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Board of Education Regular Meeting
Gilroy USD
August 06, 2020 7:00PM
Via Zoom Teleconference Closed Session 5:00 PM|Regular Session 7:00 PM

1. CALL TO ORDER (Procedural Item)
Quick Summary / Abstract:

 In compliance with the State of California Executive Orders N-29-20 and N-35-20 issued by Governor Newsom, Board Members, interested parties, and members of the public will be able to call or sign into the meeting.

HOW TO CONNECT TO THE MEETING

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PUBLIC COMMENTS/TRANSLATION SERVICES

Public Comments – Members of the public may submit comments on specific items on the agenda, and any items within the jurisdiction of the school district in the following manner: via google forms / Comments may not exceed three (3) minutes.





a. PUBLIC COMMENT ON CLOSED SESSION: Notice is hereby given that a closed session of the Board of Education will be held under the general provisions of Govt. Code Section 54957. This opportunity is provided to allow the public to comment prior to the Board's consideration (Govt. Code Section 54954.3). (Procedural Item)
2. CLOSED SESSION (5:00 PM) (Procedural Item)
a. PUBLIC EMPLOYEE DISCIPLINE/DISMISSAL/RELEASE (Government Code Section 54957[b]) (Action Item)Confidential agenda item.
Quick Summary / Abstract:


b. READMISSION OF STUDENTS TO SCHOOLS MAINTAINED BY THE DISTRICT: 16 Cases (Action Item)Confidential agenda item.
Quick Summary / Abstract:
  • Case # 2015-08
  • Case # 2018-07
  • Case # 2018-09
  • Case # 2019-07
  • Case # 2019-17
  • Case # 2019-22
  • Case # 2019-23
  • Case # 2019-24
  • Case # 2019-25
  • Case # 2019-26
  • Case # 2019-29
  • Case # 2020-03
  • Case # 2020-09
  • Case # 2020-14
  • Case # 2020-17
  • Case # 2020-23
c. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL–ANTICIPATED LITIGATION (Government Code section § 54956.9(d)(2)): (Action Item)Confidential agenda item.
d. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION (Government Code Section 54956.9): 5 Cases (Action Item)Confidential agenda item.
Quick Summary / Abstract:
  • OAH 2020040923
  • OAH 2020030521
  • OAH 2020040560
  • OAH 2019120946 
  • OAH 2020040327

e. CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATORS (Government Code Section 54957[a]) (Discussion Item)Confidential agenda item.
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Employee Organization(s):
California School Employees Association (CSEA)
Gilroy Federation of Paraeducators (GFP)
Gilroy Teachers Association (GTA)
GUSD Management and Confidential Group
District Negotiator: Deborah Flores, Superintendent
3. REGULAR SESSION (7:00 PM) (Procedural Item)
Quick Summary / Abstract:

This meeting is being recorded or broadcasted; images and sounds may be captured of those attending the meeting.

a. Pledge of Allegiance (Procedural Item)
b. Approval of Agenda (Action Item)
c. Recognition (Procedural Item)
Quick Summary / Abstract:
  • Oxley Family
d. General Public Comment (Procedural Item)
Quick Summary / Abstract:

At this time, members of the public may address the board on any items or any issues within the subject matter jurisdiction of the Board that are not listed on this agenda. No action can be taken on an item not on the agenda at this time, but may be referred to the administration or put on a future agenda. Members of the public may also address the Board on an agenda item before or during the Board's consideration of the item. In accordance with Board Bylaw 9323, individual remarks will be limited to 3 minutes each, unless otherwise stipulated.


e. Report of Action Taken in Closed Session (Procedural Item)
4. SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT - Dr. Deborah Flores (Information Item)
5. CONSENT AGENDA (Procedural Item)
a. RENEWAL Service Agreement with Sonja Biggs Educational Services, Inc. for the 2020-2021 School Year (not to exceed $25,000) (Consent Item)
Rationale:

Dr. Sonja Biggs is an Independent Vision Specialist and is qualified to provide vision services and orientation and mobility services described in students’ Individualized Educational Plans (IEP).


 
Comments:

The District has a responsibility to provide vision services and orientation and mobility services for students who meet eligibility requirements and have services identified in an IEP. These services may also require the use of specialized equipment related to student vision needs. 


Financial Impact:

The total Service Agreement amount is not to exceed $25,000.


Recommended Motion:

Approval of the Service Agreement with Sonja Biggs Educational Services and the Gilroy Unified School District is recommended.


Attachments:
Rate Sheet
Service Agreement
b. Personnel Items (Consent Item)
Recommended Motion:
Board approval is recommended of the attached personnel items.
Attachments:
Personnel Items, August 6,2020
c. Approval of Board Meeting Minutes: June 11, 2020 & July 14, 2020 (Action Item)
Attachments:
July 14, 2020 Board Meeting Minutes
June 11, 2020 Board Meeting Minutes
d. RENEWAL Service Agreement with Michael Slone for the 2020-2021 School Year (not to exceed $12,000) (Consent Item)
Rationale:
This contract is required for two (2) Independent Educational Evaluations (IEEs) for psychoeducational assessments.
 
Comments:

Federal regulations state that parents of a child with a disability have a right to obtain an Independent Educational 

Evaluation (IEE). 34 C.F.R. 300.502(a)(1). An IEE is broadly defined as “an evaluation conducted by a qualified examiner who is not employed by the public agency responsible for the education of the child in question” 34 C.F.R. 300.502(a)(1). An IEE is not limited to evaluation only a child’s academic or cognitive skills, but may include the evaluation of any skill related to the child’s educational needs.


Financial Impact:
The total Service Agreement amount will not exceed $12,000.
Recommended Motion:

Approval of the Service Agreement with Michael Slone and the Gilroy Unified School District is recommended.


Attachments:
Service Agreement
e. RENEWAL Service Agreement with Alphavista Services, Inc. for the 2020-2021 School Year (not to exceed $767,229,60) (Consent Item)
Rationale:

Alphavista provides special education teachers and related service providers to school districts in Northern California. The Gilroy Unified School District has a need to staff vacancies for speech and language therapists, and occupational therapists. The District has contracted with Alphavista for a number of years and is satisfied with their services.


 
Comments:

The District has responsibility to provide speech and language and occupational therapy services for students who meet eligibility requirements and have services identified through an Individualized Education Plan (IEP). The Gilroy Unified School District serves about 1,600 students with entitlement to special education services through an IEP. Of these students, there are approximately 900 students with mandated speech and language services and approximately 150 with mandated occupational therapy services.

  • Up to 4 FTE Speech and Language Pathologist

  • Up to 1 FTE Occupational Therapist

  • Up to  1 FTE Mental Health/School Counselor


Financial Impact:

The total Service Agreement amount will not exceed $767,229.60.


Recommended Motion:

Approval of the Service Agreement with Alphavista Services, Inc. and the Gilroy Unified School District is recommended.



Attachments:
Rate Sheet
Service Agreement
f. RENEWAL Service Agreement with 101 Therapy Staffing, Inc. for the 2020-2021 School Year (not to exceed $457,683.84) (Consent Item)
Rationale:

The Gilroy Unified School District has a need to fill vacant positions with credentialed special education teachers and related service providers. 101 therapy Staffing, Inc. is an agency that provides  Districts with credentialed special education teachers and  instructional staff that can provide services.


 
Comments:

The District has a responsibility to provide special education services for students who meet eligibility requirements and have services identified through an IEP.  


Due to the shortage of credentialed special education teachers, the District needs to pursue all opportunities to hire resource specialists and special day class teachers for the upcoming school year, but does not anticipate being able to fill all the special education vacancies. The District needs to hire up to 2 Special Education Teachers.


The District has responsibility to provide related services for students who meet eligibility requirements and have services identified through an Individualized Education Plan (IEP). The Gilroy Unified School District serves about 1,600 students with entitlement to special education services through an IEP.

The District has a responsibility to provide communication access for students with hearing impairments. Communication access may include providing sign language interpretation if it is necessary for a student to make progress in their educational program. The District currently serves two (2) students who require a paraprofessional  who is able to function as  ASL interpreters. Up to 2 American Sign Language (ASL)  Para-Educators are currently needed to provide ASL services for students in accordance with their current IEPS.



Financial Impact:
The total Service Agreement amount will not exceed $457,683.84.
Recommended Motion:

Approval of the Service Agreement with 101 Therapy Staffing, Inc. and the Gilroy Unified School District is recommended.


Attachments:
Rate Sheet
Service Agreement
g. RENEWAL Service Agreement with Peggy Barker for the 2020-2021 School Year (not to exceed $8,500) (Consent Item)
Rationale:

Peggy Barker, MS is a highly qualified professional and she has the skills necessary to assist the Gilroy Unified School District in performing the necessary assistive technology services identified in student IEPs and Section 504 plans. She has been contracted to provide these services over the last few years. 


 
Comments:

The District is required to provide assistive technology services as indicated on students’ IEPs and Section 504 plans. Additionally, the District is required to perform assistive technology assessments for students as determined through the IEP and/or Section 504 process when appropriate. Currently, the District does not have a qualified assistive technology specialist to perform these services and must contract out for them.


Financial Impact:
The total Service Agreement amount is not to exceed $8,500.
Recommended Motion:

Approval of the Service Agreement with Peggy Barker and the Gilroy Unified School District is recommended.


Attachments:
Rate Sheet
Service Agreement
h. RENEWAL Service Agreement with Nova Health Therapies, Inc. for the 2020-2021 School Year (not to exceed $126,480) (Consent Item)
Rationale:

Nova Health Therapies provides special education teachers and related service providers to school districts across the country. The Gilroy Unified School District has a need to staff vacancies for occupational therapy positions. The contract is for (1) occupational therapist. 


 
Comments:

The District has responsibility to provide occupational therapy services for students who meet eligibility requirements and have services identified through an Individualized Education Plan (IEP). The Gilroy Unified School District serves about 1,600 students with entitlement to special education services through an IEP. Of these students, there are approximately 150 students with mandated occupational therapy services.


Financial Impact:

The total Service Agreement amount will not exceed $126,480.


Recommended Motion:

Approval of the Service Agreement with Nova Health Therapies, Inc.  and the Gilroy Unified School District is recommended.


Attachments:
Rate Sheet
Service Agreement
i. RENEWAL Service Agreement with Best Medical Resources Health Services, Inc. for the 2020-2021 School Year (not to exceed $125,884.80) (Consent Item)
Rationale:

Best Medical Resources (BMR) provides related services personnel to school districts throughout the United States.


 
Comments:

The District has responsibility to provide speech and language services to students who meet eligibility requirements and have services identified through an Individualized Education Plan (IEP). The Gilroy Unified School District serves students that are entitled to special education services through an IEP. This contract is required for (1) speech and language therapist to provide services in compliance with student IEPS.


Financial Impact:

The total Service Agreement amount will not exceed $125,884.80.


Recommended Motion:

Approval of the Service Agreement with Best Medical Resources Health Services, Inc. and the Gilroy Unified School District is recommended.


Attachments:
Rate Sheet
Service Agreement
j. RENEWAL Service Agreement with McArthur & Levin, LLP for the 2020-2021 School Year (not to exceed $200,000) (Consent Item)
Rationale:

This contract for legal services between the Gilroy Unified School District and McArthur Levin LLP is needed to provide legal services to the Student Services Department regarding issues related to special education.


 
Comments:
McArthur Levin LLP has provided legal services to the Student Services Department regarding issues related to special education for 1 ½ years.
Financial Impact:

The total Service Agreement amount is not to exceed $200,000.


Recommended Motion:

Approval of the Service Agreement with McArthur & Levin, LLP  and the Gilroy Unified School District is recommended.


Attachments:
Service Agreement
k. RENEWAL Service Agreement with A.G.E.S. Learning Solutions, Inc. for the 2020-2021 School Year (not to exceed $544,800) (Consent Item)
Rationale:
A.G.E.S. Learning Solutions provides the Gilroy Unified School District with coaching and support, conducts functional behavioral assessments (FBAs), creates and supports behavior support plans (BSPs) and when requested, provides highly trained BSA support personnel. While the Gilroy Unified School District does employ one district Board Certified Behavior Analyst, the capacity to serve all students is limited. The students assigned to A.G.E.S. typically have more intensive behavioral needs than can be provided with in-house staffing.
 
Comments:

The Director of Student Services, the Student Services Coordinator and the District BCBA have consulted with A.G.E.S. to review all current services for students with behavior services identified on their IEPs. Services for students who can be served through the District resources for the 2020-2021 school year have been reviewed on an ongoing basis throughout the school year through IEP meetings to determine continued level of service.


Financial Impact:

The total Service Agreement amount will not exceed $544,800.


Recommended Motion:
Approval of the Service Agreement with A.G.E.S Learning Solutions, Inc.and the Gilroy Unified School District is recommended.
Attachments:
Rate Sheet
Service Agreement
l. RENEWAL Memorandum Understanding (MOU) with Community Solutions for the 2020-2021 School Year (not to exceed $0) (Consent Item)
Rationale:

The purpose of this MOU is to provide an outline of the following new service agreements with Community solutions. Community Solutions will provide mental health services utilizing the Child Youth Behavioral Health Program (CYBHP) & Solutions to Violence (STV) contract.


 
Comments:

Community Solutions provides services to support the social-emotional welfare of children and families. This agency partnership allows the Gilroy Unified School District to offer services to meet the emotional needs of its students. Solutions to Violence (STV) staff will facilitate the In Touch With Teens curriculum to students at Gilroy, Christopher, and Mt. Madonna High School campuses for the 2020/2021 school year.


Financial Impact:
There will be no financial impact to the District.
Recommended Motion:

Approval of Memorandum of Understanding with Community Solutions and the Gilroy Unified School District is recommended.


Attachments:
MOU
m. RENEWAL Service Agreement with Hi-5 Access Interpreting & Communication Services for the 2020-2021 School Year (not to exceed $2,000) (Consent Item)
Rationale:

This Service Agreement is necessary to provide interpretation as needed for Individual Education Plan (IEP) meetings. When requested, IEP meetings must be held in parent or caregiver’s preferred method of communication.


 
Comments:
Hi-5 Access Interpreting & Communication Services provides on-site & video remote ASL interpreting services.
Financial Impact:
The total Service Agreement amount is not to exceed $2,000.
Recommended Motion:

Approval of the Service Agreement with Hi-5 Access Interpreting Communication services and the Gilroy Unified School District is recommended.


Attachments:
Service Agreement
n. RENEWAL Master Contract with the Esther B. Clark School - South Bay, Non-Public School (NPS) for the 2020-2021 School Year (not to exceed $ 136,846) (Consent Item)
Rationale:

The District has a responsibility to provide a free and appropriate public education for all of its special education students. When all program options have been exhausted within  the District and the Santa Clara County Office of Education, the District must utilize the services of a non-public school (NPS) to meet the needs of students with special needs. All other program options are carefully considered for students before placement is made.

The Esther B. Clark School - South Bay, located in San Jose, Ca is an NPS serving students with social-emotional and behavioral disorders.


 
Comments:

Special education students are placed in a non-public school (NPS) when their educational, behavioral and/or emotional needs go beyond what the District and County Office of Education can provide. This contract is proposed for Esther B. Clark School - South Bay. The student recommended for placement at Esther B. Clark - South Bay requires the unique services offered in this program to make progress toward their IEP goals.

A copy of the Master Contract is provided for review. This contract meets the requirements of Section 56366 of the Education Code, and is used by all districts within the SELPA. Overall, it delineates responsibilities on the part of the NPS and provisions for payment.


Financial Impact:

The total Master Contract  amount will not exceed $136,846.


Recommended Motion:
Approval of the Service Agreement with Esther B. Clark School and the Gilroy Unified School District is recommended.
Attachments:
Calendar
Rate Sheet
Service Agreement
o. RENEWAL Service Agreement with Master Contract with Outdoor Autism and Special Issues School (OASIS) for the 2020-2021 School Year (not to exceed $164,700) (Consent Item)
Rationale:

The District has a responsibility to provide a free and appropriate public education for all of its special education students. When all program options have been exhausted within the District and the Santa Clara County Office of Education, the District must utilize the services of a non-public school (NPS) to meet the needs of students with special needs. All other program options are carefully considered for students before placement is made.

The Outdoor Autism and Special Issues School (OASIS), located in Watsonville, Ca is an NPS serving students with autism in a functional life-skill setting.


 
Comments:

Special education students are placed in a non-public school (NPS) when their educational, behavioral and/or emotional needs go beyond what the District and County Office of Education can provide. This contract is proposed for the Outdoor Autism and Special Issues School (OASIS). The student recommended for placement at OASIS requires the unique functional curriculum offered in this program and community interaction to make progress toward their IEP goals.

A copy of the Master Contract is provided for review. This contract meets the requirements of Section 56366 of the Education Code, and is used by all districts within the SELPA. Overall, it delineates responsibilities on the part of the NPS and provisions for payment.


Financial Impact:

The total Master Contract  amount will not exceed $164,700.


Recommended Motion:

Approval of the Service Agreement with Outdoor Autism and Special Issues School (ASIS) and the Gilroy Unified School District is recommended.


Attachments:
Calendar
Rate Sheet
Service Agreement
p. RENEWAL Service Agreement with Foundation Psychological Services for the 2020-2021 School Year (not to exceed $12,240) (Consent Item)
Rationale:
This contract with Foundations Psychological Services is required for two (2) Independent Educational Evaluations.
 
Comments:

Federal regulations state that parents of a child with a disability have a right to obtain an Independent Education Evaluation (IEE). 34 C.F.R. 300.502(a)(1). An IEE is broadly defined as “an evaluation conducted by a qualified examiner who is not employed by the public agency responsible for the education of the child in question” 34 C.F.R. 300.52(a)(1). An IEE is not limited to evaluating only a child’s academic or cognitive skills but may include the evaluation of any skill related to the child’s educational needs.


Financial Impact:

The total service agreement  amount will not exceed $12,240.


Recommended Motion:
Approval of the Service Agreement with Foundations Psychological Services and the Gilroy Unified School District is recommended.
Attachments:
Service Agreement
q. RENEWAL Master Contract with Second Start Pine Hill for the 2020-2021 School Year (not to exceed $ 103,512.90) (Consent Item)
Rationale:

The District has a responsibility to provide a free and appropriate public education for all of its students with special needs. When all program options have been exhausted within  the District and the Santa Clara County Office of Education, the District must utilize the services of a non-public school (NPS) to meet the needs of its students. All other program options are carefully considered for students before placement in an NPS is made.

The Second Start Pine Hill School is an NPS located in San Jose, Ca. The school provides a multi-disciplinary, academic and therapeutic program for children and adolescents with developmental disabilities and intensive social-emotional needs. 


 
Comments:

Students with special needs are placed in an NPS when their educational and/or emotional needs go beyond what the District and County Office of Education can provide. This contract is for one (1) student that requires the academic and support services that Second Start Pine Hill can provide.

A copy of the Master Contract is provided for review. This contract meets     the requirements of Section 56366 of the Education Code and is used by all districts within the SELPA. Overall, it delineates responsibilities on the part of the NPS and provisions for payment.


Financial Impact:
The total Master Contract  amount will not exceed $103,512.90.
Recommended Motion:

Approval of the Service Agreement with Second Start Pine Hill and the Gilroy Unified School District is recommended.


Attachments:
Calendar
Rate Sheet
Service Agreement
r. RENEWAL Service Agreement with Center for Social Dynamics (CSD) for the 2020-2021 School Year (not to exceed $67,900) (Consent Item)
Rationale:

Contract required for behavioral support services per a settlement agreement.


 
Financial Impact:
The total Service Agreement amount will not exceed $67,900.
Recommended Motion:

Approval of the Service Agreement with Center for Social Dynamics and the Gilroy Unified School District is recommended.


Attachments:
Service Agreement
s. RENEWAL Service Agreement with Ro Health, Inc. for the 2020-2021 School Year (not to exceed $372,000) (Consent Item)
Rationale:

The District has the responsibility to provide School Health Services to students that meet eligibility requirements as determined through the IEP/Section 504 Plan process. School Health Services includes health services required in order to enable a child with a disability to receive a Free Appropriate Public Education (FAPE) as described in the student’s Individualized Education Plan (IEP) or 504 Plan. School Health Services are services that need to be provided by a qualified Registered Nurse or other qualified person.

The District needs to contract with an agency to provide health services for identified students. This contract will cover services to provide students with specialized health care needs that require the assistance of a Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN).


 
Comments:

Up to four (4)  Licensed Vocational Nurses (LVNs) are required to provide nursing services at four (4) sites at  Gilroy Unified School District during the 2020-2021 school year. Also 1  Registered Behavior Technician (RBT).


Financial Impact:

The total Service Agreement amount will not exceed $372,000.


Recommended Motion:

Approval of the Service Agreement with Ro Health, Inc.  and the Gilroy Unified School District is recommended.


Attachments:
Addendum A
Rate Sheet
Service Agreement
t. RENEWAL Service Agreement with Extreme Academy & Learning Center for the 2020-2021 School Year (not to exceed $25,000) (Consent Item)
Rationale:

This service agreement is necessary to provide tutoring services for students who need home instruction.


 
Comments:

The District has a responsibility to provide a free, appropriate public education (FAPE) to all of its special education students. When all program options are exhausted within the District and County programs, the District must utilize the services of a Non-Public Agency (NPA) to meet the needs of students with special needs. All other program options were carefully considered. This NPA provides specialized tutoring and in-home instruction.


Financial Impact:

The total Service Agreement amount is not to exceed $25,000.


Recommended Motion:

Approval of the Service Agreement with Extreme Academy & Learning Center and the Gilroy Unified School District is recommended.


Attachments:
Service Agreement
u. RENEWAL Service Agreement with Discovery Counseling Center for the 2020-2021 School Year (not to exceed $ 20,000) (Consent Item)
Rationale:

The Service Agreement with Discovery Counseling Center will allow counseling services to be provided for students at all schools within the Gilroy Unified School District. Counseling services will be funded by each site that elects to have the counseling services provided.


 
Financial Impact:

The total service agreement  amount will not exceed $20,000.


Recommended Motion:

Approval of the Service Agreement with Discovery Counseling Center and the Gilroy Unified School District is recommended.


Attachments:
Rate Sheet
Service Agreement
v. NEW Memorandum Understanding (MOU) with Rebekah Children’s Services for the 2020-2021 School Year (not to exceed $0) (Consent Item)
Rationale:
The purpose of this MOU is to specify the roles, responsibilities, and agreements and present the array of available services of the participating parties in order to promote an effective, collaborative partnership in the provision of services to children and families.
 
Comments:

Rebekah’s Children’s Services provides services to support the social-emotional welfare of children and families. This agency partnership allows the Gilroy Unified School District to offer services to meet the emotional needs of its students. 


Financial Impact:
There will be no financial impact to the District.
Recommended Motion:

Approval of Memorandum of Understanding with Rebekah Children’s Services and the Gilroy Unified School District is recommended.


Attachments:
MOU
w. NEW Memorandum of Understanding with The Core Collaborative for the 2020-2021 School Year (Not to Exceed $79,200) (Consent Item)
Rationale:
The three middle schools at Gilroy Unified School District have been using StudySync curriculum in English Language Arts (ELA) for 3 years and are in need of support creating rigorous common expectations and pacing in all classrooms.  The Core Collaborative is an experienced company with proven results in bringing teams together to agree on common planning, implementation, and assessment. 
 
Comments:
The Core Collaborative Learning Network specializes in creating learner centered systems and empowering educators by strengthening existing systems and focusing on results.  They center their work on creating culture and empowering teachers to work in collaboration to increase their impact in the classroom, by focusing on critical learning goals, analyzing evidence, and taking collective action, and by increasing student ownership.
Financial Impact:
Not to Exceed $79,200 for 16 days of training to be paid out of Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) - Goal 1 of the Local Control Accountability Plan. 
Recommended Motion:
Approval of the Memorandum of Understanding with Gilroy Unified School District and The Core Initiative for the 2020-2021 school year is recommended.
Attachments:
Proposal Core Collaborative
Signed Agreement
x. RENEWAL Contract between the Gilroy Unified School District and BeGLAD for Professional Development (not to exceed $43,200.) (Consent Item)
Rationale:

The District seeks to contract with BeGLAD for six days of virtual professional development days in the Project GLAD (Guided Language Acquisition Design) model for teachers in grades 4 and 5 at three elementary sites during the 2020-21 school year. The GLAD training is designed to provide teachers with instructional strategies to support students’ language acquisition and literacy. 

The three elementary schools that will participate in the virtual GLAD training; are Las Animas, Rod Kelley, and Luigi Aprea. At each of these schools, teachers in fourth and fifth grades will participate in GLAD training to help students build language acquisition with an approach that integrates the curriculum and engages them in meaningful content. Teachers at the upper grades and administrators have expressed interest in supporting students with common strategies that build upon one another throughout the grades. 

BeGLAD will provide two days of training in the theory and background of the GLAD model, followed by four days throughout the year of demonstration lessons and teacher planning time for unit development. In addition to the 25 classroom teachers, literacy facilitators will participate in the training in order to support implementation of the practices. 
 
Comments:
The GLAD model has been in existence for over 25 years and is very similar to the Sobrato Early Academic Language (SEAL) model. Many of the SEAL strategies are modeled after the GLAD instructional strategies. Both focus on presenting information to students using a thematic approach. Both models are focused on supporting English learners. Teachers in both models engage in collaborative planning and developing units integrating Science, Social Studies and English language arts with specific attention to addressing the English Language Development standards.

Financial Impact:
The cost of the professional development will not exceed $43,200 and will be paid from Title III funds.
Recommended Motion:
Board approval is recommended for the agreement between the Gilroy Unified School District and BeGLAD for professional development. 
Attachments:
Scope of Work
Signed BeGLAD Contract
y. Addendum of Contract between Gilroy Unified School District and The ThomasKelly Software Associates for the 2020-2021 school year (not to exceed $6,250) (Consent Item)
Rationale:

The ThomasKelly Software Associate has experience in successfully implementing, hosting, training, and supporting After School Program Software as a Service (SaaS) systems for school districts and state education departments.  The EZ Reports software is currently being used by over 2000 after school programs throughout the United States.  SaaS software simplifies the attendance reporting process allowing for greater accountability at the site level, and also supports the State and Federal reporting requirements. 

Power School requires a system to accurately track and report attendance and other information for 7 after school sites, 1 summer program at 3 sites, and 4 before school program classes.

$1,000 was board approved in May and now that the ASES and 21st Century grant funding has confirmed, the remaining $5,250 is ready to be approved.

This is the addendum to the contract for the total amount of $6,250

 
Financial Impact:
$6,250 from 2020/2021 After School Education and Safety (ASES) and 21st Century Community Larning Centers (CCLC) grants.
Recommended Motion:
Approval of the amendment of the contracts between Gilroy Unified School District and The ThomasKelly Software Associates (TKSA) for the 2020-2021 school year is recommended. 
Attachments:
ThomasKelly Software
z. RENEWAL of Contract between Gilroy Unified School District and GToft Inc. for the 2020-2021 School Year ($3,050) (Consent Item)
Rationale:

Power School is operating a new fee-based program at Luigi Aprea that is being supported financially by GUSD in order to ensure consistent programming for ADB students. 

The addition of Luigi Aprea as a fee-based program into Power School requires the addition of software for online registration, attendance, billing, and fee collection processes.

Power School currently uses EZReports (from affiliate company ThomasKelly Software) for accurately tracking and reporting attendance and other information for 8 after school sites, 1 summer program at 3 sites, and 4 before school program classes.  The addition of GTSoft's EZChildTrack to partner with EZReports will be a smooth transition for program operation at Luigi Aprea.


 
Comments:

GTSoft Inc. has experience in successfully implementing, hosting, training, and supporting childcare/afterschool management software as a Service (SaaS) system for fee or tuition based programs.  THe EZChildTrack software is currently being used by over 2,000 schools/private organizations nationwide.

EZChildTrack will allow for the online registration, billing, attendance tracking and fee processing for the new Power School program that will operate at Luigi Aprea beginning in the 2020-2021 school year.

Financial Impact:
The fee for 2020-2021 is $3,050 from the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) Goal 1 funds.
Recommended Motion:
Approval of the contract between Gilroy Unified School District and GTSoft Inc, for the 2020-2021 school year is recommended.
Attachments:
GTSoft Inc
6. ACTION/INFORMATION ITEMS (Procedural Item)
a. Distance Learning Plan Update (Information Item)
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Staff will provide an update for the Board and public about the distance learning plan for Preschool through 12th grade that will begin on August 12, 2020.
Rationale:

At the July 14, 2020 Board meeting, the Board approved the recommendation to begin the 2020-2021 school year in the distance learning model for all grades in the Gilroy Unified School District. Since then, the Governor released a directive that districts in the counties on the State's watch list begin the year in distance learning and remain in distance learning until the county has been off the State's watch list for 14 consecutive days.

At the July 14, 2020 Board meeting, staff presented an overview of the distance learning plan. At this meeting (August 6, 2020), staff will provide additional details about the distance learning plan for GUSD. Staff will also provide additional details about the Virtual Learning Academy (VLA).

 
Attachments:
Distance Learning Presentation
b. RENEWAL Contract with the Gilroy Unified School District and Istation for the purchase of Istation Software (Not to exceed $105,352.25) (Action Item)
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Staff will present the contract with Istation for the purchase of Istation program software licenses.
Rationale:
The District seeks to purchase the Istation software program for use at all elementary school sites in grades TK-5.
 
Comments:

Istation is a computer-based assessment and instructional support program for reading. The program has been used at three elementary school sites (Rod Kelley, Rucker and Glen View) for the last several years. This proposal expands the program to all elementary schools. 

Istation is an adaptive program that provides students with lessons and assessments based on individual identified student needs. The program provides teachers and administrators with a range of reports that will be used for progress monitoring and curriculum support within and across schools. Istation can also be used by students at home. Teachers, site and district administrators will monitor student progress data regularly, and will engage in collaborative data analysis to identify student needs, make curricular adjustments, and provide additional student support. In addition to the District’s benchmarks, Istation will provide a common measure of student progress. 

Financial Impact:
The cost of the software program will not exceed $105,352.25 and will be paid by site funds.
Recommended Motion:
Board approval is recommended for the purchase of Istation program licenses.
Attachments:
Signed Proposal
c. RENEWAL of Contracts between the Gilroy Unified School District YMCA and Youth Alliance for the 2020-2021 school year (YMCA Not to Exceed $824,068/ Youth Alliance Not to Exceed $821,948) (Action Item)
Quick Summary / Abstract:
 Staff will present the contracts with YMCA and Youth Alliance for the 2020-21 school year. 
Rationale:

In order to operate effectively and cost efficiently after school and summer programs, GUSD contracts with community partners to develop comprehensive programs that support Common core 21st Century Learning skills and provide recreation and enrichment for students.  Based on the success of this collaboration, it is recommended this agreement continue through 2020-2021 school year.

The YMCA contract includes 2 proposals, one for the After School Education and Safety (ASES) 21st Century Community Learning Centers grant programs at El Roble, Las Animas, and Rucker, and a second proposal for the fee-based program designed to support Antonio Del Buono students that moved to Luigi Aprea and Rucker.  YMCA and Youth Alliance contracts are billed by invoice for hours and work completed.  It is possible, depending on the program implemented, that the full contract amounts may not be spent.

During the Shelter-in-Place, Power School staff supported the needs of the Gilroy Unified student community in various ways including preparing and distributing Chromebooks, contacting families to support with information collection and dissemination, distributing meals to students from buses, and development of virtual after school and summer camp programs for students.

Power School is ready to be creative to continue to find ways to support students with virtual programming in the fall and plan to be prepared to support as the program model changes throughout the school year.

 
Comments:

"Staff in these programs often have had similar experiences with the student population and can quickly form authentic relationships with students.  And, because family members sign their children out with staff at the end of the after-school program, expanded learning staff are more likely to have relationships with families, often acting as a bridge to school-day teachers through the ongoing communication that naturally takes place.  In fact, during distance learning, some districts have relied on their expanded learning partners to find and re-engage families that they could not reach remotely.  Expanded learning programs also focus on creating safe, supportive learning environments that foster a sense of belonging for all students, reinforce high expectations for behavior, and inspire engagement, skill development, and mastery-all of which are enhanced and deepened through the trust built between students and expanded learning staff.  In this time of dysregulation and readjustment, expanded learning providers are key allies in reaching students and rebalancing their equilibrium for learning."

page 28 of the California Department of Education's Safer Together Guidebook for Re-Opening

Financial Impact:
YMCA is not to exceed $824,068 and Youth Alliance is not to exceed $821,948 from the 2020-2021 After School Education and Safety (ASES) and 21st Century Community Learning Centers (CCLC) grants.
Recommended Motion:
Approval of the contracts between Gilroy Unified School Districts and the YMCA and Youth Alliance for the 2020-2021 school year is recommended. 
Attachments:
Power School Update
YMCA contract
Youth Alliance Contract
d. NEW Contract with Edmentum-Courseware and Calvert Online Curriculum (Not to exceed $126,500) (Action Item)
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Staff will present the contract with Edmentum for the purchase Edmentum Courseware and Calvert online program licenses. 
Rationale:
The Edmentum Courseware and Calvert contract is for the purchase of 400 program licenses to support implementation of the Gilroy Unified School District Virtual Learning Academy. This will include up to 200 licenses for the middle school Edmentum Courseware plus Core Library and 200 licenses for the elementary Calvert program. 
 
Comments:
The number of licenses is based on an estimate. Once enrollment in the Virtual Learning Academy is confirmed, there may be a need to expand the number of licenses.  
Financial Impact:

The cost of the program licenses will not exceed $126,500 and will be paid from the CARES ACT, Coronavirus Relief Fund (CRF). This is part of the federal funds that must be spent by December 2020.

Recommended Motion:

Board approval is recommended for the purchase of Edmentum Coursework and Calvert  program licenses. 

Attachments:
Edmentum Quote
e. Approve the 45-Day Revision to the GUSD 2020-21 Budget (Action Item)
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Álvaro Meza, Assistant Superintendent of Business Services/C.B.O., will present the 45-Day Revision to the GUSD 2020-21 Budget for Board action.
Comments:

The Governor signed the 2020-21 State Budget Act on June 29, 2020.  The Enacted Budget did NOT include the budget reductions the Governor had proposed in the May Revise to the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF), nor did it include up to 50% reductions to various state categorical programs.  Instead, the Enacted Budget doubled the amount of cash deferrals to public education, in an effort to prevent deep cuts to the LCFF.  The 2.31% Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) will not be funded for 2020-21.  However, the Budget includes significant one-time federal funding from the CARES ACT to help districts with the unprecedented costs related to the Coronavirus, distance learning, and meeting the needs of our students and staff to address learning loss as a result of this health crisis.


Impact of Enacted Budget on GUSD

  1. Additional on-going LCFF funding of $8.5 million (eliminates reduction to LCFF, but does not provide for the COLA)
  2. The Enacted State Budget includes one-time Federal Funding in the following subsets that were not previously included in the GUSD Budget.The following estimates are from the California Department of Education, posted on July 28, 2020 for the Learning Loss Mitigation Funds ($8,194,648):
    1. Coronavirus Relief Fuds (CRF): $6,618,538 *
    2. Governor’s Emergency Education Relief Fund (GEER): $667,016 *
    3. LCFF/Prop 98: $909,094 *
    4. Nutrition Services: $180,000

Allowable uses of the one-time funds noted above as as follows:

  • Addressing learning loss or accelerating progress to close learning gaps through the implementation, expansion, or enhancement of learning supports that begin before the start of the school year and the continuation of intensive instruction and supports into the school year.
  • Extending the instructional school year by making adjustments to the academic calendar, increasing the number of instructional minutes provided during each week or schoolday, or taking any other action that increases the amount of instructional time or services provided to pupils based on their learning needs.
  • Providing additional academic services for pupils, such as diagnostic assessments of pupil learning needs, intensive instruction for addressing gaps in core academic skills, additional instructional materials or supports, or devices or connectivity for the provision of in-classroom and distance learning.
  • Providing integrated pupil supports to address other barriers to learning, such as the provision of health, counseling, or mental health services, professional development opportunities to help teachers and parents support pupils in distance-learning contexts, access to school breakfast and lunch programs, or programs to address pupil trauma and social-emotional learning. 

Education Code Section 42127(i)(4) specifies that no later than 45 days after the Governor signs the annual Budget Act, the District shall make available for public review any revisions in revenues and expenditures that it has made to its budget to reflect the funding made available by that Budget Act, which required the District to revise its Adopted Budget.  The 45-day period ends August 13, 2020. 

In accordance with this Code, the District has revised its projected 2020-21 revenues based on the Local Control Funding Formula, and has now included the one-time additional funding from federal sources.

* A Learning Continuity and Attendance Plan must be adopted by the Governing Board by September 30, 2020 as a condition of receiving these funds.

Financial Impact:
The Revised Budget eliminates the -7.92% net reduction to the Local Control Funding Formula, resulting in an increase of $8.5 million in on-going revenues.  The Revised Budget also includes the $8.2 million in one-time Learning Loss Mitigation Funds.
Recommended Motion:
Board approval is recommended for the 45-Day Revision to the 2020-21 GUSD Budget.
Attachments:
Final 45-Day Budget Revision
Multi-Year Projection (MYP)
f. Approve Tentative Agreement Between the Gilroy Federation of Paraeducators (GFP) and GUSD for 2019-2020 (Action Item)
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Paul Winslow, Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources, will present the TA with the GFP for Board action.
Rationale:

The Gilroy Federation of Paraeducators and Gilroy Unified School District have agreed to a Tentative Agreement based on reopening negotiations for the current collective bargaining agreement which expires on June 30, 2021.

GUSD and GFP came to agreements to modify the current collective bargaining agreement in Article 6 (Federation Rights), Article 22 (Leaves) and the addition of a Retirement Incentive clause to be trigger only for the 2020-2021 school year and only if another employee group receives a Retirement Incentive.
 
Financial Impact:
There is no fiscal impact.

Recommended Motion:
Approve Tentative Agreement between the Gilroy Federation of Paraeducators (GFP) and GUSD for 2019-2020.
Attachments:
Tentative Agreement - GFP
g. Provisional Internship Permit Request: Lauren Miller, Las Animas/SDC, Special Education Moderate/Severe (Action Item)
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Paul Winslow, Assistant Superintendent, Human Resources, will present the request for a Provisional Internship Permit for Lauren Miller
Rationale:

The District makes every effort to hire fully-credentialed teachers for all certificated positions. Teachers who are in the process of receiving their teaching credential can be issued a Provisional Internship Permit while completing their requirements.

Lauren Miller has been offered the Las Animas/SDC Special Education Monderate/Severe position. She will need a Provisional Internship Permit.
 
Financial Impact:
This cost is within the proposed 2020-2021 budget.
Recommended Motion:
Board approval is recommended for the request of a Provisional Internship Permit for Lauren Miller, Las Animas/SDC Special Education Monderate/Severe.
Attachments:
L. Miller PIP
h. Provisional Internship Permit Request: Haley Romero, Gilroy High School, Math Teacher (Action Item)
Quick Summary / Abstract:

Paul Winslow, Assistant Superintendent, Human Resources, will present the request for a Provisional Internship Permit for Haley Romero

Rationale:

The District makes every effort to hire fully-credentialed teachers for all certificated positions. Teachers who are in the process of receiving their teaching credential can be issued a Provisional Internship Permit while completing their requirements.

Haley Romero has been offered the Math teacher position at Gilroy High School. She will need a Provisional Internship Permit.

 
Financial Impact:

This cost is within the proposed 2020-2021 budget.

Recommended Motion:
Board approval is recommended for the request of a Provisional Internship Permit for Haley Romero, Math Teacher at Gilroy High School.
Attachments:
H. Romero PIP
i. Variable Term Waiver Request: Prabha Hothur, Gilroy High School, Single Subject Math. (Action Item)
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Paul Winslow, Assistant Superintendent, Human Resources, will present the request for a Variable Term Waiver for Prabba Hothur, Gilroy High School, Single Subject Math
Rationale:

The District makes every effort to hire fully-credentialed teachers for all certificated positions. Teachers who are in the process of receiving their teaching credential can be issued a Variable Term Waiver while completing their requirements. 

Prabba Hothur has been offered the Gilroy High School Math position. She will need a waiver in order to teach Math. 
 
Financial Impact:

This cost is within the proposed 2020-2021 budget.

Recommended Motion:
Board approval is recommended for the request of a Variable Term Waiver for Prabba Hothur, Single Subject Math.
Attachments:
P. Hothur Waiver
j. Variable Term Waiver Request: Gloria Fox, Gilroy High School, Single Subject/Math (Action Item)
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Paul Winslow, Assistant Superintendent, Human Resources, will present the request for a Variable Term Waiver for Gloria Fox, Gilroy High School, Single Subject/Math
Rationale:

The District makes every effort to hire fully-credentialed teachers for all certificated positions. Teachers who are in the process of receiving their teaching credential can be issued a Variable Term Waiver while completing their requirements. 

Gloria Fox has been offered the Single Subject Math position at Gilroy High School. She will need a waiver in order to teach math.
 
Financial Impact:

This cost is within the proposed 2020-2021 budget.

Recommended Motion:
Board approval is recommended for the request of a Variable Term Waiver for Gloria Fox, GIlroy High School Single Subject Math.
Attachments:
G. Fox Waiver
k. Variable Term Waiver Request: Terri Hendrix, South Valley/SDC, Special Education Mild/Moderate (Action Item)
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Paul Winslow, Assistant Superintendent, Human Resources, will present the request for a Variable Term Waiver for Terri Hendrix, South Valley/SDC, Special Education Mild/Moderate 
Rationale:

The District makes every effort to hire fully-credentialed teachers for all certificated positions. Teachers who are in the process of receiving their teaching credential can be issued a Variable Term Waiver while completing their requirements. 

Terri Hendrix has been offered the Special Education SDC Mild/Moderate position at South Valley Middle School. She will need a waiver for this position.
 
Financial Impact:

This cost is within the proposed 2020-2021 budget.

Recommended Motion:

Board approval is recommended for the request of a Variable Term Waiver for Terri Hendrix to teach SDC Special Education Mild/Moderate position.

Attachments:
T.Hendrix Waiver
7. ACTION/INFORMATION ITEMS REGARDING FACILITIES AND MAINTENANCE (Procedural Item)
a. Ratification of Purchase of Access Control Hardware and Vape Sensors from Ojo Technologies, Inc., for Brownell Middle School (not to exceed $107,409.70) (Action Item)
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Paul Nadeau, Director of Facilities, will present the proposal from Ojo Technologies, Inc., for the purchase of access control hardware and vape sensors for the Brownell Middle School Modernization Project. 
Rationale:

Access control hardware consists of the electronic mechanisms that allow controlled access to District facilities through a card reader or other technology. These mechanisms will be applied to the exterior doors and interior gates around campus.

This purchase was deemed necessary to not delay the manufacture and installation of gates and doors at the campus and was not foreseen prior to the summer break. 

 
Comments:
 
Financial Impact:
$107,409.70 in Measure E funds have been allocated for this project.
Recommended Motion:
Board approval is recommended for the ratification of this purchase. 
Attachments:
1. Quote for Access Hardware and Vape sensors
2. BMS Cost Matrix for 8/6/20
b. Approval of Contract with School Site Solutions for CEQA Exemptions for Playgrounds at Rod Kelley Elementary School, Glen View Elementary School and El Roble Elementary School (not to exceed $5,000) (Action Item)
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Paul Nadeau, Director of Facilities, will present the contract with School Site Solutions for the preparation and submission of appropriate California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) documentation required for the replacement of playgrounds at Rod Kelley Elementary School, Glen View Elementary School and El Roble Elementary School. 
Rationale:
Playground replacements need to have a CEQA filing verifying their replacement will not cause an impact on the environment. School Site Solutions will manage this submission process for the District. 
 
Comments:
 
Financial Impact:
$5,000 in Measure E funds have been allocated for this project. 
Recommended Motion:
Board approval is recommended for the contract with School Site Solutions. 
Attachments:
1. Contract with School Site Solutions for CEQA exemptions
2. Proposal School Site Solutions
c. Approval of Contract with Carroll Engineering, Inc., for Topography Study of South Valley Middle School (not to exceed $49,800) (Action Item)
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Paul Nadeau, Director of Facilities, will present the contract with Carroll Engineering, Inc., to provide topographical studies for the South Valley Middle School Modernization Project.
Rationale:
These studies are needed by the architect and all trades to aid in the construction activities of the South Valley Middle School Modernization Project. 
 
Financial Impact:
$49,800 in Measure E funds have been allocated for this project. 
Recommended Motion:
Board approval is recommended for the contract with Carroll Engineering, Inc. 
Attachments:
1. Contract with Carroll Engineering for SVMS
2. Proposal from Carroll Engineering
3. SVMS Cost Matrix for 8/6/20
d. Approval of Ratification of Contract with QoVo Solutions, Inc., for the Installation of Access Hardware, Cameras and Vape Sensors at Brownell Middle School (not to exceed $61,465.99) (Action Item)
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Paul Nadeau, Director of Facilities, will present the contract with QoVo Solutions, Inc., for the installation of access hardware, cameras and vape sensors for the Brownell Middle School Modernization Project. 
Rationale:
The installation of these items is not within the scope of the project general contractor and, therefore, falls on the District to contract these services. The District presented the scope of work to prequalified low voltage contractors familiar with the District and this project. Two out of three contractors responded and the best valued contractor was selected. 
 
Financial Impact:
$61,465.99 in Measure E funds have been allocated for this project. 
Recommended Motion:
Board approval of this ratification is recommended for this contract with QoVo Solutions, Inc.
Attachments:
1. Contract with QoVo Solutions, Inc.
2. Proposal from QoVo Solutions, Inc.
3. BMS Cost Matrix for 8/6/20
e. Approval of Change Order #1 with Earth Systems, Inc., for Special Inspections Testing Services at Brownell Middle School (not to exceed $139,352) (Action Item)
Quick Summary / Abstract:

Paul Nadeau, Director of Facilities, will present this change order with Earth Systems, Inc., for special inspections testing services required for the Brownell Middle School Modernization Project. 

Rationale:

The original proposal for this site was based on Division of State Architect (DSA)-submitted drawings that did not include items such as the solar arrays in the staff parking lots.

The DSA has also modified the regulations for approvals on these solar arrays such that installation must be observed at all times. This has significantly increased the number of hours the inspectors must be on site, and thus increased the contract amount. 

 
Financial Impact:
$139,352 in Measure E funds have been allocated to this change order. 
Recommended Motion:
Board approval is recommended for this change order with Earth Systems, Inc.
Attachments:
1. Contract amendment with Earth Systems for BMS
2. Change Order #1 with Earth Systems, Inc.
3. BMS Cost Matrix for 8/6/20
f. Approval of Change Order #1 with Earth Systems, Inc., for Geological Observations and Testing Services at Brownell Middle School (not to exceed $25,00) (Action Item)
Quick Summary / Abstract:

Paul Nadeau, Director of Facilities, will present this change order with Earth Systems, Inc., for geotechnical observations and testing services for the Brownell Middle School Modernization Project.

Rationale:
Since the contractor's original proposal for the project, the scope of the project expanded to include the installation of solar arrays over the staff parking lots. This change order will cover the additional cost for required observations and testing during the installation. 
 
Financial Impact:
$25,000 Measure E funds have been allocated to this change order. 
Recommended Motion:
Board approval is recommended for this change order. 
Attachments:
1. Contract amendment with Earth Systems, Inc., for BMS
2. Change Order #1 with Earth Systems, Inc., for geological observations
3. BMS Cost Matrix for 8/6/20
g. Approval of the Purchase of a Banner for the Multi-Purpose Room for Brownell Middle School (not to exceed $1,187.84) (Action Item)
Quick Summary / Abstract:

Paul Nadeau, Director of Facilities, will present this contract to buy a new banner SignTech for the multi-purpose room at Brownell Middle School.

Financial Impact:
$1,187.84 in Measure E funds have been allocated for this purchase. 
Recommended Motion:
Board approval is recommended for this purchase.
Attachments:
1. Proposal for Brownell banner
2. BMS Cost Matrix for 8/6/20
8. BOARD MEMBER REPORTS (Information Item)
9. UPCOMING AND NEW/REFERRAL AGENDA ITEMS (Procedural Item)
Attachments:
Board Agenda Calendar, August - November 2020
10. ANNOUNCEMENTS (Procedural Item)
Quick Summary / Abstract:

The next REGULAR MEETING of the Board of Education will be held on Thursday, August 20, 2020 via Teleconference. Closed Session will begin at 5:30 p.m., followed by the Regular meeting at 7:00 p.m. The agenda will be available on the district's website by 5:00 p.m., on Friday, August 14th.










a. If necessary, the Board will adjourn to closed session to continue the discussion of items in Section 2 above. (Action Item)
11. ADJOURNMENT (Action Item)

Published: July 31, 2020, 1:51 PM

The resubmit was successful.