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REGULAR SESSION
Ravenswood City ESD
April 18, 2019 6:30PM
Board Meeting Room 2120 Euclid Ave. East Palo Alto, CA 94303 The Board will convene at 6:30 p.m., approve the agenda and immediately go into Closed Session. They are expected to resume Open Session at approximately at 7:15 p.m. NOTICE: Trustee Sharifa Wilson will attend the Meeting via teleconference from the following location: 1924 Manton Street, Philadelphia, PA

1. CALL TO ORDER/ROLL CALL
2. APPROVAL OF AGENDA
Quick Summary / Abstract:

The Board will convene at 6:30 p.m., approve the agenda and
immediately go into Closed Session. They are expected to
resume Open Session at approximately at 7:15 p.m. 

3. CLOSED SESSION PURSUANT TO GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 54957:
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Anyone wishing to address the Board on closed session matters may do so at this time.
3.A. PUBLIC EMPLOYEE APPOINTMENT
3.A.1. Consideration to approve the Appointment of a Principal, effective August 1, 2019.
3.A.2. Consideration to approve the Appointment of a Principal, effective August 1, 2019.
3.A.3. Consideration to approve the Appointment of a Vice Principal, effective August 1, 2019.
3.B. PUBLIC EMPLOYEE EMPLOYMENT
3.B.1. Consideration to approve the Probationary Classified Employment of After School Program Class Leader, effective April 10, 2019.
3.B.2. Consideration to approve the Certificated Employment of Summer School Teacher, effective June 20, 2019 through July 19, 2019.
3.C. PUBLIC EMPLOYEE RESIGNATION
3.C.1. Notice of Accepted Resignation of After School Program Class Leader, effective March 22, 2019.
3.C.2. Notice of Accepted Resignation of Paraeducator, effective April 12, 2019.
3.C.3. Notice of Accepted Resignation and Retirement of Teacher, effective June 14, 2019.
3.C.4. Notice of Accepted Resignation and Retirement of Certificated Administrator, effective June 28, 2019.
3.C.5. Notice of Accepted Resignation and Retirement of Classified Manager, effective June 28, 2019.
3.C.6. Notice of Accepted Resignation of Certificated Administrator, effective April 26, 2019.
3.D. PUBLIC EMPLOYEE LEAVES OF ABSENCE
3.D.1. Notice of Family Medical Leave Act concurrent with California Family Rights Act Leave for Paraeducator, effective May 15, 2019 through June 2, 2019.
3.E. PUBLIC EMPLOYEE DISCIPLINE/DISMISSAL/RELEASE
3.E.1. Public Employee Discipline/Dismissal/Release.
3.F. CLOSED SESSION PURSUANT TO GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 54957.6
3.F.1. CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATOR. District Negotiator: Gina Sudaria, Interim Superintendent and Janae H. Novotny, Burke, Williams & Sorensen, LLP. Employee Organization: RTA – CSEA – Unrepresented Parties (Management/Confidential)
3.F.2. CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATOR District Negotiator: Board of Trustees and Rosendo Padilla, Jr., San Mateo County Counsel’s Office Employee Organization: Unrepresented Party (Interim Superintendent)
3.G. CLOSED SESSION PURSUANT TO GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 54956.9:
3.G.1. Conference with Legal Counsel, Existing Litigation pursuant to subdivision (d)(1), Government Code Section 54956.9 Name of the Case: Emma C., et al. v. Delaine Eastin, et al
4. RETURN TO OPEN SESSION
4.A. REPORT OF ACTION TAKEN IN CLOSED SESSION PURSUANT TO GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 54957.1
5. FROM THE FLOOR
Quick Summary / Abstract:

Persons wishing to address the Board on matters NOT on the posted agenda may do so. Speakers are customarily limited to two minutes, but an extension can be provided at the discretion of the Board Chairperson. If there are more than five individuals wishing to speak during Public Comment, the Chairperson may choose to hear some speakers at this time and defer the rest of the speakers to a second Public Comment at the end of the Board meeting. In response to comments on a non-agenda item, the Board may briefly respond to statements made or questions posed as allowed by the Brown Act (Government Code Section 54954.2). However, the Board’s general policy is to receive the comment, and/or refer items to staff for comprehensive action or report.

6. SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE
6.A. Quarterly Report on Williams Uniform Complaints, Education Code §35186
Speaker:
Gina Sudaria
Attachments:
3rd Quarter Williams UCP Report
6.B. Consideration to join the Bay Area Community Health Advisory Council (BACHAC) and the San Mateo Tobacco Education Coalition to support and urge Cities (East Palo Alto, Redwood City, & Daly City)to update their Tobacco Retail License ordinances to include a ban the sales of flavored tobacco.
6.C. Presentation from Education Resource Strategies (SRS)
7. HUMAN RESOURCES
7.A. Consideration to Approve Resolution 1260: Reduction of Classified Services.
Attachments:
Cover Letter
Resolution 1260
8. EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
8.A. First Reading and Action of Board Policy 6178 - Career Technical Education
Speaker:
Lorena Morales-Ellis
Attachments:
BP 6178 CTE
8.B. Consideration to approve the Proposed CTE Elective Course Description
Speaker:
Curriculum & Instruction- Nico Janik
Recommended Motion:

Approving the proposed CTE Elective Course Description will allow Ravenswood Middle School to align their middle school makerspace electives with Career Technical Education (CTE) pathways.




Financial Impact:
There is no financial cost.
Attachments:
CTE Elective Description
9. BUSINESS DEPARTMENT
9.A. Consideration to approve Resolution # 1258 - Resolution for Temporary Interfund Transfer (Loan) at Year End
Speaker:
Steven J. Eichman
Quick Summary / Abstract:

It is not anticipated that temporary interfund borrowing will be required at the end of the 2018-19 fiscal year, but passing Resolution # 1258 provides the District with the ability to Interfund borrow if necessary.

Temporary interfund borrowings are subject to certain limitations:

Shall be repaid in the same year, or in the following year if borrowing takes place within 120 days of the fiscal year end

  • No more than 75% of money held in any fund during the current fiscal year may be transferred

  • Borrowing fund must earn enough income during the current fiscal year to repay the amount transferred

  • Building funds are included in this provision unless the Bond language specifically prohibits borrowing.


Rationale:

The San Mateo County Controller’s Office requires that all district funds must have a positive cash balance by year-end. Education Code Section 42603 (below) allows temporary transfers of monies between funds for payment of obligations. However, a resolution authorizing these transfers must be passed by the District Governing Board no later than June 30 of the fiscal year when the loan is needed.

Education Code 42603

The governing board of any school district may direct that moneys held in any fund or account may be temporarily transferred to another fund or account of the district for payment of obligations. The transfer shall be accounted for as temporary borrowing between funds or accounts and shall not be available for appropriation or be considered income to the borrowing fund or account. Amounts transferred shall be repaid either in the same fiscal year, or in the following fiscal year if the transfer takes place within the final 120 calendar days of a fiscal year. Borrowing shall occur only when the fund or account receiving the money will earn sufficient income, during the current fiscal year, to repay the amount transferred. No more than 75 percent of the maximum of moneys held in any fund or account during a current fiscal year may be transferred.

 
Recommended Motion:
It is recommended that the District approve Resolution # 1258, Temporary Interfund Borrowing.
Financial Impact:

There is no fiscal impact to the District.

Attachments:
Board Cover Memo - Resolution #1258 - Temporary Interfund Borrowing
Resolution #1258 - Temporary Interfund Borrowing
9.B. Consideration to Approve the Contract with Lewis & Tibbitts, Inc. for the Los Robles-Ronald-McNair Academy Site Security Fence and Sidewalk Improvement Project
Speaker:
Steven J. Eichman
Quick Summary / Abstract:

RCSD Administration in conjunction with SVA Architects requested proposals from contractors for the Los Robles-Ronald McNair Academy Site Security Fence and Sidewalk Improvement.  The District advertised for this project in the local newspaper twice and posted the RFI in local trade journals as well.  There was also a job walk at The Los Robles-Ronald McNair Academy campus for all prospective bidders so they had an opportunity to review the areas of work.

Five (5) bid proposals were received and evaluated by District Administration, Telacu Construction Management, and the Architect. By law, the District is required to award the bid to the lowest responsive bidder.

Based on the review and discussions of the proposals received, the recommendation is to award the contract to Lewis & Tibbitts, Inc., which was the lowest responsive bidder. Their bid was for $339,776.00 plus a District allowance of $25,000.00 for a total bid of $364,776.00.


Rationale:

This is the next part of the continuing improvements to the Los Robles-Ronald McNair Academy campus, which one of the goals is ensuring that our students have a safe environment. This project will achieve this by providing a new perimeter site security fence and ADA approach from Las Pulgas Avenue to the Administrative office.  The following is a brief description of the work that will be done for the campus site: 

  • Remove existing cyclone fence and replace with ornamental iron fence to match the new fencing installed last summer

  • New sliding gate and door gates

  • New concrete sidewalk alongside classrooms adjacent to entry driveway

  • New accessible front entrance stair and ramp


 
Recommended Motion:

It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approved the contract with Lewis & Tibbets, Inc.

Financial Impact:

The total estimated cost of the project is $364,776, which will be funded through Measure H bond funds.


Attachments:
Advertisement for Bids
Bid Tabulation - Los Robles-Ronald McNair Fencing
Board Cover Memo - Los Robles-Ronald McNair Academy - Fencing
Galeb Paving Bid
Golden Bay Fence Bid
Guerra Construction Group Bid
JPB Bid
Lewis & Tibbits Bid
Los Robles-Ronald Mcnair Academy - Addendum 1
Los Robles-Ronald Mcnair Academy - Addendum 2
Los Robles-Ronald Mcnair Academy - Addendum 3
Los Robles-Ronald Mcnair Academy - Amendment Documents
Los Robles-Ronald Mcnair Academy - Construction Documents
Los Robles-Ronald Mcnair Academy - Job Walk Sign In Sheet
Los Robles-Ronald Mcnair Academy - Supplemental Conditions
9.C. Consideration to Approve the Contract with Overhaul Construction, Inc. for Roof Installation/Renovation at the Willow Oaks Campus
Speaker:
Steven J. Eichman
Quick Summary / Abstract:

RCSD Administration in conjunction with The Garland Company, Inc., roof materials supplier, requested proposals from contractors for the installation of the Garland roofing materials at Willow Oaks Elementary School.  The District advertised for this project in the local newspaper twice and posted the RFI in local trade journals as well.  There was also a job walk at the Willow Oaks campus for all prospective bidders so they had an opportunity to review the areas of work.

Six (6) bid proposals were received and evaluated by District Administration, Telacu Construction Management, and The Garland Company.  A seventh bid was received after the 10:00am bid deadline on April 10, 2019 and was left sealed.  By law, the District is required to award the bid to the lowest responsive bidder.

Based on the review and discussions of the proposals received, the recommendation is to award the contract to Overland Construction, Inc., which was the lowest responsive bidder. Their bid was for $109,000.


Rationale:

This is the next part of the continuing improvements to the Willow Oaks Elementary School campus, which one of the goals is ensuring that our students have a safe environment.  This project will achieve this by providing roofing renovation for the two buildings that house classrooms and administration offices.  The following is a brief description of the work that will be done for the campus: 

  • Power wash roof free of all dirt and debris including gutters and downspouts

  • Repair roofing membrane and prime roof with specified Garland material

  • Install specified gravel

 
Recommended Motion:

It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the contract with Overhaul Construction, Inc.

Financial Impact:

The total estimated cost of the project is $109,000.00 which will be funded through Measure H bond funds.

Attachments:
Bid Walk Sign In Sheet
Board Cover Memo - Contract with Overhaul Construction for Willow Oaks Roof
Willow Oaks - Addendum 1
Willow Oaks - Advertisements
Willow Oaks - Bid Tabulation
Willow Oaks - Construction Documents
Willow Oaks - Contractor Business Cards
Willow Oaks - Project Specification Packet
Willow Oaks - Supplemental Conditions
Willow Oaks Roof Renovation - Andy's Roofing Company Bid
Willow Oaks Roof Renovation - Brazos Bid
Willow Oaks Roof Renovation - California Roofing Bid
Willow Oaks Roof Renovation - Legacy Roofing & Waterproofing Bid
Willow Oaks Roof Renovation - Overhaul Construction Bid
Willow Oaks Roof Renovation - Stronger Building Services Bid
9.D. Consideration to Approve the Contract with Lewis & Tibbits for Kindergarten Playground Modification at Costano Elementary School
Speaker:
Steven J. Eichman
Quick Summary / Abstract:

RCSD Administration in conjunction with SVA Architects requested proposals from contractors for the Costano Elementary School Kindergarten Playground Modification.  The District advertised for this project in the local newspaper twice and posted the RFI in local trade journals as well.  There was also a job walk at Costano Elementary School campus for all prospective bidders so they had an opportunity to review the areas of work.

Three (3) bid proposals were received and evaluated by District Administration, Telacu Construction Management, and the Architect.  By law, the District is required to award the bid to the lowest responsive bidder. Based on the review and discussions of the proposals received, the recommendation is to award the contract to Lewis & Tibbits, Inc., which was the lowest responsive bidder. Their bid was for $462,856.00.


Rationale:

This is the next part of the continuing improvements to the Costano Elementary School campus, which one of the goals is ensuring that our students have a safe environment. This project will achieve this by providing a new kindergarten playground.  The following is a brief description of the work that will be done for the campus site: 

  • All site work for kinder area, including grading, new asphalt, fencing and striping
  • Prepare playground for structures (separate contractor)

 
Recommended Motion:

It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the contract with Lewis & Tibbits, Inc.

Financial Impact:

The total estimated cost of the project is $462,856, which will be funded through Measure H bond funds.

Attachments:
Board Cover Memo - Costano Playground Contract Award
Costano Playground - Addendum 1
Costano Playground - Addendum 2
Costano Playground - Advertisement
Costano Playground - Bid Tabulation Form
Costano Playground - Construction Documents
Costano Playground - Pre-Bid Walk Sign In Sheet
Costano Playground - Supplemental Conditions
Costano Playground Modification - Galeb Paving, Inc. Bid
Costano Playground Modification - Guerra Construction Group Bid
Costano Playground Modification - Lewis & Tibbits Bid
9.E. Presentation on the A La Carte Food Program
Speaker:
Steven J. Eichman
Quick Summary / Abstract:

Joint Venture Silicon Valley has created Silicon Valley Food Rescue, a sustainable system that reduces hunger and waste by rescuing edible food before it burdens landfills and distributing the surplus to people in need throughout the region.

Silicon Valley Food Rescue has a three-pronged plan:

  1. A mobile food distribution model unique to this region called A La Carte! An original concept, A La Carte is a fleet of trucks resembling its trendy food truck cousins, that drive all over the region collecting surplus prepared and packaged food from corporate and university campuses, cafeterias, commissaries, and catered events for delivery directly into neighborhoods with high density populations of people in need. A La Carte offers a no-cost, normal, convenient, and dignified experience as people struggle to feed themselves and their families.
  2. An expansion of Grocery Rescue. Most edible food thrown into landfills comes from wholesale and retail food outlets, dairies, meat packers, food manufacturers, and farms. Silicon Valley Food Rescue hopes to form an alliance between Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties to amplify the work of Second Harvest Food Bank that currently serves both counties. A regional approach will most efficiently reduce waste and feed all residents living with daily food insecurity. Central triage centers need to be built for sorting surplus into user-friendly quantities ready for distribution to feeding agencies throughout the area.
  3. An organization called Silicon Valley Food Rescue Association will be formed for communication and education of food rescuers and feeding agencies. All will be encouraged to join.

 A La Carte is a fleet of refrigerated food trucks that resemble their trendy food truck cousins, but without cooking and washing facilities. Every day the trucks collect surplus edible food from university and corporate campuses and drive directly into neighborhoods where a high concentration of people living with daily food insecurity can have a normal, dignified experience as they select meals free of charge. To alleviate any barriers, no registration is required; no personal information is gathered.


Rationale:

In Silicon Valley, a staggering one in four adults and one in three children are food insecure or at risk of hunger. In Santa Clara County alone, there are more than 200,000 people living under the poverty line. Each year, according to Second Harvest Food Bank of Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties, Santa Clara County is nearly 150 million meals short of feeding its most vulnerable population, while over 34 million pounds of edible food is thrown into our landfills. As part of Santa Clara County’s efforts to reduce edible food waste and feed people living with daily food insecurity in the region, Santa Clara County has partnered with Joint Venture Silicon Valley to create an initiative designed to address the issues of hunger and waste. It is called A La Carte.

 
Financial Impact:
There is no fiscal impact to the District.
Attachments:
Board Cover Memo - A La Carte Presentation
What is A La Carte
9.F. Consideration to Approve the 2019-20 In Lieu Prop 39 Facilities Use Agreement - KIPP Valiant Community Prep Charter School
Speaker:
Steven J. Eichman
Quick Summary / Abstract:

Pursuant to California's Proposition 39, school districts are required to share public school facilities with eligible charter schools operating within their jurisdictional boundaries.  KIPP Valiant Community Prep Charter School (KIPP) has been and continues to be eligible for an allocation of District facilities for its in-District (Ravenswood resident) students based on its current (2018-2019) and projected (2019-2020) enrollment and is currently operating in a co-location arrangement on the Brentwood Academy and Los Robles/Ronald McNair Academy sites. 

Consistent with the requirements of Prop 39, the District provided KIPP with a preliminary facilities proposal for the 2019-2020 school year on February 17, 2019, which identified a facilities solution encompassing classrooms at both Brentwood Academy and Ravenswood Middle School.  In their March 11, 2019 statutory response, KIPP objected to the District's proposal and made a counter-proposal, which would keep KIPP at its current Brentwood Academy – Los Robles/Ronald McNair Academy co-location site for one more year.

District administrative staff, in specific coordination and consultation with site leaders at both Brentwood Academy and Los Robles/Ronald McNair Academy reviewed the KIPP counter proposal and determined that it was feasible in principle.  The District is accordingly recommending a co-location facilities solution for the 2019-2020 school year that allocates KIPP exclusive use of 25 classrooms and certain restrooms located on the Brentwood and Los Robles/Ronald McNair sites, with shared use of other facilities consistent with applicable law. 

Attached for the Board's consideration and recommended approval is a Facilities Use Agreement between the District and KIPP Valiant Community Prep Charter School in lieu and in satisfaction of the District's obligations under Proposition 39 and its implementing regulations. 


Rationale:

Through this agreement, the District would satisfy its obligations under Proposition 39 for the 2019-2020 school year.


 
Recommended Motion:

It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the Facilities Use Agreement between the District and KIPP Valiant Community Prep for the 2019-2020 School Year as presented.

Financial Impact:

The in lieu Prop 39 Facilities Use Agreement includes provision for charging KIPP a pro rata share of the District's maintenance and facilities costs paid as authorized by law.  That charge is based on the total square footage of space (interior and exterior space, whether exclusive or shared use) allocated to KIPP. 

Attachments:
Cover Memo - 2019-20 KIPP In Lieu Facilities Use Agreement
9.G. Consideration to Approve the Contract with Community Playgrounds, Inc. for the Costano Elementary School Kindergarten Playground
Speaker:
Steven J. Eichman
Quick Summary / Abstract:
RCSD Administration in conjunction with SVA Architects and Landscape Consultant, ANLA, requested informal proposals from three (3) qualified companies for the design, supply, and installation of new kindergarten playground structures and Pour In Place surfacing at the Costano Elementary School.  Bidders were invited to see the site.  Telacu’s Project Manager arranged individual site walks for all of the three (3) bidders.  

Three (3) bids were received and evaluated by District Administration, Telacu Construction Management, SVA, and ANLA.  By law, the District is required to award the bid to the lowest responsive bidder.

Based on the review and discussions of the proposals received, the recommendation is to award the contract to Community Playgrounds, Inc. which was the lowest responsive bidder. Their bid was for $142,965.


Rationale:

This is the next part of the continuing improvements to the Costano Elementary School campus, where one of the goals is ensuring that our students have a safe environment to learn and play.  This project is consistent with this goal by providing the first kindergarten playground at this campus.  The following is a brief description of the work that will be done: 

  • Design playground structures per specified criteria as provided by SVA Architects

  • Purchase and store equipment locally until Notice To Proceed is given to contractor by Construction Manager

  • Pour footings and install playground equipment

  • Install Pour in Place rubber surfacing

 
Recommended Motion:

It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the contract with Community Playgrounds, Inc.

Financial Impact:

The total estimated cost of the project is $142,965.00 which will be funded through Measure H bond funds.

Attachments:
Board Cover Memo - Costano Playground Structure Contract - Community Playgrounds
Costano Elementary Playground - Community Playgrounds, Inc. Bid
Costano Elementary Playground - KYA Services Bid
Costano Elementary Playground - Miracle Playsystems Bid
Costano Playground Structure - Addendum 1
Costano Playground Structure - Bid Tabulation Form
Costano Playground Structure - Request for Proposal
9.H. Consideration to Approve the Contract with The Garland Company for Purchase of Supplies & Materials for the Willow Oaks Campus Roof Renovation
Speaker:
Steven J. Eichman
Quick Summary / Abstract:

The Garland Company, Inc. was the supplier for all of the ‘warm and safe’ roofing projects throughout the districts during the summers of 2016 and 2017.  The Garland Company, Inc. has a California Multiple Award Schedule (CMAS) Agreement on file with the district of Ravenswood.  RCSD Administration requested a proposal from The Garland Company, Inc., to supply the same roofing materials for the roof renovation at Willow Oaks Elementary School.


Rationale:

This is the next part of the continuing roof improvements to the Willow Oaks Elementary School campus, which one of the goals is ensuring that our students have a safe environment.  This project will achieve this by providing roofing renovation for the two buildings that house classrooms and administration offices. 

 
Recommended Motion:

It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the roofing materials supply contract with The Garland Company, Inc.

Financial Impact:

The total estimated cost of the project is $182,121.84 which will be funded through Measure H bond funds.

Attachments:
Board Cover Memo - Willow Oaks Roof Materials - Garland Roofing
Willow Oaks - Garland Roofing - CMAS Contract
Willow Oaks - Garland Roofing Proposal
Willow Oaks - Garland Roofing Proposal - Limit of Work
9.I. Consideration to Amend the Lease with San Mateo County Office of Education (SMCOE) & IHSD
Speaker:
Steven J. Eichman
Quick Summary / Abstract:

The San Mateo County Office of Education (SMCOE) remains committed to supporting preschool education within the boundaries of the Ravenswood City School District. But the SMCOE is not able to accommodate the addition of additional preschool classrooms for the 2019-20 school year.

To further their purpose, SMCOE proposes adding another vendor/partner to the team at the Ravenswood Child Development Center to provide services under the California State Preschool program, namely The Primary School. The number of preschool slots would not increase – SMCOE would just have an additional partner at the site providing the same services as IHSD to low-income children under the State Preschool Program.

At the next regularly scheduled Board meeting Administration will present an Amendment to the original Facilities Use Agreement with the SMCOE.
Rationale:

Section 8.02 of the Facilities Use Agreement between the Ravenswood City School District and the SMCOE provides that the SMCOE may assign the "Agreement in whole or in part to any other vendors, subcontractors, or other entities to use the Facilities or any portion thereof to provide child care and development services" with the prior written consent of the District, which shall not be unreasonably withheld.

 
Recommended Motion:
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the amending of the current lease to include the subleasing of rooms to The Primary School for the 2019-20 school year.
Financial Impact:
There is no fiscal impact to the District.
Attachments:
Board Cover Memo - Consideration to Amend the Contract with SMCOE & IHSD
IHSD - SMCOE - Signed Facilities Use Agreement for 2018-19
SMCOE Letter - Requesting Contract Amendment for 2019-20
The Primary School - 2nd Amendment for 2018-19
10. CONSENT AGENDA
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Board action to approve the following items is taken simultaneously with one motion to “approve the consent agenda,” which is not debatable and which requires a unanimous vote for passage. If any member of the Board, the Superintendent, or the Public so requests, any item shall be removed from this section and placed in the regular order of business. The action indicated on each item is deemed to have been considered in full, and action taken by the Board as worded therein.
10.A. Consideration to Approve Payments to Vendors for the Period of March 1 to 31, 2019
Quick Summary / Abstract:

Payments to Vendors, March 1 to 31, 2019


Recommended Motion:

The Board of Trustees approves the payments to vendors during the month of March 2019

 
Financial Impact:

Total amount of vendor payments is $1,655,164.64

Attachments:
Board Cover Memo - Payment of Vendors - March 2019
March 2019 Vendor Payment Detail
10.B. Consideration to approve the Following Contracts: 1) WestEd, 2) Sewa International, 3) Nuestra Casa, 4) Fagen Friedman & Fulfrost, LLP, 5-8) SVA, 9) Sodexo America, LLC
Speaker:
Steven J. Eichman
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The Board of Trustees will consider approval of current request from various schools and departments to hire individual contracts or consulting firms to provide specified services.
Rationale:
Proposals of contracted services typically appear on every Board meeting agenda.
 
Recommended Motion:
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve these contracts.
Financial Impact:
Addressed individually on the summary sheet.
Attachments:
Contracts - Detail - 4-18-19
Contracts Summary - 4-18-19
10.C. Consideration to Approve a Request to Send a Selected Group of 8th Graders from Costano to Washington, D.C.
Speaker:
Lorena Morales-Ellis
Quick Summary / Abstract:

Approve the request to send selected group of 8th graders to Washington D.C. from the Costaño home of the 49er Academy from May 19th- May 22rd.  Two certificated staff will be attending to provide support and supervision to 20 students.

 


Financial Impact:

There is no fiscal impact to the Ravenswood City School District this trip at $31,572 is fully funded by 49er Academy which includes transportation, room and board, food cost, and teacher compensation.


Attachments:
2018-19 Washington D.C. Board Recommendation
Cover Letter
SF 49er Insurance
11. BOARD OF TRUSTEES
11.A. Consideration to approve Resolution 1259 – Board Members Excused Absences.
Attachments:
Resolution 1259, Excused Absences
11.B. Board Reports/Communications
11.C. Next Regular Board Meeting: May 9, 2019.
12. ADJOURNMENT

Published: April 15, 2019, 3:28 PM

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