04-12-2016 Regular School Board Meeting


The School Board of Brevard County, Florida met in regular session on Tuesday, April 12, 2016, at the Educational Services Facility, 2700 Judge Fran Jamieson Way, Viera, Florida. Notice of the meeting was advertised in the Eagle newspaper on Thursday, March 31, 2016. The affidavit of publication with a copy of the ad attached is filed in the Affidavit File in the Board Office.

A. Call to Order
1. Call to Order

Minutes: Chairman Andy Ziegler called the meeting to order at: 5:30 p.m.

A. Roll Call
2. Roll Call

Minutes: Members Present: John Craig, Misty Belford, Amy Kneessy, Karen Henderson and Andy Ziegler

A. Invocation (Kyle Leve, 11th Grade, Viera High)
3. Invocation

Minutes: 

Kyle Leve, 11th grade student from Viera High School, read the invocation.


A. Pledge of Allegiance (Alex Reed, 11th Grade, Viera High)
4. Pledge of Allegiance

Minutes: Alex Reed, 11th grade student from Viera High, led the Pledge of Allegiance.

A. Entertainment (7th Hour Jazz Ensemble, Viera High)
5. Entertainment

Minutes: 

Prior to the Board meeting, the 7th Hour Jazz Band Ensemble from Viera High School and under the direction of band director, Nick Eggen, provided entertainment.  After the meeting began, the group played one more number.

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Chairman Ziegler called for a break at 5:45 p.m. to allow time for the students to gather their belongings.

The meeting was reconvened at 5:51 p.m.
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A. Emergency Item
A. Adoption of Agenda
6. Adoption of Agenda
Attachment: 2016-0412 Supplemental.pdf
Minutes: Item B-10, Annual K-12 School Board Art Show Awards,  was moved to be the first recognition on the agenda to accomodate the younger students.

Motions:
Adopt the April 12, 2016 School Board meeting agenda and its revisions.- PASS
 
Vote Results
Motion: Misty Haggard-belford
Second: Karen Henderson
John Craig- Aye
Misty Haggard-belford- Aye
Karen Henderson- Aye
Amy Kneessy- Aye
Andrew Ziegler- Aye


A. Administrative Staff Recommendations
7. Administrative Staff Recommendations

Minutes: 

Dr. Blackburn welcomed and introduced newly appointed administrative staff: Tom Fitzgerald, Kori Hurst, Mitzi Robinson, Victoria Hickey, Sylvia Mijuskovic and Carol Kindt.

Each was given time to address the audience and introduce family, friends and colleagues who were in attendance.



Motions:

Approve the applicable listed administrative staff recommendations:

The reclassification of Thomas E. Fitzgerald from the position of District Network Engineer/Tech Coordinator to the position of Director of Information Technology (Information System Services), on annual contract, effective March 3, 2016. Annual salary based on grade 29 of the Nonbargaining Salary Administration Program.

The reclassification/transfer of Kori L. Hurst from the position of Assistant Principal at Cambridge Elementary to the position of Principal at Riviera Elementary, on annual contract, effective July 1, 2016. Annual salary based on grade 26 of the Nonbargaining Salary Administration Program.

 

The reclassification/transfer of Mitzi L. Robinson from the position of Assistant Principal at Fairglen Elementary to the position of Principal at Pinewood Elementary, on annual contract, effective June 1, 2016.  Annual salary based on grade 26 of the Nonbargaining Salary Administration Program.

 

The reclassification/transfer of Victoria B. Hickey from the position of Assistant Principal at Astronaut High School to the position of Principal at Rockledge High School, on annual contract, effective June 1, 2016. Annual salary based on grade 29 of the Nonbargaining Salary Administration Program.

 

The reclassification/transfer of Sylvia Mijuskovic from the position of Assistant Principal at Viera High School to the position of Principal at Space Coast Jr./Sr. High School, on annual contract, effective July 1, 2016. Annual salary based on grade 29 of the Nonbargaining Salary Administration Program.

 

The appointment of Dr. Karyle M. Green to the position of Principal at Cocoa Beach Jr./Sr. High School, on annual contract, effective June 1, 2016. Annual salary based on grade 29 of the Nonbargaining Salary Administration Program.

 

 

- PASS
 
Vote Results
Motion: Misty Haggard-belford
Second: Amy Kneessy
John Craig- Aye
Misty Haggard-belford- Aye
Karen Henderson- Aye
Amy Kneessy- Aye
Andrew Ziegler- Aye


B. Recognition of Visitors/Guests/Staff
B. Community Relations

8. Spotlight on Education

Minutes: 

Dr. Blackburn welcomed Stephanie Soliven, principal of Cocoa High School, and two representatives from the YMCA, vice-president of operations, Dr. Brenda Fettrow and Cory Johns, executive director of middle school programs.

Dr. Soliven facilitated the presentation and also introduced Carter Jones, District Vice President of School Initiatives and Thadeus Mulner, Program Director of Middle Schools.

Dr. Soliven was extremely grateful for the assistance provided to her students through these programs.

She also expressed gratitude to Tina Woods, Cocoa High's bookkeeper and Lou Row, instructional assistant at Cocoa High who coordinate the program at the school level.

B. Brevard Schools Foundation

9. Check Presentation and Recognition of Brevard Children in Need Committee

Minutes: 

Dr. Blackburn asked for Janice Kershaw, executive director of Brevard Schools Foundation, to introduce the guests.

Ms. Kershaw introduced the members of the Brevard Children in Need Committee and outlined the profound impact this committee has had on Brevard's homeless students and students in transition. Ms. Kershaw presented members with a certificate of recognition.

The committee presented the Foundation with a check for $60,752.00.

B. Middle School Programs/K-12

10. K-12 School Board Student Art Show Recognition

Minutes: 

Dr. Blackburn invited Ms. Barbara Rodrigues, director of Middle School Programs to make the introductions. 

Ms. Rodrigues explained that the School Board Art Show is an annual K-12 event.  Every school is invited to participate and student artwork is submitted by art teachers and judged by selected artists, art educators and supporters of the arts in the Brevard community. She introduced Ms. Bridget Geiger, K-12 Visual Arts resource teacher and School Board Art Show coordinator.

Ms. Geiger introduced the winning student artists.

B. Career & Technical Education

11. Check Presentation and Recognition of the Florida Restaurant & Lodging Association

Minutes: 

Dr. Blackburn introduced Ms. Jennifer McKee, Career and Technical Education resource teacher, who facilitated the presentation.

Matt Kent, president of the Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association's Space Coast Chapter presented a check for $8,000.00 which will be donated to the BPS ProStart Culinary programs at Bayside, Cocoa, Melbourne, Palm Bay, and Titusville high schools.

B. Students at Risk

12. Recognition of Eckerd Kids contributions to Brevard Public Schools

Minutes: 

Dr. Blackburn told the Board and viewing audience that this recognition was for ECKERD Kids for its expansion of the support they have given to our students at risk.  He introduced Stanley Brizz, director of Community Services for ECKERD kids and Dr. Sally Shinn, BPS resource teacher and students in transition liaison.

Dr. Shinn shared information on the programs and support initiatives spearheaded with little cost to the District by ECKERD kids over the years.

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Chairman Ziegler called for a brief recess at 7:47 p.m.

The meeting was reconvened at 7:56 p.m.
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C. Resolutions/Proclamations
D. Presentations
E. Public Comment
13. Public Comment

Minutes: 

Chairman Ziegler reminded the speakers that the maximum allotted time for each speaker is three minutes. Clarification of information presented and answers to questions specific to district business and educational matters will be posted on the School Board's website under the section called "4 The Record."

He asked that comments be related to public education and the business of the Brevard County School Board.  He also asked that speakers refrain from making slanderous statements or personal attacks on others.

He further explained that the Board would be hearing 10 speakers during the public comment section of the meeting.  He explained that the Board would be listening first to the speakers who wanted to address items of business on the April 12, agenda.

Speakers in order of appearance:

  1. Richard Charboneau - F-30
  2. Vanessa Skipper - Invest in People
  3. Dan Bennett - Labor Relations
  4. Vida Penikas - Item H-54
  5. Denise Gore - LGBT
  6. Reverand Brian Devlin - LGBT 
  7. Michael Bloom - Child Welfare System
  8. John Frannea - LGBTQ
  9. Micaela McPherson -LGBTQ
  10. Scott Wall DeSousa - NDN

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The rest of the speakers were heard at the conclusion of School Board business.
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  1. Rowen Craig - LGBT
  2. Frank Campana - LGBT
  3. Angela Berden - LGBT
  4. Amanda Lancaster - LGBT
  5. Alan Alspaugh - LGBT
  6. Lee Naell - LGBT

 


 

 

 


F. Consent
F. Board Office/Superintendent

14. Approval of Minutes
Attachment: 2016-0315 Draft Regular SB meeting.pdf
15. Student Expulsions
Attachment: 2016-0412 Expulsions.pdf (Confidential Item)
F. Accounting Services

16. Warrants for the Month of February 2016
Attachment: Warrant List - February 2016.pdf
F. Purchasing & Warehouse

17. Property Disposal
Attachment: Board Report 04-12-16.pdf
Attachment: Board Report Letters 04-12-16.pdf
F. Human Resources

18. Support Staff Recommendations
Attachment: Support Staff 04-12-16.pdf
19. Instructional Staff Recommendations
Attachment: Instructional Staff 04-12-16.pdf
20. BCBA & School Psychologist Calendar Modification
Attachment: BCBA - markup.pdf
Attachment: BCBA.pdf
F. Employee Benefits and Risk Management

21. Contractual services for the district’s flexible spending account (FSA), COBRA billing services, and retiree health insurance billing/open enrollment provider.
Attachment: 2017 01 FSA-COBRA-RETIREE Billing MKT Brevard Marketing Analysis 2 2 16.pdf
22. Renewal of the 2016-17 Property, Boiler/Machinery, Terrorism/Sabotage Insurance Policies
Attachment: 2016-17 Property Boiler Machinery Terrorism Insurance Proposal - A J Gallagher and Co - 3-15-2016.pdf
F. School Choice

23. Approval of Educational Horizon's Renewal Contract
Attachment: EDUCATIONAL HORIZONS - FINAL 2016-2031.pdf
24. Recommend the Approval of Legacy Academy Charter
Attachment: LEGACY Contract.pdf
F. Title I/Early Childhood Education/Head Start

25. Head Start Governing Board and Policy Council Report for the month of February 2016
Attachment: GB and PC Monthly Report Feb 2016.pdf
F. Middle School Programs/K-12

26. International Future Problem Solving Competition Field Trip to Michigan State University
F. Secondary Programs

27. Odyssey of the Mind 2016 World Finals
F. Central Area Superintendent

28. Contract/Field Trip - Cocoa High Football Game vs Bishop Gorman High in Nevada
Attachment: CHS_Contract_Bishop Gorman Football 2016.pdf
29. Field Trip - Viera High - International Career Development Conference and DECA Competition - Nashville, TN
Attachment: VHS_2016_icdc_program.pdf
Attachment: Viera HS DECA ICDC 2016.pdf
F. Project Management

30. Design Build Services for Fairglen Elementary School, Kennedy Middle School and Saturn Elementary School - RFP #P-16-070-DR - Permission to Negotiate - SALES SURTAX
31. Award of Bid - Astronaut High School Building 3 Canopy Replacement
Attachment: Astronaut canopy attachments updated 03 27 2016.pdf
32. Andersen Elementary School - AHU Replacement Buildings 2, 3 and 5 - Close-Out
Attachment: OEF 209 Anderson.pdf
33. Award of Bid - Dr. W. J. Creel Elementary School - Cooling Tower Replacement - SALES SURTAX
Attachment: Creel cooling tower attachments.pdf
34. Coquina Elementary School - Facility Renewal Design Services - SALES SURTAX
Attachment: Coquina attachments.pdf
35. Reappoint School Board Representative to Indialantic's Local Planning Agency
36. Melbourne High School - Design Build Contract and Preconstruction Services RFP #16-P-059-DR - SALES SURTAX
Attachment: Melbourne design build contract and preconstruction services.pdf
37. Cape View Elementary School Design Build Services Guaranteed Maximum Price - SALES SURTAX
Attachment: Cape View GMP revised attachment 04 08 2016.pdf
38. DeLaura Middle School - Facilty Renewal/School Security - Design Build Services - SALES SURTAX
Attachment: DeLaura attachments March 2016.pdf
39. Discovery Elementary School - Design Build Services RFP #16-P-021-DR - SALES SURTAX
Attachment: Discovery GMP attachments.pdf
40. Theodore Roosevelt Elementary School - Design Build Services RFP #16-P-021-DR - SALES SURTAX
Attachment: Roosevelt GMP attachments.pdf
41. Endeavour Elementary School - Mechanical System Renewal Construction Manager Services - SALES SURTAX
Attachment: Endeavour attachments.pdf
42. Roy Allen Elementary School - Mechanical System Renewal Construction Manager Services - SALES SURTAX
Attachment: Roy Allen GMP Attachments.pdf
43. Oak Park Elementary Plumbing and Electrical Renewal - Construction Management Services - SALES SURTAX
Attachment: Oak Park attachments.pdf
44. Architectural and Engineering Services for Southwest Middle School - SALES SURTAX
Attachment: Southwest DCP attachments.pdf
45. District School Security Sales Surtax Project Prioritization
Attachment: ICOC Agenda Memo Regarding District School Security Sequencing December 2015.pdf
F. Approval of Consent

46. Approval of Consent


Motions:
Approve the April 12, 2016 Consent Agenda with the exception of those items pulled for discussion.- PASS
 
Vote Results
Motion: Misty Haggard-belford
Second: Amy Kneessy
John Craig- Aye
Misty Haggard-belford- Aye
Karen Henderson- Aye
Amy Kneessy- Aye
Andrew Ziegler- Aye


Items Pulled for Discussion
G. Action
G. Purchasing & Warehouse

47. Purchasing Solicitations
Attachment: a - ITB 16-B-082-OC - Athletic Equipment Reconditioning.pdf
Attachment: b - PB 16-PB-086-LU - Lawson Products TCPN.pdf
Attachment: c - RFP 16-P-055-WH - Tech Partnership.pdf
Attachment: d -RFP 16-P-054-WH - 3rd Party Tutoring.pdf

Motions:

Award the Invitations to Bid (ITBs) listed below:

a - ITB 16-B-082-OC - Athletic Protective Equipment Reconditioning - Eau Gallie High - $150,000.00

Approve the Piggyback (PB) listed below:

b - PB #16-PB-086-LU - Lawson Products TCPN - Facilities Services - $50,000.00

Approve the Request for Proposal (RFP) Amendment listed below:

c - RFP 16-P-055-WH - Technology Partnership - Educational Technology - $40,000,000.00

d - RFP 16-P-054-WH - 3rd Party Tutoring Services, Title I - Early Childhood & Title I - $1,500,000.00

- PASS
 
Vote Results
Motion: Misty Haggard-belford
Second: John Craig
John Craig- Aye
Misty Haggard-belford- Aye
Karen Henderson- Aye
Amy Kneessy- Aye
Andrew Ziegler- Aye

48. Department/School Initiated Agreements
Attachment: a - SSA 16-602-DP - APB - Lucas Boyce - Prof Learning.pdf
Attachment: b - SSA 16-581-DP - Paula Kluth - Access Project.pdf
Attachment: c - SSA-16-636-CW-DOH-Comprehensive Health Services.pdf

Motions:

Approve the Sales and Services Agreements (SSAs) listed below:

a - SSA #16-602-DP - APB Lucas Boyce - Professional Learning & Development - $7,000.00 (This training will be funded from the program of Harris Administrative In-Service Day and allocated through the Brevard Schools Foundation.)

b - SSA #16-581-DP - Paula Kluth - Access Project - Charter & Choice Schooling - $5,500.00

c - SSA #16-636-CW-DOH - Comprehensive Health Services $3,073,938.00

 

- PASS
 
Vote Results
Motion: Karen Henderson
Second: Misty Haggard-belford
John Craig- Aye
Misty Haggard-belford- Aye
Karen Henderson- Aye
Amy Kneessy- Aye
Andrew Ziegler- Aye

G. Project Management

49. Sales Surtax Policy Recommendation (Policy 6350.03)
Attachment: sales surtax policy 6350.03 attachments 04 12 2016.pdf
Minutes: 

Mrs. Kneessy questioned a section on the second page of the attachment, number 5   where it says: "Following approval, the Finance Department provides accounting support to implement the temporary transfer and the replenishment of funds."  She wanted to know if it should be more clear that the approval is that of the Board.

There was discussion among the Board members and it was determined that no change was needed.



Motions:

Approve Policy 6350.03 - Temporary Transfer of Sales Surtax Between Groups and authorize the Superintendent to advertise for public hearing.

- PASS
 
Vote Results
Motion: Misty Haggard-belford
Second: Karen Henderson
John Craig- Aye
Misty Haggard-belford- Aye
Karen Henderson- Aye
Amy Kneessy- Aye
Andrew Ziegler- Aye


H. Information
H. Human Resources

50. Job Descriptions - Facilities Services
Attachment: ElecTechII.pdf
Attachment: Floor Covering I.pdf
Attachment: Painter I.pdf
Attachment: Roofer I.pdf
Attachment: ElecTechI.pdf
Attachment: Floor Covering II.pdf
Attachment: Painter II.pdf
Attachment: Roofer II.pdf
Attachment: Electrician I.pdf
Attachment: Equipment Op I.pdf
Attachment: Mason II.pdf
Attachment: Plumber IV.pdf
Attachment: Carpenter III.pdf
Attachment: Floor Covering III.pdf
Attachment: Painter III.pdf
Attachment: Roofer III.pdf
Attachment: Carpenter II.pdf
Attachment: Gas Repair I.pdf
Attachment: Plumber I.pdf
Attachment: Specialist_EnvironSafety.pdf
Attachment: Electrican III.pdf
Attachment: Plumber II.pdf
Attachment: HVAC Mech II.pdf
Attachment: HVAC Mech I.pdf
Attachment: Gas Repair III.pdf
Attachment: Carpenter I.pdf
Attachment: Locksmith III.pdf
Attachment: Electrican IV.pdf
Attachment: Gas Repair II.pdf
Attachment: Locksmith II.pdf
Attachment: Electrican II.pdf
Attachment: Mason I.pdf
Attachment: Plumber III.pdf
Attachment: ElecTechIII.pdf
Attachment: Facilities Tech.pdf
Attachment: Mason III.pdf
Attachment: Power Tool Mechanic.pdf
Attachment: HVAC Mech IV.pdf
Attachment: HVAC Mech III.pdf
Attachment: Locksmith I.pdf
Attachment: Equipment Op II.pdf
51. Personnel Allocations 2016-2017
Attachment: Personnel Allocations 2016-17.pdf
H. Office of Professional Learning and Development

52. 2015-2016 Instructional, School Administrator and District Instructional Leadership Evaluation System Revisions
Attachment: ADMIN EVAL FINAL - ILPAS for 2015-16.pdf
Attachment: Brevard__DISTRICT LEADERSHIP_FINAL_15-16.pdf
Attachment: ADMIN EVAL FINAL - ILPAS for 2015-16 tracked.pdf
Attachment: Brevard__DISTRICT LEADERSHIP_FINAL_15-16-tracked.pdf
Attachment: INSTRUCTIONAL EVAL FINAL - IPPAS for 2015-16.pdf
Attachment: INSTRUCTIONAL EVAL FINAL - IPPAS for 2015-16-tracked.pdf
H. Career & Technical Education

53. 2016-2017 Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Improvement Act Grant Application
Attachment: 2016-2017 Perkins EAgenda Item Summary March 2016.pdf
54. Revision to Board Policy 2421
Attachment: Current board policy CTE 2421.pdf
Attachment: Current board policy CTE 2421-track changes feb 2016.pdf
Attachment: Board Policy CTE updated february 2016.pdf
Attachment: Form_B_NEOLA_Policy_Change_March 2016 change to 2421 CTE board policy.pdf
H. Exceptional Student Education

55. Approve the new Exceptional Student Education (ESE) Policies and Procedures (SP&P ) Effective 2015-2016 School Year
Attachment: SPP 2015-2016 Final 031416.pdf
Attachment: SIGNATURE PAGE-2015-16 (fillable).pdf
H. Facilities Services

56. Lease and Joint Use Agreement with Brevard County for Library at Pinewood ES
Attachment: Pinewood Lease and Joint Use Agreement.pdf
H. Project Management

57. Student Accommodation Plan Portable Relocation - Design Build Services
Attachment: portable relocation 2016 gmp.pdf
58. 2016-2017 Student Accommodation Plan
Attachment: Draft 2016-17 Student Accommodation Plan.pdf
H. District Security

59. 2016-2017 School Resource Officer Agreements
Attachment: 2016-2017 SRO Breakdown w-srtings 3.11.16 hc.pdf
Attachment: 2016-2017 SRO Contract (BCSO) (2016-03-10)).pdf
Attachment: 2016-2017 SRO Contract (CBPD) (2016-03-10).pdf
Attachment: 2016-2017 SRO Contract (CPD) (2016-03-10).pdf
Attachment: 2016-2017 SRO Contract (MPD) (2016-03-11).pdf
Attachment: 2016-2017 SRO Contract (PBPD) (2016-03-10).pdf
Attachment: 2016-2017 SRO Contract (SBPD) (2016-03-10).pdf
Attachment: 2016-2017 SRO Contract (TPD) (2016-03-10).pdf
Attachment: 2016-2017 SRO Contract (WMPD) (2016-03-11).pdf

I. Staff Reports
J. Additional Public Presentations (If Required)
K. Board Member Reports/Discussion Points
60. Discussion Point on Strategic Plan Objectives - Karen Henderson

Minutes: 

Mrs. Henderson said that even though the strategic plan objectives had been sent to each Board member and each member had been asked for input, she felt there would be value to sit down as a group.

She asked for a timeline of how they would be moving forward and wants it to have public discussion.

There was some discussion among the Board members.  Dr. Blackburn said that the May 10, 2016 Board workshop is just the kick-off.  He continued that he hoped he had communicated the importance of the Board in the strategic planning process.

It was agreed that this is the beginning of the process instead of the end.

61. Discussion Point on Organizational Chart - Karen Henderson

Minutes: 

Mrs. Henderson wanted to discussion the reorganization of employees.  She asked for the timeline, and thought that employees should have already had a roll out plan of what it would look like.  She further commented that it hasn't ever been brought to the Board for discussion and there is angst among employees because they are unsure about their jobs.

Dr. Blackburn said that he has reiterated to staff that there will be no negative affect on their positions due to the reorganization. He said that he plans to bring the organizational chart to the Board for information on April 26, and then for consent on May 10.

Mrs. Henderson asked for Dr. Blackburn between now and April 26,  to provide the Board information on the Budget to show how this reorganziation will be cost nuetral.

62. Discussion Point on "Opt Out" - Karen Henderson

Minutes: 

Mrs. Henderson asked for Neyda Francis, assistant director of Accountability, Testing and Evaluation to come to the podium.  Mrs. Henderson said that she had already recieved a few calls from parents asking about opting out of the Algebra I EOC and she wanted to make sure they were aware that this was part of their grade.   She also wanted Ms. Francis to provide and update of where we are in the opt out process and inform the Board if there had been any issues.

Mrs. Francis began by saying that they were collecting data this year to to see how many students that opted out of writing.  They had 85 students.  

Ms. Francis described the impact this had on schools.

Mrs. Belford, said her concern is that she doesn't want parents to feel pressured for their children to take the tests. She asked that Dr. Blackburn have that dialogue with schools.

63. Board Member Reports

Minutes: There were no Board member reports.

L. Superintendent's Report
64. Discussion Item-Melbourne High School Reverter-Dr. Blackburn

Minutes: 

Dr. Blackburn began by saying that on March 22, Mr. Bistline informed them that they were going to be the recipient of approximately $400,000.00 which Mr. Bistline confirmed.

Dr. Blackburn continued that they had reviewed the transcripts and the Board's intent of how to utilize those monies could be done one of four ways:

  1. Place in operating budget without restrictions
  2. Place in capital budget without restrictions
  3. Place in capital or general specifically for the arts.
  4. Place with the Foundation specifically for the arts.

There was discussion and questions from the Board about their options.

Dr. Blackburn confirmed the Board's directions:

  • Use the dollars specifically for the arts.
  • Speak with staff, resource teachers in music and arts and schools, to find out what has been eliminated over the past recent years in the arts and bring back recommendations and advise the Board how the District can allocate the monies from the reverter to the arts.
  • Investigate the possibility of going with an endowment to benefit a district-wide summer fine arts program or something similar.
  • If an endowment was created, find out what the monies generated could be used for.
65. Superintendent's Report

Minutes: There was no Superintendent report.

M. Adjournment
66. Adjournment

Minutes: Chairman Ziegler adjourned the meeting at 9:29 p.m.

For further details pertaining to this meeting, please refer to the published video on the School Board of Brevard County's website (www.brevardschools.org).








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