Public Meeting Agenda: February 5, 2018 at 6:30 PM - Board of Education Regular Meeting

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February 5, 2018 at 6:30 PM - Board of Education Regular Meeting Agenda

February 5, 2018 at 6:30 PM - Board of Education Regular Meeting
1. Invocation and Flag Salute
1.A. Invocation- Father Rex Arnold with St. John Nepomuk
Speaker(s):  Mrs. Suzanne Cannon
1.B. Flag Salute
Speaker(s):  Mrs. Suzanne Cannon
2. Call to Order and Roll Call
2.A. Call to Order and Roll Call
Speaker(s):  Mrs. Suzanne Cannon
Rationale: 

Board Members attending this meeting included:

Suzanne Cannon, President; Rex Van Meter, Vice-President; Leonard Wells, Clerk; Jeff Behymer, Deputy Clerk; and Karen Youngblood, Member

Others attending this meeting included: Dr. Jason Simeroth, Superintendent, Dr. Sheli McAdoo- Assistant Superintendent, Dr. Jason Brunk- Assistant Superintendent, Jim Fenrick- Chief Financial Officer, and Deanne Rowe- Administrative Assistant/Board Minute Clerk. Members of the public and Members of the press.

3. Reports/ Comments from Superintendent and/or Staff
Speaker(s):  Dr. Jason Simeroth
3.A. Presentation: Lakeview Elementary School Honor Choir- Connie Baker
Speaker(s):  Ms. Connie Baker
3.B. Beginning of a 30-day public comment and review of the proposed policy EFBCC: Web Pages with the intent of a second reading and board action during the March 5, 2018, Regular Board Meeting.
Rationale: 

The Policy EFBCC: Web Pages will be available on the website for comments, feedback and discussion until the next regular board meeting:  March 5, 2018.

https://sites.google.com/a/yukonps.com/policy/?scrlybrkr=be380316#

4. Board Member Communications and Announcements
4.A. Individual Board Member Comments
Rationale: 

 

4.B. Upcoming Meetings/ Events:
Rationale: 

February:

  • Feb.13- OSSBA: Legal Team Workshop- Warnings! Employees-What Must They be Told and When, OSSBA- Conference Center- OKC
  • Feb. 20- OSSBA: Legislative Advocacy for Education Leaders, OSSBA- Conference Center- OKC
  • Feb. 27 - OSSBA: Region 10 Meeting, Redlands Community College, El Reno, 5:30 - 8:30
  • Feb. 28-Mar. 3- Yukon High School Musical Program

March:

  • Mar. 5- School Board Meeting: -  YPS- Admin, Board Rm, 600 Maple, Yukon, OK @ 6:30 p.m.
  • Mar. 6- OSSBA: Legal Team Workshop - Employee Drug Testing, OSSBA- Conference Center- OKC
  • Mar. 13- OSSBA: Day at the Capitol, OSSBA- Conference Center- OKC
  • Mar. 29 - Teacher of the Year Event, Events at 10 West Main, Yukon, OK 6:00 - 7:30 p.m.
5. Communications
5.A. Communications- Request from Patrons to Address the Board- Pursuant to Board Policy AF. Comments can be made only by District Patrons, concerning items listed on the Agenda.
Speaker(s):  Mrs. Suzanne Cannon
6. Business Item: Finance Consent Docket-All of the finance consent items will be discussed, considered and approved or disapproved by one vote unless the board member desires to have a separate vote on any or all of the consent items.
Speaker(s):  Mrs. Suzanne Cannon
Rationale:  Approve as listed.
6.A. Encumbrances and Change Orders as recommended by Dr. Jason Simeroth, Superintendent, and Jim Fenrick, Chief Financial Officer
Attachments:
6.B. Treasurer's Report(s) and General Fund Report(s)
6.C. Child Nutrition Report
Attachments:
7. Business Items Consent Docket: All of the consent items will be discussed, considered and approved or disapproved by one vote unless the board member desires to have a separate vote on any or all of the consent items.
Speaker(s):  Mrs. Suzanne Cannon
7.A. Approval of the Out of State Travel Request from Darryl Andrews, teacher and Student Council sponsor at Yukon High School to travel to Reno, NV to attend the CADA State Convention on February 27 - March 3, 2018.
Rationale: 

Cost Analysis: School to provide substitute for 2 days from prof. dev. and 1 day from activity funds.

Recommendation: approve/accept

7.B. Approval of the Out of State Travel request from Darryl Andrews teacher and Student Council sponsor at Yukon High Schooland 2 students to travel to Plymouth, MN, to attend the Nat'l Assoc. of Student Councils' National Convention June 21 - June 28, 2018.
Rationale: 

Cost Analysis:  Parents to pay $2,500.00 OASC all-inclusive package price.

Recommendation:  Approve/accept

 

7.C. Approval of the Out of State Travel request from Wendy Green, Myers Elementary music teacher to attend the Texas Music Educator's Convention in San Antonio, TX, on February 14-17, 2018.
Rationale: 

Cost Analysis: District will pay for a substitute for 3 days.

Recommendation:  Approve/accept

7.D. Approval of the Out of State Travel request from Erik Jackson, Newspaper and Year Book teacher at Yukon High School and 7 students to attend the National Journalism Conference in San Francisco, CA, April 11-15, 2018.
Rationale: 

Cost Analysis:  The Journalism Activity Account will pay approximately $4,500.00 for this trip.

Recommendation:  Approve/accept

 

7.E. Approval of the Out of State Travel Request from Ms. Rebecca Reape, Pom Sponsor at YHS, 15 students and 21 parents/guardians to Walt Disney World in Orlando FL, to compete in the National Dance Team Championship February 1-5, 2018.
Rationale: 

Cost Analysis: Pom Activity Fund will pay $4351.00 and Boosters will pay $6,200.00.

Recommendation:  Approve/accept

 

7.F. Approval of the Out of State Travel Request for Jason McDaniel, YPS Executive Director ofTechnology, to travel to Chicago, IL, on June 23-28, 2018, to attend the International Society for Technology in Education Conference & Expo
Rationale: 

Cost analysis:  Registration - waived, Air - $400, Hotel - $1,500

 

Goals:
  • PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT- We will create and implement professional development that is relevant and applicable to meet the needs of all educators.
7.G. Approval of the Out of State Travel Request for Jayna Cox, YHS DECA Sponsor, to travel with students to Atlanta, GA, April 21-25, 2018, to attend the Annual International DECA competition and conference.
Rationale:  Cost Analysis:  $140 - from project 412 for 2 substitute days.  Parents of students who qualify to attend will have an approximate expense of $800-$900.  If no students qualify in February, this trip will not be taken.
Goals:
  • CURRICULUM- We will establish a research-based curriculum to implement a viable, relevant, meaningful learning experience for all students.
  • PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT- We will create and implement professional development that is relevant and applicable to meet the needs of all educators.
7.H. Approval of the Out of State Travel Request from William Walker, Yukon Athletic Trainer to travel to Omaha, NE, to attend the Mid'America Athletic Trainers' Association Annual Meeting and Symposium March 15-17, 2018.
Rationale:  Cost Analysis: cost is split between donation from a physician, Career Tech Project 412, and Athletic Trainers' passthrough account.
Goals:
  • INSTRUCTION- We provide meaningful learning with high expectations for all.
  • PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT- We will create and implement professional development that is relevant and applicable to meet the needs of all educators.
7.I. Approval of the Out of State Travel Request from Amanda Oneth, Instructional Technology Coach, to travel to Chicago, IL to attend the International Society for Technology in Education Conference & Expo, on June 23-28, 2018.
Rationale:  Cost Analysis: Registration is waived, Air $400, Hotel $1,500 to be covered by district funds.
Goals:
  • INSTRUCTION- We provide meaningful learning with high expectations for all.
  • PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT- We will create and implement professional development that is relevant and applicable to meet the needs of all educators.
7.J. Approval of the Out of State Travel Request from Angela Bilyeu, District Testing Coordinator, to travel to Dallas, TX, to attend the College Board Southwestern Regional Forum , on February 14-16, 2018.
Rationale:  Cost Analysis:  Registration fee $275.00 to be paid by district.
Goals:
  • INSTRUCTION- We provide meaningful learning with high expectations for all.
  • PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT- We will create and implement professional development that is relevant and applicable to meet the needs of all educators.
7.K. Approval of Out of State Travel Request for Michael Foster, YHS Athletic Trainer, to Omaha, NE, March 15-17, 2018, to attend District 5 Athletic Training Conference.
Rationale:  Cost Analysis: cost is split between donation from a physician, Career Tech Project 412, and Athletic Trainers' pass through account.
Goals:
  • PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT- We will create and implement professional development that is relevant and applicable to meet the needs of all educators.
7.L. Approval of Out of State Travel Request for Emilie Shannon, Athletic Trainer for YHS, to Omaha, NE, March 15-17, 2018, to attend the District 5 Athletic Training conference.
Goals:
  • CURRICULUM- We will establish a research-based curriculum to implement a viable, relevant, meaningful learning experience for all students.
  • PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT- We will create and implement professional development that is relevant and applicable to meet the needs of all educators.
7.M. Approval of Yukon Fine Arts Center Rental Contract from Jehova's Witnesses Circuit #7 for April 19-21, 2018.
Rationale: 

Recommendation:  Approve/accept

 

7.N. Approval of Yukon Fine Arts Center Rental Contract from Studio 5678 for June 1 & 2, 2018.
Goals:
  • FACILITIES- Provide efficient, cost effective facilities that address the learning needs of our students and enhance instruction.
7.O. Approval to declare as surplus, the Curriculum and IT items for Yukon Middle School as listed on the attached Exhibit B.
Attachments:
Goals:
  • COMMUNICATION- We will develop a communication plan that provides transparent, accurate, and timely information to meet the needs of our District stakeholders, including employees, parents, students and community members.
  • CURRICULUM- We will establish a research-based curriculum to implement a viable, relevant, meaningful learning experience for all students.
7.P. Approval to declare as surplus, the Curriculum and IT items for Surrey Hills Elementary School as listed on the attached Exhibit C.
Attachments:
Goals:
  • COMMUNICATION- We will develop a communication plan that provides transparent, accurate, and timely information to meet the needs of our District stakeholders, including employees, parents, students and community members.
  • CURRICULUM- We will establish a research-based curriculum to implement a viable, relevant, meaningful learning experience for all students.
7.Q. Approval to declare as surplus, the Curriculum and IT items for Skyview Elementary School as listed on the attached Exhibit D.
Attachments:
Goals:
  • COMMUNICATION- We will develop a communication plan that provides transparent, accurate, and timely information to meet the needs of our District stakeholders, including employees, parents, students and community members.
  • CURRICULUM- We will establish a research-based curriculum to implement a viable, relevant, meaningful learning experience for all students.
7.R. Approval to declare as surplus, the Curriculum items for Shedeck Elementary School as listed on the attached Exhibit E.
Attachments:
Goals:
  • COMMUNICATION- We will develop a communication plan that provides transparent, accurate, and timely information to meet the needs of our District stakeholders, including employees, parents, students and community members.
  • CURRICULUM- We will establish a research-based curriculum to implement a viable, relevant, meaningful learning experience for all students.
7.S. Approval to declare as surplus, the Curriculum and IT items for Ranchwood Elementary School as listed on the attached Exhibit F.
Attachments:
Goals:
  • COMMUNICATION- We will develop a communication plan that provides transparent, accurate, and timely information to meet the needs of our District stakeholders, including employees, parents, students and community members.
  • CURRICULUM- We will establish a research-based curriculum to implement a viable, relevant, meaningful learning experience for all students.
7.T. Approval to declare as surplus, the Curriculum and IT items for Myers Elementary School as listed on the attached Exhibit G.
Attachments:
Goals:
  • COMMUNICATION- We will develop a communication plan that provides transparent, accurate, and timely information to meet the needs of our District stakeholders, including employees, parents, students and community members.
  • CURRICULUM- We will establish a research-based curriculum to implement a viable, relevant, meaningful learning experience for all students.
7.U. Approval to declare as surplus, the Curriculum and IT items for Lakeview Elementary School as listed on the attached Exhibit H.
Attachments:
Goals:
  • COMMUNICATION- We will develop a communication plan that provides transparent, accurate, and timely information to meet the needs of our District stakeholders, including employees, parents, students and community members.
  • CURRICULUM- We will establish a research-based curriculum to implement a viable, relevant, meaningful learning experience for all students.
7.V. Approval to declare as surplus, the Curriculum items for Independence Elementary School as listed on the attached Exhibit I.
Attachments:
Goals:
  • COMMUNICATION- We will develop a communication plan that provides transparent, accurate, and timely information to meet the needs of our District stakeholders, including employees, parents, students and community members.
  • CURRICULUM- We will establish a research-based curriculum to implement a viable, relevant, meaningful learning experience for all students.
7.W. Approval to declare as surplus the Curriculum and IT items for YALE as listed on the attached Exhibit J.
Attachments:
8. Business Items Consent Docket: All of the consent items will be discussed, considered and approved or disapproved by one vote unless the board member desires to have a separate vote on any or all of the consent items.
Speaker(s):  Mrs. Suzanne Cannon
8.A. Minutes from Regular and Special Board Meetings, January 8, 2018, which may be approved as presented or approved following modifications.
8.B. Approval of the proposed policy CO: Child Nutrition and Physical Fitness Program ; after the agreed thirty (30) day revision period. The first readinfg for the policy was during the Regular Board Meeting of January 8, 2018. No proposed changes or feedback were received. No further recommendations/additional changes at this time.
Rationale: 

The policy CO:  Child Nutrition and Physical Fitness Program has been available on the website for comments, feedback and discussion since the January 8, 2018, board meeting:  https://sites.google.com/a/yukonps.com/policy/?scrlybrkr=be380316#

Final Policy

The first presentation for Board Policy CO was January 8, 2018.  No additional changes or feedback have been recommended.

 
Goals:
  • COMMUNICATION- We will develop a communication plan that provides transparent, accurate, and timely information to meet the needs of our District stakeholders, including employees, parents, students and community members.
  • INSTRUCTION- We provide meaningful learning with high expectations for all.
9. Business Item: Separate vote
9.A. Discussion and vote to approve, or not approve, the Enterprise FM Trust Vehicle leasing agreement.
Rationale:  Cost Analysis:  $70,000.00 for 4 Expeditions and 1 full sized van on a 4 year lease as well as 2 F250 trucks on a 3 year lease from the 2007 Bond Issue.
10. Business Item: Separate Vote
10.A. Discussion and vote to approve, or not approve, the purchase of 10 new route buses and one activity bus.
Rationale:  Cost Analysis:  $870,000.00 to purchase 10 route buses and 1 activity bus.
11. Business Item: Separate Vote
11.A. Discussion and vote to approve, or not approve, the Lawn Mowing Contract with Red Earth for the 2018 growing season.
Rationale:  Cost Analysis: $102,300.00 is to be paid with District Funds.
Goals:
  • FACILITIES- Provide efficient, cost effective facilities that address the learning needs of our students and enhance instruction.
  • FINANCE- Our District will establish a financial plan that will inform and benefit all stakeholders.
12. New Business:
12.A. New Business-This business, in accordance with Oklahoma Statues, title 25- 311 (A)(9), is limited to any matter not known about or which could not have been reasonably foreseen prior to the time of posting this agenda.
Speaker(s):  Mrs. Suzanne Cannon
13. Personnel Docket:
Goals:
  • COMMUNICATION- We will develop a communication plan that provides transparent, accurate, and timely information to meet the needs of our District stakeholders, including employees, parents, students and community members.
  • PERSONNEL- We will recruit, retain, and compensate highly motivated educators that are committed to professional growth and excellence.
13.A. Personnel-Vote to convene or not to convene, in executive session pursuant to 25 O.S.307 (B)(1) to discuss the resignations, and employment of support and certified personnel, promotions, recommendation of change of assignment and/or transfers, as listed on the attached Exhibit A.
Attachments:
13.B. Acknowledge the Board has returned from executive session. Executive session minutes' compliance announcement.
13.C. Approval of Personnel Items as listed.
14. Adjournment
14.A. Consideration of and motion to adjourn the meeting
Speaker(s):  Mrs. Karen Youngblood
15. Public Notice/Agenda- The public Notice/Agenda was posted at 600 Maple, Yukon, OK 73099, at the front entrance of the Yukon Public Schools Administration Building/Office, ant the Yukon Public Schools website on the 31st of January, 2018 by 4:00 p.m. by Dr. Jason Simeroth, Superintendent.
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