04-10-2012 Regular School Board Meeting


MISSION: TO SERVE EVERY STUDENT WITH EXCELLENCE AS THE STANDARD

April 10, 2012

Expulsion Hearing(s)
In-the-Sunshine Expulsion Hearings begin at 2:00 p.m., if necessary. All other Expulsion Hearings are closed to the public.

Regular Meeting
Educational Services Facility
5:30 p.m.

A-1. Call to Order

1. Call to Order

A-2. Roll Call
2. Roll Call

A-3. Invocation (Dana Alward, 6th Grade, Sea Park Elementary)
3. Invocation

A-4. Pledge of Allegiance (Abigail Sams, 5th Grade, Sea Park Elementary)
4. Pledge of Allegiance

A-5. Entertainment (Sea Park Elementary Chorus)
5. Entertainment

A-6. Emergency Item
A-7. Adoption of Agenda
6. Adoption of Agenda

B. Recognition of Visitors/Guests/Staff
B. District Communications

7. Spotlight on Education
B. Middle School Programs/K-12

8. K-12 School Board Student Art Show Recognition

C. Resolutions/Proclamations
C. Elementary Programs

9. School Library Media Month
Attachment: dps-2012-29a.pdf

C. Middle School Programs/K-12

10. Child Abuse Prevention Month
Attachment: Child Abuse Month Proclamation.pdf

C. North Area Superintendent

11. Resolution - Harry T. & Harriette Moore Week
Attachment: 9721X-PRINT_7200P-IR3235-Bldg9-69_2592_001.pdf


D. Presentations
D. School Food & Nutrition

12. New Meal Pattern Overview
Attachment: Final Board Meeting - New Meal Pattern April 10 2012.pdf


E. Public Discussion
13. Public Discussion

F. Consent
F. Board Office/Superintendent

14. Audit Committee Representative
Attachment: Milucky bio 4-4-12.pdf

15. Student Expulsions
Attachment: 4.10.2012 Expulsions.pdf (Confidential Item) 


F. Accounting Services

16. Issuance of Series 2012 Revenue Anticipation Notes
Attachment: R-Note-Res (Bank Placement).pdf

F. School Food and Nutrition

17. 2012-2013 Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program Grant
Attachment: FFVP 2012-13 Application.pdf

F. Purchasing & Warehouse

18. Property Disposal
Attachment: Apr. 10 Board Run Mar. 9.pdf
Attachment: April 10, 2012 Board Letters.pdf

F. Transportation

19. Isolated Transportation 2012, T.S.
F. Human Resources

20. Support Staff Recommendations
Attachment: Support Staff 04-10-12.pdf

21. Instructional Staff Recommendations
Attachment: Instructional Staff 04-10-12.pdf

F. Middle School Programs/K-12

22. Teaching American History Grant Teachers' Curriculum Institute Workshops
Attachment: TCI contract 03.13.12.pdf

F. Career & Technical Education

23. 2012-2013 Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Improvement Act (Perkins IV) Grant Application
Attachment: 2012-13 Perkins Agenda Summary.pdf

F. South Area Superintendent

24. Heritage High School Blue Thunder/NASCAR STEM Challenge Team Trip to Kannapolis, North Carolina
Attachment: Heritage High NASCAR STEM Challenge Team to Kannapolis, NC - May 2012.pdf

25. Contracted Services Agreement between Eau Gallie High School and Tagas Event & Production Services
Attachment: Eau Gallie High Prom - DJ and Lighting 5-5-12.pdf

F. North Area Superintendent

27. Titusville High School German Club Trip to Helen, GA
Attachment: 9721X-PRINT_7200P-IR3235-Bldg9-69_2578_001.pdf

28. Request a More Restrictive Dress Code at Central Middle School
Attachment: 9721X-PRINT_7200P-IR3235-Bldg9-69_2608_001.pdf

29. Field Trip for Satellite High School AF JROTC Students to Fly Aboard USAF HC-130
30. Request a More Restrictive Dress Code at Johnson Middle School
Attachment: 9721X-PRINT_7200P-IR3235-Bldg9-69_2621_001.pdf

31. Space Coast Junior Senior High School FIRST Robotics Field Trip to St. Louis, MO
Attachment: 9721X-PRINT_7200P-IR3235-Bldg9-69_2623_001.pdf

32. Contracted Services Agreement between five (5) North Area Schools for DJ and Venue Services
Attachment: 9721X-PRINT_7200P-IR3235-Bldg9-69_2783_001.pdf

F. Facilities Services

33. 2012-13 Student Accommodation Plan
Attachment: 2012-13 Student Accommodation Plan.pdf

34. Food Services Capital Projects
F. Approval of Consent

44. Approval of Consent Agenda

Items Pulled for Discussion
F. Central Area Superintendent

26. Cocoa High School - Wounded Warrior Project Football Game

G. Action
H. Information
H. Risk Management

35. School Board Property Insurance Policy Renewal
H. Educational Leadership & Professional Development

36. School Board Policy Revision - Information
Attachment: Policy 8210.pdf
Attachment: Policy Change to Policy 8210 2012.pdf

H. Exceptional Education

37. Approve the New Exceptional Student Education (ESE) Policies and Procedures (SP&P) Effective 2011-2012 through 2012-2013
Attachment: October 2011 SP&P (Brevard).pdf

H. North Area Superintendent

38. Field Trip - Satellite High School AFJROTC to Washington, DC

I. Staff Reports
39. Staff Reports
Attachment: Board Meeting Pages 10Apr12.pdf


J. Additional Public Presentations (If Required)
40. Additional Public Presentations

K. Board Member Reports/Discussion Points
41. Board Member Reports/Discussion Points

L. Superintendent's Report
42. Superintendent's Report

M. Adjournment
43. Adjournment


INSTITUTION: ARTICLE IX - SECTION 1. Public education. - The education of children is a fundamental value of the people of the State of Florida. It is, therefore, a paramount duty of the state to make adequate provision for the education of all children residing within its borders. Adequate provision shall be made by law for a uniform, efficient, safe, secure, and high quality system of free public schools that allows students to obtain a high quality education and for the establishment, maintenance, and operation of institutions of higher learning and other public education programs that the needs of the people may require.

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