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AGENDA Regular Meeting of the Board of Education, Independent School District Number One, Tulsa County, Oklahoma, Monday, May 19, 2014, at 6:30 PM, in...

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AGENDA Regular Meeting of the Board of Education, Independent School District Number One, Tulsa County, Oklahoma, Monday, May 19, 2014, at 6:30 PM, in the Cheryl Selman Room, Ground Floor Level, at the Charles C. Mason Education Service Center, 3027 South New Haven Avenue, Tulsa, Oklahoma. With the exception of item A-1, the Board of Education reserves the right to take up any agenda item in any order regardless of how items are listed. This is an open, public meeting held in accordance with the Open Meeting Laws of the State of Oklahoma. The purpose of this meeting is to conduct the business of the School District. As the elected representatives of the School District voters and school patrons, the School Board members will be making decisions concerning the operation of the School District. Persons desiring to address the Board concerning items not on the agenda must submit a written request form, available from the Clerk of the School Board, at least seven days prior to each meeting. Statements to the School Board by members of the public are limited to five minutes each.

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A.

OPENING EXERCISES A-1.

Call to order and confirm that a quorum of the Board is present.

A-2.

Flag salute led by the Washington High School JROTC under the direction of Major Phil Courtin.

A-3.

Remind those wishing to address the Board, sign with the clerk -- 5-minute limit.

A-4.

Motion and vote to adopt the Agenda.

B.

RECOGNITION OF VISITORS

C.

SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS/AWARDS/RESOLUTIONS

D.

C-1.

Superintendent's special presentations and awards.

C-2.

Swearing in of Campus Police Officers.

Approve minutes of previous meetings of the Board of Education. Regular Meeting May 5, 2014

E. CONSENT AGENDA – Motion and vote on recommendation. F.

ACTION AGENDA – Motion and vote on each recommendation.

G. INFORMATION AGENDA H. STAFF REPORTS I.

BOARD MEMBER REPORTS/CONCERNS

J.

CITIZENS’ COMMENTS

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K. SUPERINTENDENT’S REPORTS/PRESENTATIONS L.

OTHER NONROUTINE ITEMS REQUIRING BOARD ACTION

M. NEW BUSINESS Consideration and possible action on any matter which could not have been reasonably foreseen prior to the legal time deadline for posting of the agenda for this meeting. N. ANNOUNCEMENTS The next regular scheduled meeting of the Board of Education will be held on Monday, June 2, 2014, at 6:30 p.m. in the Cheryl Selman Room at the Education Service Center, 3027 South New Haven Avenue, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

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E.

CONSENT AGENDA - Motion and vote on recommendations Note: With the exception of student trips and routine staffing items, Consent items appeared on the previous regular meeting’s Agenda as Information Agenda items unless otherwise indicated. ITEMS LISTED BELOW SUBMITTED BY DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT, DR. KIM DYCE Recommendations submitted by Lead Secondary Instructional Leadership Director, Dr. Oliver Wallace E-1.

RECOMMENDATION: Enter into a contract with the Oklahoma State Department of Health to provide FITNESSGRAM scores during the 2014-2015 school year. FURTHER RECOMMEND: The attorneys for the School District prepare/approve the appropriate contract document(s) and the proper officers of the Board of Education be authorized to execute the document(s) on behalf of the District. COST: No cost to the District REQUISITION NUMBER: 41300709 RATIONALE: The Oklahoma State Department of Health has a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with FITNESSGRAM and would like to receive the District's FITNESSGRAM scores and provide training, equipment, and updates on the FITNESSGRAM software. FITNESSGRAM is a tool that provides an accurate assessment of each student's physical fitness by measuring three components important to overall health and function.

E-2.

RECOMMENDATION: Enter into a contract with the Greenwood Cultural Center to host Central Junior High School's eighth-grade prom on May 23, 2014. FURTHER RECOMMEND: The attorneys for the School District prepare/approve the appropriate contract document(s) and the proper officers of the Board of Education be authorized to execute the document(s) on behalf of the District. COST: $525 FUND NAME/ACCOUNT: Central's School Activity Fund #560 RATIONALE: The eighth-grade prom is a celebration by students and guests for the completion of eighth grade.

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ITEMS LISTED BELOW SUBMITTED BY CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER, DR. TRISH WILLIAMS Recommendations submitted by Executive Projects/Energy Management, Mr. Bob LaBass E-3.

Director

of

Bond

RECOMMENDATION: Enter into a contract with Builders Unlimited, Tulsa, Oklahoma, the lowest responsible bidder, for interior renovations of the fine arts classrooms at Edison Preparatory School. FURTHER RECOMMEND: The attorneys for the School District prepare/approve the appropriate contract document(s) and the proper officers of the Board of Education be authorized to execute the document(s) on behalf of the District. COST: Not to exceed $255,568 FUND NAME/ACCOUNT: Bond Fund, 38-1200-4700-504500-000-000000-00012-712-T0207 ($54,000), 3B-1220-4700-504500-000-000000-000-12-712T0207 ($71,718) and 3D-1133-4700-506540-000-000000-000-12-712-T0207 ($129,850) RATIONALE: The improvements of the fine arts classrooms are part of the 2010 bond issue.

E-4.

RECOMMENDATION: Enter into a contract with The Watts Co., Glenpool, Oklahoma, the lowest responsible bidder, for the renovation of restrooms at Memorial High School. FURTHER RECOMMEND: The attorneys for the School District prepare/approve the appropriate contract document(s) and the proper officers of the Board of Education be authorized to execute the document(s) on behalf of the District. COST: Not to exceed $52,7077 FUND NAME/ACCOUNT: Contingent upon the successful sale and receipt of 2014C Bond funds. RATIONALE: The improvement of restrooms is part of the 2010 bond issue.

E-5.

RECOMMENDATION: Enter into a contract with Hellas Construction, Inc., Austin, Texas, the lowest responsible bidder, for the installation of artificial turf at Edison Preparatory School.

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FURTHER RECOMMEND: The attorneys for the School District prepare/approve the appropriate contract document(s) and the proper officers of the Board of Education be authorized to execute the document(s) on behalf of the District. COST: Not to exceed $650,000 FUND NAME/ACCOUNT: Bond Fund, 3D-1220-4700-504500-000-000000-00012-712-T0199 RATIONALE: The installation of the new turf practice field provides an improved surface for student athletes to practice on. This project is part of the 2010 bond issue. E-6.

RECOMMENDATION: Correct the funding source for Change Order Number One for KMS approved on the April 21, 2014, Agenda, item E-15, for the HVAC renovation at Central High School. FUND NAME/ACCOUNT: Contingent upon the successful sale and receipt of the 2014C Bond Funds. RATIONALE: The account number was inadvertently entered incorrectly.

E-7.

RECOMMENDATION: Approve Change Order Number Two with Crossland Construction for low voltage controls at the McBirney transportation building. FURTHER RECOMMEND: The attorneys for the School District prepare/approve the appropriate contract document(s) and the proper officers of the Board of Education be authorized to execute the document(s) on behalf of the District. COST: Not to exceed $16,695.51 and is contingent upon the successful sale and receipt of the 2014B Bonds funds. RATIONALE: The low voltage controls were not included in the total guaranteed maximum price. This is part of the 2010 bond issue.

ITEMS LISTED BELOW SUBMITTED BY CHIEF HUMAN CAPITAL OFFICER, MS. TALIA SHAULL E-8.

RECOMMENDATION: Approve position creations/deletions. RATIONALE: Positions to be effective after Board approval unless otherwise indicated. Funding for each new position listed will originate from and be included in the applicable department budget.

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E-9.

RECOMMENDATION: Approve routine staffing items. RATIONALE: Routine personnel actions implement the various human capital plans and priorities authorized by the Board of Education.

E-10.

RECOMMENDATION: Review and approve an internship program with Amity Institute for the assignment of sponsored interns at Eisenhower and Zarrow International schools during the 2014-2015 school year. FURTHER RECOMMEND: The attorneys for the School District prepare/approve the appropriate contract document(s) and the proper officers of the Board of Education be authorized to execute the document(s) on behalf of the District. COST: No cost to the District RATIONALE: The District will provide interns with the opportunity to gain practical experience in an American classroom under the direct supervision of a certified teacher, while the intern shares his or her language and culture with the schools and community. The program will promote quality learning experiences for teachers and for students.

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F.

ACTION AGENDA - Motion and vote on each recommendation ITEMS LISTED BELOW SUBMITTED BY CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER, DR. TRISH WILLIAMS Recommendations submitted by Executive Projects/Energy Management, Mr. Bob LaBass F-1.

Director

of

Bond

RECOMMENDATION: Correct the total guaranteed maximum price (GMP) on Amendment Number Ten with Trigon General Contractors and Construction Management, approved on the April 8, 2014, Agenda, item E-19 and E-21, for the pool repurposing projects at Anderson, Chouteau, Lewis & Clark, and Hamilton elementary schools, and Hale Jr. High School. Phase I - Pool Repurposing Trade contracts $1,201,805.00 Reimbursables $0.00 Allowances $11,350.00 General Conditions $84,922.00 Management Fees $51,923.00 Allowance for Modifications $0.00 TOTAL GMP - Phase I $1,350,000.00 Phase II - Pool Repurposing Trade contracts - NON $778,768.00 PCBA Reimbursables $533,856.00 Allowances $217,980.00 General Conditions $107,143.00 Management Fees $65,510.00 Allowance for Modifications $90,000.00 TOTAL GMP - Phase I $1,793,257.00

6A 9A 9B 15A 15B 16A

Contracts Millwork KC Woodwork Drywall & Ceilings Wiljo Interiors Flooring Interior Concepts Plumbing J&M Plumbing HVAC American A/C Electrical Raceway Electric

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                                      $ 120,063 $ 204,530 $ 90,900 $ 236,966 $ 387,046 $ 162,300

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FURTHER RECOMMEND: The attorneys for the School District prepare/approve the appropriate contract document(s) and the proper officers of the Board of Education be authorized to execute the document(s) on behalf of the District. COST: Not to exceed $3,143,257 FUND NAME/ACCOUNT: Phase I GMP of $1,350,000 is being funded out of 2014A bond funds; and Phase II GMP of $1,793,257 is contingent upon the successful sale and receipt of 2014C bond funds. RATIONALE: The repurposing of pools is part of the 2010 bond issue. Placing this item on Action will assist in completing the Lewis and Clark Elementary School project prior to the start of the 2014-2015 school year and provide seven additional classrooms to relieve the existing overcrowded conditions at the school. The other sites will be completed later in the fall. ITEMS LISTED BELOW SUBMITTED BY CHIEF HUMAN CAPITAL OFFICER, MS. TALIA SHAULL F-2.

RECOMMENDATION: Amend item E-14, approved on the June 17, 2013, Agenda, to increase the funding to purchase professional, clerical, and industrial/labor temporary personnel services from Pinpoint Personnel, Tulsa, Oklahoma, for the remainder of the 2013-2014 fiscal year. COST: Not to exceed $1,300,000 (an increase of $550,000) FUND NAME/ACCOUNT: To be charged to the individual department and applicable fund/account RATIONALE: This is an estimated increase amount of funds needed for the remaining fiscal year because of additional staffing requirements due to the 2013 technology bond and the increased needs of various departments for temporary personnel.

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G.

INFORMATION AGENDA ITEMS LISTED BELOW SUBMITTED BY DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT, DR. KIM DYCE Recommendations submitted by Lead Secondary Instructional Leadership Director, Dr. Oliver Wallace G-1.

RECOMMENDATION: Renew the contract with Pearson NCS, Austin, Texas, for the use of Thoreau Demonstration Academy, June 4-July 25, 2014. FURTHER RECOMMEND: The attorneys for the School District prepare/approve the appropriate contract document(s) and the proper officers of the Board of Education be authorized to execute the document(s) on behalf of the District. COST: No cost to the District. Pearson will pay $15,525 plus utilities for the use of the building. REQUISITION NUMBER: 41300715 RATIONALE: Pearson grades tests for the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards to determine National Board Certified Teacher status. The Thoreau facility has been used for the past 14 years.

G-2.

RECOMMENDATION: Enter into an agreement with Glynlyon, Inc., Chandler, Arizona, to purchase OdysseyWare Internet Based Learning Management System and Curriculum 2011 Release Version 2.0 for Tulsa Learning Academy. FURTHER RECOMMEND: The attorneys for the School District prepare/approve the appropriate contract document(s) and the proper officers of the Board of Education be authorized to execute the document(s) on behalf of the District. COST: Not to exceed $9,800 FUND NAME/ACCOUNT: General Technology, 11-3330-1000-506530-430000000-000-16-636 REQUISITION NUMBER: 21410446 RATIONALE: OdysseyWare is an online web-based program available for Grades 3-12. Courses in this program include the core subjects of social studies and history, math, language arts, and science, as well as a variety of electives. OdysseyWare is also flexible and effective and packed with compelling content, interactivity, and dynamic audio and video elements which empowers teachers, and inspires academic achievement. By combining a variety of curriculums under one roof, Tulsa Learning Academy's choices will be plentiful.

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Recommendations submitted by Chief Accountability Officer, Mr. Chris Johnson G-3.

RECOMMENDATION: Name the District's new enrollment center "Tulsa Public Schools Enrollment Center." COST: No cost to the District RATIONALE: In accordance with School Board Policy 8102, an ad hoc committee met to consider naming the new enrollment center located at the former site of the Eisenhower International School and voted unanimously to recommend naming the new center "Tulsa Public Schools Enrollment Center."

ITEMS LISTED BELOW SUBMITTED BY CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER, DR. TRISH WILLIAMS G-4.

RECOMMENDATION: Amend item E-9, of the April 21, 2014, Agenda, to correct the term of the contract with Imperial, Inc., Tulsa, Oklahoma, to read "for the period July 1, 2014, through June 30, 2019." FUND NAME/ACCOUNT: No cost to the District RATIONALE: This change reflects the correct contract term as identified in the RFP documents and as agreed.

G-5.

RECOMMENDATION: Amend item E-8, of the April 21, 2014, Agenda, to correct the term of the contract with Great Plains Coca Cola Bottling Company, Tulsa Oklahoma, to read "for the period July 1, 2014, through June 30, 2019." COST: No cost to the District RATIONALE: This change reflects the correct contract term as identified in the RFP documents and as agreed.

G-6.

RECOMMENDATION: Enter into an agreement with Disbursement Review, LLC, Plano, Texas, to conduct a review of procurement and accounts payable records to determine whether or not, and to what extent, over payments and/or under deductions have been made which have not been identified by the District for the fiscal period ending June 30, 2013. FURTHER RECOMMEND: The attorneys for the School District prepare/approve the appropriate contract document(s) and the proper officers of the Board of Education be authorized to execute the document(s) on behalf of the District.

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RATIONALE: Having an independent review of disbursement transactions allows management assurance that processes and procedures are functioning to a high degree of accuracy. Recommendations submitted by Executive Projects/Energy Management, Mr. Bob LaBass G-7.

Director

of

Bond

RECOMMENDATION: Enter into contract with the lowest responsible bidder for security systems at various schools as determined by the District's Campus Police Department. FURTHER RECOMMEND: The attorneys for the School District prepare/approve the appropriate contract document(s) and the proper officers of the Board of Education be authorized to execute the document(s) on behalf of the District. COST: Approximately $1,200,000 FUND NAME/ACCOUNT: 000000-000-02-026

Technology

Fund,

3E-1179-2580-506530-000-

RATIONALE: The improvements of security systems are part of the 2013 bond issue. G-8.

RECOMMENDATION: Purchase library shelving from Vance Hunt Libraries, Kennedale, Texas, the lowest responsible bidder, to match the shelving in various existing libraries and new facilities at Mitchell and Lindbergh elementary schools. FURTHER RECOMMEND: The attorneys for the School District prepare/approve the appropriate contract document(s) and the proper officers of the Board of Education be authorized to execute the document(s) on behalf of the District. COST: Approximately $85,000 FUND NAME/ACCOUNT: Contingent upon successful sale and receipt of 2014C Bond Funds. RATIONALE: The replacement and additional library shelving is part of the 2010 bond issue.

G-9.

RECOMMENDATION: Purchase technology related furniture from KI (Krueger International) for computer classrooms and computer labs at Edison Preparatory School. COST: Not to exceed $103,000

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FUND NAME/ACCOUNT: Bond Fund, 3E-1169-2580-506530-000-000000-00007-712 RATIONALE: The computer furniture will support the technology products in seven existing or newly created computer labs/classrooms. G-10.

RECOMMENDATION: Purchase classroom furniture from International) for new classrooms at various sites.

KI

(Krueger

COST: Approximately $150,000 FUND NAME/ACCOUNT: Contingent upon the successful sale and receipt of the 2014C Bond funds. RATIONALE: The improvement of classrooms are part of the 2010 bond issue. G-11.

RECOMMENDATION: Approve deduct Change Order Number Two with Crossland Construction for the Salk Elementary School library and classroom additions. FURTHER RECOMMEND: The attorneys for the School District prepare/approve the appropriate contract document(s) and the proper officers of the Board of Education be authorized to execute the document(s) on behalf of the District. COST: The total deduct change order is $16,695 RATIONALE: The project has been completed and all of the allowances were not used.

ITEMS LISTED BELOW SUBMITTED BY CHIEF HUMAN CAPITAL OFFICER, MS. TALIA SHAULL G-12.

RECOMMENDATION: Amend item E-15 of the June 17, 2013, Agenda to renew the contract to purchase third-party workers’compensation administration services from JI Companies, Austin, Texas, for the remainder of the 2013-2014 fiscal year. FURTHER RECOMMEND: The attorneys for the School District prepare/approve the appropriate contract document(s) and the proper officers of the Board of Education be authorized to execute the document(s) on behalf of the District.

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RATIONALE: Changes in the Oklahoma Workers’ Compensation rules and regulations went into effect on February 1, 2014, and the District now has preauthorization requirements for prescription drugs that do not fall within the RX Closed Formulary. Prior to this new ruling, Oklahoma did not have preauthorization requirements. G-13.

RECOMMENDATION: Enter into a memorandum of understanding with Teach For America, Inc. to host a summer institute for Teach For America corps members, wherein corps members in conjunction with Tulsa Public Schools' teachers will provide tuition-free summer instruction to District students. FURTHER RECOMMEND: The attorneys for the District review and approve the memorandum of understanding and the proper officers of the Board of Education be authorized to execute the memorandum on behalf of the District. COST: No cost to the District FUND NAME/ACCOUNT: Title 1 cost for stipends were previously approved on the January 21, 2014, Agenda, item E-14. Additional cost not allowable under Title 1 will be covered by Civic Donor Funds, approved on the April 1, 2013, Agenda, item, E-19. RATIONALE: The District offers an annual summer education program to its students, and Teach For America conducts an annual summer training program for new corps members in which corps members are trained in pedagogy and teaching strategies and have the opportunity to teach in actual classroom settings. During the summer institute, Teach For America corps members in conjunction with Tulsa Public Schools' teachers will provide tuition-free innovative instruction to District students. The summer institute will mutually benefit the District and Teach For America.

G-14.

RECOMMENDATION: Correct the one-year agreement with McREL to provide supplemental training on the McREL Balanced Leadership Modules approved on the December, 16, 2013, Agenda, item E-20, to include an updated scope of work for Balanced Leadership with Developing Professional Developers (DPD) on-site training. COST: Not to exceed $36,750 (an increase of $31,665) FUND NAME/ACCOUNT: School Leadership Program Grant, 11-7789-2573503600-000-000000-000-05-093-7789 REQUISITION NUMBER: 11409391 RATIONALE: The additional scope of work for the Balanced Leadership with DPD options would include five on-site training sessions with the focus on Purposeful Community, Managing Change and Focus of Leadership content.

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ITEMS LISTED BELOW SUBMITTED BY CHIEF INFORMATION AND OPERATIONS OFFICER, MR. BEN STOUT G-15.

RECOMMENDATION: Enter into a contract with Teach for America, Inc., (TFA) to transport TFA corps members participating in the Summer Institute, each weekday commencing on June 9, 2014, and ending on July 11, 2014, with no classes or transportation provided on July 4, 2014, (the "Term"). FURTHER RECOMMEND: The attorneys for the School District prepare/approve the appropriate contract document(s) and the proper officers of the Board of Education be authorized to execute the document(s) on behalf of the District. COST: No cost to the District REQUISITION NUMBER: 41300723 RATIONALE: Teach for America, Inc., will pay for all costs incurred by the District in providing this transportation, not to exceed $57,095.

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SUPPORTING INFORMATION CONSENT ITEM E-8

POSITION CREATIONS/DELETIONS

Create: Position Special Education Coordinator-ESC/ Special Education and Student Services (5 positions)

Salary/Grade EG-5 12 Months

Annual Budget Impact: $ 278,500 min. – $ 417,500 max.

Duties Implement District policies and procedures in compliance with IDEA indicators from the Department of Special Education and Student Services. Assist principals and school leadership teams in the identification and development of sound instructional strategies designed to increase the educational performance of students on IEPs in order that they may be college and career ready.

Funding Source: 11-6210-2212-501110-239000000-108-05-066-6210

Delete: Position Special Education Coordinator-ESC/Special Education and Student Services (5 positions) Annual Budget Impact: $ 246,460 min. – $ 369,469 max.

Salary/Grade EG-5 200 days

Duties Implement District policies and procedures in compliance with IDEA indicators from the Department of Special Education and Student Services. Assist principals and school leadership teams in the identification and development of sound instructional strategies designed to increase the educational performance of students on IEPs in order that they may be college and career ready.

Funding Source: 11-6210-2212-501110-239000000-108-05-066-6210

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Create: Position Alternative Programs Instructional Leadership DirectorESC/Deputy Superintendent Annual Budget Impact: $ 103,500 min. – $ 155,300 max. Funding Source: 11-0000-2340-501110000-000000-107-16-079

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Salary/Grade XG-3 12 Months

Duties Oversee a portfolio of alternative and residential/treatment sites and over 3.5 million in state and local dollars. Inspire, provide thoughtpartnership, coach, hold principals accountable, and build the capacity of principals to improve the conditions of teaching and learning in each of their schools. Ensure the effective operation of alternative education programs in order to serve a broad range of the district's students, including the coordination, development, oversight and financial management of alternative programs made available through the annual State Department of Education allocation and local district funding.

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SUPPORTING INFORMATION CONSENT ITEM E-9

ROUTINE STAFFING ITEMS

ELECTIONS Effective Date

Degree/ Step

Contract Amount

Barnes, Vicki

4/28/14

BL-B

$ 3,058.12

Bowen, Jennifer

5/12/14

M-0

1,157.59

Davis, Hailee

8/14/14 5/26/15

B-0

32,900.00

Teacher-Edison/Math

Deardorff, Melanie

1/06/14

B-2

17,998.86

Teacher-Hamilton/ Special Education Rate: $33,700.00 Return from leave

Dyer, Gretchen

4/23/14

BL-B

2,878.47

CNS Manager B-Owen Rate: $20,260.00 Return from leave

Estes, Jane

4/28/14

B-14

4,921.25

Teacher-Central Jr. High/ Special Education Rate: $39,370.00 Return from leave

Holland, Linda

4/28/14

B-26

6,587.75

Teacher-Park/Grade 1 Rate: $52,630.00 Return from leave

Johnson, Ashley

8/14/14 5/26/15

B-0

32,900.00

Name

Assignment

Certificated/Administrative:

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CNS Manager B-Mark Twain Rate: $24,332.00 Return from leave Teacher-Gilcrease/ELD Half-Time Rate: $16,978.00 Return from leave

Teacher-Remington/ Grade 5

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ELECTIONS - Continued Effective Date

Degree/ Step

Contract Amount

Kemp, Stacey

1/27/14

B-6

$ 16,246.02

McKinney, Kathryn

8/14/14 5/26/15

B-0

32,900.00

Tornberg, Jessica

3/31/14

B-4

8,232.95

Biggers, Shauna

4/21/14 5/28/14

MT-A

$ 9.95

Bolton, Charmetta

5/05/14 6/30/14

MT-3

9.21 .46

Custodian-Owen Shift differential

Cardenas Ruiz, Gilder

5/01/14 6/30/14

MT-3

9.21 .46

Custodian-Plant Operations Shift differential

Collins, Taneshia

4/28/14 6/11/14

IS-6

10.81

Teacher Assistant (TA)Chouteau

Dixon, Angela

11/18/13 5/28/14

MT-6

11.21

Assistant Child Nutrition Services (CNS) ManagerRogers Return from leave

Ellis, Carole

4/28/14 5/28/14

IS-6

12.28

TA-McClure Return from leave

Guiterez, Sara

1/06/14 5/28/14

MT-2

9.79

Name

Assignment

Certificated/Administrative: Teacher-McKinley/Grade 1 Rate: $35,300.00 Return from leave Teacher-Remington/Grade 4 Teacher-Grissom/ Special Education Rate: $34,500.00 Return from leave

Support (Hourly):

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Site Assistant-Salk/Before and After Care Return from leave

CNS Cook I-ESC/Child Nutrition Return from leave

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ELECTIONS - Continued Effective Date

Degree/ Step

Hunter, Eugene

4/01/14 5/28/14

MT-6

$ 12.67

Jones, Timothy

4/30/14 5/28/14

MT-4

9.63

Littrell, Timothy

2/24/14 5/28/14

IS-10

13.71

McBride, Tracy

12/06/13 5/28/14

MT-1

8.73

McClellan, Deborah

4/14/14 6/02/14

CA-5

13.02

Health Assistant-Gilcrease Return from leave

Neufeld, Debra

4/21/14 5/28/14

MT-5

11.57

Head Custodian-TRAICE Return from leave

Ogan, Patricia

4/17/14 5/28/14

IS-10

14.40

Autism ParaprofessionalHale Return from leave

Rodriguez, Maria

4/28/14 6/30/14

MT-3

9.21

Name

Contract Amount

Assignment Assistant CNS ManagerColumbus Return from leave Bus Driver Trainee Autism ParaprofessionalMemorial Return from leave CNS Assistant-Skelly Return from leave

Custodian-Plant Operations Shift differential

.46 Wilson, Mychael

8/22/13 5/28/14

IS-6

10.81

TA-Hamilton

Yang, Seng

2/19/14 5/28/14

MT-4

10.72

Bus Driver Trainee Return from leave

Young, Christopher

4/29/14 6/30/14

MT-3

9.21

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Custodian-Enrollment Center/Accountability

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ADJUSTMENTS Position Grade/Step (if applicable)

Effective Date

Present Contract

Teacher-Project Accept/Kdgn., Grade 1 M-7

8/19/13

$ 36,796.00

Drink, Linda

Applications Support AnalystESC/Information Technology BG-3

5/05/14

43,863.00

8,429.12

Pickens, Christina

TeacherShadow Mountain Riverside/ Special Education M-6

8/19/14

36,376.00

36,796.00

1,818.00 1,818.00

1,839.00 1,839.00

Teacher-McLain/ Alternative Education B-4

4/16/14

34,500.00

16,486.36

1,725.00

824.32

588..07

634.09

Name

Proposed Contract

Reason

Certificated/Administrative: Cuellar, Cassy

Scott, Brent

1,838.98 202.84

$ 35,700.00 Salary Book Correction B-7 1,785.00 Alternative Education 202.94 Additional days Service Desk Supervisor-ESC/ Information Technology BG-7 Rate: $55,000.00 Credit for Experience M-7 Alternative Education Special Education

Credit for Experience B-10 Rate: $37,200.00 Alternative Education Rate: $1,860.00 Additional days

Williams, Carolyn

Teacher-Zarrow/ Grade 1 B-12

1/07/14

38,020.00

19,738.00

M-12 Rate: $39,476.00

Williams, James

Academic Engagement Teacher-Celia Clinton M-28

8/19/13

52,936.00

49,630.00

Salary Book Correction B-26

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ADJUSTMENTS - Continued

Name

Position Grade/Step (if applicable)

Effective Date

Present Contract

Proposed Contract

Reason

Support (Hourly): Combs, Charles

Bus Driver Trainee MT-4

4/28/14 5/28/14

$ 9.63

$ 10.72

Duran, Maria

CNS Cook IRogers MT-2 7.5hrs/day

4/14/14 5/28/14

9.35

10.00

CNS Cook II-Rogers MT-3 8hrs/day

Gee, Hope

CNS Cook IChouteau MT-2

4/14/14 5/28/14

9.21

9.85

CNS Cook II-McClure MT-3

Hernandez, Erika

ParateacherZarrow IS-3

8/22/13 5/28/14

9.92

11.13

Credit for Education IS-6

Jackson, Eleanor

Bus Driver Trainee MT-4

10/30/13 5/28/14

9.63

10.72

Bus Driver MT-6

Mills, Kari

CNS AssistantMcClure MT-1

4/14/14 5/28/14

8.90

9.61

Mukes, Darla

Bus Driver MT-6

4/17/14 5/28/14

10.72

10.72 .30

Roberson, Debra

CNS Cook IIMitchell MT-3 6hrs/day

4/28/14 5/28/14

10.14

9.47

CNS Cook I-Bell MT-2 8hrs/day

Walker, Natasha

CNS Cook IIPark MT-3 7.5hrs/day

4/28/14 5/28/14

9.91

9.91

CNS Cook II-Park 8hrs/day

Washington, Golden

Paraprofessional Rogers IS-3

5/01/14 5/29/14

9.21

9.21

Clerk-Rogers CA-3

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Bus Driver MT-6

CNS Cook II-McClure MT-3

Special needs

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LEAVES OF ABSENCE Name

Effective Date

Assignment

Reason

Certificated/Administrative: Applegate, Perri

4/15/14

Academic CoordinatorWilson/ Teaching and Learning

FMLA

Bruno, Marcia

4/28/14

Teacher-McLain/ English

Maternity

Davis, Carolyn

3/13/14

Teacher-Hawthorne/ Kindergarten

Personal illness

Edwards, Dale

2/16/14

Teacher-Webster/ELD

Personal illness

Gray Fox, Naomi

5/02/14

Teacher-Hawthorne/ Grade 2

Maternity

Guinn, Melissa

4/18/14

Teacher-Penn/Grade 1

FMLA

Kirk, Brenda

3/24/14

Teacher-Tulsa Met/ Alternative

FMLA

Matlock, Lizbeth

3/31/14

Teacher-Salk/Grade 2

Maternity

Norman, Catherine

4/22/14

Teacher-Penn/ Grade 3

FMLA

Pierce, Erin

8/14/14

Teacher-Wright/ Grade 5

FMLA

Stiles, Janke, Kari

3/12/14

Teacher-Washington/ Math

FMLA

Bailey, Genevieve

4/09/14

Clerk-Burroughs

FMLA

Ellis, Vivian

3/26/14

ParaprofessionalAnderson

FMLA

Hicks, Carolyn

3/17/14

CNS Assistant-Salk

Personal illness

Support (Hourly):

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LEAVES OF ABSENCE - Continued Name

Effective Date

Jordan, Freda

Assignment

Reason

5/12/14

Head CustodianMargaret Hudson

Personal illness

Monroe, Wendy

3/21/14

ParaprofessionalRogers

Personal illness

Morris, Lovenna

4/23/14

Bus Driver

Personal illness

Palafox, Isela

4/21/14

CNS Assistant-Disney

FMLA

Roland, Beatty

3/05/14

TA-TRAICE

Personal illness

Shoals, Evelyn

5/12/14

TA-Anderson

Personal illness

Velasco, Irma

4/16/14

Custodian-Plant Operations

Personal illness

Wesley, Chastity

3/31/14

Site SupervisorGrissom/Before and After Care

FMLA

Yang, Stella

4/15/14

Bus Driver

Personal illness

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RESIGNATIONS Effective Date

Assignment

Baker, Shauna

6/01/14

Teacher-Rogers/Special Education

Barnaby, Natalie

5/30/14

Teacher-Dual Language Immersion Program/ Grade 1

Bowlin, Audrey

7/01/14

Teacher-Kendall Whittier/Kindergarten

Boyce, Rachel

6/01/14

Teacher-Webster/Band

Branscum, Jennifer

6/12/14

Teacher-Mark Twain/Special Education

Calhoun, Amy

5/30/14

Teacher-Skelly/Grade 5

Chang, Choua

5/30/14

Teacher-Cooper/Grade 5

Chatmon, Georgetta

5/09/14

CNS Manager-ECDC Bunch

Chell, Melissa

5/30/14

Teacher-Skelly/Kindergarten

Childers, Elaine

5/02/14

Teacher-Rogers/Special Education

Chinedu, Udeh

5/30/14

Teacher-Hawthorne/Grade 4

Dentel, Emily

6/12/14

Teacher-Mark Twain/Grade 2

Detter, Alicia

5/30/14

Teacher-Cooper/Grade 4

Guinn, Melissa

6/01/14

Teacher-Penn/Grade 1

Harper, Melodie

5/30/14

Teacher-Cooper/Grade 1

Horton, Allison

6/02/14

Teacher-Cooper/Grade 1

Hurd, Rose

6/01/14

Teacher-Whitman/Grade 1

Johnson, Krista

4/30/14

Teacher-Disney/Kindergarten

Ketchum, Hanna

6/09/14

Teacher-Gilcrease/Grade 3

Killmer, Annabelle

6/01/14

Teacher-McLain/English

Krigel, Stephanie

5/30/14

Teacher-Dual Language Immersion Program/ Kindergarten

Name Certificated/Administrative:

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RESIGNATIONS - Continued Name

Effective Date

Assignment

Lamb, Rhiannon

5/22/14

Teacher-Kendall Whittier/Kindergarten

Landrum, Brittany

4/30/14

Teacher-Chouteau/Kindergarten

McAdow, Matt

5/30/14

Teacher-Kerr/Art

Norman, Catherine

6/01/14

Teacher-Penn/Grade 3

Okonkwo, Alvin

5/30/14

Teacher-Penn/Kindergarten

Orndorff, Virginia

5/14/14

Teacher-Peary/Special Education

Pacheco, Bethany

5/30/14

Teacher-Dual Language Immersion Program/ Grade 1

Parry, Audrey

6/01/14

Teacher-Cooper/Kindergarten

Puett-Shimp, Amanda

7/31/14

Teacher-Jones/Kindergarten

Roybal, Senlin

6/01/14

Teacher-Hale/Math

Sala, Kendra

6/01/14

Teacher-Jones/Grade 3

Sams, Jennifer

5/30/14

Teacher-McLain Seventh Grade Academy/ Science

Seale, Brittany

5/30/14

Teacher-McLain/Band

Sheedy, Morgan

5/30/14

Teacher-Park/Grade 2

Small, Julia

6/05/14

Teacher-Eisenhower/Grade 1

Stevens, Michelle

5/30/14

Teacher-Lindbergh/Grade 2

Vallas, Kaitlin

6/01/14

Teacher-Hale Jr. High/Social Studies

Ver Meer, Ryan

5/01/14

Teacher-Hawthorne/Grade 6

Wynn, Emily

6/01/14

Teacher-Edison/Reading

Ancira, Eva

6/05/14

Principal’s Secretary-Zarrow

Baker, Teresa

5/12/14

CNS Cook II-Key

Support (Hourly):

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RESIGNATIONS - Continued Name

Effective Date

Assignment

Beesley, Mindy

5/08/14

Registrar-Rogers

Bush, Johnny

4/28/14

Bus Driver

Choate, Myrtle

5/23/14

CNS Assistant-Robertson

Clark, Agnes

4/28/14

Bus Driver

Coleman, Steven

4/30/14

Grounds Laborer-Maintenance

Davis, Olive

5/09/14

CNS Assistant-Skelly

Desparois, Reid

3/03/14

Bus Driver Trainee

Duncan, Lisa

5/02/14

CNS Assistant-Mark Twain

Fariyike, Shawna

5/02/14

TA-Springdale

Greer, LeeAnn

4/25/14

Bus Driver

Gwenette, Hannah

5/09/14

CNS Assistant-Lewis and Clark

Haro, Fatima

4/23/14

CNS Assistant-Skelly

Hawkins, Orsbon

3/30/14

Bus Driver

House, Dana

5/28/14

TA-Sequoyah

Johnson, Marquis

4/14/14

Bus Driver Trainee

Milton, Landrake

4/28/14

Bus Driver

Moody, Thomas

4/24/14

MD Paraprofessional-Kendall Whittier

Moore, Janice

4/28/14

Paraprofessional-Kerr

Myers, Haley

5/28/14

MD Paraprofessional-Memorial Jr. High

Owens, Bruce

4/28/14

Custodian-Park

Payne, Gerald

4/30/14

Bus Driver

Pederson, Ellen

5/28/14

TA-Jones

Perry, Azael

5/28/14

Paraprofessional-Wright

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RESIGNATIONS - Continued Name

Effective Date

Assignment

Richardson, Justin

4/24/14

Custodian-Monroe

Ross, Jerry

4/28/14

Bus Driver

Schneider, Robert

4/28/14

Custodian-Plant Operations

Scott Fields, Vickie

4/21/14

Custodian-Frost Head Start

Stone, Sallie

4/29/14

Custodian-Plant Operations

Timothy, Shirley

4/18/14

Bus Driver Trainee

Traylor, Joe Ann

4/28/14

CNS Cook I-Columbus

Williams, Lonnie

4/28/14

Master Craftsperson-Transportation

Williams, Marichael

5/12/14

Labor Journeyperson – Maintenance

Wise, Brian

5/14/14

Electrical Craftsperson-Maintenance

Effective Date

Assignment

Diggs, Lois

6/01/14

Teacher-Whitman/Grade 6

Doakes, Thaddeus

6/01/14

Teacher-McLain Seventh Grade Academy/ Special Education

Mounce-Scoggin, Virginia

5/30/14

Teacher-MacArthur/Grade 5

Warterfield, Vicki

5/30/14

Teacher-Skelly/Grade 4

Mangold, Raelee

7/01/14

Principal’s Secretary-Cooper

Sharples, Nakita

5/28/14

Paraprofessional-Cooper

RETIREMENTS Name Certificated/Administrative:

Support (Hourly):

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TERMINATIONS Name

Effective Date

Assignment

4/24/14

ED Paraprofessional-Hamilton

Support (Hourly): Mason, Tai

NO CONTRACT OFFERED FOR 2014-2015 Effective Date

Assignment

Allwein, Jennifer

6/01/14

Teacher-Kendall Whittier/Grade 1

Almaraz, Cynthia

6/01/14

Teacher-Whitman/Grade 3

Bachlor, David

6/01/14

Teacher-Clinton/Special Education

Fisher, Colleen

6/01/14

Teacher-McLain/Music

McClain, Joseph

6/01/14

Teacher-McLain/Science

McCondichie, Joi

6/01/14

Teacher-McLain/Grade 7

Monson, Michael

6/01/14

Teacher-Rogers/History

Neshat, Armeen

6/01/14

Teacher-McLain/History

Stewart, Gary

6/01/14

Teacher-Carver/Science

Vaughan, Elizabeth

6/01/14

Teacher-Memorial Jr. High/Special Education

Name Certificated/Administrative:

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SUBSTITUTE AND TEMPORARY ELECTIONS Tutor

Teacher Assistant

Bruce, Kelly

Griffith, Jenna Nethon, Jeremy Vargas, Claudia

Clerk Redard, Anita Adjunct Coach

Washington– 13-11-000-1000-501930-810-330000-201-07-735 Michael Terwilliger, Soccer @ $1,202, March 1, 2014-May 25, 2014

SUBSTITUTE AND TEMPORARY PAYMENTS FOR EMPLOYEES Literacy Professional Development – 11-0167-2213-501700-100-000000-210-06-070 11-0167-2573-501700-100-000000-210-06-070 Pay certified staff, to be named, @$18/hr. (total not to exceed $100,000) to attend professional development related to literacy outside of contract hours during the 2014-2015 school year.

CORRECTIONS TO PREVIOUSLY APPROVED ITEMS May 5, 2014 Agenda, page 21 - Correct effective date ADJUSTMENTS

Name Lux, Mary

Regular Meeting, May 19, 2014

Position Grade/Step (if applicable) Bilingual ReceptionistEnrollment Center/ Accountability CA-6

Effective Date 7/01/14 6/30/15

Present Contract $ 12.78

Proposed Contract $ 12.78

Reason Accountability Registrar-Enrollment Center/ Accountability CA-6

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