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AGENDA Regular Meeting of the Board of Education, Independent School District Number One, Tulsa County, Oklahoma, September 18, 2017, at 6:30 PM, in t...

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AGENDA Regular Meeting of the Board of Education, Independent School District Number One, Tulsa County, Oklahoma, September 18, 2017, 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. A.2. A.3. A.4.

Call to order and confirm that a quorum of the Board is present. Flag salute led by the Hale High School JROTC under the direction of Major Mike Maguffee. Remind those wishing to address the Board, sign with the clerk -- 5-minute limit. Motion and vote to adopt the agenda.

B.

RECOGNITION OF VISITORS

C.

SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS/AWARDS/RESOLUTIONS C.1.

D.

Superintendent's special presentations and awards.

Approve minutes of previous meetings of the Board of Education. RegularMeetings Special Meetings September 5, 2017 August 15, 2017

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

K.

SUPERINTENDENT’S REPORTS/PRESENTATIONS

L.

OTHER NONROUTINE ITEMS REQUIRING BOARD ACTION

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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 regularly scheduled meeting of the Board of Education will be held on Monday, October 2, 2017, at 6:30 p.m. in the Cheryl Selman Room at the Charles C. Mason Education Service Center, 3027 South New Haven Avenue, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

O.

Motion and vote to adjourn.

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E.

CONSENT AGENDA - Motion and vote on recommendations Note: With the exception of encumbrances, student trips and routine staffing items, consent items appeared on the previous regular meeting's agenda as information agenda items unless otherwise indicated. CHIEF OF SCHOOLS E.1.

RECOMMENDATION: Approve routine field trips. RATIONALE: Board Policy 3314 requires that all out-of-state student field/study trips and travel have prior authorization by the Board of Education.

E.2.

RECOMMENDATION: Enter into a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Tulsans Operating In Unity Creating Hope, Inc. (TOUCH), Tulsa, Oklahoma, to continue a 21st Century Learning Community after-school program at Mark Twain Elementary School and Central Jr. High School during the 2017-2018 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: TOUCH will support Mark Twain Elementary School and Central Jr. High School during the 2017-2018 school year by providing a 21st Century Learning Community after-school program. The relationship between TOUCH, Mark Twain and Central Jr. High is to provide stability to the educational environment through community support for the benefit of students and families. TOUCH Tulsa has operated an out-of-school program with Mark Twain and Central Jr. High for nine years. They have also served Memorial Jr. High and Marshall Elementary with privately funded after-school programming. They are in year four of operating a 21st Century Learning Community after-school program at Mark Twain Elementary and Central Jr. High.

E.3.

RECOMMENDATION: Renew contracts with the community facilities listed in order to provide educational services to all appropriate and eligible students attending or residing at said facilities during the 2017-2018 school year. David L. Moss Correctional Facility Tulsa County Juvenile Detention Center Parkside Shadow Mountain Riverside Hope and Behavioral Counseling and Recovery Service of Oklahoma (CALM Center) Laureate Psychiatric Clinic and Hospital, Inc. FURTHER RECOMMEND: The attorneys for the school district prepare/approve the appropriate contract document(s) and the proper officer of the Board of Education be authorized to execute the document(s) on behalf of the district. COST: No cost to the District

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RATIONALE: The hospital or residence treatment sites have requested educational services from the district. By state statutes, the district is required to provide an appropriate number of teachers for the delivery of educational services. E.4.

RECOMMENDATION: Purchase services from the Center for Transformative Teacher Training (CT3) to provide various schools training in the strategies and philosophies of No-Nonsense Nurturer, real-time teacher coaching, school culture planning and transformation, and building culturally relevant classrooms during the 2017-2018 school year. COST: Not to exceed $177,630.00 FUND NAME/ACCOUNT: Title I, Part A site funds, 11-5118-2213-503200-494000000-000-05-XXX-5118; 11-5150-2213-503200-494-000000-000-05-XXX-5150 REQUISITION/CONTRACT: TBD RATIONALE: CT3 works with organizations that have an urgent focus on improving instruction, leadership, culture and cultural competency to help ensure teachers feel supported and students feel empowered through their educational experience. The No-Nonsense Nurturer program is designed specifically to develop classroom cultures where teachers can effectively manage instructional experiences with increasing levels of complexity and rigor. CT3 will work with TPS to provide customized plans that build internal capacity for a lasting impact through improved instruction, sustainable principal leadership, classroom management, and a positive learning culture. CT3 is already poised to support instructional coaches district-wide and more intensive supports for the schools participating in the Catapult Cohort. In addition, ten schools have indicated their desire for more support from CT3 to build a culture plan and provide coaching to leaders and teachers. The participating schools include: Carnegie, Clinton West, Cooper, Columbus, Celia Clinton, Owen, McKinley, Mitchell and Wright elementary schools.

E.5.

RECOMMENDATION: Renew or enter into contracts, as applicable, with the following community agencies to provide school-based comprehensive mental health and social services for Medicaid-eligible children during the 2017-2018 school year. Agencies may service any school with written permission of the school principal. Tulsa Sunshine Center Brighter Dimensions MTF Counseling 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: These school-based services will include individual counseling, family counseling, referral services, classroom consultation, team intervention and case management that support the academic goals by decreasing out-of-school suspensions, improving attendance and increasing classroom academic learning time.

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TEACHING AND LEARNING E.6.

RECOMMENDATION: Renew subscriptions with Safari Montage, West Conshohocken, Pennsylvania, to provide curriculum-aligned digital video content to all district sites for the 2017-2018 school year. COST: Not to exceed $222,539.30 FUND NAME/ACCOUNT: Bond Fund, 38-1171-2213-506530-000-000000-000-02070 REQUISITION/CONTRACT: TBD RATIONALE: The Safari Montage system was part of the 2015 bond plan to provide curriculum-aligned digital video content to all schools. Renewal of content licenses will provide continued access for students and staff.

E.7.

RECOMMENDATION: Renew the annual subscription with Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Boston, Massachusetts, for the period of October 1, 2017, through June 30, 2018, for reading intervention systems. COST: Not to exceed $70,000.00 FUND NAME/ACCOUNT: Bond Fund, 38-1171-2213-506530-000-000000-000-02070 REQUISITION/CONTRACT: TBD RATIONALE: This will renew the annual premium subscription to the reading intervention programs to include READ 180 Next Generation, System 44 Next Generation, FASTT Math, Scholastic Reading Counts, iRead, Reading Inventory and associated programs being used district wide.

TALENT MANAGEMENT E.8.

RECOMMENDATION: Enter into a contract with National Equity Project of Oakland, California, to provide professional development, consulting, coaching, technical assistance, capacity-building and strategic planning services around the intentional design of equity and related management of complex change. This contract will commence September 19, 2017, and end on June 30, 2018. 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 $120,000.00 (donor funded) FUND NAME/ACCOUNT: Foundation for Tulsa Schools, 11-0224-2542-503200000-000000-000-05-041-0224 REQUISITION/CONTRACT: 11802472 RATIONALE: As a core value of Destination Excellence, equity is critical to achieving our mission and vision for Tulsa Public Schools. Partnership with the National Equity Project, a nationally recognized leader in equity, will provide support to executive leadership and key stakeholders in identifying inequities in the system, diagnosing root cause and developing a long-range plan in order to reverse the impacts of inequity on

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students. National Equity Project brings 20 years of experience partnering with system leaders to deliver on the promises they make in their communities to provide an exceptional and transformative public education. Their approach focuses on the technical, relational, social, and cultural aspects of complex change efforts focused on achieving equitable results and will support district and school leaders in the development of immediate and long-range plans to address inequity. In order to execute such far-reaching and complex improvements, additional support is provided for understanding the mechanisms of sustainable improvement, including raising awareness of systems thinking and empowering people to do what is right. E.9.

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

FINANCIAL SERVICES E.10.

RECOMMENDATION: Approve the September 1, 2017, through September 14, 2017, New Encumbrances and Encumbrance Change Report. RATIONALE: New encumbrances and encumbrance changes reflect obligations of District funds issued in accordance with Board Policy 5102, Financial Reports and Statements.

E.11.

RECOMMENDATION: Enter into a contract with Josh New Photography, Tulsa, Oklahoma, and Cornerstone Photography, Moorpark, California, for student pictures and student yearbooks. 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. FUND NAME/ACCOUNT: Purchases will be charged to the applicable 2017-2018 School Activity Fund/Account RATIONALE: The vendor collects funds from students for pictures/yearbooks and sends a commission check to the school for deposit into the appropriate school activity fund account. Actual expenditures are determined by individual site choices regarding quantity, features and services.

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BOND PROJECTS AND ENERGY MANAGEMENT E.12.

RECOMMENDATION: Assign the contracts for the Library Addition at Whitman Elementary School to Trigon General Contractors & Construction Managers, Inc., the construction manager at risk on the project. 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. RATIONALE: The individually awarded contracts will be encumbered as one contract to Trigon General Contractors & Construction Managers, Inc. The project is part of the 2015 bond issue.

E.13.

RECOMMENDATION: Enter into a contract with the lowest responsible bidder for the Library Addition at Whitman Elementary School. PHASE I Contech CONCRETE $ 60,600.00 Arrowhead STRUCTURAL PRECAST $ 170,000.00 Brazeal Masonry MASONRY $ 56,700.00 Atwell Roofing ROOFING & SHEETMETAL $ 116,334.00 Wiljo Interiors DRYWALL & CEILINGS $ 61,610.00 DaVco Mechanical PLUMBING $ 29,540.00 K&M Shillingford HVAC $ 93,480.00 REI ELECTRIC $ 68,000.00 Lighthouse Electric LOW VOLTAGE $ 111,855.00 Morgan Enterprises SITEWORK $ 34,500.00 Duncan & Sons CIVIL $ 82,200.00 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: This project is in the bidding phase; upon receipt of bids the contractor & cost will be determined and presented on the consent agenda. FUND NAME/ACCOUNT: Contingent upon the successful sale & receipt of the 2017B bond funds RATIONALE: The library addition at Whitman Elementary is part of the 2015 bond issue.

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E.14.

RECOMMENDATION: Approve Amendment #10A with Trigon General Contractors and Construction Managers, Inc., for the library addition at Whitman Elementary School. PHASE I PHASE II Allowances $86,580.09 $44,134.27 General Conditions $95,326.57 $25,794.21 Management Fee $51,714.67 $13,993.36 Reimbursables $181,559.67 $286,078.15 Trade Contracts $884,819.00 0 TOTAL GMP $1,300,000.00 $370,000.00 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 $1,670,000.00 FUND NAME/ACCOUNT: Phase 1, Facilities Bond Fund, 38-1522-4720-504500000-000000-051-12-435-LC003, Phase II, Contingent upon the successful sale and receipt of 2018A bond funds. REQUISITION/CONTRACT: 11802064/41800123 RATIONALE: The library addition at Whitman Elementary is part of the 2015 bond.

INFORMATION AND OPERATIONS E.15.

RECOMMENDATION: Enter into an agreement with Acer, Temple, Texas, to participate in the Acer Self Maintainer Program for the period of September 19, 2017, through September 18, 2018. 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: Acer will provide a repair inventory for Tulsa Public Schools to store on site for warranty issues expediting the completion of repairs. It includes a bulk ordering process that reduces the cost of shipping and eliminates multiple issues with parts ordered from 3rd party vendors. The program also provides technical training and an online knowledge base for technical support.

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F.

ACTION AGENDA - Motion and vote on recommendations TALENT MANAGEMENT F.1.

RECOMMENDATION: Approve and ratify the negotiations agreement and approve the execution of the agreement between the District and the American Federation of Teachers (AFT) 6049 Oklahoma for the 2017-2018 school year. RATIONALE: An agreement has been reached with AFT 6049 for the 2017-2018 school year.

F.2.

RECOMMENDATION: Approve salary increases for the 2017-2018 school year for non-cabinet level employees and non-certified employees, not covered by collective bargaining units, to include career increments and other adjustments. RATIONALE: Employee salary adjustments include a 1.5 percent increase. The 1.5 percent salary increase will be applied to the employee's base salary only. Noncabinet level and non-certified salary ranges not covered by collective bargaining units will be adjusted 1.5 percent. Employees above the adjusted salary range maximum will receive 50 percent of the increase amount.

F.3.

RECOMMENDATION: Pay Learning Facilitators serving as independent contractors to provide coaching support to teachers being offered Quality Experiences Supporting Teachers (QUEST) and Tulsa Model Assist (TMA) for the 2017-2018 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: Not to exceed $120,000.00 FUND NAME/ACCOUNT: Title II - Part A, 11-5410-2213-503600-000-000000-00005-041-5410 REQUISITION/CONTRACT: TBD RATIONALE: Tulsa Public Schools values the work of our teachers and recognizes that investing in the development of teachers results in better outcomes for our students. When teachers score below effective on one or more indicators on a Tulsa Model evaluation, TMA and QUEST provide tiered options for personalized coaching designed to support and accelerate improvement efforts. TMA offers 10 - 20 hours of targeted coaching aligned to specific Tulsa Model indicators. QUEST is a prescribed, embedded coaching and observation experience for teachers requiring more intensive support. Coaching takes place during 18 half-day sessions over a six-week period of time. Both TMA and QUEST are integral professional learning supports for the district's Teacher Leader Effectiveness initiative.

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G.

INFORMATION AGENDA CHIEF OF SCHOOLS G.1.

RECOMMENDATION: Enter into agreements with the Veterans Parade Committee, Tulsa Events Group LLC and the Dr. Martin Luther King Committee, Tulsa, Oklahoma, to participate in various parades during the 2017-2018 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: Not to exceed $200.00 for the Tulsa Christmas Parade. There is no cost to the district for the Veterans Day or Martin Luther King, Jr., parades. FUND NAME/ACCOUNT: ESC Activity Fund #520 61800505 RATIONALE: The Veterans Parade will be held on Friday, November 10, 2017; the Tulsa Christmas Parade will be held on Saturday, December 9, 2017; and the Martin Luther King, Jr., Parade and rally will be held on Tuesday, January 16, 2018. Tulsa Public Schools will create floats with materials provided by the Maintenance Department. Tulsa Public Schools has participated in these parades for many years.

G.2.

RECOMMENDATION: Enter into an agreement between the Board of Regents of the University of Oklahoma School of Community Medicine on behalf of the Family Medicine Residency Programs to provide education and supervision of residents/fellows through the Strong Tomorrows programs at Central, East Central and Hale high 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: No cost to the district. RATIONALE: The agreement with the University of Oklahoma School of Community Medicine will provide the participating residents/fellows with an understanding of education, health and social service needs and resources within the Tulsa community. On site residents/fellows will collaborate with case managers to coordinate health care plans and address any health concerns of Strong Tomorrows program participants.

G.3.

RECOMMENDATION: Renew or enter into contracts, as applicable, with the Choices for Life and Life Strategies International community agencies to provide school-based comprehensive mental health and social services for Medicaid-eligible children during the 2017-2018 school year. Agencies may service any school with written permission of the school principal. 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.

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RATIONALE: These school-based services will include individual counseling, family counseling, referral services, classroom consultation, and team intervention and case management that support the academic goals by decreasing out-of-school suspensions, improving attendance and increasing classroom academic learning time. G.4.

RECOMMENDATION: Amend item E-15 approved on the June 19, 2017, agenda to increase the total amount for the agreement with the Tulsa County Parks to provide access to O'Brien and Chandler parks for athletic events during the 2017-2018 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: Not to exceed $300.00 (an increase of $200.00) FUND NAME/ACCOUNT: General Fund, 11-0000-1000-506810-820-000000-00016-068 REQUISITION/CONTRACT: 11800151 RATIONALE: The original agenda item did not include all cross country events. The amended amount will encumber funds to cover these events.

TEACHING AND LEARNING G.5.

RECOMMENDATION: Renew the contract with Amplify Education, Inc., Brooklyn, New York, to provide professional development and onboarding/implementation support for the launch of new K-8 Reading/English Language Arts resources as it continues into the 2017-2018 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: Not to exceed $700,000.00 FUND NAME/ACCOUNT: Donor Funds, 11-0224-2213-503200-100-00000-000-05070-0224; Title 1 Funds, 11-5118-2213-503200-494-000000-000-05-093-0224 REQUISITION/CONTRACT: 11802727 RATIONALE: The District began the launch of new instructional resources for K-8 English reading in the 2016-2017 school year. Grade 6 students in elementary schools will begin to use the resource in the 2017-2018 school year. In support of all teachers in grades 6, 7, and 8 to effectively use the resources, Amplify will provide training workshops, technical support, online webinars and in-person coaching support to equip teachers, leaders and central office staff with the information and tools for successful and sustainable program implementation.

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G.6.

RECOMMENDATION: Enter into an agreement with The Fender Music Foundation, Agoura Hills, California, to submit a grant application for the purpose of receiving instruments for district band and orchestra programs. 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 Fender Music Foundation requires that a grant agreement be signed before consideration of the grant proposal. A student arranged a Battle of the Bands fundraiser raising $4,800.00 to support band instruments for Washington High School and other district schools. These funds were donated to The Fender Music Foundation, who is offering a grant of instruments back to the district.

G.7.

RECOMMENDATION: Enter into an agreement with the Tulsa County Public Facilities Authority, Tulsa, Oklahoma, to have students from the culinary arts program at Hale High School lead culinary demonstrations at the Tulsa State Fair on October 7, 2017. 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: This agreement will allow the culinary arts students at Hale High School the opportunity to plan and facilitate two culinary demonstrations at the Tulsa State Fair. These demonstrations will highlight the program and allow students to demonstrate to a public audience the skills they are learning in the program.

BOND PROJECTS AND ENERGY MANAGEMENT G.8.

RECOMMENDATION: Enter into a contract with CJC Architects, Incorporated, Tulsa, Oklahoma, to provide architectural services for Lanier and Robertson elementary school libraries. 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 project cost is $1,500,000.00 per project. The architect will be paid on a scale based on 7% of the total construction costs. 41800132 RATIONALE: Library additions at Robertson and Lanier elementary schools are part of the 2015 bond issue.

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G.9.

RECOMMENDATION: Approve change order # 2 to the contract with American Air Conditioning, LLC, Tulsa, Oklahoma, for the HVAC improvements at Hale High School. The original contract was approved on the February 6, 2017, agenda, item E4 in the amount of $6,095,000.00. 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 cost of this change order is $25,013.69. FUND NAME/ACCOUNT: Bond fund, 38-1270-4720-504500-000-000000-063-12661-HV009 REQUISITION/CONTRACT: 11802988 RATIONALE: Additional asphalt paving was required for the bus drop off. Also, additional fiber backbone for two new intermediate distribution frame (IDF) rooms was provided.

INFORMATION AND OPERATIONS G.10.

RECOMMENDATION: Purchase professional services from Presidio Networked Solutions, Tulsa, Oklahoma, to install and implement multiple components of SolarWinds. COST: Not to exceed $60,000.00 FUND NAME/ACCOUNT: Bond Fund, 37-1172-2580-507330-000-000000-000-02026-IT034 REQUISITION/CONTRACT: 11802758 RATIONALE: These services will include the installation of the most current version of SolarWinds and two new components to SolarWinds – Network Configuration Manager (NCM) and User Device Tracker (UDT). This update will provide better support of the new switches that are being deployed to the schools in the district by improving the monitoring capabilities of the IT department.

G.11.

RECOMMENDATION: Purchase a data center switch solution and professional services from Sigma Solutions, in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Request for Proposal #17081 for Data Center Switch Upgrade. COST: Not to exceed $700,000.00 FUND NAME/ACCOUNT: Bond Fund, 37-1172-2580-507330-000-000000-000-02026-IT034 REQUISITION/CONTRACT: 11802757 RATIONALE: This acquisition will replace the 11-year-old core switches in the data center with new technology that will support the high volumes of network traffic generated by the ever increasing number of computing devices in the district. And as the demands on the network increase, the new technology can scale to support faster speeds and higher volumes of traffic.

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SUPPORTING INFORMATION – September 18, 2017 CONSENT ITEM E-1

ROUTINE SECONDARY FIELD TRIPS

SCHOOL/ PARTICIPANTS

NUMBER OF STUDENTS/ PARENTS/ STAFF

PURPOSE OF TRAVEL AND LOCATION

TRAVEL DATES

NUMBER SCHOOL DAYS MISSED

TRAVEL COST AND FUNDING SOURCE

Will Rogers College High School/JROTC Cadets

Students: 12 Parents: 0 Staff: 2

To attend the Top of Texas Drill Meet/Wichita Falls, Texas

October 7, 2017

0

Not to exceed $1,500/Rogers’s School Activity Fund #564

Will Rogers College High School/JROTC Cadets

Students: 12 Parents: 0 Staff: 2

To attend the Bass Pro Classic Air Rifle Match/Ozark, Missouri

October 14, 2017

0

Not to exceed $1,500/Rogers’s School Activity Fund #564

Booker T. Washington/French Exchange Program

Students: 10 Parents: 0 Staff: 2

Study Trip to SainteFamille/Amiens, France

October 14-28, 2017

10

No cost to the district.

Mayo Demonstration/Third Grade Students

Students: 55 Parents: 40 Staff: 3

November 2-3, 2017

2

No cost to the district.

Will Rogers College High School/JROTC Cadets

Students: 12 Parents: 0 Staff: 2

Study Trip to the George Washington Carver National Monument/Diamond, Missouri and the Amazeum and Wal*Mart Museums/Bentonville, Arkansas To attend the Rifle Match Drill Meet/Van Buren, Arkansas

November 11, 2017

0

Booker T. Washington/Speech and Debate

Students: 5 Parents: 0 Staff: 2

To compete in the Glenbrook’s Speech Tournament/Chicago, Illinois

November 19-21, 2017

2

Booker T. Washington/Boys Basketball Team

Students: 15 Parents: 0 Staff: 2

November 23-26, 2017

2

Booker T. Washington/Speech and Debate

Students: 10 Parents: 0 Staff: 2

To participate in the Duncanville Basketball Tournament/ Duncanville, Texas To compete in the University of Texas Speech Tournament/ Austin, Texas

November 30December 3, 2017

2

Booker T. Washington/Speech and Debate

Students: 2 Parents: 0 Staff: 2

January 58, 2018

2

Not to exceed $1,500/Rogers’s School Activity Fund #564 Not to exceed $2500/Speech and Debate (11-07351765-505820-251000000-000-07-735) Not to exceed $2000/Washington’s School Activity Fund #539 Not to exceed $2000/Speech and Debate (11-07351765-505820-251000000-000-07-735) No cost to the district

Booker T. Washington Varsity Cheer

Students: 31 Parents: 0 Staff: 2

Jan. 24 – Jan. 27, 2018

2

To compete in the Montgomery Bell Round Robin Extemp Speech Tournament/Memphis, Tennessee To participate in the Celebrity School and Recreational Nationals Championships/ Kansas City, Missouri

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There is no cost to the district. (Booker T. Washington’s Cheer Booster Club will pay all costs).

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Booker T. Washington/Speech and Debate

Students: 10 Parents: 0 Staff: 2

To compete in the Harvard University Speech Tournament/Boston, Massachusetts

February 15-20, 2018

3

Will Rogers College High School/JROTC Cadets

Students: 12 Parents: 0 Staff: 2

To attend the Rifle Match Drill Meet/Ft. Smith, Arkansas

February 16, 2018

1

Will Rogers College High School/JROTC Cadets

Students: 12 Parents: 0 Staff: 2

To attend the Webb City Drill Meet/Webb City, Missouri

February 17, 2018

0

Will Rogers College High School/JROTC Cadets

Students: 12 Parents: 0 Staff: 2

To attend the JROTC Drill Meet/Birdville, Texas

March 10, 2018

0

Booker T. Washington/Baseball Team Will Rogers College High School/JROTC Cadets

Students: 24 Parents: 8 Staff: 2 Students: 12 Parents: 0 Staff: 2

To participate in the Spring Break Baseball Classic/Pensacola, Florida To attend the Air Capital Drill Meet/Wichita, Kansas

March 1723, 2018

0

March 31, 2018

0

Will Rogers College High School/JROTC Cadets

Students: 12 Parents: 0 Staff: 2

To attend the Western Regionals Drill Meet/Mesquite, Texas

April 14, 2018

0

Will Rogers College High School/JROTC Cadets

Students: 12 Parents: 0 Staff: 2

To attend the Staff Ride Drill Meet/Ft. Smith, Arkansas

April 20, 2018

0

Will Rogers College High School/JROTC Cadets

Students: 12 Parents: 0 Staff: 2

To attend the Nationals Drill Meet/Daytona Beach, Florida

May 1-6, 2018

4

Booker T. Washington/Speech and Debate

Students: 2 Parents: 0 Staff: 2

May 4-6, 2018

1

Booker T. Washington/Speech and Debate

Students: 4 Parents: 0 Staff: 2

May 1113, 2018

1

No cost to the district

Will Rogers College High School/JROTC Cadets

Students: 12 Parents: 0 Staff: 2

To compete in the Extemp Tournament of Champions/Chicago, Illinois To compete in the Speech Tournament of Champions/Denver, Colorado To attend the Six Flags Drill Meet/Arlington, Texas

Not to exceed $4000/Speech and Debate (11-07351765-505820-251000000-000-07-735) Not to exceed $1,500/Rogers’s School Activity Fund #564 Not to exceed $1,500/Rogers’s School Activity Fund #564 Not to exceed $1,500/Rogers’s School Activity Fund #564 No cost to the district. (Students and parents will pay all costs). Not to exceed $1,500/Rogers’s School Activity Fund #564 Not to exceed $1,500/Rogers’s School Activity Fund #564 Not to exceed $1,500/Rogers’s School Activity Fund #564 Not to exceed $1,500/Rogers’s School Activity Fund #564 No cost to the district

May 30, 2018

0

Booker T. Washington/Speech and Debate

Students: 10 Parents: 0 Staff: 2

To compete in the National Speech and Debate Association National Tournament/Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

June 1626, 2018

0

Not to exceed $1,500/Rogers’s School Activity Fund #564 Not to exceed $5000/Speech and Debate (11-07351765-505820-251000000-000-07-735)

Regular Meeting, September 18, 2017

16

SUPPORTING INFORMATION CONSENT ITEM E-9

ROUTINE STAFFING ITEMS

ELECTIONS

Name Abel, Monica Acosta, Sara Adams, Renesha Alexander, Marie Allam, Jacob Allen, Susan Alonso Fernandez, Gloria Apt, Shelly Armstrong, Kaila Autry, Debra Baca, Sigrun Basse, Denny Beckner, Barry Bevenue, Kimberly Black, Jason Blackwell, John Blalock, Victoria Bracher, Amy Bracho Reyes, Yujany Bramlett, Antwanique Brewer, Kyleigh Britt, Jeremy Brooks, Molly Brown, John Bruneau, Patricia Bugg, Paige Cajefe, Igmedio Carminati, Danielle Carnes, Sandra Carpenter, Emily Chavez De Medina, Irene Church, Amy Clark, Rodney Coberly, DeAnna Colburn, Tonya

Grade or Degree and Step NS NS NS B-0 NS M-19 M30-10

Effective Date 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/09/17 8/15/17

Contract Amount $25,000.00 $25,000.00 $25,000.00 $32,900.00 $25,000.00 $45,526.00 $39,444.00

Position Apprentice Apprentice Apprentice Teacher Apprentice Counselor Teacher

8/17/1 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/25/17 8/15/17 8/17/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/17/17 8/21/17 8/15/17 8/15/17

$33,700.00 $25,000.00 $50,936.00 $12.00 $32,900.00 $34,100.00 $50,936.00 $38,326.00 $25,000.00 $33,300.00 $36,300.00 $12.00

Teacher Apprentice Teacher Teacher Assistant Teacher Teacher Teacher Teacher Apprentice Teacher Teacher Teacher Assistant

B-3 NS M-28 IS-6 B-0 B-3 M-28 M-10 NS B-1 B-8 IS-6

8/15/17 8/21/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/24/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/22/17

$25,000.00 $32,900.00 $25,000.00 $25,000.00 $25,000.00 $40,190.00 $25,000.00 $25,000.00 $25,000.00 $25,000.00 $25,000.00 $9.35

Apprentice Teacher Apprentice Apprentice Apprentice Teacher Apprentice Apprentice Apprentice Apprentice Apprentice Evening Custodian

NS B-0 NS NS NS B-15 NS NS NS NS NS MT-3

8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17

$36,800.00 $42,936.00 $25,000.00 $48,130.00

Teacher Teacher Apprentice Teacher

B-9 M-16 NS B-27

Regular Meeting, September 18, 2017

17

ELECTIONS – Continued

Name Coldiron, Stephanie Cole, Erynn Coleman-Woods, Lakendra Conklin, Robert Cotton, Cameron Creamer, Seth Davison, Brinkley Day, Barbara Dean, Jodi DeFord, Nathan Degginger, Addison Demuth, Jason Drew, LaQuieta Duncan, Michael Duran Vizcarra, Teodoro Edwards, Rhonesha Ellison, Karen Erikson, Bailey Ermis, Morganne Escoe, Tabitha Fields, Phyllis Franck, Audrey Fuller, Savannah Gabino, Eusebio Gallardo Rey, Sybille Garba, Hamsatu Gerlach, Sydney Goff, Cari Goins, Mallory Goodwin, Diana Grant, Ronald Guzman Elizalde, Jose Hanna, Joshua Harbin, Shirlanna Harder, Carrie Harmon, Shelby Harris, Gerald Harwood, Ada Hays, Barbara Hefton, Carrie Henderson, Susan Hill, Kenyah

Grade or Degree and Step B-0 NS B-0

Effective Date 8/15/17 8/18/17 8/15/17

Contract Amount $32,900.00 $25,000.00 $32,900.00

Position Teacher Apprentice Teacher

8/15/17 8/31/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/23/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/24/17 8/15/17 8/29/17

$48,630.00 $12.00 $25,000.00 $25,000.00 $33,956.00 $25,000.00 $25,000.00 $35,794.00 $25,000.00 $25,000.00 $25,000.00 $9.35

Teacher Teacher Assistant Apprentice Apprentice Teacher Apprentice Apprentice Teacher Apprentice Apprentice Apprentice Evening Custodian

B-28 IS-6 NS NS M-0 NS NS M30-2 NS NS NS MT-3

8/17/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/23/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/22/17 9/05/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/21/17

$10.81 $25,000.00 $25,000.00 $25,000.00 $8.29 $38,236.00 $25,000.00 $32,900.00 $9.35 $12.00 $25,000.00 $32,900.00 $32,900.00 $32,900.00 $44,406.00 $45,016.00 $9.63

Teacher Assistant Apprentice Teacher Apprentice Before and After Care Site Assistant Teacher Teacher Teacher Unassigned Custodian Teacher Assistant Apprentice Teacher Teacher Teacher Teacher Teacher Teacher Assistant

IS-6 NS NS NS MT-A M-10 NS B-0 MT-3 IS-6 NS B-0 B-0 B-0 M-17 M-18 IS-3

8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/17/17 8/23/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/30/17 8/15/17

$25,000.00 $25,000.00 $25,000.00 $32,900.00 $9.35 $17.10 $54,544.00 $46,736.00 $38,986.00 $36,376.00

Apprentice Apprentice Apprentice Teacher Teacher Assistant Interpreter Teacher Teacher Speech Pathologist Teacher

Regular Meeting, September 18, 2017

NS NS NS B-0 IS-3 CA-14 M30-30 M-20 M-11 M-6

18

ELECTIONS – Continued

Name Hobbs, Lindsay Hodges, Alison Holcomb, Ozlem Holland, Elissa Hoopert, Kirsten Hornbuckle, Jimi Houston, LaKinda Houston, Marlon Hutch, Estrella Hutchinson, Miranda Ingle, Kendall Jacobs, Rhonda Jacobson, Madeline Jadis, Claire Johnson, Jennifer Johnson, Kirsten Jones, Khalilah Jones, Saundra Jones-Zentz, Shebly Jumper, Amerley Kaschmitter, Jennifer Kasper, Martin Kennison, Lauren Keveney, Michael Kinzer, Jake Knapp-Schmidtke, Jacqueline Koopert, Kristen Kroemmenhoek, Barbara Kruse, Katharine Lair, Amanda LaMunyon, Tiffney Landrum, Brittany Lashley, Lisa Lawrence, Donna Leddy, Amy Ledoux, Hillary Lindley, Cabrina Long, Sarah Luther, Elizabeth Marshall, Lacy Martin, Angelica McKeeman, Mary McKittrick, Lillie

Effective Date 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 9/05/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/16/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/28/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 9/05/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17

Contract Amount $25,000.00 $25,000.00 $25,000.00 $32,900.00 $32,900.00 $41,914.00 $41,206.00 $41,206.00 $32,900.00 $33,956.00 $32,900.00 $33,956.00 $25,000.00 $32,900.00 $25,000.00 $25,000.00 $35,000.00 $25,000.00 $25,000.00 $32,900.00 $25,000.00 $55,000.00 $32,900.00 $25,000.00 $25,000.00 $36,300.00

Position Apprentice Apprentice Apprentice Teacher Teacher Instructional Coach Teacher Teacher Teacher Librarian Teacher Teacher Apprentice Teacher Apprentice Apprentice Social Worker Apprentice Apprentice Teacher Apprentice Media Coordinator Teacher Apprentice Apprentice Teacher

Grade or Degree and Step NS NS NS B-0 B-0 M30-13 M-14 M-14 B-0 M-0 B-0 M-0 NS B-0 NS NS BG-4 NS NS B-0 NS BG-7 B-0 NS NS B-8

8/15/17 8/30/17

$25,000.00 $12.46

Apprentice Teacher Assistant

NS IS-6

8/14/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/10/17 8/23/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17

$9.92 $25,000.00 $33,300.00 $25,000.00 $10.81 $39,370.00 $32,900.00 $25,000.00 $25,000.00 $32,900.00 $13.08 $25,000.00 $33,956.00 $35,300.00 $56,044.00

School Clerk Apprentice Teacher Apprentice Teacher Assistant Teacher Teacher Apprentice Apprentice Teacher Before and After Care Site Director Apprentice Teacher Teacher Teacher

Regular Meeting, September 18, 2017

CA-3 NS B-1 NS IS-6 B-14 B-0 NS NS B-0 MT-6 NS M-0 B-6 M30-33

19

ELECTIONS – Continued

Name Meacham, Caleb Meadows, Gregory Mejia, Cristina Melugin-Johnson, Leigh Meyer, Keela Miklosz, Barbara Miller, Emily Minguez, Jose Monroe, Zachary Morgan, Andrea Moses, Linda Munden, Bruce Nelson, Joseph Nevarez Belmares, Blanca Nimmo, Roger Noble, Pamela Norman, Annie Nunn, Nicole Odom, Lauren Olmos, Emma Overhuls, Jill Owens, Amaya Packard, Kammie Patrick, Crystal Patterson, Jared Peak, Jamee Perceful, Jordan Pittman, Philip Portillo, Vanessa Pospisil, Gineen Powell, Amaris Prevett, Camille Puentes, Alondra Purvis, Mary Ragan, Amanda Rauss, Olivia Reeder, Judith Rentie, Ashley Reynolds, Robert Rodgers, Karen Rodgers, Robert Rohr, Jessica

Grade or Degree and Step NS NS NS M-16

Effective Date 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/28/17 8/15/17

Contract Amount $25,000.00 $25,000.00 $25,000.00 $42,936.00

Position Apprentice Apprentice Apprentice Teacher

8/15/17 8/30/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/10/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/29/17

$25,000.00 $8.29 $33,300.00 $25,000.00 $25,000.00 $16,450.00 $46,630.00 $35,300.00 $37,105.00 $9.35

Apprentice Before and After Care Site Assistant Teacher Apprentice Apprentice Teacher Half Time Teacher Teacher Teacher Evening Custodian

NS MT-A B-1 NS NS B-0 B-24 B-6 D-0 MT-3

8/15/17 8/23/17 8/17/17 8/15/17 8/28/17 8/17/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/17/17 8/16/17 8/15/17 8/31/17

$44,430.00 $39,476.00 $33,956.00 $25,000.00 $9.35 $10.81 $26,218.00 $32,900.00 $32,900.00 $25,000.00 $25,000.00 $32,900.00 $32,900.00 $35,700.00 $93,200.00

B-20 M-12 M-0 NS CA-3 IS-6 M-31 B-0 B-0 NS NS B-0 B-0 B-8 BG-11

8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/21/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/28/17 8/15/17

$25,000.00 $25,000.00 $25,000.00 $32,900.00 $25,000.00 $25,000.00 $32,900.00 $28,837.00 $25,000.00 $25,000.00 $33,965.00 $12.00 $25,000.00

Teacher Teacher Teacher Apprentice School Clerk Assistant Teacher Assistant Teacher Half Time Teacher Teacher Apprentice Apprentice Teacher Teacher Teacher Manager of District Strategy and Implementation Apprentice Apprentice Apprentice Teacher Apprentice Apprentice Teacher Teacher Half Time Apprentice Apprentice Teacher Teacher Assistant Apprentice

Regular Meeting, September 18, 2017

NS NS NS B-0 NS NS B-0 M60-33 NS NS M-0 IS-6 NS

20

ELECTIONS – Continued

Name Ross, Cory Ross, Jennifer Russo, Kayla Rust, Lindsey Salbino, Cheyanne Sanchez Romero, Alejandra Sanchez, Kellie Sbanotto, Lindsey Schulz, William Schwyhart, Jordan Scott, Jayme Scott, Stephanie Semon, Karisa Sherry, David Shotwell, Daisy Simmens, Zane Singleton, Michael Skaggs, Monica Smith, Charron Smith, Marcus Stansbury, Kelci Steel, Samantha Stephens, Elijah Stewart, Beth Stone, William Stoops, Rebekah Tate, Monica Taylor, Heather Thompson, Jasmine Thompson, Jennifer Thueson, Kimberly Torres, Alba Torres, Jeannette Treesh, Dawn Turner, Ashley Umsted, Erika Vaughn, Kaleb Vinyard, Sarah Wade, Abigail Walker, Maurice Walker, Sherri Walton, Nolene Walton, Rachel Was, Rose Marie

Effective Date 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/29/17

Contract Amount $25,000.00 $34,900.00 $9.35 $33,300.00 $32,900.00 $10.11

Position Teacher Teacher Teacher Assistant Teacher Teacher Evening Custodian

8/15/17 8/15/17 8/23/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/28/17 8/15/17 8/10/17 8/15/17 8/22/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/28/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/22/17 8/15/17 8/22/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/28/17 8/18/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/25/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/30/17

$32,900.00 $25,000.00 $13.29 $25,000.00 $32,900.00 $12.00 $33,300.00 $33,300.00 $25,000.00 $37,610.00 $25,000.00 $32,900.00 $25,000.00 $9.35 $25,000.00 $25,000.00 $25,000.00 $25,000.00 $9.62 $32,900.00 $25,000.00 $34,776.00 $32,900.00 $25,000.00 $34,500.00 $32,900.00 $25,000.00 $9.35 $25,000.00 $33,956.00 $32,900.00 $32,900.00 $34,366.00 $25,000.00 $40,800.00 $32,900.00 $32,900.00 $13.08

Teacher Apprentice Teacher Assistant Apprentice Teacher Teacher Assistant Teacher Teacher Apprentice Teacher Apprentice Teacher Apprentice Evening Custodian Apprentice Apprentice Apprentice Apprentice Evening Custodian Teacher Apprentice Teacher Teacher Apprentice Teacher Teacher Apprentice Teacher Assistant Apprentice Teacher Teacher Teacher Teacher Apprentice Teacher Teacher Teacher Before and After Care Site Director

Regular Meeting, September 18, 2017

Grade or Degree and Step NS B-5 IS-3 B-1 B-0 MT-3 B-0 NS IS-6 NS B-0 IS-6 B-1 B-1 NS B-11 NS B-0 NS MT-3 NS NS NS NS MT-3 B-0 NS M-2 B-0 NS B-4 B-0 NS IS-3 NS M-0 B-0 B-0 M-1 NS B-16 B-0 B-0 MT-6

21

ELECTIONS – Continued

Name Watkins, Janice Webb, Dagan Weston, Melody Whalen, Elizabeth White, Dustin Whitsett, Andrew Whitsett, Rylee Wilbourn, Keli Will, Addison Williams, Alicia Williams, Bacur Williams, Kim Wilson, Taylor Work, Kelli Worth, Pamela Wright, Tsvia Wyble, William Xiong, Pa Xiong, Pang Young, Kristen Youngblood, Kaitlin Zandbergen, LaQuanda

Effective Date 8/15/17 8/22/17 9/01/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/23/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/21/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/18/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17

Contract Amount $58,771.00 $25,000.00 $9.35 $25,000.00 $34,100.00 $25,000.00 $25,000.00 $46,736.00 $25,000.00 $33,956.00 $25,000.00 $34,900.00 $32,900.00 $51,936.00 $38,020.00 $25,000.00 $52,436.00 $25,000.00 $32,900.00 $32,900.00 $32,900.00 $25,000.00

Grade or Degree and Step D-33 NS IS-3 NS B-3 NS NS M-20 NS M-0 NS B-5 B-0 M-30 M-12 NS M-31 NS B-0 B-0 B-0 NS

Position Counselor Apprentice Teacher Assistant Apprentice Teacher Apprentice Apprentice Teacher Apprentice Counselor Apprentice Teacher Teacher Teacher Teacher Apprentice Teacher Apprentice Teacher Teacher Teacher Apprentice

ADJUSTMENTS

Name Aizen, Rebecca

Effective Date 8/17/17

Allen, Ulysses Alvizo Perez, Ma Soledad Austin, Lucille

8/23/17 7/01/17 7/01/17

Baker, Sydney

8/01/17

Barnes, Oni Berg, Joshua

8/15/17 8/17/17

Brothers, Demetris

8/17/17

Regular Meeting, September 18, 2017

Contract Amount Current Position $15.34 Autism Paraprofessional $25,000.00 Paraprofessional $11.21 Evening Custodian $15.97 Head Custodian $11.72 School Clerk Assistant $32,900.00 Apprentice $13.29 ED Paraprofessional $12.08 ED Paraprofessional

Proposed Position MD Paraprofessional

Grade or Degree and Step IS-10

Apprentice Head Custodian

NS MT-7

Unassigned Custodian Parent Involvement Facilitator Teacher MD Paraprofessional

MT-3

B-0 IS-10

Paraprofessional

IS-6

IS-6

22

ADJUSTMENTS – Continued

Name Brown, Patricia

Effective Date 8/15/17

Butler, Katrina Castellanos, Amy

8/15/17 8/08/17

Clonts, Adelina Cott, Kathryn Davis, Barbariae Davis, Maurcus DeHay, Kelli Dorsch, Jesse Ducker, Grant Dukes, Rebecca Duncan, Blake Ellis, Heather Emerson, Ashley Gamble, Carre Grisso, Keith Guat, Mary

8/15/17 8/17/17 9/01/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/17/17

Hanson, Caryl Hard, Lois Hernandez, Michelle Hobbs, Charlyn

8/17/17 8/17/17 8/07/17 8/17/17

Holland, Sarah Hudson, Tiffany

8/15/17 8/15/17

Hull, Steven Johnsen, Stacy Johnson, Robin

8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17

Johnston, Alyssa

8/21/17

Keim, Shane Kendall, Whitney King-Borrell, Cynthia Lanterman, Jessica Lantz, Kevin Lawson, Anne Marie Levenson, Mathew Li, Yajie

8/15/17 8/07/17 8/17/17 8/14/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17

Martin, Zachary

7/01/17

Regular Meeting, September 18, 2017

Contract Amount Current Position $11.83 Before and After Care Site Assistant $25,000.00 Paraprofessional $9.35 Parent Involvement Facilitator, Clerk $25,000.00 Paraprofessional $14.09 Paraprofessional $10.81 Teacher Assistant $32,900.00 Teacher Assistant $25,000.00 Teacher Assistant $33,700.00 Teacher $25,000.00 Paraprofessional $37,916.00 Teacher Half Time $34,776.00 Teacher $32,900.00 Teacher Assistant $25,000.00 Teacher Assistant $33,956.00 Paraprofessional $33,956.00 Teacher $14.33 Autism Paraprofessional $12.00 Para Teacher $12.37 Bus Assistant $9.62 Teacher Assistant $15.50 Autism Paraprofessional $37,916.00 Teacher ED $25,000.00 Paraprofessional $25,000.00 Teacher $34,900.00 Teacher Half Time $25,000.00 Autism Paraprofessional $12.08 Autism Paraprofessional $32,900.00 Paraprofessional $9.35 Paraprofessional $10.81 Teacher Assistant $48,612.00 Principal Intern $32,900.00 Apprentice $32,900.00 Para Teacher $32,900.00 Paraprofessional $32,900.00 Autism Paraprofessional $11.30 Head Custodian

Grade or Degree Proposed Position and Step Before and After Care MT-6 Site Director Apprentice NS Parent Involvement IS-3 Facilitator Teacher NS Paraprofessional IS-6 Teacher Assistant IS-6 Teacher B-0 Apprentice NS Teacher B-2 Apprentice NS Teacher Full Time M-9 Teacher M-2 Teacher B-0 Apprentice NS Teacher M-0 Teacher M-0 Paraprofessional IS-6 Teacher Assistant Teacher Assistant School Clerk ED Paraprofessional

IS-6 IS-6 CA-3 IS-10

Teacher Apprentice

M-9 NS

Apprentice Teacher Full Time Apprentice

NS B-5 NS

Parent Involvement Facilitator Teacher School Clerk DD Paraprofessional Assistant Principal Teacher Teacher Teacher Teacher

IS-6 B-0 CA-3 IS-6 EG-3 B-0 B-0 B-0 B-0

Head Custodian

MT-7

23

ADJUSTMENTS - Continued Mitchell, Christopher Monday, Patricia Morton, Darick Munoz Prieto, Deisy

8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 7/24/17

Nalley-Hicks, Melissa Nealy, Bobby Nejera, Nadia Norris, Emma

8/15/17 8/17/17 8/15/17 8/17/17

Owen, Darryl Parker, Alan

8/15/17 8/17/17

Patrick, Gregory

8/17/17

Perryman, David

Paraprofessional Teacher Assistant Teacher School Clerk Assistant $52,475.00 Librarian

Apprentice Teacher Apprentice Registrar

ED Paraprofessional Apprentice ED Paraprofessional

IS-10 NS IS-10

Apprentice Paraprofessional

NS IS-6

Paraprofessional

IS-6

8/07/17

$13.29 Paraprofessional $25,000.00 Teacher $13.11 MD Paraprofessional $25,000.00 Teacher Assistant $12.08 MD Paraprofessional ED $13.69 Paraprofessional $12.00 Paraprofessional

IS-6

Philippsen, Michael Polley-Davis, Tavinna Ramsey, Floyd

8/09/17 8/15/17

$48,783.00 Principal Intern $25,000.00 Paraprofessional

Parent Involvement Facilitator Assistant Principal Apprentice

Reich, Billye Reichmuth, Amy Rhea, Wright Sanders, Andrea

8/15/17 8/15/17 8/17/17 8/17/17

Sanders, Toni

8/17/17

Sheets, Wendy Six, Brandy

8/15/17 8/17/17

Small, Julia

8/15/17

Smith, Bridget

8/17/17

Starks, Ronald

8/17/17

Suggs, Herbert

8/28/17

Talburt, Gus

7/24/17

Thompson, Judy Tomayo, Jordann Trent, Sandra Watkins, Jermaine

8/15/17 8/15/17 8/14/17 8/15/17

7/21/17

Regular Meeting, September 18, 2017

$25,000.00 $32,900.00 $25,000.00 $12.26

$18.46 Head Custodian $49,130.00 Teacher Assistant $32,900.00 Apprentice $9.90 Teacher Assistant $13.70 ED Paraprofessional $15.35 ED Paraprofessional $25,000.00 Teacher $13.01 ED Paraprofessional $16,650.00 Before and After Care Site Director ED $12.49 Paraprofessional $12.64 ED Paraprofessional $12.08 Autism Paraprofessional $10.39 Special Needs Bus Driver $19,163.00 Teacher Assistant $25,000.00 Teacher $9.92 Bus Driver $37,406.00 Teacher

Librarian

Unassigned Custodian Teacher Teacher Paraprofessional Autism Paraprofessional Autism Paraprofessional Apprentice Paraprofessional

NS B-0 NS CA-9 M60-23

EG-4 NS MT-3 B-29 B-0 IS-3 IS-10 IS-10 NS IS-6

Teacher Half Time

B-1

Paraprofessional

IS-3

Teacher Assistant

IS-6

Attendance Facilitator

IS-6

Bus Assistant

MT-A

Teacher Half Time Apprentice Bus Assistant Teacher

M-10 NS MT-A M-8

24

ADJUSTMENTS – Continued

Name West, Atia Williams Resha Williams, Michael Willis, Annette

Effective Date 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17

Wilson, Tina

8/17/17

Contract Amount $25,000.00 $25,000.00 $25,000.00 $32,900.00

Current Position Teacher Teacher Paraprofessional DD Paraprofessional $13.25 DD Paraprofessional, Teacher Assistant

Proposed Position Apprentice Apprentice Apprentice Teacher

Grade or Degree and Step NS NS NS B-0

Teacher Assistant

IS-6

SEPARATIONS Name Adkism, Carlin Balla, Bernadett Becknell, Dominique Boisselle, Rachel Carter, Jessica Corbett, Kathleen Cothran, Carole Cox, Carolyn Coyle, Doris Doberstein-Reed, Starla Edwards, Frances Fisher, Sherry Forshee, Barbara Fox, Kerry Frost, Tracie Gallo, Jean Harris, Janet Hays, Melissa Howard, Eugenia Huckabee, Adam Hurt, Stephanie Ibarra, Fawnna Johnson, Charles Jones, Ryan Kifer, Tammy Kirk, Robin Lindley, Cabrina Macon Jazmine Martin, Danielle McClain, Sarah Moreno, Veronica

Regular Meeting, September 18, 2017

Effective Date 8/07/17 7/30/17 8/17/17 8/29/17 8/17/17 8/15/17 9/05/17 8/31/17 8/16/17 8/16/17 7/06/17 7/28/17 8/08/17 8/15/17 8/25/17 8/17/17 8/03/17 8/14/17 9/29/17 8/18/17 8/16/17 8/25/17 8/16/17 8/17/17 9/07/17 8/17/17 8/16/17 8/16/17 8/22/17 8/17/17 8/16/17

Position ED Paraprofessional Before and After Care Site Director ED Paraprofessional Teacher Autism Paraprofessional Speech Pathologist Speech Pathologist Principal Secretary Teacher Assistant Teacher Assistant Cafeteria Manager Interpreter III Paraprofessional Speech Pathologist Teacher Assistant Cook II Cook II Teacher Application Programmer Teacher Teacher Assistant School Clerk Teacher Assistant Teacher Customer Service Manager Teacher Teacher Teacher Assistant Teacher Cook II Before and After Care Site Assistant

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SEPARATIONS – Continued Name Muhammad, Sevgi Pingleton, Whitney Quinones, Maria Richardson, Cheri Rockett-Todd, Amy Rogers, Rachel Rosales, Jannet Scott, Danelle Sherwood, Zachary Thomas, Mark Walls, Xavier Wesley, Lindsey Rescind: Garrison, Elizabeth

Effective Date 8/16/17 8/03/17 8/16/17 8/17/17 8/27/17 8/16/17 8/16/17 9/15/17 8/14/17 9/15/17 8/02/17 8/03/17

Position Cafeteria Assistant Social Worker Cook I Cafeteria Assistant Teacher Autism Paraprofessional Assistant Manager Nurse Teacher Application Programmer MD Paraprofessional Autism Paraprofessional

8/21/17

Teacher

SUBSTITUTE AND TEMPORARY ELECTIONS BUS DRIVERS Trent, Sandra Ragsdale, Roderick CHILD NUTRITION SERVICES Birmingham, Tajunique Bowie, Alexandra Brooks, Janet Buntyn-Crosby, Bernadette Celius, Natashia Davis, Patricia Edwards, Juliann Fogel, Ranette Gaines, Emma Gardner, Lois Gonzalez Benavided, Mariela Goodman, Connie Hicks, Carolyn Hubbard, Elizabeth Iwo, Rioleen Jackson, Angela Konman, Denvina

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McKinney, Denise Mendoza, Abigail Peckerel, Tiffany Perry, Terra Poole, Jacqueline Ramos, Veronica Regmi, Bhawana Scifres, Ninna Souza, Brandy Stockton, Tyra Stoliby, Randi Torres, Brenda Waldon, Suade Waters, Latonya Watson, Lisa White, Brittany Wolf, Patrick

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SUBSTITUTE AND TEMPORARY ELECTIONS - Continued DATA STRATEGIST Santangelo, Jennifer ACCOMPANIST Broyles, Michael Jones, Millard Lundgreen, Loretta Roberts, Teresa HOMEBOUND TEACHER Meeks, Margaret SUBSTITUTE SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETERS Allen, Janet Banks, Jonathan Banks, Michelle Barnes, Mary Jo Campbell, Gayle Hays, Mary McCrate, Janee Queen, Angela Sadler, Susan Terrio, Jaclyn Tucker, Jenese York, Terry TUTORS Erker, Anne Horton, Brenda Littlejohn, Barbara Paschall, Jeana Yancy-Masso, Heather SOCIAL SERVICE SPECIALIST Williams, Tijuana

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SUBSTITUTE AND TEMPORARY ELECTIONS - Continued SUBSTITUTES Abbott, Annette Allday, Molly Sue Ames, Philip R Arivett, Angelia Armstrong, Ingrid L Ayodele, Phyllis Bailey, Paul Bell, Danielle Bell, Jaleesa Beltran, Jeffrey Benuzzi, Erin Blakemore, Nancy Blalock, Victoria F Brenner, Dianna Brown, Brittany Brown, Lydia K Broyles, Michael Buggs, Randy Butler, Mary Caldwell, William C Carrel-Johnston, Danna Cherry, John E Cobbins, Shirley Coleman, Cornelius Comba, Latoya Crittenden, Debra Cruell, Waymon Curry Armstrong, Sharon Darden, Robert Davis, Kathy J Davis, Rhonda D Dean, Tonya Dowd, Pam Dugger, Leigh Ann Duncan, Lori Earl, Roger Elledge, Mike Elmore, Steven England, John Neil

Everidge, Barbara J Fisher, Jackie L Frayser, Robert Clark Fuller, Nancy Gillman, Mary Jo Glazier, Merale Goodwin, Brenda Hammons, Sharon Hampton, Sandra Hardy, Lysondra J Harrison, Kevin L Henderson, Betty Henderson, Brandi Henderson, Larry D Hiller, Karen Holmes Jones, Dianne Hyslop, Julie Ivory, Ebon I Jeffrey-Dunbar, Gwendolyn Jenkins, Paulette Kirk, Ivy S Kucera, Susan Ladd, Joyvelva Lee, Linda Lewis, Cecil Jr. Lewis, Stacy Liggins, Katherine Lindsay, Elizabeth Lovelace, Merry Lugar, Durand Luna, Yesika Maricela Mackey, Elena Marks, Earline Mays, Shanell McDaris, Tammy McElroy, Herman C McGhee III, Jack McKerley, Craig McQueen, Bernadette

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Meeks, Margaret Mills, Jessie Mae Minor, Norris E Mitchell, Glenda Moore, Dr. Michael Moore, Jama Murphy, Glenda Musungay,Nkaya Neel, Tammy Newcomer, Jean R Oliver, Winifred A Pegues, Luther Perdue, Melissa L Perry, Jennifer Peterson, Bailey A Price, Lauren Reed, Eunice Rodehaver, Jennifer Rodgers, Sheran Roth, Hannah Saladin, Paul S Sampson, Wilfred S Sanders, Briana Saxman, Ann Sells, Kayla Shaw, Renee' Sheets, Joe Ray Shelton, Donna Shreve, Vada A Sipe, Ashley Snellgrove, Margaret E St John Jr, Raymond Swanson, Jori L Tayor, Lennice M. Tottress, Barbara Tryon, Steve Wade, Kaniesha Ward, Shannon West, Curtis J

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SUBSTITUTE AND TEMPORARY ELECTIONS - Continued SUBSTITUTES Wilson, Shellie Womack, Beulah Wooden, Elizabeth KC

Wright, Cheryl Yarbrough, Donna Marie Zeigler, Taulease

Zor, Norma S Zouioueche, Nadjia

ADJUNCT TEACHERS Webster Jr. High Elliot Lyles, Football Adjunct Coach @ $2,289, August 1, 2017 to December 1, 2017 Memorial Bryce Hoggatt, Football Adjunct Coach @ $3,335, August 1, 2017 to December 1, 2017 Rogers Dakota Ritchie, Football Adjunct Coach @ $3,335, August 1, 2017 to December 1, 2017 Edison Isaiah Irvin, Football Adjunct Coach @ $3,335, August 1, 2017 to December 1, 2017 Edison Jr. High Michael Allen, Football Adjunct Coach @ $1,373, August 1, 2017 to December 1, 2017 Central Levi Brown, Basketball Adjunct Coach @ $2,577, October 1, 2017 to March 1, 2018 Webster Chris Webster, Football Adjunct Coach @ $1,373, August 1, 2017 to December 1, 2017 Monroe Michael Jamerson, Football Adjunct Coach @ $1,373.00, August 1, 2017 to December 1, 2017 McLain Michael Jamerson, Basketball Adjunct Coach @ $2,577.00, October 1, 2017 to March 1, 2018 Webster Kevin Crow, Wrestling Adjunct Coach @ $2,142, October 1, 2017 to March 1, 2018 Carver Sterling Ramsey, Basketball Adjunct Coach @ $1,145, October 1, 2017 to March 1, 2018

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SUBSTITUTE AND TEMPORARY PAYMENTS FOR EMPLOYEES Zarrow Foundation Stipends - 81-2858-1000-501700-100-440000-415-07-093 Pay TPS employees, to be named, $21/hr plus benefits, to provide instructional support or college preparation outside of contract hours at district high schools. Total stipends not to exceed $10,000; all work will occur during the 2017-2018 school year to support the Zarrow Foundation grant. NFL Grant stipends - 11-0246-2132-501700-000-000000-307-05-xxx-0246 11-0246-2132-501800-000-000000-307-05-xxx-0246 Pay up to 9 TPS employees, to be named, up to $9,000 to work as athletic trainers at athletic events occurring in the 2017-2018 year. Stipends are to be paid based on the number of games/events worked and are consistent with the NFL grant awarded in December 2016. Access to Success Stipends -

11-3621-1000-501700-426-400000-415-05-636-3621 11-3621-2120-501700-426-000000-203-05-636-3621 11-3621-2212-501700-426-000000-109-05-636-3621 11-3621-2410-501800-426-000000-615-05-636-3621

Pay teachers, to be named, at their regular hourly rate of pay to provide instructional support outside of contract hours for the Access to Success (Twilight) program. The Access to Success (Twilight) program is designed to assist those students with credit recovery/accrual to assist with on-time graduation completion. Pay Josh Vess, Virtual Systems Coordinator, $500 per semester to process enrollment in Edgenuity courses and serve as on-site troubleshooter for the Access to Success (Twilight) program. The Access to Success (Twilight) program is designed to assist those students with credit recovery/accrual to assist with on-time graduation completion. Pay Charlene McBean-Freeman, Principal Secretary, $1,000 per semester to serve as the on-site clerk for the Access to Success (Twilight) program. Duties include but are not limited to answering parent questions, providing student progress reporting to parents, monitoring and reporting student attendance to school site(s) and parents. The Access to Success (Twilight) program is designed to assist those students with credit recovery/accrual to assist with on-time graduation completion. Pay Melissa Sawyer, Counselor, $900 per semester to provide weekly orientations, track student credits, and provide counseling services for the Access to Success (Twilight) program. Other duties include but are not limited to coordinating with other site counselors to review course credits and assure alignment with the students graduation completion plan. The Access to Success (Twilight) program is designed to assist those students with credit recovery/accrual to assist with on-time graduation completion. Celia Clinton - 11-0000-1000-506530-100-000000-000-07-145 Pay certified employee, Paige White, stipend not to exceed $1,849, for Team Leader duties for the 2017-2018 school year. Celia Clinton - 11-0000-1000-506530-100-000000-000-07-145 Pay certified employee, Martha Rickman, stipend not to exceed $1,849, for Team Leader duties for the 2017-2018 school year.

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Campus Police and Security Services – 21-000-26660-501800-000-000000-959-17-049 Pay Keri Morton, communications specialist, stipend not to exceed $2,500 for lead duties on Record Management System (RMS) from July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2018. Pay Caleb Whittaker, police service coordinator, stipend not to exceed $1,000 for department fixed asset manager duties from July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2018. Pay Robert Jerome, lieutenant, stipend not to exceed $2,500 for range master duties from July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2018. Pay Antonio Martinez, police officer, stipend not to exceed $2,500 for Drug Abuse Resistance Education D.A.R.E. duties from July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2018. CORRECTIONS TO PREVIOUSLY APPROVED ITEMS Correct name and salary on new hires August 21, 2017, page 24

Name Carreno Aguado, Julen Gimmeno Romero, Carlos Ibanez Cillero, Jorge Sanchez Viloria, Marta Maria

Effective Date 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17 8/15/17

Contract Amount $38,925.00 $40,555.00 $38,326.00 $35,700.00

Grade or Degree and Step D-4 M60-10 M-10 B-7

Position Teacher Teacher Teacher Teacher

Correct pay grade on job created May 4, 2017, page 21 Job Title Coordinator of Multi-Tiered Systems Support

Old Grade BG-08

New Grade EG-05

Correct grade and salary on adjustments June 5, 2017, page 84 Name Nancy Clinesmith

Old Grade BG-08

New Grade EG-05

Old Salary $59,500

New Salary $64,000

Correct position and effective dates on separated employees September 5, 2017, page 24 SEPARATIONS Name Harrod, Kelly Pixley, Sean

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Effective Date 9/03/17 8/10/17

Position Teacher Labor Journeyperson

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