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    January 31, 2018 - Regular Board Meeting
    Posted on 01/26/2018

    Agenda FINAL
    Regular Legislative Session
    January 31, 2018, 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

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

    • Robert Eagle Staff Middle School Jazz Band

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

    • Viewlands Elementary Presentation

    IV. Student Comments - The Center School

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

    A. Consent Agenda   

    1. Minutes of the December 13, 2017 Work Sessions and the January 17, 2018 Regular Board Meeting
    2. Warrants - December

      2017 Warrants​ - December

      General Fund

      *Payroll

      $1,078,841.95


      Vendor

      $30,480,843.31

      Capital Project Fund

      Vendor

      $6,482,365.63

      Associated Student Body

      Vendor

      $223,783.44

      Expendable Trust Fund

      Vendor

      $3,364.62 

      Grand Total


      $38,269,198.95

      *Note – Payroll total reflects warrants issued to employees. It does not however, reflect cash transfer amounts in payment of employees' Direct Deposit payroll.

    3. Approval of 2018-19 School Year Calendar (Exec, Jan. 11, for approval) Approval of this item would allow the School Board to establish the dates for when the school year starts and ends, which is required by state law. In addition, the development of the school year calendar is subject to bargaining with unions and certain calendar rules are outlined in the 2015-18 Seattle Education Association (SEA) Certificated Employees Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA). (attachment edited since introduction)

    4. New England Center for Children Contract Modification (A&F, Jan. 8, for approval) Approval of this item would detail purchase agreements with a contract modification of $267,351.01 that bring the contract total to $391,900.21 to provide a student with a residential special education program. 

    5. Building Excellence (BEX) and Buildings, Technology and Academics (BTA) Capital Programs Oversight Committee (Ops, Jan. 4, for consideration) Approval of this item would revise the charge of the BEX Oversight Committee to include oversight of the Building Excellence (BEX) and Buildings, Technology and Academics (BTA) capital programs.

    6. BEX IV: Award Construction Contract P1556, to King County Directors’ Association (KCDA) for the Memorial Stadium Scoreboard Replacement project (Ops, Jan. 4, for approval) Approval of this item would provide authorization for the Superintendent to enter into a construction contract, in the amount of $348,809, for the installation of a new scoreboard at Memorial Stadium.

    7. BEX IV: Approval of the Site Specific Educational Specifications for the Wing Luke Elementary School Replacement project (Ops, Jan. 4, for consideration) Approval of this item would provide the design team with information about program space required to support the elementary school’s education program for the Wing Luke Elementary School Replacement project. 

    B. Items Removed from the Consent Agenda

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

    1. Sarita Bradshaw

     

    Student Speaker from The Center School

    2. Hueson Kim

     

    Substitute Resolution 10 and 2019-2020 HC High School Pathways Amendment 4

    3. Avery Wagar

     

    Resolution No. 2017/18-10 and the High School Boundaries and Highly Capable Pathways for 2019-20 and 2020-21 and related Amendments and Substitute Resolutions

    4. Hayden Wagar

     

    Resolution No. 2017/18-10 and the High School Boundaries and Highly Capable Pathways for 2019-20 and 2020-21 and related Amendments and Substitute Resolutions

    5. Shireen Aryana 

     

    2019-2020 HC High School Pathways Amendment 4 and Substitute Resolution 4

    6. Julie Gregg

     

    A statement of support for approving Amendment 2, which keeps Area B in the Ballard High School boundary area when the high school boundaries are redrawn in 2019/2020

    7. Rishi Mirchandani

     

    HCC Pathways

    8. Eric Muhs

     

    Resolution No. 2017/18-10 and the High School Boundaries and Highly Capable Pathways for 2019-20 and 2020-21 and related Amendments and Substitute Resolutions
    9. Beth McKelvey
    Please return area B to BHS attendance area
    10. Rebekkah Madden
    Substitute Resolution 10
    11. Coen Stuart
    Loyal Heights students being left in the boundary for Ballard High School 
    12. Mollie Huppert
    Highly Capable Pathways, Localization and Equitable Access to Advanced Learning
    13. Colette Blangy
    HS Boundary Scenarios
    14. Andrea Toll
    Resolution 2017/18-10 
    15. Phyllis Campano
    Black Lives Matter Week
    16. Kenny Stuart
    HS Boundary and Keeping LH together
    17. Brad Halverson
    Resolution 2017/18-10, HC Pathways, Boundary Maps, Related Amendments and Substitute Resolutions
    18. Katie McVicars
    Resolution No. 2017/18-10 and the High School Boundaries and Highly Capable Pathways for 2019-20 and 2020-21 and related Amendments
    19. Caroline Platt
    Substitute Resolution 10 and 2019-2020 High School HC Pathway Amendment 4
    20. Devin Bruckner

    HC Pathways and Equitable Access to advanced Learning
    21. Simon Knaphus

    HC Pathways, Localization & Equitable access to advanced leanring
    22. Jhoanna Noonan

    Resolution 10
    23. Susan Stahl

    Black Lives Matter Resolution
    24. Christine Shigaki

    Resolution No. 2017/18-10 and the High School Boundaries and Highly Capable Pathways for 2019-20 and 2020-21 and related Amendments and Substitute Resolution
    25. Brian Terry


    Equitable access to advance learning

    Wait List

    1.

    Chris Jackins

    BTA Oversight Committee, Wing Luke Education Specifications, HS Boundaries

    2.

    Robert McVicars

    Resolution No. 2017/18-10 and the High School Boundaries and Highly Capable Pathways for 2019-20 and 2020-21 and related Amendments and Substitute Resolutions

    3.

    David Shepard

    Resolution No. 2017/18-10

    4.

    Rita Green 

    Black Lives Matter

    5.

    Opal Heltzel HC High School Pathway amendment and substitute resolution 10

    6.

    Shawn Rediger

    Resolution No. 2017/18-10 and the High School Boundaries and Highly Capable Pathways for 2019-20 and 2020-21 and related Amendments and Substitute Resolutions

    7.

    Julie van Arcken

    HCC Pathways

    8.

    Erin Okuno

    Superintendent Search

    9.

    James Wagar

    Resolution No. 2017/18-10 and the High School Boundaries and Highly Capable Pathways for 2019-20 and 2020-21 and related Amendments and Substitute Resolutions

    10.

    Shandra Hampsln

    School Pathways

    11.

    Jennie Wyatt

    Substitute Resolution 10and 2019-20 HC High School Pathways Amendment 4

    12.

    Athena Frederick

    Twice exceptional- learner's and the HCC program and how that relates to Substitute Resolution 10

    13.

    Natalie Bauer

    Ballard High School Boundary

    14.

    Chrissy Micheli Bauer

    Ballard High School Boundary

    15.

    Aneesa Roidad

    Black Lives Matter at school Resolution

    16.

    Jeff Clark 

    HC Pathways

    17.

    Katie Farley

    Resolution No. 2017/18-10 and the High School Boundaries and Highly Capable Pathways for 2019-20 and 2020-21 and related Amendments and Substitute Resolutions

    18.

    Olivia Fann

    Substitute Resolution 10 and 2019-2020 HC High School Pathways Amendment 4

    19.

    Margaret Cerrato-Blue

    High School Boundaries, HC Pathways, and related amendments

    20.

    Austina De Bonte

    The high school and HCC Boundary Changes

    21.

    Manuela Slye

    Safety at Chief Sealth High School

    22.

    Sebrena Burr

    Superintendent Search

    23.

    Kimberly Farrell

    HS Boundaries for Loyal Heights Elementary N of 85th St.

    24.

    Lori Graham

    High School Boundary Changes

    25.

    Jolyn Mason

    North Boundary for Ballard High School

    26.

    Saffa Bardaro

    Request to amend BHS Boundary Fv.4.3 to include current boundary lines that keep Loyal Heights Elementary students together

    27.

    Sandra Fann

    Substitute Resolution 10 and 2019 HC High School Pathways Amendment 4

    28.

    Hugh Kim

    Substitute Resolution 10 and 2019-2020 HC High School Pathways Amendment 4

    29.

    Meredith Osborne

    Teacher to student ratio at the primary level of Choice Schools

    30.

    Renee Remlinger-Tee

    Resolution 2017/18-10, high school pathways and Amendment #3

    31.

    Schelleen Rathkopf

    Ballard High School Boundary

     

     


    VII. Board Comments

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

    C. Action Items

    1. Adopting Resolution No. 2017/18-10 to establish an equitable vision for advanced coursework in all high schools by replacing highly capable pathways at the high school level with a localized assignment model by 2021-22 (C&I, Jan. 9, for approval) Approval of this item would state the Board’s intention that, starting in the 2021-22 school year, students entering high school from a highly capable program or with a highly capable designation would have a default assignment to their neighborhood school, and that language to this effect be inserted the next time the Board considers a Student Assignment Transition Plan (SATP). 

    2. Approval of the 2019-20 High School Growth Boundaries Plan and Highly Capable Pathways for 2019-20 and 2020-21 (Ops, Dec. 7, for consideration) Approval of this item would outline high school boundary changes and high school highly capable pathway changes due to the opening of Lincoln High School and an addition at Ingraham High School in fall 2019. (action report and attachments edited since introduction)

    3. Approval of Capacity Management Actions for the 2018-19 School Year (Ops, Jan. 4, for consideration) Approval of this item would authorize expenditure of $4,510,000 within the capital budget for annual capacity management actions in spring semester 20 17-18, and summer 2018 to support projected District homeroom and program capacity needs for the 201&19 school year.

    4. Adopting Resolution No. 2017/18-14 to declare that the lives of black students matter, as well as the lives of all of our students of color, and that we encourage participation district-wide in the national Black Lives Matter At School Week from February 5-9, 2018. Approval of this item would declare that the lives of black students matter, as well as the lives of all of our students of color, and that the District encourages participation district-wide in the Black Lives Matter At School Week from February 5-9, 2018. (for introduction and action at this meeting; 1/31 update: action report and attachment edited)

    D. Introduction Items

    IX. Adjourn - 8:30 p.m.

    Calendar Reminders

    A complete list of upcoming Board meetings and Director community meetings can be found on the School Board website at this link: https://www.seattleschools.org/cms/One.aspx?portalId=627&pageId=15493. A paper copy of upcoming meetings will be provided at Board Meetings. If you have any questions, please contact the School Board Office at 206-252-0040.