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REGULAR BOARD MEETING
Scotts Valley USD
February 13, 2018 5:00PM
CLOSED SESSION: 5:00 pm PUBLIC SESSION: 6:00 pm SCOTTS VALLEY CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS One Civic Center Drive Scotts Valley, CA 95066

A. CALL TO ORDER
B. CLOSED SESSION
B.1. Conference with Legal Counsel Regarding -Anticipated Litigation - Significant Exposure to Litigation Pursuant to Paragraph (2) of Subdivision (d) of Section 54956.9: 1 Case
B.2. Conference with Legal Counsel Regarding Pending Litigation pursuant to paragraph (1) of subdivision (d) of Government Code section 54956.9.
B.3. Anticipated Litigation Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(c)
B.4. Update on Collective Bargaining Proceedings, Pursuant to Government Code Section 3549.1(d). Executive session between the public school employer and it's designated representative, Tanya Krause, for the purpose of giving direction regarding negotiations with Scotts Valley Education Association and other employee groups.
C. OPENING PROCEDURES FOR PUBLIC SESSION
C.1. CALL TO ORDER
C.2. TELECONFERENCE
Comments:

This meeting is being conducted by teleconference at the following location: 

2050 Nuuanu Avenue, Suite 305, Honolulu, HI 96817

This teleconference location is open to the public and any member of the public has an opportunity to address the School Board from the teleconference location in the same manner as if that person attended the regular meeting location.  The School Board will control the conduct of the meeting and determine the appropriate order and time limitations on public comments from the teleconference location. 


C.3. FLAG SALUTE
C.4. CLOSED SESSION ACTION REPORT
C.4.a. Conference with Legal Counsel Regarding -Anticipated Litigation - Significant Exposure to Litigation Pursuant to Paragraph (2) of Subdivision (d) of Section 54956.9: 1 Case
C.4.b. Conference with Legal Counsel Regarding Pending Litigation pursuant to paragraph (1) of subdivision (d) of Government Code section 54956.9.
C.4.c. Anticipated Litigation Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(c)
C.4.d. Update on Collective Bargaining Proceedings, Pursuant to Government Code Section 3549.1(d). Executive session between the public school employer and it's designated representative, Tanya Krause, for the purpose of giving direction regarding negotiations with Scotts Valley Education Association and other employee groups.
C.5. SET THE AGENDA
D. BOARD UPDATE/DISCUSSION
E. SUPERINTENDENT’S REPORT
F. STUDENT ADVISORY MEMBER’S REPORT
G. SCZCSBA REPORT
H. SVEA REPORT
I. SVEF REPORT
Minutes:
J. MATTERS FROM THE PUBLIC – ORAL
Quick Summary / Abstract:

Members of the audience are welcome to address the Board at this time during the meeting regarding items NOT listed on this agenda. The Trustees may ask questions for clarity but cannot take action on those matters until such matters are appropriately placed on a future agenda, according to law.

The Governing Board may prohibit members of the public, who speak during the time permitted on the agenda for public expression, from commenting on matters that are not within the subject matter jurisdiction of the governing body. The Governing Board retains the discretion to adopt regulations at its meetings, which may limit the time for public discussion of items within its subject matter jurisdiction. Open Public Discussion at the beginning of the meeting is limited to 15 minutes. For the record, please state your name at the beginning of your statement.


K. EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
K.1. School Accountability Report Cards (SARCs) 2016-17
Speaker:
Michelle Stewart
Rationale:

In November 1988, California voters passed Proposition 98, also known as The Classroom Instructional Improvement and Accountability Act. This ballot initiative provides California's public schools with a stable source of funding. In return, all public schools in California are required annually to prepare SARCs and disseminate them to the public. SARCs are intended to provide the public with important information about each public school and to communicate a school's progress in achieving its goals.

In the years since the passage of Proposition 98, additional requirements for school accountability reporting and dissemination have been established through legislation.Most SARC requirements are codified in California Education Code (EC) Sections 33126 and 33126.1. In addition, similar requirements are contained in the federal Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) legislation.


 
Financial Impact:

None

Quick Summary / Abstract:

State law requires that the SARC contain all of the following: demographic data, school safety and climate for learning information, academic data, school completion rates, class sizes, teacher and staff information, curriculum and instruction descriptions, postsecondary preparation information, fiscal and expenditure data, and adequate yearly progress. By law, SARCs must be posted annually online by February 1st.

The entire SARC can be viewed online, and sites are required to provide printed copies for those who request them.          


Attachments:
a. SARCs Presentation
b. SARC 2017 Brook Knoll
c. SARC 2017 Vine Hill
d. SARC 2017 Scotts Valley Middle School
e. SARC 2017 Scotts Valley High School
K.2. Scotts Valley High School K Street Academy
Speaker:
Michelle Stewart, Michael Hanson
Financial Impact:

Funding will come from the LCAP Supplemental, College Readiness Block Grant, general funds and developer fee funds.

The program will potentially keep students in the district, therefore creating more revenue from ADA.   Additionally, in 2018-19, it will allow the district to retain a 1.0 FTE teacher at the high school.




Attachments:
K Street Academy Presentation
L. ADMINISTRATION
L.1. 2018 CSBA Delegate Assembly Election
Speaker:
Tanya Krause
Quick Summary / Abstract:

CSBA Delegate elections occur annually, and each delegate serves a two-year term.


Attachments:
CSBA Delegate Assembly Ballot
M. BOARD POLICIES - FIRST READING
Rationale:

BP 1325 - Advertising and Promotion (BP revised) Policy updated to reflect NEW LAW (AB 841) which prohibits advertising of foods or beverages during the school day, including participation in a corporate incentive program that rewards students with free or discounted foods or beverages, unless the food or beverage complies with nutritional standards. Policy also clarifies court decisions regarding advertisements containing religious viewpoints.

BP 3100 – Budget (BP revised) Policy updated to reflect NEW LAW (SB 751) which provides that, if the amount of monies in the state Public School System Stabilization Account is three percent or more of the combined total of general fund revenues appropriated for school districts and allocated local proceeds of taxes, the district's combined assigned or unassigned ending general fund balance must not exceed 10 percent of those funds in the immediately following fiscal year, unless the district is a basic aid district, is a district with average daily attendance of 2,500 or less, or is exempted by the county superintendent of schools under extraordinary fiscal circumstances.

BP 3550 - Food Service-Child Nutrition Program (BP revised) Revise last paragraph of BP as follows: The Superintendent or designee shall annually report to the Board on student participation in the district's nutrition programs and the extent to which the district's food services program meets state and federal nutrition standards for foods and beverages. IN ADDITION, THE SUPERINTENDENT OR DESIGNEE SHALL PROVIDE ALL NECESSARY AND AVAILABLE DOCUMENTATION REQUIRED FOR THE ADMINISTRATIVE REVIEW CONDUCTED BY THE CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION (CDE) TO ENSURE THE FOOD SERVICE PROGRAM'S COMPLIANCE WITH FEDERAL REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO NUTRITION STANDARDS, MEAL PATTERNS, PROVISION OF DRINKING WATER, SCHOOL MEAL ENVIRONMENT, FOOD SAFETY, AND OTHER AREAS AS REQUIRED BY THE CDE. Rationale: To reflect new state monitoring process for food services, effective beginning in the 2013-14 school year. Each district that participates in the National School Lunch Program, School Breakfast Program, Seamless Summer Feeding Option, and/or other federal meal program is reviewed at least once every three years under the CDE's Administrative Review. As updated in December 2013, BP 3551 - Food Service Operations/Cafeteria Fund reflects provisions of the Administrative Review that pertain to resource management.


 



 
Attachments:
BP 1325 REDLINE Advertising and Promotion
BP 3100 NEW Budget
BP 3550 REDLINE Food Service-Child Nutrition Program
N. CONSENT AGENDA
N.1. Board Meeting Minutes for the January 23, 2018 Board Meeting
Attachments:
Board Meeting Minutes 012318
N.2. Approve the Warrant Register for February 13, 2018
Attachments:
Warrant Register 021318
N.3. Approve and Adopt Board Policies Presented for First Reading on January 23, 2018
Attachments:
a. BP 0000 Vision
b. AR 0000 Vision
c. BP 0100 Philosophy
d. BP 1113 District and School Web Sites
e. AR 1113 District and School Web Sites
f. BP 4119.21 Professional Standards
g. BP 6020 Parent Involvement
h. AR 6020 Parent Involvement
i. BP 6146.1 High School Graduation Requirements
j. AR 6146.1 High School Graduation Requirements
k. BP 6178.1 Work-Based Learning
l. AR 6178.1 Work-Based Learning
N.4. Overaa Change Orders
Speaker:
Tanya Krause
Financial Impact:

These change order requests come from Measure A.

Quick Summary / Abstract:

Overaa Construction, CAW Architects, and SVUSD have been working through change orders as they arise.  The change orders to date, represent unforeseen circumstances and mitigations necessary to move the project forward. 


Attachments:
Overaa Change Order part 1
Overaa Change Order part 2
Overaa Change Order part 3
Overaa Change Order part 4
Overaa Change Order part 5
Overaa Change Order part 6
Overaa Change Order part 7
Overaa Change Order part 8
Overaa Change Order part 9
N.5. Certificated Personnel Action Report
Rationale:

As per the agreement between Scotts Valley Education Association and the District, leaves may be approved at the discretion of the Board of Trustees.  

As per Board Policy 4117.2 the Board authorizes the Superintendent or designee to accept the written resignation of an employee and to set its effective date. 






  
































 
Financial Impact:
Approximately $15,000 for substitute costs.






Attachments:
Certificated Action Report
N.6. Classified Personnel Action Report
Rationale:

As per Board Policy 4211 the Superintendent or designee shall determine the personnel needs of the district and make recommendations to the Board of Trustees for employment.







 
Financial Impact:
Included in 2017-18 budget.


Attachments:
Classified Personnel Action Report
O. UPCOMING ACTIVITIES IN THE DISTRICT
Attachments:
Upcoming Activities in the District
P. FUTURE MEETING DATES
Attachments:
Future Board Meeting Dates
Q. ADJOURNMENT

The resubmit was successful.