THE SCHOOL BOARD OF BROWARD COUNTY, FLORIDA

 

OFFICE OF THE SUPERINTENDENT

 

Regular School Board Meeting

 

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 2017 10:35 AM

† Board Room of the Kathleen C. Wright Administration Center

600 Southeast Third Avenue

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

 

EXPLANATION OF AGENDA FOR REGULAR MEETING

 

 

 

REGULAR SCHOOL BOARD MEETINGS CAN BE VIEWED VIA LIVE STREAM OVER THE INTERNET ON THE SCHOOL DISTRICT'S WEBSITE (www.browardschools.com).

 

February 22, 2017

 

SPEAKERS:

2. Ronald Barish†† (WITHDRAWN)

 

CONSENT ITEMS:

E-4. Recommendation to Approve Extension of Bid - 55-125V - Library Materials† †(REVISED)

 

OPEN ITEMS:

EE-6. Direct Negotiation Recommendation of $500,000 or Less - Healthcareer Certification Testing††† (REVISED)

II-2. Give Kids the World Band Performance by Silver Trail Middle School†† (ADDED)

II-3. Agreement between the City of Coconut Creek, Florida and The School Board of Broward County†† (ADDED)

 

February 17, 2017

 

CONSENT ITEMS:

G-3. Personnel Recommendations for Non-Instructional Appointments and Leaves for the 2016-2017 School Year† (REVISED)

 

G-4. Personnel Recommendations for Non-Instructional Separation of Employment and Discipline for the 2016-2017 School Year†† (REVISED)

 

OPEN ITEMS:

EE-3. Recommendation for Additional Spending Authority - 57-101T - School Resource Officer Program Agreement† (WITHDRAWN)

 

CALL TO ORDER

 

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

 

MINUTES FOR APPROVAL

 

October 25, 2016 - Special School Board Meeting (Supporting Docs)

November 1, 2016 - Regular School Board Meeting (Supporting Docs)

November 22, 2016 - Annual Organization of the Board (Supporting Docs)

February 7, 2017 - Special - Expulsions

 

ADDED ITEMS

 

CLOSE AGENDA

 

REPORTS

 

Broward County Association of Student Councils and Student Advisor to the Board

Broward County Council PTAs/PTSAs

Broward Education Foundation

District Advisory Council

Diversity Committee

Employee Unions/Groups

ESE Advisory Council

ESOL Leadership Council

Facilities Task Force

Gifted Advisory Council

Human Relations Committee

Parent Community Involvement Task Force

Supplier Diversity & Outreach Program Advisory Committee

Technology Advisory Committee

 

CONSENT AGENDA

 

REPORTS CONTINUED

 

Board Members

Superintendent

 

SPEAKERS

 

12:00 P.M.

 

1. Chris Whitelock

2. Ronald B. Barish†† (WITHDRAWN)

3. Jack Vesey

4. John James

5. Elijah Manley

6. Youssef Wardani

7. Kristina Braziel

8. Michael Sirbola

9. Trudy Jermanovich

10. Ronnie Flournoy

 

CONSENT ITEMS

 

A. RESOLUTIONS

 

B. BOARD MEMBERS

 

E. OFFICE OF STRATEGY & OPERATIONS

 

E-1. Pre-Qualification of Contractors - Approval, Denial, Suspension or Revocation of Pre-Qualification Certification (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the recommendation by the Superintendent indicated in the Superintendent Recommendations - Tracking Report.

 

The Pre-Qualification Application process is in accordance with State Requirements for Educational Facilities, F.S. 1013.46, and Board Policies 7003 and 7003.1. This item approves recommendations by the Superintendent of Schools as set forth in the Superintendent Recommendations - Tracking Report. Further explanation is provided in the Executive Summary. The Qualification Selection Evaluation Committee (QSEC) convened on February 1, 2017, to review staff's recommendations concerning pre-qualification applications. Upon review of staff's recommendations, QSEC makes the recommendations to the Superintendent indicated in Superintendent Recommendations - Tracking Report.

 

Contractor Pre-Qualification Staff Application Review Executive Summaries are available online at: http://www.broward.k12.fl.us/supply/agenda/PreQual-020117.pdf

 

There is no financial impact to the District.

 

E-2. Supplier Diversity Outreach Program Report as of January 2017 (Supporting Docs)

 

Receive Supplier Diversity Outreach Program (SDOP) Report

 

The SDOP report is in accordance with Board Policy 7007-A Administrative Procedures for The School Board of Broward County, Florida. It provides information on the progress of the SDOP.

 

There is no financial impact to the District.

 

E-3. Agreement between Wellness in the Schools, Inc., and The School Board of Broward County, Florida (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the agreement between Wellness in the Schools, Inc., and The School Board of Broward County, Florida.

 

The Agreement will provide two (2) schools with a Cook for Kids program and other related initiatives to promote good nutrition and wellness at the District's schools.

 

This Agreement has been reviewed and approved as to form and legal content by the Office of the General Counsel.

 

There is no financial impact to the District.

 

E-4. Recommendation to Approve Extension of Bid - 55-125V - Library Materials (Supporting Docs)

 

REVISED

 

Approve the extension for the above contract. Contract Term: June 24, 2015, through August 28, 2017, 2 Years, 4 Months; User Department: Innovative Learning & Arts Department; Original Award Amount: $3,750,000; Awarded Vendor(s): 31; Minority/Women Business Enterprise Vendors(s): None

 

See Supporting Docs for continuation of Requested Action.

 

The request to extend Bid 55-125V for 180 days beyond the expiration date of the current contract period (June 24, 2015, through February 28, 2017) is in accordance with the State of Florida Contract #715-001-007-1 - Library Materials, Amendment 20. By renewing this contract, the District will have a contract in place for ordering new library media for the beginning of the new Fiscal Year 2017-18.

 

A copy of the bid documents are available online at: http://www.broward.k12.fl.us/supply/docs/contracts/55-125V-Library Materials.pdf

 

There is no financial impact to the District.

 

E-5. Approve the Agreements for 16-037-1N Travel Agency and Tour Operation Services (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the recommendation to award Agreements. Contract Term: February 23, 2017, through December 31, 2018, 1 Year, 10 Months; User Department: District-wide; Awarded Vendor(s): Dumonde Group, LLC, d/b/a Dumonde Travel; Feat Travel Inc.; JW Family Travel, Inc.; My Personal Assistant, Inc., d/b/a Educational Field Trips; Traventours Events & Excursions, Inc., d/b/a Traventours Group Tours, d/b/a Traventours Travel Designs; Wise Guide Tours, LLC, d/b/a College Campus Trips; Minority/Women Business Enterprise Vendor(s): None

 

The School Board of Broward County, Florida, received six (6) proposals for Request for Proposal (RFP) 16-037-1N - Travel Agency and Tour Operation Services. This request is to recommend award to six (6) vendors. Travel agencies and tour operators are utilized to organize educational and travel packages, such as airfare, hotel accommodations, and other travel arrangements, for students and youth groups to travel for educational, athletic, and recreational purposes.

 

These Agreements have been reviewed and approved as to form and legal content by the Office of the General Counsel.

 

A copy of this RFP is available online at: http://www.broward.k12.fl.us/supply/agenda/16-037N_Re-Release_TravelAgency_TourOpsSvcs.pdf

 

There is no financial impact to the District.

 

F. OFFICE OF ACADEMICS

 

G. OFFICE OF HUMAN RESOURCES

 

G-1. Personnel Recommendations for Instructional Appointments and Leaves for 2016-2017 School Year (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the personnel recommendations for the 2016-2017 appointments and leaves as listed in the attached Executive Summary and respective lists for instructional staff. All recommendations are made with the understanding that these individuals will comply with regulations/policies as set forth by the Florida Department of Education and The School Board of Broward County, Florida.

 

The Personnel Recommendations for Instructional Employees include the following items:

 

1. Teacher Approvals

2. Substitute/Temporary Hourly Teachers

3. Instructional Leaves

 

There will be no financial impact to the School District. Funding for the positions have been allocated in the school and department budgets.

 

G-2. Personnel Recommendations for Instructional Separation of Employment or Discipline for the 2016-2017 School Year (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the personnel recommendations for separation of employment or discipline as listed in the attached respective lists for instructional staff. All recommendations are made with the understanding that these individuals will comply with regulations/policies as set forth by the Florida Department of Education and The School Board of Broward County, Florida.

 

The Personnel Recommendations for Instructional Employees include the following items:

 

1. Instructional Resignations and Retirements and Layoffs

2. Instructional Suspensions and Terminations and Released During Probationary Period

 

There will be no financial impact to the School District.

 

G-3. Personnel Recommendations for Non-Instructional Appointments and Leaves for the 2016-2017 School Year (Supporting Docs)

 

REVISED

 

Approve the personnel recommendations for appointments and reassignments as listed on the attached Executive Summary, respective lists and individual appointments for Non-Instructional Employees. All recommendations are made pending security clearance and with the understanding that these individuals will comply with regulations/policies as set forth by the Florida Department of Education and The School Board of Broward County, Florida.

 

The Personnel Recommendations for Non-Instructional Employees include the following sections:

 

1. Non-Instructional (Non-Managerial) Approval(s)/Reassignment(s)/Promotion(s)/Demotion(s)

2. Non-Instructional (Non-Managerial) Substitutes/Temporary Employees

3. Non-Instructional (Non-Managerial) Leave(s)-Layoff(s)

4. Managerial/Professional/Technical (ESMAB, PBA, TSP) Recommended Appointments

5. Reassignment of Current School-Based and District Managerial Appointments

6. School-Based Managerial Personnel Recommended Appointments

7. School-Based and District Managerial Acting/Special/Task Assignment(s) Personnel

8. School-Based and District Managerial Leave(s)-Layoff(s)

9. Salary Adjustment

 

Funding has been budgeted in the 2016-2017 school/fiscal year for all appointments through June 30, 2017.

 

G-4. Personnel Recommendations for Non-Instructional Separation of Employment and Discipline for the 2016-2017 School Year (Supporting Docs)

 

REVISED

 

Approve the personnel recommendations for separation of employment and discipline as listed on the attached respective lists for Non Instructional staff. All recommendations are made with the understanding that these individuals will comply with regulations/policies as set forth by the Florida Department of Education and The School Board of Broward County, Florida.

 

The Personnel Recommendations include the following items:

 

Non-Instructional (Non-Managerial) Resignation(s)/Retirement(s)

Non-Instructional (Non-Managerial) Suspension(s)/Termination(s)

Managerial and Professional/Technical Resignation(s)/Retirement(s)

Managerial and Professional/Technical Suspension(s)/Termination(s)

Non-Instructional Discipline

 

Employees contesting the recommended discipline may avail themselves of due process rights pursuant to their respective Collective Bargaining Agreements or School Board Policy 4015.

 

There is no financial impact to the School District.

 

G-5. Supplemental Pay Positions 13 (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the recommended supplemental pay positions of employees for the 2016/2017 school/fiscal year.

 

Employees are recommended for supplemental pay positions by Principal or Department Supervisor. Supplemental positions are listed alphabetically by last name, with location and supplement type.

 

The Supplemental Pay Positions include the following type of supplements: department chairpersons, team leaders, grade level chairpersons, athletic supplements; other general supplements for the 2016-2017 school year. Requests for individuals receiving multiple supplements have been analyzed by the Office of School Performance & Accountability. The documentation is on file. Recommendations for staff to receive multiple supplements are consistent with the language set forth in Policy 6210, Supplements.

 

Individuals listed meet the requirements for the supplemental positions.

 

Funding has been budgeted in the 2016-2017 school/fiscal year for all supplements through June 30, 2017.

 

H. OFFICE OF THE GENERAL COUNSEL

 

I. OFFICE OF THE SUPERINTENDENT

 

I-1. Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida and Cleveland Clinic Florida (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the Continuation Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida and Cleveland Clinic Florida. The term of this agreement shall be for a period of five (5) years from the date it is fully executed by both parties and shall conclude on January 31, 2022.

 

The School Board of Broward County, Florida partners with Cleveland Clinic Florida to provide students who are enrolled in Health Science Education Programs at the Broward Technical Colleges and select high schools the opportunity to participate in clinical learning experiences.

 

See Supporting Docs for continuation of Summary Explanation and Background.

 

This agreement will be executed by Cleveland Clinic Florida after School Board approval. This agreement has been reviewed and approved as to form and legal content by the Office of the General Counsel.

 

There is no financial impact to the District.

 

I-2. Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida and West Broward Acquisition I, LLC (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the new agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida and West Broward Acquisition I, LLC. The term of this agreement shall begin on the date it is fully executed by both parties and conclude on January 1, 2020.

 

The School Board of Broward County, Florida will partner with West Broward Acquisition I, LLC to provide students who are enrolled in Health Science Education Programs at the Broward Technical Colleges the opportunity to participate in clinical learning experiences.

This districtwide agreement supports the instructional programs provided by Broward County Public Schools that are necessary to meet Florida Department of Education mandated student performance standards. This agreement also addresses the requirements of regulatory agencies for students to qualify for certification/licensure.

 

See Supporting Docs for continuation of Summary Explanation and Background.

 

This agreement has been reviewed and approved as to form and legal content by the Office of the General Counsel.

 

There is no financial impact to the District.

 

J. OFFICE OF FACILITIES & CONSTRUCTION

 

K. OFFICE OF FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

 

K-1. General Fund Amendment as of November 30, 2016 (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the attached General Fund Amendment as of November 30, 2016.

 

General Fund Amendment is submitted to the School Board pursuant to State Board Administrative Rule 6A-1.006. This Amendment is for the purpose of updating the Broward County School District Budget for estimated revenues and appropriation changes in the General Fund. Amendment includes information for the month of November 2016.

 

There is no additional financial impact to the District.

 

K-2. General Fund Amendment as of December 31, 2016 (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the attached General Fund Amendment as of December 31, 2016.

 

General Fund Amendment is submitted to the School Board pursuant to State Board Administrative Rule 6A-1.006. This Amendment is for the purpose of updating the Broward County School District Budget for estimated revenues and appropriation changes in the General Fund. Amendment includes information for the month of December 2016.

 

There is no additional financial impact to the District.

 

K-3. Special Revenue (Grants) Amendment as of November 30, 2016 (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the attached Special Revenue (Grants) Amendment as of November 30, 2016.

 

Special Revenue (Grants) Amendment is submitted to the School Board pursuant to State Board Administrative Rule 6A-1.006. This Amendment is for the purpose of updating the Broward County School District Budget for estimated revenues and appropriation changes in the Special Revenue (Grants). Amendment includes information for the month of November 2016.

 

There is no additional financial impact to the District.

 

K-4. Interim Financial Statements for the Period Ended November 30, 2016 (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the Interim Financial Statements for the Period Ended November 30, 2016.

 

Financial Statements are submitted to the School Board pursuant to the State Board Administrative Rule 6A-1.008. As of November 2016, the fund balance as a percentage of the projected revenues was 4.00% and fund balance, excluding Charter Schools revenues was, 4.72%.

 

There is no additional financial impact to the District.

 

K-5. Interim Financial Statements for the Period Ended December 31, 2016 (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the Interim Financial Statements for the Period Ended December 31, 2016.

 

Financial Statements are submitted to the School Board pursuant to the State Board Administrative Rule 6A-1.008. As of December 2016, the fund balance as a percentage of the projected revenues was 4.81% and fund balance, excluding Charter Schools revenues was, 5.69%.

 

There is no additional financial impact to the District.

 

K-6. Budget and DEFP hearing dates, including the Budget advertisement for Fiscal Year 2017-18 (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the District Budget Timeline & Process for Fiscal Year 2017-18.

 

Per Truth in Millage (TRIM) law, the School Board must approve the Tentative Budget for advertising, and hold two public hearings.

 

Required Meetings & Hearing Dates: Approve Budget for Advertising: Date: July 25, 2017 (Regular School Board Meeting)

 

See Supporting Docs for continuation of Summary Explanation and Background.

 

There is no additional financial impact to the District.

 

L. OFFICE OF PORTFOLIO SERVICES

 

L-1. Release of Declaration of Restrictive Covenants Regarding Sheridan Village Real Estate, LLC (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the Release of the Declaration of Restrictive Covenants (Declaration) regarding the voluntary mitigation commitment for Land Use Plan Amendment (LUPA) PC 06-25, Sheridan Village Real Estate, LLC.

 

On April 25, 2006, School district staff reviewed the application for LUPA 06-25, proposed by Sheridan Village Real Estate, LLC (Sheridan Village) for the development of 320 townhouse (all three or more bedroom) units located in the City of Pembroke Pines.

 

See Supporting Docs for continuation of Summary Explanation and Background.

 

This item has been reviewed and approved as to form and legal content by the Office of the General Counsel. This Release will be executed after School Board approval.

 

There is no financial impact to the District; therefore, this item does not require a Collaboration Form from the Capital Budget Department.

 

OPEN ITEMS

 

AA. RESOLUTIONS

 

AA-1. Resolution No. 17-97 - Dell Financial Services L.P. - Technology Lease (Supporting Docs)

 

Adopt Resolution No. 17-97 - Dell Financial Services L.P. - Technology Lease.

 

This resolution authorizes the execution and delivery of one or more additional schedules to the Master Lease Agreement with Dell Financial Services L.P. Please see the attached Executive Summary for continuation of Summary Explanation and Background.

 

The attached documents have been reviewed and approved as to legal content by Bond Counsel.

 

The District utilizes the Master Lease in order to finance technology equipment in an amount not to exceed $14,250,000.

 

BB. BOARD MEMBERS

 

CC. BOARD POLICIES

 

CC-1. Revised Employment & Salary Administration Handbook for Non-Bargaining Unit Employees (Supporting Docs)

 

Adopt the revisions to the Employment & Salary Administration Handbook for Non-Bargaining Unit Employees. This is the Final reading.

 

The School Board of Broward County, Florida, Employment & Salary Administration Handbook for Non-Bargaining Unit Employees, has been revised. The content outlined in the revised handbook will establish criteria for employing and compensating Non-Bargaining staff.

 

The Employment & Salary Administration Handbook for Non-Bargaining Unit Employees was publicized for rule adoption in compliance with Florida Statutes on Thursday, January 26, 2017. See attached Executive Summary.

 

Copies of all supporting documents are available at the Board Members' Office on the 14th floor of the K.C. Wright Administration Center and available online via the Broward County Public Schools eAgenda at: https://webappe.browardschools.com/eAgenda/

 

There is no additional financial impact to the District.

 

CC-2. Revised Job Description for the Senior Programmer Position (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the revised job description for the Senior Programmer position. This is the First reading.

 

The job description for Senior Programmer is being revised to better align the qualifications and primary performance responsibilities of the position, based upon the expected scope of work. The revisions include modifications that will ensure the job description accurately reflects the required qualifications, experience, accountability and essential performance responsibilities of the position. The job description was publicized for rule adoption in compliance with Florida Statutes on Thursday, January 26, 2017. See attached Executive Summary.

 

Copies of all supporting documents are available at the Board Members' Office on the 14th floor of the K.C. Wright Administration Center and available online via the Broward County Public Schools eAgenda at: https://webappe.browardschools.com/eAgenda/

 

There is no additional financial impact to the District.

 

DD. OFFICE OF THE CHIEF AUDITOR

 

EE. OFFICE OF STRATEGY & OPERATIONS

 

EE-1. Grant Applications - Post-Submission (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the submission of the following grant applications (A-N):

A. Cliff Bar Foundation..., $7,000 (requested) B. Dart Foundation, $3,222 (awarded) C. ExxonMobil Mini-Grant, $500 (awarded) D. FIRST STEM Equity Community..., $40,000 (requested) E. Fiskars Project..., $3,500 (requested) F. Jobs for Florida's Graduates, $45,000 (requested) G. Kids in Need Foundation..., $434 (awarded) H. Lowes Toolbox for Education Grant, $5,000 (awarded) I. Steelcase Active Learning Center, $0 ($50,000 in-kind donation requested) List is continued in the Summary Explanation and Background section below.

 

J. Target Field Trip Grants - Atlantic Technical College, $500 (awarded) K. Target Field Trip Grants - Bright Horizons Center School, $700 (awarded) L. Target Field Trip Grants - Dania Elementary School, $700 (awarded) M. Target Field Trip Grants - Parkway Middle School, $500 (awarded) N. Town of Davie - Community Endowment Program, $325 (awarded)

 

Copies of the grant applications and executive summaries are available at the School Board members' office on the 14th floor of the K.C. Wright Administration Center and online via the Broward eAgenda at https://webappe.browardschools.com/eagenda/

 

The potential positive financial impact if all projects are awarded is $107,381 from various sources.

 

EE-2. Grant Applications - Pre-Submission (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the submission of the following grant application:

A. Florida Department of Juvenile Justice Afterschool Summer Program, $184,500 (to be requested)

 

Copies of the grant applications and executive summaries are available at the School Board members' office on the 14th floor of the K.C. Wright Administration Center and online via the Broward eAgenda at http://webappe.browardschools.com/eagenda/

 

The potential positive financial impact if project is awarded is $184,500 from the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice.

 

EE-3. Recommendation for Additional Spending Authority - 57-101T - School Resource Officer Program Agreement (Supporting Docs)

 

WITHDRAWN

 

Approve an increase in spending authority for the School Resource Officer services, as approved under item KK-1 on June 21, 2016. Contract Term: January 1, 2015, through June 30, 2017, 2 Years, 6 Months; User Department: Special Investigative Unit formerly known as Broward Schools Police Department; Awarded Vendor(s): Broward Sheriff's Office - Various Locations; Minority/Women Business Enterprise Vendor(s): None

 

On June 21, 2016, the Board approved agenda item KK-1, requesting additional funding for the Special Investigative Unit formerly known as Broward Schools Police Department in the amount of $2,101,034.40. This additional funding was needed to address outstanding School Resource Officer (SRO) invoices. This funding gap was largely attributed to a pattern of utilizing current year funding to pay for prior year invoices. Although, there is sufficient budget to address all SRO invoices for services through the conclusion of the current fiscal year, an issue has arose regarding spending authority. The enhanced controls implemented by the District's Procurement & Warehousing Services Department don't allow the creation of a purchase order for a previously expired contract. It is necessary to establish new purchase orders to process the remaining outstanding invoices under the expired SRO agreements This adjustment will prevent a gap in the spending authority and the budget amount.

 

This is for spending authority only and has no budgetary impact.

 

EE-4. Recommendation of $500,000 or Greater - 17-117C Asphalt and Play Court Paving, Repairs, Resurfacing and Striping (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the recommendation to award the above Invitation to Bid (ITB). Contract Term: February 23, 2017, through February 22, 2018, 1 Year; User Department: Physical Plant Operations; Award Amount: $3,000,000; Vendor Awarded: Pence Sealcoating Corporation: Minority/Women Business Enterprise Vendor(s): None

 

The School Board of Broward County, Florida received one (1) response for ITB 17-117C - Asphalt and Play Court Paving, Repairs, Resurfacing and Striping. This ITB will be utilized by the Physical Plant Operation Department to procure services for repair and maintenance of parking lots, driveways, sidewalks, play courts, and other paved surfaces in a safe and operating condition within the District.

 

A copy of the ITB document is available online at: http://www.broward.k12.fl.us/supply/agenda/17-117C_ITB_AsphaltandPlaycourt.pdf

 

The estimated financial impact to the District will be $3,000,000. The funding source will come from the Physical Plant Operations' budget. The financial impact amount represents an estimated contract value; however, the amount authorized will not exceed the estimated contract award amount.

 

EE-5. Recommendation for Additional Spending Authority - 15-074R - OEM Auto and Truck Parts and Accessories (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve an increase in spending authority for the above Invitation to Bid. Contract Term: January 22, 2015, through December 31, 2017, 3 Years; User Department: Student Transportation & Fleet Services; New Award Amount: $1,000,000; Awarded Vendor(s); Matthews Buses, Inc.; Minority/Women Business Enterprise Vendor(s): None

 

This request for an additional spending authority of $500,000 will provide for continuation of purchases through the term of the contract expiring December 31, 2017. Student Transportation & Fleet Services will be able to continue to purchase parts and supplies for the maintenance and repair of the current bus fleet.

 

The financial impact to the District will be $500,000.† The contract award amount was for $500,000. The request is to increase the spending authority by $500,000, bringing the new contract value to $1,000,000. The funding source will come from the Student Transportation & Fleet Services operating budget. The financial impact amount represents an estimated value; however, the amount authorized will not exceed the estimated contract award amount.

 

EE-6. Direct Negotiation Recommendation of $500,000 or Less - Healthcareer Certification Testing (Supporting Docs)

 

REVISED

 

Approve the direct negotiation agreement to the above contract. Contract Term: February 23, 2017, through February 21, 2020, 3 Years; User Department: Career, Technical, Adult and Community Education Department (CTACE); Award Amount: $270,000? $315,000; Awarded Vendor(s): Assessment Technologies Institute, LLC, d/b/a National Healthcareer Association; Minority/Women Business Enterprise Vendor(s): None

 

The National Healthcareer Association (NHA) collaborates with educational institutions nationwide with over 350,000 certified individuals. It is one of the largest certification and continuing education providers. NHA works with health training institutions, hospitals, unions, and the United States Defense Department; it has approved over 2400 training/testing locations throughout the United States and in several countries. NHA is the industry certification agency that provides students in all high school and technical schools that offer health science programs, industry certification assessments, and online practice materials. This Agreement will allow our students exposed to NHA curriculum to become certified and better able to become employed upon graduation.

 

This Agreement has been reviewed and approved as to form and legal content by the Office of the General Counsel.

 

The estimated financial impact to the District will be $240,000 $315,000. The funding source will come from the CTACE's operating budget. The financial impact represents an estimated contract value; however, the amount authorized will not exceed the contract award amount.

 

EE-7. Recommendation of $500,000 or Less - 17-016V - Drug and Alcohol Testing Services (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the recommendation to award the above Request for Proposal (RFP). Contract Term: April 1, 2017, through March 31, 2020, 3 Years; User Department: Risk Management; Award Amount: $280,000; Awarded Vendor(s): WorkforceQA, LLC; Minority/Women Business Enterprise Vendor(s): None

 

The School Board of Broward County, Florida (SBBC), received three (3) proposals in response to RFP 17-016V - Drug and Alcohol Testing Services. This RFP provides controlled substance and alcohol testing including specimen collection for District employees who perform work in safety sensitive positions or who are required to hold Commercial Drivers Licenses.

 

A copy of the RFP document is available online at: http://www.broward.k12.fl.us/supply/agenda/17-016V_DrugAlcoholTestingSvcs.pdf

 

This Agreement has been reviewed and approved as to form and legal content by the Office of the General Counsel.

 

The estimated financial impact to the District will be $280,000. The funding source will come from Risk Management's operating budget. The financial impact amount represents an estimated contract value; however, the amount authorized will not exceed the estimated contract award amount.

 

FF. OFFICE OF ACADEMICS

 

FF-1. Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, FL and Close Up Foundation (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve agreement with Close Up Foundation to provide services under the Enhanced Instructional Opportunities for Recently Arrived Immigrant Children and Youth Grant for Rally To The Tally.

 

The School Board of Broward County, FL is the recipient of a one-year grant to provide services to immigrant students.

 

This agreement has been reviewed and approved as to form and legal content by the Office of the General Counsel.

 

The financial impact is $390,000. This service follows Policy 3320 Section IX (A). The source of funds is Enhanced Instructional Opportunities for Recently Arrived Immigrant Children and Youth Grant. There is no additional financial impact to the district.

 

FF-2. First Amendment to the Agreement with Broward County Behavioral Health Services for funding to The School Board of Broward County, Florida Family Counseling Program, Agreement# 17-CP-CSA-8267-01 (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the amendment to the contract agreement between Broward County Behavioral Health Services (Children's Services Administration Section [CSAS]) and The School Board of Broward County, Florida.

 

On August 16, 2016, the Broward County Board of County Commissioners approved funding recommendations made by the Broward County Children's Services Administration Section (CSAS) for The School Board of Broward County, Florida Family Counseling Program (FCP) to receive a grant in the amount of $439,053 with a two-year renewal option. An additional grant of $202,321 via the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (Byrne/JAG) Juvenile Justice Counseling Program has now been awarded.

 

This agreement has been reviewed and approved as to form and legal content by the Office of General Counsel. This agreement will be executed by Broward County after School Board approval.

 

The positive impact to the District is $202,231.

 

GG. OFFICE OF HUMAN RESOURCES

 

HH. OFFICE OF THE GENERAL COUNSEL

 

II. OFFICE OF THE SUPERINTENDENT

 

II-1. John Rusnak Performing Arts Building (Supporting Docs)

 

SPECIAL ORDER - 2:00 P.M.

 

Approve the renaming of the 800 Building at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.

 

John Rusnak was the founding band director at Stoneman Douglas from 1990-2014. He was a pillar in the community and was responsible for growing the band to the high quality it is today. He unexpectedly passed away after 24 years of service to the Stoneman Douglas Community.

 

There is an estimated financial impact of $2,500. for signage. The source of funds is the school's budget and Internal Accounts.

 

II-2. Give Kids the World Band Performance by Silver Trail Middle School (Supporting Docs)

 

ADDED

 

Approve Indemnity Agreement for Silver Trail Middle School to perform in Orlando, Florida for Give Kids the World, Inc.(GKTW), a State of Florida non-profit organization.

 

GKTW is an organization that grants and fulfills wishes to sick children and their families. Silver Trail Middle School band will perform for these children and their families followed by a tour of the facility.

 

There is no financial impact to the District.

 

II-3. Agreement between the City of Coconut Creek, Florida and The School Board of Broward County, Florida (Supporting Docs)

 

ADDED

 

Approve the Agreement between the City of Coconut Creek, Florida and The School Board of Broward County, Florida.

 

The City of Coconut Creek requests approval of the Agreement to remove the existing Bi-Directional Amplifier (BDA) and install a new BDA at Coconut Creek High School. The purpose of the installation of the new BDA system is to provide for better radio coverage throughout the School for the city police officers and other emergency responders that may enter the School for any reason.

 

There is no financial impact to the District.

 

JJ. OFFICE OF FACILITIES AND CONSTRUCTION

 

JJ-1. First Amendment to Professional Services Agreement - Williamson Dacar Associates, Inc. - SMART Program Single Point of Entry - Rickards, James S. Middle School - Project No. P.001743 (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the First Amendment to the Professional Services Agreement dated August 16, 2016 with Williamson Dacar Associates, Inc., Rickards, James S. Middle School, SMART Program Single Point of Entry, Project No. P.001743, in the amount of $5,230.

 

The purpose of this First Amendment to the Professional Services Agreement with Williamson Dacar Associates, Inc. is to increase the Basic Services fee in the amount of $5,230 to cover the acceleration of the Single Point of Entry (SPE). Currently, this project schedule has construction commencing on January 4, 2018. Approval of this First Amendment will allow bids to be received and a construction contract awarded so that construction of the SPE may commence in July 2017. Additionally, if approved, this First Amendment will allow the acceleration of the SPE construction by approximately six months. This has a cost savings of roughly $5,000. Staff is looking at all SMART projects for similar opportunities to accelerate scope.

 

This agreement has been reviewed and approved as to form and legal content by the Office of the General Counsel.

 

This project has been appropriated in the Adopted District Educational Facilities Plan (September 7, 2016) and in the Districtís Capital Budget.

 

KK. OFFICE OF FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

 

LL. OFFICE OF PORTFOLIO SERVICES

 

LL-1. First Amendment to the Existing Educational Mitigation Agreement Related to Land Use Plan Amendment PCT 05-3 (Supporting Docs)

 

SPECIAL ORDER - 2:30 P.M.

 

Approve the First Amendment to the existing Educational Mitigation Agreement related to Land Use Plan Amendment (LUPA) PCT 05-3 as amended by PCT 15-1 and as proposed by the City of Fort Lauderdale for 5,000 additional residential units included in Land Use Text Amendment PCT 15-1, located in the City of Fort Lauderdale, and as delineated in the First Amended Educational Mitigation Agreement.

 

Approval of the First Amendment to the existing Educational Mitigation Agreement for LUPA PCT 05-3 is being requested by the City of Fort Lauderdale. The purpose is to enable the inclusion of 5,000 additional multi-family (as requested by the Broward County Planning Council to be reviewed as all mid-rise) residential units proposed (via Land Use Text Amendment PCT 15-1) in the City's Regional Activity Center (RAC).

 

See Supporting Docs for continuation of Summary Explanation and Background.

 

This Agreement has been reviewed and approved as to form and legal content by Alan Gabriel, District Cadre Attorney and subsequently by the Office of the General Counsel. This Agreement will be executed after School Board approval.

 

There is an estimated $2,851,000 positive financial impact to the District from the payment of school impact fees due for the 5,000 additional units.

 

LL-2. Lease Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida and Greg Edward Murphins (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the Lease Agreement between The School Board of Broward of Broward County, Florida and Greg Edward Murphins for ground lease pertaining to the Resident on Campus Security (ROCS) program.

 

For the purposes of this Agreement and pursuant to Section 119.071, Florida Statute, the law enforcement officers' school location and Exhibits A, B, and C have been redacted. The ROCS program was established in the Broward County School District in the early 1980's to address theft, vandalism, and trespassing on school campuses during after school hours.

 

See Supporting Docs for continuation of Summary Explanation and Background.

 

This Agreement has been executed by Mr. Murphins and reviewed and approved as to form and legal content by the Office of the General Counsel, and upon its approval by the School Board, will become effective.

 

There is a positive financial impact of $210.68 to the District for each year of the Agreement and $632.04 over the three (3) year term of this Agreement. This dollar amount will be applied to the school's utility cost for the ROCS mobile home.

 

LL-3. Agreement of Sale and Purchase between The School Board of Broward County, Florida and Broward County (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the Agreement of Sale and Purchase between The School Board of Broward County, Florida (School Board) and Broward County (BC) for the purchase of the site commonly referred to as Rock Island Acreage (Site No. 370.3)

 

Section 1013.28, Florida Statutes (FS) allows a school board to dispose of any land or real property that is by resolution of the board, if recommended in an educational plant survey and determined to be unnecessary for educational or ancillary purposes.

 

See Supporting Docs for continuation of Summary Explanation and Background.

 

This Agreement has been reviewed and approved as to form and legal content by a District Cadre Attorney and the Office of the General Counsel, and upon its approval by the School Board, due diligence processes towards purchase and closing on the property will commence.

 

At the time this sale is closed, there will be a positive financial impact of $3,130,000. to the School Board. Currently, the closing of this sale is anticipated to occur prior to the end of the 2017/18 fiscal year. See Supporting Docs for continuation of Financial Impact.

 

LL-4. Lease Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida and Eric David Strzalkowski (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the Lease Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida and Eric David Strzalkowski for ground lease pertaining to the Resident on Campus Security (ROCS) program.

 

For the purposes of this Agreement and pursuant to Section 119.071, Florida Statute, the law enforcement officers' school location and Exhibits A, B, and C have been redacted. The ROCS program was established in the Broward County School District in the early 1980's to address theft, vandalism, and trespassing on school campuses during after school hours.

 

See Supporting DOCS for continuation of Summary Explanation and Background.

 

This Agreement has been executed by Mr. Strzalkowski and reviewed and approved as to form and legal content by the Office of the General Counsel, and upon its approval by the School Board, will become effective.

 

There is a positive financial impact of $210.68 to the District for each year of the Agreement and $632.04 over the three (3) year term of this Agreement. This dollar amount will be applied to the school's utility cost for the ROCS mobile home.

 

LL-5. Lease Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida and Steven Robert Jepkema (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the Lease Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida and Steven Robert Jepkema for ground lease pertaining to the Resident on Campus Security (ROCS) program.

 

For the purposes of this Agreement and pursuant to Section 119.071, Florida Statute, the law enforcement officer's school location and Exhibits A, B, and C have been redacted. The ROCS program was established in the Broward County School District in the early 1980's to address theft, vandalism, and trespassing on school campuses during after school hours.

 

See Supporting Docs for continuation of Summary Explanation and Background.

 

This Agreement has been executed by Mr. Jepkema and reviewed and approved as to form and legal content by the Office of the General Counsel, and upon its approval by the School Board, will become effective.

 

There is a positive financial impact of $210.68 to the District for each year of the Agreement and $632.04 over the three (3) year term of this Agreement. This dollar amount will be applied to the school's utility cost for the ROCS mobile home.

 

LL-6. Lease Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida and Joseph B. Tango (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the Lease Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida and Joseph B. Tango for ground lease pertaining to the Resident on Campus Security (ROCS) program.

 

For the purposes of this Agreement and pursuant to Section 119.071, Florida Statute, the law enforcement officer's school location and Exhibits A, B, and C have been redacted. The ROCS program was established in the Broward County School District in the early 1980's to address theft, vandalism, and trespassing on school campuses during after school hours.

 

See supporting docs for continuation of Summary Explanation and Background.

 

This Agreement has been executed by Mr. Tango and reviewed and approved as to form and legal content by the Office of the General Counsel, and upon its approval by the School Board, will become effective.

 

There is a positive financial impact of $210.68 to the District for each year of the Agreement and $632.04 over the three (3) year term of this Agreement. This dollar amount will be applied to the school's utility cost for the ROCS mobile home.

 

LL-7. Lease Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida and Louis Anthony Marchese (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the Lease Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida and Louis Anthony Marchese for ground lease pertaining to the Resident on Campus Security (ROCS) program.

 

For the purposes of this Agreement and pursuant to Section 119.071, Florida Statute, the law enforcement officer's school location and Exhibits A, B, and C have been redacted. The ROCS program was established in the Broward County School District in the early 1980's to address theft, vandalism, and trespassing on school campuses during after school hours.

 

See Supporting Docs for continuation of Summary Explanation and Background.

 

This Agreement has been executed by Mr. Marchese and reviewed and approved as to form and legal content by the Office of the General Counsel, and upon its approval by the School Board, will become effective.

 

There is a positive impact of $210.68 to the District for each year of the Agreement and $632.04 over the three (3) year term of this Agreement. This dollar amount will be applied to the school's utility cost for the ROCS mobile home in annual rental revenue plus payments of utility costs to the School District.

 

LL-8. Lease Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida and Robert Paul Goulding (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the Lease Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida and Robert Paul Goulding for ground lease pertaining to the Resident on Campus Security (ROCS) program.

 

For the purposes of this Agreement and pursuant to Section 119.071, Florida Statute, the law enforcement officer's school location and Exhibits A, B, and C have been redacted. The ROCS program was established in the Broward County School District in the early 1980's to address theft, vandalism, and trespassing on school campuses during after school hours.

 

See Supporting Docs for continuation of Summary Explanation and Background.

 

This Agreement has been executed by Mr. Goulding and reviewed and approved as to form and legal content by the Office of the General Counsel, and upon its approval by the School Board, will become effective.

 

There is a positive financial impact of $210.68 to the District for each year of the Agreement and $632.04 over the three (3) year term of this Agreement. This dollar amount will be applied to the school's utility cost for the ROCS mobile home.

 

LL-9. Lease Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida and William B. Smith (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the Lease Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida and William B. Smith for ground lease pertaining to the Resident on Campus Security (ROCS) Program.

 

For the purposes of this Agreement and pursuant to Section 119.071, Florida Statute, the law enforcement officers' school location and Exhibits A, B, and C have been redacted. The ROCS program was established in the Broward County School District in the early 1980's to address theft, vandalism, and trespassing on school campuses during after school hours.

 

See Supporting Docs for continuation of Summary Explanation and Background.

 

This Agreement has been executed by Mr. Smith and reviewed and approved as to form and legal content by the Office of the General Counsel and upon its approval by the School board, will become effective.

 

There is a financial impact of $210.68 to the District for each year of the Agreement and $632.04 over the three (3) year term of this Agreement. This dollar amount will be applied to the school's utility cost for the ROCS mobile home.

 

LL-10. Lease Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida and Dean Michael Soubasis (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the Lease Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida and Dean Michael Soubasis for ground lease pertaining to the Resident on Campus Security (ROCS) program.

 

For the purposes of this Agreement and pursuant to Section 119.071, Florida Statute, the law enforcement officer's school location and Exhibits A, B, and C have been redacted. The ROCS program was established in the Broward County School District in the early 1980's to address theft, vandalism, and trespassing on school campuses during after school hours.

 

See Supporting Docs for continuation of Summary Explanation and Background.

 

This Agreement has been executed by Mr. Soubasis and reviewed and approved as to form and legal content by the Office of the General Counsel and upon its approval by the School Board, will become effective.

 

There is a positive financial impact of $210.68 to the District for each year of the Agreement and $632.04 over the three (3) year term of this Agreement. This dollar amount will be applied to the school's utility cost for the ROCS mobile home.

 

LL-11. Lease Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida and Daniel P. Casey (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the Lease Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida and Daniel P. Casey for ground lease pertaining to the Resident on Campus Security (ROCS) program.

 

For the purposes of this Agreement and pursuant to Section 119.071, Florida Statute, the law enforcement officer's school location and Exhibits A, B, and C have been redacted. The ROCS program was established in the Broward County School District in the early 1980's to address theft, vandalism, and trespassing on school campuses during after school hours.

 

See Supporting DOCS for continuation of Summary Explanation and Background.

 

This Agreement has been executed by Mr. Casey and reviewed and approved as to form and legal content by the Office of the General Counsel, and upon its approval by the School Board, will become effective.

 

There is a positive financial impact of $210.68 to the District for each year of the Agreement and $632.04 over the three (3) year term of this Agreement. This dollar amount will be applied to the school's utility cost for the ROCS mobile home.

 

LL-12. Lease Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida and Jo Ann Brown Carter (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the Lease Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida and JoAnn Brown Carter for ground lease pertaining to the Resident on Campus Security (ROCS) program.

 

For the purposes of this Agreement and pursuant to Section 119.071, Florida Statute, the law enforcement officers' school location and Exhibits A, B, and C have redacted.

 

See Supporting DOCS for continuation of Summary Explanation and Background.

 

This Agreement has been executed by Ms. Carter and reviewed and approved as to form and legal content by the Office of the General Counsel, and upon its approval by the School Board, will become effective.

 

There is a positive financial impact of $210.68 to the District for each year of the Agreement and $632.04 over the three (3) year term of this Agreement. This dollar amount will be applied to the school's utility cost for the ROCS mobile home.

 

LL-13. Lease Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida and Bernard Lemar Hilson (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the Lease Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida and Bernard Lemar Hilson for ground lease pertaining to the Resident on Campus Security (ROCS) program.

 

For the purposes of this Agreement and pursuant to Section 119.071, Florida Statute, the law enforcement officer's school location and Exhibits A, B, and C have been redacted. The ROCS program was established in the Broward County School District in the early 1980's to address theft, vandalism, and trespassing on school campuses during after school hours.

 

See Supporting Docs for continuation of Summary Explanation and Background.

 

This Agreement has been executed by Mr. Hilson and reviewed and approved as to form and legal content by the Office of the General Counsel, and upon its approval by the School Board, will become effective.

 

There is a positive financial impact of $210.68 to the District for each year of the Agreement and $632.04 over the three (3) year term of this Agreement. This dollar amount will be applied to the school's utility cost for the ROCS mobile home.

 

LL-14. Lease Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida and Orlando Adevio Muniz-Bueno (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the Lease Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida and Orlando Adevio Muniz-Bueno for ground lease pertaining to the Resident on Campus Security (ROCS) program.

 

For the purposes of this Agreement and pursuant to Section 119.071, Florida Statute, the law enforcement officers' school location and Exhibits A, B, and C have been redacted. The ROCS program was established in the Broward County School District in the early 1980's to address theft, vandalism, and trespassing on school campuses during after school hours.

 

See Supporting Docs for continuation of Summary Explanation and Background.

 

This Agreement has been executed by Mr. Muniz-Bueno and reviewed and approved as to form and legal content by the Office of the General Counsel, and upon its approval by the School Board, will become effective.

 

There is a positive financial impact of $210.68 to the District for each year of the Agreement and $632.04 over the three (3) year term of this Agreement. This dollar amount will be applied to the school's utility cost for the ROCS mobile home.

 

LL-15. Lease Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida and Eric Michael Meyers (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the Lease Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida and Eric Michael Meyers for ground lease pertaining to the Resident on Campus Security (ROCS) program.

 

For the purposes of this Agreement and pursuant to Section 119.071, Florida Statute, the law enforcement officers' school location and Exhibits A, B, and C have been redacted. The ROCS program was established in the Broward County School District in the early 1980's to address theft, vandalism, and trespassing on school campuses during after school hours.

 

See Supporting Docs for continuation of Summary Explanation and Background.

 

This Agreement has been executed by Mr. Meyers and reviewed and approved as to form and legal content by the Office of the General Counsel, and upon its approval by the School Board, will become effective.

 

There is a positive financial impact of $210.68 to the District for each year of the Agreement and $632.04 over the three (3) year term of this Agreement. This dollar amount will be applied to the school's utility cost for the ROCS mobile home.

 

LL-16. Lease Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida and Robert Arnold Sorenson (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the Lease Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida and Robert Arnold Sorenson for ground lease pertaining to the Resident on Campus Security (ROCS) program.

 

For the purposes of this Agreement and pursuant to Section 119.071, Florida Statute, the law enforcement officer's school location and Exhibits A,B, and C has been redacted. The ROCS program was established in the Broward County School District in the early 1980's to address theft, vandalism, and trespassing on school campuses during after school hours.

 

See Supporting Docs for continuation of Summary Explanation and Background.

 

This Agreement has been executed by Mr. Sorenson and reviewed and approved as to form and legal content by the Office of the General Counsel, and upon its approval by the School Board, will become effective.

 

There is a positive financial impact of $210.68 to the District for each year of the Agreement and $632.04 over the three (3) year term of this Agreement. This dollar amount will be applied to the school's utility cost for the ROCS mobile home.

 

LL-17. Lease Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida and Robert Perry Wallace (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the Lease Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida and Robert Perry Wallace for ground lease pertaining to the Resident on Campus Security (ROCS) program.

 

For the purposes of this Agreement and pursuant to Section 119.071, Florida Statue, the law enforcement officers' school location and Exhibits A, B, and C have been redacted. The ROCS program was established in the Broward County School District in the early 1980's to address theft, vandalism, and trespassing on school campuses during after school hours.

 

See Supporting Docs for continuation of Summary Explanation and Background.

 

This Agreement has been executed by Mr. Wallace and reviewed and approved as to form and legal content by the Office of the General Counsel, and upon its approval by the School Board, will become effective.

 

There is a positive financial impact of $210.68 to the District for each year of the Agreement and $632.04 over the three (3) year term of this Agreement. This dollar amount will be applied to the school's utility cost for the ROCS mobile home.

 

LL-18. Lease Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida and Michael Richard Elwell (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the Lease Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida and Michael Richard Elwell for ground lease pertaining to the Resident on Campus Security (ROCS) program.

 

For the purposes of this Agreement and pursuant to Section 119.071, Florida Statute, the law enforcement officers' school location and Exhibits A, B, and C have been redacted. The ROCS program was established in the Broward County School District in the early 1980's to address theft, vandalism, and trespassing on school campuses during after school hours.

 

See Supporting Docs for continuation of Summary Explanation and Background.

 

This Agreement has been executed by Mr. Elwell and reviewed and approved as to form and legal content by the Office of the General Counsel, and upon its approval by the School Board, will become effective.

 

There is a positive financial impact of $210.68 to the District for each year of the Agreement and $632.04 over the three (3) year term of this Agreement. This dollar amount will be applied to the school's utility cost for the ROCS mobile home.

 

LL-19. Lease Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida and Edwin Reynolds Smith (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the Lease Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida and Edwin Reynolds Smith for ground lease pertaining to the Resident on Campus Security (ROCS) program.

 

For the purposes of this Agreement and pursuant to Section 119.071, Florida Statute, the law enforcement officers' school location and Exhibits A, B, and C have been redacted. The ROCS program was established in the Broward County School District in the early 1980's to address theft, vandalism, and trespassing on school campuses during after school hours.

 

See Supporting Docs for continuation of Summary Explanation and Background.

 

This Agreement has been executed by Mr. Smith and reviewed and approved as to form and legal content by the Office of the General Counsel, and upon its approval by the School Board, will become effective.

 

There is a positive financial impact of $210.68 to the District for each year of the Agreement and $632.04 over the three (3) year term of this Agreement. The dollar amount will be applied to the school's utility cost for the ROCS mobile home.

 

LL-20. Lease Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida and Mark Allen Shoaff (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the Lease Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida and Mark Allen Shoaff for ground lease pertaining to the Resident on Campus Security (ROCS) program.

 

For the purposes of this Agreement and pursuant to Section 119.071, Florida Statute, the law enforcement officer's' school location and Exhibits A, B, and C have been redacted. The ROCS program was established in the Broward County School District in the early 1980's to address theft, vandalism, and trespassing on school campuses during after school hours.

 

See Supporting Docs for continuation of Summary Explanation and Background.

 

This Agreement has been executed by Mr. Shoaff and reviewed and approved as to form and legal content by the Office of the General Counsel, and upon its approval by the School Board, will become effective.

 

There is a positive financial impact of $210.68 to the District for each year of the Agreement and $632.04 over the three (3) year term of this Agreement. This dollar amount will be applied to the school's utility cost for the ROCS mobile home.

 

LL-21. Lease Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida and Jon Alexander Cooke (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the Lease Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida and Jon Alexander Cooke for ground lease pertaining to the Resident on Campus Security (ROCS) program.

 

For the purposes of this Agreement and pursuant to Section 119.071, Florida Statute, the law enforcement officers' school location and Exhibits A, B, and C have been redacted. The ROCS program was established in the Broward County School in the early 1980's to address theft, vandalism, and trespassing on school campuses during after school hours.

 

See Supporting Docs for continuation of Summary Explanation and Background.

 

This Agreement has been executed by Mr. Cooke and reviewed and approved as to form and legal content by the Office of the General Counsel, and upon its approval by the School Board, will become effective.

 

There is a positive financial impact of $210.68 to the District for each year of the Agreement and $632.04 over the three (3) year term of this Agreement. This dollar amount will be applied to the school's utility cost for the ROCS mobile home.

 

ATTORNEY CLIENT SESSION(S)

 

ADJOURNMENT

 

PURSUANT TO FLORIDA STATUTE 286.0105:† If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the School Board with respect to any matter considered at a meeting or hearing, he/she will need a record of the proceedings, and for such purpose, he/she may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.

 

Individuals with disabilities requesting accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act of 2008, (ADAAA) may call Equal Educational Opportunities/ADA Compliance Department at 754-321-2150 or Teletype Machine (TTY) 754-321-2158.