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Board of Education Meeting - Feb 21, 2018

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Meeting Date & Time: Wednesday, February 21, 2018, 5:00 PM
Where: John Milne Community Board Room, Alice and Bruce King Educational Complex, 6400 Uptown Blvd. NE
Minutes: Minutes
Agenda Packet: Packet
Meeting Posted On: 08/12/2017, 6:26 PM
Agenda Posted On: 02/16/2018, 2:55 PM
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Board of Education Meeting

Agenda
Wednesday, February 21, 2018 at 5:00 PM
John Milne Community Board Room, Alice and Bruce King Educational Complex, 6400 Uptown Blvd. NE

I.

Call to Order

A.

Pledge of Allegiance and Moment of   Silence

B.

Roll Call

II.

Adoption of the   February 21, 2018, Board of Education Meeting Agenda and Approval of the   February 7, 2018, Board of Education Meeting Minutes (Discussion/Action)

III.

Recognition of   Students, Staff and Community

A.

Celebration of Students, Staff and   Community Partners

1.

Recognition of the District   Spelling Bee Winners and Volunteers

2.

Recognition of Food and Nutrition   Services for Stepping Up to Help Another Department in Need

3.

Recognition of Community Partners   Who Supported KOATS for Kids

4.

Recognition of the Charter School   Renewal Team

IV.

Public Forum

V.

Superintendent's   Report

VI.

Special Issues

A.

Legislative Update (Discussion)
  Presenter: Dr. Joseph Escobedo, Interim Government Affairs Liaison

B.

Update of Fiscal Year 2019 Budget   (Discussion)
  Presenters: Tami Coleman, Chief Financial Officer, and Teresa Scott,   Executive Director, Budget and Strategic Planning

C.

Consideration   for Certification and Approval of Most Rigorous Intervention (MRI)   Applications and Assurances for Three Elementary Schools (Discussion/Action)
  Presenters: Dr. Gabriella Blakey, Associate Superintendent, Zone 1; Dr. G.   Antonio Gonzales, Associate Superintendent, Zone 2; Yvonne Garcia, Associate   Superintendent, Zone 3; and Troy Hughes, Associate Superintendent, Zone 4

1.

Hawthorne Elementary School

2.

Los Padillas Elementary School

3.

Whittier Elementary School

D.

Consideration for Certification   and Approval of Grant Applications and Assurances to the New  Mexico   Public Education Department for Qualifying Comprehensive Support and   Improvement (CSI) Schools (Discussion/Action)
  Presenters: Dr. Gabriella Blakey, Associate Superintendent, Zone 1; Dr. G.   Antonio Gonzales, Associate Superintendent, Zone 2; Yvonne Garcia, Associate   Superintendent, Zone 3; and Troy Hughes, Associate Superintendent, Zone 4

1.

Del Norte High School

2.

Freedom High School

3.

Hayes Middle School

4.

Highland High School

5.

Janet Kahn School of Integrated   Arts

6.

La Luz Elementary School

7.

Manzano High School

8.

Mary Ann Binford Elementary School

9.

McKinley Middle School

10.

Navajo Elementary School

11.

New Futures High School

12.

Rio Grande High School

13.

School on Wheels

14.

Van Buren Middle School

15.

Washington Middle School

16.

West Mesa High School

17.

Wilson Middle School

E.

Consideration for Certification   and Approval of the Comprehensive Support and Improvement Schools (CSI)   Grants for Charter Schools and Assurances (Discussion/Action)
  Presenters: Deborah Elder, Executive Director, Office of Innovation and   School Choice, and Dr. Joseph Escobedo, Director, Office of Innovation and   School Choice

1.

ACE (Architecture Construction and   Engineering) Leadership High School

2.

Albuquerque Talent and Development   Academy

3.

Digital Arts and Technology   Academy

4.

Gordon Bernell Charter School

5.

Health Leadership High School

6.

Los Puentes Charter School

7.

Nuestros Valores Charter School

8.

RFK Charter School

F.

Consideration for Certification   and Approval of Grant Application and Assurances to the New Mexico Public   Education Department for Direct Student Services (DSS) for Qualifying Schools   Designated as Targeted Support and Improvement (TSI) (Discussion/Action)
  Presenters: Dr. Gabriella Blakey, Associate Superintendent, Zone 1; Dr. G.   Antonio Gonzales, Associate Superintendent, Zone 2; Yvonne Garcia, Associate   Superintendent, Zone 3; and Troy Hughes, Associate Superintendent, Zone 4

G.

Board Members Share Highlights   from the New Mexico School Boards Association 2018 Board Member   Institute (Discussion)

VII.

Approval of Consent   Calendar Items (Discussion/Action)

A.

Consideration for Approval of   Capital Outlay, Property and Technology Matters (Discussion/Action)

1.

Approval of Design Development of   the Proposed New Facility for Lowell West Complex

2.

Approval of Board of Education   Authorization to Grant Public Water Line Easement Required for the   Infrastructure to Serve Mountain View Elementary School Site at 5317 2nd   Street., Southwest

B.

Consideration for Approval of   Finance Matters (Discussion/Action)

1.

Approval of Budget   Adjustments to Existing Grant Budgets for the Following Funds

a.

24162-418 Student Support and   Academic Enrichment, $64,103

b.

26190-607 Kirtland Korner, $9,362

2.

Approval of Inter-Function   Transfers for Grant Management for  the Month of January 2018

3.

Approval of Intra-Function   Transfers for Grant Management for the Month of January 2018

4.

Approval of Permanent Cash   Transfer Request from Operational Fund to the Existing Grant Budgets

5.

Approval of Budget   Adjustment Request Rental Fee and Adjustment to the Fleet Service Contract   for the Herrera School Buses Incorporated

6.

Approval of Budget Adjustment   Request Rental Fee and Adjustment to the Fleet Service Contract for the   Albert Sanchez Jr., School Bus Co.

7.

Approval of RFP #18-008KN Leveled   Bookrooms

8.

Approval of Cash   Disbursements for January 2018

9.

Approval of Statement of   Equipment Taken out of Service November 1-30, 2017

10.

Approval of Statement of Capital   Asset Cost Reduction due to the Negotiated Sale of Portables as of January   15, 2018

11.

Approval of Fiscal Year 2018   Operational Fund Inter-Function Transfers for January, for All   Non-Categorical Funds

12.

Approval of Fiscal Year 2018   Intra-Function Transfers for January, All Non-Categorical Funds

VIII.

Board Member   Comments

IX.

President's Report

X.

Announcement of   Upcoming Board Meetings

A.

The next Board of Education   meeting will be held on Wednesday, March 7, 2018, at 5:00 p.m., in the John   Milne Community Board Room of the Alice and Bruce King Educational   Complex, 6400 Uptown Blvd NE.

B.

The next Special Board of   Education meeting will be held on Monday, February 26, 2018 , at 7:30   a.m., in the DeLayo Martin Community Room of the Alice and Bruce King   Educational Complex, 6400 Uptown Blvd NE.

XI.

Consideration for   Approval to Convene in Executive Session Pursuant to the Open Meetings Act   NMSA 1978 (§ 10-15-1 (H)(7)) for the Purpose of Discussing Matters Pertaining   to Pending Litigation and Attorney Client Privilege Related to Higgins as GAL   for B.P., a minor child v. APS, et. al., CIV 17-00234 RB/LF    (Discussion/Action)

XII.

Reconvene to Open   Session

XIII.

Statement of Closure

XIV.

Adjournment

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