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July 8, 2019 at 6:00 PM - Regular Board Meeting

Agenda
I. Opening Exercises:
I.A. Call to Order and roll-call recording of members present and absent
I.B. Flag Salute
II. Consent Agenda
All of the following items, which concern reports and items of a routine nature normally approved at a board meeting, will be approved by one vote unless any board member desires to have a separate vote on any or all of these items. The consent agenda consists of the discussion, consideration, and approval of the following items:
II.A. Approval of the agenda
II.B. Vote to approve the following Minutes:
II.B.1. June 10, 2019, Regular Board meeting
II.B.2. June 26, 2019, Special Board meeting
II.C. Vote to approve the following items
II.C.1. Monthly Financial and Investment Report for month ending June 17, 2019.
II.C.1.a. Treasurer's Report
II.C.1.b. Encumbrances through June 30, 2019
II.C.1.c. Warrant Register
II.C.1.d. Lease Revenue
II.C.2. School Activity Funds
II.C.2.a. Transfers within Bank
II.C.2.b. New Account
II.C.2.c. Addendum
II.D. Vote to approve encumbrances for FY 2019-2020.
II.E. Vote to approve blanket position salary reserves report FY 2018-2019.
II.F. Vote to approve blanket position salary reserves report FY 2019-2020.
II.G. Vote to approve a renewal agreement for FY 2019-2020 between New Beginnings Learning Center operating at the Mid-Del Technology Center and Mid-Del Schools Child Nutrition Department to provide meals to daycare children who participate in the Child and Adult Care Feeding Program (CACFP). The meals provided meet CACFP meal patterns and allow New Beginnings to claim reimbursement through the federal program.
III. Information
III.A. Public Participation
Persons who address the Board during the public participation portion of the regular Board meeting must meet the following qualifications:
1.  Not, use the public participation portion of the Board meeting to make slanderous, abusive and personal statements against any individual. The President of the Board may rule any speaker out of order who makes such statements.
2.  Not, speak regarding litigation pending against the District or employees of the District.
3.  Not, speak regarding a matter that is currently the subject of an investigation being conducted by the District or its agents or attorneys, or which is the subject of an ongoing criminal investigation.
III.B. Superintendent's Report
IV. Vote to approve or not approve to accept the donation from the City of Del City of property located at 3900 S.E. 22nd St., Del City, (Epperly Heights 5th, Blk. 002, Lot 023) to Mid-Del Schools. - Dr. Cobb
V. Vote to approve or not approve Gary Watts, attorney, to represent Mid-Del Schools pro bono in seeking a declaratory ruling from the State Board of Education that the correcting payments ordered by the District Court of Oklahoma County should not be included as a part of our foundation program "chargeable income" for purposes of calculating State Aid. - Dr. Cobb
VI. Vote to approve or not approve the revision of funding for the School Resource Officer Mutual Cooperation Agreement with the City of Midwest City for FY 2019-2020 that was Board approved on May 21, 2019. The total annual cost will be $145,000.00 to have an SRO at both Midwest City and Carl Albert High Schools to be paid from General Fund 11, Project Code 047 instead of 000. - Dr. Ehrich
VII. Vote to approve or not approve the McKinney-Vento Act, 2019-2020 Transportation of Homeless Students agreement. - Mrs. Dunn
VIII. Vote to approve or not approve revision of Summer Arts and Leadership Expo salary for Kristy Cooper. - Mrs. Dunn
IX. Vote to approve or not approve purchase of Quaver's Beyond Marvelous General Music Curriculum (Grades K-5, Oklahoma Version) for 15 Mid-Del elementary sites in the amount of $23,400.00 to be paid by Bond Fund 35. Quaver Music is a sole source vendor. - Mrs. Dunn
X. Vote to approve or not approve contract with Cedar Ridge for FY 19 and FY 20. - Mrs. Dunn
XI. Vote to approve or not approve Memorandum of Understanding between Mid-Del Schools and Community Action Agency to provide Special Services for students in the Head Start Program located at Steed Elementary. - Mrs. Dunn
XII. Vote to approve or not approve revisions to the Mid-Del Technology Center Student Handbook, Policy M-1. - Mr. Mendenhall
XIII. Vote to approve or not approve a contract between Mid-Del Schools' Tinker Technology Center and Tinker Air Force Base for Vocational Training Services. Revenue generated and costs related to this agreement will be deposited to and paid from MDTC Fund 12, Project Code 776. - Mr. Mendenhall
XIV. Vote to approve or not approve GMP Amendment #24 to the construction management contract, as well as architect/engineer fees, on the following Bond Fund 35/LR08 construction project: - Mr. Bryan
Amendment #24 - "Detention Pond" project @ Carl Albert High School's Jim Harris Field
CMSWillowbrook = (GMP Amount) $194,053.35 + (Pre-Con Fees) $1,455.40 = (GT) $195,508.75
Design Architects Plus (A/E Fee) = (GT) $11,643.20
Expenditures to be paid from Bond Fund 35, Lease Revenue 08.
XV. Vote to approve or not approve Triple C Lighting to provide professional consultation services, for service beyond the scope of the original architect agreement, on the "Performing Arts Center Improvement" projects at the following sites: Carl Albert High School, Del City High School and Midwest City High School. Services are necessary to determine if the existing stage rigging at each site is sufficient to safely support new stage curtains. The cost is $7,000.00 per site, for a total cost of $21,000.00 to be paid from Bond Fund 33. - Mr. Bryan
XVI. Vote to approve or not approve a recommendation for Mid-Del Schools to use the hourly method (1080 hours) to operate during the 2019-2020 school year. This option will allow the District more flexibility should the need arise for schools to be closed. - Dr. Perez
XVII. Human Resources:
XVII.A. Vote to approve or not approve all employment actions recommended in the Human Resources Report: - Dr. Perez
  1. Certified
  2. Non-Certified
  3. Child Nutrition
  4. Transportation
Attachments: (1)
XVII.B. Vote to approve or not approve the 2019-2020 pay rates. - Dr. Perez
XVIII. New Business
Item(s) that could not have been foreseen or known about at the time the agenda was posted which need action at this Board meeting.
XIX. Adjourn
This agenda was posted at the Board of Education Center, 7217 S.E. 15 Street, Midwest City, Oklahoma, on July 2, 2019, at 11:45 A.M., in accordance with the Open Meeting Law.

The next Regular Board Meeting is scheduled for August 12, 2019.
 

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