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September 1, 2020 at 6:00 PM - Regular Meeting

Live streamed via YouTube
https://youtu.be/Mriw-jQpsJs
**Physical distancing and masks will be required.
Agenda
1. BOARD MEETING - 6:00 P.M. - Administration Building, 45 East State Street, Farmington, UT
1.A. INTRODUCTORY ITEMS
1.A.1. Public Comment Rules, Welcome, and Introductions
Presenter:  Pres. John L. Robison
1.A.2. Pledge of Allegiance
Presenter:  Ms. Sophia Leavitt, Bountiful High Senior and Student Board Member
1.A.3. Introduction of the 2020-2021 Student School Board Members 
Presenter:  Dr. Dan Linford
Description:  Dr. Linford will introduce the 2020-2021 Student School Board Members, Ms. Sophia Leavitt, senior at Bountiful High and Mr. Matthew Cohen, senior at Layton High.
1.A.4. 2020-2021 Student School Board Members Oath of Office 
Presenter:  Mr. Craig Carter
Description:  Mr. Craig Carter will administer the Oath of Office to Ms. Sophia Leavitt and Mr. Matthew Cohen.
1.B. PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD
Presenter:  Pres. John L. Robison
Description:  Public comments will be accepted for approximately eighteen (18) minutes. Each speaker will be allowed a maximum of three (3) minutes.
1.C. INFORMATION ITEMS
1.C.1. Layton City Presentation 
Presenter:  Mayor Joy Petro
1.C.2. Committee Report
Presenter:  Board members
1.C.2.a. Foundation
Presenter:  Ms. Marie Stevenson
1.C.2.b. USBA 
Presenter:  Ms. Brigit Gerrard
1.C.2.c. Head Start Policy Council 
Presenter:  Pres. John L. Robison, Ms.Cheryl Phipps
1.C.3. Superintendent Report
Presenter:  Superintendent Reid Newey
1.D. CONSENT ITEMS
1.D.1. Board Minutes (exhibit)
Presenter:  Mr. Craig Carter
Description:  Mr. Craig Carter and his staff have prepared the minutes from the August 4, 2020 and August 6, 2020 board meeting and the Augsut 18, 2020 board workshop. Please review the minutes prior to this meeting and feel free to make amendments as needed.
1.D.2. Financial Report (exhibit)
Presenter:  Mr. Craig Carter
Description:  Mr. Craig Carter and the Accounting Department have prepared the financial report. If you have any questions regarding this report, please contact Mr. Carter prior to the Board meeting.
1.D.3. Personnel Report (exhibit)
Presenter:  Mr. John Zurbuchen
Description:  Ms. Suzi Jensen and the Human Resources Department staff have prepared the Personnel Report. If you have any questions regarding this report, please contact Mr. Zurbuchen prior to the meeting.
Attachments:
1.D.4. Land Trust Amendments (exhibit) 
Presenter:  Ms. Janeal Magalei
Description:  School Community Councils propose amendments to their current year LAND Trust plans.  Please review the proposed amendments and contact Ms. Janeal Magalei with any questions you have prior to the board meeting.
1.E. BUSINESS ITEMS
1.E.1. Board Calendar (exhibit)
Presenter:  Pres. John L. Robison
Description:  The Board will review the Board calendar for September, October and November for approval.
Attachments:
1.E.2. 2020-2021 Calendar Revision 
Presenter:  Dr. Helene Van Natter
Description:  Dr. Van Natter will present to the Board the proposal to move the professional development day schedule for September 28, 2020 to the Spring. 
1.E.3. Curriculum Materials Review Committee for 2020-2021 (exhibit) 
Presenter:  Dr. Logan Toone, Dr. Tim Best
Description:  According to R277-474, the Board of Education is required to approve membership of the Curriculum Materials Review Committee annually.  This committee includes parents, health professionals, school health educators, and administrators.  The board will consider approval of the 2020-2021 Curriculum Materials Review Committee as outlined.
1.E.4. Amendments to District Early Learning Plan for 2020-2021 (exhibit) 
Presenter:  Dr. Logan Toone
Description:  The district’s Early Learning Plan (ELP) for the 2020-2021 school year was approved by the board on July 14, 2020. In response to Utah State Board of Education review and recommendations, a few amendments to the approved plan will be considered by the board for approval.
1.E.5. Washington Elementary Site Surplus declared surplus
Presenter:  Mr. Craig Carter
Description:  With the closure of Washington Elementary last year, the district does not need the site.  In order for us to dispose of the site, it must be declared surplus and available for to be sold.  We would ask that the board declare our Washington Elementary site comprising approximately 9.965 acres as surplus.  Any questions can be directed to Mr. Carter ahead of our board meeting.
1.E.6. Approval of proposed sale of the Washington Elementary Site to Bountiful City (exhibit) 
Presenter:  Mr. Craig Carter
Description:  Per state code, Bountiful City has the first right to purchase our Washington Elementary Site.  They have made an offer of $3,472,603.60 for our 9.965 acres.  That equates to a value of $348,480.04/acre.  That price is in line with the value of high density housing property.  The offer is contingent upon Bountiful City successfully passing a bond in November 2020 to raise the funds needed to purchase the site.  The agreement also includes a statement that the city and district will enter into an interlocal agreement to allow us use of the fields for our varsity team practice/games.  We recommend your approval with the noted contingencies.
1.E.7.  Approval of 0.6 Acres to Symphony Homes (exhibit)
Presenter:  Mr. Craig Carter
Description:  Symphony homes is developing a sub-division north of Reading Elementary.  They have offer a price of $300,000/acre to purchase a small section of our playground at Reading Elementary.  In discussion with the school, the piece they would like to purchase will not impact the playground or student recess space.  It will allow Symphony to add 5 additional home lots the will provide a secure border for our site.  The proceeds we expect to receive will be $180,000.
1.E.8. Building F2 Remodel Cm/Gc Selection (exhibit) 
Presenter:  Mr. Craig Carter
Description:  The existing Transportation Department offices in Building F2 are inadequate.  The vacant space in the northwest corner of Building F2 will be remodeled to accommodate new open office layout for the Transportation Department, lounge space and restrooms for bus drivers, lounge space and restrooms for the mechanics, and a new training room to accommodate 300 people.  Along with that, the northeast corner of the building will be converted into office space to house Early Childhood, Federal Programs, and Custodial Services Departments.  The parking lot west of Building G4 will be remodeled to accommodate increased parking needs. The District Professional Services Selection Committee evaluated proposals from five different contractors.  The successful firm will work as a construction manager (Cm) to assist the design team with cost estimates, constructability reviews, and monitor the bid climate.  Once plans are complete, the construction manager will switch hats and as a general contractor (Gc) will bid out the project to subcontractors.
1.E.9. 10CR-004 School Community Council - FIRST and FINAL Reading (exhibit)
Presenter:  Mr. Ben Onofrio
Description:  Language change on electronic voting requested Assessment Department to reflect current practice. Recommend approval on First and FINAL reading.
1.E.10. 5S-200 Extracurricular and Co-Curricular Activities Participation - FIRST and FINAL Reading (exhibit)
Presenter:  Mr. Ben Onofrio
Description:  Updated to comply with change in state law.  Legislative Session 2020 SB37 Electronic Cigarette and Other Nicotine Product Amendments. 
Recommend approval on First and FINAL reading.
1.E.11. 2HR-200 Equal Employment Opportunity - FIRST and FINAL Reading (exhibit)
Presenter:  Mr. Ben Onofrio
Description:  Five-year review. Non-substantive changes to comply with current practice.
Recommend approval on First and FINAL reading.
1.E.12.  2HR-206 Employee Sexual Harassment Under the Jurisdiction of Title VII - FIRST Reading (exhibit)
Presenter:  Mr. Ben Onofrio
Description:  Revised to clary that protections of Title IX may apply to employees in an educational setting when alleged conduct rises to the level of sexual harassment as defined in Title IX regulations.
1.E.13. Optional Extended Day Kindergarten Plan (exhibit)
Presenter:  Dr. Bernardo Villar
Description:  The Optional Enhanced Kindergarten Program (OEK) is to provide schools with the financial resources to administer an evidence-based, academic kindergarten program focused on literacy and mathematics, targeting academically at-risk students, and delivered through additional hours. Dr. Villar will present the plan for the Boards approval. 
1.F. Board Reports
Presenter:  Pres. John L. Robison
Description:  Board member time to share an experience or information received from any conference, meeting, school visit, etc.
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