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THE SCHOOL BOARD OF BROWARD COUNTY, FLORIDA

 

OFFICE OF THE SUPERINTENDENT

 

School Board Operational Meeting

 

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 06, 2017 10:05 AM

Board Room of the Kathleen C. Wright Administration Center

600 Southeast Third Avenue

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

 

EXPLANATION OF AGENDA FOR OPERATIONAL MEETING

 

 

 

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

 

September 5, 2017

 

SPEAKERS:

1. Derick Jackson   (WITHDRAWN)

 

G-4.  Recommendations for Non-Instructional Separation of Employment and Discipline for the 2017-2018 School Year   (REVISED)

 

August 31, 2017

 

ITEMS:

G-3. Personnel Recommendations for Non-Instructional Appointments and Leaves for the 2017-2018 School Year   (REVISED)

FF-2. Second Amendment between The School Board of Broward County, Florida and College Entrance Examination (College Board) for SAT and PSAT School Days   (REVISED)

 

 

CALL TO ORDER

 

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

 

MINUTES FOR APPROVAL

 

July 5, 2017 - Special Meeting (Supporting Docs)

August 22, 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

 

5:00 P.M. - (Speakers will be heard immediately following the Regular School Board meeting or at 5 p.m., whichever is earliest or as close to those times as possible.)

 

1. Derick Jackson   (WITHDRAWN)

2. Youssef Wardani

3. Julie Ganas

4. Trudy Jermanovich

5. Joan King

6. Elijah Manley

7. Sandra Nunez

8. Allicia Walford

9. David Zapata

10. Doug Green

 

ITEMS

 

Consent agenda items will be noted by a single letter, and open agenda items will be noted by double letters in accordance with Policy 1100A.

 

G. OFFICE OF HUMAN RESOURCES

 

G-1. Personnel Recommendations for Instructional Appointments and Leaves for 2017-2018 School Year (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the personnel recommendations for the 2017-2018 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 2017-2018 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

 

There will be no financial impact to the School District.

 

G-3. Personnel Recommendations for Non-Instructional Appointments and Leaves for the 2017-2018 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 2017-2018 school/fiscal year for all appointments through June 30, 2018.

 

G-4. Personnel Recommendations for Non-Instructional Separation of Employment and Discipline for the 2017-2018 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 3 (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the recommended supplemental pay positions of employees for the 2017/2018 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 2017-2018 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 2017-2018 school/fiscal year for all supplements through June 30, 2018.

 

GG. OFFICE OF HUMAN RESOURCES

 

A. RESOLUTIONS

 

AA. RESOLUTIONS

 

B. BOARD MEMBERS

 

BB. BOARD MEMBERS

 

CC. BOARD POLICIES

 

DD. OFFICE OF THE CHIEF AUDITOR

 

DD-1. Internal Audit Report - Audit of the Internal Funds of Selected Schools (Supporting Docs)

 

Receive Internal Audit Report - Audit of the Internal Funds of Selected Schools.

 

An audit of the Internal Funds of Selected Schools was performed, as authorized by the Florida State Board of Education Administrative Rule 6A-1.087(2) and School Board Policy 1002.1.

 

The Audit report contains thirty-three (33) schools. Our audits indicated that the thirty-three (33) schools complied with policies and procedures. There were no schools that contained audit exceptions.

 

The Audit Committee reviewed and approved this report for transmittal to the School Board during the Audit Committee's June 22, 2017 meeting.

 

The source of funds to perform the Internal Audit Report was the General Fund budget allocation for the Office of the Chief Auditor. There is no additional financial impact to the School District.

 

DD-2. Internal Audit Report - Property and Inventory Audits of Selected Locations (Supporting Docs)

 

Receive Internal Audit Report - Property and Inventory Audits of Selected Locations.

 

Property and Inventory Audits of Selected Locations were performed, pursuant to the Florida Statute 274.02(2), The Rules of the Florida Administrative Code, Section 691-73, and School Board Policies 1002.1 and 3204.

 

The Audit report contains fifteen (15) locations. Our audits indicated that fifteen (15) locations complied with policies and procedures. There were no locations that contained audit exceptions.

 

The Audit Committee reviewed and approved this report for transmittal to the School Board during the Committee's June 22, 2017 meeting.

 

The source of funds to perform the Internal Audit Report was the General Fund budget allocation for the Office of the Chief Auditor. There is no additional financial impact to the School District.

 

 

DD-3. Internal Audit Report - Current Status Update of the McGladrey, LLP Operational Review of the Office of Facilities and Construction-June 2017 (Supporting Docs)

 

Receive Internal Audit Report - Current Status Update of the McGladrey, LLP Operational Review of the Office of Facilities and Construction-June 2017.

 

See Supporting Docs for continuation of Summary Explanation and Background.

 

The source of funds to perform the Internal Audit Report was the General Fund budget allocation for the Office of the Chief Auditor. There is no additional financial impact to the School District.

 

DD-4. Internal Audit Report - Summary of Audit Activities for the 2016-2017 Fiscal Year and Proposed Audit Plan for the 2017-2018 Fiscal Year for the Office of the Chief Auditor (Supporting Docs)

 

Receive Internal Audit Report - Summary of Audit Activities for the 2016-2017 Fiscal Year and Proposed Audit Plan for the 2017-2018 Fiscal Year for the Office of the Chief Auditor.

 

In accordance with School Board Policy 1002.1 - Office of the Chief Auditor (OCA), we are submitting the 2017-2018 Proposed Audit Plan, which consists of audits to be performed during the 2017-2018 fiscal year.

 

See Supporting Docs for continuation of Summary Explanation and Background.

 

The Audit Committee reviewed and approved this report for transmittal to the School Board during the Audit Committee's June 22, 2017 meeting.

 

The source of funds to perform the Internal Audit Report was the General Fund budget allocation for the Office of the Chief Auditor. There is no additional financial impact to the School District.

 

E. OFFICE OF STRATEGY & OPERATIONS

 

E-1. Pre-Qualification of Contractors - Superintendent’s Recommendations Regarding 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 August 16, 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 the 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-081617.pdf

 

There is no financial impact to the District.

 

E-2. Supplier Diversity Outreach Program Report as of August 10, 2017 (Supporting Docs)

 

Receive Supplier Diversity Outreach Program (SDOP) Report.

 

The SDOP report is in accordance with Board Policy 3330 Supplier Diversity Outreach Program 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. Recommendation to Award Invitation to Bid - 18-029R-1 - HVAC-R and Cooling Tower Equipment (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the recommendation to award for the above Invitation to Bid (ITB). Contract Term: September 7, 2017 through June 30, 2020, 3 Years; User Department: Physical Plant Operations; Award Amount: $0; Awarded Vendor(s): P.E.C.O. Enterprises, Inc.; The Ware Group, LLC, d/b/a Johnstone Supply; Trane U.S. Inc.; Small/Minority/Women Business Enterprise Vendor(s): P.E.C.O. Enterprises, Inc.

 

This request is to amend the existing ITB 18-029R to add additional vendors. This Bid will be utilized mainly by the Physical Plant Operations Department for the purchase of new HVAC-R and Cooling Tower Equipment.

 

A copy of the bid documents are available online at:

http://www.broward.k12.fl.us/supply/agenda/18-029R_ITB_HVAC-R_CoolingTowerEquip.pdf

 

There is no financial impact to the District.

 

E-4. Recommendation to Approve Agreements - 17-144N - School Uniforms (Elementary & Middle Schools) (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the recommendation to award the above Agreements. Contract Term: September 7, 2017 through August 31, 2020, 2 Years, 11 Months; User Department: Office of School Performance & Accountability; Awarded Amount: None; Awarded Vendor(s): Carlyn International Corporation; Planet T Uniforms; Small/Minority/Women Business Enterprise Vendor(s): Carlyn International Corporation

 

This Request For Proposal (RFP) allows parents to purchase uniforms for mandatory uniform programs, unified dress code programs, and traditional school uniforms from a pool of qualified vendors for elementary and middle schools. This RFP includes but is not limited to pleated skirts, jumpers, skorts, culottes, crewneck shirts, etc. in children and adult student sizes.

 

A copy of the Bid document is available online at: http://www.broward.k12.fl.us/supply/agenda/17-144N_RFP_SchoolUniforms.pdf

 

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

 

There is no financial impact to the District.

 

E-5. Recommendation to Approve Agreement - 17-045-1N - School Pictures (Excludes Senior Portraits) (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the recommendation to award the above Agreement. Contract Term: September 7, 2017 through September 20, 2019, 2 Years; User Department: Office of School Performance & Accountability; Awarded Amount: None; Awarded Vendor(s): 11; Small/Minority/Women Business Enterprise Vendor(s): Nick's Photo Studio of Broward, LLC.

 

See Supporting Docs for continuation of Requested Action.

 

The Request for Proposal (RFP) 17-045-1N - School Pictures (Excludes Senior Portraits) provides a pool of qualified school picture providers to take pictures of students, faculty members, and school administrators. Based on the re-release of the RFP on May 12, 2017, we are recommending the addition of Sports Section of South Florida, Inc., d/b/a TSS Photography as an approved vendor.

 

A copy of the Bid document is available online at: http://www.broward.k12.fl.us/supply/agenda/17-045-1N_RFP_SchoolPictures.pdf

 

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-6. Recommendation to Reject all Bids - 18-051T - Fire Alarm Equipment, Parts, and Components (Supporting Docs)

 

SEE ITEM EE-12

 

Approve the recommendation to reject all bids for the above Invitation to Bid (ITB).

 

This is a recommendation to reject all bids. The School Board of Broward County, Florida, released an ITB on July 19, 2017 through August 9, 2017. The District received four (4) bids. Pursuant to Section 3, General Conditions 6 of ITB 18-051T: "In the best interest of SBBC, the Board reserves the right to: .... Reject any or all bids received when there is sound documented business reasons that serve the best interests of SBBC ...."

 

There is no financial impact to the District.

 

EE. OFFICE OF STRATEGY & OPERATIONS

 

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

 

Approve the submission of the following grant applications (A-Q): A. Aetna Foundation..., $300 (awarded) B. Community Foundation of Broward..., $75,000 (requested) C. City of Coral Springs...Coral Springs High, $3,000 (requested) D. City of Coral Springs...Coral Springs Middle, $9,274 (requested) E. D'Addario Foundation, $2,500 (requested) F. Florida Department of Agriculture..., $600,000 (requested) G. Florida Department of Education..., $3,444,000 (requested) H. Florida Job Growth...Atlantic Technical College, $870,000 (requested) I. Florida Job Growth...McFatter Technical College, $484,200 (requested) List is continued in the Summary Explanation and Background section below.

 

J. Florida Job Growth...Sheridan Technical College, $508,091 (requested) K. Florida Panthers Foundation..., $25,000 (requested) L. JetBlue Foundation, $100,000 (requested) M. Our Fund Foundation, $15,000 (requested) N. Ross..., $500 (requested) O. The OCHO Project..., $500 (awarded) P. Volunteer Florida..., $13,000 (requested) Q. Walmart Foundation..., $1,720 (requested)

 

Copies of the grants and executive summaries are 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 all projects are awarded is $6,152,085 from various sources.

 

EE-2. Letter of Agreement with the Dairy Council of Florida (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida, and the Dairy Council of Florida. The Agreement begins the day after School Board approval and ends on July 31, 2018.

 

The Dairy Council of Florida, in partnership with the Miami Dolphins, have selected Broward County elementary and middle schools to receive up to 200 National Football League (NFL) Fuel Up to Play 60 flag football kits. In addition, there will be online training modules for physical education teachers, developed in partnership with the Society of Health and Physical Educators, for teachers to learn how to use the kits. Fuel Up to Play 60 is an in-school physical activity and nutrition program created by the National Dairy Council and the NFL.

 

The program encourages youth to consume low-fat and fat-free dairy, fruits, vegetables, lean meats, and whole grains while achieving at least 60 minutes of physical activity every day.

 

In exchange for this in-kind donation, the District agrees to ensure all schools that receive the Fuel Up to Play 60 flag football kits enroll in the Fuel Up to Play 60 program and complete the 6 steps for Fuel Up to Play 60 by the end of the 2017/18 school year.

 

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

 

The positive financial impact is $60,000 worth of physical education equipment in the form of an in-kind donation of 200 flag football kits valued at $300 each. There is no additional financial impact to the District.

 

EE-3. Recommendation for Additional Spending Authority - 15-062R - New Tires (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the additional spending authority for the Invitation to Bid (ITB). Contract Term: December 10, 2014 through December 31, 2017, 3 Years; User Department: Pupil Transportation & Fleet Services; Additional Requested Amount: $374,000; New Award Amount: $2,974,000; Awarded Vendor(s): Boulevard Tire Center; Dan Callaghan Enterprises; Tiresoles of Broward, Inc.; Small/Minority/Women Business Enterprise Vendor(s): None.

 

This request is for additional spending authority for ITB 15-062R - New Tires. The additional spending authority will provide Pupil Transportation & Fleet Services the ability to purchase new tires for the District's fleet inventory of over 1,300 school buses, 850 trucks, off-road equipment, and nearly 1600 vehicles. A new bid will be re-leased before the expiration of the current ITB.

 

The estimated financial impact will be $374,000. The contract award amount was for $2,600,000. The request is to increase the spending authority by $374,000, bringing the new contract value to $2,974,000. The funding source will come from the Pupil Transportation & Fleet Services budget. The financial impact amount represents an estimated contract value; however, the amount authorized will not exceed the estimated contract award amount

 

EE-4. Recommendation to Approve Additional Spending Authority - 51-009B - Exam Gloves (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the additional spending authority. Contract Term: July 12, 2012 through July 12, 2020, 8 Years; User Department: District-wide; Additional Requested Amount: $240,000; New Award Amount: $803,891; Awarded Vendor(s): Florida Association of Rehabilitation Facilities/Respect of Florida; Small/Minority/Women Business Enterprise Vendor(s): None.

 

The District utilizes exam gloves in many capacities including but not limited to brushing teeth and medical procedures in the classroom. Procurement & Warehousing Services current method for procuring these items is a piggyback off the State of Florida’s contract, RESPECT 914-000-10 that expires on July 12, 2020. This request is to approve the recommendation for additional spending authority to cover expenses through its expiration.

 

The estimated financial impact to the District will be $240,000. The contract amount was for $563,891. The request is to increase the spending authority by $240,000, bringing the new contract value to $803,891. The funding source will come from various school and department operating budgets. The financial impact amount represents an estimated contract value; however, the amount authorized will not exceed the estimated contract award amount.

 

EE-5. Recommendation of $500,000 or Greater - 18-020B - Custodial Chemicals (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the recommendation to award the above Invitation to Bid (ITB). Contract Term: November 1, 2017 through April 30, 2019, 18 Months; User Department: Material Logistics; Award Amount: $633,000; Awarded Vendor(s): 9; Small/Minority/Women Enterprise Vendor(s): 4.

 

See Supporting Docs for continuation of Requested Action.

 

The School Board of Broward County, Florida, received twelve (12) proposals in response to ITB 18-020B - Custodial Chemicals. This Bid allows the Central Warehouse to purchase pre-approved cleaning and sanitizing products necessary to maintain clean and healthy environments throughout the District.

 

A copy of the Bid documents are available online at: http://www.broward.k12.fl.us/supply/agenda/18-020B_CustodialChemicals.pdf

 

The estimated financial impact to the District will be $633,000. The funding source will come from the Central Warehouse inventory budget. The financial impact amount represents an estimated contract value; however, the amount authorized will not exceed the estimated contract amount.

 

EE-6. Recommendation of $500,000 or Less - 18-092B Medical and Dental Supplies and Equipment (Catalog) (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the recommendation to award the above Invitation to Bid (ITB). Contract Term: October 1, 2017 through September 30, 2020, 2 Years, 11 Months; User Department: District-wide; Award Amount: $120,000; Awarded Vendor(s): Dan Enterprises Team LLC; NM Enterprises of Plantation, Inc., d/b/a Medix USA; School Health Corporation; School Nurse Supply, Inc.; Small/Minority/Women Business Enterprise Vendor(s): Dan Enterprises Team LLC; NM Enterprises of Plantation, Inc., d/b/a Medix USA.

 

This ITB will facilitate the purchase of medical and dental supplies throughout the District in various capacities. These items include, but are not limited to first aid kits, toothpaste, toothbrush, adhesive bandages, etc.

 

A copy of the Bid document is available online at: http://www.broward.k12.fl.us/supply/agenda/18-092B_ITB_MedicalandDental.pdf

 

The estimated financial impact to the District will be $120,000. The funding source will come from various school and department operating budgets. The financial impact amount represents an estimated contract value; however, the amount authorized will not exceed the estimated contract award amount.

 

EE-7. Recommendation of $500,000 or Greater - 18-042V - Sale of Surplus Property - North Side Elementary School Parking Lot (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the receipt of proposal for the above Request for Proposal (RFP). Contract Term: None; User Department: Facility Planning & Real Estate; Award Amount: $1,350,000; Awarded Vendor(s): Turnstone Development Corporation; Small/Minority/Women Business Enterprise Vendor(s): None.

 

The School Board of Broward County, Florida, received two (2) proposals in response to RFP 18-042V - Sale of Surplus Property - North Side Elementary School Parking Lot. This request is to recommend receipt of the proposal to the School Board which met the minimum eligibility requirements of the RFP and provided the highest purchase price for the property. The School Board Cadre Attorney and the Facility Planning & Real Estate department will prepare a Board Agenda for the sale and purchase of the North Side Elementary School parking lot at a later date.

 

A copy of the bid documents are available online at: http://www.broward.k12.fl.us/supply/agenda/18-042V_SaleSurplusProperty_NorthSideElementaryParkingLot.pdf

 

The anticipated financial impact is $1,350,000; however, it is not realized.

 

EE-8. Recommendation of $500,000 or Greater - 18-040V - Sale of Surplus Property - Coral Springs High School Acreage (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the receipt of the proposal for the above Request for Proposal (RFP). Contract Term: None; User Department: Facility Planning & Real Estate; Award Amount: $605,000; Awarded Vendor(s): MVP Keys, Inc.; Small/Minority/Women Business Enterprise Vendor(s): None.

 

The School Board of Broward County, Florida, received one (1) proposal in response to RFP 18-040V - Sale of Surplus Property - Coral Springs High School Acreage. This request is to recommend receipt of the proposal to the School Board which met the minimum eligibility requirements of the RFP and provided the highest purchase price for the property. The School Board Cadre Attorney and the Facility Planning & Real Estate department will prepare a Board Agenda for the sale and purchase of the Coral Springs High School acreage property at a later date.

 

A copy of the bid documents are available online at:

http://www.broward.k12.fl.us/supply/agenda/18-040V_SaleSurplusProperty_CoralSpringsAcreage.pdf

 

The anticipated financial impact is $605,000; however, it is not realized.

 

EE-9. Recommendation of $500,000 or Greater - 18-009V - Group Medical Insurance for School Board Employees (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the recommendation to award the above Request for Proposal (RFP). Contract Term: January 1, 2018 through December 31, 2020, 3 Years; User Department: Benefits & Employment Services; Award Amount: $36,000,000; Awarded Vendor(s): Aetna Life Insurance Company; Small/Minority/Women Business Enterprise Vendor(s): Various.

 

The School Board of Broward County, Florida, received five (5) proposals for RFP 18-009V - Group Medical Insurance for School Board Employees. Two (2) proposals from Healthcare Carriers and three (3) proposals from Pharmacy Benefit Managers for a pharmacy carve-out program. As a result of issuing this RFP, coupled with negotiations with Aetna Life Insurance Company, a projected savings of $15.2 million will be realized over the term of the initial contract period.

 

A copy of the RFP documents are available online at:

http://www.broward.k12.fl.us/supply/agenda/18-009V_GroupMedicalBenefitsSchoolBoardEmployees.pdf

 

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

 

There will be a financial impact to the School Board of approximately $12 million for Administrative Services Fees and approximately $224 million for claims for 2018. The funding source will come from the Fringe Benefits Clearing Account.

 

EE-10. Direct Negotiation Agreement - 58-063E - Bloomberg Financial Information Subscription (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the recommendation to award the Direct Negotiation Agreement. Contract Term: September 7, 2017 through September 30, 2019, 2 Years; User Department: Treasurer's Office; Award Amount: $52,000; Awarded Vendor(s): Bloomberg Finance, L.P.; Small/Minority/Women Business Enterprise Vendor(s): None.

 

Bloomberg Professional is a service subscription software system that provides a vast array of information and data to financial and non-financial markets. Bloomberg Professional will provide the Treasurer's Office with a one-stop, interactive financial information and data network which would enable the District to receive information and data "real-time" to achieve enhanced investment performance.

 

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 $52,000. The funding source will come from the Treasurer's Office operating budget. The financial impact amount represents an estimated contract value; however, the amount authorized will not exceed the estimated contract award amount.

 

EE-11. Recommendation of $500,000 or Less - 18-052R - Theater Dimming Racks and Related Stage Lighting Equipment (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the recommendation to award for the above Invitation to Bid (ITB). Contract Term: October 1, 2017 through September 30, 2018,     1 Year; User Department: Physical Plant Operations; Award Amount: $250,000; Awarded Vendor(s): Stage Equipment & Lighting, Inc.; Small/Minority/Women Business Enterprise Vendor(s): None.

 

The School Board of Broward County, Florida, received one (1) bid in response to ITB 18-052R. This Bid will be utilized mainly by Physical Plant Operations. This ITB will allows the District to find a more cost-effective and efficient method of replacing aging theater dimmer racks and stage lighting equipment that is often from the original installation when the school was built.

 

A copy of the bid documents are available online at:

http://www.broward.k12.fl.us/supply/agenda/18-052R_ITB_TheaterDimmingRacks_StageLighting.pdf  

 

The estimated financial impact to the District will be $250,000. The funding source will come from the Physical Plant Operations' department operating budget. The financial impact represents an estimated contract value however, the amount authorized will not exceed the estimated contract award amount.

 

EE-12. Recommendation for Renewal and Additional Spending Authority - 13-038T - Fire Alarm Equipment, Parts, and Components (Supporting Docs)

 

SEE ITEM E-6

 

Approve the renewal and additional spending authority for above Invitation to Bid (ITB). Contract Term: December 4, 2012 through September 30, 2018, 6 Years; User Department: Physical Plant Operations; Additional Requested Amount: $150,000; New Award Amount: $1,000,000; Awarded Vendor(s): Bass United Fire & Security Systems; DiversiFire Systems, Inc.; Silmar Electronics, Inc.; Small/Minority/Women Business Enterprise Vendor(s): DiversiFire Systems, Inc.

 

This request is to renew ITB 13-038T - Fire Alarm Equipment, Parts and Components for one (1) additional year (September 30, 2017 through September 30, 2018), and to request additional spending authority of $150,000, as per Bid Special Condition 5, Contract Extension: "The term of the bid shall be for five (5) year(s), and may, by mutual agreement between SBBC and the Awardee, be extended for two (2) additional one (1) year periods."

 

The estimated financial impact to the District will be $150,000. The contract award amount was for $850,000. The request is to increase the spending authority by $150,000, bringing the new contract value to $1,000,000. The funding source will come from the Physical Plant Operations' operating budget. The financial impact represents an estimated contract value; however, the amount authorized will not exceed the contract award amount.

 

EE-13. Recommendation of $500,000 or Less - 18-044T - Outdoor Tables, Benches, and Trash Receptacles (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the recommendation to award the above Invitation to Bid (ITB). Contract Term: October 1, 2017 through September 30, 2020, 3 Years; User Department: Physical Plant Operations; Award Amount: $400,000; Awarded Vendor(s): Bliss Products and Services, Inc.; Olive Branch Products and Packaging, Inc.; Playmore West Inc., d/b/a Playmore Recreational Products and Services; School Specialty, Inc.; Schoolhouse Products, Inc.; Swartz Associates, Inc.; Small/Minority/Women Business Enterprise Vendor(s): Olive Branch Products and Packaging, Inc.

 

The School Board of Broward County, Florida, received seven (7) bids in response to ITB 18-044T. This Bid will be utilized mainly by Physical Plant Operations (PPO). This manufacturer list catalog bid enables PPO to purchase a wide array of outdoor furniture. In addition to PPO, schools utilize this Bid to purchase outdoor furniture funded by the individual school's operating budget.

 

A copy of the bid documents are available online at:

http://www.broward.k12.fl.us/supply/agenda/18-044T_OutdoorTablesBenchesTrashReceptacle.pdf  

 

The estimated financial impact to the District will be $400,000. The funding source will come from the Physical Plant Operations' department operating budget. The financial impact represents an estimated contract value; however, the amount authorized will not exceed the estimated contract award amount.

 

EE-14. Recommendation to Approve Piggyback Agreement - 58-039N - Library Materials (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the recommendation to award the above Piggyback Agreement. Contract Term: September 7, 2017 through May 31, 2020, 2 Years, 8 Months; User Department: District-wide; Award Amount: $4,100,000; Awarded Vendor(s): 30; Small/Minority/Women Business Enterprise Vendor(s): None.

 

See Supporting Docs for Continuation of Requested Action.

 

This request is to approve the Piggyback of the State of Florida's agreement. The District's libraries serve the students, staff, and families in the entire school community. The library collection provides materials and resources that support the educational goals of the District. School library collections include curriculum materials and resources as well as recreational materials in a variety of formats, print, and digital.

 

A copy of the State of Florida agreement is available online at: http://www.dms.myflorida.com/business_operations/state_purchasing/vendor_information/state_contracts_and_agreements/alternate_contract_source/books_non_print_library_materials_and_related_ancillary_services  

 

The estimated financial impact to the District will be $4,100,000. The funding source will come from various school and department operating budgets and state categorical funds for library materials. The financial impact amount represents an estimated contract value; however, the amount authorized will not exceed the estimated contract award amount.

 

EE-15. Recommendation of $500,000 or Less - 18-022R - Paints, Caulks, Sealers, Related Coatings, and Accessories (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the recommendation to award for the above Invitation to Bid (ITB). Contract Term: October 1, 2017 through September 30, 2018,     1 Year; User Department: Physical Plant Operations; Award Amount: $350,000; Awarded Vendor(s): Acrylux Paint Manufacturing Co. Inc.; PPG Architectural Finishes, Inc.; The Sherwin Williams Company; Stein Paint Company; Small/Minority/Women Business Enterprise Vendor(s): None.

 

The School Board of Broward County, Florida, received four (4) bids in response to ITB 18-022R. This Bid will be utilized mainly by the Material Logistics Stockroom and used by Physical Plant Operations. This manufacturer list catalog bid enables Physical Plant Operations to purchase a wide array of painting products and supplies.

 

A copy of the bid documents are available online at: http://www.broward.k12.fl.us/supply/agenda/18-022R_ITB_PaintsCaulksSealersandAccessories.pdf  

 

The estimated financial impact to the District will be $350,000. The funding source will come from the Physical Plant Operations Department's operating budget. The financial impact represents an estimated contract value; however, the amount authorized will not exceed the estimated contract award amount.

 

EE-16. Piggyback Recommendation of $500,000 or Greater 58-048E - Lexmark Printers, Software, and Technical Support (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the recommendation to award the Piggyback to State Contract 600-000-11-1. Contract Term: September 7, 2017 through August 3, 2018, 10 Months; User Department: District-wide: Award Amount: $700,000; Awarded Vendor(s): Lexmark,Inc.; Small/Minority/Women Business Enterprise Vendor(s): None.

 

Approving the Piggyback of the State contract with Lexmark, Inc., will allow the District to continue to procure Lexmark printers, software, and technical support for students and staff. These purchases will address the Lexmark printing device needs throughout the District.

 

A copy of the State contract is available online at:

http://www.broward.k12.fl.us/supply/agenda/58-048E_LexmarkPrintersSoftwareTechSupport.pdf

 

The estimated financial impact to the District will be $700,000. The funding source will come from the schools and department operating budgets. The financial impact amount represents an estimated contract value; however, the amount authorized will not exceed the estimated contract award amount.

 

EE-17. Recommendation for Renewal and Additional Spend Authority -17-057E - Lexmark Toner (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the renewal and additional spending authority for the above Invitation to Bid (ITB). Contract Term: October 19, 2016 through October 18, 2018, 2 Years; User Department: District-wide; Additional requested amount $175,000; New Award Amount: $1,475,000; Awarded Vendor: The Office Pal, Inc.; Small/Minority/Women Business Enterprise Vendor(s): None.

 

This request is to approve the recommendation to renew ITB 17-057E - Lexmark Toners & Supplies for a one (1) year contract from October 19, 2017 through October 18, 2019, and increase the spending authority to accommodate the additional year requested from $1,300,000 to $1,475,000.

 

All toners and supplies for the standard Lexmark printers are approved by the District Standards Committee.

 

A copy of the ITB document are available online at: http://www.broward.k12.fl.us/supply/agenda/17-057E_LexmarkToner&Supplies.pdf

 

The estimated financial impact to the District will be $175,000. The contract award amount was for $1,300,000. The request is to increase the spending authority by $175,000, bringing the new contract value to $1,475,000. The funding source will come from the various department and schools operating budgets. The financial impact represents an estimated contract value; however, will not exceed the contract amount.

 

F. OFFICE OF ACADEMICS

 

F-1. Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida (SBBC) and The City of Miramar Fire Academy Program (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the continuation Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida (SBBC) and The City of Miramar Fire Academy Program. The term of this agreement shall be for a period of three (3) years from the date it is fully executed by both parties.

 

This continuation agreement with The City of Miramar will provide Emergency Medical Responder/ Firefighter I clinical experiences to Everglades High School Health Science students, enrolled in the 'Introduction to Firefighting Program". On-site clinical experiences are necessary to meet Florida Department of Education mandatory student performance standards. This agreement also addresses the requirements of regulatory agencies for students to qualify for certification/ licensure examinations upon program completion that will enable them to pursue this career field.

 

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.

 

F-2. Uniform Statewide Assessment Calendar for 2017-18 school year (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the Uniform Statewide Assessment Calendar for the 2017-18 school year as required by 1008.22(7)(d), Florida Statutes (F.S.), and State Board of Education Rule 6A-1.094224, Florida Administrative Code (F.A.C.).

 

The Florida Department of Education (FLDOE) has published a Uniform Statement Assessment Calendar for the 2017-2018 that includes the assessment schedule for the 2017-18 school year. HB7064 which requires State testing to be moved to the last four weeks of school and requires paper-based testing in grades 3 to 6, will go into effect during the 2018-2019 school year.

 

See Supporting Docs for continuation of Summary Explanation and Background.

 

There is no financial impact to the District.

 

F-3. Cooperative Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, FL (SBBC) and AMI Kids of Greater Fort Lauderdale (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve Cooperative Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida (SBBC) and AMI Kids of Greater Fort Lauderdale.

 

This educational program services male and female students between the ages of 14-19, in a day treatment, conditional release program from commencement of board approval. The Department of Equity and Academic Attainment is responsible for the educational and administrative support services for the students who are under the supervision of the Department of Juvenile Justice. The educational services follow an alternative 230-student contact day calendar as required by Florida Statute 1003.01.

 

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. The source of these funds is through the Florida Education Finance Program (FEFP).

 

F-4. Cooperative Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida (SBBC) and Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve Cooperative Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida (SBBC) and Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ).

 

To provide educational programs for adjudicated, delinquent youth in residential treatment programs, conditional release programs, detention centers, day treatment programs and intervention/prevention programs from commencement of board approval. The Department of Equity and Academic Attainment is responsible for the educational and administrative support services for the students who are under the supervision of the Department of Juvenile Justice.

 

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. The source of these funds is through the Florida Education Finance Program (FEFP).

 

F-5. Cooperative Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida (SBBC) and PACE Center for Girls (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve Cooperative Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida (SBBC) and PACE Center for Girls.

 

To provide educational services to female students between the ages of 12-18, in a prevention/intervention day treatment program from commencement of board approval. The Department of Equity and Academic Attainment is responsible for the educational and administrative support services for the students who are under the supervision of the Department of Juvenile Justice. The educational services follow an alternative 230-student contact day calendar as required by Florida Statute 1003.01.

 

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. The source of these funds is through the Florida Education Finance Program (FEFP).

 

F-6. Cooperative Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida (SBBC) and Sequel TSI of Florida, LLC (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve Cooperative Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida (SBBC) and Sequel TSI of Florida, LLC.

 

To provide educational programs for adjudicated, delinquent youth in residential treatment programs, conditional release programs, detention centers, day treatment programs and intervention/prevention programs from commencement of board approval. The Department of Equity and Academic Attainment is responsible for the educational and administrative support services for students who are under the supervision of the Department of Juvenile Justice.

 

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. The source of these funds is through the Florida Education Finance Program (FEFP).

 

F-7. Cooperative Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, FL (SBBC) and Youth Opportunity Investments LLC (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve Cooperative Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, FL (SBBC) and Youth Opportunity Investments LLC.

 

To provide educational programs for adjudicated, delinquent youth in residential treatment programs, conditional release programs, detention centers, day treatment programs and intervention/prevention programs from commencement of board approval. The Department of Equity and Academic Attainment is responsible for the educational and administrative support services for the students who are under the supervision of the Department of Juvenile Justice.

 

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. The source of these funds is through the Florida Education Finance Program (FEFP).

 

F-8. Broward County Public Schools Professional Learning System 2017/2018 and Master In-service Plan 2017-2018 (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the Broward County Public Schools Professional Learning System 2017/2018 and Master In-service Plan 2017-2018 (Appendix B).

 

The Broward County Public Schools Professional Learning System (BCPS PL System) contains the Broward County Schools' rules for awarding in-service and complies with State Statutes, School Board of Education Rules, regulations and policy.

 

The Master In-service Plan, included in the BCPS PL System as Appendix B, defines the rules for awarding in-service consistent with State Statutes and State Board of Education rules awarding in-service credit. FS1012.98 requires the annual approval of the Master In-service Plan by the School Board of Broward County, Florida (SBBC) prior to submission to the Florida Department of Education by October 1st of each year.

 

There is no financial impact to the District.

 

F-9. Cooperative Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida (SBBC) and The Department of Juvenile Justice, Florida Department of Children and Families, State Attorney Office, Public Defender Office, Broward County and Broward County Sheriff's Office (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the Cooperative Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida (SBBC) and The Department of Juvenile Justice, Florida Department of Children and Families, State Attorney Office, Public Defender Office, Broward County and Broward County Sheriff's Office.

 

The Department of Juvenile Justice, Sheriff and Chiefs of Police are required by Florida State Statute 985.04 (1) to enter into an interagency agreement with the School Board for the purpose of sharing information about juvenile offenders. Locally, the agreement was expanded to include additional stakeholders to increase the effectiveness of the sharing of information and the intent of the statute. The Juvenile Circuit Court will enter into an agreement that is a companion to the Interagency Agreement due to the distinction that the Juvenile Circuit Court is not an agency.

 

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

 

There is no financial impact to the District. The source of these funds is through the Florida Education Finance program (FEFP).

 

F-10. Cooperative Agreement between The Broward Sheriff's Office and Whiddon-Rogers Education Center (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve Cooperative Agreement between The Broward Sheriff's Office and Whiddon-Rogers Education Center.

 

To provide adult and secondary educational services to youth adjudicated as adults under the age of 18 and adult inmates that are age 18 years and older, from commencement of board approval pursuant to Florida State Statute 1003.53 and 948.037.

 

The educational services follows an alternative calendar of 241 days for adult education and 196 day calendar for secondary education. Ensure that all inmates under 22 years of age who qualify for special educational services and programs pursuant to the IDEA are offered secondary educational services pursuant to Florida State Statute 944.801. This educational program services juveniles and adults who are under the supervision of the Broward Sheriff's Office and services provided by Whiddon-Rogers Education Center.

 

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. The source of these funds is through the Florida Education Finance Program (FEFP).

 

FF. OFFICE OF ACADEMICS

 

FF-1. Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida (SBBC) and National Academy Foundation (NAF) (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the Amendment between The School Board of Broward County, Florida (SBBC) and National Academy Foundation (NAF). The term of this agreement shall be for a period of (3) years from the date it is fully executed by both parties.

 

Broward Public Schools currently has 37 successful NAF academies: Academy of Finance, Academy of Engineering, Academy of Health Science, Academy of Information Technology, Academy of Criminal Justice, and Academy of Hospitality & Tourism.

 

This amendment is due to a decrease in price which is a result of 6 academies closing.

 

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

 

There is a decrease in cost associated with NAF of $9,600. These funds are paid out of Carl D. Perkins Secondary Grant.

 

FF-2. Second Amendment between The School Board of Broward County, Florida and College Entrance Examination (College Board) for SAT and PSAT School Days (Supporting Docs)

 

REVISED

 

Approve the second amendment between The School Board of Broward County, Florida (SBBC) and College Entrance Examination Board (College Board) for PSAT School Day Pilot for select Eighth Grade Students, PSAT School Day for Freshmen, SAT School Day for Juniors, and SAT School Day for select at-risk Seniors at each Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) District High Schools and select District Middle Schools.

 

The SAT and PSAT School Day program provides equal opportunity and access for all students to participate in a college entrance examination. This program encourages more students to take a college entrance test and apply to college, increases the number of students who meet college readiness standards, and decreases the number of students who have not met the ELA assessment requirements for graduation. BCPS proposes to implement the PSAT 8/9 for 5,000 eighth grade students and 18,284 Freshmen on October 11, 2017 and the SAT on March 7, 2018 for all 18,565 Juniors. Seniors who still need a concordant score for graduation will be offered the SAT on March 7, 2018.

 

This Second Amendment has been reviewed and approved as to form and legal content by the Office of the General Counsel.  (PENDING)

 

There is a financial impact of approximately $640,959.00 $778,959.00 to the District for PSAT and SAT School Day.

 

See Supporting Docs for Financial Impact.

 

FF-3. Agreement with Florida Atlantic University for Teacher Certification Courses (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida (SBBC) and Florida Atlantic University (FAU). The Agreement period shall commence after School Board approval and shall expire on June 30, 2018.

 

The Broward Educator Certification (BEC) program at FAU offers teachers hired on a temporary teaching certificate a program of study and practice to help satisfy the education semester hours the State of Florida is requiring for full certification. Teachers completing the coursework are then eligible to apply for a Professional Educator's Certificate necessary to retain employment. The professional learning and coursework includes: (1) Classroom Management, (2) Child and Adolescent Development, (3) Education Assessment, (4) Effective Instructional Strategies, (5) Foundations of Research-based Practices in Reading, and (6) Instructional Strategies for Teaching Students of Limited English Proficiency/LEP.

 

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

 

Based on a maximum of 50 students, SBBC will pay FAU tuition costs for a total of $603.87 per student enrolled in each course. The financial impact to the District is estimated at $110,000. The funding source is Title II, Part A.

 

H. OFFICE OF THE GENERAL COUNSEL

 

HH. OFFICE OF THE GENERAL COUNSEL

 

I. OFFICE OF THE SUPERINTENDENT

 

I-1. First Amendment to Affiliation Agreement for Health Science Education between SBBC and Memorial Healthcare System (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the First Amendment to the Continuation Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida and South Broward Hospital District D/B/A Memorial Healthcare System. The term of this agreement shall be from the date it is fully executed by both parties and shall conclude on October 31, 2020.

 

The purpose of this First Amendment to the Continuation Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida and South Broward Hospital District D/B/A Memorial Healthcare System is to extend the term of the agreement to October 31, 2020 and replace the Public Records Law clause of the Agreement.

 

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

 

There is no financial impact to the District.

 

I-2. Agreement between Vitas Healthcare Corporation of Florida and The School Board of Broward County, Florida (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the NEW Agreement between Vitas Healthcare Corporation of Florida and The School Board of Broward County, Florida. The term of this agreement shall be from the date it is fully executed by both parties and shall conclude on April 1, 2022.

 

The School Board of Broward County, Florida partners with Vitas Healthcare Corporation of 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.

 

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.

 

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

 

There is no financial impact to the District.

 

I-3. Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida and Inverrary Medical Investors, LLC. (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the Continuation Agreement between The School Board of Broward County, Florida and Inverrary Medical Investors, LLC. The term of this agreement shall be from the date it is fully executed by both parties and shall conclude on August 1, 2020.

 

The School Board of Broward County, Florida partners with Inverrary Medical Investors, LLC. 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.

 

This district-wide 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.

 

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-4. State and Federal Legislative Platform (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the Broward County Public Schools 2018 Legislative Platform.

 

As the sixth largest district in the Nation, Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) educates 10 percent of Florida's student population. BCPS champions educational policies that not only impact students within their District but affects students in every classroom across the state of Florida from cradle to career. The Florida Legislature should boost funding and adopt policies that educate today's students to succeed in tomorrow's world.

 

There is no financial impact to the district.

 

I-5. Greater Florida Consortium of School Boards 2018 Legislative Program (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the Greater Florida Consortium of School Boards 2018 Legislative Program.

 

Greater Florida Consortium of School Boards' 2018 Legislative Program aims to increase the average funding per student in order to ensure that Florida is in the top half of the states and can provide a world class education that enables its students to compete and excel in the global marketplace.

 

There is no financial impact to the district.

 

II. OFFICE OF THE SUPERINTENDENT

 

II-1. Authorization for Additional Spending Authority for Twelve Approved Contracted Apprenticeship Agencies (Supporting Docs)

 

Increase the current spending authority for the 2017-18 school year for twelve (12) approved contracted Apprenticeship agencies by $3,000,000.

 

The original Board Item FF-3 approved on May 19, 2015 was for a three year period ending June 30, 2018 totaling $9.9 million dollars. Apprenticeship enrollment has increased in these programs from 2938 students in 2014-15 to 4030 students in 2016-17, which is a 37% increase. There is a need to increase the spending authority of $3,000,000 due to the large increase in student enrollment. Estimated enrollment for 2017-18 is 4400 students. As the largest provider of apprenticeship training in Florida, Atlantic Technical College is responsible for the instructional services being provided through these union and non-union agencies.

 

The financial impact for 2017-18 will be an additional $3 million bringing the total for the three year period to $12.9 million. These funds will be earned through student enrollments and funded by the State Workforce Development allocation at Atlantic Technical College. There is no additional financial impact to the District.

 

II-2. Agreement with T-Mobile to Accelerate WBEC-TV Repack and Channel Change (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve opportunity to generate revenue from T-Mobile by meeting early deadline for completion of FCC television repack project.

 

The FCC is mandating that WBEC-TV, and nearly 1000 other stations across the country, change their frequency (channel) assignment to make more room in the broadcast spectrum for wireless communications. T-Mobile has already purchased from the FCC the frequency that WBEC will be vacating, and has presented a cash offer to The School Board of Broward County, Florida (SBBC) as incentive for WBEC to complete the repack project by an earlier deadline (June 2018).

 

This agreement has been reviewed and approved as to form and legal content by the Office of the General Counsel. This agreement will be executed by T-Mobile after School Board Approval.

 

The Financial Impact of the District would be positive. T-Mobile has offered $645,500 for WBEC to complete the repack process by June 1, 2018. No additional costs are expected from completing the required repack by an earlier deadline.

 

J. OFFICE OF FACILITIES & CONSTRUCTION

 

JJ. OFFICE OF FACILITIES AND CONSTRUCTION

 

JJ-1. Recommendation to Award Professional Services Continuing Contracts for Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR) Services for Various Contractors - RFQ 17-197C (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the recommendation to award Professional Services Continuing Contracts for Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR) services for various contractors, $0 to $1M - RFQ 17-197C.

 

Award Professional Service Continuing Contracts for Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR) Services for the following contractors: D. Stephenson Construction, Inc., Asset Builders, LLC D/B/A Messam Construction, M.A.C. Construction, Inc., Thornton Construction Company, Inc., Core Construction Services of Florida, LLC, Grace & Naeem Uddin, Inc., H.A. Contracting Corp., Sagoma Construction Services, Inc., G.E.C. Associates and LEGO Construction Co.

 

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

 

The primary source of funding for this item is Capital funding included in the Adopted District Educational Facilities Plan (September 7, 2016) and in the District's Capital Budget.

 

JJ-2. Recommendation to award Professional Services Continuing Contracts for Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR) Services for Various Contractors - RFQ 17-196C (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the recommendation to award Professional Services Continuing Contracts for Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR) services for various contractors, $1M to $2M - RFQ 17-196C.

 

Award Professional Services Continuing Contracts for Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR) Services for the following contractors: D. Stephenson Construction, Inc., Thornton Construction Company, Inc., Grace & Naeem Uddin, Inc., Asset Builders, LLC D/B/A Messam Construction, Link Construction Group, Inc., M.A.C. Construction, Inc., Gulf Building, LLC, H.A. Contracting Corp., G.E.C. Associates, Inc., and T & G Corporation D/B/A T&G Constructors.

 

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

 

The primary source of funding for this item is Capital funding included in the Adopted District Educational Facilities Plan (September 7, 2016) and in the District's Capital Budget.

 

K. OFFICE OF FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

 

K-1. Final General Fund Amendment as of June 30, 2017 (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the attached Final General Fund Amendment as of June 30, 2017.

 

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 June 2017.

 

There is no additional impact to the District.

 

K-2. Final Special Revenue (Grants) Amendment as of June 30, 2017 (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the attached Final Special Revenue (Grants) Amendment as of June 30, 2017.

 

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 June 2017.

 

There is no additional financial impact to the District.

 

K-3. Final Special Revenue (Food Service) Amendment as of June 30, 2017 (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the attached Final Special Revenue (Food Service) Amendment as of June 30, 2017.

 

Special Revenue (Food Service) 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 (Food Service). Amendment includes information for the month of June 2017.

 

There is no additional financial impact to the District.

 

K-4. Final Special Revenue (Miscellaneous) Amendment as of June 30, 2017 (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the attached Final Special Revenue (Miscellaneous) Amendment as of June 30, 2017.

 

Special Revenue (Miscellaneous) 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 (Miscellaneous). Amendment includes information for the month of June 2017.

 

There is no additional financial impact to the District.

 

K-5. Final Internal Service Funds Amendment as of June 30, 2017 (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the attached Final Internal Service Funds Amendment as of June 30, 2017.

 

Internal Service Funds 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 Internal Service Funds. Amendment includes information for the month of June 2017.

 

There is no additional financial impact to the District.

 

K-6. Final Debt Service Amendment as of June 30, 2017 (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the attached Final Debt Service Amendment as of June 30, 2017.

 

Debt Service 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 Debt Service. Amendment includes information for the month of June 2017.

 

There is no additional impact to the District.

 

K-7. Capital Budget Fund Amendment as of June 30, 2017 (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the attached Capital Fund Amendment as of June 30, 2017.

 

The Capital Fund Amendment is submitted to the School Board pursuant to Sate 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 Capital Funds. The Amendment includes information as of June, 2017.

 

See Supporting Docs for continuation of Summary Explanation and Background.

 

There is a net increase to Capital Revenues and Appropriations of $8,803,642. The various revenue and appropriation impacts are described in the Summary Explanation and Background. There is also a net increase to the Capital Reserve of $ 20,140,048, described in Exhibit C, "Capital Projects Reserve - Activity.

 

K-8. Superintendent's Annual Financial Report to the Commissioner of Education (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the Superintendent's Annual Financial Report for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2017.

 

The Superintendent's Annual Financial Report is presented in the manner prescribed by the Department of Education pursuant to State Board of Education Administrative Rule 6A-1.0071 and Section 1001.51 (12)(b), Florida Statues.

 

There is no additional financial impact to the District.

 

KK. OFFICE OF FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

 

L. OFFICE OF PORTFOLIO SERVICES

 

LL. OFFICE OF PORTFOLIO SERVICES

 

LL-1. Premium Services Agreements Approval (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the Premium Services Agreements between The School Board of Broward County, Florida (SBBC), and the listed governing board.

 

As part of the District's Venture Design initiative, and pursuant to Section 1002.33 (20) (b), Florida Statues, the Innovative Programs Design/Support Department has negotiated the terms of Premium Services Agreements for fee-supported services. The attached Agreements delineate the negotiated terms, as well as the structure and components that will comprise the services purchased by the listed governing board.

 

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

 

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

 

The estimated positive revenue to the District for these 2017-2018 Premium Services Agreements will be based on the actual number of services requested and delivered to the pertinent charter schools.

 

LL-2. Agreement of Sale and Purchase between The School Board of Broward County, Florida and the City of Sunrise, Florida (Supporting Docs)

 

Approve the Agreement of Sale and Purchase between The School Board of Broward County, Florida (SBBC) and the City of Sunrise, Florida (City) for the purchase of the site referred to as Cypress Bay Portable Annex (aka: New River Circle Site).

 

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. This Agreement will be executed by the City after SBBC approval.

 

At the time this sale is closed, there will be a positive financial impact of $2,910,333. to the School Board. Currently, the closing of this sale is anticipated to occur on or before the end of the 2017 calendar year.

 

ATTORNEY CLIENT SESSION(S)

 

The General Counsel's Office has requested an attorney-client session for this School Board meeting. The session has been scheduled for 12:45 p.m. to discuss settlement negotiations and/or strategy relative to the following pending litigation:

 

Marc Mazo vs. The School Board of Broward County, Florida, Case No. 17-006297(02), before the Circuit Court of the 17th Judicial Circuit in and for Broward County, Florida. The following persons will attend this attorney-client session: School Board Members Abby M. Freedman, Chair; Nora Rupert, Vice Chair; Robin Bartleman; Heather Brinkworth; Patricia Good; Donna P. Korn, Laurie Rich Levinson; Ann Murray; Dr. Rosalind Osgood; Robert W. Runcie, Superintendent of Schools; Thomas C. Cooney, Esq.; and Barbara J. Myrick, Esq.

 

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.