April 6, 2022 – Regular Board Meeting
Agenda – FINAL Post
Regular Legislative Session
Wednesday, April 6, 2022 4:15 p.m.
Board of Directors
2445 – 3rd Avenue South
Seattle, Washington 98134
IMPORTANT NOTE: Public access to this meeting will be available both at the John Stanford Center for Educational Excellence and through remote access.
The meeting will be live streamed on SPSTV and broadcast on television on Comcast 26 (standard-def) and 319 (hi-def), Wave 26 (standard-def) and 695 (hi-def), and Century Link 8008 (standard-def) and 8508 (hi-def). To listen by phone, dial 206-800-4125 and use Conference ID 394 909 287#. This phone number and Conference ID will also be used by those who sign up to provide public testimony through the process described on the Agenda below.
All in-person attendees must adhere to any health and safety protocols communicated onsite. Please do not come to the John Stanford Center for Educational Excellence if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms: fever (100.4 F); chills; cough; shortness of breath or difficulty breathing; fatigue; muscle or body aches; headache; recent loss of taste or smell; sore throat; congestion or runny nose; nausea or vomiting; or diarrhea.
I. Call to Order – 4:15 p.m.
- General Welcome Announcement to Audience
- Roll Call
II. Superintendent Comments
III. Business Action Items
A. Consent Agenda
- Minutes of the February 28, 2022 Board Special Meeting, March 10, 2022 Board Special Meeting, March 11, 2022 Board Special Meeting, and March 16, 2022 Regular Board Meeting
- Personnel Report
B. Items Removed from the Consent Agenda
IV. Board Committee Reports
V. Public Testimony – 5:00 p.m.
Members of the public who wish to address the board in person or by teleconference may sign up online or by calling (206) 252-0040, beginning Monday, April 4, 2022 at 8:00 a.m. The public testimony list will be posted Tuesday, April 5, 2022. Those who are placed on the posted public testimony list may provide their testimony by dialing 206-800-4125 and using Conference ID 394 909 287#. For information on how the public testimony list is created, please visit the Board’s website.
|1||Chris Jackins||Action Item 1 The closure of three instructional program sites for Interagency Academy school|
|3||Angelia Maxie||Bell times|
|4||Bonnie Rochman||Social studies 10th grade curriculum at Roosevelt HS|
|5||Jennie Rhoads||Deficient enrollment prediction/staff cutting for Meany Middle School 2022-23, which serves/educates largest number/percentage of African American males in Seattle’s middle schools|
|6||Annie Tegen||Athletics at Lincoln High School|
|7||Sophia Harrison||Support for Lincoln High School students and student-athletes|
VI. Business Action Items (Continued)
C. Action Items
- Approval of closure of three instructional program sites for Interagency Academy School (Ops, March 17, for approval) Approval of this item would approve the closure of the following Interagency Academy School sites: Youth Education Program site located at 810 3rd Ave. Seattle, WA 98104, the Opportunity Skyway site at 6524 Ellis Ave S. Seattle, WA 98108 and the SeaMar site at 10001 17th Place South Seattle, WA 98168, with such minor additions, deletions and modifications as the Superintendent deems necessary. Immediate action is in the best interest of the district. (Introduction & Action)
- Approval of Additional OSPI Emergency School Waiver Application Approval of this item would approve the Superintendent’s application to OSPI, which requests permission for Seattle Public Schools (SPS) to not make up a missed school day on March 23, 2022, at Leschi Elementary. Immediate action is in the best interest of the district. (Introduction & Action)
D. Introduction Items
- Amendment to Board Policy No. 5410, Holidays, and Approval of the agreements with International Union of Operating Engineers Local 302, Teamsters Local 117, Teamsters Local 174, International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers No. 160, Local 289, Pacific Northwest Regional Council of Carpenters, PASS, Seattle King County Trades Council and Seattle Education Association (SAEOP and Paraprofessionals who are 260 work day employees), adding Juneteenth as a paid holiday to the parties’ collective bargaining agreements (Exec, March 23, for approval) Approval of this item would amend Board Policy No. 5410, Holidays, to include Juneteenth and that the School Board authorize the Superintendent to execute the agreements in the form of the draft memoranda attached to the School Board Action Report, with any minor additions, deletions, and modifications deemed necessary by the Superintendent, and to take any necessary actions to implement the agreements.
- Amendment to Board Policy No. 6896, Drinking Water Quality and Access, and Repeal of Board Procedure 6896BP, Drinking Water Quality and Access Procedure (Ops, March 17, for approval) Approval of this item would amend Board Policy No. 6896, Drinking Water Quality and Access, as attached to the Board Action Report and repeal Board Procedure 6896BP, Drinking Water Quality and Access Procedure.
- BEX V/BTA IV/BEX IV: Recommendation to Extend Contract Terms and Amend Contract Amounts for Furniture Procurement for 2022-2023, Bid numbers B01834 and B05866 (Ops, March 17, for approval) Approval of this item would authorize the Superintendent to execute the contract amendments approved by the board on March 10, 2021, to extend and amend contract numbers P5110, P5111, P5114, and P5118 for an additional year (2022-2023 Furniture Procurement) with the following three vendors: Elementary schools and program support furnishings: Catalyst Workplace Activation Inc., one-year amendment to Contract P5110 (Bid No. B01834), with an increase of $1,680,830.50 to a current contract amount of $1,413,066.20 for a revised contract total not to exceed $3,093,896.70; Evergreen Furnishings LLC, one-year amendment to Contract P5111 (Bid No. B01834), with an increase of $4,773,788.75 to a current contract amount of $5,306,912.50 for a revised contract total not to exceed $10,080,701.25; School Specialty LLC, one-year amendment to Contract P5114 (Bid No. B01834), with an increase of $629,712.50 to a current contract amount of $1,104,866 for a revised contract total not to exceed $1,734,578.50; Secondary/administrative and instrumental music program furnishings: Catalyst Workplace Activation Inc., one-year amendment to Contract P5118 (Bid No. B05866), with an increase of $3,464,646.30 to a current contract amount of $8,042,694.97 for a revised contract total not to exceed $11,507,341.27; plus, Washington State sales tax, with any minor additions, deletions, modifications, and actions deemed necessary by the Superintendent to implement the contract amendments.
- BEX V: Resolution 2021/22-16: Approval of General Contractor/Construction Manager (GC/CM) Delivery Method and Award GC/CM Contract P5184 to Cornerstone General Contractors, Inc., for the Asa Mercer International Middle School Replacement project (Ops, March 17, for approval) Approval of this item would authorize the Superintendent to utilize the GC/CM alternative construction delivery method for the Asa Mercer International Middle School Replacement project. This authorizes Cornerstone General Contractors, Inc. to immediately provide preconstruction services for an amount not to exceed $735,252, plus Washington State sales tax. Approval of this item would also approve Resolution 2021/22-16 certifying that the district intends to comply with RCW 39.10. This approval also authorizes the Superintendent to negotiate and execute a contract amendment, with any minor additions, deletions, modifications, and actions deemed necessary for the Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) as defined by the RCW 39.10.370 for an amount not to exceed $100,982,267, which includes the pre-construction services allowance, Specified General Conditions, Negotiated Support Services Allowance, the Maximum Allowable Construction Cost (MACC) including subcontractor bonds, the MACC Contingency, and the GC/CM fee, no earlier than completion of 90% construction documents unless otherwise agreed to by both parties. The GMP excludes Washington State sales tax.
- BTA IV: Final Acceptance of Contract K5073 with BNBuilders, Inc., for the Webster School Modernization and Addition project (Ops, March 17, for approval) Approval of this item would accept the work performed under Contract K5073 with BNBuilders, Inc., for the Webster School Modernization and Addition project as final.
VII. Board Comments
Comments will be limited to two minutes per Director
VIII. Adjourn – 8:30 p.m.
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