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REGULAR MEETING - BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Cypress SD
October 13, 2016 6:30PM
9470 Moody Street, Cypress, California 90630 (714) 220-6900

1. CALL TO ORDER
1.1. Roll Call
2. APPROVE AGENDA
Actions:
Motion
Passed with a motion by Sandra Lee and a second by Candi Kern.
Vote:
Yes Candi Kern.
Yes Sandra Lee.
Yes Brian Nakamura.
Yes Lydia Sondhi, Ph.D..
3. PUBLIC COMMENTS - CLOSED SESSION
Quick Summary / Abstract:
In accordance with Government Code Section 54954.3, anyone who wishes to address the Board on any closed session agenda item may be recognized at this time.
4. RECESS TO CLOSED SESSION
4.1. Public Employee Performance Evaluation (§ 54957)
Quick Summary / Abstract:
TITLE: Superintendent
5. RECONVENE TO OPEN SESSION - 7:00 P.M.
5.1. Closed Session Report
5.2. Pledge of Allegiance
6. SPECIAL ACTIVITIES
6.1. School Presentation - Luther
Rationale:
Cypress School District students and staff are grateful to the Board of Trustees for their commitment to creating 21st century learning environments and opportunities for our students. The recent opening of new STEM and music classrooms at each school site is a testament to their dedication in this area.

In August, district STEM TOSAs Mindy Steele and Adam Kelley began STEM training for teachers at all grade levels, and students have now experienced their first engineering design challenge in the new STEM lab. Students were introduced to the engineering design process through a "Toy Design Challenge."

Third grade students from Dale Krehbiel’s class at Luther School will share their experience in the STEM lab and describe what they learned during their first STEM challenge activity.
 
6.2. Transportation Department Update
Rationale:
Staff will provide a presentation about the District's Transportation program.

 
7. PUBLIC COMMENTS
Quick Summary / Abstract:
In accordance with Government Code Section 54954.3, anyone who wishes to address the Board on any item of interest to the public that is within the jurisdiction of the Board may be recognized at this time. Matters not on the agenda may not be acted on by the Board of trustees, but may be received and referred to staff or be placed on a subsequent Board agenda for consideration. Items on the agenda may be addressed at the time agendized.
8. PUBLIC RECOGNITION
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Introduction of employee organization leadership, Educational Leaders, and special visitors.
9. APPROVE MINUTES
9.1. Regular Meeting - September 8, 2016
Actions:
Motion
Passed with a motion by Candi Kern and a second by Sandra Lee.
Vote:
Yes Candi Kern.
Yes Sandra Lee.
Yes Brian Nakamura.
Yes Lydia Sondhi, Ph.D..
Attachments:
Minutes 09-08-2013
9.2. Special Meeting - September 26, 2016
Actions:
Motion
Passed with a motion by Sandra Lee and a second by Candi Kern.
Vote:
Yes Candi Kern.
Yes Sandra Lee.
Yes Brian Nakamura.
Yes Lydia Sondhi, Ph.D..
Attachments:
Minutes 09-26-2016
10. CONSENT ITEMS
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Consent Items require one motion only. Items may be removed from Consent to be acted on individually at any Board Member's request.
Actions:
Motion
Passed with a motion by Candi Kern and a second by Sandra Lee.
Vote:
Yes Candi Kern.
Yes Sandra Lee.
Yes Brian Nakamura.
Yes Lydia Sondhi, Ph.D..
10.1. Approve Gifts to District
Rationale:
Background: Board Policy 3290 requires that any grant or gift made to a school or the District by an individual or organization be presented to the Board of Trustees for approval. 

Current Considerations: Exhibit 1 lists gifts received during the period September 1-30, 2016.

Administrator: Tim McLellan, Ed.D., Assistant Superintendent, Business Services
 
Financial Impact:
Gifts of cash are placed in the appropriate budget accounts. Items other than cash gifts have no financial impact on the budget.
Recommended Motion:
Approve acceptance of gifts received during the period September 1-30, 2016.
Attachments:
Ex.1 Donations Sep'16
10.2. Approve Grants Awarded to District
Rationale:
Background: Board Policy 3290 requires that any grant or bequest made to a school or the District by an individual or organization be presented to the Board of Trustees for approval.

Current Considerations: Exhibit 1 lists grants awarded during the period September 1-30, 2016.

Administrator: Tandy Taylor, Director of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment
 
Recommended Motion:
Approve acceptance of grants received during the period September 1-30, 2016.
Attachments:
Ex.1 Grants Sep'16
10.3. Approve Nonpublic, Nonsectarian School/Agency Service Expenses
Rationale:
Background: Per Board Policy 6159.2, when the District is unable to provide direct special education and/or related services to students with disabilities, the District may enter into a contract with a nonpublic, nonsectarian school or agency to meet the students' needs. 

Current Considerations:  Exhibit 1 lists invoices for payment. A detailed report of these expenditures is maintained in a confidential file in the Special Education office.

Administrator: Scott Adams, Director, Special Education/Student Services
 
Financial Impact:
The total cost of $20,000 will be paid from the General Fund.
Recommended Motion:
Approve the payment of nonpublic, nonsectarian school/agency service invoices totaling $20,000.
Attachments:
Ex.1 SpEd Expense
10.4. Ratify Renewal of Service Agreement with Paradigm Healthcare Services for LEA Medi-Cal Billing Services
Rationale:
Background: The Local Educational Agency (LEA) Medi-Cal Billing Option Program provides federal financial reimbursement to LEAs for health-related services, such as health procedures, speech and language therapy, or counseling, to students receiving special education services and who are on Medi-Cal.

Current Considerations: Paradigm Healthcare Services assists the District with processing Medi-Cal claims, invoices, and quarterly reports. The company also provides ongoing staff training on Medi-Cal requirements and procedures. The renewal agreement (Exhibit 1) covers the period of July 1, 2016 through June 30, 2019.

Administrator: Scott Adams, Director, Special Education/Student Services
 
Financial Impact:
There is no direct financial impact to the District. All costs associated with Paradigm Healthcare Services are funded through Medi-Cal reimbursements upon the completion of each billing quarter.
Recommended Motion:
Ratify renewal of an agreement with Paradigm Healthcare Services for LEA Medi-Cal billing services for special education students during the period of July 1, 2016 and June 30, 2019.
Attachments:
Ex.1 Paradigm Agreement
10.5. Approve Human Resources Report, Certificated
Rationale:
Background: Human Resources transactions that are of a routine nature are authorized by the Superintendent or designee. These transactions are presented for Board approval/ratification as consent items that require little or no explanation or discussion due to either the nature of the transaction or a previous item where the action implements Board direction.

Current Considerations: Human Resources transactions occurring since the September 8, 2016 report are listed in Exhibit 1.

Administrator: Tracy Mouren-Laurens, Administrative Director, Human Resources/Induction
 
Financial Impact:
Listed positions and expenditures are within approved budget amounts.
Recommended Motion:
Approve Human Resources Report, Certificated, listing transactions occurring since the September 8, 2016 report.
Attachments:
Ex.1 CE Report
10.6. Approve Human Resources Report, Classified
Rationale:
Background: Human Resources transactions that are of a routine nature are authorized by the Superintendent or designee. These transactions are presented for Board approval/ratification as consent items that require little or no explanation or discussion due to either the nature of the transaction or a previous item where the action implements Board direction.

Current Considerations: Human Resources transactions occurring since the September 8, 2016 report are listed in Exhibit 1.

Administrator: Tracy Mouren-Laurens, Administrative Director, Human Resources/Induction
 
Financial Impact:
Listed positions and expenditures are within approved budget amounts.
Recommended Motion:
Approve Human Resources Report, Classified, listing transactions occurring since the September 8, 2016 report.
Attachments:
Ex.1 CL Report
10.7. Ratify Check Report
Rationale:
Background: Per Board Policy 3314, the Board shall approve all warrants at a regularly scheduled Board Meeting.

Current Considerations: Exhibit 1 lists all checks written during the period September 1-30, 2016.

Administrator: Tim McLellan, Ed.D., Assistant Superintendent, Business Services
 
Financial Impact:
Checks are within approved budget amounts.
Recommended Motion:
Ratify the Check Report listing all checks written during the period September 1-30, 2016.
Attachments:
Ex.1 Check Report Sep'16
10.8. Ratify Purchase Order Report
Rationale:
Background: Per Board Policy 3300, the Board shall review all transactions entered into by the Superintendent or designee on behalf of the Board.

Current Considerations: Exhibit 1 lists purchase orders issued during the period September 1-30, 2016.

Administrator: Tim McLellan, Ed.D., Assistant Superintendent, Business Services
 
Financial Impact:
Purchase orders are within approved budget amounts.
Recommended Motion:
Ratify the Purchase Order Report listing all purchase orders issued during the period September 1-30, 2016.
Attachments:
Ex.1 PO Report Sep'16
10.9. Renew Contract with Total Compensation Systems, Inc. for Biennial GASB 45 Actuarial Valuation
Rationale:
Background: Governmental Accounting Standards Board Statement No. 45 (GASB 45) requires that public agencies account for, and report, the annual required contribution (ARC) for Other Postemployment Benefits (OPEBs) provided to retired employees based on actuarially determined amounts. An actuarial valuation must be performed every two years. OPEBs principally involve postemployment healthcare. By contract, Cypress School District continues to provide health insurance benefits until age 65 for employees who have been employed by the District for at least 10 years and retire under STRS or PERS .

Current Considerations: The District has previously contracted with Total Compensation Systems, Inc. for its 2008, 2010, 2012, and 2014 GASB45 actuarial valuation studies. Exhibit 1 outlines the services to be provided for the 2016 study.

Administrator: Tim McLellan, Ed.D., Assistant Superintendent, Business Services
 
Financial Impact:
The cost for this study is $5,000 and will be paid from the general fund.
Recommended Motion:
Approve contracting with Total Compensation Systems, Inc. for 2016 GASB 45 actuarial valuation services at a cost of $5,000.
Attachments:
Ex.1 TCS Proposal
10.10. Renew Contract with California Schools Voluntary Employees Benefits Association (VEBA) for 2017 Employee Health Insurance
Rationale:
Background: The California Schools Voluntary Employees Benefits Association (VEBA) is a joint labor-management benefits organization specializing in providing health care benefits for education employees. Cypress School District has been a member since 2011. Health insurance plans offered through VEBA are: Kaiser HMO, United Healthcare HMO, and United Healthcare PPO. The benefits plan year runs from January to December.

Current Considerations:  The VEBA 2017 renewal rates reflect the following increases from 2016:

Kaiser HMO +6.81%
United Healthcare HMO +2.5%
United Healthcare PPO  +7.78%

The District contributes a specific percentage toward the cost of health insurance for eligible employees and retirees, as agreed to in the District’s Collective Bargaining Agreements with ACT and CSEA. A breakdown of the premium costs per employee, based on plan selection, is provided as Exhibit 1.

Administrator: Tim McLellan, Ed.D., Assistant Superintendent, Business Services
 
Financial Impact:
Exact financial implications are not known at this time. However, it is anticipated that the difference in cost to the District from last year will be minimal and in proportion to the renewal increase percentages noted above. After the open enrollment period, the District will be able to determine final costs.
Recommended Motion:
Approve renewing a contract with the California Schools Voluntary Employees Benefits Association (VEBA) for employee health insurance for the plan year January 1 through December 31, 2017.
Attachments:
Ex.1 - 2017 Insurance Rates
11. DISCUSSION/ACTION
11.1. Approve New Job Description, Positions, and Salary for Instructional Assistant (State Funded Preschool Program)
Rationale:
Background:  Cypress School District was awarded a grant for a California State Preschool Program which will start once licensing has been secured and employees have been hired.  Job descriptions for Program Manager-Early Learning, Preschool Teacher, and Family Resource Assistant-Bilingual have already been approved by the Board and recruitment and hiring of staff is completed or in progress for these positions.

Current Considerations:  District and CSEA representatives have worked together to create one more necessary job description for the preschool program, for the position of Instructional Assistant, Exhibit 1.  Placement at Range 19 on the classified salary schedule is recommended.  Two Instructional Assistants will be hired, one working full-time for 12 months per year in the year-round program and one working 186 duty days per year in the traditional academic year program.

Administrator:  Tracy Mouren-Laurens, Administrative Director, Human Resources/Induction
 
Financial Impact:
Beginning annual salaries of $38,276 (year-round) and $30,227 (academic-year) Instructional Assistants (excluding statutory and health benefits) will be paid from the California State Preschool Program grant.
Recommended Motion:
Approve the new job description and two positions for Instructional Assistant (State Funded Preschool Program) with placement at Range 19 on the classified salary schedule.
Actions:
Motion
Approve the new job description and two positions for Instructional Assistant (State Funded Preschool Program) with placement at Range 19 on the classified salary schedule. Passed with a motion by Candi Kern and a second by Sandra Lee.
Vote:
Yes Candi Kern.
Yes Sandra Lee.
Yes Brian Nakamura.
Yes Lydia Sondhi, Ph.D..
Attachments:
Ex.1 Instructional Assistant
11.2. Approve Expense for "Differentiating Instruction: Guidelines for Implementation" Professional Development
Rationale:
Background: Differentiated instruction is a research-based strategy for targeting instruction to support the unique academic needs of students. Staff has identified the need to provide professional development on how to manage and implement differentiated instruction in the classroom.

Current Considerations: Vicki Gibson, Ph.D., is a national educational consultant, author, and speaker specializing in differentiating instruction and collaborative practice, behavioral and classroom management, reading instruction, and early childhood education. Dr. Gibson will provide two days of professional development on implementing differentiated instruction in the classroom. Participants will include TK, kindergarten, and first grade teachers at King and Luther, as well as all six Instructional Learning Coaches and principals. The training is scheduled for October 20-21, 2016 and will take place at the District Office.

Administrator: Tandy Taylor, Director, Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment
 
Financial Impact:
Dr. Gibson is waiving her fee for this two-day training. The only cost to the district will be for reimbursement of travel expenses, including airfare, accommodations, meals, and car rental, at an amount not to exceed $3,000, which will be paid from Educator Effectiveness grant funding.
Recommended Motion:
Approve reimbursement of travel expenses for Vicki Gibson, Ph.D., in an amount not to exceed $3,000, in association with her presentation of "Differentiating Instruction: Guidelines for Implementation" on October 20-21, 2016.
Actions:
Motion
Approve reimbursement of travel expenses for Vicki Gibson, Ph.D., in an amount not to exceed $3,000, in association with her presentation of "Differentiating Instruction: Guidelines for Implementation" on October 20-21, 2016. Passed with a motion by Sandra Lee and a second by Candi Kern.
Vote:
Yes Candi Kern.
Yes Sandra Lee.
Yes Brian Nakamura.
Yes Lydia Sondhi, Ph.D..
11.3. Approve Agreement with Perseus Associates for TransTraks Software
Rationale:
Background: Safely and effectively transporting students is the primary focus of the district's Transportation department. Currently, District staff manually routes school buses.

Current Considerations: The District currently works with Perseus Associates for consulting services and bus driver training. Perseus Associates also offers an online transportation data management system called TransTraks. In addition to bus routing, this program aids in tracking student transportation data, driver training requirements, and vehicle maintenance information. The agreement (Exhibit 1) covers the period November 1, 2016 through June 30, 2017, and will automatically renew annually for up to five years, under the same terms, unless terminated by either party.

Administrator: Tim McLellan, Ed.D., Assistant Superintendent, Business Services
 
Financial Impact:
The monthly access fee for this program is $400. There is also an annual technical support fee of $1,475, which is waived for the first year. These costs will be paid from the general fund.
Recommended Motion:
Approve a Master Software License and Hosting Agreement with Perseus Associates for TransTraks Software for the period November 1, 2016 through June 30, 2017, automatically renewing for up to five years, at a total cost of $3,200 for the first year and $6,275 for years two through five.
Actions:
Motion
Approve a Master Software License and Hosting Agreement with Perseus Associates for TransTraks Software for the period November 1, 2016 through June 30, 2017, automatically renewing for up to five years, at a total cost of $3,200 for the first year and $6,275 for years two through five. Passed with a motion by Candi Kern and a second by Sandra Lee.
Vote:
Yes Candi Kern.
Yes Sandra Lee.
Yes Brian Nakamura.
Yes Lydia Sondhi, Ph.D..
Attachments:
Ex.1 TransTraks Agreement
11.4. Approve Agreement with Orange County Department of Education for Imaging/Workflow System Services
Rationale:
Background: As a public entity, the district is responsible for maintaining many student and employee records. Currently, hard copy records are labeled and stored in the district's warehouse. Digital imaging of records is a safer, more efficient method of file management. Benefits include reduced storage space, enhanced security, improved regulatory compliance, easier retrieval, and better backup and disaster recovery.

Current Considerations: The Orange County Department of Education (OCDE) offers an office imaging software system for records retention. Under this agreement, OCDE will configure an imaging/workflow solution specific to District needs and provide training for staff. District staff will be responsible for scanning all images on a local scanner, and the software and images will be maintained on servers at OCDE. The agreement covers the period October 1, 2016 through June 30, 2017, and will automatically renew annually for a maximum of five years unless terminated by the district.

Administrator: Tim McLellan, Ed.D., Assistant Superintendent, Business Services
 
Financial Impact:
The first year start-up cost is estimated to be $8,181, and includes all hardware, licenses, and implementation fees. The renewal cost for subsequent years will be $2,262, and includes annual support fees and license and equipment fees. The cost will be paid from the general fund.
Recommended Motion:
Approve Imaging/Workflow System Services Software Support Service Agreement No. 43479 with the Orange County Department of Education for the period October 1, 2016 through June 30, 2017, automatically renewing for up to five years, at a cost not to exceed $8,181 for the first year and $2,262 for years two through five.
Actions:
Motion
Approve Imaging/Workflow System Services Software Support Service Agreement No. 43479 with the Orange County Department of Education for the period October 1, 2016 through June 30, 2017, automatically renewing for up to five years, at a cost not to exceed $8,181 for the first year and $2,262 for years two through five. Passed with a motion by Sandra Lee and a second by Candi Kern.
Vote:
Yes Candi Kern.
Yes Sandra Lee.
Yes Brian Nakamura.
Yes Lydia Sondhi, Ph.D..
Attachments:
Ex.1 Agreement No. 43479
11.5. Second Reading and Approval of Administrative Regulation 5116.1
Rationale:
Background: The California School Boards Association (CSBA) releases Board Policy, Administrative Regulation, and Board Bylaw updates five times a year. These updates are presented to the Board for first reading and final adoption at two consecutive Board Meetings.

Current Considerations:  Administrative Regulation 5116.1, Intradistrict Open Enrollment, was presented to the Board for first reading on August 11, 2016. It was subsequently noted that further revision was required, and the regulation was removed from the September 8 agenda and did not undergo second reading and approval.

Administrative Regulation 5116.1 is now presented for second reading and approval (Exhibit 1).

Administrator:  Anne Silavs, Superintendent
 
Recommended Motion:
Adopt updated Administrative Regulation 5116.1 effective October 13, 2016.
Actions:
Motion
Adopt updated Administrative Regulation 5116.1 effective October 13, 2016. Passed with a motion by Lydia Sondhi, Ph.D. and a second by Candi Kern.
Vote:
Yes Candi Kern.
Yes Sandra Lee.
Yes Brian Nakamura.
Yes Lydia Sondhi, Ph.D..
Attachments:
Ex.1 AR 5116.1
11.6. Second Reading and Adoption of District Mission, Vision, and Core Values
Rationale:
Background: Proposed District mission, vision, and core value statements developed during the August 11, 2016 Leadership Workshop were presented to the Board for first reading and discussion at the September 8, 2016 Board Meeting.

Current Considerations: The following mission, vision, and core value statements are now presented for second reading and adoption by the Board.

Mission: We inspire and empower
         Every student,
Every Moment, for
Every opportunity! 
     
Vision: Engaging in dynamic learning for success in an ever-changing world.
     
Core Values:      In the Cypress School District,
    We work with respect and integrity;
We embrace innovation and diversity; and
We model compassion, resilience, and perseverance.

Administrator: Anne Silavs, Superintendent

 
Recommended Motion:
Adopt new District mission, vision, and core value statements effective October 13, 2016.
Actions:
Motion
Adopt new District mission, vision, and core value statements effective October 13, 2016. Passed with a motion by Lydia Sondhi, Ph.D. and a second by Sandra Lee.
Vote:
Yes Candi Kern.
Yes Sandra Lee.
Yes Brian Nakamura.
Yes Lydia Sondhi, Ph.D..
11.7. Approve Revised Job Titles and Descriptions, Administration
Rationale:
Background: Revised job titles and job descriptions will align with the new organizational chart and clarify administrative roles and responsibilities to support student achievement.

Current Considerations:  This item presents three administrative job descriptions which replace and rename three current positions: 
  • Director, Curriculum, Instruction & Assessment, shall be replaced by Director, Instructional Services (Exhibit 1)
  • Director, Special Education/Student Services, shall be replaced by Director, Student Support Services (Exhibit 2)
  • Coordinator, Instructional Technology/Special Projects, shall be replaced by Coordinator, Assessment & Technology (Exhibit 3) 
Each of the three new positions will be paid the same salary as its predecessor and shall be occupied by the incumbent.

Administrator:  Tracy Mouren-Laurens, Administrative Director, Human Resources/Induction

 
Recommended Motion:
Approve the job description for Director, Instructional Services, which will replace Director, Curriculum, Instruction & Assessment; approve the job description for Director, Student Support Services, which will replace Director, Special Education/Student Services; and approve the job description for Coordinator, Assessment & Technology, which will replace Coordinator, Instructional Technology/Special Projects.
Actions:
Motion
Approve the job description for Director, Instructional Services, which will replace Director, Curriculum, Instruction & Assessment; approve the job description for Director, Student Support Services, which will replace Director, Special Education/Student Services; and approve the job description for Coordinator, Assessment & Technology, which will replace Coordinator, Instructional Technology/Special Projects. Passed with a motion by Sandra Lee and a second by Candi Kern.
Vote:
Yes Candi Kern.
Yes Sandra Lee.
Yes Brian Nakamura.
Yes Lydia Sondhi, Ph.D..
Attachments:
Ex.1-Director, Instructional Services
Ex.2-Director, Student Support Services
Ex.3-Coordinator, Assessment & Technology
11.8. Approve Revised Organizational ChartWas edited within 72 hours of the Meeting
Rationale:
Background: Board Policy 4301 states the Superintendent shall maintain a current district organization chart which designates lines of primary responsibility and the relationships among all district positions.

Current Considerations: Staff has updated the district’s organizational chart to:
  • Reflect new positions that were added during the 2015/2016 school year
  • Realign some duties in the Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment and Special Education/Student Services departments
  • Change some administrative titles and job descriptions to provide greater clarity
  • Move supervision of the Resource Center (print shop) from Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment to Business Services

Exhibit 1 is the revised organizational chart.

Administrator:  Anne Silavs, Superintendent


 
Recommended Motion:
Approve the revised district organizational chart effective October 13, 2016.
Actions:
Motion
Approve the revised district organizational chart effective October 13, 2016. Passed with a motion by Candi Kern and a second by Sandra Lee.
Vote:
Yes Candi Kern.
Yes Sandra Lee.
Yes Brian Nakamura.
Yes Lydia Sondhi, Ph.D..
Comments:
10/13/16: Corrected organizational chart (Exhibit 1)
Attachments:
Ex.1 Org Chart
12. INFORMATION/DISCUSSION
12.1. First Reading of Updated Board Policies and Administrative Regulations
Rationale:
Background: The California School Boards Association (CSBA) releases Board Policy, Administrative Regulation, and Board Bylaw updates five times a year. These updates are presented to the Board for first reading and final adoption at two consecutive Board Meetings.

Current Considerations: The following updated Board Policies and Administrative Regulations are presented for first reading by the Board:

BP 1312.3 Uniform Complaint Procedures
AR 1312.3 Uniform Complaint Procedures
BP 3230 Federal Grant Funds
AR 3230 Federal Grant Funds
BP 3270 Sale and Disposal of Books, Equipment, and Supplies
AR 3270 Sale and Disposal of Books, Equipment, and Supplies
AR 3440 Inventories
AR 3460 Financial Reports and Accountability
AR 3512 Equipment
BP 5145.3 Nondiscrimination/Harassment
AR 5145.3 Nondiscrimination/Harassment
BP 5145.7 Sexual Harassment
AR 5145.7 Sexual Harassment

Administrator: Anne Silavs, Superintendent


 
Recommended Motion:
Information only.
Attachments:
1312.3-AR
1312.3-BP
3230-AR
3230-BP
3270-AR
3270-BP
3440-AR
3460-AR
3512-AR
5145.3-AR
5145.3-BP
5145.7-AR
5145.7-BP
12.2. Report of Data: Williams Uniform Complaints, 1st Quarter 2016/17
Rationale:
Background: Education Code 35186 mandates that the District establish policies and procedures regarding deficiencies related to instructional materials, emergency or urgent facilities conditions that might pose a threat to the health or safety of students or staff, and teacher vacancy or misassignment. Additionally, it requires that the Superintendent report summarized data to the Board of Trustees quarterly regarding the nature and resolution of all complaints.

Current Considerations: The District received no complaints during the first quarter of the 2016/17 school year (Exhibit 1).

Administrator: Robert Daley, Director, Maintenance, Operations & Transportation
 
Recommended Motion:
Information only.
Attachments:
Ex.1 Williams 1st Qtr 16-17
13. ANNOUNCEMENTS OR REQUESTS FROM THE BOARD
14. ANNOUNCEMENTS OR REQUESTS FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT
15. ADJOURNMENT

Published: October 7, 2016, 5:04 PM

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