Board Agendas

  • 08/23/2018 - 5:30PM - Board Meeting
    Annie Merts Center
    200 White Street

    Attendees:

    Voting MembersPosition
    Elisa FerrellChair
    Walker McGinnisCo-Chair
    Beth WilderBoard Member
    Michelle WatkinsBoard Member
    Pam HillBoard Member
    OtherPosition
    Christie FinleySuperintendent

    The Huntsville City Board of Education met in the boardroom on the above date at 5:33 p.m.

    Members present were the President, Ms. Elisa Ferrell; Vice-President, Mr. Walker McGinnis; Ms. Beth Wilder; Ms. Michelle Watkins and Ms. Pam Hill. A quorum was present. Also present were the Superintendent, Ms. Christie Finley; School Board Attorney, Mr. J.R. Brooks; members of the central office staff; and interested citizens.

    The meeting was called to order by the President and the Moment of Silent Reflection was led by the President. Paige Heller, Challenger Middle School student led the Pledge of Allegiance. 

    There being no further business, the meeting adjourned at 6:06 p.m.

    • MOMENT OF SILENT REFLECTION
    • PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
    • SPECIAL SESSION
      • PESG Update - ITEM REMOVED - NO ACTION TAKEN - DISCUSSION BY THE BOARD AND SUPT.
      • Football MOU

        The Superintendent recommended approval of the Memorandum of Agreement between the Huntsville City Schools ETV and WAFF, LLC.

        Vote Motioned By: Walker McGinnis
        Vote Seconded By: Beth Wilder
        Michelle Watkins: Yea
        Beth Wilder: Yea
        Elisa Ferrell: Yea
        Walker McGinnis: Yea
        Pam Hill: Yea
      • Model Schools Contract Revision

        The Superintendent recommended approval of the Services Agreement between Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company, a Massachusetts corporation of which the International Center for Leadership in Education is a Division, and the Huntsville City Board of Education.

        Vote Motioned By: Beth Wilder
        Vote Seconded By: Walker McGinnis
        Michelle Watkins: Yea
        Beth Wilder: Yea
        Elisa Ferrell: Yea
        Walker McGinnis: Yea
        Pam Hill: Yea
    • ACTION ITEMS
      • Approval of the July 24, 2018 Board Meeting and August 9, 2018 Work Session
      • CONSENT AGENDA

        The Superintendent recommended approval of the Consent Agenda consisting of Gifts to Schools and BIDS:

        Bid # 18-063, CNP- Ice Cream – NEW BID -Awarded to Purity Dairies, LLC of Nashville, TN

        This bid is in place for our Child Nutrition Program to order ice cream products.  These items will be served in all district cafeterias during the lunch period. All items meet the “Smart Snack” Nutritional Guidelines and are compliant with USDA Smart Snack standards. The extended total yearly pricing for all items is $54,924.15. This amount will fluctuate depending on how much CNP will purchase over the course of the 2018-19 school year.

        Bid #18-064, Striping & Sealing of Parking Lots – RENEWAL -Awarded to Southern Sealing and Services of Huntsville, AL

        This bid is the first one-year option renewal of Bid #17-081. It is issued at the request of the Maintenance Director to use when there is a need for labor and custom signs for our parking lots throughout the district. The bid items consist of a variety of amenities to include handicap symbols, directional arrows, curb paint, lettering, pedestrian crosswalk, sealing of asphalt and or crack filling and standard and custom parking signs. All purchases for this contract will be done on an as needed basis. The total extended bid price for all items is $2,108.50. The total extended bid price will vary depending on the frequency and quantity of the items purchased.

        Bid #18-065, HVAC Filter Maintenance – RENEWAL - -Awarded to Pure Air Filter Sales & Service of Greenwood, Mississippi

        This bid is the second one-year option renewal of original Bid # 16-074. It is in place to service approximately 6,200 filters in our HVAC units located throughout the district. The bid consists of unit prices for each size filter and the costs to change them out. The services are provided six times per year. The total extended bid price for this service and all filters is $18,402.55.

        Vote Motioned By: Pam Hill
        Vote Seconded By: Beth Wilder
        Michelle Watkins: Yea
        Beth Wilder: Yea
        Elisa Ferrell: Yea
        Walker McGinnis: Yea
        Pam Hill: Yea
        • Gifts to Schools
        • BIDS:
          • NEW BID #18-063 - CNP Ice Cream
          • Bid #18-064 - Striping and Sealing of Parking Lots - Renewal of Bid #17-081
          • Bid #18-065 - HVAC Filter Maintenance - Renewal of Bid #16-074
    • NEW BUSINESS
      • Human Resources Report

        The Superintendent recommended approval of the Human Resources Report.

        Vote Motioned By: Beth Wilder
        Vote Seconded By: Pam Hill
        Michelle Watkins: Yea
        Beth Wilder: Yea
        Elisa Ferrell: Yea
        Walker McGinnis: Yea
        Pam Hill: Yea
      • Professional Services Agreement Report

        The Superintendent recommended approval of the Professional Services Agreement Report.

        Vote Motioned By: Pam Hill
        Vote Seconded By: Beth Wilder
        Michelle Watkins: Yea
        Beth Wilder: Yea
        Elisa Ferrell: Yea
        Walker McGinnis: Yea
        Pam Hill: Yea
      • Audit Report

        The Superintendent recommended approval of the Government-Wide Financial Statements for the fiscal year ended September 30, 2017 as presented.

        Vote Motioned By: Beth Wilder
        Vote Seconded By: Walker McGinnis
        Michelle Watkins: Yea
        Beth Wilder: Yea
        Elisa Ferrell: Yea
        Walker McGinnis: Yea
        Pam Hill: Yea
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