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Date:
April 4, 2019
Time:
6:00 PM
Location:
Town Hall - School Committee Meeting Room
Address:
333 Washington Street
5th Floor

Brookline, MA 02445
Contact:
617-730-2430
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School Committee Meeting-includes public hearings on TM Articles (Town Hall, School Committee Room)

Thursday, April 4, 2019


DOCKET
SCHOOL COMMITTEE MEETING
THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 2019
6:00 PM – 10:00 PM
WALSH SCHOOL COMMITTEE ROOM, 5TH FLOOR, TOWN HALL
STATUTORY NOTICE OF THIS MEETING HAS BEEN FILED WITH THE TOWN CLERK.
THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO ATTEND.
NOTE: All times are approximate.
6:00 PM (5 minutes)
1. ADMINISTRATIVE BUSINESS (David Pollak)
a. Calendar: See Page 3
b. Consent Agenda
i. Past Record: March 28, 2019 School Committee Meeting
ii. Past Record: March 14, 2019 School Committee Meeting
iii. Student Trip Application: Brookline High School Music Department to Prague, Czech Republic and Dresden, Germany; April 16/17, 2020-April 23/24, 2020
6:05 PM (15 minutes total; 3-5 minutes/person, depending on number of speakers)
2. PUBLIC COMMENT People may sign up in advance, or sign in upon arrival.
6:20 PM (1 hour)
3. PRESENTATIONS AND DISCUSSIONS OF CURRENT ISSUES
6:20 PM (30 minutes)
a. Presentation and Discussion of Proposed Remediation of Problem Resolution System (PRS) Findings (Casey Ngo-Miller)
6:50 PM (30 minutes)
b. Food Services Presentations/Possible Votes (Matt Gillis, Director of Operations)
i. Update on Food Services Management Company Request for Proposals Timeline
ii. Presentation on FY 2020 School Lunch Prices
iii. Possible Vote to Approve Increases to Premium Meal Pricing, effective April 2019 and Adult and Summer Lunch Prices, effective July 1, 2019
7:20 PM (5 minutes)
4. SCHOOL COMMITTEE ACTIONS
a. Possible Vote to Approve Memorandum of Agreement with AFSCME Local 1358, Council 93 (Food Service Employees) (Andrew Bott)
7:25 PM (5 minutes)
5. STUDENT REPORT (Benjamin Simon)
7:30 PM (2 hours)
6. PUBLIC HEARING (3-5 MINUTES/PERSON, DEPENDING ON NUMBER OF SPEAKERS), DISCUSSION, AND POSSIBLE VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING 2019 TOWN MEETING WARRANT ARTICLES,
2019 Annual Town Meeting Article 11: Brookline High School Project MBTA/Town of Brookline easement plan. (Select Board)
2019 Annual Town Meeting Article 20: Amend the Town’s General By-Laws adding a new Article 8.37 pertaining to menstrual hygiene product access. (Stone, TMM3)
2019 Annual Town Meeting Article 23: Resolution regarding electrification of the town’s motorized fleet (Gray, TMM10, Hamilton, TMM3)
2019 Annual Town Meeting Article 26: Resolution pertaining to the engagement of a race and equity review consultant (Brown, Wolf Ditkoff, Sandman)
2019 Annual Town Meeting Article 10: Newbury College real property acquisition. (Select Board)
2019 1st Special Town Meeting Article 2: Newbury College real property acquisition. (Select Board)
2019 1st Special Town Meeting Article 3: Resolution on Acquisition of Newbury College Campus. (Select Board)
2019 2nd Special Town Meeting Article 1: Newbury College real property acquisition to situate elementary school. (Frawley,TMMM16)
9:30 (5 minutes)
7. SUPERINTENDENT’S REPORT (Andrew Bott)
9:35 PM (10 minutes)
8. SUBCOMMITTEE AND LIAISON REPORTS
a. Finance (Susan Wolf Ditkoff)
b. Capital Improvements (Helen Charlupski)
c. Curriculum
d. Government Relations (Helen Charlupski)
e. Policy Review (Michael Glover)
f. Additional Liaisons and Updates
i. Update on Coolidge Corner School Renaming Process
9:45 PM (5 minutes)
9. NEW BUSINESS
9:50 PM (10 minutes)
10. POSSIBLE EXECUTIVE SESSION
Motion to meet in executive session, pursuant to Massachusetts General Laws chapter 30A section 21(a) for the following purposes:
Purpose (3): to discuss strategy with respect to collective bargaining with the Brookline Educators Union, Unit A, Unit B, and Paraprofessionals, if an open meeting may have a detrimental effect on the bargaining or litigating position of the public body and the chair so declares.
Purpose (6): To consider the purchase, exchange, lease or value of real property if the chair declares that an open meeting may have a detrimental effect on the negotiating position of the public body (Newbury College, 129 Fisher Avenue, Brookline, Massachusetts).
11. ADJOURNMENT