June 7

June 07, 2017 - Regular Board Meeting
Posted on 06/02/2017

Agenda FINAL POST
Regular Legislative Session
June 07, 2017, 4:15 p.m.

Board of Directors
2445 – 3rd Avenue South
Seattle, Washington 98134
206-252-0040
www.seattleschools.org


I. Call to Order - 4:15 p.m.

  1. General Welcome Announcement to Audience
  2. Roll Call
  3. Pledge of Allegiance
  4. Recognition
    1. Gail Morris, NAN Enduring Spirit Award
    2. State Athletic Champions
    3. Seal of Bi-Literacy
    4. Ballard Robotics Team

II. Student Presentations - 4:30 p.m.

III. Superintendents Comments - 4:45 p.m.

  • Career and Technical Education Student Perspective

IV. Student Comments

V. Business Action Items - 4:55 p.m.

A. Consent Agenda

  1. Minutes of the Oversight Work Sessions on May 10, the Regular meeting on May 17, and the Work Sessions on May 24.
  2. Personnel Report
  3. Approval of the City of Seattle Project Services Contract - Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction/United States Department of Agriculture (OSPI/USDA) 2017 Summer Food Services Program - (Ops, Apr. 20, for consideration) Approval of this item would authorize the Superintendent to execute a contract with the City of Seattle in the amount of $646,949.00, to provide breakfast, lunch and afternoon snacks for the OSPI/USDA Summer Food Service Program.
  4. Resolution 2016/17-23, Allowing Usage of a Portion of the Economic Stabilization Account - (A&F, May 11, for approval) Approval of this item would adopt Resolution 2016/17-23, allowing the usage of $11,500,000 of the Economic Stabilization Account and adopt a plan to repay the amount starting in the 2018-19 school year.
  5. Approval of Annual Head Start Grant - (A&F, May 11, for approval) Approval of this item would accept $4,508,982 4,551,258 from the Department of Health & Human Services/Federal Government to provide Head Start services for within SPS federal fiscal year 2017-18. (action report and attachment edited)
  6. Approval of the 2017-2018 Student Rights & Responsibilities - (C&I, May 8, for consideration) Approval of this item would approve the 2017-18 School Year Student Rights & Responsibilities document.
  7. University of Washington Experimental Education Unit (EEU) Interagency Agreement to Provide Education Services to Special Education Students, Ages 3-6 - (C&I, May 8, for consideration) Approval of this item would authorize the Superintendent to execute agreements with University of Washington Haring Center totaling $1,205,241.66, which would provide special education services to 48 preschoolers and 15 kindergartners, as well as technical support for 3-5 schools for inclusion practices for students with special needs during the 2017-18 school year.
  8. Contract approval for Early Support for Infants & Toddlers (Birth to 3 Intervention Service Providers) - (A&F, May 11, for approval) Approval of this item would authorize the Superintendent to execute contracts with EEU in the amount of $151,480 213,964.38, Wonderland Developmental Center in the amount of $252,470 356,607.30, Northwest center in the amount of $757,395 1,069,821.89, and Boyer Children's Clinic in the amount of $1,262,320 1,783,036.48, to ensure the provision of Early Intervention services. (action report and attachments edited)

B. Items Removed from the Consent Agenda

VI. Public Testimony - 5:30 p.m.

1.

Audry Slye

Dual Immersion Program

2.

Elias Sukind

Cut in Japanese Language Program

3.

Kiera Marie Ohtake

Japanese & Asian Languages in SPS

4.

Sidd Vance

Asian Languages in Seattle Public Schools

5.

Honey Ahmed

Rainier Beach Renovation

6.

Gian Rosario

Rainier Beach Renovation

7.

Arinne Rosario

Rainier Beach Renovation

8.

Sokinna Keo

Rainier Beach Renovation

9.

Chris Jackins

2017-18 School Year Calendar; Transportation Grant; Lincoln Ed Specs; Biology Assessment Waiver

10.

Eliza Rankin

Bell Times

11.

Eric Blumhagen

Superintendent's Evaluation

12.

Justin Adam Kalm

Two-Tier Bussing Proposal & Resurfacing Playground at Orca K-8

13.

Emily Lieberman

Stevens Enrollment: Honoring the Student Assignment Plan

14.

Molly Brown Huppert

Equity in the HCC/Advanced Learning Program

15.

Nicolet Arano

Heritage Speakers from International School

16.

Brian Terry

Racial Equity in Advanced Learning

17.

Manuela Slye

Heritage Speaker Enrollment at SPS

18.

Lisa Dawson-Lee

Capacity Planning - Boren STEM K-8

19.

Kira Blumhagen

Waitlists

20.

Casey Rogers

Waiting on the Waitlist

21.

Ethan Rogers

Waiting lists swaps don't need to wait

22.

Kate Koester

How to Decrease Barriers for Native Speakers to attend Seattle's Dual Language Schools

23.

Antoinette Angulo

Native/Heritage Speaker Set Aside

24.

Annabel Quintero

Seal of Bi-Literacy & Dual Language Programs

25.

Jennifer Johnson

Presence of Heritage Speakers at Title I Schools & Transparency

Wait List

1.

Suzanne DuRard

Equitable Access to Advanced Learning

2.

Katherine Rios Martinez

Native/Heritage Speakers Enrollment Barriers

3.

Devon Madden

Japanese in the Seattle Public Schools

4.

Rafe Ohtake

Program Cuts to Asian Language Programs

5.

Katie Ohtake

Program Cuts to Asian Language Programs

6.

Aujah Anderson

Cut in Japanese Language Program

7.

Georgia Gray

Budget cuts that effect Asian Language Programs

8.

Krista Cherry

Nathan Hale HS Waiver for late Start

9.

Sean Suver

Program Cuts to Asian Language Programs

10.

Karen Studarus

Native Language Speakers

11.

Max Druliner

Budget cuts that effect Asian Language Programs

12.

Kathrine Bachy

Equitable Access to Advanced Learning

13.

Yuka Washington

Supporting Japanese Programs at SPS

14.

Iris Viveros

ELL

15.

Brennan Chang

Budget cuts that effect Asian Language Programs

16.

Lucienne Joireman

Supporting Japanese Programs at SPS

17.

Kayla Springborg

Asian Languages in Seattle Public Schools

18.

Mark Rossow

Retaining East Asian Languages such as Japanese in SPS Middle Schools

19.

Katy Canefe

International School Bi-lingual Programs

VII. Board Comments

VIII. Business Action Items (Continued) - 6:30 p.m.

C. Action Items           

  1. Approval of 2017-2018 School Year Calendar - (Exec., May 4, for consideration) Approval of this item would approve the 2017-18 School Year Calendar. 

  2. Accepting Transportation and Crossing Guard Grants from the City of Seattle - (A&F, May 11, for approval) Approval of this item would authorize the Superintendent to accept two grants from the City of Seattle if approved by the City on or before June 15, for the 2017-18 school year. (action report edited)

  3. City of Seattle Families & Education Levy Funding for Seattle Public Schools for Summer Learning 2017 and the 2017-18 School Year - (A&F, May 11, for consideration) Approval of this item would authorize the Superintendent to accept the grant funds totaling $16,905,221.00 from the City of Seattle's Families and Education Levy (FEL) funded programs with the City of Seattle's Department of Education and Early Learning for the Family Support Worker, Elementary, Middle and High School Innovation, Middle School Linkage, and School Nurses.

  4. Budget Development and Financial Management System (BDMS) Contract Awards - (A&F, Apr. 18, for consideration) Approval of this item would authorize the Superintendent to execute contracts with SHI International Corp., in the amount of no more than $250,000 for the purchase of Questica for purchasing software licensing and with Questica Inc, in the amount of no more than $550,000 695,050.00, for purchase of professional services, hosting, maintenance, and support services requested to install and implement the Questica software. (action report and attachment edited)

  5. BEX IV & BTA IV: Approval of the Site Specific Educational Specifications for the Modernization at Lincoln High School Project - (Ops., Apr. 20, for approval) Approval of this item would approve the Site Specific Education Specifications dated March 13 May 26, 2017 for the Building Excellence IV (BEX IV) and Building Technology Academics and Athletics IV (BTA IV) Modernization at Lincoln High School Project. (action report and attachment edited)
       
  6. BTA IV: Award Contract K5093 for Relocation and Setup of Portable Classrooms at Multiple School Sites - (Ops, May 18, for consideration) Approval of this item would authorize the Superintendent to execute a contract No. K5093 with King County Directors' Association (KCDA) for relocation and set up of portable classrooms at Multiple school sites, in the contract scheduled amount of $391,931.64, plus Washington State sales tax. (intro/action)

D. Introduction Items        

  1. Approval of the Board’s Governance Priorities and Superintendent’s Evaluation tools for 2017-18 (Instrument and SMART Goals/Accompanying Rubrics) - (Exec., June 1, for approval) Approval of this item would approve the 2017-18 Board Governance Priorities, Superintendent SMART Goals for 2017-18, and the 2017-18 Superintendent Evaluation Instrument.

  2. Approval of the Third Year Renewal of Contract B01538 with Goody Man Distributing, Inc. for Bread Products for 2017-18 - (Ops., May 18, for approval) Approval of this item would authorize the Superintendent to execute the renewal of contract B01538 with Goody Man Distribution in the amount of $250,181.05, for the provision of bread products for 2017-18 school year.

  3. Approval of the Third Year Renewal of Contract B01539 with Duck Delivery for Fresh Produce for the 2017-18 school year - (Ops., May 18, for approval) Approval of this item would authorize the Superintendent to execute the renewal of contract B01539 with Duck Delivery in the amount of $900,000.00, for the provision of fresh produce for the 2017-18 school year.

  4. Approval of the Third Year Renewal Contract B01540 with Dairy Fresh Farms for Fluid Milk Products, Miscellaneous Dairy Products and Juice Products for 2017-18 - (Ops., May 18, for approval) Approval of this item would authorize the Superintendent to execute the Year 3 renewal of contract B01540 with Dairy Fresh Farms in the amount of $1,001,809.00, for provisions of fluid milk products, miscellaneous dairy products and juice products for the 2017-18 school year.
       
  5. BEX IV: Resolution 2016/17-18, Board Acceptance of the Building Commissioning Report for the Hazel Wolf K-8 at Pinehurst Replacement Project - (Ops., May 18, for approval) Approval of this item would accept the Final Building Commissioning Report for the Hazel Wolf K-8 at Pinehurst Replacement project.
      
  6. BEX IV Capacity Flexibility: Approval of a Budget Transfer for the Maple Elementary School Cross Laminated Timber Project ​- (Ops., May 18, for approval) Approval of this item would approve a one-time budget transfer from the BEX IV Capacity Flexibility fund to the Maple Elementary School CLT Project in the amount of $350,000.
       
  7. BEX IV and BTA IV: Lincoln High School Modernization: Budget Increase for Exterior Improvements, including Modification to Bassetti Architects Contract P1436, and Adjustments to Lydig Construction Contract P5084 - (Ops., May 18, for consideration) Approval of this item would approve the transfer of funds from the BTA IV Program Contingency to the Lincoln High School Modernization Project in the amount of $7,989,508 for exterior improvements.

IX. Executive Session: Labor Negotiations - This executive session will begin at the conclusion of the regular Board meeting and last approximately 30 minutes. The legislative session will reconvene at the conclusion of the executive session to adjourn the meeting if there is no further business before the Board. No action will be taken as a result of the executive session. 

X. Adjourn - 8:30 p.m.

Calendar Reminders

  • Board Special Meeting: Audit & Finance Committee; Executive Session: to Evaluate the Performance of a Public Employee, Thursday, June 8, 4:30-8:30pm, Board Conference Room, Stanford Center
  • Board Special Meeting: Curriculum & Instruction Policy Committee; Monday, June 12, 4:00-6:30pm, Board Conference Room, Stanford Center
  • Board Special Meeting: Audit & Finance Committee (Quarterly Audit), Tuesday, June 13, 4:30-6:30pm, Board Conference Room, Stanford Center
  • Board Special Meeting: Work Session: 2016-17 Superintendent Annual Evaluation; Executive Session: to Evaluate the Performance of a Public Employee, Wednesday, June 14, 4:30-7:30pm, Auditorium, Stanford Center
  • Board Special Meeting: Operations Committee, Thursday, June 15, 4:30-6:30pm, Board Conference Room, Stanford Center
  • District VII Community Meeting (Director Patu), Saturday, June 24, 10:00-11:30am, Raconteur Cafe, 5041 Wilson Ave. S.
  • Notice of Possible Quorum: Seattle Public Schools Employee Retirement Celebration, Tuesday, June 27, 4:00-6:00pm, Auditorium, Stanford Center
  • Regular Board Meeting, Wednesday, June 28, 4:15pm-8:30pm, Auditorium, Stanford Center
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