SAN FRANCISCO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

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SAN FRANCISCO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
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SAN FRANCISCO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
San francisco, California
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Regular Meeting of May 11, 2010
RESOLUTION TO ISSUE FINAL CERTIFICATED LAYOFF NOTICES
WHEREAS, 'pursuant to Education Code sections 44949 and 44955, .on
February, 23, 2010, the Governing Board adopted a Resolution to decrease the
number of certificated employees due to reduction in particular kinds of services;
and
WHEREAS, the Superintendent or his designated representative was directed to
send a notice of recommendation not to re-employ to those affected certificated
employees; and
WHEREAS, the certificated employees listed on Exhibit A received such a notice
and were informed of their right to request a hearing; and
WHEREAS, a hearing was held on April 5-15, 2010, to determinewhether cause
.existed for the nOn re-employment of certain certificated employees; and
WHEREAS, a Proposed Decision, attached as exhibit B, dated May 6,2010 was
issued by the Administrative Law JUdge, David Benjamin, authorizing the
Governing Board to reduce Its certificated staff by a total of 502 full time
equivalents; and
WHEREAS, after the Board directed the layoff of 502 employees, the District
completed central and site budgets and made reductions in both; and
WHEREAS, after the Board directed the layoff of 502 employees the District
received more accurate Information about vacancies and staff attrition as well as
information about student enrollment numbers for next academic year; and
WHEREAS, the Board has duly conllidered the Proposed Decision and finds that
said Proposed Decision should be hereby adopted, except as modified below /n
light of the newly informafion and proposed cost saVing measures, as the
decision of this Board. in accordance with Education Code section 44949.
THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Proposed Decls/ol') is .hereby adopted.
as the decision of the Governing Board of the San Francisco UilifiElQ School
District, except to the extent that the number of positions to be elimi[1ated shall
be reduced from 502 to 348.72, in the PKS areas as indicated in Exhibit C.
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BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the employees listed on Exhibit C will not be
re-employed for the ensuing 2010-2011 school year;
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the District Superintendent is hereby
authorized to give notice on behalf of the Governing Board as required by
Education Code sections 44949 and 44955 to the affected employees;
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this DeCision is effective immediately.
Duly and regularly adopted May 11, 2010 by the following vote:
AYES:
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SAN FRANCISCO UNIFIED SCHOOL
DISTRICT
San Francisco County, California
I, Carlos A. Garcia
, Secretary to the Board of Education ofthe SAN
FRANCISCO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT, do hereby certify that the foregoing
Resolution was regularly introduced, passed and adopted by the Board of
Trustees at Its meeting held on May 11, 2010.
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EDUCATION OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN
FRANC'::O /T ITS REGULAR MEETING HELD
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Abdallah,Amy Catherine
Abdelhamid,Rahima
Abell,Jane JI Yun
AbemathY,Karena Michelle
Abulencla,Noreen A.Weddle
Adams,Dana H
Adams,Klmberly Christine
Adams,Sheila L
Adcock,Tanayah Marie
Adlsa,Karimah N.
Afflick,Stacy Ann
Agulao,Lindsav8.
Akram,Susan M
A1almo,Molly Jo E.
Alexander,Wendy Ann
AlOarln·Tanaeman,Hope
A1len,Rehema B.
A1tshuler,Dana S
Alvarado,Crystal
A1varez,Diana l
Amador,Omar
Amsler,Terrance R.
Andrade,Marla Cecilia
Andren,Shira U
Angell,Allson H.
IADplln,Angela Perez
Arabla,Hugo Boris
Aragon,Catherlne Mercedes
Aravamudhan,Harini
Archer,Bradley Cole
Archer,Bradley Cole
Archer,Marvlvnn Rulh
Archer,Megan
Arletta,Jennv R
Arinwlne,Anthony Glenn
Atklnson,Eml1y A
Attaway,Matthew Wade
Audap,8usan Margaret
Avlla,Peter Anthonv
Babcock,Arlanne Marie
Bablera,Djuna Ecanna
Ballantyne,leah 8.
Bamberger,Terry l
Bamberger,Terrv l
Bank,JoanM
Barbary,Michelle Bernadette
Barnes,Ellzabeth C.Hull
Barton,James David
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EXHIBIT A
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Beckwith,Troy Allen
Beeler,Caroline Rahneda
Beetem,Elizabeth R.
Belllglio-Gold,Laura Lynn
Bell,Ananda Benjamin Godwin
Bell-Davls,Teleah J.
Bennett,Sara M
Benzer,T1ffany Lynn
Berensteln-SlbleY,Clndy
Berman-Schroll,Naoml B.
Blggs,Sarah Jean
Bjorklund,Amelia Beth
Black,Jesslca A
Blackett,Georglna I.
Blankenshlp,Ethan A
Bliquez,Judl Beth
Blume,Adam Arthur·John
Booth,Anna Marie
Boran,Candace R
Borowskl,Matthew R.
Borowskl,Matthew A.
Boslwick,Katherine R
Boyd,John Douglas
Braxton,Anthony James
Bray,Jessica A.
Brennan,Molly Canlin
Briggs,Stuart David
Brook,Lori Renee
Brooks,Judith Marie
Brooks,Judlth Marie
Brown,Gregory Paul
Brown,TImothy Martin
Bryant,Shannon E.
Burdlck,L1ndsey M
Burke,Catherlne T.
Byrd Jr.,Dennis Nathaniel
Calioway,Erlc C
Caminos,Hannah Ines
Camplsano,Kimberley Anne
Campisano,Klmberley Anne
Carlisle,L1ndsay A
Carlisle,L1ndsay A
Carrera,Jose A.
Carrillo,Chrlstlna Elaine
Cary,Christopher Anselmo
Casallas,Edwin Yesld
Casey,Angela M.
Castro,Lenln Danllo
Castro,Marlanelia
Calalinl,Antonlo D.
Cavagnaro,Rebecca L.
Cervone,Monlna C·S
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Chan,Flora Fl
Chechile,Cory Neil
Chen,Sylvia Pan
Chena,Lance lew
Chi,Demetria Phllena
Chiarchlaro,Jesslca A
Chinn,Vivlan
Chlu,Clarissa
Choy,Tina lee
Chubln,Wayne W,
Chung,Christine Kandolyn
Coghlan,Patrick F
Colan,Jason A
Coleman,Rashaida Nicole
Colker,Jennlfer M
ColleU,Jennller Marie
Colvin,Jessica Stein
Copeland,Patricia
Corda,Helana Marie
CorslnoUl,David leonard
Cortez,Karen T,
Costantinl,Serglo
CourtneY,calenla Ivel
Cravens,A1lce M
Crew,lauren Blnnia
Crlswell,Margaret A,
Cuevas-AnUllon,Jorge Arnalda
Culrlz,Raul1
Curcio,Nicole Rose
Currln,Bethany lyn
Curtln,Jennller R
Curtls-Wesley,Deonne lashaun
Dahm,Emily W.
Dal Porto,Stephanie Rose
Danforth,Brlan
Dave,Minauli P
Dawn Gonzales French,Sunny
De Bruin,Jesslca Dawn
De Folco,Therese Michelle Neider
De Folco,Therese Michelle Neider
De Folco,Therese Michelle Neider
De loza,Mlguel Angel
de Sousa,Karen W
de Sousa,Karen W
Delgado,Chela M.
Dlaz,Arlana
Dicharry,Ellse Noelle
Dl'ulio,Katherlne
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EXHIBIT A
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Doetch,Amanda L
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Dolgln,Slephen M
Donovan,Kalllln E
Doyle,Jack Erwin
Dovle,Marlena D
Doyle,Mlranda Simone
Drum,Mlchael John
Dudash,Tavmya R
Dunbar,Emma K.
Duran,Jose Juan
Duskln,Zoe Max Urquhart
Dvorak,JeffreY P
Dvhrberg,Llselotte
EarlY,Bridget Kathryn
Edwards,Deborah Stanley
Eldred,Stelanle Noreen
Ellsalde,Marv F.
Elllott,Rachel
Ellls,Elalne B
Elmansouml,Delrdre Arlene
Emlilanowlcz,KimberIV E
Enger,Megan Denali
Erlckson,Brlttany N
Eros,Rebecca SteebY
Ervin,S1ephanle Merle
Escobar,Carios E
Esoldo,Anthonv Cario
EsDarza,Rosallnda
Evans,Rebekah Phyllis
Evenhouse,Genevleve
Falgenbaum Deborah Helene
Fannlna,Kevln P
l"arrell,Erln Elizabeth
Faleml,Klan B.
l"edorchuk,Deborah Ann
Felbus,KrislV LYnn
Fell,Joana D.
Fenlon,Jeanlne
Ferdon,Kathleen Fitzoerald
Feria,Deslrae Marie
Fernandez,Crlstal
Ferreboeuf,Marfelie L.
Fetzer,Lori Ellen
Fewell,William H
I"lnkelsteln,Ellza
Flx,Jacqueline Rose
l"olan,Adrlenne Marie
Fono,Rosa A.
l"orsytll,Rhonda Gail
Fox,Dennls Wayne
Francls,Andrea Kathrvn
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Francls,Andrea KathMl
Frandle,Jody Faith
Frazee,Julie K
Freed,lInda Ann
Frosl,Daniel B
Fujlwara,Emma Seklko
Galnes,Peria L
Gallo,Shawna Leigh
Garahan,Amelia B,
Garcla,Carlos R.
Garcla,Luclane V,
Garcla,Manolete C,
Garcia,Sara E
Garrett,Martln Matthew
Gascon,A1ba N,
Gaver,Chad Coleman
Gee,Pamela Tew
Gee,Robvn Kristine Jensen
Geerdes,SoDhia Elizabeth
Geiges,Emliv A.
Gelser,Chrlstian E
Gerbic,Davld John
Gerrity,Shannon M,
Ginsberg,Melissa A.
Gipson,Steven Glen
Glttleman,Nancy Gall
Glttleman,Nancy Gait
Glasser,Nicholas R.
Gomez,Maya L
Gomez,Michael A,
Gonzales,lIndsay Ann
Gonzalez,A1lcla M
Gordon·Risz,Amy Beth
Grande,Emilv Theresa
GrimsleY,Marley R.
Gross,Aimee Elizabeth
Guenza,Michael M,
Gushlken,Kelth M
Gutierrez,Danle
Guzman,Marcelia
Hall.Tefel
Hamdard,Shawn
Hamliton,Anna Jane Phan Thi Dinh
Hamilton.Wllliam A.
Hammond,Sarah Beth
Hankle,Sleven P
Hankle,Steven P
Hanna,Tracy Shelton
Hanna,Tracy Shelton
Harker,Sunny Kathleen
Harrlnglon,Alllson Nicole
Harrls,Jessica C
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Hayes,Anne Serena
Hayes,Tara J.
Heffernan,Tracy O'Neil
Helmers,Jessica Anne
Henderson,Tess L.
Herrera,Mark N
Hi991nbotham,Andre R
Hlgglns,Matthew Wallon
Hllmoe,Krlsten Ann
Hinckley,Colette J.
HO,Victor Sool Beng
Hoang,Ly Mal
Hoang,Robert Andrew
Hoelscher,Tlna
Hogan,Heather A
Horowitz,Talya R.
Hoshlbata,KrlslI M
Houseman,Nora S.
Howell,Kristen Mary
Huang,Ching-Fen
Huang,Jesslca Nicole
Huang,Jesslca Wei
Hunt,Jacklyn Lisa
Hutchinson,John Larson
Hutchinson-Szekely,Vanessa P.
Huynh,VI Trl
Imperato,Matthew T
Ina,Ceclly S.
Isola,Raymond
Iwanfsch,Rebecca A.
Iwaszewicz,Elizabeth Alexander
Jacobsen,Paul David
Jameson,Brlan Eric
Jazayeri,Nader
Jemlgan,Douglas Stuart
Johnson III,Davld Felda
Johnson,Maggle J
Jones,Julla L.
Jones-Davls,Taffany L
Jordhelm,Jenna L.
Juncker,Michael S.
JUPlfer..Jones,Annle
Kaloustian,Suzy D.
KamenY,Susan Ruth
Karney,Anna Katharlna
Karney,Anna Katharina
Kasner,Kimberly E.
Kasper,Catherlne D.
Kauffman,Benjamln W
Kawall,Darren Anthony
Keane,Kristin Nlchole
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Keane,Kristine M
Kehoe,Dylan C.
Kelder,Andrew S.
Kenny,U Plna
Khaykln,A1la
Kimura,Kyoko
King,Denise Faye Manaols
Klng,Nlcole Emily
Kltiennan,A1llson
Knlght,Marlah Joann
Ko,Jae Nam
Koblenz,Palrlcia Ann
Koehler,Llana M
Korngold,Shem
Kotleba,Sarah A.
Krajewskl,Chrisline
Krasner,Jennifer H
Krause,Natalie Namlko
Kuhr,Jennifer
Kumar,Sandeep Vljay
Lal,Marlssa T.
Lam,BikY
Lam,Douglas W
Lam,Rebecca
Lam,TalWal
Lam,TinaC.
Lambert,Melissa Anne
Larlos,lndlra Lelicla
Larkln,Joy A.
Lamsa,Elizabeth A.
Laurence,Leslle Shayna
Lauricella,Michael J
Laurlcella,Mlchael J
Law,BenJamin S.
Law,Jacqulyne Kok·Chl
Le,Jacqueline
Lee,Allison Usa
Lee,AmyS
Lee,Cassandra
Lee,Chrlstine Maiko
Lee,Jane
Lee,Jane
Lee,Usa M.
Lee,Rlchard Towsend
Lee,Sharon
Lemon-Jones,Kanlkah M
Leofantl,Carolyn
Leontle,Heidl VanEck
Lepe,Sylvia Esther
Levlen,Zereen Anjall Paonen
U,Katie Vue Sum
Ugh,Cassandra Alys
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1 01121/09
1 08123199
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1 09/21109
1 OB/20/08
0,6 09/02108
0,4 09/0B/09
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1 08120/0B
1 10116106
1 OB/20/0B
0,5 08123106
0,5 08123106
1 0B/20/0B
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1 08122107
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1 0B/20/08
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1 08/19/09
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Lindl,Courtney B.
Ling,Hanon
Linker,Sharon E
L1u,Wendy
L1u,Yang
LO,Bonnle W,
Locketl,Viroillee
lono,Klmberly
longnecker,Michael G,
looez Gonzalez,Ramon Orlando
lopez,Rosalia
loule,Kingston Jensen
low,Meiquin Mellisa
lowrv,Bryan T
lU,Kim Shao Xla
lU,Victoria
ludwlg,Rose Thomas
Ly,loan Kim
Ma,Constance L
MacClain,Ellzabeth L
Macfarlane,Cynthla
Macfarlane,Cynthla
Madhavan,Harlnl Vasantha
MagsanaY,Matlhew S,
Mahto,Shlrvan Chrtstopher
Majka,Angela Jean
Makeba,Talibah-Awele Ruth
Makovec,Breanne T
Mankinl,Anthonv Paul
Mansfleld,Deborah I,
Manllus,Robin C.
Manzo,Mia
Marcocclo,Margaret Lusk
Markarlan,Danlel J
Marlowe-Woad,Marlna Thomas
Marsh,Whitney Rose
Marshall,Tamra Frederick
Martln,Gilbert Joe Lee
Martln,Gilbert Joe Lee
Martin,Thomas Michael
Martinez,AIlison
Martlnez,Marla A.
Martinez,Marla C
Martllng,Casev Ray
MasseY,Nicole M
Matlice,Steven Patrick
Maybaum,Natalie Suzanne
Mayoral,Luclnda Maria
McCall,Russell C.
McClaln,Mary S
McCormac,Catherine
McDaniel,Tamara Lvn
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McGlrr,Heather
McKeever,Amy D.
McMahon,Megan Lynn
Mehrlng,Roy John
Mehring,Roy John
Mellon,Micah Don
Mercurlo,Me~an L
Meyers,Nlcholas Drew
Mlchelsbn,Wendy
Miller,Monlca M.
Mlistead,JIII Dianne
Mlistead,JIII Dianne
Mln,Helen Okee
Mlranda,Christopher A
Mlranda,Christopher A
Mlronov,Jason
Moless,Jennlfer Joan
Momjlan,Betty Erin
Monaghan,Josephine Pearl
Moore,Chrlstopher Leonard
Moore,Stephen A.
Morgan,Susanna Kathleen
Morgan,Todd D
Morrls,Caltlin Marie
Morrls,Caltlln Marie
Morris,Darby Ann
Morton,Laura C
Mousakhani,Sepldeh
Mueller,Monica C,
Muldoon,Mary Courtney
Muller,Kathryn E
Mullln,Erlk E
Mullln,Kellle Amber
Nakamoto,Galina
Nankln,lIana Deborah
Naughton,Stephen Paul
Nehm,Charlotte Marie
Nehm,Chartotte Marie
Nelson,Christina May
Nelson,Katherlne Dawn
Nelson,Vanessa A
Nevls,Amelia R
Newllng,Mary-Loulse
Newton,Sarah Marla
Nguyen,Blch Thl
Nguyen,Ho Hal
Nauven,Mal·Tien Viet
Nlckelson,Yalanda Manley
Noceda,Roberto
Nocedal,Marla Lourdes Sanl/ago
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0.6 08120/08
0,4 08120/08
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0.2 01/21/09
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Norris,Julie Lynne
Northup,Harvest Ann
Novack,Ryan Arthur
O'Connor,Richard C
O'Connor,Shelia Renee
Odle,Kevin C.
Ogden Danlel,Carmen M
Ogden Danlel,Cannen M
Okila,Brian K.
O'Leary,Phyllis Catherine
Olexo,Nancy Ryerson
Oliva-Sullivan,Mellssa J
Olmedo,Cynthla I.
Olson,Kathryn K.
Olson,Roger Stig
O'Neill,Margaret
Orlando,Corey B
O'Rourke,Sarah Christine
Osborna,Carrie Keelikolani
Osorno,Jaime S.
Osomo,Jaime S.
Olero,Ana Marla
Ouyang,Jian Fu
Padllla·Sremmelen,Monica Gabriela
Palarca,Hansel Santos
Palmieri,Angela
Papagnl,John D.
Patrone,Jason Giancar/o
Paw,Nelson
Peoples,Tracy Michele
Perkiss,Evan Michael Haynes .
PersleY,Shannon Brett
PetercuPo,Nancy
Peters,Gaela Suzanne
Peters,Jacqueline
Peters,Sabrina T
PeWlord,Helen Agripina
Pettllord,Ralph G
Phipps,Brlglue M.
Plack,Leah
Podhoreckl,Mark E
Pon,Christina K.
Pooner,Sarah Mala Conde
Portlllo,lsmael
Powers,Mary Margaret Rose
Prejean,Masharlka S.
Preyer·Watts,Mary-Mlchael
Price,Hllary E.
Prlngle,Catherlne WoOd
Prlngle-Dressler,Rachael Katherine
Proclor,Moraan leFay
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Proctor,Nlcholas R.
Prola,Kenneth J,
Quezada,Ruben
QUillin,Leslle
RandoJDh,Asa Phillip
Rankin,Robert K
Ratlanavllay,Kyphet
Raupers,Ellzabelh N
Read,Mellssa Kay
Reed,Lancelot William OWen
Reld,Mark J.
Rellly,Brendan C.
Rellly,Brendan C.
Relss,Davld Gunther
Rensman,Sarah B,
Rlchardson,Dale Thomas
Richardson,Jenny M.
Rlechel,A1mee Sue
Rlggs,Kelll Anlla
Riley,Dylan A
Rlpley,Kalherine Lynne
Rlsi,Brian Andrew
Rodriguez,Erlc Dyan
Rodrlguez,L1l1a
Rodrlguez,MOiiVRuth
Rolfson,Autumn Lvnn
Romano,Chrlstina Marie
Rosclgno,Christi N.
Rosen,Elena Casel
Rosenfeld,Jesslca
Rosenmen,Davld A
Rounkle,Lauren Elizabeth
Rozum,A1lcia
Rublo,John Joseph
Ruiz,Kandy M.
Rulz,Lucla M
Russo,Dominic Anlhony
Sabatlnl,Joanna Budney
Sacks March,Danla A
Sakura,A1ko
Salva,Asunclon Tolentino
Sambrone,Amber E
Sanchez,Jose Luis P
Sanchez,L1ndsay M
Sanchez,Mark
Sanger,Catherlne E
Sarikey,Curtlss M
Sarile,Christina M
Sarlle,Christina M
Sarilh,Soratha Mom
Sarver,Stephanle
Sasada,Karl
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Sass,Russeli J '
Sasso,Steven N
Satow,Valerie Olivia
Schaper,Andrew D
SChaid,Teresa L.
SChickenberg,Michael Hugo
Schlff,Gael
Schlax,Lyndsev Anne
Scoff,Tadd
See,Michelle Marlsa
Seligson,Walker K
Sendejo,Chrlstlna
Shapiro,Adlna Beth
Shehan,Claudla P
Shepard,Susan
Sherfey,Barbara S
Slebert,Tana Michelle
Slmard,John R.
Slnal,Vanessa S.
Slnn,Wilson
Slvakumaran,Chandra Sekaran
Skrivanich,MalY Ann
Small,Nicole Anne
Smllh,Davld Harris
Smlth,Heather L.
Smllh,Stefanie Kristin
Smllh,Stephanle R.
Snyder,Rebecca Hulton
Soltls,L1ndaJ.
Somasunderam,lIana M
Sorro,Giulio Slvador
Spencer,A1lson McClure
Splva,Derrlck D.
Spurchlse,Lauren Beth
Sroka,Peter C.
Stack,Erln Sinead
Stanlon,Kathleen M
Stam,Krlsllne E.
Stelnbach,KathlYn Ann
Steinbeisser,Erwin
Stelnberg,Amy Emily
Stelnfels,Jacqueline Samantha
Stelnhelmer,Kate Sheridan
Stewart,Emmanuel S
Stewart,James J
Stoddard,Juslin D.
Stoltz,Megan Ann
Stone,Chrlslina V.
Slones,Rachel Esther
Storm,Chrlstian Michael
Storm,Clalre M.
Strain,Robert M.
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Ward,Kathlean E
Watklns,Deedra G.
Watson,Davld Lee
Wax,LeslieM
Waaver,Jodle M. Barber
Weaer,Mlcah D.
Welner,Malnn M.
Welnsteln,Lorl M.
Welss,Clalre Aubum
Wermuth,Josette E
Wheeler,Erln Mane
Whelan,Stephanle Beth
Whlle,Adam Howard
Wllke,Jennlfer Michele
Wllllams,Megan I.
Wllllams,Samuel
Wong,Elizabeth L.
Wong,Ellen H.
Wona,Saohla Tsz Noan
Woo,Johanna Hua
Yackzan,KImberlv Chnstine
Yasuda,Armalia M.
Yee,Chandra
Yee,Jennller
Yee,Kennv Pul Gil
YIldlz,Suzan F.
Yoder,Kenneth A
Yoshlisugu,Graca
Youna,Manuel R,
Youna,Steohanle Yuke Hoono
larate,Oscar Humberto
Zavala,Remon Ricardo
Zena,YI
Zhao,AnnF.
Zoll,EthaJi
Zuechl,James Josenh
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OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS
11105-11SO1
GENERAL IV RISDICTION mVISIoN
Slate of Callforr
Department of General ServfCI
1515 Clay Slraat, SUite 206, Oakland, CA 94612
(510) 622·2722 phonal (510) 622·2743 fax
www.oah.dgs.ca.gov
May 04, 2010
Governing Board of the
San Francisco USD
555 Franklin St, 3rd PI
San Francisc,o, CA 94102
RE:
In the Matter of San Francisco USD
OAH No. 2010020406
Dear Board Members:
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Enclosed with: this letter are the administrative law judge's proposed decision in the abovereferenced case, the form for the agency order of adoption, and Exhibits I through 32, I, A
though N, and A through E. Please return a copy of the order of adoption after the Board
adopts its final Decisiort.
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Governing Board must submit a copy of the proposed decision to all teachers who were
respondents in the hearing in accordance with Education Code section 44949.
Very truly yours,
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Helen C. Tsai
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Office of Administrative Hearings
State of California
Enclosures
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Sacramento
2349 Gateway Oaks Orlva
Suite 200
Sacramenlo. CA 95833
(918) 263-0550
(916) 263·0554 fax
Los Angale.
320 West Fourth Street
suite 830
Los Angeles, CA 90013
(213) 578·7200
(213) 576-7244 fax
San Diego
1350 Front Slraal
Sulla 6022
San DIego, CA 92101
(619) 525·4475
(619) 525-4419 fax
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Laguna Hilla
23046 Avenlda De La Carlota
Sune 750
Legune Hills. CA 92653
(949) 596-5850
(949) 596-5880 fax
Van Nuys
15350 Sherman Way
Suna 300
Van Nuys, CA 91408
(818) 904·2363
.(816) 904-2360 lax
,
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BEFORE THE GOVERNING BOARD OF THE
SAN FRANCISCO UNIFIED SCHO,OL DISTRICT
In the Matter of the Accusation Against:
JESSALYN CHRISTINE AALAND, et al.
OAH No. 20I0020406
Respondents.
DECISION
The attached Proposed Decision of the Administrative Law Judge is hereby adopted
by the Governing Board of the San Francisco Unified School District as the Decision in the
above-entitled matter.
This Decision shall become effective on
IT IS SO ORDERED
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,
Car 0 A. Garcia
Secretary, Board of Education
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BEFORE THE GOVERNING BOARD OF THE
SAN FRANCISCO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
In the Matter of the Accusation Against:
JESSAL YN CHRISTINE AALAND, et al.
OAR No. 20 I0020406
Respondents.
PROPOSED DECISION
Administrative Law Judge David L. Benjamin, State of California, Office of
Administrative Hearings, heard this matter in San Francisco, California, on April 5-8, 13 and
15,2010.
Laura J. Schulkind and Rachel C. Gardunio, Attorneys at Law, Liebert Cassidy
Whitmore, represented the San Francisco Unified School District.
Stewart Weinberg, Attorney at Law, Weinberg, Roger & Rosenfeld, represented all of
the respondents who are members of the United Educators of San Francisco (UESF).
Robert D. Links, Attorney at Law, Siote & Links, represented all ofthe respondents
who are members of the United Administrators of San Francisco (UASF).
Respondent Noreen Weddle Abulencia appeared on her own behalf.
There was no appearance by or on behalf of any remaining respondents.
The record remained open for the submission of written briefs by the district and
UESF; they were to file simultaneous opening and simultaneous reply briefs by email.
UESF's opening briefwas marked as Exhibit M and the district's opening brief was marked
as Exhibit 30. UESF's reply brief was marked as Exhibit N and the district's reply brief was
marked as Exhibit 31. The district's reply briefwas filed approximately 15 minutes late;
after hearing argument on the matter, the document was accepted over UESF's objections. A
declaration by Angie Sagastume, dated April 23, 2010, was filed and served by the district
with its reply brief; there were no objections to this document, which was marked as Exhibit
32 and admitted into evidence. Respondent Abulencia filed'a reply brief on April 23 and a
further reply briefon April 26, 2010; there were no objections to these documents, which
were marked as Abulencia D and Abulencia E, respectively. The record closed and the
matter was deemed submitted on April 26, 2010.
1
FACTUAL FINDINGS
I.
Complainant Carlos A. Garcia issued the accusation in his official capacity as
Superintendent of the San Francisco Unified School District (district).
2.
Respondents are certificated employees of the district. The respondents are
identified on Appendix A, attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference.
3.
On February 23, 2010, the district's governing board adopted Resolution
102-23504, in which it resolved to reduce or discontinue particular kinds of services for the
2010-201 I school year, and directed the superintendent to give notice to certificated
employees that their services would be terminated at the end of the 2009-2010 school year
(the PKS resolution). The services to be reduced or discontinued are identified on Appendix
B, attached hereto .and incorporated herein by this reference.
The resolution states that "a total of 163 FTE in administrative services and 482 FTE
in instructional services (as listed on Exhibit A) shall be reduced or eliminated ...."
(Original emphasis.)' Exhibit A to the resolution identifies the particular services to be
reduced or eliminated. The reductions in administrative services called for in Exhibit A total
163 FTE, but the reductions in instructional services set forth in that document total 502
FTE, as opposed to 482 FTE. The reason for the discrepancy was not explained. Because
the text of the resolution calls for reductions in services as set forth in Exhibit A, which
specifically identifies the reductions to be'made, it is determined tharExhibit A controls and
that the entry of 482 FTE in the text of the resolution was an error.
4.
As a general principle, permanent and probationary certificated employees
must be laid off in inverse order oftheir seniority. (Ed. Code, § 44955, subd. (c).) Under
Education Code section 44955, subdivision (d), however, a district may deviate from
seniority and "skip" junior employees under certain circumstances.
Board Resolution 102-23504 establishes the district's skipping criteria. The
resolution states:
(PJursuant to Education Code § 44955(d)(l), it will be necessary
to retain the services of certificated employees in the 20 I0-20 II
school year regardless of seniority, who possess credentials and
qualifications needed for and who are actually assigned to
render service in the following programs: Math, Science,
Special Education and Bilingual Education. To be considered
qualified and credentialed to serve in the District's Bilingual
Education Programs, the retained employee must hold a
BCLAD.
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PTE means "full-time equivalent."
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5.
Under Education Code section 44955, subdivision (b), no pennanent employee
may be tenninated "while any probationary employee, or any other employee with less
seniority, is retained to render a service which said pennanent employee is certificated and
competent to render." The process by which a senior employee displaces ajunior employee
is commonly referred to as "bumping."
On February 23, 20 I0, the board adopted Resolution No. 102-23506, concerning the
bumping rights of senior employees. It states in relevant part:
[T]he following criteria will be used to detennine competency
for retention in the position:
I.
Credential in the discipline(.]
2.
EL Certification:
a.
b.
BCLAD
CLAD
3.
Service for at least one complete, continuous school year
in the last five school years in the same assignment.
4.
At least one year of prior experience teaching in the
discipline to which the employee seeks to move within
the last five years.
6.
Under Education Code section 44955, subdivision (b), the governing board of
a district must detennine the relative seniority of employees with the same seniority date
based "on the needs ofthe district and the students thereof."
On February 23, 20 I0, the governing board adopted Resolution No. 102-23505,
establishing tie-breaking criteria. The resolution states:
One point will be added for each of the following credentials or
authorizations:
I.
Cross Cultural Language and Academic Development
(CLAD) Certification.
2.
Emergency CLAD or current (as of 1/29/2010)
enrollment in CLAD Certificated Program(.]
3.
Possession of a Bilingual Cross Cultural Language and
Academic Certification (BCLAD).
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4.
Breadth of credential(s). (Point awarded only if the
employee also holds CLAD or BCLAD.)
Breadth is defined as follows: two or more credentials where at
least one is math, science, or special education.
Any ties that may occur after application of these criteria shall
be resolved by lottery.
7.
On or before March [5,2010, respondents were timely served with written
notice ofthe superintendent's recommendation that their services will not be required for the
2010-2011 school year. 2 The reasons for the recommendation were set forth in these
preliminary layoff notices. Each respondent timely requested a hearing to determine if there
is cause for not reemploying him or her for the 20 I0-2011 school year. The district issued an
accusation against each respondent, and each respondent filed a timely notice of defense. All
prehearing jurisdictional requirements have been met.
8.
Based on the governor's proposed state budget for Fiscal Year 2010-2011, the
district faces a two-year projected budget deficit through Fiscal Year 2011-2012 of$[ 13
million. The district had hoped to avoid reductions that affected its classrooms but, after
thoroughly examining its budget, came to the conclusion that it could not do so. Without the
reductions called for by the PKS resolution, the district will be bankrupt.
9.
Angie Sagastume is the district's Executive Director for Certificated
Recruitment and Staffing. She has been with the district for 18 years, and has been involved
in all of the district's layoffs since 2003. Sagastume and her staffimp[emented the board's
resolution to reduce services.
To summarize and oversimplifY a complex process, Sagastume began by updating the
district's seniority lists of probationary and permanent teachers. Every teacher was asked to
verifY or identifY discrepancies in the district's records regarding his or her seniority,
credentials, and assignment; the teachers' responses were researched and the seniority lists
were updated. Sagastume applied the board's tie-breaking criteria to determine the relative
seniority of teachers with the same seniority date. Sagastume identified those employees
who might be subject to layoff by examining the seniority list with reference to the board's
PKS resolution and then, starting with the least senior probationary employee, continuing up
the list until the necessary reductions were achieved. In doing so, Sagastume and her staff
identified those employees who had a right to bump junior employees and those employees
who were entitled to be skipped under the board's resolutions. In the course of this process,
the district prepared draft bumping charts and shared them with UESF. Sagastume testified
that the bumping charts are necessarily "works in progress" until rescissions have been
2 Respondent Brian Adam Becker testified that he did not receive a preliminary layoff notice.
The evidence establishes, however, that a preliminary layoff notice was timely served on Becker by mail,
at his last known address, in the manner prescribed by Education Code section 44949,
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accounted for and until the various claims presented in the hearing have been resolved.
Sagastume testified further that when final layoff notices are sent out, no probationary
employee, and no other junior employee, will be retained to render a service that a permanent
employee with more seniority is certificated and competent to render. Sagaslume's
testimony was credible and no contrary evidence was presented.
Rescissions
10.
The district has rescinded, or will rescind, the layoff notices issued to the
following individuals:
Maria Andrade
Joan Bank
Georgina Blackett
Judith Brooks
Kimberly Campisano
Christine Chung
Desiree Feria
RosaA. Fong
Carlos A: Garcia
Jessica Huang
Indira Ramon Larios
Wendy Liu
Gonzales Lopez
Rosalia Lopez
Roy Mehring
Carrie Osbourne
Hilary Price
Kyphet Rattanivilay
John J. Rubio
Susan Shepard
Wilson Sinn
Nicole Small
Stephanie Smith
Padilla Stemmelen
Marisa Varalli
Karina Violet Vela
Gonzales Lopez
Samuel Adam Williams
Sophia Wong
These individuals are no longer respondents in this proceeding.
Administrators
11.
The district and UASF reached stipulations on various matters concerning
respondents represented by UASF. The parties' stipulations are set forth in District/UASF
Joint Exhibit L
Bumping issues
12.
UESF challenges the district's bumping criteria, which require the senior
employee to demonstrate service for at least one complete, continuous school year in the
same assignment, and one year teaching in the discipline to which the employee seeks to
move, all within the last five years. UESF argues that these competency criteria preclude
many otherwise highly-qualified individuals from bumping, including respondents Judi
Bliquez, Patricia Ann Koblenz, Christina Nelson and Kevin Odie. UESF contends that the
district's criteria are arbitrary and capricious, and therefore invalid.
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The governing board has broad discretion to establish standards of competency for
the purpose of exercising bumping rights. (Duax v. Kern Community College Dist. (1987)
198 Cal.App.3d 555,564-567.) Whether the board has acted arbitrarily and capriciously '''is
measured by the standard set by reason and reasonable people, bearing in mind that such a
standard may permit a difference of opinion on the same subject. ,,, (Campbell Elementary
Teachers Assn. v. Abbott (1978) 76 Cal.App.3d 796, 808.)
The fundamental requirement of competency criteria is that they must relate to the
skills and qualifications to teach. (Duax v. Kern Community College Dist., supra, 198
Cal.App.3d at pp. 556-557.) In Duax, the governing board adopted a competency standard
that prohibited a senior employee from exercising bumping rights unless he or she could
demonstrate one full year of teaching in the junior employee's subject area within the last 10
years. The district's assistant chancellor testified that he recommended that standard to
emphasize tasks important to teaching, such as teaching skills, development of course
material, interaction with students, knowledge of student abilities, and evaluation of student
work. The court held that the board's standard clearly related to the skills and qualifications
to teach and, "since it requires only one year of teaching in the last ten, not one in the last
two or three, we are not persuaded that it too narrowly defines competency." (Id. at p. 567.)
In this case, Deputy Superintendent Richard Carranza testified that the district's
bumping criteria are designed to emphasize teaching skills and subject matter competence.
In the district's view, serving for one continuous year in a teaching assignment demonstrates
that the teacher has been required to develop and implement lesson plans, communicate with
parents, assess student mastery, and develop working relationships with colleagues, all on a
long-term basis. Teaching in the junior employee's subject matter for one year within the
last five years is designed to assure that the teacher is current in the subject matter. As was
the case in Duax, the board's standards are clearly related to the skills and qualifications to
teach. It is true that the board's standards in this case are narrower than those upheld in
Duax. An argument could be made that the board's criteria are too strict, and that the board
should have allowed teachers to demonstrate their skills over the past 10 years, or over the
past six years. But this is an area' that lies within the board's discretion. It cannot be said,
based on the present record, that the competency criteria adopted by the board are
unreasonable. The criteria are not arbitrary and capricious and are not invalid.
13.
Respondent Judi Bliquez is a peer resource teacher at Roosevelt Middle
School, where she trains students to serve as peer mentors and tutors in math. She also trains
conflict managers and provides peer education. She is tenured at 0.75 FTE. It appears that
she was identified for layoff due to reductions in "Teachers on Special Assignment - Peer
Resources." Bliquez came to the district in 2007 with extensive experience teaching math to
at-risk math learners. As UESF acknowledges, however, Bliquez has not taught a subject
matter in a classroom for a full year. The evidence also fails to establish that Bliquez has one
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year's experience in the past five years teaching in the discipline to which she would like to
move. The evidence does not establish that Bliquez is eligible to bump ajunior employee. 3
14.
The PKS resolution identifies reductions in a program entitled "Teachers on
Special Assignment - Academic Development Program" or "TSA - ADP." There are
reductions in TSA's at the elementary, middle and high school levels.
Respondents James Zucchi, Michelle See, Kristy Feibus, Elizabeth C. Hull Bames,
Justin Stoddard and Kathryn Ann Steinbach are classroom teachers. In a layoff list published
by the district on March 16, 2010, which on its face identifies layoffs by subject, these
respondents found that they were identified for layoff under the category "TSA - APD."
None of them is a teacher on special assignment. At hearing, they questioned whether they
had been properly identified for layoff.
Sagastume testified that respondents Zucchi, See, Feibus, Barnes, Stoddard and
Steinbach were identified for layoff because they were bumped by more senior teachers in
the TSA - ADP program; that is why their names appeared under TSA - APD on the March
16, 20 I0 list. No contrary evidence was presented.
15.
Respondent Jenny Arietta is a probationary math teacher but she appears on
the March 16, 2010 layoff list under the category of "Librarian," a service identified for
reductions in the PKS resolution. She questions whether she was properly identified for
layoff.
Sagastume testified that respondent Arietta was identified for layoff because she was
bumped by a more senior librarian; that is why she appears on the March 16,2010 list under
Librarian. No contrary evidence was presented.
16.
Respondent Kyle Noone teaches physical education at James Lick Middle
School. Noone testified that he had reviewed certain documents that led him to believe that
two physical education teachers junior to him were being retained. The evidence established
that the two teachers he identified were probationary teachers who have been nonreelected
for the 2010·2011 school year. The evidence does not establish that there are any teachers
junior to Noone who are being retained to provide services that Noone is certificated and
competent to render.
17.
UESF argues that the district failed to meet its burden of proof because it did
not introduce into evidence a bumping chart that identifies each employee to be laid off.
UESF does not offer any authority to support this argument, and it is not persuasive.
A district is not required to identifY the number ofteachers to be terminated or the
specific positions to be eliminated, much less the names of the specific teachers to be laid
3 In view of these findings, it is not necessary to address the district's additional argument that, as
a part-time employee, respondent Bliquez is not entitled to bump a full-time employee.
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off, when it sends out preliminary layoff notices in March. (San Jose Teachers Assn. v. Allen
(1983) 144 Cal.App.3d 627,632-633.) And in a case like this, which involves challenges to
the district's bumping and skipping criteria as well as numerous other claims which
potentially affect the order of termination, the particular teachers to be terminated cannot be
determined until those claims are finally resolved. To meet its burden of proof, a district
must come forward with credible and persuasive evidence that it will meet its obligation
under Education Code section 44955, subdivision (b); that is, that it will not terminate any
permanent employee while any probationary employee, or any other employee with less
seniority, is retained to render a service that the permanent employee is certificated and
competent to render. The district has met its burden in this case through the credible and
uncontradicted testimony of Sagastume (Finding 9) and the documents that support her
testimony.
Skipping issues
18.
UESF argues that the district's skipping criteria are invalid. It asserts that
Education Code section 44955, subdivision (d), "specifies the only way that a senior
employee can be denied the ability to bump ajunior employee. That is when the junior
employees has 'special training and experience necessary' to provide a particular kind of
service that is not being cut that the senior employee does not possess." Subdivision (d) of
section 44955, however, does not concern the right of a senior employee to bump ajunior
employee; it concerns the district's right to deviate from seniority and skip ajunior employee
who would otherwise face layoff.
UESF goes on to argue that section 44955, subdivision (d), "does not require that the
senior employee be 'actively' engaged in rendering the service at the time the decision to
reduce or eliminate services is made. Adding the requirement that the senior employee must
be 'actually assigned to render the service' goes beyond the authorization by the Legislature
to allow a District to keep a senior employee from 'bumping' ajunior employee." Again, the
district resolution at issue speaks to skipping, not bumping; it does not purport to limit the
right of a senior employee to bump a junior employee. The district's requirement that a
skipped employee must be "actually assigned" to render the needed service is consistent
with, not contrary to, the requirements of section 44955, subdivision (d). (See Alexander v.
Board a/Trustees (1983) 139 Cal.App.3d 567, 576.)
UESF's argument that the district's skipping criteria are inconsistent with state law is
not persuasive.
19.
UESF argues that the district improperly retained Philip Pasmanick, who is not
a respondent in this proceeding. Pasmanick is a bilingual classroom teacher at Hillcrest
Elementary School. He holds a multiple subject credential, a single subject credential in
Spanish, and a bilingual certificate of competence. (He also holds various designated subject
adult education credentials, including one in health occupations and one in English and
Speech Arts; these credentials, however, do not authorize him to teach at the K-12Ievel.)
Pasmanick is a permanent employee with a seniority date of August 19, 2009. The reason
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for his recent seniority date is that he was employed by the district as a permanent teacher,
left district employment, and then returned on August 19, 2009. Under Education Code
sections 44931 and 44848, a teacher who leaves district employment and returns within 39
months is entitled to retain his tenure, but loses his original seniority date; his seniority date
becomes the date he is reemployed. (San Jose Teachers Assn. v. Allen, supra, 144
Cal.App.3d at p. 641.) Sagastume testified that Pasmanick was retained because the district
laid off probationary employees before permanent employees. It is her understanding that all
probationary employees in a particular kind of service, regardless of their seniority, must be
terminated before a permanent employee rendering the same service is terminated. Her
understanding is correct. (Ed. Code, § 44955, subd. (b).)
UESF acknowledges that Pasmanick is properly classified as a permanent employee
'but asserts that, under Allen, he "[does] not get to exercise the rights of permanency" in a
layoff. Allen does not so hold. The reemployed employees in Allen were classified as
permanent employees. The court held that their seniority dates changed when they were
reemployed, but did not hold that they were misclassified or that they were not entitled to the
rights of permanent employees under Education Code section 44955.
UESF asserts that the PKS resolution calls for the elimination of 10 middle school
English teachers and 20 high school English teachers, and that there are 96 teachers with
English credentials senior to Pasmanick and 13 who share the same seniority date.
Pasmanick, however, is a bilingual classroom teacher, not an English teacher. UESF states
that Pasmanick is the most junior employee with a health credential, while others with health
credentials are being laid off. Pasmanick's designated subject adult education credential,
however, does not authorize him to teach in elementary school and he is not a health teacher.
The evidence fails to establish that the distrlct improperly retained Pasmanick.
20.
UESF argues that the district improperly retained Liana Jane Wong, who is not
a respondent in this proceeding. Wong is a high school counselor. 'She is a permanent
employee with a recent seniority date of August 31, 2009, because, like Pasmanick, she
attained permanent status with the district, left district employment, and was reemployed
within 39 months on August 31, 2009. Sagastume testified that Wong did not receive a
layoff notice because probationary counselors were laid off before she, as a permanent
employee, was reached.
UESF asserts that the PKS resolution authorizes the elimination of seven middle
school counselors and 18 high school counselors and there are only eight counselors on the
layoff list junior to Wong, and 43 who are senior to Wong. UESF does not state the factual
basis for its assertion, and does not address the fact that there are over 35 probationary
counselors. Probationary counselors must be terminated before any permanent counselor,
such as Wong, is terminated.
The evidence fails to establish that the district improperly retained Wong.
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21.
Respondent Christina Romano is a reading recovery and literacy specialist at
Bryant Elementary School, a bilingual school. She has a multiple subject credential, a
BCLAD, a CLAD, and a reading recovery certificate. She works with first through fifth
grade students on a pull-out or push-in basis. For the students in grades one and two, she
instructs in Spanish; she introduces instruction in English to second grade students about
half-way through the semester. For third grade students, she typically instructs in English
and by the fourth grade her instruction is entirely in English.
Romano received a layoff notice under the provisions of the PKS resolution that call
for a 4.0 FTE reduction in "Resource Teachers - Literacy," a program identified in the
resolution as a "non-classroom program." Romano contends that she should be skipped
under the provisions of the PKS resolution that allow the district to deviate from seniority to
retain teachers who are "actually assigned to render service in the Bilingual Education
program." Sagastume testified, however, that the bilingual program refers to the teaching
program, and that the position of Literacy Specialist is not part of the district's bilingual
program. The PKS resolution supports Sagastume's testimony.
Romano is not entitled to be skipped. It is recognized that she works in a bilingual
school and uses Spanish in her work as a literacy specialist. The district, however, may
deviate from seniority only when it can demonstrate a need to retain teachers for a particular
course or course of study. (Ed. Code, § 44955, subd. (d).) The evidence does not establish
that literacy specialists teach a course or course ofstudy, and the district has not identified a
need to retain literacy specialists.
22.
Respondent Erin Stack is an Instructional Resource Facilitator (IRF) at
Monroe Elementary School, where she works half-time as a literacy coach and half-time as a
school advocate. In essence, she works with teachers to help them improve classroom
education. Stack contends that she should be skipped because she holds a BCLAD. Stack,
however, does not meet the skipping criteria because she is not actually assigned to provide
bilingual education. Stack is not entitled to be skipped.
Seniority issues
23.
The general rule is that a certificated employee's seniority commences "on the
date upon which he first rendered paid service in a probationary position." (Ed. Code,
§ 44845.)
24.
Respondent Christine Maiko Lee holds a certificated position as a counselor.
She has been assigned a seniority date of November 3, 2008. Lee asserts that she is entitled
to an earlier seniority date by virtue of her prior service to the district as a Wellness
Coordinator.
Prior to November 2008, Lee worked for the district as a classified employee. In Fall
2002, Lee accepted a position with the district as a Health Worker IV (Class 2588),
commonly known as a "Wellness Coordinator." As a Wellness Coordinator, Lee coordinated
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mental health services, counseling services, and workshops and promoted health awareness
activities and events. She worked under the School Health Program. This position did not
require a Pupil Personnel Services credential, but Lee obtained her PPS credential in June
2005.
In Spring 2006, the district and UESF encouraged all of the Wellness Coordinators to
obtain a PPS credential and become certificated employees of the district. It appears the
district had learned that, because of their direct contact with students, some Wellness
Coordinators and Learning Support Consultants (LSC's) were required by state law to be
credentialed. Lee was not informed that she would lose her job if she failed to become
certificated, but she and all of the other Wellness Coordinators were encouraged to make the
switch because it would mean more job security.
In June 2006 Lee applied for a certificated position as a Wellness Coordinator. Her
transition to a certificated position was delayed for over a year while the district corrected a
mistake in Lee's salary level. The first day she rendered paid service to the district in a
probationary capacity was November 3, 2008, the day the district has assigned to her as her
seniority date.
Lee acknowledges that, as a general rule, classified service may not be tacked on to
certificated service to establish an earlier seniority date. Lee asserts that she falls within an
exception set forth in Education Code section 44066, which reads as follows:
A governing board ofany school district ... or other appointing
authority shall not require an employee or applicant to possess
any certification, license, or other credential unless the
possession of such a certification, license, or other credential is
required by statute or is based upon a bona fide occupational
qualification.
It is the intent of the Legislature that any person who had served
in a position for which certification, license, or other credential
not necessitated by statute or bona fide occupational
qualification, had been required, and in a position which was
designated by the governing board as a position requiring
certification qualifications, shall be deemed to be an employee
in a position requiring certification qualifications for as long as
he or she holds such position and it is further the intent of the
Legislature that such position shall be deemed to be a
certificated position for as long as such person holds such
position.
Lee claims that she was required by the district to obtain a credential and that, under section
44066, she is entitled to seniority for all of the time she served as a Wellness Coordinator.
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Lee's argument is not persuasive, for two reasons. As Lee acknowledged in her
testimony, although the district encouraged the Wellness Coordinators to become
credentialed, it did not require them to do so; Lee herself was already credentialed in the
spring of2006. More fundamentally, section 44066 addresses employees who were wrongly
required to become credentialed. It expresses the Legislature's intent that such an employee
shall be deemed certificated for the period that he or she was required to have a credential
that was "not necessitated by statute or bona fide occupational qualification." Even if Lee
and the other Wellness Coordinators were required to become credentialed, there is no
evidence that the credential was not necessitated by statute or that it was not a bona fide
occupational qualification. The only evidence on that point suggests that the credential was
required by state law.
Lee argues that, at the least, she should be given an earlier seniority because the
district's salary errors prevented her from assuming a certificated position earlier. Lee cites
no authority, and no authority has been found, for the proposition that administrative errors
estop the district from applying the seniority rule set forth in Education Code section 44845.
Lee's assigned seniority date of November 3, 2008, is correct.
25.
Respondent Sandeep Kumar has an employment history with the district that is
similar to respondent Lee's. Kumar is a certificated Learning Support Professional (LSP).
He provides mental health perspectives to students and staff at his assigned schools. He has
been assigned a seniority date of August 19,2009, the first date that he rendered paid service
to the district in a probationary position.
From August 27, 2007, 'to August 19, 2009, Kumar worked for the district in a
classified position as an LSP. In 2007 and 2008, the district encouraged the LSP's to become
certificated in the same way that it encouraged the Wellness Coordinators. At a meeting with
the LSP's, district employee Meyla Rewin stated that within three to five years, they would
not be able to continue in their jobs without a certification. Kumar went back to school and
earned his PPS credential in December 2008, and presented it to the district in July 2009.
(He delayed presenting it to the district to preserve his health benefits over the summer.)
Like respondent Lee, Kumar contends that he is entitled to seniority for his classified
service. It is not clear that Kumar was required to obtain a PPS credential; giving employees
"three to five years" to obtain a certification appears to be an expression of encouragement as
opposed to ajob requirement. But, even if the district required Kumar to get a PPS
credential, Kumar has not shown that the requirement was not based on statute or that it was
not a bona fide occupational qualification. Kumar's assigned seniority date of August 19,
2009, is correct.
26.
Respondent Kathleen Ferdon is a literacy specialist at Paul Revere Elementary
School. Her assigned seniority date is September 20,2005. She seeks an earlier seniority
date based upon her work as a day-to-day substitute for the district during the 2004-2005
school year, when she worked 183 days. Under certain circumstances, an employee may
tack on her earlier service as a substitute to establish an earlier seniority date, but that benefit
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does not apply to service rendered as a day-to-day substitute. (Ed. Code, § 44918, subd. (d).)
Ferdon's assigned seniority date is correct.
27.
Respondent Noreen Abulencia is an elementary school teacher. She
challenges her assigned seniority date of August 23, 2006.
Abulencia became a permanent tenured teacher in the district's Child Development
Program on February 12, 1992. (Child Development Programs are described in Education
Code section 8360 et seq.) On August 12,2006, pursuant to a provision in the collective
bargaining agreement between UESF and the district, Abulencia transferred to the district's
K-12 program and became an elementary school teacher. According to Abulencia, she was
told by district staff that she would keep her 1992 seniority date when she transferred to the
elementary school classroom, and she believes another child development teacher in her
situation was allowed to do so. However, she was assigned a new seniority date of August
12, 2006. She believes her seniority date should be February 12, 1992.
In their briefs, the district, UESF, and Abulencia analyze the Education Code
provisions that are relevant to Abulencia's situation. (UESF supports Abulencia's claim.)
None ofthe briefs, however, discusses San Jose Teachers Assn. v. Allen, supra, 144
Cal.App.3d 627, which appears to be on point. Eight of the appellants in Allen had
transferred from the district's child development program into the regular education program.
The trial court concluded that their seniority commenced with their service in the regular
education program, not the children's center program. The issue addressed by the court of
appeal was "whether prior service in the children's center program must be considered in
fixing the first date of paid service in a probationary program." The court held that such
service must be considered. The court reasoned that the appellants were "permanent"
employees within the meaning of Education Code section 44884 (now section 44929.21)
because children's center employees serve in positions requiring certification qualifications.
As permanent employees, their seniority is measured from the date they first rendered paid
service to the district in a probationary position. Therefore, the court held, the appellants'
probationary service in the children's center must be counted in determining their seniority.
It follows from the court's holding in Allen that Abulencia's assigned seniority date of
August 12,2006, is incorrect. Her seniority date should be the date she first rendered paid
service to the district's Child Development Program in a probationary position. It is not clear
whether that date is February 12, 1992, or an earlier date. The district witl be ordered to
review its records and determine the correct date.
28.
It was stipulated at hearing that respondent Laura Belfiglio-Oold's seniority
date is August 23, 2006.
29.
Respondent Roberto Noceda is a Spanish bilingual teacher who has been
assigned a seniority date of August 19,2009. From 2004 to 2009 Noceda taught at a charter
school in the district. He contends that he is entitled to tack on his earlier charter school
teaching experience to establish an earlier seniority date. Noceda offers no authority for his
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contention, and none has been found. As noted above, a teacher's seniority commences on
the date he "first rendered paid service in a probationary position." (Ed. Code, § 44845.)
Charter schools,however, are not subject to this provision, as they are generally exempt from
the laws governing school districts. (Ed. Code, § 47610.) The evidence does not establish
that Noceda's as.signed seniority date is incorrect.
Core Substitutes
30.
The PKS resolution proposes to eliminate 15.0 FTE in Core Substitute
Services. This represents all or substantially all of the Core Substitute positions. (The
number of Core Substitutes is not clear from the evidence: UESF asserts that there are 15,
while one district document appears to state that there are 16.) There is a case pending in the
court of appeal in which the district and UESF are litigating the proper classification of Core
Substitutes. For the sole purpose of administering the present layoff proceeding, however,
the district and UESF stipulate that the Core Substitutes shall be treated as probationary
employees.
UESF asserts that the effect of this stipulation is that Core Substitutes are "by and
large immune from layoff because of their seniority." The Core Substitutes, however, are
probationary employees in a service that the district has chosen to substantially reduce or
eliminate entirely. They are not immune from layoff. In this proceeding, no Core Substitute
has asserted the right to bump a junior employee, or claimed that he or she has been
improperly denied that right.
Classification issues
31.
The district has classified certain certificated employees as temporary
employees. Temporary employees are not entitled to the due process protections afforded by
Education Code sections 44949 and 44955. (Kavanaugh v. West Sonoma County Union
High School Dist. (2003) 29 Ca1.4th 911,916-918.) The district, however, sent
"precautionary" layoff notices to temporary employees in the event any such employee
wished to challenge his or her classification. The respondents classified by the district as
temporary ate identified on the district's Exhibit 11. (Exhibit 11 was created before the
district and UESF stipulated that Core Substitutes would be treated as probationary
employees; pursuant to the parties' stipulation, any Core Substitutes identified on Exhibit 11
are probationary, not temporary employees, for the purpose of this layoff.)
32.
Respondent Jean-Pierre Ryan De Oliveira first came to work for the district in
August 2009 as a coordinator in the "GEAR UP" program, a federally-funded program that
encourages middle and high school students to go to college. The district classified De
Oliveira as a temporary employee in a categorically-funded program. (Ed. Code, § 44909.)
The district has chosen not to renew De Oliveira's contract because of cutbacks in the GEAR
UP program.
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De Oliveira contends that he cannot be terminated because, although there may be
cutbacks in GEAR UP, the program has not been completely eliminated. De Oliveira relies
on Bakersfield Elementary Teachers Assn. v. Bakersfield City School Dist. (2006) 145
Cal.AppAth 1260, to support his argument, but his reliance is misplaced. In Bakersfield, the
court found that certain employees in categorically-funded programs had been misclassified.
Because ofthat misclassification, they were entitled to be treated as probationary employees
and could not be laid off unless the funding for their programs ended. In this case, however,
the evidence fails to establish that De Oliveira was misclassified. He is a temporary
employee. De Oliveira can be released whether or not the funding for GEAR UP continues.
He is not entitled to the protections of Education Code sections 44949 and 44955.
33.
Respondent Cheryl McDavid was hired as a physical education teacher under
a temporary contract for the 2009-20 I0 school year. Like De Oliveira, McDavid contends
that she should be treated as a probationary employee and she relies upon the same legal
authority. As in De Oliveira's case, the evidence fails to establish that McDavid was
misclassified as a temporary employee. She is not entitled to the protections of Education
Code sections 44949 and 44955.
34.
Respondent Jennifer Kennedy was hired under a temporary contract for the
2009-2010 school year after previous employment with the district as a day-to-day and a
long-term substitute. Kennedy does not contend that she was misclassified, and the evidence
failed to establish that she was misclassified.
35.
No other temporary employees challenged their classification.
Other matters
36.
The cause for the reduction in particular kinds of services relates to the welfare
of the schools and the pupils thereof.
37.
Except as otherwise permitted by statute, no permanent employee is being
terminated while any probationary employee, or any other employee with less seniority, is
being retained to render a service which the permanent employee is certificated and
competent to render.
38.
Any contentions raised by respondents and not discussed above have been
found to be without merit and are hereby rejected.
LEGAL CONCLUSIONS
I.
By reason of the matters set forth in Finding 27, cause exists to require the
district to change the August 23, 2006 seniority date it has assigned to respondent Noreen
Abulencia, and to veritY her correct seniority date.
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2.
By reason of the matters set forth in Findings 31 through 35, the employees
identified on the district's Exhibit II (with the exception of Core Substitutes) are temporary
employees. Because the provisions of Education Code sections 44949 and 44955 apply only
to probationary and permanent employees, they are not entitled to the protections afforded by
those sections and it is not necessary to decide whether there is cause for not reemploying
them for the 2010·2011 school year. The district may, but is not required to, give them
notice that their services ~iIl not be required for the 2010·2011 school year.
3.
As to the remaining respondents, cause exists because of the reduction or
elimination of particular kinds ofservices pursuant to Education Code sections 44949 and
44955 to give notice to respondents in 665 PTE positions (163 FTE in administrative
services and 502 FTE in instructional services) that their services will not be required for the
2010·2011 school year. The cause relates solely to the welfare of the schools and the pupils
thereof within the meaning of Education Code section 44949.
ORDER
I.
The district shall correct the seniority date of respondent Noreen Abulencia, as
set forth in Legal Conclusion I.
2.
Notice may be given to respondents in 665 FTE positions (163 FTE in
administrative services and 502 PTE in instructional services) that their services will not be
required for the 2010-2011 school year because of the reduction or elimination of particular
kinds of services.
DATED:
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Aaland
Abdallah
Abdelhamld
Abell
Abernathy
Abulencia
Adams
Adams
Adams
Adcock
Adisa
AffUck
Aauiao
Akram
Alaimo
Alexander
Aillarin-Tanoeman
Allen
Altshuler
Alvarado
Alvarez
Amador.
Amsler
Andrade
Andron
Anoell
Angus
Applin
Arabia
Araoon
Aravamudhan
Archer
Archer
Archer
Arletta
Arlnwlne
Armslrono
Arroyo
Atkinson
Attaway
Audap
Jessalyn
Amy
Rahlma
Jane
Karena
Noreen
Dana
KimberlY
Sheila
Tanayah
Karimah
Stacy
Lindsav
Susan
Molly Jo
Wendy
Hope
Rehema
Dana
Crvstal
Diana
Omar
Terrance
Maria
Shira
Alison
Kathleen
Angela
Hugo
Catherlne.
Harlnl
Bradley
Marylynn
Meoan
Jenny
Anthonv
Christine Kyonq-Joo
Vincent
EmilY
Matthew
Susan
Avenis
Avila
Ayala
Babcock
Babiera
Baker
Ballantyne
Bamberoer
Bank
Banks
Barbary
Baroagna
Barnes
Barton
Bass
Basslnelle
Becker
Beckwith
Beeler
Beetem
Belfiolio-Gold
Bell
Bell-Davis
Bennett
Benzer
Berenstein-Sibley
Berman-Schroff
Biqos
Bjorklund
Black
Blackett
Blankenship
Blaschak
Bliouez
Blume
Bonanno
Bonanno
Booth
Boran
Borowski
Bostwick
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Leonida
Peter
Robert
Arlanne
Diuna
Kell
Leah
Terry
Joan M
Randie
Michelle
Chiara
Elizabeth
James
Steohen
Robert
Brlan
Troy
Caroline
Elizabeth
Laura
Ananda Beniamin
Teleah
Sara
Tiffany
Cindy
Naomi
Sarah
Amelia
Jessica
Georgina
Ethan
Sara
Judi
Adam
Annette
Annette
Anna Marie
Candace
Matthew
Katherine
Bourquin
Bowen
Boyd
Braxton
Bray
Brennan
Briaas
Brook
Brooks
Brown
Brown
Brown
Bryant
Burdick
Burke
Byrd
Callahan
Calloway
Caminos
Camolsano'
Carlisle
Carrera
Carrillo
Cary
Casallas
Casey
Castro
Castro
Catallnl
Cavagnaro
Cervone
Chai
Chaires
Chan
Chan
'Chan
Chan
Chau
Chechile
Chen
Cheng
Chi
Chiarchiaro
Chinn
Chiu
Jennifer
Julie
John
Anthony
Jessica
MollY
Stuart
Lori
Judith
Gregory
Marleen
Timothy
Shannon
Lindsey
Catherine T.
Dennis
Matthew
Eric
Hannah
Kimberlev Anne
Lindsay
Jose
Christina
Christooher
Edwin
Anaela
Lenin
Marianella
Antonio
Rebecca
Monina
Jane
Daniel
Christina
Ella
Esther
Flora
Kimberly
Cory
Sylvia
Lance
Demetria
Jessica
Vivian
Clarissa
Chiu
Choi
Chong
Choy
Chubin
Chung
Clark
Coghlan
Coahlan
Colan
Coleman
Calker
Collett
Colvin
Cooeland
Corda
Corslnottl
Cortez
Costantini
Courtney
Crabtree
Cravens
Crew
Criswell
Cuevas-Antillon
Culriz
Curcio
Currin-Womack
Curtin
Curtis-Wesley
Dahm
DalPorto
Danforth
Dave
Dawn Gonzales
French
De Bruin
De Falco
De La Torre
De Loza
De Oliveira
de Sousa
Delaado
Diamond
Diaz
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Connie
Flora
Fang
Tina Lee
Wayne
Christine
Sandra Sue
Denise
Patrick
Jason
Rashaida
Jennifer
Jennifer
Jessica
Patricia
Helana
David
Karen
Sergio
Celenia
Stephanie
Allee
Lauren
Margaret
Jorge
Raul
Nicole
Bethany
Jennifer
Deanne
Emilv
Stephanie
Brian
Minautl
Sunny
Jessica
Therese
Ileana
Miguel
Jean Pierre
Karen
Chela
Sara
Arlana
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Dicharry
Dick
Dijulio
Dinapoli
Doetch
Doiain
Donovan
Doyle
Doyle
Doyle
Drum
Dudash
Dunbar
Duran
Duskin
Dyorak
Dyhrberg
Early
Edwards
Eldred
Elisalde
Ellet
Elliott
Ellis
Elmansouml
Emilianowicz
Emw
Erickson
Eros
Ervin
Escobar
Esoldo
Esparza
Evans
Eyenhouse
Faiaenbaum
Fanning
Farrell
Farrell
Fatemi
Fedorchuk
Feibus
Feit
Fenton
Ferdon
Elise
Stuart
Katherine
Lisa
Amanda
Stephen M
Kaillin
Jack
Marlena
Miranda
Michael
Tawnya R
Emma
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Zoe
Jeffrey
Lise/otte
Bridget
Deborah
StefanIe
Mary
Andrew
Rachel
Elaine
Deirdre
KimberlY
Megan
Brittany
Rebecca
Stephanie
Carlos
Anthony
Rosalinda
Rebekah
Geneyieye
Deborah
Kevin
Catharine F.
Erin
Klan
Deborah
Kristy
Joana
Jeanine
Kathleen
Ferguson
Feria
Fernandez
Feraz
Ferreboeuf
Feller
Fewell
Fields
Finkelstein
Fitzsimons
Fix
Flanaaan
Folan
Fona
Forsyth
Foster
Fox
Francis
Frandle
Frazee
Freed .
Frost
Fuiiwara
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Gaines
Galleaos
Gallo
Garahan
Garcia
Garcia
Garcia
Garcia
Gardner
Garrett
Garza
Gascon
Gaver
Gee
Gee
Geerdes
Geiges
Geiser
Gerblc
Gerrltv
Ginsberg
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Kyla
Deslrae
Crlstal
Rie
Manelle
Lon
William
Tamara
Eliza
Matthew
Jacqueline
Steve
Adrienne
Rosa A.
Rhonda
Althea M.
Dennis Wayne
Andrea
JodY
Julie
Linda Ann
Daniel
Emma
Jhulsanv
Perla
Erica
Shawna
Amelia
Carlos
Luclane
Manolete C.
Sara
George
Martin
Julieta
Alba
Chad
Pamela
Robyn
Sophia
Emily
Christian
David
Shannon
Melissa
Glovannelli
Gipson
Gittleman
Glasser
Gomez
Gomez
Gonzales
Gonzalez Garcia
Gonzalez
Gordon-Risz
Grabel
Grande
Grimsley
Gross
Guenza
Gushiken
Gutierrez
Guzman
Hall
Hamdard
Hamilton
Hamilton
Hammond
HankIe
Hanna
Harker
Harrington
Harris
Harris
Hartigan
Hartley
Hayes
Hayes
Heffernan
Helmers
Henderson
Henning
Herrera
Higginbotham
Higgins
Hill
Hilmoe
HinckleY
Hinojosa
Ho
Catherine
Steven
Nancv
Nicholas
Maya
Michael
Lindsay
Jose
Alicia
Amy
Rachel
Emllv
Marley
Aimee
Michael
Keith
Dante
Marcella
Tefel
Shawn
Anna
WililamA.
Sarah
Steven
Tracy
Sunny
Allison
Jessica
Yukendra
Carolyn
Kenneth
Anne
Tara
Tracy
Jessica
Tess
Paula S
Mark
Andre
Malthew
Aimee
Kristen
Colette
Carla
Victor
Hoana
Hoang
Hoelscher
Hogan
Holtz
Horowitz
Hoshibata
Houseman
Howell
Hsuan
Huang
Huang
Huang
Hunt
Hutchinson
Hutchinson-Szekely
Huynh
Ibabao
Imperato
Ina
Inglis
Isola
luen
Iwantsch
Iwaszewicz
Jacobsen
Jameson
Jazayeri
Jensen
Jernigan
Jilek
Johnsen
Johnson III
Johnson
Jones
Jones-Davis
Jordhelm
Juncker
Jupiter·Jones
Kaloustian
Kameny
Karney
Kasner
Kasper
Kauffman
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Ly
Robert
Tina
Heather
Mara
Talya
Kristi
Nora
Kristen
Shao-Chun
Ching-Fen
Jessica
Jessica
Jacklyn
John
Vanessa
VI
Cheryl
Matthew
Cecily
Natalie.
Ravmond
Bronwen
Rebecca
Elizabeth
Paul
Brian
Nader
JeffreY
Douglas
Jennifer
Hans
David
Maggie
Julia
Taffany
Jenna
Michael
Annie
SUZY
Susan
Anna
Kimberly
Catherine
Beniamin
Kaune
Kavananh
Kawali
Keane
Keane
Kehoe
Kelder
Kelly
Kennedy
Kenny
Khaykin
Kifer
Kimura
King
Kina
Kitterman
Knight
Ko
Koblenz
Koehler
Kornnold
Korp
Kotieba
Krajewski
Krasner
Krause
Kuhr
Kumar
Kwong
Lal
Lam
Lam
Lam
Lam
Lam
Lambert
Lancaster
Larios
Larkin
Latasa
Laubner
Laurence
Lauricella
Lauten
Law
Aundrea
Stael
Darren Anthonv
Kristin N
Kristine M
DYlan
Andrew
Kathleen
Jennifer
Li Pinn
Alia
Kristina
Kvoko
Denise
Nicole
Allison
Mariah
Jae
Patricia
Liana
Shem
Christa
Sarah
Christine
Jennifer
Natalie
Jennifer
Sandeep
Allison
Marissa
BlkY
Douglas
Rebecca
Tat
Tina
Melissa Anne
Amber
Indira
Joy
Elizabeth
Jeannine
Leslie
Michael
Erin
Ben/amin
Law
Le
Leary
Ledesma
Lee
Lee
Lee
Lee
Lee
Lee
Lee
Lee
Lee
Lee
Lee
Lee
Lemon·Jones
Leofantl
Leontle
Lepe
Levien
Li
Lie
Ligh
Lindl
Ling
Linker
Liu
Liu
Lo
Lockett
Long
Lonanecker
Lopez Gonzalez
Lopez
Louie
Low
Lowry
Lu
Lu
Lucey
Ludwig
Luger
LUQO Mendoza
Ly
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Jacaulvne
Jacqueline
Jessica
Aleiandro
Allison
Amy
Cassandra
Christine
Elizabeth G
Endora
Jane
Jonathan
Lisa
Michelle
Richard
Sharon
Kanikah M
Carolvn
Heidi
Svlvia
Zareen
Katie
Raymond
Cassandra
Courtney
Hanon
Sharon E
Wendy
Yang
Bonnie
Virgil
Kimberly
Michael
Ramon
Rosalia
Kingston
Melauin
Bryan
Kim
Victoria
Elizabeth
Rose
Joseph
Liliana
Loan
Ma
MacClaln
Macfarlane
Madhavan
Madrioal
Maasanav
Mahto
Maika
Makeba
Makovec
Mankini
Mansfield
Manlius
Manzo
Maog
Marcoccio
Markarian
Marlowe-Wood
Marsh
Marshall
Martin
Martin
Martinez
Martinez
Martinez
Martllng
Massey
Mattice
Mavbaum
Mayoral
McCall
McClain
McCormac
McDaniel
McDavid
McGarrah
McGirr
McKeever
McMahan
McMahon
Mehrino
Melton
Mercurio
Metivier
Mevers
Constance
Elizabeth
Cynthia
Harinl
Nancy
Matthew
Shirvan
Anaela
Talibah-Awele
Breanne
Anthony
Deborah
Robin
Mia
Marie Christine
Maroaret
Daniel J
Marina
Whitnev
Tamra
Gilbert
Thomas Michael
Allison
Maria A
Maria C
Casey
Nicole
Steven
Natalie
Lucinda
Russell
Marv
Catherine
Tamara
Cheryl
Karen
Heather
Amv
Jeffrey
Meaan
Roy
Micah
Meoan
Sandra
Nicholas
Michelson
Micklev
Miller
Miller
Milstead
Min
Miranda
Mironov
Moless
Momlian
Monaghan
Moore
Moore
Moore
Morgan
Moraan
Morris
Morris
Morton
Mousakhanl
Mueller
Mueller
Muldoon
Muller
Mullin
Mullin
Nakamoto
Nankin
Nauohton
Navarro
Navarro
Neoron
Nehm
Nell
Nelson
Nelson
Nelson
Nevis
Newling
Newton
Ngo
Nauven
Nguyen
Nguyen
Nickelson
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Wendy
Kate
Judith
Monica
Jill
Helen
Christopher
Jason
Jennifer
Beltv
Josephine
Christopher
Conrad
Stephen
Susanna
Todd
Caitlin
Darbv
Laura
Sepideh
Brenda
Monica
Mary
Kathryn
Erik
Kellle
Gallna
lIana
Stephen
Charles
Sheila
Jennv
Charlotte
Sean
Christina
.Katherine
Vanessa
Amelia
Mary-Louise
Sarah
Dat
Blch
Ho
Mal-Tien
Yolanda
Noceda
Nocedal
Noauchl
Noone
Norris
Northup
Norton
Novack
Nunez
O'Boyle
O'Brien
O'Connor
O'Connor
Odie
Ogden Daniel
Oaden Daniel
Okila
O'LearY
Olexo
Oliva-Sullivan
Olmedo
Olson
Olson
O'Neill
Ona
Orlando
O'Rourke
Osborne
Osomo
Otero
Ouyang
Padiila-Stemmelen
Palarca
Palmieri
Papagni
Papatolicas
Patrone
Paw
Peoples
Perkiss
Persley
Petercupo
Peters
Peters
Peters
Roberto
Maria Lourdes
Yukari
Kvle
Julie
Harvest
Donald
Rvan
Damian
Cashel
George
Richard C
Sheila
Kevin
Carmen
Carmen
Brian
PhYllis Catherine
Nancy
Melissa
Cynthia
Kathryn
Roaer
Margaret
Melvin D
Corey
Sarah
Carrie
Jaime
Ana
Jian
MonIca
Hansel
Angela
John
Shane
Jason
Nelson
Tracy
Evan
Shannon
Nancy
Gaela
Jacqueline
Sabrina
Pettiford
Pettiford
Phipps
Pitre
Plack
Podhorecki
Pon
Pooner
Portillo
Powers
Prejean
Preyer-Watts
Price
Prinale
Pringle-Dressler
Proctor
Proctor
ProIa
Quan
Quezada
Quillin
Raeder
Randolph
Rankin
Rattanavilay
Rauoers
Read
Reed
Reid
Reillv
Reiss
Rensman
Richardson
Richardson
Ricketts
Rlechel
Riggs
Riley
Ripley
Risi
Rodriguez
Rodriauez
Rodriguez
Rolfson
Romano
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Helen
Ralph
Brigitte
Felicia
Leah
Mark E
Christina
Sarah
Ismael
Marv
Masharika
Marv-Michael
Hilary
Catherine
Rachael
Moman
Nicholas
Kenneth
La'Tricla
Ruben
Leslie
Jennifer
Asa
Robert
Kyphet
Elizabeth
Melissa
Lancelot
Mark
Brendan
David
Sarah
Dale
Jenny
Bessie M.
Aimee
Kelll
DYlan
Katherine
Brian
Eric
Lilia
Molly Ruth
Autumn
Christina
Rosclgno
Roselil
Rosen
Rosenfeld
Rosenman
Ross
Rounkle
Rowley
Rozenoer
Rozum
Rubio
Ruiz
Rulz
Russo
Sabatini
Sacks March
Safavi
Safavi
Sakura
Salva
Sambrone
Sanchez
Sanchez
Sanchez
Sanger
Sarikey
Sarile
Sarith
Sarver
Sasada
Sass
Sasso
Satow
Schaper
Scheid
Schlckenberg
Schiff
Schlax
Scott
See
Seligson
Sendeio
Shapiro
Sheehan
Shehan
Christl
Sarah
Elena
Jessica
David A
Nia
Lauren
Maraaret
Nadine
Alicia
John
KandY
Lucia
Dominic
Joanna
Dania
Farzaneh
Farzaneh
Alko
Asuncion
Amber
Jose
Lindsay
Mark
Catherine
Curtiss
Christina
Soratha
Steohanie
Kari
Russell
Steven N
Valerie
Andrew
Teresa
Michael
Gael
Lyndsey
Tadd
Michelle
Walker
Christina
Adina
Claire
Claudia P
Shepard
Sheppeck
Sherfey
Shimizu
Siebert
Simard
Sinai
Sinah
Sinn
Sivakumaran
Skrivanlch
Small
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Snyder
Soltis
Somasunderam
Sorro
Spencer
Spiva
Spurchise
Sroka
Stack
Stanton
Stam
Steinbach
Stelnbelsser
Steinbera
Stelnfels
Steinheimer
Stewart
Stewart
Stoddard
Stoltz
Stone
Stones
Storm
Storm
Strain
Strona
Sugano
Sumner
Sylvester
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Susan
Alicia
Barbara
Lacie
Tana
John
Vanessa
BobbY
Wilson
Chandra
Mary Ann
Nicole
David
Heather
StefanIe K
Stephanie R
Rebecca
Linda J.
lIana
Giulio
Alison
Derrick
Lauren
Peter
Erin
Kathleen
Kristine
Kathrvn
ElWin
Amy
Jacqueline
Kate
EmmanuelS
James
Justin
Megan
Christina
Rachel
Christian
Claire
Robert
Kalina
Aya
Nicole
Richard
Talbot
Tappmever
Tavarez
Teper
Teper
Terry
Tesfai
Thiara
Thomas
Thomas
Thongma
Thormann
Thornton
Tietz
Tilston
Todd
Toofer
Toor
Touch
Tovar
Tov
Traver
Traverso
Travlor
Tretheway
Truona
Tsang
Tuchman
Tucker
Tukloff
Twiest
Tyree
Tyson
Una
Valdes
Valkevlch
Van Dyke
Van Enaers
Van Velsor
Varalli
Varaas
Varaas
Vedder
Vela
Velez
Scot
Karle
Ricardo
Mina
Vlada
Kimberlv
LuI
Balrai
Ayana
Rick
Methinee
Gabrielle
Antoinette
Katrina
Lauren
Grey
Doreen
Jasbir
Chatree
Gabriel
Cherlse
Elizabeth
VIctoria
Katrina
Jamie
Si
KwokK
Sivan
DomInique
Wendy
Sarah
DavId
Jessica
Vicky
Milzila
Jean
Emily
Max
Sarah
Marisa
Andrea
Juan
Emily
Karina
Amadls
Vera
Vieira
Villicana
Visser
Vizier
Vuona
Wade
Wallace
Walsh
Wana
Wang
Wantorek
Ward
Wamer
Waterbury
Watkins
Watson
Wax
Weaver
Weger
Weiner
Weinstein
Weis
Weiss
Wentworth
Wermuth
Wheeler
Whelan
White
Wieder
Wilks
WIlliams
Williams
Wong
Wona
Wong
Woo
Woo
Yackzan
Yam
Yamamoto
Yasuda
Yee
Yee
Yee
25
Christopher
Kristoffer
Maximiliano
Briana
Ryan
Baya
Heather
Moraan
Katherine
Mlna
Pel·Fen
Michael
Kathleen
Timothy
Janneth L
Deedra
David
Leslie
Jodie
Micah
Mairin
Lori
Aaron
Claire
Colleen
Josette
Erin
Stephanie
Adam
Sarah
Jennifer
Megan
Samuel
Elizabeth
Ellen
Sophia
Esther
Johanna
Kimberly
Helen
Michelle
Armaita
Chandra
Jennifer
Kenny
Yildlz
Yoder
Yoshilsugu
Youna
Young
Yuzbash
Zamora
Zamula
Zarate
Zavala
Zeng
Zhao
Zhao
Zoll
Zucchl
Suzan
Kenneth
Grace
Manuel
Stephanie
Irada
Laura
Annelise
Oscar
Ramon
Yi
Ann
Sandra
Ethan
James
26
APPENDIXB
Particular Kind of Services
f.
Equivalent
posltlone
Including
preparation and
travel periods
Administrative Services
Reduce Associate Superinlendent· Academlo &Professional Developmenl
Reduce Assoclale Superlnlendent - Leadership, Eqully, Achievement &Design
ReduceAssodale Superinlendent- Student Support Services
1.00
1.00
1.00
Reduce Asslslant Superintendent- Aoademlcs &Professional Development
Reduce Assistant Superintendent- Elementary School Operations
Reduce Assistant SUperintendent ,High School Operallons
1.00
3.00
1.00
Division
Total
3.00
5.00
Reduce Sr. Execullve Dlreclor - Academics &Professional Development Teaching &
Leamlno
Reduce Sr. Executive Director· Human Resources: Classroom Services
Reduce Sr. Executive Direotor - Labor Relations
Reduce Sr. Execullve Dlreolor - Student Services &Support
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
4.00
Reduce Executive Director - Academics &Professional Development Special
Educallon Services
Reduce Execullve DIrector - Allemalive Educallon Services
Reduce Execullve Director - Charter/Small School by Design
Reduce Execullve Director - Child Development Program
Reduce Execullve Director - Educallonal Placement Center
Reduce Exeoullve Dlreclor - Human Resources Certificated Operallons
Reduce Execullve Dlreclor - Leadership for Eqully
Reduce Execullve Dlreolor· Oflloe of Eqully Assurance
Reduce Exeoutive Director· Reform &Aocountablilty
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
Reduce Dlreclor - Aoademlcs &Professional Development Leeming Support &Equity
Reduce Dlreclor - Academics &Professional Development Secondary Programs
Reduce Director· Academics &Professional Development State &Federal Programs
Reduce Director· Child Development Program
Reduce Dlreclor - Human Resources Strateglo Planning
Reduce Dlreolor • Leadership, Equity, Achievement &Deslgn·Family Voice
Reduce Dlreclor - Polloy &Operallons
Reduce Direclor - Pupil Services
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
Reduce Supervisor· Aoademlcs &Professional Development AVID Program
Reduce Supervisor· Academics &Professional Development Career Technical
Educalion
Reduce Supervisor - Academics &Professional Development County &Court Schools
Reduce Supervisor. Academics &Professional Developmenl Eduoallonal Technology
Reduce Supervisor -Academics &Professional Development English Learner Support
Services
1.00
1.00
1.00
9.00
8.00
27
1.00
1.00
2.00
Total
Reduce Supervisor - Academics &Professional Development Learning Support &
EQuity
Reduce Supervisor· Academics &Professional Development Professional Learning &
Leadershlo
Reduce Supervisor - Academics &Professional Development SCreening &Assessment
Reduce Supervisor - CAHSEEISchool Operallons & Instrucllonal Support
Reduce Supervisor - Human Resources Business Analysis &Informetion Technology
Reduce Supervisor - Leadership, Equity, Achievement &Deslgn·Coachlng &
Oroanlzallonal Reform
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
12.00
Reduce Program Admlnlslrator· Academk:s & Professlonel Development BTSA
Reduce Program Administrator· Assessment &Accountability
Reduce Program Administrator· Academics &Professional Development English
Leamer Support
Reduce Program Administrator· Academics & Professional Development Master
Teacher Proaram
Reduce Program Administrator· Academk:s &Professional Development Math &
SCience
Reduce Program Administrator -Academics &Professional Development MUllillngual
Reduce Program Admlnlslrator - Acadamlcs &Professional Development Physical
Education
Reduce Program Administrator -Academics & Professional Development State &
Federal Proarams
Reduce Program Admlnlslretor - Polley &Operallons
Reduce Program Administrator - Research, Planning &Accountability: Achievement
Assessments
Reduce Program Administrator - Siudent Support Services Counseling &Social
Services
Reduce Program Administrator - Student Support Services Intervenllon
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
2.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
3.00
3.00
17.00
58.00
Reduce Child Development Sile Managers
7.00
Reduce Elementery School- Principals
Reduce Elementary SChool· Assistant Principals
31.00
11.00
7.00
42.00
Reduce Middle School- Principals
Reduce Middle School- Assistant Principals
9.00
12.00
Reduce High School- Principals
Reduce High School - Assistant Principals
11.00
24.00
21.00
35.00
105.00
Subtotal for Administrative Services
163.00
Total for Administrative Services
II.
Elementary School Program (K·8)
Reduce Computer Technology Integrallon Specialist
163.00
4.00
28
163.00
Reduce Instructional Reform Facllltalor Program
Reduce librarians
Reduce Nurses
Reduce Resource Teachers·lIteracy
Reduce Social Workers
Reduce Teacher on Special Assignment-Academic Professional Development Program
Reduce Visual Arts and Performing Arts Program·Star Initiative
SUbtotal for Elementary School Non·Classroom Programs
10.00
4.00
5.00
4.00
15.00
25.00
12.00
79.00
Reduce the Classroom Prooram as follows:
Art Proaram
Music Proaram
Physical Education
Reduce Kinder Services
Reduce 1st Grede Services
Reduce 2nd Grade Services
Reduce 3rd Grade Services
Reduce 4th Grade Services
Reduce 5th Grade Services
Subtotal for Elementary School Classroom Proarams
1.00
1.00
3.00
50.00
35.00
30.00
30.00
12.00
12.00
174.00
Total for Elementary School Programs
III.
253.00
Middle School Program
Reduce Computer Technology Integration Specialists
Reduce Counselors
Reduce Instructional Reform Facilitator Program
Reduce L1brarlens
Reduce Nurses
Reduce Social Workers
Reduce Teacher on Special Asslgnment·Academlc Professional Development Program
Reduce Teacher on Special Asslgnment·Peer Resources
Reduce Teacher on Special Assignment-Student Support Services
Subtotal for Middle School Non·Classroom Programs
2.00
7.00
5.00
4.00
2.00
3.00
15.00
2.00
2.00
42.00
Reduce the Classroom Program as follows:
Art (Secondary Level)
Dance (Secondary Level)
English (Secondary Level)
Music (Secondary Level)
Physical Education (Secondary Level)
Social SCience (Secondary Level)
Reduce 6th Grade Language Arts/SocIal StUdies Core
Reduce 7th Grade Language Arts/Social Siudies COre
Reduce 81h Grade Language Arts/Social Siudies Core
Subtotal for Middle School Classroom Proarams
5.00
1.00
10.00
5.00
2.00
10.00
11.00
11.00
11.00
66.00
Total for Middle School Programs
29
108.00
253.00
108.00
IV.
High School ServIces
Reduce Compuler Integration Technology Specialists
Reduce Counselors
Reduce Instructional Reform Facllilalor Program
Reduce librarians
Reduce Nurses
Reduce Teacher on Special Asslgnmenl·Academlc Professional Development Program
Reduce Teacher on Special Assignment·Peer Resources
Reduce Teacher on Special Asslgnment·Sludent Support Servlces
Subtotal for HIgh School Non·Classroom Programs
Reduce the Classroom Program as follows:
Art (Secondary leVel)
Canlonese (Secondary level)
English (Secondary level)
Heallh (Secondary level)
Home Economics
lIellan (Secondary level)
JROTC • Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps
MandarIn (Secondary level)
MusIc (Secondary level)
Physical Education (Secondary level)
Sodal Science (Secondary level)
Spanish (Secondary level)
Reduce Vocational Educational Programs:
1. culinary Arts
2. Hospllallly, Tourism, Recreation
3. Buildlna & Construction
4. Archlleclural Deslon
5. Finance & Business
Subtolal for High School Classroom Programs
2.00
18.00
5.00
2.00
1.00
15.00
3.00
2.00
48.00
5.00
1.00
20.00
3.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
1.00
5.00
'10.00
20.00
2.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
78.00
Total for High School Programs
V.
Core Substitute ServIces
128.00
15,00
TOTAL REDUCTIONS FOR All PROGRAMS
30
126.00
15,00
685.00
Revised PKS Resolution· Exhibit C
05111/2010
Original PKS lis
212312010
Re",'sed PKS
0511112010··.·.
I. Elementary School Program (K-ll)
Reduce ComDUIerTechnolo!lV Integration Specialist
Reduce Instructional Reform Facintator Program
Reduce Librarians
Reduce Nurses
Reduce Resource Teachers-U1eracv
Reduce Social Workers
Reduce Teacher on Special Assignment-Academic Professional Development Program
Reduce Visual Arts and Performing Arts Program-Star Initiative
·Subtcilalfor Elemenlary School No",Classroom Programs
4.00
10.00
4.00
5.00
4.00
15.00
25.00
12.00
79.00
2.60
4.50
1.00
5.00
3.90
0.00
10.00
1.00
28.00
Reduce the Classroom Program as follows:
Art Program
Music Program
Physical Education
Reduce Kinder Services
Reduce 1st Grade Services
Reduce 2nd Grade Services
Reduce 3rd Grade Services
Reduce 4th Grade Services
Reduce 5th Grade Services
·.>Sublolal fOrElelllen1arV.SchooIClassroomprOgraII1s
1.00
1.00
3.00
50.00
35.00
30.00
30.00
12.00
12.00
174.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
50.00
35.00
30.00
30.00
12.00
12.00
172.00
Particular Kind of Services
.......
e;
....
....
~
....
J
2010 05 11 PKS revised v5
1013
5111/2010 3:27 PM
Revised PKS Resolution· Exhibit C
0511112010
Original PKS #s
212312010
.Revised PKS
II. Middle School Proaram
Reduce Comouter Technoloav Inteoration Soecialists
Reduce Counselors
Reduce Instructional Reform Facil~ator Proaram
Reduce Ubrarians
Reduce Nurses
Reduce Social Workers
Reduce Teacher on Soecial AssiQlU1lent-Academic Professional Develooment Proaram
Reduce Teacher on Soecial Assionment-Peer Resources
Reduce Teacher on Special Assianment-Student Support Services
...
Sublotalfor Middle SChool Non-Classroom Programs
."
2.00
7.00
5.00
4.00
2.00
3.00
15.00
2.00
2.00
42.00
0.00
7.00
3.00
1.00
2.00
0.00
5.00
1.50
2.00
21.50
Reduce the Classroam Proaram as follows:
Art (Secondarv Leven
Dance (Secondarv Leven
Enolish (Secondarv Leven
Music (Secondarv Levell
PhvsicaI Education (Secondarv Levell
Social Science (Secondarv Leven
Reduce 6th Grade Language Arts/Social Studies Core
Reduce 7th Grade Language Arts/Social Studies Core
Reduce 8th Grade Language ArtsJSocial Studies Core
.... ..
'
Subtotal for Middle School Classroom Programs
5.00
1.00
10.00
5.00
2.00
10.00
11.00
11.00
11.00
66.00
3.00
1.00
5.00
2.20
2.00
5.00
6.50
6.00
6.00
36.70
Particular Kind of Services
.
'
2010 05 11 PKS revised v5
..
2013
0511112010
5111/2010 3:27 PM
Revised PKS Resolution - Exhibit C
05/1112010
Original PKS #s
212312010
Revise<!PKS
Particular Kind of Services
Reduce Computer Integration Technology Specialists
Reduce Counselors
Reduce Instructional Reform Facilitator Program
Reduce Ubrarians
Reduce Nurses
Reduce Teacher on Special Assignment-Academic Professional Development Program
Reduce Teacher on Soecial Assionment-Peer Resources
Reduce Teacher on Soecial Assianment-Student Suocor! Services
., Subtotal for.High School NOn'ClassroornProarams
2.00
18.00
5.00
2.00
1.00
15.00
3.00
2.00
48.00
0.00
18.00
3.00
1.00
1.00
6.00
0.52
2.00
31.52
5.00
1.00
20.00
3.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
1.00
5.00
10.00
20.00
2.00
4.70
0.00
8.00
0.00
1.00
1.40
0.00
1.00
5.00
5.00
12.00
1.90
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
78.00
1.00
1.00
0.00
1.00
1.00
44.00
15.00
15.00
05111/2010
III. High School Services
..........
Reduce the Classroom Program as follows:
Art (Secondarv Levell
Cantonese (Secondarv Levell
Enalish ISecondarv Levell
Health (Secondarv Levell
Home Economics
Italian (Secondarv Levell
JROTC - Junior Reserve Officer Trainina Corns
MandarmlSecondaryLevel)
Music (Secondary Level)
Physical Education ISecondary Level)
Social Science (Secondary Levell
Spanish (Secondary Levell
Reduce Vocational Educational Programs:
1. Culinarv Arts
2. Hosottalitv, Tourism, Recreation
3. Building & Construction
4. Architectural Design
5. Rnance & Business
.•·Stibtotal.1orHigh·.School••Classroom.Programs
IV. Core Subslitute Services
'TOTALREDUCTIONS FOR ALL PROGRAMS"
2010 05 11 PKS revised v5
3 013
......
....
502.00 -
.....
.348.72
5111120103:27 PM
Exhibit D
#105·11501
Certificated LayOff List· 2009·2010
05/11/2010
SUBJECT: ,ART
By Seniority
Name
I\ppType
Job Title
FTE
Seniority
Randolph,Asa Phillip
Emotionally Handicap Teacher
1.00 12103/2009
Naughton.Stephen Paul
Regular Classroom Teacher
0.20 11/1212009
Weinsteln,Lori M.
Regular Classroom Teacher
0.50 08119/2009
Doetch,Amanda L
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 09123/2008
Edwards,Deborah Stanley
TPR2
Regular Classroom Teacher
0.40 08125/2008
Cr8w,Lauren Blnnla
TPR2
Regular Classroom Teacher
0.60 08/20/2008
TPR2
Regular Classroom Teacher
0.40 08120/2008
TPR2
Regular Classroom Teacher
0.60 0812012008
Burke,Catherlne T.
TPR2
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 08/2012008
Archer,Megan
TPR2
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 08/2012008
----~----
Oyhrberg,Llselolle
TPR2
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 08/20/2008
EmHianowicz,Kimberly E
TPR2
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 08120/2008
Kasner,Kimberly E.
TPR2
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 08/20/2008
This list includes individuals who were displaced (i.e. "bumped") by more senior teachers who are
certificated and competent to render those services.
Certificated LayOff List - 2009-2010
5/11/2010
SUBJECT: • Core Subs
By Seniority
Name
Job Tille
FTE
------
Seniority
Stelnbelsser,Erwin
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 08124/2009
Linker,Sharon E
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 10/21/2005
O'Connor,Richard C
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 1012112005
Rosenman,David A
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 1012112005
Choy,Tlna Lee
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 0812512004
- - - - - _ .... ~_.-
---
Petercupo,Nancy
~
1.00 0812512004
----
Lemon-Jones,Kanlkah M
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 0611612004
Hamllton,Wllllam A.
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 08/30/2002
------
--Freed,Unda Ann
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 08126/2002
Gutierrez,Dante
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 08121/2002
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 0812311999
Fox,Dennls Wayne
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 01/07/1992
Markarlan,Danlel J
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 1111411990
SoIUs,L1nda J.
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 10/19/1987
Podhoreckl,Mark E
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 09/10/1980
Dolgln,Stephen M
-------
-----
-~---~.. ~ - - - - - - - -
----
This list includes individuals who were displaced (i.e. "bumped") by more senior teachers who are
certificated and competent to render those services.
Certificated LayOff List· 2009-2010
05/11/2010
SUBJECT: .. COUNSELOR
By Seniority
Name
_~l'Type
Job Title
_
-------------
FTE
Seniority
Hamdard,Shawn
ADM
Program Administrator
1.00 07/0112010
Adisa,Karimah N.
TPR1
Counselor
1.00 10121/2009
Sendejo,Christina
TPR1
Counselor
1.00 1011412009
~~-
-~~~~~~-
Jordheim,Jenna L.
TPR1
Counselor
1.00 0912212009
Ouyang,Jlan Fu
TPR1
- - - - - - ------TPR1
Cheng,Lance lew
Counselor
1.00 08131/2009
Counselor
1.00 0811912009
De Bruln,Jessica Dawn
TPR1
Counselor
1.00 0811912009
Carrera,Jose A.
TPR1
Head Counselor
1.00 0811912009
Kumar,Sandeep ViJay
TPR1
Counselor
1.00 0811912009
---
---
~----
----- -
---------
Berensteln-SlbleY,Clndy
TPR1
Counselor
0.50 0811912009
SherfeY,Barbara S
IT
Counselor
1.00 0811912009
Hoang,Ly Mal
IT
Counselor
0.50 0811912009
Castro,Marianella
TPR1
Counselor
1.00 0811912009
Hogan,Heather A
TPR1
Counselor
1.00 0311612009
Smith,Heather L
TPR1
Counselor
Colvln,Jesstca Stein
TPR1
Counselor
1.00 12/0112008
TPR1
Counselor
0.50 1110412008
TPRl
Counselor
0.50 11104/2008
Lee,Christlne Maiko
TPR1
Counselor
1.00 1110312008
Hayes,Tara J.
TPR2
Counselor
1.00 1011412008
Weger, Micah D.
TPR2
Counselor
1.00 1010112008
-------- ~ - - - - - - - -
TPR2
0.30 0912912008
Counselor
TPR2
Counselor
--
_
.
~
..
_
_
~
TPR2
-
Doyle,Mariena D
1.00 0112012009
-------
•... ,
0.70 09129/2008
1.00 09125/2008
----------
Tovar,Gabrlel A.
TPR2
Counselor
1.00 0912212008
Sass,Russell J
TPR2
Counselor
1.00 0911712008
Boran,Candace R
TPR2
Counselor
1.00 0812512008
Jones-Davls,Taffany L
TPR2
Head Counselor
1.00 0812012008
This list includes individuals who were displaced (i.e. "bumped") by more senior teachers who are
certificated and competent to render those services.
Certificated LayOff List· 2009·2010
05/11/2010
SUBJECT: "CTIS
By Seniority
Name
AppType
Chubin.Wayne W.
Job Title
TPR1
FTE ;S:~Qiorlty.
Technical Resource Tch
1.00 09122/2009
Regular Classroom Teacher
0.20 0112112009
Regular Classroom Teacher
0040 01121/2009
Curriculum Technology Integrat
1.00 0812512008
--
(~J~9,~~J§,~r:~"~2R~~r~~S:) ;:L~<l TPR1
---
TPR1
.-"-~~~~~-
KamenY,Susan Ruth
TPR2
~-'-'-"'''~~~~~~~
This list includes Individuals who were displaced (I.e. "bumped") by more senior teachers who are
certificated and competent to render those services.
Certificated LayOff List· 2009·2010
05/11/2010
SUBJECT: • DANCE
By Seniority
Name
Job Title
AppType
--{;~~~~;~~~ -------
~
TPR2
TPR2
-
FTE
Seniority
Regular Classroom Teacher
0,40 12103/2007
Regular Classroom Teacher
0.60 1210312007
- -',.--_ ..-' -
This list Includes Individuals who were displaced (I.e. "bumped") by more senior teachers who are
certificated and competent to render those services.
Certificated LayOff List· 2009-2010
0511112010
SUSJECT:-ENGLISH
Sy Seniority
Name
App!ype
Job Title
.
FTE
Seniority
..... -
_._-~_.,
-~
Ludwig,Rose Thomas
IT
Regular Classroom Teacher
Dave,Mlnaut! P
TPR1
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 01/06/2010
TPRl
Regular Classroom Teacher
0.60 12107/2009
TPRl
Regular Classroom Teacher
0.20 12107/2009
Aaland,Jessalyn Christine
TPR1
Regular Classroom Teacher
0.60 11/1612009
Patrone,Jason Giancarlo
TPRl
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 08119/2009
Curtin,Jennlfer R
TPR1
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 08119/2009
Flx,Jacqueline Rose
TPR1
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 08119/2009
Wade,Heather Jean
TPR2
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 03/23/2009
Fanning,Kevin P
TPR1
Splva,Derrick D.
TPR1
Yoder,Kenneth A
TPRl
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 11/1212008
Schlff,Gaer
TPR1
1.00 10/20/2008
Lowry,Bryan T
TPR2
Regular Classroom Teacher
. . . . _ . ._ - - - - - Regular Classroom Teacher
-------------- 1.00 01/21/2009
Classroom Teacher
0.60 01/20/2009
._-_Regular
....
-_._-- _._- ._--..._- ------- ..... _ - - - _ . _ - -
Novack,Ryan Arthur
TPR2
1.00 02116/2010
-
-- ......
'
..
1.00 08/20/2008
_---------
Regular Classroom Teacher
. . . .-
---._ .. - _ . _ - -
1.00 08/20/2008
This list includes individuals who were displaced (i.e. "bumped") by more senior teachers who are
certificated and competent to render those services.
Certificated LayOff List· 2009·2010
05/11/2010
SUBJECT::.·HOME.ECONOMICS
By Seniority
Name
Lee,Cassandra
AppType
TPER
Job Title
Regular Classroom Teacher
.~------_._
....
_..
FTE
~eniorlly
1.00 0910811981
This list includes Individuals who were displaced (i.e. "bumped") by more senior teachers who are
certificated and competent to render those services.
Certificated LayOff List - 2009·2010
05/11/2010
SUBJECT:dRF
By Seniority
Name
AppType
Chan,Esther
FiE Seniority
Job Title
TPR1
InstructionalReformFacilitator
1.00 09125/2009
----Twlest,Sarah Elizabeth
TPR1
InstructionalReformFacllltator
1.00 08119/2009
Mln,Helen Okee
TPR1
InslructionalReformFacilltator
1.00 08119/2009
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~ --~~~- - - - - -
Esoldo,Anthony Carlo
InstructionalRefonnFacilltator
TPR1
-~~
1.00 08119/2009
-----~
~--~ -~~~~-~--
Simard,John R.
TPR1
InstructIonalReformFacilltator
1.00 08119/2009
Young,Stephanie Yuke Hoang
TPR1
InstructlonalReformFacllltator
1.00 08117/2009
-----------~---------------------
Kotleba,Sarah A.
TPR1
InstructlonalReformFacilitator
Akram,Susan M
TPR1
InstructJonalReformFacilitator
~
~------~.-
1.00 0112812009
---------_._-----
------~---
1.00 01120/2009
-~--~~----~
Kaloustlan,Suzy D.
TPR1
InstructJonalReformFacilitator
1.00 01/09/2009
Gordon-Risz,Amy Beth
TPR2
InstructlonalReformFacilltator
0.50 10116/2008
Herrera,Mark N
TPR2
InstructionalReformFacilltator
1.00 08120/2008
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SUBJECm:';,ITAt.IAN·
By Seniority
__ ~~.~~~~_"_~~_. __ ~.
AppType
Job Title
[R:~Iff?J,Je9}t®[~-~'MI(:j1~jI~iN])
TPR1
Regular Classroom Teacher
Nevls,Amella R
IT
Regular Classroom Teacher
0.40 0811912009
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SUBJEGT:-,L1B,RARIAN'
By Seniority
_ _ _ _--=-:N=am"'e"-
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _'---FT..E'---"'l3.
e.ni91i!L.
--=-:Ap"p"'T'-'-y'::pe"-
-----=Job Tille
Pettiford,Ralph G
TPR2
librarian
1.00 09/22/2008
Adams,Dana H
TPR2
Oison.Kathryn K.
TPR1
Librarian
1_00 08/2212007
-----
_
----------,----------librarian
1_00 11/0712007
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SUBJECT: "MANIilARIN
By Seniority
Name
_ _ _ _ AppType
Job Title
LU,Vlctoria
TPR1
Regular Classroom Teacher
lIu,Yang
TPR1
Regular Classroom Teacher
0.40 0811912009
LU,Klm Shao Xia
TPR2
Regular Classroom Teacher
0.20 09/02/2008
----------~---
_._-- .. _ - - - -
------------------
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05/11/2010
SUBJECT: - MULTIPLE SUBJECT
By Seniority
AppType
Name
ADM
Newfing,Mary-Loulse
~~~-
_______.
Job TIlle
.FT.~
Seniority
SupervIsor
1.00 07/0112010
-~~~~-
Ervin,Stephanie Marie
ADM
Supervisor
1.00 07/01/2010
Pettiford,Helen Agriplna
ADM
Supervisor
1.00 07/0112010
Zavala,Ramon Ricardo
ADM
Supervisor
1.00 07/0112010
Northup,HarvestAnn
TPR1
Learn Hdcp Resource Specialist
0.40 0210812010
Sasada,Kari
TPR1
Program Specialist
1.00 01/04/2010
-~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~-~~~~~~_.~~~---_.--
Zarate,Oscar Humberto
TPR1
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 11/30/2009
Fatemi,Kian B.
TPR1
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 11/23/2009
Toor,Jasbir Andrea Kaur
TPRl
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 11/23/2009
Portlllo,lsmael
TPR1
Bilingual Classroom Teacher
1.00 09/29/2009
Aseverely Handicap Teacher
1.00 09/2312009
~~~~
Stelnbach,Kathryn Ann
~~~--~~~--~~~-
Kenny,Li Ping
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 09/21/2009
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 09/18/2009
-~--~~~~~~~~-_
.._.-.--
Miller,Monfca M.
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 09/15/2009
Traver,Elizabeth A
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 09/09/2009
Regular Classroom Teacher
0.50 09/0212009
Stoltz,Megan Ann
--._--_.-
Law,Benjamln S.
Chan,ChrisUna Shau Len
TPR1
-
---
_
•..
~~~~--~~~_.~~~~-
TPR1
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 09/01/2009
TPR1
Eld Classroom Teacher
0.50 08/24/2009
~~~~~~~~~~-
Eros,Rebecca Steeby
TPR1
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 08/19/2009
Whelan,Stephanle Beth
TPR1
Eld Classroom Teacher
0.20 08/1912009
Woo,Johanna Hua
TPR1
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 08/1912009
Le,Jacqueline
TPR1
Title 1 Class Size Reducllon
1.00 0811912009
TPR1
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 08/1912009
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 08/1912009
~~~~
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Muller,Kathryn E
McGlrr,Heather
TPR1
-----~
_._----.-
Brennan,Molly Caitlin
IT
Eld Classroom Teacher
1,00 08/1912009
King,Denise Faye Manaols
TPR1
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 08/1912009
Dinapoli,Usa Angela
TPR1
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 08/19/2009
.-----------
~~-
Helmers,Jesslca Anne
IT
Regular Classroom Teacher
1,00 08/19/2009
Barton,James David
IT
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 08119/2009
McClaln,Mary S
TPR1
EJd Classroom Teacher
1.00 08/19/2009
Regular Classroom Teacher
0.40 0811912009
Regular Classroom Teacher
0.50 08/19/2009
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05/11/2010
SUBJECT: "MULTIPLE SUBJECT
By Seniority
Name
AppType
Monaghan,Josephlne Pearl
TPR1
Byrd Jr.,Dennls Nathaniel
IT
Job Title
FTE
Eld Classroom Teacher
Senlorll}'
1.00 08119/2009
1.00 08119/2009
0.50 0811912009
0.50 08/19/2009
Nankln,lIana Deborah
1.00 0811912009
Harrington,A111son NIcole
~~~
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 08119/2009
Becker,Brian Adam
IT
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 08119/2009
Hinckley,Colette J.
IT
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 08119/2009
~~~~~~~-
Stones,Rachel Esther
IT
RegUlar Classroom Teacher
1.00 08119/2009
Iwanlsch,Rebecca A.
TPR1
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 08119/2009
Truong,Si TIen
TPR1
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 08119/2009
Yacl<zan,Klmberly Christine
TPR1
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 08119/2009
~~~~~~-
Corda,Helana Marle
IT
1.00 08/19/2009
Thongma,Methlnee
TPR1
1.00 08/19/2009
Frazee,Julie K
TPR1
Eld Classroom Teacher
Stelnberg,Amy Emily
IT
Regular Classroom Teacher
~~~~~
1.00 08/19/2009
1.00 08/1912009
..
~~~-
-
--------_.~~~
Leofantl,Carolyn
TPR1
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 0811912009
McDanlel,Tamara Lyn
TPR1
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 08/19/2009
--._--~~- ~~~-
~--
Abdelhamld,Rahlma
TPER
Eld Classroom Teacher
Sinai,Vanessa S.
TPR1
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 08/19/2009
1.00 08/19/2009
-~~-~~~~~~~-
~~~~~
Garcla,Luclane V.
TPR1
Rodriguez,Molly Ruth
TPER
Regular Classroom Teacher
~~~~-
~~~-
-------
-- --------
------
1.00 08119/2009
RegUlar Classroom Teacher
0.50 08119/2009
-----------~~~~~-
Kuhr,Jennlfer
ADM1
Assistant Principal Middle Sch
1.00 07101/2009
Sanchez,Mark
ADM1
Prindpal Mfddle School
1.00 04/1812009
Koehler,Uana M
TPR1
1.00 02117/2009
------ ~ ~ - --------~---------
~~-
Martllng,Casey Ray
TPR1
Eld Classroom Teacher
_. Eld Classroom Teacher
Bost\YIck,Katherine R
TPR1
Eld Classroom Teacher
~~~--~---
~~~~-
1.00 02117/2009
0.50 01/20/2009
~~~~~
--
McKeever,Amy D.
TPR1
Efd Classroom Teacher
1.00 01/20/2009
lal,Marissa T.
TPR1
Efd Classroom Teacher
0.50 01/0512009
Nguyen,Mai-Tien Viet
TPR1
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 01/05/2009
Yoshltsugu,Grace
TPR1
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 01/05/2009
Braxton,Anthony James
ADM1
~~~-
-----Assistant Principal Middle Sch
1.00 12119/2008
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SUBJECT: FMULTIPLESUBJECT
By Seniority
Name
AppType
Gonzalez,Alicia M
ADMl
Geiges,Emlly A.
A1almo,Molly Jo E.
Job Title
FTE
Seniority
Principal Elementary
1.00 12101/2008
TPRl
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 11/03/2008
TPR2
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 09/05/2008
Pre}ean,Masharika S.
TPR2
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 08120/2008
Massey,Nlcole M
TPR2
Regular Classroom Teacher
Maybaum,Natalle Suzanne
TPR2
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 08120/2008
Sarith,Soratha Mom
TPR2
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 08120/2008
1,00 08/20/2008
----
- _._-------_._--
1.00 08120/2008
-----
.............
---
..
_----
- - - - - - . - - _ .....
Howell.Kristen Mary
TPR2
Regular Classroom Teacher
Fewell,Wllllam H
TPRl
Eld Classroom Teacher
1,00 08120/2008
----
----,,~-----------
Erickson,Brittany N
TPR2
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 08120/2008
Mullin,Kellie Amber
TPR2
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 08/20/2008
Perklss,Evan Michael Haynes TPR2
Eld Classroom Teacher
..
......- .. _- _.. - - - - - - TPR2
Palarca,Hansel Santos
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 08120/2008
1.00 08/2012008
Nocedal,Marfa Lourdes Santla
TPR2
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 08/20/2008
Djcharry,Elise Noelle
TPR2
Regular Classroom Teacher
TPR2
Eld Classroom Teacher
TPR2
Eld Classroom Teacher
-
_. . . . _ - . - -
Mousakhanl,Sepldeh
............._ - - - - - - - - -
--------
Nakamoto,Galina
1.00 08/20/2008
..._ - - - - - -
1.00 08/20/2006
1.00 0812012008
- - - - - - -- ....
Nelson,Vanessa A
TPR2
Eld Classroom Teacher
Casallas,Edwin YesJd
TPR2
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 08/20/2008
Shaplro,Adina Beth
TPR2
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 08/20/2008
Valkevlch,Jean M.
TPR2
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 0812012008
Proctor,Nlchoias R.
IT
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 06/2012008
Rankln,Robert K
IT
Riggs,KeJli Anlla
TPR2
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 08/20/2008
......--_ ... - - - - - ~
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 08/20/2008
Imperato,Matthew T
TPR2
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 0812012008
Marcoccio,Margaret Lusk
TPR2
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 08/20/2008
Donovan,KalUln E
TPR2
ESL Teacher
RlleY,Dylan A
TPR2
-----
-- . .-
1.00 08/2012008
_._.__ -..
--------
-----
Eld Classroom Teacher
---.
Agulao,L1ndsay S.
...
_._....
Carrillo,ChrlsUna Elaine
TPR2
1,00 08120/2008
--------
Eld Classroom Teacher
---~ . . . . . .
TPR2
1.00 08/20/2008
... _ - - - - - - - - -
_-_
1.00 08120/2008
.....- - - , , - -
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 08120/2008
..-_.. --- - -_ .....-1.00 08120/2008
"-
Salva,Asuncion Tolentino
TPR2
Bilingual Classroom Teacher
Longnecker,Michael G.
TPR2
Regular Classroom Teacher
-_
--
1.00 08/20/2008
..
_---
.. --- . _ - - - -
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05/11/2010
SUBJECT: ."MULl'IPLESUBJECT
By Seniority
Name
AppType
FTE
Job Title
Seniority
Sroka,Peter C.
TPR2
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 08120/2008
Black,Jesslca A
TPR2
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 0812012008
Dawn Gonzales French,Sunn
TPR2
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 08120/2008
Iwaszewicz,Elizabeth AJexand
TPR2
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 08120/2008
GarreU,Martin Matthew
TPR2
Technical Resource Tch
1.00 08120/2008
Testal,Lul H.
TPR2
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 08120/2008
Sugano,Aya
TPR2
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 08120/2008
Keane,Kristln Nlchole
TPR2
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 08120/2008
Rounkle,Lauren Elizabeth
TPR2
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 08120/2008
Frost,Danlel B
TPR2
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 08120/2008
TPR2
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 0812012008
Abernathy,Karena Michelle
TPR2
Eld Classroom Teacher
Spencer.AJlson McClure
TPR2
Eld Classroom Teacher
Walsh,Katherine M.
TPR2
Eld Classroom Teacher
Grande,Emlly Theresa
._-.
----
1.00 08/2012008
---_ .. -._~" - - - 1.00 0812012008
1.00 08120/2008
---
~--_.. - - - - -
Strain,Robert M.
TPR2
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 08120/2008
Strong,Katlna LaIne
TPR2
Equity Release Teacher
0.50 08120/2008
Welss,Clalre Auburn
TPR2
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 08120/2008
Prlngle-Dressler,Rachael Kath
TPR2
ntle 1 Class Size Reduction
1.00 08120/2008
Evans,Rebekah Phyllis
TPR2
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 0812012008
Cortez,Karen T.
TPR2
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 08120/2008
Tletz,Katrina L.
TPR2
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 08120/2008
Criswell,Margaret A.
TPR2
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 08120/2008
Huang,Jesslca Nicole
TPR2
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 08120/2008
Peoples,Tracy Michele
ADM1
Assistant Principal High Sch.
1.00 08120/2008
La,Bonnie W.
ADM1
Princfpal Elementary
1.00 08120/2008
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---------
---- - - _ .._ - - - - -
,,--
-~--_._--
Ugh,Cassandra Alys
--
- - " --~------
- -
TPR2
1.00 08120/2008
Gerble,Davld John
Regular Classroom Teacher
---TPR2
Eld Classroom Teacher
Ina,Gecfly S.
TPR2
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 08120/2008
Houseman,Nora S.
TPR2
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 08120/2008
Mattice,Steven Patrick
TPR2
Biggs,Sarah Jean
TPR2
1.00 08/20/2008
----
1.00 0812012008
1.00 08118/2008
-Yee,Jennlfer
TPR2
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 04/01/2008
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SUBJECT: "MULTIf'LE.SUBJECT
By Seniority
FiE Seniority
1.00 0311 0/2008
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 03/03/2008
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 02119/2008
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 01/0212008
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 12103/2007
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 12103/2007
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 10129/2007
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 1012212007
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 09/17/2007
- - - - _ .._._._._-
--------------_._---._----------
Pon,Chrlstfna K
TPER
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 09/1712007
Stewart,James J
TPER
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 0812712007
Todd.Grey Chrtstopher
TPER
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 08127/2007
Zolt,Ethan
TPER
Noguchl,Yukart
TPER
RegUlar Classroom Teacher
--_._ .•..
Eld Classroom Teacher
- _._- _._. - - - Regular Classroom Teacher
-----------_.
-_.
__
HO,Vlctor Sool Beng
TPER
_.
. _ ~ . _ -
Newton,Sarah Maria
__
1.00 08/2212007
1.00 0812212007
1.00 0812212007
._---------
Eld Classroom Teacher
TPER
Gonzales,L1ndsay Ann
TPER
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 0812212007
-1.00 0812212007
Arinwine,Anthony Glenn
- - •..• - -.---_ .. __....•. ---.-
TPER
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 0812212007
Watklns,Deedra G.
TPER
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 0812212007
-----_...
--~._--
------- - - - - - Weaver,Jodle M. Barber
TPER
_. - - - - - - . - -
Regular Classroom Teacher
Frandle,Jody Faith
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 08/2212007
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 08/2212007
1.00 0812212007
...
TPER
----_._----
---~~
Mahto,Shlrvan Christopher
TPER
---McCall.Russell C.
TPER
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 0812212007
Moore,Christopher Leonard
TPER
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 0812212007
Cavagnaro,Rebecca L.
TPER
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 08/2212007
Tappmeyer,Karle Baum
TPER
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 0812212007
Chen,Sylvla Pon
TPER
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 08/2212007
Hunt,Jacklyn Lisa
TPER
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 08/2212007
Hamilton,Anna Jane Phan Thi
TPER
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 08/2212007
Hammond,Sarah Beth
TPER
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 08/2212007
Hoelscher,Tina
TPER
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 08/2212007
MaJka,Angela Jean
TPER
ESUBllingual Teacher
1.00 08/2212007
---
---"---
-----
- - - -
.---_.. -.- ... _ - - _ .. -_._--
- - _ . - . - - - -----_.
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certificated and competent to render those services.
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05/11/2010
SUBJECT: • MULTIPLE SUBJECT
By Seniority
AppType
Name
._---
Thomton,Antoinette Nicole
..--.,,'-- ._-_ ..
~-_
..
.~~--_
..
_-
Eld Classroom Teacher
..
'"
Bryant,Shannon E.
TPER
Oahm,Emlly W.
.~._--_
1.00 0812212007
_-
Eld Classroom Teacher
-----_.
__
._-~_.
1.00 0812212007
__ ... -
TPER
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 0812212007
TPER
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 0812212007
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 0812212007
TPER
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 0812212007
TPER
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 0812212007
___
·
.
·
_
~
~
o
Drum,Michael John
..__
ElmansQuml,Delrdre Arlene
TPER
----------- -
Plack,Leah
A1garfn·Tangeman,Hope
-_._-,. -
0
..
---------
- --------,._--
Brtggs,Sluart Oavld
~~-_
-"
_--""-
TPER
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 0812212007
1.00 0812212007
-----
',-"-----_._-
_ _ • _ _ •••
Valdes,Mltzlla
TPER
Regular Classroom Teacher
SafVer,Stephanle
TPER
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 08/2212007
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 08/2212007
. _ -_ _ _ _ _ _ 0 .
--' _ _ _ _ _ _ 0
_
~
_
.
,
-
Eld Classroom Teacher
._----
_
TPER
.
TenY,Klmberly Ann
_
TPER
-
Kasper,Catherlne D.
-
.~o
~~~~~_~.c.F=TE. Seniority
Job Title
TPER
1.00 0812212007
.• _.,-
RegUlar Classroom Teacher
1.00 0812212007
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 0812212007
Reld,Mark J.
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 08/2212007
Slelnhelmer,Kaie Shertdan
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 0812212007
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 0812212007
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 0812212007
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 0812212007
TPER
Ortando,Corey B
---
Chlarchlaro,Jesslca A
..
--~
_-----
TPER
Muldoon,Mary Courtney
TPER
Knlght,Marlah Joann
TPER
--------
. . . . -~--~~_._-~-_.
Lam,Douglas W
TPER
-----
------~
Bass,Stephen L
TPER
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 0812212007
-----~
Vargas,Juan M
TPR2
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 0812212007
Sambrone,Amber E
TPER
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 0812212007
Y1ldlz,Suzan F.
TPER
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 0812212007
Lee,AmyS
TPER
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 0812212007
Mullin,ErikE
TPRZ
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 0812212007
Harris,Yukendra Louise
TPER
Eld Classroom Teacher
.~
1.00 0812212007
-
_ _0 _ 0
°
Laurence,leslle Shayna
TPER
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 0812212007
Moless,Jennlfer Joan
TPER
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 0812212007
Levfen,Zareen Anjall Poonen
TPER
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 0812212007
Avlla,Peler Anthony
AOM1
Principal Elementary
1.00 0812212007
Casey,Angela M.
TPER
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 0812212007
Van Velsor,Sarah F.
TPER
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 08120/2007
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05/11/2010
SUBJECT:-MULTIPLE SUBJECT
By Seniority
Name
_ _-cNguyen,Blch Thl
Falgenbaum,Deborah Helene
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AppType
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Job Title
._.
FTE :Sj;nlorlly
:.:.-:...w:="'-
TPER
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 06/0612007
ADM3
Prindpal Elementary
0.50 07/01/2007
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05/11/2010
SUBJECT: ~MUSIC
By Seniority
Name
Moore,Stephen A.
Young,Manuel R.
Gross,A1mee Elizabeth
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1.00 01/0812009
TPR2
Music Teacher
0.50 10/06/2008
TPR2
Music Teacher
0.40 10/06/2008
TPR2
Music Teacher
0.60 08/20/2008
TPR2
Music Teacher
0.40 08/20/2008
TPR2
Music Teacher
1.00 08/20/2008
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Sakura,Aiko
TPR2
Music Teacher
0.70 08/20/2008
BabJera,DJuna Ecarma
TPR2
Music Teacher
0.80 08/20/2008
IT
Music Teacher
0.60 08/20/2008
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-._.... __ ..
IT
Regular Classroom Teacher
_.~~
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020 08/20/2008
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certificated and competent to render those services.
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05/11/2010
SUBjECT: ,NURSE
By Seniority
Name
. . . .'_"'_ Ap"'p:..:T"'yp':.:e:.....____
Job Tille
___ .-£..~~" _~~~cniority_~
Lam,Rebecca
TPR1
Nurse
1.00 08119/2009
Mansfleld,Deborah I.
TPR1
Nurse
1.00 08119/2009
Evenhouse,Genevieve
TPR1
Nurse
Satow,Valerle Olivia
TPR2
Nurse
1.00 08120/2008
Nickelson,Yolanda Manley
TPR2
Nurse
1.00 08120/2008
Ward,Kathleen E
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1.00 02109/2009
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1.00 08120/2008
Nurse
__TPR2
..._ - _ . _ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - _......_-
Barbary,Mlchelle Bernadette
TPR2
Nurse
1.00 08120/2008
Preyer-Watts,Mary~Mlchael
TPER
Nurse
1.00 1012212007
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05/11/2010
SUBJECT:" PE
By Seniority
Name
AppType
Olson,Roger SU9
TPR1
Job Title
__ .. _.__..._.I'TE Seniority
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 08/19/2009
Coleman,Rashalda Nicole
TPR1
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 08119/2009
KawaJl,Darren Anthony
TPR1
Eld Classroom Teacher
1.00 08119/2009
Papagnl,John D.
TPR1
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 01105/2009
AtlawaY,Matthew Wade
TPR1
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 11/13/2008
TPR2
Regular Classroom Teacher
0.60 0911512008
Regular Classroom Teacher
0.40 09/15/2008
TPR2
- - - ' - - - - - ' - - - - --- - - ,
Atklnson,Emlly A
TPR2
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Noone,Kyle Quinlan
TPR2
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1.00 08120/2008
1.00 08120/2008
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05/11/2010
SU!3JECT:.·.RE:SOl:l.RCE/LiTERACY
By Seniority
Name
Koblenz,Patricia Ann
AppType_
TPR1
Job Title
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Bilingual Classroom Teacher
._~---~-- ~
FTE
lieniority
1.00 0811912009
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Collett,Jennlfer Marfe
TPR2
Literacy Specialist
0.40 0811912009
Teper,Vlada
TPR1
Literacy Specialist
0.50 08119/2009
Literacy Specialist
1.00 0811912009
------Skrivanlch,Mary Ann
TPR1
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Spurchlse,lauren Beth
TPER
Literacy Specialist
0.74 08/2212007
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05/11/2010
SUBJECT:<'-SOCIALSCIENCE
By Seniority
Name
AppType
Seligson,Walker K
Job Title
FTE
Seniority
TPR1
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 10/0812009
Arabia,Hugo Boris
ADM1
Assistant Prlncipal High Sch.
1.00 09/0812009
Altshuler,Dana S
TPR1
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 08/19/2009
TPR1
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 08/19/2009
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---Li,Katie Vue Sum
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_
Coghlan.Palrick F
TPR1
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 08119/2009
Delgado,Chela M.
TPR1
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 08/1912009
Hfgglnbotham,Andre R
TPR2
Regular Classroom Teacher
Glasser,NichoJas R.
TPR2
Regular Classroom Teacher
MagsanaY,Matihew S.
TPR2
Regular Classroom Teacher
Jemlgan,Douglas Stuart
TPR2
Regular Classroom Teacher
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--~--
_. -_.- ..
-
-
1.00 10/08/2008
------1.00 09/1512008
1.00 08125/2008
-- -_._---_._-1.00 08120/2008
~-
•• _o
Regular Classroom Teacher
Un9.V1cky
1.00 08120/2008
0.60 0812012008
0.40 08/20/2008
Jazayerl,Nader
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 0812012008
.~----
Ly.Loan Kim
TPR2
Regular Classroom Teacher
Amador,Omar
TPR2
Regular Classroom Teacher
- - - - _ . ---_ ... _.
-- - - - - - - - - TPR2
Tyson,Jessica L.
.
Regular Classroom 'feacher
1.00 0812012008
...
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ADM1
1.00 08/20/2008
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Lepe,Sylvla Esther
1.00 0812012008
_ - - _._--
Principal Elemenlary
' - - -
1.00 08/13/2008
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05/1112010
SUBJECT:·. SPANISH
By Seniority
_ _ _ _ _~Na=me
AppType
Cuevas-Antillon,Jorge Arnalda ADM
Job Title
FTE
Seniority~.,,-. _ _
Supervisor
1.00 0710112010
Regular Classroom Teacher
1.00 01125/2010
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Ruiz,Luda M
ET
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Certificated LayOff List· 2009·2010
0511112010
SUBJECT:-TSA APD
By Seniority
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certificated and competent to render those services.
Certificated LayOff List - 2009·2010
05/11/2010
SUBJECT: -TSAPEERRESOURCES
By Seniority
Name
AppType
Job Tille
FTE ls~iili?(ltY,
Jupiter·Jones,Annle
TPR1
Peer Resource Teacher
0.50 11/30/2009
Bjorklund,Amelia Beth
TPR1
1.00 08119/2009
Brown,Gregory Paul
TPR2
Peer Resource Teacher
.-..
_.
Peer Resource Teacher
_._--_ ..
~-._--._-
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0.75 10120/2008
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certificated and competent to render those services.
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05/11/2010
iSUBJECT:· TSASSS
By Seniority
Name
---------
AppType
Job Tille
:s.~:rllority
. _FTE
-
Rlsl,Brian Andrew
TPR2
Teacher Special Assign
1.00 08120/2008
VieJra,Krisloffer
TPR2
Teacher Spedal Assign
1.00 08120/2008
Dvorak,Jeffrey P
TPR2
Teacher Spedal Assign
1.00 03/03/2008
Archer.Marylynn Ruth
TPR2
leacher Special Assign
1.00 0112412008
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05/11/2010
SUBJECT:-VOCATIONAL ARCHITECTURAL
By Seniority
Name
Olmedo,Cynthla I.
ApI'T~~
TPER
Job TIlle
Regular Classroom Teacher
FTE Seniority
1.00 09/1212005
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certificated and competent to render those services.
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05/11/2010
SUaJl:CT:·VOC,t\TIOfll,t\LCUPfIlf\RY
ay Seniority
Name
Lee,Sharon
AppType
TPER
~~-<-~~-
Job Title
FTE Seniority
<~~---<~~~--'---'-~=-:-~
Regular Classroom Teacher
0.60 0911812006
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certificated and competent to render those services.
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05/11/2010
SUBJECT: .VQCATIONALFIr-/;t\NQEi&!B
By Seniority
_ _ _N",ame
Wong, Ellen H.
. . _~pType
ADM1
Job Title
Assistant Principal High Sch.
HE Seniority .
1.00 0812512004
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certificated and competent to render those services.
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05/11/2010
SUBJECT: • VOCA1110f\lAL..HOSPlirALlTY
By Seniority
_ _ _ _ ~~.!___._.__.
Cravens,A11ce M
App~yP_e
TPR1
J_o_b_T_ltI_e_ _
__..
Regular Classroom Teacher
F!E_. Seniority
1_00 0811912009
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certificated and competent to render those services.

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