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Regular Board Meeting
Pleasanton USD
May 07, 2019 5:00PM
District Office Board Room 4665 Bernal Avenue Pleasanton, CA 94566

1. OPEN CEREMONY - MEETING OF THE BOARD IN PUBLIC - 5:00 p.m.
1.1. Call to Order
1.2. Public Comments on Closed Session Items
2. CLOSED SESSION - 5:00-7:00 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.
2.1.1. Public Employee Appointment: Principal, Pleasanton Middle School
2.2. Discussion with Unrepresented Employees Pursuant to Government Code 54957.6, Agency Negotiator: Superintendent Unrepresented Employees: Superintendent, Deputy Superintendent and Assistant Superintendents
2.3. 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)
2.4. Stipulated Suspended Expulsion: Pursuant to Section 48917 of the Education Code, Case No. 2018-2019.009
2.5. Stipulated Suspended Expulsion: Pursuant to Section 48917 of the Education Code, Case No. 2018-2019.010
2.6. Stipulated Suspended Expulsion: Pursuant to Section 48917 of the Education Code, Case No. 2018-2019.011
2.7. Stipulated Suspended Expulsion: Pursuant to Section 48917 of the Education Code, Case No. 2018-2019.012
3. RECONVENE INTO OPEN SESSION - 7:00 p.m.
3.1. Pledge of Allegiance
3.2. Welcome by Board President: Valerie Arkin Vice President: Steve Maher Members: Joan Laursen, Mark Miller and Jamie Yee
3.3. Student Board Member: Alexis Falcon, Village 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. AAREA Student Awards
6.2. Chevron Design Challenge Award Recipients
6.3. PLAY (Promoting Leadership for Aspiring Youth)
7. ASSOCIATIONS (10 Minutes) Representatives from the Associations may address the Board.
7.1. California School Employees Association (CSEA)
7.2. Association of Pleasanton Teacher (APT)
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 Donations
Speaker:
David Haglund
Rationale:

Donations contribute to supporting our students and building their foundation for life-long learning and education. 

Organizational Goal for 2018-2019 1. To ensure ongoing implementation of research-based assessment strategies that focus on student academic growth and are leveraged to help close achievement and opportunity gaps, as evidenced by CAASPP, District assessments and other metrics.











 
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
11.2. Approval of April 2019 Warrants
Speaker:
Tom Gray
Rationale:

The Board is presented with warrants for the month of April, 2019.  This approval represents the warrants produced and amounts expended from various funds.

The following reports for April are included:

1. Accounts Payable Warrant Register for the Month, the summary report (Attachment A) provides the following information:

  • A recap by Fund of all warrants generated for the month
  • The individual production dates and warrant sequence numbers
  • The total of all expenditures for all Funds

2. Board Report (Escape Report ReqPay12c), (Attachment B) provides the following information

  • Details of all payments during the month sorted by Check Number
  • Fund Summary by Fund with Check Count and Expended Amount
  • Some information has been redacted to protect Student Privacy
  • On PO's issued after February 1, 2019 the comment field provides more relevant data than in the past. 

The Fund Summary can also be found on page 38 of 38 on Attachment B.

Organizational Goal for 2018-2019: 3. To strengthen District Board Policies and Administrative Regulations which will ensure clarity of direction for staff, as evidenced by Board actions and other data sources. 


 
Recommended Motion:

The Administration recommends that the Board approve the attached warrants for the month of April, 2019.




Financial Impact:

$ 3,204,924.60 from the Funds noted in Attachment A.





Comments:
Prepared by: Cathy McKim, Coordinator, Fiscal Services
Reviewed by: Tom Gray, Executive Director, Fiscal Services
Reviewed by: Micaela Ochoa, Ed.D., Deputy Superintendent, Business Services
Reviewed by: David Haglund, Ed.D., Superintendent

Attachments:
A. Warrant Register- April 2019
B.Board Report-April 2019
11.3. Approval of April 2019 Purchase Orders
Speaker:
Ellen Rebosura
Rationale:
Monthly, District staff will include approval of purchase orders as part of the Consent Agenda.  In a manner similar to the approval of warrants, a Purchase Order (PO) Board Report will be presented at the first meeting of the month for the month preceding the meeting. 

The report provides the following information:

  • PO number
  • Vendor name
  • Description of items purchased
  • Location
  • Fund
  • Account Amount
  • PO Changes

With the change to Escape, this report now includes a list of previously issued purchase orders where any changes were made (page 22 of 22). It lists the change made by comparing old/new items and indicating if there was a change in the amount of the PO. The PO's are listed by site and provides detail under the description column of the report.

Payment for these purchase orders will be reflected in the warrant reports as items are received and invoiced.  Some vendor names may have been redacted to ensure student privacy.

This report includes purchase orders for April 2019 (Attachment A).

Organizational Goal for 2018-2019: 3. To strengthen District Board Policies and Administrative Regulations which will ensure clarify of direction for staff, as evidenced by Board actions and other data sources.



 
Recommended Motion:

The Administration recommends that the Board approve the attached purchase orders for April 2019.



Financial Impact:

$2,766,258.24 purchase orders from various funds as indicated for April 2019.

$190,506.81 change orders from various funds as indicated for April 2019.






Comments:
Prepared by: Ellen Rebosura, Coordinator, Purchasing, Warehouse and Graphics
Reviewed by: Micaela Ochoa, Ed.D., Deputy Superintendent, Business Services
Reviewed by: David Haglund, Ed.D., Superintendent

Attachments:
A. April 2019 Purchase Orders
11.4. Ratification of April 2019 Contracts
Speaker:
Ellen Rebosura
Rationale:

In May 24, 2016, the Board of Trustees approved Board Policy 3312 (Contracts).  The policy specifies that the Board will ratify contracts related to services and non-public works labor and materials less than $45,000 and public works projects less than $15,000 through a monthly consent agenda item, including contracts and agreements with no financial impact.

Per Board Policy 3312, Attachment A provides a summary of contracts and agreements that are presented for ratification.  Copies of the full documents are available on request.

The Administration recommends that the Board ratify the attached contracts and agreements under $45,000.

Organizational Goal for 2018-2019: 3. To strengthen District Board Policies and Administrative Regulations which will ensure clarify of direction for staff, as evidenced by Board actions and other data sources.

 
Recommended Motion:

The Administration recommends that the Board ratify the attached contracts and agreements for April 2019.


Financial Impact:

$79,069.27 from various funds for April 2019.



Comments:
Prepared by: Ellen Rebosura, Coordinator, Purchasing, Warehouse and Graphics
Reviewed by: Micaela Ochoa, Ed.D., Deputy Superintendent, Business Services
Reviewed by: David Haglund, Ed.D., Superintendent

Attachments:
A. April 2019 Contracts
11.5. Approval to Apply for Electric Vehicle Charge Network Program Grant through Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E)
Speaker:
Nick Olsen
Rationale:

On February 26, 2019, the Board approved a Power Purchase Agreement with REC Solar for the Proposition 39 Funded Energy Project at Amador Valley High School for the Solar Array and Parking Lot Reconfiguration. As a result of the Board discussion and public comment regarding possible electric vehicle charging stations, staff looked into the options for Electric Vehicle Charging Stations (EVCS). Staff found a grant opportunity with PG&E.

Transportation is the largest source of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in California. The state is now encouraging the adoption of electric vehicles. In 2012, Governor Brown signed an Executive Order calling for 1.5 million zero emission vehicles on our roads by 2025. In December 2016, the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) approved a three-year program to install 7,500 EVCS throughout PG&E's service territory between 2018 and 2020. The PG&E EV Charge Network program provides an opportunity to support the executive order, while also contributing to our local community.

The Administration recommends Board Approval of the application for EVCS Network Program Grant through PG&E.

The application is enclosed in Attachment A.

The campuses would include Hart Middle School, Harvest Park Middle School, Pleasanton Middle School, Amador Valley High School, Foothill High School, and Village High School/District Office. 


Organizational Goal for 2018-2019: 5. To improve overall customer service ratings and stakeholder perceptions of the District and of each school within, as evidenced by the ratings on the Annual Benchmark Survey.






 
Recommended Motion:

The Administration recommends Board Approval of the application for EVCS Network Program Grant through PG&E.




Financial Impact:

This item has no financial impact on the District.


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. PGE Electric Vehicle Charge Application
11.6. Approval of the 2019-20 Hart MS Universal Access Period Pilot Bell Schedule Proposal, Final Review
Speaker:
Ken Rocha
Rationale:
During these past two years, Thomas S. Hart RTI² leadership team visited neighboring middle schools that had already implemented this RTI² structure. In addition, all Hart Middle School staff have attended professional development regarding RTI² and PLCs provided by the RTI² committee, as well as a half day training with a representative from Solution Tree. During the current school year, RTI² professional development opportunities were increased for staff. Four staff members participated in a three-day RTI² training in October 2018 through Solution Tree and ten staff member attended a two-day training through Solution Tree in December 2018. Collaboration time has been dedicated to understanding MTSS implementation and PLC’s. In March 2019, Thomas S. Hart staff voted to add an Access Period to the school day two times per week for the 2019-20 school year.This will allow teachers time to reteach essential standards, provide additional supports, and extend the learning for students who have mastered the standards.


Throughout this school year, the RTI² committee prepared and administered surveys to three stakeholders-students, teachers and parents. The results of the surveys were shared on many occasions including Wednesday collaboration time with staff, PTSA meetings, School Site Council meetings, Coffee with the Principal meetings, and Parent Orientation meetings held in March. A voting survey was sent to staff on March 18th through the District’s Human Resources Department for teachers to vote to determine if Hart Middle School should institute an “Access Period” during the 2019-20 school year. Linked is the MOU (Memorandum of Understanding) and voting results showing a 90% agreement to pilot for the 2019-20 school year.

Organizations Goals for 2018-19:

Goal 1: To ensure ongoing implementation of research-based assessment strategies that focus on student academic growth and are leveraged to help close achievement and opportunity gaps, as evidenced by CAASPP, District assessments, and other metrics.


Goal 2:

To improve Multi-Tiered System of Supports (RTI² and PBIS), including intervention and enrichment, as evidenced by California Dashboard and internal data sources.

Goal 4:

To build our Professional Learning Community through strengthening employee recruitment, development, and retention strategies to ensure continuity of a high-quality workforce, as evidenced by hiring data, professional development participation, and exit surveys.


 
Recommended Motion:
The Administration recommends that the Board of Trustees review and approve the 2019-20 Thomas S. Hart Middle School “Access Period” Bell Schedule Pilot Proposal.
Financial Impact:

Estimated at $3,000 to $4,000 from site discretionary funds to support FlexiSCHED software.




Comments:

Prepared by:  Leslie Heller, Principal, Thomas S. Hart Middle School

Reviewed by: Ken Rocha, Director of Secondary Education, Curriculum and Instruction

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

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




Attachments:
A.) Power Point
B.) MOU
11.7. Approval of the 2019-2020 Harvest Park MS “Flex” Bell Schedule, Final Review
Speaker:
Ken Rocha
Rationale:

On April 16, 2019, the first reading of this report was presented to the Board of Trustees.


During the past three school years, Harvest Park Middle School has been researching and deepening their understanding regarding Response to Instruction and Intervention (RTI²) and Professional Learning Communities (PLCs) as frameworks that address student achievement and gaps in achievement by focusing on the needs of the individual students we serve. Based on research and best practice, Harvest Park staff decided to add a period to the school day two times per week during the 2018-19 school year that would allow teachers time to reteach essential standards, provide additional supports, and extend the learning for students who have mastered the standards.


During these past three years, Harvest Park’s RTI² leadership team, along with their APT (Association of Pleasanton Teachers) representatives, visited neighboring middle schools that have already implemented this access period structure. In addition, all Harvest Park staff have had some professional development regarding RTI² and PLCs provided by the RTI² committee, as well as a half  day training with a representative from Solution Tree. During the current school year, the school has increased their RTI² professional development opportunities for staff. Ten staff members participated in a three-day RTI training in October 2018 through Solution Tree. In April 2019, ten more staff will attend this same training.


Throughout this school year, the RTI² committee prepared and administered surveys to three stakeholders-students, teachers and parents/guardians. The results of the surveys were shared on many occasions including Wednesday collaboration time with staff, PTSA meetings, School Site Council meetings, SIAC at the District level, Coffee with the Principal meetings and Parent Orientation meetings held in March. A voting survey was sent to staff on March 18th through the District’s Human Resources Department for teachers to vote to determine if Harvest Park should continue with “FLEX Period” during the 2019-20 school year. Linked is the MOU (Memorandum of Understanding) and voting results showing a 75% agreement for continuing FLEX for the 2019-20 school year.



Organizations Goals for 2018-19:


Goal 1: To ensure ongoing implementation of research-based assessment strategies that focus on student academic growth and are leveraged to help close achievement and opportunity gaps, as evidenced by CAASPP, District assessments and other metrics.

 

Goal 2:

To improve Multi-Tiered System of Supports (RTI2 and PBIS), including intervention and enrichment, as evidenced by California Dashboard and internal data sources.


Goal 4:

To build our Professional Learning Community through strengthening employee recruitment, development, and retention strategies to ensure continuity of a high-quality workforce, as evidenced by hiring data, professional development participation, and exit surveys.



 
Recommended Motion:

The Administration recommends that the Board of Trustees review and approve the  2019-20 Harvest Park Middle School “Flex Period” Bell Schedule Pilot Proposal.



Financial Impact:

Estimated at $3,000 to $4,000.00 from site discretionary funds to support FlexiSCHED software.



Comments:

Prepared by:  Terry Brenner, Principal, Harvest Park Middle School

Reviewed by: Ken Rocha, Director of Secondary Education, Curriculum and Instruction

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

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



Attachments:
A.) HP Power Point
B.) HP MOU
11.8. Approval of the 2019-20 Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) TK-12 Science Instructional Materials Adoption, Final Review
Speaker:
Heather Pereira, Jenifer Perazzo
Rationale:

On April 16, 2019, The Board of Trustees were presented with the first reading of this report.  The previous TK-12 Science Instructional Materials adoptions took place in the early 2000's, shortly after California adopted the 1997 Science Content Standards.  In 2013, the state of California adopted the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS).  The NGSS were developed by states to improve science education for all students.  A goal for developing the NGSS was to create a set of research-based, up-to-date K-12 science standards.  These standards give local educators the flexibility to design classroom learning experiences that stimulate students' interests in science and prepares them for college, careers, and citizenship.  In the fall of 2018, California released a list of the approved TK-8 NGSS aligned instructional materials for science and staff recommended moving forward with the adoption process with the goal of receiving materials for the 2019-20 school year.

Staff will present for the final review of the TK-12 Science Instructional Materials Adoption Committee's recommendation for consideration.  The instructional materials that are recommended utilize a blended approach of hardbound text, consumable materials, and digital access to content and resource. 

The instructional materials will be adopted for an eight-year lifespan. 

A Public Preview for the proposed new TK-12 instructional materials that were piloted were made available to the community April 8-May 7, 2019.

The following NGSS aligned instructional materials are being recommended for adoption:

TK-5:

            Twig Science

Grades 6-8:

            Amplify Science

Grades 9-12: 

            Biology - Pearson - Miller & Levine Biology, Copyright 2019

            Chemistry - Pearson - Willbraham, Copyright 2017

            Physics - Pearson - Walker, Copyright 2014

            Botany - McGraw Hill - Bidlack, Copyright 2018

            Zoology - McGraw Hill - Hinkman, Copyright 2017Anatomy & Physiology -                                                                    Pearson - Martini, Copyright 2018


Organizational Goal for 2018-2019: 2. To improve Multi-Tiered System of Supports (RTI2 and PBIS), including intervention and enrichment, as evidenced by California Dashboard and internal data sources.





 
Recommended Motion:

The Administration recommends that the Board of Trustees review and approve the TK-12 Science Instructional Materials.



Financial Impact:

Approximately 2 million dollars have been budgeted for this adoption.  

Comments:

Prepared by:  Heather Pereira, Coordinator of Extended Day Academic Intervention Programs

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

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

Attachments:
A. NGSS PPT Presentation
11.9. Approval of Obsolete Science Instructional Materials List
Speaker:
Heather Pereira
Rationale:

During the May 7, 2019 Board meeting, the NGSS Science Instructional Materials are being approved.  This item is to approve the list of out-of-adoption instructional materials that are now obsolete.  

 District Organizational Goal 1:

To ensure ongoing implementation of research-based assessment strategies that focus on student academic growth and are leveraged to help close achievement and opportunity gaps, as evidenced by CAASPP, District assessments and other metrics.




 
Recommended Motion:

The Administration recommends that the Board of Trustees approve the out-of-adoption instructional materials as obsolete. 


Financial Impact:

There is no financial impact for this item.

Comments:

Prepared by:  Heather Pereira, Coordinator of Extended Day Academic Intervention

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

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



Attachments:
A. Public Notice for Disposal of Obsolete Textbooks
11.10. 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. 

Organizational Goal 3:

To strengthen District Board Policies and Administrative Regulations which will ensure clarity of direction for staff, as evidenced by Board actions and other data sources.


 
Recommended Motion:

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

Financial Impact:

$ 2,915.00 for Richard Hanson will be paid by Career Tech Ed

$ 1,884.19 for Scott Padway will be paid by Curriculum

$ 500.00 for Kerry King will be paid with LCAP Funding ($1,765.00 to be paid by teacher)

$ 500.00 for Nancy Day will be paid with LCAP Funding ($1,765.00 to be paid by teacher)

$ 500.00 for Lisa Shrout will be paid with LCAP Funding ($1,765.00 to be paid by teacher)


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
11.11. Approval of Board Policy 6161.11 Supplemental Instructional Materials Was edited within 72 hours of the Meeting
Speaker:
Ken Rocha
Rationale:

The Educational Services Team continues to review and update PUSD Board Policy and Administrative Regulation in the 5000 and 600 series that reflect current laws and address key educational issues.  Staff reviews and examines recommended language from the California School Board Association (CSBA) as a baseline for recommended changes.


The Trustees Board Policies Subcommittee reviewed Board Policy and Administrative Regulation 6161.11 on March 5, and April 25, 2019. Board Policy 6161.11 was last revised on June 28, 1988. Since that time, laws and regulations have changed.  These updates provide clarification of supplemental instructional materials, including the use of films, videos, digital media content, and television for student(s) viewing.


The Administrative Regulation is included for information only.


Organizational Goal:


Goal 2: Strengthen District Board Policies and Administrative Regulations, which will ensure clarity of direction for staff.











 
Recommended Motion:

The Administration recommends that the Board of Trustees review and approve the presented Board Policy 6161.11.



Financial Impact:

No cost to District

Comments:

Prepared by:  Ken Rocha, Director of Secondary Education

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

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



Attachments:
A.) BP 6161.11
B.) AR 6161.11
Updated Footer for AR 6161.11
11.12. Approval of the Personnel Document
Speaker:
Julio Hernandez
Rationale:

The May 7, 2019 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 

This agenda item aligns with District Organizational Goal 4:

To build our Professional Learning Community through strengthening employee recruitment, development, and retention strategies to ensure continuity of a high-quality workforce, as evidenced by hiring data, professional development participation, and exit surveys.





 
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 05-07-19
11.13. Approval of the Student Teaching/Internship Agreements
Speaker:
Julio Hernandez
Rationale:

School districts routinely enter into agreements with colleges and universities approving Student Teaching and Internship Agreements.  The agreements are for a one-to-five year term and may be terminated at the District's discretion.

This agenda item aligns with District Organizational Goal 4:

To build our Professional Learning Community through strengthening employee recruitment, development, and retention strategies to ensure continuity of a high-quality workforce, as evidenced by hiring data, professional development participation, and exit surveys.




 
Recommended Motion:

The Administration recommends that the Board of Trustees approve the attached Student Teaching/Internship Agreements.



Financial Impact:

There is no financial impact to the District



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. Student Intern-Teaching Agreement Concordia
B. Student Intern-Teaching Agreement St. Mary's
11.14. Approval of the Revised Job Descriptions for the California School Employees Association (CSEA), Early Education Aide, Early Education Teacher, Early Education Lead
Speaker:
Julio Hernandez
Rationale:

In an effort to provide a clear description of qualifications and responsibilities, the Human Resources Division will periodically update job descriptions for district positions.  The following revised job descriptions are attached.

Revised Job Descriptions:

  • Early Education Aide
  • Early Education Teacher
  • Early Education Lead

This agenda item aligns with District Organizational Goal 4:

To build our Professional Learning Community through strengthening employee recruitment, development, and retention strategies to ensure continuity of a high-quality workforce, as evidenced by hiring data, professional development participation, and exit surveys.





 
Recommended Motion:

The Administration recommends that the Board of Trustees approve the attached revised job descriptions for Early Education Aide, Early Education Teacher, and Early Education Lead.



Financial Impact:

There is no financial impact to the District.



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. Early Education Aide w-edits
B. Early Education Aide - Final
C. Early Education Teacher w-edits
D. Early Education Teacher - Final
E. Early Education Lead w-edits
F. Early Education Lead - Final
G. PUSD - CSEA MOU 3.29.19
11.15. 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, residential treatment centers (RTC) 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 School (NPS) list to include the following NPS and will add the rates to the NPS listing for 2018-2019:

Aspiro Education LLC dba Daniels Academy Inc.

The attached document reflects an updated Nonpublic School Master Rates List for 2018-2019.

Organizational Goal for 2018-2019: 3. To strengthen District Board Policies and Administrative Regulations which will ensure clarity of direction for staff, as evidenced by Board actions and other data sources.




 
Recommended Motion:
The Administration recommends the Board approve the updated 2018-2019 Nonpublic School (NPS) 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 School Rates
11.16. Approval of Board Policy 5141.52 Suicide Prevention
Speaker:
Kathleen Rief
Rationale:

Review, Discuss and Approve Board Policy 5141.52 Suicide Prevention as they relate to the Student Services Department.

This policy was reviewed by the Board Policy Subcommittee on April 25, 2019.

Administrative Regulation 5141.52 Suicide Prevention is attached for information only.

Organizational Goal for 2018-2019: 3. To strengthen District Board Policies and Administrative Regulations which will ensure clarity of direction for staff, as evidenced by Board actions and other data sources.







 
Recommended Motion:

The Administration recommends that the Board of Trustees approve the Board Policy as attached.

Financial Impact:

There is no financial impact to the District.

Comments:

Prepared by:   Kathleen Rief, Director, Student Services

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

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




Attachments:
A. BP 5141.52 Suicide Prevention
B. AR5141.52 Suicide Prevention
11.17. Approval of Board Policy 5144 Discipline
Speaker:
Kathleen Rief
Rationale:

Review, Discuss and Approve Board Policy 5144 Discipline as they relate to the Student Services Department.

This policy was reviewed by the Board Policy Subcommittee on April 25, 2019.

Organizational Goal for 2018-2019: 3. To strengthen District Board Policies and Administrative Regulations which will ensure clarity of direction for staff, as evidenced by Board actions and other data sources.





 
Recommended Motion:

The Administration recommends that the Board of Trustees approve the Board Policy as attached.

Financial Impact:

There is no financial impact to the District.

Comments:

Prepared by:   Kathleen Rief, Director, Student Services

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

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


Attachments:
A. BP 5144 Discipline
11.18. Approval of the Quarterly Report to the Alameda County Office of Education Superintendent of Schools Regarding the Reporting of Uniform Complaints, District Policy/Regulation 1312.4 Williams Uniform Complaint Procedures
Speaker:
Julio Hernandez
Rationale:

Education Code § 35186 requires the District to provide to the Board of Trustees and to the Alameda County Office of Education Superintendent of Schools a quarterly report that summarizes the nature and resolution of complaints filed under the Williams Uniform Complaint Procedures. 

The report must include the number of complaints by general subject area with the number of resolved and unresolved complaints.  The District is providing the required summary report verifying Regulation 1312.4 complaints filed during the January 1, 2019 through March 31, 2019 quarter.

This agenda item aligns with District Organizational Goal 4:

To build our Professional Learning Community through strengthening employee recruitment, development, and retention strategies to ensure continuity of a high-quality workforce, as evidenced by hiring data, professional development participation, and exit surveys.



 
Recommended Motion:

The Administration recommends that the Board of Trustees review and approve the Quarterly Report in compliance with District Policy/Regulations 1312.4 Williams Uniform Complaint Procedures.




Financial Impact:

This item has no financial impact to the District.



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. Williams Quarterly Report
11.19. Approve an Adopt Board Policy 3430 Investment
Speaker:
Micaela Ochoa
Rationale:

The Pleasanton Unified School District Business Services Department has been reviewing Board Policies (BP) that pertain to the District's Fiscal Operations. 

On October 23, 2001, BP 3430 Investment (Attachment A) was adopted by the Pleasanton Unified School District (District) Board of Trustees.  Administrative Regulation (AR) 3430 from 2001 is also included in Attachment A.

On April 18, 2019, staff presented the recommended BP 3430 to the District's Board Budget Subcommittee (BBS).   The BBS approved the recommended BP 3430.  Staff then prepared documents to present to the Board Policy Subcommittee.

On April 25, 2019, the Board Policy Subcommittee reviewed and discussed the proposed BP 3430.

The proposed BP 3430 (Attachment B) includes the updated language recommended in the California School Boards Association (CSBA) sample policy.  AR 3430 is also attached for information (Attachment C).

On May 7, 2019, the Administration recommends the Board of Trustees approve and adopt the proposed BP 3430 Investment.

Organizational Goal for 2018-2019: 3. To strengthen District Board Policies and Administrative Regulations which will ensure clarity of direction for staff, as evidenced by Board actions and other data sources.



 
Recommended Motion:

The Administration recommends that the Board approve and adopt Board Policy 3430 Investment.




Financial Impact:

This item has no financial impact on the District.

Comments:

Prepared by: Micaela Ochoa, Ed.D., Deputy Superintendent, Business Services
Reviewed by: David Haglund, Ed.D., Superintendent


Attachments:
A. BP 3430 Investment - Current
B. BP 3430 Investment - Proposed
C. AR 3430
11.20. Approve and Adopt Board Policy 3100 Budget
Speaker:
Micaela Ochoa
Rationale:

The Pleasanton Unified School District (District) Business Services Department has been reviewing Board Policies that pertain to the District's Fiscal Operations.

The proposed Board Policy 3100 Budget (Attachment A) is a new policy for the Pleasanton Unified School District.  It is based on the California School Boards Association (CSBA) sample policy and includes some details specific to the District.  

On April 18, 2019, staff presented the recommended BP 3100 to the District's Board Budget Subcommittee (BBS).  The BBS approved the recommended BP 3100.  Staff then prepared documents to present to the Board Policy Subcommittee.

On April 25, 2019, the Board Policy Subcommittee (BPS) reviewed and discussed the proposed BP 3100, as well as the draft Administrative Regulation.  The BPS provided suggested edits.  The edits have been incorporated.

On May 7, 2019, the Administration recommends the Board of Trustees approve and adopt the proposed BP 3100 Budget, and review AR 3100 (Attachment B).

Organizational Goal for 2018-2019: 3. To strengthen District Board Policies and Administrative Regulations which will ensure clarity of direction for staff, as evidenced by Board actions and other data sources.

 
Recommended Motion:

The Administration recommends that the Board Approve and Adopt Board Policy 3100 Budget.


Financial Impact:

This item has no financial impact on the District.

Comments:

Prepared by: Micaela Ochoa, Ed.D., Deputy Superintendent, Business Services
Reviewed by: David Haglund, Ed.D., Superintendent

Attachments:
A. BP 3100 Budget - Proposed
B. AR 3100 - Proposed
11.21. Approval of the Board Minutes
Recommended Motion:

That the Board approve the following minutes:

  • April 8, 2019, Special Board Meeting, Joint City/PUSD





Financial Impact:

This item has no financial impact to the District.


Comments:

Prepared by: Janet Wolfinger, Administrative Assistant, Business Services

Reviewed by: Roseanne Pryor, Administrative Assistant, Superintendent's Office
 


Attachments:
A. Minutes for Joint City PUSD Board Meeting for April 8, 2019
12. REPORT/DISCUSSION and REPORT, DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION
12.1. Report and Discussion on the Annual Museum of Tolerance Training (15 Minutes)
Speaker:
Kim Ortiz
Rationale:

On February 10-11, 2019, fifty-two Pleasanton Unified community members representing a cross-section of stakeholders (teachers, classified staff, administrators, and board members) experienced the life-changing and inspiring Museum of Tolerance - a Simon Weisenthal Center Museum in Los Angeles. This interactive, experiential program helps fulfill potential both as people and professionals focusing on human behavior, social justice, and diversity.

For the past five years, almost 300 Pleasanton Unified community members have been fortunate to benefit from the generous grant funding allocated to Museum of Tolerance from the State of California to deliver the Tools for Tolerance program to TK-12 CA Educators.  

The funding provided an opportunity for Pleasanton stakeholders to examine and confront all forms of prejudice and discrimination in both historic and contemporary contexts.  Attendees experienced the museum as a “laboratory for human behavior,” heard personal testimonies from witnesses to history and engaged in discussions/workshops that promoted self-reflection, critical thinking, and action planning.  The experience reinforced the critical role each participant has as agents of change promoting social justice in one’s community.

As a result of the experience and in support of PUSD’s Equity and Diversity Resolution, Pleasanton Integration specialists, teacher leaders, and other interested stakeholders are engaged in the following activities:  continuing the grant-funded training in 2019-20, creating a PUSD website which includes a professional development menu, webinars, Hyperdoc lessons, and powerful resources from Teaching Tolerance in a way that inspires learning and the development of transformational lessons, and facilitating ongoing dialogue on how to incorporate lessons learned from the Museum of Tolerance experience in the daily work of the District; therefore, supporting our students and staff in making a better world.

Organizations Goals:

Goal 1: To ensure ongoing implementation of research-based assessment strategies that focus on student academic growth and are leveraged to help close achievement and opportunity gaps, as evidenced by CAASPP, District assessments and other metrics.

Goal 2:  To improve Multi-Tiered System of Supports (RTI2 and PBIS), including intervention and enrichment, as evidenced by California Dashboard and internal data sources.

Goal 4: To build our Professional Learning Community through strengthening employee recruitment, development, and retention strategies to ensure continuity of a high-quality workforce, as evidenced by hiring data, professional development participation, and exit surveys.

Goal 5: To improve overall customer service ratings and stakeholder perceptions of the District and of each school within, as evidenced by the ratings on the Annual Benchmark Survey.




 
Recommended Motion:

The Administration recommends that the Board receives the report on the Museum of Tolerance training and applications to the District.



Financial Impact:
Museum of Tolerance training is grant funded.  Approximately $3,000 is allocated for costs not covered by the grant.

Comments:

Prepared by: Kim Ortiz, Director of Induction

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

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



Attachments:
12.1 Updated MOT PowerPoint
Updated MOT PPT
12.2. Report and Discussion for the 2019-2020 Pleasanton Middle School “Pride Time” Bell Schedule Pilot Proposal, First Review (15 Minutes)
Speaker:
Jill Butler, Principal, Karen Cobb, Chris Ragg, Intervention Specialists
Rationale:

During the past two school years, Pleasanton Middle School has been researching and deepening their understanding regarding Response to Instruction and Intervention (RTI²) and Professional Learning Communities (PLCs) as frameworks that address student achievement. In the fall of 2017, the administrative team conducted a needs assessment/comfort level at the end of the first semester with staff input..  At that time, it was a collaborative decision, based on staff feedback, to not change the bell schedule for the 2018-2019 school year as the staff requested more professional development in the area of RTI². The 2018-19 school year has been focused on professional development regarding RTI² and Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS).


As part of gathering information, the school’s RTI teams reviewed bell schedule structures, and visited neighboring middle schools that had already implemented this RTI² structure. Additionally, all Pleasanton Middle School staff have attended professional development regarding RTI² and PLCs provided by Guiding Coalition, as well as a half day training with a representative from Solution Tree. RTI² professional development opportunities have been increased for staff. Nine staff members participated in a three-day RTI² training, in the fall, through Solution Tree. Six staff members participated in a two-day RTI² training, in the winter, through Solution Tree.  In addition, six staff members will be participating in a two-day RTI² training in May, through Solution Tree.  Collaboration time has been dedicated to understanding MTSS implementation and PLC’s.


During March and April 2019,  staff voted to add an “Pride Time” to the school day two times per week for the 2019-20 school year.  This will allow teachers time to reteach essential standards, provide additional supports, and extend the learning for students who have mastered the standards.


Linked is the MOU (Memorandum of Understanding) and voting results showing a 69% agreement to pilot for the 2019-20 school year.


Organizational Goals:

Goal 1: To ensure ongoing implementation of research-based assessment strategies that focus on student academic growth and are leveraged to help close achievement and opportunity gaps, as evidenced by CAASPP, District assessments, and other metrics.


Goal 2:

To improve Multi-Tiered System of Supports (RTI² and PBIS), including intervention and enrichment, as evidenced by California Dashboard and internal data sources.


Goal 4:

To build our Professional Learning Community through strengthening employee recruitment, development, and retention strategies to ensure continuity of a high-quality workforce, as evidenced by hiring data, professional development participation, and exit surveys.






 
Recommended Motion:
The Administration recommends that the Board of Trustees review the  2019-20 Pleasanton  Middle School “Pride Time” Bell Schedule Pilot Proposal.  A recommendation to approve the proposed bell schedule will be presented at the May 21st Board of Education Meeting.

Financial Impact:
Estimated at $3,000 to $4,000 from site discretionary funds to support FlexiSCHED software.


Comments:

Prepared by:  Jill Butler, Ed.D., Principal, Pleasanton Middle School

Reviewed by: Ken Rocha, Director of Secondary Education, Curriculum and Instruction

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

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





Attachments:
A.) PMS MOU
B.) PMS Power Point
12.3. Report and Discussion on the 2018-19 Foothill High School “Falcon Flex Period” Bell Schedule Pilot Proposal Update, First Review (15 Minutes)
Speaker:
Sebastian Bull
Rationale:

Foothill High School implemented their “Falcon Flex” period during this school year.   A “Falcon Flex” period is a structured time period built into the school day to allow for student access to academic/social-emotional support and/or enrichment. The purpose of the late start schedule is intended to provide:


  • Support for all students in meeting their academic, social, and mental health needs

  • Support for students based on his or her individual need

  • Opportunities for students to have structured choice supports, targeted interventions, and/or extended/enrichment learning


Throughout this school year, Foothill’s Guiding Coalition Team monitored the first year implementation of the new bell schedule.  A voting survey was sent to staff through the District’s Human Resources Department for teachers to vote to determine if Foothill should continue with “Falcon FLEX” Period during the 2019-20 school year.  Linked is the MOU (Memorandum of Understanding).  Voting results were 92% in agreement for continuing FLEX for the 2019-20 school year.


Organizations Goals:


Goal 1: To ensure ongoing implementation of research-based assessment strategies that focus on student academic growth and are leveraged to help close achievement and opportunity gaps, as evidenced by CAASPP, District assessments and other metrics.


Goal 2:

To improve Multi-Tiered System of Supports (RTI2 and PBIS), including intervention and enrichment, as evidenced by California Dashboard and internal data sources.


Goal 4:

To build our Professional Learning Community through strengthening employee recruitment, development, and retention strategies to ensure continuity of a high-quality workforce, as evidenced by hiring data, professional development participation, and exit surveys.








 
Recommended Motion:
The Administration recommends that the Board of Trustees review the  2018-19 Foothill High School “Falcon Flex” Period Bell Schedule Update.  A recommendation to approve the 2019-20 Foothill High School “Falcon Flex” Period Bell Schedule will be presented to the Trustees at the May 21st Board of Education Meeting.


Financial Impact:
$2000-$3500 depending on the software program selected




Comments:

Prepared by: Sebastian Bull, Principal, Foothill High School

Reviewed by: Ken Rocha, Director of Secondary Education, Curriculum and Instruction

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

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




Attachments:
A.) FHS Power Point
B.) FHS MOU
12.4. Report and Discussion on the 2019-21 Single Plan (School Plans) for Student Achievement, First Review (20 Minutes)
Speaker:
Pam VandeKamp
Rationale:

Each school year, the principal or designee at every school site works together with the School Site Council (SSC) to review and update their Single Plan (School Plan) for Student Achievement (SPSA). This process begins in September with a review of relevant student performance data, to reveal strengths and challenges and continues throughout the school year culminating in updated plans that reflect the current initiatives and goals at each school site. The strategies and activities to meet these goals are supported by existing resources as reflected in the school budget.

This year, principals used a new format to develop School Plans.  In an effort to reduce redundancies at the local level, the California Department of Education templates for the Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) and the Single Plan for Student Achievement (School Plan) have been designed to work together. The LCAP is a local educational agency (LEA) level planning document with a three-year timeline, while the School Plan is specific to a school site. Despite these differences, the nature of each plan is similar by design. As a result, an LEA and its schools can benefit from the use of a shared vocabulary and planning process that is embedded in a context of continuous improvement.

As part of the presentation, the following principals will share highlights from their Single Plan for Student Achievement:

  • Elementary School - Chris Connor, Walnut Grove Elementary School

  • Middle School - Dr. Jill Butler, Pleasanton Middle School

  • High School - Dana Chavez, Village High School

This Agenda item aligns with District Organizational Goals One and Two:

  • Ensure ongoing implementation of research-based assessment strategies that focus on student academic growth and are leveraged to help close achievement and opportunity gaps.

  • Improve Multi-Tiered Systems of Supports, including appropriate interventions and enrichments











 
Recommended Motion:

The Administration is requesting that the Board of Trustees receive and discuss the first review of the Single Plans for Student Achievement (SPSA) from the District schools.  A recommendation to approve each school's SPSA will be presented at the May 21st Board of Education Meeting. 






Financial Impact:

School sites have referenced allocated budget(s) within their SPSA.


Comments:

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

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

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



Attachments:
A. Single Plans for Student Achievement PPT
12.5. Report and Discussion on the Amador Valley High School Solar Project (5 Minutes)
Speaker:
Micaela Ochoa
Rationale:

Rationale 

Proposition 39, the California Clean Energy Jobs Act, passed by California voters in 2012, allocates $550M annually to the Clean Energy Jobs Creation Fund for five fiscal years beginning in 2013-2014.  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).  Pleasanton Unified School District is a beneficiary of these funds.

On May 26, 2015, the Board of Trustees approved the award of RFP 2014-15.10 for Energy Conservation, Engineering and Expenditure Planning Services for Proposition 39 Projects to Terra Verde Renewable Partnership.

The Administration has been working on the Solar Project at Amador Valley High School, with construction scheduled for the summer/fall of 2019.  We would like to provide the Board of Trustees with an update on the project.

Background

The following provides a timeline of events that have transpired since 2015 that are directly related to the Solar PPA Buy-Down project at Amador Valley High School.

January 17, 2017

The Administration provided the Board of Trustees with an update on Proposition 39 projects, and presented the proposed projects and expenditure plan (Agenda Item 14.6).  At that time, the total Proposition 39 project costs totaled $1.88M.  Of that amount, Amador Valley High School's cost included approximately $581K.

Attachment A provides the breakdown by school that the Administration presented to the Board of Trustees on that date.

April 18, 2017

The Administration recommended that the Board of Trustees ratify the California Energy Commission Approved Energy Expenditure Plan (Agenda Item 14.11).

Attachment B provides the breakdown by school that the Administration recommended the Board of Trustees approve on that date.

February 13, 2018

The Administration recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the amendment to the Proposition 39 Energy Expenditure Plan (Agenda Item 11.9).  The amendment included the following to the prior plan that had been submitted:

1. Add 50 HVAC Unit Replacements at Pleasanton Middle School and
2. Solar PPA Buy-Down Project at Amador Valley High School

Attachment C provides the breakdown by school that the Administration recommended the Board of Trustees approve on that date.  The items bolded under Pleasanton Middle School and Amador Valley High School highlight the major changes from April 18, 2017.  The project cost difference between Apr 18, 2017 and February 13, 2018 is approximately $1.6M.

June 12, 2018

The Administration recommended that the Board consider for approval the solicitation of proposals for solar installation (Agenda Item 11.9).

Attachment D provides the presentation on the solar project that the Administration presented.

Current Status

The Solar Project is scheduled for construction with the front parking lot inaccessible starting this summer and through October 15, 2019.  For the past months, staff have been working on exploring a variety of options to help with the traffic concerns during this time.  Over the past few months, the following items have been explored:

1. Wheels Bus.  Staff initially emailed Wheels in mid March 2019 inquiring about the possibilities of adding bus service to their existing routes.  Wheels stated that they did not have the vehicles for the request and referred PUSD to Michael's Transportation.

2. Michael's Transportation.  The company does not have seat belts on their buses.  This does not comply with PUSD's seat belt policy.  This option is no longer viable.

3. Black Tie Transportation. The cost per bus was too high ($1,352 per bus per day). This option does not appear to be fiscally viable, but staff is inquiring again.

4. Fairgrounds Parking.  We investigated the feasibility of having students park at the Fairgrounds with the District providing bus service to Amador Valley High School using either Michael's or Black Tie.  However, the Fairgrounds charges $2.40 per day per vehicle, plus additional costs for security and supervision.  We then considered having staff park at the Fairgrounds, but we recognize that staff must be on site prior to students due to supervision requirements.  This option is no longer viable.

5. Parking at the Aquatic Center.  The City of Pleasanton's Recreation Manager indicated that this is not possible.

6. Parking at Valley Community Church.  The Church will allow AVHS to use the small parking lot which holds 32 spaces and is a viable option.  We are very grateful to them and we are pursuing this option.

7. Temporary Removal of Permitted Parking in Neighborhoods.  The City of Pleasanton's Traffic Department will not lift the parking permit requirements for the 2-month duration in the neighborhoods.  This option is no longer viable.  City of Pleasanton's Traffic Department communicated to the District that they plan to expand the parking permit perimeters as stated in the Traffic Meeting held on 4/10/2019.

8. Barone's Restaurant. Director of Facilities and Construction spoke to the owner requesting use of the restaurant's parking lot.  The owner will not allow students parking in his lot.  He explained liability issues.

9. JV Softball Field on Campus.  Temporary parking was considered on the field.  Extensive damage to the field with cars parked on it would require repair.  In addition, this option would impact multiple programs on the campus.

10. JV Football and Band Practice. If PUSD were to use the JV Softball Field as temporary parking, PUSD would need to find additional practice spaces for the multiple programs that would be displaced.  PUSD contacted the City of Pleasanton to use neighboring parks to move the Foothill and Band Practice programs on City property.  However, the City of Pleasanton denied the request.

11. Delay or Cancel the Project.  The Solar Array Project is being funded with Proposition 39 Clean Energy Funds.  These funds have an expiration date in the current year.  If PUSD delays or cancels the Project, PUSD would lose approximately $1.3 million dollars for energy efficient projects and to improve facilities (see Attachment C).

12.  Ken Mercer Sports Park Parking Lots.  During the April 10, 2019 Traffic Meeting, the City of Pleasanton's Police Department suggested PUSD contact the City of Pleasanton's Recreation Manager about possibly using the parking lots at Ken Mercer Sports Park as a pick up spot for the students to be bused to AVHS.  On April 16, 2019, the Recreation Manager made it clear that PUSD was not allowed to use the parking lots.

At the April 8, 2019 Joint Meeting with the City Council, Vice-Mayor Karla Brown suggested using Wheels, and that she and Councilmember Pentin are on the Wheels Board.  Thanks to Vice-Mayor Brown and Councilmember Pentin, staff met with Wheels to discuss the following options:

  • Add buses to existing routes that travel to Amador Valley High School
  • Add an earlier bus schedule for students who start school at 7 AM.
  • Add a later bus schedule for students who end school at 4 PM.
  • Allow students to have an Amador Valley High School Student ID to ride the buses free.

Wheels indicated that they would get back to staff by Friday, May 3, 2019.

Staff is also working on the following solutions for traffic mitigation:

1. Private Transportation Companies.  We are checking with other transportation companies for pricing of buses.

2. Additional Bus Pick-Up Spots at PUSD's elementary and middle schools.  Seven possible bus pick-up spots are being considered to pick-up the students using the private transportation companies.

3. Parent/Family Survey.  On April 16, 2019, we emailed a survey to parents to better quantify how many students will choose another form of transportation to school during the first two months of school.

4. We have contacted Bay Area Traffic Solutions (BATS) to inquire how much it would cost the District to hire BATS to direct traffic until 10/15/19.  A Project Manager will contact us to walk the areas and provide us a Proposal.  The Senior Traffic Engineer will provide Google maps where the City will convert the street curbs as loading zones only so that the parents can only pick-up and drop-off.  The parents will not longer be able to arrive early and wait to pick-up their children.

Attachment E provides the survey results.

On May 7, 2019, the Administration would like to provide the Board with an update on the Amador Valley High School Solar Project.

Organizational Goal for 2018-2019: 3. To strengthen District Board Policies and Administrative Regulations which will ensure clarity of direction for staff, as evidenced by Board actions and other data sources.

 
Recommended Motion:

The Administration recommends that the Board receive an update on the Amador Valley High School Solar Project.

Financial Impact:

This item has no financial impact to the District.

Comments:

Prepared by: Micaela Ochoa, Ed.D., Deputy Superintendent, Business Services
Approved by: David Haglund, Ed.D., Superintendent

Attachments:
A. Prop 39 Expenditure Plan - January 2017
B. Prop 39 Expenditure Plan - April 2017
C. Prop 39 Expenditure Plan - February 2018
D. Solar Project Presentation - June 2018
E. Amador Parent/Family Survey Results - April 2019
12.6. Report, Discussion and Possible Action to Approve the Award of Bid 2018-19.19 Roofing at Various Sites to State Roofing Systems, Inc. (5 Minutes)
Speaker:
Myla Y. Grasso
Rationale:

On March 26, 2019, the District issued Bid 2018.19.19 Roofing at Various Sites.  The scope of work includes roofing at Amador Valley High School Building D and Pleasanton Middle School Buildings 200, 300, 400, 500, 600, and 700.  Pricing for two alternates for the Multipurpose Room at Valley View Elementary School and Building A at Donlon Elementary School was also requested.  A copy of the full bid packet (328 pages) is available electronically on request.

On April 9, 2019, a mandatory job walk was held, with eighteen firms represented (see Attachment A).

On April 18, 2019, an addendum was issued to clarify questions posed at the job walk.

On April 23, 2019, bids were due by 2 PM and publicly opened.  The bid results are as follows:


VENDOR

BASE BID

ADDITIVE ALTERNATE #1
VALLEY VIEW MPR

ADDITIVE ALTERNATE #2
DONLON BLDG A

Alcal Speciality Contracting

$734,177

$155,185

$77,242

Best Contracting Services

$618,750

$272,650

$110,000

Premium Roofing

$556,397

$106,161

$51,912

State Roofing Systems, Inc.

$540,000

$158,000

$64,000

Western Roofing Service

$671,212

$129,401

$64,890


The Administration recommends that Bid 2018-19.19 Base Bid and Additive Alternate #2 be awarded to State Roofing Systems, Inc. (the low bidder).  The total value of the bid is $604,000. A copy of State Roofing's response is attached to this item (Attachment B).

The base bid will be funded by Deferred Maintenance, and Alternate #2 will be funded by Routine Restricted Maintenance.

The project may start June 4, 2019 and be completed by August 6, 2019.  Copies of the Notice of Award (Attachment C) and Agreement (Attachment D) are attached to this item.

Organizational Goal for 2018-2019: 5. To improve overall customer service ratings and stakeholder perceptions of the District and of each school within, as evidenced by the ratings on the Annual Benchmark Survey.



 
Recommended Motion:

The Administration recommends that Bid 2018-19.19 Base Bid and Additive Alternate #2 be awarded to State Roofing Systems, Inc., in the amount of $604,000. 


Financial Impact:
$604K from Deferred Maintenance (Fund 14) and Routine Restricted Maintenance (Fund 01)
Comments:
Prepared by:  Myla Y. Grasso, Director of Operations
Prepared by:  Ellen Rebosura, Coordinator of Purchasing, Graphics & Warehouse
Reviewed by:  Micaela Ochoa, Ed.D., Deputy Superintendent, Business Services
Reviewed by:  David Haglund, Ed.D., Superintendent
Attachments:
A. Job Walk Participants
B. State Roofing Response
C. Notice of Award
D. Agreement
12.7. Report, Discussion and Update Regarding Measure I1 Finance Plan, and Potential 2020 Bond Measure (25 Minutes)
Speaker:
Micaela Ochoa
Rationale:

On August 14, 2018, the Administration provided the Board of Trustees with updates on the market, outstanding debt, and Measure I1.  In addition, staff suggested a potential 2020 bond that extends the expiring tax rate.  Staff received direction to wait until Measure I1 facility projects were visible to the community before pursuing another bond measure. 

March 12, 2019

Staff presented a list of unfunded projects, and the idea of moving forward with a potential 2020 bond measure that extends the tax rate.  Attachment A provides the list of unfunded projects that were presented.   

In addition to the list in Attachment A:

The traffic mitigation at the Donlon property remains unfunded.  That estimate is $6.34 M and the detail associated with this project is posted to the District's website.

The estimates for the portable replacement projects/science labs at Foothill High School and Amador Valley High School are over budget. The Board Facility Subcommittee met to discuss the projects status and estimates.  On May 21, 2019, staff will be bringing an update on these projects on May 21.

On May 7, 2019, the Administration would like to present:

1. An update on Measure I1 and a potential 2020 bond that extends the expiring tax rate.  Attachment B provides the update that will be presented.    Attachment B will be posted to the website on May 3, 2019. 

2. Immediate next steps regarding prioritizing a project list for a potential 2020 bond.  The potential next steps include: 

May 2019

In order to prioritize unfunded projects, staff would like to issue a district-wide survey to solicit feedback on project priorities, similar to the process we followed in 2015-16 for Measure I1.     

June 2019

Staff will make a recommendation to the Board of Trustees regarding priority projects to poll/test in the community.

August 2019

Contract with pollster and conduct community-wide polling.

September 2019

Present polling results and make a recommendation to the Board for a March 2020 or November 2020 election.

 

 


 



 


 
Recommended Motion:

The Administration recommends that the Board receive an update on Measure I1, and a Potential 2020 Bond Measure. 

Financial Impact:

This item has no impact on the District at this time. 

Comments:

Prepared by: Micaela Ochoa, Ed.D., Deputy Superintendent, Business Services
Approved by: David Haglund, Ed.D., Superintendent

Attachments:
Attachment A: Unfunded Projects
B. Measure I1 Update - May 2019
12.8. Report and Discussion on 2019-20 Budget Assumptions Document (15 Minutes)
Speaker:
Micaela Ochoa
Rationale:

On March 5, 2019 the Administration met with the Board Budget Subcommittee (BBS) and reviewed the current year budget assumptions.  The BBS provided relevant and helpful feedback, and staff indicated they would update the assumptions with the feedback.  The budget assumptions is a living document that is updated regularly as new information becomes available.

On March 12, 2019, the Administration presented the assumptions with the Second Interim Budget Report to the Pleasanton Unified School District Board of Trustees (Board).  Since this Board Meeting, staff have continued to update the assumptions for 2019-20 Budget Development.

On March 26, 2019, the Administration presented an updated version of the preliminary Budget Assumptions document.  The Administration has made updates.  The updates are included in edit mode (Attachment A).

On May 7, 2019, the Administration would like to present the updated clean version of the Budget Assumptions document (Attachment B) to the Board.  

The Administration recommends that the Board discuss the Budget Assumptions Document for the 2019-20 Budget Development, and provide feedback.

Organizational Goal for 2018-2019: 3. To strengthen District Board Policies and Administrative Regulations which will ensure clarity of direction for staff, as evidenced by Board actions and other data sources.



 
Recommended Motion:
The Administration recommends that the Board discuss the Budget Assumptions Document for the 2019-20 Budget Development.

Financial Impact:

This item has no financial impact on the District.


Comments:

Prepared by: Micaela Ochoa, Ed.D., Deputy Superintendent, Business Services
Reviewed by: David Haglund, Ed.D., Superintendent

Attachments:
A. Budget Assumptions - Edit Mode
B. Budget Assumptions - Clean Version
12.9. Report, Discussion, and Possible Action to Approve the Contract with Pearson for Grades 9-12 Science Instructional Materials (5 Minutes)
Speaker:
Heather Pereira, Jenifer Perazzo
Rationale:

On May 7, 2019, the Board of Trustees approved instructional materials for Science for Grades 9-12.  This item is in regards to Science Instructional Materials from Pearson. 

 Attachment A is the contract for the instructional materials. 

The $637,997.59 is to cover the following: 

CA Miller Levine Biology 2020 - $273,721.41 (Biology)

Pearson Chemistry 2017 - $180,870.15 (Chemistry)

Pearson Physics 2014 - $72,084.30 (Physics) 

Fundamentals of Anatomy and Physiology - $59,088.84 (Anatomy & Physiology) 

The cost is a one-time cost for the life of the adoption, with exception for potential growth in student enrollment or loss or damage to the instructional materials.  The one time cost also provides hard bound textbooks and online access to digital curriculum. Annual costs for student consumable items, as demand fluctuates, is not included. These items will be purchased annually as needed. 

Organizational Goal 1: 

To ensure ongoing implementation of research-based assessment strategies that focus on student academic growth and are leveraged to help close achievement and opportunity gaps, as evidenced by CAASPP, District assessments and other metrics.

The contract attached is not signed by the publisher, we will post the signed copy when it is received.






 
Recommended Motion:

The Administration recommends that the Board of Trustees approve the contract for Grades 9-12 Instructional Materials from Pearson.



Financial Impact:

$ 637,997.59 from the Instructional Materials Adoption Budget


Comments:

Prepared by:  Heather Pereira, Coordinator of Extended Day Academic Intervention Programs

Prepared by:  Jenifer Perazzo, Lead Science Teacher

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

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


Attachments:
A. Contract with Pearson
Updated Quote From Pearson Blue Sheet
12.10. Report, Discussion, and Possible Action to Award the Bid to Integra Construction Services Inc for the Demolition of the Fire Damaged Library at Harvest Park Middle School (5 Minutes)
Speaker:
Nick Olsen
Rationale:

On July 3, 2018, a fire at the Harvest Park Middle School was reported and confirmed by the Livermore Pleasanton Fire Department and Alameda County Fire Department. The fire damage was limited to the school library and campus-wide low voltage systems were also affected.

By June 2018, the District Maintenance Department repaired the low voltage systems including data network, fire alarm, intrusion alarms, and the clock/bell/speaker system with a temporary Main Distribution Frame (MDF) in the Teacher's Lounge.

In August and September 2018, the District Facilities and Construction Department worked with HKIT Architects to install a 40'x48' temporary portable as an interim library building. Furniture was purchased and installed to replace the damaged bookshelves and circulation desk.

In October 2018, the site staff and students occupied the interim library for daily use. 

From November 2018 through January 2019, staff was asked to investigate the feasibility of building a larger library. Due to a lack of funds, the Administration recommends to proceed with rebuilding the existing library with insurance funds, and not build an expanded facility at this time.

On February 6, 2019, the Facilities and Construction Department, Maintenance Department, Keenan Insurance adjuster, Harvest Park Middle School Administration, and Design team held an initial project scoping kickoff meeting at Harvest Park Middle School. 

On March 4, 2019, staff and HKIT Architects held a Pre-Application Meeting at the Division of State Architect Office.

On March 12, 2019, the Board approved the Architectural Service Agreement with HKIT Architects for the Fire Damaged Library Rebuild Project (Project). HKIT Architects was selected for this project from the Board approved architect pool because they are familiar with the project and completed the interim library project phase.

In order to stay on schedule, the Project will be broken up into two phases: demolition and construction. The demolition is scheduled to begin Summer 2019 and continue into construction during the 2019-2020 school year. During the school year, the construction workday on school days is anticipated to start around 2 p.m. and end around 10 p.m. to minimize the impact to the school day.

On April 18, 2019, the District accepted bids for the Project. One bid was received from Integra Construction Services Inc., in the amount of  $397,506.

The Administration recommends the Board award the Bid (Attachment A) to Integra Construction Services Inc., for the Demolition scope of the Fire Damaged Library Rebuild Project at Harvest Park Middle School. 

Organizational Goal for 2018-2019: 4. To build our Professional Learning Community through strengthening employee recruitment, development, and retention strategies to ensure continuity of a high-quality workforce, as evidenced by hiring data, professional development participation, and exit surveys.





 
Recommended Motion:

The Administration recommends the Board award the bid to Integra Construction Services Inc., for the demolition scope of the fire damaged library at Harvest Park Middle School.




Financial Impact:

$397,506 is funded by Keenan Insurance.


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. Integra Construction Bid 2018-19.21_HPMS
B. Notice of Award
C. Agreement_Integra
12.11. Report, Discussion and Possible Action to Approve the Measure I1 Purchase of Chromebooks for the Student Device Initiative - Year 2 (10 Minutes)Was edited within 72 hours of the Meeting
Speaker:
Amy Nichols
Rationale:

Measure I1 includes funding for student devices so that all grade 6-12 students will have access to an internet-enabled Chromebook.  District Administration recommends the use of "take-home" devices, where students are issued a device that they can use at home and at school.  "Bring Your Own Device" (BYOD) will continue to be supported as an option for students who prefer to use their own device. 

District administration has developed a plan to maximize the useful life of the take-home devices.  For the second year of the Student Device initiative:

  • Students in 2019-20 grades 7, 8, 10 and 11 will keep the devices they were issued during the 2018-19 school years
  • Students in grade 6 for the 2019-20 school year will be issued one year old devices that will be turned back in to their middle schools by current grade 8 students

The Administration recommends the purchase of 1400 new devices for these 2019-20 grade 9 students. The recommended purchase for the devices will include carrying cases that will also be issued to the students.  The estimated cost for the devices and cases is $434K.

In order to ensure that the devices are ready for distribution close to the first day of school, District Administration also recommends a "white glove" preparation service, where the vendor will receive and warehouse the Chromebooks in their facility over the summer, and will apply District-provided asset tags, enroll the devices into our Google domain and remove all packaging materials prior to delivery to our campuses.  Deliveries of the devices will be made directly to the high school campuses on the day of the distribution of the devices. The total cost for the "white glove" preparation service is $15K. This service has been competitively bid using the NJPA/Sourcewell contract. 

The total quoted cost for the recommended purchase of all devices, carrying cases and the white glove services is $449K (Attachment B).  Administration recommends the use of the NJPA/Sourcewell piggyback contract for this purchase, and volume pricing has been provided to the District. The detailed Statement of Work for the "white glove" preparation service is included in Attachment C.

 This agenda item aligns with the District's LCAP Goal that "all students, regardless of race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, or gender will be proficient/advanced and college/career ready upon graduation. We will optimize student learning by utilizing innovative technologies."


History:

Date

Event

July 30, 2016

The Board of Trustees voted unanimously to place a $270 million general obligation bond measure, known at I1, on the primary election ballot.The Pleasanton community passed Measure I1 with nearly 24,000 yes votes (69.10%) during the November election.

June 13, 2017

The Board of Trustees approved a project list for the first issuance of Measure I1 bonds, which calls for 1:1 devices for students in grades 6-12 and 3:1 devices for students in grades 4-5.This issuance specifies that device purchases will be financed so that the funds will be paid back over a five-year period to match the expected life of the devices.

December 11, 2018

The Board of Trustees approved the use of the National Joint Powers Alliance (NJPA) / Sourcewell piggyback contract for the purchase of goods and services.

May 8, 2018

The Board of Trustees approved the initial purchase of devices for the first year of the Student Device Initiative.




 
Recommended Motion:

The Administration recommends that the Board of Trustees approve the purchase of 1400 Chromebooks, carrying cases, and white-glove implementation services from CDWG.



Financial Impact:

$449K from Measure I1 Classroom Technology budget, Issuance A

Comments:

Prepared by:  Amy Nichols, Director of Technology Services

Reviewed by:  Micaela Ochoa, Ed. D., Deputy Superintendent, Business Services

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




Attachments:
A. Measure I1 Student Device Initiative Year 2 - May 7, 2019
B. Quote for Purchase of Chromebooks
C. Pleasanton USD_CDW-G_CSOW(Chromebook Services)
12.12. Report, Discussion, and Possible Action to Approve the Contract with Twig Education for Grades K-5 Science Instructional Materials (5 Minutes)
Speaker:
Heather Pereira, Jenifer Perazzo
Rationale:

On May 7, 2019, the Board of Trustees approved instructional materials for Science for Grades K-5.  This item is in regards to Science Instructional Materials from Twig Education. 

 Attachment A is the contract for the instructional materials. 

The $1,183,059.37 is to cover the following: 

Kindergarten - $143,221.00

First Grade - $157,541.00

Second Grade - $179,104.00

Third Grade - $187,619.00

Fourth Grade - $203,192.00

Fifth Grade - $185,415.00

Additional materials (classroom libraries) for all grades - $ 26,800.00

The cost is a one-time cost for the life of the adoption, with exception for potential growth in student enrollment or loss or damage to the instructional materials.  The one time cost provides class packs, science kits, teacher materials, and digital access. Replacement consumable items for the science kits will be ordered and replaced as needed. 

Organizational Goal 1: 

To ensure ongoing implementation of research-based assessment strategies that focus on student academic growth and are leveraged to help close achievement and opportunity gaps, as evidenced by CAASPP, District assessments and other metrics.









 
Recommended Motion:

The Administration recommends that the Board of Trustees approve the contract with Twig Education for Grades K-5 Science Instructional Materials.


Financial Impact:

$1,183,059.37 from the Instructional Materials Adoption Budget

Comments:

Prepared by:  Heather Pereira, Coordinator of Extended Day Academic Intervention Programs

Prepared by:  Jenifer Perazzo, Lead Science Teacher

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

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



Attachments:
A. Contract from Twig Education
12.13. Report, Discussion, and Possible Action to Approve the Contract with Amplify Education, Inc. for Grades 6-8 Science Instructional Materials (5 Minutes)
Speaker:
Heather Pereira, Jenifer Perazzo
Rationale:

On May 7, 2019, the Board of Trustees approved instructional materials for Science for Grades 6-8.  This item is in regards to Science Instructional Materials from Amplify Education. 

 Attachment A is the contract for the instructional materials. 

The $637,996.75 is to cover the following: 

Grade 6 - $186,097.68

Grade 7 - $192,992.60

Grade 8 - $204,888.44

There is a 9.25% tax of $54,018.03 

The cost is a one-time cost for the life of the adoption, with exception for potential growth in student enrollment or loss or damage to the instructional materials.  The one time cost provides classroom bundles, teachers guides, student investigation notebooks, teacher and student digital access, and 1-year of student investigation notebooks.  Not included in the adoption are the replacement consumable materials kits or replacement unit-specific student investigation notebooks. These consumables will be purchased as needed throughout the duration of the adoption. 

Organizational Goal 1: 

To ensure ongoing implementation of research-based assessment strategies that focus on student academic growth and are leveraged to help close achievement and opportunity gaps, as evidenced by CAASPP, District assessments and other metrics.






 
Recommended Motion:

The Administration recommends that the Board of Trustees approve the contract with Amplify Education, Inc. for Grades 6-8 Science Instructional Materials.



Financial Impact:

$637,996.75 from the Instructional Materials Adoption Budget

Comments:

Prepared by:  Heather Pereira, Coordinator of Extended Day Academic Intervention Programs

Prepared by:  Jenifer Perazzo, Lead Science Teacher

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

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



Attachments:
A. Contract with Amplify Education Inc.
12.14. Report, Discussion, and Possible Action to Approve the Contract with McGraw-Hill Education for Grades 9-12 Science Instructional Materials (5 Minutes)
Speaker:
Heather Pereira, Jenifer Perazzo
Rationale:

On May 7, 2019, the Board of Trustees approved instructional materials for Science for Grades 9-12.  This item is in regards to Science Instructional Materials from McGraw-Hill Education. 

 Attachment A is the contract for the instructional materials. 

The $31,379.79 is to cover the following: 

Principles of Zoology - $27,042.51 (Zoology)

Introduction to Plant Biology - $6,134.13 (Botany) 

Taxes and Shipping - $ 4,337.28

The cost is a one-time cost for the life of the adoption, with exception for potential growth in student enrollment or loss or damage to the instructional materials.  The one time cost also provides hard bound textbooks and online access to digital curriculum.   

Organizational Goal 1: 

To ensure ongoing implementation of research-based assessment strategies that focus on student academic growth and are leveraged to help close achievement and opportunity gaps, as evidenced by CAASPP, District assessments and other metrics.






 
Recommended Motion:

The Administration recommends that the Board of Trustees approve the contract with McGraw-Hill Education for Science Instructional Materials.


Financial Impact:

$ 31,379.79 from the Instructional Materials Adoption Budget

Comments:

Prepared by:  Heather Pereira, Coordinator of Extended Day Academic Intervention Programs

Prepared by:  Jenifer Perazzo, Lead Science Teacher

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

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


Attachments:
A. Contract from McGraw Hill
12.15. Report, Discussion and Possible Action to Approve Resolution 2018-2019.29, Excuse the Absence of Trustee Mark Miller on May 21, 2019, Regular Board Meeting (5 Minutes)Was edited within 72 hours of the Meeting
Speaker:
David Haglund
Rationale:

Education Code 35120 and Board Bylaws 9250 (a) require the Board to adopt a resolution to excuse the absence of a trustee from a Board meeting, so that the Board Member may receive the compensation provided for in the Education Code. 

Organizational Goal for 2018-2019: 3. To strengthen District Board Policies and Administrative Regulations which will ensure clarity of direction for staff, as evidenced by Board actions and other data sources.









 
Recommended Motion:

That the Administration adopt Resolution 2018-2019.29 to excuse the absence of Trustee Mark Miller on May 21, 2019, Special Board Meeting.







Financial Impact:

This item has no financial impact to the District.

Comments:

Prepared by: Roseanne Pryor, Administrative Assistant

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

Attachments:
A. Resolution for Trustee Miller's Excused Absence on May 21, 2019
12.16. Report, Discussion and Possible Action to Approve Resolution 2018-2019.30, Excuse the Absence of Trustee Joan Laursen on May 21, 2019, Regular Board Meeting (5 Minutes)
Speaker:
David Haglund
Rationale:

Education Code 35120 and Board Bylaws 9250 (a) require the Board to adopt a resolution to excuse the absence of a trustee from a Board meeting, so that the Board Member may receive the compensation provided for in the Education Code. 

Organizational Goal for 2018-2019: 3. To strengthen District Board Policies and Administrative Regulations which will ensure clarity of direction for staff, as evidenced by Board actions and other data sources.







 
Recommended Motion:

That the Administration adopt Resolution 2018-2019.30 to excuse the absence of Trustee Joan Laursen on May 21, 2019, Regular Board Meeting.








Financial Impact:

This item has no financial impact to the District.

Comments:

Prepared by: Roseanne Pryor, Administrative Assistant

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

Attachments:
A. Resolution for Trustee's Laursen's Excuse on May 21, 2019
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, May 21, 2019.
15. Adjournment
Disability Information:
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Published: May 2, 2019, 4:15 PM

The resubmit was successful.