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Agenda Citizen Oversight Committee February 12, 2019 Welcome Mill Levy Spending to Date © Note: new revenue projection with change in assessed valuation is $16,815,856 Charter School Reports on Spending to Date Discussion: © Superintendent's salary = Tribune Opinion = Letter from Board President © Committee work = Open meetings Is the Oversight Committee doing enough to show citizens we are doing our job? = Asa Committee, are we sufficiently reviewing the spending of dollars and ensuring the district is in compliance with the balllot language? 2018-19 MLO Update February, 2019 Citizens’ Oversight Committee Year 2 (July 2018 - June 2019) Ballot Subject: Improving Safety, Security and Transportation: ¢ Roof repairs and other deferred maintenance ($2.3M) © Strategic Plan Objective: Operational and Organizational Effectiveness; Priority 2: Align district resources to maximize student achievement and create a culture of continuous improvement. © Status = We will replace the Scott Elementary roof which has been leaking for years. This project was bid out and will cost approximately $1.1 million. This work will be done in the summer after schoo! is out so as not to disrupt the learning environment. = 16,000 square feet of EPDM roofing membrane at Franklin Middle Schoo! was replaced to cracking and aging which was causing significant leaks. Front Range Roofing completed the work in November. An RFP was issued to repair or replace windows at Northridge, Heiman, Winograd and Romero to replace leaking windows and doors. A contract has been issued to Construction Concepts, Inc. to begin the work in the springtime. Install security cameras at Brentwood, Franklin, Heath, Jefferson Junior High, and Prairie Heights (to supplement where needed) ($650k) © Strategic Plan Objective: Climate and Culture; Priority 2: Provide a safe schoo! ‘environment including physical, social and emotional wellbeing for all. © Status Installation of security cameras and equipment has primarily been completed at all of the schools. Purchase four (4) 71 passenger type C and two (2) 34 passenger type C lift buses. ($500k) © Strategic Plan Objective: Climate and Culture; Priority 2: Provide a safe school environment including physical, social and emotional wellbeing for al © Status: = Bids were solicited for the purchase of school buses. © Bid will be awarded to McCandless ‘© 71 Passenger - per bus price - $99,484 '* 34 Passenger lift bus - per bus price - $120,914 © Install automated locking systems at all district buildings, implement badging system for all district employees ($466K) © Strategic Plan Objective: Climate and Culture; Priority 2: Provide a safe schoo! environment including physical, social and emotional wellbeing for al © Status = Raptor Visitor and Volunteer management system has been implemented at all schools. = Locks at Meeker Elementary were replaced with automated access controls, = Hardware and equipment has been installed districtwide. © Hire additional Campus Monitors for the 3 comprehensive high schools (ongoing cost $104k) © Strategic Plan Objective: Climate and Culture; Priority 2: Provide a safe schoo! environment including physical, social and emotional wellbeing for al. © Status = The additional campus monitors are in place and have allowed each of the comprehensive high schools to secure and monitor more entrances at each school. ® Improve communications equipment including phones and radios ($200K) © Strategic Plan Objective: Climate and Culture; Priority 2: Provide a safe schoo! environment including physical, social and emotional wellbeing for all. © Status = Phones are being installed in a phased in approach districtwide with an anticipated completion date of mid-April. = Additional equipment needed to ensure the redundancy of the system is being ordered and installed. = Additional radios will be ordered to supplement the number of radios in schools. = Approximately two-thirds of our school buses need new radios to be in compliance with FCC rules. ‘¢ Reinstate transportation at the elementary level (ongoing cost $500k) © Strategic Plan Objective: Operational and Organizational Effectiveness; Priority 2: Align district resources to maximize student achievement and create a culture of continuous improvement. ©. Status = Drivers are being hired and trained. All except 2 of the routes that were cut have been restored. We expect to be able to restore the remaining 2 routes by the end of February. = We currently have a bid out for 6 new buses. Implement summer school and afterschool programs for elementary & K-8 students (ongoing cost) ($646k) © Strategic Plan Objective: Student Learning and Achievement; Priority 2: Align systems so all students graduate on time and are college and career ready. © Status: = Planning is underway for 2019 summer enrichment programs. = Many schools have after school programs meeting regularly.