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Board Recognitions 4-18-19

Pledge leader: Abigail Balderas was a trooper and was a last minute addition to our meeting and stepped up to lead our pledges of allegiance to the U.S. and Texas flags.  She did a great job.  She is the daughter of Park Village Elementary School Principal Sharon Balderas.  

 

Our first board recognition comes from Judson Early College Academy. Being a National Merit Finalist is a great honor and many school districts around the state and country go years without seeing one in their classrooms. Being a finalist is a fraction of the 1.6 million who start the process. Congratulations to National Merit Finalist, JECA student Noah Zuckerman. Noah enjoys languages and the sciences, and his family. At last count, Noah was considering North Texas as his college of choice. National Merit Scholars will be determined in May.

 

Our next recognition comes from Judson High School. Many times high school wrestling doesn't get the attention some of the other sports attract, but it indeed is a test of quickness, stamina, and strategy. Two Judson Rockets qualified for the state wrestling tournament where they did very well.  Please congratulate Luis Rodriguez and Isaiah Dugar. Isaiah finished being ranked 16 in the state while Luis ended up ranked 10.  Their coach is Paul Guenther.

 

The next recognition comes from Judson High School. Our JISD counselors do an incredible job every day. From advising students on academic pathways and graduation plans to the everyday issues of family and school. One of our long time counselors at Judson High School was recently recognized for her contributions to the school counseling profession. She was selected as a Texas semi-finalist for counselor of the year, please congratulate Ms. Joanne Cruz.

 

Taking the challenging AP exam is a test that many students are encouraged to take because it’s a great way to attract colleges and universities to them. Last May, a Judson HS student achieved something that few accomplish. This student was one of 193 out of more than 65,000 to make a perfect score on an AP exam…in his case the AP Computer Science exam. Please congratulate Judson High School student Cameron White. This is the first time for any Judson ISD student.

 

Our next recognition is from Wagner High School. The Thunderbird Boys Basketball team went on quite a roll this past year coming within one win of a State UIL 5A Basketball Championship. This was the team's second trip to the State finals game in three years. They ended the season with a record of 34-6. Players are Eddie Fernandez, Jalen Jackson, Isaiah Kennedy, Jasean Jackson, Brian Bigley, L.J. Butler, Kaijon Thornton, Earl Levons, Journee Phillips, Donnie Harris, Karan Glasco, Eric McKethan Jr., Joerell Brown, Joshua Cobbs, Isaiah Leday, and Demarcus Hendricks.  

Two players made the Express-News Super Team, the All-State Tournament Team, UIL All-State Team, and the TABC All-Region Team…Journee Phillips and Jalen Jackson. Jalen was selected as the Express-News Player of the Year.  

Coaches include Brent Hildabrand, Kimothy Jones and the Express-News Coach of the Year Rodney Clark. Congratulations to all! 

 

Experience usually helps when you get into competitions...but not always. This group of students in the Judson High School Health Science/Radiology Program went to the regional SkillsUSA competition for the first time ever and seven qualified for the state level.   
That team is made up of Jaylen DeRohn, Marrisa Avila, Richard Lewis, Jonathan Ramirez, Rosa Rojas, Roland Willborn, Marissa Rodriguez. Congratulations to them and their teacher Denise Aguilar.

 

Our next recognition is a partnership between Judson ISD and the national organization, Communities in Schools. This organization helps empower at-risk students to stay in school and on a path for success. Communities in Schools San Antonio has been awarded a competitive grant worth $541,153. The grant came from AbbVie, a research-based global biopharmaceutical company. Recipients were selected from across the country and Judson ISD was among those chosen. Within JISD, this partnership with C.I.S. will expand into six schools over a 3-year period to support student achievement progress. We thank Communities In Schools for their partnership and look forward to seeing some wonderful progress in the future. Communities in Schools CEO is Jessica Weaver.

 

The next recognition comes from the Judson ISD Communications Department. The Texas School Public Relations Association gathers annually in an effort to provide training for communication professionals to improve how they tell the Texas public education story. At that conference in February, the JISD Communications Department was awarded a number of top awards for such district projects as photos, videos, publications, flyers, and logo generation. JISD was awarded 9 Gold Star Awards, 11 Silver Star Awards, 1 Bronze Star Award…and also picked up a Best In Category Award…that’s the overall category winner in video news and information production in the state of Texas for schools with 10,000-30,000 students. The department is comprised of Multimedia specialist David Rhoads, Business Partnerships and Social Media Coordinator, and JEF Director Lexie Greathouse, and Director Steve Linscomb.

 

 

 

 

Board Briefs: Regular Meeting 4-18-19

Agenda of Regular School Board Meeting

The Board of Trustees

Judson ISD

A Regular School Board Meeting of the Board of Trustees of Judson ISD will be held April 18, 2019, beginning at 6:00 PM in the ERC Board Room, 8205 Palisades Dr., Live Oak, Texas.

 
The subjects to be discussed or considered or upon which any formal action may be taken are listed below. Items do not have to be taken in the same order as shown on this meeting notice. Unless removed from the consent agenda, items identified within the consent agenda will be acted on at one time.
 
1. MEETING CALLED TO ORDER
A. Roll Call, Establishment of Quorum, Invocation, Pledge of Allegiance
 
2. RECOGNITIONS
   a. Noah Zuckerman-National Merit Finalist (JECA)
   b. Judson HS State Wrestling athletes Luis Rodrigues and Isaiah Dugar
   c. Judson HS Counselor Joanne Cruz, Texas semi-finalist for Counselor of the Year
   d. Judson HS student Cameron White who achieved a perfect AP exam score
   e. Wagner T-Bird Boys Basketball Team and Coaches for reaching the UIL State Final Championship Game. 
   f. Judson HS SkillsUSA group for state competition
   g. JISD and Communities In Schools partnership
   h. JISD Communication awards from TSPRA
 
3. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF VISITORS/CITIZENS TO BE HEARD
    a. Pamela Thompson: Library and librarian appreciation
 
4. CONSIDERATION OF CONSENT ITEMS
A. Consider and take action regarding approving Minutes from the Special Board Meeting held on March 7,  and Minutes from the Regular Board Meeting held on March 21, 2019.
B. Consider and take action regarding approving Monthly Financial Information as of February 28, 2019 and March 31, 2019.
C. Consider and take action regarding approving Cash Investment Report for all Funds as of March 31, 2019.
D. Consider and take action regarding approving Expenditures Equal to or Greater than $50,000.
E. Consider and take possible action regarding approving Amendments to the Budget for the 2019 Fiscal Year.
F. Consider and take action regarding approving a Board Resolution to Extend the Bank Depository Contract with JPMorgan Chase Bank through June 30, 2021.
G. Consider and take action regarding approving the ranking of the engineering firms for services related to the testing & balancing phase of the construction at Kirby MS.
H. Consider and take action regarding approving a resolution for a participation agreement with Education Services Center Region 11 - Multi Regional Purchasing Cooperative.
I. Consider and take action regarding approving a resolution for an interlocal agreement with Education Services Center Region 19 - Allied States Cooperative.
J. Consider and take action regarding approving Summer Work Hours for 2019. (pulled, Macias)
K. Consider and take action regarding approving a Project Proposal for two Summer Enrichment Programs, Camp Invention for elementary and Invention Project for middle school students. (pulled, Eaton)
L. Consider and take action regarding approving a Memorandum of Understanding for the 2019-2020 school year with Parent/Child Incorporated (PCI) of San Antonio & Bexar County and the Judson Independent School District.
M. Consider and take action regarding approving the Instructional Materials Allotment (IMA) & TEKS Certification for 2019-2020.
N. Consider and take action regarding approving Proclamation 2019 ELAR / SLAR K-8 Instructional Materials. (pulled, Paschall)
O. Consider and take action regarding approving Entering a Shared Services Agreement (SSA) with San Antonio ISD Regional Day School Program for the Deaf (RDSPD).
P. Consider and take action regarding approving JISD partnership with P16Plus Council of Greater Bexar County (d/b/a UP Partnership) My Brother's Keeper San Antonio (MBKSA). 
Q. Consider and take action regarding approving renewal of College Connection Program Agreement by and between Judson ISD and Alamo Community College District for 2019-2020 and 2020-2021 School Year.
R. Consider and take action regarding approving a Proclamation to Declare May 3, 2019 as School Lunch Hero Day.
S. Consider and take action regarding approving the Second Reading of Policy Update 112 affecting (LOCAL) policies.
1. BJA (LOCAL):  Superintendent - Qualifications and Duties
2. CCG (LOCAL):  Local Revenue Sources - Ad Valorem Taxes
3. CCGA (LOCAL):  Ad Valorem Taxes - Exemptions and Payments
4. CH (LOCAL):  Purchasing and Acquisition
5. CQ (LOCAL):  Technology Resources
6. CV (LOCAL):  Facilities Construction
7. DCB (LOCAL):  Employment Practices - Term Contracts
8. DH (LOCAL):  Employee Standards of Conduct
9. DIA (LOCAL) Employee Welfare - Freedom from Discrimination, Harassment, and Retaliation
10. FMA (LOCAL):  Student Activities - School-Sponsored Publications
11. FNG (LOCAL):  Student Rights and Responsibilities - Student and Parent Complaints/Grievances
12. GF (LOCAL):  Public Complaints
13. GKA (LOCAL):  Community Relations - Conduct on School Premises
14. GKB (LOCAL):  Community Relations - Advertising and Fundraising
T. Consider and take action regarding approving the Second Reading of Local District Updates (pulled, Macias)
1. DEC (LOCAL):  Compensation and Benefits - Leaves and Absences
2. DED (LOCAL):  Compensation and Benefits - Vacations and Holidays
3. EHBC (LOCAL):  Special Programs - Bilingual Education/ESL
4. EHBE (LOCAL):  Special Programs - Compensatory/Accelerated Services
ITEMS A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H,I,L,M,O,P,Q,R, and S, passed on initial vote. ITEMS J,K,N, and T PASSED AFTER CLARIFICATION/DISCUSSION
 
5. DISCUSSION/CONSIDERATION OF ACTION ITEMS
A. Consider and take possible action regarding approval of the Contract Renewal Lists for Campus and District Office Administrators for the 2019-2020 School Year. (please see item 8A)
B. Consider and take possible action regarding changing the June 20, 2019 Board Meeting to June 27, 2019. (passed, 6-0)
C. Consider and take possible action(s) regarding approving the Personnel Report and Updates Including New Hires, Resignations and Administrative Appointments. (please see item 8B)
 
6. DISCUSSION ITEMS/REPORTS
A. Superintendent Report
1. Construction Report
B. Judson Education Foundation 2019 first quarter update
C. Discussion of Revised Pay Schedules for Bi-Weekly Pay Period (Macias)
D. Annual Report for Continuing Education Credits for School Board Members
E. Statement of Impact from the following Charter Schools:
1. Lighthouse Charter School
2. Premier High Schools
3. KIPP Texas Public Schools
F. Update on Board Advisory Committees.
G. Update on Board Training, Conferences, Events and Consider Future Agenda Item Requests by Board Members.
 
7. CLOSED SESSION
A. Pursuant to Texas Government Code Section 551.074, Discussing Personnel, the Contract Renewal Lists for Campus and District Office Administrators for the 2019-2020 School Year.
B. Pursuant to Texas Government Code Section 551.074, Discussing Personnel, the Personnel Report and Updates Including New Hires, Resignations and Administrative Appointments.
C. Pursuant to Texas Government Code Section 551.071, attorney consultation regarding legal issues related to Superintendent contract.
D. Pursuant to Texas Government Code Section 551.074, deliberation regarding Superintendent contract.
E. Pursuant to Texas Government Code Section 551.074, Consider and discuss duties, roles and responsibilities of a board member.
F. Pursuant Texas Government Code Section 551.071, consultation with the District's attorney concerning legal issues and procedural issues related to termination of probationary contract employees.
G. Pursuant to Texas Government Code Section 551.074, consider and discuss recommendation to terminate probationary contract employees.
 
8. CONSIDER AND TAKE POSSIBLE ACTION(S) REGARDING ITEMS DISCUSSED IN CLOSED SESSION
A. Consider and take possible action regarding the Contract Renewal Lists for Campus and District Office Administrators for the 2019-2020 School Year. (passed, 6-0)
B. Consider and take possible action(s) regarding Personnel Report and Updates Including New Hires, Resignations and Administrative Appointments. (passed, 6-0)
C. Consider and take possible action regarding the Superintendent's contract. (passed, 6-0)
D. Consider and take possible action regarding termination of probationary contract employees. (passed, 6-0)
 
9. ADJOURNMENT

Board Briefs Regular Meeting 3-21-19

Agenda of Regular Board Meeting

The Board of Trustees
Judson ISD

A Regular Board Meeting of the Board of Trustees of Judson ISD will be held March 21, 2019, beginning at 6:00 PM in the ERC Board Room, 8205 Palisades Dr., Live Oak, Texas.

The subjects to be discussed or considered or upon which any formal action may be taken are listed below. Items do not have to be taken in the same order as shown on this meeting notice. Unless removed from the consent agenda, items identified within the consent agenda will be acted on at one time.

 
1. MEETING CALLED TO ORDER
A. Roll Call, Establishment of Quorum, Invocation, Pledge of Allegiance
 
2. RECOGNITIONS
    a. Judson High School Lady Rockets- 6A UIL Girls State Basketball Champions 2019 
         -intermission with cake and other refreshments to honor the team
 
3. ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF VISITORS/CITIZENS TO BE HEARD
a. Alton Crain-SPED department employee on the JAAC program success.
b. Mariya Ortiz-speaking for librarians and national librarian week.
 
4. CONSIDERATION OF CONSENT ITEMS
A. Consider and take action regarding approving Minutes from the Regular Board Meeting held on February 19, 2019.
B. Consider and take action regarding approving of Expenditures Equal to or Greater than $50,000.
C. Consider and take action regarding approving Budget Transfers across expenditure function categories.
D. Consider and take action regarding approving the submittals for Request for Proposal 16-01 Fundraiser Products and Services.
E. Consider and take action regarding approving the submittals for Request for Proposal 19-07 Custodial Supplies, Chemicals, Soaps, Paper Products & Dispensers.
F. Consider and take action regarding approving the submittal for Request for Proposal 19-13 Beverage Vending Service.
G. Consider and take action regarding approving a settlement agreement with the insurance company to cover hail damage to District property.
H. Consider and take action regarding approving a Proclamation declaring April 15 - 19, 2019 as JISD Assistant Principals Week.
I. Consider and take action regarding approving a Proclamation to declare April 2019 School Library Month.
J. Consider and take action regarding approving a Proclamation declaring April as JISD Month of the Military Child.
K. Consider and take action regarding approving the Contract for Election Services with Bexar County Elections Administrator.
L. Consider and take action regarding approving the Certification of Unopposed Candidate in Single Member District 1 for the May 4, 2019 Trustee Election.
M. Consider and take action regarding approving an Order to Cancel the Trustee Election on May 4, 2019 for Single Member District 1.
ALL ITEMS A THROUGH M PASSED ON CONSENT VOTE.
 
5. DISCUSSION/CONSIDERATION OF ACTION ITEMS
A. Consider and take possible action to amend board Policy DNA(LOCAL) to allow for teachers who are retiring to receive a T-TESS Appraisal waiver for the school year in which they are retiring. (passed, 5-0)
B. Consider and take possible action to address district full day Pre-K program initiatives. (Macias) (passed, 5-0)
C. Consider and take possible action regarding approval of the Contract Renewal Lists for Teachers, Nurses, Librarians and Counselors for the 2019 - 2020 School Year. (refer to 8B)
D. Consider and take possible action(s) regarding approval of the Personnel Report and Updates Including New Hires, Resignations and Administrative Appointments. (refer 8A)
 
6. DISCUSSION ITEMS/REPORTS
A. Superintendent Report
1. Construction Report
B. Policy Update 112, affecting (LOCAL) policies, first reading
1. BJA(LOCAL):  Superintendent - Qualifications and Duties
2. CCG(LOCAL):  Local Revenue Sources Ad Valorem Taxes
3. CCGA (LOCAL):  Ad Valorem Taxes Exemptions and Payments
4. CH(LOCAL):  Purchasing and Acquisition
5. CQ(LOCAL):  Technology Resources
6. CV(LOCAL):  Facilities Construction
7. DCB(LOCAL):  Employment Practices - Term Contracts
8. DH(LOCAL):  Employee Standards of Conduct
9. DIA(LOCAL):  Employee Welfare - Freedom From Discrimination, Harassment, and Retaliation
10. FMA(LOCAL):  Student Activities - School-Sponsored Publications
11. FNG(LOCAL);  Student Rights and Responsibilities - Student and Parent Complaints/Grievances
12. GF(LOCAL):  Public Complaints
13. GKA(LOCAL):  Community Relations - Conduct on School Premises
14. GKB(LOCAL):  Community Relations - Advertising and Fundraising
C. Local District Updates, first reading
1. DEC(LOCAL):  Compensation and Benefits - Leaves and Absences
2. DED(LOCAL):  Compensation and Benefits - Vacations and Holidays
3. EHBC(LOCAL):  Special Programs - Bilingual Education/ESL
4. EHBE(LOCAL):  Special Programs - Compensatory/Accelerated Services
D. Statement of Impact from School of Science and Technology - Discovery
E. 2018 - 2019 Internal Audit implementation measures (Macias)
F. Update on Board Advisory Committees
G. Update on Board Training, Conferences, Events and Consider Future Agenda Item Requests by Board Members
 
7. CLOSED SESSION
A. Pursuant to Texas Government Code Section 551.074, Discussing Personnel, the Personal Report, and Updates Including New Hires, Resignations and Administrative Appointments.
B. Pursuant to Texas Government Code Section 551.074, Discussing Personnel, Contract renewal Lists for Teachers, Nurses, Librarians and Counselors for the 2019 - 2020 School Year.
C. Pursuant to Texas Government Code Section 551.071, Consultation with the School District's attorney regarding pending litigation styled Civil Action No. 5:18-cv-269-FB (HJB); Caroline Ross vs. Judson Independent School District; In the United States District Court, Western District of Texas, San Antonio Division.
D. Pursuant to Texas Government Code Section 551.071, attorney consultation regarding legal issues related to construction litigation.
 
8. CONSIDER AND TAKE POSSIBLE ACTION(S) REGARDING ITEMS DISCUSSED IN CLOSED SESSION
A. Consider and take possible action(s) regarding the Personal Report and Updates Including New Hires, Resignations and Administrative Appointments. (passed, 5-0)
B. Consider and take possible action regarding approval of the Contract Renewal Lists for Teachers, Nurses, Librarians and Counselors for the 2019 - 2020 School Year. (passed, 5-0)
C. Consider and take possible action regarding pending litigation styled Civil Action No. 5:18-cv-269-FB (HJB); Caroline Ross vs. Judson Independent School District; In the United States District Court, Western District of Texas, San Antonio Division. (passed, 5-0)
D. Consider and take possible action related to construction litigation. For superintendent to authorize joinder of third parties as discussed in closed session (passed, 5-0)
9. ADJOURNMENT

Board Recognitions Regular Meeting 2-19-19

Pledge Leader:

He is Jordan Russell.  Jordan is a 5th-grade student with a positive attitude.  He is involved in the Franz Sports Club where he enjoys playing football. His favorite subject is math and he likes playing video games.  Jordan also co-authored two books with a fellow 5th-grade student that are available for check out in the Franz Library.  They are currently working on books 3 and 4.

 

The first recognition comes from the Business and Professionals of America Organization and includes both Veterans Memorial and Wagner High Schools. Business Professionals of America is the premier CTSO (Career and Technical Student Organization) for students pursuing careers in business management, information technology, finance, office administration, and other related career fields. Out of the regionals competition at New Braunfels High School, these students have qualified to move on to the state competition in Dallas in March. First, from Veterans Memorial High School are:  
 
Sharon Choi – Economic Research Individual State Qualifier
Tera Collins – Legal Office Procedures State Qualifier (not pictured)
Isabella Lozano – Administrative Support – State Qualifier
Sandreya Straughter – Human Resource Management – State Qualifier
Dwayne Shorter – BPA Advisor
From Wagner High School qualifying for the state competition in Dallas this March are: 
(were not able to be present)
Ian Fernandes-Java Programming 
Ian Fernandes, Alejandro Perez, and Duaily Lopez Reyes- Small Business Management Team 
Melissa Fusco -Computer Security  
Piper Archer- Graphic Design 
Monica Ramirez- Business Meeting Management
Wagner HS Teachers are Shontoya Bibbs and Rebecca Cawley  
 
Special Olympics is truly a wonderful program that offers opportunities for these special athletes to be involved in a variety of sports and activities to get and keep them moving, motivated and encouraged. The thing is they end up moving and encouraging us so much of the time. These students were part of the Judson ISD Special Olympic Bowling team that went to the state tournament in Austin and made us all proud. Here this evening are:
 
The next recognition is from Judson High School and Wagner High School.  DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe.  The following Judson High School students are Texas DECA State Finalists that will be attending the competition in Dallas, TX later this month.  
Marisa Allen
Destiny Diaz
Aydee De Luna Sanchez
Emmanuel Hernandez
Victoria Longoria
Katharine Vazquez
Advisors: Diana Salazar and Gabrielle Foster
At the same time, students from Wagner High School were also making the state cut as well. These individuals will also be attending the Texas DECA Competition in Dallas...
Jamari Bond (Senior) – Accounting Applications Series
David Cortez (Freshman) – Principles of Business Management and Administration
Julian Cruz (Senior) – Accounting Application Series
Kyzhane Wolford (Senior) – Apparel and Accessories Marketing Series
Team sponsors are  Liza Charo and Arnold Guerrero (Wagner HS). 
 
The next recognition comes from the Energy Management Department.  The JISD Energy Management Department has been partnering with CPS Energy on a number of different energy conservation projects and the effort is reaping benefits in a big way. CPS Energy and Clear Result have a huge check which represents the total of rebates received for the past year for Energy Solution projects done throughout the District including  LED Lighting retrofits at Metzger and Hartman Gym, Woodlake Hills and Secondary Alternative Interior lights, Metzger and Wagner special needs areas, Hopkins Café, Transportation new offices, Hartman front entrance and also including Escondido and Wortham  LED lighting and Energy efficient chillers.          Presenting the check was:  Joe Jones, Nick Jones, and John Barrow. Also with Clear Result is Jennifer Henriquez    $219,887.37!!
 
 

Board Briefs Regular Meeting 2-19-19

Agenda of Regular Board Meeting

The Board of Trustees

Judson ISD

 
 
 

A Regular Board Meeting of the Board of Trustees of Judson ISD will be held February 19, 2019, beginning at 6:00 PM in the ERC Board Room, 8205 Palisades Dr., Live Oak, Texas.

The subjects to be discussed or considered or upon which any formal action may be taken are listed below. Items do not have to be taken in the same order as shown on this meeting notice. Unless removed from the consent agenda, items identified within the consent agenda will be acted on at one time.

 
1. MEETING CALLED TO ORDER
A. Roll Call, Establishment of Quorum, Invocation, Pledge of Allegiance (Pledge Leader Jordan Russell, Franz ES)
 
2. RECOGNITIONS: 
a. BPA state qualifiers from Veterans Memorial and Wagner High Schools
b. Special Olympic Bowling Team Members
c. DECA state qualifiers from Judson and Wagner High Schools
d. Check presentation to Energy Mangement Dept. from CPS Energy and Clear Result
 
3. ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF VISITORS/CITIZENS TO BE HEARD
a. Mike McFalls-former JISD employee cleared of any charges
b. Mariya Ortiz- librarian Judson HS, Black History Month
c. Cyndi Peterson- Elementary level budget
 
4. CONSIDERATION OF CONSENT ITEMS
A. Consider and take action regarding approving Minutes from the Regular Meeting held on January 24, 2019
B. Consider and take action regarding approving Monthly Financial Information as of January 31, 2019. The accounting department compiles various financial reports each month to inform the Board of Trustees on the financial position of the District. The following reports are included for this purpose: Revenue and Expenditure (Budget vs. Actual) for the General Operating, Child Nutrition, and Interest & Sinking
C. Consider and take action regarding approving Expenditures Equal to or Greater than $50,000. Board Policy CH (Local) states that any single, budgeted purchase of goods or services that cost $50,000 or more shall require Board approval before a transaction may take place, unless the purchase falls into a categorical exemption as reflected in the policy. A categorical exemption shall be defined as: -Board approved contract; -Continuing or periodic purchases under a board-approved contract or bid; -Expenditures for utilities including electricity, natural gas, telecommunications, water and wastewater; -Expenditures for impact and permitting fees imposed by municipalities and county governments; -Payments to the County Appraisal District. -Expenditures for vehicle fuels procured through board-approved purchasing cooperatives; -Expenditures for food service products procured through board-approved purchasing cooperatives.
D. Consider and take action approving a Proclamation to declare March Social Workers Month and designate the week of March 4-8, 2019 Social Work Week, Theme "Elevate Social Work." Every day, the nation's 680,000 social workers work to empower and elevate millions of people, including some of the most vulnerable in our society. National Professional Social Work Month in March 2019 is an opportunity for social workers around the nation and world and their supporters to educate the public about the invaluable contributions of the profession.
E. Consider and take action regarding approving an Electric Line Right of Way Agreement with the City Public Service Board of San Antonio. The Board approve an Electric Line Right of Way Agreement with the City Public Service Board of San Antonio conveying two (2) easements and rights of way for overhead and underground electric transmission and distribution lines within Veterans Memorial High School Athletic Field being 1.481 acres out of 89.036 acres of land and 0.066 of one acre, being both out of Lot 2, Block 3, County Block 5019, Veterans Memorial High School Subdivision, according to plat thereof recorded in Volume 9708, page 80, Deed and Plat Records, Bexar County, Texas.
F. Consider and take action regarding approving the reclassification of two Human Resources Director positions (AP 507) to Human Resources Coordinator positions (AP 501). It is recommended that the Board approve the requested reclassification of two Human Resources Director FTEs (AP 507) to two Human Resources Coordinator FTEs (AP 501). The reclassification of these positions in addition to the elimination of two HR Technician FTEs would result in a local fund cost savings of $134,589.78 (21% departmental salary reduction).
G. Consider and take action regarding amending the Judson ISD Compensation Plan for the 2018-2019 Fiscal Year to include a stipend for secondary ELAR teachers as reimbursement for obtaining SBEC English as a Second Language Supplemental certification. It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the amendment to the Judson ISD Compensation Plan for the 2018-2019 School Year. The amendment would include a $500 stipend for a secondary ELAR teacher as reimbursement for obtaining an SBEC English as a Second Language Supplemental certification.
 
ITEMS A,B,C,D, AND E WERE PASSED ON CONSENT VOTE. ITEMS F AND G PASSED AFTER CLARIFICATION
 
5. DISCUSSION/CONSIDERATION OF ACTION ITEMS
A. Consider and take possible action regarding approving renegotiating the Non-Exclusive License Agreement. (Paschall) That the Board consider approving renegotiating the royalty rate of the license gross revenue realized from the sale or Sublicense of products bearing the Licensed Marks or Logos. (amended to 20% gross fee, passed 6-0)
B. Consider and take possible action regarding approving the Basic School Staffing Model for lthe 2019-2020 school year. It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the Basic School Staffing Model for the 2019- 2020 school year. The District needs to adopt a staffing model that ensures that campuses are staffed equitably with local funds and one that can be sustained over time with available resources. This becomes the basis for the District to be able to use categorical funds to supplement the campus based on the needs of the campus. (passed, 6-0)
C. Consider and take possible action(s) regarding approving the Personnel Report and Updates Including New Hires, Resignations and Administrative Appointments
1. Principals  (see item 8 A)
 
6. DISCUSSION ITEMS/REPORTS
A. Superintendent Report
1. Construction Report
B. Judson Education Foundation 2018 State of the Foundation
C. Statement of Impact by the following schools:
1. Flex High School of Texas
2. Texas College Preparatory Academies
3. Prelude Preparatory Charter School
4. San Antonio Preparatory Charter School
5. IDEA Public Schools
6. Great Hearts Texas
7. Meadowland Charter District
8. Premier High Schools
D. Update on Board Advisory Committees
E. Update on Board Training, Conferences, Events and Consider Future Agenda Item Requests by Board Members
 
7. CLOSED SESSION
A. Pursuant to Texas Government Code Section 551.074, Discussing Personnel, the Personnel Report, and Updates Including New Hires, Resignations and Administrative Appointments
1. Principals
B. Pursuant to Texas Government Code Section 551.071, consultation with Legal Counsel regarding legal issues related to possible unpaid leave of contract employee
C. Pursuant to Texas Government Code Section 551.074, deliberate the appointment, employment, evaluation, reassignment, duties, discipline, or dismissal of personnel
D. Pursuant to Texas Government Code Section 551.071, attorney consultation regarding legal issues related to construction litigation
E. Pursuant to Texas Government Code Section 551.074, Consider and discuss duties, roles, and responsibilities of a board member
 
8. CONSIDER AND TAKE POSSIBLE ACTION(S) REGARDING ITEMS DISCUSSED IN CLOSED SESSION
A. Consider and take possible action(s) regarding the Personnel Report and Updates Including New Hires, Resignations and Administrative Appointments (passed, 6-0)
1. Principals
B. Consider and take possible action regarding discipline of personnel (no decision)
C. Consider and take possible action regarding legal issues related to construction litigation (passed, 6-0)
 
9. ADJOURNMENT