CAPISTRANO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
33122 Valle Road
San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675
BOARD OF TRUSTEES

Regular Meeting June 12, 2019

CLOSED SESSION 4:00 pm

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OPEN SESSION 7:00 pm

Board Agenda

Board Audio

1. CALL TO ORDER

2. CLOSED SESSION COMMENTS

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PUBLIC SPEAKERS CLOSED SESSION Item #C-2 speaking on behalf of 8th Grade Shorecliff student Henry Derocha Pierra who was being expelled for defending himself from another child that bullied hm for months. 

Board Audio 1:15 James Benton  

The student being expelled has been continually bullied and Student acted in self defense.

Board Audio 4:35 Whitney Harrington

The student being expelled has been continually bullied and CUSD swept this under the rug.

Board Audio 9:27 Mr. Beekman Henry Derocha Pierra Shore Cliffs 8th Grade Student

Board Audio 9:27 Superintendent Vital allows 1 speaker from the family to speak for 3 minutes on the record. 

Board Audio 9:40 Father of Henry Derocha Pierra School did not deal with the bullying properly, all they did was expell the victum. CUSD only looks at physical abuse- they ignor the psychological abuse. 

Board Audio 13:53 Trustee Martha McNicholas

We cannot mediate what we did not know.

Board Audio 13:53 Father of Henry Derocha Pierra

As of May 9, 2019 I notified CUSD that my son has been bullied for three months. A lot of parents - students and parents sent messages that my sone was being bullied.

Board Audio 15:19 Superintendent Kristen Vital

Clarifying that prior to May 9, 2019 your son never reported the bullying. THAT WAS A NO CORRECT?

Board Audio 15:31 Trustee Gila Jones

So you are a psychologist and you have seen people that have suffered abuse. When you have clients that are abused is it your recommendation that they go and beat someone up?

Board Audio 15:45  Father of Henry Derocha Pierra

No, I recommend that they defend themselves.

Board Audio 15:50 Trustee Gila Jones

You recommend that they physically defend themselves

Board Audio 15:53 Superintedent Kristen Vital

Any other questions from the Board? If not, I recommend that we go back into closed session.

TRUSTEES GO INTO CLOSED SESSION 

3. CLOSED SESSION (as authorized by law)

THE REGULAR BOARD MEETING STARTS AT 7:03 pm

Board Audio 16:29 Trustee Gila Jones opens the regular meeting with the following statement:

"The purpose of a school, or school district is to teach. In addition to typical academic instruction of typical academic subjects, we want to teach young people sppropriate behavior and respect for other points of view. We appreciate your support tonight in modeling a more respectful and more discourse for our students and our community".

ROLL CALL - ALL MEMBERS WERE PRESENT

PLEDGE OF ALLIGENCE

Board Audio 17:21 Lead by Jessica Bouchae

ADOPTION OF THE AGENDA

Board Audio 17:48 Staff is pulling Agenda Item #43 DECLARATION OF NEED FOR FULLY QUALIFIED EDUCATORS: page 1165

Approval of the Declaration of Need for Fully Qualified Educators. Education Code § 80026 requires that a Declaration of Need for Fully Qualified Educators be on file with the appropriate County Office of Education before the beginning of a new school year and shall remain in force until the end of that academic year. A Declaration of Need is necessary if there is an insufficient number of qualified applicants. Submission of this declaration does not commit the District to issuing short term staff permits or emergency credentials, but rather is submitted as a matter of routine in the event it becomes necessary to employ such individuals. A Declaration of Need for Fully Qualified Educators must be filed prior to the beginning of the school year, even though there is no way to determine if there will be a need to employ teachers. However, if the Board of Trustees has not approved the appropriate declaration for the upcoming year, the District is precluded from hiring such individuals should the need arise. There is no financial impact to the general fund in the Board’s acceptance of this declaration.

Contact: Tim Brooks, Associate Superintendent, Human Resource Services

This Item will be brought back at a Special Board meeting June 26, 2019

Board Audio 18:00

MOTION TO ADOPT THE AGENDA Excluding Items #43 and #47

Motion by Trustee Martha McNicholas. Second by Trustee Jim Reardon.

47. PRESENTATION ON THE SAN CLEMENTE HIGH SCHOOL ARCHITECTURAL APPROACH FOR MASTER PLAN AND RENDERINGS: THIS ITEM PULLED FROM AGENDA. page 1223

 MOTION TO ADOPT THE AGENDA CARRIES 7-0

Board Audio 18:22 REPORT OUT FROM CLOSED SESSION

A. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – ANTICIPATED LITIGATION

Susan Holiday
Significant Exposure to Litigation – One Case

(Pursuant to Government Code § 54956.9(d)(2))

Board Audio 18:28 Item A-1 No reportable action

EXHIBIT A-1

 

Kristen Vital/Clark Hampton
Attorney – Stan Barankiewicz 
Initiation of Litigation - One Case

(Pursuant to Government Code § 54956.9(c)

Board Audio 18:38 Item A-2 No Reportable Action

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New Litigation?

CUSDWatch Comment

Stan Barankiewicz is Special Council for CUSD on the Toll Road Matters. Stan M. Barankiewicz is the attorney that did the January 31, 2019 presentation on the Toll Roads

Board Audio 44:36 Dawn Urbanek Request CUSD Take Action to Quiet Title for violations of the Subdivision Map Act

Board Audio 57:12  Agenda Item #31 PRESENTATION ON SCHOOL IMPACTS FROM STATE ROUTE 241 TOLL ROAD EXTENSION ALTERNATIVES 

CUSDWatch Comment

Stan M. Barankiewicz II

Real Estate / Eminent Domain
Environmental

Stan M. Barankiewicz II represents government agencies, developers, business owners, and manufacturers in all areas of California and federal environmental law; including the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA); National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA); Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERLCA – commonly known as Superfund); Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA); Carpenter-Presley-Tanner Hazardous Waste Substances Account Act (HWSAA); Porter-Cologne Water Quality Control Act; Clean Water Act (CWA); Clean Air Act (CAA); Prop. 65; and Underground Storage Tank (UST) statutes and regulations. Stan advises clients on the legal aspects of CEQA/NEPA compliance; environmental investigation and remediation; handling, shipping, and disposal of hazardous materials and wastes; and regulatory agency site closure. He also represents both public and private entities in the areas of land use and entitlement, construction, oil and gas, eminent domain, inverse condemnation, real property transactions, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) compliance, and business formation.

Stan draws much of his technical expertise from his experience as an environmental professional working for both public and private entities prior becoming an attorney in 1999. His last environmental professional position was an Environmental Manager for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro). There, he managed all aspects of environmental compliance for the multi-billion dollar rail and bus construction program; designed environmental investigations and remediations; generated contract specifications; presented board reports for environmental contracts; ensured proper permitting and disposal of hazardous wastes; negotiated with regulatory agencies; developed MTA’s environmental policies; prepared environmental investigation reports, waste handling plans, and construction contract documents; evaluated toxicology of construction materials and wastes; approved water/soil/air treatment designs, permits, investigation plans and remediation plans; performed in-field compliance audits of environmental contractors’ work; and disposed of hazardous wastes. Stan has performed environmental services from as far north as Alaska to as far south as Antarctica. He was a State of California Registered Environmental Assessor I, REA I-06570 and has been extensively trained in hazardous materials safety.

In addition to his full environmental services, Stan has litigated architect and engineer liability and construction claims and recovery of tax increment revenues from redevelopment agencies for his educational clients. He also has assisted them with resolving issues concerning justification and collection of developer fees and resisting developer fee refunds, responding to charter school facility requests, surplusing school properties, leasing of education properties, and conducting State Allocation Board appeals. Stan has negotiated numerous solar photovoltaic contracts and power purchase agreements for school districts. He also has litigated aviation matters concerning aircraft noise and airspace obstructions.

When not championing his clients’ causes, Stan enjoys being a Certified Flight Instructor (CFI) teaching people how to fly helicopters and providing photographers and sightseers with unparalleled views of the Los Angeles area.

EXHIBIT A-2

CUSDWatch Comment

Is CUSD initiating new Toll Road litigation? 

Here is CUSD's last Toll Road up-date to the Public.

Toll Road Facts

CUSD Toll Road Facts

2/14/19: An Update on Litigation re: the Oso Bridge: We are scheduled for oral arguments on our appeal on March 18, 2019, at 1:30 p.m. in Santa Ana. 

5/31/19: An Update on Litigation Regarding the Oso Parkway Bridge:

The Court of Appeal denied CUSD’s legal challenge of the County of Orange’s approval of the Oso Parkway Bridge Project.  This project is a collaboration between the County of Orange and CalTrans, funded by TCA, the agency which operates the 241 toll road. The District is understandably disappointed and disagrees with the result.

In December 2017, the District initiated litigation to compel the County, TCA, and CalTrans to follow environmental law and provide air quality, traffic, and noise mitigation for Tesoro High School and Esencia Elementary School arising from the increased traffic and the potential that tolls would be applied to Los Patrones Parkway.  In discussions before our lawsuit, the County declined to consider any of CUSD’s proposed mitigation measures to the Oso Parkway Bridge project (e.g. sound/air quality walls, air filters, sound attenuating windows, connector road/signal).

The next step would be for CUSD to bring a costly petition to the California Supreme Court for review; however, the CUSD Board of Trustees determined that further legal expenditures is not in the best interest of students.  We will continue to monitor these projects and the continuing efforts of the County of Orange, TCA, and CalTrans.

The full Case History can be found at Riverside Superior Court Public Access Case number RIC1800232

Case RIC1800232 - Pending Hearings 

Date
Action Text
Disposition
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06/17/2019 8:30 AM DEPT. 04  HEARING RESERVED FOR DEMURRER ON MOTION FOR DEMURRER - RES89597.      
06/17/2019 8:30 AM DEPT. 04  HEARING RE: DEMURRER TO 2ND AMENDED WRIT OF MANDAMUS-CEQA OF CITY OF SAN CLEMENTE BY FOOTHILL/EASTERN TRANSPORTATIONCORRIDOR, BOARD OF DIRECTORSOF THE FOOTHILL/EASTERN       
06/17/2019 8:30 AM DEPT. 04  CASE MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE HEARING - COMPLEX CASE.      
07/29/2019 8:30 AM DEPT. 04  HEARING RESERVED FOR MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT.  Calendared (Reservation Hearings)    
07/29/2019 8:30 AM DEPT. 04  HEARING RE: MOTION FOR SUMMARY ADJUDICATION ON 2ND AMENDED WRIT OF MANDAMUS-CEQA OF CITY OF SAN CLEMENTE BY CITY OF SAN CLEMENTE, THE RESERVE MAINTENANCE CORPORATION  Continued Not Heard    
08/08/2019 8:30 AM DEPT. 04  HEARING RESERVED FOR DEMURRER ON MOTION FOR DEMURRER - RES78965.      
08/08/2019 8:30 AM DEPT. 04  HEARING RE: MOTION FOR SUMMARY ADJUDICATION ON 2ND AMENDED WRIT OF MANDAMUS-CEQA OF CITY OF SAN CLEMENTE BY CITY OF SAN CLEMENTE, THE RESERVE MAINTENANCE CORPORATION      
08/26/2019 8:30 AM DEPT. 04  HEARING RESERVED FOR DEMURRER ON MOTION FOR DEMURRER - RES91619.      
08/26/2019 8:30 AM DEPT. 04  HEARING RE: DEMURRER TO 2ND AMENDED WRIT OF MANDAMUS-CEQA OF CITY OF SAN CLEMENTE BY FEHR & PEERS       

 

Case RIC1800232 - CITY OF SAN CLEMENTE VS FOOTHILL/EASTERN 

Complaint Number 00001 is the City of San Clemente Law Suit

I noticed there are some new parties to the litigation.

Malcolm Dougherty

FEHR & PEERS ASSOCIATES INC Erroneously Sued/Disposed 06/07/2019 Looks like they were sued under the wrong name?

LSA ASSOCIATES INC (First Appearance 05-01-2019) 

CALIFORNIA NATURAL RESOURCES AGENCY 

CALIFORNIA STATE PARK AND RECREATION 

NATIVE AMERICAN HERITAGE COMMISSION 

Complaint Number: 0001 — WMC 2nd Amended Writ of Mandamus-CEQA of CITY OF SAN CLEMENTE 02/22/2019
Original Filing Date: 07/28/2017
Complaint Status: ACTIVE
1 to 10 of 16 total records Next >
Party Number Party Type Party Name Attorney Party Status
Petitioner  CITY OF SAN CLEMENTE  BEST, BEST & KRIEGER LLP  Exempt Agency 
Respondent  FOOTHILL/EASTERN TRANSPORTATION CORRIDOR  NOSSAMAN LLP  Answer 04/08/2019 
Respondent  BOARD OF DIRECTORSOF THE FOOTHILL/EASTERN  NOSSAMAN LLP  Answer 04/08/2019 
Respondent  COUNTY OF ORANGE  COUNTY COUNSEL ORANGE COUNTY  Dismissed 06/08/2018 
Respondent  BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF  COUNTY COUNSEL ORANGE COUNTY  Dismissed 06/08/2018 
Respondent  STATE OF CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENTOF  DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION LEGAL DIVISION  Answer 04/10/2019 
  STATE OF CALIFORNIA DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION   
Respondent  MALCOLM DOUGHERTY,ACTING IN HIS OFFICIAL  STATE OF CALIFORNIA DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION  Serve Required (WaitS) 
19  Respondent  SIERRA CLUB  SHUTE, MIHALY & WEINBERGER  Answer 04/08/2019 
27  Respondent  SAVE SAN ONOFRE COALITION  SHUTE, MIHALY & WEINBERGER  Answer 04/08/2019 
Party Number Party Type Party Name Attorney Party Status
29  Respondent  FEHR & PEERS ASSOCIATES INC  Unrepresented  Erroneously Sued/Disposed 06/07/2019 
30  Defendant  LSA ASSOCIATES INC  DRINKER BIDDLE & REATH LLP  Answer 05/10/2019 
31  Respondent  CALIFORNIA NATURALRESOURCES AGENCY  DEPUTY ATTORNEYS GENERAL  Answer 04/08/2019 
32  Respondent  CALIFORNIA STATE PARK AND RECREATION  DEPUTY ATTORNEYS GENERAL  Answer 04/08/2019 
33  Respondent  NATIVE AMERICAN HERITAGE COMMISSION  DEPUTY ATTORNEYS GENERAL  Answer 04/08/2019 
34  Respondent  FEHR & PEERS  SEVERSON & WERSON  Demurr 06/07/2019 

 

Complaint Number 0002 is the Reserve Maintenance Law Suit

Complaint Number: 0002 — CON 1st Amended Consolidated Complaint of THE RESERVE MAINTENANCE CORPORATION 03/29/2018
Original Filing Date: 07/28/2017
Complaint Status: ACTIVE
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Party Number Party Type Party Name Attorney Party Status
Petitioner  THE RESERVE MAINTENANCE CORPORATION  SHEPPARD, MULLIN, RICHTER & HAMPTON  Fees Paid (Case Transfer) 
Consolidated Case Number:  30-2017-00934717-CU-WM-CXC  Unrepresented   
Respondent  FOOTHILL/EASTERN TRANSPORTATION CORRIDOR  NOSSAMAN LLP  Dismissed 07/19/2018 
Respondent  BOARD OF DIRECTORSOF THE FOOTHILL/EASTERN  NOSSAMAN LLP  Demurr 06/18/2018 
Respondent  STATE OF CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENTOF  STATE OF CALIFORNIA DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION  Answer 04/08/2019 
  DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION LEGAL DIVISION   
10  Real Party in Interest  NATIONAL AUDUBON SOCIETY  Unrepresented  Dismissed 10/16/2017 
11  Real Party in Interest  CALIFORNIA COASTALPROTECTION NETWORK  Unrepresented  Dismissed 10/05/2017 
12  Real Party in Interest  CALIFORNIA STATE PARKS FOUNDATION  Unrepresented  Dismissed 10/05/2017 
13  Real Party in Interest  DEFENDERS OF WILDLIFE  Unrepresented  Dismissed 10/16/2017 
Party Number Party Type Party Name Attorney Party Status
14  Real Party in Interest  ENDANGERED HABITATS LEAGUE  Unrepresented  Dismissed 10/05/2017 
15  Real Party in Interest  LAGUNA GREENBELT INC  Unrepresented  Dismissed 10/05/2017 
16  Real Party in Interest  NATURAL RESOURCES DEFENSE COUNCIL INC  Unrepresented  Dismissed 10/16/2017 
17  Real Party in Interest  ORANGE COUNTY COASTKEEPER  Unrepresented  Dismissed 10/05/2017 
18  Real Party in Interest  SEA AND SAGE AUDUBON SOCIETY  Unrepresented  Dismissed 10/05/2017 
19  Real Party in Interest  SIERRA CLUB  SHUTE, MIHALY & WEINBERGER  Answer 04/08/2019 
20  Real Party in Interest  SURFRIDER FOUNDATION  Unrepresented  Dismissed 10/16/2017 
21  Real Party in Interest  WILDCOAST-COSTASALVAJE  Unrepresented  Dismissed 10/05/2017 
22  Real Party in Interest  PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA EX REL.  Unrepresented  N/A 
23  Respondent  NATIVE AMERICAN HERITAGE COMMISSION  DEPUTY ATTORNEYS GENERAL  Answer 04/08/2019

 

Complaint 0003 is the Capistrano Unified School District

Complaint Number: 0003 — CIO 1st Amended Complaint Intervention (One Party) of CAPSITRANO UNIFIEDSCHOOL DISTRICT 05/17/2018
Original Filing Date: 03/27/2018
Complaint Status: ACTIVE
 
Party Number Party Type Party Name Attorney Party Status
28  Intervenor  CAPSITRANO UNIFIEDSCHOOL DISTRICT  ORBACH HUFF SUAREZ& HENDERSON   
Defendant in Intervention  COUNTY OF ORANGE  Unrepresented  Serve Required (WaitS) 
Defendant in Intervention  BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF  COUNTY COUNSEL ORANGE COUNTY  Serve Required (WaitS) 

 

HERE IS THE LATEST ON THE TOLL ROAD LAW SUITS

Link to Entire Case

 

Gregory Merwin/Kathy Purcell
Attorney – Ernst Bell
Initiation of Litigation - Four Case

  • ADR Case Number 20190425
  • ADR Case Number 20190425
  • ADR Case Number 20190425
  • ADR Case Number 20190425

(Pursuant to Government Code § 54956.9(d)(2)

Board Audio 18:43 Trustees voted to approve Staff recommendation on all four cases

CUSDWatch Comment

Ernest Bell is with Atkinson, Andelson, Loya & Romo

Ernest Bell specializes in Special Education and Student Issues.

 

 

EXHIBIT A-3 EXHIBIT A-4 EXHIBIT A-5 EXHIBIT A-6

Kirsten M. Vital/Clark Hampton
Attorney – John Dacey
Significant Exposure to Litigation – One Case

(Pursuant to Government Code § 54956.9(d)(2) and (e)(1))

Board Audio 19:09 Ratifiation of Settlement Agreement with Rec Solar Commercial Corporation
Purchase Order Agreement #L68A0458
Vendor #V68157069 
Bid Requisition Number #L6805535
Negotiated by Clark Hampton under authority previously deligated to him
Trustees approved the Settlement by unanimous vote.

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CUSDWatch Comment

PUBLIC RECORDS REQUEST FILED MONDAY JUNE 17, 2019 FOR SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT

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See: CUSDWatch: October 10, 2018 CUSD BOT Meeting Agenda Item #5  CHANGE ORDER NO. 1, RESOLUTION NO. 1718-28, ENTER INTO ENERGY SERVICE CONTRACT – REC SOLAR PROJECT

 

CUSDWatch Comment

John P. Dacey is a Co-Managing Senior Shareholder of Bergman Dacey Goldsmith PLC., a civil litigation firm providing legal services worldwide with offices in Los Angeles and Orange Counties.

Mr. Dacey predominantly represents public entities in the areas of complex litigation and procurements (including construction and contract disputes, real estate, public works of improvements, preventative risk counseling, and many other areas of the law).

Mr. Dacey has successfully resolved and litigated over 500 public works disputes. His contracts, policies, and procedures, have been used to successfully build over 256 public works projects in California.

John holds the unique distinction as being the only lawyer in the United States to serve as primary outside legal counsel to Los Angeles Unified School District’s unprecedented $22 billion dollar construction program (in 1999 – 2008) and since July 2013 as Lead Construction Counsel for Los Angeles Community College District’s $9.5 billion dollar construction bond program.

For his “high standards of leadership, outstanding accomplishments, and dedicated service to education”, John has also received the following honors:

Certificate of Recognition from the United States Congress;
Certificate of Appreciation from the California State Legislature;
Certificate of Commendation from the County of Los Angeles;
Certificate of Commendation from the City of Alhambra;
Certificate of Appreciation from the City of Monterey Park;
Certificate of Recognition from the City of Rosemead; and
Certificate of Appreciation from the Alhambra Unified School District.

John is admitted to practice law in all the state and federal courts in California, as well as the United States Supreme Court, and has been litigating complex jury and bench trials, as well as appeals, in state and federal courts for over 28 years.

John has been named a BEST LAWYER for 2017 and 2018, For the past 10 consecutive years, John has been recognized as a California Super Lawyer in the area of California Construction Law

 

EXHIBIT A-7

 

B. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – EXISTING LITIGATION

Gregory Merwin/Kathy Purcell
Attorney – Dan Harbottle
Significant Exposure to Litigation – One Case
Federal Case Number 8:18-cv-01896-JVS-DFM

(Pursuant to Government Code § 54956.9(d)(1))

Board Audio 20:10 Trustees voted 7-0 to approve Staff recommendation

CUSDWatch Comment

S. Daniel Harbottle, JD, PhD

Mr. Harbottle practices in both State and Federal court, as well as in the administrative law settings unique to the practice of Education Law, and he has succeeded on several occasions in ushering in new law in his area. Dan also provides ongoing legal consultation to numerous school districts, and conducts frequent seminars and workshops regarding Education Law. Prior to founding HLG, Dan was the Chairman of the Education Law Practice Group at Rutan & Tucker, LLP, Orange County’s oldest and largest law firm. Mr. Harbottle practiced law with Rutan & Tucker for 18 years, and was an equity partner for his last 11 years there. During his tenure at Rutan, Dan was a primary member of a litigation team successfully defending a large public agency against a lawsuit filed on behalf of over 400 individual plaintiffs.  After graduating with his BA and MA Phi Beta Kappa from Purdue University, Dan received his JD Summa Cum Laude from Indiana University, where he also served as an Editor of the Indiana Law Review. Dan also holds a PhD in Educational Foundations which he received from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor in 1995. His dissertation involved application of U.S. Constitutional Law in the context of public education. At Purdue University, Mr. Harbottle taught Biology and American History, and at the University of Michigan, he taught Educational Foundations and Law. Mr. Harbottle has also served as an adjunct Professor of Law at Chapman University School of Law. Mr. Harbottle was previously elected to serve a two-year term on the California Office of Administrative Hearings Advisory Committee, which advises the Office of Administrative Hearings on special education due process and mediation procedures. Mr. Harbottle’s service with the Advisory Committee provided the firm with an enhanced opportunity to serve the special education legal community.

 EXHIBIT B-1

 

C. STUDENT EXPULSIONS 

Mike Beekman
Nine Cases

 

Case # 2019-053 
Case # 2019-062
Case # 2019-065
Case # 2019-066
Case # 2019-067
Case # 2019-068
Case # 2019-070
Case # 2019-071
Case # 2019-074

Board Audio 20:35 Trustees voted 7-0 to approve Staff recommendation on the following cases:

Case # 2019-053 
Case # 2019-062
Case # 2019-065
Case # 2019-066
Case # 2019-067
Case # 2019-070
Case # 2019-071
Case # 2019-074

Board Audio 21:12 Trustees voted 7-0 to suspend an expulsion to San Clemente High School

Case # 2019-068 

EXHIBIT C-1
EXHIBIT C-2
EXHIBIT C-3
EXHIBIT C-4
EXHIBIT C-5
EXHIBIT C-6
EXHIBIT C-7
EXHIBIT C-8
EXHIBIT C-9

 

D. CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATORS

District Negotiators: Kirsten M. Vital/Tim Brooks/Clark Hampton
Employee Organizations:
1) Capistrano Unified Education Association (CUEA)
2) California School Employees Association (CSEA)
3) Teamsters
4) Capistrano Unified Management Association (CUMA)

(Pursuant to Government Code § 54957.6)

Board Audio 21:20 No Reportable Action

 EXHIBIT D-1

EXHIBIT D-2

E. LIABILITY CLAIM

Clark Hampton
Significant Exposure to Litigation – One Case
Rejection of Government Claim Nos. 1805765/1805766/1805767

(Pursuant to Government Code § 54956.9 (d) (2) or (3))

Board Audio 21:20 Trustees Voted 7-0 to reject Government Claim Nos.1805765/1805766/1805767

 EXHIBIT E-1

F. PUBLIC EMPLOYEE EMPLOYMENT/APPOINTMENT

Tim Brooks
Principal, High School

(Pursuant to Government Code § 54957)

Board Audio 21:57 Trustees Voted 7-0 to approve the appointment of Dr Brad Baker Principal Dana Hills High School

 

 EXHIBIT F-1

Press Release

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G. PUBLIC EMPLOYEE DISCIPLINE/DISMISSAL/RELEASE

Tim Brooks
One Case
(Pursuant to Government Code § 54957)

Board Audio 22:13 Trustees Voted 7-0 to Approve Staff Recommendation

 EXHIBIT G-1

H. PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT AND EVALUATION OF PERFORMANCE

Superintendent

(Pursuant to Government Code § 54957(b))

Board Audio 22:24 No Reportable Action

CUSDWatch Comment

CUSD Trustees LOVE Kristen Vital- they are voting to extend her contract at this board meeting.

Is H-2 Clark Hampton? They did not report out onn H-2?????

 

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