School Board Meeting Agendas

AGENDA

HAMBLEN COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING
CENTRAL OFFICE HERITAGE ROOM
November 8, 2022 – 6:00 P.M.

1. Call to Order (Carolyn Holt Clawson)
2. Adoption of Agenda
3. Pledge of Allegiance (ERMS)
4. School Highlights/Celebrations/Recognition/Observances
4.1 Inspirational Moment (ERMS)
5. Director’s Report (Arnold Bunch)
5.1 Personnel Report for October
5.2 Calendar Update
November 21-25, Thanksgiving Break
December 13 at 4:30, Hugh Clement building dedication ceremony
6. Educational Reports (Carolyn Holt Clawson)
None this month
7. Consent Items
7.1 Minutes, October 4, 2022
7.2 Overnight Field Trips
November 16-20, MH-WH Speech and Debate Team, National Speech and Invitational,
Chicago, IL
November 17-19, MH-WH Choir, Maryville College, Maryville, TN
7.3 2022 LEA Compliance Report
8. Discussion Items
None this month
9. Action Items
9.1 Requests for Proposal/Bids/Purchase/Contracts
a. Teacher laptops, asset tagging (Qty. 47), Technology Express, $62,989.87 (general) (Harold Jones)
b. SY 23-24 freshman student laptops, asset tagging (Qty. 940), Technology Express $606,798.20
(general) (Harold Jones)
c. Student laptops, asset tagging (Qty. 778), Technology Express, $502,222.34 (general) (Harold Jones)
d. Student laptops, asset tagging (Qty. 785), Technology Express, $506,741.05 (ESSER 2.0 & general)
(Harold Jones)
e. MVMS Spring trip to Washington, Southeast Student Tours, $33,100.00 (school) (Kristen Brockman)
f. MH-WH Heritage Concert Festival Band trip, Atlanta, GA, World Strides, $45,697.00
(school) (Jeff Kinsler)
g. Lexia Core5 reading online program for MVMS & WVMS (Qty. 2) Lexia Learning System, LLC,
$24,404.67 (ESSER 2.0) (Buddy Smith)
h. 90-passenger SpEd bus (Qty. 2), Mid-South Bus Center, $309,908.00 ($154,954.00 per bus)
(transportation) (Rodney Long)
i. 42-passenger SpEd bus, Mid-South Bus Center, $134,705.00 (transportation) (Rodney Long)
j. 84- passenger SpEd bus (Qty. 2), Mid-South Bus Center, $309,014.00 ($154,507.00 per bus)
(transportation)(Rodney Long)
9.2 Capital Projects (capital funds) (Hugh Clement)
a. Air-Cooled Scroll Water Chiller for Manley Intermediate, Hoffman & Hoffman, $82,050.00
b. Repair sink hole at the Transportation parking lot, Wild Construction, $48,800.00
c. HVAC upgrade at Hillcrest with Trane for energy usage upgrades (Ph-1, 2, 3), Trane, $2,124,698.00
(ESSER 2 & capital)
d. Design fee for MH-East High School entrances (1924 Section), Lewis Group Architects, $19,000.00
(Architectural $12,500, Structural $4,500, Masonry consultation $2,000)

e. Change order for Lincoln Heights paving project, Clint Harrison, $3,330.00
f. 7 ½-ton units for East High & Russellville Int. (Qty. 2), Trane, $31,924.50

9.3 Board Policies (Hugh Clement)
a. First Reading
6.307 – Drug-Free Schools
b. Second and Final Reading
1.404 – Appearances Before the Board
3.500 – Food Service Management
4.403 – Library Materials
4.605 – Graduation Requirements
9.4 Financials (Traci Antrican)
a. September 2022 Financial Reports
(1) General Fund
(2) Federal Fund
(3) School Nutrition Fund
(4) First Quarter Report
9.5 Request acceptance of the Resilient School Communities Grant in the amount of $40,822.28
(Christy Hogan-Young)
9.6 Video/Livestream board meetings (Carolyn Clawson)
9.7 2022-2023 appointment of School Board Member Committees (Carolyn Clawson)
9.8 Student disciplinary appeals (Carolyn Clawson)

 Case 10-01
 Case 10-02

9.9 Naming of the Union Heights Library (Arnie Bunch)
9.10 Member of the community to speak – Edna Greene
10. Board-requested Items for Next Meeting
11. Board Comments
12. Adjournment until December 13 (Carolyn Holt Clawson)
THIS AGENDA IS PRELIMINARY AND BASED ON INFORMATION AVAILABLE AS OF THE DATE
OF COMPILATION.  THIS AGENDA IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE BY ADDING, MODIFYING, OR
REMOVING ITEMS IN ACCORD WITH BOARD POLICIES AND PRACTICE.  THE BOARD
DISCLAIMS ANY RESPONSIBILITY TO UPDATE THE POSTED AGENDA.