MORGAN HILL UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROGRESS AGAINST GOALS UPDATE FEBRUARY 8, 2011 I. PROGRESS TOWARD DISTRICT GOALS GOAL 1 -- STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT Student achievement is at the core of all of our district goals. We believe that students succeed best in an exciting and challenging environment where they are actively engaged in the learning process. Strategies / Current Status District Goals Success Indicators Objective A: 1. Support existing collegial teams where staff SALT has convened seven times (May 11 and 13, members feel valued, respected and June 9 and 10, Sept 30, Oct 21 and Jan 20). Increase overall academic empowered Additional meetings are scheduled for Mar 17 achievement as measured by a. Student Achievement Leadership and May 19. Items discussed have included: schools annually increasing Team (SALT) their similar school ranking identification of focus areas; intervention; b. Ensure structured and articulated and/or Academic Performance collaboration opportunities are ELD/EL instruction; benchmarks assessment; Index (API). essential standards; summer school curriculum; happening across sites collaboration time; district culture and climate; kindergarten readiness; algebra readiness and support; Project Cornerstone; SOGI; and Program Improvement (PI). High schools have structured collaboration time built into their weekly schedules. Walsh has early release for collaboration. Most other elementary schools have grade level meetings on at least a monthly basis. Middle schools continue with their department team meetings. Please see Attachment A 2. Continue to implement, monitor and support Monitoring and support for the adopted core the use of state adopted ELA and math core curriculum occurs through ongoing classroom materials observations; examination of lesson plans, curriculum maps and pacing guides; site and district staff development sessions; grade level and department collaboration meetings. Progress Against Board Goals Update – February 8, 2011 Page 2 of 17 Strategies / Current Status District Goals Success Indicators 3. Identify, purchase, implement and monitor ELA: the use of district adopted ELA, Math and A timeline is being developed to identify, intervention materials purchase and train teachers to use a new state adopted ELA core program within our budget constraints. Purchase and implementation will be done in stages beginning with grades K-6 and moving on to middle and high school. Math: State adopted math materials and algebra support materials have been purchased K-12. Training has been provided to all teachers. Follow-up training will continue throughout the 2010-2011 school year. Interventions: Intervention materials have been purchased at school sites based on the needs of the students at each site. Programs include: Read 180, SuccessMaker, Study Island, Lit Con, Compass Learning, Leap Frog, Standards Plus, along with intervention materials provided by the state adopted programs. 4. Identify and purchase appropriate standards- Intervention materials have been purchased at based intervention materials for grades school sites, based on the needs of the students at each site as listed above. 5. Create teacher opportunities to engage in Please see Attachment A regular collaboration that provides time to a. Analyze assessment data b. Plan instruction based on the analysis of student data c. Identify and build capacity in the most effective instructional strategies Progress Against Board Goals Update – February 8, 2011 Page 3 of 17 Strategies / Current Status District Goals Success Indicators 6. Monitor the use of adopted curricula and Please see Attachment B develop K-12 curriculum maps to pace instruction Objective B: 1. Monitor and analyze CST data for all Student data analysis strategies were reviewed with students, including EL and students with all principals. Aggressively seek to close the disabilities, with the goal that all students Data discussion at Leadership Advance on July 28 achievement gap between will increase individual CST scaled scores in Monthly data reflection principal meetings at district. numerically significant English and math Benchmark Real Deal Data Training with teachers on subgroups while continuing to Nov 29, Nov 30, and Dec 7. increase the performance of Principals engaged staff in analyzing school, grade high achieving students as and individual classroom data. measured by schools increasing the annual 2. Develop and begin use of a monitoring Implementation of the Single Plan for Student Academic Performance Index protocol to ensure Single Plan for Student Achievement is monitored in the following ways: and/or Annual Yearly Achievement at each site is implemented 1. Principals monitor SPSA through School City Progress, as well as 2. School Site Councils are provided updates on a achievement of the GATE monthly basis identified subgroup on 3. All sites provided executive summaries of their API/AYP and student scores SPSA to the Board of Education December 14, on Advanced Placement 2010; Program Improvement Schools presented exams. SPSA updates January 11, 2011; all schools’ SPSAs approved by Board January 25, 2011 4. Please see Attachment C. 3. Develop long term plan for professional The Staff Development Plan in the district is driven development and capacity building that by information from our needs assessments such as includes focused topics for administrators data from recent high stakes tests, the LEA plan and teachers process from last year, teacher requests, SALT meetings and administrator planning. This year’s staff development plan will focus on the areas of assessment, curriculum, and instruction. As a PI district, percentages of our Title III (EL), EIA (EL), Title I (under-served) and Title II categorical funds are directed towards Progress Against Board Goals Update – February 8, 2011 Page 4 of 17 Strategies / Current Status District Goals Success Indicators professional development. Please see Attachment D for the Staff Development Plan for the 2010-11 school year. Objective C: 1. Investigate and pilot a district wide data The district is currently using School City to house Develop a district-wide management system that is user friendly and all student data, develop Single School Plans for system of assessments and effective for teachers and administrators to Student Achievement, and develop School track student achievement data. Accountability Report Cards (SARC) for each interventions to meet the academic needs of school site. Principals and teachers are currently underperforming students being trained in the use of School City to analyze data on a regular basis and implement benchmark testing. 2. Develop and pilot benchmark assessments in SALT and grade level teams at all sites have English and Math identified essential standards in grades 2-6 a. Identify essential standards ELA and math and grades 7-12 algebra on b. Develop a multi-tiered system of the Vine (district Intranet). Benchmark tests interventions responsive to student were administered November 2010. The performance data second round of tests is scheduled March 2011. Please see Attachment E Objective D: Planning Goal: Please see Attachment F Investigate impact to course 1. Conduct analysis of current course offerings offerings and graduation and enrollment and identify project requirements for all students to requirements to implement A-G. Progress Against Board Goals Update – February 8, 2011 Page 5 of 17 Strategies / Current Status District Goals Success Indicators be eligible for a four-year 2. Provide professional development for all ESD Directors have held or scheduled: college upon graduation from secondary counselors and administrators 4 training sessions/meetings with assistant high school regarding appropriate academic counseling principals (Dec 14, Jan 25, Mar 1, Apr 5) 1) Explore aligning services to support entrance into 4-year 3 training/meetings with all secondary graduation requirements to colleges and have a common message for counselors (Jan 20, Mar 17, Apr 14) UC A-G requirements college readiness. 3. With the available fiscal resources, expand Collecting data on past and current use of CalSOAP Note: Deadline for graduation CalSOAP service, including counseling and resources. 2010-11 meetings for CalSOAP are: Sept requirement revisions would tutoring, to support minority and low income 15, Dec 15. Assistant Superintendent of Educational be December 2011 prior to fall students in accessing rigorous curriculum Services attends to represent the district interests. implementation for the and prepare for entrance into a 4-year entering freshman class. college. 4. Utilize existing categorical resources to ALAS program – still under development provide parents of EL and low income One (1) Bilingual Home/School Liaison now in place students additional information regarding at each school college entrance requirements to support and assist their students with college applications, scholarship, and student loans. Objective E: 1. Network with established charter school Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services has specialist to develop list of exemplary charter identified specific charter schools to visit and Investigate dependent charter schools for underserved student populations research for best model to meet MHUSD student school ideas needs. 2. Develop visitation timeline to explore The Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services existing successful charter schools across has visited Rocketship Charter (Dec 16), Lighthouse state Charter (Sept 16) (with teacher Teresa Sermersheim and community member Julian Mancias), Shearer Charter/Napa (Jan 21), Grayson Charter in Patterson (scheduled for Feb 11). Visits also scheduled for 2 dual immersion schools: South Valley Middle School (Feb 15) Progress Against Board Goals Update – February 8, 2011 Page 6 of 17 Strategies / Current Status District Goals Success Indicators and Rod Kelley (Feb 16) 3. Convene district group that includes all The district will convene a stakeholder group once stakeholders including parents and research units are concluded and analyzed that will community to discuss charter school options include administrators, teachers, and classified and findings from research and visitations professionals. P.A. Walsh has held 2 community meetings (Nov 30 and Jan 19) to provide parent community opportunities to give input into the feasibility of the charter school concept as a PI year 5 option. 4. Provide parent community opportunities to Once a feasible charter model has been identified, give input in the feasibility of the charter staff, parents and community members will be school concept. notified and public meetings will take place. Should a charter be envisioned for the 2011-12 school year, parent meetings will begin no later than April 2011 Other charter opportunities (developing dependent charter) exist within the district. Should other options become considered, future meetings including staff, parents and community will be calendared. Progress Against Board Goals Update – February 8, 2011 Page 7 of 17 GOAL 2: HIGHLY QUALIFIED AND DEDICATED EMPLOYEES We value, respect, and support our highly qualified and dedicated staff of classified, certificated and administrative employees who are committed to academic achievement for all students. Strategies / Current Status District Goals Success Indicators Objective A: 1. Strategies currently in use. All job postings include NCLB requirements. Recruit and hire highly a. Include NCLB requirements on all qualified classified, job postings. certificated and administrative b. Screen all job applicants for NCLB All job applicants screened for NCLB requirements. employees as measured by all requirements newly hired staff meeting state and/or NCLB requirements. c. Attend at least 2 local recruitment District representatives annually attend the SCCOE fairs. recruitment faire and at least one additional recruitment activity. Investigating additional recruitment opportunities for minority candidates. d. Facilitate job application “on line” All classified, certificated and administrative job through ED JOIN. applications are “on line” through EDJOIN. e. Conduct exit interview when Exit questionnaire has been on the back of the separation employees leave the district re form since 2007 and offers an exit interview if requested. reasons for leaving Reason for leaving has been on a database for certificated since 2007 and has been started for classified and administrative in October 2010. 2. Strategies to investigate and/or implement. Progress Against Board Goals Update – February 8, 2011 Page 8 of 17 Increase opportunities for Initial Employment employment of minority candidates Add “Spanish preferred” to job postings. (2010-11) Apply Ed Code 45277 to classified merit system rankings. Publish opportunities in HR newsletter (first notice was in the October 2010 edition and is posted monthly). Expand recruitment efforts to organizations that sponsor minority candidates. Plan to send open principal posting to: - CALSA (CA Assoc of Latino Superintendents and Administrators - CA Assoc for Bilingual Education - Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Silicon Valley - San Jose State University Dept of Educational Leadership - National Hispanic University Interviews Apply “Spanish preferred” to paper screening. Invite parents/community to be on interview panel. Bilingual Stipend Provide at least one stipend per school. DO Receptionist is now receiving a stipend. Extra School Support One (1) Bilingual Home/School Liaison has been hired for each school site Support of Parent Groups Notice job postings to the parent groups. Encourage volunteer support. Review and amend Ewing SEIU Monthly meetings held for District and SEIU since classification study (2010-11) September 2010. Progress Against Board Goals Update – February 8, 2011 Page 9 of 17 Strategies / Current Status District Goals Success Indicators Objective B: a. Strategies currently in use. HR maintains a database of staff attendance at the four (4) Retain and train classified and a. Maintain a database of professional mandatory staff trainings and monitors for make-up Probationary I and II development and attendance of trainings. certificated employees and mandatory topics. provide support services. b. Maintain a database of first and HR maintains a database of Probationary I teachers (28) second year teachers and their and Probationary II teachers (19). Probationary struggling eligibility for each program. teacher submitted to HR in December for follow-up with Principals and BTSA providers. c. Support BTSA program and confirm HR maintains a database of probationary teachers who eligibility of teachers. are eligible for the BTSA program. This school year we have 13 BTSA year #1 teachers and 13 BTSA year #2 teachers. The Charter School participates in the BTSA program and we have 1 teacher enrolled this school year. All are participating in the BTSA program. d. Supervise college/university program HR maintains a database of teacher interns and confirms and confirm participation each that university supervision has been arranged and semester by eligible teachers. provided. This school year we have 8 interns. e. Coordinate one day of district-wide Professional development is being delivered in a professional development series of activities throughout the school year instead of one day when staff returned to work in August 2010. 2. Strategies to investigate and/or implement. The four (4) mandatory staff trainings were piloted a. Investigate alternative methods for “on line” by 83 staff members. Information has been professional development including gathered to evaluate the “on line” procedures and it “on line” training of mandatory is recommended that it be implemented district-wide topics (2010-11) for the next school year. Meetings are being scheduled with MHFT and SEIU leadership to discuss district-wide implementation. Progress Against Board Goals Update – February 8, 2011 Page 10 of 17 Strategies / Current Status District Goals Success Indicators Objective C: 1. Strategies currently in use. HR maintains a database of all classified employees and Monitor evaluation of a. Maintain a database of all classified their evaluation date. The district currently has 316 classified, certificated and employees and their evaluation date, classified employees, 152 of whom are scheduled for administrative employees, including 2nd and 5th month evaluation this school year and 23 of whom are scheduled using the district-approved probationary evaluations. for either their 2nd or 5th month probationary evaluations. procedures and forms. b. Maintain a database of all HR maintains a database of all certificated employees and their certificated employees and their employment status. The temporary, probationary I, district has 22 temporary, 8 interns, 28 probationary I, 19 probationary II or permanent status. probationary II and 331 permanent teachers. c. Train all administrators in the Returning administrators received all of the evaluation procedures and forms. forms upon their return to work and training support as needed and/or requested. New administrators received individual training. 2. Strategies to investigate and/or implement. HR maintains a database of all administrative employees. a. Maintain a database for all The district has 4 senior administrators, 3 directors, 1 administrative employees (2010-11) program specialist, 6 psychologists, 14 principals, 7 assistant principals, 7 classified managers, and 4 administrative assistants. b. Ensure evaluation of all Principals and Assistant Principals are being evaluated administrative employees on a regular during the 2010-2011 school year. The District is working schedule (2011-12) with MHELA leadership on the next steps for administrative employees. Objective D: 1. Strategies currently in use. Superintendent meets with MHFT and SEIU bargaining Maintain “open lines” of a. Superintendent meets with unit leadership on a regular basis. communication with all bargaining unit leadership regularly. employee groups through a variety of venues. Progress Against Board Goals Update – February 8, 2011 Page 11 of 17 Strategies / Current Status District Goals Success Indicators b. Assistant Superintendent meets with Assistant Superintendent meets with MHFT and SEIU bargaining unit leadership on as- bargaining unit leadership on an as-needed basis. needed basis. c. Return telephone call, emails, and Telephone calls, emails and other forms of other forms of communication by the communication are usually returned within one business next business day, if possible. day unless there are extenuating circumstances. d. Publish “News You Can Use” on a News You Can Use is published monthly from September monthly basis. – June of each school year with one special edition published. This school year the special edition was about the standards for administrators, certificated and classified staff which correlated with the new employee evaluation systems being piloted. 2. Strategies to investigate and/or implement. Interest-based bargaining (IBB) training was conducted a. Investigate interest-based bargaining by the School Employers Association of California for 13 (IBB) (2010-11) administrators, 10 MHFT members and 4 SEIU members on October 19-20, 2010. Objective E: 1. Strategies to investigate and/or implement. Classified pilot materials were completed during the Implement a credible summer 2010. Classified manager training was conducted a. For classified SEIU employees. evaluation system throughout on August 25, 2010. District/SEIU committee meets i. Train SEIU leadership and the district (all employees) regularly to monitor the pilot. administration (2010-11). ii. Review procedures and forms for Of the 152 classified employees being evaluated this any changes (2010-11). school year, 30/152 (20%) are participating in the pilot. iii. Year 1: Pilot of new procedures The pilot was limited to classified employees assigned to and forms by department (2010- some departments (ie, transportation, maintenance, etc.) 11) so not everyone is eligible to participate in the pilot this iv. Year 2: Pilot of new procedures school year. and forms by schools (2011-12) Progress Against Board Goals Update – February 8, 2011 Page 12 of 17 Strategies / Current Status District Goals Success Indicators Certificated pilot materials were completed during the b. For certificated MHFT employees. summer 2010. Joint District/MHFT training was i. Complete new evaluation system conducted on August 9, 2010 followed by school site (2010-11) trainings. District/MHFT committee meets monthly to ii. Pilot new procedures and forms monitor the pilot. (2010-11) iii. Implement district-wide (2011- Of the 241 teachers being evaluated this school year, 12). 136/178 (76%) eligible for the pilot are participating. CA Professional Standards for School Administrators c. For administrative MHELA were reviewed by the committee. A copy was sent to all employees. administrators, and included in the September 2010 i. Review state standards for special edition of News You Can Use. administrators (2010-11) ii. Complete new evaluation system Principals and Assistant Principals are being evaluated (2010-11) during the 2010-2011 school year. iii. Pilot new procedures and forms Administrative pilot materials for all MHELA members (2011-12) are being developed during the 2010-2011 school year. Progress Against Board Goals Update – February 8, 2011 Page 13 of 17 GOAL 3: RESPONSIBLE FINANCIAL PRACTICES In a dynamic financial environment, the district will continue to ensure students’ academic success. The district will maintain fiscal solvency and align priorities to expenses to support critical educational programs, by applying sound financial principles and practices. District Goals Strategies / Current Status Success Indicators Objective A: 1. Continue to review and monitor budgets Staff provides reports to sites on a monthly basis. Adopt and maintain a balanced with site administrators and managers on a Staff met with site/program managers in October, 2010 budget and receive a positive regular basis. to establish 1st Interim budgets certification from the County Balanced budgets presented to the Board: 2. Present budget adoption, interims and Office of Education under AB 2nd Interim 2009-10 (3/09/10) estimated actuals to the Board based on the 1200 regulations. Adopted 2010-11 (6/22/10) Budget calendar. Estimated Actuals 2009-10 (9/14/10) All received positive certification 3. Active tracking of budget changes at the Staff attended School Services Governor’s Budget state and federal level January 2010, May Revise 2010, Finance & Management Conference October 2010, and School Services Governor’s Budget January 2011 Staff receives on-going communications from School Services and COE on budget changes. 4. Use resources available at the COE, School Staff received ongoing communications from COE, Services of Calif., and our external auditors School Services, & auditors Objective B: 1. Make necessary budget revisions and Staff updated budgets for Adopted 2010-11 and interims Maintain 3% or state required adjustments in program in order to and continues to maintain 3% reserve for economic minimum reserve for maintain required minimum. uncertainty. economic uncertainty and 3% Currently maintains a 1.5% RRM allocation as allowed or state required minimum under current flexibility. routine maintenance allocation Resolution approved by the Board on June 23, 2009 for a three year period, to make necessary transfers. 2. Cut off spending one month early to insure Cut off district spending March 12, 2010 resulting in an unspent allocations fall into the ending ending fund balance of $7.4 million. balance. Progress Against Board Goals Update – February 8, 2011 Page 14 of 17 District Goals Strategies / Current Status Success Indicators 3. Weekly monitoring of cash flow in all Staff receives and reviews daily cash flow report from funds to ensure solvency. the Santa Clara County Controller’s office and runs available cash flow reports. 4. Continue training district staff and Staff receives updates on a regular basis and reviews administrators on program guidelines and and monitors allocation as received. corresponding allocations. Send fiscal staff to COE trainings to remain current on financial system. Objective C: 1. Continue to follow proper accounting 2009-10 audit had one material finding resulting in an Receive an annual audit with practices as set forth in the California additional $147,000 to the general fund ending balance. no material findings. School Accounting manual. 2008-09 audit had no material findings. 2. Active tracking of new requirements and All audit requirements were met in regards to the new changes made at the state and federal level requirements and changes that were implemented in the in regards to school accounting practices. 2009-10 school year. 3. Maintain open communications with Mid-year audit was conducted in May, 2010 and final external auditors. audit was completed in September, 2010. Objective D: 1. Meet on a regular basis with site Met and reviewed budgets with site/program Align dollars to address administrators and managers to review administrators in October, 2010. Communicate on a student educational needs as their program budgets to be sure dollars are regular basis on any changes that may occur. identified in Goal 1 – spent appropriately to meet the education Curriculum and Instruction. needs to the students. Objective E: Planning Goal District takes advantage of flexibility categorical program transfer to enhance revenues. Explore revenue opportunities for 2011-12 school y ear and beyond Progress Against Board Goals Update – February 8, 2011 Page 15 of 17 GOAL 4: SAFE, HEALTHY, AND SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENT By maintaining, modernizing and constructing facilities and providing appropriate services, the district will support students and staff in their educational endeavors. We will work to create schools that are safe; menus and programs that promote healthy living; and energy usage policies that are sustainable. District Goals Strategies / Current Status Success Indicators Objective A: 1. Evaluate the 5 year plan and determine Department staff has been evaluating all projects to Initiate implementation of financial resources to implement. determine whether they would qualify under the restricted funds (deferred maintenance, capital facilities, the 5-year Facilities Master Mello Roos and RDA) and have implemented them Plan. accordingly. 2. Prioritize 5 year plan to ensure items that Increasing and maintaining safety is a high priority and will increase safety and provide a secure is implemented daily by the Facilities Department. learning environment are implemented first. 3. Update 5 year plan to conform with current Department staff is evaluating the 5 year plan and facility needs on the campuses. revising and prioritizing based on the facility needs of the campuses. Objective B: 1. Upgrade energy management system Department staff is working with IES to help reduce Continue to research, plan throughout the District to help reduce lighting and HVAC costs. Implementation throughout energy waste with the HVAC units and the District is being evaluated and prioritized based on and develop strategies to campus lighting. the amount of projected savings. support efficient use of energy. 2. Include HVAC replacement in the 5 year As funds become available, we will continue to evaluate master plan to reduce cooling load and air our HVAC units and controls to find ways to reduce conditioning needs. added utility costs. 3. Research ways to reduce swimming pool Implementation of smart pump control system and operational costs. swimming pool cover replacement to reduce energy costs. Both projects qualify for PG&E rebates. 4. Installation of Solar panels at both high Photovoltaic panels are all functioning and on the grid. schools to reduce energy costs. They are projected to cover 80% of the high schools energy needs. Progress Against Board Goals Update – February 8, 2011 Page 16 of 17 District Goals Strategies / Current Status Success Indicators Objective C: 1. Continue to offer healthy choices for We offer choices that are healthy such as yogurt and a Support improvement to students good selection of fruits and vegetables. student and employee health as measured by programs and meal menu plans that promote healthy living. 2. Work with School Nutrition Association on Department staff has been attending meetings and is new healthy kid approved items as they receiving updates on what changes manufacturers are come available making to introduce more whole grains in items such as the whole grain pancake we are now serving. Objective D: 1. Install attractive fencing at the entrances of Installation of ornamental fencing has taken place at a Implement various the campus and around the perimeter to few campuses. As funds become available through encourage visitors to check into the office. grants, etc., we will continue to evaluate the campuses strategies to provide a safe, This will prevent unauthorized visitors to determine the order of need. secure learning environment from accessing the campus without for students. approval. 2. Install video surveillance at campus We continue to work with our insurance provider to entrances to monitor visitors coming onto qualify for safety grants to provide surveillance systems campus. at one secondary school. 3. Complete the installation of the Columbine All school sites now have the D93 series door hardware D93 series door hardware which allows which allows them to secure their classrooms safely staff to secure doors from the interior. during a Code Red. 4. Keep landscaping maintained for clear Department staff continues their efforts to keep the visibility at all times. school site grounds safe for students, staff and parents. Staff is continuing to work with the weekend community service program. 5. Continue to use WeTip as a tool to identify WeTip has proven to be a successful tool to help aid and prosecute all violators with vandalism, theft and arson at our campuses. We will continue to implement the WeTip program throughout the District. Progress Against Board Goals Update – February 8, 2011 Page 17 of 17 6. 24 hour posted notice for all pesticide Department staff follows all specified guidelines in spraying regards to pesticide spraying and maintains compliance with the Healthy Schools Act of 2000. GOAL 5: PARTNERSHIP THROUGH COMMUNICATION We appreciate the strong support network of parents and community members who work side-by-side with us, providing resources and enrichment that we would not otherwise have for our students. District Goals Strategies / Current Status Success Indicators Objective A: 1. Promote forums that increase Implemented regular community forums for our PI Promote two-way communication and transparency schools (> year 3) communication to build and 2. Create opportunities for community Started afterschool and Saturday tutorials at Jackson maintain partnerships between members to partner in the where parents and community members support and among home, school, and educational process. teaching community in support of Ongoing coordinated effort with the City of Morgan district goals through a variety Hill, Project Cornerstone, and all school sites to help of venues. build developmental assets in students, staff and community Promoting “Expect Respect” programs at all school sites Objective B: 1. Use multiple media formats to tell Two MHAT (Channel 19) tapings Additional communications our story Regular columns in the Morgan Hill Times tools will be investigated and, if possible, implemented to enhance the district’s ability to provide a wider spectrum of communication. Objective C: 2. Hold Board workshop to establish Board workshop held February 3, 2011. Board Establish protocols for board norms and protocols developed norms and protocols, scheduled for formal communications from staff to adoption March 8, 2011. board and board to staff.
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