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FY2008-07 Agreement Between Kodiak Island Borough, City of Kodiak, KIBSD, and Salvation Army to establish a School Crossing Guard Program C-1-00 e - 01- MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT SCHOOL CROSSING GUARD PROGRAM 2007 - 2008 SCHOOL YEAR The purpose of this Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) is to identity the general responsibilities of each of the cooperating agencies in order to implement a school crossing guard program for the 2007 - 2008 school year. Kodiak Island Borough School District will: . Identity the locations school crossing guards are needed. These locations have been identified as: o Intersection of Birch Street and Mill Bay Road; o Intersection of East Rezanof Drive and Benny Benson Drive; o Intersection of East Rezanof Drive and Powell Avenue; o Powell Avenue at Main School; and o Intersection of Yon Scheele Way and Mill Bay Road. . Specity, to the Salvation Army, the hours and days school crossing guards are needed at each identified location; and . Permit storage of crossing guard equipment in schools. Kodiak Island Borough will: . Contribute up to $12,000 for the operation ofthe school crossing guard program; and . Work to encourage the State of Alaska to install flashing school zone lights on Rezanof Drive near its intersection with Benny Benson. City of Kodiak will: . Contribute up to $12,000 for the operation of the school crossing guard program; . Contract with the Salvation Army (via this agreement) to manage the 2007 - 2008 school crossing guard program at a cost of $6,000; . Pay contributions to designated non-profit organizations; . Ensure adequate insurance coverage exists for the cooperating agencies and volunteers; . Make available appropriate safety equipment; and . Provide training for volunteer crossing guards through the Kodiak Police Department, as requested by the Salvation Army. Salvation Army will: . Manage the 2007 - 2008 school crossing guard program, under contract (via this agreement) with the City of Kodiak, including: o Ensuring that volunteer crossing guards receive adequate training; o Ensuring that volunteer crossing guards have access to appropriate safety equipment; o Ensuring that volunteers understand the locations and times they are to serve as crossing guards; and o Ensuring that volunteers are at each school crossing guard location during the days students are in school. . Receive funding for managing the 2007 - 2008 school crossing guard program ($2,000 per period - August thru November; December thru February; March thru June); and . Document which non-profit organizations will receive contributions ($10.00 per location per time period), by pr.ovi?ing volunteer school crossing guards. The maximu~ ~n is $100 per day for all l,...""tu,-.<.:..I'J.-.,rc./'J ________ ,/ /" )/""" /1 'V't~'~/H . ",AND (. ./ ) II /7/ . \ ..- So '-,~ ~ LY- Island Borough School I tion Army IU. .~?~c Kodi Island oro h