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THE SCHOOL BOARD OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Miami, Florida

OFFICIAL AGENDA

JUNE 20, 2018 REGULAR BOARD MEETING 11:00 A. M.
REGULAR PUBLIC HEARING*
(*Following the conclusion of the regular agenda, but no later than approximately 6:30 P.M.)

PERSONS WISHING TO SPEAK TO AN AGENDA ITEM listed for this meeting and/or the REGULAR PUBLIC HEARING, should submit a written request to the Superintendent of Schools, 1450 N.E. Second Avenue, Room 102, Miami, Florida 33132, NO LATER THAN 4:30 P.M., MONDAY, JUNE 18, 2018.

Speakers Supplemental List will generally be posted on Tuesday PM or Wednesday AM prior to the meeting. To view a history of the changes to the Agenda click here.

* The public hearing shall begin no later than approximately 6:30 p.m. The Chair may begin calling speakers who are present immediately following the conclusion of the regular agenda. The public hearing shall not conclude before 4:30 p.m., unless all of the speakers signed up to speak are present and have been given the opportunity to speak.

Citizens who wish to speak on matters not on the agenda, or on agenda items that appear on the consent agenda, will be heard at the public hearing. The total time allotted for the public hearing shall not exceed one and one-half hours.

Pursuant to Board Policy 0169.1, a person not scheduled in advance to speak on a non-agenda topic must submit, either before or during the regularly scheduled meeting, a written request to the Chair. Board members present at the meeting must vote by a majority for the person to be heard.

The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, seeks public input and participation. However, the public purpose is not served when citizens become disorderly or disrupt the meeting. Accordingly, the Chair may order the removal from any School Board meeting of any person interfering with the expeditious or orderly process of the meeting provided the Chair has first issued a warning that continued interference with the orderly processes of the meeting will result in removal. Any law enforcement authority or a sergeant-at-arms designated by Chair shall remove any person ordered removed pursuant to this section §1001.372 (3), Fla.Stat.
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11:00 A. M.

CALL TO ORDER

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

MOMENT OF SILENT MEDITATION

Pursuant to its Policies, proposed Board member resolutions, endorsements, and proclamations will be presented at 11:00 a.m. Upon vote being taken, the Board will recess to present the approved resolutions, endorsements, and proclamations, to which all persons are invited. The Superintendent's Special Orders shall follow the Board Member presentations.

The Board will then reconvene the regular public meeting, including other hearings, in accordance with Policies of the Board, at 1:00 p.m.

B. OFFICE OF SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS

  • Board Member Announcements *
  • Resolutions and Recognitions (11:00 a.m.)

B-3 REQUEST FOR APPROVAL OF RESOLUTION NO. 18-041 OF THE SCHOOL BOARD OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA RECOGNIZING THE ENGINEERING AND ROBOTICS PROGRAM AT MIAMI CORAL PARK SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL FOR ITS ACCOMPLISHMENTS AT THE STUDENT RACING CHALLENGE OF THE NATIONAL STEM LEAGUE (revised 2)

ACTION PROPOSED BY DR. MARTA PÉREZ: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, approve Resolution No. 18-041 of The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, recognizing the Engineering and Robotics Program at
Miami Coral Park Senior High School for its accomplishments at the Student Racing Challenge of the National STEM League.

B-4 REQUEST FOR APPROVAL OF RESOLUTION NO. 18-042 OF THE SCHOOL BOARD OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, HONORING JEFFREY MITCHELL (revised replacement)

ACTION PROPOSED BY DR. DOROTHY BENDROSS-MINDINGALL: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida approve Resolution No. 18-042 of The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, honoring Jeffrey Mitchell.

B-6 REQUEST APPROVAL OF RESOLUTION NO. 18-039 OF THE SCHOOL BOARD OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, RECOGNIZING MR. HARVE A. MOGUL, PRESIDENT EMERITUS, UNITED WAY OF MIAMI-DADE

ACTION PROPOSED BY MS. MARIA TERESA ROJAS: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, approve Resolution No 18-039 of The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, recognizing Mr. Harve A. Mogul, President Emeritus, United Way of Miami-Dade.

B-7 REQUEST APPROVAL OF RESOLUTION NO. 18-043 OF THE SCHOOL BOARD OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, RECOGNIZING MS. MARIA CECILIA CRUZ, PRINCIPAL OF WILLIAM LEHMAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (replacement)

ACTION PROPOSED BY LUBBY NAVARRO: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, approve Resolution No. 18-043 of The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, recognizing Ms. Maria Cecilia Cruz, Principal of William Lehman Elementary School.

B-8 REQUEST APPROVAL OF RESOLUTION NO. 18-040 OF THE SCHOOL BOARD OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, RECOGNIZING DR. MARIA ELENA HERNANDEZ (revised replacement)

ACTION PROPOSED BY MS. SUSIE V. CASTILLO: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, approve Resolution No. 18-040 of The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, recognizing Dr. Maria Elena Hernandez.

SPECIAL ORDERS OF BUSINESS

  • Perfect Attendance

STUDENT PERFORMANCE

  • Norland Middle School Vocalist
  • William Lehman Elementary School Musical Theater Group

AGENDA ITEMS ADDED/WITHDRAWN AFTER PUBLICATION OF THE AGENDA

DISCLOSURE OF VOTING CONFLICTS

CONSENT AGENDA

APPROVAL OF BID OPENING LISTS:

  • May 17, 24 and 31, 2018

APPROVAL OF BOARD MINUTES:

  • May 16, 2018 Instructional Materials Public Hearing
  • May 16, 2018 School Board Meeting

B. OFFICE OF SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS

  • Board Member Announcements *
  • Resolutions and Recognitions (11:00 a.m.)

(* ANNOUNCEMENTS WILL BE HEARD AT THE CONCLUSION OF THE “H” ITEMS)

SUPERINTENDENT’S SPECIAL ORDERS OF BUSINESS (11:00 A.M.)

A., C. THROUGH G. ADMINISTRATION'S NEW BUSINESS ITEMS AND SCHOOL BOARD ATTORNEY'S ITEMS

A. SUPERINTENDENT'S PRIORITY ITEMS (ITEMS WILL BE HEARD AT APPROXIMATELY 5:00 P.M.)

C. ACADEMICS, EVALUATION AND TECHNOLOGY

D. PERSONNEL SERVICES AND STUDENT AND SCHOOL SUPPORT

E. INNOVATION, GOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS, AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT/FISCAL ACCOUNTABILITY

F. FACILITIES AND CONSTRUCTION

G. SCHOOL BOARD ATTORNEY

H. OFFICE OF SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS

  • Proposed Board Member Initiatives
  • Board Member Discussion Issues/New Business

I. OFFICE OF SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS

  • Correspondence, Reports and Other Information (Pre-Taped Items)

REGULAR PUBLIC HEARING SPEAKERS AND/OR SPEAKERS TO CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS WILL BE HEARD IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE BOARD POLICY.

THE PUBLIC HEARING SHALL BEGIN NO LATER THAN APPROXIMATELY 6:30 P.M. THE CHAIR MAY BEGIN CALLING SPEAKERS WHO ARE PRESENT IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE CONCLUSION OF THE REGULAR AGENDA. THE PUBLIC HEARING SHALL NOT CONCLUDE BEFORE 4:30 P.M., UNLESS ALL OF THE SPEAKERS SIGNED UP TO SPEAK ARE PRESENT AND HAVE BEEN GIVEN THE OPPORTUNITY TO SPEAK.

A. SUPERINTENDENT’S PRIORITY ITEMS

A-1 SUPERINTENDENT’S INFORMATIONAL REPORTS TO THE BOARD ON SELECTED TOPICS (revised 2)

  • National Lead2Feed Winners
  • 2018 State Assessment Results
  • 2018 Walking Spree Contest

B. OFFICE OF SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS

  • Board Member Announcements *
  • Resolutions and Recognitions (11:00 a.m.)

(*ANNOUNCEMENTS WILL BE HEARD AT THE CONCLUSION OF THE “H” ITEMS)

C. ACADEMICS, EVALUATION AND TECHNOLOGY

C-1 REQUEST SCHOOL BOARD APPROVAL AND ADOPTION RECOMMENDED INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS FOR K-12 SCIENCE AND 6-12 DEVELOPMENTAL LANGUAGE ARTS THROUGH ESOL FOR THE 2018-19 SCHOOL YEAR

RECOMMENDED: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, approve and adopt recommended instructional materials for K-12 Science and 6-12 Developmental Language Arts through ESOL for the 2018-2019 school year.

D. PERSONNEL SERVICES AND STUDENT AND SCHOOL SUPPORT

D-20 1. REQUEST APPROVAL OF PERSONNEL ACTION LISTING OF INSTRUCTIONAL AND NON-INSTRUCTIONAL FROM APRIL 27, 2018 THROUGH MAY 17, 2018

2. APPOINTMENT OF PERSONNEL FOR 2018-2019

RECOMMENDED: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida approve:

1. Personnel Action Listing 1108 for Instructional and Non-Instructional appointments, reassignments, leaves, separations, retirements and resignations from April 27, 2018 through May 17, 2018.

2. Pursuant to Florida Statute 1012.22, the nominations of personnel for 2018-2019, subject to the provisions set forth in their respective collective bargaining agreements or other applicable agreements and in accordance with state statutes and policies of The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida.

D-21 REQUEST APPROVAL OF APPOINTMENTS, LATERAL ASSIGNMENTS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPENSATION OF MANAGERIAL EXEMPT, PROFESSIONAL AND TECHNICAL PERSONNEL FOR 2017-2018 (revised)

RECOMMENDED: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, approve the recommendation for appointments, lateral transfers to be effective June 21, 2018, or as soon thereafter as can be facilitated, with the exception of the effective dates as noted throughout the item and authorize compensation adjustments upon appointment and thereafter as stipulated in this item.

D-22 INITIAL READING: PROPOSED AMENDMENT OF POLICIES 1120.01, MANAGERIAL EXEMPT PERSONNEL, AND 8420, EMERGENCY CLOSING OF SCHOOLS

RECOMMENDED: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Superintendent to initiate rulemaking procedures in accordance with the Administrative Procedure Act to amend Board Policies 1120.01, Managerial Exempt Personnel, and 8420, Emergency Closing of Schools.

D-24 INITIAL READING: PROMULGATE NEW POLICY 1130.02, SUCCESSION MANAGEMENT (revised)

RECOMMENDED: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Superintendent to initiate rulemaking proceedings in accordance with the Administrative Procedure Act to initiate rulemaking proceedings to promulgate new Policy 1130.02, Succession Management.

D-55 1) RECOMMENDED ACCEPTANCE OF AGREED UPON DISCIPLINARY ACTION
2) RECOMMENDED ACCEPTANCE OF DISCIPLINARY ACTION PENDING APPEAL
(revised)

RECOMMENDED: 1) That the School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, approve the Superintendent's recommendation for disciplinary action, which has been agreed to by the employees.

A) Rosa E. Coker: suspension without pay from her position as Head Start Educator 2 at South Pointe Elementary School, for twenty-five (25) workdays, effective August 16, 2018, for just cause, including, but not limited to: violation of School Board Policies 4210, Standards of Ethical Conduct; 4210.01, Code of Ethics; and 4213, Student Supervision and Welfare. This action is taken In accordance with Sections 1001.32(2), 1012.22(1)(f), and 447.209, Florida Statutes.

B) Aeriel E. Davis: suspension without pay from his position as Teacher at Highland Oaks Middle School, for fifteen (15) workdays, effective August 16, 2018, for just cause, including, but not limited to: misconduct in office; and violation of School Board Policies 3210, Standards of Ethical Conduct; and 3210.01, Code of Ethics. This action is taken in accordance with Sections 1001.32(2), 1012.22(1)(f), 1012.33, and 447.209, Florida Statutes; and State Board Rules 6A-5.056 and 6A-10.081, FAC.

C) Vernie G. Gonzales: suspension without pay from his position as Lead Custodian at Scott Lake Elementary School, for ten (10) calendar days, effective June 21, 2018, for just cause, including, but not limited to: gross insubordination; non­performance and poor performance of job responsibilities; and violation of School Board Policies 4210, Standards of Ethical Conduct; and 4210.01, Code of Ethics. This action is taken in accordance with Sections 1001.32(2), 1012.22(1)(f), and 447.209, Florida Statutes; and Articles II and XI of the Contract between the Miami-Dade County Public Schools and the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME).

D) Terrance X. Hunt: suspension without pay from his position as Teacher at Miami Central Senior High School, for thirty (30) workdays, effective August 16, 2018, for just cause, including, but not limited to: misconduct in office; and violation of School Board Policies 3210, Standards of Ethical Conduct; 3210.01, Code of Ethics; and 3213, Student Supervision and Welfare. This action is taken in accordance with Sections 1001.32(2), 1012.22(1)(f), 1012.33, and 447.209, Florida Statutes; and State Board Rules 6A-5.056 and 6A-10.081, FAC.

E) Charlie J. Massie: suspension without pay from his position as Custodian at G. Holmes Braddock Senior High School, for thirty (30) calendar days, effective June 21, 2018, for just cause, including, but not limited to: violation of School Board Policies 4210, Standards of Ethical Conduct; and 4210.01, Code of Ethics. This action is taken in accordance with Sections 1001.32(2), 1012.22(1)(f), and 447.209, Florida Statutes; and Articles II and XI of the Contract between the Miami-Dade County Public Schools and the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME).

F) Marvin Pitts, Jr.: suspension without pay from his position as Lead Custodian at Phillis Wheatley Elementary School, for two (2) calendar days, effective June 21, 2018, for just cause, including, but not limited to: violation of School Board Policies 4210, Standards of Ethical Conduct; 4210.01, Code of Ethics; and 4380, Threatening Behavior Toward Staff Members. This action is taken in accordance with Sections 1001.32(2), 1012.22(1)(f), and 447.209, Florida Statutes; and Articles II and XI of the Contract between the Miami-Dade County Public Schools and the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME).

2) That the School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, approve the Superintendent's recommendation for disciplinary action, pending the outcome of an administrative hearing or grievance/arbitration proceeding, if requested.

A) Roy L. Elston: suspension without pay and initiation of dismissal proceedings from his position as TV Master Control Supervisor at Media Programs, effective June 21, 2018, for just cause, including, but not limited to: violation of School Board Policies 4121.01, Employment Standards and Fingerprinting of All Employees; 4210, Standards of Ethical Conduct; and 4210.01, Code of Ethics. This action is taken In accordance with Sections 1001.32(2), 1012.22(1)(f), 1012.32, 1012.40, 435.04, 435.06 and 447.209, Florida Statutes; and Articles II and XI of the Contract between the Miami-Dade County Public Schools and the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME).

B) Frank G. James: suspension without pay from his position as School Bus Driver at North Transportation Center, for thirty (30) calendar days, effective August 20, 2018, for just cause, including, but not limited to: violation of School Board Policies 4210, Standards of Ethical Conduct; 4210.01, Code of Ethics; 4213, Student Supervision ahd Welfare; and 8600, Transportation. This action is taken in accordance with Sections 1001.32(2), 1012.22(1 )(f), and 447.209, Florida Statutes; and Articles II and XI of the Contract between the Miami-Dade County Public Schools and the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME).

C) Eliette Remonvil: suspension without pay and initiation of dismissal proceedings from her position as Part-Time Food Service Worker I at Maya Angelou Elementary School, effective June 21, 2018, for just cause, including, but not limited to: violation of School Board Policies 4161, Fitness for Duty; 4210, Standards of Ethical Conduct; and 4210.01, Code of Ethics. This action is taken in accordance with Sections 1001.32(2), 1012.22(1 )(f), 1012.40, and 447.209, Florida Statutes; and Articles II and XI of the Contract between the Miami-Dade County Public Schools and the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME).

D-65 REQUEST SCHOOL BOARD APPROVAL OF FIVE NEW CHARTER SCHOOL APPLICATIONS, SIX NEW CHARTER SCHOOL CONTRACTS, TEN CHARTER SCHOOL CONTRACT AMENDMENTS, TWELVE CHARTER SCHOOL CONTRACT RENEWALS AND TWO CHARTER SCHOOL CONSOLIDATIONS

RECOMMENDED: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida:

A. Approve five new charter school applications and authorize the Superintendent to negotiate a contract reflecting the contents of the applications as approved by the School Board with:

1. Lincoln-Marti Charter Schools, Inc., d/b/a Charter High School of the Americas (Florida City) (High Performing Replication of Charter High School of the Americas, MSID 7080);

2. Mater Academy, Inc., d/b/a Mater Preparatory Academy K-8;

3. Sports Leadership And Management, Inc., d/b/a Sports Leadership And Management Academy Charter High School (North Campus);

4. True North Classical Academy, Inc., d/b/a True North Classical Academy East; and,

5. True North Classical Academy, Inc., d/b/a True North Classical Academy Kendall K

B. Approve six new charter school contracts with:

1. Beacon College Prep, Inc., d/b/a Beacon College Prep Middle School (MSID TBD), to (a) approve an initial charter contract for a 5-year term and, (b) share the facility located at 13400 N.W. 28th Avenue, Opa-Locka, Florida 33054 (Folio No. 08-2128-012-0010) with Beacon College Prep (MSID 4002) commencing July 1, 2018, and ending June 30, 2023;

2. BridgePrep Academy, Inc., d/b/a, BridgePrep Academy of North Miami-Beach, to approve an initial charter contract for a 5-year term, commencing July 1, 2018, and ending June 30, 2023;

3. Phoenix Academies of Excellence, Inc., d/b/a Phoenix Academy of Excellence - North, to approve an initial charter contract for a 5-year term, commencing July 1, 2018, and ending June 30, 2022, as the 2017-2018 school year was designated as a planning year;

4. Pinecrest Academy, Inc., d/b/a Pinecrest Academy West, to (a) approve an initial charter contract for a 5-year term and, (b) change the school’s name from Pinecrest Academy West to Pinecrest North Preparatory (Fontainebleau Campus) commencing July 1, 2018, and ending June 30, 2022, as the 2017-18 school year was designated as a planning year;

5. Somerset Academy, Inc., d/b/a Somerset Palms Academy, to approve an initial charter contract for a 5-year term, commencing July 1, 2018, and ending June 30, 2022, as the 2017-18 school year was designated as a planning year; and,

6. True North Classical Academy, Inc., d/b/a True North Classical Academy South, to approve an initial charter contract for a 5-year term, commencing July 1, 2018, and ending June 30, 2023.

C. Approve ten (10) charter school contract amendments with:

1. BridgePrep Academy, Inc., d/b/a BridgePrep Academy of Greater Miami (MSID 2013), to (a) remove from the current contract the satellite campus located at 18801 N.E. 22nd Avenue, Miami, Florida 33180 (Folio No. 30-2003-000-0170), and (b) discontinue payment of additional administrative fees for the satellite campus commencing July 1, 2018, and ending June 30, 2020;

2. BridgePrep Academy, Inc., d/b/a BridgePrep Academy of Village Green (MSID 3034), to remove from the current contract the campus located at 12001 S.W. 72nd Street, Miami, Florida 33183 (Folio No. 30-4925-000-0850), commencing July 1, 2018, and ending June 30, 2021;

3. Doral Academy, Inc., d/b/a Doral Academy Charter Middle School (MSID 6030), to add a permanent facility located at 2525 N.W. 112th Avenue, Doral, Florida 33172 (Folio No. 35-3030-042-0020), commencing July 1, 2018, and ending June 30, 2028;

4. Doral Academy, Inc., d/b/a Doral Performing Arts and Entertainment Academy (MSID 7009), to add a permanent facility located at 2525 N.W. 112th Avenue, Doral, Florida 33172 (Folio No. 35-3030-042-0020), commencing July 1, 2018, and ending June 30, 2030;

5. Doral Academy, Inc., d/b/a Doral Academy of Technology (MSID 3029), under Section 1002.331(2), F.S., High-Performing Charter Schools, to (a) to modify the contract to reflect a 15-year term, and (b) add the permanent facilities located at 11100 N.W. 27th Street, Miami, Florida 33172 (Folio No. 35-3030-005-0010); and 2525 N.W. 112th Avenue, Doral, Florida 33172 (Folio No. 35-3030-042-0020), commencing July 1, 2018, and ending June 30, 2025;

6. International Studies Charter High School, Inc., d/b/a International Studies Virtual Academy (MSID 6017), to extend the charter contract for one year, commencing July 1, 2018, and ending on June 30, 2019;

7. Mater Academy, Inc., d/b/a iMater Preparatory Academy Charter High School (MSID 7090), to increase the student enrollment by 450 students to a maximum enrollment of 1,300 students, commencing July 1, 2018, and ending June 30, 2022;

8. Mater Academy, Inc., d/b/a Mater Virtual Academy Charter Middle High School (MSID 6997), to (a) relocate the administrative office to Sports Leadership And Management (SLAM) Charter Middle School located at 601 N.W. 12th Avenue, Miami, Florida 33136 (Folio No. 01-4102-005-0190), and (b) extend the charter contract for one year, commencing July 1, 2018, and ending June 30, 2019;

9. Somerset Academy, Inc., d/b/a Somerset Academy Charter High School (South Homestead) (MSID 7034), to increase the student enrollment as follows: (a) by 75 students, from 450 students to a maximum of 525 students for the 2018-2019 school year; and (b) by 125 students, from 450 students to a maximum of 575 students for the 2019-2020 school year; and

10. Theodore R. and Thelma A. Gibson Charter School, Inc., d/b/a The Theodore R. and Thelma A. Gibson Charter School (MSID 2060), to modify the grade level configuration from Kindergarten through grade eight to Kindergarten through grade six, commencing July 1, 2018, and ending June 30, 2022.

D. Approve twelve (12) charter school contract renewals with:

1. The City of Aventura, Florida, on behalf of Aventura Charter School of Excellence (MSID 0950), under Section 1002.331(2)(e), F.S., High-Performing Charter Schools, to renew the charter contract for a 15-year term, commencing July 1, 2018, and ending June 30, 2033;

2. Integrated Science And Asian Culture, Inc., d/b/a Integrated Science and Asian Culture (ISAAC) Academy (MSID 2004), to renew the charter contract for a 5-year term, commencing July 1, 2018, and ending June 30, 2023;

3. Mater Academy, Inc., d/b/a iMater Academy Charter Middle School (MSID 6014), to renew the charter contract for a 5-year term, commencing July 1, 2018, and ending June 30, 2023;

4. Mater Academy, Inc., d/b/a Mater Academy (MSID 0100), under Section 1002.331(2)(e), F.S., High-Performing Charter Schools, to renew the charter contract for a 15-year term, commencing July 1, 2018, and ending June 30, 2033;

5. Mater Academy, Inc., d/b/a Mater Academy of International Studies (MSID 1017), to (a) renew the charter contract for a 5-year term, and (b) increase student enrollment by 87 students, from 553 students to a maximum capacity of 640 students, commencing July 1, 2018, and ending June 30, 2023;

6. Miami Children’s Museum Charter School, Inc., d/b/a Miami Children’s Museum Charter School (MSID 4000), to renew the charter contract for a 5-year term, commencing July 1, 2018, and ending June 30, 2023;

7. Pinecrest Academy, Inc., d/b/a Pinecrest Preparatory Academy Charter High School (MSID 7053), under Section 1002.331(2)(e), F.S., High-Performing Charter Schools, to renew the charter contract for a 15-year term, commencing July 1, 2018, and ending June 30, 2033;

8. Somerset Academy, Inc., d/b/a Somerset Academy Charter Middle School (South Homestead) (MSID 6013), to (a) renew the charter contract for a 5-year term, and (b) decrease student enrollment by 150 students, from 900 students to a maximum capacity of 750 students, commencing July 1, 2018, and ending June 30, 2023;

9. Somerset Academy, Inc., d/b/a Somerset Academy Charter Middle School (South Miami Campus) (MSID 6053), under Section 1002.331(2)(e), F.S., High-Performing Charter Schools, to renew the charter contract for a 15-year term, commencing July 1, 2018, and ending June 30, 2033;

10. Somerset Academy, Inc., d/b/a Somerset Arts Academy (MSID 2012), to (a) renew the charter contract for a 5-year term, and (b) modify the grade level configuration from Kindergarten through grade six to Kindergarten through grade five, commencing July 1, 2018, and ending June 30, 2023;

11. Somerset Academy, Inc., d/b/a Somerset Academy Elementary School (South Miami Campus) (MSID 2007), under Section 1002.331(2)(e), F.S., High-Performing Charter Schools, to renew the charter contract for a 15-year term, commencing July 1, 2018, and ending June 30, 2033; and,

12. Sports Leadership and Management, Inc., d/b/a Sports Leadership and Management (SLAM) Charter Middle School (MSID 6015), to renew the charter contract for a 5-year term, commencing July 1, 2018, and ending June 30, 2023.

E. Approve two consolidations:

1. Mater Academy Inc., d/b/a Mater Academy Middle School of International Studies (MSID 6047), under Section 1002.33(7)(b)(2)(c), High-Performing Charter Schools, to (a) renew the charter school contract for a 15-year term, (b) consolidate the charter with Mater Academy High School of International Studies (MSID 7024) into one charter serving a maximum enrollment of 300 students in grades six through nine; and (c) change the School’s name to Mater International Preparatory, commencing July 1, 2018 and ending June 30, 2033; and,

2. Somerset Academy, Inc., d/b/a Somerset Academy Charter High School (South Campus) (MSID 7038), under Section 1002.331(2)(e), F.S., High-Performing Charter Schools, to (a) renew the charter contract for a 15-year term, (b) consolidate the charter with Somerset Academy Charter High School (MSID 7042) into one charter serving a maximum enrollment of 1,440 students in grades nine through twelve, (c) relocate to a permanent facility located at 12425 S.W. 248th Street (Folio No. 30-6924-000-1620); 12465 S.W. 248th Street (Folio No. 30-6924-000-1621); 12601 S.W. 248 Street (Folio No. 30-6924-000-1250); and Folio No. 30-6924-000-1410 (Physical Address TBD), and (d) change the School’s name to Somerset Academy Charter High School commencing July 1, 2018, and ending June 30, 2033.

F. Approve a Reduction-in-Force/Layoff as needed, only to the extent described in this item as Total Initial Loss, in accordance with School Board Policies and applicable collective bargaining agreements.

D-66 FINAL READING: PROPOSED AMENDMENT OF BOARD POLICY, 5120, STUDENT SCHOOL ASSIGNMENT AND ATTENDANCE BOUNDARY COMMITTEE

RECOMMENDED: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, adopt amended School Board Policy 5120, Student School Assignment and Attendance Boundary Committee and the document, Attendance Zone Recommendations and Related Administrative Actions 2018-2019, which is incorporated by reference and is part of this policy, and authorize the Superintendent to file the policy with The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, to be effective July 1, 2018.

D-67 EXPULSION AND ASSIGNMENT OF STUDENTS TO ALTERNATIVE SCHOOL PROGRAM

RECOMMENDED: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida:

1. expel the student specified in supplemental material SM-17 furnished under separate cover to School Board members, from the regular and adult programs of Miami-Dade County Public Schools and assigned to an alternative school/program for the maximum time permitted under law, which is the 2017-2018 school year, the 2018 summer session, and the 2018-2019 school year.

2. expel the student specified in supplemental material SM-34 furnished under separate cover to School Board members, from the regular and adult programs of Miami-Dade County Public Schools and assigned to an alternative school/program for the maximum time permitted under law, which is the 2017-2018 school year, the 2018 summer session, and the 2018-2019 school year.

3. expel the student specified in supplemental material SM-43 furnished under separate cover to School Board members, from the regular and adult programs of Miami-Dade County Public Schools and assigned to an alternative school/program for the maximum time permitted under law, which is the 2017-2018 school year, the 2018 summer session, and the 2018-2019 school year.

4. expel the student specified in supplemental material SM-49 furnished under separate cover to School Board members, from the regular and adult programs of Miami-Dade County Public Schools and assigned to an alternative school/program for the maximum time permitted under law, which is the 2017-2018 school year, the 2018 summer session, and the 2018-2019 school year.

5. expel the student specified in supplemental material SM-68 furnished under separate cover to School Board members, from the regular and adult programs of Miami-Dade County Public Schools and assigned to an alternative school/program for the maximum time permitted under law, which is the 2017-2018 school year, the 2018 summer session, and the 2018-2019 school year.

6. provide educational services in an alternative school/program during the term of the expulsion.

D-68 INITIAL READING: PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO BOARD POLICY 8510, WELLNESS POLICY

RECOMMENDED: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Superintendent to initiate rulemaking proceedings in accordance with the Administrative Procedure Act to amend Board Policy 8510, Wellness Policy.

E. INNOVATION, GOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS, AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT/FISCAL ACCOUNTABILITY

E-1 MONTHLY FINANCIAL REPORT FOR THE PERIOD ENDING APRIL 2018

RECOMMENDED: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, receive and file the Monthly Financial Report for the period ending April 2018.

E-3 ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE WRITE-OFF REQUEST

RECOMMENDED: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Superintendent to remove from the accounting records the outstanding accounts receivable balances totaling $37,092 owed by 20 former employees.

E-14 AUTHORIZATION OF EXPENDITURES EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2018 UNTIL THE FY 2018-19 TENTATIVE BUDGET IS ADOPTED

RECOMMENDED: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the FY 2017-18 budget, as amended, to be used as a continuation budget for FY 2018-19, effective July 1, 2018 until such time as the FY 2018-19 tentative budget becomes official.

E-35 APPROVAL OF RESOLUTION 18-037 AUTHORIZING AND PROVIDING FOR THE ISSUANCE OF UP TO $335 MILLION TAX ANTICIPATION NOTES, SERIES 2018

RECOMMENDED: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida approve Resolution 18-037 authorizing and providing for issuance of up to $335 million of Tax Anticipation Notes, Series 2018.

E-66 REQUEST AUTHORIZATION TO RENEW EXISTING COVERAGES INCLUDING CATASTROPHIC ATHLETIC ACCIDENT COVERAGE, LAW ENFORCEMENT PROFESSIONAL LIABILITY INSURANCE, EXCESS WORKERS’ COMPENSATION INSURANCE, GENERAL/ AUTOMOBILE/ PROFESSIONAL LIABILITY INSURANCE, BOILER AND MACHINERY COVERAGE, CYBER LIABILITY COVERAGE, MEDIA LIABILITY COVERAGE, AND STUDENT PROFESSIONAL LIABILITY INSURANCE (revised)

RECOMMENDED: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida:

1. authorize renewal terms of the Catastrophic Athletic Accident insurance with Zurich American Insurance Company, (A.M. Best A+ XV) through Arthur J. Gallagher Risk Management Services, Inc for a one- year period effective August 1, 2018 through July 31 2019, with a policy annual aggregate limit of $6 million dollars and a $25,000 deductible for a total premium of $69,019;

2. authorize the renewal of the Law Enforcement Professional Liability Insurance coverage with Indian Harbor Insurance Company (A.M. Best A XV), through AJG effective July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019, with an annual premium of $233,822, with a $5 million each wrongful act/annual aggregate and an additional $1 Million in defense costs outside of the policy limit and a self-insured retention of $200,000;

3. authorize renewal of the District’s Excess Workers’ Compensation Insurance coverage with Safety National Casualty Corporation (A.M. Best A+ XV) through Arthur J. Gallagher Risk Management Services, Inc. for a one-year term, effective July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019, at a rate of $.0745 per $100 of annual payroll with a deposit premium of $1,325,762 subject to a per claim, self-insured retention of $1,500,000;

4. authorize the fifth year renewal of the five-year one-year terms of its General/Automobile/Professional Liability/Errors and Omissions coverage with United Educators Risk Retention Group (United Educators) (A.M. Best A IX) through Arthur J. Gallagher Risk Management Services, Inc (AJG) subject to annual re-rate and cancellation provisions with the fifth year’s premium totaling $306,776 effective July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019, subject to a self-insured retention for the General/Automobile coverage, commensurate with the current levels of limited Sovereign Immunity of $200,000 per claim/$300,000 per accident and a flat, per wrongful act self- insurance retention of $200,000 for Professional Liability claims;

5. authorize renewal of the Boiler and Machinery coverage with Hartford Steam Boiler Insurance and Inspection Company (A.M. Best A+ XV) through Arthur J. Gallagher Risk Management Services, Inc effective September 13, 2018 through September 12, 2019, with policy limits of $100 million per loss at a rate of .00167 per $100 total insured values, subject to a base of $9.71 billion with the annual premium for 2018-2019 being $162,299;

6. authorize the renewal of the Cyber Liability coverage with Brit-Lloyd’s (A.M. Best A, XV) through Arthur J. Gallagher Risk Management Services, Inc for a one year period effective July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019, for a total premium of $139,000 with coverage limits of $10 million per claim/annual aggregate subject to a $250,000 self-insured retention;

7. authorize the purchase of Media Liability coverage with Atlantic Specialty Insurance (A.M. Best A, X) through Arthur J. Gallagher Risk Management Services, Inc. with coverage limits of $1 million per claim and $5 million annual aggregate subject to a self-insured retention of $10,000 with an annual premium of $6,535 for a one-year period effective July 1, 2018 thru June 30, 2019; and

8. authorize the renewal of Student Professional Liability insurance coverage through Arthur J. Gallagher Risk Management Services, Inc., from Medical Protective Company (A.M. Best A++, XV) with coverage limits of $1 million per occurrence/$6 million aggregate, with a $0 deductible, with total premiums for such coverage of $41,947 with the ability to add students during the year.

E-67 FINAL READING: PROPOSED AMMENDMENT TO BOARD POLICY 6144.01 SUPPLEMENTAL RETIREMENT INVESTMENT PROGRAMS

RECOMMENDED: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida adopt amended School Board Policy 6144.01, Supplemental Retirement Investment Programs and authorize the Superintendent to file the rule with the School Board of Miami-Dade County Florida, to be effective June 20, 2018.

E-117 FINAL READING: PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO BOARD POLICY 6320.02, SMALL/MICRO AND MINORITY/WOMEN-OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISE PROGRAMS AND APPROVE THE OFFICE OF ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES MANUAL

RECOMMENDED: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida;

1. Adopt the proposed amendments to School Board Policy 6320.02, Small/Micro and Minority/Women-Owned Business Enterprise Programs, and authorize the Superintendent to file the amended policy with The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, to be effective June 20, 2018;

2. Approve the revised Office of Economic Opportunity Administrative Procedures Manual; and

3. Authorize the Superintendent to update the Office of Economic Opportunity Administrative Procedures Manual, as needed in accordance with Board policies and with input from stakeholders.

E-141 REJECT INVITATION TO BID ITB NO. ITB-17-008-HR – ARMORED CAR SERVICES

RECOMMENDED: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida: REJECT INVITATION TO BID NO. ITB-17-008-HR – ARMORED CAR SERVICES, to permit rebidding.

E-142 REJECT REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS NO. RFP-16-066-CH – SPORTS MEDICINE PROGRAM

RECOMMENDED: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida: REJECT REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS NO. RFP-16-066-CH – SPORTS MEDICINE PROGRAM, to permit rebidding.

E-143 AWARD REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS RFP-17-021-CH – LEGAL SERVICES (revised)

RECOMMENDED: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida:

1. AWARD Request for Proposal No. RFP-17-021-CH – Legal Services is to obtain licensed attorneys and/or law firms to provide assistance in Construction, Real Estate, General Liability, and Workers’ Compensation areas, with an initial effective date of July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2021, and may, by mutual agreement between The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, and the successful bidder, be extended for two (2) additional one (1) year extension periods thereto, as follows:

General Liability (Professional, Personal, and Automobile Injury Liability):

The hourly rates in this category are not to exceed $140 for partners, $125 for associates, $75 for paralegals, $180 for complex general liability litigation for partners, and $250 for complex commercial litigation for partners. The Board Attorney's Office may negotiate lower rates with the approved firms, in order to obtain the best rate available.

ANGONES, MCCLURE AND GARCIA, P.A.
44 W FLAGLER STREET, 8TH FLOOR
MIAMI, FLORIDA 33130

OWNER/OFFICER: LEOPOLDO GARCIA, JR., MANAGING PARTNER

THE CHARTWELL LAW OFFICES, LLP
100 SE 2ND STREET, SUITE 2150
MIAMI, FLORIDA 33131
OWNER/OFFICER: DEREK H. LLOYD, PARTNER

COLE, SCOTT & KISSANE, P.A.
9150 S DADELAND BLVD, SUITE 1400
MIAMI, FLORIDA 33156
OWNER/OFFICER: RICHARD P. COLE, MANAGING PARTNER

EDUARDO E. NERET, P.A. MWBE
2100 CORAL WAY, PENTHOUSE 706
MIAMI, FLORIDA 33145

OWNER/OFFICER: EDUARDO E. NERET, PRESIDENT
HISPANIC AMERICAN

GRAY ROBINSON, P.A.
301 E PINE STREET, SUITE 1400
ORLANDO, FLORIDA 32801

OWNER/OFFICER: MARYANNE DOWNS, PRESIDENT

HAMILTON & MILLER, P.A.
150 SE 2ND AVENUE, SUITE 1200
MIAMI, FLORIDA 33131

OWNER/OFFICER: JERRY D. HAMILTON, MANAGING PARTNER

KELLEY KRONENBERG
8201 PETERS ROAD, SUITE 4000
FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA 33324

OWNER/OFFICER: KAREN M. GILMARTIN, PRINCIPAL PARTNER

LYDECKER, LEE, BERGA & DE ZAYAS, LLC
1221 BRICKELL AVENUE, 19TH FLOOR
MIAMI, FLORIDA 33131

OWNER/OFFICER: RICHARD J. LYDECKER, MANAGER

QUINTAIROS, PRIETO, WOOD & BOYER, P.A.
9300 S DADELAND BLVD., 4TH FLOOR
MIAMI, FLORIDA 33156

OWNER/OFFICER: GEORGE F. QUINTAIROS, PARTNER

WASSERMAN & THOMAS, P.A. MBE/MWBE
15150 NW 79TH COURT, SUITE 195
MIAMI LAKES, FLORIDA 33016

OWNER/OFFICER: DAMIAN E. THOMAS, PRESIDENT
AFRICAN AMERICAN

Worker's Compensation

The hourly rates in this category are not to exceed $125 fo partners, $75 for paralegals, and $150 for complex Worker's Compensation cases. The Board Attorney's Office may negotiate lower rates with the approved firms, in order to obtain the best rate available.

ANGONES, MCCLURE AND GARCIA, P.A.
44 W FLAGLER STREET, 8TH FLOOR
MIAMI, FLORIDA 33130

OWNER/OFFICER: LEOPOLDO GARCIA, JR., MANAGING PARTNER

COLE, SCOTT & KISSANE, P.A.
9150 S DADELAND BLVD, SUITE 1400
MIAMI, FLORIDA 33156
OWNER/OFFICER: RICHARD P. COLE, MANAGING PARTNER

EDUARDO E. NERET, P.A. MWBE
2100 CORAL WAY, PENTHOUSE 706
MIAMI, FLORIDA 33145

OWNER/OFFICER: EDUARDO E. NERET, PRESIDENT
HISPANIC AMERICAN

FRANCISCO BLANCO, P.L.
2655 S LEJEUNE ROAD, SUITE 300
CORAL GABLES, FLORIDA 33134
OWNER/OFFIER: ALEXANDER BLANCO, MANAGER

GASTON R. ALVAREZ, P.A MBE/MWBE
2655 S LEJEUNE ROAD, PENTHOUSE 1-C
CORAL GABLES, FLORIDA 33134
OWNER/OFFICER: GASTON R. ALVAREZ. PRESIDENT
HISPANIC AMERICAN

GRAY ROBINSON, P.A.
301 E PINE STREET, SUITE 1400
ORLANDO, FLORIDA 32801

OWNER/OFFICER: MARYANNE DOWNS, PRESIDENT

ISABEL S. MARTINEZ, PL SBE/MWBE
2655 LE JEUNE ROAD, SUITE 809
CORAL GABLES, FLORIDA 33134

OWNER/OFFICER: ISABEL S. MARTINEZ, MANAGER
HISPANIC AMERICAN

JONES, HURLEY & HAND, P.A.
1040 WOODCOCK ROAD, SUITE 100
ORLANDO, FLORIDA 32803

OWNER/OFFICER: ROBERT C. HAND, PRESIDENT

KELLEY KRONENBERG
8201 PETERS ROAD, SUITE 4000
FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA 33324

OWNER/OFFICER: KAREN M. GILMARTIN, PRINCIPAL PARTNER

LAW OFFICE OF MICHAEL J. RING, LLC
440 EAST SAMPLE ROAD, SUITE 103
POMPANO BEACH, FLORIDA 33064

OWNER/OFFICER: MICHAEL J. RING, MANAGER

LAW OFFICES OF IVETTE LINARES-MORENO, P.A.
2030 SOUTH DOUGLAS ROAD, SUITE 210
CORAL GABLES, FLORIDA 33134

OWNER/OFFICER: IVETTE E. LINARES-MORENO, PRESIDENT

MARTINEZ ROMAN GOEHL, P.A. SBE/MWBE
8005 NW 155TH STREET, SUITE A
MIAMI LAKES, FLORIDA 33016
HISPANIC AMERICAN

MKRS LAW, P.L.
201 ALHAMBRA CIRCLE SUITE 802
CORAL GABLES, FLORIDA 33134
OWNER/OFFICER: ROBERT J. RODRIGUEZ, PRESIDENT

QUINTAIROS, PRIETO, WOOD & BOYER, P.A.
9300 S DADELAND BLVD., 4TH FLOOR
MIAMI, FLORIDA 33156
OWNER/OFFICER: GEORGE F. QUINTAIROS, PARTNER

Construction (Litigation, Claims, General):

The hourly rates in this category are not to exceed $295 for partners and $75 for paralegals. The Board Attorney's Office may negotiate lower rates with the approved firms, in order to obtain the best rate available.

THE BARTHET FIRM, P.A.
SOUTHEAST FINANCIAL CENTER
200 S BISCAYNE BLVD., SUITE 1800
MIAMI, FLORIDA 33131
OWNER/OFFICER: ALEXANDER E. BARTHET, PRESIDEN

COLE, SCOTT & KISSANE, P.A.
9150 S DADELAND BLVD, SUITE 1400
MIAMI, FLORIDA 33156
OWNER/OFFICER: RICHARD P. COLE, MANAGING PARTNER

KELLEY KRONENBERG
8201 PETERS ROAD, SUITE 4000
FT. LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA 33324

OWNER/OFFICER: KAREN M. GILMARTIN, PRINCIPAL PARTNER

LYDECKER, LEE, BERGA & DE ZAYAS, LLC
1221 BRICKELL AVENUE, 19TH FLOOR
MIAMI, FLORIDA 33131

OWNER/OFFICER: RICHARD J. LYDECKER, MANAGER

GRAY ROBINSON, P.A.
301 E PINE STREET, SUITE 1400
ORLANDO, FLORIDA 32801

OWNER/OFFICER: MARYANNE DOWNS, PRESIDENT

HAMILTON & MILLER, P.A.
150 SE 2ND AVENUE, SUITE 1200
MIAMI, FLORIDA 33131

OWNER/OFFICER: JERRY D. HAMILTON, MANAGING PARTNER

QUINTAIROS, PRIETO, WOOD & BOYER, P.A.
9300 S DADELAND BLVD., 4TH FLOOR
MIAMI, FLORIDA 33156
OWNER/OFFICER: GEORGE F. QUINTAIROS, PARTNER

SOTO LAW GROUP, P.A.
2400 EAST COMMERCIAL BLVD, SUITE 400
FT. LAUDERDALE, FL 33308

OWNER/OFFICER: OSCAR E. SOTO, PRESIDENT

TAYLOR ESPINO VEGA & TOURON, P.A.. SBE/MWBE
201 ALHAMBRA CIRCLE, SUITE 801
CORAL GABLES, FLORIDA 33134

HISPANIC AMERICAN

Real Estate Planning (Land Use, Eminent Domain):

The hourly rates in this category are not to exceed $395 for partners and $75 for paralegals. The Board Attorney's Office may negotiate lower rates with the approved firms, in order to obtain the best rate available.

GRAY ROBINSON, P.A.
301 E PINE STREET, SUITE 1400
ORLANDO, FLORIDA 32801

OWNER/OFFICER: MARYANNE DOWNS, PRESIDENT

KELLEY KRONENBERG
8201 PETERS ROAD, SUITE 4000
FT. LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA 33324

OWNER/OFFICER: KAREN M. GILMARTIN, PRINCIPAL PARTNER

QUINTAIROS, PRIETO, WOOD & BOYER, P.A.
9300 S DADELAND BLVD., 4TH FLOOR
MIAMI, FLORIDA 33156
OWNER/OFFICER: GEORGE F. QUINTAIROS, PARTNER

2. AUTHORIZE Procurement Management Services to award the contract up to the total estimated amount with the above selected law firms at hourly rates that are not to exceed $140 for partners,$125 for associates, $75 for paralegals, $180 for complex litigation for partners, and $250 for complex commercial litigation for partners in General Liability; $125 for partners and $75 for paralegals, and $150 for complex cases in Workers' Compensation; $295 for partners and $75 for paralegals in Construction; $395 for partners and $75 for paralegals in Real Estate.

E-146 AWARD REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS RFP-17-004-CH – TESTING PLATFORM SERVICES (revised 2)

RECOMMENDED: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida:

1. AWARD REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS NO. RFP-17-004-CH – TESTING PLATFORM SERVICES, for a web-based assessment item bank and test platform, with an initial effective date of July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2021, and may, by mutual agreement between The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, and the successful bidder, be extended for two (2) additional one (1) year extension periods thereto, as follows:

PRIMARY:

PERFORMANCE MATTERS LLC
7730 SOUTH UNION PARK AVE, STE 500
SANDY, UTAH 84047
OWNER/OFFICER: JOHN BLAHA, CEO

SUB-CONTRACTOR:

IPHONE AND IPAD WAREHOUSE LLC MBE/MWBE
18149 NE 19th AVE
NORTH MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA 33162
OWNER/OFFICER: BRIAN A. FARRELL, MANAGER
AFRICAN AMERICAN

Year 1 @ $1,766,785.00
Years 2 & 3 @ $1,549,185.00
Key Data Systems Content @$1.37 per student

ALTERNATE:

ILLUMINATE EDUCATION INC.
6531 IRVINE CENTER DR #100
IRVINE, CALIFORNIA 92618
OWNER/OFFICER: MAX CARNECCHIA, CEO

Year 1 @ $1,743,562.00
Years 2 & 3 @ $1,648,562.00
Key Data Systems Content@ $1.35 per student

2. AUTHORIZE Procurement Management Services to award the contract up to the total estimated amount of $6,700,000 for the initial contract term, and an amount not to exceed $2,150,000 for each subsequent one (1) year extension period(s). Board authorization of this recommendation does not guarantee any estimated quantities will be purchased.

Because of a pending bid protest on the Testing Platform Services product, a finalized contract will not be entered into on said product until such time as the bid protest is resolved. If the protest is not resolved the award with the recommended vendors on this Testing Platform Services product will be stayed until the conclusion of the protest.

E-147 AWARD REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS ITB-17-016-CV – DISASTER DEBRIS REMOVAL MONITORING AND RECOVERY SERVICES (revised)

RECOMMENDED: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida:

1. AWARD INVITATION TO BID NO. ITB-17-016-CV – DISASTER DEBRIS REMOVAL MONITORING AND RECOVERY SERVICES, to support the oversight and management of debris removal and provide disaster response and recovery services, with an initial effective date of June 20, 2018 through June 19, 2020, and may, by mutual agreement between The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, and the successful bidder, be extended for three (3) additional one (1) year extension periods thereto, as follows:

PRIMARY:

ALPHA1 STAFFING/SEARCH FIRM LLC     M/WBE
3350 SW 148TH AVE., SUITE110
MIRAMAR, FLORIDA 33027
OWNER/OFFICER: GARRIE J. HARRIS, PRESIDENT
AFRICAN-AMERICAN

Project Manager@ $80 per hour
Operations Manager @ $60 per hour
Field Supervisor @ $50 per hour
Debris Site/Tower Monitor@ $40 per hour
Load/ Site Tower Monitor@ $40 per hour
Field Coordinator (Crew Monitor) @ $50 per hour Load Ticket Data Entry Clerks @ $27 per hour
Billing/Invoice Analysts @ $46 per hour Environmental Specialists @ $60 per hour
GIS Analyst@ $59 per hour
Administrative Assistant @ $26 per hour

ALTERNATE:

DISASTER PROGRAM & OPERATIONS, INC.
10033 SAWGRASS DRIVE W, SUITE 121
PONTE VEDRA BEACH, FLORIDA 32082
OWNER/OFFICER: GABRIELLE BENIGNI, PRESIDENT

Project Manager@ $86 per hour
Operations Manager@ $76 per hour
Field Supervisor@ $55 per hour
Debris Site/Tower Monitor@ $43 per hour
Load/ Site Tower Monitor@ $40 per hour
Field Coordinator (Crew Monitor) @ $49 per hour
Load Ticket Data Entry Clerks @ $25 per hour
Billing/Invoice Analysts@ $40 per hour
Environmental Specialists @ $60 per hour
GIS Analyst @ $60 per hour
Administrative Assistant@ $25 per hour

2. AUTHORIZE Procurement Management Services to purchase oversight and management of debris removal and provide disaster response and recovery services, subject to the availability of funding, for the initial contract term, and for each subsequent extension period. Board authorization of this recommendation does not guarantee any estimated quantities will be purchased.

E-148 AWARD REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS ITB-17-015-CV – EMERGENCY DEBRIS AND HAZARDOUS TREE REMOVAL (revised)

RECOMMENDED: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida:

1. AWARD INVITATION TO BID NO. ITB-17-015-CV – EMERGENCY DEBRIS AND HAZARDOUS TREE REMOVAL, to provide emergency debris and hazardous tree removal services, with an initial effective date of June 20, 2018 through June 19, 2020, and may, by mutual agreement between The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, and the successful bidder, be extended for three (3) additional one (1) year extension periods thereto, as follows:

A. ABLE BUSINESS SERVICES, INC. SBE/MWBE
1234 NW 79TH STREET
MIAMI, FL 33147
OWNER/OFFICER: WILLIAM L. BERRY, PRESIDENT
AFRICAN AMERICAN

B. ATLANTIC TREE CARE, LLC
22975 SW 182 AVENUE
MIAMI, FL 33170
OWNER/OFFICER: RODGER CROUSE, AUTHORIZED MEMBER

C. CUSTOM TREE CARE, INC.
3722 SW SPRING CREEK LANE
TOPEKA, KS 66610
OWNER/OFFICER: GREG GATHERS, PRESIDENT

D. FLORIDA COAST SERVICES, INC.
6664 SWEET MAPLE LANE
BOCA RATON, FL 33433
OWNER/OFFICER: DONNA M. MULGREW, VICE PRESIDENT

E. G 7 HOLDINGS, INC. SBE/MWBE
8600 NW 36TH AVENUE, SUITE 200
MIAMI, FL 33147
OWNER/OFFICER: GREGORY R. DAVIS, DIRECTOR
HISPANIC AMERICAN

F. LAWN MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATES, CORP.
12900 SW 122ND AVENUE
MIAMI, FL 33186
OWNER/OFFICER: JORGE L. PRIETO, PRESIDENT

G. NATIONAL CONSTRUCTION & ENVIRONMENTAL MBE/MWBE
FORENSICS, LLC
396 NW 159TH STREET
MIAMI, FL 33169
OWNER/OFFICER: SYLVIO DESTINVAL, MANAGER
AFRICAN AMERICAN

H. SFM SERVICES, INC.
9700 NW 79TH AVE.
HIALEAH GARDENS, FL 33016
OWNER/OFFICER: CHRISTIAN H. INFANTE, PRESIDENT

I. SUPERIOR LANDSCAPING & LAWN SERVICE INC.
2200 NW 23RD AVE
MIAMI, FL 33142
OWNER/OFFICER: ORLANDO OTERO, PRESIDENT

J. T.F.R. ENTERPRISES, INC.
601 LEANDER DR
LEANDER, TX 78641
OWNER/OFFICER: TIPTON F. ROWLAND, PRESIDENT

2. AUTHORIZE Procurement Management Services to award the contract to provide emergency debris and hazardous tree removal services, subject to the availability of funding, for the initial contract term, and for each subsequent extension period. Board authorization of this recommendation does not guarantee any estimated quantities will be purchased.

F. FACILITIES AND CONSTRUCTION

F-1 THAT THE SCHOOL BOARD OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, APPROVE THE 2018-2023 EDUCATIONAL PLANT SURVEY (“SURVEY”)

RECOMMENDED: That the School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida:

1. approve the 2018-2023 Educational Plant Survey (“Survey”);

2. authorize the Superintendent to submit the Survey to the Florida Department of Education, as required by Section 1013.31 Florida Statutes; and

3. authorize the Superintendent to process all future Survey modifications and/or updates, as may be required.

F-3 THAT THE SCHOOL BOARD OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, AUTHORIZE THE SALE OF AN APPROXIMATE 18.4-ACRE UNIMPROVED BOARD-OWNED PARCEL, LOCATED AT S.W. 132 AVENUE AND S.W. 272 STREET, UNINCORPORATED MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA (“PARCEL”), TO MIAMI-DADE COUNTY (“COUNTY”) FOR PRESERVATION PURPOSES PURSUANT TO THE COUNTY’S ENVIRONMENTALLY ENDANGERED LANDS (“E.E.L”) PROGRAM, AT A SALE PRICE OF $2,050,000

RECOMMENDED: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida:

1. authorize the sale of an approximate 18.4-acre unimproved Board-owned parcel, located at S.W. 132 Avenue and S.W. 272 Street, unincorporated Miami-Dade County, Florida (“Parcel”), to Miami-Dade County (“County”) for preservation purposes pursuant to the County’s Environmentally Endangered Lands (“E.E.L.”) Program, at a sale price of $2,050,000;

2. adopt Resolution No. 18-010, designating the Parcel unnecessary for educational purposes, and approving its conveyance to Miami-Dade County for preservation purposes, which Resolution shall be automatically rescinded in the event negotiations for sale of the Parcel are not finalized, or any of the pre-conditions to Closing are not met; and

3. authorize the Superintendent to finalize negotiations and execute a Purchase And Sale Agreement and any other document(s) required to effectuate the sale of the Parcel.

F-4 THAT THE SCHOOL BOARD OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, AUTHORIZE THE SUPERINTENDENT TO FINALIZE NEGOTIATIONS AND EXECUTE A SUBLEASE AGREEMENT (“SUBLEASE”) WITH THE FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY BOARD OF TRUSTEES (“FIU”), TO ALLOW THE SCHOOL BOARD TO CONSTRUCT A NEW EDUCATIONAL FACILITY ON THE FIU BISCAYNE BAY CAMPUS, LOCATED AT 3000 N.E. 151 STREET, NORTH MIAMI, FLORIDA, FOR THE CONTINUED OPERATION OF THE SCHOOL BOARD’S MAST @ FIU EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM AT THE BISCAYNE BAY CAMPUS

RECOMMENDED: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Superintendent to finalize negotiations and execute:

1) a Sublease Agreement (“Sublease”) with the Florida International University Board of Trustees (“FIU”), to allow the School Board to construct a new educational facility on the FIU Biscayne Bay Campus, located at 3000 N.E. 151 Street, North Miami, Florida, for the continued operation of the School Board’s MAST @ FIU educational program at the Biscayne Bay Campus, under, substantially, the terms and conditions noted in the agenda item;

2) any other documents or agreements that may be required to effectuate implementation of the Sublease Agreement; and

3) any amendments to the Sublease within the authority granted to the Superintendent by the School Board in the Sublease, and to grant or deny all approvals required under the Sublease, including those related to construction of the educational facility, and for renewing, extending, cancelling or terminating the Sublease, and placing FIU in default, as may be applicable.

F-5 AUTHORIZATION FOR THE SUPERINTENDENT TO EXECUTE AN AMENDMENT TO THE LEASE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE SCHOOL BOARD AND THE MIAMI-DADE FOUNDATION FOR EDUCATIONAL INNOVATION, INC. (“MDFEI”), TO AUTHORIZE THE INSTALLATION OF THREE ADDITIONAL PORTABLE CLASSROOMS FOR THE OPERATION OF A DISTRICT-MANAGED CHARTER SCHOOL AT 1080 LA BARON DRIVE, MIAMI SPRINGS, FLORIDA

RECOMMENDED: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Superintendent to:

1) execute an amendment to the Lease Agreement between the School Board and The Miami-Dade Foundation for Educational Innovation (“MDFEI”), to authorize installation of three additional portable classrooms for the operation of a District-managed Charter School at 1080 La Baron Drive, Miami Springs, and under, substantially, the terms and conditions noted in the agenda item;

2) execute amendments to the Lease Agreement within the authority granted to the Superintendent by the Board in the Lease Agreement; and

3) grant or deny all approvals required under the Lease Agreement, including cancelling or terminating the Lease Agreement, and placing MDFEI in default, as may be applicable.

F-6 THAT THE SCHOOL BOARD OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, AUTHORIZE THE SUPERINTENDENT TO FINALIZE NEGOTIATIONS AND EXECUTE A LICENSE AGREEMENT WITH INFINITY ESPANOLA HOTEL VENTURES, LLC (“INFINITY”), TO INCLUDE INDEMNIFICATION AND MAINTENANCE PROVISIONS IN CONNECTION WITH IMPROVEMENTS TO BE CONSTRUCTED BY INFINITY ON A PORTION OF THE FIENBERG FISHER K-8 CENTER CAMPUS, LOCATED AT 1420 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, 33139

RECOMMENDED: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Superintendent to finalize negotiations and execute:

1) a License Agreement with Infinity Espanola Hotel Ventures, LLC (“Infinity”), to include indemnification and maintenance provisions in connection with improvements to be constructed by Infinity on a portion of the Fienberg Fisher K-8 Center Campus, located at 1420 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, 33139, under, substantially, the terms and conditions noted in the agenda item; and

2) any other documents or agreements that may be required to effectuate implementation of the Access Agreement or License Agreement; and

3) any amendments to the License Agreement within the authority granted to the Superintendent by the School Board in the License Agreement, and to grant or deny all approvals required under the License Agreement, including canceling or terminating the License Agreement, and placing Infinity in default, as may be applicable.

F-26 COMMISSION OF SR ARCHITECTS, P.A., AS ARCHITECT/ENGINEER FOR PART 1 SERVICES (PROGRAM/MASTER PLAN) FOR GENERAL OBLIGATION BOND FUNDED RENOVATIONS AT EVERGLADES K-8 CENTER, LOCATED AT 8375 S.W. 16 STREET, MIAMI, FLORIDA 33155, PROJECT NUMBER 01424800

RECOMMENDED: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, commission SR Architects, P.A., as Architect/Engineer for Part 1 Services (Program/Master Plan) for General Obligation Bond Funded Renovations at Everglades K-8 Center, located at 8375 S.W. 16 Street, Miami, Florida 33155, Project Number 01424800, as follows:

1) A lump sum fee of $19,800 for Part 1 services; and

2) Fees, preliminary project scope and all terms and conditions as set forth in the Agreement and the body of the agenda item.

F-27 COMMISSION OF GILI-MCGRAW ARCHITECTS, L.L.P., AS ARCHITECT/ENGINEER OF RECORD (A/E), SHELTERED MARKET SMALL BUSINESS ENTERPRISE, FOR PART 2 (FULL A/E) SERVICES FOR GENERAL OBLIGATION BOND FUNDED RENOVATIONS AT CORAL WAY K-8 CENTER, LOCATED AT 1950 S.W. 13 AVENUE, MIAMI, FLORIDA 33145, PROJECT NUMBER 01528300

RECOMMENDED: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, commission Gili-McGraw Architects, L.L.P., as Architect/Engineer of Record (A/E) Sheltered Market Small Business Enterprise, for Part 2 (Full A/E) Services for General Obligation Bond funded Renovations at Coral Way K-8 Center, located at 1950 S.W. 13 Avenue, Miami, Florida 33145, Project Number 01528300, as follows:

1) A lump sum fee of $177,325 for Part 2 services; and

2) Project scope and all terms and conditions as set forth in the Agreement and the body of the agenda item.

F-29 COMMISSIONING OF LINK CONSTRUCTION GROUP, INC., AS CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AT-RISK FIRM FOR GENERAL OBLIGATION BOND FUNDED RENOVATIONS PROJECT AT EVERGLADES K-8 CENTER, PROJECT NUMBER 01424800

RECOMMENDED: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, commission Link Construction Group, Inc., as the Construction Management at-Risk firm for General Obligation Bond Funded Renovations project at Everglades K-8 Center, located at 8375 S.W. 16 Street, Miami, Florida 33155, Project Number 0142800, as follows:

1) Lump sum fee of $26,000 for CMR Pre-construction Services;

2) Project scope, support fee of $4,500 during programming; and

3) all terms and conditions as set forth in the Agreement and the body of the agenda item.

F-40 CHANGE ORDER CONFIRMATION OR APPROVAL

RECOMMENDED:   That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, confirm or approve:

B-1.  Change Order Number 1 on Project Number 01649000, New Secondary Facility in Northeast Miami- Dade, Dr. Michael M. Krop Senior High School, for an additional cost of $83,707.77.

F-41 AWARD GUARANTEED MAXIMUM PRICE TO OHL BUILDING, INC., FOR THE GENERAL OBLIGATION BOND FUNDED RENOVATIONS AND REPAIRS PROJECT AT SOUTHWEST MIAMI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL; LOCATED AT 8855 S.W. 50 TERRACE, MIAMI, FLORIDA 33165; PROJECT NUMBER 01425600

RECOMMENDED: That the School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida award the Guaranteed Maximum Price to OHL Building, Inc. for the General Obligation Bond funded renovations and repairs project at Southwest Miami Senior High School, located at 8855 S.W. 50 Terrace, Miami, Florida 33165; Project Number 01425600, in the amount of $11,190,110.00, which includes owner’s contingency in the amount of $552,236.00.

F-80 AUTHORIZATION TO APPROVE THE PREQUALIFICATION OF CONTRACTORS FOR EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES CONSTRUCTION

RECOMMENDED: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida: approve six (6) delineated applications for contractor prequalification for a period of one (1) year.

G. SCHOOL BOARD ATTORNEY

G-1 FINAL READING: PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO POLICY 6840, AUDIT AND BUDGET ADVISORY COMMITTEE

RECOMMENDED: The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, adopt the proposed amendment to Board Policy 6840, Audit and Budget Advisory Committee, and authorize the Superintendent to file the amended policy with The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, to be effective June 20, 2018.

G-2 MIAMI-DADE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD v. KIA PARKER, DOAH Case No. 17-5797

RECOMMENDED: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, approve the proposed Agreement in the case of THE SCHOOL BOARD OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY FLORIDA v. KIA PARKER, DOAH Case No. 17-5797, suspending Respondent for five (5) workdays without pay.

H. OFFICE OF SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS

Proposed Board Member Initiatives

H-1 CONCERNS REGARDING CHILDREN BEING DETAINED AT THE HOMESTEAD TEMPORARY SHELTER FOR UNACCOMPANIED CHILDREN (good cause)

ACTION PROPOSED BY CHAIR PERLA TABARES HANTMAN: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida,

1. Support the Miami-Dade County Congressional Delegation in their efforts to provide for the wellbeing of children detained at the Homestead Temporary Shelter For Unaccompanied Children; and

2. Support the Superintendent in his efforts to ensure that these children receive educational services that they are entitled to under the Florida Constitution.

H-3 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES FOR IMMIGRANT STUDENTS (revised)

ACTION PROPOSED BY DR. STEVE GALLON III: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, direct the Superintendent to:

1. review the School Board Policies, including but not limited to 5112---Entrance Requirements, 2260---Nondiscrimination and Access to Equal Educational Opportunity, and 2226---Bilingual Education/Foreign Languages, as they relate to the enrollment practices as well as educational and related services provided to immigrant students in M-DCPS;

2. work with the School Board Attorney’s Office to review, discuss, and clarify relevant Board Policy, state statute, consent decrees, and federal law relating to enrollment and the provision of educational services to immigrant students in M-DCPS;

3. codify guidelines and procedures for the enrollment and provision of educational services for newly arrived immigrant students in M-DCPS;

4. meet with school principals, counselors, region and district staff, and the Diversity, Equity, and Access Committee (DEEAC) staff to review, discuss, and clarify guidelines for the enrollment and provision of educational and related services provided to immigrant students in M-DCPS;

5. develop a plan and process to assess and evaluate programs designed to support and provide educational and related services to newly arrived immigrant students in M-DCPS and provide an annual report to the Board on educational impact, outcomes, and opportunities for improvement;

6. make policy recommendations and/or amendments, as appropriate; and

7. provide update to the Board on the above mentioned no later than the School Board Meeting of September 5, 2018.

H-4 AUTHORIZE THE SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS TO REVIEW THE POSSIBLE IMPLEMENTATION OF METAL DETECTORS AND THE APPLICATION OF LIMITED SCHOOL ENTRY POINTS AS POTENTIAL SECURITY ENHANCEMENTS IN MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS (M-DCPS) (revised)

ACTION PROPOSED BY MS. MARIA TERESA ROJAS: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Superintendent of Schools to:

1. seek the assistance of the School Board Attorney to define any legal issues related to the implementation of metal detectors in schools;

2. review the random metal detector program being implemented in M-DCPS;

3. establish a Task Force comprised of students, teachers, principals, assistant principals, school police, representatives from the labor unions and employee organizations, the PTA/PTSA, members of the districtwide safety and security committee, and interested community members to review the concept of installing metal detectors in schools, including timelines, staffing, potential sources of funding, estimated costs and the feasibility of implementing limited entry points at schools;

4. provide the recommendations from the Superintendent, the School Board Attorney, and the Task Force to the School Board by October 10, 2018; and

5. amend, if deemed appropriate, the Board's legislative priorities, at both the State and Federal levels, to include a request for 1 funding metal detectors in school buildings as a safety and security measure..

H-5 CENSUS 2020 (revised)

ACTION PROPOSED BY LUBBY NAVARRO: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, amend its Federal Legislative Program to support:

1) increased federal funding to the United States Census Bureau for the 2020 Census; and,
2) the opposition of the inclusion of the citizenship question on the 2020 decennial Census and communicate said action to the Federal Administration and other District stakeholders.

H-6 SCHOOL BOARD ENDORSEMENT OF THE WHITE HOUSE “BE BEST” CHILDREN’S WELL- BEING INITIATIVE

ACTION PROPOSED BY LUBBY NAVARRO: That The School Board of Miami Dade County, Florida endorse The White House BE BEST Children’s Well-Being Initiative.

H-7 AUTHORIZE THE SUPERINTENDENT TO UTILIZE THE DISTRICT’S COMMUNICATION RESOURCES TO RAISE COMMUNITY AWARENESS OF FLORIDA’S SALES TAX HOLIDAY AND THE FLORIDA TEACHERS CLASSROOM SUPPLY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (revised)

ACTION PROPOSED BY CHAIR PERLA TABARES HANTMAN: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Superintendent to utilize the District’s communication resources to raise community awareness of Florida’s upcoming sales tax holiday scheduled for August 3-5, 2018 and the Florida Teachers Classroom Assistance Program.

H-8 PROTOCOL (revised)

ACTION PROPOSED BY LUBBY NAVARRO: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Superintendent to:

1) conduct a review of the implementation of "Protocol Guidelines for Official School Board Events" with an emphasis on School Board Members' ceremonial proclamations, awards, recognitions at District events and other similar recognitions; and

2) establish a protocol guideline for board assistants who are representing a Board Member at events; and

3) based on said review, make any necessary revisions to the "Protocol Guidelines for Official School Board Events" and issue a revised manual by August 2018, as appropriate.

H-9 SCHOOL BOARD ENDORSEMENT OF THE FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION’S EDUCATION CAMPAIGN ON THE CONSEQUENCES OF POSTING HOAX THREATS TO SCHOOLS AND OTHER PUBLIC PLACES

ACTION PROPOSED BY LUBBY NAVARRO: That The School Board of Miami Dade County, Florida, endorse The Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Education Campaign on the Consequences of Posting Hoax Threats to Schools and Other Public Places.

H-10 PARTNERSHIPS WITH MUNICIPALITIES TO EXPLORE THE DEPLOYMENT OF POLICE OFFICERS TO SUPPORT STUDENT SAFETY AND COMPLIANCE WITH MARJORY STONEMAN DOUGLAS HIGH SCHOOL PUBLIC SAFETY ACT, SB 7026 (revised)

ACTION PROPOSED BY DR. STEVE GALLON III: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida direct the Superintendent to:

1. meet with the FOP and local municipalities to review and discuss the requirements of MSDHSPSA/SB 7026 and receive feedback and recommendations regarding potential partnerships; and

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4. provide an update of the plan to establish partnerships with Miami-Dade County and local municipalities to ensure that each school has a safe­school officer pursuant to both the State funding allocation and requirements of MSDHS/SB 7026, inclusive of a cost benefit analysis at the School Board meeting of August 15, 2018.

H-11 2018 HURRICANE SEASON PREPARATION UPDATE (revised)

ACTION PROPOSED BYDR. STEVE GALLON III: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida directs the Superintendent to provide an update to the Board, via a presentation, on any new, revised, and/or enhanced plans for the pre-hurricane preparation and evacuation process that resulted from post-Hurricane Irma Board items approved by the School Board and those which may have been developed and adopted by the Superintendent at a School Board Committee and/or Public Board Meeting by the Board Meeting of August 15, 2018.

H-13 PRIORITY CONSIDERATION FOR RETIRED POLICE OFFICERS FROM LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES AND MILITARY VETERANS (revised)

ACTION PROPOSED BY MS. SUSIE V. CASTILLO: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Superintendent to review if feasible, awarding retired police officers from local law enforcement agencies and military veterans priority consideration for vacant positions within the Miami-Dade Schools Police Department and also for positions to be filled for compliance with the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Act, SB 7026.

H-14 COMPARABLE FACILITIES FOR STUDENTS (withdrawn)

ACTION PROPOSED BY DR. DOROTHY BENDROSS-MINDINGALL: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, request that the Superintendent review current facilities leasing and contracting practices and establish guidelines, if necessary, to ensure that in those instances where the District leases a portion of an existing school site, the upkeep, maintenance, and aesthetics of the entire school are comparable and equal to those of the premises being leased.

H-15 STOP THE BLEED TRAINING PROGRAM (revised)

ACTION PROPOSED BY MS. MARIA TERESA ROJAS: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Superintendent of Schools to explore the feasibility of collaborating with Nicklaus Children’s Hospital in Miami, Florida to implement the Stop the Bleed Training Program, at no cost to the district, during the 2018-2019 school year and report back to the Board by September 5, 2018.

H-16 R E S P E C T TEACHERS CAMPAIGN (revised)

ACTION PROPOSED BY MS. MARIA TERESA ROJAS: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Superintendent of Schools to develop and implement the R E S P E C T Teachers Campaign in Miami-Dade County Public Schools during the 2018-2019 school year and report back to the Board by September 5, 2018.

H-17 SEPARATION OF FAMILIES (good cause)

ACTION PROPOSED BY DR. LAWRENCE S. FELDMAN: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, approve Resolution 18-044 of The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, encouraging lawmakers to work towards a swift and humane resolution that seeks to end the separation of families under the 'zero tolerance' initiative and ensure the well-being of children and families; and authorize the Superintendent's transmittal of Resolution18-044 to Congressional Members representing Miami-Dade County.

Board Member Discussion Issues/New Business

I. OFFICE OF SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS

I-1 CORRESPONDENCE, REPORTS, AND OTHER INFORMATION

Individual Board members may present correspondence addressed to them, reports from various committees on which they serve as School Board Liaison and other education-related information of interest to the public. This item is pre-taped and will be aired upon conclusion of the Board meeting.

ADJOURNMENT

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