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Regular Board Meeting
Pleasanton USD
October 23, 2018 6:00PM
District Office Board Room 4665 Bernal Avenue Pleasanton, CA 94566

1. OPEN CEREMONY - MEETING OF THE BOARD IN PUBLIC - 6:00 p.m.
1.1. Call to Order
1.2. Public Comments on Closed Session Items
2. CLOSED SESSION - 6:00-7:00 p.m.
2.1. Personnel Actions (Government Code 54957 and Education Codes §44909, §44929.1, and §44954)
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Limited to consideration of the appointment, employment, evaluation of performance, discipline/release, or dismissal of a public employee or to hear complaints or charges brought against such employee by another person or employee unless the employee requests a public session.

2.2. Conference with Labor Negotiator Pursuant to Government Code 54957.6 Agency Negotiator: Julio Hernandez Employee Organization: Association of Pleasanton Teachers (APT) California School Employees Association (CSEA)
2.3. Compromise and Release Agreement: Anticipated Litigation Pursuant to Section 54956.9 of the Government Code (Case No. SED 10018-19)
2.4. Stipulated Suspended Expulsion: Pursuant to Education Code 48918 for Student Case No. 2018-2019.003
3. RECONVENE INTO OPEN SESSION - 7:00 p.m.
3.1. Pledge of Allegiance
3.2. Welcome by Board President: Mark Miller Vice President: Valerie Arkin Members: Jamie Hintzke, Joan Laursen and Steve Maher
3.3. Student Board Member: Kate Inman, Amador Valley High School
4. ACTION OF CLOSED SESSION (5 Minutes)
4.1. Report on Action Taken in Closed Session
5. APPROVAL OF THE AGENDA (5 Minutes)
5.1. Approval of the Agenda
6. RECOGNITIONS AND INTRODUCTIONS (15 Minutes)
6.1. Purveyors of Hope - Sue King, Harvest Park Librarian Assistant and Stacey Leal, Harvest Park Head Custodian
6.2. Champion of Change - Special Needs Committee Members (President Rashmi Prasad)
6.3. Jeff Solomon, D-Prep Incorporated
6.4. Dreammakers and Risktakers
7. ASSOCIATIONS (10 Minutes) Representatives from the Associations may address the Board.
7.1. Association of Pleasanton Teacher (APT)
7.2. California School Employees Association (CSEA)
8. COMMUNITY - COMMENTS FROM THE AUDIENCE Comments will be taken at 7:15 p.m., or as close to that time as possible.
9. STUDENT BOARD MEMBER REPORT (5 Minutes)
10. SUPERINTENDENT REPORT (5 Minutes)
11. CONSENT AGENDA (5 Minutes)
11.1. Approval of the Board Minutes
Recommended Motion:

That the Board approved the following minutes:

  • September 12, 2018, Regular Board Meeting 
  • September 13, 2018, Special Board Meeting
  • September 25, 2018, Regular Board Meeting











Financial Impact:

This has no financial impact to the District.

Comments:

Prepared and Reviewed by: Roseanne Pryor, Administrative Assistant 


Attachments:
A. Board Minutes for September 12, 2018
B. Board Minutes for September 13, 2018
C. Board Minutes for September 25, 2018
11.2. Approval of Donations
Speaker:
David Haglund
Rationale:



 
Recommended Motion:

The Administration recommends that the Board of Trustees approve the following donations.





Financial Impact:

This item has no financial impact on the District.


Comments:

Prepared by: Roseanne Pryor, Administrative Assistant

Reviewed by: David Haglund, Ed.D., Superintendent










Attachments:
A. Approval of Donations 102318
11.3. Approval of the Resolution No. 2018-2019.09 and Agreement for the Design of the Pleasanton Unified School District's (District) Proposition 39 funded Energy Project, HVAC Replacement at Pleasanton Middle School
Speaker:
Nick Olsen
Rationale:

Proposition 39, the California Clean Energy Jobs Act passed by the voters in 2012, allocates $550M annually to California's General Fund and the Clean Energy Jobs Creation Fund for five fiscal years. The funds are to be utilized for energy efficiency measures and clean energy generation in K-12 schools. Eligible local education agencies (LEA's) can request funding by submitting an Energy Expenditure Plan (EEP) application to the California Energy Commission (CEC).

To receive approval, an EEP must possess an overall Savings to Investment Ratio (SIR). In September 2016, the CEC revised the EEP calculators and the overall SIR requirement from 1.05 to 1.01, allowing the District's EEP to expand the scope of work.

On April 27, 2015, the District issued a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for Energy Conservation, Engineering, and Expenditure Planning Services for Proposition 39 Projects.

On May 26, 2015, the Board approved the Award of RFQ 2014-15.10 Energy Conservation, Engineering, and Expenditure Planning Services for Proposition 39 Projects to Terra Verde Renewable Partners (Terra Verde).

On February 15, 2017, Terra Verde submitted the District's finalized EEP to the CEC for approval.

On March 17, 2017, staff received notification from the CEC that the District's "2016-17 Energy Expenditure Plan" was approved in the amount of $1,490,384. The CEC also sent approval notification to the California Department of Education (CDE). 

On April 18, 2017, the Board ratified the CEC Approved EEP. 

On November 14, 2017, staff received notification that the District has a remaining allocation of $1.58M. 

On January 25, 2018, Terra Verde submitted the District's amendment request to the EEP. The District submitted an amendment to the EEP (which the Board approved on April 18, 2017) requesting additional Prop 39 funding from CEC in the amount of $1.58M to cover the cost of the added projects listed below. The District's costs are estimated to be approximately $286K from Measure I1 Bond Funds. The Amendment requested the following two changes from the prior EEP:

          1. Add 50 HVAC unit replacements at Pleasanton Middle School

          2. Solar PPA Buy-Down project at Amador Valley High School 

On August 29, 2018, Terra Verde issued an RFP to General Contractors for the Design-Build HVAC unit replacement project at Pleasanton Middle School.

On September 26, 2028, Terra Verde received three (3) proposals from EMCOR, Matrix, and Indoor Environmental Services (IES).

On October 2, 2018, Nick Olsen, Director of Facilities and Construction, and Terra Verde interviewed EMCOR and IES. District staff was satisfied with the bid received from Indoor Environmental Services (IES), and recommend the firm to perform the functions of the design/build contractor to construct the project.

At this Board Meeting, staff is seeking approval of the Resolution No. 2018-2019.09 (Attachment A) and Agreement (Attachment B) for the Design of the Pleasanton Unified School District's (District) Proposition 39 funded Energy Project, HVAC Replacement at Pleasanton Middle School 

Total Prop 39 grant funding requested: $2,928,069.00
Estimated District funds required to implement the entire Prop 39 Project: $255,284.00 which has been allocated as part of the Measure I1 Bond Funds, Issuance B, Category 3, Energy and Water Efficiency.  

 
Recommended Motion:

Administration recommends that the Board approves Resolution No. 2018-2019.09 and Agreement for the Design of the Pleasanton Unified School District's (District) Proposition 39 funded Energy Project, HVAC Replacement at Pleasanton Middle School.



Financial Impact:

$30K from Prop 39 Funds


Comments:
Prepared by: Nick Olsen, Director of Facilities and Construction
Reviewed by: Micaela Ochoa, Ed.D., Deputy Superintendent, Business Services
Reviewed by: David Haglund, Ed.D., Superintendent


Attachments:
A. Resolution 2018-2019.09
B. Construction Agreement_P39 HVAC at PMS
11.4. Approval of Out-of-State Travel for District Staff
Speaker:
Odie Douglas
Rationale:

Board Policy 3350, adopted May 25, 2016, requires that all out-of-state travel for which district expenses will be incurred, district credit card will be used, and/or reimbursement will be claimed, shall be approved in advance of the travel by the Board.

 
Recommended Motion:

The Administration recommends that the Board of Trustees approve the out-of-state travel noted on Attachment A.

Financial Impact:

$3,820.00 for Nanette Gray will be paid by Tri-Valley SELPA

Comments:

Prepared by:  Tamara Danielsen, Administrative Assistant, Educational Services

Reviewed by:  Odie J. Douglas, Ed.D., Assistant Superintendent, Educational Services

Reviewed by:  David Haglund, Ed.D., Superintendent

Attachments:
A. Out of State Travel for Staff
11.5. Approval of Overnight and Out-of-State Field Trips for First Semester 2018-19
Speaker:
Odie Douglas
Rationale:

Administrative Regulation 6153.1 requires that the Board of Trustees approve all school sponsored overnight and out-of-state field trips.  The Board approves field trips as necessary to allow for changes or additional field trips that arise during the year.

 
Recommended Motion:

The Administration recommends that the Board of Trustees approve all school sponsored overnight and out-of-state field trips. 

Financial Impact:

The cost of each field trip will be covered by voluntary donations.  If sufficient donations to cover the cost of the field trip for all students participating in the field trip are not collected, the field trip will be cancelled.

Comments:

Prepared by:  Tamara Danielsen, Administrative Assistant, Educational Services

Reviewed by:  Odie J. Douglas, Ed.D., Assistant Superintendent, Educational Services

Reviewed by:  David Haglund, Ed.D., Superintendent

Attachments:
A. Additional Field Trip Information
11.6. Approval of the 2018-19 Tri-Valley Educational Collaborative (TEC) Pleasanton Unified School District Local Committee Team Members
Speaker:
Glen Sparks
Rationale:

The Federal Carl Perkins Grant requires that every District or agency receiving Perkins Grant funds must have an Advisory Board that is annually Board approved. The members of the TEC PUSD Local Committee will serve to meet this mandate. The TEC team is chaired by Joanna Albala from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories and the meetings are facilitated by Glen Sparks. 



 
Recommended Motion:

The Administration recommends that the Board of Trustees approve the Tri Valley Educational Collaborative (TEC) Pleasanton Unified School District Local Committee Team Members for the 2018-19 School Year. A list of the members is included.

Comments:

Prepared by: Glen Sparks, Director, Adult & Career Education

Reviewed by: Odie J. Douglas, Ed.D., Assistant Superintendent, Educational Services

Reviewed by: David Haglund, Ed.D., Superintendent 

Attachments:
A. ATEC Local Committee 18.19
11.7. Approval of Personnel Document
Speaker:
Julio Hernandez
Rationale:

The October 23, 2018 Personnel Document (Certificated and Classified) includes:  New Hires, Resignations, Retirements, Leaves of Absences, and Changes in Assignment, Step In Column, Longevity, and Separation/Releases, 39-Month Rehire List and Coaches 



 
Recommended Motion:

The Administration recommends that the Board consider each item and provide its approval, acceptance, or denial as recommended by Human Resources on the Personnel Document. 



Financial Impact:

This item has financial implication to the District based on the change in compensation due to New Hires, Resignations, Retirements, Leaves of Absences, Changes in Assignment, Step in Column Changes, Longevity Changes, Separation/Releases, 39-Month Rehire List and Coaches. 



Comments:

Prepared by: Lisa Hansen, Administrative Assistant, Human Resources

Reviewed by: Julio Hernandez, Assistant Superintendent, Human Resources

Reviewed by: David Haglund, Ed.D, Superintendent



Attachments:
A. Personnel Doc
11.8. Approval of Additions to Nonpublic School (NPS) and Nonpublic Agency (NPA) Master Contract and Rates Lists
Speaker:
Mary Jude Doerpinghaus
Rationale:

In order to meet the diverse needs of students in special education, at times, the district is in need of contracting services with nonpublic schools (NPS), nonpublic agencies (NPA), private evaluators, and transportation companies.  Nonpublic schools provide academic, therapeutic, mental health and behavioral support services for students in need of a more restrictive educational setting due to their disability.  Nonpublic agencies provide services such as occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech therapy, transportation and other designated instructional services.  Private evaluators provide assessment services for students in special education in need of independent educational evaluations. 


Currently, we create one annual contract for each NPS and NPA that we regularly use.  The costs of each contract is an estimate for the fiscal year.  In order to better track the monetary costs of student's placements, services and progress we would like to create annual master contracts with each regularly used NPS and NPA.  Individual purchase orders will be submitted for each student in need of identified service(s). 

The District is updating the Nonpublic Agency (NPA) list to include the following NPA's and will add the rates to the NPA listing for 2018-2019:

     Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD)

     StaffRehab

     Stepping Stones Group

     

The attached document reflects an updated Nonpublic Agency Listing for 2018-2019.

















 
Recommended Motion:

The Administration recommends the Board approve the updated 2018-2019 Nonpublic Agency (NPA) agreed upon Master Contract and Rates List.





Financial Impact:

The fee is based on daily or hourly rate for services provided and paid by Special Education funds. 


Comments:

Prepared by: Mary Jude Doerpinghaus, Director of Special Education

Reviewed by: Ed Diolazo, Assistant Superintendent, Student Support and Services

Reviewed by: David Haglund, Ed.D., Superintendent



Attachments:
Attachment A. Nonpublic Agency Rates Listing (Updated)
11.9. Approval of Addendum to Lakemary Center Nonpublic School Master Contract
Speaker:
Mary Jude Doerpinghaus
Rationale:

In order to meet the diverse needs of students in special education, at times, the district is in need of contracting services with nonpublic schools (NPS), nonpublic agencies (NPA), private evaluators, and transportation companies.  Nonpublic schools provide academic, therapeutic, mental health and behavioral support services for students in need of a more restrictive educational setting due to their disability.  Nonpublic agencies provide services such as occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech therapy, transportation and other designated instructional services.  Private evaluators provide assessment services for students in special education in need of independent educational evaluations. 


Currently, we create one annual contract for each NPS and NPA that we regularly use.  The costs of each contract is an estimate for the fiscal year.  In order to better track the monetary costs of student's placements, services and progress we would like to create annual master contracts with each regularly used NPS and NPA.  Individual purchase orders will be submitted for each student in need of identified service(s). 

The District has an approved Master Contract with the Lakemary Center nonpublic school.  The District is seeking approval for the addendum to the Lakemary Center Master Contract.  The addendum and approved Master Contract are attached. 

     






 
Recommended Motion:

The Administration recommends the Board approve the addendum to the Lakemary Center Nonpublic School Master Contract.  






Financial Impact:

The fee is based on daily or hourly rate for services provided and paid by Special Education funds.


Comments:

Prepared by: Mary Jude Doerpinghaus, Director of Special Education

Reviewed by: Ed Diolazo, Assistant Superintendent, Student Support and Services

Reviewed by: David Haglund, Ed.D, Superintendent

Attachments:
Attachment A. Addendum to Lakemary Center Master Contract
Attachment B. Lakemary Center Master Contract 2018-2019
12. REPORT/DISCUSSION and REPORT, DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION
12.1. Report, Discussion and Possible Action to Approve Resolution 2018-2019.008, In Support of "Bay Area United Against Hate Week" November 11-18, 2018. (5 Minutes)
Speaker:
David Haglund
Rationale:

Unity Day, the signature event of National Bullying Prevention Month, has been recognized in the United States since 2011. To participate in Unity Day, individuals, schools, communities, and businesses wear or display orange to show support for students who have been bullied. 

The Pleasanton Unified School District Board of Education and staff are dedicated to preventing and opposing intolerance in our schools and community; and staff firmly embrace inclusive practices that promote the success of all students and the safety of all individuals.

The Pleasanton Unified School District seeks to join other Bay Area communities in a United Against Hate campaign, as an important step in bridging divisions and strengthening our communities.







 
Recommended Motion:

That the Governing Board approve Resolution 2018-2019.008 In Support of "Bay Area United Against Hate Week", November 11-18, 2018.

Financial Impact:

There is no financial impact to the District.

Comments:

Prepared by: Roseanne Pryor, Administrative Assistant 

Reviewed by David Haglund, Ed.D., Superintendent



Attachments:
A, Approval of Unity Day Resolution 102318
12.2. Report and Discussion on the Intervention/Integration Specialists Program Effectiveness Model (20 Minutes)
Speaker:
Jenni Tyson, Kim Ortiz
Rationale:

In order to support PUSD's Multi-Tiered Support System (MTSS)/Response to Intervention (RTI²) model, the Intervention/Integration Specialists provide intervention and enrichment for students in the following areas:

  • English Learners
  • Special Needs
  • Socio-economically Disadvantaged
  • Gifted and Talented
  • Homeless and Foster Youth

This program delivery will create models of success for students while supporting teachers' ongoing professional development with Response to Instruction and Intervention (RTI²).

We have identified a program effectiveness plan that will analyze adult and student data results.  This plan will move us towards reaching our following LCAP (Local Control and Accountability Plan) goals:

  • all students will meet or exceed standards while becoming college and career ready (Goal 1)

  • every student will feel safe, respected and build positive relationships (Goal 3)

  • provide research based, high quality professional development (Goal 4)

The benefits of this model include a focus on student growth and academic performance, as well as teacher capacity to deliver high-quality instruction and interventions for all types of learners.  The presentation will include information on the various extension and enrichment curriculum learning opportunities that are provided to our identified GATE (Gifted and Talented Education) and other students who want to accelerate.

Intervention Specialists are school based. The Integration Specialists provide District-supported program implementation.  The program will be measured using quantitative, as well as qualitative, measures. Lastly, the model is supported by ongoing funding and limited one-time funding sources.


 
Recommended Motion:

The Administration recommends that the Board of Trustees receive the report on the Intervention/Integration Specialists Program Effectiveness Model.

Financial Impact:

The Program Effectiveness data collection has no additional financial impact to the District.


Comments:

Prepared by:    Kim Ortiz, Director of Tri-Valley Teacher Induction Program

 Ken Rocha, Director of Secondary Education

Jenni Tyson, Director of Elementary Education

Reviewed by:   Odie Douglas, Ed.D., Assistant Superintendent, Educational Services

Reviewed by;   David Haglund, Ed.D., Superintendent




Attachments:
A. PPT
B. Updated PowerPoint Presentation
12.3. Report and Discussion of the 2017-2018 California Assessment of Student Progress and Performance (15 Minutes)
Speaker:
Pam VandeKamp
Rationale:

In Spring 2018, students in grades 3-8 and 11 were administered the Smarter Balanced Assessments in English Language Arts, Mathematics and Science (grades 5, 8 and 12).  The CAASPP assessments were scored following the close of the District testing window in June 2018. Parents and guardians received Individual Student Reports sent by mail from the PUSD Department of Assessment and Accountability in July 2018.

This report will give information about current student results in English Language Arts and Math as well as comparisons with student results over the past four years.





 
Recommended Motion:

The Administration recommends that the Board of Trustees review and discuss the 2017-18 California Assessment of Student Progress and Performance.

Financial Impact:

There is no additional financial impact for this item.


Comments:

Prepared by:  Pam VandeKamp, Ed.D., Director of Assessment and Accountability

Reviewed by:  Odie J. Douglas, Ed.D., Assistant Superintendent, Educational Services

Reviewed by:  David Haglund, Ed.D., Superintendent

Attachments:
A. 2018 CAASPP PowerPoint Presentation
B. Updated PowerPoint Presentation
12.4. Report, Discussion and Update on Mental Health Supports and Services for Students, Staff and Community (15 Minutes)
Speaker:
Ed Diolazo
Rationale:

Our Board and community will receive a presentation about the various Mental Health supports and services provided for our students, staff and community.  The presentation will give an overview of the current support systems in the Pleasanton Unified School District. 






 
Recommended Motion:

The Administration recommends that the Board of Trustees review and receive the report on Mental Health supports and services for students, staff and community.



Financial Impact:

There is no financial impact to the District.

Comments:

Prepared by:  Elise Greenaway

Reviewed by: Kathleen Rief, Director, Student Support Services

Reviewed by: Ed Diolazo, Assistant Superintendent, Student Support Services

Reviewed by: David Haglund, Ed. D., Superintendent






Attachments:
Mental Health supports and services presentation
12.5. Report, Discussion and Update on the Lydiksen Elementary School Modernization and Rebuild Project (20 Minutes)
Speaker:
Nick Olsen
Rationale:
In June 2017, the Board approved the list of projects for the 1st issuance of the Measure I1 Bond which included $30M for the Lydiksen Elementary School Project.

In November 2017, the Board approved Aedis Architects for the Lydiksen Elementary School Modernization and Rebuild Project.

In December 2017, Aedis Architects and the Lydiksen Elementary School Campus Committee started the Conceptual Design process. We have had 8 meetings to date. The Lydiksen Elementary School Modernization Committee includes:

Valerie Arkin, Board Vice President
Steve Maher, Board Member
Jennifer Berrigan, Principal's Secretary
Lisa Fortunati, Library/Media Assistant
Kelly Gossett, Kindergarten Teacher
Matthew Maloney, Fifth Grade Teacher
Mannie Nimmo, Site Technology Specialist
Paul Stewart, PE Teacher
Robert Blake, Parent
Kelli DeMichiel, Parent
Nita Thom, Parent
Jake Berg, Principal
Jenni Tyson, Director of Elementary Education
Nick Olsen, Director of Facilities & Construction

In January 2018, the Board approved MeTEOR Education as the furniture vendor for the Lydiksen Elementary School Project.

In March 2018, the Board approved the Conceptual Design for the Lydiksen Elementary School Modernization and Rebuild Project.

In June 2018, the District published a Notice to Bidders for the Modular Building portion of the project only.

In July 2018, the District received one (1) bid from JL Modular in the amount of $21.3M which was $6.5M over the engineer's estimate.

In August 2018, the District met with JL Modular and Aedis Architects regarding possible cost savings options. The following are Value engineering options:
- Combine TK building with Kindergarten cluster
- Delete staff restroom from Kindergarten cluster
- Deduct (1) 12’-0” module from Administration and Library
- Deduct large covered patio from (2) Learning clusters
- Deduct Teacher’s collaboration and a portion of flex space at (2) Learning clusters
- Reduce or eliminate modernization of the Multi-Purpose Room and existing Building E
- Minimize scope of work in existing field
- Reduce the landscaping seat walls and planters
- Reduction in casework
- Other miscellaneous changes to finishes

Tonight, staff and Aedis Architects will present an update and value engineering recommendations (Attachment A) for the Lydiksen Elementary School Project for Board discussion and feedback.






 
Recommended Motion:

The Administration recommends that the Board receive an update on the Lydiksen Elementary School Modernization and Rebuild Project. 


Financial Impact:

No additional financial impact.

Comments:

Prepared by: Nick Olsen, Director of Facilities and Construction
Reviewed by: Micaela Ochoa, Ed.D., Deputy Superintendent, Business Services
Reviewed by: David Haglund, Ed.D., Superintendent



Attachments:
A. Lydiksen Elementary School Update
12.6. Report, Discussion, and Possible Action to combine the High School Portable Replacement Project with the new High School Science Lab Project at Amador Valley High School and Foothill High School and moving the High School Science Lab funds from Issuance C (2022) to Issuance B (2019) (20 Minutes)
Speaker:
Nick Olsen
Rationale:

On June 27, 2017, the Board reviewed a list of projects that would be funded from the first issuance of bond funds which included $11.5M for modernization projects.

On January 29, 2018, the Facilities Master Plan (FMP) Committee agreed on a recommendation to spend the $11.5M of the first issuance of which $10M was allocated to replace leased portable classrooms at Amador Valley High School (10) and Foothill High School (6). 

On June 26, 2018, the Board approved the FMP which allocated $10M for portable replacement and $5.7M for new High School Science Labs at Amador Valley High School and Foothill High School.

On September 5, 2018, staff met with the Board Facility Committee to discuss the Portable Replacement Project. 

In August/September 2018, staff started the conceptual design phase for the Portable Replacement Project. After review and discussion of the options at the programming meeting with the sites and the Board Facilities Sub-Committee, we recommend including the Science Classrooms with the Portable Replacements for 3 main reasons:

1. Minimize disruption of school campuses due to construction activities
2. Limited options for location of building a new building
3. Cost Savings ( Economies of scale & Escalation)

On October 9, 2018, the Board approved staff to proceed with applying for a Career Technology Education Facilities Program Grant for enhancement to the Foothill High School project. 

On October 23, 2018, staff will give an update on the High School Leased Portable Replacement Project and present evidence to support moving up the funds allocated for High School Science Labs into Issuance B (2019) and combine with the Portable Replacement Project. 








 
Recommended Motion:

The Administration recommends that the Board approve combining the High School Portable Replacement Project with the new High School Science Lab Project at Amador Valley High School and Foothill High School and moving the High School Science Lab funds from Issuance C (2022) to Issuance B (2019) 



Financial Impact:

$5.783M of Measure I1 Bond Funds (Fund 21) moved forward by two (2) years


Comments:
Prepared by: Nick Olsen, Director of Facilities and Construction
Reviewed by: Micaela Ochoa, Ed.D., Deputy Superintendent, Business Services
Reviewed by: David Haglund, Ed.D., Superintendent


Attachments:
A. Measure I1 - AVHS and FHS Portable Replacement and Science Lab Projects
B. HKIT Combining Projects Proposal
12.7. Report and Discussion Regarding the Tentative Agreement with the Association of Pleasanton Teachers and the Pleasanton Unified School District (10 Minutes)
Speaker:
Julio Hernandez
Rationale:

Government Code Section 3547.5 states that before a public school employer enters into a collective bargaining agreement, the major provisions of the agreement, including the costs that would be incurred by the public school employer under the agreement for the current and subsequent fiscal years, shall be disclosed at a public meeting.

The District has reached an agreement with the Association of Pleasanton Teachers (APT) bargaining unit.  The agreement includes a 2.5% increase to the 2018-2019 salary schedule, effective July 1, 2018. 

Additional items include:

  1. Annual stipend of $1,250.00 for Speech Language Pathologists, Behavior Specialists, Nurses, and Social Workers.
  2. Revised language for Article 6 - Leaves of Absence*
  3. Item 6.2.3 - No change to existing contract language.
  4. Instructional Calendars as reflected in the attachment.

*Underlined text is new language; strike through's are deleted language.


 
Recommended Motion:

The Administration recommends that the Board of Trustees receive the Public Disclosure of Collective Bargaining Agreement and hold a public hearing and approve the recommended compensation increase for APT bargaining unit members.






Financial Impact:

Per Business Services, estimate to be $2,163,073. The exact cost won't be known until payroll runs.
.




Comments:

Prepared by: Lisa Hansen, Administrative Assistant, Human Resources

Reviewed by: Julio Hernandez, Assistant Superintendent, Human Resources

Reviewed by: David Haglund, Ed.D, Superintendent



Attachments:
A. APT Tentative Agreement
13. BOARD REPORTS AND REQUESTS - Board Members will report on meetings they have attended and request possible future agenda items.
14. UPCOMING BOARD MEETINGS - The next board meeting will take place on Tuesday, November 13, 2018.
15. Adjournment
Disability Information:
In compliance with the American with Disabilities Act, if you need special assistance to participate in this meeting, please contact the Superintendent's Office at (925) 426-4333. Notification by Friday noon preceding the meeting will enable the District to make reasonable arrangements to ensure accessibility to this meeting.

Published: October 18, 2018, 7:09 PM

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