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School Board of Miami-Dade County Public Schools

Excerpts of Unofficial Meeting Minutes

June14, 2006

The School Board publishes MINUTES of its meetings as soon as possible after each meeting. The EXCERPTS from the latest meeting are provided below as an unofficial review of the actions taken. Citizens may arrange to review the official minutes by calling the Department of Information Services at 995-1126.

THE SCHOOL BOARD OF DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA

1450 Northeast Second Avenue

Miami, Florida 33132

Excerpts from Unofficial Minutes of the June 14, 2006 Board Meeting

APPROVED Bid Opening Lists of May 2, 4, 9, 11, 16, 23, 25, 30 & 31, 2006.

APPROVED Minutes of the­ May 10, 2006 School Board meeting.

108,976 A-1 HEARD The Superintendent’s informational reports on selected topics, as follows:

  • Recognition of 2006 M-DCPS Valedictorians and Salutatorians
  • Update on Test Scores
  • Update on Broad Visit
  • Update on End of School Year
  • Update on Passport to Summer Expeditions
  • Results of Teacher Fair
  • Certificate of Achievement in Financial Reporting
  • National Association of Local Government Auditors Award
  • Secondary School Reform

108,977 A-2 APPROVED The Instructional Personnel Evaluation and Growth System (IPEGS) to be implemented through a pilot program during the 2006-2007 school year. In accordance with the contract between The School Board of Miami Dade, County, Florida, and Teacher Quality Resources, LLC, and the addendum thereto, the School Board, for its own use, will maintain restricted copyright permission to use, revise and/or modify IPEGS for any education purpose deemed necessary by the School Board.

108,978 A-3 AUTHORIZED The Superintendent to pilot the proposed MEP Performance Management System for the 2006-07 school year.

108,979 A-4 ADOPTED The mutually-agreed upon Superintendent’s goals, performance objectives, and evaluation instrument for the 2006-2007 year.

108,980 A-5 RECEIVED The report, Revamping Education for Gifted and ALL Learners (REGAL) Plan; authorized the implementation of the three-year plan of action to revamp gifted K-12 programs in Miami-Dade County Public Schools; and authorized the appropriation for year one of this item, $3,068,826, which will be included in the 2006-2007 Tentative Budget to be recommended for adoption in August 2006.

108,981 A-6 RECEIVED The Annual Report of the Ethics Advisory Committee.

108,982 A-7 AUTHORIZED The Superintendent to:

1. establish a School of Law Studies, Homeland Security, and Forensic Sciences for students in grades 9-12;

2. authorize an amendment to the capital plan to include an allocation of $1 million in FY 06-07 for design and a total of $11 million for construction spread over the following two fiscal years, FY 07-08 and FY 08-09;

3. open the School of Law Studies, Homeland Security, and Forensic Sciences in the 2008-2009 school year for grades 9-10; and

4. add a grade level each subsequent year.

108,983 B-1 REPORTED New Business: Board Members.

108,984 B-2 REAUTHORIZED The School Board Office Manager’s PAC; and deleted Board Liaison (contract) position, Board Members’ Office.

108,985 B-3 DIRECTED To review existing policies and procedures for the selection and acquisition of school library books and recommend any necessary changes to the process prior to the 2006-2007 school year.

108,986 B-4 DIRECTED To review the District’s formal civic education curriculum from Kindergarten to 12th grade, and submitted a report and any recommendations to strengthen the civics curriculum to the Board at the August 2, 2006 meeting.

108,987 B-5 APPROVED Resolution 06-39 of The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, recognizing the R.A.C.E. for Literacy Program at South MiamiSenior High School as an innovative community service and reading booster.

108,988 B-6 APPROVED Resolution 06-38 of The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, recognizing Eileen L. Segal, Dade County Council PTA/PTSA President (2004-2006), for her tireless dedication to students, parents and schools.

108,989 B-9 APPROVED Resolution No. 06-40 recognizing Linnie Seymore for her commitment and dedication for over 50 years of service to Miami-Dade County Public Schools and the Child Nutrition Program.

108,990 B-10 APPROVED Resolution No. 06-42, promoting student pedestrian safety and directing the Superintendent to encourage all Miami-Dade County Public Schools to participate in the International “Walk Our Children to School Day” on October 4, 2006. In conjunction with this program, it is further recommended that the “WalkSafe” Pedestrian Safety Program curriculum be implemented during the week of the event.

108,991 B-11 APPROVED Resolution 06-43of The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, recognizing Stanley G. Tatefor his many years of community involvement.

108,992 B-12 AUTHORIZED* Either the Superintendent to initiate rulemaking proceedings in accordance with the Administrative Procedure Act to amend School Board Rule 6Gx13- 8A-1.07, Office of the Inspector General or as an alternative, that the Board authorize The Superintendent to hire a search firm that would present candidates for the Selection Committee to interview, at a cost not to exceed $112,000. The Selection Committee would then recommend three finalists that the Board would consider for the position of Inspector General.

* Amended as reflected above.

108,993 B-13 FAILED To direct the immediate removal of all copies of the book “Vamos a Cuba” from all Miami-Dade public school libraries due to non-compliance with the pedagogical standards delineated in School Board Rule 6Gx13-6A-1.26, such as its historical distortions, inaccuracies and stereotypical content and images.

****** B-14 WITHDREW The discussion on the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce.

108,994 C-4 APPROVED The charter school contractual agreement with Mater Academy, Inc., on behalf of Mater Gardens Academy for a term of ten years.

108,995 C-5 APPROVED The charter school contractual agreement with Mater Academy, Inc., on behalf of Mater Gardens Academy Middle School for a term of ten years.

108,996 C-6 APPROVED The charter school contractual agreement with Mater Academy, Inc., on behalf of Mater Academy Lakes Elementary School for a term of ten years.

108,997 C-7 APPROVED The charter school contractual agreement with Mater Academy, Inc., on behalf of Mater Academy Lakes Middle School for a term of ten years.

108,998 C-8 APPROVED The charter school contractual agreement with Mater Academy, Inc., on behalf of Mater Academy Lakes High School for a term of ten years.

108,999 C-9 APPROVED The charter school contractual agreement with Pinecrest Academy, Inc., on behalf of Pinecrest Academy (South Campus) for a term of ten years.

109,000 C-10 APPROVED The charter school contractual agreement with Somerset Academy, Inc., on behalf of Somerset Academy (Silver Palms) for a term of ten years.

109,001 C-11 APPROVED The charter school contractual agreement with Somerset Academy, Inc., on behalf of Somerset Academy (Country Palms) for a term of ten years.

109,002 C-12 APPROVED The charter school contractual agreement with Somerset Academy, Inc., on behalf of Somerset Academy Middle School (Country Palms) for a term of ten years.

109,003 C-13 APPROVED The charter school application, it is recommended that the Board grant approval of the charter school contractual agreement with Excel Academy, Inc., on behalf of EXcel Academy Charter School for a term of five years.

109,004 C-14 APPROVED The charter school contractual agreement with Life Skills Center Opa Locka, Inc., on behalf of Life Skills Center Opa Locka for a term of five years.

109,005 C-15 APPROVED The second amendment to the charter school contractual agreement with Somerset Academy, Inc., on behalf of Somerset Academy Charter Middle School to remain at its current facility.

109,006 C-16 APPROVED The second amendment to the charter school contractual agreement with International Studies Charter High School, Inc., on behalf of International Studies Charter High School to relocate to a facility at 396 Alhambra Circle, Coral Gables, Florida 33134.

109,007 C-17 APPROVED The first amendment to the charter school contractual agreement with Mater Academy, Inc., on behalf of Mater Academy East Middle School to increase the grade level configuration from grades six through eight to grades six though nine.

109,008 C-19 APPROVED The second amendment to the charter school contractual agreement with Miami Community Charter School, Inc., on behalf of Miami Community Charter School to increase the grade level configuration from kindergarten through grade five to kindergarten though grade six.

109,009 C-20 APPROVED The first amendment to the charter school contractual agreement with The Charter School at Waterstone, Inc., on behalf of The Charter School at Waterstone to increase the enrollment capacity from a maximum of 1,000 students to a maximum of 1,150 students.

109,010 C-21 APPROVED The first amendment to the charter school contractual agreement with Renaissance Charter School, Inc., on behalf of Renaissance Middle Charter School to remain at its current facility during its second year of operation and until a permanent facility is located.

109,011 C-22 APPROVED The third amendment to the charter school contractual agreement with Liceo Enlace Miami! Charter Academy, Inc., on behalf of Liceo Enlace Miami! Charter Academy to open the school at a facility located at 143 North Flagler Avenue, Homestead, Florida 33030.

109,012 C-23 APPROVED The fifth amendment to the charter school contractual agreement with Liberty City Charter School Project, Inc., on behalf of The Liberty City Charter School to close its second campus location.

109,013 C-24 APPROVED* The termination of the charter school contractual agreement with Successful Enterprise, Inc., on behalf of Spiral Tech Elementary Charter School, effective June 30, 2006.

* Findings – “That the school has failed to meet generally accepted standards of fiscal management.”

109,014 C-25 ENTERED Into contractual services agreements between The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, and Lincoln-Marti Community Agency, Inc., and Metro-Miami Action Plan Trust, pursuant to Request For Proposals No. 097-FF10 – Outside Agencies Qualified to Operate Alternative Education Programs for Miami-Dade County Public Schools At-Risk Students (II), as delineated in the Official Agenda.

109,015 C-30 ENTERED Into a Memorandum of Understanding, from July 1, 2006, through June 30, 2009, with the Women of Tomorrow Mentor and Scholarship Program, Inc. (WOT), to provide group mentoring services to selected Miami-Dade County Public Schools.

109,016 C-31 ENTERED Into a contractual agreement in an amount not to exceed $50,000, with Nova Southeastern University Fischler School of Education and Human Services for The Parent Resource Centers located on the North Miami Beach and Kendall campuses; and granted an exception to School Board Rule 6Gx13-3F-1.021 based on sole source.

109,017 C-40 AUTHORIZED The expansion of the Dell TechKnow program to any elementary, middle, and community school with students that meet program criteria; and used funds made available through the Coalition for Community Education and donated by the Bank of America.

109,018 C-41 ENTERED Into a contractual agreement with the Miami-Dade County Health Department to utilize funds appropriated by the state to this agency for the continuation of Full Service Schools in Miami-Dade County Public Schools, effective August 1, 2006, through June 30, 2007; and directed Financial Affairs to establish revenues and appropriations in the amount of $800,000; such appropriations to be reported periodically to the Board.

109,019 C-50 AUTHORIZED The expulsion of the student specified in the supplemental material SM-47 (2005-2006).

109,020 C-51 AUTHORIZED The expulsion of the student specified in the supplemental material SM-48 (2005-2006).

109,021 C-52 AUTHORIZED The expulsion of the student specified in the supplemental material SM-49 (2005-2006).

109,022 C-53 AUTHORIZED The expulsion of the student specified in the supplemental material SM-50 (2005-2006).

109,023 C-54 AUTHORIZED The expulsion of the student specified in the supplemental material SM-51 (2005-2006).

109,024 C-55 AUTHORIZED The expulsion of the student specified in the supplemental material SM-52 (2005-2006).

109,025 C-56 AUTHORIZED The expulsion of the student specified in the supplemental material SM-58 (2005-2006).

109,026 C-57 AUTHORIZED The expulsion of the student specified in the supplemental material SM-60 (2005-2006).

109,027 C-70 AUTHORIZED The naming of State School NN1 Country Club Middle School, a relief school for Lawton Chiles Middle School and Lake Stevens Middle School.

109,028 C-71 RECEIVED The report and recommendations from the Foster Care and Adoption Friendly Workplace Committee.

109,029 C-80 ACCEPTED Seven grant awards from the Florida Department of Education (FLDOE) for funding under the Public Charter School Federal Grant Program in the total amount of $352,850, for grant periods beginning February 7, 2006, through December 31, 2006, March 6, 2006, through December 31, 2006, and April 6, 2006, through December 31, 2006, as specified in the item.

109,030 C-81 ACCEPTED A grant award from the Florida Department of Education (FLDOE) in the amount of $1,012,722, for funding under the Title II, Part D, Enhancing Education Through Technology (EETT) Grant Program “Leveraging Laptops: Effective Models for Enhancing Student Achievement,” for the period of May 5, 2006, through June 30, 2007.

109,031 C-82 ENTERED Into separate contractual agreements with each State-approved SES provider subject to their selection by the parent of an eligible student in an amount not to exceed a per student cost equal to the annual cost per pupil for Supplemental Educational Services as defined by the Florida Department of Education (FLDOE) and authorized by The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB), for a contract period of July 1, 2006, through June 30, 2007.

109,032 C-83 ACCEPTED Grant awards from the Florida Department of Education (FLDOE) for funding under the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001,Title I, Parts A, C, and D, in the approximate amount of $131,731,125, for the grant period of July 1, 2006, through June 30, 2007.

109,033 C-100 AUTHORIZED The initiation of rulemaking proceedings in accordance with the Administrative Procedure Act to promulgate new School Board Rule 6Gx13- 3B-1.101, Reporting of Grant Awards.

109,034 D-9 RECEIVED The “Safety and Security Best Practices” self-assessment results; and authorized the Superintendent of Schools to report the self-assessment results and School Board action to the Commissioner of Education by July 1, 2006.

109,035 D-10 AUTHORIZED The renewal of the contractual agreement with Mr.Christopher F. Kurtz to the contracted position of Labor Attorney, Miami-Dade County Public Schools, from July 1, 2006 to June 30, 2007, at an annual salary of $150,000.

109,036 D-20 APPROVED The instructional and non-instructional appointments, reassignments, leaves, and separations as included in Personnel Action Listing 964.

109,037 D-21 AUTHORIZED The establishment and classification of MEP and DCSAA positions, as delineated in the Official Agenda.

109,038 D-22 AUTHORIZED Appointments and assignments of personnel new to the school district:

  • Mr.Robert Uria, Coordinator III Systems and Programs, Performance Improvement;
  • Mr. Paul T. Heineman, Coordinator III Facilities Planning, Facilities Design and Standards;
  • Ms. Andrea M. Williams, Coordinator III Compliance, Office of Civil Rights Compliance, effective upon completion of background check;
  • Mr. Rodolfo D. Garcia, Coordinator III Compliance, Office of Civil Rights Compliance, effective upon completion of background check;
  • Ms. Aisha L. Ferguson, Coordinator III Compliance, Civil Rights Compliance, effective upon completion of background check; and

  • Ms. Ludmilla Landrin, Communications Manager, Media Programs.

109,039 D-23 APPROVED Instructional personnel assigned to teach out-of-field for the period of April 25, 2006 through May 27, 2006.

109,040 D-24 APPROVED Changes to minimum qualifications for the following MEP and DCSAA positions, as delineated in the Official Agenda.

109,041 D-25 APPROVED Nominations of staff members for appointment, as applicable, to annual or professional service contracts, subject to reduction-in-force procedures in accordance with state statutes, collective bargaining provisions, and Miami-Dade County School Board rules, effective July 1, 2006.

109,042 D-55 AUTHORIZED The suspension of Mr. Ernest K. Hayes, Teacher at Miami Norland Senior High School, for 30 workdays without pay, pending the outcome of a hearing, if requested.

109,043 D-56 AUTHORIZED The suspension of Ms. Shirley Ann Sanchez, Teacher at Dr. Edward L. Whigham Elementary School, for 30 workdays without pay.

109,044 D-57 AUTHORIZED The suspension of Mr. Rolando J. Montes, Teacher at Jose Marti Middle School, for 30 workdays without pay.

109,045 D-58 AUTHORIZED The suspension of Ms. Robin M. Lockery, Teacher at M.A. Milam K-8 Center, for 30 workdays without pay.

109,046 D-59 AUTHORIZED The suspension of Ms. Tanya Barber, Teacher at Miami Douglas MacArthur North, for 30 workdays without pay.

109,047 D-60 AUTHORIZED The suspension of Ms. Marcia E. Perozo, Teacher at Palm Springs Middle School, for 30 workdays without pay.

109,048 D-61 AUTHORIZED The suspension of Ms. Cindy E. Fernandez, Teacher at Miami Coral Park Senior High School, for 30 workdays without pay.

109,049 D-62 AUTHORIZED The suspension of Mr. Joseph M. Clergeau, Computer Specialist at Carol City Middle School, for 30 calendar days without pay, pending the outcome of a hearing or grievance/arbitration process, if requested.

109,050 D-63 AUTHORIZED The suspension and initiation of dismissal proceedings against Mr. Samuel Waterman, Custodian at Homestead Senior High School, pending the outcome of a hearing, if requested.

109,051 D-64 AUTHORIZED The suspension and initiation of dismissal proceedings against Mr. Robert Kuse, Jr., Electrician II, at Region Maintenance Center II, Facilities Operations, pending the outcome of a hearing, if requested.

109,052 D-65 AUTHORIZED The suspension and initiation of dismissal proceedings against Mr. Carlos E. Legoas, Teacher at Miami Coral Park Senior High School, pending the outcome of a hearing, if requested.

109,053 D-66 TERMINATED The employment contract of the employee, as delineated in the agenda item, effective June 14, 2006, at the close of the workday pending the outcome of a hearing, if requested. This individual is rendered ineligible for future employment with the District.

109,054 D-67 AUTHORIZED The suspension and initiation of dismissal proceedings against Mr. Michael E. Johnson, Head Custodian, at Lenora Braynon Smith Elementary School, pending the outcome of a hearing, if requested.

109,055 D-68 AUTHORIZED The suspension of Ms. Andrea B. Chait, Teacher at Robert Russa Moton Elementary School, for 30 workdays without pay, pending the outcome of a hearing, if requested.

109,056 D-69 AUTHORIZED The suspension of Mr. Arthur D. Williams, Teacher at Norland Middle School, for 30 workdays without pay, pending the outcome of a hearing, if requested.

****** D-70 WITHDREW The demotion of Ms. Patricia Moreira-Garcia from her current position as Principal at James H. Bright Elementary School to Assistant Principal, pending the outcome of a hearing, if requested.

109,057 E-1 RECEIVED The Monthly Financial Report for April 2006.

109,058 E-13 ADOPTED Resolution No. 2, 2005-06 General Fund Spring Budget Review, increasing revenues, and appropriations by $8,707,566.

109,059 E-14 AUTHORIZED The 2005-06 fiscal year budget, as amended, to be used as a continuation budget for 2006-07, effective July 1, 2006, until such time as the 2006-07 tentative budget becomes official.

109,060 E-25 APPROVED Resolution 06-37 authorizing the issuance of up to $160 million Tax Anticipation Notes, Series 2006 to provide interim funds for the operation of the District; such Notes to be retired from proceeds of ad valorem taxes to be received during 2006-2007 for operating purposes; and authorize payment of cost of issuance fees and expenses not to exceed $100,000.

109,061 E-26 APPOINTED Ms. Rachel E. Baum to the Treasury Advisory Committee for a period of four years.

109,062 E-36 ACCEPTED The $10,000.00 contribution from Federal Express (FEDEX) Corporation in support of the snack program for the School Improvement Zone Schools.

109,063 E-41 ENTERED Into a contractual agreement with Education Logistics, Inc. (EDULOG) to provide additional training and technical consulting services to facilitate the implementation of a new automated school bus routing and attendance boundary analysis software program, in an amount not to exceed $59,800, effective July 1, 2006 through September 30, 2006 (original contract awarded August 20, 2003);and granted an exception to School Board Rule 6Gx13- 3F-1.021, for EDULOG, based upon specific expertise.

109,064 E-66 AUTHORIZED Purchase of its specific excess workers’ compensation coverage with Liberty Mutual Insurance Company (A.M. Best A XV), through Arthur J. Gallagher & Co., effective July 1, 2006 for a year term, subject to a self-insured retention of $1,000,000 per occurrence, Statutory benefits for workers’ compensation and $3,000,000 per occurrence/annual aggregate for Employers Liability coverage at a rate of .1089/100 payroll, with a deposit premium for 2006-2007 coverage of $1,998,674; and authorized the Superintendent to negotiate rate renewals of 2007-2008 and 2008-2009, subject to future Board approval, and re-rate as determined by incurred claims, as well as premiums for Terrorism Risk Act Endorsement (TRIA), based upon estimated payroll of $1,835,329,496, with final premiums subject to audit of actual incurred payrolls for fiscal years 2006-2007; 2007-2008; and 2008-2009.

109,065 E-67 AUTHORIZED To issue a Request For Proposal (RFP) #094-FF10, Administrative Services – Section 125 Flexible Benefits Program and Enrollment; and approve the Ad-Hoc Committee.

109,066 E-68 AUTHORIZED The renewal of Commercial General Liability Facilities Use Policy with American Heritage Insurance Company (A.M. Best A+ XV), through Arthur J. Gallagher & Co., effective July 1, 2006 to July 1, 2007, as delineated in the Official Agenda, effective July 1, 2007 to July 1, 2008, subject to no change in terms, conditions or deposit premiums.

109,067 E-69 AUTHORIZED The renewal of its Law Enforcement and Professional Liability Insurance coverage, pursuant to the provisions of the received renewal quotation from Lexington Insurance Company (AIG)(A++XV), through Arthur J. Gallagher & Co., effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, as delineated in the Official Agenda.

109,068 E-70 AUTHORIZED The renewal of the third year of the current excess General/Auto/Professional Liability Errors and Omissions coverage in the amount of $455,246 with United Educators Risk Retention Group (A.M. Best A VIII), through Arthur J. Gallagher & Co., effective July 1, 2006 for the 2006-2007 policy renewal term, as delineated in the Official Agenda.

109,069 E-71 AUTHORIZED Non-renew its current contract with Gallagher Bassett Services, Inc. for Loss Prevention Services, effective July 1, 2006; and; and directed the Superintendent to begin work on the creation of a Loss Prevention Section within the Office of Risk and Benefits Management utilizing the savings from the non-renewal, with specific recommendations, including requests to establish and classify loss prevention positions, to be brought back to the Board at a later Board meeting.

109,070 E-141 APPROVED The supplemental awards on the term contracts, as delineated in the Official Agenda, inasmuch as the estimated requirements, previously awarded by the Board, will be exceeded before the contracts’ terms expire.

109,071 E-142 RECEIVED The report of purchases made within guidelines of Board Rule 6Gx13- 3C-1.10 -- Purchase Approval.

109,072 E-143 RECEIVED The report of the auction of April 18, 2006, surplus/obsolete vehicle results.

109,073 E-144 RECINDED The award of Item 63 on Contract No. 039-EE08 – Musical Instruments, effective June 14, 2006, from Music Arts Enterprises, Inc, as delineated in the Official Agenda.

109,074 E-145 AWARDED Partial Bid No. 103-EE02 – Food-Service Equipment, to various vendors, as delineated in the Official Agenda.

109,075 E-146 AUTHORIZED To negotiate and enter into a contractual services agreement between The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, and N/S Corporation, pursuant to Request For Proposals No. 122-EE10 – Bus-Wash Facilities, for the delivery, installation and maintenance of complete “turnkey” bus-wash and water-reclamation systems at specified facilities for the Department of Transportation, effective June 14, 2006, through June 13, 2008, as delineated in the Official Agenda.

109,076 E-147 AWARDED Bid No. 134-EE02 – Custodial-Cleaning Supplies and Equipment, to various vendors, as delineated in the Official Agenda.

109,077 E-148 AWARDED Partial Bid No. 020-FF08 – Pianos, to various vendors, as delineated in the Official Agenda.

109,078 E-150 AUTHORIZED To negotiate and enter into contractual service agreements between The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, and Audrey B. Greenwald, MS, CCC-PA, d.b.a. Boca Speech Center; Bilinguals Inc./Child & Parent Services; Community Rehab Associates, Inc.; Hearing and Speech Center of Florida, Inc; Invo Healthcare Associates, Inc.; Progressus Therapy, Inc.; Sandra Pierce, d.b.a. ABC Speech andLanguage Therapy; The Futures HealthCore; and Top Echelon Contracting, Inc., pursuant to Request For Proposals No. 077-FF10 – Speech and Language Pathology Services, as delineated in the Official Agenda.

109,079 E-151 AWARDED Bid No. 086-FF05 – Graphite Furnace Only – Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer, to Perkinelmer Las, Inc, as delineated in the Official Agenda.

109,080 E-152 AWARDED Bid No. 058-FF03 – Cafeteria-Serving Supplies, to various vendors, as delineated in the Official Agenda.

109,081 F-1 ACCEPTED A Declaration of Restrictions in connection with Application No. 05-343, The Cayon Family Ltd. Partnership.

109,082 F-2 ACCEPTED A Declaration of Restrictions in connection with Application No. 05-384, Miguel and Moraima Exposito.

109,083 F-3 ACCEPTED A Declaration of Restrictions in connection with Application No. 05-317, Emily Development LLC.

109,084 F-4 ACCEPTED A Declaration of Restrictions in connection with Application No. 05-358, Homestar of West Dade LLC.

109,085 F-5 ACCEPTED A Declaration of Restrictions in connection with land use application, Mid Town Park (North Miami Avenue LLC.

109,086 F-6 ACCEPTED A Declaration of Restrictions in connection with Application No. 2006-08, Emerald Place – David Morton et al. (Cornerstone Group Holdings, LLC.

109,087 F-7 ACCEPTED A Declaration of Restrictions in connection with Application No. 03-343, Miller RB Gem LLC.

109,088 F-8 ACCEPTED A Declaration of Restrictions in connection with Application No. 05-396, 147 Avenue Homes, Inc.

109,089 F-9 ACCEPTED A Declaration of Restrictions in connection with Application No. 05-377, South Tuscany LLC and WM R. Middelthon Jr.

109,090 F-10 ACCEPTED A Declaration of Restrictions in connection with Application No. 05-378, Tamiami Kendall Investment, Inc.

109,091 F-11 AUTHORIZED The Chair and Secretary to execute the necessary documents to dedicate land to Miami-Dade County for a right-of-way adjacent to Cypress Elementary School.

109,092 F-12 AUTHORIZED The renewal of the lease agreement with Ross Parking, Inc., for use of the parking facility located at South Pointe Elementary School, at an annual rental rate of $31,709.

109,093 F-13 AUTHORIZED The renewal of the lease agreement with A.A. Holdings, LLC, for space for the School for Applied Technology, at an annual rental rate not to exceed $261,261.

109,094 F-14 AUTHORIZED The Chair and Secretary to execute the necessary documents to dedicate land to the City of Doral for a right-of-way adjacent to Ronald W. Reagan Senior High School.

109,095 F-15 AUTHORIZED The Superintendent or his designee to execute a lease extension with the Homestead Housing Authority for the period of July 1, 2006 to September 30, 2006, and finalize negotiations and execute a lease agreement for the placement of Board-owned portable classrooms at the Redland Labor Camp, and South Dade Labor Camp.

109,096 F-16 ADOPTED Resolution No. 06-35 authorizing the Superintendent or his designee to initiate eminent domain proceedings to acquire + 17 acres, as described in the agenda item, located at NW 58 Street and NW 104 Avenue, Doral, Florida, to situate State School “HH1.

109,097 F-20 AUTHORIZED The Superintendent to adjust the capital budget in the amount of $17,666,804; and made the changes to the five-year facilities work program resulting from these budget adjustments.

109,098 F-21 AUTHORIZED The Chair and Secretary to execute the Absolute Bill of Sale for the water and wastewater facilities at the Citrus Grove Middle School site, Project No. 00168000 in favor of Miami–Dade County.

109,099 F-22 AUTHORIZED The Chair and Secretary to execute the Absolute Bill of Sale for the water facilities at the Pinecrest Elementary School site, Project No. 00178100 in favor of Miami–Dade County.

109,100 F-23 AUTHORIZED The Chair and Secretary to execute the Absolute Bill of Sale for the wastewater facilities at the Hibiscus Elementary School site, Project No. A0763B, in favor of the City of North Miami Beach.

109,101 F-24 AUTHORIZED The execution of the water line easement at the Miami Coral Park Senior High School site, Project No. A0746, in favor of Miami-Dade County.

109,102 F-25 AUTHORIZED The Chair and Secretary to execute the Absolute Bill of Sale for the water facilities at the Eugenia B. Thomas K-8 Conversion School site, Project No. A0851 in favor of Miami–Dade County.

109,103 F-26 AUTHORIZED The Chair and Secretary to execute the Absolute Bill of Sale for the water facilities at the Highland Oaks Middle Relief School site (K-mart conversion), Project No. 00170300 in favor of Miami–Dade County.

109,104 F-27 COMMISSIONED A.D.A. Engineering, Inc., as Architect/Engineer of Record for Deferred Maintenance Package #24, Repairs and Rehabilitation at Greynolds Park Elementary School and Greynolds Park Primary Learning Center, Project No. A01099, and Scott Lake Elementary School, Project No. A01141, as delineated in the Official Agenda.

109,105 F-28 COMMISSIONED The firm of Aventura Engineering and Construction Corp., as Construction Management at-Risk firm for Deferred Maintenance Package #24, General Repairs and Rehabilitation at Greynolds Park School and Greynolds Park Primary Learning Center, Project No. A01099, and Scott Lake Elementary School, Project No. A01141 under considerations, as delineated in the Official Agenda.

109,106 F-29 COMMISSIONED SBLM Architects, P.C., as Architect/Engineer of Record for New K-8 Center State School “BB-1” (relief school for Ruth K. Broad/Bay Harbor Elementary and Highland Oaks Middle School), in the City of Sunny Isles Beach, Project No. A01112, as delineated in the Official Agenda.

109,107 F-30 COMMISSIONED The firm of MCM Corp., as Construction Management at-Risk firm for New K-8 Center, State School “BB-1”, (relief school for Ruth K. Broad/Bay Harbor Elementary and Highland Oaks Middle Schools) in the City of Sunny Isles Beach, Project No. A01112, for considerations, as delineated in the Official Agenda.

****** F-31 WITHDREW The commissioning of Silva Architects as Architect/Engineer of Record for New Middle School, State School “JJ-1”, (relief school for Southwood and Palmetto Middle Schools), Project No. A01137, and for General Repairs and Rehabilitation at Miami Killian Senior, Project No. 00262600, as delineated in the Official Agenda.

****** F-32 WITHDREW The commissioning of the firm of Betancourt Castellon and Associates, Inc., as Construction Management at-Risk firm for New Middle School, State School “JJ-1”, (Relief for Southwood and Palmetto Middle Schools), Project No. A01137, and General Repairs and Rehabilitation at Miami Killian Senior High School, Project No. A0262600, for considerations, as delineated in the Official Agenda.

109,108 F-33 COMMISSIONED Spillis Candela DMJM as Architect/Engineer of Record for State School “LLL”, Miami Carol City Senior High School Replacement, Phases B and C, Project No. A01018, as delineated in the Official Agenda.

109,109 F-34 COMMISSIONED The firm of Coastal Construction Company as Construction Management at-Risk firm for State School “LLL”, Miami Carol City Senior High School Replacement, Project No. A01018, for considerations, as delineated in the Official Agenda.

109,110 F-35 COMMISSIONED The firm of Stobs Bros. Construction Co., as Construction Management at-Risk firm for Remediation Renovations at Hialeah Middle and Amelia Earhart Elementary Schools, Project No. A01095 under considerations, as delineated in the Official Agenda.

109,111 F-36 COMMISSIONED SBLM Architects, P.C. as Architect/Engineer of Record for Deferred Maintenance Package #26, General Repairs and Rehabilitation at Biscayne Gardens Elementary School, Project No. A01023, as follows, as delineated in the Official Agenda.

109,112 F-37 COMMISSIONED The firm of South Florida Construction Services, Inc., as Construction Management at-Risk firm for Deferred Maintenance Package #26, General Repairs and Rehabilitation at Biscayne Gardens Elementary School, Project No. A01023 under considerations, as delineated in the Official Agenda.

109,113 F-38 COMMISSIONED Rodriguez Peterson & Porras Architects, Inc., as Architect/Engineer of Record for Deferred Maintenance Package #20, General Repairs and Rehabilitation at Norland Elementary School, Project No. A-01098, and Norland Middle School, Project No. 00259300, as delineated in the Official Agenda.

109,114 F-39 APPROVED The replacement of the Designated Specialist – Electrical and Mechanical, in the agreement with Avart, Inc. as Project Architect/Engineers for Deferred Maintenance Package #9, General Repairs and Rehabilitation at Miami Palmetto Senior High School, Project No. 00264300, as delineated in the Official Agenda.

109,115 F-40 APPROVED The GMP for Jasco Construction Company, Inc., Project No. 00170200, New Early Childhood Center #3 (ECC-3), to relieve Jane S. Roberts K-8, E.K. Beckham Elementary and Dr. B.F. Ashe Elementary schools) in the total amount of $7,106,000 which includes building cost, site cost and a contingency in the amount of $177,126.

109,116 F-41 APPROVED The GMP for Suffolk Construction Company, Inc., Project No. A082001, Site Preparation at State School “U-1” (Relief for Joella C. Good, Charles D. Wyche and Palm Springs North elementary schools) in the total amount of $4,531,270 which includes a contingency in the amount of $128,243.

109,117 F-42 APPROVED The GMP for Skanska USA Building, Inc., Project No. 00223400, Partial Replacement, Holmes Elementary School, in the total amount of $15,413,960 which includes building cost, site cost and a contingency in the amount of $448,950.

109,118 F-43 APPROVED The GMP for Skanska USA Building, Inc., Project No. A01013, Additions, Remodeling and Renovations, Miami Central Senior High School, in the total amount of $23,730,048 which includes building cost, site cost and a contingency in the amount of $912,694.

109,119 F-44 CONFIRMED Final Change Order, Change Order No. 1 on Project No. A01113, 12 Pack - Classroom Modular Construction, Kenwood K-8 Center for a credit of $440,290.

109,120 F-45 CONFIRMED Final Change Order, Change Order No. 1 on Project No. 00139800, Modular Classroom Addition (14-PK), Campbell Drive Elementary School for a credit of $154,996.

109,121 F-46 CONFIRMED Final Change Order, Change Order No. 1 on Project No. 00139300, Modular Classroom Addition (14-PK), Florida City Elementary School for a credit of $107,120.

109,122 F-47 CONFIRMED Final Change Order No. 1 on Project No. 00139700, 14 Pack - Classroom Modular Construction, Redland Elementary School for a credit of $100,110.

109,123 F-48 CONFIRMED Final Change Order, Change Order No. 1 on Project No. 00138500, 12 Pack - Classroom Modular Construction, Kendale Elementary School for a credit of $83,523.

109,124 F-49 CONFIRMED Final Change Order, Change Order No. 2 on Project No. 00136900, Modular Buildings (12-PK), American Senior High School for a credit of $76,478.

109,125 F-50 CONFIRMED Final Change Order, Change Order No. 1 on Project No. A0825S0091CMSW, Modular Classroom Building (Site Work), Bob Graham Education Center for a credit of $4,125 and approve a time extension of 164 days.

109,126 F-51 CONFIRMED Final Change Order, Change Order No. 2 on Project No. 00138200, Modular Classroom Addition (14-PK), Sweetwater Elementary School for a credit of $2,413.

109,127 F-52 CONFIRMED Change Order No. 1 on Project No. 00137400, Modular Classroom Addition (12-PK), Henry H. Filer Middle School for an additional cost of $11,637.

109,128 F-53 CONFIRMED Change Order No. 2 on Project No. A0825S3661, Modular Classroom Addition, Natural Bridge Elementary School, for an additional cost of $42,458.

109,129 F-54 CONFIRMED Change Order No. 5 on Project No. A0816, New - Gymnasium Addition, Remodeling and Renovation, Miami Norland Senior High School for an additional cost of $104,351 and approve a time extension of 45 days.

109,130 F-55 APPROVED Change Order No. 1 on Project No. 00177300, Modular Addition, Palm Springs Elementary School for an additional cost of $139,989.

109,131 F-56 AUTHORIZED The extension of the current term contract for General Removal of Asbestos and Mold Materials in Regions 3 and 4, Contract ASB&M/TB-2005-GR/3&4, between MCO Environmental, Inc. and Miami-Dade County Public Schools.

109,132 F-57 AUTHORIZED The extension of the current term contract for General Removal of Asbestos and Mold Materials in Regions 5 and 6, Contract ASB&M/TB-2005-GR/5&6, between Sal’s Abatement, Inc. and Miami-Dade County Public Schools.

109,133 F-58 AWARDED Project No. KV0759, Roofing Term Contract 2005-2006, various locations, on the basis of Base Bid not to exceed the maximum of $10M within each term to the sole bidder, Weiss & Woolrich Southern Enterprise, Inc.

109,134 F-65 AWARDED Bid No. 103-FF04 – Wireless Service And Equipment, to various vendors, as delineated in the Official Agenda.

109,135 F-66 AWARDED Bid No. 035-FF08 – Playground Equipment and Installation, to various vendors, as delineated in the Official Agenda.

109,136 F-67 AWARDED Bid No. 054-FF10 – Asphalt Paving, Resurfacing and Drainage, to various vendors, as delineated in the Official Agenda.

109,137 F-68 AWARDED Bid No. 104-FF06 – Emergency Debris Removal and Tree Pruning, to various vendors, as delineated in the Official Agenda.

109,138 G-1 AUTHORIZED To grant Mr. Bounty’s request for a DOAH hearing with regard to his 30-day suspension without pay.

109,139 G-2 AUTHORIZED The settlement of the case known as Constance Gilbert and James Rolle, Jr. v. Miami-Dade County School Board, Circuit Court Case No. 04-8922-CA-04,for the sum of $50,000.

109,140 G-3 AUTHORIZED* To take one of the following actions in the matter of the book challenge appeal by Juan Amador (Parent) pursuant to School Board Rule 5Gx13-6A-1.26, Instructional Materials and Resources:

1. Upon a review of the record of the proceedings, as delineated in the Official Agenda, affirm the Superintendent’s recommendation as its Final Order and Make specific findings and conclusions in support of the Board’s decision; or

2. Upon review of the record of the proceedings, as delineated in the Official Agenda, reject the Superintendent’s recommendation and make specific findings and conclusions in support of the Board’s decision.admit into record the replacement of the series of books in all the Miami-Dade school libraries, and immediately replace them with updated books that are more actual to real life in these countries.

* Amended as reflected above.

Adjourned

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