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Board of Education - La Mesa Spring Valley School
La Mesa-Spring Valley School District
Board of Education
August 6, 2013
Our Purpose
To Inspire Learning and Respect
Our Vision
La Mesa-Spring Valley School District is a
community of life-long learners who engage in
continuous improvement and contribute positively to
a global society, within a safe learning environment
4750 Date Avenue
La Mesa, California 91941-5293
Phone: (619) 668-5700
FAX: (619) 668-4619
AGENDA
BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING
LA MESA-SPRING VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT
REGULAR SESSION: Tuesday, August 6, 2013 - 7:00 P.M.
PLACE: Education Service Center, 4750 Date Avenue, La Mesa, CA
OPENING PROCEDURE
1.
2.
3.
Call to Order
Pledge of Allegiance
Establishment of Quorum
MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MEETING(S)
Action
COMMUNICATIONS
APPROVAL OF AGENDA
Action
HEARING
1.
Public Hearing – General Matters Regarding Education
NEW BUSINESS
LEARNING SUPPORT
1.
Acceptance of Gift – District
Action
REPORTS OF OFFICERS OF THE BOARD
1.
45-Day Budget Revision
Information
2.
Superintendent’s Symposium Message
Information
NEW BUSINESS (cont.)
SUPERINTENDENT
1.
Authorization to Enter into an Agreement with Dannis Woliver
Kelley for Professional Services
Action
BUSINESS SERVICES
1.
Consent Calendar*
a.
Ratification of Purchase Orders, Warrants, and Revolving
Cash Fund Reimbursements
b.
Ratification of Travel
c.
Acceptance of SB 564 Financial Disclosure
Action
2.
Resolution 13-14-05, Authorizing Contracting Pursuant to
Cooperative Bid and Award Documents from the Grossmont
Union High School District for Pizza & Breadsticks
Roll Call
Vote
3.
Resolution 13-14-06, Authorizing Contracting Pursuant to
Cooperative Bid and Award Documents from the Grossmont
Union High School District for Produce
Roll Call
Vote
4.
Rejection of Claim – Student at Casa de Oro Elementary School
Action
5.
Authorization to Enter Into an Agreement with Demsey, Filliger
& Associates to Provide Actuarial Valuation Services
Action
LEARNING SUPPORT (cont.)
2.
Authorization to Enter into a Contract with San Diego County
Office of Education for English Language Arts Common Core
Grade Level Academies
Action
3.
Authorization to Enter into a Contract with San Diego County
Office of Education for Mathematics Common Core
Professional Development for Elementary Teachers
Action
4.
Acceptance of Gift – District Maintenance Department
Action
5.
Authorization to Enter into an Agreement with Grossmont Union
High School District, Grossmont Adult School, to Conduct Adult
Education Services
Action
HUMAN RESOURCES RECOMMENDATIONS
1.
Standard Human Resources Recommendations
Action
2.
Authorization to Implement Adjustment to Substitute Teacher
Rate of Pay
Action
ANNOUNCEMENTS, REPORTS, COMMUNICATIONS FROM THE BOARD
RECESS
CLOSED SESSION (Government Code 54957)
1.
Negotiations Update – LMSV Teachers Association (GC 54957)
2.
Negotiations Update – California School Employees Association (CSEA),
Chapter 419 (GC 54957)
3.
Negotiations Update – Administrators Association and Other
Unrepresented Bargaining Groups (GC 54957)
ADJOURNMENT
* Items may be removed from the Consent Calendar for separate action.
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you need special assistance, disability-related modifications
or accommodations, including auxiliary aids or services, in order to participate in the public meetings of the District’s
Governing Board, please contact the office of the District Superintendent at 619-668-5700. Notification 72 hours prior
to the meeting will enable the District to make reasonable arrangements to ensure accommodation and accessibility to
this meeting. Upon request, the District shall also make available this agenda and all other public records associated
with this meeting in appropriate alternative formats for persons with a disability.
In compliance with Government Code Section 54957.5, non-exempt writings that are distributed to a majority or all of
the Board of Education in advance of their meetings may be viewed at the Education Service Center located at 4750
Date Avenue, La Mesa, California 91941. In addition, if you would like a copy of any record related to an item on the
agenda, please contact Barbara Martinez, Board Recording Secretary, at 619-668-5700, Ext. 6383 or e-mail:
[email protected]
Board of Education agendas and minutes are, by law, public documents. Please note the La Mesa-Spring Valley School
District posts Board agendas and minutes on the Internet.
La Mesa-Spring Valley School District
GOVERNING BOARD AGENDA
August 6, 2013
PREPARED BY:
Brian Marshall
Superintendent
ITEM NUMBER:
H-1 Public Hearing
General Matters Regarding Education
A hearing session will be announced for anyone who wishes to address the Board on any topic relating to
public education.
Each speaker who wishes to address the Board must complete a Request to be Heard card (located on the
table near the entrance) and submit it to the President of the Board of Education or the Recorder prior to
the opening of the meeting. Speakers shall be allotted no more than three (3) minutes each for their
remarks. A yellow card will be shown when the speaker has one minute remaining and a red card when
time is up.
Please note that Government Code 54952.2 prohibits the Board from taking action or discussing anything
that is not on this agenda. Therefore, the Board will not be able to comment on any topic that is not on
this evening’s agenda.
La Mesa-Spring Valley School District
GOVERNING BOARD AGENDA
August 6, 2013
PREPARED BY:
Karen Walker, Ed.D.
Assistant Superintendent, Learning Support
ITEM NUMBER:
LS-1 New Business
Action Item
Acceptance of Gift – District
Sharp-Grossmont Hospital would like to donate $2,200.00 to the District in order to provide 5 periodical
subscriptions to each of the District’s 21 schools.
Representatives from Sharp-Grossmont Hospital will be at the Board meeting to present this gift.
ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION
It is recommended the Board accept this gift with thanks.
La Mesa-Spring Valley School District
GOVERNING BOARD AGENDA
August 6, 2013
PREPARED BY:
Lori Wigg
Assistant Superintendent, Business Services
ITEM NUMBER:
R-1 Reports of Officers of the Board
45-Day Budget Revision
Pursuant to Education Code Section 42127(i)(4), not later than 45 days after the Governor signs the
annual Budget Act, a school district is required to make available for public review any revisions in
revenues and expenditures made to the district’s budget to reflect the funding made available by that
Budget Act. The Budget Act was signed by the Governor on June 27, 2013; therefore, the budget
revisions must be made available to the public by August 12, 2013.
The final budget approved by the Governor and the State Legislature included the implementation of the
Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) beginning in 2013-14. The LCFF eliminates revenue limits and
most categorical programs and replaces them with an entirely new funding formula. Funding for school
districts under the new formula is based on four base grants tied to specific grade spans, supplemented by
additional funds for English language learners and economically disadvantaged youth.
The District’s budget was revised to reflect the changes in funding as a result of the State Budget Act.
Additional information on LCFF and the corresponding budget revisions will be presented by Lori Wigg,
Assistant Superintendent, Business Services, who will respond to clarifying questions.
La Mesa-Spring Valley School District
GOVERNING BOARD AGENDA
August 6, 2013
PREPARED BY:
Brian Marshall
Superintendent
ITEM NUMBER:
R-2 Reports of Officers of the Board
Superintendent’s Symposium Message
At the beginning of each school year, the District hosts a Managment Symposium to plan and prepare for
the coming school year. The Superintendent takes that opportunity to address all the managers to convey
a theme for the coming year. As the state economy continues to improve, the Superintendent’s message
this year was one of future and vision.
Brian Marshall, Superintendent, will present to the Board his Symposium message and respond to
clarifying questions.
La Mesa-Spring Valley School District
GOVERNING BOARD AGENDA
August 6, 2013
PREPARED BY:
Brian Marshall
Superintendent
ITEM NUMBER:
S-1 New Business
Authorization to Enter into an Agreement with Dannis Woliver Kelley for
Professional Services
The law firm of Dannis Woliver Kelley is currently representing the District in ongoing legal matters. In
order to provide consistency in these cases, it is necessary to enter into the attached Agreement for
Professional Services for the 2013-14 school year.
ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION
It is recommended authorization be given to enter into the attached Agreement with Dannis Woliver
Kelley for Professional Services for the 2013-14 school year.
La Mesa-Spring Valley School District
GOVERNING BOARD AGENDA
August 6, 2013
PREPARED BY:
Lori Wigg
Assistant Superintendent, Business Services
ITEM NUMBER:
B-1a New Business (Consent Calendar)
Action Item
Ratification of Purchase Orders, Warrants and Revolving Cash Fund
Reimbursements
Purchase orders, warrants and revolving cash fund reimbursements issued since the last Board meeting
will be available at the meeting for review by the Board.
The following are submitted for ratification:
I.
Purchase Orders: 448 purchase orders have been processed, numbered H50000 through H50447,
totaling $5,343,933.01.
II.
Warrants: 479 warrants have been issued, dated June 20, 2013 through July 24, 2013, totaling
$1,638,285.39.
III.
Revolving Cash Fund Reimbursements: Five (5) checks have been processed, totaling $6,329.19.
ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION
It is recommended the Board ratify these purchase orders, warrants and revolving cash fund
reimbursements.
LA MESA-SPRING VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT
REVOLVING CASH FUND REIMBURSEMENTS
In accordance with Education Code Sections 42800-42806, approval is requested for expenditures
from the Revolving Cash Fund as listed:
Check Number
RC1703
RC1704
RC1705
RC1706
RC1707
Date Issued
06/28/13
06/28/13
06/28/13
07/01/13
07/02/13
Payee
Blanca C. Oliva
Claudia Serrano
Perfomio Solutions
Blanca C. Oliva
Mary L. McGinley
Purpose
Payroll
Payroll
Ref. G43983
Payroll
Payroll
REVOLVING CASH FUND REIMBURSEMENTS
A TOTAL OF (5) CHECKS PROCESSED TOTALING $6,329.19
Amount
476.85
1094.96
3110.00
161.72
1485.66
La Mesa-Spring Valley School District
GOVERNING BOARD AGENDA
August 6, 2013
PREPARED BY:
Lori Wigg
Assistant Superintendent, Business Services
ITEM NUMBER:
B-1b New Business (Consent Calendar)
Ratification of Travel
ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION
It is recommended the Board ratify the travel of the person listed as attached.
Action Item
LA MESA-SPRING VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT
TRAVEL/CONFERENCE ATTENDANCE REQUESTS
NAME
TRAVEL/CONFERENCE
CITY/STATE
DATES
REGISTRATION
FEE
Barbara Medigovich
Non-Employee
SPARK
Sports Play and Active
Recreation for Kids
San Diego, CA
7/22/13 – 7/23/13
$399.99
La Mesa-Spring Valley School District
GOVERNING BOARD AGENDA
August 6, 2013
PREPARED BY:
Lori Wigg
Assistant Superintendent, Business Services
ITEM NUMBER:
B-1c New Business (Consent Calendar)
Action Item
Acceptance of SB 564 Financial Disclosure
Orange County’s 1995 bankruptcy prompted new local agency financial reporting requirements under
Senate Bill 564 (Chapter 783, Statutes of 1995). SB 564 added Government Code Section 53646, which
requires school and community college districts to disclose the following types of investments:
a) Investments in the Local Agency Investment Fund
b) Investments in the San Diego Treasury Investment Pool
c) Federal Depository Insurance Commission accounts in banks and savings and loans
Government Code Section 53646(b) requires the chief fiscal officer of each local agency to render a
report regarding public disclosures to the Governing Board and chief administrative officer, and to
transmit that report with attachments to the Governing Board at a public meeting.
In accordance with the requirements of SB 564, the attached Investment Disclosure Report and exhibits
are provided to the Board and Superintendent:
•
•
•
Investment Disclosure Report – June 30, 2013
Exhibit A – Fund Summary, San Diego County Treasury Investment Pool
Exhibit B – Operating Accounts – Mission Federal Credit Union
ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION
It is recommended the Board accept the SB 564 Financial Disclosure.
La Mesa-Spring Valley School District
GOVERNING BOARD AGENDA
August 6, 2013
PREPARED BY:
Lori Wigg
Assistant Superintendent, Business Services
ITEM NUMBER:
B-2 New Business
Action Item
Resolution 13-14-05, Authorizing Contracting Pursuant to Cooperative
Bid and Award Documents from the Grossmont Union High School
District for Pizza and Breadsticks
ROLL CALL VOTE
Pursuant to Sections 20118 and 20652 of the Public Contract Code, public agencies may purchase from a
contract of another public agency under the same price, terms, and conditions as the bidding agency.
The District intends to purchase Little Caesar’s pizza and breadstick food items from the Grossmont
Union High School District contract. Based upon the recommendation of the County Counsel, a
resolution must be adopted to authorize this action.
ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION
It is recommended that the Board adopt the attached Resolution 13-14-05.
LA MESA-SPRING VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT
RESOLUTION 13-14-05
AUTHORIZING CONTRACTING PURSUANT TO COOPERATIVE BID
AND AWARD DOCUMENTS FROM THE
GROSSMONT UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT
PIZZA AND BREADSTICKS BID # GU-14.01.PZZA
On motion of Member____________, seconded by Member ___________, the following resolution is
adopted:
WHEREAS, the Grossmont Union High School District has conducted a formal bid process
naming other school districts and community colleges as being able to purchase or contract under that bid
at the same price and upon the same terms and conditions as the pizza bid pursuant to Sections 20118 and
20652 of the Public Contract Code of California; and,
WHEREAS, this Board has determined it to be in the best interests of the District to purchase or
contract for the items stated below from the bid awarded by Grossmont Union High School District; and
MAM Restaurant Group DBA Little Caesar’s Pizza.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, ORDERED, AND DECLARED the contract for
the purchase of pizza and breadsticks from MAM Restaurant Group DBA Little Caesar’s Pizza, is hereby
authorized and approved and is subject to all terms, conditions, and documents as specified in the Pizza
Bid # GU-14.01.PZZA and award documents.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, ORDERED, AND DECLARED Lori Wigg, Assistant
Superintendent, Business Services, is hereby authorized to execute the necessary contract documents with
MAM Restaurant Group DBA Little Caesar’s Pizza, naming the District as contracting party.
PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Board of Education of the La Mesa-Spring Valley School
District of San Diego County, California, this 6th day of August 2013, by the following vote:
AYES:
NOES:
ABSENT:
STATE OF CALIFORNIA
)
) SS
COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO )
I, Brian Marshall, Secretary to the Board of Education of the La Mesa-Spring Valley School District of
San Diego County, California, do hereby certify the foregoing is a full, true, and correct copy of a
resolution adopted by said Board at a regular meeting held on the 6th day of August 2013.
Brian Marshall, Secretary to the Governing Board
La Mesa-Spring Valley School District
GOVERNING BOARD AGENDA
August 6, 2013
PREPARED BY:
Lori Wigg
Assistant Superintendent, Business Services
ITEM NUMBER:
B-3 New Business
Action Item
Resolution 13-14-06, Authorizing Contracting Pursuant to Cooperative
Bid and Award Documents from the Grossmont Union High School
District for Produce
ROLL CALL VOTE
Pursuant to Sections 20118 and 20652 of the Public Contract Code, public agencies may purchase from a
contract of another public agency under the same price, terms, and conditions as the bidding agency.
The District intends to purchase fresh produce items from the Grossmont Union High School District
contract. Based upon the recommendation of the County Counsel, a resolution must be adopted to
authorize this action.
ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION
It is recommended that the Board adopt the attached Resolution 13-14-06.
LA MESA-SPRING VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT
RESOLUTION 13-14-06
AUTHORIZING CONTRACTING PURSUANT TO COOPERATIVE BID
AND AWARD DOCUMENTS FROM THE
GROSSMONT UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT PRODUCE BID #GU-14.01.PROD
On motion of Member____________, seconded by Member ___________, the following resolution is
adopted:
WHEREAS, the Grossmont Union High School District has conducted a formal bid process
naming other school districts and community colleges as being able to purchase or contract under that bid
at the same price and upon the same terms and conditions as the produce bid pursuant to Sections 20118
and 20652 of the Public Contract Code of California; and,
WHEREAS, this Board has determined it to be in the best interests of the District to purchase or
contract for the items stated below from the bid awarded by the Grossmont Union High School District;
and Diamond Jack Enterprises, Inc.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, ORDERED, AND DECLARED the contract for
the purchase of produce from Diamond Jack Enterprises, Inc., is hereby authorized and approved and is
subject to all terms, conditions, and documents as specified in the Produce Bid # GU-14.01.PROD and
award documents.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, ORDERED, AND DECLARED Lori Wigg, Assistant
Superintendent, Business Services, is hereby authorized to execute the necessary contract documents with
Diamond Jack Enterprises, Inc., naming the District as contracting party.
PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Board of Education of the La Mesa-Spring Valley School
District of San Diego County, California, this 6th day of August 2013, by the following vote:
AYES:
NOES:
ABSENT:
STATE OF CALIFORNIA
)
) SS
COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO )
I, Brian Marshall, Secretary to the Board of Education of the La Mesa-Spring Valley School District of
San Diego County, California, do hereby certify the foregoing is a full, true, and correct copy of a
resolution adopted by said Board at a regular meeting held on the 6th day of August 2013.
Brian Marshall, Secretary to the Governing Board
La Mesa-Spring Valley School District
GOVERNING BOARD AGENDA
August 6, 2013
PREPARED BY:
Lori Wigg
Assistant Superintendent, Business Services
ITEM NUMBER:
B-4 New Business
Action Item
Rejection of Claim – Student at Casa de Oro Elementary School
The District received a claim from an attorney representing a parent of a student at Casa de Oro
Elementary School stating that his child was injured by another student.
ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION
It is recommended the claim be rejected and referred to the District’s insurance carrier for disposition.
La Mesa-Spring Valley School District
GOVERNING BOARD AGENDA
August 6, 2013
PREPARED BY:
Lori Wigg
Assistant Superintendent, Business Services
ITEM NUMBER:
B-5 New Business
Action Item
Authorization to Enter into an Agreement with Demsey, Filliger &
Associates to Provide Actuarial Valuation Services
GASB 45 establishes standards for governmental employers to measure and report their costs and
obligations related to post-employment benefits other than pensions (OPEB) such as retiree health
benefits.
GASB 45 requires a significant number of actuarial calculations on which accounting entries and
disclosures are based. The District is required to obtain a valuation of OPEB obligations every two years
in order to comply with GASB 45 regulations.
Demsey, Filliger & Associates is an actuarial firm with extensive experience providing actuarial services
to school districts, cities, counties, and other governmental agencies throughout California. The firm
provides services on a fee-for-service basis. Attached is a copy of the proposal. The total fee for the
contracted services is $4,500.
ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION
It is recommended authorization be granted to enter into an agreement with Demsey, Filliger &
Associates to provide actuarial valuation services.
La Mesa-Spring Valley School District
GOVERNING BOARD AGENDA
August 6, 2013
PREPARED BY:
Karen Walker, Ed.D.
Assistant Superintendent, Learning Support
ITEM NUMBER:
LS-2 New Business
Action Item
Authorization to Enter into a Contract with San Diego County Office of
Education for English Language Arts Common Core Grade Level
Academies
Elementary teachers and middle school English language arts teachers will begin implementation of the
Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in English language arts during the 2013-2014 school year. The
District is requesting approval to enter into a contract with the San Diego County Office of Education
(SDCOE) to provide five-day English Language Arts Common Core Grade Level Academies to all
elementary teachers and all middle school English language arts teachers. This is an in-depth training of
the CCSS in English language arts and provides time for teachers to plan for teaching the CCSS with the
current textbook adoption. Academies will be held at SDCOE facilities or District facilities throughout
the 2013-2014 school year. The agreement is not to exceed $11,375.00.
ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION
It is recommended authorization be granted to enter into the attached contract with SDCOE for English
Language Arts Common Core Grade Level Academies.
La Mesa-Spring Valley School District
GOVERNING BOARD AGENDA
August 6, 2013
PREPARED BY:
Karen Walker, Ed.D.
Assistant Superintendent, Learning Support
ITEM NUMBER:
LS-3 New Business
Action Item
Authorization to Enter into a Contract with San Diego County Office of
Education for Mathematics Common Core Professional Development for
Elementary Teachers
Elementary teachers will become familiar with the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in mathematics
during the 2013-2014 school year with full implementation the following year. The District is requesting
approval to enter into a contract with the San Diego County Office of Education (SDCOE) to provide a
two-day Mathematics Common Core Teacher Invitational. This training will provide an overview of the
CCSS in mathematics. The agreement is not to exceed $8,750.00.
ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION
It is recommended authorization be granted to enter into the attached contract with SDCOE for
Mathematics Common Core Professional Development for Elementary Teachers
La Mesa-Spring Valley School District
GOVERNING BOARD AGENDA
August 6, 2013
PREPARED BY:
Karen Walker, Ed.D.
Assistant Superintendent, Learning Support
ITEM NUMBER:
LS-4 New Business
Action Item
Acceptance of Gift – District Maintenance Department
Chris Benker, Director, Maintenance, Operations & Facilities, would like to donate a Whacker jumping
jack trench compactor, valued at $1,400.00 to the District to be used for compacting trenches for
irrigation, water line, sewer and electrical lines when back-filling to prevent soils from settling.
ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION
It is recommended the Board accept this gift with thanks.
La Mesa-Spring Valley School District
GOVERNING BOARD AGENDA
August 6, 2013
PREPARED BY:
Karen Walker, Ed.D.
Assistant Superintendent, Learning Support
ITEM NUMBER:
LS-5 New Business
Action Item
Authorization to Enter into an Agreement with Grossmont Union High
School District, Grossmont Adult School, to Conduct Adult Education
Classes
Proposition 227, approved by California voters in June 1998, provides for the distribution of funds to
districts wishing to develop Community-Based English Tutoring (CBET) Programs to provide free or
subsidized adult English language instruction to parents or other community members.
The attached Agreement with Grossmont Adult School supports the District’s delivery of English
instruction to parents and community members interested in learning English and willing to provide
tutoring to students within the District. It is anticipated the program will be held at Avondale, La Mesa
Dale, and La Presa Elementary Schools; and Spring Valley Elementary School Community Center for the
2013-14 school year.
ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION
It is recommended authorization be granted to enter into an Agreement with Grossmont Union High
School District, Grossmont Adult School, to conduct Adult Education classes.
GROSSMONT ADULT SCHOOL AGREEMENT
FOR CONDUCTING ADULT EDUCATION CLASSES
ON OFFSITE LOCATIONS
PARTIES
This agreement between the Grossmont High School (DISTRICT) and La Mesa-Spring Valley
School District—Avondale, La Mesa Dale, La Presa, and Spring Valley Elementary (FACILITY)
is made to facilitate the scheduling and conducting of Adult Education classes by the DISTRICT
on the premises of the FACILITY.
TERM
Period of agreement from September 3, 2013 to June 30, 2014 (excluding school holidays)
or until terminated by either FACILITY or DISTRICT. This is a mutual benefit agreement and
there will be no exchange of funds.
SCOPE OF WORK
All programs and services provided by the DISTRICT are intended to augment and not replace
any current or expanding programs being offered by the FACILITY. The DISTRICT will schedule
and conduct such Adult Education classes on the premises of the FACILITY as mutually agreed
by the DISTRICT and the FACILITY.
The DISTRICT shall:
• Assign credentialed Adult Education teachers to conduct scheduled Adult Education
classes. Note: Instructors are not permitted to assume duties/responsibilities of facility
staff.
• Develop a course of study outline, and submit for approval to the State of California and
then retain a copy in the file.
• Provide professional and curriculum assistance in the planning and implementation of
Adult Education programs at the FACILITY to supplement programs being conducted by
the FACILITY.
• Be responsible for all record keeping and reporting in connection with Adult Education
classes in the FACILITY.
The FACILITY shall:
• Designate a responsible member of its staff to serve as liaison between the FACILITY
and the DISTRICT personnel.
• Provide suitable classroom space, (acoustics, lighting, and heating/cooling).
• Provide custodial services for clean up of the classroom(s) prior to and after scheduled
class meetings.
INSURANCE
Each party shall procure and maintain broad form commercial general liability insurance with
minimum limits of at least one million dollars ($1,000,000) per occurrence and at least two
million dollars ($2,000,000) annual aggregate. Each party shall furnish the other, upon request,
with a certificate of insurance naming the other as additional insured.
HOLD HARMLESS AND INDEMNIFICATION
Except with respect to any negligence, omissions or violation of law of Landlord, or Landlord’s
employees, agents or representatives, Tenant shall indemnify, defend and hold Landlord
harmless from any and all claims arising from Tenant’s use of the Premises, building, common
and parking areas or from the conduct of its permitted use or from any activity, work or thing
which may be permitted or suffered by Tenant in or about the Premises, building, common and
parking areas and shall further indemnify, defend and hold Landlord harmless from and against
any and all claims arising from any breach or default in the performance of any obligation on
Tenant’s part to be performed under this Lease or arising from any negligence of Tenant or any
of its agents, contractors, employees or invitees and from any and all costs, attorneys’ fees,
expenses and liabilities incurred in the defense of any claim or any action or proceeding brought
thereon, including the negotiations in connection therewith. Except with respect to any
negligence, omission, or violation of law of Landlord, or Landlord’s employees, agents or
representatives, Tenant hereby assumes all risk of damage to property or injury to person(s) in
or about the Premises, building, common and parking area from any cause, and Tenant hereby
waives all claims in respect thereof against Landlord. The liability of Tenant to indemnify
Landlord will not extend to any matter against which Landlord is protected by insurance;
however, if any liability exceeds the amount of the collective insurance, the liability of Tenant will
apply to the excess.
Except with respect to any negligence, omission or violation of law of Tenant or Tenant’s
employees, agents or representatives, Landlord shall protect and defend, indemnify and hold
harmless Tenant from and against any and all claims arising from any activity, work, or thing
done, permitted or suffered by Landlord in or about the Premises, made by any employees,
licensee, invitee, contractor, agent or other person whose presence in, on, or about the
Premises, building, common and parking areas or the building is attendant to the business of
the Landlord, and shall further protect, defend, indemnify and hold harmless Tenant from and
against any and all claims arising from any breach or default in the performance of any
obligation on Landlord’s part to be performed under the terms of the Lease, or arising from any
negligence of Landlord or employee, licensee, invitee, contractor, agent, or other person whose
presence in, on, or about the Premises, building, common and parking areas or the building is
attendant to the business of the Landlord, and from and against all costs, attorneys’ fees,
expenses and liabilities incurred in or about any such claim or any action or proceeding brought
thereon. In case any action or proceeding is brought against Tenant by reason of any such
claim, Landlord upon notice from Tenant shall defend Tenant at Landlord’s expense by counsel
chosen by Tenant and reasonably acceptable to Landlord’s insurance company. Except with
respect to any negligence, omission, or violation of law of Tenant, or Tenant’s employees,
agents or representatives, Landlord hereby assumes all risk of damage to property or injury to
person(s) in or about the Premises, building, common and parking area from any cause, and
Landlord hereby waives all claims in respect thereof against Tenant.
NON-DISCRIMINATION
In keeping with state and federal law, both parties (FACILITY and DISTRICT) prohibit unlawful
discrimination in the provision of all programs and services offered at any and all sites,
properties and sponsored activities. This includes, but is not limited to, discrimination based on
race, color, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, age, national origin, religion, physical
handicap, disability, medical condition or ancestry, or any other consideration made unlawful by
federal, state, or local laws. All such discrimination is unlawful, and both parties are committed
to complying with all applicable laws.
CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION
The DISTRICT agrees that any information received by the DISTRICT during the agreement
period, which concerns the personal, financial, or other affairs of the FACILITY, will be treated
by the DISTRICT in full confidence and will not be revealed to other persons, organizations, or
agencies.
CANCELLATION
This agreement may be canceled or otherwise adjusted by either party. The DISTRICT may
unilaterally cancel particular classes when they do not meet the requirements of the DISTRICT
in regard to class size, attendance, or at any time the DISTRICT determines that it is in the best
interest to do so. The DISTRICT assumes no responsibility or liability for acts of negligence or
omissions of the FACILITY.
COMPLIANCE WITH AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT (ADA) REQUIREMENTS
FACILITY hereby represents and warrants that to the best of their knowledge, based on
appropriate ADA survey, the premises are presently in compliance with all ADA provisions
regarding public access. Further, if the premises require any changes, additions, retrofitting, and
modifications, to bring the premises to ADA compliance, FACILITY will assume the financial
responsibility for these changes.
If DISTRICT is made a party defendant to any litigation concerning the FACILITY, including but
not limited to ADA compliance, then the FACILITY shall indemnify DISTRICT against all liability
by reason of such litigation including reasonable attorney’s fees and expenses incurred by
DISTRICT in any such litigation whether or not any such litigation is prosecuted to judgment.
AUTHORIZED SIGNATURES
Under this agreement Adult Education instructional staff will be provided by:
__Grossmont Adult School__
_______________________
(Principal)
____(619) 588-3512__
(Phone)
FACILITY:
DISTRICT:
La Mesa Spring Valley School District
4353 Conrad Drive
La Mesa, CA 91941
GROSSMONT UNION H. S. DISTRICT
SAN DIEGO COUNTY, CALIFORNIA
Approved by the Governing Board on
By: ______________________________
Title:_____________________________
Date:_________
Phone: ____________
the 10th day of ____April
By:
Theresa Kemper
Assistant. Superintendent
Educational Services
, 2013.
La Mesa-Spring Valley School District
GOVERNING BOARD AGENDA
August 6, 2013
PREPARED BY:
Tina Sardina
Assistant Superintendent, Human Resources
ITEM NUMBER:
HR-1 Human Resources Recommendations
Action Item
Standard Recommendations
The Human Resources recommendations which are attached for consideration at the August 6, 2013,
Board of Education meeting are standard.
ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION
It is recommended the Board approve/ratify the attached standard Human Resources recommendations as
presented.
1.
Standard Human Resources Recommendations – August 6, 2013
CERTIFICATED:
Approval of Contract:
Barnette, Kaitlin R.
Eddery, Melissa A.
Hamilton, Leas M.
Morel, Kylie H.
Rogers, Christina M.
Effective:
Resource Specialist (probationary)
Learning Handicapped Teacher (temporary)
SED Teacher (temporary)
Teacher – 50% (temporary)
Resource Specialist (probationary)
IV-2
VI-7
IV-7
V-1
I-2
08/08/13
08/08/13
08/08/13
08/08/13
08/08/13
Approval of Leave of Absence:
Castillo, Krystal N.
Minuto, Bernadette R.
Whitaker, Nichi R.
Learning Handicapped Teacher (employment elsewhere)
Teacher (child rearing)
Teacher (child rearing)
06/17/13 – 06/13/14
06/17/13 – 06/13/14
06/17/13 – 06/13/14
Approval of Change of Assignment:
Babbitt, Tammie S.
Bradford, Tierney N.
Efird, Jacquelyn
Ek, Marianne T.
Gideon, Monica D.
Icenhower, Ryan W.
Loch, Merlin E.
Luna, Raquel D.
Machado, Linda
Newman, Rachel M.
Schulman, Andrew D.
Sipowicz, David J.
Suffield, Jennifer N.
From:
To:
From:
To:
From:
To:
From:
To:
From:
To:
From:
To:
From:
To:
From:
To:
From:
To:
From:
To:
From:
To:
From:
To:
From:
To:
Teacher
Intervention Support Teacher
Program Specialist
Psychologist
SED Teacher
Teacher on Special Assignment
Teacher
Reading Specialist
Autistic
Learning Handicapped Teacher
Resource Specialist
Dean of Students
Learning Handicapped Teacher
Resource Specialist
EL Resource Teacher/Coach
Teacher
Teacher
English Learner Services Resource Teacher
Home Tutor – 50%
Home Tutor – 50% and Teacher – 50%
Teacher on Special Assignment
Teacher
Severely Handicapped Teacher
Autistic
Teacher
Technology/Assessment Resource Teacher
08/06/13
From:
From:
From:
From:
70%
50%
80%
50%
08/08/13
08/08/13
08/08/13
08/08/13
07/01/13
08/08/13
08/08/13
08/08/13
08/08/13
08/08/13
08/08/13
08/08/13
08/08/13
08/08/13
08/08/13
08/08/13
Approval of Contract Revision:
Barlett, Valerie C.
Batchman, Elizabeth J.
Bertrand, Lindsey
Bristol, Sandra S.
To:
To:
To:
To:
100%
100%
50%
100%
Connin, Debbie L.
Flores, Camden N.
Gabriola, Leslie E.
Hafner, Mahrya S.
Johnson, Melinda K.
Massie, Tamara J.
Mendez, Sandra K.
Newman, Rachel
Purbaugh, Pamela S.
Rittershofer, Jennifer L.
Tu, Anna D.
From:
From:
From:
From:
From:
From:
From:
From:
From:
From:
From:
80%
100%
50%
80%
50%
60%
100%
50%
50%
60%
50%
To:
To:
To:
To:
To:
To:
To:
To:
To:
To:
To:
100%
50%
100%
100%
100%
50%
80%
100%
100%
50%
80%
08/08/13
08/08/13
08/08/13
08/08/13
08/08/13
08/08/13
08/08/13
08/08/13
08/08/13
08/08/13
08/08/13
Approval of Rehire from 39-Month Reemployment List:
Brock, June R.
Chalco, Veronica
Devos, Paul S.
Dowell, Joshua M.
Gonzales, Megan J.
Lewandoski, Lindsay M.
Lunde, Amber M.
Martin, Heather B.
Medina, Melissa
Mills, Kellie M.
Rice, Meaghan E.
Shellman, Nicole G.
Shuruk, Francesca D.
Symons, Amy M.
VanWulven, Karen G.
Webster, Samantha A.
Whitaker, Nichi R.
Teacher (temporary)
Teacher (temporary)
Teacher (temporary)
Teacher – 80% (temporary)
Teacher – 60% (temporary)
Teacher – 80%
Teacher (temporary)
Elementary Counselor – 80% (temporary)
Teacher (temporary)
Teacher (temporary)
Teacher (temporary)
Teacher (temporary)
Teacher (temporary)
Teacher (temporary)
Teacher
Teacher (temporary)
Teacher (temporary)
V-9
VI-7
IV-9
VI-12
V-9
III-8
VI-11
VI-17
VI-9
IV-9
V-10
VI-11
VI-8
V-7
V-9
VI-9
VI-9
08/08/13
08/08/13
08/08/13
08/08/13
08/08/13
08/08/13
08/08/13
08/08/13
08/08/13
08/08/13
08/08/13
08/08/13
08/08/13
08/08/13
08/08/13
08/08/13
08/08/13
Approval of Termination of 39-Month Reemployment Rights:
Mendoza, Brian
Teacher
07/31/13
Approval of Expiration of 24-Month Reemployment Rights:
Lynn, Greta
Seiter, Roland A.
Teacher
Teacher
07/01/13
07/01/13
CLASSIFIED:
Approval of Employment – Merit System:
Meier, Mary E.
Scheel, James A.
Sizemore, Linda S.
Paraprofessional – Special Education
Heavy Equipment Mechanic
Office Assistant II
21-C
71-C
34-C
08/07/13
07/05/13
07/01/13
21-B
07/11/13
Approval of Acceptance of Resignation – Merit System:
Ponchetti, Heather A.
Paraprofessional – Special Education
(employment elsewhere)
Reynolds, Jonathan T.
Custodian (dropped)
26-F+
07/02/13
Extended School Services Attendant (employment elsewhere)
Extended School Services Attendant (moving from area)
Extended School Services Attendant (end of temp assignment)
Playground Attendant (dismissed)
Extended School Services Attendant (employment elsewhere)
Extended School Services Attendant (employment elsewhere)
Extended School Services Attendant (employment elsewhere)
Extended School Services Attendant (employment elsewhere)
Extended School Services Attendant (further education)
Student Helper (dropped)
Extended School Services Attendant (further education)
Extended School Services Attendant (further education)
Playground Attendant (end of temp assignment)
Extended School Services Attendant (further education)
Extended School Services Attendant (moving from area)
Extended School Services Attendant (resigned)
Extended School Services Attendant (resigned)
Extended School Services Attendant (employment elsewhere)
06/14/13
06/14/13
06/07/13
06/14/13
05/10/13
07/19/13
05/31/13
06/21/13
06/21/13
04/30/13
05/31/13
07/12/13
06/14/13
06/14/13
06/14/13
05/10/13
06/24/13
06/14/13
Approval of Termination of Employment:
Aguirre, Bryan
Aguon, Averie A.
Alvarez, Roseann Z.
Barillas, Iris
Barron, Christian A.
Bruner, Christopher S.
Clark, Leah A.
Craig, Katlyn L.
Green, Ryan A.
Lopez, Cindy D.
Mansfield, Zachary J.
Mashburn, Taylor R.
Ruiz, Carlos W.
Short, Caleb I.
Smith, Samantha N.
Trent, Chardonnay M.
Valdez, Melissa C.
Williamson, Julio C.
Approval of Leave of Absence:
Shipstead, Janet Z.
Paraprofessional – Preschool (family responsibilities)
08/12/13 – 11/11/13
Approval of Change of Classification:
Ogden, Linda J.
From: Paraprofessional – Special Education
To:
Office Assistant I
21-B
17-C
07/23/13
Approval of Placement on 39-Month Reemployment List:
Ballance, Inge Y.
Bennett, Melody M.
Fitzgerald, Tamara S.
Jordan, Kimberly L.
Lucero, Maria E.
Luong, Blanca C.
Nicholson, Deanna L.
Rodriguez, Norma
Paraprofessional
Paraprofessional – Community Day
Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant
Child Nutrition Worker I
Paraprofessional
Child Nutrition Worker II
Licensed Vocational Nurse
Paraprofessional – Community Day
06/14/13
06/14/13
06/14/13
08/07/13
06/14/13
08/07/13
08/07/13
08/07/13
Approval of Rehire from 39-Month Reemployment List:
Ibarra, Cesar
Custodian
26-F
07/01/13
CONSULTANT, LECTURER/PRESENTER, SHORT-TERM EMPLOYMENT: (Attached)
Barney & Barney, LLC
Child ID Program
Daniels, Tina
DeKock, Lois
Consultant (Human Resources)
Lecturer/Presenter (Kempton)
Short-Term Employment (Murdock)
Short-Term Employment (District Office)
07/01/13 – 06/30/14
09/01/13 – 09/30/13
08/13/13 – 06/13/14
07/01/13 – 11/04/13
Hevener, Maureen
Hurst, Amy
Jennifer Finney-Ellison Educational
Consulting
Johnson, Josh
Judy Lemm Consulting
Kate Kinsella Educational
Consulting and Training
Lareau, Lisa
Network Interpreting Services
Neuschuler, Meta
Valdez, Elizabeth
Short-Term Employment (Murdock)
Short-Term Employment (Murdock)
Lecturer Presenter (Learning Support)
08/08/13 – 06/13/14
08/08/13 – 06/13/14
09/01/13 – 12/31/13
Short-Term Employment (Murdock)
Consultant (Human Resources)
Lecturer/Presenter (Learning Support)
08/08/13 – 06/13/14
07/01/13 – 06/30/14
09/18/13
Short-Term Employment (Murdock)
Consultant (Human Resources)
Short-Term Employment (Murdock)
Short-Term Employment (Murdock)
08/08/13 – 06/13/14
07/01/13 – 06/30/14
08/08/13 – 06/13/14
08/08/13 – 06/13/14
La Mesa-Spring Valley School District
GOVERNING BOARD AGENDA
August 6, 2013
PREPARED BY:
Tina Sardina
Assistant Superintendent, Human Resources
ITEM NUMBER:
HR-2 Human Resources Recommendations
Action Item
Authorization to Implement Adjustment to Substitute Teacher
Rate of Pay
At its meeting on July 2, 2013, the Board approved a change to the rate of pay for substitute teachers.
This Board item provides clarification of the increased rate and documents the additional pay for longterm positions that was misstated in the previous Board item.
The new daily substitute teacher rates will be as follows:
General Education
$115.00/day
$125.00/day beginning on the 12th day
Special Education
$125.00/day
$135.00/day beginning on the 12th day
ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION
It is recommended the Board authorize staff to implement the adjustment to substitute teacher rate of pay
as presented, effective July 1, 2013.
MINUTES
BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING
LA MESA-SPRING VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT
REGULAR MEETING: July 2, 2013
The meeting was called to order at 7:00 p.m. at the Education Service
Center by the President, Mr. Duff.
The President led the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag.
Board members present:
Baber, Duff, Lecko, Winet
Board members absent:
Turner (arrived at 7:20 p.m.)
Staff members present
on assignment:
Bender, Marshall, Martinez, Walker,
Wigg
It was moved by Lecko, seconded by Winet, and carried unanimously
to approve the minutes of the regular meeting of June 18, 2013, as
amended to include the following additional sentence under the
Hearing section: A vast majority of District principals and others
attended to commend Ms. Bender for her service to the District.
COMMUNICATIONS
CALL TO ORDER
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
ESTABLISHMENT OF
QUORUM
MINUTES
6/18/13 approved as amended
COMMUNICATIONS
Boys & Girls Clubs of America Report and Clubhouse Gift
Summary
Boys & Girls Clubs of America
Report and Gift Summary
Letter to Mayor & Members of the La Mesa City Council inviting
them to attend the July 2 Board meeting to hear the Boys & Girls
Club update
Letter of invitation to La Mesa
Mayor/Council to attend 7/2
Board meeting
Email from Yvonne Garrett, Assistant City Manager/Director
Community Services, City of La Mesa, notifying us that the
District office building is not in the proposed smaller PropertyBased Business Improvement District (PBID)
Y. Garrett, La Mesa Asst. City
Mgr./Dir., Community Serv.
PBID boundary
AGENDA
It was moved by Winet, seconded by Lecko, and carried unanimously
to approve the agenda as presented.
HEARING SESSION
AGENDA
Approved as presented
HEARING
The President announced a hearing for anyone who wished to address
the Board on any topic relating to public education.
General
Jay Steiger, on behalf of the Mt. Helix Council PTA and the District
Advisory Council, commended Claudia Bender for her involvement
in parent education and the education of children and for providing
insight and wisdom to parents in support of that education.
J. Steiger, Mt. Helix Council
PTA and DAC
Commendation – C. Bender
In addition, Mr. Steiger welcomed Tina Sardina as the new Assistant
Superintendent, Human Resources.
The President announced a hearing for anyone who wished to address
the Board regarding an agreement between California School
Employees Association (CSEA), Chapter 419, and the Board of
Education. There being no one wishing to address the Board, the
session was closed.
CSEA Agreement
NEW BUSINESS
NEW BUSINESS
HUMAN RESOURCES RECOMMENDATIONS
It was moved by Baber, seconded by Winet, and carried unanimously
to approve Agreement Between California School Employees
Association (CSEA), Chapter 419, and the Board of Education.
REPORTS OF OFFICERS OF THE BOARD
On May 1, 2012, the Board unanimously passed Resolution 11-12-21
in support of the establishment and construction of a Boys & Girls
Clubs of East County Clubhouse on the campus of La Mesa Middle
School. The Boys & Girls Clubs of East County Foundation
established a fund-raising committee which has raised approximately
$3 million toward a goal of $8.9 million needed to build and furnish
the club. A lead gift of $2 million has been received from the Brady
family and when pledges total $5 million, they will take the campaign
public. Jerry Fazio, Foundation Director, Boys & Girls Clubs of East
County, presented a status update to the Board, provided a Clubhouse
gift summary and an economic impact overview report, and
responded to clarifying questions.
At 7:20 p.m., Member Turner arrived to the session
NEW BUSINESS (cont.)
Agrmt. between CSEA and
Board of Education
Approved
REPORTS
Boys & Girls Club Update
Member Turner arrived
NEW BUSINESS (cont.)
It was moved by Baber, seconded by Lecko, and carried unanimously
to adopt Board Policy Updates as noted.
Board Policy Updates
Adopted
It was moved by Baber, seconded by Turner, and carried unanimously
to approve the following:
Consent Calendar
Approved
Purchase Orders G44007 through G44060 totaling
$103,085.88
Warrants June 7 through June 19, 2013, totaling
$1,089,392.64
Zero (0) checks have been processed since the last Board
meeting
Purchase Orders
Warrants
Revolving Cash Fund
Reimbursements from the
General Fund
It was moved by Baber, seconded by Lecko, and carried unanimously
to approve the District utilizing APlus Surplus for E-Waste disposal
under the provisions of the Education Code.
Disposal of surplus items
Approved
It was moved by Baber, seconded by Turner, and carried unanimously
to adopt Resolution 13-14-01, Authorizing Contracting Pursuant to
Cooperative Bid and Award Documents from the San Gabriel
Cooperative for Frozen, Dry, Refrigerated and USDA Commodity
Food Items.
Res. 01, Award docs from
San Gabriel Coop. for dry,
refrig. and USDA commodity
food
Adopted
It was moved by Baber, seconded by Turner, and carried unanimously
to adopt Resolutions 13-14-02 and 12-13-03, Designating Authorized
Agents and Signatures.
Res. 02 & 03, designating
auth. Agents and signatures
Adopted
It was moved by Turner, seconded by Winet, and carried
unanimously to accept the following gifts with thanks: $1832.00 from
Avondale Elementary School PTA to Avondale Elementary to be
used to pay transportation costs for study trips; and $1740.00 from
Highlands Elementary School PTA to Highlands Elementary to be
used to pay transportation costs for study trips; and $55.95 for paper
and copying costs.
Gifts – AVO and HIG
Accepted with thanks
It was moved by Baber, seconded by Winet, and carried unanimously
to accept the Uniform Complaint Quarterly Report with zero
complaints for the quarter ending June 30, 2013.
Uniform Complaint Qtly.Rpt.
Accepted
It was moved by Lecko, seconded by Winet, and carried unanimously
to authorize staff to enter into an Agreement with San Diego County
Office of Education for Principal and Teacher Professional
Development Coaching of Middle School Mathematics and
Transition to Common Core.
Agrmt. w/SDCOE for Prof.
Dev. Coaching of MS Math &
Common Core
Authorized
It was moved by Baber, seconded by Turner, and carried unanimously
to adopt Resolution 13-14-04, to Enter into Agreements with the
California Department of Education to Provide Services in
Accordance with the Child Care and Development Programs.
Res. 04, CDE Agrmts. for
Child Care & Dev. Pgms.
Adopted
HUMAN RESOURCES RECOMMENDATIONS (cont.)
HR RECOMMENDATIONS
It was moved by Baber, seconded by Winet, and carried unanimously
to approve standard Human Resources recommendations as amended
to include two additional Lecturer/Presenter and/or Short-Term
Employment forms.
Human Resources
Recommendations
Approved as amended
It was moved by Baber, seconded by Turner, and carried unanimously
to approve an adjustment to Substitute Teacher Rate of Pay, effective
July 1, 2013, in keeping with the District’s other bargaining units’
salary increase for the 2013-14 school year.
Adj. to Sub Tchr. Rate of Pay
Approved
It was moved by Baber, seconded by Lecko, and carried unanimously
to authorize staff to enter into a Memorandum of Understanding with
East County SELPA – Audiological Services (services of Jan Diggs).
MOU w/East County SELPA
Authorized
ANNOUNCEMENTS, REPORTS, COMMUNICATIONS
FROM THE BOARD
Mr. Baber announced the Superintendent will be working with the
bond underwriter regarding refinancing of the Proposition M general
obligation bonds and will be watching the market for the best
opportunity. He further stated that both bond rating agencies
(Standard & Poor’s and Moody’s) gave the District the same rating as
when the bonds were originally financed in 2005.
Mr. Lecko announced he toured the Operations Center with the
Superintendent; Assistant Superintendent, Business Services; and
Director, Maintenance, Operations & Facilities in order to better
understand how the Operations Center supports what is going on in
classrooms. Additionally, they visited Northmont, Fletcher Hills and
Murray Manor to observe the carpet installation at those schools.
Mr. Winet congratulated Claudia Bender on a fabulous career and
stated that she would be missed.
Ms. Bender responded that she has appreciated the Board’s support
and that it has been a pleasure to work with all Board members.
At 7:40 p.m. the President announced a recess.
CLOSED SESSION
At 7:44 p.m. the President called for a closed session to discuss
negotiations update – LMSV Teachers Association; negotiations
update – California School Employees Association (CSEA), Chapter
419; negotiations update – Administrators Association and other
Unrepresented Bargaining Groups; Conference with Legal Counsel –
Anticipated Litigation; Public Employee Discipline/Dismissal/
Release; and discussion regarding Public Employee Appointment
(Coordinator, Student Interventions). The Superintendent; Board; and
Assistant Superintendents Business, Human Resources and Learning
Support adjourned to the session, which was held in the Boardroom.
At 7:55 p.m. the President reconvened the meeting and announced the
Board, in closed session, took the following action:
CLOSED SESSION
ACTION
It was moved by Baber, seconded by Turner, and carried
unanimously to dismiss a classified employee (File 07-02-01).
Classified employee
Dismissed
It was moved by Turner, seconded by Baber, and carried
unanimously to appoint Ginger Radenheimer as Coordinator,
Student Interventions.
Coor., Student Interventions
Appointed
The meeting was adjourned at 7:56 p.m.
Brian Marshall, Secretary to the Board of Education
Approved and ordered into the proceedings of the District at the next
regular meeting of the Board of Education to be held August 6, 2013.
Rick Winet, Clerk of the Board of Education