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October 11, 2021 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
Attachments: (1)
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 Minutes of the following Board meeting:
II.B.1. September 13, 2021, Regular Board Meeting
Attachments: (1)
II.C. Vote to approve the following items:
II.C.1. Monthly Financial and Investment Report for month ending September 30, 2021.
II.C.1.a. Treasurer’s Report
Attachments: (1)
II.C.1.b. Encumbrances
Attachments: (1)
II.C.1.c. Warrant Register
Attachments: (1)
II.C.1.d. Lease Revenue
II.C.2. School Activity Funds
Attachments: (1)
II.C.2.a. Transfers within Bank
II.C.2.b. Addenda
II.C.2.c. New Accounts
II.C.3. Vote to approve Blanket Position Salary Reserves Report for FY 2021-2022.
Attachments: (1)
II.D. Vote to approve the following sanctioning applications from School Activity Funds for FY 2021-2022:
SITE GROUP ORGANIZATION SANC PEND
Carl Albert HS Girls Golf CAHS Ladies Golf Booster Club 10/11/2021
Carl Albert HS Swim Carl Albert Swim 10/11/2021
Del City HS Choir DCHS Choral Booster Club 10/11/2021
Del City HS Drama Del City High School Drama Booster Club 10/11/2021
Del City HS Softball DCHS Girls Softball 10/11/2021
Attachments: (1)
II.E. Vote to approve out-of-state or overnight travel requests:
1. Carl Albert High School Varsity Volleyball to compete in the OSSAA State Tournament in Verdigris, OK, on October 18-19, 2021. Expenses to be paid by Booster Club Funds, personal funds and donations.
2. Carl Albert High School Vocal Music to compete in the Music Festival in Nashville, TN, on April 6-10, 2022. Expenses to be paid by Booster Club Funds, personal funds and donations.
3. Pamela Huston, Administration, to attend AASPA Boot Camp in New Orleans, LA, on January 26-29, 2022. Expenses to be paid by Project Code 145, Human Resources.
4. Carl Albert High School Girls basketball to compete in the Arvest/Conoco Phillips Basketball Tournament in Bartlesville, OK, on January 6-8, 2022. Expenses to be paid by Sanctioned Organization Funds.
5. Carl Albert High School Girls basketball to compete in the OSSAA State Basketball Tournament in Tulsa, OK, on March 10-12, 2022. Expenses to be paid by Sanctioned Organization Funds.
6. Carl Albert High School Orchestra to compete and perform in Branson, MO, on March 11-14, 2022. Expenses to be paid by Booster Funds, personal funds and donations.
7. Rick Mendenhall, Blake McCrabb and Cindi Stearns, MDTC, to attend ACTE's CareerTech Vision 2021 Conference in New Orleans, LA, on November 30 - December 4, 2021. Expenses to be paid by MDTC Co-Op and BD&T, Project Codes 032 & 433; and MDTC General Activity and BD&T Activity, Project Codes 826 & 991.
8. Del City High School Orchestra to participate in Performance and Team Building in Branson, MO, on March 11-14, 2022. Expenses to be paid by the Del City Instrumental Music Booster, personal funds and donations.
9. Danny Moreaux, Del City High School, participated in NJROTC Instructor Training in San Diego, CA, on July 25-30, 2021. Expenses to be paid by School Allocated Funds, Project Code 775. Confirmation
Attachments: (1)
III. Recognitions:
Highland Park Elementary would like to recognize The Boeing Company for their generous support of their students and staff. - Ms. Cavner
IV. Information
IV.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. 
  4. In order for the Board to fulfill its obligation to complete the planned agenda in an effective and efficient fashion, a single public participation period of thirty (30) minutes will be permitted at each meeting. Each person who wishes to speak will be allotted five (5) minutes until the total time of 30 minutes is used. Groups consisting of three (3) or more persons shall designate a spokesperson that will be given five (5) minutes to speak for and represent the group.
IV.B. Superintendent’s Report - Dr. Cobb
IV.C. District COVID Mitigation Strategies - Mr. Bryan and Mrs. Harry
IV.D. Demographic Study Final Report - Trent Smith, Zonda Education
V. Discussion and vote to approve or not approve recommended changes to the District's Return to Learn plan. - Dr. Cobb
Attachments: (1)
VI. Discussion and possible Board action to appoint a Board member to serve as Mid-Del Foundation representative. - Mrs. Nolen
VII. Discussion and vote to approve or not approve the Mid-Del Public Schools Foundation to accept qualifying donations pursuant to the Oklahoma Equal Opportunity Education Scholarship Act (68 O.S. § 2357.206) which becomes law effective November 1, 2021. - Mrs. Barks
VIII. Vote to approve or not approve purchase of headphone adapters from Apple, Inc. The total cost of the adapters is not to exceed $31,240.90 to be paid by ARP Project Code 795. - Dr. Ehrich
Attachments: (1)
IX. Vote to approve or not approve The Distance Learning Instructional Coach Agreement between Dr. Marla Houck and Destiny Christian School for the 2021-2022 school year. The total cost is $22,000.00 to be paid by Title II, Project Code 541. - Dr. Ehrich
Attachments: (1)
X. Vote to approve or not approve the 2021-2022 Budget Amendment #1 for Fund 11 (General Fund) increase of $1,873,416 and Fund 22 (Child Nutrition Fund) increase of $46,025. Ms. Medcalf
Attachments: (1)
XI. Vote to approve or not approve the investment of our own checks or warrants, if cash flow warrants it, for fiscal year 2021-2022. - Ms. Medcalf
Attachments: (1)
XII. Vote to approve or not approve the purchase of new and upgrades to existing security cameras from Digi Security Systems for use at the Mid-Del Technology Center Business Development and Training Center. The total cost of $25,085.60 using State Contract SW-1048D to be paid from Bond Fund 34, Project Code 072. - Mr. Mendenhall
Attachments: (1)
XIII. Vote to approve or not approve the purchase of a high fidelity simulation lab and accessories from Gaumard in the amount of $18,874.00 as well as training in the amount of $2,500.00. Gaumard is the sole source vendor for this simulator. We also request to purchase a SimCabRX Nursing Cabinet with Barcode printer, Emergency Crash cart and fetal monitor, medical sets and other instructional items for a total of $45,704.23 from Pocket Nurse, a sole source vendor. The grand total is $67,078.23 to be paid by Fund 12, Project Codes 469, 032 and Building Fund 23, Project Code 032. - Mr. Mendenhall
Attachments: (1)
XIV. Vote to approve or not approve SOPA, Inc. for installation of new bleacher seats as part of the "District-wide Bleacher Improvements" project at Midwest City Middle School (Basketball gym) for a total cost of $28,724.00 to be paid by Bond 35, Lease Revenue 08. This total amount includes all necessary parts, materials, equipment, labor & freight. SOPA, Inc. is the sole source provider of the bleacher system currently installed at the site. - Mr. Conceicao
Attachments: (1)
XV. Vote to approve or not approve Techsico Enterprise Solutions for emergency procurement of a new CareHawk Controller package, including installation, to replace the critically damaged head end system at Del City High School. The total cost of the project is estimated at $20,757.00 to be paid by Fund 11, Project Code 793, ESSER II. - Mr. Conceicao
XVI. Vote to approve or not approve Camfil USA, Inc. for procurement of Merv 13 HVAC air filters for district-wide distribution and installation by the Maintenance Department in the amount of $77,887.68 to be paid by ESSER, Project Code 795. Mid-Del Bid Project #2204. - Mr. Bryan
XVII. Vote to approve or not approve to initiate a Transportation Department annual service award named in honor and recognition of Brenda Grant (1965-2020), a twenty-four-year veteran school bus driver with Mid-Del Public Schools. It is with grateful hearts and sincere appreciation that we propose to celebrate Mrs. Grant's years of faithful service with this annual service award for the Transportation Department employee who best exemplifies superior dedication and outstanding job performance in his/her duties. - Mr. Stearns
Attachments: (1)
XVIII. Vote to approve or not approve the purchase of 1,000 Apple iPads with cases to use district-wide on as needed basis. The total price of $497,419.00 is to be paid by ARP, Project Code 795. - Dr. Haselwood
Attachments: (1)
XIX. Vote to approve or not approve purchase of 1,000 iPad chargers and anywhere carts from SHI to use district-wide. The total cost of $22,190.00 is to be paid by ARP, Project Code 795. - Dr. Haselwood
Attachments: (1)
XX. Human Resources
XX.A. Vote to approve or not approve all actions recommended in the Human
Resources Reports: - Ms. Huston
  • Certified
  • Non-Certified
  • Child Nutrition
  • Transportation
Attachments: (1)
XX.B. Vote to approve or not approve deregulation of planning period for the 2021-2022 school year for Catherine Rollins, Midwest City High School Spanish teacher. - Ms. Huston
Attachments: (1)
XX.C. Vote to approve or not approve deregulation of planning period for the 2021-2022 school year for Spencer Broderick, Midwest City High School Spanish teacher. - Ms. Huston
Attachments: (1)
XX.D. Discussion and vote to revise the date, time and place for a hearing upon receipt of the recommendation for the dismissal of Kathryn Larson from employment. - Ms. Huston
XXI. 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.
XXII. Adjourn
This agenda was posted at the Board of Education Center, 7217 S.E. 15th Street, Midwest City, Oklahoma, on October 7, 2021, at 11:00 A.M., in accordance with the Open Meeting Law.

The next Regular Board Meeting is scheduled for November 8, 2021.


 

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