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Board of Education Regular Meeting
Carmel USD
June 24, 2020 4:30PM
NOTICE OF TELEPHONIC/ELECTRONIC REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES June 24, 2020 - 4:30 PM Closed Session | 5:30 PM Open Session

Mission Statement:
The Carmel Unified School District community produces lifelong learners who are prepared for the challenges of higher education, the workplace, and their role as citizens of an ever-changing global community.
I. OPENING BUSINESS
Quick Summary / Abstract:
NOTICE TO AUDIENCE: The Board reserves the right to change the order of the agenda items.

NOTICE OF TELEPHONIC/ELECTRONIC 
REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
JUNE 24, 2020 - 4:30 PM Closed Session | 5:30 PM Open Session 

Attendance and Public Comment Changes Due to COVID-19 Pandemic
The Carmel Unified School District will be conducting its regular meeting on June 24, 2020.  Given the current Monterey County Shelter-In-Place Order covering the territory of the District, and the Social Distance Guidelines issued by Federal, State, and Local Authorities, the District is implementing the following changes for attendance and public comment.

The District has taken steps to utilize technology to encourage full public participation during upcoming meetings in order to comply with public health guidance during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Accordingly, the Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees will be accessible online through the following option: CUSD Board Meeting YouTube Channel:  http://youtube.com/channel/UCcDVJoR39bfd2e9CjBez3Bw/live

The District will activate the link to the streaming option on the District's webpage no later than the date and time of the Board meeting.

General Public Comments & Comments on District Agenda Items
If you are attending the meeting via web access and wish to make a public comment on a non-agenda, open forum, or agendized item, you must submit your public comments by designated google form located on the CUSD District Website at www.carmelunified.org no later than June 24, 2020 at 3:30  p.m. Please state your name and the item you are commenting on, including the agenda item number and title if you are commenting on an agendized item.  If you wish to submit a public comment on more than one agenda item, please submit a separate google form for each item on which you are commenting.  Please be aware that written public comments, including your name, may become public information.  Additional requirements for submitting public comments by google doc are provided below.

For general public comments and comments regarding District Agenda Items, all public comments must be received by google form no later than 3:30 p.m. on June 24, 2020.  Comments received by this time will be read aloud by a staff member during the applicable agenda item, provided that such comments may be read within the normal 3 minutes (450 words) allotted to each speaker.  Any portion of your comment extending past 3 minutes (450 words) may not be read aloud due to time restrictions.  If a general public comment or comment on an agenda item is received after June 24, 2020 3:30 p.m., efforts will be made to read your comment into the record.  However, staff cannot guarantee that written comments received after June 24, 2020 3:30 p.m. will be read. 

The District thanks you for your cooperation in advance. Our community’s health and safety is our highest priority.

The Board of Education is committed to maintaining a respectful and productive environment that fosters a culture of civility where staff, the community and the Board feel safe to express themselves and are free from bullying, harassments and threats. The Board welcomes your comments and requests that you express yourself accordingly. Thank you for your interest in our schools and this meeting.

I.A. CALL TO ORDER/ESTABLISH QUORUM
Quick Summary / Abstract:
By Roll Call Vote.
II. CLOSED SESSION
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Public Comments on Closed Session Items will be read in at this time. All proceedings are reported to the public in open session where action is taken or staff is given direction.
II.A. Public Employee Performance Evaluation Pursuant to Government Code §54957
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Acting Superintendent
II.B. Negotiations with Unrepresented Potential Employee: District Negotiator: Karl Pallastrini, Board President, Position: Candidate for Interim Superintendent
II.C. Public Employee Appointment/Employment
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Interim Superintendent
II.D. ADJOURN TO CLOSED SESSION
III. RECONVENE TO OPEN SESSION
III.A. REPORT ACTION TAKEN IN CLOSED SESSION, IF ANY
III.B. ADOPT AGENDA
III.C. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
III.D. AUDIENCE IS NOTIFIED THAT THE OPEN SESSION WILL BE AUDIO TAPED
III.E. BOARD, SUPERINTENDENT, COMMITTEE REPRESENTATIVE(S), STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE, ACT/CSEA COMMENTS
Quick Summary / Abstract:
ROUTINE STATUS REGARDING CAMPUS ACTIVITIES, MEETING SCHEDULES, CONFERENCES AND MEETINGS ATTENDED, AND RECENT DEVELOPMENTS FROM: 

1. Board Members: Tess Arthur, Sara Hinds, Karl Pallastrini, Todd Weaver, and Annette Yee Steck
2. Acting Superintendent: Trisha Dellis
3. Association Representatives: Association of Carmel Teachers (ACT) and California School Employees Association (CSEA)

IV. PUBLIC COMMENTS WILL BE READ INTO THE RECORD
V. CONSENT CALENDAR
Quick Summary / Abstract:
All matters listed under the Consent Calendar are considered by the Board to be routine and will be enacted by the Board in one motion, by roll call vote. There will be no discussion of these items prior to the time the Board votes on the motion unless members of the Board, staff or public request specific items to be removed from the Consent Calendar for discussion. The Superintendent and staff recommend approval of all Consent Calendar items.
V.A. Approve Minutes
Attachments:
A. BoE Regular Meeting Minutes - June 10, 2020
B. BoE Regular Meeting Minutes - June 10, 2020 Public Comments
V.B. Certificated and Classified Personnel Items Lists
Rationale:
Certificated and Classified Personnel Items Lists.

GOAL 4: SYSTEMIC SUPPORTS
Carmel Unified School District will maintain strong and responsive systemic supports in pursuit of its overall mission and through the development and maintenance of facilities, responsive and innovative technologies, alignment of budgetary resources to district goals, and the recruitment and retention of highly qualified staff.
 
Financial Impact:
No financial impact.
Attachments:
Cert Pers
Class Pers
V.C. Independent Contractor Service Agreements
Rationale:
The attached Independent Contractor Service Agreements are presented for approval.

GOAL 4: SYSTEMIC SUPPORTS Carmel Unified School District will maintain strong and responsive systemic supports in pursuit of its overall mission and through the development and maintenance of facilities, responsive and innovative technologies, alignment of budgetary resources to district goals, and the recruitment and retention of highly qualified staff.

 
Financial Impact:
As stated on the Independent Contract Service Agreement Summary.
Attachments:
A. Contract Summary
B. AG Words
C. Bazaldua, Arturo - River
D. Bazaldua, Arturo - Tularcitos
E. Central Coast Purchaser's Co-Op
F. CHUBB via Keenan & Assoc.
G. GAMUT Service Agreement
H. Hoogland, Elisabeth (Janneke)
I. Kamimoto Strings
J. MCOE - Agreement
K. MCOE - SELPA
L. Nutri-Link Technologies
M. Post, Justice
N. Shen, Cindy
O. SportsNet - CHS
P. SportsNet - CMS
Q. Stotz, Gary
V.D. Independent Contractor Service Agreements - Ratification Only
Rationale:
The following Independent Contractor Service Agreement have been previously authorized and are presented for ratification.

GOAL 4: SYSTEMIC SUPPORTS Carmel Unified School District will maintain strong and responsive systemic supports in pursuit of its overall mission and through the development and maintenance of facilities, responsive and innovative technologies, alignment of budgetary resources to district goals, and the recruitment and retention of highly qualified staff.


 
Financial Impact:
As stated on the Independent Contract Service Agreement Summary.
Attachments:
A. Contract Summary - Ratify Only
B. IAMP
V.E. GoGuardian - Monitoring and Filtering Software for CUSD
Rationale:
The district is required to provide Internet filtering by Federal law. This is the annual subscription to our filter service, GoGuardian.

GOAL 4: SYSTEMIC SUPPORTS
Carmel Unified School District will maintain strong and responsive systemic supports in pursuit of its overall mission and through the development and maintenance of facilities, responsive and innovative technologies, alignment of budgetary resources to district goals, and the recruitment and retention of highly qualified staff.
 
Financial Impact:
Not to exceed $16,500.00 out of the 2020/21 Technology general operating budget. 
Attachments:
GoGuardian (Filtering & Monitoring Software)
V.F. Thomson Reuters - Clear & Batch
Rationale:
Thomson Reuters Clear and Batch services allow the district to access public record databases for residency investigations 

GOAL 4: SYSTEMIC SUPPORTS
Carmel Unified School District will maintain strong and responsive systemic supports in pursuit of its overall mission and through the development and maintenance of facilities, responsive and innovative technologies, alignment of budgetary resources to district goals, and the recruitment and retention of highly qualified staff.
 
Financial Impact:
Not to exceed $6,000.00 out of the 2020/21 Student Services general operating budget. 
Attachments:
Thomson Reuters Clear & Batch for Residency Investigations
V.G. MOU Between California State University Monterey Bay and Carmel Unified School District Regarding Field Experience for Future Educators
Rationale:
Memorandum of Understanding Between California State University Monterey Bay and Carmel Unified School District Regarding Field Work for Future Educators.

GOAL 4: SYSTEMIC SUPPORTS
Carmel Unified School District will maintain strong and responsive systemic supports in pursuit of its overall mission and through the development and maintenance of facilities, responsive and innovative technologies, alignment of budgetary resources to district goals, and the recruitment and retention of highly qualified staff.
 
Financial Impact:
No financial impact.
Attachments:
MOU CSUMB
V.H. Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) Between Carmel Unified School District (CUSD) and Monterey County Sheriff's Office (MCSO) for School Resource Officer (SRO)
Rationale:
Approve the MOU for the fiscal school years 2020-2021 and 2021-2022 as presented. The Deparment of Justice (DoJ) MOU was previously approved and coinsides with this MOU to fulfill the Tobacco Grant funding requirements.


GOAL 4: SYSTEMIC SUPPORTS
Carmel Unified School District will maintain strong and responsive systemic supports in pursuit of its overall mission and through the development and maintenance of facilities, responsive and innovative technologies, alignment of budgetary resources to district goals, and the recruitment and retention of highly qualified staff.
 
Financial Impact:
Funded by the Department of Justice (DoJ) grant for 2020-2022 school years.
Attachments:
SRO Signed MOU
V.I. Request for California Student Data Privacy Agreement (CSDPA) Approvals
Rationale:
The Board is presented with the attached California Student Data Privacy Agreements (CSDPA) to ensure compliance with all state and federal student data privacy laws.

GOAL 4: SYSTEMIC SUPPORTS
Carmel Unified School District will maintain strong and responsive systemic supports in pursuit of its overall mission and through the development and maintenance of facilities, responsive and innovative technologies, alignment of budgetary resources to district goals, and the recruitment and retention of highly qualified staff.
 
Financial Impact:
Not Applicable.
Attachments:
Go Guardian CSDPA Exhibit E Request
NoRedInk CSDPA Exhibit E Request
V.J. Disposal of Surplus
Rationale:
The administration recommends the Board of Education authorize the sale or disposal of the following items that are no longer useful to the District.

GOAL 4: SYSTEMIC SUPPORTS
Carmel Unified School District will maintain strong and responsive systemic supports in pursuit of its overall mission and through the development and maintenance of facilities, responsive and innovative technologies, alignment of budgetary resources to district goals, and the recruitment and retention of highly qualified staff.
 
Attachments:
Disposal of Surplus
V.K. 2020-21 School Plan for Student Achievement - Captain Cooper Elementary School
Rationale:
Each year, schools are required to work with their communities to establish a Single Plan for Student Achievement. The School Site Councils have approved these school plans based upon input from a variety of community sources.

GOAL 1: INSTRUCTIONAL EXCELLENCE & INNOVATION
All students will engage in challenging, innovative, and relevant learning experiences to prepare them for college, career and global citizenship. 

GOAL 2: STUDENT SUPPORT & ENGAGEMENT
All students will achieve personal wellness through an environment that fosters health and happiness.
 
GOAL 3: CONTINUOUS PROFESSIONAL LEARNING
All staff will engage in high quality professional learning to meet the district’s academic and social-emotional goals.

GOAL 4: SYSTEMIC SUPPORTS
Carmel Unified School District will maintain strong and responsive systemic supports in pursuit of its overall mission and through the development and maintenance of facilities, responsive and innovative technologies, alignment of budgetary resources to district goals, and the recruitment and retention of highly qualified staff.
 
Financial Impact:
Not applicable.
Attachments:
20-21 Captain Cooper SPSA
VI. SPECIAL REPORTS AND APPEARANCES
VII. COMMUNICATIONS TO THE BOARD
VIII. ACTION/DISCUSSION/INFORMATION ITEMS
VIII.A. CUSD COVID-19 Operations Written Report
Rationale:
The Board is presented with the CUSD COVID-19 Operations Written Report for approval.

GOAL 4: SYSTEMIC SUPPORTS
Carmel Unified School District will maintain strong and responsive systemic supports in pursuit of its overall mission and through the development and maintenance of facilities, responsive and innovative technologies, alignment of budgetary resources to district goals, and the recruitment and retention of highly qualified staff.
 
Financial Impact:
Not Applicable.
Attachments:
CUSD COVID-19 Operations Written Report
VIII.B. Fiscal Year 2020-2021 Budget Adoption and Excess Reserves
Rationale:
The Board is required to adopt the Fiscal Year 2020-2021 General Operating Budget and 2020-2021 Carmel USD Statement of Reasons for Excess Reserves prior to July 1, 2020.

GOAL 4: SYSTEMIC SUPPORTS Carmel Unified School District will maintain strong and responsive systemic supports in pursuit of its overall mission and through the development and maintenance of facilities, responsive and innovative technologies, alignment of budgetary resources to district goals, and the recruitment and retention of highly qualified staff.
 
Attachments:
2020-2021 Adopted Budget CUSD
2020-2021 Carmel USD Statement of Reasons for Excess Reserves
CUSD COVID19 Operations Written Report
VIII.C. 2020-2021 Salary Schedules - All Employees
Rationale:
The 2020-2021 Salary Schedules for all employees are submitted for Board Approval. 

GOAL 4: SYSTEMIC SUPPORTS Carmel Unified School District will maintain strong and responsive systemic supports in pursuit of its overall mission and through the development and maintenance of facilities, responsive and innovative technologies, alignment of budgetary resources to district goals, and the recruitment and retention of highly qualified staff.
 
Attachments:
A. Admin Asst to the Superintendent
B. Administrative Salary
C. Certificated Salary
D. Athletic Director
E. Child Development Program Director
F. Child Development Teacher
G. Classified Hourly
H. Classified Monthly
I. Classified Management
J. Confidential Salary
K. Coordinator of Special Projects
L. Lead Professional Learning Coach
M. Non-Represented Salary
N. RN & LVN Salary
O. School Psychologist
P. Student Support Services
VIII.D. Repayment Agreement: Classified Employee
Rationale:
A classified employees was inadvertently overpaid. In an effort to avoid the cost and resources of litigation to pursue collection of the over-payments, the District has agreed with the employee to create a payment schedule to collect portions of the over-payment.

GOAL 4: SYSTEMIC SUPPORTS
Carmel Unified School District will maintain strong and responsive systemic supports in pursuit of its overall mission and through the development and maintenance of facilities, responsive and innovative technologies, alignment of budgetary resources to district goals, and the recruitment and retention of highly qualified staff.
 
Financial Impact:
By approving the agreement, the District will collect $968.44 from the employee and waive the remainder of the over-payments.
Attachments:
Agreement
Repayment Agreement
VIII.E. BorderLAN - FortiVoice Soft Client Licenses
Rationale:
This will enable employees working from home or on the road to use their cell phones as "soft phones" to place and receive calls through the district's new FortiVoice voice over IP phone system.

GOAL 4: SYSTEMIC SUPPORTS
Carmel Unified School District will maintain strong and responsive systemic supports in pursuit of its overall mission and through the development and maintenance of facilities, responsive and innovative technologies, alignment of budgetary resources to district goals, and the recruitment and retention of highly qualified staff.
 
Financial Impact:
Not to exceed $2,000.00 out of the 2019-20 budget established in Fund 40-Capital Fund for this purpose by previous board action on  November 15, 2019.
Attachments:
BorderLAN - "Soft Phone" App License
VIII.F. Virtru - Email Encryption
Rationale:
This product will provide for the encryption of confidential email information as a security measure.

GOAL 4: SYSTEMIC SUPPORTS
Carmel Unified School District will maintain strong and responsive systemic supports in pursuit of its overall mission and through the development and maintenance of facilities, responsive and innovative technologies, alignment of budgetary resources to district goals, and the recruitment and retention of highly qualified staff.
 
Financial Impact:
Not to exceed $5,800.00 out of the 2020/21 Technology general operating budget. 
Attachments:
Virtru - Email Security
VIII.G. BorderLAN - Firewall, Client Manager & Analyzer
Rationale:
This will BorderLAN - Firewall, Client Manager & Analyzer for 3 year 

GOAL 4: SYSTEMIC SUPPORTS
Carmel Unified School District will maintain strong and responsive systemic supports in pursuit of its overall mission and through the development and maintenance of facilities, responsive and innovative technologies, alignment of budgetary resources to district goals, and the recruitment and retention of highly qualified staff.
 
Financial Impact:
Not to exceed $195,000.00 out of the 2020/21 Technology general operating budget, a one time cost for a three years service.
Attachments:
BorderLAN - Firewall, Client Manager & Analyzer - 3 year
VIII.H. EyeP Solutions - Extreme Campus Agreement
Rationale:
The Extreme Campus Agreement, sold by the vendor EyeP Solutions, will allow the Technology Department to manage and maintain all the Extreme networking hardware across the district, such as switches and wireless access points.

GOAL 4: SYSTEMIC SUPPORTS
Carmel Unified School District will maintain strong and responsive systemic supports in pursuit of its overall mission and through the development and maintenance of facilities, responsive and innovative technologies, alignment of budgetary resources to district goals, and the recruitment and retention of highly qualified staff.
 
Financial Impact:
Not to exceed $82,000.00 out of the 2020/21 Technology general operating budget. 
Attachments:
EyeP & Extreme Campus Agreement
VIII.I. SysCloud - GSuite & Office 365 Backup, Security and Compliance
Rationale:
These services by Syscloud will allow the district to backup our Google and Microsoft online environments and to monitor for security and compliance with privacy laws.

GOAL 4: SYSTEMIC SUPPORTS
Carmel Unified School District will maintain strong and responsive systemic supports in pursuit of its overall mission and through the development and maintenance of facilities, responsive and innovative technologies, alignment of budgetary resources to district goals, and the recruitment and retention of highly qualified staff.
 
Financial Impact:
Not to exceed $13,000.00 out of the 2020/21 Technology general operating budget with a 3 year price lock. 
Attachments:
SysCloud - GSuite & Office 365 Management & Security
VIII.J. KnowBe4 Master Agreement/Quote 3yyear Term
Rationale:
Carmel Unified School District employees are frequently exposed to sophisticated social engineering attacks. KnowBe4 is an integrated platform for security awareness training combined with simulated phishing attacks.

GOAL 4: SYSTEMIC SUPPORTS
Carmel Unified School District will maintain strong and responsive systemic supports in pursuit of its overall mission and through the development and maintenance of facilities, responsive and innovative technologies, alignment of budgetary resources to district goals, and the recruitment and retention of highly qualified staff.
 
Financial Impact:
Not to exceed $17,000.00 out of the 2020-21 Technology general operating budget.
Attachments:
KnowBe4 Coversheet and Quote 3 year Term
KnowBe4 Master Agreement 3 year Term
VIII.K. SoftChoice / Microsoft Azure AD Office 365 3 year Contract
Rationale:
Microsoft 365 Education includes Office 365, Windows 10, Enterprise Mobility + Security, and Minecraft: Education Edition. This package provides the management and security tools for CUSD to support learning on and off premises, including remote management of teacher devices, centralized authentication for staff and students, and advanced threat protection for CUSD devices and accounts.

GOAL 4: SYSTEMIC SUPPORTS
Carmel Unified School District will maintain strong and responsive systemic supports in pursuit of its overall mission and through the development and maintenance of facilities, responsive and innovative technologies, alignment of budgetary resources to district goals, and the recruitment and retention of highly qualified staff.
 
Financial Impact:
Not to exceed $40,000.00 out of the 2020-21 Technology general operating budget. This will be a recurring cost in future years.
Attachments:
SoftChoice/Microsoft Office 365 Management 3 year Contract
VIII.L. MEarth: Extension to Facility Use Agreement
Rationale:
Current contractual agreements between the District and MEarth for facility use and independent contractor services expire June 30, 2020. Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, staff must finalize our plan for the 2020-21 school year, prior to resuming contract discussions between the District and MEarth for the 2020-21 Fiscal Year. 

It is necessary to extend the term of the Facility Use Agreement during the summer months.  Extensions through September 9, 2020 are presented for adoption.

GOAL 4: SYSTEMIC SUPPORTS
Carmel Unified School District will maintain strong and responsive systemic supports in pursuit of its overall mission and through the development and maintenance of facilities, responsive and innovative technologies, alignment of budgetary resources to district goals, and the recruitment and retention of highly qualified staff.
 
Financial Impact:
$5,720 for Property Management Fees paid out of the General Fund. 
Attachments:
MEarth Agreement
VIII.M. Resolution #20-26 California State Preschool #CSPP-0314
Rationale:
The Board is presented with Resolution #20-26 for the approval of the Annual 2020-2021 Local Agreement for CCDC California State Preschool #CSPP-0314.

GOAL 4: SYSTEMIC SUPPORTS
Carmel Unified School District will maintain strong and responsive systemic supports in pursuit of its overall mission and through the development and maintenance of facilities, responsive and innovative technologies, alignment of budgetary resources to district goals, and the recruitment and retention of highly qualified staff.
 
Financial Impact:
Not Applicable.
Attachments:
2020-21 CCDC CSPP-0314
Resolution #20-26 CSPP-0314
VIII.N. Resolution #20-27 Education Protection Account (EPA)
Rationale:
Annually the District must present for public adoption and posting expenditures made using funds received through proposition 30.

GOAL 4: SYSTEMIC SUPPORTS Carmel Unified School District will maintain strong and responsive systemic supports in pursuit of its overall mission and through the development and maintenance of facilities, responsive and innovative technologies, alignment of budgetary resources to district goals, and the recruitment and retention of highly qualified staff.
 
Attachments:
1. EPA Expenditures Report 2020-2021
2. Resolution No 20-27 EPA
VIII.O. Resolution #20-28 Recognizing and Honoring WeatherTech Laguna Seca Raceway
Rationale:
Honor and Recognize WeatherTech Laguna Seca Raceway for allowing Carmel High School seniors to have a memoriable and amazing graduation ceremony despite the COVID 19 factors. 

GOAL 4: SYSTEMIC SUPPORTS
Carmel Unified School District will maintain strong and responsive systemic supports in pursuit of its overall mission and through the development and maintenance of facilities, responsive and innovative technologies, alignment of budgetary resources to district goals, and the recruitment and retention of highly qualified staff.
 
Attachments:
Resolution 20-28
VIII.P. Community Human Services Joint Powers 2020-2021 Allocation
Rationale:
Each year, Community Human Services' (CHS) board of directors approved a specific allocation amount to be requested of the city and school district members of the JPA.  CHS is requesting from CUSD $7,700 for the 2020-2021 school year.  See attached sheet for multi-year payments to CHS.

CHS provides a variety of outpatient mental health and substance abuse services for adults and youth, medication assisted drug treatment for adults age 18 or older, and homeless services, shelter and transitional housing for youth (service flyer attached).  CHS served 36 youth from CUSD, and served 79 families from CUSD zip codes for sy 2019-2020.  

North Monterey County - $5,350 (4,595 ada) / families served: 50.
MPUSD - $9,650 (10,659 ada) / families served:165.
Pacific Grove - $5,350 (2,035 ada) / families served: 42
Carmel Unified - $7,700 (2,467 ada) / families served: 79
Salinas High School District: $12,900 (15,818 ada) / families served: 157

Notes:
 In addition to our regular services, NMCUSD and SUHSD students benefited from the noted additional services, either grant funded or contracted services, which makes their numbers higher. SUHSD contracts with CHS to provide 5 full time counselors in their schools.

Scale used for yearly amounts: The allocation amounts were determined used ago by a formula that considered a baseline amount for access to services and the number of constituents (either students or residents). 

Factors used to calculate yearly increases: Each year, the allocation request is either maintenance of effort (no increase requested) or a percent increase is requested, based on need and the CPI.



GOAL 2: STUDENT SUPPORT & ENGAGEMENT
All students will achieve personal wellness through an environment that fosters health and happiness.
 
GOAL 4: SYSTEMIC SUPPORTS
Carmel Unified School District will maintain strong and responsive systemic supports in pursuit of its overall mission and through the development and maintenance of facilities, responsive and innovative technologies, alignment of budgetary resources to district goals, and the recruitment and retention of highly qualified staff.
 
Financial Impact:
An amount not to exceed $7,700, but amount deemed by the CUSD BoE, out of the general operating budget.
Attachments:
A. Community Human Services Request for JPA 20-21
B. CHS JPA Allocation Multi-Year Payments/Requests
C. Community Human Services Annual Report
D. Community Human Services Directory
IX. BOARD OPERATIONS
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The next regular meeting of the Board is scheduled for July 22, 2020 tbd.
IX.A. Future Topics
Rationale:
This is an informational item only, and subject to change.
 
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Any Board member or member of the public may request that a matter within the jurisdiction of the Board be placed on the agenda of a regular meeting.  The request shall be submitted in writing to the Superintendent or designee with supporting documents and information, if any.

The Board president and Superintendent shall decide whether a request is within the subject matter jurisdiction of the Board.  Items not within the subject matter jurisdiction of the Board may not be placed on the agenda. In addition, before placing the item on the agenda, the Board president and Superintendent shall determine if the item is merely a request for information or whether the issue is covered by an existing policy or administrative regulation. If the item is within the jurisdiction of the Board and not covered by an existing policy or regulation, the item shall be placed on the agenda of the next regular Board meeting, allowing for consideration of time constraints and staff availability.

The Board president and Superintendent shall decide whether an agenda item is appropriate for discussion in open or closed session, and whether the item should be an action item subject to Board vote, an information item that does not require immediate action, or a consent item that is routine in nature and for which no discussion is anticipated.

Attachments:
BoE Future Topics - June 24, 2020
X. ADJOURNMENT
Disability Information:
If you require special assistance such as auxiliary aids or services in order to access the Board meeting room, review the agenda, or otherwise participate in this meeting, please contact the Secretary to the Superintendent at 624-1546 ext. 2021. Please provide sufficient advance notice to allow the District time to arrange for your accommodation.

Published: June 21, 2020, 2:03 PM

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