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February 24, 2022 at 6:30 PM - Omaha Public Schools Board of Education and Educational Service Unit 19 Board Meeting

Agenda
A. OPS Board Of Education Information
Rationale: 

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B. Call to Order
C. Pledge of Allegiance
D. OPS Vision and Mission Statement
Rationale:  The Vision:  Every Student.  Every Day.  Prepared for Success.

The Mission:  To prepare all students for success in college, career, and life.
E. Roll Call
E.1. Excused/Unexcused Absence
F. School Spotlight
Rationale:  The OPSProud Spotlight celebrates the AP Scholars of Burke High.
G. Board and Superintendent Communications
G.1. Superintendent
Attachments: (1)
G.2. Board Members
H. Public Comment and Recognition
I. Consent Agenda
Rationale:  At this time, any Board member may request that any item in the consent agenda be removed from the consent agenda and be considered and voted on separately. 
I.1. Reading of Minutes
I.1.a. Monday, February 7, 2022 - Regular Meeting
Attachments: (1)
I.2. Approval of Amendment No. 001 to the Agreement with Performance Foodservice, LLC (formerly Reinhart Foodservice, LLC) for Food and Supplies from August 2022 through July 2023 ($11,431,574.00)
Rationale:  FUND:     1       Nutrition Services
DEPT:     7165000 Nutrition Service
SUPPLIER: 22962   Performance Foodservice, LLC
POLICY:   7003, III.K., VII.A.
AMOUNT:   $11,431,574.00

Administration requests the approval of the attached Amendment No. 001 with Performance Foodservices, LLC (formerly Reinhart Foodservice, LLC) for the purchase of Food and Supplies for one additional year, at the same rates provided in the original agreement in compliance with Bid No. 19-036 which was approved by the Board of Education on May 21, 2019.  The Amendment will remain in effect from August 2022 through July 2023.
I.3. Authorization for Seim Johnson to share OSERS’ Audit Work Papers with Auditor of Public Accounts
Rationale:  In keeping with the provisions of Nebraska Revised Statute section 79-981, the Board of Education is responsible for the transaction of OSERS’ business.  Administration recommends authorizing OSERS’ Auditor Seim Johnson to share its work papers from the August 31, 2021 Audit with the Auditor of Public Accounts so that the Auditor of Public Accounts can perform its functions going forward as set forth in Nebraska Revised Statute section 79-987.
Attachments: (1)
I.4. Approval to Award Bid No. 22-030 to ASB Sports Acquisition (Doing Business As The Graphic Edge), Hauff Sports, and School Health Corporation to Purchase Soccer, Track, Wrestling Athletic Supplies, and Equipment at Bluestem Middle School, Buena Vista High School, and Westview High School - 2018 Bond Project ($332,387.70)
Rationale: 
FUND:       1           General Fund
PROGRAM:    2199        Other Student Support Services
DEPT. ID:   8861140     Bluestem Middle School Facility     $59,381.78
DEPT. ID:   3631145     Buena Vista High School Facility    $136,502.96
DEPT. ID:   3691145     Westview High School Facility       $136,502.96
SUPPLIER:   10023       The Graphic Edge                    $4,388.50
SUPPLIER:   3543        Hauff Sports                        $315,608.43
SUPPLIER:   2933        School Health Corporation           $12,390.77
POLICIES:   7000, III. K., 7000, VII. A.
AMOUNT:     $332,387.70
 
Administration recommends approval to award Bid No. 22-030 to The Graphic Edge, Hauff Sports, and School Health Corporation to purchase soccer, track, and wrestling for athletic supplies, and equipment for Bluestem Middle School, Buena Vista High School, and Westview High School. The District received nine (9) bid responses. BSN Sports is non-compliant due to not holding pricing per the bid.  Gopher Sports, Pyramid School Products, and Riddell/All American are non-compliant for not providing the required specification sheets and warranty information. S&S worldwide and Lou’s Sporting Goods are non-compliant for not submitting warranty information. Administration recommends that The Graphic Edge be awarded the following items: corner flags, soccer ball bags, pole vault cross bar, and the  .22 caliber starter pistol.  Administration recommends that Hauff Sports be awarded the following items: training hurdles, starting block cart, cheer mat, soccer balls, soccer goals, goalkeeper gloves, cones, soccer pinnies, pop up soccer goals, spikes, stop watches, track and field marker/cones, discus cage and net, discus aluminum throwing ring, pit rakes, megaphone start, shot put men’s, implement cart, track and field officials flags, starting blocks, indoor shots women’s, indoor shots men’s, pole vault pit, pole vault standards, pole vault cross bar placer, assorted pole vault poles men’s/women’s, high jump package, bungee crossbars, pole vault plant box, aluminum toe board throws, pole vault pole bag, all weather clip boards, .22 caliber blanks for starter pistol, discus women’s, indoor shot women’s, high jump cross bar, ball bags multi sports, coaches white board, 2" floor tape, cheer pom poms, cheer warm up jackets and pants, molded megaphone, cheerleader pom pom bag, 27 gallon storage tote with lid, wrestling head gear, wrestling score book, jump ropes, grappling dummy, medicine balls, medicine ball racks, ankle bands, wrestling knee pads, tennis scorekeeper, tennis ball cart, tennis ball hopper, tennis ball machine, tennis rackets, and golf push carts.  Administration recommends that School Health Corporation be awarded the following items: aluminum relay batons, shin guards, 50, 100, 300-foot measuring tape, shot put women’s, pennant streamers, hurdle transport cart, measuring wheel, cross country kit, unified bowling wheelchair ramp, and 4" mat tape. In addition, administration recommends rejecting all bids for the following items: discus women’s, discus men’s, Hy Tek meet manager, cameras, cheerleading practice balancer, wet bulb globe temperature, scale, 3-sided portable wrestling clocks, and men’s/women’s golf clubs due to not receiving a compliant bid that met specifications.  The total amount awarded to The Graphic Edge is $4,388.50, Hauff Sports is $315,608.43, and School Health Corporation is $12,390.77. 
 
OPS
Classification Code
Total
QTY

AWARDED BID
THE GRAPHIC EDGE
AWARDED BID
HAUFF SPORTS

AWARDED
BID
SCHOOL HEALTH CORPORATION
 
AAHS-206 SOCCER BALLS 160
$28.00
NC
*$61.72
$12.71
NC
 
AAHS-207 SOCCER GOALS 16 $5500.00 *$5463.89 NO BID  
AAHS-209 CORNER FLAGS 10 SETS *$325.00 $334.69
$40.01
NC
 
AAHS-210 GOALKEEPER GLOVES 38 $29.00 *$14.85 NO BID  
AAHS-211 SHIN GUARDS 420 $9.25 $7.72 *$4.34  
AAHS-212 SOCCER BALL BAGS 22 *$12.25 $30.37
$9.56
NC
 
AAHS-213 CONES 16 SETS $14.00 *$13.16 NO BID  
AAHS-254 SOCCER PINNEIS 140 $4.50 *$2.24 $2.60  
AAHS-255 POP-UP SOCCER GOALS 16 $72.00
*$24.14
 
$52.19  
AAHS-7 ALUMINUM RELAY BATONS 20 $4.50 $3.16 *$2.60  
AAHS-8 SPIKES 10 $11.00
NC
*$6.84 NO BID  
AAHS-9 STOP WATCHES 30 $49.00 *$26.88
$7.82
NC
 
AAHS-10 TRACK AND FIELD MARKERS/CONES 120 $5.50 *$.46 NO BID  
AAHS-11 DISCUS GAGE AND NET 5 $14,608.00 *$2076.50 NO BID  
AAHS-12 DISCUS ALUMINIM THROWING RING 5 $245.00 *$133.39 NO BID  
AAHS-13 50’ MEASURING TAPE 10 $12.00 $8.72 *$5.21  
AAHS-14 100’ MEASURING TAPE 6 $17.00 $10.32 *$7.82  
AAHS-15 300’ MEASURING TAPE 6 $47.00 $21.25 *$20.87  
AAHS-17 PIT RAKES 6 $85.00 *$70.96 NO BID  
AAHS-19 MEAGAPHONE-START 3 $410.00 *$273.85 $34.79
NC
 
AAHS-20 DISCUS (WOMEN’S) 16 NO BID
 
$5.75
NC
NO BID
 
 
AAHS-21 DISCUS (MEN’S) 16 NO BID
5.75
NC
NO BID  
AAHS-22 SHOT PUTS (WOMEN’S) 20 $20.00 $18.86 *$10.34  
AAHS-23 SHOT PUTS (MEN’S) 16 $35.00 *$26.41 $28.70  
AAHS-24 IMPEMENT CART 3 $650.00 *$533.88 NO BID  
AAHS-25 PENNANT STREAMERS 56 $24.00 $9.17 *$8.69  
AAHS-26 HURDLE TRANSPORT CART 12 $575.00 $587.70 *$530.56  
AAHS-27 TRAINING HURDLES 64 NO BID *$146.75 NO BID  
AAHS-28 MEASURING WHEEL 5 $129.00 $95.24 *$48.69  
AAHS-29 TRACK AND FIELD OFFICALS FLAGS 96 $13.50 *$11.96 NO BID  
AAHS-30 CROSS COUNTRY KIT 5 $505.00 $449.54 *$336.55  
AAHS-31 STARTING BLOCKS 40 $83.00 *$79.54 NO BID  
AAHS-32 STARTING BLOCK CART 5 $405.00 *$248.44 NO BID  
AAHS-33 INDOOR SHOTS (WOMEN’S) 15
$98.00

*$63.31
$86.99  
AAHS-34 INDOOR SHOTS (MEN’S) 12 $111.00 *$74.05 $84.38  
AAHS-35 POLE VAULT PITS 2 $33,000.00 *$32,930.76 NO BID  
AAHS-36 POLE VAULT STANDARDS 2 $2100.00 *$1489.28 NO BID  
AAHS-37 POLE VAULT CROSS BAR 12 *$24.50 $92.03 NO BID  
AAHS-38 POLE VAULT CROSS BAR PLACER 4 $135.00 *$126.13 NO BID  
AAHS-39 ASSORTATED POLE VAULT POLES- WOMEN’S 4 SETS $2237.00 *$2199.24 NO BID  
AAHS-40 ASSORTATED POLE VAULT POLES- MEN’S 4 SETS
$3459.00
NC
*$3507.13 NO BID  
AAHS-41 HIGH JUMP PACKAGE 3 $15,550.00 *$11,999.39 NO BID  
AAHS-42 BUNGEE CROSSBARS 8 $24.00 *$10.60 NO BID  
AAHS-231 POLE VAULT PLANT BOX 4 $515.00 *$212.26 NO BID  
AAHS-265 ALUMINUM TOE BOARD THROWS 9 $623.00 *$397.18 NO BID  
AAHS-266 POLE VAULT POLE BAG 4 $109.00 *$105.68 NO BID  
AAHS-274 ALL WEATHER TRACK CLIPBOARDS 60 NO BID *$29.18
$23.48
NC
 
AAHS-276 .22 CAL STARTER PISTOL 5 *$115.00 $232.91 NO BID  
AAHS-277 .22 CAL BLANKS FOR STARTER PISTOL 12 $60.00 *$23.00
NO BID
 
AAHS-278 HY TEK MEET MANAGER 2 NO BID NO BID NO BID  
AAMS-16 DISCUS WOMEN’S 4
NO BID

*$80.19

NO BID
 
AAMS-17 DISCUS MEN’S 4 NO BID
$5.75
NC
NO BID  
AAMS-27 INDOOR SHOTS WOMEN’S 3 $85.00 *$55.68 NO BID  
AAHS-301 HIGH JUMP CROSS BARS 9 $98.00 *$95.44 NO BID  
AAHS-217 BALL BAGS - MULTISPORT 80 NO BID *$13.16 $229.99  
AAHS-225 CAMERAS 9 NO BID NO BID
NO BID
 
 
AAHS-230 UNIFIED BOWLING WHEELCHAIR RAMP 5 NO BID
$112.47
 

*$8.69
 
 
AAHS- 256 COACHES WHITE BOARD 3 $168.00 *$90.23 NO BID  
AAHS-267 2’ FLOOR TAPE 30 $8.26 *$4.76 $26.09  
AAHS- 268 CHEER POM POMS 20
SETS
NO BID *$58.56 NO BID  
AAHS-269 CHEER WARM-UP JACKETS AND PANTS 30 NO BID *$51.97 NO BID  
AAHS-270 MOLDED MEGAPHONE 40
NO BID

*$29.06

NO BID
 
AAHS-271 CHEER MAT 4
NO BID
 
*$350.61 NO BID  
AAHS-272 CHEERLEADING PRACTICE BALANCER 2

NO BID
 

NO BID

NO BID
 
AAHS-273 CHEERLEADING POM POM BAG 6 NO BID *$13.16 NO BID  
AAHS 279 WET BULB GLOBE TEMPERATURE 8
NO BID

NO BID

NO BID
 
AAHS-282 27 GALLON STORAGE TOTE WITH LID 160 NO BID *$14.51 NO BID  
AAHS-162 WRESTLING HEADGEAR 260 $35.00 *$26.56 NO BID  
AAHS-164 SCALE 8 NO BID
$488.51
NC

$26.09
NC
 
AAHS-165 WRESTLING SCOREBOOK 10 $17.00 *$5.54 NO BID  
AAHS-166 MAT TAPE 4" 132 $10.00 $10.19 *$9.56  
AAHS-167 JUMP ROPE 105 $6.50 *$2.28 $12.17  
AAHS-168 GRAPPLING DUMMY 6 NO BID
*$582.00
 
NO BID  
AAHS-169 MEDICINE BALL SETS 4
NO BID

*$268.15

NO BID
 
AAHS-170 MEDICINE BALL RACKS 4
NO BID

*$62.10

NO BID
 
AAHS-171 3-SIDED PORTABLE WRESTLING CLOCKS 11 NO BID $4895.06
NC
NO BID  
AAHS-172 ANKLE BANDS 33 $9.00 *$8.06 NO BID  
AAHS-252 WRESTLING KNEE PADS 160 $26.00 *$25.68 NO BID  
AAHS-54 MEN’S GOLF CLUBS 12 SETS NO BID NO BID NO BID  
AAHS-55 WOMEN’S GOLF CLUBS 12 SETS NO BID NO BID NO BID  
AAHS-61 TENNIS SCOREKEEPER 12
NO BID
 

*$94.34
 
NO BID  
AAHS-62 TENNIS BALL CART 2 NO BID *$308.32 NO BID  
AAHS-63 TENNIS BALL HOPPER 4 NO BID *$54.80 NO BID  
AAHS-64 TENNIS BALL MACHINE 4 NO BID *$3530.86 NO BID  
AAHS-65 TENNIS RACKETS 20 NO BID *$23.23 NO BID  
AAHS-281 GOLF PUSH CARTS 24 NO BID *$258.75 NO BID  
           
OPS
Classification Code
Total
QTY


NON-COMPLIANT BID
BSN SPORTS
NON-COMPLIANT BID
Gopher Sports

NON-COMPLIANT BID
Lou’s Sporting Goods

NON-COMPLIANT BID
Pyramid School Products


NON-COMPLIANT BID
Riddell/ All American

 


NON-COMPLIANT BID
S&S Worldwide

 
AAHS-206 SOCCER BALLS 160
$71.00

NO BID
NO BID $58.00
NO BID

NO BID
AAHS-207 SOCCER GOALS 16
$4800.00

NO BID
$1147.50 $3060.00
$5560.50

$2694.99
AAHS-209 CORNER FLAGS 10 SETS
$140.00

NO BID
NO BID $299.95
$72.50

NO BID
AAHS-210 GOALKEEPER GLOVES 38
$60.00

NO BID

NO BID
$10.35
NO BID

NO BID
AAHS-211 SHIN GUARDS 420
$12.00

NO BID

NO BID
$11.99
$3.65

NO BID
AAHS-212 SOCCER BALL BAGS 22
$2.20

NO BID

NO BID
$3.29
$43.50

$3.71
 
AAHS-213 CONES
 
16 SETS
$2.52

NO BID

NO BID
$4.92
NO BID

NO BID
AAHS-254 SOCCER PINNEIS 140
$2.20

NO BID

NO BID
$2.20
$3.63

NO BID
AAHS-255 POP-UP SOCCER GOALS 16
$46.20
$67.85
NO BID
$45.00
$75.25

$48.96
AAHS-7 ALUMINUM RELAY BATONS 20
$1.20

NO BID
$3.50 $1.99
$3.75

NO BID
AAHS-8 SPIKES 10
$15.00

NO BID
$7.85 NO BID
NO BID
 

NO BID
AAHS-9 STOP WATCHES 30
$36.00

NO BID
$29.25 $23.95
NO BID

NO BID
AAHS-10 TRACK AND FIELD MARKERS/CONES 120
NO BID

NO BID
$.89 $1.19
NO BID

NO BID
AAHS-11 DISCUS GAGE AND NET 5
$2988.00

NO BID
$1995.00 NO BID
NO BID

NO BID
AAHS-12 DISCUS ALUMINIM THROWING RING 5
$345.00

NO BID
$125.00 NO BID
NO BID

NO BID
AAHS-13 50’ MEASURING TAPE 10
$3.50

$9.75
$17.95 $4.25
$11.25

NO BID
 
AAHS-14 100’ MEASURING TAPE 6
$5.57
$12.42 $18.95 $7.20
$15.00

NO BID
AAHS-15 300’ MEASURING TAPE 6
$15.64

$40.01

$42.95

$15.50

$43.75

NO BID
AAHS-17 PIT RAKES 6
$40.55

NO BID
$59.00 NO BID
$80.00

NO BID
AAHS-19 MEAGAPHONE-START 3
$158.00

NO BID
NO BID NO BID
NO BID

NO BID
AAHS-20 DISCUS (WOMEN’S) 16

$7.20


NO BID

$6.95
$43.05

NO BID

$73.75
$57.50
$18.75


NO BID
AAHS-21 DISCUS (MEN’S) 16
$10.59

NO BID
$9.95
$51.95

NO BID
$95.25
$60.00
$14.38

NO BID
AAHS-22 SHOT PUTS (WOMEN’S) 20
$20.50

NO BID
$17.75
NO BID

$22.50

NO BID
AAHS-23 SHOT PUTS (MEN’S) 16
$22.50

NO BID
$24.50
NO BID

$26.25

NO BID
AAHS-24 IMPEMENT CART 3
$274.00

NO BID
$499.95
NO BID

NO BID
 

NO BID
AAHS-25 PENNANT STREAMERS 56
$7.84

NO BID
$23.00
NO BID

NO BID

$28.60
 
AAHS-26 HURDLE TRANSPORT CART
 
12
$730.00

NO BID
$340.00
NO BID

$620.00

NO BID
AAHS-27 TRAINING HURDLES 64
$104.00

NO BID
$139.95
NO BID

NO BID

NO BID
 
AAHS-28
MEASURE WHEEL
5
$184.00

NO BID
$90.00
NO BID

NO BID

NO BID
AAHS-29 TRACK AND FIELD OFFICALS FLAGS 96
$14.80

NO BID
$11.95 NO BID
$13.00

NO BID
AAHS-30 CROSS COUNTRY KIT 5
$686.00

NO BID
$425.00 $78.89
NO BID

NO BID
AAHS-31 STARTING BLOCKS 40
$94.49

NO BID
$139.95
NO BID

$146.25

NO BID
 
AAHS-32 STARTING BLOCK CART 5
$245.00

NO BID
$525.00
NO BID

$778.75

NO BID
 
AAHS-33 INDOOR SHOTS (WOMEN’S) 15
$31.45

NO BID
$59.00
NO BID

$82.00

NO BID
 
AAHS-34 INDOOR SHOTS (MEN’S) 12
$36.64

NO BID
$69.95
NO BID

$58.92

NO BID
AAHS-35 POLE VAULT PITS 2
$46600.0

NO BID
$35000.0
NO BID

NO BID

NO BID
AAHS-36 POLE VAULT STANDARDS 2
$2280.00

NO BID
$1395.00
NO BID

NO BID

NO BID
 
AAHS-37 POLE VAULT CROSS BAR 12
$140.00

NO BID
$89.95
NO BID

NO BID

NO BID
 
AAHS-38 POLE VAULT CROSS BAR PLACER 4
24.20

NO BID
$27.00
NO BID

NO BID

NO BID
AAHS-39 ASSORTATED POLE VAULT POLES- WOMEN’S 4 SETS
NO BID

NO BID
NO BID
NO BID

NO BID

NO BID
AAHS-40 ASSORTATED POLE VAULT POLES- MEN’S 4 SETS
NO BID

NO BID
NO BID
NO BID

NO BID

NO BID
AAHS-41 HIGH JUMP PACKAGE 3
$7779.55

NO BID
$8995.00
NO BID

NO BID

NO BID
AAHS-42 BUNGEE CROSSBARS 8
NO BID

NO BID
$21.95
NO BID

$21.25

NO BID
AAHS-231 POLE VAULT PLANT BOX 4

NO BID


NO BID


$199.95


NO BID


NO BID


NO BID
AAHS-265 ALUMINUM TOE BOARD THROWS 9
$695.00

NO BID
$375.00
NO BID

NO BID

NO BID
AAHS-266 POLE VAULT POLE BAG 4
NO BID

NO BID
NO BID
NO BID

NO BID

NO BID
AAHS-274 ALL WEATHER TRACK CLIPBOARDS 60
NO BID

NO BID
NO BID
NO BID

NO BID

NO BID
AAHS-276 .22 CAL STARTER PISTOL 5
NO BID

NO BID
$265.00
NO BID

NO BID

NO BID
 
AAHS-277 .22 CAL BLANKS FOR STARTER PISTOL 12
NO BID

NO BID
$27.95
NO BID

NO BID

NO BID
AAHS-278 HY TEK MEET MANAGER 2
NO BID

NO BID
NO BID
NO BID

NO BID

NO BID
 
AAMS-16 DISCUS WOMEN’S 4
$7.20

NO BID
$6.95
$43.95

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID
AAMS-17 DISCUS MEN’S 4
$10.59

NO BID
$9.95
$51.95

NO BID

$57.50

NO BID
AAMS-27 INDOOR SHOTS WOMEN’S 3
$31.45

NO BID
$52.95
NO BID

$73.75
 

NO BID
AAHS-301 HIGH JUMP CROSS BARS 9
$140.00

NO BID
$75.00
NO BID

NO BID

NO BID
 
AAHS-217 BALL BAGS - MULTISPORT 80
$2.20

NO BID

NO BID

$3.20

NO BID

NO BID
AAHS-225 CAMERAS 9
NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID
 
AAHS-230 UNIFIED BOWLING WHEELCHAIR RAMP 5
NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID
AAHS- 256 COACHES WHITE BOARD 3
$144.00

NO BID

NO BID

$102.00

$165.00

NO BID
AAHS-267 2’ FLOOR TAPE 30
$5.20

NO BID

NO BID

$4.05

NO BID

$4.85
AAHS- 268 CHEER POM POMS 20 SETS
NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID
AAHS-269 CHEER WARM-UP JACKETS AND PANTS 30
NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID
AAHS-270 MOLDED MEGAPHONE 40
NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID
 
AAHS-271 CHEER MAT 4
$182.00

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID
AAHS-272 CHEERLEADING PRACTICE BALANCER 2
NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID
AAHS-273 CHEERLEADING POM POM BAG 6
NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID
AAHS 279 WET BULB GLOBE TEMPERATURE 8
NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID
AAHS-282 27 GALLON STORAGE TOTE WITH LID 160
NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID
AAHS-162 WRESTLING HEADGEAR 260
$26.85

NO BID

NO BID

$23.95

NO BID

NO BID
AAHS-164
SCALE
8
$970.00

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID
AAHS-165 WRESTLING SCOREBOOK 10
$5.94

NO BID

NO BID
$5.79
NO BID

NO BID
AAHS-166 MAT TAPE 4" 132
$12.00

NO BID

NO BID
$6.69
NO BID

NO BID
AAHS-167 JUMP ROPE 105
$1.02

NO BID

$2.50
$1.35
NO BID

NO BID
AAHS-168 GRAPPLING DUMMY 6
NO BID

NO BID

NO BID
NO BID
NO BID

NO BID
 
AAHS-169 MEDICINE BALL SETS 4
$168.00

NO BID

$201.70
NO BID
NO BID

NO BID
AAHS-170 MEDICINE BALL RACKS 4
$83.00

NO BID

NO BID
$89.00
NO BID

NO BID
AAHS-171 3-SIDED PORTABLE WRESTLING CLOCKS 11
$6510.00

NO BID

NO BID
NO BID
 

NO BID

NO BID
AAHS-172 ANKLE BANDS 33
$8.70

NO BID

NO BID
$8.00
NO BID
 

NO BID
AAHS-252 WRESTLING KNEE PADS 160
$30.40

NO BID

NO BID
$17.38
NO BID

NO BID
AAHS-54 MEN’S GOLF CLUBS 12 SETS
NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID
AAHS-55 WOMEN’S GOLF CLUBS 12 SETS
NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID
AAHS-61 TENNIS SCOREKEEPER 12
NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID
AAHS-62 TENNIS BALL CART 2
NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID
AAHS-63 TENNIS BALL HOPPER 4
NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID
AAHS-64 TENNIS BALL MACHINE 4
NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID
AAHS-65 TENNIS RACKETS 20
NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID
AAHS-281 GOLF PUSH CARTS 24
NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

NO BID

 
I.5. Approval to Award Bid No. 22-035 to Kansas City Audio-Visual for Mobile Stands for Active Panels/Promethean Boards at Forest Station Elementary School, Pine Elementary School, Bluestem Middle School, Buena Vista High School, and Westview High School - 2018 Bond Project ($50,163.19)
Rationale:  FUND:       41          2018 Bond Program Fund
PROGRAM:    54630       Equipment under $5000.00
DEPT. ID:   1910020     Forest Station Elementary School Facility $22,801.45
DEPT. ID:   1900020     Pine Elementary School Facility           $24,104.39
DEPT. ID:   8860020     Bluestem Middle School Facility           $   651.47
DEPT. ID:      3630020            Buena Vista High School Facility          $ 1,302.94
DEPT. ID:      3690020            Westview High School Facility             $ 1,302.94
VENDOR:     36705       Kansas City Audio-Visual
POLICIES:   7000, III. K., 7000, VII.A
AMOUNT:     $50,163.19

Administration recommends that Bid No. 22-035 be awarded to Kansas City Audio-Visual for the purchase of Mobile Stands.  Bids were solicited to purchase Mobile Stands for Active Panels/Promethean Boards at Forest Station Elementary School, Pine Elementary School, Bluestem Middle School, Buena Vista High School, and Westview High School as part of the 2018 Bond Project. These stands will be used in the schools during instruction by students and staff for mobile Active Panels/Promethean boards. Kansas City Audio-Visual was the low compliant bidder meeting the specification.  The total amount awarded to Kansas City Audio-Visual is $50,163.19.

OPS Classification Code
 

Product
Item

QTY

AWARDED BID

Kansas City Audio-Visual

BID


CCS Presentation
Systems

BID


Striv
AV

BID


Haddock
Education
Technology

BID


Counter Trade Product
Inc.
CART - 1 Mobile Active Panel Cart 77 *$651.47 $1,515.00
 
$772.00 $624.41
NC
$565.22
NC
* = Awarded low priced item meeting specifications from a compliant bidder.
NC = Non-compliant does not meet specifications within the bid document

For complete bid documentation, contact elizabeth.nowlin@ops.org.
Attachments: (2)
I.6. Approval to Award Bid No. 22-039 to Sirius Computer Solutions, LLC., for Network Switches and Wireless Access Points from July 2022 through June 2023  ($1,607,365.65)
Rationale: 
FUND:       1           General Fund
PROGRAM:    2510        Business Support Services
DEPT:       7062510     Information Management Service
SUPPLIER:   24091       Sirius Computer Solutions
POLICY:     7000, III.K., VII.A.
AMOUNT:     $1,607,365.65
 
Administration recommends that Bid No. 22-039 be awarded to Sirius Computer Solutions, LLC., to purchase network switches, wireless access points, and switch modules to update existing District Network equipment.  The switches, which will be added to existing wireless controllers are compatible with existing District prime infrastructure, including identity services engine, and access points.  The term of the bid is for one year ending on June 30, 2023.  The bid award is subject to completion of a contract.  The District also received a bid response from Princeton IT Services Inc., which is non-compliant due to the price structure.
 
The bid complies fully with E-rate competitive bidding rules for funding year 2022.  The network infrastructure components are eligible for a Priority 2 E-rate projected discount of 85%, subject to E-rate Category II site budget caps.
The total amount to be awarded to Sirius Computer Solutions, Inc., is $1,607,365.65, total cost with projected 85% discount is $241,104.85.
  Network Switches and Wireless Access Points
Quantity
Princeton IT Services, Inc.
Sirius Computer Solutions, Inc.
 
 
Unit Price
 
Switch: Catalyst 9500 24 Port 1/10/25G, Advantage Lic 5 yr, 2 x AC Power Supply, 2 x power cord (Nema 5-15) or equivalent

20

$4,83,773

$19,612.55
Switch: Catalyst 9300 24 Port PoE+, Advantage Lic 5yr, 2 x 715W AC Power supply, 2 x power cord (NEMA 5-15) 8 x 10GE Network Module or equivalent.


1


$7,802.97


$6,661.54
Switch: Catalyst 9300 48 Port PoE+, Advantage Lic 5yr, 2 x 715W AC Power supply, 2 x power cord (NEMA 5-15) 8 x 10GE Network Module or equivalent.



45


$3,03,260.85


$10,182.77
Switch: Catalyst 9300 24-Port mGig and UPOE, Advantage Lic 5yr, 2 x AC Power supply, 2 x power cord (NEMA 5-15) 8 x 10GE Network Module or equivalent.


20


$1,04,296


$10,497.50
Access Point: Catalyst 9130AXI-B 802.11ax; 8x8; Mod; Int Ant: mGig B Domain or equivalent.

327

$494,080.65

  $1,131.30
Switch Module: Catalyst 10GE LRM Fiber SFP Transceivers

288

$227,511.36

$591.47
 
Complete bid documentation is available in the office of District Operational Services.
I.7. Approval to Award Bid No.22-051 to Bay Promo for Adult Disposable Face Masks for District-Wide Use for the 2022-2023 School Year ($100,000.00)
Rationale:  FUND:     1       General Fund
PROGRAM:  2510    Business Support Services
DEPT:     7160010 Business Service Administration
SUPPLIER: 62505   Bay Promo
POLICIES: 7000, III.K., 7000, VII.A.
AMOUNT: $100,000.00

Administration recommends approval to award Bid No.22-051 to Bay Promo, for Adult size 3-ply disposable face masks. The District received twenty-four (24) bid responses. Big Apple Sign Group and Unipack were non-compliant as they did not meet the required product specifications and bid requirements. The low bidder that met compliance for the disposable face masks was Bay Promo, at $2.00 per box of fifty (50) masks. The masks will be used by students, and staff and visitors throughout the District.  The initial order will be for a quantity of twelve thousand (12,000) boxes of fifty (50) masks per bid requirements.  Total price of the initial purchase of fifty thousand (50,000) boxes of (50) masks is $100,000.00.  The terms will commence following Board approval on February 25, 2022, through end of business February 24 ,2023 with the option of additional purchases for up to two, one (1) year extensions at the discretion of the District.

 
Supplier Unit $ (Box of 50 Masks)
Ase $2.68
Bay Promo $2.00*
Buyer’s Point $2.97
Green Layer $3.00
Hepro Us Inc. $2.40
Medisca Inc. $3.25
My Central Supply $3.09
Purelink Canada $2.75
Remade, USA $2.25

Complete bid documentation contact Jeffrey.Calhoun@ops.org.
 
I.8. Approval to Award RFP No. 004-22 to Stanbury Uniforms, LLC., for Band Uniforms for Buena Vista High School - 2018 Bond Project ($82,167.00)
Rationale:  FUND:       1           General Fund
PROGRAM:    1100        Regular Instruction          
DEPT:       3631136     Buena Vista        
SUPPLIER:   52291       Stanbury Uniforms, LLC.
POLICIES:   7000, III. K., 7000, VII.A
AMOUNT:     $82,167.00
     
Administration recommends that RFP No. 004-22 be awarded to Stanbury Uniforms, LLC. for Band Uniforms, which include Uniform Jacket, Drum Major Jacket, Uniform Bib, Reversible Leg Cape, Shako, Shako Box, Shako Wrap, Shako Plume, Shako Plume Color #2, Plume Storage Box, Gauntlets, Garment Bags, and Bib Bar Hangers.  Bids were solicited for band uniforms for Buena Vista High School which will be used by Buena Vista High School band students for marching band and competitions. The District received three (3) bid responses. Fred J Miller Inc. and Fruhauf Uniforms are non-compliant due to not meeting jacket construction specifications. The total amount awarded to Stanbury Uniforms, LLC., is $82,167.00.

 
Item Description Quantity Stanbury Uniforms, LLC.* Fred J Miller, Inc. NC Fruhauf Uniforms NC
Uniform Jacket 134  $    205.00  $   195.00
       NC   
 $  221.98    
      NC
Uniform Jacket (Drum Major) 6  $    215.00  $   195.00
       NC
 $  221.98
      NC
Uniform Bib 140  $     88.00  $    65.00
       NC
 $   84.22
      NC
Uniform Reversible Leg Cape 140  $     60.50  $    50.00
       NC
 $   60.83
      NC
Uniform Shako 140  $     57.50  $    48.00
       NC
 $   64.82
      NC
Uniform Shako Box 140  $     12.25  $    12.00
       NC
 $   12.00
      NC
Shako Wrap 140  $     36.00  $    50.00
       NC
 $   20.11
      NC
Shako Plume 140  $     22.75  $    23.00
       NC
 $   17.80
      NC
Shako Plume - Second Color 140  $     37.50  $    18.00
       NC
 $   37.00
      NC
Plume Storage Box 3  $    125.00  $    99.00
       NC
 $  100.00
      NC
Uniform Gauntlets 140  $     47.30  $    40.00
       NC
 $   43.28
      NC
Uniform Garment Bags 140  $     17.00  $    12.00
       NC
 $   15.00
      NC
Bib Bar Hangers 140  $      0.00  $     0.00   $    0.00
      NC  

* Awarded low bidder meeting specifications.
NC Non-compliant as did not meet bid specifications.

For complete bid documentation contact Yvonne.Schuster@ops.org.
I.9. Approval of Claims Report A - District Expenditure
Rationale:  The Board of Education is required by State Statute 79-584 to approve all expenditures of District funds.  Expenditures are presented to the Board for approval in the form of a Claims Report.  Claims Report A is a listing of all District expenditures and are organized and presented to the Board by which fund the expenditure is being made from (e.g. General Fund, Bond Fund, etc.).
Attachments: (3)
I.10. Approval of Claims Report B - Expenditures from Various Student Activity Funds for which the Board Serves as Custodian
Rationale: 
The Board of Education is required by State Statute 79-584 to approve all expenditures of funds for which the District serves as custodian.  Expenditures are presented to the Board for approval in the form of a Claims Report.  Claims Report B is a listing of expenditures from the various Student Activity Funds for which the Board serves as custodian.
Attachments: (1)
I.11. Approval of Claims Report C - Expenditures on behalf of Board Members or their Related Organizations
Rationale:  Board Members are prohibited by Nebraska law from voting on items which may personally benefit them.  Expenditures which may personally benefit individual Board Members are presented to the Board for approval in the form of a separate Claims Report in order to permit those Board Members to abstain from voting on items which may personally benefit them.  The Board of Education is required by State Statute 79-584 to approve all expenditures of District funds.  Claims Report C is a listing of expenditures that may relate to individual Board Members or Organizations that employ them.
Attachments: (1)
I.12. Approval of Claims Report D - Payroll Expenditures
Rationale:  The Board of Education is required by State Statute 79-584 to approve all expenditures of District funds.  Payroll expenditures are presented to the Board for ratification in the form of a Claims Report.  Claims Report D is a summary of payrolls processed and is presented by payroll and pay date.
Attachments: (1)
I.13. Approval of Educational Service Unit No. 19 Claims - Expenditures to be Paid from Education Service Unit's Funds
Rationale:  The Board of Education serves as the Board of Educational Service Unit 19.  The Board of Educational Service Unit 19 is required to approve all expenditures of District funds as well as funds for which the District serves as custodian.  Expenditures are presented to the Board for approval in the form of a Claims Report.  Educational Service Unit No. 19 Claims Report is a listing of all expenditures to be paid from the Education Service Unit's funds.
Attachments: (1)
I.14. Approval of Omaha School Employees Retirement System Claims - Expenditures to be paid from the OSERS's Funds
Rationale:  In keeping with the provisions of Nebraska Revised Statute section 79-981, the Board of Education is responsible for the transaction of OSERS’ business, including approval of expenditures of OSERS’ funds.   Pursuant to Nebraska Revised Statute Section 79-989, the amount of accumulated member contributions and interest earned refunded directly to individuals is not public record and these amounts have been redacted and presented in total. The Administration recommends approval of the attached claims to be paid from OSERS’ funds.
Attachments: (1)
I.15. Committee on Claims Audit Approval 02/24/2022
Rationale:  State Statue 79-584 requires the Secretary to the Board of Education to audit all accounts of the Class school district and to submit that audit to the Board of Education Audit Committee for review and approval.   The objective of the audit is to obtain and review sufficient claim documentation to determine the risk of material misstatement.   The audit methodology is set forth on the Claims Audit Report.
Attachments: (2)
I.16. Approval of the Head Start Grant Budget Revision and Extension Request for the Fiscal Year 2021 ($362,619.39)
Rationale: 
FUND: 156  Head Start/Early Head Start
PROGRAM:  3201  Early Childhood
DEPT: 0660085  Early Childhood
POLICIES:  3570 
AMOUNT:  $362,619.39

Administration recommends approval of the Head Start Grant Budget Revision and Extension Request for the Fiscal Year 2021. This budget revision and extension request will allow the District-operated Head Start program to spend the remaining $362,619.39 that was unspent due to staff vacancies, to complete the construction of various playgrounds and completion of delegate early childhood training that is currently in progress, through October 31, 2022. The Fiscal Year 2020 extension request, approved by the OPS Board of Education on November 15, 2021, was denied by the Office of Head Start due to grant funding regulations, although this request was originally encouraged by the Head Start Regional Office. OPS was able to complete purchases of playground equipment and rubber surfacing during the original timeframe. However, installation will be completed using the Fiscal Year 2021 funding.
I.17. Approval of Head Start Nonfederal Share Waiver Request for Fiscal Year 2021 ($2,007,504.25)
Rationale:  FUND: 156,  Head Start/Early Head Start
PROGRAM: 3201,  Early Childhood
DEPT: 0660085,  Head Start
POLICIES: 3570 
AMOUNT: $2,007,504.25
 
In keeping with 42 U.S.C. 9837 (also known as Section 642 of the Head Start Act), the Board of Education serves as the Governing Body for Head Start.  Under the Head Start Act, the Board of Education has legal and fiscal responsibility for the Head Start program and is required to review and approve all applications for funding and amendments.  Moreover, in accordance with Policy 3570, it is the policy of the District to comply with federal grant programs in which the District participates.  Head Start is one such program.   The Head Start program is required to document a non-federal share match amount of $2,007,504.25 for the 2021 fiscal year.  As a result of reduced community and volunteer capabilities during the Covid-19 pandemic, the District was only able to document $1,333,446.09 in non-federal share monies, $674,058.16 less than the required amount.  As a result, the Administration recommends that the Board approve submission of Head Start Fiscal Year 2020 a Non-federal Share waiver request.  
Attachments: (2)
I.18. Approval of Proposed Staffing Adjustments 
Rationale:  Policy 4001 and 4035 require that the election of employees shall be by action of the Board of Education upon recommendation of the Superintendent or designee.  Additionally, Policy 4008 requires that the Chief Human Resources Officer process all retirements, resignations, cancellations, contract amendments and terminations of employment making a recommendation for appropriate action to the Superintendent and Board of Education.  Therefore, the District recommends the approval of the attached Staffing Adjustments.  
Attachments: (1)
I.19. Approval to Purchase Amatrol Trainers for Northwest High School for the 2022-2023 School Year ($242,800.00)
Rationale:  Fund:  1, General, $176,800.00
Fund:  176, $66,000.00
Project:  471822, Perkins Basic Grant
Program:  2211, Career and Tech Ed Support
Department:  7196010, Career & Technical Education
Supplier:  Moss Educational & Industrial Training Solutions 
Policies:  7000 V.A.
Strat Plan:  Goal 1 - Academics 
Amount:  $242,800.00
 
Administration requests approval to purchase Amatrol Trainers for the Northwest High School Energy Systems Technology Pathway. Students will gain the basic knowledge and skills to use various equipment and components found in the process and power operations industry, including maintenance, safety, lubrication, precision measuring devices, compressors, pumps, valves, and process instrumentation. In keeping with the bid exceptions contained within Policy 7000, Section V.A., no bid was required for this purchase.  
Attachments: (1)
I.20. Approval to Purchase Computer Printers and Accessories from B&H Foto and Electronics (Doing Business As B&H) for Forest Station Elementary School, Pine Elementary School, Bluestem Middle School, Buena Vista High School, and Westview High School ($347,587.31)
Rationale:  FUND:       1           General Fund
PROGRAM:    1100        Regular Instruction                      
DEPT. ID:   1911100     Forest Station Elementary School Facility
SUPPLIER:   2323        B&H Foto and Electronics DBA B&H
POLICY:     Policy 7000, V., B.
AMOUNT:     $34,686.46

FUND:       1           General Fund
PROGRAM:    1100        Regular Instruction                      
DEPT. ID:   1901100     Pine Elementary School Facility
SUPPLIER:   2323        B&H Foto and Electronics DBA B&H
POLICY:     Policy 7000, V., B.
AMOUNT:     $34,686.46

FUND:       1           General Fund
PROGRAM:    1100        Regular Instruction                      
DEPT. ID:   8861100     Bluestem Middle School Facility          
SUPPLIER:   2323        B&H Foto and Electronics DBA B&H
POLICY:     Policy 7000, V., B.
AMOUNT:     $55,513.70

FUND:       1           General Fund
PROGRAM:    1100        Regular Instruction                       $79,125.55
DEPT. ID:   3631100     Buena Vista High School Facility
PROGRAM:    1184        Family & Consumer Science                  $2,225.00
PROGRAM:    1186        Business Education                        $33,440.64
DEPT. ID:   3631400     Buena Vista High School Facility         
SUPPLIER:   2323        B&H Foto and Electronics DBA B&H
POLICY:     Policy 7000, V., B.
AMOUNT:     $114,791.19

FUND:       1           General Fund
PROGRAM:    1100        Regular Instruction                       $79,125.55
DEPT. ID:   3691100     Westview High School Facility      
PROGRAM:    1184        Family & Consumer Science                 $11,052.50
PROGRAM:    1186        Business Education                        $17,731.45
DEPT. ID:   3691400     Westview High School Facility            
SUPPLIER:   2323        B&H Foto and Electronics DBA B&H
POLICY:     Policy 7000, V., B.
AMOUNT:     $107,909.50

Administration recommends utilizing pricing on the Region 4 Education Service Center (ESC) OMNIA Contract #R201202 which is an exception (Policy 7000. V., B.) to normal bidding to purchase twenty-six (26) printers, sixteen (16) monitors, fifty (50) charge cables, fifty-two (52) charging stations, and seventy-two (72) power strips for Forest Station Elementary School; twenty-six (26) printers, sixteen (16) monitors, fifty (50) charge cables, fifty-two (52) charging stations, and seventy-two (72) power strips for Pine Elementary; thirty-one (31) printers, eighty-three (83) monitors, seventy-five (75) charge cables, sixty-eight(68) charging stations, and one-hundred thirty-six (136) power strips for Bluestem Middle School all for regular instruction from B&H Foto and Electronics DBA B&H.  In addition, five (5) printers for Family & Consumer Science, nine (9) printers for Business Education, forty-five (45) printers for regular instruction, thirty (30) monitors for Business Education, one-hundred fifty (150) monitors for regular instruction, one hundred (100) charge cables, eighty-five (85) charging station, and one-hundred seventy (170) power strips for regular instruction, one-hundred eighty (180) tablet keyboards, six (6) webcams and ten (10) monitor mounts for Business Education for Buena Vista High School; and six (6) printers for Family & Consumer Science, nine (9) printers for Business Education, forty-five (45) printers for regular instruction, fifty (50) monitors for Family & Consumer Science, one-hundred fifty (150) monitors for regular instruction, one-hundred (100) charge cables, eighty-five (85) charging stations, and one-hundred seventy (170) power strips for regular instruction, one-hundred fifty (150) tablet keyboards and five (5) webcams for Business Education for Westview High School from B&H Foto and Electronics DBA B&H. The total cost of this purchase in $347,587.31.
Attachments: (4)
I.21. Grant Fund Budget Awards
Attachments: (1)
J. Discussion and/or Action Items
J.1. Action Item(s)
J.1.a. Approval of Resolution 22-001 Rescinding Resolution 21-015 Requiring Face Coverings for the District’s Students, Employees, Families and Visitors
Rationale:  In light of the fact that the Douglas County Health Director, acting in her capacity as the City of Omaha Health Director, has allowed the City of Omaha mask mandate to expire and given that the number of COVID-19 cases within the District has continued to decline significantly, Administration recommends that Resolution 21-015 requiring face coverings for the District’s students, employees, families and visitors, which was adopted by the Board of Education on August 9, 2021, be rescinded as set forth the attached Resolution 22-001.  Employees, students, families, or visitors who wish to voluntarily wear face coverings remain welcome to do so.  The rescission of Resolution 21-015 shall have no impact on any requirement for use of face coverings issued by the Federal, State or local government which affects the District.
J.2. Information Item(s)
K. Receipt of Reports
K.1. 2021-2022 Class Size and Pupil to Teacher Ratio Report
Rationale:  Each year, the Research Division's staff oversees the preparation of this report. The purpose of this report is to provide a summary of the district’s 2021-2022 class sizes by building.
Attachments: (1)
K.2. CBOC update of the Phase II Bond Programs January 2022
Rationale:  Attached please find updates from Citizen’s Bond Oversight Committee (CBOC)
 
Attachments: (1)
L. Request for Closed Session
Rationale:  The Omaha Board of Education is authorized by state statute to hold closed sessions.  Closed sessions may be held when clearly necessary for the protection of the public interest or for the prevention of needless injury to the reputation of an individual.  Reasons that meet this standard include but are not limited to:  (a) strategy sessions with respect to collective bargaining, real estate matters, pending litigation, or litigation which is imminent as evidenced by communication of a claim or threat of litigation to or by the public body; (b) discussion regarding deployment of security personnel or devices; (c) investigative proceedings regarding allegations of criminal misconduct; (d) evaluation of the job performance of a person when necessary to prevent needless injury to the reputation of a person and if such person has not requested a public meeting; and (e) legal advice.

Explanation

At this point, it is appropriate for the Board to meet in closed session for one of the stated matters and/or any other permissible closed session matters in compliance with the law.

PROPOSAL:

That the Board hold a closed session:

1.  For strategy session with respect to negotiations/collective bargaining clearly necessary for the protection of the public interest or for the prevention of needless injury to the reputation of an individual in compliance with the law.

2.  For strategy session with respect to property/real estate matters clearly necessary for the protection of the public interest or for the prevention of needless injury to the reputation of an individual in compliance with the law.

3.  For strategy session with respect to pending litigation, or litigation which is imminent as evidenced by communication of a claim or threat of litigation to or by the public body clearly necessary for the protection of the public interest or for the prevention of needless injury to the reputation of an individual in compliance with the law.

4.  For discussion regarding deployment of security personnel or devices clearly necessary for the protection of the public interest or for the prevention of needless injury to the reputation of an individual in compliance with the law.

5.  For investigative proceedings regarding allegations of criminal misconduct clearly necessary for the protection of the public interest or for the prevention of needless injury to the reputation of an individual in compliance with the law.

6.  For personnel and the evaluation of job performance clearly necessary for the protection of the public interest or for the prevention of needless injury to the reputation of an individual in compliance with the law.

7.  For discussions of the legal consequences of specific action and legal advice clearly necessary for the protection of the public interest or for the prevention of  needless injury to the reputation of an individual in compliance with the law.

 
M. Adjournment

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