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January 14, 2021 at 6:30 PM - Board of Education Special Meeting

I. Call to Order
II. Roll Call
III. Public Hearing
Description:  Public Hearing concerning the intent of the Board to sell not to exceed $13,300,000 of Funding Bonds and not to exceed $5,000,000 of Working Cash Fund Bonds.
IV. Communications
Description:  The Board of Education and Staff received a thank you card from the Cantu family for the sympathy plant and the card that was sent after the passing of their father.

V.  Public Comment
Description:  At this time, the President of the Board of Education will recognize visitors and ask if any citizen of the community is interested in speaking to members of the Board of Education. Time allowed will generally be limited to three minutes for each individual, unless waived by the President. All individuals who wish to address the Board of Education must sign up in advance. The President may limit the opportunity to address the Board in cases where a person has previously addressed the Board on the same or related subject. Issues brought to the Board prior to being channeled through the proper chain of command will be referred back to the appropriate level.
VI. FOIA Requests 
Description:  The Board of Education received a commercial FOIA request from SmartProcure for commercial vendor information.
VII. Consent Agenda
VII.1. Approval of Minutes
Description:  It is recommended that the minutes from the December 14, 2020 regular meeting and the January 6, 2021 special meeting be approved.
VII.2. Approval of Treasurer's Report
Description:  It is recommended that the Treasurer’s Report for December 2020 be approved subject to audit.
VII.3. Approval of Accounts Payable 
Description:  It is recommended that the Board of Education approve the payment of bills listed, received during the month of December 2020, to be paid during the month of January 2021 and quick pays during the month of December 2020.

Education                     285,490.25
Building                         53,667.85
Transportation               126,625.12
Tort Immunity LE            49,553.00
Insurance                         1,541.67
Subtotal:                  3,386,675.13                                                                        
Education  10                37,232.48       
Education 10 (REV)                 .80
Building (20)                 17,105.77
Transportation (40)         2,763.00
Tort Immunity                13,920.00 
Insurance                             39.82
Capital Projects               3,000.00
Subtotal:                       74,061.87 
TOTAL:                         3,460,737    
VII.4. Approval of Destruction of Audio Tapes from Executive Session
Description:  It is recommended the Board of Education approve destruction of recordings from the Executive Session on March 25, 2019.
VII.5. Approval of Personnel Change
VII.5.a. Personnel - Licensed - Leave of Absence
Description:  Theresa Wachs has requested an extension of her unpaid leave from December 9, 2020, through February 26, 2021. 

Michelle Wallace has requested unpaid leave from January 4, 2021, through the end of the 2020-2021 school year.  Ms. Wallace teaches kindergarten at Wells Elementary.
VII.5.b. Personnel - Classified - Leave of Absence

Laura Sanders has requested an extension of her unpaid leave from January 1, 2021, through the remainder of the 2020-2021 school year.

VII.5.c. Personnel - Classified - Employment
Description:  Jacqueline Weckerly has been employed as an administrative assistant to the Director of Maintenance and Operations, effective January 25, 2021.
VII.5.d. Personnel - Licensed - Employment

Mary Efflandt has been employed as a school psychologist, effective January 7, 2021. 

VII.6. Other Financial Reports
Description:  Enclosed with the Agenda Information are the December 2020 Activity Fund Report, the Budget Summary Expense Report, and the Budget Summary Revenue Report for December 2020.
VIII. Committee Reports
VIII.1. United Education Foundation
VIII.2. Wellness Committee
VIII.3. BHASED Governing Board
VIII.4. Board Delegate to AFSCME
IX. Informational Items
X. Central Office Report
XI. New Business
XI.1. Resolution of intent to issue not to exceed $13,300,000 of Funding Bonds to pay claims against the District.
XI.2. Resolution of intent to issue not to exceed $5,000,000 of Working Cash Fund Bonds.
XI.3. Bus Lease Agreement with Central States.
XI.4. Cancellation of the January 25, 2021, Regular Board Of Education Meeting.
XII. Unfinished Business
XII.1. Second Reading of Board Policies 3:40; 4:80; 4:90; 5:270; 6:20; 6:315; 6:340; 7:100; 7:140; 7:300
XIII. Adjournment
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