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LIVERMORE VALLEY JOINT UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
BOARD OF EDUCATION
MINUTES
REGULAR MEETING
WEDNESDAY, February 25, 2009, 6:00 P.M.
CALL TO ORDER
The meeting was called to order by President Kate Runyon, with members William Dunlop, Stewart Gary,
Chuck Rogge, and Board Clerk Anne White present.
The Board adjourned to closed session.
CLOSED SESSION
The Board met in closed session pursuant to Education Code Section 48918(c) regarding three expulsion
hearings; pursuant to Government Code Section 54957 regarding public employee
discipline/dismissallreleaseneave, and public employee employment. Staff in attendance included Brenda
Miller, Superintendent; Mike Martinez, Assistant Superintendent; Kelly Bowers, Assistant Superintendent;
Yolonda Holmes, Executive Director; and Bob See, Executive Director.
RECONVENE IN OPEN SESSION
The Board reconvened in open session with Student Board Member Representative Kathryn Rambo
present. Margaret Gehlert, Superintendent's Secretary, was also in attendance.
No action was taken in closed session.
In open session:
Action:
White moved, Dunlop seconded, and motion carried 5-0 to accept the Administrative Panel's
recommendation and direct, effective immediately, that Student "X" be expelled from the
Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District for violation of Education Code Section(s) 48900.4
and 48900(k). However, the Board orders the expulsion be suspended for one calendar year
through February 2010. A rehabilitation plan is on file at the District Office.
Action:
Dunlop moved, Gary seconded, and motion carried 5-0 to accept the Administrative Panel's.
recommendation and direct, effective immediately, that student "Y" be expelled from the
Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District for violation of Education Code Section(s)
48915(a)(2) and 48900(b). However, the Board orders the expulsion be suspended for one
calendar year through graduation or February 2010. A rehabilitation plan is on file at the District
Office.
Approved: March 3, 2009
Regular Meeting
February 25,2009
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Action: Rogge moved, Dunlop seconded, and motion carried 5-0 to accept the Administrative Panel's
recommendation and direct, effective immediately, that student liZ" be expelled from the
Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District for violation of Education Code Section(s)
48900(a)(2) and 48900(k). However, the Board orders the expulsion be suspended for one
calendar year through February 2010. A rehabilitation plan is on file at the District Office.
CHANGES TO THE AGENDA
Revisions to Resolution No. 029-08/09, Consent to Board Members for Leaves of Absence, and
Resolution No. 032-08/09, Specifying Criteria to be Used to Determine the Order of Termination of
Certificated Employees with Equal Seniority (Tiebreaker), were distributed.
RECOGNITIONS
Brenda Miller invited Tammy Rankin, Principal of Jackson Avenue Elementary School, forward to introduce
Clara Yen, an inspirational teacher and Choir Director. She motivates students to sing and play Orff
instruments and to perform for students, teachers, and parents. Ms. Yen was recognized for her dedication
and hard work.
Brenda Miller invited Candice Flint, Principal of Sunset Elementary School forward to salute parent
volunteers who organized and lead the school's Fun Runners Program. The program is supported by PTA
and last year students ran a total of 20,388 miles. Their goal for this year is to walk the equivalent of going
around the world. Ms. Flint thanked Rebecca Kohlmoos, who serves as coordinator, and all parent
volunteers for their outstanding job of promoting health and fitness at Sunset.
Dr. William Dunlop invited Livermore High School's Women's Cross Country Coach, Eddie Salazar, to
introduce some of the team members and to highlight their excellent performances this year. The girls ran
in the State competition held in Sacramento last November and placed 5th in the entire State. Coach
Salazar and the team received a round of applause for their accomplishments.
STUDENT BOARD REPORTS
Kathryn Rambo, LHS, reported on winter sports and various teams participating in North Coast Section
playoffs. She also updated the audience on the schools spring play, a rally, the Seniors Help Seniors
Program, and a canned food drive.
CONSENT ITEMS
Consent Agenda
Action: Dunlop moved, Gary seconded, and motion carried 5-0 to approve items V-A-1 and V-A-3
through V-A-6. Items included approval of minutes, resignations/retirements, coaches,
consultants, and purchase order summary report.
Public Comment None
Approved: March 3, 2009
Regular Meeting
February 25, 2009
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Action:
White moved, Gary seconded, and motion carried 5-0 to approve item V-A-2, Approval of
Minutes of the Special Board Meeting of February 5, 2009.
Public Comment: None
Resolutions
Action:
White moved, Dunlop seconded, and motion carried by a roll call vote.
Resolution No. 029-08/09, Consent to Board Members for Leaves of Absence
Ayes:
Gary, White, Runyon, and Dunlop
Noes: None Abstain: Rogge Absent: None
Public Comment: None
Action:
Gary moved, White seconded, and motion carried by a roll call vote.
Resolution No. 030-08/09, Authorization to Sell Surplus Property
Ayes:
Gary, White, Runyon, Rogge, and Dunlop
Noes: None Abstain: None Absent: None
Public Comment: None
INFORMATION/DISCUSSION ITEMS
Budget Update
Presenter: Susan Kinder, Executive Director of Fiscal Services
Public Comment: None
Community Budget Forums
Presenter: Brenda Miller, Superintendent
Public Comment: None
PUBLIC HEARING: Updating the District's Deferred Maintenance Five-Year Plan
Presenter: Mike Nagel, Executive Director of Maintenance and Operations
Public Comment: None
Approved: March 3, 2009
Regular Meeting
February 25,2009
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DISCUSSION/ACTION ITEMS
Reduction and Elimination of Particular Kinds of Service for the 2009/2010 School Year
Presenter: Mike Martinez, Assistant Superintendent of Administrative Services
Public Comment: Anna Stanley
Action:
Rogge moved, White seconded, and motion carried by a roll call vote.
Resolution No. 031-o8/09B, Reduction and Elimination of Particular Kinds of Service for the
2009/2010 School Year
Ayes:
Dunlop, Rogge, Runyon, Gary, and White
Noes: None Abstain: None Absent: None
Specifying Criteria to be used to Determine the Order of Termination of Certificated Employees with Equal
Seniority (Tiebreaker)
Presenter: Mike Martinez, Assistant Superintendent of Administrative Services
Public Comment: None
Action: White moved, Gary seconded, and motion carried by a roll call vote.
Resolution No. 032-08/09, Specifying Criteria to be Used to Determine the Order of Termination
of Certificated Employees with Equal Seniority (Tiebreaker)
Ayes:
Gary, White, Runyon, Rogge, and Dunlop
Noes: None Abstain: None Absent: None
Approval of 9-12 New and Revised Course Descriptions
Presenter: Cindy Alba, Executive Director of Curriculum and Special Projects
Public Comment: None
Action:
White moved, Dunlop seconded, and motion passed 5-0 to approve the 9-12 Revised Course
Descriptions, Computer Graphics, The California Environment, and Multimedia
Board Policies - Series 4000,5000, and 6000
Presenter: Kelly Bowers, Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services
Public Comment: None
Action:
Dunlop moved, Rogge seconded, and motion passed 5-0 to approve proposed Board
Policies and Regulations from series 4000,5000, and 6000.
Approved: March 3, 2009
Regular Meeting
February 25, 2009
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Election of Representatives to the California School Boards Association (CSBA) Delegate Assembly
Presenter: Anne White, Trustee
Public Comment: None
Action:
Dunlop moved, White seconded, and motion passed 5-0 to complete the ballot by motion,
voting for Jennifer Henry, Sarah Gonzales, Nancy Riddle, and Nancy Thomas as delegates to
the California School Boards Association.
EMPLOYEE ASSOCIATIONS
Shelly Fields Tejeda, LEA, stated the Association's sincere appreciation for staff's long hours of preparation
for the community budget forums and for preparing people for what is to come, She thanked teachers for
attending and she thanked parents and the community for their support for classroom teachers. Mrs. Fields
Tejeda suggested people support LVEF, their school's PTA, and child's classroom. She encouraged people
to contact their legislators. The California Teachers Association (CTA) has links to everything needed in
order to contact government officials in the "Government Action" section on their website, www.CTA.org.
COMMUNICATIONS FROM THE PUBLIC
Audience
Ron Cortez, spoke of the importance in continuing to highlight our public education. Knowing that people
want a choice in their child's education and that they may no longer be able to afford private schools, we
need to continue with plans for a K-8 school so parents have choice within our own District.
Genevieve Getman Sowa, attended the Community Budget Forum at Christensen Middle School. It was
important to her to express concerns for the importance of retaining nursing staff at our schools sites. She
wanted to be the voice for all children with special needs.
Vicki Schellenberger, LVEF, reported on the completion of their latest mini-grant program. They delivered
nearly $1,500 in checks to staff around the District. She thanked Board Members for their pleas for people
to come out and volunteer. People may visit the Foundation's website at, www.lvef.org for further
information and meeting times.
Correspondence
Sheila Jordan; Superintendent of Alameda County Schools, sent a letter representing a report to the
Disb'ict's Governing Board regarding the First Interim Financial Report of the District. She stated she is
satisfied the report reflects the fiscal status of the District and concurs with the District's positive
certification. Ms. Jordan acknowledged the District's steps to implement reductions in order to maintain its
fiscal health. She cautioned the District regarding the likelihood of mid-year cuts and the need to establish
reserves and monitor cash flow. Susan Kinder was thanked for her cooperation and assistance during the
review process.
Approved: March 3, 2009
Regular Meeting
February 25, 2009
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BOARD MEMBER REPORTS AND REQUESTS
Dunlop received letters from students who are concerned about the length of their lunch period. He
received a call from a parent regarding the ability to opt out of the freshman FIT class. Dr. Dunlop
introduced the subject of a summer orchestra, partially funded by mini-grants from the Rotary Club, and will
bring back further information as it becomes available.
Rogge attended East Avenue Middle School's Career Day, as well as Arroyo Seco Elementary School's
Diversity Week Celebration. Both schools did a wonderful job and he was very impressed. Mr. Rogge had
the pleasure of introducing the topic of the day at the Science On Saturday program held at the Bankhead
Theater. Due to such high demand, an additional hour of the program is now being offered. Mr. Rogge
thanked the LLNL for the awesome program. He also attended some of the Community Budget Forums
and was pleased with the enthusiasm of parents and their wonderful ideas.
White also attended Arroyo Seco Elementary School's Diversity Week Celebration. She thanked District
Office staff for collecting information on Class Size Reduction (CSR). Mrs. White spoke of a presentation,
given at a Tri-Valley Educational Collaborative (TEG) meeting, from the Director of the Tri-Valley One-Stop
Career Center. She also had praise for the students who represented Livermore schools in the Livermore­
Amador Valley Symphony.
Gary has three meetings this month for Regional Occupational Program (ROP) where one main topic will
be bUdget issues. Mr. Gary has been spending Friday mornings with Mr. Rogge and Superintendent Miller
familiarizing himself with the workings of all the departments within the District Office.
Runyon reminded the audience of the difference between categorical dollars and general fund dollars and
the fact that funds cannot spent in cross-categories. For example, facilities funds cannot be used for
general fund expenditures. Mrs. Runyon is tremendously appreciative of the turnout at the Community
Budget Forums.
SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT
Ms. Miller discussed the budget forums and pointed out forum documents and questions are available on
the District's website, http://lvusd.ca.schoolloop.com. Also on the website are addresses for our Legislators
as well as sample letters. Ms. Miller will be visiting East Avenue Middle School for its visit from the
Distinguished School Site Committee. It is wonderful to see the school's staff, parents, and students
recognized for their efforts in student achievement and improvements to culture and climate.
ADJOURNMENT
There being no further business before the Board, the meeting was adjourned at 10:10 P.M.
Respectfully submitted
4y
Board President
Approved: March 3, 2009
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Anne White·
Board Clerk
Regular Meeting
February 25, 2009
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V.
CONSENT ITEMS
A.
Motions
1.
Approval of Minutes of the Regular Board Meeting of February 3, 2009
BACKGROUND:
Board Policy #9324, Minutes and Recording, states that, "The secretary of the Board of Education shall
keep minutes and record all official Board acUons. Copies of the minutes of each regular or special meeting
shall be distributed to all Board members with the agenda for the next regular meeting." Education Code
35163, Official AcUons, minutes, and journals, states that, "Every official action taken by the governing
board of every school dish'ict shall be affirmed by a formal vote of the members of the board, and the
governing board of every school district shall keep minutes of its meetings, and shall maintain a journal of
its proceedings in which shall be recorded every official act taken.
STATUS:
Minutes of the Regular Board Meeting of February 3, 2009 are complete. Having complied with Education
Code 35163, Official Actions, minutes, and journals, and Board Policy #9324, the attached meeting
minutes are presented to the Board for approval.
FISCAL IMPACT:
Not applicable.
TIME FACTOR:
Ongoing.
SUPERINTENDENT'S RECOMMENDATION:
Approve the minutes the Regular Board Meeting of February 3, 2009
V-A-1.1
02/25/09
LIVERMORE VALLEY JOINT UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
BOARD OF EDUCATION
MINUTES
REGULAR MEETING
TUESDAY, February 3,2009,6:15 P.M.
CALL TO ORDER
The meeting was called to order by President Kate Runyon, with members William Dunlop, Stewart Gary,
Chuck Rogge, and Board Clerk Anne White present.
The Board adjourned to closed session.
CLOSED SESSION
The Board met in closed session pursuant to Education Code Section 48918(c) regarding two expulsion
hearings; pursuant to Government Code Section 54957 regarding public employee
discipline/dismissallreleaseneave, public employee employment, and public employee performance
evaluation; pursuant to Government Code Sections 54956.9(b)(1) and 54956.9(c)regarding conference with
legal counsel, pending litigation; pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9 regarding liability claims.
Staff in attendance included Brenda Miller, Superintendent; Mike Martinez, Assistant Superintendent; Kelly
Bowers, Assistant Superintendent; Yolonda Holmes, Executive Director; Floyd Wilson, Executive Director;
Bob See, Executive Director; and Bob Thurbon, Legal Counsel.
RECONVENE IN OPEN SESSION
The Board reconvened in open session with Margaret Gehlert, Superintendent's Secretary, in attendance.
No action was taken in closed session.
In open session:
Action: White moved, Dunlop seconded, and motion carried 5-0 to accept the Administrative Panel's
recommendation and direct, effective immediately, that Student"r be expelled from the
Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District for violation of Education Code Section(s)
48915(c)(3), 48915(a)(3), 48900(c), and 48900(k). A rehabilitation plan is on file at the District
Office.
Action: Gary moved, Dunlop seconded, and motion carried 5-0 to accept the Administrative Panel's
recommendation and direct, effective immediately, that student "un be expelled from the
Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District for violation of Education Code Section(s) 48900(i)
and 48900(k). A rehabilitation plan is on file at the District Office.
.Approved:
V-A-1.2
Regular Meeting
February 3,2009
02/25/09
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APPROVAL OF MINUTES
Action:
Gary moved. White seconded, and motion carried 5-0 to approve the corrected Revised
Board Minutes of the Regular Board Meeting of January 27,2009, and the Board Minutes of the
Special Board Meeting of January 29, 2009.
CHANGES TO THE AGENDA
Minutes for the Special Board Meeting of January 29, 2009, and revised minutes for the Regular Board
Meeting of January 27,2009, reflecting the addition of a Student Board Member Report, were distributed. A
revised report for Item X-A, Proposal for Community Budget Forums, was resubmitted to reflect the missing
third page.A revised cover sheet for Item XI-A, Board Policies - Series 4000,5000 and 6000, reflecting a
change in the Superintendent's recommendation, was distributed.
RECOGNITIONS
Brenda Miller invited Shari Johnston, Principal of Leo R. Croce Elementary School forward to introdLice
members of the school's PTA {Parent Teacher Association) Executive Board. Monica Baucke, Francine
Laronde, Dawna Dougherty, Danielle Sands, Dal1ene Clendenen, Lori Sevilla, Elise Allen, Krista
Tiedemann, and Jeannine Allen are instrumental in providing supplemental services for students with time
and money. The PTA also provides social events for students, parents, and staff. In this time of fiscal crisis
and uncertainty, the PTA Executive Board pledged their support for whatever they can do to help the
school.
EMPLOYEE ASSOCIATIONS
Kathleen Reardon, LEA, offered assistance in retyping the newly settled contract.
COMMUNICATIONS FROM THE PUBLIC
Audience
None.
Correspondence
None.
STUDENT BOARD REPORTS
None.
Approved:
V-A-1.3
02/25/09
Regular Meeting
February 3, 2009
2
BOARD MEMBER REPORTS AND REQUESTS
Dunlop continues to support the MATHCOUNTS® program at our middle schools.
Rogge visited Granada High School and sawall the wonderful things they are doing and he enjoyed Croce
Elementary School's flag football event. Mr. Rogge attended Science on Saturday and was very impressed
by the turnout and how many involved students were in attendance.
White also attended Science on Saturday and was thrilled with the turnout of over 1,100 participants.
Gary went to an Intergovernmental Meeting with Mr. Rogge where the budget crisis was discussed. Mr.
Gary received information on the effect the State's budget plans will have on local governments.
Runyon attended a Tri-Valley SELPA meeting and a CSBA Masters in Governance training session. She
would like to recommend two books depicting the payoff for hard work: Outliers: The Story of Success, by
Malcolm Gladwell and Talent Is Overrated: What Really Separates World-Class Performers from
Everybody Else, by Geoff Colvin.
SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT
Ms. Miller enjoyed many Diversity Week activities at East Avenue Middle School. She reported on the
District's Spelling Bee. Ms. Miller will join fellow Superintendents tomorrow morning for a press conference
on the budget crisis. Friday's Leadership Team meeting will focus on goals, student achievement, and
budget issues.
INFORMATIONIDISCUSSION ITEMS
Proposal for Community Budget Forums
Presenter: Brenda Miller, Superintendent
Public Comment: None
DISCUSSION/ACTION ITEMS
Board Policies - Series 4000,5000. and 6000
Presenter: Kelly Bowers, Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services
Public Comment: None
Action:
Approved:
Gary moved, Dunlop seconded, and motion passed 5-0 to approve the second reading and·
third posting of Board Policies and Regulations series 4000,5000, and 6000.
V-A-1.4
02/25/09
Regular Meeting
February 3, 2009
3
CONSENT ITEMS
Consent Agenda
Action: White moved, Dunlop seconded, and motion carried 5-0 to approve items XII-A-1 through
XII-A-8. Items included resignationslretirements, leaves, coaches, employment, consultant, bill
and salary warrants, acceptance of claim, and Williams Uniform Complaint Procedures Quarterly
District Report.
Public Comment: None
Resolutions
Action: Dunlop moved, Gary seconded, and motion carried by a roll call vote.
Resolution No. 027-08/09, Authorizing the Revision of the Date of Observance of Lincoln Day
Holiday
.
Resolution No. 028-08/09, Approval of Behavioral Intervention Plans (Hughes Bill) Mandated
Cost Claim SetUement and Agreement to Waiver Future Claims
Ayes:
Dunlop, Rogge, Runyon, Gary, and White
Noes: None Abstain: None Absent: None
Public Comment: None
ADJOURNMENT
The Board adjourned to Closed Session at 8:26 P.M.
The Board reconvened in open session with Margaret Gehlert, Superintendent's Secretary, in
attendance~
No action was taken in closed session.
There being no further business before the Board, the meeting was adjourned at 8:37 P.M.
RespectfUlly submitted
Kate Runyon
Board President
Approved:
Anne White
Board Clerk
V-A-1.5
02/25/09
Regular Meeting
February 3, 2009
4
V.
CONSENT ITEMS
A.
Motions
2.
Approval of Minutes of the Special Board Meeting of February 5, 2009
BACKGROUND:
Board Policy #9324, Minutes and Recording, states that, "The secretary of the Board of Education shall
keep minutes and record all official Board actions. Copies of the minutes of each regular or special meeting
shall be distributed to all Board members with the agenda for the next regular meeting." Education Code
35163, Official Actions, minutes, and journals, states that, "Every official action taken by the governing
board of every school district shall be affirmed by a formal vote of the members of the board, and the
governing board of every school district shall keep minutes of its meetings, and shall maintain ajournal of
its proceedings in which shall be recorded every official act taken.
STATUS:
. Minutes of the Special Board Meeting of February 5, 2009 are complete. Having complied with Education
Code 35163, Official Actions, minutes, and journals, and Board Policy #9324, the attached meeting
minutes are presented to the Board for approval.
FISCAL IMPACT:
Not applicable.
TIME FACTOR:
Ongoing.
SUPERINTENDENT'S RECOMMENDATION:
Approve the minutes the Special Board Meeting of February 5,2009
V-A-2.1
02/25/09
LIVERMORE VALLEY JOINT UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
BOARD OF EDUCATION
MINUTES
SPECIAL MEETING
THURSDAY, February 5,2009,10:00 A.M.
CALL TO ORDER
. The meeting was called to order by President, Kate Runyon, with Anne White, Clerk, and members Stewart
Gary and Chuck Rogge present. Board Member Dunlop was absent.
OPEN SESSION
STUDY SESSION - Board and Superintendent Protocol Workshop
Renee Townsend facilitated a workshop on building a strong partnership between the Board and the
Superintendent.
. Public Comment: None
ADJOURNMENT
There being no further business before the Board, the meeting was adjourned at 2:00 P.M.
Respectfully submitted
Kate Runyon
Board President
Approved:
Anne E. White
Board Cieri<
V-A-2.2
02/25/09
Special Meeting
February 5, 2009
1
V.
CONSENT ITEMS
A.
Motions
3.
Confirmation of Resignations/Retirements
BACKGROUND:
Staff has formally accepted the resignations and/or retirements from employees on the attached list as
authorized by Education Code Section 44930. These names are being presented for confirmation.
STATUS:
The vacancies created by the list of resignationslretirements will be filled only with the Superintendent's
approval.
FISCAL IMPACT:
Not applicable.
TIME FACTOR:
As indicated on the attached list of resignationslretirements.
SUPERINTENDENT'S RECOMMENDATION:
Confirm the attached list of resignationslretirements.
V-A-3.1
02/25/09
RESIGNATIONS
CERTIFICATED 2008/2009
1.
Sally Greenfield, Teacher, retirement, Option 1, effective June 12, 2009
2.
Cesar Ramil, Teacher, retirement, Option 1, effective June 12, 2009
3.
Darcie Boddington, Teacher, resignation, effective June 12, 2009
CLASSIFIED 2008/2009
4.
. 5.
William Spragge, Technology Specialist, resignation, effective February 23, 2009
Marilyn Johnson, Instructional Technician, resignation, effective February 17,2009
V-A-3.2
02/25/09
V.
CONSENT ITEMS
A.
Motions
4.
Approval of Employment of Extracurricular Coaches, 2008/09
BACKGROUND:
As a result of retirements and resignations, extracurricular coaches need to be hired.
STATUS:
The individuals on the attached list have been recommended for employment as indicated.
FISCAL IMPACT:
Positions are part of the Disb-ict's authorized staffing.
TIME FACTOR:
Employment is for the 2008-09 school year.
SUPERINTENDENT'S RECOMMENDATION:
Approve the attached list of extracurricular coaches.
V-A-4.1
02/25/09
EMPLOYMENT - EXTRACURRICULAR COACHES
1.
Ken DiScala, Head Middle School Wrestling Coach
2.
Bill Keller, Head Varsity Softball Coach
3.
Pete Aguayo, Head Varsity Softball Coach
4.
Yvonne Cheng, Head Varsity Girls Lacrosse Coach
5.
~'im
6.
Renee Haugen, Head Track Coach
7.
Tim Vierra, Head Varsity Boys Volleyball Coach
8.
Roger Hauk, Head JV Boys Volleyball Coach
9.
Kenny McCarrell, Head JV Baseball Coach
10.
Eric Dillard,Assistant Varsity Baseball Coach
11.
Jeff Hollar, JV Baseball Coach
.12.
Fran Dillard, Head Varsity Softball Coach
13.
Bill Miller, Head JV Softball Coach
14.
Jeannette Thralls, Diving Coach
15.
Nora Hart, JV Boys Tennis Coach
16.
Brad Morisoli, Head Varsity Track Coach
17.
Noel Mattern, Assistant Varsity Track Coach
18.
Erika Schmidt, Assistant Varsity Track Coach
19.
Michelle Doggett, Assistant Varsity Track Coach
20.
Dean Williams, Assistant Varsity Track Coach.
21.
Dave Cauthen, Assistant Varsity Track Coach
22.
Shawn Trask, 6th Grade Girls Basketball Coach
Sartori, Head Varsity Swimming Coach
V-A-4.2
02125/09
23.
Maureen Lucivero, 7th Grade Girls Basketball Coach
24.
Lori McBride, 7th Grade Girls Basketball Coach.
25.
Kristi Rogers, Middle School Girls Volleyball Coach
26.
Mike Nagel, Middle School Wrestling Coach
27.
Matt Robles, Head Boys Golf Coach
28.
Julian Avilla, Varsity Swimming Coach
29.
Joe Cook, Middle School Wrestling Coach
30.
Javier Lopez, Head Middle School Wrestling Coach
V-A-4.3
02/25/09
V.
CONSENT ITEMS
A.
Motions
5.
Approval of Employment of Consultants
BACKGROUND:
There are times when the District must provide special services that cannot be provided by current
employees. The Board has a policy by which it can approve the hiring of consultants. Having complied
with Board Policy #4002, the consultant service agreements on the attached list are presented to the Board
for approval.
STATUS:
Consultants will submit invoices when services are completed.
FISCAL IMPACT:
The cost of services and accounts to be charged are listed on the attached list of consultants.
TIME FACTOR:
One time workshops and/or presentations.
SUPERINTENDENT'S RECOMMENDATION:
Approve the attached list of consultant service agreements.
V-A-5.1
02/25/09
CONSULTANTS
1.
Contract for services with Gary Rogers for Mature Driver Class.
Budget: Adult Education -$319.00
2.
Contract for services with Renee March for Techniques of Clay Building Class.
Budget: Sunset Elementary School- $140.00
3.
Contract for services with J E School Consulting for Preparation of the Eligibility Documents for
New Construction Update and Modernization and other Facility Planning Services;
BUdget: Facilities - $41,875.00
4.
Contract for services with Luis Gomez for Hoop Dancing Classes.
Budget: Indian Center - $600.00
5.
Contract for services with Susie Robinson for Parenting Classes.
Budget: Michell Elementary School- $625.00
6.
Contract for services with Jim Johnson for Beadwork Classes.
Budget: Indian Center - $600.00
7.
Contract for services with Dana LaGrutta for Outdoor Dutch Oven Cooking Classes.
Budget: Adult Education - $945.00
8.
Contract for services with Steve Kritzer for Folk Guitar Classes.
Budget: Adult Education - $504.00
9.
Contract for services with Electra Gentry-Goodwin for Overcoming Obstacles 101 Classes.
Budget: Adult Education - $261.00
10.
Contract for services with Sydney Shepperd for Brain Gym for Seniors and Cool School Moves
Classes.
Budget: Adult Education - $550.00
11.
Contract for services with Sheree Zink for Feng Shui Classes.
Budget: Adult Education- $422.40
V-A-5.2
02/25/09
12.
Contract for services with Mark Drevno for Job Search & Career Coach Classes.
Budget: Adult Education - $174.00
13.
Contract for services with Dennis DeSilva for Creative Photography Classes.
Budget: Adult Education - $1,350.00
14.
Contract for services with Jennifer Dayrell for Boost Your Energy Classes.
Budget: Adult Education - $150.00
15.
Contract for services with Richard Cimino for Birdwatching Classes.
Budget: Adult Education - $600.00
16.
Contract for services with Gwen Chong for Crocheting Classes.
Budget: Adult Education - $261.00
17.
Contract for services with Trish Bell for Voice Overs Classes.
Budget: Adult Education - $952.20
18.
Contract for services with Sharon Lanham for Art Classes.
Budget: Adult Education - $1,827.00
19.
Contractfor services with Jill Mattesich-Udoutch for Meditation Classes.
Budget: Adult Education - $675.00
20.
Contract for services with Gayle Nelson for Art Classes.
Budget: Adult Education - $783.00
21.
Contract for services with Renee McGann for Dog Obedience Classes.
Budget: Adult Education - $3,264.00
22.
Contract for services with Ted da Roza for Vocal Director and Sound Recordings.
Budget: Livermore High School - $100.00
23.
Contract for services with Robert Greggrass for Native American Storytelling. '
Budget: Indian Center - $500.00
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CONSENT ITEMS
. A.
Motions
6.
Approval of Purchase Order Summary Report
BACKGROUND:
In accordance with Board Policy #3001, which requires the establishment and maintenance of sound
. business practices, it has been the practice of the District to present to the Board of Education for approval
the purchase orders generated each month.
STATUS:
Attached is the Purchase Order Summary Report that details the purchase orders issued by the District
. during the period January 1, 2009 through January 31, 2009.
FISCAL IMPACT:
None.
TIME FACTOR:
The purchase orders attached are for the above-mentioned period.
SUPERINTENDENT'S RECOMMENDATION:
Approve the purchase order summary report for the period January 1, 2009 through January 31, 2009.
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PURCHASE ORDER DESCRIPTIVE SUMMARY
AMOUNT,
PO#
VENDOR NAME
REQUESTED BY
OBJECT DESCRIPTION
903411
BUREAU OF EDUC AND RESEARCH INC
AN[CH/SPEC[AL ED
Travel & Conferences
0 I10512009
199.00
903412
POSTMASTER
RIOSIMA[L POSTAGE
Postage
01105/2009
180.00
1,382.86
DATE
903413
BAYSHORE METALS INC
WURTZERIGHS
Materials & Supplies
0 [/05/2009
903414
AMAZON.COM CORPORATE CREDIT
SWARTZIGHS
Materials & Supplies
01/05/2009
325.39
903415
MAX[M HEALTHCARE SERVICES INC
AN[CWSPEC[AL ED
NonPublic Agency
01/0612009
32,175.00
Legal Expense
0 [106/2009
156.86
903416
ERSEPKE, BRADLEY
CHRISTENSENIPORTIFAC
9034[7
NATL FRENCH CONTEST
ZEIEAST
Materials & Supplies
01/06/2009
189.00
903418
STAFF DEVELOPMENT FOR EDUC
UNGERIALTAMONT CRK
Travel & Conferences
01/06/2009
987.00
903419
ACSNASSOC CALIF SCHOOL ADMIN
VANBUSK[RKlHR
Dues & Memberships
01/0612009
1,136.37
903420
HANDWRITING WITHOUT TEARS INC
SWANSONIRANCHO
Materials & Supplies
01/06/2009
35.63
903421
READ NATURALL Y
SWANSONIRANCHO
Materials & Supplies
0 [10612009
64.13
903422
FOLLETT LIBRARY RESOURCES
MINTON/SMITH
Materials & Supplies
01/06/2009
702.27
903423
CAROLINA B[OLOGICAL SUPPLY CO
TATE/GHS
Materials & Supplies
0[/06/2009
919.72
903424
BIO-RAD LABORATORIES
TATE/GHS
Materials & Supplies
01/06/2009
123.97
903425
BORDERS GROUP INC
BLAKEIGHS
Materials & Supplies
01/06/2009
80.00
903426
HEATHS WELDING SUPPLY INC
WURTZERIGHS
Materials & Supplies
01/06/2009
500.00
903427
PAXTONIPATTERSON
DANNERIGHS
Materials & Supplies
01/06/2009
104.44
903428
CAMINO PRESS
GEHLERT/SUPT OFF
Materials & Supplies
01/06/2009
150.00
903429
HOUGHTON MIFFLIN
ALBNCURRIGATE
Materials & Supplies
01/06/2009
92.03
903430
ETS
SALAMANCNCURR
Contracted Services
0 I10612009
6,060.00
903431
OFFICE DEPOT
ANICH/SPEC ED
Materials & Supplies
01/06/2009
23.45
903432
NORTH COAST SECTION
ROBISON/GHS
Dues & Memberships
01/06/2009
2,748.40
903433
AMERICAN RED CROSS
SANCHEZlHEALTH SERV
Materials & Supplies
01/06/2009
72.00
903434
AMERICAN RED CROSS
SANCHEZlHEALTH SERV
Materials & Supplies
01/06/2009
80.00
903435
PLEASANTON PARTY RENTALS INC
SALAMANCNCURR
Rentals '
0 I10612009
693.58
903436
FAX DOCTOR, THE
VANBUSKIRKlHR
Repairs & Improvements
01/06/2009
369.69
903437
NOR CAL MOVING SERVICES
LUECKFELD/GHSIFACIL
Other Construction
01/06/2009
969.80
903438
OFFICE DEPOT
BURNS/CROCE
Materials & Supplies
01/06/2009
11.72
903439
OFFICE DEPOT
SALAMANCNCURR
Materials & Supplies
01/0612009
54.39
903440
HARLAND TECHNOLOGY SERVICES
SALAMANCNCURR SPEC
Equipment Maint Agreemen
01/06/2009
68.51
903441
CALIF FIRE LIFE SAFETY SYSTEMS INC
NAGELIMAINT',
Repairs & Improvements
0110612009
1,358.06
903442
MATH SOLUTIONS PUBLICATIONS
CARLINGIMARYLIN
Materials & Supplies
903443
ORCHARD SUPPLY HARDWARE INC
MOORE/GHS
903444
COW GOVERNMENT INC
NAGELIMAINT
' 0 I10912009
122.19
Materials & Supplies
01/06/2009
150.00
Materials & Supplies
0 [/0612009
[ 12.52
Materials & Supplies
0[/06/2009
267.16
'Materials & Supplies
01/0612009
48.94
FARRANDIBELIEVES
Materials & Supplies
01/06/2009
316.94
DISCOUNT MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION
MUELLERIDEL VALLE
Materials & Supplies
01/06/2009
137.80 '
903449
EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES INC
HANNAH/DEL VALLE
Materials & Supplies
01/0612009
1,200.47
903450
HOUGHTON MIFFLIN
SALAMANCAIPORTOLNCU
Textbooks
0[/06/2009
4,149.14
SALAMANCNCURR
903445
SCHOLASTIC INC
YOUNG/SECO
903446
JENSEN WHOLESALE SPORTS
S[LVNGHSIFOOTBALL
903447
DELTA EDUCATION [NC
903448
903451
HOUGHTON MIFFLIN
Textbooks
01/06/2009
5,207.17
903452
AUTOMATIC FIRE ALARM ASSOCIATIOr-; NAGELIMAINT
Materials & Supplies
01106/2009
49.64
903453
TREE OF KNOWLEDGE EDUCATIONAL Sl NOVELLICURR
Contracted Services
01/06/2009
[,645.96 '
903454
COW GOVERNMENT INC
903455
SANTA CLARA COUNTY OFFICE EDUC
GUTHR[EIISS
Materials & Supplies
01106/2009
272.47
FONESIPORTOLNCURR
Travel & Conferences
0[/0712009
85.00
02/06/2009
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PURCHASE ORDER DESCRIPTIVE SUMMARY
PO#
VENDOR NAME
REQUESTED BY
OBJECT DESCRIPTION
903456
WENGER CORPORATION
HALSETH/JCTIMUSIC
Non-Capitalized Equipment
01/0712009
DATE
AMOUNT
6,009.16
903457
CMEA BAY SECTION
BOSTERIEAST
Contracted Services
01/0712009
70.00
903458
PROFESSIONAL TUTORS OF AMERICA
NOVELL/CURR
Contracted Services
01/0712009
4,937.88
822.98
903459
TOTAL EDUCATION SOLUTIONS
NOVELL/CURR
Contracted Services
01/07i2009
903460
OFFICIAIMAGING
NAGEiiMAINT
Materials & Supplies
01/0712009
6}.I1
903461
LESLlES POOL SUPPLIES INC
NAGEL/GHSIMAINT
Materials & Supplies
01/07/2009
113.89
8,055.17
903462
BLUE SKY SPORTS
WILLIS/GHSIBASEBALL
Materials & Supplies
01/07/2009
903463
LIVERMORE TROPHIES AND TEES
CHACIRA/GHSIBASKETBA
Materials & Supplies
01/07/2009
108.75
903464
PARKS EXPRESS
NISHIKAWAIJACKSON
Transportation Contracted
01/07/2009
220.00
01/0712009
205.00
903465
CMEA BAY SECTION
VAKHARIA/CMS
Contracted Services
903466
NORCAL SWIM SHOP
AVILLA/GHS/SWIMMING
Materials & Supplies
01/07/2009
500.00
903467
COSTCO
WHICHARD/GHS/GTENNIS
Materials & Supplies
01/07/2009
500.00
903468
BUILD YOUR OWN GARMENT
VAHKARIA/CMS
Materials & Supplies
01/07/2009
823.06
903469
BEST MUSICAL INSTRUMENT CO INC
HALSETH/JCTIMUSIC
Non-Capitalized Equipment
01/07/2009
2,490.38
903470
DAYAK'S DEN SOCCER
RAFFERTYILHS/SOCCER
Materials & Supplies
01/07/2009
1,004.23
903471
DEMARTINI, MIKE
MEJIA/JAMS
Contracted Services
01/0812009
60.00
903472
SOUTHWEST SCHOOL/OFFICE SUPPLY
RIOSISTORES
General Fund Stores
01/0812009
312.68
903473
OFFICE DEPOT
KALLATRAMANIMMS
Materials & Supplies
01/0812009
271.86
903474
OFFICE DEPOT.
PRIOR/CROCE
Materials & Supplies
01/0812009
17.95
903475
CLARK, JERMArNE
MEJIA/JAMS
Contracted Services
01/0812009
60.00
903476
NORCAL SWIM SHOP
AVILLA/GHS/SWIMMING
Materials & Supplies
01/0812009
208.00
903477
BUREAU OF EDUC AND RESEARCH INC
EDMONDSISPEC ED
Materials & Supplies
01/0812009
112.31
903478
LEARNING PROPS LLC
FONESIMARYLIN PRESCH
Materials & Supplies
01/08/2009
385.28
903479
CONTRA COSTA ATHLETICS ASSIGNOR
CONOVER/GHSIFOOTBALL
Contracted Services
01/08/2009
204.00
903480
LIVERMORE TROPHIES AND TEES
KINGIMICHELLIPE
Materials & Supplies
01/0812009
556.91
903481
SLING IT LACROSSE
GORITZlGHSILACROSSE
Materials & Supplies
01/08/2009
3,409.31
903482
NASCO
RASER/GHS
Materials & Supplies
01/0812009
520.72
903483
PILLIOD, ALBERTA
MCCONNELL/STUDENT SE
Consultants
01/0812009
300.00
903484
MASON CREST PUBLISHERS
MONTEITH/CMS
Materials & Supplies
01/08/2009
376.49
903485
FOLLETT LIBRARY RESOURCES
MONTEITH/CMS
Materials & Supplies
01/08/2009
1,000.00
903486
WALMART COMMUNITY
RIOSISTORES
General Fund Stores
01/0812009
200.00
903487·
WORLD ALMANAC EDVCAnON
MONTEITH/CMS
Materials & Supplies
01/09/2009
571.68
903488
WORLD BOOK INC
MONTEITH/CMS
Materials & Supplies
01/0912009
945.04
903489
BEST MUSICAL INSTRUMENT CO INC
HALSETH/JAMS
Materials & Supplies
01/0912009
4,477.24
903490
GRAHAM, CAM
CHRISTENSENILHSIFACI
Other Construction
01/09/2009
12,600.00
PNH CONSTRUCTION
LUECKFELDILHSIFACIL
Other Construction
01/0912009
6,857.00
Materials & Supplies
01/09/2009
98.09
VANSCHAACKIGHS
Dues & Memberships
01/0912009
226.00
903494
COLLEGE BOARD ENTRANCE EXAMINK VANSCHAACKIGHS
Dues & Memberships
01/0912009
325,00
903495
YMCA CAMP ARROYO
NISHIKAWA/JACKSON
Contracted Services
01/0912009
8,265.00
903496
CLASSROOM DIRECT.COM
THOMPSONIJAMS
Materials & Supplies
01/0912009
70.96
903497
SOLUTION TREE INC
EHRLICHIMICHELL
Materials & Supplies
01/09/2009
651.91
01/0912009
394.05
903491
903492
903493
. PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT RESOUR SANCHEZlSPEC ED
NATL ASSOC OF SECONDARY
903498
MCGRAW HILL COMPANIES
MIURAIRANCHO
Materials & Supplies
903499
MISSION SAN JUAN BAVTlSTA
CALDERA/SUNSET
Contracted Services
01/0912009
25.00
903500
MEADOWLARK DRIVE-IN DAIRY
VESTISUNSET
Materials & Supplies
01/09/2009
1,500.00
02/06/2009·
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PURCHASE ORDER DESCRIPTIVE SUMMARY
POll
VENDOR NAME
REQUESTED BY
OBJECT DESCRIPTION
DATE
AMOUNT
903501
APPLE COMPUTERS INC
AVILLNLHS
Materials & Supplies
01/09/2009
212.06
903502
CAPTURE TECHNOLOGIES INC
VANBUSKIRKlHR
Materials & Supplies
01/09/2009
426.33
903503
TROXELL COMMUNICATIONS INC
BAIRDIMENDIMATH
Non-Capitalized Equipment
01/09/2009
592.69
903504
TROXELL COMMUNICATIONS INC
FINNIMEND/SCI
Non-Capitalized Equipment
01/0912009
2,113.02
903505
PILLIOD, ALBERTA
MCCONNELL/DO
903506
FITZPATRICK, PATRICK
Consultants
01/09/2009
300.00
. MCCONNELLISTUSVCS
Consultants
01/0912009
300.00
903507
FITZPATRICK, PATRICK
MCCONNELLISTUSVCS
Consultants
01/0912009
300.00
903508
OFFICE DEPOT
KAJlUAMNGHS
Materials & Supplies
01/09/2009
1,000.00
903509
NASCO
SOHOT NMEND/SCI
Non-Capitalized Equipment
01/0912009
504.94
903510
SEHI COMPUTER PRODUCTS INC
RIVERNDOIPAYROLL
Materials & Supplies
01/0912009
428.67
903511
AMAZON.COM CORPORATE CREDIT
SANCHEZIDO/SPED
Materials & Supplies
01/09/2009
26.55
903512
CITY OF PLEASANTON
BOYD/SUNIRMIO
Contracted Services
01/09/2009
101.00
903513
CAROLINA BIOLOGICAL SUPPLY CO
LOPEZIGHS
Materials & Supplies
01/09/2009
483.53
903514
OFFICE DEPOT.
SAENZIEAST
Materials & Supplies
01/0912009
191.81
903515 .
SARGENT WELCH
LOPEZIGHS/SCI
Materials & Supplies
01/09/2009
1,231.19
903516
FLINN SCIENTIFIC INC
mRIKIGHS/SCI
Materials & Supplies
01/0912009
3,661.57
903517
ASCD/ASSOC SUPV & CURR DEV
GEHLERTIDO
Dues & Memberships
01/0912009
219.00
903518
COLE SUPPLY CO INC
RIOS/STORES
General Fund Stores
01/09/2009
107.95
903519
OFFICE MAX CREDIT PLAN
STANGLIMEND/ART
Materials & Supplies
01/0912009
324.08
903520
OFFICE MAX CREDIT PLAN·
STANGLIMENDIART
Materials & Supplies
01/09/2009
1,461.33
903521
QUARTERMAN, FRED
MCCONNELLISTUDENT SE
Consultants
01/09/2009
300.00
903522
QUARTERMAN,FRED
MCCONNELLISTUDENTSE
Consultants
01/0912009
300.00
903523
SHEEP
MCNEALYILHS/AGDEPT
Materials & Supplies
01/09/2009
35.00
903524
BASICNECESSlTIES.ORG
FONES/CURR
Materials & Supplies
01/0912009
300.00
903525 .
CITY OF PLEASANTON
5TH GRADE/SMITH
Contracted Services
01/09/2009
740.00
903526
WILCO SUPPLY
NAGELILHSIMAINT
Materials & Supplies
01/09/2009
111.06
903527
CORIX WATER PRODUCTS INC
NAGELIGHSIMAINT
Materials & Supplies
01/09/2009
79.90
903528
RESPONSIVE COMMUNICATION SERVICI NAGELIJAMSIMAINT
Materials & Supplies
01/09/2009
959.71
903529
WORLDWIDE SIGNS
NAGELIPORTOLNMAINT
Materials & Supplies
01/0912009
59.81
903530
BEST UNIFORM RENTAL INC
NAGELIMAINT
Materials & Supplies
01/0912009
2,290.85
903531
CALIF THEATRE CENTER
LJOHNSON/JAMS
Contracted Services
01/09/2009
141.75
903532
ATOM APPLIANCE'
TURNERIGHS
Non-Capitalized Equipment
01/0912009
543.70·····
903533
ONE WORK PLACE L FERRARJ
LUECKFELDILHSIFACIL
Equipment Capital Outlay
0\/09/2009
7,865.00
903534
CALCO FENCE INC
.
. .
PLEASANTON STEEL & SUPPLY CO
LUECKFELDILHSIFACIL
Repairs & Improvements
01/0912009
2,077.00
CHRlSTENSENIFACIL
Repairs & Improvements
01/09/2009
1,713.33
903535
903536
OFFICE DEPOT
BRANDTIBUSINESS SER
Materials & Supplies
01/0912009
500.00
903537
FAX DOCTOR, THE
VANBUSKIRKlHR
Repairs & Improvements
01/09/2009
135.00
903538
CLAYPEOPLE
TABELIGHS
Materials & Supplies
01/09/2009
800.00
903539
EPSONSTORE.COM
ROBBINS/CMS
Materials & Supplies
01/09/2009
236.41
MOREHEADIPORTOLA
Materials & Supplies
01/09/2009
2,336.80
903541
MUSSON THEATRICAL INC
HOVEYILHS
Repairs & Improvements
01/09/2009
6,593.00
903542
NASCO
FERRUCCUCROCE
Materials & Supplies
01/0912009
576.72
903543
JOHNSTON INC, DON
HAMILTON/AL T CRK
Materials & Supplies
01/09/2009
177.04
903544
CCAR
DANNERIGHS
Materials & Supplies
01/0912009
199.00
903545
HEATHS WELDING SUPPLY INC
WURTZERIGHS
Materials.& Supplies .
01/09/2009
1,936.52
903540
.GREAT AMERICAN OPPORTUNITIES'
02/06/2009
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PURCHASE ORDER DESCRIPTIVE SUMMARY
PO#
VENDOR NAME
REQUESTED BY
OBJECT DESCRIPTION
903546
OFFICE DEPOT
DANNERlGHSfDRAFT
Materials & Supplies
01/09/2009
305.28
903547
OFFICE DEPOT
PASCUAL/CROCE
Materials & Supplies
01/09/2009
161.47
903548
OFFICE DEPOT
LOCKHART/CROCE
Materials & Supplies
. 01/09/2009
33.26
903549
VERNIER SOFTWARE.
LOPEZIGHS/SCI
Materials & Supplies.
01/09/2009
79.60
DATE
AMOUNT
903550
B10-RAD LABORATORIES
LOPEZIGHS/SCI
Materials & Supplies
01/09/2009
2,281.50
903551
OFFICE DEPOT
JOST/GHS
Materials & Supplies
01/12/2009
229.85
903552
STATE OF CALIFORNIA
CALDERA/SUNSET
Contracted Services
0111212009
60.00
Materials & Supplies
01112/2009
439.89
903553
HEINEMANN-RAINTREE
MONTEITH/CMS
903554
ABDO PUBLISHING CO
MONTEITH/CMS
Materials & Supplies
0111212009
210.61
903555
OFFICE DEPOT
AYOTIE/GHS
Materials & Supplies
01112/2009
21.99
903556
CDW GOVERNMENT INC
DECKINGERlCMS/CORE
Non-Capitalized Equipment
01112/2009
642.82
903557
DEMCO INC
PETERSONIPORTILIB
Materials & Supplies
01/12/2009
18.62
903558
SPORTIME
MORRIS/SECO
Materials & Supplies
01/15/2009
422.83
903559
BASIX, THE
CONOVERIGHSIWRESTING
Materials & Supplies
0111212009
547.50
903560
JOSEPHSON INSTITUTE OF ETHICS
SANCHEZIDO/SPED
Materials & Supplies
01/12/2009
515.46
'903561
CITY OF PLEASANTON
SMITHISUNIRM23
Contracted Services
01/12/2009
. 101.00
LEMEKISUNIRM27
Contracted Services
01/1212009
107.00
903562
CITY OF PLEASANTON
903563
CITY OF PLEASANTON
HENDRICKISUNIRM26
Contracted Services
01/12/2009
107.00
903564
CITY OF PLEASANTON
SHEPARDISUNIROOM 28
Contracted Services
01/12/2009 .
107.00
01/12/2009
632.16
903565
GENERAL BINDING CORP
SALAMANCA/CURSPEC
Equipment Maint Agreemen
903566
OFFICE DEPOT
STANGLIMEND/ART
Materials & Supplies
0111212009
144.81
903567
TREETOP PUBLISHING
ST ANGLIMENDIART
Materials & Supplies
01/12/2009
285.47
903568
TOSHIBA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS
MEJIA/JCT
Materials & Supplies
01/12/2009
474.36
903569
NASCO
STANGLIMEND/ART
Materials & Supplies
01112/2009·
2,300.00
903570
CDW GOVERNMENT INC
MOOREIGHS
Materials & Supplies
01/12/2009
2,793.03·
903571
ARROW RENTALS INC
LUECKFELDILHSIFAC
Other Construction
0 1/12/2009
244.69
903572
3 DAY BLINDS INC
SHIPLEYILHSIFAC
Non-Capitalized Equipment
01/12/2009
4,333.09
903573
BDR CONSTRUCTION
LUECKFELDILHSIFAC
Other Construction
. 0 1/12/2009
1,850.00
903574
STATE WATER RESRCS CONTRL BD
LUECKFELDILHSIFAC
Buildings&lmprovement of 01/12/2009
346.00
903575
DRISCOLL AND ASSOCIATES CLIENT TR WILSONIFAC
Sites & Improvement of Site 01/12/2009
29,767.85
903576
AMS.NET
LUECKFELDILHS/GHSIFA
Repairs & Improvements
0 II 12/2009
1,875.00
903577
CASBO
FULTONIHUMAN RES
Travel & Conferences
01/12/2009
165.00
903578
DRAMATIC PUBLISHING CO
HOVEYILHS
Contracted Services
01112/2009
390.00 .
903579
SAMUEL FRENCH INC
HOVEYILHS
Contracted Services
0 1/1212009
280.00
903580
CALCO FENCE INC
LUECKFELDILHSIFACIL
Other Construction
0 1/12/2009
8,932.00
903581
PLEASANTON STEEL & SUPPLY CO
LUECKFELD/JACKIFACIL
Repairs & Improvements
01/12/2009
2,464.95
903582
QUEST
SPALASSO/ADULT ED
Contracted Services
01/12/2009
291.92
903583
BASIX, THE
CONOVERIGHS
Materials & Supplies
01/12/2009
123.31
903584
BASIX, THE
CONOVERIGHS
Materials & Supplies
0111212009
385.03
903585
COMMUNITY RESOURCES
LINDBERG/SECO
Materials & Supplies
01/1212009
9,217.49
903586
SCHOLASTIC INC
SMITH/SUNSET
Materials & Supplies
01/1212009
13.00
903587·
BUREAU OF EDUC AND RESEARCH INC
GELLERMAN/SECO
Travel & Conferences
0 I112/2009
567.00
903588
NEW PLAYS INC
HOVEYILHS
Contracted Services
01115/2009
500.00
903589
RICOH AMERICAS CORP
MJESSEJALT CREEK
Non-Capitalized Equipment
01/12/2009
4,750.01
903590
LAS LOMAS SWIMMING
SARTORIILHS
Contracted Services
0 I112/2009
250.00
02/06/2009
Lori Eckardt
. V-A-£.5
02125/09
oI/O 112009 - 0113112009
LIVERMORE VALLEY JOINT UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
PURCHASE ORDER DESCRIPTIVE SUMMARY
PO#
VENDOR NAME
REQUESTED BY
OBJECf DESCRIPTION
903591
NIKON INC
COCHRANILHS
Repairs & Improvements
01/1212009
143.50
903592
LONG, JOE
KELLERfLHS
Contracted Services
01112/2009
135.00
903593
QUEEN OF THE MOUNTAIN SOFTBALL
KELLERfLHS
Contracted Services
0111212009
350.00
903594
PLAYERS PRESS INC
HOVEYILHS
Contracted Services
01/1212009
115.50
903595
General Fund Stores
01/1312009
45.02
DATE
AMOUNT
OFFICE DEPOT
RIOS/STORES
903596
BROOKVILLE WOOD PRODUCTS
SANTEROIMMS
Materials & Supplies
01/1312009
784.98
903597
OFFICE DEPOT
MELENDEZ/SMITH
Materials & Supplies
01/13/2009
61.65
Materials & Supplies
01/14/2009
154.43
903598
APPLE COMPUTERS INC
KINGIMICHELL
903599
SENECA CENTER
SANCHEz/SPEC ED
NonPublic School
01/14/2009
17,808.00
903600
PEARSON EDUCATION INC
KALRA/LHS
Materials & Supplies
01114/2009
168.33
903601
CHILDCRAFTEDUCATlON CORP
SMITH/SUNSET
Materials & Supplies
01114/2009
94.99
903602
DURAFLEX INTERNATIONAL CORP
SARTORIILHS
Materials & Supplies
01/14/2009
265.93
903603
RICOH AMERICAS CORPORATION
JESSfJALT CRK
Materials & Supplies
01/14/2009
465.45
903604
SOPRIS WEST INC
GALLARDO/JAMS
Materials & Supplies
01/1412009
2,171.73
903605
HOUGHTON MIFFLIN
SALAMANCAICURR SPEC
Contracted Services
01/14/2009
1,900.00
903606
APPLE COMPUTERS INC
LINDEMANNIRANCHO
Materials & Supplies
01114/2009
75.04
903607
APPLE COMPUTERS INC
LINDEMANNIRANCHO
Materials & Supplies
.0 I/ 14/2009
84.82
903608
AMERICAN MATHEMATICS COMPETlTlC YUI/CMS
Materials & Supplies
01114/2009
10.00
903609
MCGRAW HILL COMPANIES
DETATA/SECO
Materials & Supplies
01/14/2009
369.66
903610
HAMPTON-BROWN BOOKS
FONES/CURR SPEC
Materials & Supplies
01/14/2009
145.41
01/14/2009
462.97
903611
LIBRARY VIDEO COMPANY
NISHIKAWAlJACKSON
Materials & Supplies
903612
CALLOWAY HOUSE INC
RAMIREZ/SMITH
Materials & Supplies
01/14/2009
257.65
903613
HEARTHSONG
SANCHEZIMARYLIN/SPED
Materials & Supplies
01/14/2009
423.75
903614
PEPPER & SON INC, J W
VAKHARIA/CMSIMUSIC
Materials & Supplies
01/14/2009
158.62
903615
WHOLE WORKS, THE
HANNAHIDELVALLE
Contracted Services
01/1412009
52.00
903616
CHECKERS CATERING
SALAMANCAICURRSPEC
Materials & Supplies
01114/2009
3,859.11
903617
SELF HELP WAREHOUSE INC
MASON/SMITH/SPED
Materials & Supplies
01/14/2009
498.57
903618
WAXlE SANITARY SUPPLY
RIOS/STORES .
General Fund Stores
01114/2009
244.04
903619
OFFICE DEPOT.
SCUDDERIEAST
Materials & Supplies
01/14/2009
313.18
903620
MILLIGAN NEWS CO INC
SCHAFFNER/JCTILIB
Materials & Supplies
01/14/2009
506.67
903621
LAKESHORE LEARNING MATERIALS
·FERGUSONIMARYLIN
Materials & Supplies
01/1412009
170.46
903622
PHONAK INC
DEXHEIMER/SPEC ED
Materials & Supplies
01/1412009
21.74
903623
FOLLETT LIBRARY RESOURCES
SCHAFFNER/JCT/SCI
Materials & Supplies
01/15/2009
231.85
903624
SIERRA PACIFIC TOURS
CONOVER/GHS/SOCC
Transportation Contracted
01/15/2009
691.15.
,903625 .
SIERRA PACIFIC TOURS
CONOVER/GHSIWREST
Transportation Contracted
01/15/2009
716.71
903626
QUEEN OF THE MOUNTAIN SOFTBALL
DlLLARD/GHS/SFTBL
Contracted Services
01115/2009
350.00
903627
SOUTHWEST SCHOOL/OFFICE SUPPLY
RIOS/STORES
General Fund Stores
01115/2009
13,859.10
903628
CDWGOVERNMENT INC
SAENZIEASTITECH
Materials & Supplies
01/16/2009
302.89
903629
SOLUTION TREE EDUCATION CANADA [ SCUDDERIEAST/ADMIN
Maierials & Supplies
01/15/2009
14.77
903630
OFFICIAIMAGING
SAENZIEAST/OFFICE
Materials & Supplies
01/15/2009
500.00
903631
AMAZON.COM CORPORATE CREDIT
SCHAFFNER/JCTILIB
Materials & Supplies
01115/2009
25.68
903632
CALCO FENCE INC
NAGELIMAINT/SUN
Repairs & Improvements
01/(512009
3,760.00
903633
BAILEY FENCE CO INC
. NAGELIMAINT/SUN .
Repairs & Improvements
01/15/2009
4,192.00
903634
LAWSON PRODUCTS INC
NAGELIMAINT
Materials & Supplies
01/15/2009
62.57
903635
CALCO FENCE INC
NAGELIMAINT/SECO
Repairs & Improvements
01/15/2009
330.00
02/06/2009
Lori Eckardt
V-A~.6
02125109
01/0112009 - 0113112009
LIVERMORE VALLEY JOINT UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
PURCHASE ORDER DESCRIPTIVE SUMMARY
PO#
VENDOR NAME
REQUESTED BY
OBJECT DESCRIPTION
903636
GEARY PACIFIC CORP
NAGELIMAINTIPORT
Materials & Supplies
01/15/2009
131.41
903637
FIRE PROTECTION SPECIALISTS
NAGELIMAINT
Materials & Supplies
01/15/2009
32.52
903638
LANDPORT
NAGELIMAINT
Contracted Services
01/15/2009
1,770.00
903639
FLORENCE FILTER CORP
NAGELIMAINT
Materials & Supplies
01/15/2009
978.25
903640
MCKINLEY EQUIPMENT CORP
NAGELtMArNTNARIOUS
Contracted Services
01/15/2009
1,500.00
903641
JOHN DEERE LANDSCAPES
NAGELIMAINT/SUN
Materials & Supplies
·01/15/2009
378.56
903642
WARD CO, EDWARD B
NAGELIMAINTILHS
Materials & Supplies
01/15/2009
19.21
DATE
AMOUNT
903643
WARD CO, EDWARD B
NAGELIMAINTILHS
Materials & Supplies
01115/2009
76.96
903644
SOUND & SIGNAL INC
NAGELIMAINT
Materials & Supplies
01/15/2009
469.80
903645
BARNES & NOBLE
GATE/SMITH
Materials & Supplies
01/15/2009
171.79
903646
FISHER SCIENTIFIC
GlUSTI/GHS
MaterIals & Supplies
01/16/2009
1,130.21
903647
CDW GOVE:RNMENT INC
SMITH/CMS
Non-Capitalized Equipment
01/16/2009
642.82
903648
IRVINGTON HIGH SCHOOL
GARZA/LHS/G.BASKETBA
Contracted Services
01/16/2009
450.00
903649
ALL SPORTS SCHOOL
DILLARD/GHS/SOFTBALL
Materials & Supplies
01/16/2009
110.00
WJ
903650
MXWOAIALAMEDA CONTRA COSTA
CONOVERIGHS/WRESTLIN
Contracted Services
01/16/2009
2,612.00
903651
SAN RAMON VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL TOI CONOVERIGHS/WRESTLIN
Contracted Services
01/16/2009
230.00
903652
LACROSSE MONKEY
Materials & Supplies
01/16/2009
563.31
903653
SOLANO/ALAMEDA SECTION FFA
MCNEALYILHS/AG DEPT
Dues & Memberships
01/16/2009
100.00
903654
HERITAGE FESTIVALS
GAGNIER/LHS
Contracted Services
01116/2009
10,000.00
903655
PEPSI BOTTLING GROUP, THE
VIERRAILHS
Materials & Supplies
01/16/2009
429.34
GORITZlGHSIB.LACROSS
903656
INGRAM & BRAUNS MUSIK SHOPPE
WATSONIDOIMUSIC
Repairs & Improvements
01/16/2009
3,000.00
903657
SLiCART CUSTOM APPAREL
ANDERSONILHS/WRESTLI
Materials & Supplies
01/16/2009
1,399.62
903658
FOLLETT LIBRARY RESOURCES
COWGILLIEAST
Materials & Supplies
01/16/2009
496.26
903659
SOUTHWEST SCHOOL/OFFICE SUPPLY
RIOS/STORES
Stores
01/16/2009
5,791.89
903660
SPORTIME
MORRIS/SECO
Materials & Supplies
01/16/2009
1,112.10
903661
OFFICE DEPOT
NAGELIMAINT
Materials & Supplies
01/16/2009
69.57
903662
OFFICE DEPOT
TATEIGHS
Materials & Supplies
01/16/2009
105.69
903663
OFFICE DEPOT
HOLBROOK/SMITH
Materials & Supplies
01/16/2009
10.90
903664
BORDERS GROUP INC
GATE/SMITH
Materials & Supplies
01/16/2009
14.08
903665
PAGE, BARBARA
SALAMANCAICURR
Consultants
01/16/2009
3,000.00
903666
ROBINSON, SUSIE
GRIGORYIMICHELL
Consultants
01/1612009
125.00
903667
CALCO FENCE INC
LUECKFELDILHSIFACIL
Other Construction
01/16/2009
13,971.00
903668
RENTCO FENCE INC
LUECKFELDILHSIFACIL
Other Construction
01/16/2009
1,200.00
903669·
SAC INC
LUECKFELDILHSIFACIL
Other Construction
01/16/2009
2,272.03
903670
GRAHAM, CAM
LUECKFELDIFACIL
Repairs & Improvements
01/16/2009
1,320.00
903671
NOR CAL MOVING SERVICES
LUECKFELDILHSIFACIL
Other Construction
01/16/2009
34,819.09
903672
BDR CONSTRUCTION
LUECKFELDIPORTOLAIFA
Repairs & Improvements
01/16/2009
18,500.00
903673
BAY AREA NEWS GROUP
CHRISTENSENIFACIL
Advertising
01/16/2009
138.28
903674
DIVISION OF THE STATE ARCHITECT
LUECKFELD/SECOIFACIL
DSA fees
01/16/2009
212.27
903675
HARCOURT EDUCATIONAL MEASUREMI MINTON/SMITH
Materials & Supplies
01/16/2009
115.96
903676
CLEAN SWEEP SERVICES, INC
VANSCHAACK/GHS
Contracted Services
01/16/2009
2,605.00
903677
TANDY LEATHER FACTORY
BORST/JAMS
Materials & Supplies
01/16/2009
95.78
903678
CARTRIDGE WORLD LIVERMORE
LEWIS/JAMS
Materials & Supplies
01/16/2009
500.25
903679.
FIRE PROTECTION SPECIALISTS
NAGELIGHSIMAINT
Repairs & Improvements
01/16/2009
3,000.00
903680
PERMA.BOUND DIV OF HERTZBERG
PETERSON/CURR
Materials & Supplies
01/16/2009
129.30
02/06/2009 .
.Lori Eckardt
V-A.fJ.7
02125/09
01/01/2009 - 01/31/2009
LIVERMORE VALLEY JOINT UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
PURCHASE ORDER DESCRIPTIVE SUMMARY
AMOUNT
POll
VENDOR NAME
REQUESTED BY
903681
RENAISSANCE LEARNING INC
SLA VECIMMS
Materials & Supplies
01116/2009
219.38
903682
ALAMEDA CO OFFICE OF ED
RAMIREZIPORTffITLE 2
Travel & Conferences
0 I116/2009
630.00
903683
ALAMEDA CO OFFICE OF ED
DOTSONIPORTOLA/CURR
Travel & Conferences
01/16/2009
105.00
903684
CURRICULUM ASSOCIATES INC
FLINTISUNSET
Materials & Supplies
01/20/2009
3,462.16
903685
JONES SCHOOL SUPPLY CO INC
SALAMANCAIED SERV/CU
Materials & Supplies
01/20/2009
22.25
903686
CASBO NORTHERN SECTION
JOHNSONIBUS SERV
Travel & Conferences
01120/2009
25.00
903687
OFFICE DEPOT
MELENDEZ/SMITH
Materials & Supplies
01/20/2009
77.30
903688
STEELE SUPPLY CO
SECOIOFFICE
Materials & Supplies
01/20/2009
70.08
903689
SLICART CUSTOM APPAREL
WILLIS/GHSIBASEBALL
Materials & Supplies
01/20/2009
995.07
903690
BEST MUSICAL INSTRUMENT CO INC·
VAKHARIA/CMS
Materials & Supplies
0112012009
203.74
903691
WHEELSILAVTA
HANNAHIDEL VALLE
Transportation Contracted
01/20/2009
490.00
903692
TOMARK SPORTS INC
WILLIS/GHSIBASEBALL
Materials & Supplies
01/20/2009
87.97
903693
OFFICIAIMAGING
BURNS/CROCE
Materials & Supplies
01/20/2009
903694
ACE TUTORING SERVICES INC
NOVELLICURR SPEC
Contracted Services
01/2012009 •
903695
GOLDEN APPLE
SMITH/SUNSET
Materials & Supplies
01/20/2009
100.00
903696
LEADERSHIP & LEARNING CENTER
GALLARDOIJAMS
Contracted Services
01/20/2009
3,300.00
903697
TREETOP PUBLISHING
DOZIER/JACKSON
Materials & Supplies
01/21/2009
78.30
903698
TEACHER CREATED MATERIALS
LENIHAN/CMS
Materials & Supplies
01/21/2009
224.31
OBJECT DESCRIPTION
DATE
50.00
4,937.88
903699
S&S CUMMINS CORPORATION
BOWERSIWARNERIED SER
Contracted Services
01/2112009
3,250.00
903700
CASBONORTHERN SECTION
RlVERAIPAYROLL
Travel & Conferences
01/2112009
25.00
903701
BUDGETCAR& TRUCK RENTAL
MCNEALYILHSIFFA
Rentals
01122/2009
337.96
903702
MASTER TEACHER INC, THE
GALLARDO/JAMS
Materials & Supplies
0112212009
44.65
903703
WALMARTCOMMUNITY
SANCHEz/SPEC ED
Materials & Supplies
01/2212009
100.00
903704
LAKESHORE LEARNING MATERIALS
CAPORUSSO/CROCE
Materials & Supplies
01/22/2009
173.00
903705
AMERICAN RED CROSS
SANCHEZlHEALTH
Materials & Supplies
01/2212009
16.00
903706
KBC TOOLS & MACHINERY
WURTZER/GHS
Materials & Supplies
01/22/2009
103.32 .
903707
KBC TOOLS & MACHINERY
WURTZER/GHS
Materials & Supplies
01/22/2009
315.51
903708
ACCWOA/ALAMEDA CONTRA COSTA WI CONOVER/GHS
Contracted Services
01/22/2009
2,520.00
903709
HOUGHTON MIFFLIN HARCOURT
EADS/GHSILIB
Textbooks
01/2212009
83.60
903710
SOUTH-WESTERN
EADS/GHSILIB
Textbooks
01/22/2009
.72.44
903711
WOLF CAMERAIRlTZ INTERACTIVE INC
BAILEY/GHS
Repairs & Improvements
01/2212009
224.00
903712
ORIENTAL TRADING CO INC
SANCHEz/SPEC ED
Materials & Supplies
01122/2009
53.74
903713
TEAM POWER FORKLIFTSITRACTORS
NAGELIMAINT
Repairs & Improvements
0112212009
2,148.71
903714
LAB SAFETY SUPPLY INC
NAGELIMAINT
Materials & Supplies
01/2212009
134.19
903715 .
CRS
NAGELIMAINT
Materials & Supplies
01/2212009
1,174.07
903716
QUALITY BEHAVIORAL OUTCOMES
ANICH/SPEC ED
NonPublic Agency
01122/2009
9,850.00
903717
PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT RESOUR SANCHEz/SPEC ED
Materials & Supplies
01122/2009
98.18
903718
YMCA OF THE REDWOODS
BURNSICROCE
Contracted Services
01/2212009
20,517.00
903719
TARGET
SANCHEz/SPEC ED
Maierials & Supplies
01122/2009
100.00
SCUDDERIEASTILIBRARY
Non-Capitalized Equipment
01123/2009
12,160.43
01123/2009
326.20
903720
. VANGARD CONCEPT OFFICES
903721
AMAZON.COM CORPORATE CREDIT
BRINKER/CMS
Materials & Supplies
903722
APPLE COMPUTERS INC
LINDQUISTILHSIED SER
Licensing Agreements
01/2312009
287.10
903723
SYNAPSE
ANICWSPEC ED
Materials & Supplies
01/23/2009
473.91
903724
TROXELL COMMUNICAnONS INC
MOORE/GHS
Materials & Supplies
01123/2009
753.64
903725
JONES SCHOOL SUPPLY CO INC
GROESBECKIGHS
Materials & Supplies
01123/2009
114.20
02/06/2009
Lori Eckardt
V-A·U
. 02125109
LIVERMORE VALLEY JOINT UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
01/0 1/2009 - 01/31/2009
PURCHASE ORDER DESCRIPTIVE SUMMARY
POll
VENDOR NAME
REQUESTED BY
903726
THOMSON WEST GROUP
MCCONNELL/STU SERV
Materials & Supplies
01/23/2009
55.47
903727
CLUB Z! IN-HOME TUTORING SERVICES
NOVELL/CURR SPEC
Contracted Services
01/23/2009
3,291.92
903728
CDW GOVERNMENT INC
DONAVANNHS/ADMIN
Materials & Supplies
01/23/2009
112.63
903729
SEHI COMPUTER PRODUCTS INC
ANICH/SPEC ED
Materials & Supplies
01/2312009
96.64
903730
OFFICE DEPOT
KAVANAUGHILHS
Materials & Supplies
01/23/2009
21.18
903731
OFFICE DEPOT
BURNS/CROCE
Materials & Supplies
01/23/2009
46.84
903732
LUCKYS STORES
FONES/CURR
Materials & Supplies
01/2312009
500.00
903733
WILCO SUPPLY
WILSONIJACKIFACIL
Non-Capitalized Equipment
01/23/2009
5,177.59
903734
INTELLICEPT
SHIPLEYILHSIFACIL
Other Construction
01/23/2009
1,095.31
903735
PNH CONSTRUCTION
LUECKFELDILHSIFACIL
Other Construction
01/23/2009
4,350.00
903736
LACROSSE MONKEY
HILLILHSILACROSSE
Materials & Supplies
01/23/2009
4,649.00
OBJECT DESCRIPTION
DATE
AMOUNT
903737
BASIX, THE
GAGNIERlLHS/CHORALE
Materials & Supplies
01/23/2009
32.94
903738
DISCOUNT DANCE SUPPLY
GAGNIERlLHS/CHORAL
Materials & Supplies
01/23/2009
218.91
903739 .
OAKLAND ATHLETICS-GROUP SALES
PEROTTIILHS
Contracted Services
01/23/2009
1,250.00
903740
NASCO
THOMA SIMMS
Materials & Supplies
01/23/2009
.191.53
903741
CURRICULUM ASSOCIATES INC
RANKIN/JACKSON
Materials & Supplies
01/23/2009
141.30
01/23/2009
75.69
903742
PATON GROUP
WURTZER/GHS
Materials & Supplies
903743
CALIF SITE SERVICE
GOMES/GHS
Rentals
01/2312009 .
903744
T & B SPORTS INC
PROFUMOILHS
Materials & Supplies
01/23/2009
3,957.00
903745
T & B SPORTS INC
PROFUMOILHS
Materials & Supplies
01/23/2009
3,911.74
903746
T & B SPORTS INC
PROFUMOILHS
Materials & Supplies
01/23/2009
1,570.01
903747
DISBROW, FELECIA
GAGNlERlLHS/CHORAL
Contracted Services
01/23/2009
660.00
903748
B&H PHOTO VIDEO
COCHRANILHS
Materials & Supplies
01/23/2009
47.84
400.00
903749
COLLEGE BOARD, THE
JESPERSENILHS
Travel & C':'nferences
01/2612009
175.00
903750 .
OFFICE DEPOT
FLETCHER/SMITH·
Materials & Supplies
01/26/2009
64.56
903751
CARTRIDGE WORLD LIVERMORE
BURNS/CROCE
Materials & Supplies
01/2612009
108.21
903752
OFFICE DEPOT
WHETZELILHS
Materials & Supplies
01/26/2009
50.53
903753
T & B SPORTS INC
PROFUMOILHS
Materials & Supplies
01/2612009
3,247.93
903754
NASCO
GREENAWAY/JACKSON
Materials & Supplies
01/2612009
905.45
903755
CITY OF PLEASANTON
RUSSETT/SMITH
Contracted Services
01/2612009
214.00
903756
ACADEMIC INNOVATIONS
AVILLAlLHS
Travel & Conferences
01/26/2009
387.00
01/2612009
4,503.96
903757
LlFETOUCH PUBLISHING INC
YEARBOOK/SMITH
Materials & Supplies
903758
CDWGOVERNMENT INC
DANNERIGHS/CURR
Non-Capitalized Equipment
01/27/2009
1,313.59
903759
COW GOVERNMENT INC
DANNER/GHS/CURR
Materials & Supplies
01/27/2009
893.44
. 903760
SOLUTION TREE INC
SPRlNGERlED SERV
Materials & Supplies
0112712009
662.06
903761
AMERICAN RED CROSS
SANCHEZlHEALTH SERV
Materials & Supplies
01/27/2009
80.00
903762
AMERICAN RED CROSS
SANCHEZlHEALTH SERV
Materials & Supplies
01/27/2009
80.00
903763
RTS SYSTEMS & DESIGN
WHETZELILHS
Materials & Supplies
01/27/2009
32625
903764
AVID CENTER
GALLARDOIJAMS
Materials & Supplies
01/27/2009
391.88
903765
OFFICE DEPOT
SAENZJEAST
Materials & Supplies
01/2712009
153.77
903766
THOMSON WEST GROUP
MCCONNELL/STUDENT SE
Materials & Supplies
01/28/2009
53.85
903767
APPLE.COMPUTERS INC
SMILEYIMMS
Materials & Supplies
01/28/2009
126.15
903768
HAZEN, DALE
BACCUSIMMSIWRESTLING
Contracted Services
01/28/2009
175.00
903769
NATLSCHOOLPRODUCTS
HAYES~ORTOLA
Materials & Supplies
01/28/2009
338.08
903770
ROSEN PUBLISHING
Materials & Supplies
01/28/2009
234.69
GROUP~OWERKID~ HAYES~ORTOLA
02/06/2009
Lori Eckardt
V-A-o.9
02125/09
LIVERMORE VALLEY JOINT UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
PURCHASE ORDER DESCRIPTIVE SUMMARY
AMOUNT
PO#
VENDOR NAME
REQUESTED BY
OBJECT DESCRIPTION
903771
SCHOLASTIC INC
JOHNSONIPORTOLA
Materials & Supplies
01/28/2009
402.84
903772
FOLLETT LIBRARY RESOURCES
PETERSONIPORTOLA
Materials & Supplies
01/28/2009
400.00
903773
FOLLETT LIBRARY RESOURCES
PETERSONIPORTOLA
Materials & Supplies
01/28/2009
117.18
903774
FOLLETT LIBRARY RESOURCES
PETERSON/PORTOLA
Materials & Supplies
01/28/2009
109.19
Materials & Supplies
01/28/2009
262.40
DATE
903775
YOUTH LIGHT INC
MENDIOLAIEAST
903776
SCHOOL COUNSELOR RESOURCES
MENDIOLAIEAST
Materials & Supplies
01/28/2009
199.18
903777
HILLYARD
NAGELIMAINT
Materials & Supplies
01/28/2009
81.34
903778
SOLUTION TREE INC
KELLERIMARYLIN
Material s & Suppl ies
01/2812009
67.70
903779
THOMPSON PUBLISHING GROUP
SALAMANCAICURR
Materials & Supplies
01/28/2009
328.50
903780
AMERICAN RED CROSS
SANCHEnHEALTHSERV
Materials & Supplies
01/28/2009
184.00
903781
CRISIS PREVENTION INSTITUTE INC
ANICHISPEC ED
. Dues & Memberships
01/28/2009
100.00
903782
JOSTENSINC
MONTEZIDEL VALLE
Materials &. Supplies
01/2812009
. 419.78
903783
SIERRA PACIFIC TOURS
MONTEZlDEL VALLE
Transportation Contracted
01/28/2009
1,168.53
Materials & Supplies
01/28/2009
378.45
903784
OFFICE DEPOT
FLINTISUNSET
903785
TARGET.
SANCHEz/SPEC ED
Materials & Supplies
01/2812009
200.00
903786
SILVER CAB CO
DARRELUSPEC ED
Transportation Contracted
01/28/2009
2,100.00
903787
NORTHROP GRUMMAN INFORMATION T WARNERIISS
Non-Capitalized
Equipm~nt
01/2912009
8,815.22
903788
TROXELL COMMUNICATIONS INC
SEEIMMS
Non-Capitalized Equipment
01/3012009
1,769.88
903789
TROXELL COMMUNICATIONS INC
NORTONIMMS
Non-Capitalized Equipment
01130/2009
1,778.06
903790
TROXELL COMMUNICATrONS INC
SOBREROIMMS
Non-Capitalized Equipment
01/3012009
1,778.06
903791
DUERR EVALUATION RESOURCES
SANCHEz/SPEC ED
Contracted Services
01/30/2009
1,600.00
903792
ADVANCED LEARNING CENTERS INC
GALLARDO/JAMSIMMS/CU
Materials & Supplies
01/30/2009
1,975.64
903793
CENGAGE LEARNING
GOETTINGIGHS/CURR
Textbooks
01/3012009
3,591.00
903794
BRUNS BELMONT CONSTRUCTION INC
LUECKI'ELDILHSIFACIL
Other Construction
01/30/2009
7,469.00
903795
CALCO FENCE INC
LUECKFELDILHSIFACIL
Other Construction
01/30/2009
9,133.00
903796
WALMART COMMUNITY
SANCHEz/SPEC ED
Materials & Supplies
01130/2009
250.00
903797
LIFETOUCH PUBLISHING INC
EZELLIRANCHO
Materials & Supplies
01/3012009
3,415.30
903798
TOOL TECH CONSTRUCTION SUPPLY INt NAGELIMAINT
Materials & Supplies
01130/2009
85.36
903799
TOOL TECH CONSTRUCTION SUPPLY INt NAGELIMAINT
Materials& Supplies
01/30/2009
75.03
903800
EDUCATIONAL DATA SYSTEMS
ALBAICURR
Materials & Supplies
01130/2009
1,921.35
903801
OFFICE DEPOT
MCCONNELL~TUDENTSE
Materials & Supplies
01/30/2009
174.50
903802
OFFICE DEPOT
MCMURDIEIMMS
903803
EMPOWERING SCHOOLS & COMMUNITII SPINGERIED SERVICES
Materials & Supplies
01/3012009
33.27
Contracted Services
01/30/2009
10,000.00
Grand Total:
611,880.09
02/06/2009
Lori Eckardt
V-A-6.10
02125/09
V.
. CONSENT ITEMS
B.
Resolutions
1.
Resolution No. 029-08/09, Consent to Board Members for Leaves of Absence .
BACKGROUND:
Board Policy 9250(a), Remuneration, Reimbursement and Other Benefits, sets provisions for a Board
member to be paid for missed meetings. The policy states, "A member may be paid for meetings he/she
missed when the Board, by resolution, finds that he/she was performing designated services for the district
at the time of the meeting or that he/she was absent because of illness, jury duty or a hardship deemed
acceptable by the Board."
STATUS:
On January 27, 2009, Board Member Chuck Rogge was fulfilling an obligation he committed to before .
being electing to the Board of Education and was not able to attend the Regular Meeting of the Board of
Education. Board Member William Dunlop was not able to attend the Special Meeting of the Board of
Education on February 5,2009 due to commitments madeprior to the establishment of the 2008-2009
meeting calendar. Their absences at these meetings was unavoidable.
FISCAL IMPACT:
None.
RECOMMENDATION:
Adopt by role call vote, Resolution No. 029-08/09, Consent to Board Members for Leaves of Absence
V-B-1.1
02/25/09
Resolution No. 029-08/09
Consent to Board Members for Leaves of Absence
WHEREAS, William Dunlop, Stewart Gary, and Chuck Rogge are members in good standing of
this Board; and
WHEREAS, On January 27, 2009, Board Member Chuck Rogge was fulfilling an obligation he
committed to before being electing to the Board of Education and was not able to attend the Regular
Meeting of the Board of Education. Board Member William Dunlop was not able to attend the Special
Meeting of the Board of Education on February 5, 2009 due to commitments made prior to the
establishment of the 2008-2009 meeting calendar.. Their absences at these meetings was unavoidable;
and
WHEREAS, Board Policy 9250(a), Remuneration, Reimbursement and Other Benefits, sets
provisions for a Board member to be paid for missed meetings. and
WHEREAS, The policy states, "A member may be paid for meetings he/she missed when the
Board, by resolution, finds that he/she was performing designated services for the district at the time of the
meeting or that he/she was absent because of illness, jury duty or a hardship deemed acceptable by the
Board;" and
NOW, THEREFORE, IT BE RESOLVED, that the Board of Education finds that Board Members
William Dunlop and Chuck Rogge were absent because of illness, jury duty, or a hardship deemed
acceptable by the Board according to Board Regulation 9250(a), and shall not have their monthly Board
member compensation reduced as a result.
PASSED AND ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of February 2009, by the governing board
of the Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District.
.
AYES:
Members
NOES:
Members
ABSTENTIONS:
Members
ABSENT:
Members
Clerk of the Board of Education Livermore
Valley Joint Unified School District of Alameda
County and Contra Costa County, State of California
V-B-1.2
02/25/09
REVISED
V.
CONSENT ITEMS
B.
Resolutions
1.
Resolution No. 029-08/09, Consent to Board Members for Leaves of Absence
BACKGROUND:
Board Policy 9250(a), Remuneration, Reimbursement and Other Benefits, sets provisions for a Board
member to be paid for missed meetings. The policy states, CIA member may be paid for meetings he/she
missed when the Board, by resolution, finds that he/she was performing designated services for the district
at the time of the meeting or that he/she was absent because of illness, jury duty or a hardship deemed
acceptable by the Board."
STATUS:
On January 27, 2009, Board Member Chuck Rogge was fulfilling an obligation he committed to before
being electing to the Board of Education and was not able to attend the Regular Meeting of the Board of .
Education. Board Member William Dunlop was not able to attend the Special Meeting of the Board of
Education on February 5, 2009 due to commitments made prior to the establishment of the 2008-2009
meeting calendar. Their absences at these meetings was unavoidable.
FISCAL IMPACT:
None.
RECOMMENDATION:
Adopt by role call vote, Resolution No. 029-08/09, Consent to Board Members for Leaves of Absence
V-B-1.1
02/25/09
REVISED
Resolution No. 029-08/09
Consent to Board Members for Leaves of Absence
WHEREAS, William Dunlop and Chuck Rogge are members in good standing of this Board; and
WHEREAS, On January 27,2009, Board Member Chuck Rogge was fulfilling an obligation he
committed to before being electing to the Board of Education and was not able to attend the Regular
Meeting of the Board of Education. Board Member William Dunlop was not able to attend the Special
Meeting of the Board of Education on February 5,2009 due to commitments made prior to the
.establishment of the 2008-2009 meeting calendar.. Their absences at these meetings was unavoidable;
and
WHEREAS, Board Policy 9250(a), Remuneration, Reimbursement and Other Benefits, sets
provisions for a Board member to be paid for missed meetings. and
WHEREAS, The policy states, "A member may be paid for meetings he/she missed when the
Board, by resolution, finds that he/she was performing designated services for the district at the time of the
meeting or that he/she was absent because of illness, jury duty or a hardship deemed acceptable by the .
Board;" and
NOW, THEREFORE, IT BE RESOLVED, that the Board of Education finds that Board Members
William Dunlop and Chuck Rogge were absent because of illness, jury duty, or a hardship deemed
acceptable by the Board according to Board Regulation 9250(a), and shall not have their monthly Board
member compensation reduced as a result.
PASSED AND ADOPTED by roll call vote this 25th day of February 2009, by the governing board
of the Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District.
AYES:
Members
NOES:
Members
ABSTENTIONS:
Members
ABSENT:
Members
Clerk of the Board of Education Livermore
.Valley Joint Unified School District of Alameda
County and Contra Costa County, State of California
V-B-1.2
02/25/09
V.
CONSENT ITEMS
B.
Resolutions
2.
Resolution No. 030-08/09, Authorization to Sell Surplus Property
BACKGROUND:
California Education Code Section 17545 authorizes school districts to sell for cash any surplus property belonging to the
school district if the property is not required for school purposes. California Education Code Section 17546 states "that any
item or items of property having previously been offered for sale pursuant to Section 17545 may be disposed of in the local
public dump if those items are unable to be sold at auction and have no value to the District: Resolution No. 030-08/09
authorizes the sale of surplus property and publication two weeks prior to the sale. A summary list of surplus property to be
sold is attached.
STATUS:
Attached is a list that details the District assets that have no value to the District.
FISCAL IMPACT:
. None
TIME FACTOR:
Equipment received since last resolution on December 16, 2008.
SUPERINTENDENT'S RECOMMENDATION:
Adopt, by roll call vote, Resolution No. 030-08/09, Authorization to Sell SurplUS Property.
V-B-2.1
02/25/09
RESOLUTION NO. 030-08/09
Authorization to Sell Surplus Property
WHEREAS, the Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District Board of Education is authorized under the
provisions of Education Code Section 17545 to sell for cash any surplus property belonging to the School District if the
property is not required for school purposes, and under the provisions of Education Code Section 17546 "any item or items
of property having previously been offered for sale pursuant to Section 17545 may be disposed of in the local public dump if
those items are unable to be sold at auction and have no value to the District;" and
WHEREAS, there shall be no sale until notice of the sale has been posted in three public places in the District for
not less than two weeks, or by publication for at least once a week for a period of not less than two weeks in a newspaper
published in the District and/or having a general circulation there; and .
WHEREAS, the Board shall sell the surplus property to the highest responsible bidder, or shall reject all bids; and
WHEREAS, the Board finds there are certain surplus property items no longer required for school purposes and
should be disposed of.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Board reserves the right to withdraw any or all items from the sale
PASSED AND ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of February 2009.
AYES:
Members:
NOES:
Members:
ABSTENTIONS:
Members:
ABSENT:
Members:
Clerk of the Board of Education Livermore
Valley Joint Unified School District of Alameda
County and Contra Costa County, State of California
V-B-2.2
02/25/09
DESCRIPTION
MODEL #
MANUFACTURE
SERIAL NUMBER
BARCODE
TELEVISION
PRINTER
COMPUTER/CPU
COMPUTER/CPU
NONE
M2179
M3457
3046B
SHARP CORP
APPLE
APPLE
APPLE
693726
CA650WTP4PE
XB62740R81Q
TY6399QZ8TP
5229
22578
20334
20818
COMPUTER/CPU
M3046
APPLE
TY724A009QE
23061
COMPUTER/CPU
MONITOR
COMPUTER/CPU
COMPUTER/CPU
COMPUTER/CPU
COMPUTER/CPU
COMPUTER/CPU
COMPUTER/CPU
M3046
M3046
M3046
M3046
M3046
M5183
M2453
APPLE
APPLE
APPLE
APPLE
TY7232NV9PS
TY7442CDB8W
TY7294VY9GC
TY72962L9GC
TY7296289GC
XB9110GMG9E
UV9403QBH78
M7668LL
COMPUTER/CPU
COMPUTER/CPU
COMPUTER/CPU
COMPUTER/CPU
COMPUTER/CPU
COMPUTER/CPU
COMPUTER/CPU
COMPUTER/CPU
M7668LL
M7668LL
M7668LL
M7668LL
M7668LL
M7668LL
M7668LL
M7668LL
APPLE
APPLE
APPLE
APPLE
23481
24494
23711
23715
23717
28008
29548
30303
COMPUTER/CPU
COMPUTER/CPU
CLONE
M4787
COMPUTER BREWERS
APPLE
COMPUTER/CPU
COMPUTER/CPU
COMPUTER/CPU
COMPUTER/CPU
COMPUTER/CPU
COMPUTER/CPU
COMPUTER/CPU
COMPUTER/CPU
M4787
M4787
M4787
M4787
M4787
M4787
M4787
M4787
APPLE
APPLE
APPLE
APPLE
APPLE
APPLE
APPLE
APPLE
APPLE
APPLE
APPLE
APPLE
APPLE
APPLE
APPLE
APPLE
V-B-2.3
02/25/09
RN02156GJ8E
RN02155HJ8E
RN0214KYJ8E
RN02155NJ8E
RN021563J8E
RN02155UJ8E
RN021567J8E
RN02155SJ8E
30304
30307
30308
30309
30312
30315
30317
RN0214KEJ8E
002602
XB8270E9CT9
30319
31683
26238
. XB827042CT9
XA8224UDCTA
TY824022CTA
TY824048CTA
XB8270EUCT9
XB82703UCT9
XB827034CT9
XB827038CT9
26322
26368
26370
26558
26560
26706
26710
26712
DESCRIPTION
MODEL #
MANUFACTURE
SERIAL NUMBER
BARCODE
M3046
M3046
M3046
M3046
M3046
3046
APPLE
APPLE
APPLE
APPLE
APPLE
APPLE
TY7500DAANR
TY7500COANR
TY75006CANR
25392
25400
M4787
APPLE
XB8212MBCTA
25408
25412
25434
18471
26170
COMPUTER/CPU
COMPUTER/CPU
COMPUTER/CPU
M4787
M4787
M4787
COMPUTER/CPU
COMPUTER/CPU
COMPUTER/CPU
COMPUTER/CPU
M4787·
M4787
M4787
M4787
APPLE
APPLE
APPLE
APPLE
APPLE
APPLE
APPLE
XB8270DWCT9
XB8270C1CT9
TY8240EVCTA
XB8270CBCT9
XB8270CNCT9
TY8234BBCTA
26536
26538
26540
26542
26544
26546
M4984M2
APPLE
TY824036CTA
SRN0014Q7HTH
26608
COMPUTER/CPU
COMPUTER/CPU
COPIER
A2S6000
Z740
APPLE
TEKTRONIX
8QA0012LLA
.1 FOQ8A9
COMPUTER/CPU
M4787
APPLE
XB8270FRCT9
COMPUTER/CPU
COMPUTER/CPU
PORTABLE COMPUTER
PORTABLE COMPUTER
PORTABLE COMPUTER
PORTABLE COMPUTER
M4787
XB82741WCT9
M4787
M7718LL
M7718LL
M7718LL
M7718LL
APPLE
APPLE
APPLE
PORTABLE COMPUTER
M7718LL
APPLE
APPLE
APPLE
APPLE
PORTABLE COMPUTER
M7718LL
PORTABLE COMPUTER
PORTABLE COMPUTER
PORTABLE COMPUTER
PORTABLE COMPUTER
PORTABLE COMPUTER
PORTABLE COMPUTER
M7718LL
M7718LL
M7718LL
M7718LL
M7718LL
M7718LL
COMPUTER/CPU·
COMPUTER/CPU
COMPUTER/CPU
COMPUTER/CPU
COMPUTER/CPU
COMPUTER/CPU
COMPUTER/CPU
TY7500BJANR
TY7500F2ANR
505303KE5NP
XB8270FHCT9
UV02315QHZU
UV02312HHZU
UV0230YAHZU
UV023141 HZU
29818
9575
30130
26230
26568
26570
30320
30321
30322 .
UV023156HZU
30323
30324
APPLE
UV02315KHZU
30325
APPLE
APPLE
APPLE
APPLE
APPLE
APPLE
UV02314WHZU
UV02315BHZU
UV023139HZU
UV02315FHZU
UV02315SHZU
UV02315JHZU
30327
30328
30330
30331
30332
30335
V-B-2.4
02125/09
DESCRIPTION
PORTABLE COMPUTER
PORTABLE COMPUTER
COMPUTER/CPU
COMPUTER/CPU
COMPUTER/CPU
COMPUTER/CPU
COMPUTER/CPU
COMPUTER/CPU
COMPUTER/CPU
COMPUTER/CPU
COMPUTER/CPU
COMPUTER/CPU
COMPUTER/CPU
COMPUTER/CPU
COMPUTER/CPU
COMPUTER/CPU
COMPUTER/CPU
DISC PLAYER
DISC PLAYER
DISC PLAYER
MONITOR
COMPUTER/CPU
PROJECTOR
SCANNER
STEREO EQUIPMENT
PROJECTOR
MODEL #
MANUFACTURE
SERIAL NUMBER
BARCODE
M7718LL
M7718LL
M4984
M4984
M7667LL A
M8534LL A
M8459LLA
Z04J
Z04J
Z04J
Z04J
Z04J
Z02G
M7639LL A
Z03L
M7683LLA
M7651LLA
CLDV2400
CLDV2600
CLDV2400
M6204LLA
M3046
XGE6304
C6260A
1500
LC300
APPLE
APPLE
APPLE
APPLE
APPLE
APPLE
APPLE
APPLE
APPLE
APPLE
APPLE
APPLE
APPLE
APPLE
APPLE
APPLE
APPLE
PIONEER VIDEO
PIONEER
UV02312MHZU
UV023159HZU
XA9173FNG3H
RN9265LJGUX
YM0380WWJWQ
YM148X52MD5
P1118005L30
RN1310J3LGR
RN1310JOLGR .
30338
30339
28494
28746
31765
33164
32471
32789
32793
32798
32809
32812
31456
31034
32045
32250
31464
16970
19467
15693
30121
19388
21456
29603
5148
15759
PIONEER
APPLE
APPLE
SHARP CORP
HP
WOLLENSAK
EIKI
RN1310J5LGR
RN1310J4LGR
RN1310J8LGR
XA04002VJQJ
YM027DB9JAU
YM115093KWG
YM1113DEKLX
RN0359TCJVA
3968489
3942376
NE3933260
WR9510LEHOE
XB6100VU7KW
608313276
SG8351401Q
60027095
G3206946
DISCLAIMER AND HOLD HARMLESS AGREEMENT
ALLPROPERTY LISTED IS OFFERED FOR SALE "AS IS" WITH ALL FAULTS, AND WITHOUT RECOURSE AGAINST
THE DISTRICT, ITS OFFICERS, AGENTS AND EMPLOYEES. THE DISTRICT MAKES NO GUARANTEE, WARRANTY,
OR REPRESENTATION EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, WITH REGARD TO CONDITION OF THE PROPERTY OR FITNESS OF
THE PROPERTY FOR ANY USE OR PURPOSE WHATSOEVER. NO CLAIM WILL BE CONSIDERED FOR ALLOWANCE
OR ADJUSTMENT OR RECISSION OF THE SALE BASED ON FAILURE OF THE PROPERTY TO SATISFY THE
PURCHASER IN ANY RESPECT. NO RETURNS ALLOWED. THE DISTRICT SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY
ACCIDENT OR INJURY RESULTING FROM PURCHASE OF THE PROPERTY. .PURCHASER AGREES TO INDEMNIFY,
DEFEND, AND HOLD HARMLESS THE DISTRICT AND ITS OFFICERS, AGENTS, AND EMPLOYEES FROM ANY AND
ALL CLAIMS, LOSSES, COSTS, OR LlABILTY FOR DAMAGES OF ANY KIND, FROM ANY CAUSE WHATSOEVER,
ARISING FROM OR IN ANY WAY CONNECTED WITH THE PURCHASE, USE, OR DISPOSAL OF THE PROPERTY.
V-B-2.5
02/25109

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