Public Agenda
TYPE: Regular Meeting
DATE: 6/7/2022 TIME: 6:30 PM
LOCATION: ASC Board Room
DETAILS:
 
6:30 PM 1.0 OPENING ITEMS
1.1 Call to Order Info
  Summary:
President Theresa Tillery will call the meeting to order.
 
1.2 Roll Call Info
  Summary:
President Theresa Tillery will ask for the roll call.
 
1.3 Pledge of Allegiance Info
  Summary:
I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.
 
1.4 Agenda Action
  Summary:
President Theresa Tillery will ask for a motion to approve the agenda.
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to approve the agenda as presented.
 
6:35 PM 2.0 CONSENT ITEMS Action
2.1 Approve Consent Agenda Action
  Recommendation:
Approve the Consent Agenda as presented.
 
A) Minutes
2.2 Minutes from the May 17, 2022 Board of Education Meeting and May 19, 2022 TUSD 202 and TREC Joint Board Meeting
Action
 
Attachments:
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to approve the minutes from the May 17, 2022 Board of Education Meeting and May 19, 2022 TUSD 202 and TREC Joint Board Meeting.
 
B) Finance
2.3 Sale of surplus equipment and material.
Action
  Summary:
This request to sell surplus equipment, materials, a safe, and a sound testing booth on PurpleWave.
 
 
Attachments:
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to approve the sale of surplus equipment and material.
 
C) Service Contracts/Licensing/Purchasing
2.4 Yearly Microsoft Renewal
Action
  Summary:
The attached Proposal is for our Yearly Microsoft Subscription. This includes licensing for Cloud, PC and Server licensing. The A5 option gives significant enhancements to our web and client based security.
 
 
Attachments:
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to approve payment for our Yearly Microsoft Renewal.
 
2.5 Purchase of foodservice equipment
Action
  Funding:
Funds for this purchase will be allocated from the Foodservice operating budget.
 
 
Attachments:
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to approve the purchase of foodservice equipment including (1) Double Stack Oven, (2) Tilt Skillets, (1) Combi Oven, and a Dish Washer for Journey School of Choice.
 
2.6 Purchase of (3) new 71 passenger School Buses, and request to sell the (3) buses the newly purchased buses would replace.
Action
  Funding:
The (3) new school buses would be purchased with funds allocated from the 2021-22 Capital Improvement Budget.
 
 
Attachments:
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to approve the purchase of (3) new 71 passenger school buses, and offer for sale the (3) buses that would be replaced.
 
2.7 Award Turner USD 202 Demolition projects to B & R Insulation and Precision Construction.
Action
  Summary:
The bid request was structured in a manner that all (4) projects would not need to be awarded to (1) Vendor. This helped maximize the budget for the demolition projects.
 
  Funding:
Funding for this project would be allocated from the 2019 Bond Referendum.
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to approve the proposal presented by B&R Insulation to provide demolition services to remove the modular building at TE and the concessions stand at TSGA for the amount of $13,955.00; and approve the proposal presented by Precision Construction for the demolition in the future Pre-k space at TE, and the awning at TSGA for the amount of $27,920.00.
The combined total amount of these (4) projects $41,875.00.
 
2.8 Approval of the 2022-23 annual service contract with TRANE.
Action
  Funding:
Funding for this contract will be allocated from the 2022-23 Capital Budget.
 
 
Attachments:
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to approve the annual 2022-23 service contract with TRANE for the amount of $80,270.84.
 
D) Out-of-State Travel
2.9 Parents as Teachers International Conference in Denver
Action
  Summary:
I am requesting permission to send 4 Parent Educators and 1 PAT Coordinator to the International PAT Conference in Denver, August 31st - September 3rd. Information about the conference can be found at https://www.parentsasteachersconference.org/.
 
  Funding:
Approximately $15,000 out of PAT grant.
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to approve out-of-state travel as presented.
 
2.10 Out of State Travel to the American Association of School Personnel Administrators (AASPA) 84th Annual Conference.
Action
  Summary:
Requesting permission for Dr. Lana Gerber to attend the the American Association of School Personnel Administrators (AASPA) 84th Annual Conference.
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to approve out of state travel for Dr. Lana Gerber to attend the the American Association of School Personnel Administrators (AASPA) 84th Annual Conference.
 
2.11 NAESP National Convention in Louisville, Kentucy
Action
  Summary:
I would like approval to attend the NAESP National Convention in Louisville, Kentucky, July 15-17.
https://www.naesp.org/event/2022-pre-k-8-principals-conference/
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to approve out-of-state travel as presented.
 
E) Donations/Grants
2.12 Drill Team Fundraiser
Action
  Summary:
The Turner High School Goldenettes will have a fundraiser at HyVee on July 2 from 10:00am-4:30pm. They will be bagging groceries for tips to help raise money for choreography and competition fees this year.
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to approve the Turner High School Goldenettes' fundraiser as presented.
 
6:55 PM 3.0 COMMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC
3.1 Public Comments Info
  Summary:
"The board appreciates patrons taking time to talk to us about USD 202 policies and procedures. We set aside this time every meeting to hear from the public. Your comments should be directed toward board policies or the procedures administrators establish to carry out those policies.

This is not an appropriate time or place for patrons to make comments of a personal nature about any district employee or anyone else. Persons making comments that violate the privacy rights of district employees will be asked to terminate their remarks.

Prior to making comments, those who wish to speak need to state their name and address for the record. We would also like to remind those speaking to the board comments shall be no longer than 3 minutes.

If the board refers your concern to an administrator for investigation, the board will hear about it in a future meeting, and you can expect the superintendent or another district employee to make arrangements to meet with you at the appropriate time. Thank you again for taking time to discuss district business with the board".
 
3.2 Turner Recreation Commission Update Info
  Summary:
John Frayer, Board Chair for the Turner Recreation Commission will present updates on Turner Recreation activities.
 
7:05 PM 4.0 ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
4.1 Turner Recreation Commission Position #3 Applicant Review Info
  Summary:
At the May 17, 2022 regular meeting the board approved the positing of Turner Recreation Position #3. At this time the board will review the applications that were received for the position.
 
 
Attachments:
 
4.2 Child Nutrition Programs-Appointment of New Authorized Representative Action
  Summary:
Request to change the authorized representative from Kristen Woodbury to Megan Rabun.
 
 
Attachments:
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to change the authorized representative for the Child Nutrition & Wellness programs as presented.
 
7:15 PM 5.0 SUPERINTENDENTS REPORT
5.1 Superintendent's Report Info
7:25 PM 6.0 BOARD REPORTS
6.1 Joy Beery Info
6.2 Jeff Davidson Info
6.3 Bryan Fishbaugh Info
6.4 Daniel Soptic Info
6.5 Steve Russell Info
6.6 Theresa Tillery Info
7:35 PM 7.0 OTHER ACTION ITEMS
7.1 Personnel Exhibits Action
  Summary:
President Theresa Tillery will ask for a motion on the personnel exhibits.
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to approve the personnel exhibits as presented.
 
7:45 PM 8.0 ADJOURN
8.1 Adjourn the Meeting Action
  Summary:
President Theresa Tillery will ask for a motion to adjourn the meeting.
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to adjourn the meeting at