Public Agenda
TYPE: Regular Meeting
DATE: 1/17/2023 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 DISTRICT BUSINESS
2.1 Adjourn Sine Die Action
  Summary:
A motion is needed at this time to adjourn Sine Die (temporarily) in order to elect the next President of the Board.
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to adjourn the meeting Sine Die in order to elect the next President of the Board.
 
2.2 Election of Board President Action
  Summary:
Dr. Jason Dandoy will preside over the election of the Board President for the 2023 calendar year. Dr. Dandoy will ask board members who would be willing to serve as board president.
 
  Recommendation:
Theresa Tillery volunteered to serve as Board President. Motion to approve Theresa Tillery as Board President for the 2023 calendar year. Dr. Dandoy asked for a roll call vote.
 
2.3 Call Back to Session Action
  Summary:
The newly elected Board President will ask for a motion to return the meeting to open session.
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to return to open session.
 
2.4 Election of Board Vice-President Action
  Summary:
The newly elected Board president will preside over the election of the Board Vice-President for the 2023 calendar year. Members will be asked who would be willing to serve as Vice-President.
 
  Recommendation:
Steve Russell volunteered to serve as Vice-President. Motion to approve Steve Russell as Board Vice-President for the 2023 calendar year. The Board President asked for a roll call vote.
 
2.5 Setting Board Meeting Dates for Calendar Year 2023 Action
  Summary:
The Resolution to Establish Board Regular Meeting Dates states the day of the week, week of the month, time and location for calendar year 2023 Board of Education Meetings.
 
 
Attachments:
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to approve the Resolution to Establish Regular Board Meeting Dates for the 2023 calendar year.
 
6:45 PM 3.0 CONSENT ITEMS Action
3.1 Approve Consent Agenda Action
  Recommendation:
Approve the Consent Agenda as presented.
 
A) Minutes
3.2 Minutes from the December 13, 2022 Board Meeting
Action
 
Attachments:
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to approve the minutes from December 13, 2022 Board Meeting.
 
B) Finance
3.3 Outstanding Payable List, Food Service Payable List, Voucher Summary, Activity Report, Board of Public Utilities, Bond Disbursements, December, General Fund Addendum, and the Budget Summary of Funds
Action
  Summary:
President Theresa Tillery will ask for a motion to approve the consent items.
 
 
Attachments:
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to approve the Outstanding Payable List, Food Service Payable List, Voucher Summary, Activity Report, Board of Public Utilities, Bond Disbursements, December General Fund Addendum, and the Budget Summary of Funds as presented.
 
C) Service Contracts/Licensing/Purchasing
3.4 Performance Matters
Action
  Summary:
Requesting permission to purchase Performance Matters Assessment for the next 30 months to replace AMP Assessments. Since PowerSchool purchased Schoology, they will be phasing out AMP and supporting Performance Matters Assessment. They have agreed to charge us what we had previously paid for AMP for the next two years.
 
  Funding:
ESSER, Title, At-Risk
 
 
Attachments:
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to approve the license purchasing contract as presented.
 
3.5 Replacement of the THS Fire/Water Mains
Action
  Funding:
Funds for this project will be allocated from the 2019 Bond Referendum.
 
 
Attachments:
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to approve the proposal presented by SDI to replace the water and fire mains at Turner High School in conjunction with the South parking lot lighting.
 
3.6 Replacement of water source heat pumps and DOAS units at THS
Action
  Funding:
Funding for this project will be allocated from ESSER lll pending approval of the application we submit to KSDE.
 
 
Attachments:
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to accept the proposal present by Metro Air Conditioning Inc. to replace heat pumps at THS pending approval of the ESSER lll application.
 
3.7 Permission to seek bids to replace locksets with BEST locking mechanisms at THS
Action
 
Attachments:
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to approve and allow TUSD 202 facilities to seek bids for replacing the existing lock system at THS with the BEST lock system to match the rest of the buildings in the district as approved in the 2022-23 CIP.
 
3.8 Acceptance of proposal for the exterior improvements at Turner High School.
Action
  Funding:
Funds for this project will be allocated from the 2019 Bond Referendum.
 
 
Attachments:
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to accept and approve the proposal from Mid Continental Restoration for the exterior improvements for the final phase at Turner High School.
 
3.9 Acceptance of proposal for the tuckpointing and sealants at the ASC.
Action
  Summary:
This proposal includes the original intent of the scope of work at the ASC. In order to capitalize on mobilization costs and reduce impact on future budget considerations we are proposing to include the restoration of the front limestone wall along 55th Street. Including this additional scope of work keeps the project close to budget and the timing makes sense.
 
  Funding:
Funds for this project will be allocated from the 2019 Bond Referendum.
 
 
Attachments:
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to approve and accept the proposal provided by Mid Continental Restoration to tuckpoint and apply sealants to the ASC building and restore the front limestone wall along 55th Street.
 
D) Out-of-State Travel
3.10 Out of state travel to the NAHB International Builder's Show.
Action
  Summary:
Scott Hughes is planning to attend the 2023 NAHB International Builders Show, January 30 – February 3 in Las Vegas. This is the annual International Builders Show. It spans 3 buildings and one outdoor space that allow over 800 exhibitors to display their products, techniques, and tools. Scott was invited to the Trade Teachers Appreciation Dinner on January 31. It will be great to network with trade professionals who are supportive of trade schools as well as other teachers. This trip is an allowable Perkins expense.
 
  Funding:
Paid for with Perkins funds.
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to approve out of state travel as requested.
 
E) Donations/Grants
3.11 Donation to pay for negative student lunch balances at Turner Elementary
Action
  Summary:
We received a donation from a community member to cover student's accounts that had a negative lunch balances at Turner Elementary School. The family wishes to remain anonymous.
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to accept the donation.
 
3.12 KC Knights of Columbus - Coffee Shop Donation
Action
  Summary:
The KC Knights of Columbus have donated $1500.00 to the Turner High School coffee shop. This is their 12th year of donating and supporting the coffee shop.
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to accept the donation of $1,500.00 from the Knights of Columbus as presented by Deb Ayers-Geist, Director of Special Services.
 
3.13 THS fundraiser for the AVID group
Action
  Summary:
Mr. Eugene Miles along with Khiera Jones & Princess Horton are planning a fundraiser for a trip March 19-23, 2023 on a HBCU tour. The group will have people sign up to have someone's yard decorated with pink flamingos. The funds donated will go towards the student cost of the planned trip.
 
 
Attachments:
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to approve the fundraiser for the benefit of the THS AVID group.
 
3.14 KSDE Rubber Tire Mulch Grant
Action
  Summary:
This grant request would fund the replacement of wood or rubber mulch with poured in place soft surface coating on some of our playgrounds.
 
  Funding:
This would be a 50-50 split funded grant, 50% paid for by TUSD 202 and 50% paid for with the grant from KSDE.
 
 
Attachments:
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to approve the request to submit for grant funding for a poured in place rubberized surface on select playgrounds throughout TUSD 202.
 
3.15 THS fundraiser for the Powerlifting Team.
Action
  Summary:
Meghan Johnson & Marissa Eskina are planning a bake sale table at a basketball game on 1/31/23. This will be a fundraiser for the Powerlifting team.
 
 
Attachments:
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to approve the fundraiser for the benefit of the THS Powerlifting Team.
 
3.16 Donation to THS Baseball team
Action
  Summary:
The THS baseball team received a $3,500 donation. The donor wishes to remain anonymous. The funds will be used for the benefit of the baseball team.
 
 
Attachments:
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to accept the donation for THS Baseball team
 
7:13 PM 4.0 CONSENT - BOARD POLICY Action
4.1 Approve Consent Agenda Action
  Recommendation:
Approve the Consent Agenda as presented.
 
A) Policy Revisions
4.2 Existing Policy Revisions- First Reading
Action
  Summary:
We are asking the Board to approve the first reading of proposed revisions to policies GAAB, GCRF, IDAB, IHF, JBE, JCE, JDD, and KN.
 
 
Attachments:
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to approve the first reading of policies GAAB, GCRF, IDAB, IHF, JBE, JDD, and KN as presented.
 
B) New Policy
4.3 New Policy IFA- First Reading
Action
  Summary:
We are asking the Board to approve the first reading of new proposed policy IFA.
 
 
Attachments:
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to approve the first reading of new policy IFA as presented.
 
7:27 PM 5.0 COMMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC
5.1 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".
 
7:37 PM 6.0 RECOGNITION/PRESENTATIONS
6.1 Pride Award Presentation Info
  Summary:
Dr. Lana Gerber, Executive Director of Administrative Services will present the Pride Award recipients.
 
6.2 Horizon Award Recipient Recognition Info
6.3 Focus on Learning Action
  Summary:
Staff Members and students from Journey School of Choice will present a Focus on Learning presentation.
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to accept the Focus on Learning presentation as given by Journey School of Choice.
 
7:47 PM 7.0 ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
7.1 Strategic Plan Update- 2nd Quarter Action
  Summary:
Dr. Jason Dandoy will present the second quarter Strategic Plan updates.

The video can be viewed at: https://youtu.be/sfIQ5zuhYQg
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to accept the second quarter Strategic Plan updates.
 
7.2 District Calendar 2023-2024 Action
  Summary:
Requesting approval of the 2023-2024 district calendar.
 
 
Attachments:
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to approve the calendar as presented.
 
7.3 Revision to the Director of Special Services Job Description Action
  Summary:
Dr. Dandoy will present changes to the Director of Special Services job description.
 
 
Attachments:
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to approve the changes to the Director of Special Services job description.
 
7:57 PM 8.0 SUPERINTENDENTS REPORT
8.1 Superintendent's Report Info
 
Attachments:
 
8:07 PM 9.0 BOARD REPORTS
9.1 Joy Beery Info
9.2 Becky Billigmeier Info
9.3 Jeff Davidson Info
9.4 Bryan Fishbaugh Info
9.5 Daniel Soptic Info
9.6 Steve Russell Info
9.7 Theresa Tillery Info
8:17 PM 10.0 EXECUTIVE SESSION
10.1 Executive Session Action
  Summary:
President Theresa Tillery will ask for a motion to enter into executive session.
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to enter into executive session for the purpose of discussing personnel issues pursuant to the non-elected personnel exception under KOMA. The board will return to the open meeting room at 9:00pm. The board invited Dr. Jason Dandoy and Dr. Lana Gerber to join them in executive session.
 
8:47 PM 11.0 OTHER ACTION ITEMS
11.1 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.
 
11.2 Resolution 01-17-2023-01 Action
  Summary:
Lana Gerber, Executive Director or Administrative Services is asking the Board to approve resolution 01-17-2023-01 to provide notification of the intent to terminate a certified employee's contract.
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to approve Resolution 01-17-2023-01 to provide notification of the intent to terminate a certified employee's contract.
 
8:57 PM 12.0 ADJOURN
12.1 Adjourn the Meeting Action
  Summary:
President Theresa Tillery will ask for a motion to adjourn the meeting.
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to adjourn the meeting at