WINDHAM SOUTHEAST SCHOOL DISTRICT
53 Green Street
Brattleboro, VT 05301
NOTICE OF BOARD MEETING
The Windham Southeast School District Board will meet remotely at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, January 19, 2021 via Zoom (PLEASE NOTE NEW MEETING DAY)
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I. CALL TO ORDER – 6:00 p.m. – David Schoales, Board Chair
II. RECOGNITION OF VISITORS
III. CONSENT AGENDA
• CLERK’S REPORT – Approval of Minutes – January 5, 2021
V. ADMINISTRATIVE REPORT
• Updates on the Current In-person Model and Changes to Learning Models for Spring
• An update From the Diverse Workforce Recruitment Committee
• Report from the Diversity Coordinator and Teacher Leaders
VI. FISCAL REPORT
• Details of the Elementary School Budgets
• Update on Current State Projections for the School Tax Rate Increase
VII. COMMITTEE REPORTS
• Leadership Council Reports
• WSESD/WSESU Diversity/Equity Committee
• Finance Committee
• Personnel Committee
• Policy and Amendment Committee
• Programmatic and Performance Equity Committee
o Draft Title 9 Policy Review
• Climate Crisis Task Force
• Communications Council
• Social Justice Committee
• Early Education
• WSESU Board
VIII. UNFINISHED BUSINESS
A. Approval of a Request to Allocate Funds for Lobbying Activities Supporting Legislation to Implement the Recommendations of the Pupil Weighting Study, Not to Exceed $3000
B. Policy Adoption
• D12 – Policy on Prevention of Harassment of Employees – Adoption
• F29 – Limited English Proficiency Students – Adoption
• F39 – Students Experiencing Temporary Housing Insecurity – Adoption
C. WSESD Board Evaluation
IX. NEW BUSINESS
A. FY ’22 Proposed Budget – Action Needed
B. Annual Meeting/Australian Ballot Warning Articles – Action Needed
C. Academy Addition/Renovation Project
D. Board Statement RE: January 6, 2021:
• “To WSESD Students, Staff and Administration ~
With you, members of the WSESD Board witnessed the shameful events unfold at the Capitol Building. Like you, we feel anger, frustration, and sadness at this violent, unlawful spectacle, an affront not only to the Constitution and the rule of law, but also to human decency and moral duty. As a body, we are committed to the social, emotional and academic growth of students who will reach their fullest potential as members of society. Our hope and expectation is that the events of January 6th will offer an opportunity for all of us to reflect on the essential lessons of civic responsibility, racial equality and moral integrity. It is an opportunity to reconsider what it means to live in a society in which law comes before our political preferences and an opportunity to realize that the preservation of our democracy depends on an educated citizenry. As a school board, we thank and will continue to support the administration, staff and superintendent who work so passionately to achieve this end.”
X. Public Comment on Non-agenda Items
EXECUTIVE SESSION (If Needed)
Note: These proposed minutes should be considered preliminary until they are approved by the Board at a future meeting.
WINDHAM SOUTHEAST SCHOOL DISTRICT (WSESD) BOARD
TUESDAY, JANUARY 5, 2021
REGULAR BOARD MEETING – 6:00PM
WSESD Board Members Present:
WSESU Administrators Present: Andrew Skarzynski (Superintendent); Frank Rucker (Finance Director)
Media Present: Rich Melanson (BCTV)
Others Present: Wendy M. Levy (Board Recorder),
I. CALL TO ORDER
Chair DS called the meeting to order at 6:00pm.
II. RECOGNITION OF VISITORS
III. CONSENT AGENDA
– Clerk’s Report: Approval of the minutes of the December 16, 2020 meeting.
Warrants of December 1, 2020
Warrant No. 1150 in the amount of $ 250.00
Warrant No. 1152 in the amount of 379.93
Warrant No. 1153 in the amount of 160,900.70
Warrant No. 1154 in the amount of 51,021.61
Warrants of December 7, 2020
Warrant No. 1155 in the amount of $ 88.81
Warrant No. 1156 in the amount of 30,533.81
Warrant No. 1161 in the amount of 44,952.87
Warrant No. 1162 in the amount of 35,575.00
Warrant No. 1163 in the amount of 3,025.90
Warrant No. 1164 in the amount of 151.72
Warrant No. 1165 in the amount of 910,356.79
Warrants of December 14, 2020
Warrant No. 1166 in the amount of $ 12,906.93
Warrant No. 1168 in the amount of 2,000.00
Warrant No. 1169 in the amount of 400.00
Warrant No. 1170 in the amount of 13,537.71
Warrant No. 1171 in the amount of 2,294.37
Warrant No. 1172 in the amount of 112,733.74
Warrants of December 21, 2020
Warrant No. 1173 in the amount of $ 44.94
Warrant No. 1174 in the amount of 400.00
Warrant No. 1175 in the amount of 2,700.29
Warrant No. 1176 in the amount of 540.94
Warrant No. 1181 in the amount of 30,390.38
Warrant No. 1182 in the amount of 6,500.00
Warrant No. 1183 in the amount of 968.28
Warrant No. 1184 in the amount of 2,762.23
Warrant No. 1185 in the amount of 69,185.71
Warrants of December 28, 2020
Warrant No. 1186 in the amount of $ 10,567.50
Warrant No. 1187 in the amount of 48.00
Warrant No. 1188 in the amount of 216,400.70
Warrant No. 1189 in the amount of 1,167.33
Warrant No. 1190 in the amount of 20,746.93
Warrant No. 1191 in the amount of 5,081.03
Warrant No. 1192 in the amount of 1,529.40
Warrant No. 1193 in the amount of 26,474.22
December 7, 2020 $1,393,450.51
December 18, 2020 $1,437,138.62
MOTION BY AB TO APPROVE THE CONSENT AGENDA. SM SECONDED. MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY.
SM asked to move the paragraph on page seven that mentions Dan MacArthur’s visit from Item C to Item B. SM noted this may already have been done, but he asked for the change to be reflected on the website, too.
DS said all communications the Board has received would be addressed later in the meeting.
V. ADMINISTRATIVE REPORT
Superintendent Andy Skarzynski reported one upcoming staff retirement.
MOTION BY TM TO ACCEPT THE RETIREMENT OF KAREN DIIORIO-BOWEN WITH REGRET AND CONGRATULATIONS. LA SECONDED. MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY.
– Second Semester Plans and Schedules
Andy shared details of these plans. Highlights included:
• A recent teacher survey.
• The planning is fully nimble, and could lead to being fully remote.
• Kindergarten through Eighth Grade instruction will occur four days per week.
• Outreach to families continues, with many ways to connect, and a feedback loop.
• Team meetings continue.
• Most schools have received many requests for in-person instruction, and leadership teams are working on those adjustments.
• Jan. 25 and 26 were scheduled as professional development days, but they will focus more on staff planning.
• Jan. 27 is the start of the second semester, and it will mostly be an asynchronous day, which is atypical for a Wednesday.
• The administration is finalizing the bus survey for the second semester, and it’s working well.
DS asked if there were any changes at BAMS and BUHS.
Andy responded: It’s being addressed.
Steve Perrin, BUHS Principal, responded: The distancing requirements makes it difficult to greatly expand in-person instruction. The priority is to bring in students who need extra help. He has received many requests from students for courses, and many students requested less screen-time. The process for organizing the schedules for teachers and students and meeting their needs is challenging. The work
DS asked about asynchronous schedules.
Steve discussed the idea of recording classes, and the associated challenges for teachers and privacy concerns. Many families, said Steve, did not like asynchronous learning.
A discussion ensued.
MG asked about the feedback-solicitation process for the BUHS community, whether all members are included, and how leadership decides from this information how and whether to make improvements.
MG noted many students are exhausted by so much screen-time.
Steve responded with empathy, and noted this is not “the new normal” — the goal is to be back in school full-time. He detailed how, and from whom, feedback is received, and said the Leadership Councils can organize a parent forum. He reminded everyone that this is a work-in-progress.
DS mentioned a positive article about the Windham Regional Career Center in The Reformer.
Nancy Wiese, WRCC Director, gave a presentation on the center. Highlights included:
• CTE mandates for minimum instruction time, which poses a challenge for Steve Perrin when making student schedules. BUHS should not be held accountable for this requirement, and Nancy is trying to make it bearable.
• Nancy is making a few requests: all WRCC students have a four-day week, and, establishing a remote-learning space for students who need it.
• Managing student schedules, including breaks for meals and transportation.
• There are fewer than 10 remote students; the rest will attend a four-day week in the second semester.
• She’s proud of the newspaper article.
• WRCC is putting many resources in bio-med and manufacturing courses, as these are key links to sustainable employment in Vermont.
DS asked Andy for an update on staff COVID testing.
Andy responded: There’s been a change in vaccination schedules, and he’s awaiting updated information. The district participated in COVID surveillance.
Flo Levin asked if school principals could discuss second semester plans. She expressed concerns with safety regarding increased COVID cases, and asked for the administration to be prepared to quickly change their plans.
DS thanked Flo for the reminder, and said Andy, other administrators, and the Leadership Councils are constantly evaluating the situation. They know any plans are subject to change at any moment, especially as a possible result of recent holiday gatherings and their affect on community spread. He asked how the Board could reassure her, especially because this is so frightening. He pointed out how quickly the Green Street School adjusted to their closure, and asked representatives from Green Street to contact Flo. He assured her that monitoring / adjusting plans for COVID “is the most important thing we’re doing”
Mark Speno, Green Street School Principal, agreed with what DS said about planning and the possibility of having to change them.
Kelly Dias, Academy School Principal, shared some information from Arlene Scott, the school’s COVID coordinator: The positivity rate is low here, and keeping kids in school slows community spread, as per the guidance.
VI. FISCAL REPORT
– Review and Questions – FY ’22 Proposed Budget and Capital Plan
Finance Director Frank Rucker gave his report. Highlights included:
• A review of revenue sources, a preliminary tax-impact analysis, the capital fund and how it relates to the budget, and the secondary education budget for grades 7-12 and the WRCC.
• A document, “WSESD FY22 Proposed Budget.”
• The revenue sources plan is almost done. When it’s complete, Frank will send it to the Board.
• How the district pays for its budget. Frank included a list of revenue sources.
• The Use of Fund Balance, the General Fund, and the Capital Fund.
• The CPA audit report will come soon.
• The pandemic has required the District to use a little more Fund Balance than normal, but that’s what it’s there for.
DS asked about the Capital Plan and surplus funds, especially the funding for the field, since that money wasn’t spent.
Frank responded, and a discussion ensued on the difference between the funds and what they can be used for, and where the money comes from for each. Frank explained the structure of the budget documents and how the different components interrelate, and how some of this is mandated by statute.
Frank continued his report:
• A review of a section of the budget document that details where to find the funding plan for the proposed capital plan for school improvements.
• How the tax rate is determined, and how real estate sales figure into this.
• Good news: federal support for public schools is on its way, and the state will help, too.
• WSESD has a drop in enrollment, but the state has committed to “holding harmless” these drops in their calculations.
• A review of the document, “FY22 Summary By School Expense Budget,” which is separated by school.
Frank and DS asked school principals to present on any significant changes to their budgets, including staff changes.
Keith Lyman, BAMS Principal, said there are very few changes to staffing levels, but the students will likely need more support for their social-emotional needs during the transition back to in-school instruction. Keith continued with a general discussion on small budgetary changes, enrollment changes, and the state of the school.
Flo Levin asked about the dissolution of the PEAK program, and expressed her disappointment with its end.
A discussion ensued on what happened, why, and what’s next. DS, Keith, and Andy participated. DS noted the Board will revisit this subject, especially as it relates to Act 173.
EMK asked about funding changes for academic support. A discussion ensued on the shift in funding sources: it’s only a change in allocations. Andy, Keith, and Frank participated.
EMK asked about the decrease in funding for the 20th Century grant. Frank and Keith explained that the program continues, and they had slightly over-budgeted for it to reflect the real need.
Flo Levin continued her statements about cutting the PEAK program. She said she wished input was sought from the people most affected by this change, and she requested further discussion.
DS thanked Flo and said he will follow up with her.
Steve gave a brief report on changes to the BUHS budget, which are few. Most of the increases are for staff, and Steve asserted his staff deserve them. One additional staff member is the Engagement Coordinator to assist struggling students. Steve noted the Act 146 report said BUHS needs to decrease its reliance on paras, and should increase teachers’ skills in serving all kids who need accommodation adjustments — he’s adding an Instructional Coach to help with this.
TM asked about the process for Natowich Field. A discussion ensued; Frank and Steve participated.
EMK and Frank discussed funding for projects.
EMK and Frank discussed local and federal funds.
EMK and Steve discussed a funding shift for physical education and language instruction.
Nancy gave a report on budget changes at WRCC. Most of them revolved around changing the programming to align with AOE regulation. Nancy detailed the process she’s using to prioritize her analysis of the 13 programs. Most of the budget changes are about staffing. To help mitigate the decline in enrollment, Nancy is developing a marketing / outreach program. She’s had to make some program cuts, but she’s done so as carefully as possible. She hired some new staff at a lower rate of pay.
DS noted the Board can discuss more budget details at the next meeting, too.
EMK asked about program and staffing changes.
Nancy responded with details on staffing changes and how they affect the budget.
DS thanked everyone who provided reports, and asked the Board to come up with questions and either send them to him in advance of the next meeting, or ask them at the next meeting.
VII. COMMITTEE REPORTS
BAMS: Keith reported they met, and he will provide a full report at the next Board meeting.
Putney Central School: Ruby McAdoo reported they met on December 21, and will meet again on January 7. The last meeting didn’t make quorum, but there were good conversations. Work in subgroups continues. Ruby mentioned Ellen Tumavicus’s community art project, and announced another one is likely for second semester. There’s a new sub-group on outdoor structures. The conversation continues on dissolving the district, and Ruby asked how the LC can help the Board with strategic outreach.
Guilford Central School: SM reported they met on December 17. It was a well-attended meeting, with many teachers present. Principal John Gagnon reviewed the budget. Beth Bristol presented on working with the Finance Committee on budgetary matters.
Beth Bristol, the LC Chair, added to SM’s report: They discussed the LC’s role in the budgetary process, and the operational challenges of returning to a full school-day. At the next meeting, on January 8, they will discuss a review of the first semester, and concerns about the second semester.
DS noted the Board and the Communications Council are addressing goals and working together.
Kelly Dias asked the Board to share the process for them telling the LCs what they want them to discuss.
DS responded: There is no process, yet.
Kelly Dias asked if there were any resources the LC could use to help the discussion on dissolving the district.
DS responded: He doesn’t think there are any resources to compare keeping versus dissolving the district, but there may be legal resources. He said the Board will discuss this later in the meeting.
EES POLICY COUNCIL
LA reported they met on December 17. Since there was barely a quorum, they tabled electing officers.
They discussed the budget, diversity resources, recent hires, and that the staffing shortage led to closing some classrooms. On December 28, they distributed food to EES families. They also discussed the long-term goal of moving students from the Canal Street School.
DS said he would love to hear more in the future about the last item.
POLICY AND AMENDMENT COMMITTEE
AB reported they met on January 4, they reviewed the policies D9 and F14, and they had questions for the attorney, which Andy will bring to him. They discussed the Climate Crisis Task Force proposal, for which they are continuing to get advice. AB noted it’s very challenging to write a policy without legal advice.
Kerry Amidon, Chair, announced they will meet on January 13 at 6pm.
DS reported that at the last meeting, they discussed and passed the budget, and added money to the budget to upgrade the website.
A discussion ensued on whether website upgrades should go in the SU’s or the SD’s budget. DS and Kerry participated.
PROGRAMMATIC AND PERFORMANCE EQUITY COMMITTEE
DS noted this committee hasn’t met, but they tabled the proposals.
EMK gave some history on the Title IX item, which included working with Chris Sawyer. The committee has broken into small groups to work on recommendations from Chris’s report’s findings.
DS shared a document about the Title IX policies for the Athletic Department that he drafted with LA. The document addressed equipment inventories and team fund-raising.
MOTION BY TN TO REFER THE PROPOSED POLICIES TO THE POLICY COMMITTEE. LA SECONDED. MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY.
SOCIAL JUSTICE COMMITTEE
TN announced this committee will meet on January 12 at 4:30pm.
Frank asked if TN could report on the recent Academy School project’s energy workshop. If not, he wants it included on the next Board meeting agenda. He noted the Board has to make three decisions soon: on contractors, financing, and design. A discussion ensued; Frank and DS participated. DS noted a video of the workshop will go to Board members.
SM announced this committee will meet on January 12 at 5:30pm. SM briefly discussed some of the warrants, including those that concern improvements in ventilation in the district’s schools.
DS noted the district’s federal and state representatives were instrumental in securing that funding.
VIII. UNFINISHED BUSINESS
Andy reported that, because of KY’s question at the last Board meeting, he sought counsel’s advice on changing the time parameters. The response he received is that, no, because late-night communication heavily correlates with sexual abuse and “grooming,” time restraints on communications remain firm. That said, students can submit assignments at any time.
A discussion ensued on challenges for teachers, communicating this policy, and helping teachers avoid getting into trouble. DS, Andy, and KY participated.
MOTION BY AB TO APPROVE POLICY D16: ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION BETWEEN TEACHERS AND STUDENTS. EMK SECONDED. MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY.
D12, F29, AND F39
DS explained this was the second reading of these policies. Now, and during the next meeting, the Board can address or ask questions, and can vote on these policies at the next meeting.
B. Consideration of Annual Meeting Article to schedule a district-wide vote to dissolve the WSESD and return to local board governance structure.
DS asked the Board to establish the parameters for this discussion. A discussion ensued, which included DS providing a brief history and some background for why the Board is considering this subject now, and the urgency resulting from current laws, decisions, and authority. DS noted voters in individual towns can also petition their Selectboards to put this item on the Annual Town Meeting warning.
DS clarified the topic, and asked participants to only discuss whether to put this item on the ballot, and not the pros and cons of a merged district.
A lengthy discussion ensued. TN, KY, SM, LA, MG, TM, AB, DS, EMK, Jody Normandeau, Paul Smith, Kristina Naylor, Andy, Jaime Contois, Tara Castine, and Tosha Tillman participated. Most participants supported allowing the voters to decide. Other questions and concerns included whether putting this item on the ballot is a referendum on this Board, if voters are too overwhelmed by COVID to decide, the urgency of the moment in the state’s legal history, if this Board can vote to put something on the ballot or if each town has to decide, and enlisting the Communications Council to help with outreach.
Andy offered to seek legal counsel on the matter.
A discussion ensued on the timeline for getting this item on the ballot. EMK and DS participated.
LA noted this item is best addressed by two separate motions: putting the question on the ballot, and asking towns to put it on their ballot pending legal advice. DS agreed.
SM noted the deadline for submitting items for the ballot to Town Clerks is January 25.
MOTION BY KY TO ADD AN ARTICLE TO VOTE TO DISSOLVE THE WSESD BOARD AND TO RETURN TO THE LOCAL BOARD GOVERNANCE STRUCTURE. AB SECONDED.
DS CALLED ROLL FOR THIS VOTE:
RESULTS: MOTION CARRIED WITH 7 YEA, 1 ABSTENTION, 1 NAY
MOTION BY LA THAT IF DISSOLUTION DOESN’T FALL IN THE BOARD’S PROVENANCE, THAT THE BOARD WILL IMMEDIATELY REQUEST EACH TOWN’S SELECTBOARD TO INCLUDE A DISSOLUTION ARTICLE ON THEIR ANNUAL TOWN MEETING WARNING. TN SECONDED.
DS CALLED ROLL FOR THIS VOTE:
MOTION CARRIED WITH 8 YEA, 1 ABSTENTION
C. Consideration of Annual Meeting Article to create an independent 4-town Budget Review Committee to provide independent review and report on budget DS explained this request came from David Levenbach. DS reviewed the history of the review, and details of David Levenbach’s letter.
A discussion ensued on the merits of the Levenbach request, that it contributes to transparency and responsibility, whether it’s redundant, the politics of budgets, how the review committee is chosen, what this means for residents of towns other than Brattleboro, and the review committee’s authority. TM, TN, DS, LA, KY, AB, Kristina Naylor, and Ruby McAdoo participated.
MOTION BY TM TO DRAFT AN ANNUAL MEETING ARTICLE TO CREATE AN INDEPENDENT, FOUR-TOWN BUDGET REVIEW COMMITTEE TO PROVIDE AN INDEPENDENT REVIEW AND REPORT ON THE BUDGET. DS SECONDED.
DS CALLED ROLL FOR THIS VOTE:
MOTION CARRIED WITH 6 YEA, 2 ABSTENTIONS, AND 1 NAY
IX. NEW BUSINESS
A. Change Regular Meetings to the first and third Tuesdays
A brief discussion ensued on possible conflicts.
MOTION BY TN TO CHANGE THE WSESD REGULAR MEETINGS TO THE FIRST AND THIRD TUESDAYS OF THE MONTH. AB SECONDED. MOTION CARRIED 7 YEA, WITH SM ABSTAINING.
B. WSESD Board Evaluation – Consider contracting for a community survey on the performance of the Board
DS gave some background on why a survey could be helpful. He asked the Board if they wanted to table the discussion.
SM suggested waiting until the decision to dissolve the merged district. DS agreed, and noted it’s too soon to affect the vote in March.
A discussion ensued on goals, the merger, why some people voted the way they did, COVID, comparing boards and budgets, how the Communications Council can help, the VSBA’s self-evaluation toolkit, and the merits of discussing this in open meeting and not in executive session. Jaime Contois, AB, DS, LA, MG, Andy, and TM participated.
DS agreed more time is needed to discuss the topic. Jaime offered to be the contact person on creating a rubric to evaluate the Board over the last two years, and she will include others. DS said he had ideas for additional people to include, too.
X. PUBLIC COMMENT ON NON-AGENDA ITEMS
Flo Levin noted the late hour (almost 9:45pm) and thanked the Board for their dedication.
There was none.
MOTION BY AB TO ADJOURN. MG SECONDED. MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY.
The meeting was adjourned at 9:45pm.
Respectfully submitted by Wendy M. Levy from minutes taken by Wendy M. Levy.
This represents my understanding of the above dated meeting. If you have any changes, please submit them at the next Board meeting.
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