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August 6, 2019 at 5:30 PM - Regular Board Meeting

Agenda
I. Meeting Called to Order.
II. Moment of Silence.
III. Pledge of Allegiance.
IV. Roll Call:
V. Recommend approving the agenda of the Regular Board Meeting of August 6, 2019 with any corrections/deletions.
VI. Recommend approval of the following minutes with any corrections:
VI.A. Rescheduled Regular Board Meeting held Tuesday, February 12, 2019
Attachments: (2)
VI.B. Special Called Board Meeting held Wednesday, February 13, 2019
Attachments: (1)
VI.C. Regular Board Meeting held Tuesday, March 5, 2019
VI.D. Special Called Board Meeting held Monday, March 18, 2019
Attachments: (1)
VI.E. Rescheduled Regular Board Meeting held Friday, April 5, 2019
Attachments: (2)
VI.F. Special Called Board Meeting held Tuesday, April 16, 2019.
Attachments: (1)
VI.G. Special Called Board Meeting Monday held April 22, 2019
Attachments: (1)
VI.H. Regular Board Meeting held May 7, 2019
VI.I. Special Called Board Meeting held Tuesday, May 7, 2019
Attachments: (2)
VI.J. Special Called Board Meeting held Thursday, May 16, 2019
Attachments: (1)
VI.K. Special Called Board Meeting held Monday, May 20, 2019
Attachments: (1)
VI.L. Special Called Board Meeting held Tuesday, May 28, 2019
Attachments: (1)
VI.M. Special Called Board Meeting held Saturday, June 1, 2019
Attachments: (1)
VI.N. Special Called Board Meeting held Sunday, June 2, 2019
Attachments: (1)
VI.O. Special Called Board Meeting held Monday, June 3, 2019
Attachments: (1)
VI.P. Special Called Board Meeting held Thursday, June 6, 2019
Attachments: (1)
VII. Recommend approving the Consent Agenda. The Board has agreed to discuss the following items. All of the items below that are not called out will be approved by consent. 

                                              (All presentations limited to five (5) minutes)
VIII. Superintendent's Report:  * SB1566
VIII.A. Conference Presentations:
VIII.A.1. Superintendent’s Life Saving Award presentation.
Attachments: (1)
VIII.A.2. Recognition of Pace ECHS Varsity Women's Choir selection as a 2020 TMEA Honor Choir. This is the equivalent of an Athletic STATE CHAMPIONSHIP!!! They will perform for thousands of directors and musicians from around the state and country at the 100th Anniversary of the TMEA Convention in San Antonio in February 2020. (Board Member Request - MP)
Attachments: (1)
VIII.A.3. Employee Handbook for the 2019-2020 School Year.
Attachments: (1)
VIII.A.4. Brownsville Independent School District Marketing Update.
Attachments: (1)
VIII.A.5. Brownsville Independent School District Financial Report for the period ended July 31, 2019.
Attachments: (1)
VIII.A.6. Brownsville Independent School District Quarterly Investment Report for the period ended June 30, 2019.
Attachments: (1)
VIII.A.7. Brownsville Independent School District Health Care Plan Cash Flow for the period ending July 31, 2019.
Attachments: (1)
VIII.A.8. Reporting of Fees paid to Purchasing Cooperatives, which includes Membership, Management, and Transaction Fees for fiscal year 2018-2019.
Attachments: (1)
VIII.B. Standing Board Agenda Items:
VIII.B.1. Board Calendars:  Board Activity Calendar and District Calendar.
Attachments: (1)
IX. PUBLIC AUDIENCE:
Description:  Persons who want to address the Board of Trustees during the Public Audience portion of today’s meeting shall print their names on the form provided. According to BISD Policy BED (Local), only those persons on the form who request to address the Board shall be heard. The speaker shall limit comments to five minutes or the allotted time.  The Board shall allot no more than 30 minutes for Public Audience. Complaints or grievances on the following subjects; employee complaints, termination of employment, student complaints, removal to alternative education program, and expulsion, shall be directed to the appropriate policy for attempted resolution before bringing the matter to the Board as authorized by the Texas Government Code Title 5-Section: 551.074 (1) and (2).  The Board President shall determine if the topic shall be redirected to the appropriate policy or redirected to Administration.  Public comments on issues shall be constructive and courteous.

   The Board may deliberate or take action regarding the following agenda items.

Board policy BE (Local) and Robert's Rules limits debate to two opportunities.  A Trustee may debate a motion for two minutes on the first speaking opportunity and one minute on the second opportunity.
 
X. Board Member Request(s)
X.A. Conference Presentation(s)
X.A.1. District report regarding projected student teacher ratios for 2019-2020 school year; i.e. by campus, grade level, and individual teacher. (Board Member Request - SPA)
X.A.2. District report regarding projected 2019 state accountability ratings for student performance; i.e. projected letter grades for the district and each campus. (Board Member Request - SPA)
X.A.3. District report regarding projected overtime budgets for 2019-2020 school year; i.e. by department and campus. (Board Member Request - PRT)
X.B. Action Item(s)
X.B.1. Discussion, consideration, and possible action to direct administration to conduct and submit a feasibility analysis to determine projected costs associated with reducing the current two mile radius requirement for student transportation services to and from zoned schools in high traffic areas. (Board Member Request - SPA)
X.B.2. Discussion, consideration, and possible action to direct administration to prepare and present a district wide recycling plan that promotes the 3 R's: Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle; to include input from staff, students, and parents. (Board Member Request - SPA)
Attachments: (1)
X.B.3. Discussion, consideration, and possible action to direct administration to conduct and submit the results of a district wide student satisfaction survey regarding breakfast, lunch, and after school meals; to include identifying most requested meals in each category. (Board Member Request - SPA)
Attachments: (1)
X.B.4. Discussion, consideration, and possible action to direct administration to conduct and submit the results of a district wide employee satisfaction survey regarding employee health benefits; to include identifying most used benefit in each category. (Board Member Request - PRT)
Attachments: (1)
X.B.5. Discussion, consideration, and possible action to conduct board training regarding appropriate roles and responsibilities when placing agenda items for board action. (Board Member Request - MP)
Attachments: (1)
XI. Consent Agenda:
XI.A. Recommend approval of the following General Function Item(s):
XI.A.1. Recommend approval to adopt the Student Code of Conduct for 2019-2020 school year.
Attachments: (1)
XI.A.2. Recommend approval to select the Competitive Sealed Proposal delivery method as authorized by the Texas Education Code in accordance with Chapter 2269 of the Government Code for Construction Services, for the parking lot expansion projects at Canales Elementary and Putegnat Elementary Schools.
Attachments: (1)
XI.A.3. Recommend approval of the Annual Review Statement of Investment Policy and Strategies in accordance with the Public Funds Investment Act, Texas Government Code, Section 2256.005(e).
XI.A.4. Request approval to hire an Administrator for Crisis Management and Emergency Preparedness, and Deputy Superintendent for the 2019-2020 School Year.
XI.A.5. Recommend approval to advertise for District legal services through the RFQ process subject to contracts and Board needs.
Attachments: (1)
XI.B. Recommend approval of the following Payment(s):
XI.B.1. Recommend approval for payment in the amount of $1,102.50 to Esparza & Garza, L.L.P. for ongoing Board approved legal services.
Attachments: (1)
XI.B.2. Recommend approval for payment in the amount of $725.02 to Royston, Rayzor, Vickery & Williams, L.L.P. for ongoing board approved legal services.
Attachments: (1)
XI.B.3. Recommend approval of Payment #2 for $213,133.45 as partial payment to Argio Roofing & Construction, LLC for Construction Services work completed on the Southmost Elementary Roof Replacement project to be paid from Maintenance Tax Note Fund 189.
XI.B.4. Recommend approval of Payment #2 for $98,475.71 as partial payment to NM Contracting, LLC for Construction Services work completed on the Cummings CTE CVI Canopy Improvements project to be paid from Maintenance Tax Note Fund 189.
XI.B.5. Recommend approval of Payment #2 for $153,230.85 as partial payment to Centennial Contractors for Architectural Services work completed on the Del Castillo Elementary School Roof Replacement project to be paid from Maintenance Tax Note Fund 189.
XI.B.6. Recommend approval of Payment #1 for $56,807.55 as partial payment to Montenegro’s Paving & Hauling for Construction Services work completed on the Vela Front Parking Lot Paving project to be paid from Maintenance Tax Note 189.
XI.B.7. Recommend approval of Payment #3 for $1,502,593.80 as partial payment to Schneider Electric for Construction Services work completed on the Design-Build HVAC/Controls Replacement, Phase II to be paid from Maintenance Tax Note Fund 189.
XI.B.8. Recommend approval of Payment #3 for $87,500.00 as final payment to PBK Architects for field assessment work completed on the Facility Interior Assessment project to be paid from Maintenance Note Fund 189.
XI.B.9. Recommend approval of Payment #6 for $1,544,608.04 as partial payment to E3 Entegral Solutions, Inc. for Construction Services work completed on the Design Build HVAC (CHW), Phase III to be paid from Maintenance Tax Note Fund 189.
XI.B.10. Recommend approval of Payment #6 for $4,886.82 as partial payment to Armko Industries, Inc. for Architectural Services work completed on the Multi-Campus Roof Replacement Phase II project to be paid from Maintenance Tax Note Fund 189.
XI.B.11. Recommend approval of Payment #7 for a total of $1,375.00 as partial payment to PBK Architects for Architectural Services work completed on the Southmost Elementary School Roof Replacement project to be paid from Maintenance Tax Note Fund 189.
XI.B.12. Recommend approval of Payment #8 for $2,002.17 as final payment to Gonzalez Engineering & Surveying, Inc. for Engineering Services work completed on the Lopez ECHS Front Parking Lot Paving project to be paid from Maintenance Tax Note Fund 189.
XI.B.13. Recommend approval of Payment #9 for $250,049.87 as partial payment to E3 Entegral Solutions, Inc. for Construction Services work completed on the Design Build HVAC (DX) Replacement Phase III to be paid from Maintenance Tax Note Fund 189.
XI.B.14. Recommend approval of Payment #12 for $ 496,730.94 as partial payment to Wil-Con for Construction Services work completed on the Hanna ECHS HVAC and Lighting Upgrades to be paid from Maintenance Tax Note Fund 189.
XI.B.15. Recommend approval of Payment #1 for $246,575.30 as partial payment to G & T Paving, LLC for Construction Services work completed on the Vela MS Four Lane Track project to be paid from Tax Ratification Election Fund 197.
XI.B.16. Recommend approval of Payment #5 for $2,250.00 as partial payment to M Garcia Engineering for Engineering Services work completed on the Lucio MS Four Lane Track project to be paid from Tax Ratification Election Fund 197.
XI.B.17. Recommend approval of Payment #8 for $62,006.64 as final payment to G & T Paving, LLC for Construction Services work completed on the Lucio MS Four Lane Track project to be paid from Ratification Election Fund 197.
XI.B.18. Recommend approval of Payment #10 for $20,359.26 as partial payment to PBK Architects for Architectural Services work completed on the Porter ECHS New Fine Arts Building project to be paid from Tax Ratification Election fund 197.
XI.B.19. Recommend approval of Payment #13 for $188,628.20 as partial payment to ZIWA Corporation for Construction Services work completed on the Porter ECHS Fine Arts Building to be paid from Ratification Election Fund 197.
XI.C. Recommend approval of the following Budget Amendment(s):
XI.C.1. Recommend approval of Budget Amendment #001 in the amount of $59,276,567.00 for Local Funds. (Reallocation of $717,736.00 and Carryover Budget of $58,558,831.00)
Attachments: (1)
XI.C.2. Recommend approval of Budget Amendment #002 in the amount of $75,907.00 for Fund 163 – State Bilingual. (Carryover Purchase Order Budget)
Attachments: (1)
XI.C.3. Recommend approval of Budget Amendment #003 in the amount of $450,950.00 for Fund 164 – State Vocational. (Carryover Purchase Order Budget)
Attachments: (1)
XI.C.4. Recommend approval of Budget Amendment #004 in the amount of $40,252.00 for Fund 165 – Athletics. (Carryover Purchase Order Budget)
Attachments: (1)
XI.C.5. Recommend approval of Budget Amendment #005 in the amount of $99,694.00 for Fund 166 – State Special Education. (Carryover Purchase Order Budget)
Attachments: (1)
XI.C.6. Recommend approval of Budget Amendment #006 in the amount of $1,187,244.00 for Fund 188 – Tax Rate Increase. (Carryover Purchase Order Budget)
Attachments: (1)
XI.C.7. Recommend approval of Budget Amendment #007 in the amount of $16,074,994.00 for Fund 189 – Maintenance Tax Notes 2017. (Carryover Purchase Order Budget)
Attachments: (1)
XI.C.8. Recommend approval of Budget Amendment #008 in the amount of $1,398,372.00 for Fund 197 – Projects. (Carryover Purchase Order Budget)
Attachments: (1)
XI.C.9. Recommend approval of Budget Amendment #009 in the amount of $535,725.00 for Fund 199 – Local Maintenance. (Carryover Purchase Order Budget)
Attachments: (1)
XI.D. Recommend approval of the following Contract(s)/Agreement(s):
XI.D.1. Recommend approval to enter into a Memorandum of Understanding between the Brownsville Independent School District and the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley for the purpose of providing AmeriCorps mentors to assist students/parents with necessary steps relating to test preparation, financial aid and admission applications for college acceptance at no cost to the District for the 2019-2020 school year. This MOU is at no cost to the District. *
Attachments: (1)
XI.D.2. Recommend approval to enter into a Memorandum of Understanding between Brownsville Independent School District and Tropical Texas Behavioral Health for mental health services for the 2019-2020 school year. This MOU is at no cost to the District.*
Attachments: (1)
XI.D.3. Recommend approval to enter into a Memorandum of Understanding for Serving Children and Adults in Need (SCAN), Inc., for the purpose of coordinating drug prevention activities/services for students from September 1, 2019 through August 15, 2020. The MOU is at no cost to the District. *
XI.D.4. Recommend approval to enter into a Memorandum of Understanding between Brownsville ISD and Mesquite Treatment Center, LLC to provide outpatient chemical dependence services, intervention and counseling to BISD Brownsville Academic Center students at no cost to the District. *
Attachments: (1)
XI.D.5. Recommend approval to enter into a Memorandum of Understanding between Brownsville Independent School District and Integrity Counseling and Consulting Center, LLC (Integrity CCC) for the 2019-2020 school year in order to provide contracted counseling services for students in foster care. No cost to the District. *
Attachments: (1)
XI.D.6. Recommend approval to enter into a Memorandum of Understanding with Buckner Children & Family Services, INC. – STAR Program that includes youth and family crisis prevention education, intervention and support services, skills-based training presentations, case management follow up and outreach for the 2019-2020 school year at no cost to the district. *
XI.D.7. Recommend approval to enter into Inter-Local Cooperation Agreement and Memorandum of Understanding between the Cameron County Juvenile Justice Alternative Education Program and the Brownsville Independent School District for 2019-2020 school year.  Not to exceed $60,000.00. *
XI.D.8. Recommended approval to renew the Memorandum with Communities in Schools Cameron County, Brownsville, Texas, for Case management Services for At-risk and Economically Disadvantaged students for the 2019-2020 school year in the amount not to exceed $425,000.00 from categorical funds. *
XI.D.9. Recommend approval to renew the Memorandum of Understanding between Cameron County Juvenile Justice Department and the Brownsville Independent School District for the 2019-2020 school year based on need and district funding availability for all six Early College High Schools and one Alternative Education Program in the amount of $140,000.00 from State Compensatory Education (162). *
XI.D.10. Recommend approval to enter into a Memorandum of Understanding between Brownsville Independent School District and The Uniting Neighbors In Drug Abuse Defense (UNIDAD) Tobacco Prevention & Control (TPC) for the purpose of providing tobacco prevention activities and education for BISD students and families. No cost to the District. *
Attachments: (1)
XI.D.11. Recommend approval of Memorandum of Understanding between Texas A & M University and Brownsville Independent School District to implement the Advise Texas College Advising Corps at Hanna, Pace, Porter, Lopez, Rivera and Veterans for the 2019-2020 and 2020-2021 school years subject to funding. Each ECHS will pay $10,000 from campus categorical or local funds for each year, not to exceed $60.000. *
XI.D.12. Recommend approval to enter into a Memorandum of Understanding between Brownsville Independent School District and Behavioral Health Solutions of South Texas for implementation of their anti-alcohol, tobacco, and drug programs expressly for reducing substance use and abuse among youth and the community during the BISD 2019-2020 school year. This MOU is at no cost to the District. *
XI.D.13. Recommend approval to enter into a MOU with United Way of Southern Cameron County to provide an Online Guided Reading Initiative Program from August 12, 2019 to June 30, 2020 at no cost to the District.  *  
Attachments: (1)
XI.D.14. Recommend approval to renew the AVID Memorandum of Agreement for Brownsville Early College High School, Hanna Early College High School, Lopez Early College High School, Pace Early College High School, Porter Early College High School, Rivera Early College High School, and Veterans Memorial Early College High School in the amount of $31,913.00 from budgeted local and categorical campus funds for the 2019-2020 school year. Services and items to be purchased are subject to the District’s needs and funding. *
Attachments: (1)
XI.D.15. Recommend approval for Memorandum of Agreement between RGV Linking Economic and Academic Development and Brownsville Independent School District for the 2019-2020 school year.  Rio Grande Valley Linking Economic and Academic Development will provide services to support the goal of students to stay in school and graduate from high school equipped with college and workforce readiness, in the amount not to exceed $27,268.00 from State Categorical CTE funds. *
Attachments: (1)
XI.D.16. Recommend approval to enter into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the University of Texas at Austin, The Language Learners at University of Austin’s Center for Hispanic Achievement (LUCHA) Program online courses, in the amount of $140,000.00 for the 2019-2020 school year. Services to be rendered to the district’s needs and funding.  *
XI.D.17. Recommend approval to enter into an agreement with the Texas Association of School Boards to conduct a review of District pay plans amount not to exceed $45,000.00.
Attachments: (1)
XI.E. Recommend approval of the following Bid(s)/Proposal(s)/Purchase(s)
XI.E.1. Recommend awarding Bid #20-003 Achievement Awards and Incentives District-wide to several vendors.  Approximate amount of $547,775.00 from Local and Categorical Funds.  (Annual Bid)
XI.E.2. Recommend awarding Bid #20-005 Training Room Supplies and Equipment District-wide to several vendors.  Approximate amount of $50,000.00 from Local and Categorical Funds.  (Annual Bid)
XI.E.3. Recommend awarding Bid #20-018 Recycling Services District-wide (Reverse Bid) to several vendors.  (Annual Bid)
XI.E.4. Recommend awarding Bid #20-032 Live Organisms for the Elementary Science Program District-wide to Carolina Biological Supply, Co., Burlington, NC.  Approximate amount of $50,000.00 from Local and Categorical Funds.  (Annual Bid)
XI.E.5. Recommend awarding Bid #20-034 Rental Trucks District-wide to U-Haul, Phoenix, AZ.  Approximate amount $50,000.00 from Local and Categorical Funds.  (Annual Bid)
XI.E.6. Recommend awarding Bid #20-036 Guidance and Counseling Program Supplies/Materials District-wide to several vendors.  Approximate amount of $88,294.00 from Local and Categorical Funds.  (Annual Bid)
XI.E.7. Recommend awarding Bid #20-037 Sign Language Interpreters/Services District-wide to several vendors.  Approximate amount of $50,000.00 from Local and Categorical Funds.  (Annual Bid)
XI.E.8. Recommend awarding Bid #20-038 Therapist Services for Speech, Occupational, Physical and Licensed School Psychology (LSSP), Speech Pathologist, Educational Diagnostician, Board Certified, Behavior Analyst (BCBA), Cart/Typewell Service, and Orientation and Mobility Specialist District-wide to several vendors.  Approximate amount of $50,000.00 from Local and Categorical Funds.  (Annual Proposal)
XI.E.9. Recommend awarding Bid #20-061 Air Conditioning Filters and Frames District-wide to several vendors.  Approximate amount of $80,471.00 from Local and Categorical Funds.  (Annual Bid)
XI.E.10. Recommend awarding Bid #20-062 Motor Oil and Automotive Fluids District-wide to several vendors.  Approximate amount of $50,000.00 from Local and Categorical Funds.  (Annual Bid)
XI.E.11. Recommend awarding Bid #20-063 Preventive Maintenance and Repair for School Buses and Vehicles Fleet District-wide to several vendors and cast lots for items #1, #36, #46, #51, #52, and #56 of said bid.  Approximate amount of $101,627.00 from Local and Categorical Funds.  (Annual Bid)
XI.E.12. Recommend awarding Bid #20-065 Fire Extinguisher Materials and Fire Suppressant System to several vendors.  Approximate amount of $48,671.00 from Local and Categorical Funds.  (Annual Bid)
XI.E.13. Recommend awarding Bid #20-066 for Concrete Supplies and Materials District-wide to several vendors.  Approximate amount of $50,000.00 from Local and Categorical Funds.  (Annual Bid)
XI.E.14. Recommend awarding Bid #20-069 Asbestos and Mold Abatement Contractor Services District-wide to several vendors.  Approximate amount of $458,258.00 from Local and Categorical Funds.  (Annual Bid)
XI.E.15. Recommend awarding Bid #20-070 Electrical Supplies and Materials District-wide to several vendors.  Approximate amount of $416,308.00 from Local and Categorical Funds.  (Annual Bid)
XI.E.16. Recommend awarding Bid #20-071 Electrical Contractor Services District-wide to several vendors.  Approximate amount of $52,387.00 from Local and Categorical Funds.  (Annual Bid)
XI.E.17. Recommend awarding Bid #20-072 Paint Supplies District-wide to several vendors and cast lots for item #18 of said bid.  Approximate amount of $144,817.00 from Local and Categorical Funds.  (Annual Bid) 
XI.E.18. Recommend awarding Bid #20-082 Commercial Overhead Door and Shutter District-wide to Alamo Door Systems, Harlingen, Texas.  Approximate amount of $50,000.00 from Local and Categorical Funds.  (Annual Bid)
XI.E.19. Recommend approval to award Competitive Sealed Proposal #19-006 Secondary Level Certification Instruction for EMT Program, for the 2019-2020 school year, to International Academy of Emergency Medical Technology, Brownsville, Texas, in the amount not to exceed $133,652.00.  Services will be rendered based on the needs of the district.
XI.E.20. Recommend approval to award Competitive Sealed Proposal #19-057 Secondary Level Certification Instruction for Basic Fire Suppression program, for the 2019-2020 school year, to International Academy of Emergency Medical Technology (IAEMT), Brownsville, Texas, in the amount not to exceed $299,984.00.  Services will be rendered based on the needs of the district. (Annual Proposal)    
XI.E.21. Recommend approval to award Competitive Sealed Proposal #20-004 Secondary Level Certification Instruction for Electrical program, for the 2019-2020 school year, to RGV Vocational Services, Brownsville, Texas, in the amount not to exceed $192,000.00.  Services will be rendered based on the needs of the district. (Annual Proposal)
XI.E.22. Recommend awarding Competitive Sealed Proposal #20-024 High School Marching Band Services District-wide to several vendors.  Approximate amount $97,777.00 from Local and Categorical Funds.  (Annual Proposal)
XI.E.23. Recommend approval of Competitive Sealed Proposal #20-110 Hanna ECHS New Gymnasium Facility project to Gerlach Builders, LLC dba Wil-Con of Edinburg, Texas in the amount not to exceed $8,408,940.00 and to authorize the Administration to enter into negotiations and execute the contract.  This construction project is to be paid from Tax Rate Increase Fund 188.
XI.E.24. Recommend approving Competitive Sealed Proposal #20-113 Keller Elementary, Ortiz Elementary and Stell Middle School HVAC Equipment Replacement & Improvements to Central Air & Heating, Inc. Harlingen, Texas, in the amount not to exceed $1,034,800.00 to be paid from Maintenance Tax Note Fund 189.
XI.E.25. Recommend approving Competitive Sealed Proposal #20-114 Margaret M. Clark Aquatic Center HVAC & Controls  replacement to Central Air & Heating, Inc. Harlingen, Texas, in the amount not to exceed $1,147,440.00 to be paid from Maintenance Tax Note Fund 189.
XI.E.26. Recommend awarding RFP #20-001 General Merchandise District-wide to several vendors.  Approximate amount of $681,219.00 from Local and Categorical Funds.  (Annual Proposal)
XI.E.27. Recommend awarding RFP #20-002 Groceries and Supplies District-wide to several vendors.  Approximate amount of $292,652.00 from Local and Categorical Funds.  (Annual Proposal)
XI.E.28. Recommend awarding RFP #20-025 Consultant/Presenter Services and Training District-wide to several vendors.  Approximate amount of $632,132.00 from Local and Categorical Funds. (Annual Proposal)
XII. CLOSED MEETING:  as pursuant to the Texas Government Code Sections: 551.071, 551.072, 551.074, 551.082, and 551.084.
XII.A. PERSONNEL MATTER(S):
XII.A.1. Presentation, acceptance and approval of Retirements. (3)
XII.A.2. Presentation, acceptance and approval of Resignations. (25)
XII.A.3. Recommend approval of probationary contractual personnel for the 2019-2020 school year(s)-Assistant Band Directors. Subject to receipt of all outstanding documentation.(4)
XII.A.4. Recommend approval of probationary contractual personnel for the 2019-2020 school year(s)-Assistant Choir Director. Subject to receipt of all outstanding documentation.(1)
XII.A.5. Recommend approval of probationary contractual personnel for the 2019-2020 school year(s) – Counselors.  Subject to receipt of all outstanding documentation. (2)
XII.A.6. Recommend approval of probationary contractual personnel for the 2019-2020 school year – Dean of Instruction. Subject to receipt of all outstanding documentation. (1)
XII.A.7. Recommend approval of probationary contractual personnel for the 2019-2020 school year(s) – Educational Diagnostician.  Subject to receipt of all outstanding documentation. (1)
XII.A.8. Recommend approval of probationary contractual personnel for the 2019-2020 school year(s) - Teachers.  Subject to receipt of all outstanding documentation. (16)
XII.A.9. Recommend approval of non-chapter 21 contractual personnel for the 2019-2020 school year(s) - Coordinator.  Subject to receipt of all outstanding documentation. (1)
XII.A.10. Recommend approval of non-chapter 21 personnel for the 2019-2020 school year(s) – District Architect (Manuel Hinojosa). Subject to receipt of all outstanding documentation. (1)
XII.A.11. Recommend approval of term-chapter 21 contractual personnel for the 2019-2020 school year – Assistant Principal. Subject to receipt of all outstanding documentation. (1)
XII.A.12. Recommend approval of term-chapter 21 contractual personnel for the 2019-2020 school year(s) - Teacher.  Subject to receipt of all outstanding documentation. (1)
XII.A.13. Recommend approval to adjust the working days of a professional employee (E.U.) for the 2019-2020 School Year.
XII.A.14. Recommend approval of qualified administrators as Texas Teacher Evaluation Support System (T-TESS) Appraisers for the 2019-2020 Fiscal School Year.
XII.A.15. Recommend approval of Superintendent Goals.
XII.A.16. Board Self-Evaluation.
XII.A.17. Discussion, consideration and possible action regarding the appointment, employment, evaluation, and duties of the Superintendent.
XII.B. ATTORNEY CONSULTATION
XII.B.1. Staff Attorney
XII.B.1.a. Discussion, consideration, and possible action regarding Guile R. Vela vs Brownsville Independent School District.
XII.B.1.b. Discussion, consideration, and possible action regarding Rita Gracia vs Brownsville Independent School District & Victor Ramirez, Individually.
XII.B.2. Board Attorney
XII.B.2.a. Discussion, consideration and possible action on BISD v Wilson Construction v Sechrist-Hall v Drury South, Cause No. 2017-DCL-04616-E.
XII.B.2.b. Update on Board request for guidance from TEA, TASB, or the Attorney General's office regarding appropriate usage of social media by school district officials and employees; i.e. to eliminate and/or limit district liability for individual actions.
XII.B.2.c. Discussion, consideration and possible action regarding Civil Action No. 1; 16-cv-0040, The Estate of Isis Lucero Esquivel, et al. v. Brownsville Independent School District.
XII.B.2.d. Discussion, consideration and possible action for Irma Garcia on behalf of H.G. Docket No. 312-SE-0519.
XII.B.2.e. Discussion, consideration and possible action on OCR Ref #06-19-123 v Brownsville Independent School District.
XII.C. INTERNAL AUDITOR CONSULTATION
XII.C.1. Consultation with Interim Lead Internal Auditor (Status of past, ongoing and completed Board approved audits).
XII.D. BOARD MEMBER REQUEST(S):
XII.D.1. Discussion, consideration and update on TEA complaints filed against Board, Board Members or District.  (Board Member Request - LPR)
XIII. BOARD RECONVENES - Board action on agenda items discussed in Executive Session.
XIV. Announcement(s):
XIV.A. Next scheduled Board Meeting of the Board of Trustees is on Tuesday, September 3, 2019.
XV. Adjournment.
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