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School Board Watch Blog: April 16th Meeting

In this edition of UnifiEd School Board Watch, we’ll take a look at the agenda for the April 16th regular session of the Hamilton County Schools Board of Education. The meeting will be held in the Hamilton County School Board Meeting Room at 3074 Hickory Valley Road. The Board Meeting is set to begin at 5:30 PM. We will be there live tweeting, follow along on Twitter: @UnifiEdHC, #HCSchools.

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School Board Watch Blog: March 2017

In this edition of UnifiEd’s School Board Watch Blog, we will take a look at the agenda for the March 16th regularly scheduled session of the Hamilton County School Board Meeting. The meeting will be held in the Hamilton County School Board Meeting Room at 3074 Hickory Valley Road and is set to begin at 5:30 PM. We will live tweet @UnifiEdHC, follow along at #HCSchools.

To see the entire agenda with supporting documents click here.

Hot Topics:

  • iZone and Strategic Plan Update: Interim Superintendent Kirk Kelly will give an iZone update at the start of the school board meeting. Beginning last year, HCDE created a Strategic Plan draft for the 2017 year and Dr. Kelly will also give an update on its progress. This plan had a detailed focus on better supporting iZone schools.

Recognitions and Presentations:

  • Student School Board Member D’Andre Anderson will give a presentation on the Superintendent’s Student Advisory Council (SSAC) participation in two conferences this school year. He will show a video and provide a summary of the highlights of the 15th Annual Student SPEAK Out Conference and TSBA SCOPE Conference.
  • The principal at Lookout Valley Elementary School will recognize the Robojackets Robot Team who won first place in the Project Presentation in the Regional Competitions, first place for the Champion’s Award in the Super Regional Competition, second place for the Champion’s Award in the Georgia State Tournament, and will attend the World Competition in May.

Delegations:

  • The Band Director at Signal Mountain Middle/High School will be representing Hamilton County performing arts teachers to address the board regarding securing funding and support for Performing Arts in Hamilton County Schools. While performing arts classes require money for instruments, equipment, music, props, lighting, audio equipment, transportation, uniforms, costumes and assistant instructors, Hamilton County does not currently provide any funding for these programs.

Field Trips

  • CCA will send students to the Tennessee YMCA Youth in Government Tri-Star Conference.
  • Collegiate High will send students to attend the Southern Regional Honors Council Conference.
  • Soddy Daisy High School will participate in the JROTC field trip.
  • Lookout Valley Middle/High School and Signal Mountain Middle/High School students will travel to Washington, D.C. for a capital tour and study of American history.
  • Soddy Daisy High School Student Council will participate in the 2017 TASC Convention.
  • CCA musical theatre, acting, and vocal students will travel to New York City for professional exposure and master classes with Broadway professionals.
  • Signal Mountain Middle/High School, East Hamilton Middle/High School, Ooltewah High School, and Sale Creek Middle/High School will participate in sports related field trips.
  • Soddy Daisy High School Forensics Team will compete in the National Qualifier Forensics Tournament, Smoky Mountain Forensics Invitational, and the District Forensics Tournament.
  • Ooltewah High School will send chorus students to perform at Dollywood Amusement Park.
  • Soddy Daisy High School will participate in the TSSAA State Wrestling Tournament.
  • East Hamilton School will participate in a music related field trip.
  • Signal Mountain Middle/High and CCA will participate in a music related field trips.
  • Normal Park Museum Magnet Upper School, CSAS Lower, and East Lake Academy will send student to conduct field study at 4H Centers.
  • Soddy Daisy High School band students will participate in the TN Tech Honor Band.

Bids:

  • Board approval is requested for the Knox County Procurement Division to award Presentation Solutions, Inc. for printing systems and supplies including installation, setup and, initial on-site training.
  • The Cooperative Purchasing Network (TCPN) recently merged with the National Intergovernmental Purchasing Alliance Company (National IPA).The combined merger will aim to provide a more robust contract portfolio to education institutions and government entities and it is recommended that HCDE authorize the school system to continue participation with the merged entities National IPA/TCPN since it received good service from TCPN before the merger.
  • It is recommended that HCDE authorize the school system to participate in the Goodbuy Cooperative Purchasing Program to allow qualified members to purchase goods and services in an efficient, cost effective, and competitive procurement method. Any agreements may be terminated by program members at any time with written notice to Goodbuy.
  • Lee McDade is requesting approval of the amendment to the tabulation sheet for furnishing and installing cooking equipment for various schools. A mistake was made on the original tabulation sheet the Gas Combi Oven, Double Stack, Convotherm Model C4 ED 6.20GS awarded to Strategic Equipment, LLC. The tabulation sheet showed a strategic unit price of $26,467.17, but the correct unit price should be $28,467.17.
  • Approval is sought to purchase texts and resources from Pioneer Valley Books in excess of $10,000 to better support early literacy instruction. Funding for these purchases will be provided through the General Purpose account and Federal Programs.
  • Emergency approval is sought for the partial re-roofing of the Orchard Knob Middle School 6th grade wing. The existing roof has extensive leaks and is beyond repair and the replacement needs to occur as soon as possible. The recommendation is to accept Porter Roofing for the amount of $165,400.00.
  • It is recommended that fuel and gasoline for the school system is purchased from Sweetwater Valley Oil Company totalling $13,932.00.

Business and Finance:

  • Approval is being sought for teachers and administrators to attend the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD Empower 17) conference in Anaheim California to learn and exchange information in curriculum and instruction. Administrators may be participating in this conference, in addition to teachers, which would make the attendance for HCDE collectively exceed $10,000.00.  Funding sources for this request might include, but are not limited to, Federal Title I, and Federal Title II.
  • The Principal at Orchard Knob Middle School is seeking to enter into a contract with Dr. Shirley Kilgore to aid in professional development for staff. This would be a total of $4,500.00 from their school based School Improvement Grant budget.
  • Approval is being sought for Teachers, Administrators, and other staff members to attend the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) conference in San Antonio Texas to learn and exchange information in the field of educational technology. The potential addition of administrators and other staff members participating in this conference would make the attendance for HCDE collectively exceed $10,000.00.  Funding sources for this request might include, but are not limited to, General Purpose, Federal Title I, and Federal Title II.

Budget Amendments

The following budget amendments for Federal Grants and Self-Funded Programs for FY 2017 are recommended for approval:

  • Title III, English Language Acquisition, with transfers between line items and a net increase of $3,404
  • Family Resource Center Grant, with transfers between line items
  • IDEA Preschool, with transfers between line items and a net increase of $9,917

Board approval is needed to amend the FY17 General Purpose Operating Budget for the transfers between accounts for health services, exceptional education, and information technology. Additionally, approval is needed to amend the FY17 School Nutrition budget for the transfers between accounts for healthcare, personnel, and equipment.

Administrative and Business Matters:

  • Board Policy 4.210 Credit Recovery-1st Reading: This policy states that the director of schools shall ensure that credit recovery facilitators receive training regarding course organization, online instruction management and related technology. Credit recovery teachers shall comply with all State Board of Education certification requirements. Students will be eligible for credit recovery if they get written consent from a parent/guardian or previously taken an initial, non‐credit recovery section of the proposed course and received a grade of at least 50%.
  • Board Policy 4.211 Work Based Learning Program-1st Reading: This policy states that students shall have access to a system of structured work-based learning (WBL) experiences that allow them to apply classroom theories to practical problems as well as explore career options.  The director of schools shall develop administrative procedures to govern the efficient administration of the WLB program. Such procedures shall include, among other things, a process for evaluation and assessment of the program to ensure that it is of high quality and meets the needs of students.
  • Board Policy 4.606 Graduation Requirements-1st Reading: Graduation requirements are being updated to say that before high school graduation, every student must achieve the specified units of credit, take the required end of course exams, have satisfactory records of attendance and conduct, take the ACT or SAT in the 11th grade, and successfully complete a United States civics test. In addition requirements for early or special education graduation are detailed in the new policy.
  • Board Policy 4.607 Graduation Activities-1st Reading: Policy has been updated to now say that graduation ceremonies and all activities included shall not be religious in nature. The content of any students’ speeches shall not reflect the endorsement, sponsorship, position, or expression of the school, employees, or the board. Additionally principals shall ensure that students graduating with distinction, state honors, or voluntarily completed at least 10 hours of community service each semester are recognized at graduation.
  • Board Policy 5.117 Procedures for Granting Tenure-1st Reading: A revision is being made to procedure granting tenure. Now the superintendent will recommend persons eligible for tenure at a board meeting with enough time to give notice of non-renewal to each teacher or educator not granted tenure within five (5) business days following the last instructional day of the school year.
  • Board Policy 6.205 Student Assignments-1st Reading: Students, including those in kindergarten, shall attend the school to which they are assigned. Principals shall be responsible for assigning students to classrooms based on records. Additionally, principals shall separate an alleged victim of child sexual abuse from an alleged perpetrator if the abuse allegedly occurred while the child was under the supervision or care of the school.
  • Board Policy 6.413 Prevention and Treatment of Sports Related Concussions-1st Reading: This policy makes arrangements for faculty, staff, athletic directors, and coaches (employed or volunteer) to manidorialy receive training on how to treat and prevent concussions. Additionally, it says a child showing symptoms of a concussion during an athletic activity must immediately be removed from the activity and analyzed by a licensed healthcare professional.
  • Board Policy 6.415 Student Suicide Prevention-1st Reading: All school certified staff must attend a suicide identification and prevention education training. This policy corresponds with and supports other federal, state and local efforts to provide youth with prevention education, early identification and intervention, and access to all local resources to promote health and prevent personal harm or injury.
  • Board Policy 6.505 Students in Foster Care-1st Reading: The Hamilton County School System shall provide all students in foster care, to include those awaiting foster care placement, with a free and appropriate public education. This policy include provisions for placement, enrollment, and transportation of foster students to schools.
  • Legal Services: For the month of February, $19,213.50 was spent on legal services from Leitner, Williams, Dooley & Napolitan PLLC.

Board Matters:

  • Approval sought for all teachers who satisfactorily completed their probationary period and met the evaluation score requirements in accordance with TCA to be awarded tenure.
  • Interim Superintendent, Dr. Kirk Kelly, is seeking approval for a continuation of a traditional summer four-day work week, which runs Monday through Thursday for 10 hours daily. This schedule would begin the week of May 29, and conclude with July 28 being the last Friday closure and would apply to Central Office employees and school-based administrators. The mandatory Friday closures across the district will result in an energy-based cost-savings (utility and fuel) of roughly $165,000.

Important Dates and Events

  • March 17th, 2017: Teach Professional Development, No Students
  • March 20th-24th, 2017: Spring Break
  • March 31st, 2017: Report Cards
  • April 5th, 2017: Kindergarten Registration
  • April 13th, 2017: Finance Committee Meeting
  • April 20th, 2017: School Board Meeting

 

School Board Watch Blog: May 2016

In this edition of UnifiEd’s School Board Watch Blog, we’ll take a look at the agenda for the May 19th regularly scheduled session of the Hamilton County School Board Meeting. The meeting will be held in the Hamilton County School Board Meeting Room at 3074 Hickory Valley Road and is set to begin at 5:30 PM. We will be there live tweeting. Follow along on Twitter: @UnifiEdHC, #HCSchools.

Hot Topics:

  • Second and Final Reading Board Policy 4.301: Field Trips and Excursions – This revised policy requires teachers to consider various factors when selecting field trips. The policy adds guidelines that must be followed when planning and conducting trips and excursions. For school field trips (day and overnight), groups must be accompanied by at least one certified employee for every fifteen students.
  • Second and Final Reading Board Policy 6.409: Child Abuse and Neglect – This policy requires that if an offense occurs on a trip outside of the county, the report should be made to local Department of Human Services and law enforcement, as well as the Department of Human Services and law enforcement where the child resides.

To see the entire agenda with supporting documents click HERE.

On the consent agenda for Thursday’s meeting, the board is scheduled to approve:

Field Trips:

  • Brown Middle School, Central High School, CSAS, East Hamilton, Hixson High School, Ooltewah High School, Sequoyah High School, Signal Mountain Middle High School, and Lakeside Academy will be attending career and technical related field trips.
  • Hixson High School and Ooltewah High School will be attending sports related field trips.
  • Ooltewah High School, Signal Mountain Middle/High School, and Soddy Daisy High School will be attending camp related field trips.

Bids:

  • Total Building Maintenance for Normal Park Upper School Re-roofing for $331,291.00 (Funding source: Hamilton County Department of Education)
  • RG & Associates to purchase toilet partitions for Calvin Donaldson Annex for $3,629.00 (Funding source: Capital Projects Fund)
  • Electronic Controls, Inc. (ECI) of Chattanooga, TN for control upgrades at Red Bank Elementary School for $120,623.00 (Funding source: Capital Projects Fund)
  • Callahan Mechanical Contractors, Inc. for Sequoyah High School HVAC renovation phase 2 for $387,400.00 (Funding source: Capital Projects Fund)
  • Contract for the Instructional, Library, Office Materials and Supplies (Funding source: Operating and Schools Budget)
  • Contract for P.E./Athletic Equipment & Supplies (Funding source: Operating and Schools Budget)
  • Contract for Science Equipment Materials & Supplies (Funding source: Operating and Schools Budgets)
  • Contract for Chartered Coach Service for student field trips (Funding source: Operating and Schools Budget)  
  • Contract for Instructional Computer Software Contract (Funding source: Operating and Schools Budget)
  • Contract for German Reading & Teaching Materials Contract (Funding source: Operating and Schools Budget)
  • Contract for Medical/First Aid Equipment & Supplies (Funding source: Operating and School Budgets)
  • Purchase of Tennessee ACT vouchers SY 2016-2017 for $176,757.50 (Funding source: BEP funds)
  • Renewal of the Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI) Maintenance & Support contract for $15,438.36 (Funding source: General Purpose Fund)
  • Harland Technology Maintenance & Support Contract for ScanTools Scanner for $25,000.00 (Funding source: General Purpose fund)
  • IBM SPSS Software Maintenance Subscription & Support Contracts for $36,000.00 (Funding source: General Purpose fund)
  • Renewal of the UNICOM Systems SPSS Software & Support Renewal $12,570.00 (Funding source: General Purpose Fund)
  • Purchase of Pearson Assessment Order Justification for $35,204.25 (Funding source: Exceptional Education Department)
  • Renewal of the Chattanooga State Graduation Diploma Completion Program Funding Title I School Support Funds for $184,879.00 (Funding source: HCDE)
  • Approval to purchase a new chillar at Hixson High School for $112,896.00 (Funding source: Capital Projects)

Conferences and Consultants:

  • ASCD Conference on Teaching Excellence for $6,660.00 (Funding source: Federal Title II Private School Budget Allocation)
  • 2016 Institute for CTE Teachers for $34,620.00 (Funding source: Perkins Grant)
  • Girls Inc. of Chattanooga for $9,750.00 (Funding source: 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC) Program Grant)
  • A+ Educators for $7,152.00 (Funding source: Federal Title II Private School Budget Allocation)
  • PROPEL for $16,834.00 (Funding source: Federal Title II Private School Budget Allocation)
  • Staff Development for Educators Differentiated Instruction Conference (SDE Differentiated Instruction) for $26,639.00 (Funding source: Federal Title II Private School Budget Allocation)
  • Contract with Shirley C. Kilgore for $3,000.00 (Funding source: Federal Title I budget)
  • Staff Development Workshops for $11,200 (Funding source: Federal Title II)

Financial Reports:

  • The presentation of the monthly financial statement compares actual year-to-date expenditures to the original adopted budget and the year-to-date amended budget through March 31,2016.

Budget Amendments:

  • Federal and Self-Funded Budget Amendments: Transfers between line items for Title II Part, Teacher & Principal Training & Recruiting, Safe Schools Grant, Title III English Language Acquisition, 21st Century Community Learning Centers (Year 4, Dalewood Middle), Focus Schools, and IDEA Part B. The Carl Perkins Vocational Grant has a net increase of $62,033 as well as transfers between line items.
  • General Operating Budget Transfers- board approval is needed to amend the FY16 General Purpose Operating Budget for the attached transfers between accounts.

Grant Application Request:

  • Request for the acceptance and approval Federal Programs that will support 53 schools in Hamilton County. The funds will be used for: programs for students in poverty, students with english as a second language, and special education for students 3-21, in addition to paying for teacher and principal professional development totalling $24,144,245 (Funding source: U.S Dept. of Education).

Human Resources:

  • This is a request for two and one half new positions for the 2016-17 school year: one half-time, no benefits Assistant at Middle Valley Elementary School and two full-time certified positions to open the Mechatronics Akademie for 11th and 12th grades in August of 2016.

Board Matters:

  • Ratification of Renaming of Music Room at Sale Creek Middle/High School: The committee of stakeholders of Sale Creek Middle/High School recommends that the music facility at Sale Creek take on the name of the Ernestine Eldridge Music Room. Ernestine taught music and physical education at Sale Creek School for 25.5 years and coached basketball and volleyball for 15 years and is well known to her dedication to her profession.

Second and Final Reading of Board Policies:

  • Board Policy 4.301 School Field Trips and Other Excursions: requires teachers to consider various factors when selecting field trips. The policy adds guidelines to be followed in planning and conducting trips and excursions. For school field trips (day and overnight), groups must be accompanied by at least one certified employee for every fifteen students.
  • Board Policy 6.409 Child Abuse and Neglect: requires that if an offense occurs on a trip outside of the county the report should be made to local Department of Human Services and law enforcement, as well as the Department of Human Services and law enforcement where the child resides.

First Reading of Board Policies:

  • Board Policy 1.108 – Nepotism: Request to revise the current board policy regarding nepotism in order to comply with current state legislative directives which includes declaring relationships to elected officials.
  • Board Policy 5.203 – Non Renewal: Request to revise the current board policy regarding nonrenewal to add that notices of non-renewal shall be delivered to employees within 5 business days following the last instruction day of the school year.
  • Board Policy 5.302 – Sick Leave: Request to revise the current board policy regarding sick leave in order to comply with current TCRS regulations regarding sick leave bonus payments at retirement.
  • Board Policy 6.701 – Solicitation and Fundraising: Request to revise current board policy regarding solicitation and fundraising in order to accurately define fundraising activities and to include regulations regarding online fundraising.

2016-17 Tuition Rates:

  • Recommendation for 2016-2017 tuition rate of $3,292 for out-of-county students (in-state of Tennessee) and $8,312 for out-of-state students. Out-of-county proposed tuition increased by $49 or 1.51% compared to last year; while the out-of-state proposed tuition increased by $97 or 1.18%.

Mechatronics Akademie – Memorandum of Understanding:

  • Request for the approval of the agreement with Mechatronics Akademie, an industry skills certification program. The Mechatronics Akademie is a high school partnership program with Chattanooga State Community College, Hamilton County Schools and Volkswagen Group of America Chattanooga Operations, LLC that will have goals to increase student success.

School Resource Officer (SRO) Program:

  • Request to re-establish the School Resource Officer Program for the period from August 1, 2016 through May 31, 2017.

Apison Elementary – Water Line Right of Way:

  • Eastside Utilities is planning on the construction of a new 24 main water line that will extend past Apison Elementary. Eastside Utilities is requesting a 10 wide permanent easement and a 10 wide construction easement for the purpose of constructing and maintaining the water line.

Daisy Elementary Road and Pick Up/Drop Off Area:

  • Request for the approval for the construction of a new road and pick up/drop off area at Daisy Elementary School for $554,368.78 (Funding source: Discretionary Funds).

Events/Announcements:

  • Budget Work Session: June 9, 2016, 5:00 PM, Board of Education
  • School Board Meeting: June 21, 2016, 5:00 PM, Board of Education

 

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