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Regular Meeting of the Board of Education
Santa Clara USD
August 09, 2018 5:30PM
Santa Clara Unified School District Board Room

A. ORGANIZATIONAL ITEMS
Rationale:
  • All meetings of the Governing Board are open to the general public with the exception of Closed Sessions, which are held to consider those items specifically exempt under the Ralph M. Brown Act.  
  • In compliance with the American With Disabilities Act, if you need special assistance to access the Board meeting room or to otherwise participate at this meeting, including auxiliary aides or services, please contact  the Superintendent's Office at (408) 423-2006.  Notification at least three (3) days prior to the meeting will enable the District to make reasonable arrangement to ensure accessibility to the Board meeting.
  • Agenda materials distributed less than 72 hours before a Board meeting can be inspected at the Superintendent' Office, 1889 Lawrence Rd., Santa Clara.
  • Be advised that the Board may act upon and discuss any item on the agenda, including items which are not specifically identified as action items, except Items from the Public, Reports from Student Board Representatives, Union Presidents, and Superintendent, and Items from the Board and Staff.”







 
A.1. CALL TO ORDER @ 5:30 PM
A.1.1. ROLL CALL
A.2. REVIEW AND ACCEPTANCE OF AGENDA ITEMS
A.3. ITEMS FROM THE PUBLIC PRIOR TO CLOSED SESSION
Rationale:
Members of the Public may speak to items listed for Closed Session. Forms available to do so must be completed and submitted to the Board President prior to Closed Session.

 
A.4. CLOSED SESSION @ 5:35 PM
A.4.1. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL-ANTICIPATED LITIGATION Significant exposure to litigation pursuant to subdivision (b) of Section 54956.9 of the Government Code: One potential caseConfidential agenda item.
A.4.2. Public Employee Discipline/Dismissal/Release, Govt. Code 54957 and 54954.5(e)Confidential agenda item.
A.4.3. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL-ANTICIPATED LITIGATION - Significant exposure to litigation pursuant to paragraph (2) or (3) of subdivision (d) of Section 54956.9: Claim to resolve a dispute concerning special education placement and services. Student name withheld to protect confidentiality of pupil records, Student BB.2. Attorneys from Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud, & Romo will be available by phone or in person for any questions or concerns.Confidential agenda item.
A.4.4. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – ANTICIPATED LITIGATION. Significant exposure to litigation pursuant to paragraph (2) or (3) of subdivision (d) of Section 54956.9: Claim to resolve a dispute concerning special education placement and services. Student name withheld to protect confidentiality of pupil records, Student QQ.2. Attorneys from Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo will be available by phone or in person for any questions or concerns.Confidential agenda item.
A.4.5. Conference with Labor Negotiators, Govt. Code 54957.6 and 54954.5(f) Agency Representatives: Stanley Rose, Andrew Lucia, Kevin Keegan, David Torres; Employee Organizations: UTSC, CSEA, AFT, Unrepresented Employees and ManagementConfidential agenda item.
A.4.6. Public Employee Appointments, Govt. Code 54957.6 and 54954.5(e); Management-Coordinator of Educational Technology
A.4.7. Approval of Completion of the Expulsion Contract, With Suspended Enforcement of, Student "BBB.1". Education Code 48916(c), 48917(e). Confidential Agenda ItemConfidential agenda item.
A.4.8. Approval of the Completion of the Expulsion Contract, with Suspended Enforcement, Student "DDD.1" and Continued Placement at the Current Location.. Education Code 48916(c), 48917(e). Confidential Agenda ItemConfidential agenda item.
A.4.9. Denial of Reinstatement of Expelled, with Suspended Enforcement, Student "EEE.1" for Continuing Education. Education Code 48916(c), 48917(e). Confidential Agenda ItemConfidential agenda item.
A.4.10. Approval of Completion of the Expulsion Contract, With Suspended Enforcement, Student "GGG.1" and Continued Placement at the Current Location. Education Code 48916(c), 48917(e). Confidential Agenda ItemConfidential agenda item.
A.4.11. Denial of Reinstatement of Expelled, with Suspended Enforcement, Student "HHH.1" for Continuing Education. Education Code 48916(c), 48917(e). Confidential Agenda ItemConfidential agenda item.
A.4.12. Approval of Completion of the Expulsion Contract, with Suspended Enforcement, Student "JJJ.1". Education Code 48916(c), 48917(e). Confidential Agenda Item
A.4.13. Approval of Completion of the Expulsion Contract, with Suspended Enforcement, Student "LLL.1" and Continued Placement at the Current Location. Education Code 48916(c), 48917(e). Confidential Agenda ItemConfidential agenda item.
A.4.14. CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATORS, Unrepresented Employees Public Employee Performance Evaluation - Govt. Code § 54957: Board Representatives: Board President & Superintendent Unrepresented Employees: Title: Superintendent Evaluation.Confidential agenda item.
A.4.15. CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATORS, Unrepresented Employees Public Employee Performance Evaluation - Govt. Code § 54957: Board Representatives: Board President & Superintendent Unrepresented Employees: Title: Superintendent Contract.Confidential agenda item.
A.5. RESUME OPEN SESSION @ 7:00 PM
A.5.1. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
A.5.2. REPORT FROM CLOSED SESSION Govt. Code Section 54957.1
B. RECOGNITIONS
B.1. Student Recognition – Visala Tallavarjula
Rationale:

DATE:                          August 9,2018

TYPE OF AGENDA ITEM: RECOGNITION

TO:                                     Dr. Stanley Rose III, Ed.D, Superintendent

FROM:                                 Kathie Kanavel, Assistant Superintendent

PREPARED BY:                     Kathie Kanavel, Assistant Superintendent

SUBJECT:                        Student Recognition – Visala Tallavarjula


ADMINISTRATIVE SUMMARY:

The board and staff would like to honor Wilcox student, Visala Tallavarjula. Visala made extraordinary accomplishments with her science project on Irrigation Efficiency Improvement during the 2017-18 school year.  Here are some of those accomplishments:

Visala’s project was named top 10 in the Clean Tech Global Competition, she was one of 6 winners of the national ThinkMIT Scholarship, she was a semi-finalist in the Junior Science and Humanities Symposium, she won 1st place at the Synopsys Science Fair and received honorable mention at the California State Science Fair. 

Other accomplishments include 2nd place at the Amgen BioGENEius competition, State winner of the US Stockholm Junior Water Prize and was a finalist in the Genius Olympiad International Competition.

Visala is also the Santa Clara Valley Water Youth Commissioner, an elected position.  She is here to share a quick overview of her project.


Congratulations Visala!  Wilcox and Santa Clara Unified are very proud of you!




 
Attachments:
Visala's Presentation
C. ITEMS FROM THE PUBLIC ON UNAGENDIZED ITEMS
Rationale:
Items from the Public must be submitted to the Board President on WHITE  forms available in the lobby prior to Pledge of Allegiance and immediately following Closed Session. The law does not permit board action on any item not on the agenda. In order to complete the business of the meeting in a timely manner, it is requested that one spokesperson be chosen to speak on behalf of a group. The normal time limit is 2 minutes per spokesperson. The Board may use discretion in differentiating from this time limit.


 
D. REPORTS
D.1. Presentation Concerning Project Labor Agreements (PLA)
Rationale:

DATE:                August 9, 2018

TYPE OF AGENDA ITEM:  REPORT

TO:                                  Stanley Rose III, Ed. D., Superintendent

FROM:                  Eric Dill, Chief Business Official

PREPARED BY:      Larry Adams, Director, Bond Projects

SUBJECT:          Presentation Concerning Project Labor Agreements (PLA)

 

ADMINISTRATIVE SUMMARY:

This item is a follow-up to previous Board meeting information items relating to PLAs. 

Diedree Sakai of Dannis Woliver Kelley will present the Board of Trustees with an informational report addressing PLAs. 

Ms. Sakai along with representatives from various groups, both in support and opposition to PLA’s are scheduled to attend the meeting and address the Board.  The intent is to provide pertinent and relevant information the Board.

Staff will need direction from the Board concerning PLAs.



 
Attachments:
ABC SCUSD
Bin PLA
MOBILE LEARNING LABS
SCUSD PLA OVERVIEW
D.2. ITEMS FROM THE BOARD AND STAFF
D.2.1. REPORT FROM BOARD
D.2.2. REPORT FROM STAFF
D.3. REPORTS FROM UNION PRESIDENTS
Speaker:
Michael Hickey, UTSC President, Patty Picard, CSEA Chapter 350 President and Brian Darby, Secretary, AFT
D.4. REPORT FROM SUPERINTENDENT
D.5. REPORT FROM DIRECTOR OF BOND PROJECTS
Attachments:
Director of Bond Projects Report
D.6. REPORT FROM DIRECTOR OF FACILITY DEVELOPMENT PLANNING
Attachments:
Facility Development and Planning Update
D.7. Update of Student/District Performance On Indicators Which Are Expected To Be Published On The Fall, 2018 California Dashboard.
Rationale:

DATE: August 9, 2018

TYPE OF AGENDA ITEM: REPORT 

TO: Dr. Stanley Rose III, Ed.D., Superintendent

FROM: Kathie Kanavel, Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services

PREPARED BY: Elizabeth Gordon-Stoll and Mark Matsumoto, Data and Assessment Department

SUBJECT:

Update of student/district performance on indicators which are expected to be published on the Fall, 2018 California Dashboard.  The Indicators and 2017-18 school-year results help to inform of progress and any needed adjustments to the Local Control Area Plan (LCAP), Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF), and Site-based Single Plans for Student Achievement (SPSA's).

This is a district-level overview of Santa Clara Unified School District's progress according to the California Dashboard Indicators.  This data will eventually be incorporated into the California Dashboard and is expected to be released in late fall, 2018.  However, it is important for the Board and public to know that we have been working with this data since late May to refine our district's LCAP and LCFF as well as to inform sites of potential needed adjustments to SPSA's.  District and site level data is available on an interactive, district-created site: "SCUSD Tableau" .








 
Attachments:
Data Update Board Presentation
Data Update Report
D.8. Report on External Courses: Transcripts and Acceleration
Rationale:

DATE: August 9, 2018

TYPE OF AGENDA ITEM: REPORT

TO: Dr. Stanley Rose III, Ed., D., Superintendent

FROM:  Kathie Kanavel, Assistant Superintendent, Educational Services

PREPARED BY: Laurie Stapleton, Ph.D., Director, Secondary Education

SUBJECT: Report on External Courses: Transcripts and Acceleration

ADMINISTRATIVE SUMMARY:

Per the Board's request, the purpose of this report is to provide the Board of Trustees with answers to the following questions:

  1. When does SCUSD grant approval to students to take out-of-district courses?
  2. Which outside courses are included on SCUSD transcripts?
  3. For both of these questions, what are the practices of other districts?

SCUSD grants approval to high school students in good standing to take external courses that meet specific criteria.  External courses are included on SCUSD transcripts for the purposes of graduation requirements and college eligibility.  There is a wide variety of practices among surrounding districts. 



 
Attachments:
Board Presentation External Courses Transcripts & Acceleration
CCSS- Math Appendix D
Executive Summary External Courses Transcripts & Acceleration
D.9. Williams/Valenzuela Quarterly Report
Rationale:

DATE:  August 9, 2018      

TYPE OF AGENDA ITEM: REPORT                           

TO:                             Stanley Rose III, Ed.D., Superintendent

FROM:                       David Torres, Director, Human Resources

SUBJECT:                 Williams/Valenzuela Quarterly Report


ADMINISTRATIVE SUMMARY:

Under the provisions of the Williams Settlement, each school district is required to report the number of complaints received and resolved to its school board during a public session of a Board meeting, and also provide a copy of this report to the County Office of Education on a Quarterly basis.  The report for the quarter April 1, 2018 through June 30, 2018 is attached.

Please be advised that there were no complaints received during this quarter.



 
Attachments:
Williams/Valenzuela Quarterly Report
E. ITEMS FROM THE PUBLIC ON AGENDIZED ITEMS
Rationale:
Items from the Public must be submitted to the Board President on BLUE forms available in the lobby prior to Pledge of Allegiance and immediately following Closed Session. The law does not permit board action on any item not on the agenda. In order to complete the business of the meeting in a timely manner, it is requested that one spokesperson be chosen to speak on behalf of a group. The normal time limit is 2 minutes per spokesperson. The Board may use discretion in differentiating from this time limit.


 
F. CONSENT CALENDAR
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Items listed on the consent calendar are considered routine and will be adopted by one motion. If requested by a Board Member or member of the Public, a Consent Item(s) will be pulled and placed under Action Items.
F.1. Personnel Items Summary
Speaker:
Kevin Keegan
Rationale:

DATE:      August 9, 2018

TYPE OF AGENDA ITEM:    CONSENT

TO:                            Dr. Stanley Rose III, Ed.D., Superintendent

FROM:                       Kevin Keegan, Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources

PREPARED BY:        Kevin Keegan, Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources

SUBJECT:                 Personnel Items Summary

 

ADMINISTRATIVE SUMMARY:

Certificated personnel items include new appointments and leaves of absence, as well as substitute new appointments, resignations/terminations.  Also included is a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between University of Southern California (The Rossier School of Education) and Santa Clara Unified School District (SCUSD) to place student teachers and counselors.

Classified personnel items include new appointments, leaves of absence, and resignations/terminations.

(This is to certify that to the best knowledge of all District employees who prepared the new appointments list submitted under “Routine Personnel Items” (E1), no individual on this list is a relative or dependent of a District employee who may have influenced Administration’s hiring recommendation.)

 

 

 


 




 
Recommended Motion:

The personnel items are routine and are recommended for approval.



Attachments:
Memorandum of Understanding between SCUSD and USC-The Rossier School of Education
Personnel Items Summary-Certificated
PERSONNEL ITEMS SUMMARY-CLASSIFIED
F.2. Approval of Minutes of the Regular Board Meeting of June 28, 2018 and the Work Study Meeting Minutes of July 12, 2018
Rationale:

DATE:                                     August 9, 2018           

TYPE OF AGENDA ITEM:     CONSENT           

TO:                                          Board of Trustees

FROM:                                    Stanley Rose III, Ed. D., Superintendent

PREPARED BY:                     Corinne Sanfilippo, Executive Assistant to the Superintendent and Board Education

SUBJECT:                              Approval of the Regular Board Meeting Minutes of June 28, 2018 and the Work Study Meeting Minutes of July 12, 2018


ADMINISTRATIVE SUMMARY:

Minutes of the Regular Board Meeting Minutes of June 28, 2018 and the Work Study Meeting Minutes of July 12, 2018








 
Recommended Motion:

Staff recommends the approval of the minutes of the Regular Board Meeting of June 28, 2018 and the Work Study Meeting of July 12, 2018



Attachments:
Board Meeting Minutes of 6-28-2018
CORRECTED BD WK STUDY MINUTES OF 7-12-2018
Work Study Meeting Minutes of July 12, 2018
F.3. Approval of County of Santa Clara Social Services Agency Contract for Skills Plus Program
Rationale:

DATE: August 9, 2018

TYPE OF AGENDA ITEM: CONSENT

TO: Dr. Stanley Rose III, Ed.D., Superintendent

FROM Kathie Kanavel, Assistant Superintendent District Office

PREPARED BY: Dr. Brenda Carrillo, Ed.D., Director

SUBJECT: Approval of County of Santa Clara Social Services Agency Contract for Skills Plus Program


ADMINISTRATIVE SUMMARY:

The attached contract with the County of Santa Clara Social Services Agency provides funding for personnel costs for the Santa Clara Adult Education, Skills Plus Program. The County Social Services Agency will reimburse SCUSD for allowable expenditures subject to the provisions of the contract for a total not to exceed $54,000 in FY19.






 
Recommended Motion:
Staff recommends approval of contract.

Financial Impact:

There will be no financial impact of this proposal on the general fund.



Attachments:
County of SCSS Agency Contract - Skills Plus Program
F.4. Approval of MOU Between Santa Clara Unified School District on behalf of Wilcox High School and Santa Clara High School and Ross Nakahji, President of Los Gatos Orthopedic Sports Therapy for 2018-19
Rationale:

Date: August 9, 2018

Type of Agenda Item: CONSENT

To: Dr. Stanley Rose III, Ed.D., Superintendent

From: Andrew C. Lucia, Assistant Superintendent, School Support and District Development

Prepared By: Andrew C. Lucia, Assistant Superintendent, School Support and District Development

Subject: Approval of MOU between Santa Clara Unified School District on behalf of Wilcox High School and Santa Clara High School and Ross Nakaji, President on behalf of Los Gatos Sports Therapy for 2018-2019

Administrative Summary:         

Attached is the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between Santa Clara Unified School District on behalf of Wilcox High School and Santa Clara High School and Los Gatos Orthopedic Sports Therapy, Inc. This MOU allows the contractor to provide services (collectively, the “Services”): Athletic Training Services including first aid to athletes and staff, Athletic Training event coverage by a Certified Athletic Trainer for the duration of competition and specified schedule depending upon season including First Aid kit, taping, crutches, splints, treatment table etc.



 
Recommended Motion:

It is recommended that the Board approve the 2018-19 Memorandum of Understanding between Santa Clara Unified School District on behalf of Wilcox High School and Santa Clara High School and Los Gatos Orthopedic Sports Therapy, Inc.



Financial Impact:

Entering Year 3 ATC Grant funding from the San Francisco 49ers and the NFL Foundation and Los Gatos Orthopedic Sports Therapy will be reduced to $5,250.00 per High School with the balance to be fund raised by the school and/or district. Once Los Gatos Orthopedic Sports Therapy has distributed $5250.00, Los Gatos Orthopedic Sports Therapy will invoice the district/recipient for the additional $15,750.00 to cover the balance.



Attachments:
LGOST MOU Addendum to Contract for 2018-19
F.5. Approval of MOU Between SCUSD and Boys & Girls Club of Silicon Valley ASES Grant (After School Education & Safety Program)
Rationale:

Date: August 9, 2018

Type of Agenda Item: CONSENT 

 To: Stanley Rose III, Ed.D., Superintendent

From: Kathie Kanavel, Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services

Prepared by: Lorena Tariba, Director of Supplemental & EL Programs

Subject: MOU between SCUSD and boys & Girls Club of Silicon Valley for ASES Grant

(After School Education & Safety Program)

  

Administrative Summary:

Attached is the annual renewal of the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for 2018-2019 between Santa Clara Unified School District and the Boys & Girls Club of Silicon Valley.

This MOU allows the Boys & Girls Club of Silicon Valley to provide services to support our after school program at George Mayne Elementary School. 




 
Recommended Motion:

It is recommended that the Board approve the 2018-2019 Memorandum of Understanding between SCUSD and the Boys & Girls Club of Silicon Valley.




Financial Impact:

There are no significant financial changes for 2018-2019. The district provides in-kind services for custodial, clerical and administrative duties related to the operation of the Boys & Girls Club of Silicon Valley at George Mayne Elementary School.



Attachments:
Boys&Girls MOU 2018-19
F.6. Approval of MOU Between YMCA and SCUSD for ASES Grant ( After School Education & Safety Program) P
Rationale:

DATE: August 9, 2018

TYPE OF AGENDA ITEM: CONSENT 

TO:                                 Stanley Rose III, Ed.D., Superintendent

FROM: Kathie Kanavel, Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services

PREPARED BY: Lorena Tariba, Director of Supplemental & EL Programs

SUBJECT: MOU between YMCA and SCUSD for ASES Grant (After School Education & Safety Program)

  

ADMINISTRATOR'S SUMMARY:

Attached is the annual renewal of the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for 2018-2019 between Santa Clara Unified School District and the YMCA of Silicon Valley. This MOU allows the YMCA of Silicon Valley to provide services to support our after school programs at Bowers, Bracher, Briarwood, Montague, Pomeroy, Scott Lane, Hughes, Buchser and Cabrillo schools.







 
Comments:




Recommended Motion:
It is recommended that the Board approve the 2018-2019 Memorandum of Understanding between SCUSD and the YMCA of Silicon Valley.




Financial Impact:

There are no significant financial changes for 2018-2019. The district provides in-kind services for custodial, clerical and administrative duties related to the operation of the After School Programs provided by the YMCA in our schools.





Attachments:
YMCA MOU 2018-19
F.7. Approval of Destruction & Disposal of Class III Records
Rationale:

DATE:                                      August 9, 2018

TYPE OF AGENDA ITEM: CONSENT

TO:                                          Stanley Rose III, Ed.D., Superintendent

FROM:                                     Eric Dill, Chief Business Official

PREPARED BY:                      Tammy Tea, Purchasing Manager

SUBJECT:                               Destruction & Disposal of Class III Records

ADMINISTRATIVE SUMMARY:

The attached list of documents are considered to be Class III.  Staff hereby requests Board permission to submit them for destruction.

The records have met the retention period requirements of Article 2, Sections 16023 through 16028 of Title 5, California Administrative Code, and are of no further use to the District.





 
Recommended Motion:

Staff recommends the Board of Trustees consider and approve the destruction of the Class III records based on the attached listing.




Attachments:
Destruction & Disposal of Class III Records
F.8. Approval of the Disposal of Obsolete Equipment
Rationale:

DATE: August 9, 2018

TYPE OF AGENDA ITEM: CONSENT

TO: Stanley Rose III, Ed. D., Superintendent

FROM: Eric Dill, Chief Business Official

PREPARED BY: Tammy Tea, Purchasing Manager

SUBJECT: Approval of the Disposal of Obsolete Equipment


ADMINISTRATIVE SUMMANY:

The attached list of equipment represents items which are obsolete and/or in poor condition and no longer usable for District purposes. In accordance with Board Policy 3270 the attached list is recommended for disposal.




 
Recommended Motion:

Staff recommends the Board of Trustees consider and approve the disposal of the attached list of equipment.

Attachments:
Disposals Aug 9, 2018
F.9. Acceptance of Donations
Rationale:

 DATE:      August 9, 2018

TYPE OF AGENDA ITEM:  CONSENT ITEM

TO:            Board of Trustees

FROM:            Stanley Rose Ill, Ed.D., Superintendent

PREPARED BY: Eric Dill , Chief Business Official

SUBJECT: Acceptance of Donations

  

ADMINISTRATIVE SUMMARY


Laurelwood, Mission Early College and Wilcox has received a donation in support of programs for students and staff. In accordance with Administrative Regulation 3290, the Chief Business Official is reporting these donations to the Board for acceptance.


School

Donor

Amount

Purpose

Laurelwood

Andrew Varga

$1,000.00

To be used for Pam Varga Library Fund

Mission Early College High School

Trevor Smith

$4,500.00

To be used for general purposes and deposited into the MECHS general fund

Wilcox High School

Yung-Ming Chien

$2,061.58

To be designated for Wilcox Robotics Club expenses




 
Recommended Motion:

Staff recommends the Board Accept the Donations. 



Attachments:
Donations August 9, 2018
F.10. Approval of Student Overnight Field Trips for Santa Clara High School, Wilcox High School
Rationale:

DATE:                    August 9, 2018

TYPE OF AGENDA ITEM:  CONSENT

TO:                             Dr. Stanley Rose III, Ed.D., Superintendent

FROM:                Kathie Kanavel, Assistant Superintendent, Educational Services

PREPARED BY:   Laurie Stapleton, Ph.D., Director, Secondary Education

Tricia Ringel, Director, Elementary Education

SUBJECT:      Approval of Student Overnight Field Trips for Santa Clara High School, Wilcox High School

ADMINISTRATIVE SUMMARY

Number field trips involving overnight travel have been submitted for Board approval in accordance with Board Policy and Administrative Regulation 6153.

All provisions of BP/AR 6153 will be met.  No student will be denied the opportunity to attend due to financial difficulties.

School

Destination

Dates

Santa Clara HS

State Exec. Council Meeting, Sacramento, CA

March 5-8, 2019

Santa Clara HS

State Leadership Meeting, Riverside, CA

April 25-27, 2019

Santa Clara HS

State Leadership Meeting, Riverside, CA

April 27-30, 2019

Santa Clara HS

Disney Youth Ed Leadership Training, Anaheim, CA

May 1, 2019

Santa Clara HS

National Leadership Meeting, Anaheim, CA

June 29-July 3, 2019

Wilcox HS

Dual National Championship of the Hot Rodders of Tomorrow, Las Vegas, NV

Oct. 28-Nov. 2, 2018




 
Recommended Motion:

It is recommended the Board approve the overnight field trips listed above.


Financial Impact:

None

Attachments:
Approval of Student Overnight Field Trip for Santa Clara High School and Wilcox High School
F.11. Award a contract for Temporary Construction Office Paving for the Agnews Campus, Bid 1055.
Rationale:

DATE:  August 9, 2018

TYPE OF AGENDA ITEM:  CONSENT

TO:  Stanley Rose III, Ed. D., Superintendent

FROM:    Eric Dill, Chief Business Official

PREPARED BY:  Larry Adams, Director School Bond Projects

SUBJECT:   Award a Contract for Temporary Construction Office Paving for the Agnews Campus, Bid 1055.

ADMINISTRATIVE SUMMARY:

Scope:  The scope includes approximately 35,000 square feet of asphalt paving for temporary offices and storage containers for the new schools construction projects at the Agnews Campus.

Cost:  The Bid amount is within the budget for this work. The Bid Summary is attached.

Schedule:  The completion date is September 20, 2018.

Process: Staff has determined that the low bidder submitted a responsive bid and is a responsible bidder.


 
Recommended Motion:
Staff recommends the Board of Trustees award a contract for asphalt paving for the construction offices and storage area at the Agnews Campus, Bid 10455, to Galeb Paving, Inc. in the amount of 163,540.00. 
Financial Impact:
The project is funded by Measure H 2014 (Fund 213). 
Attachments:
Bid Summary 1055
F.12. Approve NJPA Contract #03-0117-LTS for Purchase of Shade Structures
Rationale:

DATE:                             August 9, 2018

TYPE OF AGENDA ITEM:    CONSENT

TO:                                          Stanley Rose III, Ed.D., Superintendent

FROM:                                     Eric Dill, Chief Business Official

PREPARED BY:                      Tammy Tea, Purchasing Manager

SUBJECT:                            Approve NJPA Contract #03-0117-LTS for Purchase of Shade Structures

ADMINISTRATIVE SUMMARY:

The following contract has been reviewed by District Counsel, Dannis Woliver Kelley (DWK), who indicated the contract may be utilized for purchase of shade structures from Playpower, Inc.  Use of this contract as a purchasing vehicle will allow SCUSD to efficiently purchase at a favorable price while remaining in compliance with the Public Contract  Code.

The identified contract:

NJPA #030117-LTS




 
Recommended Motion:

Staff recommends the Board of Trustees approve the use of this contract.

 



Attachments:
Approve NJPA Contract #03-0117-LTS for Purchase of Shade Structures
F.13. Approval of the 2018-2019 Nonpublic School Agreement Between Morgan Autism Center and the Santa Clara Unified School District.
Rationale:

DATE:   August 9, 2018

TYPE OF AGENDA ITEM:    CONSENT

TO:             Stanley Rose III, Ed.D., Superintendent

FROM:                                Kathie Kanavel, Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services

PREPARED BY: Andrea Cole, Director of Special Education

SUBJECT: Approval of the 2018-2019 Nonpublic School Agreement Between Morgan Autism Center and the Santa Clara Unified School District.


ADMINISTRATIVE SUMMARY:

Morgan Autism Center is a nonpublic school that provides specialized instructional services per student’s IEP that cannot be met in a current District program.

Amount: $351,109.60




















 
Recommended Motion:

It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the 2018-2019 Master Contract for Morgan Autism Center.

Financial Impact:

This agreement will be funded by Special Education Funds.

Attachments:
Morgan Autism Center Master Contract
F.14. Approval of the 2018-2019 Nonpublic School Agreement Between Pacific Autism Center for Education and the Santa Clara Unified School District.
Rationale:

DATE: August 9, 2018

TYPE OF AGENDA ITEM: CONSENT

TO:        Stanley Rose III, Ed.D., Superintendent

FROM:                              Kathie Kanavel, Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services

PREPARED BY: Andrea Cole, Director of Special Education

SUBJECT: Approval of the 2018-2019 Nonpublic School Agreement Between Pacific Autism Center for Education and the Santa Clara Unified School District.


ADMINISTRATIVE SUMMARY:

Pacific Autism Center for Education is a nonpublic school that provides specialized instructional services per student’s IEP that cannot be met in a current District program.


Amount: $274,660









 
Recommended Motion:

It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the 2018-2019 Master Contract for Pacific Autism Center for Education.



Financial Impact:
This agreement will be funded by Special Education Funds.

Attachments:
Pacific Autism Center for Education Master Contract
F.15. Approval of the 2018-2019 Nonpublic School Agreement Between Palo Alto Preparatory School and the Santa Clara Unified School District.
Rationale:

DATE: August 9, 2018

TYPE OF AGENDA ITEM: CONSENT

TO:             Stanley Rose III, Ed.D., Superintendent

FROM:                              Kathie Kanavel, Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services

PREPARED BY: Andrea Cole, Director of Special Education

SUBJECT: Approval of the 2018-2019 Nonpublic School Agreement Between Palo Alto Preparatory School and the Santa Clara Unified School District.


ADMINISTRATIVE SUMMARY:

Palo Alto Preparatory School is a nonpublic school that provides specialized instructional services per student’s IEP that cannot be met in a current District program.


Amount: $59,079













 
Recommended Motion:

It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the 2018-2019 Master Contract for Palo Alto Preparatory School.




Financial Impact:

This agreement will be funded by Special Education Funds.



Attachments:
Palo Alto Preparatory School
F.16. Approval of the 2018-2019 Nonpublic School Agreement Between Wings Learning Center and Santa Clara Unified School District.
Rationale:

DATE:  August 9, 2018

TYPE OF AGENDA ITEM: CONSENT

TO: Stanley Rose III, Ed.D., Superintendent 

FROM: Kathie Kanavel, Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services

PREPARED BY:  Andrea Cole, Director of Special Education

SUBJECT: Approval of the 2018-2019 Nonpublic School Agreement Between           Wings Learning Center and the Santa Clara Unified School District. 


ADMINISTRATIVE SUMMARY:

Wings Learning Center is a nonpublic school that provides specialized instructional services per student’s IEP that cannot be met in a current District program.


Amount: $230,875























 
Recommended Motion:

It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the 2018-2019 Master Contract for Wings Learning Center.



Financial Impact:

This agreement will be funded by Special Education Funds.



Attachments:
Wings Learning Center Master Contract
F.17. Approval of the 2018-2019 Nonpublic School Agreement Between AchieveKids and the Santa Clara Unified School District.
Rationale:

DATE: August 9, 2018

TYPE OF AGENDA ITEM: CONSENT

TO:             Stanley Rose III, Ed.D., Superintendent

FROM:                                Kathie Kanavel, Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services

PREPARED BY:          Andrea Cole, Director of Special Education

SUBJECT: Approval of the 2018-2019 Nonpublic School Agreement Between AchieveKids and the Santa Clara Unified School District.


ADMINISTRATIVE SUMMARY:

AchieveKids is a nonpublic school that provides specialized instructional services per student’s IEP that cannot be met in a current District program.


Amount: $183,058.50



























 
Recommended Motion:

It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the 2018-2019 Master Contract for AchieveKids.

Financial Impact:
This agreement will be funded by Special Education Funds.

Attachments:
AchieveKids Master Contract
F.18. Accept Warrant Register and Purchase Order Report for June 2018
Rationale:

DATE:                        August 9, 2018

TYPE OF AGENDA ITEM:  CONSENT

TO:                             Stanley Rose III, Ed.D., Superintendent

 FROM:                        Eric Dill, Chief Business Official

PREPARED BY:        Debbie Jones, Director of Fiscal Services

SUBJECT:                 Accept Warrant Register and Purchase Order Report for June 2018

ADMINISTRATIVE SUMMARY:

The warrant register for the month of June 2018 is presented to the Governing Board for approval, in response to Board Policy 3314 Payment of Goods and Services adopted by the Board 4/25/13. This Policy states, “The Board shall approve all warrants (checks).” While there is no legal requirement for Board approval of issued warrants, this list and future lists will add to the “transparency” of when the Board approves contracts and other authorized expenses as per Board Policies.

The Purchase Order Report for the month of June 2018 is presented to the Governing Board for approval in response to Board Policy 3300 Expenditures and Purchases adopted by the Board 4/25/13.This Policy states, “The Governing Board shall review all transactions entered into by the Superintendent or designee on behalf of the Board every 60 days. (Education Code 17605)”





 
Recommended Motion:

The Chief Business Official and the Superintendent recommend the Governing Board approve the warrant register for the month of June 2018 for the payment of invoices for goods and services and approve the purchase order report for the month of June 2018.



Attachments:
June 2018 AP Warrant Register
PO Board Report June 2018
G. ACTION ITEMS
G.1. Approval of--Coordinator of Educational Technology
Speaker:
Kevin Keegan
Rationale:

DATE:      August 9, 2018

TYPE OF AGENDA ITEM:     ACTION        

TO:                                Dr. Stanley Rose III, Ed.D., Superintendent

FROM:                          Kevin F. Keegan, Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources

PREPARED BY:           Kevin F. Keegan, Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources

SUBJECT:                  Approval of—Coordinator of Educational Technology

 

ADMINISTRATIVE SUMMARY:

An announcement will be made regarding the appointment of the Coordinator of Educational Technology under the Educational Services Division.

 

 








 
Recommended Motion:

It is recommended that the Board of Education approve this appointment.



G.2. Approval of Resolution #18-39 CCTR-7280 - Amendment 02 California State Preschool Program
Rationale:

DATE:   August 9, 2018

TYPE OF ACTION ITEM:  ACTION

TO:   Stanley Rose III, Ed.D., Superintendent/Board of Education

FROM:   Kathie Kanavel, Assistant Superintendent, Educational Services

PREPARED BY:  Brenda Carrillo, Ed.D., Director, Educational Options 

SUBJECT:    Approval of Resolution #18-39 CCTR-7280 - Amendment 02 California State Preschool Program

ADMINISTRATIVE SUMMARY:

Contract is being amended to reflect the increased amount of Maximum Reimbursable Amount from $584,313.00 to $620,571.00. The Maximum Rate per child day of enrollment will be increased from $45.44 to $48.26




 
Recommended Motion:

It is recommended that the Board approve Resolution #18-39.




Financial Impact:

There is no impact on the General Fund.



Attachments:
Resolution #18-39 CA State Preschool Program
G.3. Approval of Resolution #18-40, Affirmation of August as Muslim Appreciation and Awareness Month
Rationale:

DATE:                August 9, 2018

TYPE OF AGENDA ITEM: ACTION

TO:                                          Board of Trustee

FROM:                                    Stanley Rose III, Ed.D, Superintendent

PREPARED BY:        Corinne Sanfilippo, Executive Assistant to the Superintendent and Board of Trustees

SUBJECT:          Approval of Resolution #18-40, Affirmation of August as Muslim Appreciation and Awareness Month

ADMINISTRATIVE SUMMARY:

The Santa Clara Unified School District recognizes that each student needs an opportunity to understand the common humanity underlying all people in order to develop pride in his or her own identity and heritage and to understand, respect, and value the identity of others.  Santa Clara Unified School District affirms its commitment to appreciating, celebrating, and valuing its Muslim American students, and recognizes the importance of acknowledging the history and culture of our Muslim American community.



 
Recommended Motion:

Staff recommends the approval of Resolution #18-40, Affirmation of August Muslim Appreciation and Awareness Month



Attachments:
Resolution #18-40 August as Muslim Appreciation & Awareness Month
G.4. Approval of Resolution #18-41, Appointing Representative and Alternate to South Bay Area Schools Insurance Authority
Rationale:

DATE:                                    August 9, 2018

TYPE OF AGENDA ITEM:      ACTION

TO:                            Board of Trustee

FROM:                                     Stanley Rose III, Ed.D, Superintendent

PREPARED BY:           Eric Dill, Chief Business Official

SUBJECT:            Approval of Resolution #18-41, Appointing Representative and Alternate to South Bay Area Schools Insurance Authority


ADMINISTRATIVE SUMMARY:

The Santa Clara Unified School District is a member of the South Bay Area Schools Insurance Authority, which is a consortium of districts formed to cost-effectively manage their property and liability insurance programs. Each member appoints a representative and an alternate to the Authority Board of Directors. With the retirement of the previous chief business official, staff recommends appointing Eric Dill as the new Authority and Dr. Stanley Rose as the Alternate.




 
Recommended Motion:

Staff recommends the approval of Resolution #18-41, Appointing Representative and Alternate to South Bay Area Schools Insurance Authority.



Attachments:
7/1/18 - 7/1/19 SBASIA Programs
Resolution #18-41 Appointing Representative and Alternate to South Bay Area Schools Insurance Authority
G.5. Approval of 2018-19 Single Plans for Student Achievement (SPSA)
Rationale:

DATE:         August 9, 2018

TYPE OF AGENDA ITEM: ACTION

TO:      Dr. Stanley Rose III, Ed.D., Superintendent

FROM:                                    Kathie Kanavel, Assistant Superintendent

SUBJECT:      Approval of 2018-19 Single Plans for Student Achievement (SPSA)

                                      

Administrative Summary:          

Every year, each school prepares a Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA) which includes the school goals, student achievement & school climate data, improvement activities and budgets.  SPSAs are aligned with the district’s Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) and federal Local Education Agency Plan (LEA) and are approved by the School Site Council at each site.


The SPSAs were developed this spring and recently approved by each site’s School Site Council. The SPSAs come to the Board for approval on an annual basis, however, they are working documents for the school sites and all changes are approved by the school site council throughout the school year. 


A printed copy of each 2018-19 school plan is located in the Educational Services office for board review.  Principals will be present at the board meeting to answer any questions regarding their SPSA.






 
Recommended Motion:

It is recommended that the Board approve the Single Plans for Student Achievement.



Financial Impact:

Each site's state and federal categorical projected budget allocations and expenditures are included in the budget within their 2018-19 SPSA.  



Attachments:
Bowers SPSA 18-19
Bracher SPSA 18-19
Braly SPSA 18-19
Briarwood SPSA 18-19
Buchser SPSA 18-19
Cabrillo SPSA 18-19
Central Park SPSA 18-19
Community Day SPSA 18-19
Don Callejon SPSA 18-19
Haman SPSA 18-19
Hughes SPSA 18-19
Laurelwood SPSA 18-19
Mayne SPSA 18-19
MECHS SPSA 18-19
Millikin SPSA 18-19
Montague SPSA 18-19
New Valley SPSA 18-19
Peterson SPSA 18-19
Pomeroy SPSA 18-19
Ponderosa SPSA 18-19
SCHS SPSA 18-19
Scott Lane SPSA 18-19
Sutter SPSA 18-19
Washington Open SPSA 18-19
Westwood SPSA 18-19
Wilcox SPSA 18-19
Wilson SPSA 18-19
G.6. Award of Contract to HazMat Doc - Bid #18-19-007 AHERA Hazardous Material Inspection
Rationale:

DATE:                     August 9, 2018

TYPE OF AGENDA ITEM:    ACTION

TO:                          Stanley Rose III, Ed.D., Superintendent

FROM:                       Eric Dill, Chief Business Official

PREPARED BY:                Tammy Tea, Purchasing Manager

SUBJECT:           Award of Contract to HazMat Doc – Bid #18-19-007 AHERA Hazardous Material Inspection

 

ADMINISTRATIVE SUMMARY:

On June 20, 2018, staff published a notice inviting bids for AHERA Hazardous Material Inspection.

On July 11, 2018, bid proposals were received by three companies.  The proposals received are as follows:

  • HazMat Doc -$ 54,000
  • Aurora Environmental$302,551
  • Ninyo & Moore -$654,990

Three staff members evaluated the bid proposals to ensure compliance with the bid specifications.  Staff anticipates expenditures under this agreement at $54,000 for (1) one triennial inspection and (5) five 6-month inspections.




 
Recommended Motion:

Staff recommends the Board of Trustees consider and approve the award of Bid #18-19-007 to HazMat Doc.



Attachments:
Award of Contract to HazMat Doc - Bid #18-19-007 AHERA Hazardous Material Inspection
G.7. Authorize an Agreement for Architectural Services to Master Plan improvements to the Patrick Henry Campus and Related Improvements to Peterson Middle School and Laurelwood Elementary School.
Rationale:

DATE:  August 9, 2018

TYPE OF AGENDA ITEM:  ACTION

TO:  Stanley Rose III, Ed. D., Superintendent

FROM:  Eric Dill, Chief Business Official

PREPARED BY:  Larry Adams, Director School Bond Projects

SUBJECT:   Authorize an Agreement for Architectural Services to Master Plan improvements to the Patrick Henry Campus and related improvements to Peterson Middle School and Laurelwood Elementary School.

ADMINISTRATIVE SUMMARY:

Scope:  In May, 2018, the District issued Request for Proposals No. 18-19-003 to four Architects for services to develop a master plan for the Patrick Henry Campus and related improvements. (The four firms were selected by a qualifications based selection process conducted in 2017.)

Proposals were received from the four firms. An evaluation committee determined that HMC Architects achieved the highest score based on evaluation criteria established in the RFP.

Staff has reached agreement on the recommended fee proposal for the necessary scope of services. Services involve significant facilitated engagement with the community and schools.

Cost:  The fee proposal amount is within the budget for the project. Total fees are $301,667.00 plus a minor amount for reimbursable expenses.

Schedule:  Staff anticipates making a final presentation to the Board in January, 2019.




 
Recommended Motion:

Staff recommends the approval of the agreement for Architectural Services to Master Plan improvements to the Patrick Henry Campus and related improvements to Peterson Middle School and Laurelwood Elementary School.

Financial Impact:
The project is funded by Measure H 2014 (Fund 213). 
Attachments:
RFP 18-19-003 Patrick Henry Master Plan
G.8. Approval of an Agreement with Efficiency Energy, LLC for financial incentive coordination services related to Internal Revenue Code Section 179D.
Rationale:

DATE:                      August 9, 2018

TYPE OF AGENDA ITEM:    ACTION

TO:                        Stanley Rose III, Ed. D., Superintendent

FROM:            Eric Dill, Chief Business Official

PREPARED BY:         Larry Adams, Director School Bond Projects

SUBJECT:              Approval of an Agreement with Efficiency Energy, LLC for financial incentive coordination services related to Internal Revenue Code Section 179D.

ADMINISTRATIVE SUMMARY:

Background:

Internal Revenue Code Section 179D enables designers and construction companies who provide services on District building projects that involve energy efficiency to qualify for certain tax benefits.

A brief presentation was made to the Board at a previous meeting regarding the Bond programs.

The District may be able to realize one-time funds from such projects which qualify under Section 179D.

Energy Efficiency LLC has developed the concept of assisting public agencies with this particular opportunity.

The scope of services involves providing guidance on the regulations of Section 179D, estimating the value of the energy efficiency tax deductions, and then negotiating and documenting the allocation of funds between the District and its vendors. As a point of reference, Efficiency Energy LLC has performed similar scopes of work for the Regents of the University of California, the Trustees of the California State University, and the Los Angeles Unified School District. (See attached Agreements).

Government Financial Strategies has proposed this initiative as an opportunity to leverage District investments in reducing energy costs. (See attached Memo from Lori Raineri dated June 14, 2018).

The fees for services is based on a percentage of revenue that may be realized by the District, see attached Agreement for Consultant Services.



 
Recommended Motion:

Staff recommends the Board of Trustees approve an Agreement for Consulting Services with Efficiency Energy LLC for financial incentive coordination services related to Internal Revenue Code Section 179D as presented.





Financial Impact:

No direct cost to the District. Possible revenue source.

Attachments:
Efficiency Energy Engagement Letter
Government Financial Strategies Memo
Project Consultant Agreement Energy Efficiency
G.9. Approval of Completion of the Expulsion Contract, With Suspended Enforcement of Student BBB.1
Rationale:

DATE: August 9, 2018

TYPE OF AGENDA ITEM: ACTION 

TO: Stanley Rose III, Ed.D., Superintendent and Board of Trustees

FROM: Kathie Kanavel, Assistant Superintendent of Education Services

PREPARED BY: Rob Griffin, Coordinator of Attendance and Discipline 

SUBJECT: Approval of Completion of the Expulsion Contract, With Suspended Enforcement of Student BBB.1

ADMINISTRATIVE SUMMARY:

Completion of Expulsion Contract, with suspended enforcement, reviewed and verified on June 22, 2018.  Student BBB.1 graduated from Wilson High School.





 
Recommended Motion:

Staff recommends the Board approve the completion of the Expulsion Contract, with suspended enforcement of Student BBB.1, as Student BBB.1 has graduated from Wilson High School




G.10. Approval of Completion of the Expulsion Contract, With Suspended Enforcement, Student “DDD.1” and Continued Placement at the Current Location.
Rationale:

DATE: August 9, 2018

TYPE OF AGENDA ITEM: ACTION 

TO: Stanley Rose III, Ed.D., Superintendent and Board of Trustees

FROM: Kathie Kanavel, Assistant Superintendent of Education Services

PREPARED BY: Rob Griffin, Coordinator of Attendance and Discipline 

SUBJECT: Approval of Completion of the Expulsion Contract, With Suspended Enforcement,  Student“DDD.1” and Continued Placement at the Currentt.    

ADMINISTRATIVE SUMMARY:

Completion of Expulsion Contract, with suspended enforcement, reviewed and verified on June 22, 2018






 
Recommended Motion:

Staff recommends the Board approves the completion of the Expulsion Contract, with suspended enforcement, of Student DDD.1.  Staff also recommends Student DDD.1 has continuing education at the current location.



G.11. Denial of Return of Expelled, with Suspended Enforcement, Student “EEE.1” for Continuing Education Within Santa Clara Unified School District.
Rationale:

DATE: August 9, 2018

TYPE OF AGENDA ITEM: ACTION 

TO: Stanley Rose III, Ed.D., Superintendent and Board of Trustees

FROM: Kathie Kanavel, Assistant Superintendent of Education Services

PREPARED BY: Rob Griffin, Coordinator of Attendance and Discipline 

SUBJECT: Denial of Return of Expelled, with Suspended Enforcement, Student“EEE.1” for Continuing Education Within Santa Clara Unified School District.    

ADMINISTRATIVE SUMMARY:

Student has violations of the Rehabilitation Plan with poor attendance, grades, and unacceptable work habits while enrolled at the County program.  Student has been in and out of Juvenile Hall, therefore, contract not completed.  Status of Expulsion Contract, with suspended enforcement, reviewed and verified on June 22, 2018.





 
Recommended Motion:

Staff recommends the Board denies the return of Expelled, with suspended enforcement, Student “EEE.1” for continuing education within Santa Clara Unified School District. 




G.12. Approval of Completion of the Expulsion Contract, With Suspended Enforcement, Student “GGG.1” and Continued Placement at the Current Location.
Rationale:

DATE: August 9, 2018

TYPE OF AGENDA ITEM: ACTION 

TO: Stanley Rose III, Ed.D., Superintendent and Board of Trustees

FROM: Kathie Kanavel, Assistant Superintendent of Education Services

PREPARED BY: Rob Griffin, Coordinator of Attendance and Discipline 

SUBJECT: Approval of Completion of the Expulsion Contract, with Suspended Enforcement, Student “GGG.1” and Continued Placement at the Current Location.    

ADMINISTRATIVE SUMMARY:

Completion of Expulsion Contract, with suspended enforcement, reviewed and verified on June 22, 2018





 
Recommended Motion:

Staff recommends the Board approves the completion of the Expulsion Contract, with suspended enforcement, of Student GGG.1.  Staff also recommends Student GGG.1 has continuing education at the current location.,




G.13. Denial of Return of Expelled, with Suspended Enforcement, Student “HHH.1” for Continuing Education Within Santa Clara Unified School District.
Rationale:

DATE: August 9, 2018

TYPE OF AGENDA ITEM: ACTION 

TO: Stanley Rose III, Ed.D., Superintendent and Board of Trustees

FROM: Kathie Kanavel, Assistant Superintendent of Education Services

PREPARED BY: Rob Griffin, Coordinator of Attendance and Discipline 

SUBJECT: Denial of Return of Expelled, with Suspended Enforcement, Student “HHH.1” for Continuing Education Within Santa Clara Unified School District.    

ADMINISTRATIVE SUMMARY:

Student has violations of the Rehabilitation Plan. Never enrolled in the County Program.  Failed to demonstrate regular attendance. Failed to demonstrate a cooperative attitude. Dropout. Status of Expulsion Contract, with suspended enforcement, reviewed and verified on June 22, 2018.





 
Recommended Motion:

Staff recommends the Board denies the return of Expelled, with suspended enforcement, Student “HHH.1” for continuing education within Santa Clara Unified School District. 



G.14. Approval of Completion of the Expulsion Contract, with Suspended Enforcement, Student “JJJ.1”.
Rationale:

DATE: August 9, 2018

TYPE OF AGENDA ITEM: ACTION 

TO: Stanley Rose III, Ed.D., Superintendent and Board of Trustees

FROM: Kathie Kanavel, Assistant Superintendent of Education Services

PREPARED BY: Rob Griffin, Coordinator of Attendance and Discipline 

SUBJECT: Approval of Completion of the Expulsion COntract, with Suspended Enforcement, Student “JJJ.1”.

ADMINISTRATIVE SUMMARY:                                

Completion of Expulsion Contract, with suspended enforcement, reviewed and verified on June 22, 2018.  Student JJJ.1 graduated from New Valley High School.





 
Recommended Motion:

Staff recommends the Board approves the completion of the Expulsion Contract, with suspended enforcement, of Student JJJ.1, as student JJJ.1 has graduated from New Valley High School.



G.15. Approval of the Completion of the Expulsion Contract, with Suspended Enforcement, Student “LLL.1” and Continued Placement at the Current Location.
Rationale:

DATE: August 9, 2018

TYPE OF AGENDA ITEM: ACTION 

TO: Stanley Rose III, Ed.D., Superintendent and Board of Trustees

FROM: Kathie Kanavel, Assistant Superintendent of Education Services

PREPARED BY: Rob Griffin, Coordinator of Attendance and Discipline 

SUBJECT: Approval of Completion of the Expulsion Contract, with Suspended Enforcement, Student“LLL.1” and Continued Placement at the Current Location.    

ADMINISTRATIVE SUMMARY:                                

Completion of the Expulsion Contract, with suspended enforcement, reviewed and verified on June 22, 2018.





 
Recommended Motion:

Staff recommends the Board approves the completion of the Expulsion Contract, with suspended enforcement, Student “LLL.1” .  Staff also recommends student LLL.1 has continuing education at the current location.




H. PLANNING ITEMS
H.1. New Job Description / Design Lab Technician
Rationale:

DATE:                       August 9, 2018

TYPE OF AGENDA ITEM:           PLANNING

TO:                            Stanley Rose III, Ed.D, Superintendent

FROM:                       David C Torres, Director, Human Resources

SUBJECT:                New Job Description / Design Lab Technician

 

ADMINISTRATIVE  SUMMARY:

The new job description, Design Lab Technician, is coming to the board as a planning item based on the recommendation of Ed Services. The need for this position is necessary for schools opening current or future Maker Space Labs at their sites.

The role and responsibilities of the Design Lab Technician will be to provide instructional assistance and training to individuals or groups of students using Maker Space or design lab computer equipment and software; answer questions; load, restore, and restart programs as needed; assist students in utilizing computer equipment and instructional materials for projects. The Design Lab Technician will also operate a variety of hi-tech lab and peripheral equipment, including microcomputers, laser printers, terminals, and machines. In addition, adjust and perform minor maintenance on a variety of lab equipment and peripheral equipment; report and arrange for repairs according to established guidelines. Lastly, the Design Lab Technician must organize and monitor a scheduling system for design thinking classes, maintain work areas in a clean and orderly condition; store, maintain, distribute and account for inventory of hardware, software and related materials.

The District proposes placement at Salary Grade 24 Design Lab Technician, which is commensurate with the Theatre Technician position.


 
Financial Impact:



Attachments:
New Job Description / Design Lab Technician
I. DISCUSSION ITEMS
J. PROPOSED FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS
K. RESUME CLOSED SESSION
Rationale:
If needed, this second Closed Session is a continuance of the first Closed Session to allow the Board additional time to discuss Closed Session items they were not able to discuss due to lack of time before the scheduled Open Session
 
L. REPORT
Rationale:
(Needed only if the Board resumes Closed Session)
 
L.1. Report from Closed Session, Govt. Code Section 54957.1
M. FUTURE BOARD MEETING DATES
M.1. August 23, 2018, 4:00 PM PM, Work Study Meeting, District Office Board Room
M.2. August 23, 2018, 6:30 PM, Regular Board Meeting, District Office Board Room
M.3. September 13, 2018, 6:30 PM, Regular Board Meeting, District Office Board Room
M.4. September 18, 2018, 4:00 PM, Work Study Meeting, District Office Board Room
M.5. September 27, 2018, 6:30 PM, Regular Board Meeting, District Office Board Room
M.6. October 11, 2018, 6:30 PM, Regular Board Meeting, District Office Board Room
N. ADJOURNMENT in honor of Hans Koehler
Disability Information:
Persons requiring auxiliary aides, who plan on attending the Board meeting, must notify the District Office 24 hours before the meeting at 408-423-2005.

Published: August 3, 2018, 4:55 PM

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