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					                                 Regular School Board Meeting
                                   Tuesday, November, 10, 2009 10:00 AM
                                      School Administration Building
                                             School Administration Building
                                                301 Fourth Street SW
                                                  Largo, FL 33770

                                                  ~ Minutes ~
                                            http://www.pinellas.k12.fl.us/


    I.       Call to Order
          The meeting was called to order at 10:00 AM on November 10, 2009 at the School
          Administration Building, 301 Fourth Street SW, Largo, FL.
            Attendee Name         Organization                   Title           Status Arrived
            Deborah Beaty      Pinellas County        Adm. Assistant and Clerk to   Present
                               Schools                the Board
            Julie M. Janssen   Pinellas County        Superintendent                Present
            Ed.D.              Schools
            James Robinson     Pinellas County        General Counsel               Present
                               Schools
            Lansing            Pinellas County        Chief Business Officer        Present
            Johansen           Schools
            Nina Hayden        Pinellas County        Board Member                  Present
                               Schools
            Robin Wikle        Pinellas County        Board Member                  Present
                               Schools
            Peggy O' Shea      Pinellas County        Chairperson                   Present
                               Schools
            Mary Tyus          Pinellas County        Board Member                  Present
            Brown              Schools
            Janet Clark        Pinellas County        Vice Chairperson              Present
                               Schools
            Carol Cook         Pinellas County        Board Member                  Absent
                               Schools
            Linda Lerner       Pinellas County        Board Member                  Present
                               Schools
            James Madden       Pinellas County        Deputy Superintendent         Present
                               Schools

    II.      Invocation
          1. Reverend Douglas Hallman, Seminole United Mithodist Church, 5400 Seminole Blvd.
             Seminole, FL 33772



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              The Invocation was delivered by Rev. Hallman. This was followed by the Pledge of
              Allegiance.

    III.      Pledge of Allegiance
           1. National Anthem
              Following the Pledge of Allegiance, a video was shown of the Tarpon Springs High
              Syndicated Sound performing the National Anthem.

           2. Moving Forward With Pinellas County Schools - Strategic Partnerships
              A video was shown highlighting the district's Strategic Partnerships effort, presentation by
              Dr. Valerie Brimm.
              Mrs. O'Shea announced that Mrs. Cook was not present due to a death in her family.

    IV.       Introduction of Professional and Community Organization Reps
           1. Andrea Zahn, Director, Communications
              Ms. Zahn introduced the following individuals: Pamela B. D’Almeida-Brown, PESPA;
              Cindy Ehrenzeller, PCCPTA; David Beyers, Pinellas Educational Employees Retired -
              PEER; Brianna Forde, Corey Givens, Jr. and Cailey Marsh, Student Rights &
              Responsibilities Committee, Lakewood High School; Pat Prisco, Pinellas Arts for a
              Complete Education Coalition; Teresa Daiker, Fundamental Advocacy Network (FAN); Ron
              Matus, The St. Petersburg Times; and, Yolanda Fernandez, News Channel 8.


              Ms. Zahn reviewed the process to be followed by the audience for participation at School
              Board meetings and guidelines to be followed for all members of the audience during these
              proceedings.

    V. Adoption of Agenda
           Dr. Janssen requested the following changes to the agenda:
           Delete Consent Item #3, Recommendation to Suspend Ms. Judith Potter, Bus Driver

           PULL Consent #12 - Comments from Ms. Cook to be read by the Chairperson

           Mr. Robinson stated that he believes there were some changes that were made within the seven-
           day period that have to be added for good cause. Dr. Janssen stated that the Board received those
           changes in the November 6th and November 9th e-mails; that the start date for the hire of Donna
           Winchester was moved to December 14th; and, there were changes in the item on page 78. Mr.
           Robinson stated that there was an increase in the salary of one item. Mrs. Lerner stated that she
           believes that when a change is made to the written agenda, the specific change has to be
           announced, i.e., the specific salary and the start date.
           Dr. Janssen read the items contained in her November 6th and 9th e-mails, as follows:
           1) The position of principal for Tarpon Springs High School will be posted. This is not an
           agenda item.
           2) Consent Item #2, page 78- Maintenance Shop Planner - Effective November 11, 2009, not
           November 12; 12 months - 8 hours, not 7.5 hours; and, nine (9) positions, not eight (8).
           3) Consent Item #2, page 40 - Coordinator for Strategic Communications -- salary was increased

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          from $63,483.00 annually to $67,292, giving credit for years of experience in the field, and the
          start date was moved back to December 14, 2009.

          Mrs. O'Shea stated that she, as the Chairperson, find good cause to make these changes.
           RESULT:             ADOPTED [UNANIMOUS]
           MOVER:              Nina Hayden, Board Member
           SECONDER:           Janet Clark, Vice Chairperson
           AYES:               Hayden, Wikle, O' Shea, Tyus Brown, Clark, Lerner
           ABSENT:             Carol Cook


    VI.      Special Order Agenda
          1. Presentation by Student Rights and Responsibilities - Lakewood High School
             Brianna Forde, Corey Givens, Jr. and Cailey Marsh, Students Rights and Responsibilities
             representatives from Lakewood High School, addressed the Board to share information
             regarding programs and achievements taking place at their school.


          2. Presentation of Combined Schematic Design Phase I, Preliminary Design Phase II,
             and Construction Documents Phase III Submittal for the Construction of A
                Sixteen-Classroom Building at Belleair Elementary School. the Presenter is Jeff
             Pelszynski, FleischmanGarcia Architects.
             A presentation was made by Jeff Pelszynski, FleischmanGarcia Architects, on the submittals.
             This project provides for a sixteen-classroom building for Belleair Elementary School.
             Mrs. Lerner questioned what is not being done that eliminates this structure from meeting the
             "green" standards. Mr. Pelszynski stated that the paperwork required to meet LEED
             standards is not being completed. Mrs Lerner requested that the Board be provided with
             further details regarding what it takes to meet LEED certification, which of those steps
             makes sense to take and what criteria is our district using.


          3. Request Approval of Resolution Acknowledging the Contributions of Our Educational
             Support Professionals on “Educational Support Professionals Day”
             Mrs. Pamela B. D’Almeida-Brown, PESPA, read aloud the proclamation designating
             Wednesday, November 18, 2009 as “Educational Support Professionals Day”, in recognition
             of the contributions educational support professionals make to enhance the quality of
             education for students and families. Comments followed by Dr. Janssen and Ms. Clark.
             (Copy to be found in Supplemental Minute Book #133.)

           RESULT:             APPROVED [UNANIMOUS]
           MOVER:              Janet Clark, Vice Chairperson
           SECONDER:           Nina Hayden, Board Member
           AYES:               Hayden, Wikle, O' Shea, Tyus Brown, Clark, Lerner
           ABSENT:             Carol Cook




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        4. Presentation of the Proclamation from Governor Charlie Crist for Florida Parental
           Involvement During Education Month, November 2009
            Dr. Janssen read the background for the Proclamation from the Governor. Ms. Clark read
            aloud the proclamation written and signed by Governor Charlie Crist to support families and
            educators in their effort to make education meaningful for families and students. The
            proclamation encourages parents to play a more active role in their children’s education, and
            educators to strengthen the connections between parents and schools.
            Mrs. Lerner suggested that as the Board and the Superintendent work to finalize the district's
            Strategic Plan, that they consider adding a goal related to family and community relations
            with measurable objectives.


        5. Presentation by the District Monitoring and Advisory Committee (DMAC), Presented
           by Ms. Adrien Helm
            Ms. Dorthy Whitlock, representing DMAC's chair, Adrien Helms, presented to the Board the
            annual report of the District Monitoring and Advisory Committee (DMAC). Ms. Whitlock
            thanked Mrs. Brown for nominating her to DMAC and the Board for approving her
            appointment.
            Ms. Clark stated that she can wholeheartedly support most of the contents and stated that in
            the past, the Board has had the recommendations from DMAC brought as agenda item for the
            Board to vote their support. Ms. Clark asked if that will occur. Dr. Janssen stated that
            probably 95% of these items have already been addressed and that a report will be brought to
            the Board. Ms. Clark requested that the report be brought to a workshop first. Mrs Lerner
            voiced her agreement with Ms. Clark and questioned if there is a need to follow up on any
            old ones. Mr. Madden stated that he hopes to have a full report to the Board by the end of
            this year. Mrs. Wikle requested that the report presented at today's meeting be e-mailed to the
            Board: Mr. Madden sent the report immediately. Ms. Hayden stated that she would like to
            see that the "95% stuff" be conveyed to the public and to DMAC.


        6. Presentation of Japanese Exchange Teacher from Nagano, Japan
            Ms. Jan Kucerik, Supervisor of World Languages, presented to the Board Mr. Yukinobu Ito,
            a junior high English teacher from Nagano City, Nagano, Japan, Clearwater’s “sister city.”
            Mr. Ito arrived in Pinellas County on October 18. He is residing with local residents and has
            been visiting and observing K-12 classrooms, including our Japanese language program at
            East Lake High School.
            Mr. Ito addressed the Board to thank them for welcoming him to the Pinellas County schools
            and stated that this has been a good experience for him. Mr. Ito was greeted by the Board
            Members and presented a gift to our Board Chairperson.



    VII.    Unfinished Business
        1. Request Approval of the Recommendation to Suspend, Ms. Michele Velocci, Food
           Service Manager, Blanton Elementary School, for Five (5) Days Without Pay and
           Demote Her to a Food Service Specialist

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            This item was passed without discussion. (Copy to be found in Supplemental Minute Book
            #133.)

          RESULT:              APPROVED [UNANIMOUS]
          MOVER:               Janet Clark, Vice Chairperson
          SECONDER:            Nina Hayden, Board Member
          AYES:                Hayden, Wikle, O' Shea, Tyus Brown, Clark, Lerner
          ABSENT:              Carol Cook




    VIII. Consent
          RESULT:              APPROVED [UNANIMOUS]
          MOVER:               Robin Wikle, Board Member
          SECONDER:            Mary Tyus Brown, Board Member
          AYES:                Hayden, Wikle, O' Shea, Tyus Brown, Clark, Lerner
          ABSENT:              Carol Cook

        1. Approval of Minutes: to Approve the Minutes of the Regular Meeting of October 27,
           2009 and the Board Retreat of October 20-21, 2009
            Approved as submitted.


        2. Request Approval of Personnel Recommendations
            Approved with the following changes made during the adoption of the agenda:
             Consent Item #2, page 78- Maintenance Shop Planner - Effective November 11, 2009,
            not November 12; 12 months - 8 hours, not 7.5 hours; and, nine (9) positions, not eight (8).
             Consent Item #2, page 40 - Coordinator for Strategic Communications -- salary was
            increased from $63,483.00 annually to $67,292, giving credit for years of experience in the
            field, and the start date was moved back to December 14, 2009.
             (Copy to be found in Supplemental Minute Book #133.)


        3. Request Approval of the Recommendation to Suspend Ms. Judith Potter, Bus Driver,
           Transportation Department, for Three (3) Days Without Pay
            This item was deleted from this agenda by the Superintendent.


        4. Request Approval of the Recommendation to Suspend Mr. Paul Kerr, Plant Operator,
           Tarpon Springs Middle School, for One (1) Day Without Pay
            Approved as submitted.       (Copy to be found in Supplemental Minute Book #133.)


        5. Request Approval of Field Trip Bid Selections


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            Approved as submitted.


        6. DCF Special Projects Agreement
            Approved as submitted.   (Copy to be found in Supplemental Minute Book #133.)


        7. Request Approval of the Financial Statements for the Month Ending August 31, 2009
           for Fiscal Year 2009/2010
            Approved as submitted.


        8. Request Approval to Amend the Five-Year Capital Outlay Plan and Tentative District
           Facilities Work Program for 2009/10 through 2013/14
            Approved as submitted.


        9. Request Approval of the Health Agreement Between Baycare Health Systems, Inc.
           and the School Board of Pinellas County
            Approved as submitted. (Copy to be found in Supplemental Minute Book #133.)


        10. Request Approval to Renew Agreement with Pinellas County to Provide Cultural
            Programming through the School Curriculum
            Approved as submitted. (Copy to be found in Supplemental Minute Book #133.)


        11. Request Approval of the Health Agreement Between Integrity Pharmacy Services and
            the School Board of Pinellas County
            Approved as submitted.   (Copy to be found in Supplemental Minute Book #133.)


        12. Request Approval of the Lease Agreement Between SMG (Mahaffey Theater) and the
            School Board of Pinellas County for the 2010 Countywide Graduation Ceremony on
            August 26, 2010
            This item was pulled by Mrs. O'Shea to allow Mrs. Cook's comments of concern to be read
            aloud. Please refer to IX Consent Agenda - Items Pulled #1.


        13. Request Approval of a Distribution Easement to Progress Energy on the Site of Lynch
            Elementary School
            Approved as submitted.   (Copy to be found in Supplemental Minute Book #133.)




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        14. Request Approval of a Distribution Easement to Progress Energy on the Site of
            Plumb Elementary School
            Approved as submitted.    (Copy to be found in Supplemental Minute Book #133.)


        15. Request Approval of Renewal of the Agreement with Pinellas County for an Air
            Monitoring Station at the Site of Skyview Elementary School
            Approved as submitted.    (Copy to be found in Supplemental Minute Book #133.)


        16. Report to the School Board of Facility Leases, Joint-Use Activities, and Other
            Community Uses Processed by Real Estate and Concurrency Services During the
            First Fiscal Quarter 2009
            Approved as submitted.


        17. Request Approval of Combined Schematic Design Phase I, Preliminary Design Phase
            II, and Construction Documents Phase III Submittal for the Construction of A
                 Sixteen-Classroom Building at Belleair Elementary School with FleischmanGarcia
            Architects
            Approved as submitted.    (Copy to be found in Supplemental Minute Book #133.)


        18. Request Approval of Amendments to Agreements for Architectural and Contract
            Administration Services and Construction Management (CM) Services for the
            Following Projects:      A. Sutherland Elementary, FleischmanGarcia Architects
            B. Belleair Elementary, Creative Contractors, Inc.             C. Mildred
            Helms Elementary, Peter R. Brown Construction, Inc.
            The Amendments to Agreements for Architectural and Contract Administration Services and
            Construction Management (CM) Services for the were approved for the following projects:
            A. Sutherland Elementary, FleischmanGarcia Architects
            B. Belleair Elementary, Creative Contractors, Inc.
            C. Mildred Helms Elementary, Peter R. Brown Construction, Inc.
             (Copy to be found in Supplemental Minute Book #133.)


        19. Request Acceptance of Substantial Completion for Portions of Projects for the
            Following Schools:      A.    Belcher Elementary School (Sixteen-Classroom
            Addition, Related Site Improvements) B.    Seminole Middle School (Four
            Permanent Stand Alone Relocatables,      Related Site Improvements)
            Acceptance of Substantial Completion for Portions of Projects for the
            Following Schools was approved as follows:
            A. Belcher Elementary School (Sixteen-Classroom Addition, Related Site
            Improvements)

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             B. Seminole Middle School (Four Permanent Stand Alone Relocatables,
             Related Site Improvements)


          20. Request Approval of Bids to Vendors at Prices in Bid documents in Accordance with
              Bid Policies and Statutes
             Approved as submitted.        (Copy to be found in Supplemental Minute Book #133.)



    IX.      Consent Agenda - Items Pulled
          1. Motion To:           Agreement Mahaffey Theater
             COMMENTS - Current Meeting:

             In Mrs. Cook's absence, Mrs. O'Shea read the comments of concern expressed by Mrs. Cook
             via e-mail pertaining to this agreement. To summarize: Mrs. Cook expressed concern with
             the agreement of a non-refundable deposit of $3300 and the fact that the deposit had to be
             paid on November 6 according to the item which would be prior to the Board taking action
             on this item. Comments followed by Dr. Janssen and Mrs. Fleeger.
             (Copy to be found in Supplemental Minute Book #133.)

           RESULT:             APPROVED [UNANIMOUS]
           MOVER:              Robin Wikle, Board Member
           SECONDER:           Mary Tyus Brown, Board Member
           AYES:               Hayden, Wikle, O' Shea, Tyus Brown, Clark, Lerner
           ABSENT:             Carol Cook


    X.       Nonconsent

    XI.      Presentations from the Audience
          Lenore Faulkner - Addressed the Board to say that she is the activist for a world class technology
          school at Pinellas Park Middle, a program that was promised twenty years ago. Ms. Faulkner
          shared that she was told by Linda Benware that the money would be sent to schools whose
          students were disadvantaged and that much money was spent on the Read 180 program. Ms.
          Faulkner also shared her thoughts on past superintendents and a previous school board attorney.

          Teresa Daiker, FAN (Fundamental Advocacy Network) - Addressed the Board to request the
          Board's support for an additional fundamental high school program in either north or south
          county. Ms. Daiker presented materials to the Board to support her request and stated that there
          are now over 2200 members in FAN.

          Kennie Taylor - Addressed the Board to say that he is a parent of a middle school student at
          Madeira Beach Fundamental and that the change at that school is going well. Mr. Taylor stated
          that he applauded the Board for that program and explained that he serves on the appeal
          committee to work with students and families who, for various reasons, may lose their seat in the
          program. Mr. Taylor stated that one of the first questions he asks the student is if they truly
          want to remain in the fundamental school program. Mr. Taylor requested that an additional

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        fundamental high school program be placed in either north or south county to provide a choice
        for more students.

        Deborah Figgs-Sanders - Addressed the Board to ask for their support of the request to add an
        additional fundamental high school program in either north or south county and stated that she is
        willing to help in this effort.

        Troy Willingham - Addressed the Board to state that he is a very involved father of fundamental
        school students; that education is important to all the kids in Pinellas County; that it is important
        to our families and our employers to have a good school system; and, that fundamental schools
        meet the Board's directives for schools. Mr. Willingham stated that we need more fundamental
        school seats and requested that the Board start planning for an additional high school program
        for 2010.

        Nancy Bostock - Addressed the Board to state that some schools have been closed and others
        merged and that FAN is here to ask that the Board plan so that these students and others have the
        opportunity to attend a fundamental high school program. Mrs. Bostock encouraged them to not
        overcrowd Osceola High School but to create an additional fundamental high school program
        and that there will be a sufficient number of families wanting to get into the program. Mrs.
        Bostock thanked the parents and supporters of this request who were present in the audience and
        thanked the Board, Dr. Janssen and Mr. Madden for considering their request.

        Mrs. Lerner stated that Mr. Madden had sent a response to some of the e-mails we have received
        that are asking that the Board implement an additional fundamental high school program and
        requested that Mr. Madden or Dr. Janssen read this response. Mr. Madden summarized his
        response for those present.

    XII.    New Business
        1. Items Introduced by Superintendent
            Dr. Janssen’s report included the following:
            1) Updated the Board on the H1N1 vaccine program reporting that it began on Monday at 16
            Pinellas schools. Dr. Janssen provided additional information on the program and thanked
            the principals and their staff members for their assistance in the scheduling process.


            2) Updated the Board on the application period for magnet, fundamental and career academy
            programs. Dr. Janssen stated that the schedules for Discovery Nights have been finalized and
            are posted on the district website; that the application period deadline is January 29, 2010;
            and, that the district has scheduled an Information Fair also for January 29. Additional
            information and a Program Guide will be available in the coming weeks.


            3) Announced that the nomination form for the Unsung Hero Award is available on the staff
            bulletin board on the district’s website and that the deadline is December 4th.


            4) Reminded all that tomorrow we celebrate Veterans Day and that staff members and
            students have an opportunity to pay special tribute to the millions of men and women, living

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            and dead, who have made the ultimate sacrifice to serve our nation. Dr. Janssen stated that
            hundreds of families in our school district have sons or daughters, husbands or wives, fathers,
            mothers or other relatives who are currently serving our country in the armed forces or have
            served our country in the past. Dr. Janssen stated that it is important that our children
            understand the significance of this day and the impact the contributions our veterans and
            military men and women have made, and continue to make toward ensuring a life for them
            that guarantees their freedom in the future. Dr. Janssen encouraged all to take time to say
            “thank you” to staff members who are serving or have served our country in the military. Dr.
            Janssen said that many of our schools have scheduled Veterans Day activities and have
            extended an invitation to parents and community members.

        2. Items Introduced by General Counsel
            Mr. Robinson stated he had no report.

        3. Items Introduced by the Board
            Mrs. Wikle - 1) Congratulated the 135 Doorway Scholarship recipients honored on October
            28th. Mrs. Wikle stated that she could see the hope in the recipients' eyes as a result of these
            scholarships and thanked the Education Foundation and the teachers for this. 2) Stated that
            she is looking forward to attending the Veterans Day event at Palm Harbor Middle School.


            Mrs. Brown - 1) Stated that there was a nice article recently in the paper regarding Melrose
            Elementary School and their principal, Oscar Robinson. 2) Stated that she attended Mayor
            Baker's Doorway fundraising event and thanked the Mayor for all he's done for our schools.
            Mrs. Brown commended Mayor Baker for having presented 1001 Doorway Scholarships
            over the years and for his Top Apple Awards that helped so many Pinellas County schools.


            Mrs. Lerner - 1) Stated that Dr. Janssen gave a great presentation at the Superintendent's
            Roundtable. Mrs. Lerner stated that it is one thing to have a committee look at the Strategic
            Plan, but there is still a lot for the Board to do with forming the plan. 2) Stated that, in
            conjunction with the state's accountability system, we need our own accountability standard.
            Mrs. Lerner stated that we should look at the students who may not meet the state
            requirements but yet have made great improvement from the time they entered a grade to the
            end of the year. 3) Stated that there was an article in the paper about the district's
            administrative costs which compared our district to other districts, some that are larger and
            some that are smaller than Pinellas. Discussion followed by Mrs. Lerner and Mr. Johansen.
            Mrs. Lerner requested a discussion be schedule at one of the next two Board workshops. 3)
            Stated that our educators at the schools are working very hard and that she has a concern that
            the number of mandates to teachers could stifle their creativity for teaching. Mrs. Lerner
            requested that all effort be made to help streamline their paperwork, specifically with RTI -
            Response to Intervention. Mrs. Lerner stated that as she visits schools, she is still getting
            information that many interventions are being done but some students still need some special
            education services; and, she is being told this is not happening. Dr. Janssen requested that
            Mrs. Lerner share the specifics with her. Mrs. Lerner stated that she wants to know the
            process to deal with the individual child.


            Ms. Clark - 1) Stated that she received information on a purchasing consortium that she
            would like reviewed. Dr. Janssen stated that she has sent that same information to the
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            finance team for their review and that their input will be shared with the Board on November
            17th. 2) Reported that this year's FSBA/FADSS Joint Conference in Tampa is offering a
            workshop for parent & community advocacy groups, at a cost of $30 for a full day, lunch
            included. Ms. Clark gave a brief overview of the workshop and encouraged anyone who
            may be interested to call the Board Office and Mrs. Beaty will help them move through the
            registration process. 3) Stated that she attended the All County Music Fest and this was the
            first year the students were chosen by audition. Ms. Clark stated that there was a very
            impressive finale and that she would like to have it played at one of our meetings. Ms. Clark
            congratulated the many students who were involved in this event.


            Mrs. O'Shea - 1) Announced that there will be an opportunity for Board Members to receive
            additional training in technology, i.e., Moodle, Twitter, etc., on December 15 from 9:00 a.m.
            to 12:00 noon. 2) Stated that Dr. Mortimer will have ample time scheduled on the November
            17th workshop to review the revisions to policies. 3) Stated that the Board had received a
            request for support by the Pinellas County Health Department and that a letter will be sent
            from the Board if no objections are voiced. Hearing none, a letter of support will be written
            from the School Board.

        4. Review of Board Requests
            Mr. Madden offered the following summary of requests presented during this meeting:
            1) As we move forward with forming the Strategic Plan, a goal will be included related to
            families and community relations.
            2) E-mail the DMAC report that was presented at today's meeting to the Board and schedule
            a discussion at a future workshop on these recommendations and their status.
            3) Develop talking points for the Board Members to use regarding the "Yellow Brick Road."
            4) Provide information on RTI as it deals with students who consistently demonstrate a need
            for additional services.
            5) Highlight the all county musical festival at a future Board meeting.
            6) Provide additional information on the Strategic Plan as we move forward.

        5. School Board Meeting Evaluation
            The evaluation of the meeting followed the adjournment of the meeting and the results are as
            follows:
            Pluses
             Mr. Robinson’s email to FAN regarding their request to present a PowerPoint
            presentation at this meeting
             Efficient meeting


            Opportunities
             Cold Room




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    XIII. Adjournment
        There being no further business to be brought before the School Board, this meeting adjourned at
        11:52 a.m.


        ________________________________________
        Chairperson


        ________________________________________
        Superintendent and Ex Officio Secretary




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