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SRCS Board of Education Regular Meeting
San Rafael City Schools
October 11, 2021 5:00PM
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1. OPEN SESSIONWas edited within 72 hours of the Meeting
Time Certain:
4:30 PM
Speaker:
Linda M. Jackson, Board President
2. PUBLIC COMMENT on Closed Session items. Individuals may address the Board in accordance with the Public Comment Statement on the last page of the agenda.
Time Certain:
5:01 PM
Speaker:
Natu Tuatagaloa, Board Vice President
3. CLOSED SESSION
Time Certain:
5:02 PM
Speaker:
Natu Tuatagaloa, Board Vice President
3.1. CLOSED SESSION: Gov. Code 54957 Public Employee Discipline/Dismissal/Release (HSD 1)Confidential agenda item.
Time Certain:
5:03 PM
3.2. GOV.CODE 54957.6 (ESD/HSD): Conference with Labor Negotiator: Name of Agency Negotiator: Jim Hogeboom, Amy Baer Employee Organization/Title: SRFT, SRTA, CSEAConfidential agenda item.
Time Certain:
5:10 PM
3.3. Conference with Legal Counsel - Existing Litigation Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(1) Student v. San Rafael City Schools, Office of Administrative Hearings (OAH) Case No. 2021080637Confidential agenda item.
Time Certain:
5:15 PM
3.4. ED CODE 35146: Consideration of Confidential Student Matter (ESD) Case #ITR 2122-1Confidential agenda item.
Time Certain:
5:30 PM
4. RETURN TO OPEN SESSION
Time Certain:
6:00 PM
Speaker:
Natu Tuatagaloa, Board Vice President
5. ANNOUNCEMENT OF REPORTABLE CLOSED SESSION ACTION (if necessary)
Time Certain:
6:01 PM
Speaker:
Natu Tuatagaloa, Board Vice President
5.1. BOARD BUSINESS: (ESD) Consideration of Interdistrict Transfer Appeal
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The Board will consider upholding the superintendent's designee's recommendation to deny Interdistrict Transfer Appeal for Student Case # ITR-2122 - 1
5.2. BOARD BUSINESS: Report on Existing Litigation Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(1) Student v. San Rafael City Schools, Office of Administrative Hearings (OAH) Case No. 2021080637
6. APPROVAL OF AGENDA
Time Certain:
6:07 PM
Speaker:
Natu Tuatagaloa, Board Vice President
7. SUPERINTENDENT: (ESD/HSD) Board Resolution #2122-10 Continuing Board of Trustees Authority to Hold Virtual Meetings
Time Certain:
6:10 PM
Speaker:
Jim Hogeboom, Superintendent
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Request of approval of Board Resolution #2122-10 continuing Board of Trustees authority to hold virtual meetings.
Rationale:

Background: On September 16, 2021, Governor Newsom signed AB 361 into law. The bill, which is an urgency bill that became effective immediately upon the Governor’s signature, amends the Brown Act to provide the ability for boards to hold remote meetings during a proclaimed state of emergency without following the Brown Act’s teleconferencing rules.

AB 361 provides that boards need not follow the Brown Act’s teleconferencing rules if the board makes a finding that there is a proclaimed state of emergency and either state or local officials have imposed or recommended social distancing measures or meeting in person would present imminent risks to the health or safety of attendees due to the emergency. If a board chooses to use the option provided in AB 361, the board must make findings every 30 days that the board has reconsidered the circumstances of the state of emergency and either the state of emergency continues to directly impact the ability of the members to meet safely in person or state or local officials continue to impose or recommend measures to promote social distancing.

Current Considerations:  The Board of Trustees of San Rafael City Schools finds that due to the state of emergency meeting in person would present imminent risks to the health or safety of attendees and/or the state of emergency continues to directly impact the ability of the members to meet safely in person due to the prevalence of the Delta variant, the indoor setting of meeting facilities, the potential presence of unvaccinated individuals attending meetings, the potential for noncompliance with mask wearing requirements, and desire to protect the health of immunocompromised trustee(s), staff and the public.

 

 
Recommended Motion:
Adoption of Resolution 2122-10 continuing Board of Trustees authority to hold virtual meetings.
Attachments:
Resolution 2122-10 Continuing Virtual Board Meetings
8. OATH OF OFFICE - 2021-2022 Madrone High School Student Board Member
Time Certain:
6:15 PM
Speaker:
Natu Tuatagaloa, Board Vice President
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The Board Vice President, Natu Tuatagaloa will administer the Oath of Office to Alex Cruz Guzman, the new incoming 2021-2022 Student Board Member from Madrone High School. 
Attachments:
Oath of Office 2021-22 Madrone Student Board Member
9. PRESENTATIONS
9.1. UPDATE: Coleman Elementary School
Time Certain:
6:20 PM
Speaker:
Michael Taylor, Principal
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Principal Michael Taylor will provide an update from Coleman Elementary School. 
Attachments:
Coleman Elementary School Presentation 2021-22
9.2. HUMAN RESOURCES: (ESD/HSD) Approval of Resolution #2122-14 - Resolution to Declare the Week of October 10 - 16, 2021 as Week of the School Administrator
Time Certain:
6:35 PM
Speaker:
Amy Buster Baer, Assistant Superintendent, HR
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The Board is presented with Resolution 2122-14 for approval, in recognition of October 10-16, 2021 as Week of the School Administrator.
Rationale:
Background: The CDE encourages Districts to recognize October 10–16, 2021 as Week of the School Administrator (California Education Code Section 44015.1). 44015.1. In observance of the importance of educational leadership at the school, school district, and county levels, the second full week in the month of October of each year shall be designated as Week of the School Administrator. Schools, school districts, and county superintendents of schools are encouraged to observe the week with public recognition of the contribution that school administrators make to successful pupil achievement.
 
Recommended Motion:
Approval of Resolution 2122-14.
Attachments:
Resolution 2122-14
10. ANNOUNCEMENTS: Board Trustees, Superintendent, Student Board Members, Labor Unions: CSEA, SRTA, SRFT
Time Certain:
6:40 PM
11. PUBLIC COMMENT on non-agenda items. Individuals may address the Board in accordance with the Public Comment statement on the last page of the agenda.
Time Certain:
6:55 PM
Speaker:
Natu Tuatagaloa, Board Vice President
12. STAFF REPORTS: (ESD/HSD)
12.1. SUPERINTENDENT: (ESD/HSD) Together 2024 Blueprint: Values, Skills, Goals & Actions
Time Certain:
7:00 PM
Speaker:
Jim Hogeboom, Superintendent
Quick Summary / Abstract:

Superintendent Hogeboom will provide an update to the Board and public on the key components of our Together 2024 Blueprint Plan.


Rationale:

BACKGROUND: The Board has approved our Together 2024 Blueprint Plan which serves as our 3-year strategic plan for San Rafael. This report is a reminder of our values, skills, goals and actions to show how these key components all tie together to guide our district.

CURRENT CONSIDERATIONS: Much work has gone into determining our key “Trim Tabs” or action items that we hope will provide the leverage to make transformational change in our district. These 16 actions are the center of our work this year, but these fit into the context of our district values, skills, goals and actions. This report is a reminder as to what are the key elements of these components and why they are so important. 

DISTRICT VALUES

  • Equity: We honor individual identity and experience, work to address racism in all its forms and to eliminate barriers to the success of all students
  • Community: We welcome, value and support every member of our district and seek to promote belonging and inclusivity for all  
  • Joy: We engage in meaningful learning through positive energy, enthusiasm and humor 

STUDENT SKILLS (GRADUATE PROFILE) (Revised by Steering Committee)                                    Originally the Together 2023 Advisory Committee received much input from the community and narrowed these down to five key skills our students needed to learn to be successful in today’s world.  Building on the initial work done by the San Rafael High School staff, the committee chose the skills of  

  • Communicator
  • Critical Thinker
  • Collaborator 
  • Problem Solver
  • Reflective Learner 
  • Community Advocate 

GOALS 

Goal 1: Student Success 
San Rafael City Schools ensures that every student graduates with a profound love for learning, experiences a learning environment that nurtures and engages, and develops the necessary skills to meet the challenges of an ever-changing world. 

Goal 2: Staff Success 
San Rafael City Schools is dedicated to attracting, developing and retaining culturally responsive teachers and staff that purposefully serve every student. 

Goal 3: Community Engagement 
San Rafael City Schools values every member of our community and is committed to actively engaging our parents, community organizations and the broader community to ensure the success of every student. 

GOAL 4: Systems and Structures 
San Rafael City Schools promises to create intentional and equitable systems and structures that monitor, adjust and improve outcomes for students, particularly students of color.  

ACTION AREAS 

Goal 1: Student Success 

  1.  Strengthen Student Voice
  2. Support English Learner/Newcomers (Implement EL Master Plan)
  3.  Implement Dual Immersion Program (Elementary)
  4. Ensure A-G Requirements for all (Secondary

Goal 2: Staff Success

  5- Hire more teachers of color and bilingual teachers and staff                                                                6- Provide Equity Training and Professional Development                                                                  7- Pilot revised Grading Practices (Secondary)  

Goal 3: Community Engagement 

      10- Improve Outreach and Support for Vulnerable Families 
      11- Deepen Community Partnerships 
      12- Increase District Promotion and Outreach 

Goal 4: Systems and Structures 

       13- Analyze/Revise School Enrollment Boundaries (Elementary) 
       14-Academic Supports: Establish Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS) 
       15-Mental Health Supports: Establish Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS) 
       16-Implement District Digital Plan 
 

 
Recommended Motion:
No motion necessary; discussion only.
Attachments:
Together 2024 Blueprint - Board Priorities
12.2. EDUCATION SERVICES: (HSD) Science Course Sequence Process Presentation
Time Certain:
7:10 PM
Speaker:
Tyler Graff, Executive Director of Secondary Education
Quick Summary / Abstract:
This item presents the Science Course Sequence Process update including the purpose of the committee, project goals, who’s participating in the work, how community and student feedback will be gathered, along with the timeline for implementation.
Rationale:
Starting with the Ed Trust West Equity Audit and leading into the Together 2024 Blueprint Plan, course access has been a priority highlighted as an action to increase educational equity within SRCS.  Currently, the course sequences at Terra Linda High School and San Rafael High School begin with different classes and serve different goals.  As a way to increase success for 9th graders in science, promote differentiation, align course sequences, and provide for acceleration and compression, a key group of teachers will be working with the Lawrence Hall of Science, a leading developer of science and mathematics curricula, professional development programs, and hands-on learning experiences.  Through this work the committee will bring a new recommendation for a district-wide science course sequence in the early Spring of 2022 for implementation in the 2023-2024 school year.
 
Attachments:
Science Course Sequence Process Presentation
12.3. EDUCATION SERVICES: (ESD/HSD) EL Master Plan Update Presentation
Time Certain:
7:40 PM
Speaker:
Education Services Staff
Quick Summary / Abstract:
This item presents an update on key actions from the Together 2024 Blueprint related to supporting English learners and Newcomers.
Rationale:

Background: In alignment with the Equity Blueprint and Together 2024, the English Learner Master Plan defines the expectations for Central Services, schools and classrooms in the District to ensure that consistent, coherent services are provided to all ELs in our district. This presentation will provide the Board with an update on the work that has begun this school year to address the needs of our diverse English learner groups, including, newcomers and long-term English learners. The Board will also learn more about the systems and structures that are being used to engage parents of English learners and to maximize services and supports for students and families. 

 
Attachments:
EL Master Plan Fall 2021 - Update
13. DISCUSSION/ACTION SESSION
13.1. SUPERINTENDENT: Together 2024: Update on Promotion and Outreach Initiative
Time Certain:
8:40 PM
Speaker:
Christina Perrino, Director of Communication
Quick Summary / Abstract:
District staff will discuss the focus area of "Increase School/District Promotion and Outreach" as part of our Together 2024 Blueprint. An overview of the initiative and a summary of the efforts to date will be discussed. Additionally, there will be a presentation from Brian Epperson, CEO of Target River, about a potential partnership to support the District's work in this area. An agreement to promote and market San Rafael City Schools through the services of Target River will be proposed for approval. 

Financial Impact:
Financial Impact: $49,870 to be split 62% ESD and 38% HSD.
Attachments:
San Rafael City Schools -Target Marketing
Target Marketing Agreement - 2021- 22 SRCS
13.2. HUMAN RESOURCES: (HSD) Approval of Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between San Rafael City Schools and the San Rafael Federation of Teachers (SRFT), AFT Local 1077 Regarding the COVID-19 Pandemic and School Operations During the 2021-2022 School Year
Time Certain:
9:05 PM
Speaker:
Amy Buster Baer, Assistant Superintendent, HR
Quick Summary / Abstract:
This item presents for review and approval of Memorandum of Understanding Between San Rafael City School District and San Rafael Federation of Teachers, AFT Local 1077 Regarding the COVID-19 Pandemic and School Operations During the 2021-2022 School Year.
Rationale:

The MOU between San Rafael City School District and San Rafael Federation of Teachers, AFT Local 1077 is an updated plan for the High School District, with a focus on the safety measures, local guidance and other updates.

This item presents for review and approval of MOU between San Rafael City School District and San Rafael Federation of Teachers, AFT Local 1077 Regarding the COVID-19 Pandemic and School Operations During the 2021-2022 School Year.

Attached: MOU between San Rafael City School District and San Rafael Federation of Teachers, AFT Local 1077

 
Financial Impact:
The district has agreed to safety protocols and procedures to address health issues caused by COVID 19, including supplemental sick leave outlined in 5.02 in the MOU, the use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) such as face coverings, face shields, gloves, etc., sanitation and disinfectant supplies and equipment.
Recommended Motion:
Staff recommends the approval of the MOU between San Rafael City School District and San Rafael Federation of Teachers, AFT Local 1077 Regarding the COVID-19 Pandemic and School Operations During the 2021-2022 School Year.
Attachments:
SRFT TENTATIVE AGREEMENT 9/21/2021
13.3. HUMAN RESOURCES: (ESD) Approval of Resolution #2122-11 - Resolution Authorizing Variable Term Waiver for CBEST for 30-Day Substitute Teaching Permits
Time Certain:
9:10 PM
Speaker:
Amy Buster Baer, Assistant Superintendent, HR
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The Board is presented with Resolution #2122-11 Authorizing Variable Term Waiver for CBEST for 30-Day Substitute Teaching Permits, for Board review and recommended approval. 
Rationale:

Background: California school districts across the State are having significant difficulties filling vacancies with qualified substitutes.  This shortage,  combined with the significant professional development in SRCS, has meant that we are often short qualified substitutes.  These shortages have forced teachers to miss staff development opportunities and cancel important planning days.

The Marin County Office of Education is assisting the Human Resources Department with making sure all Teachers are placed properly in classrooms according to their Credential(s) received.

EDUCATION CODE OR TITLE 5 SECTION TO BE WAIVED: EC §44830(a)
A governing board of a school district shall employ for positions requiring certification qualifications, only person who possess the qualifications therefore prescribed by law. 

This board item presents for Board approval Resolution #2122-11, which authorizes the employment of substitute teachers holding the Variable Term Waiver for CBEST for 30-day Substitutes while working on passing the Basic Skills Requirements. 

 
Recommended Motion:
Approval of Resolution 2122-11.
Attachments:
ESD Resolution 2122-11
13.4. HUMAN RESOURCES: (HSD) Approval of Resolution #2122-12 - Resolution Authorizing Variable Term Waiver for CBEST for 30-Day Substitute Teaching Permits
Time Certain:
9:15 PM
Speaker:
Amy Buster Baer, Assistant Superintendent, HR
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The Board is presented with Resolution #2122-12 Authorizing Variable Term Waiver for CBEST for 30-Day Substitute Teaching Permits, for Board review and recommended approval. 
Rationale:

Background: California school districts across the State are having significant difficulties filling vacancies with qualified substitutes.  This shortage,  combined with the significant professional development in SRCS, has meant that we are often short qualified substitutes.  These shortages have forced teachers to miss staff development opportunities and cancel important planning days.

The Marin County Office of Education is assisting the Human Resources Department with making sure all Teachers are placed properly in classrooms according to their Credential(s) received.

EDUCATION CODE OR TITLE 5 SECTION TO BE WAIVED: EC §44830(a)
A governing board of a school district shall employ for positions requiring certification qualifications, only person who possess the qualifications therefore prescribed by law. 

This board item presents for Board approval Resolution #2122-12, which authorizes the employment of substitute teachers holding the Variable Term Waiver for CBEST for 30-day Substitutes while working on passing the Basic Skills Requirements. 

 
Recommended Motion:
Approval of Resolution #2122-12.
Attachments:
HSD Resolution 2122-12
14. APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA (ESD/HSD) (All items appearing on the Consent Agenda are approved in one action by the Board. Trustees, staff or members of the public may request that an item be pulled for discussion prior to Consent Agenda approval.)
Time Certain:
9:20 PM
Speaker:
Natu Tuatagaloa, Board Vice President
15. CONSENT AGENDA: (ESD/HSD)
15.1. HUMAN RESOURCES: (ESD/HSD) Approval of the Memorandum of Understanding between the San Rafael City Schools and Marin County Office of Education for Teacher Induction for the Period of July 1, 2021 – June 30, 2022
Quick Summary / Abstract:
This item presents the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between San Rafael City Schools Elementary and High School Districts (SRCS) and the Marin County Office of Education (MCOE) for recommended approval. 
Rationale:
The Marin County Office of Education (MCOE) coordinates with SRCS to provide support services to teachers as part of a state-approved induction program.
 
Financial Impact:
Each Participating Teacher’s cost is $2,100 for the 2021-2022 School Year.
Recommended Motion:
Approval of the ESD and HSD Memorandum of Understanding.
Attachments:
ESD Teacher Induction MCOE MOU
HSD Teacher Induction MCOE MOU
15.2. HUMAN RESOURCES: (ESD/HSD/JOINT) Approval of Elementary, High School, and Joint District Personnel, Certificated/Classified
Quick Summary / Abstract:
This agenda item presents for Board approval the Administration's recommended personnel transactions for the Elementary, High School and Joint District.
Rationale:

This agenda item presents for Board approval the Administration's recommended personnel transactions for the Elementary, High School and Joint District, as shown on Exhibit A (Certificated) and Exhibit B (Classified).

All changes to personnel since the previous board meeting including resignations, leaves of absence, retirements, reassignments, new hires, changes of contract, returns from leave, releases and short term assignments are included for Board approval.

 
Recommended Motion:
Approval of all hiring, terminations, transfers, and retirements of employees in the Elementary, High School and Joint District.
Attachments:
ESD Personnel Actions 10 11 21
HSD Personnel Actions 10 11 21
Joint Personnel Actions 10 11 21
15.3. BUSINESS SERVICES: (ESD/HSD) Ratification of Warrant Register for Warrants Issued September 2021 by the San Rafael Elementary and High School Districts
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The Board will review the September 2021 warrants for ratification.
Rationale:

BACKGROUND:      
The warrant register reflects the vendor name, date paid, amount of warrant, and budgetary account charged.

CURRENT CONSIDERATIONS:

Attached are warrants for Elementary September 2021 and High School September 2021

 
Financial Impact:
Warrants are paid in accordance with the Board-adopted budget and generally accepted accounting methods.
Recommended Motion:
Ratify the ESD and HSD warrants for September 2021
15.4. BUSINESS SERVICES:(ESD/HSD) Approval of Disposal of Obsolete Books or Equipment for the San Rafael City School District
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The Board will consider the disposal of obsolete books or equipment.
Rationale:

BACKGROUND:
Board Policy 3270 states: 
“Sale and Disposal of Instructional Materials, Equipment, and Supplies, if the value of the property is insufficient to defray the costs of arranging a public sale, the property may be donated or disposed of in an appropriate manner."  

CURRENT CONSIDERATIONS: The following school sites and/or departments have declared the attached list obsolete:

San Pedro School Obsolete Book List

San Rafael High School Math Department Obsolete Book List

San Rafael High School World Language Obsolete Book List

San Rafael High Social Studies Department Obsolete Book List

Terra Linda High School English Department Obsolete Book List

Maintenance & Operations Obsolete Equipment

 
Financial Impact:
The books or equipment will be disposed of, transferred, or recycled at no cost to the district.
Recommended Motion:
Approval of the disposal of obsolete books
15.5. BUSINESS SERVICES: (ESD/HSD) Approval of Annual Accounting of Developer Fees for the San Rafael City Schools 2020-2021 Fiscal Year
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The Board will review the Developer Fee annual accounting report for the Elementary and High School Districts for 2020-2021 fiscal year and the Five Year Financial Report. 
Rationale:

BACKGROUND: Government Code 66006 requires that an annual report of income and expenditures from developer fees and the beginning and ending fund balances in the Capital Facilities Fund (Fund 25) be made available to the public within 180 days, after the end of each fiscal year.              

Government Code 66001 requires a five-year report if there are any funds remaining in the Fund at the end of the prior fiscal year. The five-year report identifies the project to which the fee is to be applied and identifies all sources and amounts of funding anticipated to complete financing on incomplete improvements.

The Capital Facilities Fund (Fund 25) is used to segregate the developer fee collections from all other revenues the District collects.

 
Financial Impact:

Capital Facilities Fund Balance as of June 30, 2021

Elementary School District Report $353,710.16

High School District Report $497,678.41

Recommended Motion:
Approval of Elementary and High School Developer Fee Annual Report.
15.6. BUSINESS SERVICES: (ESD/HSD) Approval of Resolution #2022-13 Marie Henrio, Director of Fiscal Services Authorization to Sign on Behalf of the Governing Board for the 2021-2022 Fiscal Year
Quick Summary / Abstract:

Education Code Sections 42630 to 42633 allow the members of the Governing Board of each district to authorize officers or employees to sign orders and other documents on behalf of the Governing Board for the current fiscal year. This authorization must be approved annually.


Rationale:

This agenda item presents for Board approval of the following authorized signatures

Marie Henrio Resolution #2022-13

 
Recommended Motion:
Approval of the resolution
15.7. EDUCATION SERVICES: (ESD/HSD) Approval of Local Indicators for the State and Federal Accountability System
Quick Summary / Abstract:
This item presents information to the Board and public on Local Indicators, or LCFF priority areas that do not meet the criteria established for the state indicators. The Local Indicators only apply at the LEA level, and results are based on the local data collected.
Rationale:

BACKGROUND: Based on the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF), which was passed in 2013, California has an accountability system that is based on multiple measures. These measures are used to determine local educational agency (LEA) and school progress toward meeting the needs of their students. The measures are based on factors that contribute to a quality education, including high school graduation rates, college/career readiness, student test scores, English learner (EL) progress, suspension rates, and parent engagement.

There are several LCFF priority areas that do not meet the criteria established for the state indicators. These remaining priority areas are considered local indicators and will require LEAs to determine whether they have Met, Not Met, or Not Met for Two or More Years for each applicable local indicator. The local indicators only apply at the LEA level. LEAs will use the local indicators to evaluate and report their progress on priority areas. The local indicators will only appear on the LEA Dashboard. https://www.caschooldashboard.org

For the 2021 Dashboard release, an LEA must complete the local indicators and submit its results by October 15, 2021. The Dashboard will help inform the local planning and stakeholder engagement process around Local Control and Accountability Plans.

The standards for the local performance indicators are based on whether LEAs:

  1. Measure their progress on the local performance indicator based on locally available information, and
  2. Report the results to the LEA's local governing board at a regularly scheduled meeting of the local governing board and to stakeholders and the public through the evaluation rubrics.

LEAs determine whether they have (Met, Not Met, or Not Met for Two or More Years) for each applicable local performance indicator. LEAs make this determination by using self-reflection tools included in the evaluation rubrics, which will allow them to measure and report their progress through the California School Dashboard. Provided an LEA satisfies the performance standards for each local indicator, the Dashboard will automatically assign a performance level of Met. If an LEA does not meet the performance standards, the Dashboard will automatically assign a performance level of Not Met or Not Met for Two or More Years, as applicable.

Local Performance Indicator Summaries:

Basic Services and Conditions (Appropriately Assigned Teachers, Access to Curriculum-Aligned Instructional Materials, and Safe, Clean and Functional School Facilities) (Priority 1)

LEAs will use locally available information, including data reported through the School Accountability Report Card, to provide evidence of progress relevant to this local indicator.

Implementation of State Academic Standards (Priority 2)

LEAs have two options for the self-reflection tool. The first option allows LEAs to provide a narrative summary of their progress in the implementation of state academic standards based on locally selected measures or tools. The second option is to complete the SBE adopted self-reflection tool survey.

The SBE adopted self-reflection tool has the following Rating Scale (lowest to highest): 1 – Exploration and Research Phase; 2 – Beginning Development; 3 – Initial Implementation; 4 – Full Implementation; 5 – Full Implementation and Sustainability

Parent and Family Engagement (Priority 3)

LEAs use this self-reflection tool to report the measurement of their progress, successes, needs and areas of growth in family engagement policies, programs, and practices. This tool will enable an LEA to engage in continuous improvement and determine next steps to make improvements in the areas identified.

The results of the process should be used to inform the LCAP and the development process, to assess prior year goals, actions and services as well as to plan or modify future goals, actions and services in the LCAP.

The SBE adopted self-reflection tool has the following Rating Scale (lowest to highest): 1 – Exploration and Research Phase; 2 – Beginning Development; 3 – Initial Implementation; 4 – Full Implementation; 5 – Full Implementation and Sustainability

School Climate (Priority 6)

LEAs will provide a narrative summary of the local administration and analysis of a local climate survey that captures a valid measure of student perceptions of school safety and connectedness in at least one grade within the grade span (e.g., K–5, 6–8, 9–12). Specifically, LEAs will have an opportunity to include differences among student groups, and for surveys that provide an overall score, such as the California Healthy Kids Survey, report the overall score for all students and student groups. This summary may also include an analysis of a subset of specific items on a local survey and additional data collection tools that are particularly relevant to school safety and connectedness.

Access to a Broad Course of Study (Priority 7)

LEAs annually measure their progress in the extent to which students have access to, and are enrolled in, a broad course of study that includes the adopted courses of study specified in the California Education Code for Grades 1–6 and Grades 7–12, as applicable, including the programs and services developed and provided to unduplicated students and individuals with exceptional needs.

The performance standards for the local performance indicators are provided in Exhibit A.

Exhibit A- Performance Standards for the Local Performance Indicators

 
Recommended Motion:
Approval of Local Indicators for the State and Federal Accountability System.
Attachments:
Exhibit A- Local Indicator
15.8. EDUCATION SERVICES: (ESD) Approval of a Contract Renewal with IXL Learning for Math License Subscription for Glenwood Elementary School from October 9, 2021 Through October 8, 2024
Quick Summary / Abstract:
This item presents a contract renewal with IXL Learning for Math Licence Subscription for Glenwood Elementary School from October 9, 2021 through October 8, 2024, for Board review and recommended approval.
Rationale:

Background: IXL is a supplemental math program that allows for targeted practice of sequential skills needed in the mastery of standards and topics within a given grade level. It is aligned to the standards and our adopted curriculum, Big IdeasIt provides direct support by chapter and goes deeper to provide supporting skills leading up to lessons and problem sets. Assignments are targeted for individual struggling students to support their growth and address learning gaps.

Students are offered opportunities to learn about their particular problem through an example. These examples precisely explain the strategies, skills, and ideas for our struggling students so they can clearly see the steps needed to complete the math problems. If students find they are working on a question strand that is overwhelming, students are given the opportunity to immediately choose a supporting strand to work on.  If students enter a wrong answer, they are given clear and simple explanations of how to work on that particular problem. Also, IXL allows students to work at their own pace from school or at home. This is beneficial to all of our students at Glenwood Elementary since all have been issued a computing device to work on their assignments at school and at home. 

Current Considerations: Glenwood Elementary School has been using IXL on a regular and consistent basis to help supplement math instruction for our students. We see the value in the program as it differentiates according to the students’ competency level and provides specific instructions on how to complete the math problem assigned. This contract is for a license for 300 1st to 5th grade students with the ability to access the platform 24/7 from school or at home for 3 years.

Exhibit A - Contract

 
Financial Impact:

The total cost of services will not exceed $8,100 to be paid from site funds.

Year 1 - $4,050

Year 2 - $2,025

Year 3 - $2,025

Recommended Motion:
Approval of a contract renewal with IXL Learning for Math License Subscription for Glenwood Elementary School from October 9, 2021 through October 8, 2024.
Attachments:
IXL Learning Contract - Glenwood Elementary School 2021- 24
15.9. EDUCATION SERVICES:(ESD) Approval of Independent Contract Agreement Between San Rafael City Schools and Cathy Lenz Music Educator for Services in San Pedro Elementary During 2021-22 School Year
Quick Summary / Abstract:
This item presents an Independent Contract Agreement between San Rafael City Schools and Cathy Lenz Music Educator to provide Music Education from PK to 2nd Grade at San Pedro Elementary During 2021-22 School Year, for Board review and recommended approval.         
Rationale:

Background: Cathy Lenz is a music educator. San Pedro Elementary would like her to provide music education to their PK-2nd grade students.

Cathy Lenz will:

  • Provide Music Instruction for PK. TK/K, 1st and 2nd grades for 29 weeks during the 21-22 School Year.

  • Be the chief liaison with San Pedro. 

  • Have completed all requirements for working in the school district and/or partner organization (proof of negative TB test, references, COVID vaccine, and fingerprinting background check). 

  • Work with site admin to create a schedule and resolve any problems.

Current Considerations:  The board is asked to approve Cathy Lenz music proposal for the 2021-2022 school year     


 
Financial Impact:

Total cost will be $19,800 to be paid from site funds (one time adjustments)

Recommended Motion:
Approval of agreement between San Pedro Elementary School and Cathy Lenz music educator During 2021-22 School Year.
Attachments:
San Pedro Music Education Pre-school Proposal
San Pedro Music Education Proposal -Revision#2
15.12. EDUCATION SERVICES:(ESD) Approval of Memorandum of Understanding Between San Rafael City Schools and Strategic Energy Innovations (“SEI”) for Services at Laurel Dell, Glenwood, Bahia Vista, Sun Valley, Coleman and San Pedro Elementary Schools From September 20, 2021 to September 30, 2022
Quick Summary / Abstract:
This item presents a Memorandum of Understanding Between San Rafael City Schools and Strategic Energy Innovations (“SEI”) for Services at Laurel Dell, Glenwood, Bahia Vista, Sun Valley, Coleman and San Pedro Elementary  Schools for the implementation of Zero Waste Schools Program (ZWSP) between September 20, 2021 and continue through September 30, 2022 unless earlier terminated, for Board review and recommended approval.                              
Rationale:

Background: The Strategic Energy Innovations (SEI) is an environmental nonprofit that builds leaders to drive sustainability solutions. For over 20 years, SEI has partnered with schools, communities, and businesses to develop a sustainability leadership pathway from elementary school to early career. Our flagship programs educate and empower students and emerging professionals to create thriving, resilient communities.

ZWSP is funded by the Marin Hazardous and Solid Waste Management Joint Powers Authority (ZWM JPA). SEI is the program implementer of ZWSP, supporting and maintaining the currently enrolled schools with the San Rafael City Schools District that include the following: Laurel Dell Elementary, Glenwood Elementary, Bahia Vista Elementary, Sun Valley Elementary, Coleman Elementary, and San Pedro Elementary.

Strategic Energy Innovations (“SEI”)  will:

  • Meet with the school district, schools, teachers, parents, and students to implement the ZWSP, track data, and report to ZWM JPA findings and pathways for improvement. 

  • Make presentations to multiple stakeholders, provide training(s), organize and manage multiple school rollouts, and effectively communicate with ZWM JPA and other collaborating organizations. 

  • At the end of the contract, SEI shall create a report per school, make specific recommendations for improvements, and estimated costs and impacts of each recommendation.

  • As needed, SEI can provide virtual alternatives to our in-person services including: 

Virtually providing additional waste-related activities and curricular support for teachers or Green Team student groups

Synchronous video presentations/Q&As at green team, classroom, or staff meetings on sorting/new systems

Provide video/phone stakeholder meeting option with adult stakeholders to identify waste challenges and opportunities

 

Current Considerations:  The board is asked to approve the Strategic Energy Innovations (“SEI”)  proposal from September 20, 2021 to September 30, 2022.
 
Financial Impact:
No financial impact for SRCS
Recommended Motion:
Approval of agreement between San Rafael City Schools and Strategic Energy Innovations (“SEI”) from September 20, 2021 to September 30, 2022.
Attachments:
Zero Waste MOU and COVID Vax Addendum
15.13. FACILITIES (ESD): Approval of Contract with Jacobson Fence Company for Sun Valley School Front Entrance
Quick Summary / Abstract:
New fencing with ADA Gates for the Sun Valley School Front Entrance 
Rationale:

Jacobson Fence Company was established in 1979 by Larry Ingham in Santa Rosa, CA. Since then they have served the Santa Rosa and surrounding communities with pride. Their experts are all professionally trained to get our fence installed and finished in the shortest time possible. They offer a wide variety of fence types and sizes to accommodate any residential or commercial property. Jacobson has provided SRCS quality work for many years. 

Approx. 58’ of 6’ high blue montage-plus Ameristar Iron fencing, two 4’ wide ADA gate with mounting plates for owner to install panic hardware

 
Financial Impact:

Jacobson Fencing Installation Sun Valley

01-8150-0-5840.00-0000-8110-096-255-000: $39,512

Recommended Motion:
Approval of Contract with Jacobson Fence Company
15.14. MAINTENANCE & OPERATIONS (ESD/HSD): Proposal of Services from Conservation Corps North Bay for Fire Fuel Reduction and Creek Flow
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Seeking approval of proposal with Conservation Corps North Bay. 
Rationale:

Per San Rafael Fire Inspection recommendations, Conservation Corps North Bay will provide a supervised crew of corpsmembers to San Rafael City Schools for fire fuel reduction services at San Rafael High School, San Pedro Elementary, and creek work at Davidson Middle School. 

San Pedro Elementary School

Activities include:
- Removal of dead and downed woody material
- Removal of dead standing trees that are 12 inches in diameter or less
- Removal of small trees and shrubs with a diameter of 4 inches or less
- Limbing of larger trees to a height of 10 feet or 1/3 of tree height, whichever is less
- All cut material will be chipped (excluding poison oak). Chips will be broadcast on site as directed by the client.

Davidson Middle School Creek Maintenance

Activities may include:
- Removal of dead and downed woody material
- Removal of dead standing trees that are 12 inches in diameter or less
- Removal of small trees and shrubs with a diameter of 4 inches or less
- Limbing of larger trees to a height of 10 feet or 1/3 of tree height, whichever is less
- All cut material will be chipped (excluding poison oak). Chips will be broadcast on site as directed by the client.

San Rafael High School

Activities include:
- Removal of peeling Eucalyptus bark around bottom of trees.
- Removal of dead and downed woody material
- Removal of small trees and shrubs with a diameter of 4 inches or less
- Limbing of larger trees to a height of 10 feet or 1/3 of tree height, whichever is less
- All cut material will be chipped (excluding poison oak). Chips will be broadcast on site as directed by the client.

 
Financial Impact:

San Pedro Elementary School Site: propose the above scope of work to be completed for an amount not to exceed $18,400.00.  01-8150-0-5840.00-0000-8110-095-255-000

Davidson Middle School Creek Maintenance: Conservation Corps North Bay, propose the above scope of work to be completed for an amount not to exceed $14,700.00. 01-8150-0-5840.00-0000-8110-340-255-000

San Rafael High School Site: propose the above scope of work to be completed for an amount not to exceed $25,800.00. 01-8150-0-5840.00-0000-8110-410-255-000


Recommended Motion:
Approval of proposals for fire fuel mitigation.
15.15. FACILITIES (HSD): Approval of proposal with KYA to replace the Terra Linda High School Long Jump
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The long jump at Terra Linda High School is in need of replacement due to age causing delamination, separations, and overall general failure of the surface. While it has been repaired multiple times the degradation is such that patched repairs are no longer possible. 
Rationale:
KYA will supply and apply a new synthetic track long jump after removal of existing track. 
All associated California HS standard striping; lane lanes, event markings and lettering will be completed. This will include a 5 Year Warranty. 
 
Financial Impact:

KYA Long Jump Proposal for Terra Linda High School  $39,696.47

01-8150-0-6170.00-0000-8500-411-255-000

Recommended Motion:
Approval of Proposal
15.16. MAINTENANCE & OPERATIONS (ESD/HSD): Approval of Proposals from KONE Corporation for Maintenance to Elevators and Wheel Chair Lifts
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Approval of proposals from Kone for maintenance services to school site elevators and wheelchair lifts. 
Rationale:

KONE will provide the labor to perform monthly visits for the passenger elevators and two (2) visits a year to examine and/or lubricate the wheel chair lifts and the following equipment areas per twelve month period: 

• Control system
• Power unit and/or machines
• Hydraulic system accessories
• Hoistway and pit equipment
• Door equipment
• Signals and accessories
• Rails and guides

 
Financial Impact:

Davidson Middle School  01-8150-0-5620.00-0000-8110-411-255-000 $2580

Venetia Valley School 01-8150-0-5620.00-0000-8110-092-255-000 $2580

San Rafael High School 01-8150-0-5620.00-0000-8110-410-255-000 $2580

Terra Linda High School  01-8150-0-5620.00-0000-8110-411-255-000 $2880

Unit pricing listed in above table shall not change during time between signing and the
Commencement Date, nor shall it change in any subsequent Renewal Period from the pricing
approved by Purchaser prior to such Renewal Period. Exhibit 4 Proposed Unites and Equipment Pricing

Recommended Motion:
Approval of proposals
15.17. CAPITAL FACILITIES PROGRAM: (ESD) Recommendation for Approval of Amendment 4, GMP Lease-Leaseback Agreements for the Bahia Vista Elementary School and Davidson Middle School HVAC Projects – Alten Construction, Inc.
Quick Summary / Abstract:

The Board of the San Rafael City Schools (“SRCS”) is presented with an Amendment 4 GMP (Guaranteed Maximum Price) Lease-Leaseback Agreement for the return of funds to the construction budget for the Bahia Vista Elementary and Davidson Middle Schools HVAC Projects (“HVAC Project”) for Board approval.

Rationale:

Background: 

The HVAC projects at Bahia Vista and Davidson were scheduled to provide air conditioning, increased ventilation, and filtration.  All classrooms at Bahia Vista Elementary School were included in the scope of work and four major classroom wings at Davidson Middle School were included for the initial Phase 1 of work.  This project was fast-tracked and scheduled to complete in the Summer of 2021. 

In accordance with Education Code Section 17406, et seq., the SRCS Board selected the Lease-Leaseback Project Delivery Method for the HVAC Projects, including the adopted Best Value Methodology for evaluating proposals received in response to its Request for Qualifications and Proposals (“RFQ/P”) for the project, and engaged in Lease-Leaseback procurement by issuing the RFQ/P. A Site Lease and Facilities Lease for the HVAC Projects were approved for Alten, including Pre-Construction Services, at the Board’s regular meeting of April 7, 2021.   In order to expedite procurement of long-lead time items, primarily the major HVAC units, the Capital Facilities Team and Alten identified a process for submittals and pre-ordering to be accomplished through Amendment 1 to Pre-Construction Services, which was Board Approved on May 11, 2021.  Alten provided SRCS with a Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) for the scope of work to be incorporated as Amendment No. 2 to the Facilities Lease, which was Board approved on May 24, 2021.  Finally, Senior Director Dan Zaich, provided field authorization on a pressing item involving the removal of two remaining portables on the Davidson Middle School site, resulting in Amendment No. 3 to the Facilities Lease, which was Board approved on August 9, 2021.

Current Considerations: 

Good news!  The HVAC projects are now complete.  Due to the stellar Capital Facilities team management, SRCS will receive a return of funds to the construction budgets for the HVAC projects.  The adjustment to the GMP submitted for approval in Amendment 4 represents the balance remaining in the construction contingency for each project. 

Contract history is as follows:


Object Code

Budget/Contract

BOE Approval

Amount

 

6200

 

Bahia Vista Elementary School HVAC

 

 

$2,717,806.00

 

Contract(s)

 

 

 

Initial Pre-Construction Contract

4/12/2021

$ 2,500.00

 

Amendment No. 1

5/11/21

$ 200,651.58

 

Amendment No. 2

5/24/21

$ 2,216,400.00

 

Amendment No. 4

10/11/21

$-229,913.73

 

Total Contract Including this Amendment

$2,189,637.85

 

Total Remaining in Budget Item 6200

 

$528,168.15

 

 

Object Code

Budget/Contract

BOE Approval

Amount

 

6200

 

Davidson Middle School HVAC

 

 

$3,421,131.00

 

Contract(s)

 

 

 

Initial Pre-Construction Contract

4/12/2021

$ 2,500.00

 

Amendment No. 1

5/11/2021

$ 361,249.97

 

Amendment No. 2

5/24/21

$ 3,022,117.00

 

Amendment No. 3

8/9/21

$35,263.90

 

Amendment No. 4

10/11/21

$-222,104.52

 

Total Contract Including this Amendment

$3,199,026.35

 

Total Remaining in Budget Item 6200

 

$222,104.65

 

 

 
Financial Impact:

$452,018 total return of funds to the construction budgets.

Recommended Motion:

San Rafael City Schools (SRCS), Capital Facilities Team is recommending the approval of Amendment 4, GMP Facilities Lease, including Exhibit C, of the Lease Leaseback agreement with Alten Construction, Inc. for the Bahia Vista Elementary and Davidson Middle Schools HVAC Upgrades Projects.

Attachments:
Amendment No 4 to Facilities Lease Alten BV DMS HVAC
BV HVAC Budget
DMS HVAC Budget
Facilities Lease Amendment 4 Ex C Alten BV DMS HVAC
15.18. CAPITAL FACILITIES PROGRAM: (HSD) Approval of Supplemental Agreement No. 16 to Master Agreement for Architectural Design Services for the Terra Linda High School Ceramics Studio / Art Courtyard– Quattrocchi Kwok Architects
Quick Summary / Abstract:

The Capital Facilities Team recommends approval from the Board of Education for Supplemental Agreement No. 16 to the Master Agreement with Quattrocchi Kwok (“QKA”) Architects for architectural services for the design of the Ceramics Studio /Art Courtyard at Terra Linda High School.

Rationale:

Architectural services are needed for the design, construction administration, closeout, and required governmental agency approval for the Ceramics Studio / Art Courtyard at Terra Linda High School.    

Background:

Effective August 22, 2016, the District entered into a Master Agreement for Architectural Services with Quattrocchi Kwok Architects (QKA) for the provision of architectural services to San Rafael City Schools (SRCS) for projects under the District’s Measure A and Measure B bond programs. Under the Master Agreement, specific program projects are assigned by executing Supplemental Agreements for each specific project.  Each Supplemental Agreement identifies the specific project scope, architect fees, schedule, number of required meetings, and other details unique to that project.  The terms and conditions of each Supplemental Agreement complement the existing Master Agreement, which is still in effect.

The Capital Facilities Team has been working with QKA on a preliminary study and analysis of the current Terra Linda High School Ceramics Studio and the desired Art Courtyard.  This addition will be designed to house new natural gas and electric fired ceramics kilns.  In addition, the building will provide storage for clay, a glazing area, shelving for student work, and other related uses. 

Current Considerations:

Following the SRCS Master Plan and TLHS Site Design Committee recommendations, the Capital Facilities Team is recommending moving forward with the Ceramics / Art Courtyard project.  The team requested QKA to prepare a proposal to provide the necessary architectural services required to complete the project.

QKA Supplemental Agreement No. 16 will include the provision of services required to have the design approved by the Division of State Architect (DSA) and local fire authorities.  Architectural services will begin with the schematic design phase and progress through the design development, construction drawings, ongoing government approvals, bidding and/or negotiations, construction administration, and final DSA closeout.

The QKA contract history for the Terra Linda High School Ceramics project is below.


Contract/Increment

BOE Approval

Amount

Project

Budget



TLHS Ceramics

Architectural Budget (6210)


$200,000

QKA Supplemental Agreement No. 16

10/11/2021

$175,875

Total Contracts Including Amendment 16


$175,875

Total Remaining in Budget Item 6210


$24,125


 
Financial Impact:

$175,875.  Supplemental Agreement No. 16 is within planned budgeting for this project and will be funded from the District’s Bond Program, under Measure B. 

Budget/SACS Code:  21-9010-0-6210-00-0000-8500-411-000-477

Recommended Motion:

The San Rafael City Schools (SRCS), Capital Facilities Team recommends that the Board of Education approve Supplemental Agreement No. 16 to the Master Agreement of Quattrocchi Kwok Architects for architectural design services for the Terra Linda High School Ceramics Studio / Art Courtyard Project.

Attachments:
SRCS Master Agreement Supplement 16 - QKA TLHS Ceramics
16. READJOURNMENT to Closed Session (if necessary)
Speaker:
Natu Tuatagaloa, Board Vice President
17. NEXT REGULAR MEETING October 25, 2021
Speaker:
Natu Tuatagaloa, Board Vice President
18. ADJOURNMENT and Closed Session Report Out (if necessary)
Time Certain:
9:30 PM
Speaker:
Natu Tuatagaloa, Board Vice President
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Published: October 7, 2021, 2:32 PM

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