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REGULAR MEETING AGENDA (AMENDED)
Alpine USD
April 09, 2019 4:30PM
Administrative Services Annex, 43 Hawkside Drive, Markleeville, CA 96120

1. CALL TO ORDER / ROLL CALL / PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The Governing Board reserves the right to take items in a different order to accomplish business in the most efficient manner.
1.A. Agenda Approval
2. CLOSED SESSION ITEMS
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Welcome to a meeting of the Alpine County Unified School District Board of Trustees.  At this time, the Board of Trustees will listen to communication from the public on any Closed Session items.  Please limit comments to three minutes per person.

2.A. Announcement of Items to be Discussed in Closed Session
2.B. Public Comment on Items to be Discussed in Closed Session
2.C. Closed Session
2.C.1. Public Employee Employment per Government Code section 54957
2.C.1.a. Title: Interim Superintendent
2.D. Open Session - Call to Order
2.E. Public Comment on Action Taken in Closed Session
3. HEARING OF THE PUBLIC
Quick Summary / Abstract:

The law allows the public to address the Governing Board on any matter, whether or not it is on the agenda, but the law prohibits action by the Governing Board on nonagenda items.  Board Bylaw 9323 states that “Individual speakers shall be allowed three minutes to address the Board on each agenda or nonagenda item.  The Board shall limit the total time for public input on each item to 20 minutes.  With Board consent, the president may increase or decrease the time allowed for public presentation, depending on the topic and the number of persons wishing to be heard. The president may take a poll of speakers for or against a particular issue and may ask that additional person speak only if they have something new to add.”


4. PRESENTATIONS
5. STAFF/DEPARTMENT/BOARD REPORTS
5.A. 2019-2020 Bear Valley Enrollment Discussion and Update
Rationale:

Current confirmed enrollment for 19-20 is 7 students. 

 
6. CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Information concerning the following consent items has been forwarded to each board member for study prior to this meeting. Unless a board member has a  question concerning a particular item and asks that it be withdrawn from the consent list, the items are approved at one time by the Governing Board
6.A. Special Board Meeting Minutes April 3, 2019
Attachments:
Special USD Board Minutes 4-3-19
6.B. LCAP Workshop & Special Board Meeting Minutes March 29, 2019
Attachments:
LCAP Workshop / Special Board Meeting Minutes 3-29-19
6.C. Regular Board Meeting minutes of March 12, 2019
Attachments:
Regular USD Board Minutes 3/12/19
6.D. Board Payment Report
Attachments:
Board Payment Report 3-12-19
Board Payment Report 3-26-19
6.E. April 2019 Quarterly Report stating zero complaints have been filed regarding the Williams Uniform Complaint Procedures regarding textbooks and instructional materials, teacher vacancy or misassignments, and facilities conditions
Attachments:
Williams Uniform Complaint Quarterly Report - District
6.F. Overnight field trip to Great Basin Outdoor School, Glenbrook, NV; May 28, 2019 through May 31, 2019 for 6th grade
Attachments:
Overnight Field Trip Request
6.G. Request for reimbursement for Dr. Patrick Traynor of items dated beyond the 60-day reimbursement period
Attachments:
Traynor - Expense Report
6.H. Special Board Meeting Minutes April 3, 2019
7. COMMUNICATIONS
8. ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS
8.A. Superintendent’s Report
8.B. Principal’s Report
8.C. Business Manager’s Report
9. ACTION ITEMS
9.A. Unfinished Business
9.B. New Business
9.B.1. Approve the individual District 2019-2020 Certificated contract renewals
Attachments:
2019-20 Certificated Contracts
9.B.2. Approve Contract for Interim Superintendent
Financial Impact:






9.B.3. Set dates for public hearings for the 2019-2020 Local Control Accountability Plan and 2019-2020 Budget
9.B.4. Set dates for approval of 2019-2020 Local Control Accountability Plan and 2019-2020 Budget
9.B.5. Approve Resolution D18-19-12 for exemption to the separation-from-service requirement pursuant to section 24214.5 or 26812 of the education code.
Attachments:
Resolution D18-19-12 Exemption to Separation
9.B.6. Approve Resolution D18-19-13: Resolution to Allow Board Members to be paid for Non-Attendance per EC 35120 for the CURRENT Board Meeting
Attachments:
Resolution D18-19-13 Paid for Non-Attend
10. OTHER REPORTS
11. INFORMATION/DISCUSSION ITEMS
11.A. Discuss logistics and requirements for joining Tah-Neva League
Rationale:

It has been communicated that participation in a sports league has been a desire of parents, students, and community. Earlier this school year, Lia Story reached out to the Tah-Neva league asking about requirements and logistics of DVES becoming a member. On Friday, May 17th  the league is having their annual league meeting where they review and approve new membership. Along with several small schools petitioning to join, DVES, if supported by the board, will present current enrollment, ability to host home games, location of the site and commitment level for the following school year. If voted in we will be given probationary status for one year and then reviewed again for permanent status at the 2020 league meeting. Other small school petitioning to join the league are Lake Tahoe School, Doral, Sage Ridge, Tahoe Expedition Academy. 

For the 2018-19 school year DVES student-athletes had the opportunity to participate in Cross Country, Basketball (coed), Girls Volleyball and Track. Current Cross Country and Track teams do participate in Tah-Neva meets but are required to pay a fee for each meet. If we became members we would not be required to pay a fee. By joining a league basketball and volleyball would be able to participate in league play with multiple games, which are currently difficult to schedule as most teams have full schedules and are part of various leagues. 

The league constitution / requirements have been attached for your review and Ms Story will be onsite to review other requirements and help facilitate discussion. A summarized version of the key requirements is below:

Required Participation for probationary 19-20 
  • 7th and 8th Grade Girls Basketball Teams (September / October) 
  • 7th and 8th Grade Boys Basketball Teams (November / December)
  • 7th and 8th Grade Girls Volleyball Teams (January / February)
Other sports offered league:
  • Boys and Girls Cross Country (Sept / Oct)
  • Boys and Girls Wrestling (Feb / March
  • Boys and Girls Track and field (April/May)
Other team related information:
  • Teams must be gender specific
  • 7th grade team can consist of grades 5, 6, and 7
  • 8th grade team can consist of grades 6, 7, and 8
  • *no 15 year olds prior to Sept 15

If we can field all four of those teams mentioned above in required participation we can get probationary membership for 19-20 and then depending on how the seasons go we will be granted permanent membership for 20-21. 

Eligibility Requirements for Student-Athlete Participation
Physical 
Medical insurance
NIAA Rules for Sports Participation

Practice Start Times
Organized mandatory practices for basketball and volleyball cannot start prior to 10 school days prior to the first scheduled league competition. Tryouts are not considered practice. 

Home Games / Matches
It is mandatory that a school administrator, or designee with authority be present during all home athletic events. Coach of sport in question cannot serve as the site administrator. 


 
11.B. Date reminder: Board Workshop, April 26, 2019; Administrative Annex
11.C. Information on Certificated Stipend for Additional Site Duties
Rationale:

Approximately 15-20 years ago, the board approved three administrative stipends for extra administrative site duties. 

  • $600 annually - Opportunity School
  • $1200 annually - Community Day School
  • $2400 annually - Bear Valley Elementary


 
11.D. Discuss Draft of Native Liaison Job Description
Attachments:
Native Liaison Draft Job Description
12. HEARING OF THE PUBLIC
Quick Summary / Abstract:

The law allows the public to address the Governing Board on any matter, whether or not it is on the agenda, but the law prohibits action by the Governing Board on nonagenda items.  Board Bylaw 9323 states that “Individual speakers shall be allowed three minutes to address the Board on each agenda or nonagenda item.  The Board shall limit the total time for public input on each item to 20 minutes.  With Board consent, the president may increase or decrease the time allowed for public presentation, depending on the topic and the number of persons wishing to be heard. The president may take a poll of speakers for or against a particular issue and may ask that additional person speak only if they have something new to add.”



13. SUGGESTED ITEMS FOR FUTURE AGENDA
14. CLOSED SESSION ITEMS (Items not completed in previous Closed Session)
14.A. Announcement of Items to be Discussed in Closed Session
14.B. Public Comment on Items to be Discussed in Closed Session
14.C. Closed Session
14.C.1. Public Employee Employment per Government Code section 54957
14.C.1.a. Title: Interim Superintendent
14.D. Open Session - Call to Order
14.E. Public Comment on Action Taken in Closed Session
15. ADJOURNMENT

Published: April 5, 2019, 3:08 PM

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