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CHAIRMAN’S REPORT

Superintendent Search Update


Superintendent Search Process
Step 01 Board Development
Completed December 2017

Step 02 Search Firm Selection


Completed February 2018

Development of Leadership Profile


Step 03 Completed March 2018

Step 04 Search Firm One on One Meetings


Completed April 2018

Semifinalists Identified
3 Step 05 Completed April 2018
Current Semifinalists

Michael Diana Sito Harrison Erick


Dunsmore Greene Narcisse Peters Pruitt
Currently serves as Currently serves as Currently serves as Currently serves as Currently serves as
superintendent for superintendent for the Chief of Schools the Chief Academic Area Superintendent
Wayne County Public Manatee County for Metro Nashville Officer for for Houston
Schools Public Schools Public Schools Hillsborough County Independent School
4 Public Schools District
Upcoming Events
Candidate Focus Group Identification
Meetings Meetings of Finalists Background
May 11, 2018 May 12, 2018 May 14, 2018 Checks
8:00 am – 4:00 pm 9:00 am – 4:00 pm 6:00 pm Requires 7 – 10 days
Board Office Schultz Center Cline Auditorium

Preferred Board
Superintendent Contract Candidate
Assumes Offered to Interviews with
Identified Finalists
Responsibility Candidate May 22, 2018
July 1, 2018 May 16 -18 at 6:00 pm
June 1, 2018 9:00 am
Schultz Center
Cline Auditorium

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Safe Schools
Legislative Update

Senate Bill 7026 Senate Bill 7026


Public Safety Mental Health

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Underfunded Mandates
Changes in Categorical Funding
$12,000,000

$10,000,000

$2,996,217
$8,000,000

Underfunded
$6,000,000
$4,077,064 2018-19 Funding Increase
$4,000,000
2017-18 Fund Amount

$2,000,000
$2,934,402 $3,392,110

$0
8 Mental Health Assistance Safe Schools
Mental Health Student Services

Current Services & Options for Expansion

Curriculum

Systems

Awareness

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House Bill 7026
Understanding the Public Safety Legislation
1006.12: Safe-school officers at each public school. For the protection and safety of school
personnel, property, students, and visitors, each district school board and school district
superintendent shall partner with law enforcement agencies to establish or assign one or more
safe-school officers at each school facility within the district by implementing any
combination of the following options which best meets the needs of the school district:
1. Establish school resource officer [sworn officer of local Sherriff’s office] programs through a
cooperative agreement with law enforcement agencies
2. Commission one or more school safety officers [sworn officer of local school district police
department] for the protection and safety of school personnel, property, and students with
the school district.
3. At the school district’s discretion, participate in the school marshal program if such program is
established pursuant to s. 30.15, to meet the requirement of establishing a safe-school
officer.
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Safe Schools
School Guardian Program Design

School Guardians’ primary function is designed to


aid in the prevention or abatement of active
assailant incidents.

School Guardians have no authority to act in any


law enforcement capacity.

Excludes individuals who exclusively perform


classroom duties. (s. 1012.01(2)(a))

May only be appointed after completion of


approved program established by local sheriff.
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Safe Schools
Overview of Options

Option 1 Option 2 Option 3 Option 4 Option 5


$10,762,055 $5,001,802 $7,010,845 $3,580,520 $4,183,213
Hire additional school safety Hire additional school safety Hire additional school safety Hire additional school Hire school guardians for all
officers for all elementary officers for large elementary officers for large elementary resource officers for large elementary schools
schools schools & school guardians schools & JSO officers on elementary schools & school • 107 School Guardians
• 103 DCSP Officers for smaller elementary overtime for smaller guardians for smaller • Supervisory & Support
• Supervisory & Support schools elementary schools elementary schools Personnel
Personnel • 8 DCSP Officers • 8 DCSP Officers • 8 DCSP Officers
• 95 School Guardians • 95 JSO Officers on • 52 School Guardians
• Supervisory & Support Overtime • Supervisory & Support
Personnel • Supervisory & Support Personnel
Personnel

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Safe Schools 13

Recommendation: Option 5
Hire School Safety Assistant (school guardians)
for all elementary schools
• 107 School Safety Assistants
• Supervisory & Support Personnel

Pros
• Meet baseline requirement of legislation by
having a Safe School Officers (School Safety
Assistant) in every school
• Potential to develop a career path in law Cost Overview
enforcement
Cons Cost of Salaries & Benefits $4,025,610
• Cost exceeds the projected funding from the state Cost of Equipment $157,603
• Challenging to hire and train 103 positions before Total Cost $4,183,213
the beginning of the 2018-19 school year
Safe Schools
School Safety Assistant – Essential Functions

School Guardian
Main Responsibilities
• Use whatever force necessary to prevent or abate an active assailant incident.
• Conduct perimeter and inner school checks to ensure premises are secure.
• Monitor students on school property to ensure their safety.
• Participate in all school emergency drills (Fire, Code Red, etc.).
• Refer observations and incidents to the appropriate school personnel for follow-
up.
• Assist with administrative searches when directed to do so.
• Prepare a variety of documents (security logs, memos, letters, etc.) and read and
respond to email communications.

14 • Perform any other function as directed.


Safe Schools
Requirements for School Guardian Certificate
• Must hold a valid weapon carry permit under s 790.06,
Florida Statutes
• Must submit to and pass an initial drug test and
subsequent random screenings (JSO Cost)
• Must pass a psychological evaluation (JSO Cost)
• Must complete training conducted by JSO or other
state of Florida certified law enforcement agency.
• Must complete at least 12 hours of a certified
nationally recognized diversity training program
• Must successfully complete ongoing training, weapon
inspection and firearm qualifications annually
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Safe Schools
Additional Training & Support
• Ongoing training by Duval County Police Department
• Working in the School Environment
• Pre-Planning Training
• Early Release Trainings
• Sergeants & SRO’s to provide support during
vacancies
• SRO will continue to serve schools
• JSO committed to continued partnership and support
• Dedicated line for elementary schools for officers to
contact in case of an emergency
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EVERY SCHOOL. EVERY CLASSROOM. EVERY STUDENT. EVERY DAY.