Quorum Roll Call
Adoption of Agenda
Affirmation of Monthly Contracts: May 2020
Minutes of Previous Board Meeting: May 18, 2020
Contract Award: Aberdeen High School - Storm Pond Repairs
Contract Award: Bus Camera and Hard Drive Systems
Contract Award: Carnegie Learning Math Solutions Textbooks
Contract Award: English Resources for Elementary Reading
Contract Award: Hand Hygiene Products
Contract Award: Havre de Grace Middle/High & Other HCPS Facilities - Camera Installations
Contract Award: Havre de Grace Middle/High School - Computers
Contract Award: Havre de Grace Middle/High School - Music Equipment
Contract Award: Joppatowne High School Limited Renovation - Construction Management Services
Contract Award: Joppatowne High School Limited Renovation - (Six Contracts)
Contract Award: Pearson enVisionMath2.0 Textbooks
Ratification of Negotiated Agreements:
Request to Waive, In Part, Provisions of Policy 22-0008-000 - Public Participation at Board Open Meetings or Public Hearings
School/Organization Sponsored Project: Havre de Grace Activity Center Recreation Committee Electronic Sign
School/Organization Sponsored Project: Fallston High School - Kevin Davis Memorial Tree
Decision on Administrative and Supervisory Appointments, Ms. Jean Mantegna, Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources
Decision on Board of Education's Proposed FY2021 Operating Budget, Superintendent Sean Bulson, Ms. Deborah Judd, Assistant Superintendent, Business Services, Mr. Eric Clark, Director of Budget, Business Services
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Board of Education Administrative Assistant
Dear Harford County Public Schools Community,
I’ve been watching the events unfolding across our country in response to the murder of George Floyd, and I am struck by how important it is for our school system to advance our commitment to eliminating racism and discrimination in our school system.
Unfortunately, schools and educational systems struggle with deep disparities in outcomes related to student discipline and achievement that remain entirely too predictable by race, ethnicity, and zip codes. In HCPS, we recognize those disparities and we are committed to working tirelessly to address them. The protests occurring across our country are not just the product of one tragic incident, but of many. In HCPS, we must do a better job of confronting the history and experiences of our Black students. We must be the catalyst for healing that will allow us to prevent future violence rather than just condemn it.
The Harford County Board of Education and the school system administrators are absolutely committed to eliminating racism and discrimination in our schools and community. This week, we are initiating a campaign under the hashtag #leadwithlove, to feature messages about our campaign to eliminate racism and discrimination.
We know there is more to be done. Our work does not end with a social media campaign, but we think it is important for our students, staff, and families to hear us say, right now, in this moment, that we stand with you and will continue to stand with you.
Standing with you,
Sean Bulson, Ed.D
Harford County Public Schools
6/3/2020 4:38:45 PM