Public Meeting Agenda: April 13, 2015 at 5:30 PM - Regular Monthly Meeting of the Kearney Public Schools Board of Education

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April 13, 2015 at 5:30 PM - Regular Monthly Meeting of the Kearney Public Schools Board of Education Agenda

April 13, 2015 at 5:30 PM - Regular Monthly Meeting of the Kearney Public Schools Board of Education
1. Routine Business -
1.A. Call to Order
1.B. Pledge of Allegiance
1.C. Roll Call
1.D. Public Participation
Rationale:  This is the portion of the agenda that is set aside for public participation.  If anyone would like to speak to an item that is not on the agenda, they should identify themselves at this time.  If anyone wishes to speak to an item that is on the agenda, they may do so when that item is discussed.  The guideline is to allow 5 minutes per individual or 20 minutes per topic.  This is an open, public meeting and a copy of the Open Meetings Act is posted in this room.
1.E. Approval of Agenda
Recommended Motion(s):  Move to approve the agenda for the meeting, as presented.
Action(s):
Move to approve the agenda for the meeting, as presented. Passed with a motion by Tim Higgins and a second by Angela Nickel.
No Action(s) have been added to this Agenda Item.
2. Presentations -
2.A. Recognition of Tianna Engen, National DECA Conference Qualifier
Rationale:  We will recognize Tianna Engen, student at Kearney High School, who competed in the Hotel and Lodging category at the State DECA Conference and qualified for the National DECA Conference held in Orlando, Florida, April 25-28, 2015. 
2.B. Recognition of the KHS State Champion Oral Interpretation of Drama Team
Rationale:  At the State Speech Contest in March, the Kearney High School Oral Interpretation of Drama Team were chosen as State Champions in that competition.  The team includes:  Asael Arevalo, Nathan Bonsall, Aaron Dasher, Dylan Landanger and Jordan Wong.  We will recognize their achievement at the April 13 Board of Education meeting.
2.C. Recognition of Colten White, Lincoln-Douglas Debate State Champion
Rationale:  Colten White, senior at Kearney High School, is the Lincoln-Douglas Debate State Champion.  He competed at Lincoln Southwest High School on March 27th and 28th against 28 other competitors.  He won quarterfinals, semifinals, and the final round, which declared him the champion in Lincoln-Douglas Debate.
We will recognize the achievement at the April 13th Board of Education meeting.
2.D. Progress Report from Board Personnel Committee on Interim Superintendent Search Process
2.E. Facilities Report
Rationale:  Kent Cordes from BD Construction will report on progress made on the new high school project and the Horizon Middle School renovation and addition project.
Attachments:
2.F. Legislative Update
Rationale:  Dr. Maher will report on the progress of bills in the Nebraska Unicameral that affect education.
2.G. Follow-up Report from the National School Boards Association Annual Conference
Rationale:  Dr. Maher, Dr. Renner, and the Board of Education members who attended the recent National School Boards Association Annual Conference in Nashville, Tennessee, will report on the sessions they attended at the Conference.
3. Consent Agenda -
Recommended Motion(s):  Move to approve the items on the Consent Agenda, as presented.
Action(s):
Move to approve the items on the Consent Agenda, as presented. Passed with a motion by Tim Higgins and a second by Julie Agard.
No Action(s) have been added to this Agenda Item.
3.A. Approval of the Minutes of the March 9, 2015 Regular Meeting and the April 6, 2015 Special Meeting of the Board of Education
Recommended Motion(s):  Move to approve the minutes of the March 9, 2015 regular meeting and the April 6, 2015 special meeting of the Board of Education, as presented.
Action(s):
Move to approve the minutes of the March 9, 2015 regular meeting and the April 6, 2015 special meeting of the Board of Education, as presented. Passed with a motion by Julie Agard and a second by Angela Nickel.
No Action(s) have been added to this Agenda Item.
Attachments:
3.B. Approval of the April Claims
Recommended Motion(s):  Move to approve the April claims as presented.
Attachments:
3.C. Approval of the April Financial Reports
Recommended Motion(s):  Move to approve the April financial reports, as presented.
Attachments:
3.D. Second and Final Reading Approval of Revised Policy 6214/0440 (Curriculum-Assessments)
Rationale:  This policy was presented to the Board of Education for first reading approval at the March 9, 2015 meeting.  With minor corrections, this Policy is being presented for second and final reading approval this month. 
Recommended Motion(s):  Move to give second and final reading approval to revised Policy 6214/0400 (Curriculum-Assessments), as presented.
Attachments:
3.E. Grant Permanent Status to Recommended Probationary Teaching Staff for the 2015-2016 School Year
Rationale:  We will recommend that the Board of Education grant permanent status to the following probationary teaching staff in the Kearney Public Schools for the 2015-2016 school year:  Trisha Abels, Jonathan Anderson, Chelsea Bartling, Christina Carnahan, Jonathan Carson, Jordan Christensen, Suzann Christensen, Trevor Clark, Veronica Dorsey, Melanie Dostal, Michelle Dutcher, Abigail Edwards, Hannah Evans, Nikki Garey, Holly Gilbreath, Audra Haas, Marissa Harrison, Jebb Hatch, Broc Howard, Charlotte Kaeding, Alexandra Kropp, Natalie Madsen, Daniel Martin, Katrina McCarter, Paloma Mena-Werth, Ashley Mertens, Amy Otto, Kylee Rall, Karmen Scharff-Sears, Michelle Seeba, Amber Spotanski, Misty Steffen, Tyler Swarm, Ashlee Vacek, Chance Waggoner, and Heath Wragge. 
Recommended Motion(s):  Move to grant permanent status to the following probationary teaching staff in the Kearney Public Schools for the 2015-2016 school year: Trisha Abels, Jonathan Anderson, Chelsea Bartling, Christina Carnahan, Jonathan Carson, Jordan Christensen, Suzann Christensen, Trevor Clark, Veronica Dorsey, Melanie Dostal, Michelle Dutcher, Abigail Edwards, Hannah Evans, Nikki Garey, Holly Gilbreath, Audra Haas, Marissa Harrison, Jebb Hatch, Broc Howard, Charlotte Kaeding, Alexandra Kropp, Natalie Madsen, Daniel Martin, Katrina McCarter, Paloma Mena-Werth, Ashley Mertens, Amy Otto, Kylee Rall, Karmen Scharff-Sears, Michelle Seeba, Amber Spotanski, Misty Steffen, Tyler Swarm, Ashlee Vacek, Chance Waggoner, and Heath Wragge.
3.F. Approval of KHS FBLA Chapter Trip to Nationals, June 28-July 3, 2015 in Chicago, Il.
Rationale:  The Kearney High School FBLA Chapter would like to request permission from the Board of Education to attend the FBLA National Conference, June 28-July 3, 2015 in Chicago, Il.  They will travel with the rest of the Nebraska FBLA delegation.
Recommended Motion(s):  Move to approve the KHS FBLA trip to the National FBLA Conference, June 28-July 3, 2015 in Chicago, Il., with no direct cost incurred by the school district.
3.G. Authorize Chris Nelson to file all claims and forms for unclaimed property with the State of Nebraska
Rationale:  We have been notified that we have some unclaimed property with the State of Nebraska so we need to give a district official the authority to file the claims and forms to obtain this property.  We will ask the Board to appoint Chris Nelson to be our authorized representative in these matters.
Recommended Motion(s):  Move to authorize Chris Nelson to file all claims and forms to obtain Kearney Public School District unclaimed property from the State of Nebraska.
3.H. Approval of Trip to National DECA Conference in Orlando, Fl., April 25-28, 2015 for Tianna Engen
Rationale:  We will ask the Board of Education to approve Tianna Engen's trip to the National DECA Conference in Orlando, Fl., April 25-28, 2015, with no direct costs incurred by the school district.
Recommended Motion(s):  Move to approve Tianna Engen's trip to the National DECA Conference in Orlando, Fl., April 25-28, 2015, with no direct costs incurred by the school district.
4. Regular Agenda - Personnel
4.A. Acceptance of Resignations
Rationale:  We have received letters of resignation from Stacey Romick-Imig, district psychologist; Jennifer Zysset, 2nd grade teacher at Windy Hills Elementary School; Dianne Halligan, French teacher at Kearney High School; Valerie Scott, 1st grade teacher at Central Elementary School; and Sandra Pohl, kindergarten teacher at Central Elementary School.  We have also received letters of retirement resignation from Bill Becker, social studies teacher at Kearney High School; Shelli Petersen, 3rd grade teacher at Northeast Elementary School; and Jere' Sue Schroer, counselor at Horizon Middle School.  We will ask the Board of Education to accept these resignations, with regret, effective the end of their 2014-2015 contract year.
Recommended Motion(s):  Move to accept the resignations of Stacey Romick-Imig, district psychologist; Jennifer Zysset, 2nd grade teacher at Windy Hills Elementary School; Dianne Halligan, French teacher at Kearney High School; Valerie Scott, 1st grade teacher at Central Elementary School; and Sandra Pohl, kindergarten teacher at Central Elementary School; as well as the retirement resignations of Bill Becker, social studies teacher at Kearney High School; Shelli Petersen, 3rd grade teacher at Northeast Elementary School; and Jere' Sue Schroer, counselor at Horizon Middle School; with regret, effective the end of their 2014-2015 contract year.
4.B. Approval of Teacher Employment Recommendations
Rationale:  We will recommend approval of the employment of the following teaching staff in the Kearney Public Schools for the 2015-2016 school year:

Brandy Tacha            MA, Step 6        1.00 FTE ELL teacher at Horizon Middle School
Kayla Little                BA+9, Step, 4   1.00 FTE 1st grade teacher at Buffalo Hills Elementary School
Michael Heuertz         BA, Step 4        1.00 FTE vocal music teacher at Horizon Middle School    
Jamie Kirwan             BA, Step 1        1.00 FTE 2nd grade teacher at Windy Hills Elementary School
Robert Howell            BA, Step 1        1.00 FTE High School SPED behavior program
Kristy Childress          BA+9, Step 8    1.00 FTE ELL teacher at Kearney High School
Rebecca Dunn            BA, Step 1        1.00 FTE kindergarten teacher at Emerson Elementary School
Elizabeth Love            MA, Step 4       1.00 FTE special education teacher at Northeast & Buffalo Hills
Geoff Carnahan          BA, Step 2        1.00 FTE 4th grade teacher at Glenwood Elementary School
Erin Willrich               MA, Step 8        1.00 FTE 5th grade teacher at Meadowlark Elementary School
Justine Hoins             BA, Step 2         1.00 FTE special education teacher at Bryant & Windy Hills
Lynn Stewart             BA+9, Step 6     1.00 FTE media specialist at Horizon Middle School
Ashley Carrier            MA+36, Step 7   1.00 FTE district school psychologist
Mary Stuart               BA, Step 2          1.00 FTE 3rd grade teacher at Northeast Elementary School
Jorge Ortega              BA, Step 1         1.00 FTE French teacher at Kearney High School 
Recommended Motion(s):  Move to approve the employment of the following teaching staff in the Kearney Public Schools for the 2015-2016 school year: Brandy Tacha, MA, Step 6,1.00 FTE ELL teacher at Horizon Middle School; Kayla Little, BA+9, Step, 4,1.00 FTE 1st grade teacher at Buffalo Hills Elementary School; Michael Heuertz, BA, Step 4, 1.00 FTE vocal music teacher at Horizon Middle School; Jamie Kirwan, BA, Step 1, 1.00 FTE 2nd grade teacher at Windy Hills Elementary School; Robert Howell, BA, Step 1, 1.00 FTE High School SPED behavior program teacher; Kristy Childress, BA+9, Step 8, 1.00 FTE ELL teacher at Kearney High School; Rebecca Dunn, BA, Step 1, 1.00 FTE kindergarten teacher at Emerson Elementary School; Elizabeth Love, MA, Step 4, 1.00 FTE special education teacher at Northeast and Buffalo Hills Elementary Schools; Geoff Carnahan, BA, Step 2, 1.00 FTE 4th grade teacher at Glenwood Elementary School; Erin Willrich, MA, Step 8, 1.00 FTE 5th grade teacher at Meadowlark Elementary School; Justine Hoins, BA, Step 2, 1.00 FTE special education teacher at Byant and Windy Hills Elementary Schools; Lynn Stewart, BA+9, Step 6, 1.00 FTE media specialist at Horizon Middle School; Ashley Carrier, MA+36, Step 7, 1.00 FTE district school psychologist; Mary Stuart, BA, Step 2, 1.00 FTE 3rd grade teacher at Northeast Elementary School; and Jorge Ortega, BA, Step 1, 1.00 FTE French teacher at Kearney High School.
Action(s):
Move to approve the employment of the following teaching staff in the Kearney Public Schools for the 2015-2016 school year: Brandy Tacha, MA, Step 6,1.00 FTE ELL teacher at Horizon Middle School; Kayla Little, BA+9, Step, 4,1.00 FTE 1st grade teacher at Buffalo Hills Elementary School; Michael Heuertz, BA, Step 4, 1.00 FTE vocal music teacher at Horizon Middle School; Jamie Kirwan, BA, Step 1, 1.00 FTE 2nd grade teacher at Windy Hills Elementary School; Robert Howell, BA, Step 1, 1.00 FTE High School SPED behavior program teacher; Kristy Childress, BA+9, Step 8, 1.00 FTE ELL teacher at Kearney High School; Rebecca Dunn, BA, Step 1, 1.00 FTE kindergarten teacher at Emerson Elementary School; Elizabeth Love, MA, Step 4, 1.00 FTE special education teacher at Northeast and Buffalo Hills Elementary Schools; Geoff Carnahan, BA, Step 2, 1.00 FTE 4th grade teacher at Glenwood Elementary School; Erin Willrich, MA, Step 8, 1.00 FTE 5th grade teacher at Meadowlark Elementary School; Justine Hoins, BA, Step 2, 1.00 FTE special education teacher at Byant and Windy Hills Elementary Schools; Lynn Stewart, BA+9, Step 6, 1.00 FTE media specialist at Horizon Middle School; Ashley Carrier, MA+36, Step 7, 1.00 FTE district school psychologist; Mary Stuart, BA, Step 2, 1.00 FTE 3rd grade teacher at Northeast Elementary School; and Jorge Ortega, BA, Step 1, 1.00 FTE French teacher at Kearney High School. Passed with a motion by Tim Higgins and a second by Angela Nickel.
No Action(s) have been added to this Agenda Item.
Attachments:
5. Regular Agenda - Business
5.A. Approval of Glenwood School Roofing Bid
Rationale:  Kearney Public Schools issued a RFP on March 2, 2015 for a TPO retrofit roof over the standing seam roof at Glenwood Elementary School.  The current roof is a standing seam roof installed in 1979 and in 2002, had an elastametric system coating which carried a 10-year warranty.  Currently there are 4 leaks on the area where the TPO roof will be installed.  The new TPO roof will be a 60 mill GAF Extreme TPO with new insulation between the ribs and 1" over the ribs and 1/2" cover board over all insulation.  The new roof will carry a 20-year warranty.

The specifications for replacement were issued on March 2, 2015.  The work was advertised in the Kearney Hub, North Platte Telegraph, and Grand Island Independent, and we notified contractors by telephone and e-mail.  Listed below are the two bids we received on March 5, 2015. 

Company                                Base Bid

Springer Roofing, Inc.              $94,804.00

Duff Roofing                          $117,000.00

We will recommend that the Board of Education accept the low bid of  Springer Roofing in the amount of $94,804.00.
Recommended Motion(s):  Move to accept the low bid of Springer Roofing, Inc., in the amount of $94,804.00 for a new TPO retrofit roof at Glenwood Elementary School.
Action(s):
Move to accept the low bid of Springer Roofing, Inc., in the amount of $94,804.00 for a new TPO retrofit roof at Glenwood Elementary School. Passed with a motion by Dave Glover and a second by Julie Agard.
No Action(s) have been added to this Agenda Item.
5.B. Approval of Bus Bids
Rationale:  For the 2015-2016 school year, we would like to replace our 2005, 65-passenger route bus and add an additional 65-passenger bus to our fleet.  The new 65-passenger bus will be taking over a route now serviced with a 14-passenger bus.  The change is necessary in order to have the capacity we need to accommodate our pay-to-ride/school-to-school students.

We invited 3 companies to bid the new buses and offered 2 buses as trade-in.  Cornhusker International did not present us with bids.  The other bids were as follows:

Nebraska Central Equipment from Grand Island offered us a 2016 Blue Bird Vision 65-passenger bus at a price of $84,243.00 per bus x 2 = $168,486.00.  The pre-pay allowance per bus is $650.00 x 2 = $1,300.
The total cost for both buses would be $167,186.00.

Omaha Truck Center offered us a 2016 Thomas C2, 65-passenger bus at a price of $87,200.00 per bus x 2 = $174,400.00.  The total cost for both Thomas buses would be $174,440.00.

A standard warranty was offered from both suppliers.

Our recommendation would be to purchase the 65-passenger Blue Bird buses from Nebraska Central Equipment in Grand Island.

We were offered a trade-in value of: $6,500.00 from Omaha Truck and $7,500 from Bluebird.
We would like to sell the 2005 65-passenger Thomas bus to John Goodbrake from Coach Masters, Inc.,
who offered us $8,500.00. 

For the 2015-2016 school year, we would also like to retire our 1992 MCI coach bus and replace it with a 78-passenger rear engine activity bus.  The demand for the coach buses has lessened significantly in the last few years.  Adding an additional 78-passenger bus will allow us greater flexibility.  The 78-passenger bus can be used for athletic trips, but also for in-town multi-school activities as well as function as a back-up bus for school routes.

The bids for this bus came in as follows:

Nebraska Central Equipment from Grand Island offered us a 2016 Blue Bird All-American, 78-passenger bus at a price of $134,270.00, a pre-pay allowance of $1,600.00, for a total cost of $132,670.00.

Omaha Truck Center offered us a 2016 Thomas HDX 78-passenger bus at a price of $135,389.00.

Both suppliers offered a standard warranty.

Our recommendation is to purchase the 78-passenger Blue Bird bus from Nebraska Central Equipment of Grand Island.

We were offered a trade-in value for the 1992 MCI coach bus: $5,000 from Omaha Truck, $5,500 from Bluebird, $6,500 from Coach Masters, and $7,500 from Your Own Limousine.

We would like to sell the 1992 MCI coach bus to Larry Schmidt from Your Own Limousine Company of Kearney for $7,500.00.
Recommended Motion(s):  Move to accept the bids of Nebraska Central Equipment Co., of Grand Island for two 2016 Blue Bird Vision 65-passenger buses at a total cost of $167,186.00; and one 2016 Blue Bird All-American 78-passenger bus at a total cost of $132,670.00.
Action(s):
Move to accept the bids of Nebraska Central Equipment Co., of Grand Island for two 2016 Blue Bird Vision 65-passenger buses at a total cost of $167,186.00; and one 2016 Blue Bird All-American 78-passenger bus at a total cost of $132,670.00. Passed with a motion by Angela Nickel and a second by Tim Higgins.
No Action(s) have been added to this Agenda Item.
5.C. Approval of Change Order KHS-003
Rationale:  We will ask the Board of Education to approve Change Order KHS-003 from Sampson Construction for the following items:

1.    Delete the 4" concrete sidewalk along West 11th St. under the provisions of Alternate No. 4 for a DEDUCT of $24,879.00;

2.    Delete the 4" concrete sidewalk along 30th Avenue under the provisions of Alternate No. 5 for a DEDUCT of $18,059.00;

3.    Adjust Sampson Construction Company's construction manager fee for a DEDUCT of $1,138.00;

4.    Adjust Sampson Constuction Company's bond for a DEDUCT of $264.00;

for a total contract sum DECREASE of $44,340.00.
Recommended Motion(s):  Move to approve Change Order KHS-003 from Sampson Construction for the following items: 1. Delete the 4" concrete sidewalk along West 11th St. under the provisions of Alternate No. 4 for a DEDUCT of $24,879.00; 2. Delete the 4" concrete sidewalk along 30th Avenue under the provisions of Alternate No. 5 for a DEDUCT of $18,059.00; 3. Adjust Sampson Construction Company's construction manager fee for a DEDUCT of $1,138.00; and 4. Adjust Sampson Constuction Company's bond for a DEDUCT of $264.00; for a total contract sum DECREASE of $44,340.00.
Action(s):
Move to approve Change Order KHS-003 from Sampson Construction for the following items: 1. Delete the 4" concrete sidewalk along West 11th St. under the provisions of Alternate No. 4 for a DEDUCT of $24,879.00; 2. Delete the 4" concrete sidewalk along 30th Avenue under the provisions of Alternate No. 5 for a DEDUCT of $18,059.00; 3. Adjust Sampson Construction Company's construction manager fee for a DEDUCT of $1,138.00; and 4. Adjust Sampson Constuction Company's bond for a DEDUCT of $264.00; for a total contract sum DECREASE of $44,340.00. Passed with a motion by Tim Higgins and a second by Dave Glover.
No Action(s) have been added to this Agenda Item.
5.D. Approval of Bid for Asbestos Abatement Project for Phase I at Horizon Middle School
Rationale:  .Kearney Public Schools contracted with B2Environmental, Inc., to be the Project Management Firm for asbestos abatement work at Horizon Middle School to prepare the building for a major remodel and addition as part of the 2015-2016 project.  A mandatory pre-bid walk-through meeting was held on Wednesday, March 25th.  Seven firms were in attendance, four of which submittted bids.  The funding for the projects will be from the Special Building Fund.

B2Environmental notified area abatement firms of the projects.  Drawings and specifications were available from the Project Manager.

Proposals were received April 1, 2015 and four firms submitted bids:

Contractor                Base Bid #1 Price        Addendum #1 Rec.        Bid bond or check

Bockman, Inc.                $59,300                            Yes                            Yes
Omaha, Ne.

Environmental Direct       $69,780                            Yes                            Yes
Grand Island, Ne.

ESA, Inc.                        $99,000                            Yes                            Yes
Omaha, Ne.

Great Plains Asbestos      $96,500                             Yes                            Yes
Control, Kearney, Ne.

We will recommend that the Board of Education accept the low bid of Bockman, Inc. of Omaha, Ne., in the amount of $59,300.
Recommended Motion(s):  Move to accept the low bid of Bockman, Inc., of Omaha, Ne., in the amount of $59,300.00 for Phase I of asbestos abatement at Horizon Middle School.
Action(s):
Move to accept the low bid of Bockman, Inc., of Omaha, Ne., in the amount of $59,300.00 for Phase I of asbestos abatement at Horizon Middle School. Passed with a motion by Julie Agard and a second by Dave Glover.
No Action(s) have been added to this Agenda Item.
5.E. Approval of Horizon Middle School Bids
Rationale:  The following bids were received for the Horizon addition and renovation project:

Package #4            Demolition                            Midwest Demo                    Total Bid -$359,500.00
Package #5            Concrete Slab                        L & L Concrete                   Total Bid - $244,452.00
Package #6            Structural Pre-Cast Concrete   Concrete Industries            Total Bid - $46,110.00
Package #8            Steel Materials                       Arrowhead Steel                 Total Bid - $23,480.00
Package #9            Steel & Pre-Cast Erection        Central Nebraska Steel        Total Bid - $31,150.00
Package #10          Carpentry                              BD Construction                  Total Bid - $112,428.00
Package #11          Roofing                                 Dobberstein Roofing             Total Bid - $76,207.00
Package #12          Waterproofing & Air Barrier     Kucera Painting                    Total Bid - $13,733.00
Package #13          Joint Sealants                        BD Construction                   Total Bid - $11,850.00
Package #15          HM/HMW Doors                      Johnson Hardware                Total Bid - $229,485.00
Package #16          Aluminum & Glass                  Tri-County Glass                   Total Bid - $148,234.00
Package #17          Tiling                                    Zimmer Tile                          Total Bid - $121,574.00
Packages #18 & 19 Acoustical Ceiling & Acoustic   TC Ceilings                           Total Bid - $141,175.00
                             Room Components
Package #20          Studs and Drywall                  Midwest Partitions                Total Bid - $547,300.00
Package #21          Paint                                     Kucera Painting                    Total Bid - $150,433.00
Package #22          Flooring                                Midwest Floor Covering          Total Bid - $322,067.00
Packages #23,24,   Specialty Equipment              PTC                                      Total Bid - $66,912.00
25, 27
Package #26          Lockers                                Art Metal Products                  Total Bid - $83,350.00
Package #30          Conveying Equipment            Access Elevators                    Total Bid - $19,875.00
                             Bleacher Modification            Lee French Bleacher Repair     Total Bid - $3,062.00
Package #31          Fire Suppression                   Nebraska Fire Spriinkler          Total Bid - $196,849.00
Package #33          HVAC Controls Alternate        Anderson Brothers                  Total Bid - $28,854.00
Package #36          Termite Treatment                Heartland Pest Control            Total Bid - $1,349.00
Package #39          Site Utilities                          Midland Contracting                Total Bid - $84,968.00
Package #39          Site Storm Sewer                  Anderson Brothers                  Total Bid - $6,041.00
Package #40, 41,   Casework, Casework Inst.,     Carroll Seating                       Total Bid - $228,984.44
42, 43                   Lab Casework & Installation
Package #44          Insulated Translucent Fiber    SpecPro, Inc.                         Total Bid - $43,432.00
                            Glass Sandwich Panel System

We will recommend that these bids be accepted.
   




    
Recommended Motion(s):  Move to approve the following bids for the Horizon Middle School addition and renovation project: Package #4 Demolition Midwest Demo Total Bid -$359,500.00 Package #5 Concrete Slab L & L Concrete Total Bid - $244,452.00 Package #6 Structural Pre-Cast Concrete Concrete Industries Total Bid - $46,110.00 Package #8 Steel Materials Arrowhead Steel Total Bid - $23,480.00 Package #9 Steel & Pre-Cast Erection Central Nebraska Steel Total Bid - $31,150.00 Package #10 Carpentry BD Construction Total Bid - $112,428.00 Package #11 Roofing Dobberstein Roofing Total Bid - $76,207.00 Package #12 Waterproofing & Air Barrier Kucera Painting Total Bid - $13,733.00 Package #13 Joint Sealants BD Construction Total Bid - $11,850.00 Package #15 HM/HMW Doors Johnson Hardware Total Bid - $229,485.00 Package #16 Aluminum & Glass Tri-County Glass Total Bid - $148,234.00 Package #17 Tiling Zimmer Tile Total Bid - $121,574.00 Packages #18 & 19 Acoustical Ceiling & Acoustic Room Components TC Ceilings Total Bid - $141,175.00 Package #20 Studs and Drywall Midwest Partitions Total Bid - $547,300.00 Package #21 Paint Kucera Painting Total Bid - $150,433.00 Package #22 Flooring Midwest Floor Covering Total Bid - $322,067.00 Packages #23,24,25, 27 Specialty Equipment PTC Total Bid - $66,912.00 Package #26 Lockers Art Metal Products Total Bid - $83,350.00 Package #30 Conveying Equipment Access Elevators Total Bid - $19,875.00 Bleacher Modification Lee French Bleacher Repair Total Bid - $3,062.00 Package #31 Fire Suppression Nebraska Fire Spriinkler Total Bid - $196,849.00 Package #33 HVAC Controls Alternate Anderson Brothers Total Bid - $28,854.00 Package #36 Termite Treatment Heartland Pest Control Total Bid - $1,349.00 Package #39 Site Utilities Midland Contracting Total Bid - $84,968.00 Package #39 Site Storm Sewer Anderson Brothers Total Bid - $6,041.00 Package #40, 41, 42, 43 Casework, Casework Inst.,Lab Casework & Installation Carroll Seating Total Bid - $228,984.44 Package #44 Insulated Translucent Fiber Glass Sandwich Panel SpecPro, Inc. Total Bid - $43,432.00
Action(s):
Move to approve the following bids for the Horizon Middle School addition and renovation project: Package #4 Demolition Midwest Demo Total Bid -$359,500.00 Package #5 Concrete Slab L & L Concrete Total Bid - $244,452.00 Package #6 Structural Pre-Cast Concrete Concrete Industries Total Bid - $46,110.00 Package #8 Steel Materials Arrowhead Steel Total Bid - $23,480.00 Package #9 Steel & Pre-Cast Erection Central Nebraska Steel Total Bid - $31,150.00 Package #10 Carpentry BD Construction Total Bid - $112,428.00 Package #11 Roofing Dobberstein Roofing Total Bid - $76,207.00 Package #12 Waterproofing & Air Barrier Kucera Painting Total Bid - $13,733.00 Package #13 Joint Sealants BD Construction Total Bid - $11,850.00 Package #15 HM/HMW Doors Johnson Hardware Total Bid - $229,485.00 Package #16 Aluminum & Glass Tri-County Glass Total Bid - $148,234.00 Package #17 Tiling Zimmer Tile Total Bid - $121,574.00 Packages #18 & 19 Acoustical Ceiling & Acoustic Room Components TC Ceilings Total Bid - $141,175.00 Package #20 Studs and Drywall Midwest Partitions Total Bid - $547,300.00 Package #21 Paint Kucera Painting Total Bid - $150,433.00 Package #22 Flooring Midwest Floor Covering Total Bid - $322,067.00 Packages #23,24,25, 27 Specialty Equipment PTC Total Bid - $66,912.00 Package #26 Lockers Art Metal Products Total Bid - $83,350.00 Package #30 Conveying Equipment Access Elevators Total Bid - $19,875.00 Bleacher Modification Lee French Bleacher Repair Total Bid - $3,062.00 Package #31 Fire Suppression Nebraska Fire Spriinkler Total Bid - $196,849.00 Package #33 HVAC Controls Alternate Anderson Brothers Total Bid - $28,854.00 Package #36 Termite Treatment Heartland Pest Control Total Bid - $1,349.00 Package #39 Site Utilities Midland Contracting Total Bid - $84,968.00 Package #39 Site Storm Sewer Anderson Brothers Total Bid - $6,041.00 Package #40, 41, 42, 43 Casework, Casework Inst.,Lab Casework & Installation Carroll Seating Total Bid - $228,984.44 Package #44 Insulated Translucent Fiber Glass Sandwich Panel SpecPro, Inc. Total Bid - $43,432.00 Passed with a motion by Julie Agard and a second by Angela Nickel.
No Action(s) have been added to this Agenda Item.
6. Regular Agenda - Miscellaneous
6.A. Adjournment
Recommended Motion(s):  Move to adjourn the meeting.
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