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Regular Board Meeting
Los Gatos Un. ESD
June 08, 2021 5:30PM
Teleconference and the Governing Board will meet in the Fisher Multipurpose Room. Instructions for public observation and participation are in the agenda.

A. CALL TO ORDER (5:30 p.m.)
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The June 8, 2021 Board Meeting will be conducted via videoconference with the board and staff meeting in the Fisher Multipurpose Room. Interested parties and members of the public must follow the instructions below to observe or provide comment during the meeting as in-person attendance is not available at this time due to ongoing public health concerns.

HOW TO OBSERVE TO THE BOARD MEETING

Interested parties and members of the public may observe the meeting via live stream 

HOW TO PROVIDE PUBLIC COMMENT

Individuals who wish to provide public comment during the meeting may join the meeting by Zoom at the following link:

https://lgusd-org.zoom.us/j/96642779896?pwd=bGlOSVhYR1dYeXViVFRrL2tPOVplQT09

At the designated times, individuals may provide comment on items on the agenda and on any item within the jurisdiction of the Governing Board.  You may use the Raise Your Hand feature in Zoom to indicate your request to provide comment when the Board calls for public comment.  District staff will announce and unmute each individual when it is their time to comment.  When you are called upon, you may introduce yourself, turn on your microphone and camera, and provide your comment.  Comments may not exceed three (3) minutes.
A.1. Roll Call
A.2. Approval/Amendment of the Closed Session Agenda
A.3. Public Comment on Closed Session
Quick Summary / Abstract:

This is the opportunity for members of the public to address the Governing Board on any Closed Session item described in this notice. In accordance with the Brown Act, unless an item has been placed on the published agenda, there shall be no action taken. The Board may: 1) acknowledge receipt of the information, 2) refer to staff for further study, 3) ask clarifying questions, or 4) refer the matter to the next Board meeting agenda.

B. CLOSED SESSION
B.1. Conference with Labor Negotiator (Gov. Code, §54957.6, subd. (a))Confidential agenda item.
Quick Summary / Abstract:
  • Agency designated representative: Board President
  • Unrepresented employee(s): Superintendent
C. REGULAR SESSION (6:30 p.m.)
C.1. Flag Salute
C.2. Report Out of Closed Session
C.3. Approval/Amendment of Agenda
C.4. Public Comment
Quick Summary / Abstract:

This is the opportunity for members of the public to address the Governing Board on any item described in this notice or any other issue. In accordance with the Brown Act, unless an item has been placed on the published agenda, there shall be no action taken. The Board may: 1) acknowledge receipt of the information, 2) refer to staff for further study, 3) ask clarifying questions, or 4) refer the matter to the next Board meeting agenda.

C.5. Remarks & Communication
Quick Summary / Abstract:

This is the opportunity for community partners listed below to provide an update to the Governing Board regarding their respective organization. In accordance with the Brown Act, the Board may: 1) acknowledge receipt of the information, 2) refer to staff for further study, 3) ask clarifying questions, or 4) refer the matter to the next Board meeting agenda.

• Home & School Club - Blossom Hill Elementary School

• Home & School Club - Daves Avenue Elementary School

• Home & School Club - Lexington Elementary School

• Home & School Club - Louise Van Meter Elementary School

• Home & School Club - R.J. Fisher Middle School

• Los Gatos Elementary Teachers Association

• Los Gatos Union Classified Employees Association

• Los Gatos Education Foundation

C.6. Superintendent's Report
D. CONSENT AGENDA
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Information concerning the consent items listed below has been forwarded to each Board member prior to the meeting for study. All items on the consent agenda will be approved with one motion which is not debatable and which requires unanimous vote for passage. If any member of the Board, the Superintendent, or the public so requests, an item shall be removed from the section and placed on the regular order of business following the approval of the consent agenda.
D.1. Minutes
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The minutes for the Regular Board meeting, May 20, 2021 are presented to the Governing Board for approval and action. It is the recommendation of the Superintendent that the Governing Board approve the minutes as presented.
Recommended Motion:

It is the recommendation of the Superintendent that the Governing Board approve the minutes as presented.

Financial Impact:

There is no financial impact at this time.

Attachments:
Minutes 052021 060821
D.2. Warrant Register
Quick Summary / Abstract:

The warrant register for the month of May 2021 is presented to the Governing Board for approval and action. It is the recommendation of the Chief Business Official and Superintendent that the Governing Board approve the warrant register for the payment of invoices for goods and services as presented.

Recommended Motion:

It is the recommendation of the Chief Business Official and Superintendent that the Governing Board approve the warrant register for the payment of invoices for goods and services as presented.

Financial Impact:

There is no financial impact at this time.

Attachments:
May 2021 Warrant Register
D.3. Service Contracts
Quick Summary / Abstract:

The service contracts as of June 8, 2021 are presented to the Governing Board for approval and action. It is the recommendation of the Chief Business Official and Superintendent that the Governing Board approve the service contracts for the payment of services as presented.

Recommended Motion:

The service contracts as of June 8, 2021 are presented to the Governing Board for approval and action. It is the recommendation of the Chief Business Official and Superintendent that the Governing Board approve the service contracts for the payment of services as presented.

Financial Impact:

Financial impact is outlined by each contract.

Attachments:
June 2021 Service Contracts
D.4. Personnel Report
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The personnel report as of June 8, 2021, includes job descriptions for Director II: Student Services and IT Systems Manager and is presented to the Governing Board for approval. It is the recommendation of the Assistant Superintendent-Educational Services/HR and the Superintendent that the Governing Board approve the report as presented.
Rationale:

CERTIFICATED EMPLOYMENT

Peggy Anderson has been offered an Itinerant Art Teacher K-5 position (1.0 FTE) at the District Office effective August 6, 2021.

Haley Brucato has been offered a Probationary English Teacher position (1.0 FTE) at R.J. Fisher Middle School effective August 6, 2021.

William Butler has been offered a Probationary English Teacher position (1.0 FTE) at R.J. Fisher Middle School effective August 6, 2021.

Mara Verboonen Bedolla has been offered a Probationary Spanish Teacher position (1.0 FTE) at R.J. Fisher Middle School effective August 6, 2021.

CERTIFICATED MANAGEMENT

Rhonda Beasley has been offered the Director of Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment position (1.0 FTE) at the District Office effective July 1, 2021

CLASSIFIED  EMPLOYMENT

Miguel Hernandez Parra, has been offered a Groundskeeper I position (1.0 FTE) at the District Office Warehouse  effective July 1, 2021.

CLASSIFIED MANAGEMENT

Amy Liang has been offered the Director of Technology, Assessment and Accountability position (1.0 FTE) at the District Office effective July 1, 2021.

CLASSIFIED  RESIGNATION

Mary Oreskovic, PE Specialist (.25 FTE) at Lexington Elementary School has submitted her resignation effective June 3, 2021.

 
Recommended Motion:
It is the recommendation of the Assistant Superintendent-Educational Services/HR and Superintendent that the Governing Board approve the report as presented.
Financial Impact:
There is no financial impact at this time.
Attachments:
JD - Director II: Student Services
JD - IT Systems Manager
D.5. Senate Bill 187 Comprehensive School Safety Plans
Quick Summary / Abstract:

Senate Bill (SB) 187 Comprehensive School Safety Plans for Blossom Hill Elementary School, Daves Avenue Elementary School, Lexington Elementary School, Louise Van Meter Elementary School and R.J. Fisher Middle School, are presented to the Governing Board for approval and action. It is the recommendation of the Director of Maintenance and Operations and the Superintendent that the Governing Board approve the SB 187 Comprehensive School Safety Plans as presented.

Rationale:
Individual schools in the District have reviewed and updated their Comprehensive School Safety Plans by the March 1, 2021 deadline. (Amended Ed. Codes 32280-32289) The District is now informing the Board of these Comprehensive School Safety Plans before the July 1, 2021 deadline. (Amended Ed. Code 33126 and 35256).
 
Recommended Motion:

It is the recommendation of the Director of Maintenance and Operations and the Superintendent that the Governing Board approve the SB 187 Comprehensive School Safety Plans as presented.

Financial Impact:
There is no financial impact at this time.
Attachments:
Blossom Hill School SB 187 022621 060821 sigs redacted
Daves Avenue 20-21 Comprehensive Safety Plan
Fisher Middle School SB187 022618 060821 sigs redacted
Lexington School SB187 022618 060821 sigs redacted
Louise Van Meter School SB187 022618 060821
D.6. Disposal of Surplus Equipment
Quick Summary / Abstract:

The disposal of surplus equipment as of June 8, 2021 is presented to the Governing Board for approval and action. It is the recommendation of Chief Business Official and the Superintendent that the Governing Board approve the surplus list as presented.

Rationale:

The Business Services Department requests the attached list of equipment to be declared as surplus. The equipment has been determined to be obsolete or broken. Our Administrative Regulations (AR 3270) states if the value of the property is insufficient to defray costs or arranging a sale, the property may be donated to a charitable organization deemed appropriate by the Board or may be disposed of by dumping (Education Code 17546). In order for us to dispose of the items, The Board of Trustees must first declare them surplus in accordance with education Code provisions.

The equipment list has been verified by Tim Landeck, Director of Technology, Assessment and Accountability on June 8, 2021.

 
Recommended Motion:

It is the recommendation of Chief Business Official and the Superintendent that the Governing Board approve the surplus list as presented.

Financial Impact:

Any/all revenue generated from the recycling of these items will be used to support Technology projects.

Attachments:
Inventory surplus 6.8.21
D.7. Strategic Plan 2021-2022 Action Plans Revision Approval
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Revisions to the Strategic Plan 2021-2022 Action Plans are presented to the Governing Board for approval and action. It is the recommendation of the Superintendent and district administration that the Governing Board approve the revisions as presented.
Rationale:

Strategic Plan 2021-2022 Action Plans were approved by the Governing Board at the May 20, 2021 Regular Board Meeting with two additions:

  • Learning loss intervention efforts 
  • Data systems research and analysis

The additions are highlighted in the revised action plans under objective #4 (A2 and A3). The revised action plans will replace the previous plans upon board approval.

 
Recommended Motion:
It is the recommendation of the Superintendent and district administration that the Governing Board approve the revisions as presented.
Financial Impact:
There is no financial impact at this time.
Attachments:
Strategic Plan with Action Plans 2021_22 DRAFT 052021 rev1 060821
E. STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES
E.1. LGUSD Voter Survey Update
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Joy Kummer from TBWBH Props & Measures and Jessica Polsky-Sanches from EMC Research will present recent voter survey results to the Governing Board for discussion.
Attachments:
EMC TBWBH Executive Summary 060821
E.2. Pathways to Multiliteracy Presentation and Resolution Adoption
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Lexington Principal Jason Deppong and IB Coordinator Kristin Johnson will present an update on Pathways to Multiliteracy. In support of the program, Resolution #07-20-21, Supporting Home Language Development for All Students, is presented to the Governing Board for adoption.
Attachments:
Lexington Pathway to Multiliteracy_LGUSDBoard_060821
Resolution 07_20_21 060821
E.3. PUBLIC HEARING - Ratification of Negotiated Agreement between LGUSD and LGETA, and between LGUSD and Unrepresented Certificated Employees, and Certificated Management Employees for 2020-2021 and 2021-2022 school years
Quick Summary / Abstract:

The public hearing is an opportunity for the public to provide input to the Governing Board regarding the ratification of the negotiated agreement between the Los Gatos Union School District and the Los Gatos Elementary Teachers Association and between the Los Gatos Union School District and Unrepresented Certificated Employees, as well as Certificated Management.


Attachments:
Notice of Public Hearing Ratification LGETA 060821
E.4. Ratification of Negotiated Agreement Between Los Gatos Union School District (LGUSD) and Los Gatos Elementary Teachers Association (LGETA) for 2020-2021 and 2021-2022
Quick Summary / Abstract:

Assistant Superintendent Sarah Tellez will present an agreement that has been reached by the District and Los Gatos Elementary Teachers Association for the 2020-2021 and 2021-2022 school years to the Governing Board for approval and action.

Attached to this agenda item is the Financial Disclosure Form for the Certificated Bargaining Agreement.

Rationale:

The agreement settles and closes negotiations for the 2020-21 and 2021-22 school years.  The summary of the changes to the contract are attached to this item, in addition to the amended salary schedules. The District and the Los Gatos Elementary Teachers Association reached an agreement in the area of compensation as described:

1) Salary Schedule increase of 4% for 2020-21 as follows:

  • Salary Schedules, Appendix A shall be increased retroactively by 4% effective July 1, 2020 for all LGETA unit members actively employed by the District on June 3, 2021.
  • Items indexed to the Salary Schedule, Appendix B, shall be increased retroactively by 4% effective July 1, 2020 for all LGETA members actively employed by the District on June 3, 2021.

2) One time “off schedule” bonus of 2% for all unit members actively employed by the District on June 3, 2021

3) Salary Schedule increase of 3% on the salary schedule for 2021-22.

In addition, the middle school block schedule MOU has been amended to establish a Monday early release schedule in lieu of Monday late start for the 2021-22 school year. In addition it provides for 6 Wednesday early release days at the middle school to provide for district-wide collaboration.

 
Recommended Motion:

An agreement has been reached by the District and Los Gatos Elementary Teachers Association for 2020-2021 and 2021-2022 school years. It is presented to the Governing Board for approval and action.

Financial Impact:

The financial impact to the budget is $839,619 on schedule and $452,543 off schedule for FY20-21 and $678,814 for 2021-2022.  This increase was already included in the 19-20 and multi-year projections and therefore, there is no additional financial impact.  Based on the projected budget for this year and the subsequent two years the District is able to meet its financial obligations.

Attachments:
Certificated Bargaining Disclosure form
Certificated Salary Schedule 2020-21
Certificated Salary Schedule 2021-2022
Comprehensive Settlement Proposal Summary
Salary Schedule-District Nurse
E.5. Ratification of Agreement Between Los Gatos Union School District and Los Gatos Union School District Certificated Unrepresented and Certificated Management Employees for 2020-2021 and 2021-2022
Quick Summary / Abstract:

Assistant Superintendent Sarah Tellez will present an agreement that has been reached by the District and Certificated Unrepresented and Management employees for 2020-2021 and 2021-2022 school years to the Governing Board for approval and action.

Rationale:

 Salary Schedule increases as follows:

1) Salary Schedules shall be increased retroactively by 4% effective July 1, 2020 for all certificated unrepresented and certificated management employees employed by the District on June 3, 2021.

2) The Salary Schedules for the 2021-22 school year shall be increased by 3% for certificated unrepresented and certificated management employees.

 
Recommended Motion:

An agreement has been reached by the District and Certificated Unrepresented and Management employees for 2020-2021 and 2021-2022 is presented to the Governing Board for approval and action.

Financial Impact:

The financial impact to the budget is $157,974 for 20-21 and $123,220 for 21-22.  Based on the projected budget for this year and the subsequent two years the District is able to meet its financial obligations.




Attachments:
Management Salary Schedule 2020-2021
Management Salary Schedule 2021-2022
Unrepresented Salary Schedule 2020-2021
Unrepresented Salary Schedule 2021-2022
E.6. PUBLIC HEARING - Ratification of Negotiated Agreement Between LGUSD and LGUCEA and Between LGUSD and the Confidential and Classified Management Employees for 2020-2021 and 2021-2022
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The public hearing is an opportunity for the public to provide input to the Governing Board regarding the ratification of the negotiated agreement between the Los Gatos Union School District and the Los Gatos Union Classified Employees Association and between the Los Gatos Union School District and the Confidential and Classified Management Employees.
Financial Impact:

The financial Impact for this salary change is $133,581.  This includes salary, statutory benefits and pension contributions.  As this change was already factored into the budget there is not a budgetary impact for 2020-21 or beyond.  

Attachments:
Notice of Public Hearing Ratification LGUCEA 060821
E.7. Ratification of the Negotiated Agreement Between Los Gatos Union School District and Los Gatos Union Classified Employees Association for 2020-2021
Quick Summary / Abstract:

Assistant Superintendent Sarah Tellez will present an agreement that has been reached by the District and Los Gatos Union Classified Employees Association (LGUCEA) for 2020-2021 to the Governing Board for approval and action.

Attached to this agenda item is the Financial Disclosure Form for the Classified Bargaining Agreement.

Rationale:

The agreement settles and closes negotiations for the 2020-21 school year.  The tentative agreement is attached to this item including the amended salary schedule. The District and the Los Gatos Union Classified Employees Association (LGUCEA) reached an agreement in the area of compensation as follows:

  • Increase of 4% on the salary schedule pending association ratification and board approval for the 2020-21 school year retroactive to July 1, 2020 for all classified employees actively employed by the District on June 3, 2021.

  • Professional Growth Increments shall be increased retroactively by 4% effective July 1, 2020 for all classified employees who have Professional Growth Increments and are actively employed by the District on June 3, 2021.
  • One time “off schedule” bonus of 2%, for all classified employees actively employed by the District on June 3, 2021.

  • Increase of 3% on the salary schedule for the 2021-22 school year.

 
Recommended Motion:

An agreement has been reached by the District and Los Gatos Union Classified Employees Association (LGUCEA) for 2020-2021 and is presented to the Governing Board for approval and action.

Financial Impact:

The financial impact to the budget is $215,543 on schedule and $93,944 off schedule for FY20-21 and $171,878 for FY21-22. Based on the projected budget for this year and the subsequent two years the District is able to meet its financial obligations.



Attachments:
Classified Bargaining disclosure form
Classified Salary Schedule 2020-2021
Classified Salary Schedule 2021-2022
LGUCEA Comprehensive Settlement Summary
E.8. Ratification of Agreement Between Los Gatos Union School District Confidential, Classified Management, Classified Unrepresented Employees, and Supervisory for 2020-2021 and 2021-22
Quick Summary / Abstract:

Assistant Superintendent Sarah Tellez will present an agreement that has been reached by the District and Confidential, Classified Management, Classified Unrepresented, and Supervisory employees for 2020-2021 and 2021-2022 to the Governing Board for approval and action.

Rationale:

The District reached an agreement in the area of compensation for 2020-21 and 2021-22 school years.

1) Salary Schedule increase of 4% on the salary schedule for the 2020-21 school year as follows:

  • Salary Schedules, shall be increased retroactively by 4% effective July 1, 2020 for all classified management, confidential, classified unrepresented, and supervisory employees actively employed in the District on June 3, 2021.
  • Professional Growth Increments shall be increased retroactively by 4% effective July 1, 2020 for all employees who have Professional Growth Increments and are actively employed by the District on June 3, 2021.

2) Increase of 3% on the salary schedule for the 2021-22 school year.

 
Recommended Motion:

An agreement has been reached by the District and Confidential, Classified Management, Classified non-represented employees, and Supervisory for 2020-2021 and 2021-2022. It is presented to the Governing Board for approval and action.

Financial Impact:

The financial impact to the budget is $47,191 for FY20-21  and $36,809 for FY21-22.  Based on the projected budget for this year and the subsequent two years the District is able to meet its financial obligations.

Attachments:
Confidential Salary Schedule 2020-21
Confidential Salary Schedule 2021-22
Management Salary Schedule 2020-21
Management Salary Schedule 2021-22
Supervisory Salary Schedule 2020-21
Supervisory Salary Schedule 2021-22
Unrepresented Salary Schedule 2021-21
Unrepresented Salary Schedule 2021-22
E.9. PUBLIC HEARING: Local Control Accountability Plan for 2021-2022
Quick Summary / Abstract:

The public hearing is an opportunity for the public to provide input to the Governing Board regarding the Local Control Accountability Plan for the 2021-2022 fiscal year. This is the final opportunity for the Board to provide input to the LCAP prior to approval at the June 10, 2021 Board meeting.

Rationale:

The LCAP and annual update template shall be used to provide details regarding Local Educational Agencies’ (LEAs) actions and expenditures to support pupil outcomes and overall performance pursuant to Education Code sections 52060, 52066, 47605, 47605.5, and 47606.5.

Districts are required to adopt the LCAP by July 1, 2021 and annually thereafter. In the interim years between adoptions, districts are required annually to update their LCAPs. Each year, districts must adopt (or update) their LCAPs prior to the adoption of their budget plans. Annual updates must review a school district’s progress towards meeting the goals set forth in its LCAP, assess the effectiveness of the specific actions taken toward achieving these goals, and describe any changes the district will make as a result of this review and assessment.

The school district also must specify the expenditures for the next fiscal year that will be used to support English Learners (EL), Low Income (LI), and foster youth students, as well as former EL reclassified as English proficient. The district must first hold at least one hearing to solicit recommendations and comments from the public regarding expenditures proposed in the plan. It then must adopt (or officially update) the LCAP at a subsequent hearing.

 
Recommended Motion:

The public hearing is an opportunity for the public to provide input to the Governing Board regarding the Local Control Accountability Plan for the 2021-2022 fiscal year. This is the final opportunity for the Board to provide input to the LCAP prior to approval at the June 10, 2021 Board meeting.

Financial Impact:
The proposed financial impact is outlined in the LCAP and aligned with the District's budget. 
Attachments:
LCAP Budget Overview for Parents
LCAP Summary Presentation
LGUSD LCAP 2021
Notice of Public Hearing LCAP 60821
E.10. California Dashboard Local Indicators
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The California School Dashboard requires LEAs to monitor school climate (at all sites) and to publicly report data through the local indicators portal.  Arcia Dorosti (Director of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment) will present the school climate data that will be submitted to the state portal.  The full document of all local indicators is also attached.    
Rationale:
This is a requirement from the State of California.
 
Recommended Motion:
Approval of LGUSD's local indicators and school climate data.
Financial Impact:
There is no financial impact at this time.
Attachments:
CA School Dashboard Presentation
Content of CA Dashboard Local Indicators
E.11. PUBLIC HEARING: Budget Adoption for 2021-2022
Quick Summary / Abstract:

The public hearing is an opportunity for the public to provide input to the Governing Board regarding the budget adoption for the 2020-2021 fiscal year. 

Rationale:

 
Attachments:
Notice of Public Hearing Budget Adoption 060821
E.12. Los Gatos Union School District Proposed Budget for 2021-2022
Quick Summary / Abstract:

Chief Business Official Terese McNamee will present the proposed LGUSD 2020-2021 budget to the Governing Board as required by Education Code before its submission to the California Department of Education. Discussion and action will be taken on June 10, 2021.

Rationale:

As required by Education Code the 2020-21 Adopted Budget is presented to the Governing Board with a positive certification. The adopted budget assumes a 5.5% property tax growth based on the latest projections from the Santa Clara County Assessor.

A positive certification is assigned if the district will be able to meet its financial obligations for the current fiscal year and subsequent two fiscal years. A qualified certification will be assigned to any district that may not meet its financial obligations for the current fiscal year or two subsequent fiscal years. A negative certification will be assigned to any district that will be unable to meet its financial obligations for the remainder of the fiscal year or the subsequent fiscal year per Education Code Section 42131.

The District's budget maintains a positive certification for the next three years.
 
Recommended Motion:

The discussion and action will be taken on June 10, 2021.

Financial Impact:
The financial impact is detailed in the budget presentation.
Attachments:
Adopted budget presentation
FY21-22 SACS Adopted Budget
E.13. Approval of Director II Student Services, Instructional Technology Systems Manager & Revision to Administrative Salary Schedule
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The management salary schedule has been amended to include two additional positions: Director II- Student Services and Manager-IT Systems. In addition, the salary of the Director-Maintenance and Operations has been revised.
Rationale:

The responsibilities of the Director of Students Services have increased, and additional staff have been added to the student services department. The position has been reclassified as a Director II to compensate for additional responsibilities.

The Director of Technology will have increased responsibility for the strategic plan initiatives. The IT Systems Manager position will take on increased responsibility in the Instructional Technology Department to support the new director and the implementation of the Strategic Plan.

In order to address goal 5A of the Strategic Plan, the Director of Maintenance and Operations salary schedule has been adjusted to better match similar school districts' compensation .

 
Recommended Motion:
It is the recommendation of the Assistant Superintendent and Superintendent that the Governing Board approve the additional positions and the amended salary schedule.
Attachments:
Management Salary Schedule 2021-22
E.14. Approval of One-time Payment for Unrepresented, Confidential, Supervisory and Management Employees and the Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services/Human Resources and Chief Business Officer
Quick Summary / Abstract:

The District has negotiated a 2% one time “off schedule” payment for 2020-2021 for the certificated and classified bargaining units, and wishes to provide the same payment to the unrepresented, confidential, supervisory and management employees and the Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services/Human Resources and the Chief Business Officer.

Recommended Motion:

It is recommended that the Board approve a 2% one time “off schedule” payment for 2020-2021 to the unrepresented, confidential, supervisory and management employees and the Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services/Human Resources and the Chief Business Officer.

Financial Impact:
The financial impact to the budget is $102,265 for FY 20-21. Based on the projected budget for this year and the subsequent two years the District is able to meet its financial obligations.
E.15. Approval of the Renewal and Extension of the Employment Agreements and Compensation for the Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services/Human Resources and the Chief Business Officer
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The term of the Employment Agreements for Assistant Superintendent and the Chief Business Officer will be renewed and extended. The Board will also approve the increase in compensation by the percentage increase applied to the salary schedule of the certificated bargaining unit, for 2020-2021 and 2021-2022, as provided for in the Employment Agreements. The Brown Act requires the Board to orally report a summary of the salary and fringe benefits before taking action. The Superintendent will make this oral report on behalf of the Board when this item is taken up during the meeting.
Recommended Motion:

It is recommended that the Board approve the Renewal and Extension of the Employment Agreements and Compensation for the Assistant Superintendent and the Chief Business Officer.

Attachments:
Assist Supt Amendmt & Increase 060821
CBO Renewal_Ext_Comp 060821
E.16. Approval of the Renewal and Extension of the Superintendent’s Employment Agreement and for Additional Compensation for the Superintendent
Quick Summary / Abstract:

The term in the Employment Agreement for District Superintendent will be renewed and extended. The Superintendent will receive an additional 1% salary increase in 2021-2022. The Brown Act requires the Board to orally report a summary of the salary and fringe benefits before taking action. The Board President will make this oral report when this item is taken up during the meeting.

Recommended Motion:

It is recommended that the Board approve the Renewal and Extension to the Employment Agreement for the District Superintendent and the increase in compensation.

 


Attachments:
Superintendent Renewal_Extension 060821
E.17. Approval of One-time Payment for the District Superintendent
Quick Summary / Abstract:

The District has negotiated a 2% one time “off schedule” payment for 2020-2021 for the certificated and classified bargaining units, and wishes to provide the same payment to the District Superintendent.

Recommended Motion:

It is recommended that the Board approve a 2% one time “off schedule” payment for 2020-2021 to the District Superintendent.

F. BOARD ITEMS
F.1. Board Comments and Subcommittee Reports
F.2. Future Board Meetings
Quick Summary / Abstract:
  • Special Board Meeting - June 10, 2021 at 4:00 p.m.
  • Regular Board Meeting - July 22, 2021 at 4:00 p.m.

 

G. ADJOURNMENT

Published: June 4, 2021, 4:41 PM

The resubmit was successful.