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REGULAR BOARD MEETING of SEPTEMBER 10, 2019
McCabe Union ESD
September 10, 2019 5:00PM
701 W. McCabe Road, El Centro, CA Corfman School Site ~ Gym Classroom

1. OPEN SESSION - CALL TO ORDER (5:00 PM)
2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
3. ROLL CALL
Quick Summary / Abstract:

Board Members

Karina Alvarez, President

Alexa Horne, Clerk

Mike McFadden, Member

Chip Corfman, Member

Judy Tagg, Member

4. ADOPTION OF THE AGENDA WITH MODIFICATIONS TO THE OPEN AND/OR CLOSED SESSION AGENDA, IF ANY
5. PUBLIC COMMENTS REGARDING ITEMS ON THE CLOSED SESSION AGENDA Please limit individual comments to three (3) minutes.
Quick Summary / Abstract:
At this time, members of the public may address the Board only as to items on the closed session agenda. If you wish to address the Board, please stand and give your name and address. Individual presentations shall not be for more than three (3) minutes and the total time for the purpose shall not exceed twenty minutes. (Gov. Code Section 54954.3.)
6. CLOSED SESSION
Quick Summary / Abstract:
There will be a closed session to discuss those matters permitted by the Brown Act, I.E. Personnel, Property, Negotiations, Litigation and Special Contracts, if necessary.
6.a. Pending Litigation (Request for Due Process, Student #51000124)
6.b. Conference with Labor Negotiators: Agency Designated Representative: Laura Dubbe, Superintendent, Employee Organization: California School Employees Association
7. RECONVENE IN OPEN SESSION (6:00p.m.)
8. REPORTABLE CLOSED SESSION ACTIONS, IF ANY
9. PUBLIC COMMENT REGARDING ITEMS ON THE OPEN SESSION AGENDA AND ON NON-AGENDA ITEMS OF INTEREST TO THE PUBLIC THAT ARE WITHIN THE SUBJECT MATTER JURISDICTION OF THE BOARD
Quick Summary / Abstract:
At this time, members of the public may address the Board only as to items on the open session agenda or items within the subject matter jurisdiction of the Board. Public comment will not be taken during the Board's consideration of an item on the open session agenda. If you wish to address the Board, please stand, give your name and address and proceed to speak. Individual presentations shall not be for more than three (3) minutes and the total time for this purpose shall not exceed twenty (20) minutes. In accordance with the Brown Act, unless an item has been placed on the published agenda, there shall be no action taken. The Board may 1) acknowledge receipt of the information, 2) refer to staff for further study, or 3) refer the matter to the next agenda.
10. BOARD COMMUNICATION
11. ADMINISTRATOR REPORTS
11.a. School Climate and Safety Preparedness
11.b. Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP)
11.c. Campus Updates
11.c.1. Enrollment
11.c.2. Imperial County Air Pollution Control District (ICAPCD) Dust Abatement Project
11.c.3. School Site Council (SSC) and District English Learner Advisory Committee (DELAC)
11.c.4. See's Candies District Fundraiser
11.d. Department Manager's Reports
11.d.1. Food Services
11.d.2. Maintenance and Operations
11.d.3. Technology
11.d.4. Transportation
11.e. Administrative and Fiscal Services Update
11.e.1. Monthly Fiscal Reports for June and July 2019
Attachments:
Monthly Fiscal Report for 2018-2019 School Year
Monthly Fiscal Report for July 2019
11.e.2. Professional Development Log
Attachments:
Professional Development Log for September 2019
11.e.3. Contracts/MOU Log
Attachments:
Contracts and MOU Log for September 2019
11.e.4. Five-Year Plan
Attachments:
Five Year Plan for September 2019
11.e.5. Credential Monitoring Reports
12. CONSENT AGENDA
Quick Summary / Abstract:
All items on the Consent Agenda are considered by the Superintendent to be of a routine nature and may be acted upon with one motion. Any recommendation may be removed from the Consent Agenda.

12.a. Regular Board Meeting Minutes of August 13, 2019 (Absent: Corfman/Tagg)
Attachments:
Regular Board Meeting Minutes of August 13, 2019
12.b. Special Board Meeting Minutes of July 11, 2019 (Absent: Alvarez/McFadden)
Attachments:
Special Board Mtg Minutes of July 11, 2019
12.c. Commercial Warrants for the Month of August 2019
Attachments:
Commercial Warrants for August 01, 2019
Commercial Warrants for August 08, 2019
Commercial Warrants for August 15, 2019
Commercial Warrants for August 22, 2019
Commercial Warrants for August 29, 2019
12.d. Payroll Warrants for the Month of August 2019 in the Amount of: $706,165.14 for Regular Payroll and $0.00 for Supplemental Payroll
12.e. Resignation of Wendy Zavala in a Special Education Bus Attendant Classified Hourly Position (5 Hours/10 Months) 0.625 FTE - Effective August 14, 2019
13. BUSINESS: INFORMATION ITEMS
14. BUSINESS: ACTION ITEMS
14.a. Discuss/Approve Hiring the Following Employees in Classified Hourly Positions (contingent upon background checks and fingerprint clearance):
14.a.1. Ashley Caro in an Instructional Aide Classified Hourly Position, (5 Hours/10 months) Effective September 11, 2019
14.a.2. Laura Medina in an Instructional Aide Classified Hourly Position, (5 Hours/10 months) Effective September 11, 2019
14.a.3. Yeeni Guzman in a Special Education Bus Attendant Classified Hourly Position (5 Hours/10 months) Effective September 11, 2019
14.b. Discuss/Approve Employment of Substitute Position(s) on an On-Call Day-to-Day Basis (contingent upon background check and fingerprint clearance)
14.b.1. Dianna Espinoza (30-day Substitute Teaching Permit)
14.b.2. Dresden Hester (Pupil Services)
14.b.3. Michelle DeLaTorre (30-Day Substitute Teaching Permit)
14.b.4. Clarissa Ramirez (30-Day Substitute Teaching Permit)
14.b.5. Katriana Seanez (30-Day Substitute Teaching Permit)
14.b.6. Silvia Urena (30-Day Substitute Teaching Permit)
14.c. Discuss/Approve California Code of Regulations Title 5 (5 CCR) Sections 5593 and 5594: Temporary Athletic Team Coach Certification for 2019-2020 School Year
Quick Summary / Abstract:

Section 5593 states that any person serving at any grade level as a temporary athletic team coach must show knowledge and competency in the areas of:

1. Care and prevention of athletic injuries, basic first aid, and emergency procedures;

2. Coaching techniques;

3. Rules and Regulations in the athletic activity being coached; and

4. Child or adolescent psychology, whichever is appropriate to the grade level of the involved sports activity.

Section 5594 states that at the first regular board meeting, or within 30 days after selection of a temporary athletic coach, whichever is sooner, the district superintendent shall certify to the local board of trustees that the provisions in Section 5593 have been met. The board shall certify to the State Board of Education by April 1 of each year that the provisions of Section 5593 have been met.

The district has established a temporary coach’s qualifications in the four competency areas, and is recommending the certification of the following coaches:

  • Robert Amaya
  • Ruben Arreola 
  • Michael Bohannan 
  • Bryce Brown 
  • Janelle Cabanas
  • Michael Garcia 
  • Isaac Leon
  • Miguel Olivares

The Recommendation is to approve the Temporary Coaching Certification for the contracted coaches for the 2019-2020 school year.

The Athletic Director and Coaches have completed the "Concussion in Sports" and "Sudden CardiacArrest (SCA)" Course through the NFHS Learning Center. Certificates are on file. 

Course Outlines 
Concussion in Sports

The NFHS has teamed up with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to educate coaches, officials, parents and students on the importance of proper concussion recognition and management in high school sports. This course highlights the impact of sports-related concussion on athletes, teaches how to recognize a suspected concussion, and provides protocols to manage a suspected concussion with steps to help players return to play safely after a concussion.  Each state's requirements for concussion management are included as part of the course.



Attachments:
Temporary Coach Certification 2019-2020 School Year
14.d. Discuss/Approve Notice of Employment (NOE) for Special Assignment Stipends for the 2019-2020 School Year
14.d.1. Teacher Induction Lead and Support Providers (Formerly BTSA)
Quick Summary / Abstract:

Teacher Induction District Lead for Induction Program - $3,000

Rosa Urias 

Support Providers - $2,000 per Support Provider

Angie Blackerby (SP) for Bryce Brown (Induction Year 1)

Lisa Mayo (SP) for Kristina Hernandez (Induction Year 1)

Gina Arevalo (SP) for Jennifer Allen (Induction Year 2)

Cynthia Hernandez (SP) for Aracely Luera (Induction Year 2)

Jessica Lara (SP) for Deandra Tucker (Induction Year 2)




14.d.2. Special Education Administrative Designee - $3,000 - Martha Bell
14.d.3. PeaceBuilder Advisor - $1,000 - Amanda Christensen
14.d.4. Student Council Advisor - $2,000 - Bryce Brown
14.d.5. Yearbook Advisor -$3,500 - Olivia LeBaron
14.d.6. Sports:
Quick Summary / Abstract:

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR $3,000 - Isaac Leon

COACHES $1,000 per Coach per Season

Fall Season:

  • 7th grade Volleyball – Bryce Brown 
  • 8th grade Volleyball – Janelle Cabanas 
  • 7th grade Soccer – Miguel Olivares 
  • 8th grade Soccer – Ruben Arreola  

 Winter Season:

  • 7th grade Girls Softball – Bryce Brown 
  • 8th grade Girls Softball – Open 
  • 7th grade Boys Basketball – Michael Bohannan 
  • 8th grade Boys Basketball – Ruben Arreola 

  Spring Season:

  • 7th grade Flag Football – Michel Garcia 
  • 8th grade Flag Football – Bryce Brown 
  • 7th grade Girls Basketball – Ruben Arreola 
  • 8th grade Girls Basketball – Michael Bohannan 

14.d.7. 6th Grade Camp Cuyamaca Outdoor Education Program through San Diego County Office of Education - $900 per Teacher
Quick Summary / Abstract:
  • Carolyn Alford 
  • Ruben Arreola
  • Greg Brown
  • Desire Lyons-Baca
  • Rosa Urias 


14.e. Public Hearing to Discuss the Sufficiency of the District's Standards-Aligned Instructional Materials for the 2019-2020 School Year in Compliance with the Williams Legislation
Quick Summary / Abstract:

Public Hearing Opened at: __________

Public Hearing Closed at: __________

14.f. Approve Resolution 19/20 - #1 for Sufficiency of the District's Standards-Aligned Instructional Material for the 2019-2020 School Year in Compliance with the Williams Legislation
Attachments:
Res 19/20 - #1 - Sufficiency of Instructional Materials 19-20
14.g. Discuss/Approve Resolution 19/20 - #2 for 2018-2019 Unaudited Actuals Revised Gann Limit and 2019-2020 Projected Gann Limit
Attachments:
Res 19/20-#2 - Resolution for Adopting the "Gann" Limit
14.h. Discuss/Approve 2018-2019 Unaudited Actuals and 2019-2020 Revised Budget
Attachments:
Unaudited Actuals; 2018-19 and Revised Budget 2019-20
14.i. Discuss/Approve Annual Service Agreement between the County of Imperial and the McCabe Union Elementary School District for services provided by the Department of Behavioral Health Services - Vista Sands (July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020)
Attachments:
Annual Service Agreement with Vista Sands
14.j. Discuss/Approve Bus Routes for the 2019-2020 School Year with the Approval for the Superintendent to Make Changes as needed throughout the school year
Attachments:
Bus Stops for 19-20 School Year
Countryside Map
Famers Estate Map
Miramontes Map
Renaissance Map
15. DATE/TIME OF NEXT SCHEDULED BOARD MEETING
15.a. The next Regular School Board Meeting will be held on Tuesday, October 8, 2019 at 5:00p.m. in the Corfman gym classroom
16. CLOSED SESSION
Quick Summary / Abstract:
There will be a closed session to discuss those matters permitted by the Brown Act, I.E. Personnel, Property, Negotiations, Litigation and Special Contracts, if necessary.
16.a. Pending Litigation (Request for Due Process, Student #51000124)
16.b. Conference with Labor Negotiators: Agency Designated Representative: Laura Dubbe, Superintendent, Employee Organization: California School Employees Association
17. ACTION FROM CLOSED SESSION, IF ANY
18. ADJOURNMENT OF MEETING

Published: September 6, 2019, 4:09 PM

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