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Board of Education Regular Meeting
Carmel USD
April 21, 2021 4:30PM
NOTICE OF TELEPHONIC/ELECTRONIC REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION 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:

Attendance and Public Comment During COVID-19 Pandemic

Given the current Monterey County Order covering the territory of the District, and the Social Distance Guidelines issued by Federal, State, and Local Authorities, the District has taken steps to utilize technology to encourage full public participation during meetings.  The District thanks you for your cooperation in advance. Our community’s health and safety is our highest priority.

To Attend the Meeting:

The meeting will be accessible online through the following two options: 

  1. To view the meeting only - Go to the CUSD Board Meeting YouTube Channel at https://youtube.com/c/CUSDBoardMeeting. The District will begin the live stream of the meeting no later than the date and time of the Board meeting.
  2. To view the meeting and make audio comments - Log in to the CUSD Board Zoom Meeting. The District will publish the link and password for the Zoom option on the District's webpage (click here to access the District webpage) no later than the date and time of the Board meeting. The Zoom meeting capacity is limited to the first 500 attendees.

Please note that the audio and video portions of all electronic meetings are recorded.

To Provide Public Comment:

The public may provide public comment as follows:

1. For agendized items - For comments regarding items on the agenda, you may provide comment after any staff presentation and before Board discussion on the item.  You may raise your hand to speak via zoom when the item is called.  You will be announced and unmuted when it is your time to comment.  When you are called upon, you may introduce yourself and provide your comment.  If you wish to comment on more than one agenda item, please wait until each item is called by the Board. 

2. For non-agendized items and reports - For comments regarding items that are within the Board’s jurisdiction, but not on the agenda, you may provide comment under “III.C. Public Comment on Non-Agendized Items and Reports.”   When that item is called you may raise your hand to speak via zoom.  You will be announced and unmuted when it is your time to comment.  When you are called upon, you may introduce yourself and provide your comment.  

Because of time constraints, community members wishing to address the Board are allotted three minutes per speaker, but this may be reduced to two minutes per speaker depending on the number of speakers.  To determine the proper time allotment, all speakers who wish to comment on an item will be asked to raise their hands via Zoom when public comment is opened, and the Board will then take comments from those who raise their hand at that time.  Please note that speaking time cannot be delegated to another person.  The total time for public comment for each agendized item shall not exceed 20 minutes.

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.
I.B. ADOPT AGENDA
I.C. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
II. CLOSED SESSION
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Before adjourning to closed session the Board will identify the closed session items and accept public comment on these items. 
II.A. Conference with Legal Counsel – Existing Litigation Pursuant to Government Code §54956.9 (d)(1)
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Johnson v. Carmel USD – Monterey Superior Court , Civil Case No. 19CV003857
II.B. Conference with Labor Negotiator Pursuant to Government Code §54957.6 - Negotiator: Trisha Dellis, Regarding ACT, CSEA, and Non-represented Groups
II.C. Public Employee Discipline/Dismissal/Release/Complaints Pursuant to Government Code §54957
III. RECONVENE TO OPEN SESSION
III.A. REPORT ACTION TAKEN IN CLOSED SESSION, IF ANY
III.B. AUDIENCE IS NOTIFIED THAT THE OPEN SESSION WILL BE AUDIO TAPED
III.C. PUBLIC COMMENT ON NON-AGENDIZED ITEMS AND REPORTS
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Anyone wishing to address the Board on items within the Board’s jurisdiction that are not on the agenda or regarding reports under Item III. D. may do so at this time. Community members wishing to address the Board are allotted THREE minutes per speaker.  Please note that speaking time cannot be delegated to another person.  Should more than 20 people wish to address any one topic, the Board may elect to allot TWO minutes per speaker.  Without taking action, Board members or district staff members may briefly respond to statements made or questions posed by the public about items not appearing on the agenda. 
III.D. BOARD, SUPERINTENDENT, 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, Seaberry Nachbar, Karl Pallastrini, and Anne-Marie Rosen
2. Interim Superintendent: Trisha Dellis
3. Student Representative: Isabella Daste
4. Association Representatives: Association of Carmel Teachers (ACT) and California School Employees Association (CSEA)

IV. CONSENT CALENDAR
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Pursuant to Board Bylaw 9322 and in order to promote efficient meetings, the Board may bundle a number of items and act upon them together through the use of a consent calendar agenda. Consent agenda items are reserved for routine items that are deemed to be non-controversial and allow a governing board to save the bulk of its meeting time for subjects about which there is a need for discussion or debate. Consent items shall be items of a routine nature and items for which Board discussion is not anticipated and for which the Superintendent recommends approval.  All matters listed under the Consent Calendar will be considered by the Board in one motion, by roll call vote. Pursuant to Board Bylaw 9322, the Board will accept public comment on these items, but there will be no discussion of these items prior to the time the Board votes on the motion unless any member(s) of the Board request specific items to be removed from the Consent Calendar for discussion.   
IV.A. Approve Minutes
Rationale:
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.
 
Recommended Motion:
The Board is asked to approve the minutes as presented.
Attachments:
A. BoE Meeting Minutes - April 7, 2021
B. BoE Special Meeting Minutes - April 9, 2021
IV.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.

 
Recommended Motion:
The Board is asked to adopt the Certificated and Classified Personnel Items Lists. 

Craig Chavez, Chief Human Resources Officer

Financial Impact:
No financial impact.
Attachments:
Cert Pers
Class Pers
IV.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.

 
Recommended Motion:
Approve the Independent Contractor Service Agreements as presented. 

Yvonne Perez, Chief Business Official 

Financial Impact:
As stated on the Independent Contract Service Agreement Summary.
Attachments:
A. Contract Summary
B. American Eagle Enterprises
C. California Commercial Pools
D. MCOE
E. Tools of the Mind
IV.D. Independent Contractor Service Agreements - Ratify 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.

 
Recommended Motion:
The Board is asked to approve the Ratified Independent Contractor Service Agreements as presented.

Yvonne Perez, Chief Business Official

Financial Impact:
As stated on the Independent Contract Service Agreement Summary.
Attachments:
A. Ratification Summary
B. Flynn, Kristy Amendment
IV.E. Accounts Payable Warrants - March
Rationale:
Accounts Payable warrants for the month of March for all district funds 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.

 
Recommended Motion:
Yvonne Perez, Chief Business Official 
Financial Impact:
Net check amount from the various funds listed are on the attached report.
Attachments:
A. Accounts Payable Summary - March
B. Accounts Payable Detail Report - March
IV.F. Disposal of Surplus
Rationale:
The administration recommends the Board of Education authorize the sale or disposal of the attached listed 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.

 
Recommended Motion:
Approve the disposal of surplus as presented. 

Yvonne Perez, Chief Business Official
Financial Impact:
None. 
Attachments:
Surplus Summary
IV.G. Change Order - Carmel Middle School Well Replacement
Rationale:
Changes to the Carmel Middle School Well Replacement 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.

 
Recommended Motion:
Approve the change order as presented. 

Dan Paul, Director of Facilities and Transportation

Financial Impact:
Routine Repair and Maintenance (Resource 8150):  $10,411.00
Attachments:
CMS Well Replacement Change Order
V. ACTION/DISCUSSION/INFORMATION ITEMS
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The Board will accept public comment on each item when taken up by the Board.
V.A. Facilities and Funding Update
Rationale:
Staff will provide the Board with an update on facilities, and funds available to complete facilities improvement projects (capital outlay).

GOAL 4:  SYSTEMATIC SUPPORTS
Carmel Unified School District will maintain strong and responsive systematic 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.

 
Recommended Motion:
Information only.

Yvonne Perez, Chief Business Official
Dan Paul, Director of Facilities and Transportation

Attachments:
1. Facilities and Funding Update
2. Bus Replacement Schedule
3. Central Kitchen Location Options
4. Robinson Canyon Barn
5. Warehouse Location
V.B. Approval of Budget Requests for 2021-22 Fiscal Year
Rationale:
Staff will provide information regarding:
  1. Budget planning for Fiscal Year 2021-22
  2. Recommendations for approval of budget increases to the general fund.

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.

 
Recommended Motion:
Approve budget increase recommendations as presented.

Yvonne Perez, Chief Business Official

Financial Impact:
Budget recommendations are estimates per attached list:

General Fund:  $842,407
General Fund Reserves:  $1,240,00
COVID-19 Relief Funds (AB86), & ESSER II:  $522,524

Attachments:
1. Fiscal Year 2021-22 Budget Planning
2. COVID-19 One Time Funds Summary
3. List of Budget Requests
4. Request for School Nurse
5. Recommended School Nurse Ratios
6. School Health Responsibilities
7. BCBA Request
8. CHS Summer School 2021
V.C. Carmel USD 2021-2024 Expulsion Plan
Rationale:
The 2021-2024 Countywide Plan for Provision of Educational Services to Expelled Students is a requirement by the California Department of Education (CDE). The objective is to revise the existing plan, analyze common gaps, as well as, identify common strategies. This plan must be submitted to the county office of education by April 30, 2021.

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.
 
Recommended Motion:
The Board is asked to approve the Carmel USD 2021-2024 Countywide Plan for Provision of Educational Services as presented.

Steve Gonzalez, Ed.D., Director of Special Education
Attachments:
Carmel USD 2021-2024 Expulsion Plan
V.D. New Temporary Positions: 2 Campus Aides, 7.5 hours/0.9375 FTE; 1 Health Aide, 6.75 hours/0.84375 FTE
Rationale:
The District has identified additional staffing needs related to the ongoing services provided as the secondary sites have transitioned back to daily instruction on campus.  These are all being brought together because they are (1) temporary positions from April 19, 2021 until June 30, 2021 and (2) related to the services due to the COVID-19 pandemic and additional related instruction during summer school.
  • 2 Campus Aides, one at CHS and one at CMS, to provide additional support in securing the campus and maintaining site access control procedures and to provide additional support in supervising students while on campus due to distancing requirements.
  • 1 Health Aide, to provide additional support to the Health Services team with screening, testing, and other health related student needs.
 
Recommended Motion:
Approve new temporary positions: 2 Campus Aides, 7.5 hours/0.9375 FTE; 1 Health Aide, 6.75 hours/0.84375 FTE.

Craig Chavez, Chief Human Resources Officer

Financial Impact:
The cost of the three positions is estimated to be $35,000 and are to be paid from COVID related funds received in the general and categorical funds.
V.E. PUBLIC HEARING: Consideration and Public Notice of the 2021-2022 District Initial Proposal Regarding Collective Bargaining Agreement Negotiations with California School Employees Association (CSEA)
Rationale:

The Board is asked to conduct a public hearing on the following contract articles and topics to be discussed and possibly modified during negotiations between the District and CSEA Local 190 for the 2021/22 school year.  This is the third year of a 3-year agreement, as a result, the scope of negotiations is limited to Salary, H&W Benefits, and up to two other articles for each party.  At the next regular Board meeting on May 12, 2021, the Board will be asked to approval a final "sunshine" proposal.  Negotiations may not begin for the 21/22 school year until after the District's sunshine proposal is approved and CSEA's proposal has been received by the Board.  Pursuant to Government Code Section 3547, the District submits the following initial proposal for bargaining:

Article VI:  Salaries and Wages

Article VIII:  Health and Welfare Benefits

All Appendices Related to the Articles Noted

 
Recommended Motion:

No approval is requested at this time, it is presented as a Public Hearing only.

Craig Chavez, Chief Human Resources Officer.

Financial Impact:
The financial impact cannot be determined at this time.
V.F. Authorization to Purchase Equipment for Carmel High School Apple Mac Labs
Rationale:
Authorization to purchase new equipment for the two Carmel High School Apple Mac Labs for students. Both labs support our Career Technical Education (CTE) programs. Equipment to be purchased off the Piggyback Consent Form ("Consent Form") to the Education/State & Local Government Purchase Agreement and Professional Services Agreement between Glendale Unified School District and Apple Inc. ("Apple") approved by the Board on the April 7, 2021 Board meeting.  

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 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.
 
Recommended Motion:
The Board is asked to approve the Authorization to Purchase Equipment for CHS Mac Labs as presented. 

Paul Behan, Chief Technology Officer
Financial Impact:
Authorization to spend up to $100,000 using existing funds in 2020-2021 Technology Budget and Career Technical Education (CTE) Budget. This budget has been enhanced by funding from the CARES Act. 
Attachments:
Contract - Piggyback with Glendale Unified with Apple Education
Quote Apple (Mac Mini & Macbook for CHS Mac Lab - Granbery)
Quote Apple (MacBook Pro & iPads for CHS Mac Lab - Lederle)
Quote B&H Photo (Monitors for CHS Mac Lab - Granbery)
Quote CDW (Apple Mice & Keyboard for Mac Lab CHS - Granbery)
V.G. Authorization to Purchase Chromebooks for the 2021-2022 School Year via the Minnesota Master Agreement MNWNC - 108 Amendment
Rationale:
Each year, the district purchases new Chromebooks for all students in grades 5 and 9, as well as replacement Chromebooks and parts as needed in grades TK through 12. This year, to prepare for multiple scenarios, the administration also plans to purchase Chromebooks for entering TK and Kindergarten students in case 1:1 distance learning is necessary due to quarantines. These computers can be distributed to other classrooms if not needed as 1:1 in TK/K. The administration recommends buying Dell Chromebooks through this purchasing program because it is advantageous to the district in terms of pricing and efficiency: Computer Equipment Master Agreement: Minnesota Master Agreement MNWNC-108, including California Participating Addendum No. 7-15-70-34-003: Dell Marketing, L.P. (Contractor) which was approved on April 29, 2020 Board Meeting to use through July 31, 2021.

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 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.
 
Recommended Motion:
The Board is asked to approved the Authorization to Purchase Chromebooks for the 2021-2022 School Year - Off of the Minnesota Master Agreement MNWNC - 108 Amendment as presented.

Paul Behan, Chief Technology Officer
Financial Impact:
Authorization to spend up to $175,000 using existing funds in 2020-2021 Technology Budget for 1:1 devices. These funds have been enhanced by the CARES Act. 
Attachments:
NASPO CA Participation Addendum (Board Approved 4/29/2020)
NASPO Master Agreement MNWNC108 (Board Approved 4/29/2020)
Quote Dell Corp (CB for 2021 2022 school year)
V.H. Resolution #21-05 Notice of Completion: Cachagua Community Center Water System Upgrade
Rationale:
A Notice of Completion has been issued for the following:Cachagua Community Center Water System Upgrade.

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.

 
Recommended Motion:
Approve Notice of Completion Resolution #21-05, by roll call vote, as presented.

Dan Paul, Director of Facilities and Transportation
Attachments:
Resolution #21-05 Notice of Completion - Cachagua Water System Upgrades
V.I. Resolution #21-06 Declaration of Need for Fully Qualified Educators
Rationale:
This annual Declaration of Need for Fully Qualified Educators is as a prerequisite to the issuance of any emergency permits to the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing for the Carmel Unified School District. We may not need to utilize any of these positions in the 2021-2022 school year, however, with this declaration of need, we will be in a position for a special permit, if needed.

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.
 
Recommended Motion:
The Board is asked to approve, by roll call vote, Resolution #21-06 Declaration of Need for Fully Qualified Educators for the 2021-2022 School Year, as presented.

Craig Chavez, Chief Human Resources Officer
Financial Impact:
No financial impact.
Attachments:
Res 21-06
V.J. Resolution #21-08 Teacher Assignments for the 2021-2022 School Year
Rationale:
Each year, the Board must approve or re-approve teacher assignments for teachers who have met certain criteria based on Ed Code and are teaching outside their credential authorization. This Resolution is for teacher assignments for the 2021-2022 school 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.
 
Recommended Motion:
The Board is asked to approve, by roll call vote, Resolution #21-08 Teacher Assignments.

Craig Chavez, Chief Human Resources Officer
Financial Impact:
No financial impact.
Attachments:
Res 21-08
V.K. Resolution #21-09 California Day of the TeacherWas edited within 72 hours of the Meeting
Rationale:
This is the 39th anniversary of California Education Code 37222.10(a)'s designation that the second Wednesday in May will be recognized as California Day of the Teacher. We acknowledge the dedication and hard work performed every day by educators in their classrooms, virtual or in-person, and honor them as professionals who prepare our students for bright and successful futures.

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.
 
Recommended Motion:
Approve Resolution #21-09 California Day of the Teacher.

Craig Chavez, Chief Human Resources Officer

Attachments:
Resolution #21-09 CA Day of the Teacher
V.L. Resolution #21-10 California Classified School Employee Week
Rationale:
California’s Legislature recognized that every aspect of a child’s educational experience is impacted by a classified school employee and named the third full week of May as Classified School Employee Week to honor the accomplishments and contributions these employees make to our schools and educational community.  The Board calls out May 16-22, to recognize our District's classified staff and all of the effort they have put in to making the services provided to students this year even possible.

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.
 
Recommended Motion:
Approve Resolution #21-10 California Classified School Employee Week.

Craig Chavez, Chief Human Resources Officer

Attachments:
Resolution #21-10 CA Classified School Employee Week
VI. BOARD OPERATIONS
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The next regular meeting of the Board is scheduled for May 12, 2021.
VI.A. Future Topics
Rationale:
This is an informational item only, and subject to change.

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.
 
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Any Board member may request that a matter within the jurisdiction of the Board be placed on the agenda of a subsequent meeting.  Additionally, pursuant to Board Bylaw 9322, between meetings members of the public may submit written requests that a matter within the jurisdiction of the Board be placed on the agenda of a subsequent meeting.  Platform (link) to submit requests in writing can be found on the district website/board webpage at: https://www.carmelunified.org/domain/3 

Attachments:
BoE Future Topics - April 21, 2021
VII. 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: April 16, 2021, 1:32 PM

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