05-14-2013 Regular School Board Meeting
Agenda Item #16

Property Disposal


The attached list represents the following:

1. Surplus - represents items returned by the Principal or  Department Head to the Surplus Department for disposition.

2. Stolen or Vandalized - represents items for which an incident was reported by a school or department and a police report or incident report was obtained in Accounting Services as proof of removal.

3. Renovation, Replacement or Disaster Cleanup - represents items appropriately removed by district maintenance or a contracted vendor at a work site.  If removed by a vendor, the work site would receive an invoice from the vendor; if removed by maintenance, a worker would provide details as proof of removal.

4. Aged or Obsolete Items - represents items that are either broken, nonfunctional or provide no economic benefit or usefulness to the district. 


Authorize the retirement and removal of assets as delineated on the attached list, as prescribed in state statutes, federal guidelines, Board policy and district procedures.

Type of Property

Acquisition Cost


Book Value

1. Surplus




2. Stolen or Vandalized




3. Renovation, Replacement or Disaster Cleanup




4. Aged or Obsolete Items -




        a. Greater than 15 years




        b. 11-15 years




        c. 6-10 years                                              




        d. Less than 6 years                                             








Meeting Date(s)
Consent w/o Information - 5/14/2013

Authority for Action
Board policy #7310, Florida Statutes 274.05 and 274.06

Involves Expenditure of Funds Directly in the Classroom

Source of Funding
Agenda Item will not Require the Expenditure of Funds

Cost Center


Sandra L. Kimple, Supervisor of Warehouse Services, 633-3680

Cheryl Olson, Director of Purchasing and Warehouse, ext 645

Judy Preston, Associate Superintendent of Financial Services, ext 600

Attachment:  May 14 Board Report.pdf
Attachment:  May 14 Board Letters.pdf