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April 19, 2021 at 5:30 PM - SPECIAL BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING

Agenda
1. CALL TO ORDER
1.A. Pledge
1.B. Roll Call
2. ROUTINE ITEMS
2.A. Agenda Additions, Deletions and Approval
2.B. Approval of the Minutes of the Regular Meeting of March 8, 2021
Attachments: (1)
2.C. Approval of the Minutes of the Closed Session of March 8, 2021
2.D. Approval of the Minutes of Regular Meeting of April 12, 2021
Attachments: (1)
3. CORRESPONDENCE
3.A. Board Members
3.B. Superintendent
4. HOWELL HIGHLIGHTS AND HAPPENINGS
4.A. Rick Terres Retirement Recognition
5. REPORTS
5.A. Student Representatives to the Board
5.B. Board Member Reports
5.C. Bond Update
5.D. HPS Extended Continuity of Learning Plan Reconfirmation
6. PUBLIC COMMENTS INCLUDING COMMENTS REGARDING THE HPS EXTENDED CONTINUITY OF LEARNING PLAN
7. CONSENT ITEMS
7.A. Change in Status of Employees
Description:  Approval of: New Hires Certified: Highlander Way MS Special Education Teacher Eric Traud, effective March 15, 2021. New Hires Non-Certified: Hutchings Elementary General Education Aide Jacqueline Molargik, effective March 4, 2021; Three Fires Elementary General Education Aide Jessica Irwin, effective March 9, 2021; Howell High School Food Service Assistant Kelly Deneau, effective March 22, 2021; Parker MS Food Service Assistant Donna Michling, effective March 24, 2021; Voyager Elementary Special Needs Parapro Michaela Henterly, effective April 5, 2021. Tenure Recognition: Nickelas Golovich, Parker MS, April 17, 2021.  Resignations: Three Fires Elementary Special Needs Parapro Amy Masters, effective February 28, 2021; Highlander Way MS Food Service Assistant Sandra Cingel-Moore, effective March 10, 2021; Highlander Way MS General Education Aide Stephanie Miklos, effective March 24, 2021; Three Fires Elementary Special Education Teacher Amanda Gossett, effective April 16, 2021.
Attachments: (1)
7.B. Payment of Vouchers
Description:  The Superintendent recommends approval of expenditures from the following funds:
1. payment from the general fund of $3,997,543.65 and from payroll of $2,052,863.87;
2. payment from the 2018 tech capital projects fund (PNC 18) of $43,946.29;
3. payment from the 2019 capital projects fund (PNC 20) of $635,823.26.
Attachments: (1)
7.C. Approval of Overnight/Out-of-State Field Trip to Washington D.C. - EXHIBIT A
Description:  The Superintendent recommends approval of an out-of-state, overnight field trip to Washington D.C. for 8th-grade students, April 27-30, 2022, as shown in Exhibit A.
Attachments: (1)
8. ACTION ITEMS
8.A. SUPERINTENDENT
8.A.1) Approval of the Student Disciplinary Committee's Recommendation (Student Case #161)
Description:  The Superintendent recommends approval of the Student Disciplinary Committee's recommendation to permanently expel the student identified in Student Case #161 from Howell Public Schools for violating Board Policy #5530 regarding drug possession and distribution and to consider a petition for reinstatement as early as July 1, 2021, for possible return to the 2021/2022 school year.
8.A.2) Approval of Reconfirmation of the HPS Extended Continuity of Learning Plan - EXHIBIT B
Description:  The Superintendent recommends approval of the reconfirmation of the HPS Extended Continuity of Learning Plan as shown in Exhibit B.
Attachments: (1)
8.B. BUSINESS OFFICE
8.B.1) Approval of Award of Bids for Howell High School Field House Gym Floor Covering System - EXHIBIT C
Description:  The Superintendent recommends approval of award of bids for a new gym floor covering system for the Howell High School Field House gymnasium and wrestling room to Humphrys CoverSports at the low bid of $25,361.60 using funds from the sale of Latson Elementary as shown in Exhibit C.
Attachments: (1)
8.C. INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES
8.C.1) Approval to Purchase Meraki Access Point Wireless License - EXHIBIT D 
Description:  The Superintendent recommends approval of award of bids for Meraki wireless access point five-year licenses for wireless connectivity for student devices to Sentinel Technologies, Livonia, MI, at the low bid price of $106,051 using both the E-Rate program and funds from the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund (ESSER) as shown in Exhibit D.
Attachments: (1)
8.C.2) Approval of Capital and Safety Bond Furniture Recommendation - EXHIBIT E
Description:  The Superintendent recommends approval of five contract awards for the purchase of district-wide furniture for students and staff for a total cost of $685,655.60 using funds from the 2019 Capital and Safety Bond as shown in Exhibit E.
Attachments: (1)
9. COMMENTS
10. ADJOURNMENT
11. NEXT REGULAR BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING
Description:  Date:    May 10, 2021
Place:   Administration Building Edinburgh Room
             411 N. Highlander Way
Time:    7:00 p.m.
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