Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees (June 4, 2019)

1.04 Action to Adopt the Agenda

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees pulls Agenda Item 4.01 and approves the agenda as revised.
Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

2.01 Approval of Consent Agenda Items 2.02 through 2.17

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees approves Consent Agenda Items 2.02 through 2.17.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

2.02 APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES OF THE FEBRUARY 26, 2019 WORK SESSION OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.03 POSSIBLE ACTION TO PROVIDE FINAL APPROVAL TO THE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY 4400, EQUAL OPPORTUNITY IN EMPLOYMENT, WHICH CLARIFIES LANGUAGE RELATED TO PROTECTED CLASSES AND ADDS LANGUAGE RELATED TO A DIVERSE WORK FORCE (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.04 POSSIBLE ACTION TO PROVIDE FINAL APPROVAL TO THE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY 7420, PERFORMANCE-BASED CONTRACTING (FORMERLY BOARD POLICY 7088), WHICH UPDATES THE POLICY FORMAT TO INCLUDE THE GUIDING PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES OF THE POLICY AND ADDS A SECTION TO DELEGATE RESPONSIBILITY FOR IMPLEMENTATION TO THE SUPERINTENDENT (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.05 POSSIBLE ACTION TO PROVIDE FINAL APPROVAL TO THE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY 3265, EQUIPMENT AND PROPERTY, WHICH ADDS LANGUAGE RELATED TO ASSET MANAGEMENT AND REMOVES THE SPECIFIC DETAILS TO THE ASSOCIATED ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATION (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.06 APPROVAL OF THE RENEWAL OF THE AGREEMENT WITH INFINITE CAMPUS, INC. FOR COMPREHENSIVE WEB-BASED STUDENT INFORMATION SYSTEM BEGINNING JULY 1, 2019 AND EXPIRING JUNE 30, 2020 IN THE AMOUNT OF $515,171 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.07 APPROVAL OF THE MICROSOFT 365 A3 SUBSCRIPTION LICENSE AGREEMENT FOR YEAR 2 IN THE AMOUNT OF $613,900.77, EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 31, 2019 THROUGH OCTOBER 30, 2020 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.08 APPROVAL OF THE ANNUAL RENEWAL OF THE BUSINESSPLUS SOFTWARE MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT WITH POWERSCHOOL IN THE AMOUNT OF $119,759.52 FOR JULY 1, 2019 THROUGH JUNE 30, 2020 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.09 APPROVAL TO RENEW THE SERVICES AGREEMENT WITH BLACKBOARD INC. TO PROVIDE CONNECT SERVICES, WEBSITE CONTENT MANAGEMENT SERVICES, AND MOBILE COMMUNICATION SERVICES IN THE AMOUNT OF $206,142.78 FOR THE TERM OF JULY 1, 2019 THROUGH JUNE 30, 2020 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.10 APPROVAL OF REQUEST AND AUTHORIZATION BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES FOR THE WASHOE COUNTY TREASURER TO MAKE AN ADVANCE OF TAXES APPORTIONED TO THE WASHOE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT’S GENERAL FUND, IN AN AMOUNT ALLOWED BY NEVADA ADMINISTRATIVE CODE (NAC) 354.280, AS NECESSARY (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.11 APPROVAL OF THE FOLLOWING EXCESS INSURANCE COVERAGE POLICY RENEWALS: PROPERTY, BOILER AND MACHINERY AND POLLUTION; NATIONAL FLOOD INSURANCE; PUBLIC EMPLOYEE DISHONESTY/FAITHFUL PERFORMANCE BOND; GENERAL LIABILITY, AUTO LIABILITY, SCHOOL BOARD ERRORS & OMISSIONS; EXCESS LIABILITY COVERAGE FOR GENERAL LIABILITY, AUTO LIABILITY, SCHOOL BOARD ERRORS & OMISSIONS; NETWORK SECURTY & PRIVACY LIABILITY; ACTIVE SHOOTER COVERAGE AND EXCESS WORKERS’ COMPENSATION IN THE TOTAL APPROXIMATE AMOUNT OF $3,112,294 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.12 APPROVAL OF THE THREE-YEAR GRANT APPLICATION TO COMMUNITY FOUNDATION OF WESTERN NEVADA’S WOMEN’S GIVING CIRCLE FOR THE CHILDREN IN TRANSITION PROGRAM FOR $95,500 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.13 APPROVAL OF RENEWAL 2 OF REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP) #16-004, WEB-BASED STUDENT DATA ASSESSMENT SYSTEM, TO SCHOOLCITY, INC. FOR A PERIOD OF ONE (1) YEAR BEGINNING JULY 1, 2019 AND ENDING JUNE 30, 2020 IN THE ESTIMATED AMOUNT OF $285,976.25 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.14 APPROVAL OF RENEWAL OF THE MASTER SUBSCRIPTION AGREEMENT WITH NORTHWEST EVALUATION ASSOCIATION (NWEA) FOR THE CONTINUED USE OF THE MEASURES OF ACADEMIC PROGRESS (MAP) INTERIM ASSESSMENTS AND THE INSTRUCTIONAL USE OF THE RESULTING DATA IN THE AMOUNT OF $359,500 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.15 CONSIDERATION OF APPROVAL OF THE APPOINTMENT OF RICHARD JAY (AT-LARGE MEMBER) TO A 2-YEAR TERM TERMS BEGINNING JULY 1, 2019 AND ENDING JUNE 30, 2021 TO THE SAFE AND HEALTHY SCHOOLS COMMISSION AND APPROVAL OF THE RE-APPOINTMENTS OF MISTY VAUGHAN ALLEN (MEDICAL/MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONAL), CHARLENE BYBEE (GOVERNMENT AGENCY REPRESENTATIVE), MARCI BURKE (AT-LARGE MEMBER), AND JEFFREY FRAME (AT-LARGE MEMBER) FOR 2-YEAR TERMS BEGINNING JULY 1, 2019 AND ENDING JUNE 30, 2021 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.16 CONSIDERATION OF APPROVAL OF THE PROJECTED FISCAL YEAR 2019-2020 PLAN TO COMPLY WITH THE PROVISIONS OF NEVADA REVISED STATUTES 388.700-388.725, PERTAINING TO "REDUCTION OF THE PUPIL-TEACHER RATIO IN CERTAIN CLASSES," AND AUTHORIZATION TO FILE THE PLAN WITH THE STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.17 ACCEPTANCE OF AN EXTENSION OF NEVADA READY! PREKINDERGARTEN GRANT FROM THE NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION IN THE AMOUNT OF $130,984.22 TO BE USED FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION CLASSROOMS AND PROGRAMMING (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

4.02 DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO PROVIDE PRELIMINARY APPROVAL TO THE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY 7110, NAMING OF SCHOOLS, WHICH ADDS LANGUAGE TO CLARIFY THE PROCESS BY WHICH THE SCHOOL NAMING COMMITTEE MAY CONSIDER SCHOOL NAMES ALREADY RECOMMENDED TO THE BOARD, BUT NOT CHOSEN BY THE BOARD, FOR FUTURE SCHOOLS, AND INITIATE THE 13-DAY PUBLIC REVIEW AND COMMENT PERIOD

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees provides preliminary approval to the proposed revision of Board Policy 7110, Naming of Schools and Other District Facilities, and initiates the 13-day public review and comment period.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

4.03 DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE APPROVAL OF REQUEST FOR WAIVER FROM MINIMUM EXPENDITURE REQUIREMENTS FOR PURCHASE OF TEXTBOOKS, INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPLIES, INSTRUCTIONAL SOFTWARE AND INSTRUCTIONAL HARDWARE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2018 

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees, should circumstances dictate the need to do so, approves the submission of a written request to the Department of Education for a waiver for all or a portion of the amount of money required to be expended for textbooks, instructional supplies, instructional software and instructional hardware pursuant to Nevada Revised Statute 387.206 for the Fiscal Year ended June 30, 2018.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

4.04 PRESENTATION AND CONSIDERATION OF POSSIBLE ACTION ON THE GRANT PROPOSAL FROM INCLINE HIGH SCHOOL THROUGH THE DAVID AND CHERYL DUFFIELD FOUNDATION (DCDF) TO IMPLEMENT COMPETENCY BASE LEARNING STRATEGIES TO IMPROVE STUDENT ENGAGEMENT IN THE AMOUNT OF $655,000 FOR THE 2019-2020 SCHOOL YEAR

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees approves the grant proposal from Incline High School through the David and Cheryl Duffield Foundation (DCDF) to implement Competency Based Learning (CBL) strategies to improve student engagement in the amount of $655,000 for the 2019-2020 School Year.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

4.05 CONSIDERATION OF AWARD OF REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP) #19-002, HEALTH INSURANCE BENEFIT PROGRAM, TO ANTHEM BLUE CROSS AND BLUE SHIELD (ANTHEM) FOR A TERM OF THREE (3) YEARS BEGINNING JANUARY 1, 2020 AND ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2022 IN THE ESTIMATED ANNUAL AMOUNT OF $2,173,187 

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees awards Request for Proposal (RFP) #19-002, Health Insurance Benefit Program, to Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield (Anthem) for a term of three (3) years beginning January 1, 2020 and ending December 31, 2022 in the estimated annual amount of $2,173,187.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

4.06 CONSIDERATION OF APPROVAL OF THE PROPOSED SEXUALITY, HEALTH AND RESPONSIBILITY EDUCATION (S.H.A.R.E.) HIGH SCHOOL CURRICULUM AS RECOMMENDED BY STAFF AND THE S.H.A.R.E ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees approves the following lessons for the high school Sexuality, Health and Responsibility Education (S.H.A.R.E.) curriculum as recommended by the S.H.A.R.E. Advisory Committee: Making Informed Decisions, Responsible Use of Technology, Know Your Options, Sexually Transmitted Diseases and HIV, and Consent and the Law; removes "Scarleteen" website as a resource included for students; sends Lesson Topic - Understanding Sexual Orientation and Gender back to the S.H.A.R.E. Advisory Committee for additional review; and requests all lessons and materials be translated into Spanish and posted on the District's website as soon as possible.
Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Jacqueline Calvert

Nay: Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto

Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees (May 28, 2019)

1.05 Action to Adopt the Agenda

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees approves the agenda as presented.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

2.01 Approval of Consent Agenda Items 2.02 through 2.12

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees approves Consent Agenda Items 2.02 through 2.05 and 2.07 through 2.12.
Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

2.02 APPROVAL OF THE RENEWAL AND ADDITIONAL PURCHASE OF SOFTWARE LICENSES FOR COMPREHENSIVE ENGLISH LEARNING PROGRAMMING FROM ELLEVATION INC. IN THE APPROXIMATE AMOUNT OF $126,410 FOR USE THROUGHOUT THE WASHOE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.03 AWARD OF BID #62186A, FIRE ALARM UPGRADES AT EDWIN DODSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, TO BALDWIN ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS, LLC. FOR $171,380 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.04 AWARD OF BID #61186D, FIRE ALARM UPGRADES AT SPANISH SPRINGS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, TO NELSON ELECTRIC CO, INC. FOR $130,000 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.05 APPROVAL OF RENEWAL OF REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP) #16-001, DISTRICT-WIDE WIDE AREA NETWORK (WAN), TO AT&T FOR ONE YEAR BEGINNING JULY 1, 2019 AND ENDING JUNE 30, 2020 IN THE ESTIMATED TOTAL AMOUNT OF $553,235.40 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.07 APPROVAL OF GRANT APPLICATION TO U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION FOR THE TITLE VI (INDIAN EDUCATION) GRANT TO SUPPORT WASHOE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT INDIAN EDUCATION PROGRAMMING FOR $175,084 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.08 APPROVAL OF THE GRANT APPLICATIONS TO THE NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLE PROGRAM (FFVP) FOR VARIOUS SCHOOLS THROUGHOUT THE WASHOE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.09 APPROVAL OF THE CARL D. PERKINS CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION IMPROVEMENT EDUCATION ACT OF 2006 RESERVE COMPETITVE GRANT FOR WASHOE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT CTE PROGRAMS TO THE NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION FOR $260,609. (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION).

2.10 AWARD OF BID #63110D, ROOF REPLACEMENT AT GALENA HIGH SCHOOL, TO KODIAK ROOFING & WATERPROOFING CO. FOR $878,393 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.11 APPROVAL OF RENEWAL OF REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP) #15-002, CONSULTING AND MANAGEMENT SERVICES FOR FOOD SERVICE PROGRAM, FOR A PERIOD OF ONE YEAR BEGINNING JULY 1, 2019 AND ENDING JUNE 30, 2020 IN THE ESTIMATED AMOUNT OF $332,773 PLUS OTHER REIMBURSABLE FEES SUCH AS SALARIES, BENEFITS, AND FOOD COSTS TO ARAMARK EDUCATIONAL SERVICES (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.12 APPROVAL OF CONTRACT FOR COMPREHENSIVE K-12 VIRTUAL SCHOOL PROGRAM FOR ONE YEAR BEGINNING JULY 1, 2019 AND ENDING JUNE 30, 2020 IN THE ESTIMATED AMOUNT OF $195,550 TO PEARSON ONLINE & BLENDED LEARNING K-12 USA (PEARSON) (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.06 CONSIDERATION OF THE APPROVAL OF THE EXTENSION OF THE LETTERS OF AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE WASHOE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT AND ACCELIFY, A SOFTWARE AND SPECIAL EDUCATION PROCESS MANAGEMENT FIRM, IN THE ESTIMATED AMOUNT OF $499,273, FOR THE TERMS OF APRIL 12, 2019 TO JUNE 30, 2019 AND JULY 1, 2019 TO JUNE 30, 2020

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees approves the extension of the letters of agreement between the Washoe County School District and Accelify, a software and special education process management firm, in the estimated amount of $499,773 for the terms of April 12, 2019 to June 30, 2019 and July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2020.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

3.01 APPROVAL OF WASHOE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD RESOLUTION 19-006, A RESOLUTION OF INTENT PROPOSING THE ISSUANCE OF UP TO $100 MILLION IN GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS (ADDITIONALLY SECURED WITH PLEDGED REVENUES), PROVIDING THE MANNER, FORM AND CONTENT OF THE NOTICES AND AUTHORIZING OFFICERS OF THE DISTRICT TO TAKE OTHER ACTIONS NECESSARY TO COMPLETE THE ISSUANCE AND RELATED MATTERS 

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees adopts Washoe County School District Board Resolution 19-006, A Resolution of intent proposing the issuance of up to $100 million in general obligation bonds (additionally secured with pledged revenues), providing the manner, form and content of the notices and authorizing officers of the district to take other actions necessary to complete the issuance and related matters.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

3.02 PRESENTATION, DISCUSSION, AND POSSIBLE ACTION RELATIVE TO NEVADA REVISED STATUTE (NRS) 288.155, REGARDING THE PROHIBITION ON PAYING TO OR ON BEHALF OF ANY EMPLOYEE IN THE AFFECTED BARGAINING UNITS ANY COMPENSATION OR MONETARY BENEFITS IN ANY AMOUNT GREATER THAN THE AMOUNT IN EFFECT AS OF THE EXPIRATION OF THE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENTS AND APPROVAL OF THE EXCEPTIONS CONTAINED IN SUBSECTIONS 3(a) AN INCREASE IN COMPENSATION OR MONETARY BENEFITS DURING THE FIRST QUARTER OF THE NEXT ENSUING FISCAL YEAR OF THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYER AFTER THE EXPIRATION OF A COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT AND 3(b) AN INCREASE IN THE EMPLOYER’S PORTION OF THE MATCHING CONTRIBUTION RATE FOR EMPLOYEES AND EMPLOYERS IN ACCORDANCE WITH AN ADJUSTMENT IN THE RATE OF CONTRIBUTIONS PURSUANT TO NEVADA REVISED STATUTE 286.450 

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees approves and directs District staff to implement the statutory exceptions in Nevada Revised Statute 288.155.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

3.04 CONSIDERATION OF APPROVAL OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE ZONING ADVISORY COMMITTEE TO MODIFY THE ATTENDANCE ZONE BOUNDARIES OF JESSIE HALL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL AND ALYCE TAYLOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, MOVING A PORTION OF STUDENTS WHO ATTEND ALYCE TAYLOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TO JESSIE HALL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, EFFECTIVE FOR THE 2020-21 SCHOOL YEAR

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees approves the recommendation of the Zoning Advisory Committee to Modify the attendance zone boundaries of Alyce Taylor Elementary School and Jesse Hall Elementary School, moving a portion of students who attend Alyce Taylor Elementary School to Jesse Hall Elementary School, effective for the 2020-21 School Year.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

3.05 CONSIDERATION OF APPROVAL OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE ZONING ADVISORY COMMITTEE TO ESTABLISH THE ATTENDANCE ZONE BOUNDARY FOR MARCE HERZ MIDDLE SCHOOL, AND MODIFY THE ATTENDANCE ZONE BOUNDARIES OF KENDYL DEPAOLI MIDDLE SCHOOL AND EDWARD L. PINE MIDDLE SCHOOL, MOVING STUDENTS WHO ATTEND TED HUNSBERGER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, ELIZABETH LENZ ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, PLEASANT VALLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, AND A PORTION OF STUDENTS WHO ATTEND BROWN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TO MARCE HERZ MIDDLE SCHOOL, EFFECTIVE FOR THE 2020-2021 SCHOOL YEAR

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees approves the recommendations of the Zoning Advisory Committee to establish new attendance zone boundaries for Marce Herz Middle School, moving students attending Ted Hunsberger Elementary School, Elizabeth Lenz Elementary School, Pleasant Valley Elementary School, and a portion of students who attend Brown Elementary School to the Marce Herz Middle School attendance zone boundary, effective for the 2020-21 School Year.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto

Nay: Jacqueline Calvert

3.06 CONSIDERATION OF APPROVAL OF THE RECOMMENDATION FROM THE ZONING ADVISORY COMMITTEE TO MODIFY THE ATTENDANCE ZONE BOUNDARIES FOR KENDYL DEPAOLI MIDDLE SCHOOL, EDWARD L. PINE MIDDLE SCHOOL, DARYL C. SWOPE MIDDLE SCHOOL, AND E. OTIS VAUGHN MIDDLE SCHOOL, MOVING STUDENTS WHO ATTEND EDWIN S. DODSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, DONNER SPRINGS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, HIDDEN VALLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, AND HUFFAKER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TO EDWARD L. PINE MIDDLE SCHOOL, EFFECTIVE FOR THE 2020-21 SCHOOL YEAR

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees approves the recommendations of the Zoning Advisory Committee to establish new attendance zone boundaries for Edward L. Pine Middle School, moving a portion of students who attend Caughlin Ranch Elementary School to Huffaker Elementary School, moving a portion of students who attend Hidden Valley Elementary School to Roger Corbett Elementary School, moving students attending Edwin S. Dodson Elementary School, Donner Springs Elementary School, Hidden Valley Elementary School, and Huffaker Elementary School to Edward L. Pine Middle School School, effective for the 2020-21 School Year.
Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

3.07 CONSIDERATION OF APPROVAL OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS FROM THE ZONING ADVISORY COMMITTEE TO MODIFY THE ATTENDANCE ZONE BOUNDARIES FOR CAUGHLIN RANCH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, ROGER CORBETT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, EDWIN S. DODSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, ECHO LODER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, HIDDEN VALLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, HUFFAKER ELEMENTARY, SMITHRIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, EDWARD L. PINE MIDDLE SCHOOL, AND E. OTIS VAUGHN MIDDLE SCHOOL, MOVING A PORTION OF STUDENTS WHO ATTEND CAUGHLIN RANCH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TO HUFFAKER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, A PORTION OF STUDENTS WHO ATTEND ROGER CORBETT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TO SMITHRIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, A PORTION OF STUDENTS WHO ATTEND EDWIN S. DODSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TO ROGER CORBETT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, A PORTION OF STUDENTS WHO ATTEND HIDDEN VALLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TO ROGER CORBETT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, A PORTION OF STUDENTS WHO ATTEND SMITHRIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TO EDWIN S. DODSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, A PORTION OF STUDENTS WHO ATTEND SMITHRIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TO ECHO LODER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, AND A PORTION OF STUDENTS WHO ATTEND EDWARD L. PINE MIDDLE SCHOOL TO E. OTIS VAUGHN MIDDLE SCHOOL, EFFECTIVE FOR THE 2020-21 SCHOOL YEAR

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees approves the recommendations of the Zoning Advisory Committee to establish new attendance zone boundaries for several elementary and middle schools as follows: moving a portion of students who attend Roger Corbett Elementary School to Smithridge Elementary School; moving a portion of students who attend Edwin S. Dodson Elementary School to Roger Corbett Elementary School; moving a portion of students who attend Smithridge Elementary School to Edwin S. Dodson Elementary School; moving a portion of students who attend Smithridge Elementary School to Echo Loder Elementary School; and moving a portion of students who attend Edward L. Pine Middle School to E. Otis Vaughn Middle School, effective for the 2020-21 School Year.
Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

3.08 CONSIDERATION OF APPROVAL OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS FROM THE ZONING ADVISORY COMMITTEE TO MODIFY THE ATTENDANCE ZONE BOUNDARIES FOR LIBBY BOOTH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, MOUNT ROSE K-8 SCHOOL, VETERAN’S MEMORIAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, ARCHIE CLAYTON MIDDLE SCHOOL, FRED TRANER MIDDLE SCHOOL, AND E. OTIS VAUGHN MIDDLE SCHOOL, MOVING A PORTION OF STUDENTS WHO ATTEND MOUNT ROSE K-8 SCHOOL TO LIBBY BOOTH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, A PORTION OF STUDENTS WHO ATTEND MOUNT ROSE K-8 SCHOOL TO VETERAN’S MEMORIAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, AND A PORTION OF STUDENTS FROM ARCHIE CLAYTON MIDDLE SCHOOL AND A PORTION OF STUDENTS FROM FRED TRANER MIDDLE SCHOOL, TO E. OTIS VAUGHN MIDDLE SCHOOL, EFFECTIVE FOR THE 2020-21 SCHOOL YEAR

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees approves the recommendations of the Zoning Advisory Committee to establish new attendance zone boundaries for several elementary and middle schools as follows: moving a portion of students from Mount Rose K-8 school to Libby Booth Elementary School, a portion of students who attend Mount Rose K-8 School to Veteran’s Memorial Elementary School, and a portion of students who attend Archie Clayton Middle School and a portion of students who attend Fred Traner Middle School to E. Otis Vaughn Middle School, effective for the 2020-21 School Year.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

3.09 CONSIDERATION OF APPROVAL OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS FROM THE ZONING ADVISORY COMMITTEE TO MODIFY THE ATTENDANCE ZONE BOUNDARIES FOR ARCHIE CLAYTON MIDDLE SCHOOL AND DARYL C. SWOPE MIDDLE SCHOOL, MOVING ALL STUDENTS WHO ATTEND HUNTER LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TO DARYL C. SWOPE MIDDLE SCHOOL, EFFECTIVE FOR THE 2020-21 SCHOOL YEAR

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees approves the recommendations of the Zoning Advisory Committee to establish new attendance zone boundaries for Archie Clayton Middle School and Daryl C. Swope Middle School, moving all students who attend Hunter Lake Elementary School to Daryl C. Swope Middle School, effective for the 2020-21 School Year.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

Special Meeting of the Board of Trustees, Budget Approval (May 28, 2019)

1.05 Action to Adopt the Agenda

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees approves the agenda as presented.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

2.01 PRESENTATION BY STAFF AND DISCUSSION BY THE BOARD REGARDING THE PUBLIC HEARING ON THE FISCAL YEAR 2019-20 TENTATIVE BUDGET; UPDATE ON THE STRUCTURAL BUDGET DEFICIT FOR THE GENERAL FUND; ADOPTION OF THE FISCAL YEAR 2019-20 FINAL BUDGET; AND DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO PROVIDE DIRECTION REGARDING THE BUDGET PROCESS

Motion & Voting

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Jacqueline Calvert

Nay: Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto

Washoe County Debt Management Commission (May 17, 2019)

5. Approval of the minutes for the DMC meetings of February 8, 2019 and February 15, 2019

YEA

8. Resolution concerning the submission to the Washoe County Debt Management Commission by the Washoe County School District of a proposal to issue general obligation bonds in the maximum principal amount of $200,000,000; and approving certain details in connection therewith.

YEA

9. Resolution concerning the submission to the Washoe County Debt Management Commission by the Washoe County School District of a proposal to issue general obligations (additionally secured by pledged revenues) in the maximum principal amount of $100,000,000; and approving certain details in connection therewith.

YEA

10. Pending legislation, AB 4 and AB 230, and any potential impact to the Debt Management Commission

YEA (Accept Report)

Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees (May 14, 2019)

1.05 Action to Adopt the Agenda

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees approves the agenda as presented.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

2.01 Approval of Consent Agenda Items 2.02 through 2.20

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees approves Consent Agenda Items 2.02 through 2.20.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

2.02 POSSIBLE ACTION TO PROVIDE FINAL APPROVAL TO THE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY 9065, BOARD OF TRUSTEES’ COMPENSATION AND EXPENSES, (FORMERLY “BOARD OF TRUSTEES’ TRAVEL AND OTHER EXPENSES”) WHICH ADDRESSES TRUSTEE COMPENSATION AND LIMITS TO EXPENSE BUDGETS FOR TRUSTEES WHOSE TERM ENDS HALFWAY THROUGH A FISCAL YEAR (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.03 APPROVAL OF THE GRANT APPLICATION TO THE NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION FOR TEACH NEVADA SCHOLARSHIPS FOR FISCAL YEAR 2020 IN THE AMOUNT OF $192,000 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.04 APPROVAL OF AWARD OF BID #094-11-03-19, LUBRICATION PRODUCTS, TO CARSON VALLEY OIL CO., IN THE ESTIMATED AMOUNT OF $65,473.31, HUNT & SONS, INC. IN THE ESTIMATED AMOUNT OF $23,415.38, PILOT THOMAS LOGISTICS IN THE ESTIMATED AMOUNT OF $34,570.03, AND SILVER STATE PETROLEUM IN THE ESTIMATED AMOUNT OF $30,199.11, FOR A TOTAL OF $153,657.83 FOR A TERM OF TWENTY-SIX (26) MONTHS BEGINNING MAY 15, 2019 AND ENDING JULY 14, 2021 WITH TWO (2) OPTIONAL ONE (1) YEAR RENEWALS (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.05 APPROVAL OF HIRING, PURSUANT TO NEVADA REVISED STATUTE 286.523, EMPLOYMENT OF RETIRED EMPLOYEE, FOR THE FOLLOWING SUBJECT AREA FOR WHICH A "CRITICAL LABOR SHORTAGE" EXISTS: SPECIAL EDUCATION; CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION; ENGLISH LEARNERS; SECONDARY MATH; SECONDARY SCIENCE; EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION; AND GUEST/SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.06 RATIFICATION FOR AWARD OF BID #63110C, ROOF REPLACEMENT AT EDWARD C. REED HIGH SCHOOL, TO D & D ROOFING AND SHEET METAL, INC. FOR $2,017,800 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.07 APPROVAL OF AWARD OF BID #054-13-04-19, FOR CERTAIN IRRIGATION REPAIR SERVICES, TO HARRIS LANDSCAPE AS THE PRIMARY SUPPLIER, SIGNATURE LANDSCAPES AS THE SECONDARY SUPPLIER, AND POWERHOUSE CONSTRUCTION AS THE TERTIARY SUPPLIER IN THE COMBINED ESTIMATED AMOUNT OF $164,784 FOR AN INITIAL TERM OF TWO (2) YEARS BEGINNING MAY 15, 2019 AND ENDING MAY 14, 2021 WITH THREE (3) OPTIONAL ONE (1) YEAR RENEWALS (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.08 APPROVAL OF AWARD BID #062-10-04-19, CERTAIN COPIER & DIGITAL DUPLICATOR SUPPLIES, TO FOWLER SERVICES, IN THE ESTIMATED AMOUNT OF $4,906.67, R&R TRADING, IN THE ESTIMATED AMOUNT OF $4,335.00, RAM DISCOUNT COMPUTER SUPPLIES IN THE ESTIMATED AMOUNT OF $75,503.67, AND TOSHIBA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS IN THE ESTIMATED AMOUNT OF $94,139.79 FOR A TOTAL OF $178,885.13 FOR A TERM OF TWENTY (20) MONTHS BEGINNING MAY 15, 2019 AND ENDING JANUARY 14, 2021 WITH TWO (2) OPTIONAL ONE (1) YEAR RENEWALS (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.09 APPROVAL OF THE PURCHASE OF FOUNTAS AND PINNELL LEVELED LITERACY INTERVENTION KITS TO SUPPORT READING INTERVENTION PROGRAMS IN GRADES K - 4 AS PART OF THE READ BY GRADE 3 PROGRAM IN THE AMOUNT OF $162,673 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.10 APPROVAL OF THE PURCHASE OF SCHOLASTIC K-3 CLASSROOM LIBRARY PACKS TO SUPPORT READING INTERVENTION PROGRAMS IN GRADES K - 3 AS PART OF THE READ BY GRADE 3 PROGRAM IN THE AMOUNT OF $224,968 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.11 AWARD OF BID #61160C, BUS LANE AND PARKING IMPROVEMENTS AT SUN VALLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, TO SPANISH SPRINGS CONSTRUCTION, INC. FOR $795,444 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.12 APPROVAL OF THE STATE COMPETITIVE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION (CTE) GRANT APPLICATION FOR WASHOE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT CTE PROGRAMS TO THE NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION FOR $581,090 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.13 APPROVAL OF A TWO-YEAR GRANT APPLICATION TO THE NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION’S GREAT TEACHING AND LEADING FUND FOR $1,275,874 TO PROVIDE CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR TEACHERS, ADMINISTRATORS, AND OTHER LICENSED EDUCATIONAL PERSONNEL, AS WELL AS ASSIST IN TEACHER AND PRINCIPAL RECRUITMENT AND RETENTION EFFORTS (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.14 APPROVAL OF A TWO-YEAR GRANT APPLICATION FROM NEVADA’S NORTHWEST REGIONAL PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM (NWRPDP) TO THE NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION’S GREAT TEACHING AND LEADING FUND FOR $1,106,307 TO PROVIDE CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR TEACHERS, ADMINISTRATORS, AND OTHER LICENSED EDUCATIONAL PERSONNEL (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.15 APPROVAL OF THE GRANT APPLICATION TO THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, THROUGH THE NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, FOR THE MCKINNEY-VENTO EDUCATION FOR HOMELESS CHILDREN AND YOUTH PROGRAM GRANT FOR SCHOOL YEAR 2019-20 FOR $150,000 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.16 APPROVAL OF THE GRANT APPLICATION TO THE NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION FOR THE SOCIAL WORKER IN SCHOOLS (CONTINUED FUNDING) GRANT PROGRAM FOR $1,428,340 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.17 APPROVAL OF THE GRANT APPLICATION TO THE NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, NEVADA READY PRE-KINDERGARTEN EDUCATION PROGRAM FOR $5,040,000 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.18 APPROVAL OF THE GRANT APPLICATION TO THE NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY, OFFICE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE TO PURCHASE EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT FOR THE WASHOE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT POLICE DEPARTMENT FOR $145,672 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.19 APPROVAL OF AWARD OF BID #054-09-04-19, CERTAIN CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, TO BRADY INDUSTRIES, IN THE ESTIMATED AMOUNT OF $102,819.80, CENTRAL SANITARY SUPPLY, IN THE ESTIMATED AMOUNT OF $41,216.15, CHAMPION CHEMICAL CO., IN THE ESTIMATED AMOUNT OF $4,464.00, CONSERV FLAG COMPANY, IN THE ESTIMATED AMOUNT OF $15,631.60, GENESIS II, INC., IN THE ESTIMATED AMOUNT OF $25,227.50, INLAND SUPPLY CO., IN THE ESTIMATED AMOUNT OF $137,130.30, PYRAMID SCHOOL PRODUCTS, IN THE ESTIMATED AMOUNT OF $16,832.90, SOUTHWEST SCHOOL & OFFICE SUPPLY, IN THE ESTIMATED AMOUNT OF $88,821.20, AND TAHOE SUPPLY CO., IN THE ESTIMATED AMOUNT OF $3,164.90 FOR A TOTAL OF $435,308.35 FOR A TERM OF TWO (2) YEARS BEGINNING MAY 15, 2019 AND ENDING MAY 14, 2021 WITH THREE (3) OPTIONAL ONE (1) YEAR RENEWALS (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.20 ACCEPTANCE OF THE “BUDGET TRANSFER REPORT 4/1/2019-4/30/2019” AND AUTHORIZATION TO RECORD BUDGET TRANSFERS BETWEEN FUNCTIONS OR PROGRAMS FOR A TOTAL AMOUNT OF $130,483,86 FOR THE PERIOD MARCH 1, 2019 THROUGH MARCH 31, 2019 IN THE OFFICIAL BOARD MINUTES AS REQUIRED BY NEVADA REVISED STATUTE 354.598005 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

3.02 CONSIDERATION OF APPROVAL OF SCHOOL MEAL BREAKFAST AND LUNCH PRICE INCREASES AS REQUIRED BY THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE WITH THE PROPOSED MEAL PRICE INCREASES ARE AS FOLLOWS: ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY STUDENT BREAKFAST FROM $1.75 TO $1.85; ELEMENTARY STUDENT LUNCH FROM $2.80 TO $2.90; SECONDARY STUDENT LUNCH FROM $3.05 TO $3.15

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees approves the required Meal Price Increases to meet United States Department of Agriculture regulations as follows: elementary and secondary school student breakfast from $1.75 to $1.85, elementary school student lunch from $2.80 to $2.90, and secondary school student lunch from $3.05 to $3.15.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

3.04 PRESENTATION, DISCUSSION, AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO APPROVE THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE TEXTBOOK ADVISORY COMMITTEE TO PURCHASE THE BENCHMARK ADVANCE ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS FOR GRADES K-1 IN THE APPROXIMATE AMOUNT OF $1,920,856

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees approves the recommendation of the Textbook Advisory Committee to purchase the Benchmark Advance English Language Arts Instructional Materials for Grades K-1 for approximately $1,920,856.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

3.05 DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO PROVIDE PRELIMINARY APPROVAL TO THE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY 4400, EQUAL OPPORTUNITY IN EMPLOYMENT, WHICH CLARIFIES LANGUAGE RELATED TO PROTECTED CLASSES AND ADDS LANGUAGE RELATED TO A DIVERSE WORK FORCE, AND INITIATE THE 13-DAY PUBLIC REVIEW AND COMMENT PERIOD

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees provides preliminary approval to the proposed revision of Board Policy 4400, Equal Opportunity in Employment (formerly Board Policy 4111), and initiates the 13-day public review and comment period.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Malena Raymond, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

3.06 DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO PROVIDE PRELIMINARY APPROVAL TO THE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY 7420, PERFORMANCE-BASED CONTRACTING (FORMERLY BOARD POLICY 7088), WHICH UPDATES THE POLICY FORMAT TO INCLUDE THE GUIDING PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES OF THE POLICY AND ADDS A SECTION TO DELEGATE RESPONSIBILITY FOR IMPLEMENTATION TO THE SUPERINTENDENT, AND INITIATE THE 13-DAY PUBLIC REVIEW AND COMMENT PERIOD 

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees provides preliminary approval to the proposed revision of Board Policy 7420, Performance-Based Contracting (formerly Board Policy 7088), and initiates the 13-day public review and comment period.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Malena Raymond, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

3.07 DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO PROVIDE PRELIMINARY APPROVAL TO THE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY 3265, EQUIPMENT AND PROPERTY, WHICH ADDS LANGUAGE RELATED TO ASSET MANAGEMENT AND REMOVES THE SPECIFIC DETAILS TO THE ASSOCIATED ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATION, AND INITIATE THE 13-DAY PUBLIC REVIEW AND COMMENT PERIOD

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees provides preliminary approval to the proposed revision of Board Policy 3265, Equipment and Property, and initiates the 13-day public review and comment period.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Malena Raymond, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

Board Policy Committee Meeting (May 7, 2019)

1.05 Action to adopt the Agenda

Motion & Voting

That the Board Policy Committee adopts the agenda as presented.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Angela Taylor, Scott Kelley, Malena Raymond, Katy Simon Holland, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert, Andrew Caudill

2.01 APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES OF THE BOARD POLICY COMMITTEE MEETING ON MARCH 5, 2019

Motion & Voting

that the Board Policy Committee approves the minutes of the meeting of the Board Policy Committee on March 6, 2018

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Angela Taylor, Scott Kelley, Malena Raymond, Katy Simon Holland, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert, Andrew Caudill

2.02 DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO RECOMMEND REVISIONS TO AND/OR FORWARD THE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY 4400, EQUAL OPPORTUNITY IN EMPLOYMENT, WHICH CLARIFIES LANGUAGE RELATED TO PROTECTED CLASSES AND ADDS LANGUAGE RELATED TO A DIVERSE WORK FORCE, TO A FUTURE REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES FOR CONSIDERATION OF PRELIMINARY APPROVAL

Motion & Voting

That the Board Policy Committee recommends forwarding the proposed revision of Board Policy 4400, Equal Opportunity in Employment (formerly Board Policy 4111), to a future meeting of the Board of Trustees for consideration of preliminary approval

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Angela Taylor, Scott Kelley, Malena Raymond, Katy Simon Holland, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert, Andrew Caudill

2.03 DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO RECOMMEND REVISIONS TO AND/OR FORWARD THE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY 7420, PERFORMANCE-BASED CONTRACTING (FORMERLY BOARD POLICY 7088), WHICH UPDATES THE POLICY FORMAT TO INCLUDE THE GUIDING PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES OF THE POLICY AND ADDS A SECTION TO DELEGATE RESPONSIBILITY FOR IMPLEMENTATION TO THE SUPERINTENDENT, TO A FUTURE REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES FOR CONSIDERATION OF PRELIMINARY APPROVAL

Motion & Voting

That the Board Policy Committee recommends forwarding the proposed adoption of Board Policy 7420, Performance-Based Contracting (formerly Board Policy 7088), to a future meeting of the Board of Trustees for consideration of preliminary approval

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Angela Taylor, Scott Kelley, Malena Raymond, Katy Simon Holland, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert, Andrew Caudill

2.04 DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO RECOMMEND REVISIONS TO AND/OR FORWARD THE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY 3320, PROCUREMENT (FORMERLY ENTITLED “PURCHASING PROCEDURES”), WHICH ADDS LANGUAGE DEFINING PROCUREMENT AND DELEGATING CERTAIN PROVISIONS RELATED TO PROCUREMENT PROCEDURES TO THE SUPERINTENDENT, TO A FUTURE REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES FOR CONSIDERATION OF PRELIMINARY APPROVAL

Motion & Voting

That the Board Policy Committee recommends forwarding the proposed adoption of Board Policy 3320, Procurement (formerly entitled, “Purchasing Procedures”), and/or provides additional recommendations for revision, to a future meeting of the Board of Trustees for consideration of preliminary approval

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Angela Taylor, Scott Kelley, Malena Raymond, Katy Simon Holland, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert, Andrew Caudill

2.05 DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO RECOMMEND REVISIONS TO AND/OR FORWARD THE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY 3265, EQUIPMENT AND PROPERTY, WHICH ADDS LANGUAGE RELATED TO ASSET MANAGEMENT AND REMOVES THE SPECIFIC DETAILS TO THE ASSOCIATED ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATION, TO A FUTURE REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES FOR CONSIDERATION OF PRELIMINARY APPROVAL 

Motion & Voting

That the Board Policy Committee recommends forwarding the proposed adoption of Board Policy 3265, Equipment and Property, and/or provides additional recommendations for revision, to a future meeting of the Board of Trustees for consideration of preliminary approval

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Angela Taylor, Scott Kelley, Malena Raymond, Katy Simon Holland, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert, Andrew Caudill

2.06 DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO RECOMMEND REVISIONS TO AND/OR FORWARD THE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY 7110, NAMING OF SCHOOLS, WHICH ADDS LANGUAGE TO CLARIFY THE PROCESS BY WHICH THE SCHOOL NAMING COMMITTEE MAY CONSIDER SCHOOL NAMES ALREADY RECOMMENDED TO THE BOARD, BUT NOT CHOSEN BY THE BOARD, FOR FUTURE SCHOOLS, TO A FUTURE REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES FOR CONSIDERATION OF PRELIMINARY APPROVAL 

Motion & Voting

That the Board Policy Committee recommends referring the proposed adoption of Board Policy 7110, Naming of Schools and Other District Facilities, back to staff for addition review and revision

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Angela Taylor, Scott Kelley, Malena Raymond, Katy Simon Holland, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert, Andrew Caudill

2.07 DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO RECOMMEND REVISIONS TO AND/OR FORWARD THE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY 9070, BOARD POLICY – ADOPTION AND REVISION, WHICH INCLUDES LANGUAGE RELATED TO SOLICITING PUBLIC INPUT INTO POLICIES AND PROPOSES A STANDARDIZED 4-YEAR REVIEW AND REVISION SCHEDULE FOR POLICIES, TO A FUTURE REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES FOR CONSIDERATION OF PRELIMINARY APPROVAL

Motion & Voting

That the Board Policy Committee refers the proposed revision of Board Policy 9070, Board Policy – Adoption and Revision, to staff for addition revision

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Angela Taylor, Scott Kelley, Malena Raymond, Katy Simon Holland, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert, Andrew Caudill

Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees (April 23, 2019)

1.05 Action to Adopt the Agenda

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees approves the agenda as presented.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

2.01 Approval of Consent Agenda Items 2.02 through 2.14

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees approves Consent Agenda Items 2.02 through 2.12 and 2.14.
Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

2.02 APPROVAL OF THE FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER GRANT APPLICATION TO JOIN TOGETHER NORTHERN NEVADA (JTNN) FOR STATE GENERAL FUND SUBSTANCE ABUSE PRIMARY PREVENTION PROGRAM (SAPP) FUNDING FOR $39,752 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.03 APPROVAL OF THE THREE-YEAR GRANT APPLICATION TO E.L. CORD FOUNDATION FROM WASHOE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT NUTRITION SERVICES FOR SCHOOL LUNCHES AT GERLACH K-12 FOR $48,600 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.04 APPROVAL OF THE GRANT APPLICATION TO THE NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, 21ST CENTURY COMMUNITY LEARNING CENTER (CCLC) COMPETITIVE SUPPLEMENTAL GRANT - COHORT 5 FOR $738,000 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.05 APPROVAL OF THE WASHOE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT DEPARTMENT OF COUNSELING GRANT APPLICATION TO JOIN TOGETHER NORTHERN NEVADA (JTNN) FOR STATE GENERAL FUND SUBSTANCE ABUSE PREVENTION PROGRAM (SAPP) FUNDING FOR $36,399 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.06 APPROVAL OF THE GRANT APPLICATION TO THE REGENTS SERVICE PROGRAM (RSP) FOR FISCAL YEAR 2020 THROUGH THE UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA, RENO FOR FUNDING FOR VOLUNTEER SERVICES FOR TUTORS AND MENTORS FOR $113,000 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.07 ACCEPTANCE OF THE “BUDGET TRANSFER REPORT 3/1/2019-3/31/2019” AND AUTHORIZATION TO RECORD BUDGET TRANSFERS BETWEEN FUNCTIONS OR PROGRAMS FOR A TOTAL AMOUNT OF $16,714.84 FOR THE PERIOD MARCH 1, 2019 THROUGH MARCH 31, 2019 IN THE OFFICIAL BOARD MINUTES AS REQUIRED BY NEVADA REVISED STATUTE 354.598005 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.08 APPROVAL OF CHANGE ORDER 1 TO NEESER CONSTRUCTION FOR THE REPLACEMENT OF ROOFTOP UNITS AT ELIZABETH LENZ ELEMENTARY SCHOOL IN THE AMOUNT OF $40,253.01 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.09 AWARD OF BID #63010A, RELOCATION OF PORTABLE CLASSROOM BUILDING FROM GEORGE WESTERGARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TO B.D. BILLINGHURST MIDDLE SCHOOL, TO SILVER KNOLLS ELECTRIC, INC. FOR $246,868 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.10 AWARD OF BID #63010B, RELOCATION OF PORTABLE CLASSROOM BUILDING FROM DOUBLE DIAMOND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TO ARCHIE CLAYTON MIDDLE SCHOOL, TO SILVER KNOLLS ELECTRIC, INC. FOR $244,882 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.11 AWARD OF BID #63010C, RELOCATION OF PORTABLE CLASSROOM BUILDING FROM JERRY WHITEHEAD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TO GEORGE L. DILWORTH MIDDLE SCHOOL, TO J SLASH B ENTERPRISES, INC. FOR $248,000 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.12 AWARD OF BID #63010D, RELOCATION OF PORTABLE CLASSROOM BUILDING FROM SUN VALLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TO NANCY GOMES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, TO BRUCE PURVES CONSTRUCTION, INC. FOR $235,688 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.14 CONSIDERATION OF APPROVAL FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 2018-2019 3rd QUARTER REPORT AND REQUESTS FOR VARIANCES RELATED TO THE PROVISIONS OF NEVADA REVISED STATUTE (NRS) 388.700-388.725, AS AMENDED BY SENATE BILL (SB) 544 ADOPTED DURING THE 2017 LEGISLATIVE SESSION, PERTAINING TO REDUCTION OF RATIO IN CERTAIN GRADES AND REQUEST FOR VARIANCE AND AUTHORIZATION TO FILE THE PLAN WITH THE STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.13 APPROVAL OF THE CONTRACT TO H&K ARCHITECTS/CUNINGHAM GROUP ARCHITECTURE IN THE AMOUNT OF $3,404,000 FOR THE CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS AND BIDDING PHASES OF THE ARCHITECTURAL/ENGINEERING DESIGN SERVICES FOR THE NEW WILDCREEK AREA HIGH SCHOOL 

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees approves the contract to H&K Architects/Cuningham Group Architecture in the amount of $3,404,000.00 for the architectural/engineering design services for the Construction Documents and Bidding phases of the new Wildcreek area high school.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Jacqueline Calvert

Nay: Ellen Minetto

3.01 DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO PROVIDE PRELIMINARY APPROVAL TO THE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY 9065, BOARD OF TRUSTEES’ COMPENSATION AND EXPENSES, (FORMERLY “BOARD OF TRUSTEES’ TRAVEL AND OTHER EXPENSES”) WHICH ADDRESSES TRUSTEE COMPENSATION AND LIMITS TO EXPENSE BUDGETS FOR TRUSTEES WHOSE TERM ENDS HALFWAY THROUGH A FISCAL YEAR; AND INITIATION OF THE 13-DAY PUBLIC REVIEW AND COMMENT PERIOD

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees provides preliminary approval to the proposed revision of Board Policy 9065, Board of Trustees’ Compensation and Expenses (formerly entitled, “Board of Trustees’ Travel and Other Expenses”); and initiates the 13-day public review and comment.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

3.02 CONSIDERATION OF ADOPTION OF WASHOE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD RESOLUTION 19-004, A RESOLUTION DIRECTING THAT NOTICE BE GIVEN TO THE DEBT MANAGEMENT COMMISSION REGARDING THE PROPOSED ISSUANCE OF UP TO $100 MILLION IN GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS (ADDITIONALLY SECURED WITH PLEDGED REVENUES), AND AUTHORIZING OFFICERS OF THE DISTRICT TO TAKE OTHER ACTIONS NECESSARY TO COMPLETE THE ISSUANCE AND RELATED MATTERS

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees adopts Board Resolution 19-004, A Resolution to notify the Debt Management Commission regarding the proposed issuance of up to $100 million in General Obligation Bonds, and authorizing officers of the District to take other actions necessary to complete the issuance and related matters.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

3.03 CONSIDERATION OF ADOPTION OF WASHOE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD RESOLUTION 19-005, A RESOLUTION DIRECTING THAT NOTICE BE GIVEN TO THE OVERSIGHT PANEL FOR SCHOOL FACILITIES AND THE DEBT MANAGEMENT COMMISSION REGARDING THE PROPOSED ISSUANCE OF UP TO $200 MILLION IN GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS, AUTHORIZING OFFICERS OF THE DISTRICT TO TAKE OTHER ACTIONS NECESSARY TO COMPLETE THE ISSUANCE AND RELATED MATTERS

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees adopts Washoe County School District Board Resolution 19-005, A Resolution to notify the Debt Management Commission and Oversight Panel for School Facilities regarding the proposed issuance of up to $200 million in General Obligation Bonds, and authorizing officers of the District to take other actions necessary to complete the issuance and related matters.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees (April 9, 2019)

1.05 Action to Adopt the Agenda

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees approves the agenda as presented.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

2.01 Approval of Consent Agenda Items 2.02 through 2.20

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees approves Consent Agenda Items 2.02 through 2.09 and 2.11 through 2.20.
Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

2.02 APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES OF THE JANUARY 29, 2019 REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.03 APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES OF THE FEBRUARY 12, 2019 REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.04 APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES OF THE FEBRUARY 26, 2019 REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.05 POSSIBLE ACTION TO PROVIDE FINAL APPROVAL TO THE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY 5000, STUDENT RECORDS AND INFORMATION, WHICH REVISES LANGUAGE DEFINING PERSONALLY IDENTIFIABLE INFORMATION (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.06 POSSIBLE ACTION TO PROVIDE FINAL APPROVAL TO THE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY 5450, RELEASE OF STUDENTS (FORMERLY BOARD POLICY 5040, RELEASE OF STUDENTS AND STUDENT INFORMATION), WHICH CLARIFIES LANGUAGE REGARDING TO WHOM A STUDENT MAY BE RELEASED DURING THE SCHOOL DAY OR AT A SCHOOL ACTIVITY (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.07 POSSIBLE ACTION TO PROVIDE FINAL APPROVAL TO THE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY 4214, DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE, WHICH ADDRESSES POSSESSION AND/OR USE OF ALCOHOL AND CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES BY STAFF ON DISTRICT PROPERTY AND/OR WHEN SUPERVISING STUDENTS AT DISTRICT ACTIVITIES (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.08 POSSIBLE ACTION TO PROVIDE FINAL APPROVAL TO THE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY 5100, STUDENT BEHAVIOR, WHICH ADDS LANGUAGE RELATED TO EQUITABLE PRACTICES AND POTENTIAL DISPROPORTIONALITY IN STUDENT DISCIPLINARY PRACTICES (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.09 POSSIBLE ACTION TO PROVIDE FINAL APPROVAL TO THE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY 6000, SHARED DECISION-MAKING, WHICH SPEAKS TO SEEKING INPUT FROM ADMINISTRATION, STAFF, STUDENTS, AND THE COMMUNITY IN MAKING INFORMED DECISIONS RELATIVE TO SCHOOLS AND THE DISTRICT (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.11 AWARD OF BID #16511E, REPLACEMENT OF ACOUSTICAL CEILING AT LEMMON VALLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, TO BRYCON CORPORATION FOR $203,451 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.12 AWARD OF BID #63110A, ROOF REPLACEMENT AT LOU MENDIVE MIDDLE SCHOOL, TO WESTERN SINGLE PLY FOR $710,000 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.13 APPROVAL OF INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT WITH THE CITY OF SPARKS IN THE AMOUNT OF APPROXIMATELY $100,000 FOR SHARED COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH A TRAFFIC AND PEDESTRIAN SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS ON BARING BOULEVARD DIRECTLY IN FRONT OF EDWARD C. REED HIGH SCHOOL (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.14 APPROVAL OF THE AGREEMENT TO PROVIDE PROFESSIONAL CONSULTANT SERVICES TO PETTY & ASSOCIATES FOR MECHANICAL AND PLUMBING RENOVATIONS AT VIRGINIA PALMER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL IN THE AMOUNT OF $172,500 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.15 AWARD OF BID #63160A, TRACK REPLACEMENT AT PROCTER R. HUG HIGH SCHOOL, TO A & K EARTH MOVERS, INC. FOR $344,000 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.16 AWARD OF REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP) #19-003, OPENING DAY LIBRARY BOOK COLLECTIONS & RELATED SET-UP SERVICES FOR NEW ELEMENTARY, MIDDLE, AND HIGH SCHOOLS WITHIN WASHOE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT (WCSD), TO MACKIN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES FOR AN INITIAL TERM OF TWENTY-EIGHT (28) MONTHS BEGINNING APRIL 10, 2019 AND EXPIRING AUGUST 9, 2021 IN THE ESTIMATED AMOUNT OF $800,000 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.17 APPROVAL, PURSUANT TO NEVADA REVISED STATUTE (NRS) 386.390 (ACCEPTANCE OF GIFTS BY BOARD OF TRUSTEES), OF INFORMATION REGARDING DONATIONS MADE BY THE WASHOE K-12 EDUCATION FOUNDATION, WHO HAS DONATED $100,000 OR MORE TO THE SCHOOL DISTRICT DURING FISCAL YEAR 2018-19 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.18 AUTHORIZATION TO MOVE FORWARD WITH BID #63110C, ROOF REPLACEMENT AT EDWARD C. REED HIGH SCHOOL, IN THE APPROXIMATE AMOUNT OF $1,725,000 WITH RATIFICATION OF THE AWARD OF THIS PROJECT AT A FUTURE BOARD MEETING (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.19 APPROVAL FOR THE ADDITION OF A CERTAIN DUAL CREDIT COURSE FOR WASHOE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT STUDENTS PURSUANT TO NEVADA REVISED STATUTE 389.160 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.20 CONSIDERATION OF APPROVAL OF THE ALTERNATIVE SCHEDULE FOR THE 2019-2020 SCHOOL YEAR AND AUTHORIZATION TO SUBMIT THE "APPLICATION TO OPERATE ON AN ALTERNATIVE SCHEDULE" TO THE NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.10 POSSIBLE ACTION TO PROVIDE FINAL APPROVAL TO THE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY 9065, BOARD OF TRUSTEES’ COMPENSATION AND EXPENSES, (FORMERLY “BOARD OF TRUSTEES’ TRAVEL AND OTHER EXPENSES”) WHICH ADDRESSES TRUSTEE COMPENSATION AND LIMITS TO EXPENSE BUDGETS FOR TRUSTEES WHOSE TERM ENDS HALFWAY THROUGH A FISCAL YEAR

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees amends Board Policy 9065, Section 5c, to include language related to returning equipment, technology, and certain supplies purchased with District funds upon completion of term in office, and requests the Policy return to the Board for re-consideration at a future meeting.
Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

4.02 PRESENTATION, DISCUSSION, AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO SELECT THE OFFICIAL NAME OF THE NEW MIDDLE SCHOOL IN SOUTH RENO FROM AMONG THE FOLLOWING, AS RECOMMENDED BY THE SCHOOL NAMING COMMITTEE: MARCE HERZ, ANN CARLSON, ARROWCREEK

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees selects Marce Herz Middle School as the official name of the new middle school in the Arrowcreek area of south Reno.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Jacqueline Calvert

Nay: Ellen Minetto

4.03 DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO CHANGE THE START TIME OF REGULAR MEETINGS OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees sets the start time of Regular Meetings of the Board of Trustees at 4:00 p.m. beginning July 1, 2019, and requests a review of the impact of changing the time, to include meeting times of other school districts and local governmental entities, in June 2020 for reconsideration.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto

Nay: Malena Raymond, Jacqueline Calvert

Budget Work Session (April 9, 2019)

1.05 Action to Adopt the Agenda

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees approves the agenda as presented.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

2.01 PRESENTATION BY STAFF AND DISCUSSION BY THE BOARD REGARDING THE FISCAL YEAR 2019-20 BUDGET FOR ALL DISTRICT FUNDS; UPDATE REGARDING THE STRUCTURAL BUDGET DEFICIT FOR THE GENERAL FUND; UPDATE OF BOARD BUDGET REQUESTS; DISCUSSION OF THE BUDGET TIMELINE; AND DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO APPROVE THE TENTATIVE BUDGET

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees accepts the "Option 1" recommendation from School Police to reduce overtime expenses and utilize roving officers for high school freshmen and junior varsity football and basketball games.
Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

The Board of Trustees does not consider any of the options presented by the Office of Student Services and the Department of Athletics and Activities regarding reductions related to high school and middle school athletic travel and programming.
Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

The Board of Trustees accepts the recommendations from Facilities Management to eliminate 2.5 elementary school custodians, 1 middle school custodian, .5 administrative custodian, and a 2% budget reduction to the custodial supply warehouse.
Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

The Board of Trustees approves an increase in the per student athletic and activities transportation fee to $10 for middle school students and $50 for high school students and directs the Superintendent to look at methods to improve the collection rate for the transportation fees.
Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

The Board of Trustees accepts the 20% budget reduction recommendation from the Office of School Leadership to reduce the four area superintendents' budgets for schools.
Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

The Board of Trustees approves the tentative budget for the 2020 Fiscal Year to include a 3% cost of living increase for all staff and a projected deficit of $17.76 million.
Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees (March 12, 2019)

1.05 Action to Adopt the Agenda

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees approves the agenda as presented.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

2.01 Approval of Consent Agenda Items 2.02 through 2.20

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees approves Consent Agenda Items 2.02 through 2.03 and 2.05 through 2.19.
Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

2.02 POSSIBLE ACTION TO PROVIDE FINAL APPROVAL TO THE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY 5105, STUDENT UNIFORMS – ADOPTION OF A SITE-BASED POLICY, WHICH ADDS LANGUAGE RELATED TO THE PURPOSE OF UNIFORMS AND TO GIVE DISCRETION TO THE SCHOOL PRINCIPAL RELATED TO FREE DRESS DAYS (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.03 POSSIBLE ACTION TO PROVIDE FINAL APPROVAL TO THE PROPOSED ADOPTION OF BOARD POLICY 6525, GIFTED AND TALENTED EDUCATION, WHICH SPEAKS TO PROVIDING EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMING FOR STUDENTS CAPABLE OF PERFORMING AT SIGNIFICANTLY ADVANCED ACADEMIC LEVELS (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.05 POSSIBLE ACTION TO PROVIDE FINAL APPROVAL TO THE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY 9210, EQUITY AND DIVERSITY, WHICH REVISES LANGUAGE RELATED TO THE EQUITY TASK FORCE AND GATHERING COMMUNITY INPUT RELATED TO THE DIVERSE COMMUNITIES OF WASHOE COUNTY (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.06 POSSIBLE ACTION TO PROVIDE FINAL APPROVAL TO THE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY 7620, RECORDS MANAGEMENT, (FORMERLY "DOCUMENT AND RECORDS MANAGEMENT) WHICH REVISES LANGUAGE RELATED TO THE PROCESS OF DOCUMENT RETENTION AND DESTRUCTION WHEN THOSE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT STUDENT RECORDS (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.07 ACCEPTANCE OF THE INITIAL FOLLOW-UP OF THE NUTRITION SERVICES – UNPAID BALANCES AND COMMUNITY ELIGIBILITY AUDIT AS RECOMMENDED BY THE AUDIT COMMITTEE (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.08 ACCEPTANCE OF THE ANNUAL FOLLOW-UP OF THE PROPERTY CONTROL AUDIT AS RECOMMENDED BY THE AUDIT COMMITTEE (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.09 ACCEPTANCE OF THE INTERNAL AUDIT DEPARTMENT’S ANNUAL SELF-ASSESSMENT AS RECOMMENDED BY THE AUDIT COMMITTEE (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.10 APPROVAL OF THE USE OF THE ASSOCIATION OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT AUDITORS’ PEER REVIEW SERVICES FOR THE NEXT EXTERNAL QUALITY ASSESSMENT REVIEW OF THE INTERNAL AUDIT DEPARTMENT, AS RECOMMENDED BY THE AUDIT COMMITTEE (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.11 APPROVAL OF THE RENEWAL OF THE FOLLETT DESTINY SCHOOL LIBRARY AND TEXTBOOK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR THE 2019-2020 SCHOOL YEAR IN THE APPROXIMATE AMOUNT OF $111,223.04 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.12 APPROVAL OF PROFESSIONAL INDEPENDENT COST ESTIMATING SERVICES AGREEMENT WITH O’CONNOR CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT, INCORPORATED IN THE AMOUNT OF $170,000 FOR MARKET ANALYSIS, COST ESTIMATING AND CONTRACTOR RECONCILIATION SERVICES FOR THE NEW HIGH SCHOOL AT WILDCREEK PER THE PREVIOUSLY APPROVED 2017/2018 “A” MAJOR PROJECTS PROGRAM (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.13 APPROVAL OF CHANGE ORDER FOR PROFESSIONAL CONSULTANT SERVICES TO NOVA GEOTECHNICAL AND INSPECTION SERVICES FOR MATERIALS TESTING AND SPECIAL INSPECTION FOR THE DESERT SKIES MIDDLE SCHOOL IN THE AMOUNT OF $49,783 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.14 ACCEPTANCE OF THE “BUDGET TRANSFER REPORT 2/1/2019-2/28/2019” AND AUTHORIZATION TO RECORD BUDGET TRANSFERS BETWEEN FUNCTIONS OR PROGRAMS FOR A TOTAL AMOUNT OF $1,127.87 FOR THE PERIOD FEBRUARY 1, 2019 THROUGH FEBRUARY 28, 2019 IN THE OFFICIAL BOARD MINUTES AS REQUIRED BY NEVADA REVISED STATUTE 354.598005 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.15 APPROVAL OF AWARD OF CERTAIN MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, BID #059-08-02-19, TO ABSOLUTE MUSIC IN THE ESTIMATED ANNUAL AMOUNT OF $637.92, ALAMO MUSIC CENTER IN THE ESTIMATED ANNUAL AMOUNT OF $18,669.00, B&H PHOTO VIDEO IN THE ESTIMATED AMOUNT OF $12,041.80, BELL FLOWER MUSIC IN THE ESTIMATED AMOUNT OF $5,640.00, DÉCOR MUSIC INC. IN THE ESTIMATED AMOUNT OF $21,479.40, MIDWEST MUSICAL IMPORTS IN THE ESTIMATED AMOUNT OF $57,376.00, MUSIC & ARTS CENTER IN THE ESTIMATED AMOUNT OF $151,849.00, PERCUSSION SOURCE IN THE ESTIMATED AMOUNT OF $16,209.19, PERIPOLE INC. IN THE ESTIMATED AMOUNT OF $472.95, SHAR PRODUCTS COMPANY IN THE ESTIMATED AMOUNT OF $136,040.00, TAYLOR MUSIC IN THE ESTIMATED AMOUNT OF $129,957.88 AND WASHINGTON MUSIC CENTER IN THE ESTIMATED AMOUNT OF $87,953.24, FOR A TOTAL OF $638,326.38 FOR A TERM OF TWO (2) YEARS BEGINNING MARCH 13, 2019 AND ENDING MARCH 12, 2021 WITH ONE (1) OPTIONAL TWO (2) YEAR RENEWAL (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.16 CONSIDERATION OF APPROVAL OF A DECLARATION OF INTENT PURSUANT TO NEVADA REVISED STATUTE (NRS) 332.185 TO DISPOSE OF SURPLUS PERSONAL PROPERTY OF THE DISTRICT THAT IS NO LONGER REQUIRED FOR PUBLIC USE, AS BEING DESIRABLE AND IN THE BEST INTERESTS OF THE DISTRICT (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.17 AWARD OF BID #18140B, AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT (ADA) UPGRADES AT ROBERT MCQUEEN HIGH SCHOOL, TO BRUCE PURVES CONSTRUCTION, INC. FOR $916,229 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.18 APPROVAL OF THE ANNUAL MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT WITH CANON SOLUTIONS OF AMERICA, INC. FOR FOUR (4) BLACK & WHITE COPIERS IN THE ESTIMATED AMOUNT OF $195,000 BEGINNING APRIL 1, 2019 AND ENDING MARCH 31, 2020 AND THE ANNUAL MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT WITH CANON SOLUTIONS OF AMERICAN, INC. FOR TWO (2) COLOR COPIERS BEGINNING APRIL 1, 2019 AND ENDING MARCH 31, 2020 IN THE ESTIMATED AMOUNT OF $72,000 – FOR A TOTAL ESTIMATED ANNUAL COST OF $267,000 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.19 POSSIBLE ACTION TO APPROVE THE RENEWAL OF MEMBERSHIP TO THE OTHER POST-EMPLOYMENT BENEFITS (OPEB) TRUSTEES COMMITTEE FOR TERMS ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2020 FOR CURRENT MEMBERS TOM MARSHALL AND DANNY KITTS (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.04 POSSIBLE ACTION TO PROVIDE FINAL APPROVAL TO THE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY 7505, DISTRICT VEHICLES (FORMERLY ENTITLED, “USE OF DISTRICT VEHICLES”), WHICH INCLUDES LANGUAGE RELATED TO THE USE AND MAINTENANCE OF DISTRICT-OWNED VEHICLES TO INCLUDE SCHOOL BUSES, AND THE PROPOSED DELETION OF BOARD POLICY 7510, SCHOOL BUS REPLACEMENT, WHICH BECOMES REDUNDANT

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees provides final approval to the proposed revision of Board Policy 7505, District Vehicles (formerly “Use of District Vehicles), with the addition of the word "only" to section 1(a), and the proposed deletion of Board Policy 7510, School Bus Replacement

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

2.20 POSSIBLE ACTION TO APPROVE THE APPOINTMENT OF SARA KISER IN THE PARENT/GUARDIAN CATEGORY OF THE SEXUALITY, HEALTH AND RESPONSIBILITY EDUCATION (S.H.A.R.E.) ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR THE COMPLETION OF THE CURRENT TERM ENDING JUNE 30, 2019

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees approves the appointment of Sara Kiser as a parent/guardian representative to the Sexuality, Health and Responsibility Advisory Committee for the completion of the current term ending June 30, 2019.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

Nay: Andrew Caudill

5.01 DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO PROVIDE PRELIMINARY APPROVAL TO THE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY 5000, STUDENT RECORDS AND INFORMATION, WHICH REVISES LANGUAGE DEFINING PERSONALLY IDENTIFIABLE INFORMATION; AND INITIATE THE 13-DAY PUBLIC REVIEW AND COMMENT PERIOD

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees provides preliminary approval to the proposed revision of Board Policy 5000, Student Records, and initiates the 13-day public comment period

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

5.02 DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO PROVIDE PRELIMINARY APPROVAL TO THE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY 5450, RELEASE OF STUDENTS (FORMERLY BOARD POLICY 5040, RELEASE OF STUDENTS AND STUDENT INFORMATION), WHICH CLARIFIES LANGUAGE REGARDING TO WHOM A STUDENT MAY BE RELEASED DURING THE SCHOOL DAY OR AT A SCHOOL ACTIVITY; AND INITIATE THE 13-DAY PUBLIC REVIEW AND COMMENT PERIOD

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees provides preliminary approval to the proposed revision of Board Policy 5450, Release of Students (formerly Board Policy 5040, Release of Students and Student Information), and initiates the 13-day public review and comment period

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

5.03 DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO PROVIDE PRELIMINARY APPROVAL TO THE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY 4214, DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE, WHICH ADDRESSES POSSESSION AND/OR USE OF ALCOHOL AND CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES BY STAFF ON DISTRICT PROPERTY AND/OR WHEN SUPERVISING STUDENTS AT DISTRICT ACTIVITIES; AND INITIATE THE 13-DAY PUBLIC REVIEW AND COMMENT PERIOD

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees provides preliminary approval to the proposed revision of Board Policy 4214, Drug-Free Workplace, and initiates the 13-day public review and comment period

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

5.04 DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO PROVIDE PRELIMINARY APPROVAL TO THE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY 5100, STUDENT BEHAVIOR, WHICH ADDS LANGUAGE RELATED TO EQUITABLE PRACTICES AND POTENTIAL DIS PROPORTIONALITY IN STUDENT DISCIPLINARY PRACTICES; AND INITIATE THE 13-DAY PUBLIC REVIEW AND COMMENT PERIOD

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees provides preliminary approval to the proposed revision of Board Policy 5100, Student Behavior, and initiates the 13-day public review and comment period

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

5.05 DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO PROVIDE PRELIMINARY APPROVAL TO THE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY 6000, SHARED DECISION-MAKING, WHICH SPEAKS TO SEEKING INPUT FROM ADMINISTRATION, STAFF, STUDENTS, AND THE COMMUNITY IN MAKING INFORMED DECISIONS RELATIVE TO SCHOOLS AND THE DISTRICT; AND INITIATE THE 13-DAY PUBLIC REVIEW AND COMMENT PERIOD

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees provides preliminary approval to the proposed revision of Board Policy 6000, Shared Decision-Making, and initiates the 13-day public review and comment period

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

5.06 DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO PROVIDE PRELIMINARY APPROVAL TO THE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY 9065, BOARD OF TRUSTEES’ COMPENSATION AND EXPENSES, (FORMERLY “BOARD OF TRUSTEES’ TRAVEL AND OTHER EXPENSES”) WHICH ADDRESSES TRUSTEE COMPENSATION AND LIMITS TO EXPENSE BUDGETS FOR TRUSTEES WHOSE TERM ENDS HALFWAY THROUGH A FISCAL YEAR; AND INITIATE THE 13-DAY PUBLIC REVIEW AND COMMENT PERIOD

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees provides preliminary approval to the proposed revision of Board Policy 9065, Board of Trustees’ Compensation and Expenses (formerly entitled, “Board of Trustees’ Travel and Other Expenses”), and initiates the 13-day public review and comment period

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

5.08 PRESENTATION AND POSSIBLE ACTION ON THE NAMING REQUEST FOR THE NEW JUNIOR RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS (JROTC) HEADQUARTERS TO BECOME “CSM ALBIN LEADERSHIP CENTER” IN HONOR OF COMMAND SERGEANT MAJOR, LEE ALBIN

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees approves the naming of the new Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps (JROTC) Headquarters as “CSM Albin Leadership Center” in honor of Command Sergeant Major Lee Albin.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

5.09 DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION ON THE RECOMMENDATION OF STAFF TO PROVIDE A ONE-TIME INCENTIVE IN THE AMOUNT OF $250 TO GUEST TEACHERS (SUBSTITUTES) WHO WORK A MINIMUM OF TWENTY-FIVE (25) FULL DAY EQUIVALENT ASSIGNMENTS BETWEEN MARCH 13, 2019 AND JUNE 7, 2019, UP TO A MAXIMUM AMOUNT OF $182,250 IN INCENTIVES

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees approves the request to provide a one-time incentive in the amount of $250 to Guest Teachers (Substitutes) who work a minimum of twenty-five (25) full day equivalent assignments between March 13, 2019 and June 7, 2019, up to a maximum of $182,250 in incentives.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

5.10 POSSIBLE ACTION TO AWARD BID #11163A, CONSTRUCTION OF KILEY RANCH (JOHN C BOHACH) ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, TO Q & D CONSTRUCTION FOR $34,990,000

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees awards Bid #11163A, Construction of Kiley Ranch (John C Bohach) Elementary School, to Q & D Construction for $34,990,000.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

Board Policy Committee Meeting (March 5, 2019)

1.04 Action to adopt the Agenda

Motion & Voting

that the bot approves the agenda

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Angela Taylor, Scott Kelley, Malena Raymond, Katy Simon Holland, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert, Andrew Caudill

2.01 APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES OF THE BOARD POLICY COMMITTEE MEETING ON FEBRUARY 5, 2019

Motion & Voting

that the Board Policy Committee approves the minutes of the meeting of the Board Policy Committee on June 6, 2018

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Angela Taylor, Scott Kelley, Malena Raymond, Katy Simon Holland, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert, Andrew Caudill

2.02 DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO RECOMMEND REVISIONS TO AND/OR FORWARD THE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY 4400, EQUAL OPPORTUNITY IN EMPLOYMENT (FORMERLY BOARD POLCY 4111), WHICH REVISES AND CLARIFIES LANGUAGE RELATED TO ANTI-DISCRIMINATION LAWS FOR APPLICANTS FOR EMPLOYMENT AND CURRENT EMPLOYEES, TO A FUTURE REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES FOR CONSIDERATION OF PRELIMINARY APPROVAL

Motion & Voting

That the Board Policy Committee directs staff to return policy
Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Angela Taylor, Scott Kelley, Malena Raymond, Katy Simon Holland, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert, Andrew Caudill

2.03 DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO RECOMMEND REVISIONS TO AND/OR FORWARD THE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY 4214, DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE, WHICH ADDRESSES POSSESSION AND/OR USE OF ALCOHOL AND CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES BY STAFF ON DISTRICT PROPERTY AND/OR WHEN SUPERVISING STUDENTS AT DISTRICT ACTIVITIES, TO A FUTURE REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES FOR CONSIDERATION OF PRELIMINARY APPROVAL

Motion & Voting

That the Board Policy Committee forwards the proposed revision of Board Policy 4214, Drug-Free Workplace, with recommended changes, to a future meeting of the Board of Trustees for consideration of preliminary approval

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Angela Taylor, Scott Kelley, Malena Raymond, Katy Simon Holland, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert, Andrew Caudill

2.04 DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO RECOMMEND REVISIONS TO AND/OR FORWARD THE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY 5100, STUDENT BEHAVIOR, WHICH ADDS LANGUAGE RELATED TO EQUITABLE PRACTICES AND POTENTIAL DISPROPORTIONALITY IN STUDENT DISCIPLINARY PRACTICES, TO A FUTURE REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES FOR CONSIDERATION OF PRELIMINARY APPROVAL

Motion & Voting

That the Board Policy Committee recommends forwarding the proposed revision of Board Policy 5100, Student Behavior, WITH CHANGES, to a future meeting of the Board of Trustees for consideration of preliminary approval

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Angela Taylor, Scott Kelley, Malena Raymond, Katy Simon Holland, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert, Andrew Caudill

2.05 DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO RECOMMEND REVISIONS TO AND/OR FORWARD THE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY 6000, SHARED DECISION-MAKING, WHICH SPEAKS TO SEEKING INPUT FROM ADMINISTRATION, STAFF, STUDENTS, AND THE COMMUNITY IN MAKING INFORMED DECISIONS RELATIVE TO SCHOOLS AND THE DISTRICT, TO A FUTURE REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES FOR CONSIDERATION OF PRELIMINARY APPROVAL

Motion & Voting

That the Board Policy Committee recommends forwarding the proposed revision of Board Policy 6000, Shared Decision-Making, with any additional revisions, to a future meeting of the Board of Trustees for consideration of preliminary approval

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Angela Taylor, Scott Kelley, Malena Raymond, Katy Simon Holland, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert, Andrew Caudill

2.06 DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO RECOMMEND REVISIONS TO AND/OR FORWARD THE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY 5450, RELEASE OF STUDENTS (FORMERLY BOARD POLICY 5040), WHICH CLARIFIES LANGUAGE REGARDING TO WHOM A STUDENT MAY BE RELEASED DURING THE SCHOOL DAY OR AT A SCHOOL ACTIVITY, TO A FUTURE REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES FOR CONSIDERATION OF PRELIMINARY APPROVAL

Motion & Voting

That the Board Policy Committee recommends forwarding the proposed revision of Board Policy 5450, Release of Students (formerly Board Policy 5040, Release of Students and Student Information), with any additional revisions, to a future meeting of the Board of Trustees for consideration of preliminary approval

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Angela Taylor, Scott Kelley, Malena Raymond, Katy Simon Holland, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert, Andrew Caudill

2.07 DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO RECOMMEND REVISIONS TO AND/OR FORWARD THE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY 9065, BOARD OF TRUSTEES’ COMPENSATION AND EXPENSES, (FORMERLY “BOARD OF TRUSTEES’ TRAVEL AND OTHER EXPENSES”) WHICH ADDRESSES TRUSTEE COMPENSATION AND LIMITS TO EXPENSE BUDGETS FOR TRUSTEES WHOSE TERM ENDS HALFWAY THROUGH A FISCAL YEAR, TO A FUTURE REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES FOR CONSIDERATION OF PRELIMINARY APPROVAL

Motion & Voting

That the Board Policy Committee recommends forwarding the proposed revision of Board Policy 9065, Board of Trustees’ Compensation and Expenses (formerly entitled, “Board of Trustees’ Travel and Other Expenses”), to a future meeting of the Board of Trustees for consideration of preliminary approval

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Angela Taylor, Scott Kelley, Malena Raymond, Katy Simon Holland, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert, Andrew Caudill

Budget Work Session (February 26, 2019)

1.05 Action to Adopt the Agenda 

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees approves the agenda as presented.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

Not Present at Vote: Malena Raymond

Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees (February 26, 2019)

1.05 Action to Adopt the Agenda

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees approves the agenda as presented.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

2.01 Approval of Consent Agenda Items 2.02 through 2.11 

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees approves Consent Agenda Items 2.02 through 2.11.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

2.02 APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES OF THE JANUARY 15, 2019 REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.03 APPROVAL OF THE PURCHASE OF AIMSWEBPLUS STUDENT LICENSES THROUGH NCS PEARSON, INC. FOR A ONE (1) YEAR TERM BEGINNING AUGUST 1, 2018, ENDING JUNE 30,2019, AND NOT TO EXCEED $175,000 AND APPROVAL OF THE AIMSWEBPLUS SUBSCRIPTION AND USER LICENSE AGREEMENT (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.04 APPROVAL OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF AWARD FOR REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS (RFQS) #002-19, ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION OF HIGH SCHOOLS, MIDDLE SCHOOLS, ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS AND ADMINISTRATION FACILITIES, CAPITAL RENEWAL, REVITALIZATION AND MODERNIZATION OF EXISTING ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS, MIDDLE SCHOOLS, AND HIGH SCHOOLS, AND SUPPORT FACILITIES WITHIN WASHOE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT, TO AINSWORTH & ASSOCIATES MECHANICAL ENGINEERS, BJG ARCHITECTURE & ENGINEERING, BLACK EAGLE CONSULTING, BROADBENT & ASSOCIATES, INC., CFA, INC., CFBR STRUCTURAL GROUP LLC, CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS ENGINEERS, INC., CR ENGINEERING, DYER ENGINEERING CONSULTANTS, INC., ETCHEMENDY ENGINEERING, INC., HYYTINEN ENGINEERING LLC, JK ARCHITECTURE ENGINEERING, KIMLEY-HORN, LUMOS & ASSOCIATES, MANHARD CONSULTING, MSA ENGINEERING CONSULTANTS, NCE ENGINEERING & ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES, NOVA GEOTECHNICAL & INSPECTION SERVICES, ODYSSEY ENGINEERING, INC., PETTY ASSOCIATES, INC., PK ELECTRICAL, INC., POGGEMEYER DESIGN GROUP, RENO TAHOE GEO ASSOCIATES, INC., SHAW ENGINEERING, SOLAEGUI ENGINEERS LTD., STANTEC CONSULTING SERVICES, INC., TRAFFIC WORKS LLC, AND WOOD RODGERS, INC. (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.05 CONSIDERATION OF RENEWAL OF THE CONTRACT WITH SCHOOL SAFETY ADVOCACY COUNCIL FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES RELATED TO SCHOOL SAFETY AND SUSTAINABLE INITIATIVES FOR SCHOOL SAFETY BEGINNING APRIL 13, 2019 AND ENDING APRIL 12, 2018 IN THE AMOUNT OF $115,000 AS RECOMMENDED BY THE SAFE AND HEALTHY SCHOOLS COMMISSION (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.06 AWARD OF BID #63185A, SINGLE POINT OF ENTRY, TO REYMAN BOTHERS CONSTRUCTION, INC. AT DOUBLE DIAMOND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL IN THE AMOUNT OF $152,869; AT JESSE HALL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL IN THE AMOUNT OF $87,369; AT ROLLAN MELTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL IN THE AMOUNT OF $149,369; AT MIGUEL SEPULVEDA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL IN THE AMOUNT OF $90,369; AT EDWARD VAN GORDER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL IN THE AMOUNT OF $163,169; AT BUD BEASELY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL IN THE AMOUNT OF $161,069; AT DONNER SPRINGS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL IN THE AMOUNT OF $161,469; AT TED HUNSBERGER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL IN THE AMOUNT OF $150,769; AT SPANISH SPRINGS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL IN THE AMOUNT OF $151,069; AND SARAH WINNEMUCCA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL IN THE AMOUNT OF $161,069 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.07 APPROVAL TO PURCHASE ONE (1) ADDITIONAL NEW SCHOOL BUS THROUGH JOINDER UTAH STATE CONTRACT #MA812 FROM BRYSON SALES IN THE ESTIMATED AMOUNT OF $152,630.03 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.08 AWARD OF BID #63165A, REPLACEMENT OF ROOFTOP UNITS AT EDWIN DODSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, TO REYMAN BROTHERS CONSTRUCTION, INC. FOR $2,510,997 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.09 ADOPTION OF WASHOE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD RESOLUTION 19-003, A RESOLUTION TO RENAME FUND 30, FUND 33, FUND 34, FUND 45, FUND 49, AND FUND 79 FOR THE PURPOSES OF CORRECTING THE BOND ISSUE NAME ON FOUR BOND FUNDS, PREPARING TO USE ONE DORMANT BOND FUND FOR FUTURE USE, AND TO CHANGE THE NAME OF ONE SPECIAL REVENUE FUND TO PROVIDE A MORE ACCURATE DESCRIPTION OF THE PURPOSE OF THE FUND, AND APPROVAL TO FILE THE RESOLUTION WITH THE NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF TAXATION (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.10 APPROVAL OF THE GUARANTEED MAXIMUM PRICE (GMP) #2 FROM CLARK/SULLIVAN CONSTRUCTION AS THE CONSTRUCTION MANAGER AT RISK (CMAR) FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF CONSTRUCTION FOR NUTRITION SERVICES CENTER EXPANSION PROJECT, CMAR #61210A, IN THE AMOUNT OF $1,068,770.00 TO SUPPLY AND INSTALL FOOD SERVICE EQUIPMENT (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.11 POSSIBLE ACTION TO ACCEPT THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE AUDIT COMMITTEE AND APPROVE THE SELECTION OF RON REIGLE FOR MEMBERSHIP TO THE AUDIT COMMITTEE FOR A TERM ENDING JUNE 30, 2021 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

3.01 DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO PROVIDE PRELIMINARY APPROVAL TO THE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY 5105, STUDENT UNIFORMS – ADOPTION OF A SITE-BASED POLICY, WHICH ADDS LANGUAGE RELATED TO THE PURPOSE OF UNIFORMS AND TO GIVE DISCRETION TO THE SCHOOL PRINCIPAL RELATED TO FREE DRESS DAYS; AND INITIATE THE 13-DAY PUBLIC REVIEW AND COMMENT PERIOD

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees provides preliminary approval to the proposed revision of Board Policy 5105, Student Uniforms – Adoption of a Site-Based Policy, and initiates the 13-day public comment period

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

3.02 DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO PROVIDE PRELIMINARY APPROVAL TO THE PROPOSED ADOPTION OF BOARD POLICY 6525, GIFTED AND TALENTED EDUCATION, WHICH SPEAKS TO PROVIDING EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMING FOR STUDENTS CAPABLE OF PERFORMING AT SIGNIFICANTLY ADVANCED ACADEMIC LEVELS; AND INITIATE THE 13-DAY PUBLIC REVIEW AND COMMENT PERIOD 

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees provides preliminary approval to the proposed adoption of Board Policy 6525, Gifted and Talented Education, and initiates the 13-day public comment period

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

3.03 DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO PROVIDE PRELIMINARY APPROVAL TO THE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY 9210, EQUITY AND DIVERSITY, WHICH REVISES LANGUAGE RELATED TO THE EQUITY TASK FORCE AND GATHERING COMMUNITY INPUT RELATED TO THE DIVERSE COMMUNITIES OF WASHOE COUNTY; AND INITIATE THE 13-DAY PUBLIC REVIEW AND COMMENT PERIOD

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees provides preliminary approval to the proposed revision of Board Policy 9210, Equity and Diversity, and initiates the 13-day public comment period

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

3.04 DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO PROVIDE PRELIMINARY APPROVAL TO THE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY 7505, DISTRICT VEHICLES (FORMERLY ENTITLED, “USE OF DISTRICT VEHICLES”), WHICH INCLUDES LANGUAGE RELATED TO THE USE AND MAINTENANCE OF DISTRICT-OWNED VEHICLES TO INCLUDE SCHOOL BUSES, AND THE PROPOSED DELETION OF BOARD POLICY 7510, SCHOOL BUS REPLACEMENT, WHICH BECOMES REDUNDANT; AND INITIATE THE 13-DAY PUBLIC REVIEW AND COMMENT PERIOD

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees provides preliminary approval to the proposed revision of Board Policy 7505, District Vehicles (formerly “Use of District Vehicles), and the proposed deletion of Board Policy 7510, School Bus Replacement, and initiates the 13-day public comment period

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

3.05 DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO PROVIDE PRELIMINARY APPROVAL TO THE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY 5000, STUDENT RECORDS AND INFORMATION, WHICH REVISES LANGUAGE DEFINING PERSONALLY IDENTIFIABLE INFORMATION; AND INITIATE THE 13-DAY PUBLIC REVIEW AND COMMENT PERIOD

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees amends the draft to include information on what a third party vendor is and where to find the list of vendors in the definition section, consistent with FERPA, to the proposed revision of Board Policy 5000, Student Records, and requests the draft return to the Board at a future meeting.
Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

3.06 DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO PROVIDE PRELIMINARY APPROVAL TO THE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY 7620, RECORDS MANAGEMENT, (FORMERLY "DOCUMENT AND RECORDS MANAGEMENT) WHICH REVISES LANGUAGE RELATED TO THE PROCESS OF DOCUMENT RETENTION AND DESTRUCTION WHEN THOSE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT STUDENT RECORDS; AND INITIATE THE 13-DAY PUBLIC REVIEW AND COMMENT PERIOD

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees provides preliminary approval to the proposed adoption of Board Policy 7620, Records Management, and initiates the 13-day public comment period

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

Washoe County Debt Management Commission Meeting (February 15, 2019)

5. Approval of the Agenda for February 15, 2019

Yea

8. Discussion and possible action on a Resolution concerning the submission to the Washoe County Debt Management Commission of a proposal to issue Washoe County, Nevada, general obligation sewer bonds (additionally secured by pledged revenues) in the maximum principal amount of $50,000,000; and approving certain details in connection therewith.

Yea

Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees (February 12, 2019)

1.05 Action to Adopt the Agenda 

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees approves the agenda as presented.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

2.01 Approval of Consent Agenda Items 2.02 through 2.06

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees approves Consent Agenda Items 2.02 through 2.06.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

2.02 APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES OF THE DECEMBER 11, 2018 REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.03 CONSIDERATION OF AWARD OF BID #61094A, BUS YARD EXPANSION AT SCHULTZ TRANSPORTATION CENTER, TO A & K EARTH MOVERS, INC. FOR $767,000 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.04 CONSIDERATION OF APPROVAL FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 2018-2019 2nd QUARTER REPORT AND REQUESTS FOR VARIANCES RELATED TO THE PROVISIONS OF NEVADA REVISED STATUTES (NRS) 388.700-388.725, AS AMENDED BY SENATE BILL 544 ADOPTED DURING THE 2017 NEVADA LEGISLATIVE SESSION, PERTAINING TO REDUCTION OF RATIO IN CERTAIN GRADES AND REQUEST FOR VARIANCE AND AUTHORIZATION TO FILE THE PLAN WITH THE STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.05 ACCEPTANCE OF THE “BUDGET TRANSFER REPORT 1/1/2019-1/31/2019” AND AUTHORIZATION TO RECORD BUDGET TRANSFERS BETWEEN FUNCTIONS OR PROGRAMS FOR A TOTAL AMOUNT OF $145,947 FOR THE PERIOD JANUARY 1, 2019 THROUGH JANUARY 31, 2019 IN THE OFFICIAL BOARD MINUTES AS REQUIRED BY NEVADA REVISED STATUTE 354.598005 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.06 AWARD OF REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP) #19-001, CREDIT RECOVERY/ACCELERATION ONLINE COURSEWARE FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL AND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS, TO EDGENUITY, INC. FOR A TERM OF FIVE (5) YEARS FOR A TOTAL OF $1,600,000 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

3.01 DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO ADOPT WASHOE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD RESOLUTION 19-002, A RESOLUTION PROVIDING FOR: (1) THE ISSUANCE OF A MEDIUM-TERM BOND, SERIES 2019, FOR ACQUIRING SCHOOL BUSES AND OTHER SUPPORT VEHICLES FOR THE DISTRICT; (2) PROVIDING THE FORM, TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE NOTE; AND (3) AUTHORIZING THE SUPERINTENDENT OR CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER OF THE DISTRICT TO ACCEPT A BINDING BID FOR THE BOND 

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees adopts Washoe County School District Board Resolution 19-002, A resolution providing for: (1) the issuance of a Medium-Term Bond, Series 2019, for acquiring school buses and other support vehicles for the district; (2) providing the form, terms and conditions of the note; and (3) authorizing the Superintendent or Chief Financial Officer of the District to accept a binding bid for the bond.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

3.02 PRESENTATION, DISCUSSION, AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO APPROVE THE FOLLOWING, AS RECOMMENDED BY THE CAPITAL FUNDING PROTECTION COMMITTEE: THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM TO INCLUDE THE 2018/19 ‘C’ MAJOR PROJECT PROGRAM IN THE AMOUNT OF $5,000,000 TO INCLUDE PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE WASHOE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT PURSUANT TO THE ATTACHED LIST OF PROGRAM PROJECTS AND ASSOCIATED COSTS FOR EACH PROJECT

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees approves the Washoe County School District Capital Improvement Plan to include the 2018/19 ‘C’ Major Project Program and associated costs for each project in the amount of $5,000,000, as recommended by the Capital Funding Protection Committee.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

3.04 APPROVAL OF PROFESSIONAL ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN SERVICES AGREEMENT WITH H+K ARCHITECTS IN THE AMOUNT OF $2,000,000 FOR ARCHITECTURAL/ENGINEERING DESIGN SERVICE FOR A NEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL IN THE COLD SPRINGS AREA OF WASHOE COUNTY, SUBJECT TO APPROVAL OF THE 2018/2019 “C” MAJOR PROJECT PROGRAM

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees approves the Agreement for Professional Architectural Design Services to H+K Architects for architectural/engineering design services for a new elementary school in the Cold Springs area in the amount of $2,000,000.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

Washoe County Debt Management Commission Meeting (February 8, 2019)

5. Approval of the Agenda for February 8, 2019

Yea

7. Acknowledgement of Election of General Improvement District (GID) representative OR resolution of tie by lot per NRS 350.0115.

Yea: Morris of the Incline Village GID won the tie breaker to serve as the GID representative. 

9. Discussion and possible interviews of applicants for two At-Large members, and possible appointment of two At-Large members

Yea: Salazar & Sherman approved to serve as at-large members

11. Approval of the minutes for the DMC annual meeting of August 17, 2018

Yea

13. Election of Chair and Vice Chair

Yea: Duerr Chair & Sherman Vice Chair

Board Policy Committee Meeting (February 5, 2019)

1.04 Action to adopt the Agenda

Motion & Voting

that the Board Policy Committee adopts the agenda of the meeting

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Malena Raymond, Katy Simon Holland, Ellen Minetto, Andrew Caudill

2.01 APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES OF THE BOARD POLICY COMMITTEE MEETING ON DECEMBER 4, 2018 

Motion & Voting

that the Board Policy Committee approves the minutes of the meeting of the Board Policy Committee on December 4, 2018

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Angela Taylor, Scott Kelley, Malena Raymond, Katy Simon Holland, Ellen Minetto, Andrew Caudill

2.02 DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO RECOMMEND REVISIONS TO AND/OR FORWARD THE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY 5105, STUDENT UNIFORMS – ADOPTION OF A SITE-BASED POLICY, WHICH ADDS LANGUAGE RELATED TO THE PURPOSE OF UNIFORMS AND TO GIVE DISCRETION TO THE SCHOOL PRINCIPAL RELATED TO FREE DRESS DAYS, TO A FUTURE REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES FOR CONSIDERATION OF PRELIMINARY APPROVAL

Motion & Voting

That the Board Policy Committee recommends forwarding the proposed revision of Board Policy 5105, Student Uniforms – Adoption of a Site-Based Policy, with any proposed changes, to a future meeting of the Board of Trustees for consideration of preliminary approval

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Angela Taylor, Scott Kelley, Malena Raymond, Katy Simon Holland, Ellen Minetto, Andrew Caudill

2.03 DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO RECOMMEND REVISIONS TO AND/OR FORWARD THE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY 9210, EQUITY AND DIVERSITY, WHICH REVISES LANGUAGE RELATED TO THE EQUITY TASK FORCE AND GATHERING COMMUNITY INPUT RELATED TO THE DIVERSE COMMUNITIES OF WASHOE COUNTY, TO A FUTURE REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES FOR CONSIDERATION OF PRELIMINARY APPROVAL

Motion & Voting

That the Board Policy Committee recommends forwarding the proposed revision of Board Policy 9210, Equity and Diversity, with any proposed changes, to a future meeting of the Board of Trustees for consideration of preliminary approval

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Angela Taylor, Scott Kelley, Malena Raymond, Katy Simon Holland, Ellen Minetto, Andrew Caudill

2.04 DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO RECOMMEND REVISIONS TO AND/OR FORWARD THE PROPOSED ADOPTION OF BOARD POLICY 6525, GIFTED AND TALENTED EDUCATION, WHICH SPEAKS TO PROVIDING EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMING FOR STUDENTS CAPABLE OF PERFORMING AT SIGNIFICANTLY ADVANCED ACADEMIC LEVELS, TO A FUTURE REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES FOR CONSIDERATION OF PRELIMINARY APPROVAL

Motion & Voting

That the Board Policy Committee recommends forwarding the proposed adoption of Board Policy 6525, Gifted and Talented Education, with any proposed changes, to a future meeting of the Board of Trustees for consideration of preliminary approval

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Angela Taylor, Scott Kelley, Malena Raymond, Katy Simon Holland, Ellen Minetto, Andrew Caudill

2.05 DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO RECOMMEND REVISIONS TO AND/OR FORWARD THE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY 7505, DISTRICT VEHICLES (FORMERLY ENTITLED, “USE OF DISTRICT VEHICLES”), WHICH INCLUDES LANGUAGE RELATED TO THE USE AND MAINTENANCE OF DISTRICT-OWNED VEHICLES TO INCLUDE SCHOOL BUSES, AND THE PROPOSED DELETION OF BOARD POLICY 7510, SCHOOL BUS REPLACEMENT, WHICH BECOMES REDUNDANT, TO A FUTURE REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES FOR CONSIDERATION OF PRELIMINARY APPROVAL

Motion & Voting

That the Board Policy Committee recommends forwarding the proposed revision of Board Policy 7505, District Vehicles (formerly “Use of District Vehicles), and the proposed deletion of Board Policy 7510, School Bus Replacement, with any proposed changes, to a future meeting of the Board of Trustees for consideration of preliminary approval

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Angela Taylor, Scott Kelley, Malena Raymond, Katy Simon Holland, Ellen Minetto, Andrew Caudill

2.06 DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO RECOMMEND REVISIONS TO AND/OR FORWARD THE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY 5000, STUDENT RECORDS AND INFORMATION, WHICH REVISES LANGUAGE DEFINING PERSONALLY IDENTIFIABLE INFORMATION, TO A FUTURE REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES FOR CONSIDERATION OF PRELIMINARY APPROVAL

Motion & Voting

That the Board Policy Committee recommends forwarding the proposed revision of Board Policy 5000, Student Records, with any proposed changes, to a future meeting of the Board of Trustees for consideration of preliminary approval

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Angela Taylor, Scott Kelley, Malena Raymond, Katy Simon Holland, Ellen Minetto, Andrew Caudill

2.07 DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO RECOMMEND REVISIONS TO AND/OR FORWARD THE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY 7620, RECORDS MANAGEMENT, (FORMERLY "DOCUMENT AND RECORDS MANAGEMENT) WHICH REVISES LANGUAGE RELATED TO THE PROCESS OF DOCUMENT RETENTION AND DESTRUCTION WHEN THOSE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT STUDENT RECORDS, TO A FUTURE REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES FOR CONSIDERATION OF PRELIMINARY APPROVAL

Motion & Voting

That the Board Policy Committee recommends forwarding the proposed adoption of Board Policy 7620, Records Management, with any proposed changes, to a future meeting of the Board of Trustees for consideration of preliminary approval

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Angela Taylor, Scott Kelley, Malena Raymond, Katy Simon Holland, Ellen Minetto, Andrew Caudill

Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees (January 29, 2019)

1.05 Action to Adopt the Agenda

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees approves the agenda as presented.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

2.01 Approval of Consent Agenda Items 2.02 through 2.16

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees approves Consent Agenda Items 2.02 through 2.16.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

2.02 APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES OF THE OCTOBER 23, 2018 REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.03 APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES OF THE NOVEMBER 27, 2018 REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.04 AWARD OF BID #62110A, RE-BID OF ROOF REPLACEMENT PROJECT AT RITA CANNAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, TO WESTERN SINGLE PLY FOR $249,000 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.05 AWARD OF BID #11370A, TRAFFIC SIGNAL SYSTEM AT SKY RANCH MIDDLE SCHOOL, TO TITAN ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING, INC. FOR $483,178 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.06 AWARD OF BID #11360A, TRAFFIC SIGNAL SYSTEM AT DESERT SKIES MIDDLE SCHOOL, TO TITAN ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING, INC. FOR $528,738 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.07 AWARD OF BID #62110B, ROOF REPLACEMENT PROJECT AT KATE SMITH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, TO KODIAK ROOFING AND WATERPROOFING CO. FOR $486,429 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.08 APPROVAL OF AGREEMENT TO PROVIDE PROFESSIONAL CONSULTANT SERVICES WITH CORE CONSTRUCTION FOR CONSTRUCTION ADMINISTRATION CONSULTING FOR THE NEW ARROWCREEK AREA MIDDLE SCHOOL IN THE AMOUNT OF $1,402,497 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.09 APPROVAL OF AGREEMENT TO PROVIDE PROFESSIONAL CONSULTANT SERVICES TO POGGEMEYER DESIGN GROUP, INC. FOR CONSTRUCTION ADMINISTRATION CONSULTING FOR JOHN BOHACH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL IN THE AMOUNT OF $985,045.50 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.10 APPROVAL OF AGREEMENT TO PROVIDE PROFESSIONAL CONSULTANT SERVICES TO JACOBS PROJECT MANAGEMENT CO. FOR CONSTRUCTION ADMINISTRATION CONSULTING FOR THE NUTRITION SERVICES EXPANSION PROJECT IN THE AMOUNT OF $321,875 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.11 APPROVAL FOR THE ONE (1) YEAR RENEWAL FOR ZONAR’S TERMS & LICENSE AGREEMENT FOR HARDWARE USE, DATA TRANSMISSION, AND DATA STORAGE GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM (GPS) SERVICES, USED BY THE TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT TO TRACK AND MONITOR BUSES AND SOME WHITE FLEET VEHICLES, ESTIMATED AT $159,322 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.12 APPROVAL OF THE GRANT APPLICATION TO THE NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, OFFICE OF COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS AND GRANTS TO FUND THE FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER’S PARENT EDUCATION PROGRAMS for $350,899 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.13 APPROVAL OF THE SCOPE OF WORK AND QUOTE WITH THE NEW TEACHER PROJECT IN THE AMOUNT OF $153,558 FOR SERVICES TO BE PERFORMED AT LIBBY BOOTH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, DESERT HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, GLEN DUNCAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, ECHO LODER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, BERNICE MATHEWS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, NATCHEZ ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, AND MARIPOSA DUAL LANGUAGE ACADEMY CHARTER SCHOOL PURSUANT TO THE NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION’S PARTIAL CONTINUATION GRANT FOR TITLE I SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT SECTION 1003(a) (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.14 APPROVAL OF THE SCOPE OF WORK AND QUOTE WITH SOCIAL POLICY RESEARCH ASSOCIATES IN THE AMOUNT OF $95,000 FOR SERVICES TO BE PERFORMED IN SUPPORT OF THE EVALUATION OF INTERVENTIONS AT TWELVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS RECEIVING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SERVICES FROM SOLUTION TREE PURSUANT TO THE NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION’S TURNAROUND GRANT PROGRAM (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.15 APPROVAL OF THE RE-APPIONTMENT OF CURRENT MEMBER TOM DOYLE TO THE AUDIT COMMITTEE TO A TERM ENDING JUNE 20, 2021 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

2.16 CONSIDERATION OF APPROVAL OF THE FOLLOWING CHANGES AND APPOINTMENTS TO THE SAFE AND HEALTHY SCHOOLS COMMISSION: MOVE DARIN BALAAM TO THE OPEN SEAT FOR AN EMERGENCY SERVICES REPRESENTATIVE THROUGH JUNE 30, 2021, AND TO APPOINT LEANNE MCCULLEY TO THE OPEN SEAT DESIGNATED FOR A PARENT/GUARDIAN THROUGH JUNE 30, 2021, AND CORETTA PATTERSON TO THE OPEN AT-LARGE SEAT THROUGH JUNE 30, 2020 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees (January 15, 2019)

1.06 Action to Adopt the Agenda 

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees approves the agenda as presented.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

2.01 DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION ON THE PROCESS FOR THE NOMINATION AND ELECTION OF TRUSTEES AS OFFICERS OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees approves the process for the nomination and election of Officers of the Board of Trustees as described.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

2.02 BOARD NOMINATIONS AND ELECTION OF PRESIDENT OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES FROM AMONG THE FOLLOWING: JACQUELINE CALVERT, ANDREW CAUDILL, KATY SIMON HOLLAND, SCOTT KELLEY, ELLEN MINETTO, MALENA RAYMOND, AND ANGELA TAYLOR

Motion & Voting

I move that the Board of Trustees selects Katy Simon Holland as President of the Board of Trustees for 2019.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

2.03 BOARD NOMINATIONS AND ELECTION OF VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES FROM AMONG THE FOLLOWING: JACQUELINE CALVERT, ANDREW CAUDILL, KATY SIMON HOLLAND, SCOTT KELLEY, ELLEN MINETTO, MALENA RAYMOND, AND ANGELA TAYLOR 

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees selects Malena Raymond as Vice President of the Board of Trustees for 2019.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

2.04 BOARD NOMINATIONS AND ELECTION OF CLERK OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES FROM AMONG THE FOLLOWING: JACQUELINE CALVERT, ANDREW CAUDILL, KATY SIMON HOLLAND, SCOTT KELLEY, ELLEN MINETTO, MALENA RAYMOND, AND ANGELA TAYLOR 

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees selects Angela Taylor as Clerk for the Board of Trustees for 2019.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

3.01 DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO GO INTO CLOSED SESSION, PURSUANT TO NEVADA REVISED STATUTE (NRS) 241.030(1)(A) AND/OR NRS 288.220(3) AND (4) AND PURSUANT TO PARAGRAPH 12.8.3.7 AND 12.8.3.8 OF THE WASHOE EDUCATION ASSOCIATION COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT, IN ORDER TO CONDUCT A HEARING ON LYNNICE KANTOR AND DANIEL KANTOR’S APPEAL OF NON-PAYMENT COMPENSATION OF ADDITIONAL WORK REPORTEDLY DONE AFTER THE CERTIFIED CONTRACT DAY OF JUNE 12, 2018

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees moves into Closed Session pursuant to Nevada Revised Statutes to conduct a hearing on the appeal of non-payment compensation from Lynnice and Daniel Kantor.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

3.02 DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION, PURSUANT TO PARAGRAPH 12.8.3.8 OF THE WASHOE EDUCATION ASSOCIATION COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT, TO DENY OR GRANT THE APPEAL OF LYNNICE KANTOR AND DANIEL KANTOR’S APPEAL OF NON-PAYMENT COMPENSATION OF ADDITIONAL WORK REPORTEDLY DONE AFTER THE CERTIFIED CONTRACT DAY OF JUNE 12, 2018

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees moves the agenda item to the next scheduled Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

4.01 Approval of Consent Agenda Items 4.02 through 4.23

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees approves Consent Agenda Items 4.02 through 4.16 and 4.18 through 4.23.
Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

4.02 APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES OF THE OCTOBER 9, 2018 REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

4.03 APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES OF THE NOVEMBER 13, 2018 REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

4.04 POSSIBLE ACTION TO PROVIDE FINAL APPROVAL TO THE PROPOSED ADOPTION OF BOARD POLICY 1500, VOLUNTEERS, A NEW POLICY THAT STATES THE COMMITMENT TO MAINTAIN A STRONG VOLUNTEER SERVICES PROGRAM IN THE DISTRICT (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

4.05 POSSIBLE ACTION TO PROVIDE FINAL APPROVAL TO THE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY 7500, TRANSPORTATION OF STUDENTS, WHICH INCLUDES REFERENCES TO THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF ADMINISTRATORS AND STAFF AS WELL AS STUDENT BEHAVIOR AND CONSEQUENCES RELATED TO STUDENT TRANSPORTATION PROVIDED BY THE DISTRICT AND AS REQUIRED BY NRS 392.4363, SCHOOL TRANSPORTATION POLICY (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

4.06 POSSIBLE ACTION TO PROVIDE FINAL APPROVAL TO THE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY 6200, LITERACY, TO ADD LANGUAGE RELATED TO EARLY LITERACY IN GRADES KINDERGARTEN THROUGH THIRD GRADE (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

4.07 POSSIBLE ACTION TO PROVIDE FINAL APPROVAL TO THE PROPOSED ADOPTION OF BOARD POLICY 5050, ACADEMIC PLANNING, COUNSELING, AND STUDENT SUPPORT, WHICH INCLUDES LANGUAGE RELATED TO ACADEMIC AND GRADUATION PLANS AND THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF SCHOOL COUNSELORS IN ACCORDANCE WITH STATE LAW; AND THE PROPOSED DELETION OF BOARD POLICY 4116, RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES OF SCHOOL COUNSELORS, AND BOARD POLICY 6121, ACADEMIC PLANS (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

4.08 POSSIBLE ACTION TO PROVIDE FINAL APPROVAL TO THE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY 9052, COMMUNICATION PROTOCOLS FOR THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES (FORMERLY PUBLIC COMMUNICATION PROTOCOLS FOR THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES), WHICH REVISES LANGUAGE RELATED TO COMMUNICATION WITH STAFF AND SCHOOL VISITS BY TRUSTEES (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

4.09 APPROVAL OF BUDGET CORRECTION IN THE AMOUNT OF $23,760 RELATED TO THE RENEWAL OF THE ONBASE HOSTED-SOLUTION DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM ANNUAL MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT WITH PRECISION DOCUMENT IMAGING (PDI), PREVIOUSLY APPROVED BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

4.10 APPROVAL OF AGREEMENT WITH RELIASTAR LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, A VOYA COMPANY, FOR ONE-YEAR STOP-LOSS INSURANCE COVERAGE WITH A RATE GUARANTEE OF $25.69 PER EMPLOYEE/RETIREE PER MONTH BEGINNING JANUARY 1, 2019 AND ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2019 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

4.11 APPROVAL, PURSUANT TO NEVADA REVISED STATUTE (NRS) 386.390 (ACCEPTANCE OF GIFTS BY BOARD OF TRUSTEES), OF INFORMATION REGARDING DONATIONS MADE BY THE EL CORD FOUNDATION, WHO HAS DONATED $100,000 OR MORE TO THE SCHOOL DISTRICT DURING FISCAL YEAR 2018-19 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

4.12 APPROVAL OF THE GRANT APPLICATION TO THE NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION STATE FUNDS TO PURCHASE SCHOOL LIBRARY BOOKS FOR $74,310 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

4.13 APPROVAL OF THE GRANT APPLICATION TO THE NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION CONSOLIDATED GRANT PROGRAM FOR TITLE I SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT SECTION 1003 (a), READ BY GRADE THREE, TURNAROUND, AND COLLEGE AND CAREER READY FOR $5,975,743 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

4.14 APPROVAL OF THE GRANT APPLICATION TO THE NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION FOR ONE-FIFTH (1/5) PUBLIC EMPLOYEES’ RETIREMENT SYSTEM (PERS) SERVICE CREDIT FOR RETIREMENT INCENTIVES FOR ELIGIBLE LICENSED EDUCATION PERSONNEL IN THE AMOUNT OF $81,367 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

4.15 APPROVAL OF HIRING, PURSUANT TO NEVADA REVISED STATUTE 286.523, EMPLOYMENT OF RETIRED EMPLOYEE, FOR THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS FOR WHICH A “CRITICAL LABOR SHORTAGE” EXISTS: INTERIM LICENSED ADMINISTRATORS (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

4.16 ANNUAL APPROVAL OF WASHOE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT’S INDIAN POLICIES AND PROCEDURES PROVIDING ASSURANCE OF TRIBAL AND PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT IN THE EDUCATION OF CHILDREN RESIDING ON ELIGIBLE INDIAN LAND IN COMPLIANCE WITH FEDERAL REGULATIONS FOR IMPACT AID - TITLE VI SECTION 7004 OF THE EVERY STUDENT SUCCEEDS ACT (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

4.18 AWARD OF BID #62185B SINGLE POINT OF ENTRY AT LLOYD DIEDRICHSEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TO BRUCE PURVES CONSTRUCTION, INC. IN THE AMOUNT OF $115,526.00; AWARD OF BID #62185B SINGLE POINT OF ENTRY AT EDWIN S. DODSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TO BRUCE PURVES CONSTRUCTION, INC. IN THE AMOUNT OF $114,778.00; AWARD OF BID #62185B SINGLE POINT OF ENTRY AT KATHERINE DUNN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TO BRUCE PURVES CONSTRUCTION, INC. IN THE AMOUNT OF $127,799.00; AWARD OF BID #62185B SINGLE POINT OF ENTRY AT ELIZABETH LENZ ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TO BRUCE PURVES CONSTRUCTION, INC. IN THE AMOUNT OF $113,413.00; AND AWARD OF BID #62185B SINGLE POINT OF ENTRY AT JERRY WHITEHEAD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TO BRUCE PURVES CONSTRUCTION, INC. IN THE AMOUNT OF $121,914.00 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

4.19 APPROVAL OF CONSULTING CONTRACT WITH UTAH NEW VISION CONSTRUCTION (UNVC) FOR BUILDING COMMISSIONING SERVICES FOR THE NEW ARROWCREEK AREA MIDDLE SCHOOL IN THE AMOUNT OF $360,555 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

4.20 APPROVAL OF CONSULTING CONTRACT WITH CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS ENGINEERING (CME) FOR SPECIAL INSPECTION AND MATERIALS TESTING SERVICES FOR THE NEW ARROWCREEK AREA MIDDLE SCHOOL IN THE AMOUNT OF $365,339 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

4.21 DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE APPROVAL OF SIXTH AMENDMENT TO LEASE AT 535 EAST PLUMB LANE FOR OFFICE SPACE FOR TITLE 1 AND THE DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

4.22 APPROVAL TO PURCHASE EIGHT (8) NEW SCHOOL BUSES THROUGH JOINDER UTAH STATE CONTRACT #MA812 FROM BRYSON SALES FOR AN ESTIMATED AMOUNT OF $1,221,041 AND SEVEN (7) OPERATIONAL SERVICE & POLICE VEHICLES THROUGH JOINDER STATE OF NEVADA VEHICLE PURCHASING CONTRACTS #8475 & 8477 FROM CHAMPION CHEVROLET FOR AN ESTIMATED AMOUNT OF $323,000 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

4.23 APPROVAL OF THE GUARANTEED MAXIMUM PRICE (GMP) #1 FROM CLARK/SULLIVAN CONSTRUCTION AS THE CONSTRUCTION MANAGER AT RISK (CMAR) FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF CONSTRUCTION FOR NUTRITION SERVICES CENTER EXPANSION PROJECT, CMAR #61210A, IN THE AMOUNT OF $6,782,257.00 AND APPROVAL OF OWNER’S CONTINGENCY IN THE AMOUNT OF $130,000.00 FOR A TOTAL OF $6,912,257.00 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)

4.17 APPROVAL OF AWARD OF HAND SOAP DISPENSERS AND HAND SOAP, BID 054-05-11-19, TO TAHOE SUPPLY CO IN THE ESTIMATED AMOUNT OF $61,161.00 FOR AN INITIAL TERM OF ONE (1) YEAR BEGINNING JANUARY 16, 2019 AND ENDING JANUARY 15, 2020 WITH THREE (3) OPTIONAL ONE (1) YEAR RENEWALS

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees approves the award of bid for Hand Soap Dispensers and Hand Soap, Bid #054-05-11-19, to Tahoe Supply Co in the estimated annual amount of 61,161.00 for an initial term of one (1) year beginning January 16, 2019 and ending January 15, 2020 with three (3) optional one (1) year renewals

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

5.03 PUBLIC HEARING, DISCUSSION, AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO APPROVE WASHOE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD RESOLUTION 19-001, A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF UP TO $1,500,000 OF GENERAL OBLIGATION MEDIUM-TERM BONDS FOR THE PURPOSE OF ACQUIRING SCHOOL BUSES AND OTHER SUPPORT VEHICLES FOR THE DISTRICT; AND DIRECTING THE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER TO FORWARD MATERIALS TO THE DEPARTMENT OF TAXATION OF THE STATE OF NEVADA

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees approves, by a two-thirds majority, after a public hearing, Washoe County School District Board Resolution 19-001, A resolution authorizing the issuance of up to $1,500,000 of medium-term obligations to finance the purchase of buses and District support vehicles, and directs the Chief Financial Officer to forward materials to the Department of Taxation of the State of Nevada.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

5.05 OPENING OF PROPOSALS TO PURCHASE AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO SELL 10-ACRES OF DISTRICT-OWNED PROPERTY LOCATED ON WILBUR MAY PARKWAY FOR A MINIMUM OF $2,600,000 PURSUANT TO WASHOE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD RESOLUTION 18-013, AS ADOPTED ON DECEMBER 11, 2018

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees deems the District-owned 10-acre property, Assessor’s Parcel Number 161-011-13, on Wilbur May Parkway as surplus, and accepts the oral bid from Colliers International, on behalf of Nevada Sage Waldorf School, in the amount of $3,550,000, to include terms and conditions submitted in the original bid, for the property pursuant to Washoe County School District Board Resolution 18-013.
Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

5.06 INFORMATION, DISCUSSION, AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO APPOINT A MEMBER OR MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES TO THE FOLLOWING NON-WASHOE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT PUBLIC BODIES, PURSUANT TO BOARD POLICY 9100, COMMITTEES OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES, APPENDIX A, LIST OF COMMITTEES: DEBT MANAGEMENT COMMISSION, NEVADA ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOL BOARDS BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE, NEVADA INTERSCHOLASTIC ACTIVITIES ASSOCIATION BOARD OF CONTROL, REGIONAL PLANNING GOVERNING BOARD, AND THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY OF WESTERN NEVADA

Motion & Voting

The Board of Trustees selects Andrew Caudill to serve on the Debt Management Commission for 2019.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

The Board of Trustees selects Scott Kelley to serve on the Board of Directors for the Nevada Association of School Boards for 2019.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

The Board of Trustees selects Angela Taylor to fill the remainder of the term of former Trustee John Mayer on the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association Board of Control.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

The Board of Trustees selects Katy Simon Holland to serve as the liaison to the Regional Planning Governing Board for 2019.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

The Board of Trustees selects Katy Simon Holland to serve as the liaison to the Economic Development Authority of Western Nevada for 2019.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert

The Board of Trustees selects Malena Raymond to serve on the Executive Committee for the Nevada Association of School Boards for 2019.

Final Resolution: Motion Carries

Yea: Scott Kelley, Katy Simon Holland, Malena Raymond, Angela Taylor, Andrew Caudill, Ellen Minetto, Jacqueline Calvert