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CERRITOS COLLEGE
BOARD BOOK
SEPTEMBER 7, 2011
CERRITOS COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
AGENDA FOR THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
CHERYL A. EPPLE BOARD ROOM
SEPTEMBER 7, 2011
6:00 P.M.
I.
CALL TO ORDER
II.
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
III.
APPROVAL OF MINUTES
**
IV.
A.
Regular Meeting of August 10, 2011
INSTITUTIONAL PRESENTATIONS
V.
A.
Recognition of Classified Employee of the Month
B.
Captioning Grant Presentation
PUBLIC PRESENTATIONS
The Cerritos College Board of Trustees welcomes public comment on issues
within the jurisdiction of the College. Comments should be limited to five (5)
minutes per speaker and twenty (20) minutes per topic if there is more than one
speaker. At the conclusion of public comment, the Board may ask staff to review
a matter or may ask that a matter be put on a future agenda. Members of the
Board, however, may not discuss or take legal action on matters raised during
public comment unless the matters are properly noticed for discussion and legal
action. Finally, be advised that college personnel and processes are available
for further communication.
VI.
APPROVAL AND/OR RATIFICATION OF CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS
**
A.
Acceptance of Gifts
**
B.
Textbook Adoptions for Fall 2011
**
C.
Use of Volunteers for the Student Success Centers
**
D.
Perkins/VTEA Grant Honorarium
**
E.
Change Order #1 (Bid #0809-04), Vigilant Insurance Company, Auto
Technology Modernization and Addition
**
F.
Change Order #2 (Bid #0910-03), Hanan Construction Co., Fencing
**
G.
Change Order #5 (Bid #0910-05), Bayley Construction, Facilities and
Purchasing Complex
**
H.
Quarterly Fiscal Status Report for the Quarter Ending June 30, 2011
**
I.
Contracts
Lease
AMENDMENT
1. Chicago Harv’s
Assignment of Contract
Purchasing
License
RENEWAL
2. Foundation for California Community Colleges (FCCC)
Computerland of Silicon Valley
Information Technology
Services
AMENDMENT
3. California Department of Education
California State Preschool Program
Health Occupations
4. IDS Group
Gymnasium Seismic Retrofit
Business Services
**
J.
Resignation(s) Accepted by the President/Superintendent
**
K.
Employment of Full-Time, First-Year Contract (Probationary), Hourly,
and/or Substitute Faculty Employee(s):
Lovejoy, Nicole, Instructor (English), @ B-3 ($53,072.00/annual), 10School Month Contract, effective August 15, 2011
**
L.
Employment of Temporary and/or Substitute Hourly Faculty Personnel, as
needed for 2011-2012 Academic Year
**
M.
Employment of 2011 Summer Session Faculty Personnel
**
N.
Employment of Classified, Short-Term, Substitute, and/or Student Hourly
Personnel
**
O.
Declaration of an Emergency Situation to Fill a Vacant Administrative
Position
VII.
VIII.
ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS
**
A.
Information Item: Coordinating Committee Minutes (May 9, 2011)
**
B.
Information Item: Associated Student Cerritos College (ASCC) Financial
Report for the Period Ending June 30, 2011
**
C.
Presentation and Consideration of Approval of the Adopted Budget for the
2011-12 Fiscal Year
**
D.
Consideration of Approval of Naming of Facilities – Dean Paige Foyer
(Physical Science and Technology Building)
**
E.
Consideration of Nominations for Membership to the Los Angeles County
Committee on School District Organization (County Committee) for the
Election to be Held October 2011
REPORTS
A.
Board of Trustees
B.
Faculty and Staff Leadership
C.
President/Superintendent and Vice Presidents
IX.
CLOSED SESSION
A.
Public Employee Employment (GC #54957)
1.
Consideration of Employment of Interim Dean of Health
Occupations
2.
Consideration of Employment of Interim Dean of Liberal Arts
3.
Consideration of Employment of Interim Vice President of
Academic Affairs
B.
Conference with Labor Negotiators (GC #54957.6)
1.
Agency Representatives: Victor Collins and Steve Andelson
2.
Employee Organizations:
a.
Cerritos College Faculty Federation (CCFF)
b.
California School Employees Association (CSEA)
3.
Unrepresented Employees:
a.
Management Employees
b.
Contract Management Employees
c.
Confidential Employees
X.
RECONVENE
XI.
ADJOURNMENT
XII.
NEXT REGULAR MEETING: SEPTEMBER 21, 2011 AT 3:00 P.M.
REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION FOR ANY INDIVIDUAL WITH A DISABILITY
Any individual with a disability, who requires reasonable accommodation to participate in a
Board meeting, may request assistance by contacting the:
President’s Office – 11110 Alondra Boulevard – Norwalk, California 90650
(562) 860-2451, Extension 2204 – (562) 860-1104 – FAX
Copies of the agenda materials are available in the President’s Office
CERRITOS COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING
OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
AUGUST 10, 2011
I.
CALL TO ORDER
The meeting was called to order at 6:00 p.m. by Mr. Tom Jackson,
Board President. Those present were Mr. Bob Arthur, Dr. Tina Cho, Dr.
Ted Edmiston, Dr. Bob Hughlett, Dr. Shin Liu, Mr. Tom Jackson, Ms.
Jean McHatton and Ms. Areal Hughes, Student Trustee. Others present
were the President/Superintendent, Vice President of Academic Affairs,
Vice President of Business Services, Vice President of Student
Services, Interim Vice President of Human Resources, Faculty Senate
President and the CSEA President.
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE The flag salute was led by Ms. Hughes.
A.
It was moved by Mr. Arthur and seconded by Dr. Hughlett to
approve the minutes of the regular meeting of July 6, 2011. The
vote for approval was unanimous (student advisory vote: aye).
III.
APPROVAL OF
MINUTES
IV.
INSTITUTIONAL
PRESENTATIONS
V.
Lynda Fisher, president of the 2011 Relay for Life Norwalk, and Larry
PUBLIC
PRESENTATIONS Sandoval of the American Cancer Society presented Cerritos College
with an award acknowledging the college's support of the Norwalk Relay
for Life event. Mr. Sandoval indicated that they raised approximately
$27,000 at the event this year.
Dr. Lacy presented Robert Aguayo with the Outstanding Classified
Employee Award for the month of June 2011.
It was moved by Mr. Arthur and seconded by Ms. McHatton to take the
following item out of order:
Closed Session IX.C. — Management Team (Management &
Confidential Unrepresented Employees) Salary Schedule, 20112012, effective September 1, 2011.
The vote for approval was unanimous. The Board adjourned to closed
session at 6:10 p.m. and reconvened at 7:16 p.m.
VI.
CONSENT AGENDA It was moved by Dr. Edmiston and seconded by Dr. Hughlett to approve
the consent agenda and addendum. Mr. Arthur requested that item VI.1
and VI.O.6 be held for separate consideration. The vote for approval
and/or ratification of the following items was unanimous (student
advisory vote: aye):
I.
It was moved by Mr. Arthur and seconded by Dr. Hughlett to
approve item I:
Revisions to the Prequalification Questionnaire and Uniform
System of Rating, as attached.
Mr. Arthur asked for additional information regarding the changes to
the prequalification questionnaire. Mr. El Fattal stated that the
college is going to administer the prequalification process on a
quarterly basis instead of on a project-by-project basis and will also
increase the level of audited financial statements from $10 million to
$25 million for general contractors. The vote for approval was
unanimous.
0.
It was moved by Mr. Arthur and seconded by Dr. Hughlett to
approve item 0.6:
Contracts
6. Gibeaut, Mahan & Briscoe
Legal Services
Business Services
To provide legal services pertaining to employment, personnel,
and labor matters. For period July 18, 2011 through June 30,
2012. Payment shall be charged by the hourly rate.
Mr. Arthur asked why the college is proposing a different firm for
legal services when it already retains legal counsel that addresses
the aforementioned issues. Mr. El Fattal indicated that this firm
specializes in risk management and added that the firm charges at
a lower hourly rate. The vote for approval was unanimous.
A.
Acceptance of the Chancellor's Office of the California Community
College Teacher Preparation Pipeline Grant Amendment, as
attached.
B.
Teacher TRAC and Gear Up Program Faculty Stipends, as
attached.
C.
Stipends for Faculty Participating in the Basic Skills Projects for the
Summer 2011 Semester, as attached.
D.
Stipends for the Enrollment Growth and Retention for Registered
Nursing Programs Grant Fall 2011, as attached.
E.
Cerritos College Foundation Cost/Benefits to District for 2010-2011,
as attached.
F.
Bid #1011-07, Facilities & Purchasing Complex, AV/IT, as attached.
G.
Bid #1011-12, Gymnasium Seismic Retrofit — Fire Sprinkler
System, as attached.
H.
Notice of Completion for Bid #0910-01, Tennis Court Renovation,
as attached.
I.
This item was considered separately.
J.
Resolution No. 11-17 Adopting the California Uniform Public
Construction Cost Accounting Act (CUPCCAA) Program and
Resolution No. 11-18 Adopting Informal Bidding Procedures, as
attached.
K.
Sale of Surplus and Obsolete Materials/Equipment, as attached.
L.
Purchase Orders for the Period of April 1, 2011 through June 30,
2011.
M.
New/Amended Contracts under $25,000 for the Quarter Ending
June 30, 2011:
C10-1094 to C10-1140 $65,119.50
New Contracts
$45,000.00
Amended Contracts
N. General Fund, Special Reserve Funds, Restricted Funds, Financial
Aid Fund, and Payroll Clearance Fund Warrants for the Quarter
Ending June 30, 2011:
Payroll "A" Warrants
Other "B" Warrants
0.
7458
2213
$15,542,553.82
$10,675,031.63
Contracts:
Agreement
AMENDMENT
1. Higher One
Financial Aid Electronic Disbursement System
Student Support Services
For the electronic disbursement of student financial aid, a direct
deposit account for each financial aid recipient, online and ATM
access to accounts via supplied debit cards, option for student
financial aid disbursements by paper check and options for student
bank accounts, as well as marketing and technical support. The
current term ending on June 30, 2012 will be extended for an
additional three (3) year period ending June 30, 2015. By renewing
early, the cost to the District will be a flat rate of $18,500 per year.
Program
AMENDMENT
2. California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office
Chancellor's Office Enrollment Growth and Retention for
Nursing Programs Grant
Health Occupations
To acknowledge a decrease to the Chancellor's Office Enrollment
Growth and Retention for Nursing Programs Grant funding. For period
July 1, 2011 to June 30, 2012. The grant was originally approved for
$160,937 for the 2010-2011 fiscal year and $289,187 for the 20112012 fiscal year. The Nursing department received notification that the
2011-2012 funding will be decreased by $128,250, changing the total
grant funding for 2011-2012 to $160,937, which is the same amount as
the 2010-2011 fiscal year.
Services
AMENDMENT
3. Dovetail DCI
Furniture Consultant
Purchasing
To continue to provide consultation services for furniture standards for
the Office Furniture Standards Program for the District. The time
period of the agreement will be extended through June 30, 2014.
NEW
4. California Department of Education
General Child Care and Development Program
Health Occupations
To provide preschool education services to children under age three.
For period July 1, 2011 through June 30, 2012. The District will
receive $34.38 per child per day of full-time enrollment with a
maximum amount of $57, 606.
5. California Department of Education
California State Preschool Program
Health Occupations
To provide preschool education services to children under age three
as part of the California State Preschool Program also known as the
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Pre-K Literacy Program. For period July 1, 2011 through June 30,
2012. Funding will be $34.38 per child per day of full-time enrollment
with a maximum reimbursable amount of $306, 629.
6. This item was considered separately.
7. Nielsen Merksamer, Parrinello Gross & Leoni
Legal Services
Business Services
To provide legal services pertaining to voting rights laws, redistricting,
and election laws. For period July 11, 2011 through June 30, 2012.
Payment shall be charged by the hourly rate.
8. CIBER
Academic Advising Module for PeopleSoft
Admissions, Records & Services
To provide consulting services for implementing the Academic
Advising Module for the PeopleSoft "CS" Integrated Software system.
For period August 11, 2011 through August 10, 2012. The estimated
cost to the District is $63,000. Funding will come from the Associated
Students of Cerritos College.
RENEWAL
9. Cotti Foods (Taco Bell)
Food Vendor Stand
Purchasing
To supersede its existing agreement for food service on campus. For
period July 1, 2011 through June 30, 2016. The monthly commission
is 10% of gross sales plus 1% for maintenance of the area.
P.
Resignation Accepted by the President/Superintendent, as follows:
None
Q.
Employment of Temporary and/or Substitute Hourly Faculty
Personnel, as needed for 2011-2012 Academic Year, as attached.
R.
Employment of 2011 Summer Session Faculty Personnel, as
attached.
S.
Employment of Classified, Short-Term, Substitute, and/or Student
Hourly Personnel, as attached.
T.
Continuation of Employment of Temporary Full-Time Academic
Administrator(s):
Malig, Jannet, Director of the Advanced Transportation Technology
Project @ Management Salary Schedule Grade 12, Step 4
($7, 732.00/monthly), contingent on continued categorical funding and
generated revenue, effective July 1, 2011, for a period not to exceed
June 30, 2012
Tafoya, Yvette, Assistant Director of Extended Opportunities,
Programs and Services (EOPS) @ Management Salary Schedule
Grade 17, Step 3 ($6,140.00/monthly), contingent on continued
categorical funding and continued Title 5 requirements, effective July
1, 2011, for a period not to exceed June 30, 2012
VII. ADMINISTRATIVE
MATTERS
A.
It was moved by Mr. Arthur and seconded by Dr. Edmiston to
approve the Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee Membership, as
attached. The vote for approval was unanimous.
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VIII. REPORTS
B.
It was moved by Dr. Hughlett and seconded by Mr. Arthur to
approve the Cerritos College's Five-Year Construction Plan, as
attached. The vote for approval was unanimous.
C.
It was moved by Mr. Arthur and seconded by Dr. Edmiston to
approve the Management & Confidential Employees Salary
Schedule, 2011-2012, Effective September 1, 2011, as attached.
Dr. Hughlett moved to amend the motion to state that the
implementation of the compensation and classification study
embodied in the new Management salary schedule is an approach
the Board encourages for other appropriate employee groups. Dr.
Edmiston seconded the motion and the vote for approval was 5-2-0;
Dr. Cho and Ms. McHatton voted no.
A.
Board of Trustees
Dr. Cho expressed her condolences regarding the Cerritos College
student who committed suicide on Wednesday, August 3 and urged
students to seek a mental health professional when needed.
Dr. Edmiston thanked staff for providing a tour of campus
construction projects.
Mr. Arthur indicated that the Cerritos College Foundation Golf
Tournament was a successful event. He thanked the corporate
sponsors and added that the Foundation raised approximately
$70,000.
Ms. McHatton indicated that she enjoyed visiting the Pathways
Robotics camp as well as prototyping demonstration by Terry Price
in the Plastics department. She concluded by stating that the EMSI
program has a lot of potential.
Dr. Hughlett thanked staff for the tour of campus construction
projects. He also acknowledged Sharleen Carlos for her assistance
in the Human Resources department.
Ms. Hughes stated that the summer session went well. She
acknowledged the Campus Police Officers who have been
patrolling campus and assisting students.
B.
Faculty and Staff Leadership
Ms. Laughon indicated that she had a good discussion with Dr.
Lacy regarding the classification and compensation study but
added that the CSEA is disappointed that the Management &
Confidential Employees Salary Schedule was approved before
classified employees were addressed. She stated that the
approved salary schedule will be an ongoing expense and added
that there will be a ripple down effect on campus.
C.
President/Superintendent and Vice Presidents
Mr. Collins stated that the New Faculty Orientation will be held
Thursday, August 11 at 8:30 a.m.
IX.
CLOSED SESSION
The Board adjourned to closed session at 7:38 p.m.
X.
RECONVENE
The Board reconvened at 9:31 p.m.
XI.
ADJOURNMENT
The Board adjourned at 9:32 p.m.
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XII.
NEXT REGULAR
MEETING
The next regular meeting of the Board of Trustees is scheduled for
Wednesday, September 7, 2011 at 6:00 p.m.
Tom Jackson, Board President
Dr. Shin Liu, Board Secretary
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VI.A
CERRITOS COLLEGE
TO:
Board of Trustees
FROM:
Dr. Linda Lacy President/Superintendent
REVIEWED BY:
Mr. William Farmer, Vice President of Academic Affairs Vi(4
PREPARED BY:
Sue Parsons, Director of Teacher TRAC and Learning Communities if
DATE:
August 10, 2011
SUBJECT:
Consideration of Acceptance of the Chancellor's Office of the California
Community College Teacher Preparation Pipeline Grant Amendment
RECOMMENDATION
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the acceptance of the California Community
College Chancellor's Office Teacher Preparation Pipeline Grant Amendment to extend end date from
September 30, 2011 to December 30, 2011. The grant was Board approved on November 3, 2010.
OVERVIEW
Cerritos College has received a Grant Amendment approval confirmation for the date extension from
the California Community College Chancellor's Office to support Teacher TRAC Career Technical
Education (CTE) program activities through December 2011.
ANALYSIS
The Teacher TRAC, CTE Pathways teacher preparation model continues to build upon the
relationships, rigor and relevance needed to recruit and prepare qualified CTE teachers. Three distinct
populations are targeted in this program: high school students, college students, and incumbent
workers. Teacher TRAC CTE Pathways provides preparation pathways in four career sectors: 1)
automotive, 2) woodworking, 3) welding, and 4) education (secondary, post-secondary, and Early
Childhood).
The following goals will continue to be targeted to the end of this grant year:
1. Increase the numbers of students who complete teacher preparation pathways in a math or
science based CTE industry.
2. Enhance Teacher TRAC and Early Childhood Education (ECE) pathways by emphasizing math
and science content.
3. Develop and foster a community of practice among teachers, cultivating contextualized
curriculum.
4. Strengthen student development mechanisms to ensure retention of Teacher TRAC, CTE
Pathways students.
FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS
The Cerritos College Teacher TRAC Program will receive the original grant amount for this academic
year $225,000 to be expended through December 2011. No District funds will be expended.
THIS FORM MAY BE REPLICATED
BUT UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES CAN THE LANGUAGE BE ALTERED
DIST=USE
BOG, California Community Colleges
Chancellor's Office - 6870
District (Grantee): Cerritos CCD
College: Cerritos College
AMENDMENT # 1
Academic Affairs
Funding Fiscal Year
CTE - Teacher Preparation Pipeline
2010-11
Prior Amount Encumbered :
225,000
Amount To Be
RFA #
Total Amount Encumbered : $
10 - 090
225,000
On this 17th day of June 2011, the BOG, California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office and the Cerritos CCD hereby agree to
amend this grant agreement as follows:
* Performance in the funding period of October 1, 2010 through September 30, 2011 shall be extended through December 30,
2011. The Final Report must be submitted within 30 days after the new end date.
This grant is subject to any additional restrictions, limitations or conditions enacted in the state budget and/or Executive Orders that
may affect the provisions, term, or funding of this agreement in any manner.
All of the other terms and conditions of the original grant agreement remain the same.
Project Director.
Total Grant Funds:
Sue Parsons
s. nature, Chief Executiv
Total Match Funds,
225,000
(if applicable):
uthortzed Designee)
Date:
on Signing:
Print Name/Title o
6702-hi
District Address: 11110 Alondra Blvd
Norwalk, CA 90650
Dr. Linda Lacy
STATE OF CAUFO
Agency Address: 1102 Q Street, 4th Floor
Project Monitor.
Stephanie Ricks-Albert
Item:
Object of Expenditure Chapter
6870 - 605 - 0001
4238 - 751 - 40406
712
Sacramento, CA 95811
Statute
Fiscal Year
2010
Amount
225,000
2010-11
Total Amount Encumbered :
Signature,hca
nager
Budgeted funds are available for the period and purpose of the expenditures stated above. /
Date:
Signature, Executive
225,000
7/
NA ce-Gluk.ellor (or authorized Designee)
Date:
JUL 0 8 2011
Print Name/Title of Person Signing:
Steve Bruckman, Executive Vice Chancellor
2010 Grant Face Sheet Form - Single Year Amendment
As of 11/19/2
STATE OF CALIFORNIA
CAUFORNIA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
CHANCELLOR'S OFFICE
11020 smEEr
SACRAMENTO, CA
95814-6511
(916) 445-8752
http://www.cceco.edu
•
MEMORANDUM
DATE:
July 19, 2011
TO:
Chief Executive Officer
Cerritos ca)
FROM:
Stephanie Ricks-Albert
Academic Affairs Division
SUBJECT:
2010 Career Technical Education-Teacher Preparation Pipeline
Grant Amendment # 1 for Grant # 10-090-003
Congratulations! Your Career Technical Education [TPP] Teacher Preparation Pipeline [TPP] Grant
Amendment #1 for an extension of the project's performance period has been approved. The amended
reporting due dates are listed below. Enclosed is a fully executed copy of the Grant Agreement Amendment #1.
A Copy of the grant agreement amendment face sheet has been sent to the District Chief Business Officer and
Project Director.
The original grant agreement, RFA Specifications and Instructions, and Standard Legal Terms and Conditions,
collectively constitute the legally binding agreement for the performance of the work specified in the approved
application submitted by your district Refer to the original RFA: 1) Specifications and the Instructions, Terms
and Conditions for specific clarification on policies, legal provisions and due dates, and 2) Appendix A for all
required reporting forms.
In consultation with your State Project Monitor, amending the term of the grant, workplan, and/or budget is
allowed and must be done by submitting a Grant Amendment Request form.
Action:
• Retain the original executed grant agreement amendment in your files for inspection in the event of an
audit.
• All reports and amendment requests are to be sent to the State Project Monitor by the identified due
dates located in the RFA Instructions, Terms and Conditions.
• Amended Reporting due date(s): September 30, 2011 and January 31,201*
Contact your State Project Monitor, Stephanie Ricks-Albert at (916) 323-3093 or [email protected] for
program related questions.
Enclosure
cc:
District Chief Business Officer
College Project Director
State Project Monitor
Audit File
VI.B
CERRITOS COLLEGE
TO:
Board of Trustees
FROM:
Dr. Linda Lacy, President
REVIEWED BY:
William Farmer, Vice President of Academic Affairs
PREPARED BY:
Sue Parsons, Director of Teacher TRAC and Learning Communities
DATE:
August 10, 2011
SUBJECT:
Consideration of Approval of Teacher TRAC and Gear Up Program Faculty
Stipends
INS'
RECOMMENDATION
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve a $150 stipend for Dmitri Budarin, James Byun,
Lora Carreon, Graham Chalmers, Mary Clarke, Angela Conley, Ernesto Cordova, Kamal Demian, Patty
George, Mark Hugen, Wes Jordan, Ruben Leon, Pam Lewandowski, Tom Lewandowski, Manuel Lopez
Pilar Mata, Scott O'Neil, Mojdeh Nikdel, Gary Sarrell, Sally Sestini, Maria Torres, Dara Worrel, Matthew
Allen, Michael Bateman, Lorena Castillo, Phoebe Chung, Maurice Daigle, Abdel El-Abyad, Susan
Godwin, Mike Huang, M. Igolnikov, John Johnson, Juan Leon, Lisa Ly, Ian McCance, Orchid Nguyen,
Joseph Ninh, Anh Pham, Henry Phan, Tatiana Roque, Frank Seres, Merrick Sterling, Kevin Takeuchi,
Marcos Tharwat, Ing-Yng Tse, Trinh Thanh, Wilfredo Flores, Diane Ford, Emmanuel Nguimdjou, Karla
Pallwitz and $750 for Ilva Mariani as part of the Teacher TRAC and Gear Up Faculty Development
Program. There is no cost to the District.
OVERVIEW
Cerritos College has received funding in the amount of $224,968 to continue development and
refinement of the career technical education teacher pathway program and $196,981 from Bellflower
Unified School District's Gear Up Grant for tutoring, curriculum alignment and faculty development.
ANALYSIS
A faculty team has worked with colleagues from Bellflower High School over the past two years to
explore math curriculum challenges, and possible new approaches. Ilva Mariani will facilitate a
workshop for full and adjunct mathematics faculty to disseminate findings and share effective practices
FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS
The following Cerritos College faculty are to receive a $150 stipend for participation in a mathematics
workshop: Dmitri Budarin, James Byun, Lora Carreon, Graham Chalmers, Mary Clarke, Angela Conley,
Ernesto Cordova, Kamal Demian, Patty George, Mark Hugen, Wes Jordan, Ruben Leon, Pam
Lewandowski, Tom Lewandowski, Manuel Lopez Pilar Mata, Scott O'Neil, Mojdeh Nikdel, Gary Sarrell,
Sally Sestini, Maria Torres, Dara Worrel, Matthew Allen, Michael Bateman, Lorena Castillo, Phoebe
Chung, Maurice Daigle, Abdel El-Abyad, Susan Godwin, Mike Huang, M. lgolnikov, John Johnson,
Juan Leon, Lisa Ly, Ian McCance, Orchid Nguyen, Joseph Ninh, Anh Pham, Henry Phan, Tatiana
Roque, Frank Seres, Merrick Sterling, Kevin Takeuchi, Marcos Tharwat, Ing-Yng Tse, Trinh Thanh,
Wilfredo Flores, Diane Ford, Emmanuel Nguimdjou, Karla Pallwitz. Ilva Mariani is to receive a $750 for
preparing, organizing and facilitating the workshop.
The Teacher TRAC CTE Teacher Pathway Grant funds and Gear Up Grant Funds will be used for
these expenditures.
VI.0
CERRITOS COLLEGE
TO:
Board of Trustees
FROM:
Dr. Linda L. Lacy, President/Superintendent
REVIEWED BY:
Dr. Bryan Reece, Dean of Academic Success and Institutional Effectivene
PREPARED BY:
Dr. Francie Quaas-Berryman, Developmental Education Coordinator
DATE:
August 10, 2011
SUBJECT:
Consideration of Approval of Stipends for Faculty Participating in the Basic
Skills Projects for the Summer 2011 Semester
RECOMMENDATION
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve payments for the named employees for their
participation in the Basic Skills/Developmental Education projects for the Summer 2011 semester.
OVERVIEW
The College Committee on Developmental Education has sponsored several grants and projects as
part of the five-year plan developed in response to the California Basic Skills Initiative.
ANALYSIS
During the Summer 2011 semester, faculty participated in a variety of projects designed to establish
effective Academic Success Centers and prepare for the August 15 th opening of the centers. The
projects included development of academic support for students writing research papers, continued
faculty training to assist student learning through math tutoring, and development of an evaluation
process to assess the effectiveness of the new Success Centers.
FINANCIALIMPLICATIONS
No general funds will be used for these stipends. Basic Skills Initiative funds will be utilized for this
expenditure. The following faculty members are to receive stipends:
Name
Alvarez, Lydia
Mata, Pilar
Obazuaye, Sunday
George, Patty
Nikdel, Mojdeh
Amount
1500.00
4000.00
500.00
1800.00
1800.00
VI.D
CERRITOS COLLEGE
TO:
Board of Trustees
FROM:
Dr. Linda Lacy, President/Superintendent
REVIEWED BY:
William Farmer, Vice President of Academic Affairs Ha
PREPARED BY:
Dr. Marilyn Brock, Interim Executive Dean of Academic Affairs
DATE:
August 10, 2011
SUBJECT:
Consideration of Approval of Stipends for the Enrollment Growth and
Retention for Registered Nursing Programs Grant Fall 2011
RECOMMENDATION
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve payment of stipends to nursing faculty members
for work which will be performed August through December 2011 as stipulated in and funded by the
Enrollment Growth and Retention for Registered Nursing Programs Grant.
OVERVIEW
Grant objectives and activities include:
• Provide a retention program for students enrolled in the Registered Nursing Associate Degree
program
• Provide support services, review courses, software, videos and clinical simulation to support both
clinical and didactic practice
ANALYSIS
To maximize student success and strengthen retention, Fall 2011 activities will include scenarios and
simulations designed to enhance clinical judgment and critical thinking and a NCLEX Review course to
maximize student success in passing the examination. The NCLEX Review course is grant funded for
the Fall 2011 semester at $85/hour. The Simulation Specialist is grant funded at $50 per hour for
August through December 2011.
FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS
Project coordination functions are performed by:
$ 750
• Voorhies, Ann
Case management functions are performed by:
$1500
• Kelli Brooks
Simulation Specialist 4 hrs/week for 7 weeks during the semester performed by:
$ 1400
• Alice . Kusumoto
The following faculty members are to receive stipends for the NCLEX Review course:
• Patty Riedel
$850 (10 hours)
• Debbie Binning
$425 (5 hours)
• Rebecca Orozco
$425 (5 hours)
• Keri Gonzales
$425 (5 hours)
• Kelly Brooks
$850 (10 hours)
Stipends will be paid as work is completed. Enrollment Growth and Retention for Registered Nursing
Programs Grant will be utilized for these expenditures. There is no cost to the District.
VIE
Cerritos College District
11110 Alondra Blvd.
Norwalk, CA 90650
562.860.2451 Fax 562.924.2800
INVOICE NO: 213-11
Date: June 28, 2011
To: Cerritos College Foundation
11110 Alondra Blvd
Norwalk, Ca 90650
AMOUNT
DESCRIPTION
$300,012
Reimbursement for Services and Facilities for 2010-11 Fiscal Year
Per Master Agreement, Section V-A
Board Approved April 1, 2009
TOTAL DUE
If you have any questions concerning this invoice, call: Lola Rizkallah, 562 860-2451 ext. 2266
$300,012
Costs incurred by the District to benefit the Foundation:
Salaries & Fringe Benefits
S. Richardson
3. Cole
R. Samarin
Sub-Total
$297,618
Other
Supplies
Conferences
Repairs
Rent Lease
Equipment
Postage
Sub-Total
$0
$77
$667
$0
$1,650
$2,394
Total District Costs
$300,012
Monetary and Non-Monetary Benefits from the Foundation to the District:
Program, Community, and Student Support
Promotion/Public Relations Support
Scholarships
Endowments
Board Volunteer Service
2010-11 Gross Benefit
2010-11 Net Benefit
Adjusted Carry Over from 2009-10
Cumulative Net Benefit from Foundation to College
$676,572
$26,492
$187,446
$19,600
$12,863
$922,973
$622,961
$3,764,452
$4,387,413
Lerntos Longo rounaavon
2010-11 Cost Benefit Report
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PROGRAM, COMMUNITY, AND STUDENT SUPPORT:
Academic Excellence Awards
ACCCTEP
Adult Education (WSI Grant)
Student AIGA Membership Dues (Fine Arts)
ASCC/ICC
ATTE Program
Auto Career Institute
Automotive Career Education Plan (WIB Grant)
CARE Program
Chrysler CAP Program
CLCC Conference
Culinary Arts Program
Dental Hygiene Student Competition
EDUCAUSE Project Kaleidoscope Grant
El Proyecto
ESL Program (HSBC Bank Grant)
Field Ironworkers Gladiator Program
Fine Arts Sound Pavilion Sculpture
Instrumental Band Program
International Student Center
Juan Gomez-Quinones, Guest Speaker
Library
Math/Science GATE Academy
Metasoft Research Systems
NCUR Conference
Network of Executive Women (Student Registrations)
Outstanding Classified Award
Outstanding Faculty Awards
Pathways Program
People to People Ambassador (Susan Oliver)
Physical Therapy Assistant Program
Plastics
Plazas Comunitarias
Project HOPE Support
Project HOPE (CA Endowment)
Project HOPE (James Irvine Grant)
SCCTT Capital Campaign
Scholars Honors Program
Speech Dept. National Competition
Student Art Awards
Student Emergency Aid Fund
Student Health Wellness Center (Kaiser Grant)
Student Tickets (Learning Communities)
Student Survey Cards
Teacher TRAC Support
Teacher TRAC (CaIGRIP Grant)
&
. Mitirelifik V.,
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
2,827.45
600.00
72,122.00
500.00
1,252.00
4,776.00
140.00
7,180.00
342.00
1,781.00
976.00
150.00
1,982.00
118,067.00
195.00
1,132.00
17,598.00
5,970.00
9,246.00
945.00
300.00
83.00
11,126.00
5,495.00
670.00
240.00
500.00
500.00
571.00
2,000.00
60.00
5,732.00
7,647.00
6,372.00
12,368.00
58,814.00
4,168.00
513.00
3,850.00
1,300.00
4,000.00
6,745.00
547.00
500.00
1,152.00
193,832.00
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Cerritos College Foundation
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2010-11 Cost Benefit Report
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PROGRAM, COMMUNITY, AND STUDENT SUPPORT:
Teacher TRAC (Boeing Spec Ed Grant)
Teacher TRAC (Packard Grant)
Transfer Center Reception
Transfer Center University Visits
Turn It In Software (Spanish Dept.)
Veterans Scholarship Funding
Women's History Month
Woodworking
Wrestling Program
,
WAVE „ Malt
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
5,126.00
74,473.00
700.00
5,000.00
1,425.00
3,000.00
1,000.00
1,946.00
7,036.00
TOTAL PROGRAM, COMMUNITY, AND STUDENT SUPPORT
PROMOTION/PUBLIC RELATIONS SUPPORT:
Chamber Mega Mixer
Marketing
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
676,572.45
$
26,492.18
4,847.92
21,644.26
TOTAL PROMOTION/PUBLIC RELATIONS SUPPORT
SCHOLARSHIPS:
Agnes Duran Scholarship
Albert Ostroff Scholarship
Alice Collins Scholarship
Alice Wang Scholarship
Assistive Technology Scholarship
Bellflower Noon Lions Club Scholarship
Broderick/Commeford Memorial Scholarship
Carmen Solis Pratt Scholarship
Cerritos College Retired Faculty Association Scholarship
Cheryl A. Epple Memorial Scholarship
College Access Scholarships (Project HOPE)
Court Reporting Captioning Scholarship
Covenant Presbyterian Church Scholarship
Delvers Gem and Mineral Scholarship
DeLyre Scholarship
Demian/Carreon Scholarship
DeMott Scholarship
Dorothy L. Thompson Memorial Scholarship
E. Maude West Scholarship
Ed Bloomfield Scholarship
Elizabeth Hamman Scholarship
Ellis Robinson Scholarship
Ellen Carver Scholarship
Elmer and Randy Dobson Scholarship
English Dept. Scholarship
EOPS Scholarship
Ernest A. Gonzalez Scholarship
Esther L. Espinoza Teacher TRAC Scholarship
: '
600.00
400.00
375.00
3,000.00
351.00
2,000.00
1,000.00
1,600.00
1,000.00
2,000.00
69,500.00
3,000.00
600.00
500.00
3,100.00
500.00
500.00
500.00
500.00
500.00
500.00
450.00
750.00
500.00
2,025.00
500.00
250.00
1,000.00
Cerritos Lonege i-ounaation
2010-11 Cost Benefit Report
l: " ' '
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SCHOLARSHIPS:
Euridito Scholarship
Foundation General Scholarships
Fred Gaskin Teacher TRAC Scholarship
Glorya Welch Scholarship
Golden Girls Scholarship
Greater Harbor Area Business Scholarship
Habib American Bank Business Scholarship
Hoekzema Medical Assisting Scholarship
Honeywell Scholarship
iFalcon Scholarship
Ina Zive Scholarship
International Students Scholarship
Jeanie M.T. Yang Automotive Scholarship
Jean 0. Michael Scholarship
Jeff Redford Acting Scholarship
Joan Licari Scholarship
John Boyle Scholarship
John Moore First Step Scholarship
Jules Crane Scholarship
Juntilla SHP Scholarship
Keith Hinrichsen Scholarship
Kevin Hoggard Scholarship
Kling Pathak Scholarship
Marijean Piorkowski Scholarship
Mark and Barnett Chen Scholarship
Marion Hyde Scholarship
Nancy Kelly Scholarship
Neal Family Scholarship
Newton Werner Scholarship
NHK Lab Chemistry Scholarship
Norm Reeves Honda First Year Experience Scholarship
Norwalk Woman's Club Scholarship
Osher Foundation Scholarships
Paige Scholar Scholarship
Pat Pinder Scholarship
Pepsi Scholarship
Plastics Scholarship
Ray Haugh Scholarship
Richard McGrath Scholarship
Robert Collins Scholarship for Administration of Justice Students
Robert C. Hughlett Scholarship for Students with Disabilities
Sanchez de Hernandez Scholarship
SchoolsFirst Federal Credit Union Scholarship
Scott Henderson Scholarship
Service Learning Speech Scholarship
SMCDA Scholarships
The Chugh Firm Accounting Scholarship
&
MgrAtit :! ilitilkidir $
2,000.00
3,500.00
$
1,000.00
$
500.00
$
$
700.00
1,500.00
$
2,000.00
$
300.00
$
$
500.00
1,000.00
$
1,000.00
$
7,600.00
$
2,000.00
$
1,000.00
$
500.00
$
$
750.00
$
350.00
500.00
$
$
200.00
1,000.00
$
$
2,100.00
250.00
$
1,000.00
$
$
500.00
$
500.00
3,500.00
$
$
2,400.00
1,310.00
$
$
100.00
$
250.00
$
900.00
$
1,000.00
$ 20,500.00
1,000.00
$
$
300.00
$
700.00
3,000.00
$
1,000.00
$
$
600.00
2,000.00
$
$
2,000.00
500.00
$
$
2,000.00
$
2,750.00
$
250.00
4,000.00
$
$
1,000.00
Cerritos Lonege rounaation
2010-11 Cost Benefit Report
$
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Tom and Marie Jackson Scholarship
USS Pelias Scholarship
Wayne Nunnery Facilities Purchasing Leadership Scholarship
Woman's Club of Artesia-Cerritos Scholarship
Yamaha Scholarship in Music
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1,000.00
Ilio
$
$
$
$
$
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$
ENDOWMENTS:
Robert C. Hughlett Scholarship for Students w/Disabilities
Cheryl Epple Scholarship
Richard McGrath Scholarship
Ed Bloomfield Scholarship
USS Pelias Scholarship
Nona Siegel
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$
$
$
$
$
$
.;,Y ?
885.00
500.00
1,500.00
2,250.00
500.00
TOTAL SCHOLARSHIPS
e
i
187,446.00
are
'
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2,815.00
12,170.00
4,000.00
30.00
185.00
400.00
TOTAL ENDOWMENTS
$
19,600.00
Board Volunteer Service
$
Total Foundation Support to District
$
12,863.00
922,973.63
As of 6/30/11
VI.F
Bid Recap #1011-07, Facilities & Purchasing Complex - AV/IT
Contractor
Western Audio Visual
$
Base Bid
351,638.26 $
Total Base Bid
Allowance
401,638.26
50,000.00 $
.....fliaCI IL
VI.G
Bid Recap #1011-12, Gymnasium Seismic Retrofit - Fire Sprinkler System
Contractor
Link-Nilsen Corporation
Simplex Grinnell
Additive
Allowance Total Base Bid Alternate No. 1
Base Bid
$ 139,260.00 $ 75,000.00 $ 214,260.00 $
26,420.00 $
74,000.00 $
$ 137,890.00 $ 75,000.00 $ 212,890.00 $
Total Bid
240,680.00
286,890.00
RECORDING REQUEST BY
WHEN RECORDED MAIL TO:
VI.H
CERRITOS COMMUNITY COLLEGE
DISTRICT, ATTENTION: JENNEY HO
11110 ALONDRA BOULEVARD
NORWALK, CALIFORNIA 90650
SPACE ABOVE THIS LINE RESERVED
FOR RECORDER'S USE
TITLE(S)
NOTICE OF COMPLETION
CERRITOS COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE, pursuant to the provisions of Section §3093 of the Civil code of
the State of California, that the CERRITOS COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT, of Los
Angeles County, as owner of the property known as Cerritos Community College, located at
11110 Alondra Boulevard, Norwalk, California, caused improvements to be made to the
property to wit: Tennis Court Renovation, Bid #0910-01 contract for the doing of which was
heretofore entered into on the 18th day of March, 2010 which contract was made with LSC
Construction, contract number #C09-1085, as contractor; that said improvements were
completed on the 30 th day of November, 2010, and accepted by formal action of the governing
board of said DISTRICT on the 10 th day of August, 2011; that title to said property is vested in
the CERRITOS COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT of Los Angeles County, California; that
the surety for the above named contractor is Western Insurance Company.
I certify or declare under penalty of perjury that the foregoing is true and correct.
CERRITOS COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT OF LOS
ANGELES COUNTY, CALIFORNIA
By:
David El Fattal
Vice President of Business Services
Date:
Place of Execution:
Norwalk, California
VI.1
CERRITOS COLLEGE
TO:
Board of Trustees
FROM:
Dr. Linda L. Lacy, President/Superintendent
REVIEWED BY:
David El Fattal, Vice President of Business Services"
PREPARED BY:
Jenney Ho, Director of Purchasing
DATE:
August 10, 2011
SUBJECT:
Consideration of Approval of Revisions to the Prequalification
Questionnaire and Uniform System of Rating
RECOMMENDATION
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the revisions to the Prequalification
Questionnaire and Uniform System of Rating.
OVERVIEW
On April 20, 2011, the Board of Trustees approved Resolution No. 11-07 adopting the Prequalification
Questionnaire and Uniform System of Rating. Staff recommends the following revisions to the
prequalification process:
• To administer the prequalification process on a quarterly basis with each participant to be valid
for one year instead of on a project-by-project basis.
• To increase the level of audited financial statements from $10 million to $25 million for general
contractors.
ANALYSIS
These revisions will simplify project administration with enhanced procedures and more effective
contractor selection through the prequalification process.
FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS
No financial impact.
VI.J
CERRITOS COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
RESOLUTION NO 11-17
RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
OF THE CERRITOS COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
ADOPTING CALIFORNIA UNIFORM PUBLIC
CONSTRUCTION COST ACCOUNTING ACT PROCEDURES
WHEREAS, prior to the passage of Assembly Bill No. 1666, Chapter 1054, Statutes 1983,
which added Chapter 2, commencing with the Section 220000, to Part 3 of Division 3 of the
Public Contract Code, existing law did not provide a uniform cost accounting standard for
construction work performed by local public agencies; and
WHEREAS, Public Contract Code Section 22000 et seq., the Uniform Public Construction
Cost Accounting Act, (the "Act") establishes such a uniform cost accounting standard,
WHEREAS, the Act provides for the implementation of uniform construction cost accounting
procedures and informal bidding procedures for all public agencies electing to participate,
together with instructions for their adoption and implementation by such public agencies;
WHEREAS, pursuant to Public Contract Code sections 22010 and 22017, the California
Uniform Construction Cost Accounting Commission (the "Commission") developed and
recommended to the State Controller uniform construction cost accounting and informal
bidding procedures (the "Uniform Procedures") consistent with the Public Contract Code
sections 22031 and 22017, for consideration;
WHEREAS, pursuant to Public Contract Code section 22019, the State Controller adopted
the Uniform Procedures;
WHEREAS, the Act only applies to a public agency whose Board of Trustees has by
resolution elected to become subject to the Uniform Procedures and has notified the State
Controller of that election;
WHEREAS, California school districts are eligible to adopt the Uniform Procedures pursuant
to the Act;
WHEREAS, the Board of Trustees of the Cerritos Community College District ("District")
have determined that it is in the best interests of the District to elect to become subject to
the Uniform Procedures;
NOW THEREFORE, the Board of Trustees of the hereby resolves as follows:
Section 1.
That the above recitals are all true and correct.
Section 2.
That the District hereby elects pursuant to Public Contract Code
Section 22030 to become subject to the Uniform Procedures set forth
in the Act and to the Commission's policies and procedures manual and
cost accounting review procedures, as they may each from time to
time be amended, and directs District staff to notify the State
Controller of this election.
Section 3.
That this Resolution shall take effect immediately upon its adoption.
APPROVED, PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Board of Trustees of the Cerritos Community
College District on this 10th day of August, 2011, by the following vote:
AYES:
NOES:
ABSTENTIONS:
f
..tr;,.,ol
4•Cf.A■ ..—_■,President
-"f-. Board of Trustees of the Cerritos
'liege District
Commun
Attestotoop
1
Clerk o the Board of Trustees of the
Cerritos Community College District
CERRITOS COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
RESOLUTION NO. 11-18
ADOPT INFORMAL BIDDING PROCEDURES PURSUANT TO THE CALIFORNIA
UNIFORM PUBLIC CONSTRUCTION COST ACCOUNTING ACT PROCEDURES
WHEREAS, Public Contract Code Section 22000 et seq., the Uniform Public Construction
Cost Accounting Act, (the "Act");
WHEREAS, the Act provides for the implementation of uniform construction cost accounting
procedures for all public agencies electing to participate, together with instruction for their
adoption and implementation by any public agency;
WHEREAS, the Act provides for the implementation of uniform construction cost accounting
procedures and informal bidding procedures for all public agencies electing to participate,
together with instructions for their adoption and implementation by such public agencies;
WHEREAS, pursuant to Public Contract Code section 22030, the Board of Trustees of the
Cerritos Community College District ("District") formally elected to become subject to the
procedures set forth in the Act and to the California Uniform Public Construction Cost
Accounting Commission's Policies and Procedures Manual and cost accounting review
procedures by Adopting Resolution No. 11-17 on the 10 th of August, 2011.
WHEREAS, pursuant to the Public Contract Code section 22034, any public agency that
elects to become subject to the Act must adopt informal bidding procedures to govern the
Selection of contractors to perform public projects pursuant to Public Contract code section
22032(b)
NOW THEREFORE, the Board of Trustees of the hereby resolves as follows:
Section 1.
That the above recitals are all true and correct.
Section 2. That public projects undertaken by the District, as defined by the Act
in accordance with the limits listed in Public Contract Code section
22032, bay be entered into contract by informal procedures as set
forth in Public Contract Code section 22032.
Section 3. That the district shall develop and maintain a list of qualified
contractors, identified according to categories of work, in accordance
with the provisions of Public Contract Code section 22034 and criteria
promulgated from time to time by the California Uniform Public
Construction Cost Accounting Commission.
Section 4.
That in the event the district undertakes a project which is subject to
Public Contract Code section 22032(b), a notice inviting informal bids
shall be submitted to all contractors on the qualified contractors list for
the category of work being informally bid. If the product or service
sought by the District is proprietary in nature, such that it can be
obtained only from a certain contractor or contractors, the notice
inviting informal bids may be sent exclusively to such contractor or
contractors.
Section 5. That the notice inviting informal bids shall describe the projects in
general terms and explain how to obtain more detailed information
about the project, and state the time and place for the submission of
informal bids.
Section 6. That the President/Superintendent or the President/Superintendent's
designee is authorized to award informal contracts pursuant to this
Resolution.
Section 7.
That this Resolution shall take effect immediately upon its adoption.
APPROVED, PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Board of Trustees of the Cerritos Community
College District on this 10th day of August, 2011, by the following vote:
AYES:
NOES:
ABSTENTIONS:
Ade
r
1 ,elor
—ir
Pre lident
o• , e Board of Trustees of the Cerritos
Commun
ollege District
Atteste • t
Clerk of the Board of Trustees of the
Cerritos Community College District
CERRITOS COLLEGE SURPLUS PROPERTY AND/OR OBSOLETE MATERIALS/EQUIPMENT
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
1
2 EACH
DRILL PRESSES
2
71 EACH
MONITORS
3
1 EACH
AMREX ULTRASOUND MACHINE
4
2 EACH
WHEELCHAIRS
5
2 EACH
NVAIRE LAMINAR FLOW HOODS
6
80 EACH
CHAIRS
7
2 EACH
PHYSICAL THERAPY TABLES
8
3 EACH
FILE CABINETS
9
2 EACH
INCLINE BENCHES
BARBELL LIFTING MACHINE
10
1 EACH
11
1 EACH
SQWAT RACK
12
1 EACH
EXERCISE BIKE
13
1 EACH
SIT UP BENCH
14
27 EACH
TABLES
15
1 EACH
BOOKCASE
16
8 EACH
LAPTOPS
17
1 EACH
EPSON PROJECTOR
18
1 PALLET
OBSOLETE NURSING EQUIPMENT
19
2 EACH
TYPEWRITERS
20
1 EACH
CASH REGISTER
21
7 EACH
DESKTOP PRINTERS
22
47 EACH
COMPUTER TOWERS
23
23 EACH
KEYBOARDS
24
1 PALLET
MISC OBSOLETE COMPUTER PARTS
VI.K
Consent
VI.Q
,
COUNSELOR HOURLY - ACADEMIC AFFAIRS
Reemployed
Name
Covarrubias
Toumajian
Deisy
Mary Kay
Assignment
Teacher Trac
Teacher Trac
Salary
Placement
C2
C2
Rate
43.10
43.10
Salary
Placement
A5
B1
B5
B5
B5
B2
B5
B4
B5
Al
Al
B5
B5
A2
A5
B5
B5
A3
B5
B4
B5
B1
A3
B5
B5
B4
Al
B5
B5
A3
B5
B5
B5
B4
B5
B5
B5
B5
B5
Rate
60.33
48.83
60.33
60.33
60.33
51.71
60.33
57.46
60.33
48.83
48.83
60.33
60.33
51.71
60.33
60.33
60.33
54.60
60.33
57.46
60.33
48.83
54.60
60.33
60.33
57.46
48.83
60.33
60.33
54.60
60.33
60.33
60.33
57.46
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
FACULTY HOURLY - BUSINESS ED/HUMANITIES/SOCIAL SCIENCES
Reemployed
Name
Baker
Barbari
Barman
Beck
Cho
Costello
Der Mesropian
Ferguson
Ferreira
Fonti
Francis
Gaffaney
Hall
Hawkins
Jimenez
Kradjian
Larson
Lawler-Sweeney
Maldonado
Nath
Nguyen
Norris
Nowicki
Pesanti
Phillips
Ramirez
Rutkoski
Sandoval
Sedgwick
Senestraro
Sliff
Spooner
Steele
Suh
Sutherland
Swendson
Valenzuela
Waszak
Ysais
Craig
Nicole
Kevin
Karen
Yoon-Sung
Chad
Emma
Melissa
Maria
Allison
Tami
Gialisa
David
Michael
Fernando
Clayton
Mary Ann
Tatiana
Christian
Janie
Son
Thomas
Dale
Keri
Kimberley
Adriana
Tracy Lynn
Carlos
Emily
Darin
Robert
Gregory
Donette
Daniel
Corine
Paul
Enrique
Leon
Michelle
Discipline
Psychology
Psychology
Sociology
Psychology
Philosophy
Psychology
Sociology
Psychology
Sociology
Education
Education
Political Sciences
History
History
Administration of Justice
Philosophy
Psychology
Women's Studies
Psychology
Psychology
History
Psychology
Administration of Justice
Psychology
Sociology
History
Education
Psychology
Philosophy
Philosophy
Philosophy
Philosophy
Psychology
Sociology
Philosophy
History
Political Sciences
History
Sociology
1
FACULTY HOURLY - BUSINESS ED/HUMANITIES/SOCIAL SCIENCES (Cont.)
New Hires
Name
Donadelle
Murphy
Paquette
Van Dine
Rhian
Owen
Ronald
Barbara
Discipline
Business Administration
Business Administration
Business Administration
Business Administration
Salary
Placement
Al
Al
Al
Al
Rate
48.83
48.83
48.83
48.83
Salary
Placement
B5
B5
B5
B5
B5
B5
B5
B5
A3
B5
B5
B5
A3
A5
B5
B5
B5
B3
B5
B5
B5
A3
B5
B1
A2
B5
B2
A3
B5
A5
B5
A2
B5
B5
B1
B5
Rate
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
54.60
60.33
60.33
60.33
54.60
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
54.60
60.33
60.33
60.33
54.60
60.33
48.83
51.71
60.33
51.71
54.60
60.33
60.33
60.33
51.71
60.33
60.33
48.83
60.33
FACULTY HOURLY - FINE ARTS & COMMUNICATIONS
Reemployed
Name
Bersaglieri
Chen
DaSilva
Dillon
Dimond
DuPlessis
Emmett
Flanders
Garner
Gresham
Guzak
Hallback
Hammerwold
Hartl
Immel
Inouye
Isaacs
Kauk
Kidd
Kubiak
Lee
Lopez
Marr
Mateus
McMills
Medina
Neuwalder
Packwood
Piotrowski
Russell
Salazar
Santillano
Santos
Schreiner
Schroeder
Schwenkmeyer
Andrea
Johanna
Paul
Rhonda
Theresa
Daniel
Karen
Mark
Tracy
Ann
Rebecca
Alan
Walter
Forrest
Ralph
Fang-Fang
David
Melissa
Thomas
Paul
Sung Ae
David
John
Cesar
Anne
Anthony
Janet
Jane
Casey
Bruce
Hector
Dianna
Ron
Gregory
Lisa
Karen
Discipline
Art & Design
Music
Music
Music
Music
Art & Design
Photography
Photography
Art & Design
Music
Art & Design
Music
Journalism
Theatre
Music
Music
Music
Art & Design
Art & Design
Music
Music
Music
Music
Music
Theatre
Art & Design
Art & Design
Theatre
Theatre
Music
Music
Art & Design
Photography
Music
Music
Photography
FACULTY HOURLY - FINE ARTS & COMMUNICATIONS (Cont.)
Reemployed
Name
Simmons
Skaar
Sneed
Szeto
Teran
Torres
Tsai
Velazquez
Wagstaff
Walton
Weiss
Zamora
Jim
Susan
Holy
Dominic
Sergio
Martin
Tammy
Salvador
Jerrin
Etta
Tracey
John
Discipline
Music
po
Theatre
Art & Design
Art & Design
Music
Music
Theatre
Art & Design
Theatre
Art & Design
Theatre
Salary
Placement
A5
B5
Al
B3
A5
B5
B5
B5
A5
B5
B5
B5
Rate
60.33
60.33
48.83
54.60
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
Salary
Placement
B1
B5
B5
B5
B5
A3
B3
B5
A5
B1
Al
A4
B2
B5
A4
B5
B5
B5
B5
B1
B5
B5
A2
B4
A3
B5
B5
B5
Rate
48.83
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
54.60
54.60
60.33
60.33
48.83
48.83
57.46
51.71
60.33
57.46
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
51.71
57.46
54.60
60.33
60.33
60.33
FACULTY HOURLY - HEALTH OCCUPATIONS
Reemployed
Name
Aiton
Beckerleg
Bining
Brabender
Brousseau
Castro
Chang
Coursey
Damaso
Daniels
de Haas
Del Valle
Dipietro-Fife
Failor
Feist
Flores-Salcido
Florez
Gallant
Garrison
Hoerner
Holmes
Hornack
Houlihan
Jordan
Lambie
Layne
LeBlanc
LoBue
Amanda
Nicole
Deborah
Marcelene
Beth
Sheryll
Betty
Nancy
Stacy
Patrice
Linda
Lupe
DiAnn
Joleen
Astrid
Dahlia
Alice
Audrey
Charlotte
Dawn
Carolyn
Rhonda
Mary Jane
Shetona
Shelly
Jean
Monique
Rusell
Discipline
Culinary Arts
Nursing
Nursing
Dental Hygiene
Child Development
Pharmay Technician
Clinical Nursing
Physical Therapist Assistant
Culinary Arts
Clinical Nursing
Physical Therapist Assistant
Clinical Nursing
Dental Hygiene
Dental Assisting
Child Development
Nursing (Reading)
Nursing
Medical Assisting
Clinical Nursing
Clinical Nursing
Nursing
Clinical Nursing
Clinical Nursing
Clinical Nursing
Clinical Nursing
Child Development
Dental Hygiene
Emergency Medical Technician
FACULTY HOURLY - HEALTH OCCUPATIONS (Cont.)
Reemployed
Name
Matias
Mayorga
Moore
Munoz
Nguyen
Pham
Preston
Quirk
Roberts
Roberts
Romero
Rubalcaba
Rubottom
Saucedo
Schmidt
Schwartz
Silva
Skiathitis
Spicer-Cadger
Stamey
Toy
Valenzuela
Walter
Wilson
Wisinski
Sherry
Arlyn
Debora
Elizabeth
Ann
Hoa
Jeffrey
Jean
Lynda
Rene
Laura
Celia
Jenese
Marisol
Clifford
Stanley
May
Karen
Deborah
Gail
Brenda
Patrice
Karen
Donna
Kathleen
Discipline
Nursing
Nursing
Nursing
Dental Hygiene
Dental Hygiene
Child Development
Culinary Arts
Dental Assisting
Child Development
Child Development
Nursing
Pharmay Technician
Clinical Nursing
Dental Assisting
Medical Assisting
Pharmay Technician
Child Development
Nursing
Nursing
Nursing
Dental Assisting
Dental Assisting
Clinical Nursing
Clinical Nursing
Clinical Nursing
Salary
Placement
B5
B1
B5
A2
B4
B5
B5
B5
B5
B5
A2
B5
B5
B5
A5
A2
B5
A2
B5
B4
B5
B5
B1
B5
Al
Rate
60.33
48.83
60.33
51.71
57.46
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
51.71
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
51.71
60.33
51.71
60.33
57.46
60.33
60.33
48.83
60.33
48.83
Discipline
English
Foreign Language
English
English
Foreign Language
ESL
Speech
English
English
English
English
Speech/SLPA
English
Foreign Language
English
Salary
Placement
B3
B4
B5
A2
B5
B5
B4
B5
B5
A2
B5
A2
B2
B5
B5
Rate
54.60
57.46
60.33
51.71
60.33
60.33
57.46
60.33
60.33
51.71
60.33
51.71
51.71
60.33
60.33
FACULTY HOURLY - LIBERAL ARTS
Reemployed
Name
Asis
Bailey
Baker
Banga
Bergan
Berry
Carchiolo
Carey
Carney
Chatham
Cheatham
Cobiellas
Coriaty
Cuesta
Daly
Brian
Kathryn
John
Shellie
Robert
Patricia
Sarah
Jamie
Christopher
Lynne
Teresa
Elizabeth
Raymond
Yolanda
George
FACULTY HOURLY - LIBERAL ARTS (Cont.)
Reemployed
Name
Ersig-Marcus
Evans
Fischer
Fliss
Flores-Salcido
Gigliotti
Gross
Guillen
Hall
Hamilton
Hanniff
Harmon
Hsiao
Kane
Klein
Laporta
Levenshus
Lovejoy
Lykissas
Magabo
Majam-Finch
Mata
McLaughlin
Mochizuki
Moldoveanu
Nave
Nelson
Nicolas
Nikolaou
O'Grady
Peralta
Perez
Rodriguez
Rodriguez
Russell
Sanchez
Savard
Schendel
Smith
Spradlin
Stavast
Tan
Tashima
Tilley
Tracy
Tucker
Christine
Max
Anna
Karen
Dahlia
Dana
Dana
Nelly
Avery
Kieko
Brooke
James
John
John
Benjamin
Michele
Joshua
Nicole
Alexandra
Susan
Danielle
Chimene
Patrick
Steve
Minadora
Marquis
Launa
Jean-Pierre
Ursula
Jennifer
Trudy
Roger
Anna
Carmen
Christy
Shannon
Hale
Kelly
Harold
Nancy
John
Kimberly
John
Gerald
Lucia
Jazmine
Discipline
Speech
English
ESL
Speech
Reading
Reading
English
Foreign Language
Reading
Foreign Language
Speech
English
English
Reading
English
English
Speech
English
English
Reading
ESL
English
Reading
Foreign Language
Speech
English
English
Foreign Language
Foreign Language
English
English
English
ESL
Speech
English
English
English
English
Reading
English
English
Speech
English
Reading
Reading
Reading
Salary
Placement
B5
B3
B5
B4
B5
B5
B1
A4
B5
B5
B5
B5
B4
B5
B5
B5
B4
B5
B2
A5
B5
B5
B5
B5
A2
B5
B5
B4
B5
A3
B5
B2
A4
A2
A2
A2
A4
B3
A3
B5
B5
B5
B4
B5
A4
B5
Rate
60.33
54.60
60.33
57.46
60.33
60.33
48.83
57.46
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
57.46
60.33
60.33
60.33
57.46
60.33
51.71
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
51.71
60.33
60.33
57.46
60.33
54.60
60.33
51.71
57.46
51.71
51.71
51.71
57.46
54.60
54.60
60.33
60.33
60.33
57.46
60.33
57.46
60.33
FACULTY HOURLY - LIBERAL ARTS (Cont.)
Reemployed
Name
Vanciu
Vejar
Wagner
Walker
Warken
Watnik
Yang
Alina
Irma
Helene
Danielle
Tom
Webster
Ruixue
Discipline
English
Foreign Language
Speech
Speech
English
English
Reading
Salary
Placement
B3
B1
B5
B5
B5
A4
B5
Rate
54.60
48.83
60.33
60.33
60.33
57.46
60.33
Discipline
Athletics
Dance
Dance
Dance
Dance
Athletics
Athletics
Athletics
Athletics
Athletics
Dance
Dance
Athletics
Athletics
Athletics
Athletics
Dance
Dance
Coaching
Dance
Athletics
Dance
Athletics
Athletics
Athletics
Physical Education
Athletics
Athletics
Dance
Athletics
Athletics
Athletics
Athletics
Athletics
Salary
Placement
B2
B5
Al
B4
B4
B4
B5
B5
B5
A4
A4
A3
Al
B5
B5
A4
B5
B5
B5
B5
B5
B2
B5
B5
B4
B5
B5
A4
B5
B5
B5
A3
B5
B5
Rate
51.71
60.33
48.83
57.46
57.46
57.46
60.33
60.33
60.33
57.46
57.46
54.60
48.83
60.55
60.33
57.46
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
51.71
60.33
60.33
57.46
60.33
60.33
57.46
60.33
60.33
60.33
54.60
60.33
60.33
FACULTY HOURLY - PE/ATHLETICS
Reemployed
Name
Alvillar
Berney
Cabag
Campion
Casebolt
Casteneda
Chan
Christou
Cole
Coliflores
Davidson
Funderburk
Gallo
Goldman
Gonzalez
Gould
Haddad
Hammond
Kim
Landry
McWhinney
Moody
Murray
Nakao
Nguyen
Ortiz
Prindle
Raniewicz
Rawles
Shelkey
Sweet
Toal
Velazquez
Waider
Andrew
Daniel
Valerie
Amy
Elizabeth
Geraldine
Judy
Dayna
Phoenix
Vicmar
Rebekah
Michelle
Samantha
John
Ruben
Eric
Maha
Jamie
Alvin
Erin
Martin
Shyamala
Orlin
Gary
Long
Tito
Donna
Trisha
Dennis
Rhonda
Beverly
Shane
Teresa
Petja
FACULTY HOURLY - SCIENCE, ENGINEERING & MATHEMATICS
New Hires
Name
Small
Jennifer
Discipline
Earth Science
Salary
Placement
Al
Rate
48.83
Salary
Placement
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
Rate
43.10
43.10
43.10
43.10
43.10
43.10
43.10
43.10
43.10
43.10
43.10
43.10
43.10
43.10
43.10
43.10
43.10
43.10
43.10
Salary
Placement
A5
B5
B5
B5
Rate
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
COUNSELOR HOURLY - STUDENT SERVICES
Reemployed
Name
Aguayo
Anang-Kolletty
Boudreau
Chaney
Davidson
Hill
Icaro
Kim
Loera
Lozano
Pizer
Salazar
Salazar
Saucedo
Thigpen
Toumajian
Vega
Villapando
Wiggins
Robert
Yubaniz
Debbie
Marcia
Martha
Shelia
Ruby
Jong-Wha
Claudia
Rene
Janis
Felipe
Felipe
Marcelino
Joye
Mary Kay
Maria
Celia
Lynell
Assignment
EOPS
Counseling
Counseling
EOPS
Counseling
Counseling
Counseling
CaIWORKs
Counseling
Counseling
CaIWORKs
EOPS
Counseling
Counseling
Counseling
Counseling
Counseling
Counseling
Counseling
FACULTY HOURLY - STUDENT SERVICES
Reemployed
Name
Boudreau
Cain
Thigpen
Wiggins
Debbie
Gary
Joyce
Lynell
Assignment
Counseling
Student Activities
Counseling
Counseling
FACULTY HOURLY - COMMUNITY, INDUSTRY & TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION
Reemployed
Name
Barrera De Contreras
Blair
Cardona
Chavez De Vasquez
Chen
De Jong
Fiske
Furgason
Gonzalez
Jackson
Kimura
Kubiak
La Velle
Layne
Levy
Lopez
Lozano
Mansell
Mondaca
Nava
Nunez
Perez
Ramos
Reynolds
Rios
Rodriguez
Salaam
San Nicolas
Sanchez
Sanchez
Tucker
Van Herk
Villar
Wyckhouse
Gabriela
Robert
Rudy
Ana
Lourdes
Henrietta
Robert
Dennis
Gilda
Michael
Dana
Paul
Fredrick
Jonathan
Elijah
Alejandro
Joege
Bonnie
Frances
Dolores
Maria
Carlos
Maria
Cathy
Hugo
Anna
Shirley
Kathleen
Marisol
Sandra
Jasmine
Tracy
Sergio
Margaret
Assignment
Adult Education
Adult Education
Adult Education
Adult Education
Adult Education
Adult Education
Adult Education
Adult Education
Adult Education
Adult Education
Adult Education
Adult Education
Adult Education
Adult Education
Adult Education
Adult Education
Adult Education
Adult Education
Adult Education
Adult Education
Adult Education
Adult Education
Adult Education
Adult Education
Adult Education
Adult Education
Adult Education
Adult Education
Adult Education
Adult Education
Adult Education
Adult Education
Adult Education
Adult Education
Salary
Placement
B5
B5
B5
Al
B5
B5
B5
B5
B5
A3
A4
B5
B5
B1
B5
B3
B5
B5
B5
B5
B5
B1
B1
Al
A2
A4
B5
B5
A2
B5
B5
A3
B5
B4
Rate
60.33
60.33
60.33
48.83
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
54.60
57.46
60.33
60.33
48.83
60.33
54.60
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
48.83
48.83
48.83
51.71
57.46
60.33
60.33
51.71
60.33
60.33
54.60
60.33
57.46
LIBRARIAN
Reemployed
Name
Augugliaro
Liong
Nitsch
Owen
Reeve
Russell
Siddiqi
Vogel
Wood
Mary
Jocelle
Lisa
Margaret
Mellanie
Bruce
Cathy
Karen
Suzanne
Library
Library
Library
Library
Library
Library
Library
Library
Library
Salary
Placement
L1
L2
L2
L2
L1
L2
L2
L2
L2
Rate
40.23
43.10
43.10
43.10
40.23
43.10
43.10
43.10
43.10
Assignment
Library
Library
Salary
Placement
B5
B5
Rate
60.33
60.33
FACULTY HOURLY - LIBRARY
Reemployed
Name
Mitchell
Sampson
Valencia
Lynda
VI.R
ACADEMIC AFFAIRS
Part-Time Counselors
Discipline
Project Hope
Salary
Placement
Cl
Rate
40.23
Discipline
Psychology
Salary
Placement
Al
Rate
48.83
Discipline
Child Develipment
Salary
Placement
B5
60.33
Patricia
Sybil
John
Lyndsey
Nicole
Alexandra
Marquis
Harold
Ruixue
Hope
Discipline
ESL
Reading
Reading
English
English
English
English
Reading
Reading
English
Salary
Placement
B5
B2
B5
Al
A5
B1
A5
A2
B5
B5
Rate
60.33
51.71
60.33
48.83
60.33
48.83
60.33
51.71
60.33
60.33
Valerie
Michael
Eric
Rebekah
Discipline
Dance
Athletics
Athletics
Dance
Salary
Placement
Al
Al
A3
A3
Rate
48.83
48.83
54.60
54.60
Name
Ochoa
Lorena
BUSINESS EDUC/HUMANITIES/SS
Part-Time Instructors
Name
Barbari
Nicole
HEALTH OCCUPATIONS
Part-Time Instructors
Name
Medina
Ceci
LIBERAL ARTS
Part-Time Instructors
Name
Berry
DiGiovanni
Kane
Lefebvre
Lovejoy
Lykissas
Nave
Smith
Yang
Yoneshige
PE/ATHLETICS
Part-Time Instructors
Name
Cabag
Allen
Gould
Davidson
1
SCIENCE, ENGINEERING & MATHEMATICS
Part-Time Instructors
Name
McFadden
Discipline
Mathematics
Salary
Placement
B5
Discipline
Woodworking
EDT
Plastics
Machine Tool Tech
Automotive Collision Repair
Architecture
Salary
Placement
E18
E26
E30
F18
E26
F30
David
Dora
Discipline
Career Services
International Students
Salary
Placement
C2
C2
Lance
Discipline
Summer Bridge EOPS
Salary
Placement
E7
Kay
Harriet
Discipline
DSP&S
DSP&S
Salary
Placement
B5
B5
William
Rate
60.33
TECHNOLOGY
Full-Time Instructors
Name
Fortner
Hiranandani
Price
Real
Robertson
Rother
Anthony
Jayananda
Terry
Yannick
Charles
Edward
STUDENT SERVICES
Part-Time Counselors
Name
Young
Macias
Rate
43.10
43.10
Full-Time Instructors
Name
Kayser
Part-Time Instructors
Name
Follett
Nakasone
2
Rate
60.33
60.33
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VI.S
EMPLOYMENT OF CLASSIFIED, SHORT-TERM, SUBSTITUTE,
AND/OR STUDENT HOURLY PERSONNEL
CLASSIFIED EMPLOYMENT
Secretary A 30-4 ($3,792.00 per month) effective July 25, 2011:
Elizabeth Quintero (Fiscal Services)
Lead Warehouse Person A34-2 L1 ($3,988.95 per month) effective July 19, 2011:
Richard D. Smith (Purchasing)
Vocational Education & Special Projects Assistant A45-2 L1 ($5,158.65 per month) effective
August 1, 2011:
Kathy Hogue (CITE)
Delivery Person A25-5 L1 ($3,717.00 per month) effective July 26, 2011:
Miguel Arias (Purchasing)
Administrative Secretary (Confidential) A3-2 + L2 ($4,624.99 per month) effective August 22,
2011:
Anna Edwards (Academic Affairs)
SHORT-TERM HOURLY EMPLOYMENT (AS NEEDED), VARIABLE HOURS PER DAY & DAYS
PER WEEK, FOR A PERIOD NOT TO EXCEED JUNE 30, 2011 OR 175 TOTAL WORKDAYS,
WHICHEVER OCCURS FIRST
Palafox, Anay
Aide-General (Lab)
$8.00/hr
05/16/11
Clerk
$8.64/hr
06/17/11
Typist Clerk
$8.64/hr
06/25/11
05/25/11
Banquet Chef
$13.13/hr
04/25/11
Cont. Ed. Specialist (Cultural Arts)
$28.07/hr
06/17/11
06/01/11
Community Education Specialist
$29.15/hr
05/31/11
06/23/11
03/01/11
Martinez, Ernesto**
Brown-Thompson, Damisha
Jimenez, Luis
Aiton, Amanda**
Hoyer, Eric**
Sanchez, Hector**
Aiton, Amanda*
Guzman, Julio*
Mondaca, Frances**
Nunez, Maria**
Parras, Emmanuel*
Ramos, Maria**
Sanchez, Marisol**
Sanchez, Sandra**
Ramos, Gerardo**
06/27/11
03/18/11
03/01/11
It
Cont. Ed. Specialist/Business Tech.
* Categorically Funded
** Specially Funded
Presented to the Board of Trustees 8/10/11
1
$50.42/hr
06/01/11
SHORT-TERM HOURLY EMPLOYMENT (AS NEEDED), VARIABLE HOURS PER DAY & DAYS
PER WEEK FOR A PERIOD NOT TO EXCEED JUNE 30 2012 OR 175 TOTAL WORKDAYS
WHICHEVER OCCURS FIRST
Cortez, Luis
Baez, Michael
Brennan, Jamie
Canjan-Garcia, Fernando
Gomez, Jose de Jesus
Gonzalez, Aaron
Hernandez, Cynthia
Johnson, Cameron
Loayza, Diana
Mathews, Ashaka
Molina, Nelson
Rivas, Anna
Young, Kimberly
Zepeda, Gustavo
Amezcua, Denise**
Anaya, Jacob**
Anderson, Omar**
Becerra, Juana**
Bivens, Alexandra**
Childress, Deana**
Contreras, Jaime**
Corbin, Nicholas**
Garcia, Adrian**
Garza, Anita**
Gonzalez, Claudia**
Jimenez, Stephanie**
Jones, Nikoshee**
Jorkin, Kenneth**
McIntosh, Michael**
Milner, Wesley**
Montgomery, Candace**
Munday, Ariel**
Neal, Kirstin**
Nunes, Jesse**
Nunez, Salvador**
Nwakanma, Benjamin**
Parr, Richard**
Pena, Alejandro**
Pavelski, Charles**
Ramirez, Irene**
Salcedo, Christopher**
Strawn, Kristen**
Summers, Brandon**
Taylor, Michael**
Walle, Andres**
Wilcox, Brandon**
Aide-General (Clerical)
$8.00/hr
7/01/11
Aide-General (Lab)
$8.00/hr
7/01/11
II
II
II
11
II
II
II
Aide-General (Traffic Control Officer)
$8.00/hr
II
II
II
II
II
11
07/01/11
II
II
11
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
2
II
SHORT-TERM HOURLY EMPLOYMENT AS NEEDED VARIABLE HOURS PER DAY & DAYS
PER WEEK, FOR A PERIOD NOT TO EXCEED JUNE 30, 2012 OR 175 TOTAL WORKDAYS
WHICHEVER OCCURS FIRST
Alcala, Cindy*
Buenrostro, Ana Gabriela*
Chavez Raygoza, Yeraldin*
Dharmadnikari, Anita*
Griffis, Crystal*
Hernandez, Luis*
Leonard, Krystal*
Madrigal, Yesenia*
Magana, Roger*
Mose, Rosalyn*
Peabody, Helen*
Postma, Casey*
Roca, Rey Paolo*
Shah, Kundan*
Aguirre, Jesse*
Aguilar, Yenisei*
Alcantar, Ashley*
Anthony, John
Arellano, Simon*
Arezmendi, Marie*
Arteaga, Guadalupe*
Badesha, Kirndeep*
Barragan, Jesus*
Barraza, Crystal*
Barrera, Cassandra
Barrera, Leonel*
Barrientez, Enrique*
Barroga, Jurizz
Cahuantzi, lvonne*
Cardenas, Cristina*
Carrillo, Ileen*
Cartwright, Keyana*
Castro, Jacqueline*
Chaidez, Vicky*
Colin, Edith*
Conchas, Vanessa*
Cortez, Rosio*
Cortez, Veronica*
Cunningham, Tyler*
Duenas, Nayeli
Esquivel, Daphne*
Garcia, Marilu*
Garcia, Richard*
Gonzales, Diana
Gonzalez, Antonio*
Gonzalez, Briannah*
Gonzalez, Leannah*
Aide-Special (Special Education)
$8.00/hr (2)
$8.00/hr (1)
$8.20/hr (3)
$8.00/hr (2)
07/01/11
II
II
II
$8.00/hr (1)
II
II
$8.20/hr (3)
$8.00/hr (1)
$8.20/hr (3)
$8.00/hr (2)
II
II
$8.20/hr (3)
II
Aide-Special (Counselor)
$8.00/hr (1)
II
07/05/11
II
II
II
$8.00/hr (2)
$8.00/hr (1)
II
II
11
II
II
II
II
11
07/01/11
07/05/11
II
II
07/01/11
07/05/11
II
II
II
II
$8.20/hr (3)
$8.00/hr (1)
07/01/11
07/05/11
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
11
II
II
II
II
07/01/11
07/05/11
II
II
07/01/11
II
07/05/11
II
II
3
SHORT-TERM HOURLY EMPLOYMENT (AS NEEDED), VARIABLE HOURS PER DAY & DAYS
PER WEEK, FOR A PERIOD NOT TO EXCEED JUNE 30, 2012 OR 175 TOTAL WORKDAYS,
WHICHEVER OCCURS FIRST
Gonzalez, Oscar*
Guerrero, Claudia*
Harrison, Tyren*
Jackson, Shardae*
Machuca, Edith*
Martinez, Joanna*
Matzen, Christopher*
Maya, Brian*
Nelson Jr., Don
Nunez-Ruiz, Remedios*
Perez, Marvin*
Pena, Johanna
Ricketts, Geoffrey*
Rodriguez, Yardley*
Solis-Cortes, Jorge*
Umana, Yesenia*
Vazquez, Ana*
Vasquez, Karla
Asif, Muhammad Abdul Rahman
Day, Nicole
Garcia, Maria
Glory, Susana
Aide-Special (Counselor)
07/05/11
11
$8.00/hr (2)
$8.00/hr (1)
07/01/11
07/05/11
11
07/01/11
07/05/11
07/01/11
07/05/11
07/01/11
07/05/11
07/01/11
07/05/11
07/01/11
11
Aide-Special (Tutor)
$8.00/hr (2)
07/01/11
$8.20/hr (3)
$8.00/hr (1)
Clerk
Alpenia, Elaine
Cahuanzi, Karina
Cortez Montiel, Jannet*
Garcia, Stephanie*
Hampton, Janelle*
Hernandez, Sarah*
Mejia, Angelein*
Miramontes, Jonathan*
Moran, Susan*
Nelson, Edward
Nwakanma, Benjamin*
Ojediran, Kolawole*
Renteria, Mario**
Rubio, Juliana*
Ruiz, Andrew**
Salazar, Maria**
Samson, Beau**
Stovall, Aunjanae**
Brown-Thompson, Damisha
Gavia, Cecilia
Jimenez, Luis
Johns, Lance
Novoa-Vargas, Alejandra*
Valenzuela, Juan
$8.00/hr (1)
$8.64/hr
07/01/11
11
11
It
11
11
Typist Clerk
4
11
11
$8.64/hr
07/01/11
SHORT-TERM HOURLY EMPLOYMENT AS NEEDED VARIABLE HOURS PER DAY & DAYS
PER WEEK, FOR A PERIOD NOT TO EXCEED JUNE 30, 2012 OR 175 TOTAL WORKDAYS,
WHICHEVER OCCURS FIRST
Kongkosonkichkan, April
Nguyen, Vinh
Aide-Special (Costume Technician)
$9.56/hr (2)
07/01/11
Forsythe, Brittany
Hughes, Areal
Martinez, Jeanette
Medallo, Aljen
Meiloaica, Monica
Rodriguez, Christopher
Beau, Samson
Sisneros, Jessie
Aide-Special (Outreach Worker)
$9.56/hr (2)
07/01/11
Bagley, Barbara
Brazel, Jackie
Brown, Carolyn Joy
11
11
11
PBX Operator/Receptionist
07/01/11
$9.31/hr
07/01/11
$10.51/hr (3)
$9.56/hr (1)
$9.99/hr (2)
$9.56/hr (1)
07/01/11
11
Alvarez, Anthony*
Cadenas, Marlon*
Elias, Stephanie*
Feliciano, Kenia*
Mora, Anthony*
Montelongo, Denise*
Financial Aid Clerk
Ballogg, Margarete
Baquera, Elizabeth*
Barragan, Loida
Benjamin, Marian*
Blea, Maria*
Buhay, Renatividad
Caldwell, Matthew*
Castillo, Brenda*
Colin, Connie
Farol, Ronald
Hernandez, Fernando*
Koirala, Suman*
Lemus, Gloria*
Ly, An
Rodriguez, Melanie
San Juan, Mario
Taylor, Jessica*
Instructional Aide I
De La Campa, Kesia
Crespin, Priscilla**
Miramontes, Marianne
Monroy, Carolina
Intermediate Typist Clerk
Cos, Jessika
Mishler, Katherine
Nelson, Linda
$9.07/hr
11
08/15/11
07/01/11
$9.99/hr (2)
$9.56/hr (1)
11
$10.51/hr (3)
$9.56/hr (1)
11
08/15/11
07/01/11
$10.51/hr (3)
$9.99/hr (2)
$9.56/hr
07/01/11
11
11
Student Activities Clerk
11
5
$9.56/hr
07/01/11
SHORT-TERM HOURLY EMPLOYMENT (AS NEEDED), VARIABLE HOURS PER DAY & DAYS
PER WEEK, FOR A PERIOD NOT TO EXCEED JUNE 30, 2012 OR 175 TOTAL WORKDAYS,.
WHICHEVER OCCURS FIRST
Reyes, Dolores
Ross, Rosina
Santana, Nancy
Thiel, Joan
Villanueva, Joann
Walczak, Elizabeth
Ayala, Guadalupe*
Carranza, Vanessa*
Crespin, Priscilla*
Deramus-Jemison, Markeeta*
Maldonado, Mayra*
Martinez, Rosario
Moreno, Mary Helen
Sotelo, Stephanie
Spencer, Aura*
Castillo, Lucia**
Garcia. Jesus**
Gomez, Ana**
Gonzales, Diana
Hernandez, Fernando
Gutierrez, Silvia
Lorn, Roeuthy**
Murillo, Jose*
Richards, Olivia*
Rodriguez, Edgar
Rodriguez, Michelle**
Rodriguez, Sergio*
Bello, Rosalinda
Burton, Rachal
Barba, Edna
Student Activities Clerk
II
Intermediate Clerk
07/01/11
11
$9.56/hr
07/01/11
II
II
11
II
II
11
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
Intermediate Typist Clerk
$9.56/hr
II
II
07/01/11
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
Admissions & Records Assistant
$9.76/hr
07/01/11
Aide-Special
(Registration Account Clerk)
$10.77/hr (3)
07/01/11
Boss, Brian
Favela-Gutierrez, Samuel
Jaurequi, Gavin
Hall, Dannia
Leyva, Crystina
Littrell, Christina
Pena, Bethany
Gaska, Arturo
Guevara, Susan
Hernandez, Zoriada
Jackson, Aaron
$9.56/hr
II
II
11
II
$10.25/hr (2)
$10.77/hr (3)
$10.25/hr (2)
$10.77/hr (3)
II
11
II
II
Custodian
$9.76/hr
II
II
6
07/01/11
II
SHORT-TERM HOURLY EMPLOYMENT (AS NEEDED), VARIABLE HOURS PER DAY & DAYS
PER WEEK, FOR A PERIOD NOT TO EXCEED JUNE 30, 2012 OR 175 TOTAL WORKDAYS,
WHICHEVER OCCURS FIRST
Baez, Michael
Cuevas, Vincent
Flores, Christopher
Garcia, Albert**
Garcia, Monica**
Hernandez, Cynthia
Johnson, Cameron
Kennedy, Christina
Mathews, Ashaka
Morrison, Danielle**
Perez, Scott
Ramos, Juan
Sandovall, Ricardo**
Sorensen, Richard
Tingley, Tyler
Villalovos, Mary Jane
White, Lauren
Community Outreach Worker
$9.99/hr
07/01/11
11
Gardener/Groundskeeper
$9.99/hr
07/01/11
Bourrett, Michelle**
Daniels, Keiray Shawn
Duarte, Luis**
Samson, Beau
Program Assistant I
$9.99/hr
07/01/11
Castelo, Elizabeth
Senior Typist Clerk
$9.99/hr
07/01/11
Castro, Eduardo
Gronert, Nolan
Community Services Officer
$10.53/hr
07/01/11
Flores, Anan**
Garcia, Jesus**
Garcia, Magali**
Secretary Clerk
$10.53/hr
07/01/11
Program Assistant II
$11.34/hr
07/01/11
Student Affairs Technician
$11.60/hr
07/01/11
Gasca, Arturo
Gardner, Marisa
lacovelli, Constance*
Martinez, Jeanette
Morada, Gabriella
Pena, Johanna*
Templeton, Kathrine*
Alejo, Rosa*
Alvarado, Joanna*
Avila, Viridiana*
Gonzalez, Ruben*
Horton, Anabelle*
11
7
11
SHORT-TERM HOURLY EMPLOYMENT (AS NEEDED) VARIABLE HOURS PER DAY & DAYS
PER WEEK, FOR A PERIOD NOT TO EXCEED JUNE 30, 2012 OR 175 TOTAL WORKDAYS,.
WHICHEVER OCCURS FIRST
leremia, Kim**
Lizarraga, Raquel**
Instructional Aide II
$12.81/hr
07/01/11
Gilreath, Christian*
Koirala, Suman*
Makinano, Lance*
Puente, Miriam**
Simpson, Scott*
Recreational Activity Specialist
$13.65/hr
07/01/11
Bruce, Rachel*
Carbajal, Steven**
Del Real, Judy**
Garris, Lynette**
Hernandez, Ben**
McLennan, Erica*
Odrich, Eileen*
Llamas, Yurira*
Program Facilitator
Antiquera, Carlo
Llamas, Yuriria*
Lopez, Leodomiro*
Student Affairs Assistant
Flores, Christopher
Martinez III, Tony
Mauceri, Joseph
Quan, Doretta
Technical Director/Designer
II
II
II
II
$13.79/hr
07/01/11
II
II
II
11
II
II
II
$13.79/hr
07/01/11
$14.79/hr
07/01/11
11
II
II
II
Bleak, Paul*
Vocational Education & Special
Projects Assistant
$16.41/hr
07/01/11
Lorscheider, Matthew**
Cont. Ed. Specialist (Recreation)
$16.84/hr
07/01/11
Network Administrator
$19.51/hr
07/01/11
Cont. Ed. Specialist (Arts & Crafts)
$22.45/hr
07/01/11
,,
II
Cervantes, Romulo
Alderette, Xavier
Bible, Danielle
Eckhart, Sherry
Gordon, Derek
Leon, Maria
Libal, Angela
Marchetta, Richard
Revelle, Rebecca
Rotnem, Erica
Schmidt, Michael
Vargas-Santamaria, Wilmer
Powell, Maronda
Spencer, Traci
II
II
II
II
II
11
II
II
$23.00/hr
07/01/11
II
II
Aide-Special (Interpreter Level II)
8
SHORT-TERM HOURLY EMPLOYMENT (AS NEEDED), VARIABLE HOURS PER DAY & DAYS
PER WEEK, FOR A PERIOD NOT TO EXCEED JUNE 30, 2012 OR 175 TOTAL WORKDAYS
WHICHEVER OCCURS FIRST
Graciano, Mireya
Kam, Edward
Kwon, Chung
Newmaster, Charity
Nieves, Laura
Partida, Gilbert
Tanner, Desiree
Barrera De Contreras, Gabriela**
Benoun, Joseph**
Mariah**
Blush, Sylvia**
Bowen, Christopher**
Caro, Carlos**
Durado, David**
Edquist, Alicia**
Edmonds, June**
Ford, Diane**
Gonzale, Anthony**
Gutierrez, Melissa**
Hoyer, Eric**
Hurzeler, Cynthia**
Jernigan, Bryan**
Layne, Jonathan**
O'Connell, Jalon**
Walquist, Brian**
Wintersole, Michael**
Allen, Matthew
Ashe, Suzanne
Asis, Brian
Auer, Christina*
Bateman, Michael
Bello-Gardner, Sylvia
Breit, Craig
Buchanan, Patricia*
Cardenas, Mirna*
Casillas, Rocio
Clarke, Mary
Connal, Janice
Driskell, James**
Edwards, Pamela*
El-Abyad, Abdelwahab
Feist, Astrid*
Flores, Wilfredo
Ford, Diane
Gaffaney, Todd
George, Patty
Aide-Special (Interpreter III)
$26.50/hr
07/01/11
11
Cont. Ed. Specialist (Cultural Arts)
$28.07/hr
07/01/11
11
11
11
11
Community Education Specialist
$29.15/hr
08/15/11
07/01/11
08/15/11
07/01/11
08/15/11
11
07/01/11
11
08/15/11
07/01/11
08/15/11
11
9
SHORT-TERM HOURLY EMPLOYMENT (AS NEEDED), VARIABLE HOURS PER DAY & DAYS
PER WEEK, FOR A PERIOD NOT TO EXCEED JUNE 30, 2012 OR 175 TOTAL WORKDAYS,
WHICHEVER OCCURS FIRST
Gersitz, Lorraine
Goodwin, Susan
Grafton, Cindy**
Gift, Norene*
Guzman, Julio*
Kannel, Desiree**
McFarland, Lillian*
Parras, Emmanuel*
Allen Bernice
Mitina, Nadezhda
Nielson, Jack
Pearce, Denine
Serrano, Lena
Seto, Cindy
White, Bruce
Community Education Specialist
$29.15/hr
08/15/11
07/01/11
08/15/11
07/01/11
Aide-Special (Interpreter Level IV)
$33.50/hr
07/01/11
Blake-Holden, Ty
Chae, Enid Kim
Chavez, Selma
Csiszer, Pauline
Dryjanski, Janet
Grady, Jerry
Hill, Tamara
Komulaine, Julie
Morse, Julie
Nelson, Janine
O'Malley, Tom
Sias, Jolene
Tripeny, Kim
Veal, Egla
Williams, Gloria
Aide-Special (Interpreter Level V)
$39.50/hr
07/01/11
Bennett, Tenele
Foster, Marjorie
Parrent, Siri
Aide-Special (Interpreter Certified)
$41.00/hr
07/01/11
Anthony, Kay Marie**
Christian, Mary Jean**
Dame, Rose**
Hernandez, Anthony**
Miller, Vanessa*
Ng, Hazel**
Olive, Yvonne**
Cont. Ed. Specialist (Health Occ.)
$50.52/hr
07/01/11
McSherry, Marilou*
Cont. Ed. Specialist (Business)
$50.52/hr
07/01/11
$75.00/hr
07/01/11
Fitzgerald, Barrett**
Jacobson, Stanley**
Project Specialist (Technical) Level I)
10
SHORT-TERM HOURLY EMPLOYMENT LAS NEEDED) VARIABLE HOURS PER DAY & DAYS
PER WEEK, FOR A PERIOD NOT TO EXCEED JUNE 30, 2012 OR 175 TOTAL WORKDAYS,
WHICHEVER OCCURS FIRST
De Sevilla, Angel**
Fitzgerald, Barrett**
Gereau, Servando**
Project Specialist (Technical) Level II)
11
$100.00/hr
07/01/11
VII.A
CERRITOS COLLEGE
TO:
Board of Trustees
FROM:
Dr. Linda L. Lacy, President/Superintendent
DATE:
August 10, 2011
SUBJECT:
Consideration of Approval of Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee
Membership
RECOMMENDATION
It is recommended that the Board approve the change in membership designation for member Mary
Jane McIntosh (bona-fide taxpayers association member) and approve membership of Lisa Ann Rapp
(community member-at-large) effective August 11, 2011.
OVERVIEW
According to the adopted Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee Bylaws, the Board of Trustees must
approve the membership to this committee. The committee consists of a minimum of seven (7)
members: one student enrolled and active in a community college support group, such as student
government; one member active in a business organization representing the business community
located in the District; one member active in a senior citizen's organization; one member active in a
bona-fide taxpayers association; one member active in a support organization for the college, such as a
foundation; and two members of the community-at-large.
ANALYSIS
There is a vacancy on the Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee for the following members: communityat-large, and bona-fide taxpayers association. The following individuals have expressed interested in
serving on the committee as follows:
Ms. Mary Jane McIntosh currently serves as a community-at-large member; however will now be
designated as the bona-fide taxpayers association member.
Mrs. Lisa Ann Rapp is interested in serving as a community-at-large member. She resides and works
in the community.
FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS
No financial impact.
VII.B
CERRITOS COLLEGE
TO:
Board of Trustees
FROM:
Dr. Linda L. Lacy, President/Superintendent
REVIEWED BY:
David El Fattal, Vice President of Business Services
DATE:
August 10, 2011
SUBJECT:
Consideration of Approval of Cerritos College's Five-Year Construction
Plan (FYCP)
RECOMMENDATION
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the Cerritos College's 2013-2017 Five-Year
Construction Plan and Submittals of IPPs and FPPs.
OVERVIEW
The Five-Year Construction Plan (FYCP) is an annual summary of current and proposed major capital
outlay projects (regardless of funding source) and is mandated by Education Code. It is a snapshot of
current and future capital projects and communicates to the State the District's plans and needs.
ANALYSIS
The District's FYCP lists projects, anticipated time schedules, justification for the project's given
condition, capacity adequacy, cost efficiency, and the source of funding. All anticipated projects
(regardless of funding source) must be included on this list. All "in progress" projects must be included
on this list. All pending IPPs and FPPs must be included on this list. The list serves two purposes: 1)
establishes the basis to justify the projects for which Initial Project Proposals (IPPs) and/or Final Project
Proposals (FPPs) are being prepared and, 2) provides the State Chancellor's Office with an
understanding of the overall need for each project.
This FYCP was developed using the best available information at this time.
The District is resubmitting the following four projects as Initial Project Proposals (IPPs):
1.
2.
3.
4.
Child Development Center (CDC)
Fine Arts Building Replacement
Health Sciences Building Renovation
Physical Education Building Renovation/Replacement
At this time, the Burnight Center replacement has been approved as Final Project Proposal (FPP) and
should be funded if a 2012 bond is authorized.
FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS
There is no financial impact to the unrestricted general fund. Funding is provided by State Capital
Outlay and local bond funds.
Attachment
Calif. Comm. Colleges
Five Year Construction Plan
7/28/2011
District Projects Priority Order
Cerritos CCD
No.
1
Project
ASF
Occupancy
Total Cost
Gymnasium Seismic Retrofit
2010/2011
0
$9,644,000
Source
2011/2012 1 2012/2013
State
Cerritos College
3 Liberal Arts Building #9 Replacement
2012/2013
$15,400,000 NonState
Cerritos College
4 Auto Tech Complex #28
2011/2012
$12,000,000
Cerritos College
(C)(P)(W)
$35,054,000
$4,602,000
NonState
5 Library/LRC Building 10 Renovation, P
2012/2013
$4,000,000 NonState
Cerritos College
(E)
(C)
$1,000,000
$3,000,000
6 Classroom, Lab, Office 2
2015/2016
14,756
$20,658,000
Cerritos College
(P)(W)
$1,354,000
State
7 Fine Arts Center #2 Replacement and
2016/2017
800
State
$25,093,000
$6,273,000 NonState
Cerritos College
8 Health Sciences Bldg #26 Renovation
2016/2017
$15,744,000
State
$2,687,000 NonState
Cerritos College
9 Physical Education Renov/Repl
2017/2018
State
$9,968,000
$1,774,000 NonState
Cerritos College
10 New Child Development Center
2016/2017
12,679
$13,413,000
State
$3,353,000 NonState
Cerritos College
11
Student Services Consolidation
2013/2014
$4,183,000 NonState
(E)
$2,535,000
(C)(P)(W)
$13,209,000
$2,687,000
(C)(P)(W)
$9,968,000
$1,774,000
(P)(W)
$747,000
$849,000
Cerritos College
(C)
(W)
$4,000,000
$100,000
Cerritos College
13 Field House
Cerritos College
NonState
(C)(E)
$19,304,000
(C)(E)(P)(W)
$25,093,000
$6,273,000
12 Health & Wellness Complex
2015/2016
$4,450,000 NonState
2015/2016
$3,000,000
Schedule of Funds
I 2014/2015 I 2015/2016
Cerritos College
Burnight Center #21 Replacement
2016/2017
610
$35,054,000
State
$4,602,000 NonState
2
I 2013/2014
Page 5
(P)(W)
$600,000
(C)(P)(W)
$3,000,000
(C)
$3,850,000
(C)(E)
$12,666,000
$2,504,000
1 2016/2017
I 2017/2018
VII.0
CERRITOS COLLEGE
TO:
Board of Trustees
FROM:
Dr. Linda L. Lacy, President/Superintendent
PREPARED BY:
Victor Collins, Interim Vice President of HR/Assistant Superintendent
DATE:
August 10, 2011
SUBJECT:
Consideration of Approval of Management & Confidential Employees Salary
Schedule, 2011-2012, Effective 9-1-2011
RECOMMENDATION
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the Management & Confidential
Employees Salary Schedule and the Contract Management Employees Salary Schedule for
2011-2012, effective September 1, 2011.
OVERVIEW
The proposed salary schedules reflect the compensation levels for unrepresented employees
(educational and classified administrators, classified managers and confidential employees), the
titles of classifications covered by the salary schedules and the salary range that is assigned to
respective positions.
ANALYSIS
The recommended salary schedules result in the elimination of the separate schedule applicable
to Confidential Employees. In addition: (1) longevity increments are eliminated; and (2) the Step
advancement provided to management based upon completion of an approved project
performance is eliminated.
FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS
The District obtains a reduction in management team salary expenditures over the next three
years under the proposed salary schedule. The savings are a result of administrative
reorganization that eliminates one Executive Dean position; participation of educational and
classified administrators in the recent SERP; and, personnel procedure that will place affected
personnel on the recommended Salary Schedule at the prescribed salary Range, although
placement will be restricted to the Step assignment that is the nearest to the individual
employee's 2010-2011 salary.
Management & Confidential Job Titles
Effective Date: 9/1/2011
Grade Position Title
BD Approval: XXIXX/XX
Dean Academic Success & Institutional Effectiveness
42
Dean of Academic Affairs
Dean of Admissions, Records & Services
Dean of Counseling Services
Dean of Disabled Student Programs & Services
Dean of Student Support Services
Dean of the Library, Special Programs & Srvcs
Dir of Public & Goverment Relations
Dir, Information Technology
Instructional Dean
Director of Fiscal Svcs
38
Director of Physical Plant
Dir Employment, Diversity & Legal Services
37
Dir Human Resources/ Risk Management
Dir of Career & Assessmt Services
35
Associate Dean of Student Health, Wellness & Veterans Srvcs
Chief Of Campus Police
Dir of Research & Planning
32
Exec Dir of Foundation & Community Advancement
Director of Student Activities
Manager, Information Technology
Dir of CalWORKs Services
Dir of Child Develop Ctr
EOPS Assistant Director
29
Dir Adult Education/ Diversity Programs
Director of Community Ed
Director of Purchasing
Director, Pathway Programs
Dir, Adv Transpor Tech Project
Dir Community Advancement
28
Accounting Manager
Budget Manager
Payroll Manager
PeopleSoft Database Administrator
Web Administrator
26
Dir of Foster & Kindship Care Educational Program
Dir of International Student Services
Facilities Manager
22
Operations Manager
21
Exec Assistant to the President (Confidential)
17
Administrative Assistant (Confidential)
14
Human Resources Technician II (Confidential)
12
Human Resources Technician I (Confidential)
CERRITOS COLLEGE
TO:
Board of Trustees
FROM:
Dr. Linda L. Lacy, President/Superintendent
REVIEWED BY:
David El Fattal, Vice President of Business Services'cik
PREPARED BY:
Jenney Ho, Director of Purchasing
DATE:
September 7, 2011
SUBJECT:
Consideration of Acceptance of Gifts
RECOMMENDATION
It is recommended that the gifts below be accepted on behalf of the College.
ANALYSIS
The following items have been received by the College as a donation:
For use in the Automotive Department:
• Used Subaru Engine, 2.5L Engine, Serial #D237815
Donated by: Subaru of America, Inc.
P.O. Box 6000
Cherry Hill, NJ 08034-6000
The estimated value of the above items is $0.00.
FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS
There is no cost to the District.
CERRITOS COLLEGE
TO:
Board of Trustees
FROM:
Dr. Linda L. Lacy, President/Superintendent,'
PREPARED BY:
Dr. Marilyn Brock, Dean of Academic Affairs
REVIEWED BY:
William C. Farmer, Jr., Vice President of Academic Affairs kileF
DATE:
September 7, 2011
SUBJECT:
Consideration of Approval of Textbook Adoptions for Fall 2011
RECOMMENDATION
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve textbook adoption requests for Fall 2011, as attached.
OVERVIEW
Textbook selections have been made for Fall 2011.
ANALYSIS
Textbook selection is addressed in Board Policy 3025, adopted November 24, 1995:
Textbook selection and evaluation are important responsibilities of the faculty of a college.
A textbook should be used for whatever length of time its content is current and useful. To ensure against
obsolescence, division instructional deans along with department chairpersons, shall be responsible for the
reevaluation of all textbooks used more than three years.
The appropriate division dean must approve all textbook adoption requests and send them to the Dean of
Academic Affairs, the Vice President of Academic Affairs, and then to the President/Superintendent for
recommendation to the Board of Trustees for final adoption.
FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS
No financial impact.
Attachment
CERRITOS COLLEGE
TEXT ADOPTION REQUESTS FOR FALL 2011
COURSE
NAME
COURSE
NUMBER
TITLE OF TEXT
PRICE
PUBLISHER
EDITION
*
PRIOR
TEXT
ADOPTED
Asian Art
Art 107
Far Eastern Art
$119.42
Prentice Hall,
Inc./Harry N.
Abrams, Inc.
5th
N
New
5th
N
New
Introduction to
Microcomputer
Hardware &
Software
General
Introductory
Psychology
Psychology of
Gender
General
Introductory
Psychology
General
Introductory
Psychology
General
Introductory
Psychology
Developmental
Psychology
Social
Psychology
American History
& Constitution
CIS 102
A+ Guide to Hardware
$86.49
Course
Technology
PSYC 101
THINK: Psychology
$73.33
Pearson
1st
N
New
PSYC 265
Gender: Psychological
Perspectives
$114.60
Allyn and
Bacon/Pearson
6th
N
New
PSYC 101
Psychology: An Exploration
$127.75
Pearson
1"
N
New
PSYC 101
Psychology
$168.00
Pearson
3 rd
N
New
PSYC 101
Introduction to Psychology
$127.75
Pearson
5th
N
New
Allyn and
Bacon/Pearson
2nd
N
New
12th
N
New
1st
N
New
PSYC 251
Exploring Lifespan Development
$140.25
PSYC 251
THINK: Social Psychology
A People's History of the United
States
$76.00
HIST 101
$18.90
Pearson
Harper Perennial
Modern Classics
Political & Social
History
Political & Social
History
American History
& Constitution
Political & Social
History
Introduction to
Education
Research
Methods
Criminal
Investigation
US History
HIST 100
US History
Intro To
PsychoBiology
General
Introductory
Psychology
HIST 103
A People's History of the United
States
A People's History of the United
States
Voices of a People's History of the
United States
Voices of a People's History of the
United States
Education: The Practice and
Profession of Teaching
Research Methods: A Tool for
Life
Criminal Investigation Basic
Perspective
"Out of Many: A History of the
American People" Vol 1
"Out of Many: A History of the
American People" Vol 2
PSYC 241
Brain and Behavior
$92.95
Sage
3rd
N
New
PSYC 101
Exploring Psychology
$115.75
Worth
8th
N
New
HIST 102
HIST 102
HIST 101
HIST 102
EDEL 200
PSYC 220
AJ 220
$22.95
Harper Perennial
Modern Classics
Rowman &
Littlefield
Seven Stories
Press
Seven Stories
Press
$64.25
Pearson
1st
N
New
$110.10
2nd
N
New
$104.00
Pearson
Pearson Prentice
Hall
12th
N
New
$62.85
Pearson
6th
R
Revised
$62.85
Pearson
6th
R
Revised
$18.90
$29.95
$22.95
*: N = New
R = Replacement
Presented to the Board of Trustees on September 7, 2011
Prices quoted are prices in effect on above date.
1st
N
New
7th
N
New
2nd
N
New
2nd
N
New
CERRITOS COLLEGE
TO:
Board of Trustees
FROM:
Dr. Linda L. Lacy, President/Superintendent Ai'
PREPARED BY:
Dr. Bryan Reece, Dean of Academic Success and Institutional Effectiveness
DATE:
September 7, 2011
SUBJECT:
Consideration of Approval of the Use of Volunteers for the Student
Success Centers
RECOMMENDATION
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the use of volunteer tutors for the Student
Success Centers.
OVERVIEW
The Student Success Centers for math, reading, writing and study skills opened their doors and begin
offering a range of enhance services in the Fall Semester of 2011. As the Centers grow, it is anticipated
that the student demand for services will outstrip our allotted budgets for the two Centers. We are
deploying several strategies in anticipation of this growth. One strategy is the recruitment and training
of volunteers.
ANALYSIS
One way that we will deliver support for student learning is through the tutor model. We have a
moderate budget set aside for tutoring through the Centers and the initial demand for tutoring services
will likely be met with hourly staff (hourly tutors). However, as the demand for tutoring grows, the
corresponding need for additional tutors will exceed the Centers' budget. One means to bridge this gap
is through the use of volunteer tutors. Volunteer tutors will consist of retired faculty, community
volunteers, and perhaps graduate students looking for additional experience (unpaid internships).
Volunteer tutors will work directly with students to assist with any learning activity in the Centers
(traditional tutoring, Directed Learning Activities assistance, technology assistance, etc.).
FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS
No general funds will be used.
CERRITOS COLLEGE
TO:
Board of Trustees
FROM
Dr. Linda L. Lacy, President/Superintendent"
REVIEWED BY
'Dr. Marilyn Brock, Interim Vice President of Academic Affairs
PREPARED BY
Carl Bengston, Dean of Library and Special Projects and Service
DATE:
September 7, 2011
SUBJECT:
Consideration of Approval of PerkinsNTEA Grant Honorarium
RECOMMENDATION
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve honorariums for the guest speakers listed below.
OVERVIEW
Under the Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Technical Act of 2006, Perkins funds (VTEA) will be utilized to
develop new occupational classes and programs in order to improve and promote vocational and
technical educational programs, services, and activities.
ANALYSIS
As part of the effort to grow the film production program, the Fine Arts Division has been awarded special
funding from the Perkins (VTEA) program to hold a series of workshops conducted by industry experts
during the 2011-2012 academic year These individuals represent all aspects of the industry and include
prominent members of the industry. Some of the workshops will be held at the college and some at
studio sites. These will be scheduled on an "as needed" basis.
Greg Robinson
Location Scout
$250 per 4 hr workshop
$500 per 6 hr workshop
Sam Warren
Casting Director
$250 per 4 hr workshop
$500 per 6 hr workshop
Tim Reischauer
DGA Assistant Director
$250 per 4 hr workshop
$500 per 6 hr workshop
Kurt Gauger
Prop Master
$250 per 4 hr workshop
$500 per 6 hr workshop
Jordan Smith
Film Historian
$250 per 4 hr workshop
$500 per 6 hr workshop
Philip Owens
Editor
$250 per 4 hr workshop
$500 per 6 hr workshop
Geoff Aymar
Jazz Composer/Pianist
$250 per 4 hr workshop
$500 per 6 hr workshop
Haskell Wexler
Director
$250 per 4 hr workshop
$500 per 6 hr workshop
Bill Walter
Lighting Director
$250 per 4 hr workshop
$500 per 6 hr workshop
Scot Byrd
Songwriter/Musician
$250 per 4 hr workshop
$500 per 6 hr workshop
Patrick Flynn
Sound/Editing
$250 per 4 hr workshop
$500 per 6 hr workshop
Michael Stanton
Music Video "Boot Camp"
All day workshop
$3,500 per day
FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS
Perkins (VTEA) funds will be utilized for this expenditure. No district general funds will be used.
CERRITOS COLLEGE
TO:
Board of Trustees
FROM:
Dr. Linda L. Lacy, President/Superintendent
REVIEWED BY:
David El Fattal, Vice President of Business Services-0
PREPARED BY:
Jenney Ho, Director of Purchasing
DATE:
September 7, 2011
Consideration of Approval of Change Order #1 (Bid #0809-04), Vigilant
Insurance Company, Auto Technology Modernization and Addition
SUBJECT:
RECOMMENDATION
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve Change Order #1 (Bid #0809-04), Vigilant
Insurance Company for the Auto Technology Modernization & Addition in the amount of $30,477.00
with the new contract amount being $5,249,077.00. Funding for this project is coming from the GO
Bond.
OVERVIEW
On March 16, 2011, the Board awarded a contract to Vigilant Insurance Company for the Auto
Technology Modernization & Addition. Public Contract Code Section 20659 requires Board approval
for a change order to a public works bid.
ANALYSIS
The total cost for the attached items in this Change Order #1 is $30,477.00. The original contract
amount approved by the Board was $5,218,600.00. Change Order #1 has been reviewed by Tilden-Coil
Constructors (Construction Management); and the Vice President of Business Services. Please refer
to the attachment for the items, details and approvals of Change Order Number One.
FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS
The cost will be $30,477.00 bringing the total contract amount to $5,249,077.00. Funding is from the
GO Bond.
Project:
Cerritos College
Automotive Technology Complex
Modernization & Addition
11110 Alondra Blvd
Norwalk, CA 90650
To:
Vigilant Insurance Company
15 Mountain View Road
Warren, NJ 07059
P: 908- 903-5339
F: 908-903-5537
Change Order Number: 01
Summary:
Item 1.01
Description:
Locate and add the tie in of the site gas line originally identified as to connect to an
existing stub out.
Field Work Directive # 80, EMAE Change Order Request # 96.
Reference:
Location of existing gas Iine was actually found to not have an existing stub out at the
Reason:
P.O.C. identified on plans. This required a welded connection to be added and therefore
an additional cost.
Contractor and Architect / Engineer
Requested by:
Add
$ 1,015.00
Cost:
0
Days
Time Extension:
Item 1.02
Description:
Reference:
Reason:
Provide and install additional floor tiles in Men's and Women's Restrooms of Building B.
Field Work Directive # 74, EMAE Change Order Request # 93.
Correct existing unlevel concrete floor in the, outside the new showers in each restroom,
previously shown to remain as existing concrete.
Architect (as per 10/27/10 Project Meeting).
Requested by:
Add
Cost:
$ 3,173.00
Days
0
Time Extension:
Item 1.03
Description:
Provide and install additional wall tiles in back of lockers as well as the alcove entrance in
the Women's Restroom at Building B.
Field Work Directive # 75, EMAE Change Order Request # 94
Reference:
To better visually align the new lockers with new ADA locker just down the wall line
Reason:
inside the main portion of the restroom.
Program
Manager (Bovis)
Requested by:
Add
$ 2,571.00
Cost:
Days
0
Time Extension:
Item 1.04
Description:
Provide compressed air drop for vacuum in the Euro Car Repair Lab Room # SO, Building
B.
Request For Information # 245, EMAE Change Order Request # 101
Reference:
Air drop required for the Campus' vacuum equipment.
Reason:
Requested by:
Campus
Add
$ 378.00
Cost:
Days
0
Time Extension:
Project:
Contractor:
Automotive Technology Complex Modernization & Addition
Vigilant Insurance Company
Change Order Number: 01
Page 2 of 5
Item 1.05
Description:
Reference:
Reason:
Provide power and air supply for the relocated dynamometer.
Request For Information # 244
Provide power and air supply to the dynamometer in the relocated location in the Alt.
Fuels Lab Room # 62 in Building B.
Requested by:
Campus equipment requirement.
Cost:
$1,408.00
Add
Time Extension:
Days
0
Item 1.06
Description:
Furnish and install Symmons shower heads in lieu of Delta, the Men's and Women's
showers in Building B.
Reference:
Request For Information # 248, EMAE Change Order Request # 104
Reason:
Better quality shower head.
Architect .
Requested by:
Cost:
Add
$514.00
Time Extension:
Days
0
Item 1.07
Description:
Reference:
Reason:
Requested by:
Cost:
Time Extension:
Furnish and install air line drop in the Lab Room # 52 in Building B.
Request For Information # 253, EMAE Change Order Request # 105
Single line air drop requested in this room by the end user.
Campus
Add
Days
$383.00
0
Item 1.08
Description:
Reference:
Furnish and install one additional access ladder at the North East corner of Building B.
Architect's Supplemental Instruction # 07, Field Work Directive # 82, EMAE Change
Order Request # 107.
Reason:
Accessibility required.
Requested by:
Architect
Cost:
Add
$2,584.00
Time Extension:
Days
0
Item 1.09
Description:
Reference:
Reason:
Requested by:
Cost:
Time Extension:
Item 1.10
Description:
Reference:
Reason:
Provide 4" Drain Trap and 2" Vent at the Medium Truck Bay Building H.
Request For Information # 298, Jaynes Change Order Request # A-RFI298.
Code requirement.
Architect
Add
Days
$2,591.00
0
Add cleanouts • for each new catch basin at the Medium Truck Bay Building H.
Request For Information # 299, Jaynes Change Order Request # A-RFI299.
The elevation of the existing underground sewer lines allowed for the new waste line
from the catch basins to have only minimal slope. As to prevent and ease any future
maintenance required, cleanouts were added at each of the catch basins of concern.
Requested by:
Architect
Cost:
Add
$1,845.00
Time Extension:
Days
0
Project:
Contractor:
Automotive Technology Complex Modernization & Addition
Vigilant Insurance Company
Change Order Number: 01
Page 3 of 5
Item 1.11
Description:
Reference:
Reason:
Reframe Interior Wall at Building A, Room 12.
Request For Information # 300, Jaynes Change Order Request # A-RFI300.
Upon opening the walls, the existing wall framing wass found to have been framed
incorrectly. The framing of this wall needed to be replaced.
Architect.
Requested by:
Add
$3,042.00
Cost:
0
Days
Time Extension:
Item 1.12
Description:
Reference:
Reason:
Transite Pipe Removal and Wet Soil Mitigation, for the foundation Building H.
Field Work Directive # 002T, Jaynes Change Order Request # A-FWD002T.
Upon excavating for the foundation of new Building H, the existing sewer line to be
removed was found to be transite sewer line (hazardous material) and it was required to
have the Abatement Contractor remove and mitigate this unforeseen condition. Upon
removing the existing catch basin in this area, the catch basin was found to have been
leaking for some time and the soil was overly saturated the soil beyond the depth of the
excavation required for the new foundation. In turn, the existing soil could not be
compacted to a level suitable for the new foundation of Building H. This saturated soil
was removed, dried out and mixed with unsaturated soil, aggregate base added, and the
soil re-compacted.
Environmental Consultant, Geotechnical Consultant, and Program Manager.
Requested by:
Add
$4,528.00
Cost:
0
Days
Time Extension:
Item 1.13
Description:
Reference:
Reason:
Removal of Existing Furniture and Decor in Building A.
Field Work Directive # 003T, Jaynes Change Order Request # A- FWD003T.
The furniture and decor was not salvageable. It was left in the building and required to be
removed for contractor to commence their scope of work.
Program Manager.
Requested by:
$2,361.00
Add
Cost:
0
Days
Time Extension:
Item 1.14
Description:
Reference:
Reason:
Requested by:
Cost:
Time Extension:
Add 8 Light Fixtures in Building G.
Architect's Supplemental Instructions # 009, Jaynes Change Order Request # A-ASI009.
Additional lighting needed to accommodate high bay shelving.
Architect.
Add
$4,084.00
0
Days
Project:
Contractor:
Automotive Technology Complex Modernization & Addition
Vigilant Insurance Company
Change Order Number: 01
Page 4 of 5
SUMMARY of COST:
TOTAL OF THIS CHANGE ORDER
TOTAL ADDITIONAL WORKING DAYS:
$30,477.021
0 (zero)
CONTRACT SUMMARY:
Original Contract Amount
Net change by previous Change Orders
Net sum prior to this Change Order
Amount of This Change Order
New Contract Sum
Percentage of Change to Contract
5;218,600:00
$0.00
5,218,600.00
30,477.00
5,249,077.00
0.6%
Project:
Contractor:
Automotive Technology Complex Modernization & Addition
Vigilant Insurance Company
Change Order Number: 01
Page 5 of 5
This Change Order is hereby executed on the 7th day of September, 2011.
Approved By:
Approved By:
CERRITOS COLLEGE
DAVID EL FATTAL, V.P. OF BUSINESS SERVICES
11110 ALONDRA-BLVD.
NORWALK, CA 90650.
VIGILANT INSURANCE COMPANY (BENCHMARK)
MIKE TOMEO, AGENT
15 MOUNTAIN VIEW RD. (2 VENTURE, STEM 200)- WARREN, NJ 07059 (IRVINE, CA 92618)
Reviewed By:
TILDEN-COIL CONSTRUCTORS, INC.
JIMMY RIORDAN, PROJECT MANAGER
11110 ALONDRA BLVD.
NORWALK, CA 90650
SNYDER KIMSEY / CALDWELL
THOMAS, ARCHITECT
WASHINGTON BLVD.
INA DEL REY, CA 90292
CERRITOS COLLEGE
TO:
Board of Trustees
FROM:
Dr. Linda L. Lacy, President/Superintendent
REVIEWED BY:
David El Fattal, Vice President of Business Services 941.k
PREPARED BY:
Jenney Ho, Director of Purchasing
DATE:
September 7, 2011
SUBJECT:
Consideration of Approval of Change Order #2 (Bid #0910-03), Hanan
Construction Co., Fencing
RECOMMENDATION
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve Change Order #2 (Bid #0910-03), Hanan
Construction Co., for Fencing in the amount of $10,534.00 with the new contract amount being
$213,446.00. Funding for this project is coming from the State Scheduled Maintenance/Capital Outlay
Funds.
OVERVIEW
On March 17, 2010, the Board awarded a contract to Hanan Construction Co., for Fencing. A previous
change order approved by the Board is as follows:
Change Order #1 — July 6, 2011 — $9,912.00
Public Contract Code Section 20659 requires Board approval for a change order to a public works bid.
ANALYSIS
The total cost for the attached items in this Change Order #2 is $10,534.00. The original contract
amount approved by the Board was $193,000.00. Change Order #2 has been reviewed by Tilden-Coil
Constructors (Construction Management); and the Vice President of Business Services. Please refer
to the attachment for the items, details and approvals of Change Order Number Two.
FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS
The cost will be $10,534.00 bringing the total contract amount to $213,446.00. Funding is from the
State Scheduled Maintenance/Capital Outlay Funds.
Project:
To:
Cerritos College
Campus Wide Fencing Project
11110 Alondra Blvd
Norwalk, CA 90650
Change Order Number: 02
Hanan Construction Co., Inc.
2401 Pine St.
_ __ Pomona, CA 91767
P: 909-596-3500
F: 909-596-3511
Summary:
Item 2.01
Description:
Over-excavate, provide additional compaction and rebar, perform chipping of existing
slab on grade footing, and provide a 3000 psi mix design for 200 LF of mow curb at NE
perimeter of Utility Field
Reference:
Field Direction
Reason:
Existing soils conditions and irregularity of adjacent concrete slab resulted in extra,
unforeseen work to provide a structurally viable mow curb in this area of the project
Requested by:
District Facilities
Cost:
Add
$ 4,514.00
Time Extension:
Days
2
Item 2.02
Description:
Install additional 100 LF of 8' high green, vinyl-coated, chain link fencing at NE
perimeter of Strawberry Field (not on plans) to match remaining perimeter of field
Reference:
Field Direction
Reason:
District request to provide security around all areas of Strawberry Field to separate field
from the rest of the campus.
Requested by:
District Facilities
Cost:
Add
$ 6,020.00
Time Extension:
Days
1
SUMMARY of COST:
TOTAL OF THIS CHANGE ORDER:
TOTAL ADDITIONAL WORKING DAYS .
1$10,5341
3
CONTRACT SUMMARY:
Original Contract Amount
Net change by previous Change Orders
Net sum prior to this Change Order
Amount of this Change Order
New Contract Sum
Percentage of Change to Contract
$
$
$
$
193,000,00
$9,912.00
202,912.00
10,534.00
213,446.00,
10.6%
Project:
Contractor:
Change Order Number: 02
Page 2 of 2
Campus-Wide Fencing Project
Hunan Construction Co., Inc.
This Change Order is hereby executed on the 8 th day of August, 2011.
Approved By:
Approved By:
CERRITOS COLLEGE
DAVID EL FATTAL, V.P. OF BUSINESS SERVICES
11110 ALONDRA BIND.
NORWALK, CA 90650
HANAN CONSTRUCTION CO., INC.
SAMEII-FLAKIII, PROJECT MANAGER
2401 PINE ST.
POMONA, CA 91767
Reviewed By:
TILDEN-CO STRTJCTORS
CHAD BARNES, PROJECT MANAGER
11110 ALONDRA BLVD.
NORWALK, CA 90650
t9-b r 14as tri
CERRITOS COLLEGE
TO:
Board of Trustees
FROM:
Dr. Linda L. Lacy, President/Superintendent
REVIEWED BY:
David El Fattal, Vice President of Business Services
PREPARED BY:
Jenney Ho, Director of Purchasing
DATE:
September 7, 2011
SUBJECT:
Consideration of Approval of Change Order #5 (Bid #0910-05), Bayley
Construction, Facilities and Purchasing Complex
RECOMMENDATION
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve Change Order #5 (Bid #0910-05), Bayley
Construction, construction of the Facilities and Purchasing Complex in the amount of $131,122.00 with
the new contract amount being $6,730,226.00. Funding for this project is coming from the GO Bond.
OVERVIEW
On October 21, 2009, the Board awarded a contract to Bayley Construction for the construction of the
Facilities and Purchasing Complex. Three change orders previously approved by the Board as follows:
Change Order #1 - September 15, 2010 - $242,992.00
Change Order #2 - February 16, 2011 - $130,727.00
Change Order #3 - March 16, 2011 - $34,381.00
Change Order #4 — July 6, 2011 — $98,004.00
Public Contract Code Section 20659 requires Board approval for a change order to a public works bid.
ANALYSIS
The total cost for Change Order #5 is $131,122.00. The original contract amount approved by the
Board was $6,093,000.00. Change Order #5 has been reviewed by Hill Partnership, Inc. (Architects);
Tilden-Coil Constructors (Construction Management); and the Vice President of Business Services.
Please refer to the attachment for the items, details and approvals of Change Order Number Five.
FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS
The additional cost will be $131,122.00 bringing the total contract amount to $6,730,226.00. Funding is
from the GO Bond.
Cerritos College
Facilities & Purchasing Complex
11110 Alondra Blvd
Norwalk, CA 90650
Project:
To:
Change
Order Number: 05
Bayley Construction
3730 S. Susan Street, Suite 200
Santa Ma, CA 92704
—P: 714-540-8863
F: 714-556-1484
Summary:
• Item 5.01
Description: Site subgrade for the all asphalt and concrete paved areas, was damaged due to the amount
of rain fall and required the soil to be removed to &yaw. replaced, compacted and
regarded. This include removing 240 feet of welded chiller line, to remove all the mud on
the bottom of the trench, re-compact. and reinstall the welded pipe.
Accu weat her
Reference:
The Cerritos area received 8.3 inches of rain in the month of December. Over 6 inches
Reason:
more than the average during the same period of time.
Requested by:
Contractor
$95,368.00
Md
Cost:
25
Days
Time Extension:
Item 5.02
Cut the height of the aluminum door I I 7B and 12013 to fit in opening
R.F1 #396
The location of designed structural beam conflicted with the door header. requiring the
height of the door to be reduced: therefore. cutting the door was necessary.
Requested by:
Contractor Architect
5964.00
Adcl
Cost:
Days
0
Time Extension:
Description:
Reference:
Reason:
Item 5.03
Description:
Reference:
Reason:
Install concrete anchors to secure the HazIvlat containers. Omit concrete anchors at the
shops tables
RA 403
Concrete anchors at the liazMat containers were not shown. District request not to anchor
the shops tables. as to allow shop staff to locate their respective tables when they move in.
Requested by:
Cost:
Time Extension:
Add
Days
S780.00
0
Item 5.04
Description:
Reference:
Reason:
Requested by:
Cost:
Time Extension:
Omit electrical panel for the generator
Submittal
Not needed
Electrical Engineer
Add
Days
($455.00)
0
Project:
Contractor:
Item 5.05
Description:
Reference:
Reason:
Requested by:
Cost:
Time Extension:
Facilities & Purchasing Complex
Bayley Construction
Change Order Number: 05
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Labor to connect irrigation line to the reclaim water main.
RFI #344
Campus request to connect to the reclaim water line
Campus
Add
Days
$780.00
0
Item 5.06
Description:
Additional supervision to return to the project once the fiber line is installed under a
separate contract to test the Fire Alarm, HVAC EMS system and security system.
Field tificussion
Reference:
Fiber line installation was not apart of the Architect's scope of work. Campus to
Reason:
coordinate fiber line installation.
Campus
Requested by:
$4,770.00
Add
Cost:
0
Days
Time Extension:
Item 5.07
Description:
Reference:
Reason:
Requested by:
Cost:
Time Extension:
Furnish and install chiller water piping and related appurtenances
RFI #404
Not shown
Contractor and A/E
Add
Days
Item 5.08
Add two smoke fire dampers to the fire alarm control sequence operation
Description:
RFI #444
Reference:
Reason:
Not shown
Requested by: Contractor and A/E
Add
Cost:
Days
Time Extension:
Item 5.09
Description:
Reference:
Reason:
Requested by:
Cost:
Time Extension:
Item 5.10
Description:
Provide a manual switch for the exhaust fans at the welding hood
Field Meeting
no switch shown
Contractor and A/E
Add
Days
$14,276.00
0
$1,808.00
0
$3,126.00
0
Remove glass from door 130A and install louver at the mezzanine level, as well as
provide the necessary elevator door adjustments.
Field Meeting
Reference:
Negative air pressure was preventing the elevator door from closing properly.
Reason:
Architect / Engineer
Requested by:
$7,709.00
Add
Cost: ...
0
Days
Time Extension:
•
Project:
Contractor:
Facilities & Purchasing Complex
Bayley Construction
Change Order Number: 05
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Item 5.011
Install detector check componentry for back flow.
Description:
Field Walk
Reference:
Stolen
Reason:
Requested by: Campus
Cost:
Time Extension:
Add
Days
$1,996.00
0
Change Order Number: 05
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Facilities & Purchasing Complex
Bayley Construction
Project:
Contractor:
SUMMARY of COST:
TOTAL OF CHANGE ORDER NO. .
TOTAL ADDITIONAL DAYS:
25
CONTRACT SUMMARY:
6,093,000,00
Original Contract Amount
Net change by previous Change Orders
$506,104.00
Net sum prior to this Change Order
6,599,104.00
131,122.00
Amount of Change Order
Deduct Remaining Contract Allowance
6,730,226.00
New Contract Sum
10.5%
Percentage of Change to Contract
, 2011.
This Change Order No. 5 is hereby executed on
Approved By:
Approve
CERRITOS COLLEGE
DAVID EL FATTAL, VP BUSINESS SERVICES
11110 ALONDRA BOULEVARD
NORWALK, CA 90650
BAYLE CONSTRUCTION
Reviewed By:
Reviewed By:
HILL PARTNERSHIP, INC.
AMMAR SARSAM
115 22ND ST.
NEWPORT BEACH, CA 92663
JAM SZEPKOUSKI, PROJECT MANAGER
3730 S. SUSAN STREET, SUITE 200
SANTA ANA, CA 92704
TILDEN-COIL CONSTRUCTORS, INC.
STEVE WORLEY, PROGRAM MANAGER
CERRITOS COLLEGE
TO:
Board of Trustees
FROM:
Dr. Linda L. Lacy, President/Superintendent
REVIEWED BY:
Mr. David El Fattal, Vice President of Business Sear
PREPARED BY:
Lola Rizkallah, Director of Fiscal S rvice
Suzie Payne, Budget Manager
DATE:
September 7, 2011
SUBJECT:
Consideration of Approval of Quarterly Fiscal Status Report for the
Quarter Ending June 30, 2011
iy
RECOMMENDATION
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the attached Quarterly Report (CCFS-311Q) as of
June 30, 2011. This report represents a snapshot of our financial situation as of June 30, 2011. This
report shows that our unrestricted general fund balance decreased by $1,934,630.77 which resulted in a
negative cash balance of $2,256,283.35 recognized by the County Treasurer.
OVERVIEW
Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations (CCR), Section 58310, requires California Community
College Districts to report quarterly on their financial condition and to indicate any material events that
occurred during the quarter.
ANALYSIS
In compliance with the above regulation, the District has completed form CCFS-311Q from the State
Chancellor's Office (Attachment #1). The Board of Trustees must review and approve this form at a
regular meeting.
Section I shows a multi-year trend of Unrestricted General Fund Revenue, Expenditure and Fund
Balance.
Section II shows a multi-year trend of Annualized Attendance Full Time Equivalent Student (FTES).
Section III Total General Fund Cash Balance (Unrestricted and Restricted) compares actual cash flow
over a four-year period. This information can be useful in predicting possible cash flow problems.
Section IV compares year-to-date revenues received versus expenditures.
Section V provides the Chancellor's Office with information relative to the status of negotiations.
Section VI reflects the issuance of any Tax and Revenue Anticipation Notes (TRANS), Certificates of
Participation (COPS) or General Obligation Bonds (GO Bonds).
Section VII addresses any fiscal problems that the District faces in the current and subsequent year.
Attachment #2 is a graph showing "required contingency" versus "actual general fund cash balance."
FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:
As presented above.
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OttacA meniCALIFORINIIA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
CHANCELLOR'S OFFICE
Quarterly Financial Status Report, CCFS-3 I I Q
VIEW QUARTERLY DATA
CHANGE THE PERIOD
Fiscal Year: 2010-2011
Quarter Ended: (Q4) Jun 30, 2011
District: (810) CERRITOS
Description
Line
Actual
2007-08
As of June 30 for the fiscal year specified
Actual
Actual
Projected
2008-09
2009-10
2010-2011
I. Unrestricted General Fund Revenue, Expenditure and Fund Balance:
A.
Revenues:
A.1
Unrestricted General Fund Revenues (Objects 8100, 8600, 8800)
A.2
Other Financing Sources (Object 8900)
A.3
Total Unrestricted Revenue (A.1 + A.2)
86,600,539
86,724,776
91,457,6431
86,600,539
86,724,776
86,032,575
85,176,9751
80,537,4841
82,742,082
1,684,132
7,341,213
5,997,028
5,917,324
87,716,707
92,518,188
86,534,512
88,659,406
600,1321
1
-1,060,5451
66,027
-1,934,630
10,751,749'
12,646,1111
11,585,566
11,651,593
0
0
88,316,839
91,457,643
Oi
01
88,316,8391
Expenditures:
S.
B.1
Unrestricted General Fund Expenditures (Objects 1000-6000)
B.2
Other Outgo (Objects 7100, 7200, 7300, 7400, 7500, 7600)
B.3
Total Unrestricted Expenditures (B.1 + B.2)
C.
Revenues Over(Under) Expenditures (A.3 - B.3)
D.
Fund Balance, Beginning
D.1
D.2
Prior Year Adjustments + (-)
Adjusted Fund Balance, Beginning (D + D.1)
E.
Fund Balance, Ending (C. + D.2)
F.1
Percentage of GF Fund Balance to GF Expenditures (E. / B.3)
1,294,230J1
1
1
12,045,979!
12,646,111
11,585,566
11,651,5931
12,646,1111
11,585,5661
11,651,5931
9,716,963!
14.4%1
12.5%1
13.5%1
1196!
17,1731
17,3591
18,076
17,5621
II. Annualized Attendance FTES:
G.1
Annualized FTES (excluding apprentice and non-resident)
As of the specified quarter ended for each fiscal year
III. Total General Fund Cash Balance (Unrestricted and Restricted)
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2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-2011
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H.1
Cash, excluding borrowed funds
H.2
Cash, borrowed funds only
Total Cash (H.1+ H.2)
H.3
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16,049,8281
8,909,052 ;
2,885,442
801,982 ;
8,909,052
2,885,442
801,982
IV. Unrestricted General Fund Revenue, Expenditure and Fund Balance:
Line
Annual
Current
Budget
(Col. 2)
Adopted
Budget
(Col. 1)
Description
Year-to-Date
Actuals
(Col. 3)
Percentage
(Col. 3/Col. 2)
Revenues:
Unrestricted General Fund Revenues (Objects 8100, 8600, 8800)
1.2
85,345,014
85,560,726
Other Financing Sources (Object 8900)
101.4%
101.4*
(3!
Total Unrestricted Revenue (1.1 + 1.2)
1.3
86,724,776
85,345,014
85,560,726
86,724,776i
89,539,311,
88,976,354'
82,742,082',
10,075
488,285
5,917,324
Total Unrestricted Expenditures (J.1 + J.2)
89,549,386
89,464,639
88,659,406
Revenues Over(Under) Expenditures (1.3 - J.3)
-4,204,372!
-3,903,9131
-1,934,630
Adjusted Fund Balance, Beginning
11,651,593;
11,651,593'
11,651,593
7,447,221
7,747,680'
9,716,963
8.3%
8.7%j
[
Expenditures:
J.
J.1
Unrestricted General Fund Expenditures (Objects 1000-6000)
Other Outgo (Objects 7100, 7200, 7300, 7400, 7500, 7600)
Fund Balance, Ending (C.
L.2)
L
Percentage of GF Fund Balance to GF Expenditures (L.1 / J.3)
93,16
[
1211.9*
99.1%
NO
V. Has the district settled any employee contracts during this quarter?
If yes, complete the following: (If multi-year settlement, provide information for all years covered.)
Contract Period Settled
(Specify)
YYYY-YY
Academic
Management
Permanent
Total Cost
Increase
Total Cost
Increase
Classified
Temporary
%*
Total Cost
Increase
%*
Total Cost
Increase
%*
a. SALARIES:
Year 1:
Year 2:
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Year 3:
b. BENEFITS:
Year 1:
Year 2:
Year 3:
* As specified in Collective Bargaining Agreement or other Employment Contract
c. Provide an explanation on how the district intends to fund the salary and benefit increases, and also identify the revenue source/object code.
VI. Did the district have significant events for the quarter (include incurrence of long-term debt, settlement of
audit findings or legal suits, significant differences in budgeted revenues or expenditures, borrowing of funds
(TRANS), issuance of COPs, etc.)?
YES
If yes, list events and their financial ramifications. (Enter explanation below, include additional pages if needed.)
The District issued a BAN (Bond Anticipation Note) in the amount of $20,000,000 during the month of May. Proceeds will be used to continue GO Bond projects until the final series of
bonds are sold in the future.
VII.Does the district have significant fiscal problems that must be addressed?
This year?
Next year?
YES
YES
If yes, what are the problems and what actions will be taken? (Enter explanation below, include additional pages if needed.)
This year we aggressively addressed the shortfall due to the State deferment of $14,000,000 by interfund borrowing.
Next year with continued decline and deferment in State revenue, we are anticipating more difficulty.
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CALIFORNIA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
CHANCELLOR'S OFFICE
Quarterly Financial Status Report, CCFS-3 li IQ
CERTIFY QUARTERLY DATA
Fiscal Year: 2010-2011
Quarter Ended: (Q4) Jun 30, 2011
CHANGE THE PERIOD
District: (810) CERRITOS
Your Quarterly Data is Certified for this quarter.
Chief Business Officer
CBO Name:
Mr. David El Fattal
CBO Phone:
562-860-2451
CBO Signature:
Dr. Linda Lacy
CEO Signature:
Date Signed:
Electronic Cert Date:
Title:
Telephone:
Date Signed:
Chief Executive Officer Name:
District Contact Person
Lola Rizkallah
Name:
Interim Director of Fiscal Services
562-860-2451
Fax:
562-924-2800
E-Mail:
[email protected]
08/23/2011
California Community Colleges, Chancellor's Office
1102 Q Street Sacramento, California 95814-6511
Send questions to:
Christine Atalig (916)327-5772 catalio©cccco.edu or Tracy Britten (916)323-6899 [email protected]
© 2007 State of California. All Rights Reserved.
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Attachment # 2
QUARTERLY FINANCIAL STATUS REPORT
June 30, 2011
$100,000,000
$90,000,000
$80,000,000
$70,000,000
$60,000,000
$50,000,000
$40,000,000
$30,000,000
$20,000,000
■ GENERAL FUND
REVENUE/OTHER
FINANCING
INGENERAL FUND
EXPENDITURES/OTHER
OUTGO
DGENERAL FUND CASH
BALANCE
$10,000,000
$0
FY 2007-08
FY 2008-09
FY 2009-10
FY 2010-11
17,173
17,359
18,076
17,562
o REQUIRED
CONTINGENCY
CERRITOS COLLEGE
TO:
Board of Trustees
FROM:
Dr. Linda L. Lacy, President/Superintendent
REVIEWED BY:
David El Fattal, Vice President of Business Services
PREPARED BY:
Jenney Ho, Director of Purchasing
DATE:
September 7, 2011
SUBJECT:
CONSIDERATION OF APPROVAL OF CONTRACTS
RECOMMENDATION
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the contracts submitted below.
OVERVIEW
The District annually contracts with various individuals, commercial firms and other governmental
agencies for purposes of procuring or providing a variety of services.
ANALYSIS
LEASE — AMENDMENT
CHICAGO HARV'S
1.
ASSIGNMENT OF CONTRACT
Requested by: Jenney Ho, Director of Purchasing
Purpose: On July 1, 1999, the District entered into an agreement with Chicago Harv's for the
operation of the Chicago Harv's restaurant in the Food Court. Chicago Harv's is currently in the
process of selling its Chicago Harv's restaurant to Joo H. Rodregues. Chicago Harv's requested the
consent of the College to assign their Agreement to Joo H. Rodregues.
Period: The assignment will become effective September 8, 2011.
Financial Implications: There will be no cost to the District.
LICENSE — RENEWAL
FOUNDATION FOR CALIFORNIA COMMUNITY COLLEGES (FCCC)
2.
COMPUTERLAND OF SILICON VALLEY
MICROSOFT CAMPUS AGREEMENT
Requested by: Lee Krichmar, Director of Information Technology
Purpose: To renew the agreement with Foundation for California Community Colleges (FCCC) for an
annual license for the major Microsoft products — Office for PC and Macintosh (Word, Outlook, Excel,
Access, PowerPoint, Internet Explorer), including SharePoint, Visual Studio Professional, Windows 7,
and SQL Server CAL (client access licenses) and several server licenses. This renewal license
agreement will cover all machines on campus, including all machines added during the agreement
period. The renewal agreement also allows all full-time and part-time faculty and staff to purchase one
set of discounted Microsoft software for use at home through FCCC.
Period: The renewal period will be from October 1, 2011 through September 30, 2012.
Financial Implications: The cost to the District will be $68,213.00 with funding from the Information
Technology Division.
SERVICES — AMENDMENT
CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
3.
CALIFORNIA STATE PRE-SCHOOL PROGRAM
Requested by: Marilyn Brock, Interim Dean of Health Occupations Division
Purpose: To amend the contract with the California Department of Education for additional funding to
provide preschool education services to children under the age of 3 as part of the California State
Preschool Program also known as the Pre-K Literacy Program.
Period: The time period will be from July 1, 2011 through June 30, 2012.
Financial Implications: The maximum reimbursable amount will be increased an additional $9,011.00
for a total reimbursable amount of $315,640.00. There is no cost to the District.
4.
IDS GROUP
GYMNASIUM SEISMIC RETROFIT
Requested by: David El Fattal, Vice President of Business Services
Purpose: To amend the agreement with IDS Group for additional services for the gymnasium seismic
upgrade.
Period: The time period of the agreement will continue through the end of the gymnasium seismic
construction period.
Financial Implications: The cost for the additional services will be $194,550.00 with funding from
State and local bonds.
CERRITOS COLLEGE
TO:
Board of Trustees
FROM:
Dr. Linda L. Lacy, President/Superintendent ik
REVIEWED BY:
Victor Collins, Interim Vice President of HR/Assistant Superintended
PREPARED BY:
Dr. Adriana Flores-Church, Director of Human Resources/Risk Management
DATE:
September 7, 2011
SUBJECT:
Consideration of Ratification of Resignation Accepted by the President —
Mr. William C. Farmer, Jr., Vice President of Academic Affairs
RECOMMENDATION
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees ratify the President's acceptance of Mr. William C. Farmer Jr' s
resignation from employment due to retirement effective August 31, 2011.
OVERVIEW
Mr. William C. Farmer, Jr., Vice President of Academic Affairs, has submitted a resignation from
employment due to retirement.
ANALYSIS
Mr. William C. Farmer, Jr. provided notice of his resignation effective August 31, 2011. Human Resources
received the resignation and notified the President's Office. The President has provided Mr. Farmer written
notification of acceptance of his resignation from employment due to retirement.
FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS
No financial impact.
CERRITOS COLLEGE
TO:
Board of Trustees
FROM:
Dr. Linda L. Lacy, President/Superintendent
REVIEWED BY:
Victor Collins, Interim Vice President of HR/Assistant Superintendent
PREPARED BY:
Dr. Adriana Flores-Church, Director of Human Resources/Risk Management
DATE:
September 7, 2011
SUBJECT:
Consideration of Approval and/or Ratification of Employment of Temporary
and/or Substitute Hourly Faculty Personnel, as needed for 2011-2012
Academic Year
RECOMMENDATION
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve and/or ratify the employment of temporary and/or
substitute hourly faculty personnel as needed for the 2011-2012 academic year, as presented on the
attached list.
OVERVIEW
The attached list of temporary and/or substitute hourly faculty personnel is submitted for approval of
employment.
ANALYSIS
Human Resources has received and completed the processing of Employment Request forms for the
employment of temporary and/or substitute hourly faculty personnel as indicated on the attached list.
All requirements for employment processing have been completed, and Human Resources cleared the
individuals for employment.
FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS
No additional financial impact. This is budgeted in General Fund.
Attachment
FACULTY HOURLY - BUSINESS ED/HUMANITIES/SOCIAL SCIENCES
Reemployed
Name
Acheson
Alenikov
Anaya
Arredondo
Baber
Berdine
Bird
Brown
Carranza
Chiaravalloti
Cicino
Ciraulo
Constancio
Cooper
Davis
Davis
Davis
Elam
El Boushi
Fantroy
Filer
Gallagher
Garza
Ghidella
Gordon
Grady
Grafton
Greenberg
Hall
Hill
Keshishyan
Kim
Kisling
Kroll
Lantz
Lenzini
Livingston
Madamba
Maline
Means
Moody
Morales
Murphy
Negron
Michael
Michael
Jose
Rafael
James
Michael
William
Scott
Jaime
Susan
Monte
John
Diana
Johnny
Patricia
Rodney
Richard
Christine
Tondelayo
Sharon
Anthony
Mary
Javier
Richard
George
John
Cindy
Bruce
Kathleen
Carmen
Petros
Rick
Kenneth
Stephen
Karen
Robert
Barbara
Teresa
Rama
Randall
Leah
Alberto
Daniel
Dennis
Discipline
Business Administration
Real Estate
Business Administration
Insurance
Business Administration
Business Administration
Real Estate
Business Administration
Real Estate
Court Reporting
Real Estate
Business Administration
Court Reporting
Business Office Technology
Accounting
Accounting
Business Office Technology
Business Administration
Business Administration
Business Administration
Paralegal
Court Reporting
Business Administration
Business Administration
Real Estate
Business Administration
Court Reporting
Paralegal
Court Reporting
Real Estate
Business Administration
Paralegal
Accounting
Accounting
Business Office Technology
Paralegal
Business Administration
Psychology
Paralegal
Accounting
Accounting
Anthropology
Paralegal
Paralegal
1
Salary
Placement
B5
B5
A5
A2
B5
B5
A4
A2
B5
A5
B5
B1
A3
B5
A4
B5
B5
B5
A2
B4
B5
B5
B5
A2
B5
A2
B5
B1
B5
B3
A2
B3
B5
B5
B5
A2
B5
B1
A5
B5
B5
B2
B5
A5
Rate
60.33
60.33
60.33
51.71
60.33
60.33
57.46
51.71
60.33
60.33
60.33
48.83
54.60
60.33
57.46
60.33
60.33
60.33
51.71
57.46
60.33
60.33
60.33
51.71
60.33
51.71
60.33
48.83
60.33
54.60
51.71
54.60
60.33
60.33
60.33
51.71
60.33
48.83
60.33
60.33
60.33
51.71
60.33
60.33
FACULTY HOURLY - BUSINESS ED/HUMANITIES/SOCIAL SCIENCES (cont.)
Reemployed
Name
Pulvers
Ravenscroft
Reizner
Rice
Sawday
Sheng
Shopfner
Smith
Snyder
Somoano
Stamos
Stevenson
Thaler
Torices
Unrath
Von Freymann
Whitson
Discipline
Court Reporting
Court Reporting
Accounting
Business Administration
Paralegal
Court Reporting
Business Office Technology
Accounting
Court Reporting
Court Reporting
Accounting
Business Administration
Accounting
Paralegal
Paralegal
Paralegal
Accounting
Salary
Placement
B5
A5
B5
A2
A3
B3
B5
B5
B4
A4
B5
A2
B5
B1
Al
B5
B5
Rate
60.33
60.33
60.33
51.71
54.60
54.60
60.33
60.33
57.46
57.46
60.33
51.71
60.33
48.83
48.83
60.33
60.33
Discipline
Psychology
Psychology
Psychology
Political Science
Paralegal
Salary
Placement
Al
Al
Al
Al
Al
Rate
48.83
48.83
48.83
48.83
48.83
Discipline
Salary
Placement
Rate
Adam
Music
Al
48.83
Joan
Stephen
Keren
Discipline
Theatre Arts
Music
Music
Salary
Placement
Al
Al
Al
Rate
48.83
48.83
48.83
Karen
Carrie
Bernard
Greta
Jennifer
Stacie
Joyce
Neal
Mary
Rachel
Christopher
Kevin
Timothy
Eric
Elizabeth
Geri
Stephen
New Hires
Name
Alegre
Farris
Kettering
Robert
Sauber
Ignacio
Michael
Vanessa
Lance
David
FACULTY HOURLY - FINE ARTS & COMMUNICATIONS
Reemployed
Name
Schroeder
New Hires
Name
Goodspeed
Klein
Schweitzer
2
FACULTY HOURLY - HEALTH OCCUPATIONS
Reemployed
Name
Alcala
Christiason
Kaur
Khokhar
Macwan
Smith
Sharol
Eric
Parminder
Gurvindar
Angelina
Shawna
Discipline
Clinical Nursing
Clinical Nursing
Clinical Nursing
Clinical Nursing
Clinical Nursing
Clinical Nursing
Salary
Placement
Al
Al
Al
A2
A3
B2
Rate
48.83
48.83
48.83
51.71
54.60
51.71
Discipline
Child Development
Clinical Nursing
Child Development
Clinical Nursing
Salary
Placement
Al
Al
Al
Al
Rate
48.83
48.83
48.83
48.83
Discipline
Reading
English
ESL
English
English
English
Foreign Language
Reading
English
English
English
English
English
Foreign Language
ESL
English
Foreign Language
Foreign Language
English
Salary
Placement
B5
B4
B2
A2
A2
A4
B5
A3
A3
B5
A2
B5
A2
B5
B5
A2
B5
B5
B5
Rate
60.33
57.46
51.71
51.71
51.71
57.46
60.33
54.60
54.60
60.33
51.71
60.33
51.71
60.33
60.33
51.71
60.33
60.33
60.33
New Hires
Name
Andrade
Ivanova
Palma
Williams
Olga
Poy
Jennifer
Jane
FACULTY HOURLY - LIBERAL ARTS
Reemployed
Name
Armstrong
Campos
Cano
Colson
Crum
DeFrance
Dobrian
Grigorieff
Gutierrez
Hector
Johnson
Krulic
LeFebvre
Michelotti
Moyer
Rios
Sutton
Yingst
Yoneshige
Sunny
Danielle
Andrea
Michael
Anjanette
Robert
Fred
Annette
Aron
Jeremy
Susan
James
Lyndsey
Andrea
Sarah
Rebecca
Rob
Sylvia
Hope
3
FACULTY HOURLY - LIBERAL ARTS
New Hires
Name
Ary
Davis
Dhar
Fagundes
Hall
Hernandez
Kensinger
Nelson
Smith
Nichole
Bradford
Crystal
Michelle
Kathy
Irma
David
Kevin
Douglas
Discipline
Speech
Speech
ESL
English
English
Foreign Language
Speech
English
Foreign Language
Salary
Placement
Al
Al
Al
Al
Al
Al
Al
Al
Al
Rate
48.83
48.83
48.83
48.83
48.83
48.83
48.83
48.83
48.83
Discipline
Athletics
Athletics
Salary
Placement
B5
B5
Rate
60.33
60.33
Salary
Placement
B4
B5
B5
B5
B5
B5
B5
B5
B5
B5
B5
B5
B5
B5
B5
B5
B5
B5
B5
Rate
57.46
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
FACULTY HOURLY - PE/ATHLETICS
Reemployed
Name
Myer
Wells
Glen
Douglas
FACULTY HOURLY - SCIENCE, ENGINEERING & MATHEMATICS
Reemployed
Name
Alavian
Allen
Alves
Bateman
Bell
Boyle
Castilo
Chamras
Chung
Corbin
Daigle
Douglass
Dukhovny
El Abyad
Fahmi
Flores
Ford
Ford
Godwin
Masoud
Matthew
Smita
Michael
Priscilla
John
Lorena
Sevada
Phoebe
Steve
Maurice
Thomas
Olga
Abdelwahab
Ragaa
Wilfredo
Bradley
Diane
Susan
Discipline
Computer Information Sciences
Mathematics
Biology
Mathematics
Chemistry
Biology
Mathematics
Chemistry
Mathematics
Computer Information Sciences
Mathematics
Biology
Chemistry
Mathematics
Mathematics
Mathematics
Computer Information Sciences
Mathematics
Mathematics
4
FACULTY HOURLY - SCIENCE, ENGINEERING & MATHEMATICS (cont.)
Reemployed
Name
Harbut
Harris
Ho
Hohly
Hugenberger
lgolnikov
Johnpeer
Johnson
Johnson
Kauk-Pepple
Laredo
Leipzig
Leon
Ly
Mastro
McCance
Mera
Morales
Morales
Morcos
Moussa
Nance
Negrete
Nguimdjou
Nguyen
Ninh
Okbamichael
Pallwitz
Palmier
Pham
Pham
Phan
Price
Roque
Seres
Sterling
Surfas
Takahashi
Takeuchi
Tamminga
Taylor
Trinh
Tse
Valcarcel
Chester
Linda
Thach
Margaret
Scott
Mark
Gary
Wayne
John
Jennifer
Nora
Victor
Juan
Lisa
Edwin
Ian
Carlos
Farisa
Gilbert
Tharwat
Nazem
Wesley
Terri
Emmanuel
Orchid
Joseph
Mussie
Karla
Christine
Mai Anh
Ann
Henry
Tiffany
Tatiana
Frank
Merrick
Lesley
Gloria
Kevin
Scott
Thomas
Thanh
Ing-Yung
Anna
Discipline
Biology
Biology
Chemistry
Computer Information Sciences
Physics
Mathematics
Earth Science
Biology
Mathematics
Biology
Computer Information Sciences
Biology
Mathematics
Mathematics
Biology
Mathematics
Physics
Physics
Biology
Mathematics
Physics
Computer Information Sciences
Computer Information Sciences
Mathematics
Mathematics
Mathematics
Earth Science
Mathematics
Biology
Mathematics
Mathematics
Mathematics
Biology
Mathematics
Mathematics
Mathematics
Earth Science
Biology
Mathematics
Biology
Biology
Mathematics
Mathematics
Biology
5
Salary
Placement
B5
B5
B5
B5
B5
B5
B5
B5
B5
A4
B5
B5
A5
B5
B5
B5
B5
B1
B5
B5
B5
B5
B5
B4
B5
B5
A3
B5
B5
B5
B5
B5
B5
A5
B5
B5
A5
B5
B5
B5
B2
A3
A4
B2
Rate
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
57.46
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
48.83
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
57.46
60.33
60.33
54.60
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
51.71
54.60
57.46
51.71
FACULTY HOURLY - SCIENCE, ENGINEERING & MATHEMATICS (cont.)
Reemployed
Name
Walther
White
Whitney
Woolever
Ysais
Robert
Todd
Donald
James
Rey
Discipline
Biology
Biology
Computer Information Sciences
Computer Information Sciences
Mathematics
Salary
Placement
B5
A2
B5
B5
B5
Rate
60.33
51.71
60.33
60.33
60.33
Discipline
Earth Science
Earth Science
Earth Science
Earth Science
Salary
Placement
Al
Al
Al
Al
Rate
48.83
48.83
48.83
48.83
Discipline
Cosmetology
Cosmetology
Auto Body Technology
Woodworking
Cosmetology
Machine Tool Technology
Cosmetology
Cosmetology
Cosmetology
Cosmetology
Welding
Automotive Mechanical Repair
Cosmetology
Cosmetology
Auto Body Technology
Welding
Machine Tool Technology
Plastics
Auto Body Technology
Architecture
Auto Body Technology
Salary
Placement
A4
B5
B5
B5
A5
B3
A4
A3
A3
A2
A2
B5
A2
B1
B5
B2
B5
A5
B5
B5
B5
Rate
57.46
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
54.60
57.46
54.60
54.60
51.71
51.71
60.33
51.71
48.83
60.33
51.71
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
New Hires
Name
Christov
Goggin
Gregorio
Harlow
Romy
Sarah
Aline
Megan
FACULTY HOURLY - TECHNOLOGY
Reemployed
Name
Aguirre
Aplanalp
Asperen
Atherton
Baker
Barnes
Becerra
Bernal
Bettencourt
Botma
Bradford
Castro
Cooper
Deseo
Ferre
Foral
Guerrero
Gurrola
Hagenbach
Hause
Hutchison
Anna
Jane
Robert
Anthony
Deborah
James
Mardell
Crystal
Madeline
Scott
Duane
Willie
Paz
Ralph
Brian
Jason
Mario
Carlos
Darlene
Tom
Philip
6
FACULTY HOURLY - TECHNOLOGY (cont.)
Reemployed
Name
Jackson
Jacobo
Jakahi
Koford
Kooiman
Krause
McKay
Mendoza
Miller
Moraga
Morales
Mortensen
O'Farrell
Paul
Perez
Perkins
Phinney
Reta
Rock
Rudd
Sanchez
Supple
Tabares
Thornbury
Tomaselli
Trimble
Vasilik
Lee
Cesar
Jason
Brian
Brent
Peter
Wade
Luis
Brian
Pete
Thomas
Erik
Fergus
Daniel
Jose
David
Peter
Lori
Eugene
James
Carlos
Marty
Raul
Robert
Nancy
William
Rick
Discipline
Machine Tool Technology
Automotive Mechanical Repair
Auto Body Technology
Woodworking
Auto Body Technology
Woodworking
Engineering
Plastics
Woodworking
Engineering
Architecture
Woodworking
Plastics
Architecture
Welding
Welding
Architecture
Cosmetology
Cosmetology
Automotive Mechanical Repair
Woodworking
Automotive Mechanical Repair
Auto Body Technology
Woodworking
Cosmetology
Woodworking
Automotive Mechanical Repair
Salary
Placement
B5
B5
B5
B5
B5
B5
B1
B5
B5
B5
B4
B5
A5
B5
B5
B5
B5
B1
B5
B5
B5
B5
B5
B5
B5
A4
B5
Keshia
Caroline
Jose
Richard
Carol
Rochelle
Lynda
Michael
Karen
Discipline
Cosmetology
Cosmetology
Auto Body Technology
Auto Body Technology
Cosmetology
Cosmetology
Cosmetology
Plastics
Cosmetology
Salary
Placement
Al
Al
Al
Al
Al
Al
Al
Al
Al
Rate
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
48.83
60.33
60.33
60.33
57.46
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
48.83
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
60.33
57.46
60.33
Rate
48.83
48.83
48.83
48.83
48.83
48.83
48.83
48.83
48.83
New Hires
Name
Bowen
Cruz
Heded
Lopez
Munroe
Smith
Smith
Spaziano
Stadick
7
COUNSELOR HOURLY - STUDENT SERVICES
Reemployed
Name
Algaze
Castilo
Guerrero-Cantor
Segura
Young
Susan
Ricardo
Jamila
Aurora
David
Assignment
DSP&S
DSP&S
DSP&S
DSP&S
Career Services
Salary
Placement
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
Rate
43.10
43.10
43.10
43.10
43.10
Salary
Placement
B5
B3
B5
Rate
60.33
54.60
60.33
FACULTY HOURLY - STUDENT SERVICES
Reemployed
Name
Follett
Lovell
Nakasone
Kay
Raymond
Harriet
Assignment
DSP&S
DSP&S
DSP&S
FACULTY HOURLY - COMMUNITY, INDUSTRY & TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION
Reemployed
Name
Edrosa
Esquer
Leguizamon-Tunnell
Pedrosa
Ed
Joe
Claudia
Art
Assignment
Apprenticeship
Apprenticeship
Adult Education
Apprenticeship
Salary
Placement
B1
B5
Al
A3
Rate
48.83
60.33
48.83
54.60
Assignment
Apprenticeship
Salary
Placement
Al
Rate
48.83
New Hires
Name
Jones
Anthony
8
CERRITOS COLLEGE
TO:
Board of Trustees
FROM:
Dr. Linda L. Lacy, President/Superintendent r
REVIEWED BY:
Victor Collins, Interim Vice President of HR/Assistant Superintendent
PREPARED BY:
Dr. Adriana Flores-Church, Director of Human Resources/Risk Management
DATE:
September 7, 2011
SUBJECT:
Consideration of Approval and/or Ratification of Employment of 2011
Summer Session Faculty Personnel
RECOMMENDATION
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve and/or ratify the employment of full-time and/or
temporary part-time hourly faculty personnel as needed for the 2011 Summer Session, as presented on
the attached list.
OVERVIEW
The attached list of full-time and/or temporary part-time hourly faculty personnel is submitted for approval
of employment during the 2011 Summer Session.
ANALYSIS
Human Resources has completed the processing of employment of full-time and/or temporary part-time
hourly faculty personnel for the 2011 Summer Session as indicated on the attached list. All requirements
for employment processing have been completed, and Human Resources has cleared the individuals for
employment.
FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS
No additional financial impact.
Attachment
BUSINESS EDUC/HUMANITIES/SS
Part-Time Instructors
Name
Hall
Ravenscroft
Somoano
Kathleen
Carrie
Rachel
Discipline
Court Reporting
Court Reporting
Court Reporting
Salary
Placement
B5
A4
A3
Rate
60.33
57.46
54.60
John
Discipline
English
Salary
Placement
B5
Rate
60.33
LIBERAL ARTS
Part-Time Instructors
Name
Stavast
1
CERRITOS COLLEGE
TO:
Board of Trustees
FROM:
Dr. Linda L. Lacy, President/Superintendent iir
REVIEWED BY:
Victor Collins, Interim Vice President HR/Assistant Superintendent
PREPARED BY:
Dr. Adriana Flores-Church, Director of Human Resources/Risk Management
DATE:
September 7, 2011
SUBJECT:
Consideration of Approval and/or Ratification of Employment of Classified,
Short-Term, Substitute, and/or Student Hourly Personnel
RECOMMENDATION
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve and/or ratify the employment of classified, shortterm, substitute, and/or student hourly personnel as presented on the attached list.
OVERVIEW
The attached list of classified, short-term, substitute, and/or student hourly personnel is submitted for
approval and/or ratification of employment.
ANALYSIS
The Human Resources Office has received and completed the processing of Employment Request
forms for the employment of classified, short-term, substitute, and/or student hourly personnel as
indicated on the attached list.
All requirements for employment processing have been completed, and the Human Resources Office
has cleared the individuals for employment.
FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS
No additional financial impact. This is budgeted in the General Fund. Some positions are Categorically
or Specially funded as indicated.
Attachment
EMPLOYMENT OF CLASSIFIED, SHORT-TERM, SUBSTITUTE,
AND/OR STUDENT HOURLY PERSONNEL
CLASSIFIED EMPLOYMENT
25L-1 ($3,717.00 per month) Involuntary Transfer effective
Program Assistant I
August 10, 2011: Ybanez, Regina (International Student Center)
Student Services Assistant I @ 28L-1 ($3,980.55 per month) Involuntary Transfer effective
August 4, 2011: Cooper, Johnny (Admissions and Records)
27-5 ($3,547.95/mo) effective August 29, 2011:
Division Secretary Clerk
Lopez, Megalis (Liberal Arts)
SHORT-TERM HOURLY EMPLOYMENT (AS NEEDED), VARIABLE HOURS PER DAY & DAYS
PER WEEK, FOR A PERIOD NOT TO EXCEED JUNE 30, 2011 OR 175 TOTAL WORKDAYS,
WHICHEVER OCCURS FIRST
Contreras, Jaime
Gonzalez, Claudia
Munday, Ariel
Neal, Kirstin
Nwakanma, Benjamin
Summers, Brandon
Aide-General (Traffic Control Officer)
$8.00/hr
11
05/21/11
05/27/11
06/09/11
05/27/11
06/15/11
Massrey, Serena
Aide-General (Lab)
$8.00/hr
05/23/11
Hernandez, Carol*
Instructional Aide II
$12.81/hr (1)
01/18/11
Community Education Specialist
$29.15/hr
05/31/11
Lopez, Jesusita*
SHORT-TERM HOURLY EMPLOYMENT (AS NEEDED), VARIABLE HOURS PER DAY & DAYS
PER WEEK, FOR A PERIOD NOT TO EXCEED JUNE 30, 2012 OR 175 TOTAL WORKDAYS,
WHICHEVER OCCURS FIRST
Byrne Davis, Midnight
Florian, Fleur
Gossland, Meredith
Lopez, Wesley
Passi, Amanda
Pineda, Karen
Rodriguez, Jean
San Juan, Diana
Xu, Hongmei
Aide-General (Clerical)
$8.00/hr
7/01/11
Aide-General (Lab)
$8.00/hr
07/05/11
08/15/11
Acosta, Andres
Castro, David
* Categorically Funded
** Specially Funded
Presented to the Board of Trustees 9/07/11
1
SHORT-TERM HOURLY EMPLOYMENT (AS NEEDED), VARIABLE HOURS PER DAY & DAYS
PER WEEK, FOR A PERIOD NOT TO EXCEED JUNE 30, 2012 OR 175 TOTAL WORKDAYS,
WHICHEVER OCCURS FIRST
Aide-General (Lab)
$8.00/hr
07/05/11
Aide-Special (Counselor)
$8.00/hr
07/05/11
Esperanzate, Maria*
Gamage, Sayuri*
Aide-Special (Special Education)
$8.00/hr
07/01/11
Cantero, Alexander
Cledjo, Kurt
Dhungana, Karan
Dous, Sahar
Gamage, Sayuri
Lee, Shing Wun Alex
McKay, Wade
Mo, Jessica
Montegary, Matt
Neupane, Kaubin
Palacios, Keila
, Parton, Richard
Quach, Phuong
Rivera, Edwin
Romero, Charles
Sakurai, Lester
Shah, Dushyant
Sieng, Kosal
Simpson, Scott*
Stever, Eugene
Tawadrous, Paul
Tran, Ha
Verduzco, Juan
Vergara, Raymundo*
Villarreal, Christian*
Aide-Special (Tutor)
$8.00/hr (2)
$8.20/hr (3)
07/05/11
Gossland, Meredith*
Martinez, Ernesto*
Clerk
Gamage, Sayuri
Lew, Eric Chih-Ting
Massrey, Serena
Ngo, Van
Ong, Son Lorenzo
Palafox, Anay
Perera, Mahawaduge
Perez, John
Salais, Catherine
Siereke, Henry
Johnson, Kathy*
Penoloza, Cynthia"
Perez, Melody*
Sedano, Adrian*
Valencia, Enrique*
$8.00/hr (2)
$8.00/hr (1)
$8.00/hr (2)
$8.20/hr (3)
$8.00/hr (2)
$8.20/hr (3)
$8.00/hr (2)
$8.00/hr (1)
$8.20/hr (3)
$8.00/hr (2)
$8.20/hr (3)
$8.00/hr (2)
2
$8.64/hr
07/01/11
07/05/11
07/01/11
07/05/11
07/01/11
07/05/11
07/01/11
08/01/11
07/01/11
07/05/11
07/01/11
07/05/11
07/01/11
07/05/11
07/01/11
SHORT-TERM HOURLY EMPLOYMENT (AS NEEDED), VARIABLE HOURS PER DAY & DAYS
PER WEEK, FOR A PERIOD NOT TO EXCEED JUNE 30, 2012 OR 175 TOTAL WORKDAYS,
WHICHEVER OCCURS FIRST
Clerk
Montano, Danny*
Quick, Kay
Ramirez, Jasmin**
Rodriguez, Brittany**
Sauceda, Matthew**
Walker, Ryan*
$8.64/hr
07/01/11
07/05/11
Gotoy, Nichole
Montano, Danny
Rios, Jorge*
Typist Clerk
$8.64/hr
07/01/11
Pesanti, Shelley
PBX Operator/Receptionist
$9.07/hr
07/01/11
Basuni, Ben
Okuongha, Nikita
Outreach Worker
$9.56/hr (2)
07/15/11
07/01/11
Alvarez, Anthony*
Elias, Stephanie*
Feliciano, Kenia*
Vega, Alejandro*
Financial Aid Clerk
Al-Zreigat, Shams
Barrios, Martin
Farol, Ronald*
Gonzalez, Consuelo*
Hernandez, Ricardo
Holmes, Christy
Ibarra, Renay*
Jalali, Ali*
Javier, Anna
Jimenez, Sarah
Kilis, Jeanette*
Lin, Bruce
Macias, Tracy
Taing, Malinna*
Mauinatu, Nanette
Mendizabal, Andres
Miranda, Michelle*
Ojediran, Ayodele*
Pachecano-Fernandez, Lucero*
Pavon, Claudia
Pimentel, Susana
Instructional Aide I
11
$9.31/hr
11
07/01/11
07/05/11
07/01/11
$9.56/hr (1)
$10.51/hr (3)
07/01/11
11
08/01/11
07/01/11
08/15/11
$9.51/hr (1)
$10.51/hr (3)
11
$9.56/hr (1)
$10.51/hr (3)
07/01/11
11
11
$9.56/hr (1)
$10.51/hr (3)
07/07/11
07/01/11
$9.56/hr (1)
11
$10.51/hr (3)
$9.56/hr (1)
08/01/11
07/01/11
08/15/11
07/01/11
$10.51/hr (3)
$9.56/hr (1)
$22.57/hr
23 L3
$10.51/hr (3)
Piotrowski, Casey
Powell, Laura
Quach, Phuong
Rayas, Christabel*
Rivera, Evelin*
$9.56/hr (1)
$9.99/hr (2)
$9.56/hr (1)
3
07/05/11
07/01/11
SHORT-TERM HOURLY EMPLOYMENT (AS NEEDED), VARIABLE HOURS PER DAY & DAYS
PER WEEK, FOR A PERIOD NOT TO EXCEED JUNE 30, 2012 OR 175 TOTAL WORKDAYS,
WHICHEVER OCCURS FIRST
Salazar, Corrina*
Sanchez, Susan
Sanchez Fernandez, Maria*
San Juan, Mario
Serafin, Kimberly*
Shah, Dushyant
Stockwell, Melissa
Valencia, Monique
Vander Sluis, Vern
Vergara, Raymundo
Wilson, Lloyd
Zepeda, Consuelo*
Instructional Aide I
Barrera, Cassandra*
Cortez-Montiel, Jannet**
Duenas, Nayeli*
Franco, Melissa*
Hunt, Annabella*
Jimenez, Norma
Lay, Phally**
Min, Jenny*
Monroy, Carolina*
Munro, Laura*
Padilla, Karina*
Reed, Vivian*
Salais, Catherine*
Santana, Nancy*
Smith, Lakeysa*
Sotelo, Stephanie*
Spankie, Dana
Spencer, Rochelle*
Torres, Crystal*
Velasquez, Natasha*
Velez, Lynn*
Villanueva, JoAnn*
Ybarra, Casandra**
Intermediate Clerk
Altamirano, Cesar**
Barrera, Cassandra
Duenas, Nayeli*
Flores-Lopez, Nadia
Gomez, Werner
Herrera, Mayra**
Jelks, Michael*
Munro, Laura
Osuna, Yesenia**
Padilla, Kanna
Rivera, Sandra
Torres, Crystal
II
$9.56/hr (1)
$10.51/hr (3)
$9.56/hr (1)
$9.99/hr (2)
$9.56/hr (1)
$9.99/hr (2)
$10.51/hr (3)
$9.56/hr (1)
$10.51/hr (3)
$9.99/hr (2)
$10.51/hr (3)
$9.56/hr (1)
$9.56/hr
07/01/11
08/15/11
07/01/11
II
07/05/11
07/01/11
07/05/11
11
07/01/11
07/01/11
II
11
11
II
II
II
II
II
08/02/11
07/01/11
07/26/11
07/01/11
II
Intermediate Typist Clerk
"
$9.56/hr
II
07/01/11
II
II
4
II
11
II
II
11
SHORT-TERM HOURLY EMPLOYMENT (AS NEEDED), VARIABLE HOURS PER DAY & DAYS
PER WEEK, FOR A PERIOD NOT TO EXCEED JUNE 30, 2012 OR 175 TOTAL WORKDAYS,
WHICHEVER OCCURS FIRST
Toto, Stephany**
Vargas, Jeannette**
Vasquez, Karla
Videl, Edward**
Intermediate Typist Clerk
$9.56/hr
07/01/11
Student Activities Clerk
$9.56/hr
07/01/11
Goff, Cecilee
Gonzalez, Silviano
Hernandez, Jose
Matthews, Jesse
Renteria, Alvaro
Rios, Jose
Saucedo, Denise
Saude, Isaura
Santos, Jose
Custodian
$9.76/hr
07/01/11
Salazar, Nancy**
Shah, Kundan**
Williams, Nicole**
Community Outreach Worker
$9.99/hr
07/01/11
Aquatics Specialist
$10.11/hr
07/01/11
Murillo, Frank
Neff, Steven
Price, Drue
Valle, Jonathan
Community Services Officer
$10.53/hr
07/01/11
Ruiz, Martha**
Secretary Clerk
$10.53/hr
07/01/11
Account Technician II
$10.77/hr
07/01/11
Zwiep, Marlene
Assistant Buyer
$11.02/hr
07/01/11
Blackmun, Jane
Larsen, Hannah
Morris, Igerna
Secretary
$11.34/hr
07/01/11
08/15/11
07/01/11
Powers, Patricia
Castillo, Brandon**
Castillo, Jonathan**
Ceballos, Carlos**
Gonzales, Jose**
Grissom, Kellin**
Guevarra, Robert**
Hackworth, Jaren**
Ibarra, Celeste**
Fernando, Lua**
Monge, Chelsea**
Najera, Lydieth**
Robles, Scott**
Rosales, Sergio*
$29.24/hr
30-5 +L5
5
SHORT-TERM HOURLY EMPLOYMENT (AS NEEDED), VARIABLE HOURS PER DAY & DAYS
PER WEEK, FOR A PERIOD NOT TO EXCEED JUNE 30, 2012 OR 175 TOTAL WORKDAYS,
WHICHEVER OCCURS FIRST
$11.34/hr
07/01/11
Program Assistant II
$11.34/hr
07/01/11
Student Affairs Technician
$11.60/hr
07/01/11
07/05/11
07/25/11
07/01/11
Sports Specialist
$11.77/hr
07/01/11
Benavidez, Nadia*
Account Technician III
$11.88/hr
07/01/11
Ruiz, Alex*
Vargas, Jeannette*
Document Services Coordinator
$11.88/hr
07/11/11
Instructional Aide II
$12.81/hr (1)
$14.13/hr (3)
07/01/11
08/15/11
07/01/11
Pesina, Juan
Salazar,Felicitas*
Zepeda, Maria
Instructional Aide II
Arriaga, Sergio**
Ruiz, Martha**
Alejo, Rosa*
Gonzales, Ruben*
Mejia, Jenny*
Valladares, Cuxan
Ibarra, Cristal**
Mendoza, Matthew**
Peng, Natalie**
Spradlin, Wendy**
Boss, Brian
Brown, Malinda
Clare, Dennis
Diaz, Eric*
Garris, Lynnette
Gilreath, Christian*
Gonzalez, Anthony
Goodlink, James*
Hernandez, Benjamin
Kolrala, Suman*
Krause, Peter
Lee, Shing Wun Alex
Leslie, Eugene
Lopez, Sandra*
Makinano, Lance*
Martin, Michael
Millard, Samuel
Munro, Laura**
Nance, Michael*
Neupane, Kaubin
Nunez, Johnny
Ramirez, Hector*
Rich, William*
Roberts, Nancy*
Schulof, Edward
11
$12.81/hr (1)
$13.45/hr (2)
$14.13/hr (3)
$12.81/hr (1)
$14.13/hr (3)
08/01/11
07/01/11
07/01/11
08/01/11
07/01/11
11
11
$12.81/hr (1)
$14.13/hr (3)
$13.45/hr (2)
$14.13/hr (3)
$12.81/hr (1)
$14.13/hr (3)
$12.81/hr (1)
11
07/05/11
07/01/11
$14.13/hr (3)
$12.81/hr (1)
$14.13/hr (3)
6
07/05/11
SHORT-TERM HOURLY EMPLOYMENT (AS NEEDED), VARIABLE HOURS PER DAY & DAYS
PER WEEK, FOR A PERIOD NOT TO EXCEED JUNE 30, 2012 OR 175 TOTAL WORKDAYS,
WHICHEVER OCCURS FIRST
Simpson, Scott
Tolliver, Victoria*
Trinh, Thanh
Werstiuk, Karen
Instructional Aide II
Castro, Madalyn
Padilla, Debra**
Puente, Miriam**
Tolen, Jeffrey**
Kristinat, Katrina*
Castillejos, Silvia
Diaz, Sonia
Gonzalez, Aaron
Hodgin, Richard**
Hortua, Leonel*
Isas, Jacqueline**
lsai, Maria**
Loayza, Diana
Major, Amber**
McLennan, Erica*
Medina, Rosemarie
Miranda, Adrian**
Odrich, Eileen**
Rios, Rebecca
Rojas, Mary**
Sarabia, Dominic**
Van Der Linden, Dainelle**
$12.81/hr (1)
07/01/11
$14.13/hr (3)
07/05/11
07/01/11
Buyer
$13.46/hr
07/01/11
Recreation Activity Specialist
$13.65/hr
07/01/11
Equipment Mechanic
$13.77/hr
07/01/11
Development Assistant
$13.79/hr
07/01/11
Program Facilitator
$13.79/hr
07/01/11
II
II
II
II
07/25/11
07/01/11
II
II
II
II
Lipsohn, Ronda*
Martinez, Alan*
Ponce, Geraldine*
Salazar, Deanna*
Student Affairs Assistant
$13.79/hr
07/01/11
07/25/11
07/01/11
Trakulthai, Terrayut
Welder
$13.79/hr
07/01/11
Senior Technical Support Specialist
$16.80/hr
07/01/11
Milagros, David
Diaz, Rafael
Grande, Tom
Heredia, Anthony**
Shin, Yong**
II
Cont. Ed. Specialist (Recreation)
7
$16.84/hr
07/01/11
SHORT-TERM HOURLY EMPLOYMENT (AS NEEDED), VARIABLE HOURS PER DAY & DAYS
PER WEEK, FOR A PERIOD NOT TO EXCEED JUNE 30, 2012 OR 175 TOTAL WORKDAYS,
WHICHEVER OCCURS FIRST
Educational Technology Trainer
$18.60/hr
07/11/11
07/01/11
Choi, Ji Hye
Goodspeed, Joan
leremia, Kim**
MacLean, Megan
Murray, Dean**
Shin, Yoon Young
Cont. Ed. Specialist (Arts & Crafts)
$22.45/hr
07/01/11
08/15/11
07/01/11
Aiton, Amanda**
Ceballos, Janae**
Farrell, Stephen**
Frandsen, Janna**
Hayes, Andajo**
Khan, Saubia**
Marroquin-Yurak, Sonia**
McMillen, Lana**
Perez, Judy**
Pilien, Dennis**
Ramirez, Veronica**
Romero, Elizabeth**
Sanchez, Hector**
Slager, Robert**
Strickland, Denise**
Tu, Gloria**
Ye, Liang**
Cont. Ed. Specialist (Cultural Arts)
Boyol, Maria
Fraps, Bryant*
Carney, Danielle*
Castillo, Lorena
Love-Queen, Cheryl*
Fiske, Robert**
Fonti, Allison**
Fortner, Anthony**
Francis, Tami**
Greene, Chad
Gustavo, Romero*
Huang, Fuze
Ivanova, Poy
Johnson, Dewayne*
Johnson, John
Layne, Jean*
Lopez, Alejandro**
Lopez, Monica
Lovejoy, Nicole
Ly, Lisa
Mansell, Bonnie**
Marez, Jose*
II
II
II
$28.07/hr
07/01/11
II
07/06/11
07/01/11
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
Community Education Specialist
$29.15/hr
II
07/05/11
08/15/11
07/01/11
08/15/11
07/01/11
08/15/11
II
II
II
II
07/11/11
08/15/11
08/08/11
07/01/11
08/15/11
07/01/11
08/15/11
II
II
07/01/11
II
8
SHORT-TERM HOURLY EMPLOYMENT (AS NEEDED), VARIABLE HOURS PER DAY & DAYS
PER WEEK, FOR A PERIOD NOT TO EXCEED JUNE 30, 2012 OR 175 TOTAL WORKDAYS,
WHICHEVER OCCURS FIRST
Mariani, Ilva
Marquez, Delores*
McFarland, Lillian*
Moore, Debra
Morales, Gloria
Myer, Glen**
Ngo, Michelle
Nguimdjou, Emmanuel
Nguyen, Thu
Nikdel, Mojdeh
Nutt, Karen*
O'Neil, Deborah*
O'Neil, Jeannie*
Pallwitz, Karla
Pham, Mui-Anh
Phan, Henry
Ponce, Abel*
Quesada, Alfred*
Quesada, DeAnna*
Ravenscroft, Carrie**
Robertson, Deena*
Rudd, James**
Ryozaki, Evelyn
Sampo, Robert*
Sarell, Gary
Schendel, Kelly
Smith, Tawanna*
Sodetani, Martha*
Stiles, Lynn
Walker, Joseph*
Walter, Karen
Whitson, Beverly
Williams, Harry**
Community Education Specialist
$29.15/hr
08/15/11
07/01/11
08/15/11
07/01/11
08/15/11
07/01/11
11
08/15/11
11
07/01/11
08/15/11
08/01/11
08/15/11
11
07/01/11
08/15/11
07/01/11
08/08/11
08/15/11
07/01/11
11
11
Boyol, Maria
Instructional Scheduling Specialist
$32.13/hr
34 L5
07/11/11
Kwan, Chung
Tanner, Desiree
Aide-Special (Interpreter Level IV)
$33.50/hr
07/25/11
Droney, Douglas
Senior Applications Analyst
$49.15/hr
07/01/11
Cont. Ed. Specialist (Business Tech.)
$50.52/hr
07/01/11
Anaya, Jose**
Guerrero, Mario**
Hemsworth, Richard**
Livingston, Barbara**
Pacheco, Rupert**
Ramos, Gerardo**
Real, Yannick**
11
9
SHORT-TERM HOURLY EMPLOYMENT (AS NEEDED), VARIABLE HOURS PER DAY & DAYS
PER WEEK, FOR A PERIOD NOT TO EXCEED JUNE 30, 2012 OR 175 TOTAL WORKDAYS,
WHICHEVER OCCURS FIRST
Cont. Ed. Specialist (Business Tech.)
$50.52/hr
07/01/11
Betancourt, David**
Chan, Judy**
Gray, Robert**
Quirk, Jean**
Saucedo, Marisol**
Thornbury, Robert**
Wood, John**
Cont. Ed. Specialist (Health Occ.)
$50.52/hr
07/01/11
Baron, Tony**
Becerra, Mardell**
Lee Goldman, Steven**
Moreland, Eddie**
Mosley, Kimberly**
Noble, Bruce**
Supple, Martin*
Taylor, Kevin*
Toscas, Robert**
Cont. Ed. Specialist (Technology)
Castellanos, Ebenezer**
Koze, John**
Taylor, Kevin**
Project Specialist (Technical) Level I
Pacheco, Rupert**
Real, Yannick**
Project Specialist (Technical) Level II
Tait, Mark**
Villar, Sergio**
Wilson, Esther**
II
II
II
$50.52/hr
07/01/11
II
II
II
$75.00/hr
II
II
10
07/01/11
$100.00/hr
07/01/11
CERRITOS COLLEGE
TO:
Board of Trustees
FROM:
Dr. Linda L. Lacy, President/Superintendent/r
REVIEWED BY:
Victor Collins, Interim Vice President of HR/Assistant Superintendent —
PREPARED BY:
Cynthia Convey, Director of Employment, Diversity & Legal Services
DATE:
September 7, 2011
SUBJECT:
Consideration of Approval of a Declaration of an Emergency Situation to
Fill a Vacant Administrative Position
RECOMMENDATION
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve a Declaration of an Emergency Situation to fill a
vacant administrative position.
OVERVIEW
It is necessary to have administrative support for the Liberal Arts Division due to the unanticipated
resignation of the Instructional Dean of Liberal Arts who accepted a promotional position at another
community college.
ANALYSIS
On August 1, 2011, the Instructional Dean of Liberal Arts resigned her position to accept a promotion to
the position of Vice President at another college. The Liberal Arts Division is one of the largest
divisions on campus and there is a need to have an Interim Instructional Dean with highly specialized
skills, knowledge and experience to assist the District during the recruitment for an Instructional Dean
of Liberal Arts.
The District has ascertained that there are qualified and potentially available individuals on campus who
might fill this position on an interim basis but those individuals are candidates for this position.
Therefore, the District will not employ a candidate for the position as an interim replacement.
The employment of an Interim Instructional Dean of Liberal Arts will be temporary until the position can
be filled. The District opened recruitment for the position on August 8, 2011 and the closing date for
submission of applications is September 22, 2011. The District intends to complete this recruitment
before the end of this semester and to seat a replacement at the beginning of the Spring 2012
semester.
The District is able to employ a retired STRS member who has the needed specialized skills,
knowledge and experience if that retired STRS member may receive an earnings exemption under a
Declaration of an Emergency Situation declared by the Board of Trustees.
FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS
The Declaration of an Emergency Situation to Fill a Vacant Administrative position will allow the District
to employ a retired STRS member at $11,586.00 per month, Grade 42, Step 4 on the Management
Salary Schedule.
APPROVED
CERRITOS COLLEGE
COORDINATING COMMITTEE MINUTES
May 9, 2011
PRESENT: Dr. Linda Lacy
Bill Farmer
Dr. Stephen Johnson
David El Fattal
Lola Rizkallah
Angela Hoppe-Nagao
ABSENT:
Deb Moore
Dr. Ted Stolze
Lynn Laughon
GUEST(s):
Shawn Jones
Mark Wallace
(for Deb Moore)
Dean Mellas
Scott O'Neil
Schellary Thomas
Richard Crother
Jasmin Ramirez
Julie Mun
I.
MEETING CALLED TO ORDER
Dr. Lacy called the meeting to order at 1:06 p.m.
II.
PUBLIC COMMENTS — None
III.
INTRODUCTION OF NEW EMPLOYEES & ANNOUNCEMENT OF
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES — None
IV.
APPROVAL OF MINUTES — April 25, 2011
Mr Farmer made a motion to approve the April 25 minutes; Ms. Rizkallah seconded the
motion. The minutes were approved as presented. Ms. Hoppe-Nagao abstained.
V.
BOARD AGENDA — May 18, 2011
Dr. Lacy briefly reviewed the May 18 Board Agenda and invited the committee members to
raise any questions and/or comments. The committee had no questions.
VI.
ITEMS FROM INSTITUTIONAL COMMITTEES
Web Standards
Mr. Wallace distributed the !attache -4 February 15 and April 7 meeting minutes, Web
Administration AccMonitor Summary dated January 28, California Community Colleges
Distance Education Accessibility Guidelines, CMS Approval Process FAQ, and list of auto
approved web pages during non-business hours. He stated that at the April 7 meeting, Dr.
Bryan Reece gave a presentation about establishing common departmental webpages
throughout the campus. Eighteen departments agreed to update their webpages during the
summer. The plan is to have 20 additional departments update their webpages during fall
and another 20 for spring 2012.
Mr. Wallace stated that Rio Hondo College does not have a content management system for
its website and that Ty Bowman met with Rio Hondo personnel to share information about
Cerritos College's CMS system. He thanked the committee members for their thoughtful
and productive conversation and stated that they have made good progress this semester.
APPROVED
Dr. Lacy thanked Mr. Wallace for his report
VII.
ITEMS FROM FACULTY SENATE STANDING COMMITTEES — None
VIII.
STATUS OF SHARED GOVERNANCE
Administrative Procedure 4300 — Field Trips and Excursions
This administrative procedure was revised in response to requests by faculty to update and
clarify the process with more detail. The revisions were reviewed and approved by ASCC,
the Student Life Committee, and Faculty Senate.
Dr. Johnson made a motion to approve the revisions to AP 4300; Ms. Hoppe-Nagao
seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.
Board Policy and Administrative Procedure 5050 — Matriculation
Dr. Johnson stated that the matriculation board policy and administrative procedure were
revised to include language regarding mandatory assessment, orientation, and counseling
(AOC). The college plans to implement mandatory AOC in spring 2012. The revisions
were reviewed and approved by Counseling Services, the Matriculation Committee, the
Developmental Education Committee, Faculty Senate, and ASCC.
Mr. Farmer made a motion to forward the revised BP 5050 to the Board of Trustees for a
first reading at its May 18 meeting; Mr. El Fattal seconded the motion. The motion passed
unanimously.
The committee recommended minor language revisions to AP 5050. Mr. Farmer made a
motion to approve the revised AP 5050; Ms. Hoppe-Nagao seconded the motion. The
motion passed unanimously.
Proposed Board Policy and Administrative Procedure 6900 — Travel
Dr. Lacy stated that while reviewing AP 4300 — Field Trips and Excursions, it became
apparent that the college's existing board policy regarding conference and travel should be
updated to be more comprehensive and reflect current practice, as the existing policy was
adopted in 1994. She stated that the revised board policy and administrative procedure were
both reviewed and approved by Fiscal Services and the Executive Council.
Mr. El Fattal made a motion to forward BP 6900 to the Board of Trustees for a first reading
at its May 18 meeting and approve AP 6900; Ms. Rizkallah seconded the motion. The
motion passed unanimously.
Status of Discussion Regarding Arming Campus Police
Dr. Johnson stated that an item to recommend that the Board of Trustees direct staff to
modify Board Policy and Administrative Procedure 7600 — Campus Police to authorize
arming sworn Campus Police officers will be prepared for the June 8 Board Meeting. He
stated that the officers are P.O.S.T. certified and eligible to be armed under state law. The
District Committee on Safety requested feedback from all campus constituent groups and
CSEA, ACCME, ASCC, and Faculty Senate voted in support of this item. If this item is
approved by the Board, the policy and procedure will be revised and presented to the
Coordinating Committee for review during fall.
APPROVED
There was much discussion regarding campus safety issues and whether each constituent
group was presented with the same information in a consistent manner Mr. Mellas inquired
how this item was initiated and whether there is a specific goal to be accomplished. Mr.
Crother stated when CSEA leadership initially met with Campus Police officers last year,
they recommended that the officers contact the Safety Committee to discuss arming the
officers. Dr. Lacy stated that on November 29, 2010 the Safety Committee gave a report to
the Coordinating Committee that discussion was just beginning. The Safety Committee
requested buy-in from all constituent groups before preparing its recommendation. Ms.
Thomas stated that the goal of this recommendation is to ensure safety for everybody on
campus.
Ms. Hoppe-Nagao stated that Faculty Senate held considerable discussion regarding this
topic and that faculty were requested to complete a survey to gather feedback. The survey
results are available on the Faculty Senate documents webpage. Although the vote was not
unanimous, Faculty Senate as a, constituent group voted in favor of arming campus police.
Coordinating Committee Meeting Schedule for Fall 2011
The committee reviewed the meeting schedule for fall 2011, which coincides with the
schedule to review board agendas. Additional meetings may be scheduled if necessary.
IX.
REPORTS FROM COORDINATING COMMITTEE MEMBERS
Ms Ramirez reminded the committee that commencement begins at 5:00 p.m. on Saturday,
May 14.
Mr Farmer stated that the location for the Study Abroad program in spring 2012 will be
Madrid, Spain. The two faculty members selected for this program are Froylan Cabuto and
Diane Keenan. Student recruitment will begin in fall and a webpage is under development.
Ms. Hoppe-Nagao stated that an emergency Faculty Senate meeting has been scheduled for
Tuesday, May 10 beginning at 11:00 a.m. in the Board Room.
X.
PRESIDENT'S REPORT
Dr. Lacy stated that a presentation on the Facilities Master Plan is scheduled for Tuesday,
May 10 beginning at 11:00 a.m. in LC 155. She invited all to attend the
Faculty/Management Retiree Recognition Ceremony on May 18 and also the Outstanding
Classified/Confidential Employee Awards, Employee Appreciation Luncheon, and
Classified/Confidential Retiree Recognition Ceremony on Thursday, May 19. Dr. Lacy also
stated that the process to fill the Board vacancy is underway.
XI.
ADJOURNMENT
Meeting adjourned at 2:06 p.m.
CERRITOS COLLEGE
TO:
Board of Trustees
FROM:
Dr. Linda L. Lacy, President/Superintendent
REVIEWED BY:
Mr. David El Fattal, Vice President of Business Services
PREPARED BY:
Lola Rizkallah, Director of Fiscal ServiQes
Suzie Payne, Budget Manager
DATE:
September 7, 2011
SUBJECT:
Information Item: Associated Students Cerritos College (ASCC) Financial
Report for the Period Ending June 30, 2011
RECOMMENDATION
This item is presented for information only.
OVERVIEW
The ASCC Financial Report for the period ending June 30, 2011 is included in this Board Report.
ANALYSIS
Page 1 is the Combined Balance Sheet listing all Associated Students, Clubs & Trust, and Scholarships &
Loans Fund account balances.
Page 2 is the Combined Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balance for budget
and actual revenues and expenditures.
Page 3 is the Budget Summary graphic depiction of actual revenues and expenditures.
Sources of income are the college service fees (CCSA), commissions from the Bookstore, vending
machines, electronic games, and the Food Court vendors, Fine Arts (Theatre), Athletics (Football and
Basketball commissions), Student Activities, and interest income.
2010-11 revenue was budgeted at $934,900; income received (including receivable and due from other
funds) is $841,886.56 as of June 30, 2011.
2010-11 expenditures were budgeted at $934,900; amounts expended are $916,357.30 as of June 30,
2011. Funds for disbursement are budgeted to support a variety of activities.
FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:
As presented above.
Attachments
ASSOCIATED STUDENTS-CERRITOS COLLEGE
COMBINED BALANCE SHEET
June 30, 2011
Associated
Students
Fund
Students
Clubs & Trust
Fund
Scholarship
& Loans
Fund
Combined
ASSETS
Cash On Hand And In Banks
Bank of America - ASCC
Bank of America - Trust
Investments
Los Angeles County Treasurer (cos-m-00o)
Petty Cash & Change Funds
ASCC Account (104-00-000)
ASCC Accounts Receivable
ASCC Prepaid Expenses
Due From Other Funds -ASCC
Due From Other Funds - TRUST
Clearing Account
TOTAL ASSETS
233,034
$
-
233,034
357,368
$
357,368
172,001
172,001
750
750
51,278
51,278
2,166
2,166
1,134,410
1,134,410
263,930
263,930
-37
-37
621,297
1,593,602
0
2,214,899
LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANCE
Accounts Payable
50,796
$
Due To Other Funds
23,398
$
Amounts Held For Others
TOTAL LIABILITIES
74,195
1,804
$
-
(522)
$
52,601
$
22,876
620,014
0
620,014
621,297
0
695,491
FUND BALANCE
1,519,408
1,519,408
TOTAL FUND BALANCE
1,519,408
1,519,408
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANCE
1,593,602
Designated for Special Purpose
In6/30/11
Page 1
621,297
0
2,214,899
ASSOCIATED STUDENTS-CERRITOS COLLEGE
COMBINED STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENDITURES AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE
For the Period July 1, 2010 - June 30, 2011
Associated
Students Fund
ACTUAL
BUDGET
Students Clubs
& Trust Fund (250 .$)
ACTUAL
Scholarship
& Loans Fund (275's)
ACTUAL
REVENUES
College Service Fees (400-01-001)
Student Store (400-01-002)
Football (400-02-001)
Basketball (400-02-002)
Student Activities (400-03-001)
Newspaper Advertising (400-03-002)
Other Income (400-03-005)
Interest Income (400-03-007)
Vending Commission (North County & Pepsi) (400-04-002)
Electronic Games (400-04-003)
Food Court Income (400-04-004)
Elbow Rooms Commission (400-04-005)
(400-05-001)
Fine Arts/Theatre
(400-05-002)
Fine Arts/Music
ASCC Undistributed Reserves (400-05-003)
Receipts
Federal Nat'l Service Award
TOTAL REVENUES
245,000.00
300,000.00
6,400.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
4,000.00
6,000.00
6,000.00
87,000.00
16,000.00
91,000.00
52,000.00
8,000.00
1,000.00
110,500.00
220,341.76
352,935.86
7,400.00
0.00
35.00
4,070.00
3,000.00
20,784.68
87,000.00
10,702.75
83,643.29
44,256.22
7,717.00
0.00
0.00
1,102,935.96
934,900.00
841,886.56
223,300.00
196,300.00
261,200.00
183,850.00
70,250.00
220,162.20
196,169.63
247,417.43
183,630.00
68,978.04
1,102,935.96
0.00
76,244.00
76,244.00
EXPENDITURES
Student Govemment Program (em-al-ow to 600-01-999)
Instructional Programs (600-02-000 to 600-02-999)
Special Operations (600-03-000 to 600-03-999)
Intercollegiate Athletics Program (600-04-000 to 600-04-999)
Student Services (600-05-000 to 600-05-999)
Adjust for restatements
Disbursements
Federal Nat'l Service Award
916,357.30
1,055,341.86
0.00
76,244.00
76,244.00
-74,470.74
47,594.10
0.00
BEGINNING FUND BALANCE, JULY 1, 2010
1,593,878.61 *
572,420.36 *
0.00 *
ENDING FUND BALANCE, JUNE 30, 2011
1,519,407.87
620,014.46
0.00
TOTAL EXPENDITURES
EXCESS (DEFICIENCY) OF REVENUES OVER
EXPENDITURES
1,055,341.86
934,900.00
* Per audited financial statements
Ir: 8/23/11
Page 2
ASSOCIATED STUDENTS-CERRITOS COLLEGE
ACTUALS SUMMARY
JUNE 30, 2011
220,342
352,936
225,602
19,187
23,820
COLLEGE SVC FEES
STUDENT STORE
COMMISSIONS
FINE ARTS/ATHLETICS
OTHER
TOTAL REVENUES
$
841,887
STUDENT GOVERNMENT
INSTRUCTIONAL
SPECIAL OPERATIONS
ATHLETICS
SERVICES
ADJ FOR RESTATEMENT
TOTAL EXPENDITURES
220,162
196,170
247,417
183,630
68,978
916,357
TOTAL EXPENDITURES
TOTAL REVENUES
3%
8%
26%
20%
OSTUDENT GOVERNMENT
EICOLLEGE SVC FEES
27%
■ STUDENT STORE
42%
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CERRITOS COLLEGE
TO:
Board of Trustees
FROM:
Dr. Linda L. Lacy, President/Superintendent
REVIEWED BY:
PREPARED BY:
Mr. David El Fattal, Vice President of Business Services
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Lola Rizkallah, Director of Fiscal Se e
Suzie Payne, Budget Manager
DATE:
September 7, 2011
SUBJECT:
Consideration of Approval of the Adopted Budget for the 2011-12 Fiscal Year
RECOMMENDATION
The Board of Trustees approve the proposed Adopted Budget for the 2011-12 Fiscal Year.
OVERVIEW
The College is required to have its 2011-12 annual budget adopted by the Board of Trustees and
submitted to the Chancellor's Office by September 15 and to the Los Angeles County Office of
Education after adoption.
This budget provides a snapshot-in-time view of the District's projected revenues and expenditures.
These financial projections are based upon the best and most current information available from both
internal and external sources including the Chancellor's Office Budget Workshop that was held on
August 17, 2011. Budget revisions are regularly presented to the Board of Trustees throughout the
year as new information becomes available.
ANALYSIS
GENERAL FUND — UNRESTRICTED (FUND 01.0)
This proposed adopted budget utilizes the latest information regarding State funding from the Budget
Workshop. It includes a $5,000,484 reduction of revenues with a corresponding workload reduction of
1,060 FTES. At this time, the State funding for 2011-12 projects a $19,124,055 revenue deferral
through June 30, 2012.
GENERAL FUND — RESTRICTED CATEGORICAL (FUND 01.3)
The Budget Workshop stated there will be no further reductions in categorical programs; further
information will be forthcoming in October 2011.
FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS
As presented.
CERRITOS COLLEGE
TO:
Board of Trustees
FROM:
Dr. Linda L. Lacy, President/Superintendent
DATE:
September 7, 2011
SUBJECT:
Consideration of Approval of Naming of Facilities – Dean Paige Foyer
(Physical Science and Technology Building)
RECOMMENDATION
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve naming the north entry foyer of the Physical
Science and Technology Building in honor of Charles Dean Paige.
OVERVIEW
There has been an expressed interest in honoring Charles Dean Paige for his dedication and service to
Cerritos College. Mr. Paige passed away on February 28, 2010 after an extended illness.
Mr. Paige was employed by the District from February 1964 until his retirement in December 1992. He
held many positions during his employment such as Instructor, Director of Extended Day, Associate
Dean/Instructional Dean of Science, Engineering and Mathematics, and Interim Vice President of
Instructional Services. He also served as Faculty Senate President. He was dedicated to the students
and his profession. After his retirement, he established the Paige Scholar Scholarship through the
Cerritos College Foundation which is awarded to an outstanding student in the SEM Division who has
been nominated to receive an Academic Excellence Award.
ANALYSIS
In accordance with Administrative Procedure 2900 – Naming of Facilities, a request was submitted in
writing to the President/Superintendent. The request was accompanied with seven letters of support
with evidence of a broad base of support. The request was approved by the Executive Director of
Foundation and Community Advancement, and reviewed and approved by the College Coordinating
Committee on August 29.
FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS
The financial impact is minimal and is limited to the purchase of a plaque or acknowledgement plate of
appropriate materials and design mounted near the named area.
Attachment
Cerritos College
Request for Naming of Facilities
Please complete the information below to request naming a building, structure, classroom/lab,
facility or other area on campus. All requests must follow guidelines specified in Board Policy
and Administrative Procedure 2900 — Naming of Facilities.
Requestor Information:
John S. Boyle
Print Name
July 7, 2011
Date of Request
268 Mira Mar Ave. Long Beach, CA 90803
Address
562 433 2684
Phone Number
Professor Emeritus, Biology
Cerritos College Affiliation (staff; student, community, etc.)
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Email
This is a request to name a Cerritos College facility for:
■ Individual Service (attach a minimum of three letters of support and a detailed biography)
❑ Group Service (attach a minimum of three letters of support)
❑ Recognition of a Gift/Donation
❑ Other (please list)
Describe the facility you are requesting to name:
The north entry foyer of the new Physical Science Technology Building (PST).
Proposed Facility Name:
Charles Dean Paige Foyer
Rationale (attach additional pages if necessary):
Please see attached rationale.
Biography: Charles Dean Paige
Dean was a life-long resident of Long. Beach. He passed away February
18, 2010. Upon graduation from Long Beach Polytechnic High School in
1951, Dean attended Cal State Long Beach University for both his B.A.
and M.A. degrees. He served four years in the U.S. Air Force, 1952-1956.
Dean was part of the original faculty at La Mirada High School teaching
Biology and coaching baseball. In 1964, he began a 29-year career at
Cerritos College. Starting as a faculty member in the Biology Department,
he served a term as president of the Faculty Senate. He then moved on
to Director of Extended Day Programs and the to Dean of Science,
Engineering, and Mathematics. He served as Interim Vice-President of
Instructional Services, retiring in December of 1992.
During the years that Dean served as the dean of the Science,
Engineering and Mathematics division he always sought to teach one
section so that he would not completely lose touch with the students.
Those years saw a profound change within the division and Dean took
particular pride in the quality of the new faculty that he brought to the
division.
He found his second professional love with a career as Naturalist aboard
cruise ships. Beginning in the early 1980's, Alaska was his favorite
destination. He also lectured on Hawaiian Islands, Panama Canal, south
Pacific, and Mexican itineraries.
Upon retirement, Dean established the Paige Scholarship at Cerritos
College for outstanding students in Science, Engineering, and
Mathematics. The scholarship continues under the guidance of his wife,
Jeanne.
RATIONALE
Last year the Cerritos College community mourned the passing of one of
our former colleagues, Mr. Charles Dean Paige. Dean Paige had a twentynine year career at Cerritos College. He began as an instructor in the
Biology Department, moved on to the Director of Extended Day Programs,
and served for a time as Interim Vice-President of Instructional Services.
But his greatest contribution was as the Dean of the Science, Engineering,
and Mathematics Division. Dean presided over a significant period of
growth and development in the division. He was a true campus leader and
a mentor to many of us who worked with and under him. Those of you
who did not know Dean know of his generosity in funding the Paige
Scholar scholarships that have benefited so many of our outstanding
science students.
With the opening of the Physical Science Technology Building the college
has an opportunity to honor the significant contributions of Dean Paige to
Cerritos College and to the Science, Engineering and Mathematics Division.
I propose that the north entry foyer of the new building be named in
honor of Charles Dean Paige and his contributions to Cerritos College. I am
available and anxious to assist in any way that I can to see this proposal
become a reality
Very sincerely,
John S. Boyle
Professor emeritus, Biology
FRAN NEWMAN, Ed.D
6009 Seashore Drive
Newport Beach, CA 92663
June 20, 2011
Dear Dr. Lacy,
This letter is written in strong support of naming the north entry foyer of the new Physical
Science Technology Building at Cerritos College in honor of Charles Dean Paige.
I had the privilege of working with Dean Paige for twenty years at Cerritos College. He was a
dedicated educator who always placed the needs and interests of the students and college first.
He touched so many lives across campus through his mentoring and leadership abilities.
The naming of the foyer in the new building would honor a person who is so deserving because
of his outstanding contributions to Cerritos College. It would also serve as a reminder that
quality leadership makes a difference and has a lasting effect.
Thanks for your consideration of this request.
Sincerely,
Fran Newman
Former Vice-President of Student Services of Cerritos College
July 1, 2011
Dr. Linda lacy,
I am pleased to take this opportunity to say a few words about a former friend and
colleague, Dean Paige, whom I had known for over forty years. Dean and I go back to
the 1960s while we were teaching at La Mirada High School. There, is where he set the
tone of professionalism. I learned of his love in teaching and caring for all that knew him.
He was a quiet, gentle person, yet enthusiastic in finding ways to better the
institution. His character was beyond reproach. When I applied for a position at Cerritos
College, he took it upon himself to write a positive letter of recommendation even though
I had not requested it. He never mentioned it to me.
Dean Paige's character and stature merits important recognition as a quality educator
throughout his career. It is imperative to recognize him as an outstanding professor with
endless endeavors supporting education while becoming a true friend of colleagues, staff
and students from all walks of life.
Warm Regards,
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Marcelino Saucedo
Cerritos College
Professor Emeritus
Dr. Joan Licari
16017 Villa Flores
Hacienda Heights CA 91745
Dr. Linda Lacy
President
Cerritos College
11110 E Alondra Blvd.
Norwalk CA 90650
July 3, 2011
Dear Dr. Lacy:
I am sending this letter in support of the proposal to name the North Entry Foyer of the new
Physical Science Technology Building in honor of Dean Paige. I served in the Earth Science
Department from 1965 until 2001 when I retired. During that time I served as Professor,
Department Chair, and member of the Faculty Senate. I was teaching during the almost the entire
tenure of Dean Paige at Cerritos, as faculty, Dean of SEM, and as Interim Vice-President of
Instructional Services.
I have not had a finer colleague in all my years of teaching, and he was well respected by
members of the Administration. He was cherished by the Science, Engineering, and Mathematics
Division because of his fairness and his willingness to fight for his faculty, academics, and what
he thought was best for Cerritos College. As Chair of my department for a number of years, I
could always discuss our needs, questions of scheduling and receive a frank reason for
disagreement or strong support.
In 1974, when I began a doctoral program at UCLA in Environmental Science and Engineering,
he offered support in terms of scheduling that allowed me to complete the degree, while still
teaching at Cerritos. This brought benefit to my students for many years because of the greater
depth and experiences I could bring to my environmental, earth science and geology courses.
During his leadership, the SEM Division was a close-knit group of faculty as well as friends—an
environment that was a joy to work in. Because of all of the above, I believe the naming of the
North Entry Foyer in honor of Dean is well deserved for his many years of service to the Cerritos
family.
Sincerely,
Jo lLicari, D.Env.
Professor emeritus, Earth Science Department
Cerritos College
CERRITOS COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
11110 ALONDRA BLVD. • NORWALK, CALIFORNIA 90650-6298 • (562) 860 . 2451 • FAX (562) 467-5005
Dr. Linda Lacy, President
Cerritos Community College
11110 E. Alondra Blvd.
Norwalk, CA 90650
Dear Dr. Lacy,
It gives me great pleasure to write in support of the naming of the north entry foyer of the
new Physical Science. Technology Building in honor of Dean Paige.
As a former faculty member of the SEM Division I was extremely fortunate to have Dean
Paige as the dean of the division. As a new adjunct instructor I especially appreciated
Dean scheduling evening meetings with the part time faculty to explain the myriad
documents, policies, and procedures we would encounter during a semester. He also was
a source of great counsel and direction in the early stages of my tenured career at the
college. It did not take long to see that he was recognized by the college community as
one of the true leaders on the campus, an administrator who always based his decisions
on what was best for the college, and not for any particular division, department, or
individual. He worked unselfishly and tirelessly in every position he held, frequently
coming to his office on weekends to finish whatever tasks needed completion. Those of
us lucky to have known and worked with Dean understand and appreciate the impact he
had not only on the college community but on our professional and personal lives as well.
He served the institution with integrity and distinction and it is fitting that the college
should pay tribute to his service and memory in this way.
Sincerely,
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Chester L. Harbut, Ph.D
Emeritus Professor
ADOLPH JOHNSON, •JR.
5753-G EAST SANTA ANA CANYON ROAD #313
ANAHEIM HILLS, CA 92807
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562.522.2171
July 13, 2011
I am privileged to have been asked to pen a letter of support on
behalf of my friend and formet colleague, Charles Dean Paige, to have the
North Entry Foyer of the new Physical Science Technology Building
named in his honor. Although there are scores of reasons as to why such
an accolade should be bestowed upon Dean, I will delineate only a few.
I offer my support based on a twenty-eight year history of knowing
Dean, twenty-four of those years (1983 — 2007), I served the College as
Dean of Academic Affairs. Although I did not know him during his tenure
as Faculty Senate President, I did know him as Dean of the Science,
Engineering and Mathematics Division and during his one year stint as
Vice President of Academic Affairs.
During my first or second year of employment at Cerritos, I was
asked to evaluate Dean as Professor of Anatomy and Physiology.
Typically, he was a very laid back and easy-going person, but in his A&P
classes, he really became alive and electrifying as an instructor.
On a personal level, Dean was generous and kind to faculty and
students alike, but many times his good deeds were done secretly. He
would reach out anonymously and bless the life of another person without
fanfare. I saw many instances at Cerritos where Dean would go the extra
mile to help share the burden of another person, because that's the kind
of person he was. He knew that encouragement had power because it
changed people's lives.
Dean's character is further exemplified by the Paige Scholarship
that he established to financially reward academic excellence by
hardworking and deserving students. This scholarship and the good it
provides will live on as a testament of this great Cerritos College professor
and administrator. Dean believed that it was better to give than to receive.
Not only did he believe that, he applied and lived by that principle for as
long as I knew him.
Mr. Paige was also a great encourager, frequently offering comfort
to those who were insecure or hurting. He understood that a direct dose
of encouragement could provide the perfect cure for a struggling student
suffering from overwhelming discouragement or for a grieving faculty
member who might have been enduring loneliness and sadness or even
for a colleague struggling with a terminal illness. He had a genuine way of
building up people, as he believed in lifting up the defeated. It came
natural for him. I know because I, too, have been a recipient of his
kindness. Dean knew that people needed encouragement. He also knew
that we live by it and die without it.
Charles Dean Paige was certainly someone who made a difference
in people's lives at Cerritos College and beyond. He was, indeed, an
extraordinary person and it goes without saying that this letter is intended
to strongly support the proposal of naming the foyer of the New Science
Building in memory of C. Dean Paige.
If I can provide any additional information regarding my support for
the effort of naming the North Entry Foyer of the new Physical Science
Technology Building for Dean Paige, please don't hesitate to contact me
at: 562.522.2171.
Sincerely,
Adolph Johnson, Jr.
Retired Counselor and
Erstwhile Dean of Academic Affairs
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July 14, 2001
Dear Dr. Lacy,
I am in support of naming the new science building after Dean Paige.
Dean was a keystone in the development of Cerritos College and especially the sciences.
He was a biology instructor selected by the faculty as their representative on the faculty
senate. He sat on the administrative counsel working together with the administration.
He was selected by his peers to Dean of the science and mathematics department. Then he
became Dean of the evening programs and finally Vice President of instruction at
Cerritos.
Dean Paige continued his student support by giving to an annual science student
scholarship fund.
We will all be honored to know that Dean Paige is not only remembered in our hearts but
also by his name being inscribed on the new science building that represented his
dedication to Cerritos College.
Very sincerely yours,
Richard E. Whiteman
July 18, 2011.
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manipulative roomt When I started teaching at Cerritos College not only did a math
manipulative room not exisit, we had no math manipulatives at the college. My first year
at the college, I remember attending a local math conference and calling Dean from the
conference late on a Friday afternoon, because one of the vendors said he would sell
me a set of math blocks half price that we could use in developmental education
classes and math for teacher classes. Dean gave approval and thus began our
manipulativ,e collection, Of course, Dean in his wisdom, encouraged me.to write
curriculum and lesson plans to:share with others Around the use of These new blocks.
Dean ,continued to guide„ support,. „and) nyrt4re my passion for mathematics education at
the college, at the, state leve' and at the national level as I ias afforded the opportunity
to be on organizational boards and committees, grants, and plan national conferences.
Muth : Of th'efOundation for Teacher TRAC can be attributed to Dean Paige.
On a personal note, I had just lost my father when I began teaching at Cerritos College.
MY father would have been the one I would have consulted on buying a home and other
investments. Dean was a great sounding board for financial advice about savings,
TSA's, and retirement that iwipaci me buy, my first home and will continue to help me
when I retire.
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It is my personal and professional good fortune to have known Dean and witnessed his
deep care for students, colleagues, the SEM division and the college. I can think of no
better way of visibly recognizing Dean Paige than to name the north entry foyer of the
PST building in his honor.
Sincerely,
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CERRITOS COLLEGE
TO:
Board of Trustees
FROM:
Dr. Linda L. Lacy, President/Superintendent'
DATE:
September 7, 2011
SUBJECT:
Consideration of Nominations for Membership to the Los Angeles County
Committee on School District Organization (County Committee) for the
Election to be Held October 2011
RECOMMENDATION
The attached memo regarding nominations for membership to the Los Angeles County Committee on
School District Organization is for Board consideration.
OVERVIEW
The Los Angeles County Committee on School District Organization (County Committee) is an 11
member body charged by the legislature with responsibilities in the area of school district organization,
unification, formation, boundary changes, the manner in which governing board members are elected,
and the establishment and abolition of trustee areas. The County Committee is comprised of two
members representing each of the five supervisorial districts, plus one member elected at-large.
ANALYSIS
In October 2011, the four-year terms of office on the County Committee will be filled by election and the
candidates will serve through 2015:
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Vacant (Third Supervisorial District)
Ms. Suzan T. Solomon (Fifth Supervisorial District); and,
Mr. Lloyd de Llamas (At-Large Representative).
Per Education Code provisions these seats will be filled by an election. Therefore, the County
Committee is requesting that the governing board of each school and community college district submit
nominations for membership on the County Committee to fill these three seats. The attached memo
dated August 18, 2010 provides guidelines for the nominee requirements.
FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS
None.
Attachment
Los Angeles County
Office of Education
INFORMATIONAL
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BULLETIN #
9300 Imperial Highway, Downey, California 90242-2890 • (562) 922-6111
Arturo Delgado, Ed.D., superintendent
August 19, 2011
TO:
Superintendents and Presidents
Governing Board Members
Los Angeles County School and Community College Districts
FROM:
Matthew F. Spies, Secretary
Los Angeles County Committee on School District Organization
and
Interim Assistant Director
Regionalized Business Services
Division of Business Advisory Services
SUBJECT: Nominations for Membership on the Los Angeles
County Committee on School District Organization
The Los Angeles County Committee on School District Organization (County Committee) is an
11 member body charged by the legislature with responsibilities in the area of school district
organization, unification, formation, boundary changes, the manner in which governing board
members are elected, and the establishment and abolition of trustee areas. The County
Committee is comprised of two members representing each of the five Supervisorial districts,
plus one member elected at-large.
VACANCIES ON THE COUNTY COMMITTEE
On October 20, 2011, the following four-year terms of office on the County Committee will be
filled by election, and the candidates will serve through October 2015:
• Vacant (Third Supervisorial District);
• Ms. Suzan T. Solomon (Fifth Supervisorial District); and,
• Mr. Lloyd de Llamas (At-Large Representative).
Per Education Code (EC) provisions, these seats will be filled by an election. Therefore, the
County Committee is requesting that the governing board of each school and community college
district submit nominations for membership on the County Committee to fill these three seats.
Leading Educators ■ Supporting Students ■ Serving Communities
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Nominations for Membership on the Los Angeles
County Committee on School District Organization
August 19, 2011
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Nominations may also be made from the floor during the annual meeting where the election
of members will take place. Residency requirements and the nominee's willingness to serve
must first be validated before these candidates can be seated.
ELECTION PROCESS
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The election of members to the County Committee will take place at an annual meeting of
the voting representatives of the governing boards of school and community college districts
called for that purpose.
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The annual meeting will be held in conjunction with the fall meeting of the Los Angeles
County School Trustees Association on October 20, 2011. Information concerning the time
and location of this meeting will be distributed when available.
•
The election is an at-large election. The voting representative from each district governing
board will cast a vote for each vacant position. It is not necessary for a district to fall within
the boundaries of a Supervisorial district where a vacancy exists in order to make a
nomination or to cast a vote.
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The person from your district entitled to vote at the annual meeting is the person selected by
your board pursuant to EC §35023 (K-12 school districts), or EC §72403 (community
college districts).
The voting representative may opt to vote by using an absentee ballot in lieu of casting a vote
at the annual meeting. The use of an absentee ballot is the preferred method.
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Your district's voting representative will receive biographical information on the candidates
and voting instructions approximately one month prior to the meeting. An "Absentee Ballot"
form will also be provided at that time to districts desiring to utilize this method of voting in
lieu of attending the annual meeting to cast a vote.
This bulletin and its attachments are posted on the Los Angeles County Office of Education's
(LACOE) Web site at the following address:
www.lacoe.edu/bas
Select "Bulletins" on the left side of the screen under the heading "BAS Resources," and then
use the "Find" function to locate a specific bulletin by number or keyword.
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