Grossmont Union High School District
 
Home
Login
Help
  Meetings Calendar Policies       Search
Previous MeetingSeptember 11, 2014 04:00 PM
(REVISED) Regular Governing Board Meeting
East County Regional Education Center (ECREC)
924 East Main Street
El Cajon, CA 92020

 

  
Preliminary Information

TDD/TTY 619.460.4567 / For Information Call 619.644.8083
(Board Meetings are Tape Recorded)

In accordance with the American Disabilities Act, if accommodations are required, please call the Superintendent's Office

72 hours in advance at 619.644.8083 and every effort will be made to accommodate your request.


(D) Discussion Item
(V) Can Vote
(C) Consent Item
Unfold I.  OPEN SESSION - CALL TO ORDER (4:00 P.M.)   
         
a. Public Comment on Closed Session Items     
Unfold II.  ADJOURN TO CLOSED SESSION   
         
a. The closed session agenda may include items pertaining to specific personnel matters (such as appointment, employment, evaluation of performance, discipline or dismissal of an employee; or complaints/charges against an employee); pending litigation; instruction to the Board’s negotiators (re: real property or salaries or compensation paid in the form of fringe benefits of its represented employees); and student disciplinary matters.     
         
b. Closed Session Matters      (D)  
 

1. Conference with Legal Counsel – Potential/Existing Litigation (Subdivisions (c/d)(1) of Government Code 54956.9) 

a. Claims Rejected, Allowed, Compromised or Settled Pursuant to Authority Granted Under Board Policy 3320  

2. Public Employee Matters Pursuant to Government Code 54957 and 53262 

    a. Public Employee Discipline/Dismissal/Release 

    b. Public Employee Appointment/Employment

    Superintendent's Goals and Objectives

3. Employer-Employee Negotiations Pursuant to Government Code 54957.6

    a. Conference With Labor Negotiator 

         
c. Approval of Student Matters Pursuant to Education Code Sections §49073-49079 (Action Taken in Open Session)      (D)  
 

Approval of the Following Student Matters Pursuant to Education Code Sections §49073-49079 (Action)

1. Suspended Expulsion of Students in Cases #1 - #2

2. Stipulated Suspended Expulsion of Students in Cases #1 - #5

3. Revoke Suspended Expulsion of Student in Case #1

4. Expulsion Lift of Students in Cases #1 - #3

Unfold III.  RECONVENE OPEN/PUBLIC SESSION (6:00 P.M.) - BOARD ROOM   
         
a. Public Session (6:00 p.m.) - Board Room     
 

PLEASE NOTE: Speaker cards are accepted until 6:00 p.m.

(Please see attachment for samples of Speaker Cards for speaking to items On the Agenda and Not on the Agenda).  Speaker cards are available at the back table in the Board Room prior to each Regular Board Meeting.

AGENDA ONLINE: Please see attachment for instructions on connecting to the GUHSD Network to view this meeting.

         
b. Call to Order     
         
c. Presentation of Colors, Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag, and Moment of Silence presented by Mt. Miguel High School Color Guard     
         
d. Moment of Silence     
         
e. Reading of GUHSD Vision Statement     
Unfold IV.  AWARDS/RECOGNITIONS/SPECIAL REPORTS OR PRESENTATIONS   
         
a. Recognition of the Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee for Garnering High Marks on the School Bond Transparency Report     
Unfold V.  COMMUNICATIONS FROM THE PUBLIC   
         
a. Communications from the Public     
 

All comments from the public on agenda items are heard for a total of 30 minutes, a maximum of 3 minutes per speaker and, if necessary, are continued at the conclusion of the business meeting.  BB9323 Speaker Cards Whether the speaker is speaking to an agenda item or an item not on the agenda, the speaker shall file a speaker card (a gold card for items ON the agenda and a blue card for items NOT ON the agenda) indicating his or her name and the agenda item or subject he or she wishes to address and present it to the Board secretary prior to the approval of the agenda. If a member of the public wishes to speak to an item at the time the item comes up for action, please indicate that on the Speaker Card and you will be given an opportunity to speak prior to the action being taken.

         
b. Procedures for Receiving Comments From the Public on Topics that Fall Under the Subject Jurisdiction of the Governing Board     
 
  1. Board Agenda Topics:  Opportunity for members of the public to address the Governing Board on any item described in this Notice (Government Code Section §54954.3).  An individual speaker may not exceed a total of three minutes on all items.
  2. Topics NOT ON the Agenda:  Persons wishing to address the Board on any item(s) NOT ON the agenda may do so at the end of the meeting under item XX, Comments from the Public on Topics Not On the Agenda.
Unfold VI.  PROCEDURAL   
         
a. Public Report of Action Taken (if any) in Closed Session in Accordance With Government Code §54957.1/54957.9     
         
b. Approval of the following Student Matters Pursuant to Education Code Sections §49073-49079 (Action)      (V)  
 

1. Suspended Expulsion of Students in Cases #1 - #2

2. Stipulated Suspended Expulsion of Students in Cases #1 - #5

3. Revoke Suspended Expulsion of Student in Case #1

4. Expulsion Lift of Students in Cases #1 - #3

Unfold VII.  APPROVAL OF AGENDA   
         
a. Approval of Board Meeting Agenda      (V)  
Unfold VIII.  APPROVAL OF MINUTES   
         
a. Approval of Minutes from Regular Governing Board Meeting:      (V)  
  July 10, 2014
         
b. Approval of Minutes from Special Governing Board Meeting:      (V)  
  July 30, 2014
Unfold IX.  INFORMATIONAL REPORTS / DISCUSSIONS   
         
a. Student Board Representative Board Report     
         
b. Governing Board President Report     
         
c. Report to the Governing Board Regarding Prop H/U Status by Katy Wright, Executive Director, Facilities Management     
         
d. Report to the Governing Board Regarding District Deferred Maintenance Program by Katy Wright, Executive Director, Facilities Management      (D)  
         
e. Report of the Deputy Superintendent, Business Services, Regarding Public Disclosure of District Investments for the Period Ending June 30, 2014      (D)  
         
f. Fourth Quarter and End-of-Year Report to the Governing Board Regarding District Legal Costs      (D)  
         
g. Student Attendance Incentive Program: Final Results for 2013/14      (D)  
  Positive impact on district revenue of $844,325 due to increased attendance percentages from the prior year.
         
h. Superintendent's Board Report     
Unfold X.  ACTION ITEMS / PUBLIC HEARINGS / DISCUSSION   
         
a. GOVERNING BOARD: Adoption of Resolution (2015-02) Reaffirm Opposition to Unification of the Alpine Union School District      (V)  
Unfold XI.  ACTION ITEMS - EDUCATIONAL SERVICES   
         
a. Public Hearing on Resolution (2015-01) on Sufficiency of Instructional Materials      (D)  
         
b. Adoption of Resolution (2015-01) on Sufficiency of Instructional Materials      (V)  
         
c. Ratification and Approval of Employment of Consultants      (V)  
  The total funds to cover the costs of the consultants is approximately $400,142.
Unfold XII.  ACTION ITEMS - BUSINESS SERVICES   
         
a. Ratification of Redesignation of N. Wayne Papac, as the Construction Management Association of America (CMAA), San Diego Chapter, Representative to the Proposition H/U Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee      (V)  
         
b. Approval of Monthly Budget Summary for the Period Ended June 30, 2014, and Report of the Unaudited Actuals for the 2013-2014 Fiscal Year.      (D)  (V)  
         
c. Approval of Compensation Agreement with City of El Cajon Regarding Division of Land Sale Proceeds of El Cajon Redevelopment Real Property      (V)  
  This represents a neutral fiscal impact to the District. The proceeds received through this agreement are 100% offset by a reduction in State Aid funding.  
         
d. Award Contract for Interior and Exterior Painting Unit Price Districtwide      (V)  
  Contract will not exceed $40,000 and will be funded out of Fund 14 – Deferred Maintenance Fund, Fund 21 - General Obligation Bond Fund, and other funds as necessary on a project-by-project basis.
         
e. Approval and Adoption of First Reading of Board Policy 3513.3, Tobacco-Free Schools, and Waiver of the Second Reading (optional)      (V)  
         
f. Approval of Change Orders in Excess of 10% Cumulative or $100,000 per Change Order      (V)  
         
g. Report of Actions Taken and Ratification of Change Orders Approved Pursuant to the Provisions of Resolution (2014-101)      (V)  
         
h. Contracts with Designated Firms for Civil Engineering Services      (V)  
  The total expenditure for the 2014-15 Fiscal Year for each consultant for these services will not exceed $300,000 to be paid from the appropriate Prop H, Prop U and/or other funds.
         
i. Ratification and Approval of Professional Service and Capital Improvement Contracts      (V)  
  Contracts will be funded out of Fund 21 – General Obligation Bond Fund and other funds.
XIII.  ACTION ITEMS - HUMAN RESOURCES   
Unfold XIV.  CONSOLIDATED AGENDA (ONE MOTION TO APPROVE ALL ITEMS: XV - XVII)   
         
a. Items listed in in the following sections are considered to be routine and are acted on by the Board in one motion.      (V)  (C)  
Unfold XV.  CONSOLIDATED AGENDA - EDUCATIONAL SERVICES   
         
a. Ratification and Approval of Addition to the 2014-2015 Master Course Catalog      (V)  (C)  
  Newcomer Social Science Literacy
         
b. Approval to Submit and Implement, if Funded, the Health Career Pathways Grant, Grossmont Union High School District, Year Ten      (V)  (C)  
         
c. Ratification and Approval of Nonpublic Agency Contract      (V)  (C)  
  The estimated cost for orientation and mobility services provided by Sunbelt Staffing for the 2014-2015 school year is estimated at $50,000.
         
d. Vocational Education Incentive Grant      (V)  (C)  
         
e. Approval to Purchase and Implement Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE) Online Services for 2014-2015 School Year      (V)  (C)  
  The cost will be $5,791.93 and will be funded by WIA funds.
         
f. Ratification of Application for El Cajon Rotary Foundation Support Grants School Year 2014-2015      (V)  (C)  
         
g. Approval of Institutional and Individual Memberships for School Year 2014-2015      (V)  (C)  
  Total cost of the memberships for the 2014-2015 school year is $2,950.
         
h. Approval of Modifications to Administration Regulation 6146.1, High School Graduation Requirements      (V)  (C)  
         
i. Approval to Submit and Implement, if Funded, the Moxie Igniter Fund Mini-Grant      (V)  (C)  
  There will be no fiscal impact to the general fund.
         
j. Approval to Adopt the District Master Textbook Adoption List for 2014-2015      (V)  (C)  
         
k. Approval of the 2014-2015 Master Course Catalog      (V)  (C)  
Unfold XVI.  CONSOLIDATED AGENDA - BUSINESS SERVICES   
         
a. Approval of Agreement to Provide Rental Buses, Drivers, and Vehicle Maintenance to Shadow Mountain Community Church      (V)  (C)  
  This agreement is expected to generate approximately $15,000 annually in revenue to the General Fund.
         
b. Ratification of Agreement to Provide Transportation Services and Bus Rentals to Elevate Elementary Charter School for the Period September 2, 2014 Through June 30, 2015; and Authorization for Superintendent or Designee to Execute Same      (V)  (C)  
  Annual net revenue of $15,000 for the General Fund.
         
c. Approval to Submit Hearing Screening Request Waiver to California Department of Health Care Services      (V)  (C)  
         
d. Ratification of Purchase Orders and Contracts Listing (June 24 through August 25, 2014)      (V)  (C)  
  Total encumbrances for this time range is $84,017,267.98 as authorized by fund as set forth in Attachment 1.
         
e. Ratification of Agreement with the Lemon Grove School District to Provide Transportation Services for the Period July 1, 2014, Through June 3, 2016      (V)  (C)  
  Annual net revenue in excess of $100,000 for the General Fund.
         
f. Adoption of Resolution (2015-03) Designating Authorized Agents to Receive Mail and Pick Up Warrants at the County Office of Education      (V)  (C)  
         
g. Acceptance of Donations      (V)  (C)  
         
h. Adoption of Resolution (2015-04) to Delete and Add Authorized Agents to Sign Checks for Various School, Program, and ASB Accounts Districtwide      (V)  (C)  
         
i. Authorization to Enter Into Contracts with Designated Firms for CEQA Engineering Services      (V)  (C)  
  The cost will be paid from the appropriate Prop H, Prop U and or other funds. The total
expenditure for the 2014-15 Fiscal Year for each consultant for these services will not
exceed $200,000.
         
j. Ratification and Approval of Paid Warrants      (V)  (C)  
  Total paid warrants for the month of June 2014, is $15,252,962.84.
Unfold XVII.  CONSOLIDATED AGENDA - HUMAN RESOURCES   
         
a. Ratification and Approval of Certificated Personnel Actions      (V)  (C)  
  1. Certificated Employment (Regular) (Items 1 through 75)
2. Certificated Employment (Additional Compensation) (Items 1 through 557)
    (a) 6/5 Assignments (Items 1 through 21)
    (b) Additional Compensation (No Items)
3. Certificated Employment (Substitutes) (No Items)
4. Certificated Employee Requests for Leave (No Items)
5. Certificated Employee Resignation/Terminations (Items 1 through 11)
         
b. Ratification and Approval of Classified Personnel Actions      (V)  (C)  
  1. Classified Employment (Regular) (Items 1 through 26)
2. Classified Employment (Short-Term & Students) (Items 1 through 699)
3. Classified Employment (Substitutes) (Items 1 through 6)
4. Classified Employee Requests for Leave (Items 1 through 3)
5. Classified Employee Resignation/Terminations/Retirements (Items 1 through 8)
         
c. Ratification and Approval of Personnel Actions, Adult School and Regional Occupational Program/Career Technical Education      (V)  (C)  
  1. Employment (Items 1 through 314)
2. Employee Resignation/Terminations (No Items)
3. Employee Requests for Leave (No Items)
         
d. Approval of the Football Physician/Trainer Program for the 2014 Football Season      (V)  (C)  
  The fiscal impact is approximately $5,000.
         
e. Ratification and Approval of Employment of Consultant      (V)  (C)  
  The cost of these services is not to exceed $10,000 for the school year.
         
f. Ratification and Approval of Intern Program Agreement between MERIT Academy and University of San Diego      (V)  (C)  
  There is no fiscal impact to the General Fund.
         
g. Ratification and Approval of Internship Program Agreement with National University      (V)  (C)  
  There is no fiscal impact to the General Fund.
         
h. Approval of Variable Term Waivers for School Year 2014-15      (V)  (C)  
  There is no fiscal impact to the General Fund.
Unfold XVIII.  ITEMS PULLED FROM CONSOLIDATED MOTION AND VOTED ON SEPARATELY:   
         
a. Items Pulled:      (V)  
Unfold XIX.  COMMUNICATION FROM BOARD MEMBERS   
         
a. Board Member Reports      (D)  
Unfold XX.  COMMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC ON TOPICS NOT ON THE AGENDA   
         
a. The Board reserves the right to reconvene to closed session at the end of the open session if closed session matters have not been completed prior to the convening of the open session meeting.     
XXI.  RECONVENE TO CLOSED SESSION (If Necessary)   
Unfold XXII.  ADJOURNMENT   
         
a. Date of Next Board Meeting(s):     
 

Regular Governing Board Meeting:  Thursday, October 9, 2014 at 4:00 p.m.

         
b. Ralf Swenson, Superintendent and Secretary to the Governing Board     
  Published/Posted on: Friday, September 5, 2014; Re-Posted on Friday, September 5, 2014

More
Please Note:  Board Agendas, Back-up documentation, and Attachments are Available at the Grossmont Union High School District Office (1100 Murray Drive, El Cajon, CA) in the Lobby or Upon Request or viewed at grossmont.csbaagendaonline.net.

 




Other Info

 Official Attendees


Indicates item has been updated within 0 days of the meeting date.