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Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees
Paso Robles Joint USD
June 26, 2018 5:30PM
PASO ROBLES JOINT UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD ROOM, DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION OFFICE 800 NIBLICK ROAD, PASO ROBLES, CA 93446 (805) 769-1000 CLOSED SESSION: 5:30 PM GENERAL SESSION: IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING CLOSED SESSION

Mission Statement:
Our mission is to deliver an exemplary education, in a safe environment, which empowers students with the skills, knowledge, and attitudes necessary for success in an ever-changing world.
A. OPENING CEREMONY
A.1. CALL MEETING TO ORDER
B. ADOPT AGENDA
B.1. ADOPT AGENDA
C. CLOSED SESSION - 5:30 PM
C.1. PUBLIC COMMENT ON CLOSED SESSION AGENDA ITEMS - This opportunity is provided to allow public comment prior to the Board's consideration of any closed session agenda item. Government Code Section 54954.3
C.2. ADJOURN TO CLOSED SESSION
C.2.A. CERTIFICATED PERSONNEL REPORT - Government Code Section 54957
C.2.A.1. Assignments/Replacements: 14; Resignations/Retirements/Terminations: 4; Management Assignments/Replacements: 2
C.2.B. CLASSIFIED PERSONNEL REPORT - Government Code Section 54957
C.2.B.1. Assignments/Replacements: 1; Resignation/Retirements/Terminations: 2
C.2.C. STUDENT DISCIPLINE OR OTHER CONFIDENTIAL STUDENT MATTERS - Education Code Sections 35146, 48900 et seq., 48912(b) and 49060 et seq., and 20 U.S.C. Section 1232g
C.2.D. PUBLIC EMPLOYEE DISCIPLINE/DISMISSAL/RELEASE/LITIGATION/COMPLAINTS - Government Code Section 54957
C.2.E. CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATORS - Government Code Section 54957.6
D. RECONVENE IN OPEN SESSION
D.1. REPORT ON CLOSED SESSION ACTION
E. SALUTE TO THE FLAG
F. PRESENTATIONS/REPORTS
F.1. BOND SALE UPDATE - MARK FARRELL, DALE SCOTT & COMPANY
G. COMMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC
G.1. COMMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC
G.2. CALIFORNIA SCHOOL EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION, CHAPTER #254
G.3. PASO ROBLES PUBLIC EDUCATORS
H. CONSENT AGENDA
H.1. APPROVE BOARD OF TRUSTEES' MEETING MINUTES
Attachments:
Board Meeting Minutes June 12, 2018
H.2. APPROVE PURCHASE ORDER LISTING
Speaker:
K. Shouse
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Board approval of Purchase Order Listing
Recommended Motion:
Staff recommends approval of Purchase Order Number 182019.
Financial Impact:
$1,940.00
Attachments:
PO Listing 06 15 18
H.3. APPROVE PAYMENT LISTING
Speaker:
K. Shouse
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Board approval of Payment Listing
Recommended Motion:
Staff recommends approval of Payment Listing.
Financial Impact:
$2,135,834.62
Attachments:
Payment Listing 06 15 18
H.4. APPROVE PARENT ORGANIZATION/BOOSTER CLUB APPLICATION
Speaker:
K. Shouse
Quick Summary / Abstract:
In fulfilling fiduciary requirements, the Board must require school-connected organizations to submit a complete application annually with all updated information. Applications must provide information as required by Board Policy and Administrative Regulation 1230. Approvals shall be granted for a period of one year. Two applications have been submitted for review and presented as complete. Virginia Peterson PTA and Kermit King Elementary PTA are in compliance containing all the required elements that are called for in BP/AR 1230.
Recommended Motion:
Staff recommends to approve both 2018-19 PTA applications as submitted for Virginia Peterson and Kermit King.
Attachments:
Kermit King 2018/19 PTA Application
Virginia Peterson 2018/19 PTA Application
H.5. APPROVE APPOINTMENT OF DIRECTORS TO THE 4A FOUNDATION FOR PASO ROBLES SCHOOLS
Speaker:
K. Shouse
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The following PRJUSD staff and community members seek to be on the Board of Directors of the 4A Foundation for Paso Robles Schools: Matt McClish, Brent Moser, Justin Pickard, Linda Hendy, Martha Clayton, Saulo Gomez, Jennifer Clayton, Jeff Railsback, and Kristin Kearns. The previously appointed 4A Foundation Board of Directors have voted them in as Directors, but it is requested that the PRJUSD Board of Trustees make the appointment in order to maintain the ability of the 4A Foundation Directors to add more members and comply with the requirement that a majority of the Directors be appointed by our Board. Current members approved by Board: Chris Williams, Field Gibson, Joan Summers, Dana Budd, Rich Clayton, and Brock Waterman.
Recommended Motion:
Approve appointment of Matt McClish, Brent Moser, Justin Pickard, Linda Hendy, Martha Clayton, Saulo Gomez, Jennifer Clayton, Jeff Railsback, and Kristin Kearns to the 4A Foundation for Paso Robles Schools.
H.6. APPROVE RENEWAL OF SPECIAL SERVICES AGREEMENT WITH ATKINSON, ANDELSON, LOYA, RUUD & ROMO FOR THE DURATION OF 2018-19 FISCAL YEAR
Speaker:
K. Shouse
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The District wishes to retain and engage law firm to perform legal and, upon request, non-legal consultant services on the District's behalf. Law firm accepts this engagement on the terms and conditions contained in this agreement.
Recommended Motion:
Staff recommends to retain services with AALR&R for the 2018-19 fiscal year.
Attachments:
2018/19 Special Services Agreement with AALR&R
H.7. APPROVE OVERNIGHT FIELD TRIP
Speaker:
C. Kenyon
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Rancho Marino UC Reserve in Cambria, July 17-July 18, 2018. PRHS students grades 11-12. Part of the FSC Summer Santa Cruz Island program. Students will spend one night at the reserve. 14 female and 4 male students will attend. 3 female and 2 male chaperones. Funding source: FSC Program. Total cost of trip: $200.00. Average cost per student: $11.00 (no student fees required).
Recommended Motion:
Approval of overnight field trip
Attachments:
Overnight/Over 150 miles field trips
H.8. APPROVE MIGRANT EDUCATION FUNDING AND SERVICES FOR 2018-19
Speaker:
C. Kenyon
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The migrant education funding and services for 2018-19 allocation as determined by the number of 2016-17 identified students is $265,957 regular funds and $16,080 school readiness, for a total of $282,037.
Recommended Motion:
Approval of funding and services allocation for 2018-19
Financial Impact:
Increases funds for migrant students $282,037
Attachments:
18-19 Migrant Funding & Services with DSA Approval
H.9. APPROVE WILLIAMS UNIFORM COMPLAINT QUARTERLY REPORT
Speaker:
J. Gaviola
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Administrative Regulation 1312.4 requires that the Quarterly Report on Williams Uniform Complaints be presented to the Board. There were no Williams Uniform Complaints received from the period of April 2018 through June 2018. The report is completed, presented to the Board, and forwarded to the County Office of Education.
Recommended Motion:
Approval of the Williams Uniform Complaint Quarterly Report
Attachments:
Quarterly Report on Williams Uniform Complaints
I. ACTION ITEMS
I.1. APPROVAL OF 2018-19 SINGLE PLANS FOR STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT
Speaker:
C. Kenyon
Quick Summary / Abstract:
It is a yearly requirement of the Consolidated Application Part II (Con App) that the Board of Trustees approve all site Single Plans for Student Achievement (SPSA). In the spring of each year, each school site receiving federal funds must write a Single Plan based on preliminary Title I budget projections. With the release of the official entitlement of Title I, total carryover, and actual site allocations in the fall, the revisions of the site Single Plans must also be approved by the Board of Trustees. The purpose of the Single Plans is to coordinate all educational services at the school and to provide a link between LCAP, school goals, student achievement, and categorical funding.
Recommended Motion:
Approve the changes to the 2018-19 Single Plans for Student Achievement.
Financial Impact:
Site Level Title I, Part A Site Level Title I, Parent and Family Engagement
Attachments:
Addendum to Georgia Brown Elementary School
Single Plan for Student Achievement
I.2. APPROVAL OF NEW BOARD POLICY 5145.13 RESPONSE TO IMMIGRATION ENFORCEMENT
Speaker:
C. Kenyon
Quick Summary / Abstract:
BP 5145.13 is a new policy and regulation to reflect NEW LAW (AB 699) which mandates districts to adopt, by July 1, 2018, policy consistent with the model policy developed by the California Attorney General. It includes policy related to the district's response to requests by law enforcement for access to information, students, or school grounds for immigration enforcement purposes. It also includes actions to be taken in the event that a student's family member is detained or deported. The policy reflects NEW LAW (SB 31) which prohibits districts from compiling or assisting federal government authorities with compiling a list, registry, or database based on students' national origin, ethnicity, or religion.
Recommended Motion:
Approval of BP 5145.13
Attachments:
BP5145.13
I.3. APPROVAL AND ACCEPTANCE OF DONATIONS
Speaker:
K. Shouse
Quick Summary / Abstract:
1. Coast Hills Credit Union wishes to donate to Paso Robles JUSD backpacks and supplies for students for a total value of $5,000. 2. Safe Routes to School Sponsorship Campaign wishes to grant Student Services $977.95 as reimbursement for their purchase made for Bike to School Day lanyards. 3. Kits for Kidz/Feed the Children Program wishes to donate to Student Services backpacks with school supplies and toiletries valued at $2,000.
I.4. APPROVAL OF 2018-19 CONSOLIDATED APPLICATION SPRING RELEASE
Speaker:
K. Shouse
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The Consolidated Application (ConApp) is used by the California Department of Education (CDE) to distribute categorical funds from various state and federal programs (e.g., Title I, Title II, Title III). The ConApp comes in two parts: Spring Release and Winter Release. In the Spring Release of the ConApp, LEAs submit the application to document participation in these programs. Approving the ConApp Spring Release "2018-19 Application for Funding" would be stating to the CDE that our LEA intends to participate in the intended programs during the 2018-19 school year and that we will comply with the General Assurances of each program.
Recommended Motion:
Approval of 2018-19 Consolidated Application Spring Release, Application for Funding
Financial Impact:
Title I, Title II, and Title III
Attachments:
Approval of 2018-19 Con App
I.5. APPROVAL AND ADOPTION OF RESOLUTION NO. 18-23 FOR THE PASO ROBLES YOUTH DEVELOPMENT AND ENRICHMENT (PRYDE) STATE CONTRACT CCTR-8239
Speaker:
C. Kenyon
Quick Summary / Abstract:
PRJUSD has maintained this contract with the California Department of Education (CDE) for over 25 years. The funds provide free or low-cost, year-round, after, and out-of-school time services through the Paso Robles Youth Development and Enrichment (PRYDE) program. The contract is provided through federal and state funding sources. This contract allows PRYDE to provide over 11,000 student days of enrollment at free or reduced cost to families with enrolled TK-5th grade students at Pat Butler and Georgia Brown Elementary Schools.
Recommended Motion:
Staff recommends approval and adoption of Resolution No. 18-23 CDE Early Education Support Division (EESD) Child Development Services Contract CCTR-8239.
Financial Impact:
$270,641 in categorical funds to serve students
Attachments:
PRYDE Contract
J. INFORMATION ITEMS
J.1. HOLD PUBLIC HEARING FOR LOCAL CONTROL AND ACCOUNTABILITY PLAN (LCAP) 2018-19
Speaker:
J. Gaviola
Quick Summary / Abstract:
School districts and county offices of education are required to adopt a Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) using a template adopted by the State Board of Education (SBE). The plan will be effective for 3 years, with an update prepared before July 1 of each year. Pursuant to Education Code 52062(b)(1), school districts are required to hold at least one public hearing to solicit the recommendations and comments of members of the public regarding the specific actions and expenditures proposed in the LCAP. It is required that the public hearing for the LCAP and the budget be held at the same meeting. The public hearing must take place in advance of and at a meeting separate from the Board meeting to adopt the LCAP and the budget (EC 42127). The notice of this hearing has been posted for ten days, as required by Education Code 60119. This item will be presented for action at the June 28, 2018, Special Board Meeting.
Recommended Motion:
Declare Public Hearing Open Receive Public Input Declare Public Hearing Closed
Attachments:
LCAP 2018-19 - Revised
LCAP PUBLIC NOTICE
J.2. HOLD PUBLIC HEARING FOR PROPOSED 2018-19 FINANCIAL BUDGET
Speaker:
K. Shouse
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Before July 1 of each year, the Board of Education is required to adopt an annual budget. Preceding the adoption of a budget, the Board is required to hold a public hearing allowing opportunity to receive public comment. It should be noted that the governor's May Revise was not available during the development of the proposed fiscal year 2018-19 budget. Once the results of the May Revise are fully known, the proposed budget will be updated accordingly. This item will be presented for action at the June 28, 2018, Special Board Meeting.
Recommended Motion:
Declare Public Hearing Open Receive Public Input Declare Public Hearing Closed
Attachments:
2018-19 Financial Budget
Executive Summary
Presentation
J.3. BOARD SELF-EVALUATION
Speaker:
J. Summers
K. ADVANCE PLANNING
K.1. BOARD GOVERNANCE CALENDAR
Attachments:
2018 Board Governance Calendar
L. SUPERINTENDENT/BOARD MEMBER CORRESPONDENCE AND ASSIGNMENT REQUESTS
L.1. SUPERINTENDENT/BOARD MEMBER CORRESPONDENCE AND ASSIGNMENT REQUESTS
M. ADJOURNMENT
M.1. ADJOURNMENT
N. CONTINUATION OF CLOSED SESSION ITEMS, IF NECESSARY
N.1. ADJOURN TO CLOSED SESSION
O. RECONVENE IN OPEN SESSION
O.1. REPORT ON CLOSED SESSION ACTION
Disability Information:
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Published: June 22, 2018, 5:17 PM

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