skip to main content
 
Download

View Options:

Show Everything
Hide Everything

June 23, 2022 at 6:00 PM - Omaha Public Schools Board of Education and Educational Service Unit 19 Board Meeting

Agenda
A. OPS Board Of Education Information
Rationale: 

Notice to visitors: If you wish to speak, please obtain a “Request to be Heard” form from the entry table and return the completed form to the table attendant or the Board of Education Director.

The agenda will be kept current and available for public inspection in the office of the Secretary of the Board of Education at the Administrative Building during regular working hours. 

Board members may request specific agenda item(s) be moved to a different place on the agenda.  Please attend the entire meeting to ensure you hear discussion on a particular agenda item.

Pursuant to Section 84-1412 of the Nebraska Statutes, the public is hereby informed that a current copy of the Nebraska Open Meetings Act is posted in the Board meeting room on the north wall.

Agenda items are subject to reordering at discretion of the board president, please attend the entire meeting to ensure you're able to hear any discussion. If you would like to rehear any discussion, please listen to our podcast located on the District Web Page, district.ops.org.

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. Board and Superintendent Communications
F.1. Superintendent
Attachments: (1)
F.2. Board Members
G. Public Comment and Recognition
H. 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. 
H.1. Reading of Minutes
H.1.a. Monday, June 6, 2022 - Regular Meeting
Attachments: (1)
H.2. Acceptance of the Certificate of Substantial Completion for Pine Elementary School – 2018 Bond Program
Rationale:  Pursuant to Policy 7003,F.4., Administration and Jacobs in keeping with long standing practice, the Substantial Completion for Pine Elementary School is being submitted to the Board of Education for acceptance.

Contractor                           Project                                  Completion Date
Darland Construction          Pine Elementary School       May 18, 2022
                 
The completion date, as listed above, is the date of commencement of the one-year warranty period and required by the contract documents. This agreed upon contractual date will provide continuity in the start dates of the warranties and takes into consideration that the Owner had beneficial use and occupancy of the facility.
H.3. Acceptance of Grant Award from Sixpence for Early Childhood Education Programs ($1,275,000)
Rationale:  The District has applied for and received a grant in the amount of $1,275,000 to assist in funding its Early Childhood Education programs.  This grant is an annual request and is allocated for the 2022-2023 school year.  The grant is allocated as follows:  Omaha Early Learning Center Homebased - $159,710, Omaha Early Learning Center Centerbased - $534,040, and Omaha Educare - $581,250 contingent on meeting the quality indicators of supervision and ratio.  Staff recommends acceptance of the Sixpence Grant on the terms set forth in the attached Grant Award Letter.
Attachments: (1)
H.4. Approval of 7th and 8th Grade Athletic Insurance Coverage with Great American Insurance Group for the 2022-2023 School Year 
Rationale:  In keeping with the provisions of Policy 8120, Section C, the Administration recommends the approval of the attached renewal of 7th & 8th Grade Athletic Insurance Coverage at the cost of $5,378.00 annually with Great American Insurance Group. This plan is currently provided by Student Assurance Services & Zurich Insurance and has been in place since 2008.   Zurich Insurance no longer writes this type of plan, but Great American Insurance Group took over the program with no change to coverage or premium.  The annual premium is not increasing for the 2022-2023 school year and coverage is provided at the 2020-2021 premium of $5,378.00. 
Attachments: (1)
H.5. Approval to Accept an Agreement with Metropolitan Community College to Facilitate Enrollment and Implementation of the Nebraska Mathematics Readiness Project (NMRP) for the 2022-2023 School Year
Rationale:  Administration recommends approval of the attached agreement between Metropolitan Community College (MCC) and the District to facilitate enrollment and implementation of District 11th and 12th grade high school students into MCC’s Nebraska Mathematics Readiness Project (NMRP) . This is an extension of the Concurrent Enrollment Program at MCC where District students receive full college credit for MCC classes taught in an Omaha Public Schools setting if they meet MCC standards, policies, and objectives. As an extension of the Concurrent Enrollment program, the NMRP will be in all District high schools serving 11th and 12th graders.  This agreement is effective for the 2022-2023 School Year. This program comes at no cost to the District.  
H.6. Approval of Amendment No. 003 to the Agreement with The Weitz Company, LLC – Blackburn School Capital Improvements & Renovation Project – 2018 Bond Program – (Add $469,972.00) Revised Total $3,457,520.00
Rationale:  FUND:     4012 - Property Uninsured Loss Reserve Fund
PROGRAM:  2510 - Business Support Services
DEPT:     7062100 - Accounting and Finance Office
SUPPLIER: The Weitz Company, LLC
POLICY:   7003, F.3.
AMOUNT:   $469,972.00

Pursuant to Policy 7003, F.3., Administration and Jacobs recommend approval of Amendment No. 003, which includes skylight replacement, membrane roofing, and insulation accessories work for Blackburn School Project required due to previous storm damage for a guaranteed maximum price (GMP) of $469,972.00.

The Board approved the CMR Agreement with The Weitz Company, LLC on December 14, 2020, GMP Amendment No. 001 on May 17, 2021, and GMP Amendment No. 002 on April 4, 2022. The addition of GMP Amendment No. 003 brings current value of the CMR Agreement to a total amount of $3,457,520.00.
H.7. Approval of Amendment No. 008 to the Agreement with Sampson Construction Co., Inc. – Westview High School Project – 2018 Bond Program – (Add $5,052,693.00) Revised Total $89,080,833.00
Rationale:  FUND:     41 - 2018 Bond Program Proceeds Fund
PROGRAM:  2591 - Building & Grounds
DEPT:     3690020 - Westview High School Facilities
PROJECT:  321509 - Westview High School Project
SUPPLIER: Sampson Construction Co., Inc.
POLICY:   7003, F.3.
AMOUNT:   $4,480,121.00

FUND:     31 - Special Building Fund
PROGRAM:  2591 - Building & Grounds
DEPT:     7166600 - Schoolhouse Planning
PROJECT:  320094 - Facility Improvements at Westview High School Project
SUPPLIER: Sampson Construction Co., Inc.
POLICY:   7003, F.3.
AMOUNT:   $572,572.00

Pursuant to Policy 7003, F.3., Administration, Jacobs, and BCDM Architects recommend approval of Amendment No. 008, which is the athletic fields package work for Westview High School Project for a guaranteed maximum price (GMP) of $5,052,693.00. The Special Building Fund will be used to fund the placement of Security Cameras around the athletic fields as a part of the District’s ongoing security work ($572,572.00). Bond proceeds not to exceed $4,480,121.00 will be used to fund the addition of scoreboards at competition fields, restrooms for stadium capacity, press boxes for each field, field lighting, and softball and baseball dugout covers which mirrors the athletic field enhancements approved by the Board at Buena Vista on May 2, 2022.

The Board approved the CMR Agreement with Sampson Construction Co., Inc. on December 17, 2018, GMP Amendment No. 001 on April 15, 2019, GMP Amendment No. 002 on May 6, 2019, GMP Amendment No. 003 on September 4, 2020, GMP Amendment No. 004 on March 16, 2020, GMP Amendment No. 005 on May 13, 2020, GMP Amendment No. 006 on June 1, 2020, and GMP Amendment No. 007 on July 13, 2020. The addition of GMP Amendment No. 008 brings current value of the CMR Agreement to a total amount of $89,080,833.00.
H.8. Approval to Award Bid No. 22-080 Novels to Textbook Warehouse LLC, Complete Book & Media Supply LLC, Follett Content Solutions LLC and Barnes and Noble Inc. at Buena Vista High School, Westview High School, and Bluestem Middle School ($263,828.00)
Rationale:  FUND:       1           General Fund
PROGRAM:    1100        General Education 
DEPT. ID:      3691148             Westview High School Facility             $113,527.50
DEPT. ID:      3631148             Buena Vista High School Facility          $111,730.00
DEPT. ID:      8861148             Bluestem Middle School Facility           $38,570.50
SUPPLIER:   137600      Textbook Warehouse LLC                    $158,540.25
SUPPLIER:   55544       Complete Book and Media Supply, LLC       $90,352.75
SUPPLIER:   68748       Follett Content Solutions LLC             $12,845.00
SUPPLIER:   8499        Barnes and Nobel Booksellers INC          $2,090.00
POLICIES:   7000, III. K., 7000, VII.A
AMOUNT:     $263,828.00

Administration recommends awarding Bid No. 22-080 to Textbook Warehouse LLC, Complete Book and Media Supply LLC, Follett Content Solutions LLC, and Barnes and Noble Booksellers Inc. Bids were solicited to purchase a pre-selected list of novels for Buena Vista High School, Westview High School, and Blue Stem Middle School as part of 2021-22 Building Projects. These book sets will be used in the English and Language Arts and other classrooms by students in sixth through twelfth grades. The district received five (5) bid responses. Barnes and Noble Inc. submitted (3) books that were non-compliant, as they provided an alternate edition of the books than was required in the bid. Total amount awarded to Textbook Warehouse LLC is $158,540.25. Total amount awarded to Complete Book & Media Supply LLC is $90,352.75. Total amount awarded to Follett Content Solutions LLC is $12,845.00, and the total amount awarded to Barnes and Noble Booksellers Inc. is $2,090.00.
Book# Descriptions Qty Textbook Warehouse LLC Complete Book and Media Supply LLC Follett Content Solutions LLC Barnes and Noble Booksellers Inc. GL Group dba Booksource
6.1 Front Desk 200 $4.53 $3.92* $6.37 $4.63 $4.95
6.2 Pax 200 $4.83* $5.21 $6.11 $5.39 $6.02
6.3 Amal Unbound 200 $5.11* $5.21 $6.11 $5.39 $6.02
6.4 Because of Mr. Terupt 200 $4.57* $4.63 $5.50 $4.79 No Bid
6.5 The Evolution of Calpurnia Tate 200 $5.14 $4.41* $6.11 $5.39 $5.57
6.6 Esperanza Rising 200 $4.53 $3.92* $5.50 $4.63 $4.95
6.7 Freaky Fast, Frankie Joe 200 $4.53* $4.63 $5.50 $5.19 No Bid
6.8 Hatchet 200 $5.15 $4.41* $6.11 $5.84 No Bid
6.9 Holes 200 $5.15* $5.21 $6.11 $5.39 $6.02
6.10 Max the Mighty 200 $4.57 $3.92* $5.50 $4.79 $4.95
6.11 Number the Stars 200 $4.90* $5.21 $6.11 $5.39 $6.02
6.12 One and Only Ivan 200 $4.90* $5.21 $6.11 $5.39 $6.02
6.13 One Crazy Summer 200 $4.53* $4.63 $5.50 $4.79 $5.35
6.14 Walk Two Moons 200 $4.90* $5.21 $6.11 $5.39 $6.02
7.1 Begging for Change 200 No Bid $5.39* $7.34 $6.59 No Bid
7.2 The Circuit 175 $9.69* $10.34 $11.02 $11.02 No Bid
7.3 Flush 175 $4.57* $4.63 $5.50 $4.79 $6.02
7.4 Freak the Mighty 175 $4.54 $3.92* $5.50 $4.63 $4.95
7.5 Green Boy 175 $4.58 $3.92* $6.11 $5.19 No Bid
7.6 How I Became a Ghost 175 $6.19 $5.46* $6.27 $6.27 $6.89
7.7 Iqbal 175 $4.01* $5.43 $4.88 $4.54 $4.33
7.8 The Outsiders 175 $6.24* $6.37 $7.34 $6.59 $7.36
7.9 The Red Umbrella 175 $4.58* $4.63 $5.50 $5.19 $5.35
7.10 So B. It 175 $4.53* $4.63 $5.50 $4.79 $5.35
7.11 What the Moon Saw 175 $4.60* $4.63 $5.50 $5.19 No Bid
7.12 The Witch of Blackbird Pond 175 $5.09* $5.21 $6.11 $5.39 $6.02
7.13 A Wrinkle in Time 175 $4.03 $3.43* $4.88 $4.19 $4.33
8.1 Between Shades of Gray 150 $6.87* $6.96 $7.97 $7.20 No Bid
8.2 The Boy Who Dared 150 $4.53 $3.92* $5.50 $4.63 $4.95
8.3 Breaking Through 150 $4.53* $4.63 $5.50 $4.79 No Bid
8.4 Drums, Girls, and Dangerous Pie 150 $5.67 $4.90* $6.73 $5.79 $6.19
8.5 Ender's Game 150 $9.73 $8.33* $11.04 $10.53 No Bid
8.6 Elsewhere 150 $6.30 $5.39* $7.34 $6.59 No Bid
8.7 The Giver 150 $5.43* $5.79 $6.73 $5.99 $6.69
8.8 The Goodbraider 150 $5.68 $4.90* $6.73 $5.99 No Bid
8.9 Life as We Knew It 150 $5.67* $5.79 $6.73 $5.99 $6.69
8.10 The Maze Runner 150 $6.23* $6.37 $7.34 $6.59 $7.36
8.11 Monster 150 $6.24* $7.53 $8.39 $6.59 $8.70
8.12 Notes from the Midnight Driver 150 $6.28 $4.90* $6.73 $5.79 No Bid
8.13 Parrot in the Oven 150 $6.23* $6.37 $7.34 $6.59 No Bid
8.14 Seedfolks 150 $4.98* $5.79 $6.73 $5.99 $6.69
8.15 Shadow Club 150 No Bid $4.63* $5.50 $4.79 No Bid
8.16 Unwind 150 $7.46 $6.37* $8.58 $7.79 $8.05
8.17 The Wednesday Wars 150 $5.05* $5.21 $6.11 $5.39 $6.02
9.1 The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian 500 $9.09 $7.36* $10.42 $9.59 $9.91
9.2 Animal Farm 500 $5.24 $4.60* $6.73 $5.99 $6.19
9.3 Black and White 500 $5.61 $5.39* $6.73 $5.99 No Bid
9.4 The Count of Monte Cristo 500 $9.10* $9.44 $10.43 $9.60 No Bid
9.5 Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde 250 $0.00 $7.25 $4.17* $5.50 No Bid
9.6 The First Part Last 500 $6.33 $5.06* $7.34 $6.59 No Bid
9.7 The Hound of the Baskervilles 250 $5.15 $5.21 $4.19* 2.97 NC No Bid
9.8 The Illustrated Man 500 $5.71 $4.60* $6.37 $5.99 No Bid
9.9 Night 500 $6.86 $5.52* $7.97 $7.20 $7.44
9.10 Purple Hibiscus 500 $9.59 $9.15* $11.02 $10.51 $10.51
9.11 Raisin in the Sun 500 $5.12* $5.28 $6.09 $5.37 $6.89
9.12 Speak 500 $6.28 $5.06* $7.34 $6.59 $6.81
9.13 A Tree Grows in Brooklyn 250 $10.56 $10.26* $12.27 $11.59 No Bid
9.14 The Pact:  Three Young Men Make a Promise and Fulfill a Dream 250 $9.72* $10.03 $11.05 $10.20 $13.09
9.15 Warriors Don't Cry 500 $4.53 $3.68* $5.50 $5.19 $5.57
9.16 When the Emperor Was Divine 500 No Bid $9.44* $10.43 $9.60 No Bid
10.1 American Born Chinese 500 $8.57 $6.90* $9.89 $9.29 $9.29
10.2 The Bean Trees 500 $8.90* $9.18 $11.05 $10.20 No Bid
10.3 Buried Onions 500 $4.18* $4.31 $5.50 $4.79 No Bid
10.4 The Five People You Meet in Heaven 500 $9.71 $7.82* $11.04 $10.19 $10.53
10.5 The Fire Next Time 250 $7.98* $8.23 $9.17 $8.37 No Bid
10.6 The Freedom Writers Diary 500 No Bid $10.03* $11.05 $10.20 $13.09
10.7 Hiroshima 250 $8.98 $10.39 $8.36 $8.36* No Bid
10.8 House on Mango Street 500 $6.78* $7.05 $7.94 $7.17 $9.20
10.9 Kindred 500 $9.15* $9.44 $10.43 $9.92 $12.32
10.10 A Lesson Before Dying 250 $8.58* $8.85 $9.81 $9.00 $11.55
10.11 The Namesake 250 $8.95* $9.17 $11.04 $10.19 $11.38
10.12 The Pearl 500 $6.81* $7.08 $7.97 $7.20 $9.24
10.13 The Secret Life of Bees 500 $9.82* $10.03 $11.05 $10.20 No Bid
10.14 A Tale of Two Cities 250 No Bid $3.20* $4.17 $3.82 No Bid
10.15 Twelve Angry Men 500 $7.98* $8.26 $9.20 $8.40 $10.78
10.16 Twisted 500 $6.22 $5.93* $7.34 $6.59 $7.36
10.17 Whale Talk 250 $5.74* $5.93 $7.34 $6.59 $7.36
11.1  
Bless Me Ultima
500 $4.55* $5.68 $5.50 $4.80 $4.96
11.2 The Bluest Eye 250 $9.15* $9.44 $10.43 $9.60 $12.32
11.3 The Color of Water 250 $9.15* $9.44 $10.43 $9.60 $12.32
11.4 Death of a Salesman 500 $7.98* $8.26 $9.20 $8.40 $10.78
11.5 Fahrenheit 451 500 $9.67 $7.82* $11.05 $10.20 $10.54
11.6 Fences 500 $8.02* $8.26 $9.20 $8.40 $10.78
11.7 The Glass Castle 250 $9.74 $7.82* $11.05 $10.20 $10.54
11.8 The Great Gatsby 250 No Bid $7.82* $11.05 5.49 NC No Bid
11.9 I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings 500 $4.57 $4.31* $5.50 $4.79 $5.35
11.10 Into the Wild 500 $8.53* $8.85 $9.81 $9.00 $11.55
11.11 The Joy Luck Club 500 $9.72* $10.03 $11.05 $10.20 $13.09
11.12 March 500 $7.45* $8.82 $9.79 $8.97 $11.51
11.13 Nickel and Dimed:  On Not Getting By in America 500 No Bid $7.82* $16.79 $10.20 No Bid
11.14 Of Mice and Men 500 $6.18* $7.08 $7.97 $7.20 $9.24
11.15 The Round House 250 $9.58 $9.18* $11.05 $10.20 No Bid
11.16 The Scarlet Letter 500 No Bid $21.33 $3.47* $3.82 No Bid
11.17 The Things They Carried 500 No Bid $18.55 $11.04* 10.19 NC $11.38
11.18 Their Eyes Were Watching God 500 $9.42* $9.71 $11.66 $10.79 No Bid
11.19 To Kill a Mockingbird 500 $8.20 $8.63 $7.00* $9.59 $11.38
12.1 The Alchemist 500 $8.71* $9.17 $11.04 $10.19 $11.38
12.2 The Book Thief 500 $8.52 $8.09* $9.81 $8.99 $10.04
12.3 Brave New World 500 $8.20* $8.63 $10.42 $9.59 $11.38
12.4 The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time 500 $9.15* $9.44 $10.43 $9.60 $12.32
12.5 The Handmaid's Tale 500 $9.12* $9.41 $10.40 $9.57 $12.28
12.6 Homegoing 500 $9.69* $10.00 $11.02 $10.17 No Bid
12.7 The Kite Runner 500 $9.72* $10.03 $11.05 $10.20 $13.09
12.8 Lord of the Flies 500 $6.29 $5.94* $7.35 $6.60 $7.37
12.9 1984 500 $5.23 $4.60* $6.73 $5.99 $6.19
12.10 Persepolis 500 $9.15* $9.44 $10.43 $9.60 $12.32
12.11 Maus I and Maus II 500 $19.39* $20.00 $21.46 $20.34 No Bid
12.12 Siddhartha 500 $3.76 $3.20* $4.87 $4.17 No Bid
12.13 Song of Solomon 500 $9.10* $9.44 $10.43 $9.60 $12.32
12.14 Things Fall Apart 500 $7.96* $8.26 $9.20 $8.40 $10.78
12.15 The Tortilla Curtain 500 $9.67* $10.03 $11.05 $10.20 No Bid

* = awarded low priced item meeting specifications from a compliant bidder.

NC = non-compliant does not meet the specifications within the bid document.

For complete bid documentation contact yvonne.schuster.org.
Attachments: (1)
H.9. Approval of Change Order No. 001 for Lewis & Clark Middle School: Capital Improvements and Addition – 2018 Bond Program - (Deduct $426,146.24) Revised Total: $11,333,129.76
Rationale:  FUND:     41 - 2018 Bond Program Proceeds Fund
PROGRAM:  2591 - Buildings & Grounds
DEPT:     8770020 - Lewis & Clark Middle School
PROJECT:  321515 - Lewis & Clark Middle School: Capital Improvements & Addition
SUPPLIER: Vrana Construction
POLICY:   7000, IV.G.
AMOUNT:  ($426,146.24)

Pursuant to Policies 7000, IV. G., Administration and Jacobs with the concurrence of the project architect/engineer, Alley Poyner Macchietto Architecture, recommend that the following change order agreement be submitted for approval:

Project: Lewis & Clark Middle School: Capital Improvements & Addition
Architect/Engineer: Alley Poyner Macchietto Architecture
Contractor: Vrana Construction
Fund: 41 2018 Bond Program   

RFP#

Type

Description

Type

Amount

PCO018
 

Arch.
Provide a credit for the unused contingency and allowances for the project that was included with the original GMP Amendment No. 001.  
Deduct

($426,146.24)
Total Amount of Change Order No. 001 - Deduct   ($426,146.24)
Original Contract Amount                $11,759,276.00
Previously Approved Changes $0.00
Change Order No. 001 - Deduct ($426,146.24)
Total Revised Contract Amount $11,333,129.76
Amount Paid to Date $11,267,973.25
Amount Remaining $65,156.51
H.10. Approval of Change Order No. 001 for Spring Lake Elementary School: Capital Improvements and Addition – 2018 Bond Program - (Add $242,228.28) Revised Total: $6,400,114.28
Rationale:  FUND:     41 - 2018 Bond Program Proceeds Fund
PROGRAM:  2591 - Buildings & Grounds
DEPT:     1500020 - Spring Lake Elementary School
PROJECT:  321515 - Spring Lake Elementary School: Capital Improvements & Addition
SUPPLIER: Hausmann Construction, Inc.
POLICY:   7000, IV.G.
AMOUNT:   $242,228.28

Pursuant to Policies 7000, IV. G., Administration and Jacobs with the concurrence of the project architect/engineer, The Schemmer Associates Inc., recommend that the following change order agreement be submitted for approval:

Project: Spring Lake Elementary School: Capital Improvements & Addition Architect/Engineer: The Schemmer Associates Inc.
Contractor: Hausmann Construction, Inc.
Fund: 41 2018 Bond Program   

RFP#

Type

Description

Type

Amount

PCO002
 

Arch.
Due to city code requirements, design modifications were made to the fire alarm devices, mechanical and plumbing finishes, and structural door openings.    
Add

$15,583.83

PCO003

Arch.
Due to city code requirements, a design modification was made to the elevator equipment room door size.
Add

$472.10

PCO004

Elect.
District request to modify and replace the exterior lighting fixtures, which includes new LED lighting fixtures for life safety and operational efficiency.
Add

$18,549.92

PCO007
 

Arch.
Due to construction design modifications, the masonry mortar was changed from standard gray to limestone to match existing conditions.
Add

$2,925.55

PCO008

Arch.
District request for the contractor to provide connex storage and rental units to assist in the district temporary moves.
Add

$9,850.26

PCO009
 

Arch.
A design change modification was issued due to the district signage requirements.
Add

$306.34

PCO011

Elect.
Due to construction design modifications, additional work was required on the access control system and fire alarm system.
Add

$25,615.09

PCO012

Arch.
Due to unforeseen conditions in abatement discovery and operations, additional lockers were required to be removed, stored, and re-installed.
Add
 

$4,794.39

PCO013

Arch.
Due to construction design modifications, additional work was required to add LVT flooring and base to the Art Room 33 due to the removal of existing carpet in this location.
Add

$8,059.19

PCO019

Arch.
Due to construction design modifications, a new 30" x 54" roof hatch and new railing placement was required in the south addition.
Add

$1,990.93

PCO021

Arch.
District request to furnish and install a new changing table.
Add

$2,617.50

PCO022

Arch.
Due to unforeseen existing conditions, the lower-level wall and upper-level ceiling changes were required to be done in three (3) rooms, one (1) corridor room, and one (1) hallway. The changes included a new ceiling layout, electrical layout, and interior wall tile layout modifications.
Add

$29,673.65

PCO023

Arch.
Due to unforeseen conditions in abatement discovery and operations, an elevator relocation was required that consisted of mechanical, electrical, and plumbing changes along with new framing and ceiling work, drywall, and painting.
Add
 

$89,921.77

PCO025

Arch.
District request to furnish and install new resilient flooring in the Music room for long term durability.
Add

$10,888.70

PCO034

Elect.
Due to unforeseen conditions and electrical code requirements, the district was required at selective locations to furnish and install new conduit, electrical boxes, raceway devices, and cover plates in the walls at those device locations. 
Add

$20,979.06
Total Amount of Change Order No. 001 - Add   $242,228.28
   
Original Contract Amount                $6,157,886.00
Previously Approved Changes $0.00
Change Order No. 001 - Add $242,228.28
Total Revised Contract Amount $6,400,114.28
Amount Paid to Date $1,613,066.18
Amount Remaining $4,787,048.10
H.11. 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)
H.12. 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)
H.13. 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)
H.14. 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 since the last Board meeting and is presented by payroll and pay date.
Attachments: (1)
H.15. Approval of Claims Report E - Payroll Estimated 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 E is an estimation of payrolls to be processed prior to the next Board meeting and is presented by payroll and pay date.  Board authorization is requested for amounts not to exceed totals in the Claims Report E.
H.16. 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)
H.17. 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)
H.18. Committee on Claims Audit Approval 6/23/2022
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: (1)
H.19. Approval of the Collaborative Agreement for Career Ladder in Special Education Program Between Omaha Public Schools and Board of Regents of the University of Nebraska at Omaha, Amendment No.4. Revised Term of May 14, 2018 through May 13, 2023 ($249,675.00)
Rationale:  Fund: 158, Sherwood Foundation Grants
Project: 462818, Special Ed Career Ladder-Sherwood
DeptID: 6194010, Special Education Administration
Program: 2199, Other Student Support Services
Class: 000
Strategic Plan: Priority 2, Staff
Policy: 7000, V.A.
Amount: $249,675.00

Administration requests acceptance of Amendment No. 4 to the Collaborative Agreement for Career Ladder in Special Education Program. The objective of the Career Ladder in Special Education grant is to meet a critical need to address special education teacher vacancies in the district by providing opportunities for OPS teachers to earn graduate degrees or endorsements in Special Education from the University of Nebraska at Omaha. In keeping with the bid exceptions contained within Policy 7000 V.A., no bid was required for this purchase. This item is being presented to the Board for approval in keeping with the provisions of Policy 6121 which requires approval by the Board of curricular materials.  ?Requesting approval of the Amendment in accordance with Section VII of the Agreement, this Amendment incorporates the fourth of four (4) additional one-year terms. The revised term of the Agreement shall be May 14, 2018 through May 13, 2023. Cost for Year 5 is $249,675.00 and is paid for through the Sherwood Foundation.
Attachments: (1)
H.20. Approval of Consulting Services Agreement with Empowering Student Leaders for Secondary Students in the Thrive Leadership Club Programs from August 15, 2022 through May 19, 2023 ($60,376.25)
Rationale:  Fund: 1,   General Fund
Dept:  7198170,    English as a Second Language
Program:  1170,    English Language Learners
Vendor: Empowering Student Leaders
Policies:  7000, III., K., 7000, VII., A.
Amount: $60,376.25

Administration recommends approval of a Consulting Services Agreement between the District and Empowering Student Leaders, to support THRIVE Leadership Club from August 15, 2022 through May 19, 2023.  THRIVE Leadership Club is an after-school club designed to provide support to English learners and refugee students who might not otherwise connect with traditional secondary school activities.  The Administration recommends approval of the attached contract.  The total cost is $60,376.25.
H.21. Approval of Contribution Agreement Contract Between Metropolitan Community College and Omaha Public Schools Covering Collaborative Work Providing Dual Enrollment Credit Opportunities to Students and Instructional Support for Teachers and School Staff from August 1, 2022 to July 31, 2023 ($72,788.86)
Rationale:  Fund:  1, General Funds
Program:  2199, Other Student Support Services
Dept:  7196010, Career and Tech Education
Policy: 700, III.K. and 7000, VII.A.
Amount:  $72,788.86

Administration recommends approval of a renewed contract with Metropolitan Community College to continue with a collaborative position. The role provides support to Omaha Public Schools students and staff to enhance, expand, and develop opportunities for students to earn college credits by taking part in Metropolitan Community College dual enrollment courses and support to staff through instructional leadership related to dual enrollment.  The contract specifies this role will be shared financially between Omaha Public Schools and Metropolitan Community College, where Metropolitan Community College will reimburse Omaha Public Schools fifty percent of the total cost of compensation (salary and benefits), up to $72,788.86, over a 12-month term between August 1, 2022 and July 31, 2023 (2022-2023 academic year). The total salary and benefit for this position is $145,577.72.

Continuing this contractual agreement will allow Omaha Public Schools to continue work around Career Education programming in our high schools and will facilitate collaborative connections to expand work as it relates to our secondary programs, career pathways, and career academy programs. This collaborative agreement will also allow Omaha Public Schools to better align to the requirements of the federal Strengthening Career and Technical Education for the 21st Century (Perkins V) Act where dual enrollment access and participation will be an indicator of program success. The remaining fifty percent of this FTE remains as a staffing budget item of Curriculum and Instruction Support, Office of Career Education. . The Administration recommends approval of the attached collaborative agreement.
H.22. Approval to Extend Licensing for Gale In Context Suite with Cengage Learning, Inc. and the Attached Agreement from August 1, 2022 to July 31, 2023 ($61,821.46)
Rationale:  FUND:     1, General Fund
PROGRAM:  2241, Library Services
DEPT:     7193010, Secondary Education Admin.
SUPPLIER: Cengage Learning, Inc.
STRATEGIC PLAN:  Priority 1, Academics
POLICIES: 7000, V. A., 6121
AMOUNT: $61,821.46
 
Administration recommends renewing the licensing subscription for the secondary research databases Gale In Context suite. These information databases are designed to support research and inquiry for secondary students by supplying information in the form of periodical literature, primary sources, videos, images and reference works.  In keeping with the provisions of Policy 7000, V.A., no bid was required for this purchase because it falls under the exception to bidding procedures as academic prerogative. This item is being presented to the Board for approval in keeping with the provisions of Policy 6121 which requires approval by the Board of curricular materials. The total price is $61,821.46. There is no Data Protection Agreement with this purchase, as the program does not collect student data. The Administration recommends approval of the attached Agreement.
Product Price
Gale In Context: Global Issues $10,909.67
Gale In Context: High School $26,668.08
Gale In Context: Middle School $8,485.30
Gale In Context: Opposing Viewpoints $15,758.41
Total $61,821.46
Attachments: (1)
H.23. Approval of First Amendment of Contract with Chief School Bus Services for Augmented Student Transportation for the 2022-2023 and 2023-2024 School Year
Rationale:  Per Policy 7000, III.G.3, Administration recommends the acceptance of the First Amendment to the contract with Chief School Bus Services to provide augmented transportation services for students served through McKinney-Vento. The District originally entered into an agreement with Chief School Bus Services to provide these services in August 17, 2016. During the 2022-2023 school year, Chief School Bus Services will provide the District with 1 to 15 buses at the rate of $271.24 and 16 to 25 buses based on District need at a rate of $263.37 per school day for each vehicle utilized. During the 2023-2024 school year, Chief School Bus Services will provide the District with 1 to 15 buses at the rate of $282.09 and 16 to 25 buses based on District need at a rate of $273.90 per school day for each vehicle utilized. This is a 4% increase over the rate charges in the 2021-2022 school year. The District would only pay for services used. In the 2021-2022 school year the District spent $675,979.18 on Augmented Student Transportation Services with Chief School Bus Services.
 
Option Term 1-15 Buses 16-25 Buses
2022-2023 $271.24 $263.37
2023-2024 $282.09 $273.90
H.24. Approval of First Option Agreement with Waste Management for the 2022-2023 School Year with a Projected Cost of $551,581.54
Rationale:  Per policy 7000, VII.A., and 7000, V.K., Administration recommends the approval of the one-year option to the contract with Waste Management that was approved by the Board of Education on November 2, 2020, for trash removal and recycling for all schools.  The rates for this one-year agreement for 2022-2023 school year is a 5% increase over the rates for the 2021-2022 school year.  The District pays for actual number of pickups performed by Waste Management.  In the 2021-2022 school year the District paid Waste Management $260,000 for trash removal and recycling.  Agreed that the rates for each pickup for the 2022-2023 are shown below.
Containers/Types 4 yards 6 yards 8 yards Monthly Rate
Refuse Container $8.87 $13.30 $17.73 n/a
Refuse Compactor n/a $39.91 $39.91 $125.00
Recycle Container n/a $18.95 $25.26 n/a
Attachments: (2)
H.25. Approval of the Interlocal Agreement with the Learning Community of Douglas and Sarpy Counties to Provide Two Instructional Coaches for the 2022-2023 and 2023-2024 School Years ($251,453.28)
Rationale:  Provider:  Learning Community of Douglas and Sarpy Counties
Policy: 7000
Strategic Plan: Priority 1, Academics
Amount:  251,453.28

In keeping with the Nebraska Interlocal Cooperation Act, Nebraska Revised Statue sections 13-801 to 13-827, Administration recommends approval of this agreement between Omaha Public Schools and the Learning Community of Douglas and Sarpy Counties. This Interlocal Agreement will be effective August 1, 2022 through May 31, 2024, and will provide a total of two instructional coaches.  This agreement is a continuation of the Learning Community’s support of instructional coaching in the Omaha Public Schools.  One instructional coach is provided for sub-council 1, one instructional coach is provided for sub-council 3, and additional funding is included for training and supplies. The total allocation from the Learning Community for this program is $251,453.28.
H.26. Approval of the Memorandum of Understanding between the District and Eastern Nebraska Security Union Local 28, Setting Wages for Covered Employees who Work during Next Level Learning during the Summer of 2022
Rationale:  Administration recommends that the Board of Education approve the attached Memorandum of Understanding between the District and Eastern Nebraska Security Union Local 28, setting wages for covered employees who work during Next Level Learning during the summer of 2022.  The Collective Bargaining Agreement does not generally cover Security Officers who are 10 month employees.  The parties have agreed to a wage of $25 per hour for both 10 month employees who are selected to work summer school and for 12 month employees who work summer school.
Attachments: (1)
H.27. 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)
H.28. Approval to Purchase Art Textbooks from Davis Publications for Buena Vista and Westview High Schools ($33,603.24)
Rationale:  Fund:  1, General Fund
Program:  1100, Regular Instruction
Department:  3631148, Buena Vista HS English
                         3691148, Westview HS English
Supplier: Davis Publications
Policy:  6121, 7000, V.A.
Strategic Plan: Priority 1, Academics
Amount: $33,603.24

Administration recommends approval to purchase Davis Publications art textbooks for Buena Vista and Westview High Schools. These materials are the currently adopted books of the OPS Secondary Art curriculum, adopted in 2006, which will allow students in our new schools to have equal access to the same materials our other schools have to grow and develop their artistic knowledge and skills.  In keeping with the provisions of Policy 7000, V.A., no bid was required for this purchase because it falls under the exception to bidding procedures as academic prerogative. This item is being presented to the Board for approval in keeping with the provisions of Policy 6121 which requires approval by the Board of curricular materials. The total cost of the textbooks is $33,603.24.
Attachments: (2)
H.29. Approval to Purchase Davis Publications Digital Explorations 1E in Art K-5 for Forest Station and Pine Elementary Schools and Approval of the Attached Digital User Agreement ($1,741.08)
Rationale:  Fund:  1, General Fund
Program:  1100, Regular Instruction
Department:  1901132, Pine Elementary
                         1911132, Forest Station Elementary
Supplier: Davis Publications
Policy:  6121, 7000, V.A.
Strategic Plan: Priority 1, Academics
Amount: $1,741.08

Administration recommends approval to purchase Davis Publications Davis Digital Explorations 1E in Art K-5 for Pine and Forest Station Elementary Schools. These materials are the currently adopted resources of the OPS Elementary Art curriculum, adopted in 2006, which will allow teachers and students in our new schools to have equal access to the same materials our other schools have to grow and develop their artistic knowledge and skills. In keeping with the provisions of Policy 7000, V.A., no bid was required for this purchase because it falls under the exception to bidding procedures as academic prerogative. This item is being presented to the Board for approval in keeping with the provisions of Policy 6121 which requires approval by the Board of curricular materials. The Administration recommends approval of the attached Digital User Agreement. There is no Data Protection Agreement needed for this purchase as the program does not collect student data. The total cost of this purchase is $1,741.08.
H.30. Approval to Purchase Geography Alive! Social Studies Textbooks and Student Materials with Teacher’s Curriculum Institute (TCI) and the Attached Terms and Data Protection Agreement for Buena Vista and Westview High Schools for the 2022-2023 School Year ($41,475.00)
Rationale:  Fund:  1, General Fund
Program:  1100 Regular Instruction
Department:  3631124, Buena Vista HS Social Studies
                      3691124, Westview HS Social Studies
Supplier:  Teacher’s Curriculum Institute (TCI)
Policy:  6121, 7000, V.A.
Strat. Plan:  Priority 1, Academics
Amount: $41,475.00

Administration recommends approval to purchase Geography Alive! Social Studies textbooks with online access and supplemental materials from Teacher’s Curriculum Institute (TCI) for Buena Vista and Westview High Schools.  These materials are the core curriculum materials, adopted in 2015, for our high school Human Geography course, which will allow students in the District’s new schools to have equal access to the same materials currently used in the District’s high school Social Studies course. TCI provides standards aligned grade-level text and is an essential component of our core curriculum.  In keeping with the provisions of Policy 7000, V.A., no bid was required for this purchase. This item is being presented to the Board for approval in keeping with the provisions of Policy 6121 which requires approval by the Board of curricular materials.  The total cost of the purchase is $41,475.00.  The Administration recommends approval of the attached Terms and Data Protection Agreement. 
Attachments: (2)
H.31. Approval to Purchase Heinemann Leveled Literacy Intervention Kits and the Attached Terms of Service for Pine Elementary and Forest Station Elementary for the 2022-2023 School Year  ($45,348.66)
Rationale:  Fund:     1, General Fund 
Program: 1170, English Language Learners
Department: 1901100, Pine Elementary Instruction
                        1911100, Forest Station Elementary Instruction
Supplier: Heinemann
Strat. Plan: Priority 1 - Academics
Policies:  7000, V.A., 6121
Amount: $45,348.66

Administration recommends approval to purchase Heinemann Leveled Literacy Intervention Primary and Intermediate Kits to supplement materials for Pine and Forest Station Elementary Schools. These resources are utilized to support English Learners' literacy development during targeted English Language instruction. In keeping with the bid exceptions contained within Policy 7000, V.A., no bid was required for this purchase because it falls under the exception to bidding procedures as academic prerogative. This item is being presented to the Board for approval in keeping with the provisions of Policy 6121 which requires approval by the Board of curricular materials. The Administration recommends approval of the attached Terms of Service. There is no Data Protection Agreement needed for this purchase as the program does not collect student data.  The total cost of this purchase is $45,348.66.
Attachments: (3)
H.32. Approval of Resolution 22-003 Implementing the Last, Best, and Final Offer for the Eastern Nebraska Security Union Local 28, effective Retroactive to August 1, 2021, for the 2021-2022 and 2022-2023 School Years
Rationale:  Administration recommends that the Board of Education implement its Last, Best and Final Offer presented to the Eastern Nebraska Security Union Local 28, effective retroactive to August 1, 2021, for the 2021-2022 and 2022-2023 school years.  The parties have reached impasse.
H.33. Approval of Resolution 22-004 for the Ratification of Observance of Juneteenth by the District on June 20, 2022
Rationale:  Juneteenth (June 19) is now a Federal Holiday.  The District intends to update Policy 4007 to include Juneteenth in its list of observed holidays.  Since Juneteenth fell on a Sunday, in keeping with the District’s normal practices, employees who work during the summer months including those working in Next Level Learning were allowed to observe Juneteenth on Monday, June 20, 2022.  Administration recommends that employees of the District who were scheduled to work on Monday, June 20, 2022, be paid for the holiday observance based on what would otherwise have been their scheduled work hours for that date.  In addition, Administration further recommends that it present to the Board, in the normal process through the Board’s Policy Committee, an updated Policy 4007 which includes Juneteenth as a holiday recognized by the District.
H.34. Approval of the Secondary Partnership Agreement between Metropolitan Community College and Omaha Public Schools for the 2022-2023 School Year
Rationale:  Administration recommends approval of the attached contract as a partnership agreement between Metropolitan Community College (MCC) and Omaha Public Schools. As an extension of the Concurrent Enrollment Program at Metropolitan Community College, students receive full college credit for MCC classes taught in an Omaha Public Schools setting where they meet MCC standards, policies, and objectives during the 2022-2023 school year.This program comes at no cost to the District.  
Attachments: (1)
H.35. Approval of Voluntary Student Accident Insurance with K & K and Nationwide Life for the 2022-2023 School Year
Rationale:  In keeping with the provisions of Policy 8120, Section C, the Administration recommends that the Board approve offering a Voluntary Student Accident Insurance plan. This plan is provided by K & K and Nationwide Life which parents can elect to purchase up to $25,000 of coverage for their student.  This plan is parent paid with no district contribution.  While individual policies are offered directly to the parent, the insurance is offered through the District.
Attachments: (1)
H.36. Grant Fund Budget Awards
Attachments: (1)
H.37. Rejection of All Proposals Submitted for RFP P015-22 Virtual School Online Learning Management System To Be Used In The District's Virtual Blended Program For K-5th And 6th-12th Grades
Rationale:  Pursuant to Policy 7000, Administration recommends the Board reject all proposals submitted for RFP P015-22 for Virtual School Online Learning Management System To Be Used In The District's Virtual Blended Program For K-5th And 6th-12th Grades.  The District received multiple proposals and selected two systems for field testing.  Neither of the systems which were field tested met the District’s needs.  Administration proposes to re-bid its RFP.
I. Discussion and/or Action Items
I.1. Action Item(s)
I.2. Information Item(s)
I.2.a. Staff Presentation on K-6 Special Education Reading Intervention and Related Resource Materials Adoption for Use Beginning with the 2022-2023 School Year
Rationale:  Administration has been in the process of undertaking a systematic review of the District’s K-6 Special Education Reading Intervention resources. As part of that process, the District issued a Request for Proposal P016-22. Following initial review of submissions, two interventions were selected for field testing. Administration will present a summary of its findings and recommendations based on analysis of reading content and processes, teacher reviews, field testing, bias reviews, and community reviews consistent with the Curriculum Development Cycle. In keeping with the provisions of Policy 6121, Administration will present its final recommendations along with negotiated agreements with the selected vendor to the Board for approval at a future meeting.
Attachments: (2)
J. Receipt of Reports
J.1. CBOC update of the Phase I & Phase II Bond Programs May 2022
Rationale:  Attached please find updates from Citizen’s Bond Oversight Committee (CBOC).
 
Attachments: (1)
J.2. Third Quarter Board Conference Expenses 2021-2022
Rationale:  Policy 8230 requires the Secretary to the Board of Education to prepare a quarterly report summarizing all Board member travel and expenditures associated with attendance to workshops, conferences, or meetings. 
Attachments: (1)
K. 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.

 
L. Adjournment

<< Back to the Public Page for Omaha Public Schools