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October 11, 2017 CUSD Board of Trustees Meeting

Consent Calendar 

CONSENT CALENDAR

All matters listed under the Consent Calendar are considered by the Board to be routine and will be enacted by the Board in one motion in the form listed below. There will be no discussion of these items prior to the time the Board votes on the motion unless members of the Board, staff, or the public request specific items to be discussed and/or removed from the Consent Calendar. The Superintendent and the staff recommend approval of all Consent Calendar items.

PUBLIC COMMENT is now limited to 5 minutes per speaker total no matter how many Items an individual speaker wishes to comment on.

There were two Public Speakers:

Dawn Urbanek

#3 Donations of Funds and Equipment

#4 Purchase Orders, Commercial Warrants and Previously Approved Bids and Contracts

Due to the 5 minutes time limit, I was unable to address the following items on the Record: 

#5 Independent Contractor, Professional Services and Field Service and Master Contracts 

#6 Extension No 1 of the License Agreement with YMCA of Orange County at Crown Valley 

#8 Local Control Accountability Plan Parent Advisory Committee for 2017-18

#9 Agreement No. 44145 For QRIS of Early Education Programs with the OCDE. 

#11 Addendum to the Memorandum of Understanding with Mission Hospital Medical Center

#14 Subscription Services and hosting agreement - Performance Matters LLC

#15 Resignations/Retirements/Employment- Classified Employees

#16 Resignations/Retirements/Employment- Certificated Employees

Michele Ploessel-Campbell pulled Item #15

BUSINESS AND SUPPORT SERVICES

Agenda Item #3  DONATION OF FUNDS AND EQUIPMENT page 3

Total Donations $617,420.08

This Item was passed on the Consent Calendar without Discussion

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Board Audio at 4:41

BLUE CARD - Dawn Urbanek

BROWN ACT VIOLATION: CUSD made changes to Item #3 Donations of Funds and Equipment at the September 13, 2017 BOT meeting with a paper hand-out. To cure the Brown Act Violation, CUSD was suppose to bring a "REVISED" Item back to the Board for approval. 

CUSD has failed to adequately correct the Brown Act Violation.

CUSD did not take in $617,420.08 in Donations for October 11, 2017, CUSD took in $375,843.52 and REVISED the Agenda Item for September donations of $241,576.56

OCTOBER 11, 2017 Questionable Donations:

Fundraising for Instructional Assistants:

  • Concordia: $25,976
  • Bergeson: $27,000
  • Bergeson MIP: $67,500
  • Tiejeras CreeK: $307

Fundraising for Art:

  • Los Palmas $5,306
  • Oso Grande $7,860
  • Tiejares Creek $1,000
  • Wagon Wheel $1,000
  • Wood Canyon $1,000

Fundraising for Music:

  • Castille $18,000
  • Lobo $12,000
  • Las Palmas $5,500
  • Vista del Mar $18,000

Fundraising for Science:

  • Vista del Mar $42,600

Fundraising for PE:

  • Concordia $7,166

Fundraising for CORE educational programs creates wealth based inequities in the quality of education students receive which violate the civil rights of students. EVERY student is entitled to equality of educational opportunity. EVERY student should receive District funded art, music and science that aligns with minimum state content standard and curriculum frameworks and is taught by an appropriately credentialed teacher.

CUSD is in violation of AB 1575

The Flutes of the World scandal would not happen if school districts funded all core educational programs as required by Law

 

Agenda Item #4  PURCHASE ORDERS, COMMERCIAL WARRANTS AND PREVIOUSLY BOARD-APPROVED BIDS AND CONTRACTS: page 10

Purchase Orders: $70,172,339.23

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BLUE CARD - Dawn Urbanek

01 General Fund 50,088,532.24
12 Child Dev 15,692.03
13 Cafetera 565,244.76
14 Def Maint 837,984.79
23 GO Bond/ SFID Bond 81,410.00
25 Building 13,204,602.65
  • Beg Bal $80,585.17
  • Cap Fac - Dev Fees $550,245.54
  • Cap Fac RMVC DEV  $9,617,563.51
  • Cap Fac COTO $552,936.59

Total $10,801,330.81

? Missing $2,403,271

40 Facilities Acq 1,844,473.77
  • Beg Balance $ -17,651.00
  • Special Reserve   $5,000
  • CFD 94-1 $1,490,021.14
  • Special Reserve SJ- RDA $2,750.00 
  • Special Reserve SC- RDA Special $122,875.54
  • Reserve CFD 87-1 $20,000
  • Special Reserve CFD 88-1 $203,827.09

Total $1,826,822.77 

? Missing $17,651.00 

68 Workers Comp 11,677.00
69 Health Ins 13,971.50
70 Prop Liability 6,217.00
89 CFD 90-2 710,621.74
92 CFD 92-1 160,553.47
93 CFD 2004 -RSM Original Bond 418,936.58
95 CFD 98-1A Pacifica San Juan 570,138.00
97 CFD 2005- Whispering Hills 5,222.00
98 CFD 98-2 1,637,061.70
  70,172,339.23

PO's of Interest:

Partners in Systems Leadership Collaborative (Partners with Resigned Trustee Lynn Hatton-Hodson)

  • The Flippen Group $15,000.00
  • ACSA Foundation for Education
     $1,255.00 

Dues/Memberships: $16,255.0

Conferences: $49,348.59 

Consulting Services: $281,222.50

Legal Services: $453,579.03

CUSD is re-doing school boundaries: Project Dimensions $150,000.00

Hanover Research Study - GATE and 2-way Immersion Programs $47,000.00

CUSD Parent Mileage Reimbursement: $300,000

The Toll Roads $4,000 PO

40 New Agreements: $15,872,668.50

 

Agenda Item #5  INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR, PROFESSIONAL SERVICES, FIELD SERVICE AND MASTER CONTRACT AGREEMENTS: page 120

22 new agreements totaling $882,380.47

7 Amendments $0.00

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A Blue Card should have been pulled:

1. Board Policy 33000 requires Staff to bring contracts before the Board for approval within 60 days.

The following Contracts violate Board Policy 33000:

MCA 1718120 Seneca Family of Agencies Effective date 7-1-17 $75,000.00

FSA 1718132 SASCO Date: 8-28-17 $27,584.00 

2. CUSD was unable to get Measure M Passed ($889 million dollar school facilities Bond) in part because CUSD is unable to "Track the Color of Money". The funding sources for the following contracts are questionable. When CUSD uses General Fund monies for things like Facilities Maintenance and Professional Development, those are monies that could have funded District Art- Music- Science and PE programs which are now funded through donations and fundraising. CUSD has an obligation to first fund a basic education for every student and only after that, to fund other things out of the General Fund.

ICA 1718129 Leverage Learning Group Inc. $66,000.00. CUSD used General Fund when the Item should have been paid for using the Teacher Effectiveness Grant.

ICA 1718130 Mind Research Institute. $2,500.00. CUSD used General Fund when the Item should have been paid for using Teacher Effectiveness Grant.

FSA 1718132 SASCO Newheart Middle School $27,584.00 for the installation of security cameras. CUSD usedGeneral Fund when the Item should have been paid for using Deferred Maintenance Funds.

FSA 1718133 A.C.Landscape Dana Hills HS $26,915.53 for the installation of irrigation booster pump CUSD usedGeneral Fund when the Item should have been paid for using Deferred Maintenance Funds.

ICA 1718137 The Alarm and Sprinkler Company fire alarm inspection repairs and certifications $80,000.  CUSD usedGeneral Fund when the Item should have been paid for using Deferred Maintenance Funds.

FSA 1718140 KYA Services to fix and repair Shor Cliffs Middle School Room 203 and Storage $34,280.94. CUSD paid for this using General Fund and College and Career Advantage Funds. This Item should have been paid for usingDeferred Maintenance Funds.

ICA 1718136 MIND Music Keyboard Services Oak Grove ES and Marblehead ES Grades 2 & 3 $16,000.00. Staff used Gift Funds and Title I funds. Should Title I funds be used for this? 

ICA 1718127 CampCo Recreation Las Palmas Elementary School provide After School and PE programs $140,000.00. CUSD used General Fund. How does CUSD provide this type of service for one school and not every school? Other schools are having to use Gift Funds for PE.

General Fund money being used for the above totals: $437,880.47

3. PSA 1718126 Public Economics Inc $15,000.00 to Provide special services and advice in financial, economic, facilities or administrative matters. This is not listed as an AMENDMENT to a contract; however, the contract makes reference to a "REVISED SCOPE OF WORK" that is suppose to be referenced in an AMENDED SCOPE OF WORK to extend to all relevant tasks to FY 2017-18. There is no amendment attached to the agreement? 

4. MCA 1718022 Spectrum Center - Rosier Park School (Elementary) The Resolution on page 309 has an error- It says that the date is June 28, 2018 - it should be 2017.

 

 

AGENDA ITEM #6  EXTENSION NO. 1 OF THE LICENSE AGREEMENT WITH YMCA OF ORANGE COUNTY AT CROWN VALLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL:page 432

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A BLUE CARD SHOULD HAVE BEEN PULLED

This Contract Violates Board Policy 33000

This contract expired June 30, 2017 Board Policy 33000 requires that Staff bring all contracts to the Board for Review within 60 days. This contract is past the 60 day window.

A License Agreement was approved on June 22, 2016 for a one year term with the YMCA to utilize the YMCA owned portables located at Crown Valley Elementary School (CVES). The CVES property is currently occupied by the Orange County Academy of Science and Arts (OCASA) public charter school which is using the property for their educational program. Because the YMCA is no longer operating a YMCA program at the site, the YMCA agrees to allow the District to offer the use of the portables to the charter school at the rate OCASA is currently paying per their agreement, $6.62 per square foot.

License fee is calculated at $6.62 per square foot for 2880 sq. feet of usage. Usage Fee shall be $1,588.00 per month not to exceed $19,065.60 annually per proposal.

Research of Local Charters so far shows:

Scholarship Prep Santa Ana $1.25 per square foot

Scholarship Prep Oceanside $1.00 per square foot 

AGENDA ITEM #7  PROPOSAL FOR SERVICES FOR QSS/OASIS VERSION L MIGRATION SUPPORT-HARRIS SCHOOL SOLUTIONS: page 440

Expenditures $25,446.50 per quarter. $101,786 per year.

Funded by General Fund

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Combines School Financial Solutions

Student Information Systems

School Nutrition Solutions

 

 
CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION   

AGENDA ITEM #8 LOCAL CONTROL ACCOUNTABILITY PLAN PARENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR 2017-2018: page 442

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A BLUE CARD SHOULD HAVE BEEN PULLED 

There should be a PUBLIC RECORD making these Parents aware of a Citizen's Review of 2016-17 LCAP which showed:

CUSD only met 4 of its 23 Stated Goals

CUSD went $1.3 million over budget after reductions of $131,202.00

$1.1 million Employee Compensation/Professional Development

$49 thousand CAPO Forward - NEW! Not in original LCAP

$10 thousand GATE - NEW! Not in original LCAP

$131,202.00 Reductions:

Action 2 - Books and Supplies: $9,901 

Action 9 - Medi-Cal Certificated Employees $3,000

Action 11 - MTS Supplies $5,000 - Dibbles Printing $3,100

Action 13 - Tutoring for Forster Children $3,000

Action 15 - Professional Development $71,878

Action 16 - Compensation $27,154 - Naviance $69

Action 17 - Compensation $100 - Professional Development $8,000

The Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF), California’s school funding model, requires the development of a Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) that links spending to specific District goals for student achievement.

See: How CUSD did in meeting its goals on the 2017-18 LCAP

Districts are held accountable to the specific ways in which money is spent and how those decisions are improving student outcomes. A key aspect of the LCAP process is the engagement of and consultation with specific parent/guardian groups, including representation of students who are English learners, foster-youth and low socioeconomic status. One way this is facilitated is through the formation of a Parent Advisory Committee (PAC).

2017-18 Parent Advisory Committee

Ingrid Alfaro Kinoshita Elementary

Catherine Arreguin Bergeson Elementary  & Dana Hills High

Amanda Bloom Tijeras Creek Elementary & Tesoro High

Krista Castellanos Don Juan Avila Elementary & Don Juan Avila Middle & Aliso Niguel High

Steven Cook Canyon Vista Elementary

Kristen Curran-Sheehan Las Palmas Elementary

Chris Davis Castille Elementary

Angelica Galindo Farias Castille Elementary & Newhart Middle

Marycruz Garcia Wood Canyon Elementary

Olympia Gomez Carona Hidden Hills Elementary & Niguel Hills Middle

Lea Johnson Malcom Elementary

Sara Lacaro San Clemente High

Alicia Luedeman Lobo Elementary

Gretchen Malatesta Tesoro High

Brenda Nash Marco Forster Middle

Ellen Natsume Capistrano Valley High

Don Okula Aliso Niguel High

Michele Ploessel-Campbell George White Elementary

Stephanie Ramsey Ladera Ranch Middle & San Juan Hills High

Susana Sarmiento San Juan Elementary & Viejo Elementary & San Juan Hills High

Stacey Shapero Marco Forster Middle & Dana Hills High

Terry Stephan Aliso Viejo Middle & Aliso Niguel High

Anna Strasburg-Davis Las Palmas Elementary & Bernice Ayer Middle

Kimberly Suda Las Palmas Preschool

Andrea Vandom Clawson Oak Grove Elementary

Malissa Watson Dana Hills High

Tamera Whitesides Viejo Elementary

Everyone of these Parents should start by Reading: 

See: How CUSD did in meeting its goals on the 2017-18 LCAP

 

RED FLAG: STUDENT DATA COLLECTION

Infant/Toddler Pre- School Programs at:

Bathgate

Bergeson

Chaparral

George White

Malcom

AGENDA ITEM #9  AGREEMENT NO. 44145 FOR QUALITY RATING AND IMPROVEMENT SYSTEM OF EARLY EDUCATION PROGRAMS WITH THE ORANGE COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS AND EARLY QUALITY SYSTEMS, LLC: page 445 

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This is a Three Party Agreement:

Orange County Department of Education (OCDE), and

CUSD, and

Early Quality Systems LLC

Early Quality Systems
11956 Bernardo Plaza Drive, Ste 406
San Diego, CA 92128 web - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Software: Pinwheel First Tiers and Pinwheel 360 

Early Quality Systems (EQS)
 
EQSis aware that California has more children ages 0 to 5 than any other state and the highest number of children in the U.S. living in poverty, that the needs of these families have increased as funding for early learning programs has been cut dramatically, and we have read research that confirms the importance of quality early learning experiences to effectively prepare young children for school readiness. EQS believes that the investment in high quality early childhood education is the single best investment for public funds. Since the passing of SB 1629 (Steinberg 2008), California has been continuing to make progress towards improving the quality of early childhood education through the development of a tiered quality rating and improvement system (QRIS). The statewide efforts of the California Early Learning Quality Improvement System (CAEL QIS), the Race to the Top Early Learning Challenge Grant (RTT-ELC) and First 5 California's Child Signature Programs (CSP) are producing exceptional structures for rating, tracking and improving infant, toddler and preschool programs. The program requirements and quality rating matrix developed through these efforts is the foundation for the design of EQS's Pinwheel First Tiers and Pinwheel 360: web-based program management and data reporting solutions for state, regional, county or local administrators.
 
OCDE
 
First 5 IMPACT work is the California QRIS (CA-QRIS) Framework which stems from the Race to the Top-Early Learning Challenge (RTT-ELC) grant
 
Lead Agency Children and Families
Commission of Orange CountyJennifer Burrell 562-799-6098 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 
Five Year Study starting 2015
 
Phase I Funding: $1,936,553.00 
 
Phase II Funding: $3,172,398.00
 
 
 
 
                                        

Don Juan Avalia Elementary School

AGENDA ITEM #10    ADDENDUM AGREEMENT FOR ADDITIONAL SCHOOL PARTICIPATING IN INSIDE THE OUTDOORS SCHOOL PROGRAMS AGREEMENT NUMBER: #10004 page 458 

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Inside the Outdoors offers multiple 45 – 75 minute Traveling Scientist program assemblies on a variety of topics. These assemblies help inspire and promote student interest in science. 

August 23, 2017 Agenda Item #12 at page 450, CUSD approved 5 schools participating in the "Traveling Scientist" program.

Paid for with Gift Funds:

Ambuehl Elementary

Don Juan Avila Elementary

Hidden Hills Elementary

Tijeras Creek Elementary 

Paid for with a Grant:

San Clemente High School 

This Item is approving additional sessions for 90 students at Don Juan Avila on October 20, 2017

90 students @ $6.50 each = $585 + $70 travel expense

Total Cost $655

Paid for out of Gift Funds

 

 

 

STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES   

RED FLAG: STUDENT DATA COLLECTION 

Viejo ES

Las Palmas ES

San Juan ES

Kinoshita ES

Marblehead ES

Del Obispo ES

AGENDA ITEM #11  ADDENDUM TO THE MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING WITH MISSION HOSPITAL MEDICAL CENTER:: page 462

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A BLUE CARD SHOULD HAVE BEEN PULLED

On September 1, 2013 CUSD and Mission Hospital entered into an MOU to improve the quality of life for faculty, staff, students and student families through education and referrals in the areas of childhood obesity and asthma. 

Name: Health Promotion Services - Asthma and Obesity program.

Term: 5 year contract September 1, 2013 to September 1, 2018.

Under the original MOU Mission Hospital was to share personally identifiable health data to CUSD that is suppose to be protected by HIPPA.

This Item seeks to make the following changes to the MOU:

1) The name "Health Promotion Services" is being changed to "Community Benefit"

2) They services are being changed. Mission Hospital will no longer address the areas of childhood obesity and asthma the services will focus on substance abuse prevention and mental awareness.

3) Outside Consultants may conduct student and/or Parent Surveys with CUSD permission.

4) The agreement is being modified to ensure that all survey data collected either hard copy or electronically will be gathered and stored anonymously.

5) The Term of the Agreement is extended to June 30, 2020.

From a 2013 OC Register Article the following schools participated in the program: 

"In the eight schools with which the hospital is working, the number of students eligible for free meals ranged from 37 percent to 94 percent in 2012. To qualify, families of four had to earn $29,064 or less before taxes."

Viejo Elementary School

Las Palmas Elementary School

San Juan Elementary School

Kinoshita Elementary School

Marblehead Elementary School

Del Obispo Elementary School

Concordia Elementary School declined to participate due to "some barriers."

NEW SERVICES

SAN JUAN HILLS HS

 

AGENDA ITEM #12  ADDENDUM TO THE MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING WITH WELLNESS AND PREVENTION CENTER: page 477 

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The Wellness and Prevention Center provides Mental Health Services to children and families at San Clemente High School, Bernice Ayers Middle School, Shorecliffs Middle School and Vista Del Mar Middle School. This MOU will expand those services to include San Juan Hills High School.

There is no financial impact to CUSD

The Term of the original agreement was August 1, 2016 - June 30, 2018. The MOU will expire June 30, 2017.

 

 

 
HUMAN RESOURCE SERVICES   

AGENDA ITEM #13  AUTHORIZATION OF COACHES TO PROVIDE FIRST SEMESTER PHYSICAL EDUCATION CREDIT: page 484

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EDUCATION CODE 44258.7(b) A person who holds a teaching credential in a subject or subjects other than physical education may be authorized by action of the local governing board to coach one period per day in a competitive sport for which students receive physical education credit, provided that he or she is a full-time employee of the school district and has completed a minimum of 20 hours of first aid instruction appropriate for the specific sport.

This Item Authorizes Credentialed Teachers to teach semester sports at:

  • Aliso Niguel High School
  • Capistrano Valley High School
  • Dana Hills High School
  • San Clemente High School
  • San Juan Hills High School
  • Tesoro High School

Click here to see the names of the Coaches.

AGENDA ITEM #14  SUBSCRIPTION, SERVICES AND HOSTING AGREEMENT - PERFORMANCE MATTERS, LLC: page 488 

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Performance Matters is a provider of internet-based professional growth, data management,  and assessment platforms, products, systems and hosting services for schools, district, educators and other educational institutions and customers.

Subscription Service: Professional Development Management System for 4,200 total users. 

Cost $9.20 per user

Total $38,640.00

IMS Integration with Google Classroom $5,000.00

TOTAL CONTRACT $43,640.00

Contract Period July 1, 2017 - June 30, 2018

A BLUE CARD SHOULD HAVE BEEN PULLED

This Contract Violates Board Policy 33000

This contract expired June 30, 2017 Board Policy 33000 requires that Staff bring all contracts to the Board for Review within 60 days. This contract is past the 60 day window.

AGENDA ITEM #15  RESIGNATIONS/ RETIREMENTS/ EMPLOYMENT - CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEES: page 498

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Blue Card Michelle Palso Campbell

9 Special Education Facilitators left- only one has been District Initiated. Vacant positions harm students.

We are seven weeks into the school year and these Assistants positions remain unfilled.

Are all IEP's in compliance due to these staffing issues?

Children in Special Education need human resources. Why are waiting 7 weeks in to the school year.

The Board Agenda Shows: 

7 Special Education Employees left.

Resignations Special Education: Other Employment

2. Alston, Julie-Anne

15. Pelkey, Nicole

Resignations Special Education: Voluntary

3. Bleacher, Karen

13. Michelle, William

19. Solarczyk-Riyhani, Evelyn

20. Ten Eyck, Wyatt

Resignations Special Education: District Initiated

12. Lopez- Curiel, Eduardo

17 Special Education Employees were Hired.

Approve Employment Special Education IFP-Sp Ed 

25. Barro, Lauryn 

27. Cardey, Christian 

28. Clark, Christine 

32. Garn, Gretchen 

36. Martinez, Dennister 

43. Smith, Joanna 

63. Finch, Nicolette

64. Gonzalez, Janette

67. Moliotis, Dimitrios

68. Neri Vazquez, Nallely

72. Song, Mia

74. Stetina, Barbara

Approve Employment Instructional Assistant Special Education

29. Craft, Jamie 

40. Perry-Romero, Alyssa

41. Samadibokharaei, Maral

42. Searle, Tamra

44. Spiridonoff, Traci 

 

A BLUE CARD SHOULD HAVE BEEN PULLED 

ASB Funded Positions  $223,334.00 

These are funded through ASB Fees and are calculated at $10 per unit/hour.

When the minimum wage increases to $15 per hour parents will need to be able to afford increased fees of $335,001.00 just to maintain these same positions.

Recall from Layoff

48. Salan, Astrid Instructional Assistant

49. Satpati, Mansi Instructional Assistant Pre-school

Rescind Layoff

50. Gurrila, Aida

Approve Temporary Additional Assignment Pay at Over-time Rate of Pay

An extra 90 hours of Pay from 8/22/17 to 6/7/18 

IF-Sp Ed TAA NTE 90 hrs (Allow for traffic and unexpected breakdown on bus)

207. Stewart, Laura

Approve Temporary Additional Assignment Pay at Regular Rate of Pay

An extra 90 hours of Pay from 8/22/17 to 6/7/18 

IF-Sp Ed TAA NTE 90 hrs (Allow for traffic and unexpected breakdown on bus)

219. Jared, Bridwell 

221. Burns, Mitravidna

232. Doering, Kimberly 

251. Hernandez, Angelina  

254. Howard, Lisa

260. Lindsay, Ashley 

288. Rios, Emily 

Note: 10/30/17 Per Trustee Jim Reardon the extra compensation is for hourly instructional aids that accompany severely handicapped students who must ride the bus.  The children cannot be left unsupervised and the drivers are not expected to deal with their special conditions.  The traffic is outside our control.

 

Attend Energy Bus Training

6 hours

212. Arbour, Jennifer 

246. Gutierrez, Susie 

256. Johnson, Naoko

313. Wycoff, Patricia 

Discovery Education Leadership Retreat:

4 hours

229. Dhaliwal, Kanwal 

243. Guizar, Gabriela

Parking Control for Professional Learning classes

16 hours

263. Martinez, Brenda

286. Reynolds, Debra 16 hrs

AGENDA ITEM #16  RESIGNATIONS/ RETIREMENTS/ EMPLOYMENT – CERTIFICATED EMPLOYEES: page 524

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Summer Professional Development

844 Certificated Staff Participated in Summer Professional Development at a cost of $109,145.00

This should have been brought to the Board for Approval prior to the work being done. Staff is bringing this for Board Approval on October 11, 2016. Summer PLA was completed in July and August of 2017 (2 months prior to asking Board approval).

Resignations/Terminations

  • District Initiated: 2 Sub Teachers
  • Other Employment: 10
  • 9 Sub Teachers
  • 1 Teacher
  • Voluntary: 1 Program Specialist
  • Personal: 1 Sub Teacher
  • Retirement: 1 Teacher
  • Deceased: 1 Sub Teacher

Approve Employment

First Year Temporary Teacher: 6

2nd Year Probationary Teacher: 1

Other Positions 11

Interim Principal 1

Elementary School Assistant Principal 5

Program Specialist 3

Coordinator Mental Health 1

Interim Director Related Services 1

Home Hospital Teacher: 2

Substitute: 67

Approve 6/5ths Assignment 1st Semester: 114

Approve 6/5ths Assignment Full Year: 13

Promotions

Jennifer Jacobson Teacher to Interim MS Assistant Principal $95,415.00

Approve Additional Assignments:

54 employees

Professional Development 2017-18:

93 employees $ 55,747.50

Summer Professional Development

844 Certificated Staff Participated in Summer Professional Development at a cost of $109,145.00

This should have been brought to the Board for Approval prior to the work being done. Staff is bringing this for Board Approval on October 11, 2016. Summer PLA was completed in July and August of 2017.

   
GENERAL FUNCTIONS   

AGENDA ITEM #17    SCHOOL BOARD MINUTES: page 571

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AGENDA ITEM #17  SCHOOL BOARD MINUTES: page 586

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