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Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees
Bonsall USD
April 12, 2018 5:00PM
Bonsall Community Center 31505 Old River Road Bonsall, CA 92003

1. Call to Order and Roll Call
2. Public Comment on Closed Session Items
3. Adjourn to Closed Session
4. Closed Session
4.1. The Board will discuss its position regarding collective bargaining with the Bonsall Teachers Association and the California School Employees Association, Ch. #703 in order to direct the Superintendent as Chief Negotiator in the matter of BTA and CSEA contracts. (BP/BB9321 & Gov. Code 3549.1)
4.2. Conference with Legal Counsel - Potential Litigation (two (2) matter(s) - Gov. Code 54956.9(a))
4.3. The Board will consider the appointment, employment, evaluation of performance, discipline, transfer or dismissal of employees. (Gov Code 54957)
5. Regular Meeting Open Session
5.1. Roll Call and Establishment of Quorum
5.2. Welcome to Guests and Pledge of Allegiance
5.3. Report on Closed Session
Speaker:
Board President
5.4. Approval of Current Agenda
5.5. Approval of Minutes for the regular meeting of March 8, 2018
Attachments:
Proposed Meeting Minutes 3-8-18
6. Reports
6.1. Bonsall Elementary PTA, Bonsall West PTA, Vivian Banks Charter Council, Sullivan Middle PTSA, Bonsall High Parent Organization (PiNG), Bonsall Education Foundation, DELAC
6.2. Bonsall Teachers Association and California School Employees Association, and Its Bonsall Chapter #703
6.3. Management: Bonsall High; Sullivan Middle; Vivian Banks Charter; Bonsall West Elementary; Bonsall Elementary; Facilities, Maintenance, and Transportation; Education Services; Student Services; and Technology
Attachments:
BES
BHS
BW
Educational Services
Facilities, Maintenance and Transportation
SMS
Student Services
Technology
VBCS
6.4. Recognition: Classified Employee of the Year | Miguel Carranza
Speaker:
David Jones
6.5. Recognition: Certificated Employee of the Year | Valerie Latimer
Speaker:
David Jones
6.6. Assistant Superintendent
Speaker:
William Pickering
6.7. Superintendent
Speaker:
David Jones
6.8. Board Member Reports
7. Public Comment
Quick Summary / Abstract:

This is the appropriate point in the meeting for any members of the audience to speak on non-agenda items. Those wishing to speak concerning items on the present agenda, the speaker may choose to address the Board at this time or wait until the item is announced for consideration.

Individual speakers shall be allowed three (3) minutes to address the Board on each agenda or non-agenda item.  The board shall limit the total time for public input on each item to 20 minutes.  With Board consent, the president may increase or decrease the time allowed for public presentation, depending on the topic and the number of persons wishing to be heard.  The president may take a poll of speakers for or against a particular issue and may ask that additional persons speak only if they have something new to add.

The Board requests that speakers address the Board from the podium.

8. Consent Agenda
Rationale:

For the purpose of having efficient meetings, items in this portion of the agenda are considered routine and acted upon by the Board in one motion.  It is understood that the Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent recommend approval on all items of this part of the agenda. Each item will be deemed considered in full and adopted as recommended.  When any board member requests the removal of an item from the consent agenda, the item shall be removed and given individual consideration for action as a regular agenda item. 

 
8.1. Personnel Registers
Speaker:
Janet Whiddon
Rationale:

Public Employee Employment/Personnel Action

Public Employee Resignation/Retirement/Leave of Absence/Termination

(Per attached personnel registers)

 
Financial Impact:

To be determined.

Attachments:
Personnel Register
8.2. Ratification of Cafeteria Revolving Cash Report
Speaker:
William Pickering
Rationale:

Payments from the District Cafeteria Revolving Cash Fund are made to vendors when expeditious payment is required. (Ed. Code 42800.5)


 
Attachments:
Cafe RCF
8.3. Ratification of Revolving Cash, Collection Advice, and Clearing Account(s)
Speaker:
William Pickering
Rationale:

Payments from the District Revolving Cash Fund are made to vendors when expeditious payment is required. (Ed Code 42800.5)


 
Attachments:
Clearing Acccount
Collection Advice
RCF
8.4. Ratification of Quarterly Uniform Complaint (UCP) Summary Report for Quarter ending March 31, 2018
Speaker:
Julie Hong, Ed.D.
Rationale:

Rationale:  SB 550 and AB 2727, added to and amended Education code 35186, to mandate that the District establish policies and procedures regarding deficiencies related to instructional materials, emergency or urgent facilities conditions that pose a threat to the health and safety of students or staff, and teacher vacancy or misassignment.

The Williams legislation is an effort to provide a comprehensive system of accountability and oversight for California's K-12 schools and remedy concerns regarding the allegation of insufficiency and inadequacy of instructional materials, teachers, and facilities.

The adopted legislation imposes administrative requirements on school districts and county offices on an accelerated timeline, to bring about a prompt resolution to the lawsuit and bring a positive change for California's children.

As part of the audit requirements per this legislation, the San Diego County Office of Education (SDCOE) has instituted a quarterly report, "Williams Settlement Quarterly Uniform Complaint Report summary."  This report is to be submitted for review to the Governing Board, prior to the District's filing with SDCOE.



 
Financial Impact:

None.

Attachments:
UCP Report
8.5. Ratify Agreement with Major Plumbing for Replacement of Valve
Speaker:
David Medcalf
Rationale:

At Bonsall Elementary School, the main water valve serving Building 100 is failing and requires immediate replacement.



 
Financial Impact:

$3,317.75


Attachments:
Valve Replacement Agreement at BES
9. Discussion/Action Items
9.1. Isom Advisors Community Survey Presentation
Speaker:
Jason List
Rationale:

The board approved Isom Advisors to conduct a survey of registered voters living in the attendance boundaries of the Bonsall Unified School District.  The survey results will provide the board with information on the community's level of support for a potential bond election in November of 2018.  

 
9.2. Board Discussion and Approval of Building New Bonsall High School Campus at Gird Road Site
Speaker:
Board President
9.3. School Site Maps with Class Size
Speaker:
William Pickering
Rationale:

Every year, the business office works with the school sites to update the site maps for usage and reports the results to the California Department of Education as part of the unaudited actuals financial report. This year for the first time, the site maps include enrollment numbers. This change was brought about by the need to better access campus utilization and site planning for the growth in students that the new housing developments might generate.

 
Financial Impact:

No fiscal impact.


Attachments:
Site Map BES
Site Map BWES
Site Map SMS & BHS
9.4. Presentation by Richard Nowicki of Baker Nowicki design studio for Interim Housing Plan(s) for future Bonsall High School students
Speaker:
David Medcalf
Rationale:

Subsequent to a March Board approval of a proposal by Baker Nowicki to produce a site concept study for interim housing, a meeting was held at the Bonsall HS between David Jones, Lee Fleming, David Medcalf, and Rich Nowicki to discuss interim housing plans that address future student growth. Mr. Rich Nowicki will present the Interim housing plan(s) which incorporates the discussion points of that meeting. 


 
Financial Impact:

None

Attachments:
BUSD Interim Housing Options
Funding Flow Chart April 2018
9.5. Bonsall High School Construction Update
Speaker:
David Medcalf
9.6. Approve Best Best and Kreiger Proposal For Legal Assistance to Complete Certification of the Environmental Impact Report
Speaker:
David Medcalf
Rationale:

The public review period for the Draft Environmental Impact Report ended March 22, 2018. At the March Board meeting, the Board approved costs incurred through March 8, 2018 by Best Best and Kreiger for review of the Draft Environmental Impact Report prior to issuance for public comment. The proposal considered here is for the next steps which include response to the comments received, certifying the EIR and Findings of Fact, and issuing a Notice of Determination. These processes are critical and legal counsel is strongly recommended.

As stated in the proposal, BBK proposes to:

  1. Review/revise responses to comments prepared by ESA and Final EIR - approximately 25 hours.
  2. Prepare Resolution certifying EIR and Findings of Fact for Final EIR - approximately 35 hours.
  3. Review staff report/preparation and attendance at hearing/Notice of Determination - approximately 10-15 hours.
  4. Miscellaneous calls/discussions - approximately 5 hours.

 
Financial Impact:

Based on these hourly estimates, the cost to complete the EIR through certification would likely fall within the $15,000 - $20,000 range.


Attachments:
BBK Proposal for Legal Assistance
9.7. Approve Amendment #2 to Environmental Science Associates and Change Order #2 to Kunzman Associates, Inc to Provide District Responses to Draft Environmental Impact Report Public Comments
Speaker:
David Medcalf
Rationale:

Environmental Science Associates (ESA) Amendment #2 - ESA has received all of the Draft EIR comment letters now and there is additional work required to update the traffic study and associated Final EIR sections and response to comments to reflect the updated analysis and information. ESA will prepare the Final EIR, Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program and required CEQA notices. This scope of work also assumes that BBK will continue to be responsible for preparation of the CEQA findings, as we have previously discussed during team meetings.

Kunzman Associates, Inc. - Proposes to prepare two letters in response to comments pertaining to the Traffic Impact Analysis received from the County of San Diego (March 23, 2018) and the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans, March 21, 2018). The responses will include reviewing project trip generation (and revising if necessary), revising the intersection analysis to utilize traffic signal timing plans obtained from Caltrans, and revising the Traffic Impact Analysis report as necessary.


 
Financial Impact:

Environmental Science Associates – Hourly rates in accordance with original agreement - NTE $10,000.00

Kunzman Associates, Inc. - $2,300.00


Attachments:
ESA Amendment No. 2
Kunzman COR #2
9.8. Approval of the Bonsall Unified School District Standard California Diploma Type
Speaker:
Julie Hong, Ed.D. / Lee Fleming
Rationale:

Bonsall Unified School District graduation requirements are currently higher than California minimum requirements for graduation.  Bonsall High School needs to create additional diploma types for the following reasons:

  • Maintain a high standard of excellence for BUSD students and to have as many students as possible with A-G courses.
  • Meet the demands of California Education Code 60852.3 which requires school districts to exempt from local requirements for homeless children or youth, children of a military family, juvenile court school pupils, or any other student who transfers between schools after 10th grade.
  • Fulfill California Education Code 51411 which prohibits school districts from requiring that students reside within the district for any minimum length of time.
  • Allow students with career goals that are not in alignment with a traditional college track more opportunities to take CTE courses through Palomar College and gain work experience.



 
Financial Impact:

None at this time. 

Attachments:
BHS Diploma Paths
9.9. Approval for (1) BHS Teacher and (1) BHS Administrator to Accompany 11 Students (BHS Honors National History Day Award Winners) on a Field Trip to Rocklin, CA (May 5-6) for State Competition
Speaker:
David Jones / Danny Costa
Rationale:

The Bonsall High School Honors Club competed in San Diego County’s National History Day, an annual historical project competition for grades 4-12, on March 10 at the San Diego County Office of Education. This is the second year that BHS has participated in the National History Day program. Beginning in August, Honors Club students determined their own historical topic centered around the 2018 National History Day theme of Conflict and Compromise. Throughout the school year, students were required to complete a scholarly website, a scholarly documentary, and the option of creating a scholarly research paper, exhibit, or performance - all on their own time with check-ins with their Honors Club advisor. Artifacts chosen for National History Day were determined by each student as the strongest piece of their Honors Club body of work for the school year.

This year, 34 BHS students (10.4% of the current 2017-18 BHS enrollment) from grades 10-12 participated in the countywide competition. Of the 34 BHS students who participated, 24 students were awarded special, honorable mention, or county champion awards. Of the 24 awarded BHS students, 11 were chosen as San Diego County champions. These 11 students move on to California state finals in Rocklin, CA on May 5-6. The 11 BHS winners and their topics are as follows:  

  • Dillon Gunther, Shawn McKenzie-Heck, and Maddison Walsh: San Diego County Champions of Senior Group Documentary for Breaking Through the Stonewall

  • Julia Anderson: San Diego County Champion of Senior Individual Documentary for Winston Churchill: Mental Madness

  • Bridget Fleming: San Diego County Champion of Senior Individual Documentary for Witchcraft and Feminism

  • Phoebe Anderson: San Diego County Champion of Senior Historical Paper for Women in the U.S. Military

  • Remy Arnold and Cheyenne Laurance: San Diego County Champions of Senior Group Performance for Darwinism vs. Creationism: The Modern Debate on the Origin of Species and How We Came to Be

  • Sara Barclay and Heather Holdo: San Diego County Champions of Senior Group Performance for Astronomical Impact: The First Lunar Landing

  • Oran Fine: San Diego County Champion of Senior Individual Performance for The Irish Genocide


 
Financial Impact:

There are field trip costs associated with participation in California National History Day.

Individual student registration for California National History Day is $90 per student x 11, for a total of $990.00.

Lodging for 11 students and 2 adult chaperones for the nights of Friday, May 4 and Saturday, May 5 is approximately $1,200.00.

Mileage (approx. 1,000 miles roundtrip Bonsall-Sacramento area) for multiple vehicles is approximately $360.00.

Approximate total for participation, lodging, and mileage is $2,550.00.

Approval to utilize field trip funding of $2,000 per the 2017-18 BHS Field Trip budget of $2,000.00 is requested.  

The remaining $550 will be raised through BHS Honors Club fundraiser(s). 




Attachments:
Travel Conference Requests - Fleming and Costa
9.10. Approval of Fire Waiver Application and Request for Allowance of Attendance Due To Emergency Conditions
Speaker:
William Pickering
Rationale:

As allowed by Education Code sections 41422, 46200, 46391, 46392 and California Code of Regulations, Title 5, Section 428; the district is able to receive credit at an average rate for ADA lost due to the recent Lilac Wildfires.

The attached form is used to obtain approval of attendance and instruction time credit.

 
Financial Impact:

If not approved, the district will lose a material amount of ADA at the average rate of $8,200 per ADA.

Attachments:
Fire Waiver
9.11. Bonsall Unified School District’s 2016/17 Audit Report
Speaker:
William Pickering
Rationale:

As a requirement by Education Code 41020, school districts and charter schools are required to have their financial records audited by a State Controller approved independent certified public accountant. The district’s independent auditor is Wilkinson Hadley King & Co. LLP and their audit of the district’s 16/17 financial records resulted in no findings.

 
Financial Impact:

No fiscal impact.

Attachments:
1617 Bonsall USD Final Audit Report
9.12. FIRST READING: Consideration of CSBA Board Policy Updates - March 2018
Speaker:
David Jones
Rationale:

School districts need an up-to-date policy manual in order to govern effectively; an updated policy manual ensures policies reflect new and/or revised state and federal mandates, other current legislation, court rulings and attorney general opinions.  The policy updates must have Governing Board approval.  This is an update of specific Board Policies as listed based on CSBA recommendations and Board member input and review, as well as Superintendent input and review.

 
Financial Impact:

No action at this time.  First Reading only.


Attachments:
3-18 Checklist
3-18 Guidesheet
3-18 Packet w notes
9.13. Adoption of Resolution 18-04-01 Authorizing Refunding and Supporting Legal Documents for the 2018 Refunding Certificates of Participation
Speaker:
William Pickering
Rationale:

In 2008 the District issued $2,075,000 in Certificates of Participation (COP), long-term debt instruments, to complete the current Bonsall Elementary School. At this time, COP’s with $1,340,000 in principal have become callable and will allow the district to issue refunding COPs at a lower interest rate and reduce the interest payments to service the debt.

 
Financial Impact:

The refunding will result in a potential district savings of $51,168.


Attachments:
COP Refund - Assignment Agreement
COP Refund - Escrow Agreement
COP Refund - Lease Purchase Agreement
COP Refund - Memorandum of Lease Agreement
COP Refund - Site Lease
COP Refund Analysis
COP Refund Resolution 18-04-01
COP Refunding Savings
Termination Agreement
10. Action
10.1. Ratification of Commercial Warrant Report
Speaker:
William Pickering
Rationale:

Issuance of commercial warrants required ratification by the Governing Board on a regular basis. (Ed Code 17605)

 
Financial Impact:

As presented.

Attachments:
Commercial Warrants
10.2. Ratification of Purchase Order Report
Speaker:
William Pickering
Rationale:

Purchase orders shall be submitted to the Governing Board on a regular basis for ratification. (Ed Code 17605)

 
Financial Impact:

All purchase orders are within budgeted amounts established by the Governing Board for the fiscal year 2017-18 per the adopted budget.

Attachments:
Purchase Order Report
10.3. Adoption of Resolution 18-04-02 Recognizing Classified School Employees Week
Speaker:
David Jones
Financial Impact:

None.

Attachments:
Reso 18-04-02 Classified
10.4. Adoption of Resolution 18-04-03 Recognizing California Day of the Teacher and National Teacher Appreciation Day
Speaker:
David Jones
Financial Impact:

None.

Attachments:
Reso 18-04-03 Teacher
10.5. Approval of Independent Contractor Agreement with Family Vision Care for Independent Educational Evaluation for FY2017-2018
Speaker:
Julie Hong, Ed.D.
Rationale:

Bonsall Unified will enter into an Independent Contract Agreement with Family Vision Care for an Independent Educational Evaluation for a student attending a Bonsall school. 


 
Financial Impact:

Not to exceed $325

Attachments:
Family Vision Care Independent Contractor Agreement
10.6. Approval of the Bonsall Unified District Plan for Expelled Pupils for SY2018-2021
Speaker:
Julie Hong, Ed.D.
Rationale:

Per Ed Code 48926, the County Wide Plan for Expelled Pupils shall be completed every three years. The plan shall enumerate existing educational alternatives for expelled pupils, identify gaps in educational services to expelled pupils, and strategies for filling those service gaps. The plan shall also identify alternative placements for pupils who are expelled and placed in district community day school programs, but who fail to meet the terms and conditions of their rehabilitation plan or who pose a danger to other district pupils, as determined by the Governing Board.




 
Financial Impact:

N/A

Attachments:
Plan for Serving Expelled Pupils 2018-2021
10.7. Approve to Increase Existing Agreement with First Student, Inc.
Speaker:
David Medcalf
Rationale:

The District’s school buses continue to be plagued with mechanical problems requiring interim, short term bus transportation. First Student continues to be very competitive and responsive.


 
Financial Impact:

Unpaid invoices as of March 14 total $10,407.00 and First Student continues to cover routes on an as needed basis. It is necessary to Increase the existing NTE amount by $20,000.00.


10.8. Approval to Increase Existing Agreement with Atkinson, Loya, Ruud & Romo for Legal Services during FY 2017-2018
Speaker:
Janet M. Whiddon
Rationale:

Unanticipated needs for legal counsel related to employee labor issues necessitate an increase in services.  

 
Financial Impact:

Human Resources Financial Impact Not to Exceed $10,000.00


10.9. Approval to Increase Existing Agreement with Dependable Nursing for FY2017-2018
Speaker:
Julie Hong, Ed.D.
Rationale:

To increase the existing agreement with Dependable Nursing for FY2017-2018 for nursing services for a student with an IEP. The original contract amount is $33,300 and an additional $14,100 is needed. 






 
Financial Impact:

Not to exceed $14,100 

Total Amount: $47,400 for FY 2017-2018

The increase is due to the reallocation of funding sources for special education services. 



Attachments:
Dependable Nursing FY 17-18
10.10. Approval of Services Agreement between the Bonsall Unified School District and CSBA's Practi-Cal, Inc. for 2018-2021
Speaker:
Julie Hong, Ed.D.
Rationale:

The Bonsall Unified School District will enter into an agreement with CSBA's Practi-Cal, Inc. to provide reimbursement for Medi-Cal Administrative Activities provided through district service providers to BUSD students and reimbursed by Medi-Cal. BUSD shall pay Practi-Cal, Inc. based on the amounts they recover as a result of billings processed under the Practi-Cal Medi-Cal Billing Services Program. BUSD receives a reimbursement and Practi-Cal will receive a fixed percentage as stated in the services agreement. 











 
Financial Impact:

Dependent upon recovery and reimbursement. 

Attachments:
Practi-Cal Agreement 2018-2021
10.11. Approval to Change Daycare Program at Bonsall West Elementary from Grant-funded to Fee-based Program for SY2018-19
Speaker:
William Pickering / Tina Calabrese
Rationale:

Background:  The ASES daycare program at Bonsall West has been in place since 2010.  When it first began, 100 students were enrolled. The grant funds 83 students. The program budget is $105,000 per year.  Currently, there are 120 students enrolled in the program with 28 students on the waiting list. The cost to parents is $0. Per the grant, students must stay until 4:30 and preferably until 6:00 M-F

Concerns:

  • The program has run $50,000 over budget for the past two years due to rising costs of staffing, food, and the number of students enrolled.
  • In the previous two years, the student enrollment was 160 students
  • Student discipline/hiring falls onto the site principal.
  • Student discipline in ASES takes up site principal’s time 2-3 days per week on average. There are some weeks, where it is daily.
  • Staffing is challenging due to the salary costs

How would a fee-based program benefit BWE students, families and BUSD?

BES is an example of a successful, profitable program option. Families pay a flat fee for services monthly. All monies are collected by the full-time supervisor. All operational costs are covered by the daycare service fees. Any profit goes to the district. All discipline is handled thru the daycare program. Staffing is based on the number of paying students. Families that need the program have access to before AND after school care, flexibility according to their care needs and support for TK students.

 
Financial Impact:

A fee-based daycare program could generate savings to the district of up to $15,000 annually.

10.12. Approval of CSBA Agenda Online Premium Service Agreement for the time period July 1, 2018 to June 30, 2020
Speaker:
William Pickering
Rationale:

California School Board Association's Agenda Online product has undergone an extensive design and functionality upgrade to simplify agenda creation, management, and distribution. Agenda Online 2.0 will be rolled out to school districts July 1, 2018.  

Beginning January 1, 2019, AB 2257 will require every school district and county office of education who has an internet website to post their meeting agendas on their primary website and adhere to specific requirements. Agenda Online 2.0 supports compliance with these new legal requirements. 

 
Financial Impact:

As a result of being an Agenda Online client prior to January 1, 2018, Bonsall Unified School District will receive the 2.0 upgrade license at a promotional rate of $2,475 for the first year (July 1, 2018 – June 30, 2019) and for free for the second year (July 1, 2019 – June 30, 2020).  This is a significant savings over past annual subscriptions ($6,000).


Attachments:
AO Agreement 2018-20
10.13. Approval of 2017-2018 updates, along with 2018-2019 Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA) for Bonall Elementary, Bonsall West Elementary, Sullivan Middle School, Vivian Banks Charter School and Bonsall High School
Speaker:
Janet M. Whiddon
Rationale:

Per the California Department of Education, California Education Code (EC) Section 64001 requires that a School Site Council (SSC) develop the Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA).  The SSC's  responsibilities include approving the plan, recommending it to the local governing board for approval, monitoring its implementation, and evaluating the effectiveness of the planned activities at least annually.

EC Section 64001 specifies that schools and districts that receive state and federal or other applicable funding the district's Consolidated Application (CONAPP) process prepare a SPSA for any recipient school. The SPSA is a blue print to improve the academic performance of all students.  SPSA specifics are also included in the Federal Program Monitoring process.

The purpose of the  SPSA is to coordinate all educational services at the school.  The SPSA shall, at a minimum, address how funds provided to the school through any of the sources identified in EC Section 64000 will be used to improve the academic performance of all pupils to the level of the performance goals.  The SPSA must integrate the purposes and requirements of all state and federal categorical programs in which the school participates.  


 
Financial Impact:

No Fiscal Impact to BUSD.

Attachments:
2017-18 BHS SPSA
2017-18 SMS SPSA
2018-19 BES SPSA
2018-19 BW SPSA
2018-19 SMS SPSA
2018-19 VB SPSA
10.14. Approval of Contract of Journeys Pathway to Support the College and Career Exploration and Preparation for Students in Grades 6-8
Speaker:
Joseph Clevenger / Janet M. Whiddon
Rationale:

Sullivan Middle School requests to use the services of Journeys Pathway to support the college and career exploration and preparation for students in grades 6-8.  The software, which allows students to explore both colleges across the nation and different jobs and careers.  It will be available as a resource to ELD, intervention, and at-risk students.  We are planning on implementing during advisory class in 2017-18. In 2018-19 the program will be used in the class that our team feels is most beneficial and appropriate for college and career education. The SPSA will be updated accordingly if and when this happens.
 

This includes what students can do now as middle school students to prepare to enter the school/job of interest and walks them through creating a map of their own to reach their goals.  It includes clear information on requirements to get into schools and qualifications, schooling or skills for jobs and pay.  The information is presented in a very engaging and relevant way.  

The program will allow all SMS students to increase their knowledge of college and career options and what they can be doing now to prepare. 
 
Financial Impact:

The program cost is $8,000.  Funding has been identified and budget for in the 2017-18 SPSA.

Attachments:
Journeys Contract
11. Planning
Speaker:
Board President
11.1. Future Meetings
Speaker:
Board President
Quick Summary / Abstract:

The next regular board meeting is scheduled for Thursday, May 10, 2018, at 5 pm (Open Session @ 6 pm) at the Bonsall Community Center.

12. Adjournment
Speaker:
Board President
Disability Information:
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you need special assistance, disability-related modifications, or accommodations, including auxiliary aids or services, in order to participate in the public meetings of the District governing Board, please contact the district office at 760-631-5200 (31505 Old River Road, Bonsall). Notification 72 hours prior to the meeting will enable the District to make reasonable arrangements to ensure accommodation and accessibility to this meeting. Upon request, the District shall also make available this agenda and all other public records associated with the meeting in appropriate alternative formats for person with disabilities. ------ In compliance with Government code Section 54957.5, non-exempt written materials related to an item on this agenda that are distributed to the Board within 72 hours before the meeting will be made available for public inspection at the District office during normal business hours and on the District website [www.bonsallusd.com].

Published: April 9, 2018, 4:18 PM

The resubmit was successful.