14 June Superintendent's Contract and Expenses June 14, 2019 By Dara Newson News News 0 Transparency Pay Notice - Logan Signed Contract - Logan Related Articles Superintendent's Contract and Future Expenses Superintendent's Contract Superintendent's Expenses Transparency Notice and Contract ESU19 Transparency Pay ESU19 Contract 12/16/13 Superintendent's Congratulations REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS TO THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OMAHA PUBLIC SCHOOLS December 16, 2013 CONGRATULATIONS …to the North High Magnet football team for winning the 2013 Nebraska Class A State Championship. This was the Vikings’ first football championship of the playoff era. …to King Science and Technology Magnet teacher and magnet facilitator Kris Denton, whose entry on the school’s aquaponics program was chosen to be the state winner in the 2014 Samsung Solve for Tomorrow contest. The entry was chosen for its innovative approach to advancing interest in the STEM fields among students and for making an impact in the community. The school will receive $20,000 worth of Samsung technology and represent Nebraska in the national competition. …to Bryan Middle technology teacher Darrell Wiederholt, whose entry on using video editing software to record the process of tree growth was recognized as a state finalist in the 2014 Samsung Solve for Tomorrow contest. The school will receive two tablet computers. …to North High Magnet teacher Tom Dickey, who was one of 14 educators nationwide selected for a fellowship in the National Academy Foundation’s (NAF) Verizon Technology Innovation Pilot. Fellows will learn how to infuse technology into instruction from experts with the Information Society for Technology in Education. …to the Central High students who were selected for the North Central American Choral Directors Association’s (ACDA) Regional Honor Choirs: Middle Level Honor Choir – Wyatt Burgess, Matthew Farho, Maurice Garrett, Emily Gillespie, Madison Gillespie, Hannah Goodman, Izekah Goodwin, Leah Henriksen, Sacha Hill, Amanda Jackson, Remy Lupo and Ma Nichols. High School Honor Choir – Jory Boynton, Alexia Childers, Jamie Colvin, Gina Comstock, Luke Gregerson, Jonathan Hinkle, Jimmy Lowe and Samantha Quintana. …to Buffett Magnet fifth-grader Claire Bouma, who was selected for the North Central American Choral Directors Association’s (ACDA) Regional Elementary Honor Choir. …to McMillan Magnet math teacher Connie Colton, whose article entitled “Successfully Transitioning to Linear Equations,” was selected to appear in the February 2014 issue of Mathematics Teacher—a journal produced by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. …to the Morton Magnet students whose work has been selected to be published in Creative Communication, Essay Edition, Fall 2013: Samantha Carter, Isabel Garcia, Amanda Hostert, Madeline McPeck, Demi Shepherd, Ryan Simpson, Edith Walk and Michael Westberg. …to the OPS high school students who were honored by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s College of Journalism and Mass Communications and the Omaha World-Herald at a recent event recognizing aspiring high school journalists: Benson High Magnet – Cheyenne Rowe Bryan High – Dylan Maldonado-Thomas Burke High – Julianna Cooper Central High – Emily Beck North High Magnet – Killian Jarrett Northwest High Magnet – Courtney Nichols …to the North High Magnet students who won third place at the 2013: A H4CK ODYSSEY competition, hosted by the University of Nebraska at Omaha’s College of Information Technology. At the event, high school students had to solve more than 30 technical security challenges. Team members: Deirdre Burgdorf, Andy Elsaesser, Ian Howell and Aaron Linnell. ...to Joslyn Elementary's Dancing Classrooms team for winning the ARTery's Colors of the Rainbow fall competition. Team members: Hananiah Beaugard, Jaden Beaugard, Kaylee Bergstrom, Glenn Blumer, Hailey Brown, Lauren Burris, Garrett Calhoun, Brett Frey, Kristian Grutel, John Hoden, Travell Mountain and Iris Paskach. Teachers: Rosemarie Olson and Michael Pfeiffer …to Morton Magnet sixth-grader Branden Fisher for earning second place in the Veterans of Foreign Wars’ (VFW) Patriot’s Pen Youth Essay Writing Contest. The theme of this year’s contest was “What Patriotism Means to Me.” Branden will be honored at VFW Post 2503 in February. …to the students whose projects won Ribbons of Excellence at the annual King Science and Technology Magnet Science Fair: Courtney Andreessen, Destiny Bald, Ismael Chavez-Diaz, Alexander Davies, Evan Killian, Edward Niemann, Kamia Parks, Mia Ritland, Gabriel Runyon, Jeshua Saxton, Alex Skaggs, Emily Smith, Bryanna Veach and Robert Wishart. 2016 OPS Athletic Hall of Fame John Stella John Stella was born and raised in Omaha, Nebraska, attended St. Peter grade school and graduated from South High School in 1953. While at South, he played basketball and baseball for Coach Conrad “Cornie” Collins and played American Legion Baseball in 1951 for Coach Harold Hunter and for Cornie Collins in 1952. In 1953, he played for Coach Red Brummer in Woodbine, Iowa, after disqualifying to play American Legion Baseball due to his age. Stella went on to play baseball at the University of Nebraska at Omaha (then Omaha University) for Coach Virgil Yelkin from 1954 to 1957. In 1955, “Runt” Marr offered him a professional contract to pitch for the St. Louis Cardinals but he opted to remain in college and finish his degree. In 1959, he signed a contract as a pitcher and outfielder with the San Francisco Giants and played for its minor league – the Hastings Giants – in Nebraska. He left professional baseball the following year to work for the U.S. Postal Service and retired in 1992. In his spare time, he served as a coach for the St. Ann team of the Omaha Catholic Youth Organizations Baseball League (1961-1966), South High School’s American Legion Baseball team (1982-2012) and continues to serve as the team manager. In addition, he served as the assistant coach for South’s spring baseball team from 1985 to 2012. Honors and awards he’s achieved include the Nebraska Baseball Coaches Man of the Year in 1992, 1994 and 2002, Nebraska Baseball Coaches Association’s District 5 Assistant Coach of the Year in 1996, South High Packer Greats Hall of Fame in 2003, Omaha Old-Timers Baseball Hall of Fame in 2006, was honored by the city when the baseball diamond at Brown Park was named John Stella Ball Field in 2009 and he was inducted into the Nebraska Baseball Hall of Fame in 2012. Additionally, he was named the Sons of Italy’s Italian/American of the Year in 2003 and honorary president of the Santa Lucia Festival in 2014. He is a lifetime member of the American Legion Post 331, and serves on the American Italian Heritage Society, Croatian Cultural Society of Omaha, Omaha G.I. Forum, National High School Baseball Coaches Association, Nebraska Coaches Association, Nebraska/Western Iowa Oldtimers Association, Santa Lucia Festival Committee and Sons of Italy. Calvin Jones Calvin Jones was born in Omaha, Nebraska, and raised by his grandmother, Pauline Smith, who instilled in him the importance of empowerment, education, resiliency and perseverance toward excellence. He graduated from Central High School in 1991. As a student-athlete at Central, Jones was a consensus prep All-American for Coach William Reed and established Class A rushing records for a game (367 yards), a season (2,196 yards) and a career (3,965 yards). In 1989, he averaged 8.4 yards per attempt, scored 22 touchdowns and was the Gatorade Circle of Champions Nebraska Running Back of the Year. Additionally, he was a track and field state champion sprinter in the 100 and 200 meters. Jones’ career at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) is legendary. As a preseason Heisman Trophy candidate and All-American I-back, he recorded two consecutive 1,000-yard seasons, earning him Second All-Time honors at UNL. His career record of 3,153 yards and 40 touchdowns earned him 12th in the Big Eight. He averaged 105.1 yards per game. Honors he received during his college football career include Second Team All-Big Eight (1991), Sports Illustrated Player of the Week (11/11/91 vs. Kansas), Big Eight Offensive Newcomer of the Year (1991), Big Eight Offensive Player of the Year (Coaches, 1992), Sophomore All-American (Football News, 1992), Honorable Mention All-American (UPI, 1992), Second Team All-American (Football News, 1992), Two-time Consensus All-Big Eight (1992, 1993), Honorable Mention All-American (UPI, 1993), Third Team All-American (Football News, AP, 1993), Four-time Big Eight Player of the Week (1993), Doak Walker Award finalist (1993) and preseason All-American (1991). Oakland selected Jones in the sixth round of the 1994 NFL draft. In 1997, during his season with the Green Bay Packers, Jones played on the winning team in Super Bowl XXXI (31). In 2004, he was inducted into the Nebraska Hall of Fame. Christy Neneman Christy Neneman was born in Omaha, Nebraska and graduated from North High School in 2000. She began her sports career while in grade school at All-Saints Catholic School, playing baseball, softball, soccer, football and basketball. At North High School, Neneman was a three-time All-State and Super All-State selection, a three-time All-Metro choice, served as captain of the All-Tournament All-Class team her sophomore year and was named Miss Nebraska Basketball as a senior. Neneman attended Creighton University where she established herself as one of the greatest players in Missouri Valley Conference history. As a team leader and go-to player, she earned All-Freshman Team honors in her first season with the Bluejays, notching 19 points and eight rebounds in her first career start. The feisty guard continued to blaze a path through the Valley and was a two-time Missouri Valley Conference Player of the Year as a sophomore and junior. Neneman was the leading scorer for Creighton during the Jays’ march to the NCAA Tournament in 2002, averaging 16.6 points per game in a 27-7 season. She was named to the All MVC First Team three times during her career. Neneman finished her career at Creighton with 1,732 points, which remains the fourth best in the school’s history. Her name appears all over the record books, including her career-high of 39 points scored against Drake in 2002, the fifth largest total for Creighton. Neneman is a member of the Creighton Sports Hall of Fame, along with the Omaha Sports Hall of Fame. She graduated from Creighton in 2004 with a bachelor’s degree in psychology. Neneman went back to school to pursue a degree as a physical therapist assistant and graduated from Clarkson College in August of 2014. Today, she works at the Neuro Rehabilitation Center as a physical therapist assistant. We salute Christy Neneman inducted into the 2016 OPS Athletic Hall of Fame. Clark Preble Clark Preble was born and raised in Omaha and attended Belvedere Elementary School, Springville Elementary School and Nathan Hale Junior High before graduating from Northwest High School in 1984. In football, he lettered all three years and helped the Huskies earn a three-year record of 28 -5 and make a state championship appearance his sophomore year, a semifinal appearance his junior year and a quarterfinal appearance his senior year. In basketball, he played varsity his junior year and while at Northwest the team earned a record of 56-17 and advance to the state tournament each year. In baseball, the team earned a three-year record of 64-5, won state titles all three years, were named Collegiate Baseball National Champions during the 1983 season and were second in the Collegiate Baseball rankings in 1984. Individually, he was named All-Metro his junior year and All-Metro, All-State his senior year. During his senior year, Preble had a 0.56 earned run average, which was a Northwest record. In Legion baseball, the Huskies won AAA Midget titles his ninth and 10th grade summers and Legion titles his 11th and 12th grade summers. His Legion career was highlighted by a 50-1 record his sophomore summer. Preble attended Auburn University where he was named to the All Southeastern Conference baseball team his junior year. During his senior year, the Tigers won the Southeastern Conference tourney, he was named to the All-Tourney Team and the team came within two wins of making the College World Series. Preble graduated from Auburn University in 1989 with a bachelor’s degree in mathematics. In 1990, Preble returned to the Omaha Public Schools to teach mathematics at Nathan Hale Junior High School. In 1995, he transferred to his alma mater where he has taught ever since. At Northwest, Preble has coached basketball, track and baseball. During his years as an assistant baseball coach for Bill Olson, the teams won state titles in 1991, 1992, 1993, and 1994 in Legion ball and 1994 in high school baseball. A highlight of his basketball-coaching career occurred during the 2004-2005 season when his freshman team went 18-0. Clark earned his master’s degree in education from the University of Nebraska at Omaha in 1997. He is married to wife, Maureen and they have two sons: Chad and Connor. Jay Ball Following his father’s example, Jay Ball began his teaching and coaching career with the Omaha Public Schools in 1987. In 1995, he became the head football coach at South High before taking over the same position at Central High in 2006. In the spring of 1998, Ball and six other OPS high school football coaches met with the purpose of improving athletes’ performance on the field at a camp that stressed fundamentals through individual and team drills. In June of 1998, they held their first team camp at Norris Middle School that culminated a Jamobree/Scrimmage Day at UNO. Outback continued to sponsor the camp until 2004. In 2005 MG Contracting and Design, owned by Ball’s sister Jill and late brother-in-law Mark Goodrich, became the new sponsors. Since 2005, the camp has grown into a premier high school team camp in the state of Nebraska. Today, the camp includes Papio South, Bellevue West, OPS and Concordia, attracts tremendous media attention, and is recognized by players, coaches and parents, as the event where the football season begins and player development is highlighted. Since 2005, teams participating in the MG Camp have made the state playoff semi-finals seven times, finished as state runner-ups twice and crowned as state champions three times. In the final state ranking for 2015-2016, teams who attended the MG Camp held four of the top six spots for the season. The opportunity to help improve the lives of young people and the football teams of OPS is a core belief of the Ball family. Jay Ball is married to his wife Bette, they have a stepson Kris, and a granddaughter Hailey. John Morse John Morse began his baseball career with Murphy’s Midgets for Coach Duce Belford in 1950. He attended Benson High School and graduated in 1953. As a student-athlete, he served as a guard on the school’s basketball team for Coach Scotty Orcutt, lettered seven times in basketball and baseball, earned Intercity in basketball honors and Second Team Intercity in baseball honors. At the University of Nebraska at Omaha, he lettered eight times and was a catcher for Coach Virgil Yelkin for two years and then Coach Jack Cotton. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in education in 1957 and his master’s degree in education in 1975. He taught at Technical High School from 1958-1984. As a coach, his freshman basketball team was unbeaten in 1964 and in 1966; and the baseball team took the state title and won the district title in 1967. He taught at Benson High School from 1984 until his retirement in 1993. During his tenure as a history teacher for the Omaha Public Schools, he completed notable work in history, human relations and multicultural programs, which exposed students to Black history, American Indian history, Chicano American history and Asian American history. As a member of the Nebraska Advisory Committee in the 1970s, he helped schools integrate multicultural education into their classrooms and wrote a teachers’ manual for integrating Black history into American History textbooks for the Omaha Public Schools. He taught human relations classes at the University of Nebraska at Omaha and Metropolitan Community College from 1993-2008. Awards he received throughout his career include the Omaha Education Association’s Human Relations Teacher of the Year (1980), Benson Booster Club’s Teacher of the Year (1989), Nebraska Cooper Foundation Award for Excellence in Teaching (1986), and the Peter Kiewit Foundation’s Teacher Achievement Award (1991). He was inducted into the Technical High School Hall of Fame and the Benson High School Hall of Fame in 1991. Morse was married to his wife, Anita, for 49 years before she passed away in January of 2006. They have three children, seven grandchildren, and seven great-grandchildren. Jill Goodrich As an Omaha Public Schools’ graduate, Jill Ball grew up spending Friday nights at various football stadiums around the metro area, cheering for Technical High School and Bryan High where her father, Jerry Ball, was the defensive coordinator. Soon, the Ball family had to divide their football watching and cheering time between North High, South High and Central High once Jill’s brother, Jay, started his football-coaching career. In the spring of 1992, Jill met her future husband, Mark Goodrich. After becoming a member of the family in 1994, Mark soon became a passionate supporter of football even though he was more comfortable as a swimmer and being outdoors fishing and hunting. In the summer of 2004, Jill’s brother and father approached the couple about sponsoring and becoming the directors of a high school football camp formerly known as the Outback Camp. They accepted and in spring of 2005, the MG Contracting and Design Football Camp – soon to be known as the MG Camp – made its debut. Mark and Jill enjoyed being a part of such an amazing group for 11 years. Sadly, Mark passed away on January 11, 2016 and the decision was made to dissolve MG Contracting and Design, Inc. and the company no longer sponsors the camp. Goodrich says the camp would not have experienced the success it did if not for the dedicated coaches whose objectives were to ensure that each participant received individual instruction, fundamentals of the game, and proper technique. Mark and Jill considered it a privilege and an honor to have contributed to the young players of the Omaha football community and the OPS Athletic Department. Ken Dirks Ken Dirks was born in Nashville, Kansas and graduated from Nashville-Zenda High School in 1971. As a student athlete, Dirks lettered in both basketball & baseball and developed his love for sports. After graduation, Dirks attended St. John’s & Southwestern College in Winfield, Kansas on a basketball & baseball scholarship. He student taught at a middle school for the Wichita, Kansas Cooperative Urban Teacher Education program and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in education in 1975. Dirks began his teaching career with the Omaha Public Schools in 1975, and spent the first three years as a traveling physical education teacher at Wakonda, Fontenelle, Belvedere and Franklin Elementary Schools. In 1979, he transferred to Lewis and Clark Middle School where he taught physical education and coached for the next 32 years. During that time, his teams won city championships in football, girls basketball, boys basketball, wrestling, track and boys soccer. He also served as the head baseball coach at Central High School in the spring of 1986 and 1987. Dirks has been married to his wife and high school sweet heart, Shirley Allender, for 40 years and they have four grown children: Joe, Dustin, Amber and Ashley. They have six grandchildren, with another on the way. Today, Dirks is the state director of Nebraska’s United States Specialty Sports Association (USSSA) for Baseball where he sanctions teams and tournaments for athletes ages seven to 14. Terry Thomas Terry Thomas was born in Omaha, Nebraska in 1969 and graduated from Burke High School in 1987. He attended Coffeeville Community College in Coffeeville, Kansas, Ellsworth College in Iowa Falls, Iowa, and Wayne State College in Wayne, Nebraska. At Burke High School, Thomas was a standout student-athlete in track and field and football. Thomas started his track career as a bantam for the North Omaha Boys Club. He was known for his speed and agility. In track field, he was a member of the first place 4 by 100 relay team in 1985, and first individually in the 100 and 200 in 1986, and in the 200 and 400 in 1987. At the time, he held the metro record in the 400 with a time of 48.93 seconds. During his senior year in high school, Thomas was All-State and selected to the All-Metro First Team. In football, he was an All-Nebraska wide receiver in 1986, participated in the 1987 Shrine Bowl and held the school record with 1,220 yards his senior year. Thomas has served as a track and field and football mentor for young boys and girls. Today, he serves as the head drummer during Sunday services at Pleasant Green Baptist Church and oversees the drum section for the Pleasant Green Marching Saints. Scarlett Wilson Scarlett Wilson was born in northwest Arkansas. She attended Rogers (AR) Public Schools from the 1st through 12th grades. As a student-athlete at Arkansas Tech University, she lettered all four years in basketball, volleyball, soccer-speedball and tennis. She graduated with bachelor’s degree in physical education, English and social studies. Wilson began her teaching career at Mabelvale High School near Littlerock, Arkansas. In addition to teaching, she coached team and individual sports and played Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) basketball for two years. She later accepted a physical education position at Central High School in San Angelo, Texas. Over the course of four summer sessions Wilson earned her master’s degree in education/physical education at the University of Arkansas. In the 1960s Wilson’s husband was stationed at Offutt Air Force Base, that’s when Wilson began teaching at Indian Hill Middle School and Bryan Junior/Senior High School. Another military transfer took the family to Tainan Air Force Base (TAFB) in Taiwan. There, she taught conversational English at a girls’ middle school, physical fitness and swimming at TAFB, and Pacific-Rim volleyball. Wilson later returned to Omaha Bryan High School and coached tennis, gymnastics, swimming, diving and soccer. In addition to her professional career, she coached U.S. Synchronized Swimming, served as a scorekeeper for basketball, volleyball and wrestling, volunteered at state events and registered as a referee in volleyball, basketball, swimming, diving and soccer. She retired from OPS 1998 and went on to teach language exploration and health at Elkhorn Middle School and then physical fitness at Elkhorn High School. After 50 years, she officially ended her education career. Today, Wilson referees volleyball, swimming and diving, serves as a basketball scorekeeper, volunteers and continues to maintain her childhood farm in Cross Hollows, Arkansas. She also enjoys activities with her daughter, Lara, her son in-law Mark, and their two sons Jake and Zack. Tony Veland Tony Veland was born and raised in Omaha. He attended Benson High School where he excelled in the classroom, graduating third in his class. As a standout athlete he received nine varsity letters in football, basketball, and track. Veland earned the Second team All State and All Division honors as a quarterback and set the record for total yards in the 1991 Shrine bowl at 260. After graduating from Benson High School in 1991, Tony attended the University of Nebraska Lincoln, and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in engineering and business. At UNL, Veland played as a defensive back and starter for both national championship teams in 1994 and 1995. During his senior year, Veland was selected as captain of the team, he earned Second Team All Big Eight honors for his safety play and an invitation to the Hula Bowl. The Denver Broncos selected Veland during the sixth round of the 1996 NFL draft. Veland won a ring as a member of the Denver Broncos Super Bowl XXXII championship team in 1997 over the Green Bay Packers and ended his playing career in 1998 with the Carolina Panthers. Veland went on to become the Defensive Coordinator of the Omaha Beef of United Indoor Football. He spent six seasons coaching the Beef. Today, Tony Veland is an advisor with Heritage Financial, he helps coach football at Northwest High Magnet School and devotes time to outreach programs such as TeamMates Mentoring program. Tony has two children, Tony who is 25, and Arianna who is 18. Board of Education Notes - 07/07/2014 The Omaha Public Schools Board of Education met on Monday, July 7th, 2014 at the Teacher Administrative Center, 3215 Cuming Street. To view the full agenda click on the following link: http://district.ops.org/BOARDOFEDUCATION/CurrentMeetings.aspx The following are highlights of the meeting held on July 7th, 2014: School Spotlight: Pawnee Elementary was recently the subject of a friendly media visit in which the school's phonics academy was highlighted. The program helps students to efficiently and effectively learn innovative ways of 'sounding out' words. The program -- which is also offered at other OPS schools -- has been extremely successful. We salute Principal Sandy Bredfeldt, Summer School Principal Leah Weeks, and Teacher Terri Fuxa for their efforts! Consent Agenda Items: The Board of Education approved the following: Recommended Administrative Appointments The Board of Education voted to approve the following appointments: Darlene Dunklau, current OPS Student Personnel Assistant, will be the new Assistant Principal of Nathan Hale Middle School; Chris Humphries, current OPS Assistant Principal at Morton Middle School, will be the new Assistant Program Director of Blackburn; Kevin Johnson, current OPS Student Personnel Assistant, will be the new Secondary Education Human Resources Administrator; Paul Kosch, current OPS Student Personnel Assistant, will be the new Assistant Principal of Bancroft Elementary; Erin Perry, current OPS Special Education Supervisor, will be the new Special Education Human Resources Administrator; Kelly Ramm, current Customer Service Specialist for BelPastry Inc. will be the new Transportation/Nutrition Services Human Resources Administrator; Kara Saldierna, current OPS Special Education Coordinator, will be the new Director of Special Education; Scott SchmidtBonne, current OPS Evaluation Specialist for Research, will be the new Director of Research. Discussion and/or Action: Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Technical Education Grant Permission was given to apply for the annual Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Technical Education Grant. The purpose of the grant is to fund various activities/projects within Omaha Public School’s career education programs such as school achievement and academic integration, professional development, post-secondary/industry career connections, college and career awareness, and new and innovative technology. All seven high schools, twelve middle schools, Career Center and alternative education programs receive funding from the grant to support career education programs. The proposal includes provisions for the district to receive an allotment of basic grant funds for the purpose of improving and expanding career education programs. The office of Career Education will work closely with the Department of Curriculum Instruction and Assessment to implement the grant. $818,053.00 (2014-2015 amount) Superintendent’s Contract The Omaha Public Schools Board of Education approved the Superintendent’s Contract. The contract is posted on ops.org. Venues for Graduation – 2015 Dr. Bartee provided a brief history on graduation venues. Ad Hoc Student Assignment Committee Update Mrs. Underwood provided an update on the Ad Hoc Student Assignment Committee and a future BOE Workshop to be held on July 15 at 5:30. Conclusion: The Board of Education went into closed session at: 9:49 P.M. Meeting concluded at: 10:38 P.M. The next regular meeting is scheduled for Monday, July 21st, 2014 at 6:30 P.M. A special meeting of the Board will be held on July 9th at 6:30 P.M. Bond Update - March 8, 2015 03-08-2015 Current Major Activities Update Construction Manager at Risk, Request for Qualifications public advertisement has been issued. Group 1 Projects* - Educational Specification Committee meeting will start in March 2015. Group 2 Projects** - Recommendation for Award of Design Services will be presented to the Board of Education at the March 16, 2015 Board Meeting. Economic Inclusion – Update Architects/Engineers agreement with Baird Holm to incorporate contractual language that identifies the Architects/Engineers obligations to support OPS’ Economic Inclusion Program *Group 1 Projects: Capital Improvements – Northwest High School, Crestridge and Indian Hill Elementary Schools ‘Open Plan’ Schools – Franklin and Sunny Slope Elementary Schools Replacement Schools – Belle Ryan and Western Hills Elementary Schools **Group 2 Projects: Capital Improvements – Florence Elementary School ‘Open Plan’ Schools – Lothrop and Joslyn Elementary Schools Comments are closed.