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					Southwest Wisconsin Technical College

      District Board Meeting


            Regular Meeting

              April 28, 2010




       Rooms 492-493, College Connection
      Southwest Wisconsin Technical College
            1800 Bronson Boulevard
              Fennimore, WI 53809
Contents
Annotated Agenda .......................................................................................................... 3
Open Meeting.................................................................................................................. 6
 A. Roll Call ................................................................................................................ 6
 B. Reports/ Forums/Public Input ............................................................................... 6
Consent Agenda ............................................................................................................. 7
  A. Approval of Agenda .............................................................................................. 7
  B. Minutes of the Regular Meeting of March 25, 2010 .............................................. 9
  C. Financial Reports................................................................................................ 13
     1. Purchase Orders Greater Than $2500 .......................................................... 13
     2. Treasurer’s Cash Balance ............................................................................. 14
     3. Budget Control .............................................................................................. 16
  D. Contract Revenue............................................................................................... 17
  E. Out-of-State Tuition Waiver ................................................................................ 18
  F. 2010-11 ACCT Membership ............................................................................... 19
Construction Update...................................................................................................... 20
  A. Progress of Construction and Remodeling ......................................................... 20
      1. Review of Building Names ............................................................................ 20
      2. Signage Plan ................................................................................................. 20
      3. Public Safety Complex .................................................................................. 20
Other Items Requiring Board Action .............................................................................. 21
  A. Bids .................................................................................................................... 21
       1. Fitness Equipment ........................................................................................ 21
  B. Five-year Certification Plan................................................................................. 22
  C. Personnel ........................................................................................................... 35
Board Monitoring of College Effectiveness.................................................................... 35
  A. AQIP Systems Portfolio Update.......................................................................... 35
  B. Environmental Scanning ..................................................................................... 35
  C. 2010-11 Budget .................................................................................................. 35
Information and Correspondence .................................................................................. 36
   A. Enrollment Report............................................................................................... 36
   B. Chairperson’s Report.......................................................................................... 39
   C. College President’s Report ................................................................................. 39
   D. Other Information Items ...................................................................................... 39
Establish Board Agenda Items for Next Meeting ........................................................... 39
  A. Agenda ............................................................................................................... 39
  B. Time and Place................................................................................................... 39
Adjourn to Closed Session ............................................................................................ 39
  A. Consideration of adjourning to closed session for the purpose of
      (1) discussing administrative compensation {Wis.Stats.19.85(1)(c)} ................. 39
Reconvene to Open Session ......................................................................................... 39
  A. Action, if necessary, on Closed Session Item ..................................................... 39
Adjournment .................................................................................................................. 39
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Annotated Agenda

                      BOARD MEETING NOTICE/AGENDA
                              Wednesday, April 28, 2010
                     5:45 p.m. – Tour of Building 500 Remodeling
                               6:15 p.m. – Light Supper
                          7:00 p.m. – Regular Board Meeting
                         Room 492-493 – College Connection

                             ANNOTATED AGENDA

OPEN MEETING
The following statement will be read: “The April 28, 2010, regular meeting of the
Southwest Wisconsin Technical College Board is called to order. This meeting is open
to the public and in compliance with state statutes. Notice of the meeting has been sent
to the press and posted on campus and in the City of Fennimore in an attempt to make
the general public aware of the time, place and agenda of the meeting.”
       A. Roll Call

      B. Reports/Forums/Public Input
         1. Presentation by Dan Clancy, Wisconsin Technical College System
            President, and Stan Davies, Wisconsin Technical College System Board
            President

CONSENT AGENDA
      A. Approval of Agenda – A copy of the agenda is included with the Board
         material.

      B. Minutes of the Regular Meeting of March 25, 2010 – Minutes of the regular
         meeting of March 25, 2010, are available electronically with all other Board
         material. Minutes of the closed session meeting of March 25, 2010, will be
         available at the meeting.

      C. Financial Reports – A copy of each report is available electronically with all
         other Board material. Caleb White, Director of Fiscal Services, will be at the
         meeting and available for questions.
         1. Purchase Orders Greater Than $2500
         2. Treasurer’s Cash Balance
         3. Budget Control

      D. Contract Revenue – There are eight contracts totaling $3,292.58 for Board
         aprpoval. The Contract Revenue Report is available electronically with all
         other Board material.

      E. Out-of-State Tuition Waiver - This is an annual procedure to obtain State
         Board approval for the waiver of out-of-state tuition for needy and worthy
         students. It is a projection of total students and credits. A copy of the request
         is included.
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      F. 2010-11 ACCT Membership – The 2010-11 ACCT Membership renewal
         invoice is available electronically with all other Board material.

Recommendation: Approve the consent agenda.


CONSTRUCTION UPDATE
      A. Progress of Construction and Remodeling

          1. Review of Building Names – Derek Dachelet will be present to update
             the Board on building names.

          2. Signage Plan – Jim Gerrits, Director of Facilities, will review the Signage
             Plan with the Board.

          3. Public Safety Complex – Doug Barnes, Zimmerman Architectural
             Studios, will be present the plans for the Public Safety Complex.


OTHER ITEMS REQUIRING BOARD ACTION
     A. Bids
         1. Fitness Equipment – Caleb White will present the bid for fitness
            equipment. The fitness equipment summary is available electronically
            with all other Board material.
Recommendation: Award the fitness equipment bid to MGL Fitness, Inc., in the
amount of $45,199.

     B. Five-year Certification Plan – The State Certification Code, as found in the
        Wisconsin Administrative Code TCS 3, requires a district plan of
        recertification activities. In compliance with the Code, the Plan was
        developed by the local Certification Committee. Amy Esser, Human
        Resources Generalist, will present the District Plan of Recertification Activities
        2010-2015. The Plan is available electronically with all other Board material.
Recommendation: Approve the District Plan of Recertification Activities 2010-2015.

      C. Personnel


BOARD MONITORING OF COLLEGE EFFECTIVENESS

      A. AQIP Systems Portfolio Update – Stacy Martin, Director of Human
         Resources, will present an update on the AQIP Systems Portfolio. The
         updated portfolio is due to The Higher Learning Commission June 1.

      B. Environmental Scanning – The College recently contracted with a
         consulting firm to conduct a regional Environmental Scan. Susan Davis Allen,
         Director of Institutional Advancement, will present the Environmental Scan
         Report.


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     C. 2010-11 Budget – Caleb White, Director of Fiscal Services, will present the
        2010-11 Budget. The budget will be available at the meeting.


INFORMATION AND CORRESPONDENCE

     A. Enrollment Report – The FTE Report is available electronically with all other
        Board material.

     B. Chairperson’s Report

     C. College President’s Report

     D. Other Information Items


ESTABLISH BOARD AGENDA ITEMS FOR NEXT MEETING

     A. Agenda
        1. Bid for 400 HVAC Equipment
        2. Nursing Petition Process
        3. State of College Report

     B. Time and Place – Thursday, May 27, 2010, at 7:00 p.m. in the College
        Connection, Rooms 492-493

ADJOURN TO CLOSED SESSION

     A. Consideration of adjourning to closed session for the purpose of
          (1) discussing administrative compensation {Wis.Stats.19.85(1)(c)}


RECONVENE TO OPEN SESSION

     A. Action, if necessary, on Closed Session Item


ADJOURNMENT




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Open Meeting

The following statement will be read: “The April 28, 2010, regular meeting of the
Southwest Wisconsin Technical College Board is called to order. This meeting is open
to the public and in compliance with state statutes. Notice of the meeting has been sent
to the press and posted on campus and in the City of Fennimore in an attempt to make
the general public aware of the time, place and agenda of the meeting.”


      A. Roll Call

      B. Reports/ Forums/Public Input
             1. Presentation by Dan Clancy, Wisconsin Technical College System
                President, and Stan Davies, Wisconsin Technical College System
                Board President




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Consent Agenda

   A. Approval of Agenda


                      BOARD MEETING NOTICE/AGENDA
                              Wednesday, April 28, 2010
                     5:45 p.m. – Tour of Building 500 Remodeling
                               6:15 p.m. – Light Supper
                          7:00 p.m. – Regular Board Meeting
                         Room 492-493 – College Connection

                                        AGENDA

OPEN MEETING
The following statement will be read: “The April 28, 2010, regular meeting of the
Southwest Wisconsin Technical College Board is called to order. This meeting is open
to the public and in compliance with state statutes. Notice of the meeting has been sent
to the press and posted on campus and in the City of Fennimore in an attempt to make
the general public aware of the time, place and agenda of the meeting.”
       A. Roll Call
       B. Reports/Forums/Public Input
           1. Presentation by Dan Clancy, Wisconsin Technical College System
               President, and Stan Davies, Wisconsin Technical College System Board
               President

CONSENT AGENDA
      A. Approval of Agenda
      B. Minutes of the Regular Meeting of March 25, 2010
      C. Financial Reports
         1. Purchase Orders Greater Than $2500
         2. Treasurer’s Cash Balance
         3. Budget Control
      D. Contract Revenue
      E. Out-of-State Tuition Waiver
      F. 2010-11 ACCT Membership

CONSTRUCTION UPDATE
      A. Progress of Construction and Remodeling
         1. Review of Building Names
         2. Signage Plan
         3. Public Safety Complex

OTHER ITEMS REQUIRING BOARD ACTION
      A. Bids
         1. Fitness Equipment
      B. Five-year Certification Plan
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      C. Personnel

BOARD MONITORING OF COLLEGE EFFECTIVENESS
      A. AQIP Systems Portfolio Update
      B. Environmental Scanning
      C. 2010-11 Budget

INFORMATION AND CORRESPONDENCE
      A.   Enrollment Report
      B.   Chairperson’s Report
      C.   College President’s Report
      D.   Other Information Items

ESTABLISH BOARD AGENDA ITEMS FOR NEXT MEETING
      A. Agenda
      B. Time and Place

ADJOURN TO CLOSED SESSION
      A. Consideration of adjourning to closed session for the purpose of
           (1) discussing administrative compensation {Wis.Stats.19.85(1)(c)}

RECONVENE TO OPEN SESSION
      A. Action, if necessary, on Closed Session Items

ADJOURNMENT




{Facilities at Southwest Tech are handicap accessible. For all accommodations
call 608-822-2400 or 608-822-2401 to reach the Director of Facilities, or e-mail
accom@swtc.edu}




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   B. Minutes of the Regular Meeting of March 25, 2010


MINUTES OF THE
REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF
SOUTHWEST WISCONSIN TECHNICAL COLLEGE
MARCH 25, 2010


The Board of Southwest Wisconsin Technical College met in public session of a regular
meeting commencing at 7:03 p.m. on March 25, 2010, in Room 493, College
Connection, on the District Campus located at 1800 Bronson Boulevard in the City of
Fennimore, Grant County, Wisconsin, with the following members present:

      William Carlin, Dean Isaacson, Jacqueline K. Kingeter, James Kohlenberg,
      Russell Moyer, Steven Nockerts, and Donald Tuescher

      Absent: Melissa Fitzsimons and Eileen Nickels

Others present for all or a portion of the meeting included Dr. Karen Knox, College
President; College Staff: Barb Tucker, Caleb White, Jim Gerrits, Joan Senn, Stacy
Martin, Karen Campbell, Kris Wubben; Trane Company Staff: Tom Burke and Jeff
Vitense; Others: Dan Zadrazil

Chairperson Dean Isaacson called the meeting to order. Proof of notice of the meeting
was given as to the time, place and purpose of the meeting. The following is the official
agenda for this meeting:

                      BOARD MEETING NOTICE/AGENDA
                               Thursday, March 25, 2010
                               6:30 p.m. – Light Supper
                          7:00 p.m. – Regular Board Meeting
                         Room 492-493 – College Connection

                                       AGENDA

OPEN MEETING
The following statement will be read: “The March 25, 2010, regular meeting of the
Southwest Wisconsin Technical College Board is called to order. This meeting is open
to the public and in compliance with state statutes. Notice of the meeting has been sent
to the press and posted on campus and in the City of Fennimore in an attempt to make
the general public aware of the time, place and agenda of the meeting.”
       C. Roll Call
       D. Reports/Forums/Public Input

CONSENT AGENDA
      A. Approval of Agenda

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        B. Minutes of the Regular Meeting of February 25, 2010
        C. Financial Reports
           1. Purchase Orders Greater Than $2500
           2. Treasurer’s Cash Balance
           3. Budget Control
        D. Contract Revenue

ADJOURN TO CLOSED SESSION
        B. Consideration of adjourning to closed session for the purpose of
             (1) discussing administrative employment {Wis.Stats.19.85(1)(c)}

RECONVENE TO OPEN SESSION
        B. Action, if necessary, on Closed Session Items

CONSTRUCTION UPDATE
   a.        Progress of Construction and Remodeling

OTHER ITEMS REQUIRING BOARD ACTION
        B. Personnel
           1. Retirement

BOARD MONITORING OF COLLEGE EFFECTIVENESS
        C. Demonstration on Trane System
        D. Continuous Improvement Update
        E. QRP Evaluations

INFORMATION AND CORRESPONDENCE
        A.   Enrollment Report
        B.   Chairperson’s Report
        C.   College President’s Report
        D.   Other Information Items

ESTABLISH BOARD AGENDA ITEMS FOR NEXT MEETING
        A. Agenda
        B. Time and Place

ADJOURNMENT

Mr. Carlin moved to approve the consent agenda with Mr. Nockerts seconding the
motion; motion carried.

Mr. Tuescher moved to adjourn to closed session for the purpose of discussing
administrative employment. Mr. Carlin seconded the motion. Upon roll call vote, the
meeting adjourned to closed session at 7:05 p.m. The Board reconvened to open
session at 7:27 p.m. Mr. Tuescher moved to layoff Kevin Hoff effective June 30, 2010.
Mr. Nockerts seconded the motion; motion carried. Mr. Moyer moved to hire Kevin Hoff
for a 60 percent Basic Education Coordinator position. The motion was seconded by
Mr. Tuescher; motion carried.

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Dr. Knox updated the Board on the construction and remodeling progress. College
staff met with Zimmerman Architectural Studios and made several changes to the
Public Safety Complex. Because of those changes, Zimmerman Architectural Studio
staff were not present. The College will be going out to bid the end of April for the Public
Safety Complex with the bid being awarded at the May Board meeting. Construction
should start in June with possible completion in December. Dr. Knox has met with the
Fennimore Planning Commission to annex the property into the City of Fennimore and
change the zoning effective May 1. The Planning Commission will take the request to
the City Council. There will be a location for a helicopter to land. In the bid process, the
Board gave support for the bids to be divided up as much as possible.

Dr. Knox explained the Leadership Team developed names for campus facilities and
parking lots. They are Child Care Center, Public Safety Complex, Ag/Auto Center,
Criminal Justice Building (formerly 700), Health Science Center, Community Dental
Clinic, and East Lot/Main Lot/West Lot. These facility names will be used starting
immediately.

Under Personnel, Mr. Tuescher moved to accept the retirement of Marcia Hampton
from her position as Nursing-Associate Degree Instructor effective May 20, 2010. Ms.
Kingeter seconded the motion; motion carried.

Jeff Vitense and Tom Burke, representatives from the Trane Company, presented an
introduction and overview of the building automation system in use at the College for
Energy Management. Live/real time connection and data were explained and
demonstrated with an emphasis put on energy saving measures and equipment. Both
new and remodeled areas of the College were highlighted. The College qualifies for
Focus on Energy rebates, which have been applied for. These tools monitor the
buildings and energy efficiencies are determined from the usage.

Stacy Martin, Human Resources Director, presented a demonstration on the new
suggestion system created for staff to submit continuous improvement ideas and
initiatives. The President’s Cabinet reviews the log biweekly and to date the
suggestions have saved over $7,000. The Board suggested the college market this and
present it at a quarterly Boards Association meeting. They also suggested a system be
implemented for students to make suggestions.

Barb Tucker, Evaluation Coordinator, presented a “walk through” of a Quality Review
Process (QRP) program review. Ms. Tucker took the Board through the program
scorecard, data review, and the improvement plan development. Ms. Tucker noted that
each of the programs has been through the QRP cycle once and the second rotation
will start next year along with a QRP review for service areas.

Joan Senn, Vice President of Learning, reviewed the FTE report. The College is on
target to end the year with 1,710 FTEs. The Application Report for Fall 2010 shows
applications have increased by 269. The Board would like to see the numbers of
students included in the FTE report.

Under the Chairperson’s Report, the Board members were asked to assist with the
Board Appointment meeting at the outlying sites in Richland Center, Dodgeville, and
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Darlington. Volunteers were obtained. The Board was reminded of the Spring Boards
Association meeting on April 30-May 1 in Racine. Board members commented they
enjoyed reading The Tech Transmitter and would like to continue to receive the
publication.

Under the College President’s Report, Dr. Knox shared that the Clinical Laboratory
Technician program was approved at the State Board meeting on March 24. Stacey
Hermansen, Southwest Tech’s student representative to the All State Phi Theta Kappa
Team, was named to the All National Team and has received a $1,000 scholarship from
Coca Cola.

The College is part of a Tax Incremental Financing district modification in Shullsburg.
Don Tuescher volunteered to attend the meeting.

Jaime Klein, Information Technology Director, updated the Board on the CAMS
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) System. The College has received its first round
of data and is currently doing data validation and verification. The go live date for
CAMS is June 1. Dynamics, the financial side of the ERP system, is also moving
along. The go live date for Dynamics is July 1.

The next Board meeting will be Wednesday April 28, 2010, at 7:00 p.m. Items on the
agenda include a presentation by Dan Clancy, WTCS President, and Stan Davies,
WTCS State Board President; grant activities; and the 2010-11 Budget.

With no further business to come before the Board, Mr. Kohlenberg moved to adjourn.
Mr. Moyer seconded the motion; motion carried. The meeting adjourned at 9:22 p.m.




                                         _____________________________________
                                         Jacqueline K. Kingeter, Secretary




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C. Financial Reports
  1. Purchase Orders Greater Than $2500

                                          SOUTHWEST WISCONSIN TECHNICAL COLLEGE
                                     OUTSTANDING PURCHASE ORDERS GREATER THAN $2,500
                                           FOR THE PERIOD 3/1/2010 TO 3/31/2010


PO DATE        PO #         VENDOR NAME                PO AMOUNT      DESCRIPTION

GENERAL
FUND

  03/12/10     0000005429   BLACKBOARD, INC.               3,000.00   3 mo managed hosting license - Center for Learning Innovation

                                           SUBTOTAL    $ 3,000.00



CAPITAL FUND

  03/02/10     0000005426   BLACKHAWK COMPANY, INC.      21,182.90    Furniture - Building 200 remodel - Facilities Dept.

  03/05/10     0000005427   HARRIS GOLF CARS               9,000.00   Golf/utility carts - Golf Course Management Program


                                           SUBTOTAL    $ 30,182.90



                                               TOTAL   $ 33,182.90




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2. Treasurer’s Cash Balance

                       Southwest Wisconsin Technical College
                    Report of Treasurers Cash Balance 3/31/10



  Liability End of Month
  Balances

  FICA                                         -
  Federal Withholding                          -
  State Withholding                   23,202.42
  Teachers Retirement                          -
  Wisconsin Retirement                         -
  Hospitalization                              -
  Dental Insurance                             -
  Credit Union                                 -
  Tax Sheltered Annuity                        -
  Deferred Compensation                        -
  American Family Insurance                    -
  Foundation                                   -
  PSA Dues                                     -
  SWACTE Dues                                  -
  Garnishment                                  -
  Child Care                                   -
  Accrued Vacation Payable           417,038.00
  Sick Leave Payable                 244,408.00
  Other (Due To)                  13,745,582.68

  Total Liability Adjustment      14,430,231.10

  Beginning Treasurers Balance                                    9,964,661.11

  Receipt
       Fund
    1 General                         478,539.10
    2 Special Revenue                           -
    3 Capital Projects                     36.93
    4 Debt Service                              -
    5 Enterprise                       39,393.07
    6 Internal Service                291,946.24
    7 Financial Aid/Activities        124,214.18

  Total Receipts                                    934,129.52

  Cash Available                                                 10,898,790.63

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Expenses
     Fund
  1 General                    1,591,436.27
  2 Special Revenue                        -
  3 Capital Projects             604,409.72
  4 Debt Service                           -
  5 Enterprise                    64,786.77
  6 Internal Service             272,778.50
  7 Financial Aid/Activities     124,223.67

Total Expenses                                 2,657,634.93

Treasurers Cash Balance                                        8,241,155.70
Liability Adjustment                                          14,430,231.10
Cash in Bank                                                  22,671,386.80




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3. Budget Control
                                              Southwest Wisconsin Technical College
                                                   YTD Summary for Funds 1-7
                                               For 9 Months ended March 31, 2010

                                         2009-10              2009-10           2009-10       2008-09   2007-08   2006-07
                                          Budget             YTD Actual         Percent       Percent   Percent   Percent

  General Fund Revenue                 21,127,000.00       17,657,066.03              83.58     80.05     76.28     76.28
  General Fund Expenditures            21,127,000.00       13,969,141.01              66.12     65.84     68.69     68.69

  Capital Projects Fund Revenue        26,050,000.00       25,960,054.88            99.65       99.21     97.58     97.58
  Capital Projects Fund Expenditures    7,900,000.00       19,557,348.48           247.56       28.71     45.95     45.95

  Debt Service Fund Revenue            5,009,000.00                    -                  -         -         -         -
  Debt Service Fund Expenditures       5,009,000.00           260,290.64               5.20      2.63      4.82      4.82

  Enterprise Fund Revenue              1,600,000.00         1,153,968.25              72.12     63.36     84.61     84.61
  Enterprise Fund Expenditure          1,430,000.00         1,110,473.59              77.66     57.82     69.11     69.11

  Internal Service Fund Revenue        3,450,000.00         2,375,494.24              68.85     69.46    62.69     62.69
  Internal Service Fund Expenditures   3,450,000.00         2,386,428.64              69.17     75.57     67.09     67.09

  Trust & Agency Fund Revenue          5,290,000.00         6,339,924.43           119.85       81.53    104.28    104.28
  Trust & Agency Fund Expenditures     5,290,000.00         6,269,817.84           118.52       81.32    103.18    103.18


  Grand Total Revenue                  62,526,000.00       53,486,507.83              85.54     76.70     74.62     74.62
  Grand Total Expenditures             44,206,000.00       43,553,500.20              98.52     55.12     67.21     67.21




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D.Contract Revenue




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E. Out-of-State Tuition Waiver


  Southwest Wisconsin Technical College requests authority from the Wisconsin
  Technical College System President to remit out-of-state tuition for 320 credits
  for 10 needy and worthy students during the 2010-11 academic year. The district
  projects 1780 FTEs (net of Community Services) for the year.




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F. 2010-11 ACCT Membership




Recommendation: Approve the consent agenda.




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Construction Update
  A. Progress of Construction and Remodeling

    1. Review of Building Names

       Derek Dachelet will be present to update the Board on building names.


    2. Signage Plan

       Jim Gerrits, Director of Facilities, will review the Signage Plan with the
       Board.


    3. Public Safety Complex

       Doug Barnes, Zimmerman Architectural Studios, will present the plans for
       the Public Safety Complex.




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Other Items Requiring Board Action
A. Bids
      1. Fitness Equipment
Bid #0910-08 Fitness Equipment
The public opening of Bid# 0910-08 for fitness equipment was held at 2:00 p.m. on Friday, April 16. Nine vendors received the bid document
information and five vendors responded to the bid request. Bid results are as follows:

                                 Company Name/Address         Company Name/Address         Company Name/Address            Company Name/Address           Company Name/Address
                               Summit Commercial Fitness        Freemotion Fitness                 Single Source                  NOVA Fitness                  MGL Fitness Inc
                                       Monona, WI                    Savage, MN                    Franklin, WI                    Omaha, NE                     Green Bay, WI

            EQUIPMENT          Name/Number          Price     Name/Number          Price   Name/Number             Price   Name/Number           Price   Name/Number          Price

Incline Trainer/Treadmill                                     FMTK7256P (2)       12,590   NO BID                          FMTK7256P (2)       14,990    FMTK7256P (2)        10,398

Total Body Arc Trainer       Matrix A5x-02           4,798    NO BID                       NO BID                          FMSR84409             5,995   750AT                    4,999

Chest                        NO BID                           F600                 3,895   NM-300                  3,995   F600                  3,895   F600                     3,595

Row                          NO BID                           F604                 3,595   NM-537                  3,595   F604                  3,595   F604                     3,295

Squat                        NO BID                           F610                 5,995   C-403                   5,995   F610                  5,995   F610                     5,495

Abdominal                    NO BID                           F611                 3,295   NM-700                  3,495   F611                  3,295   F611                     2,995

Hamstring                    NO BID                           F608                 3,295   C-107                   3,295   F608                  3,295   F608                     2,995

Dual Cable Cross             NO BID                  1,995    F624                 5,495   NM-205                  5,495   F624                  5,495   F624                 5,295

3 Tier Dumbbell Rack         Hampton                   499    NO BID                       GTDR-3                   995    Troy GTDR              695    GTDR-3                    449
8 Sided Rubber Encased
Dumbbells                    Hampton Urethane        1,550    NO BID                       SDR                     1,549   Troy                  2,170   SDH-R                    1,499

Adjustable Bench             Matrix                     699   GZFW2031              795    B-177                    895                                  GZFW2031                  795

Shipping/Delivery/Install                               700                        3,111                           3,150                         3,960                            3,389

Total Package Bid                                   10,241                        42,066                       32,459                          53,380                         45,199

Student activity funds have been designated by the Student Senate for the purchase of this new equipment which will be housed in the new fitness
center in the Health Science Center.

Only one of the five respondents submitted a complete bid meeting all of the required specifications.

Recommendation: Award the fitness equipment bid to MGL Fitness, Inc. in the amount of $45,199.
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B. Five-year Certification Plan
  The State Certification Code, as found in the Wisconsin Administrative Code
  TCS 3, requires a district plan of recertification activities. In compliance with the
  Code, the Plan was developed by the local Certification Committee.




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                      DISTRICT PLAN OF RECERTIFICATION ACTIVITIES
                                   Revised March 2010

                                          TABLE OF CONTENTS

                                                                                                      Page

I.          PLAN OVERVIEW ------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3

     A.     Introduction ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3

     B.     Objectives ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 3

     C.     Types of Certification --------------------------------------------------------------------- 3

     D.     Positions Requiring Certification ------------------------------------------------------- 4

     E.     Course Requirements for Certification ------------------------------------------------ 4

II.         RENEWAL PLAN FOR FIVE-YEAR CERTIFICATION -------------------------- 5

     A.     Policy Statement --------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5

     B.     Renewal Activities ------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6

III.        RENEWAL PLAN FOR PROVISIONAL CERTIFICATION --------------------- 9

     A.     Policy Statement --------------------------------------------------------------------------- 9

     B.     Renewal Activities ------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10

IV.         PLAN FOR PART-TIME APPROVAL CERTIFICATION ------------------------ 10

     A.     Policy Statement --------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10

     B.     Renewal Activities ------------------------------------------------------------------------- 11

V.        Appeal Process -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 11

     A.     Policy Statement ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 11

     B.     Procedure ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 11

Appendix A -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 12




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I. PLAN OVERVIEW

 A. Introduction

    The State Certification Code, as found in the Wisconsin Administrative Code
    TCS 3, requires a district plan of recertification activities. In compliance with
    the Code, the following plan was developed by the local Certification
    Committee, presented to the SWTC District Board on, April 28, 2010 and
    approved by the Board as a District administrative policy effective June 1,
    2010, as approved by the State Certification Committee.

 B. Objectives

    1. To support personal and professional growth of staff which will enhance,
       expand, and increase professional knowledge and skills.

    2. To promote individual professional staff improvement to keep pace with
       ever-changing concepts, procedures, and practices in education and in
       fields of technical specialty.

    3. To enhance the image of the College and District by encouraging staff to
       further extend service to the community.

    4. To meet the requirements of the Wisconsin Administrative Code TCS-3.

 C. Types of Certification

    1. Five-year Certification is granted to personnel who are employed full-time or
       part-time in state-designated programs and have completed all of the
       educational and occupational requirements.

    2. Provisional Certification is granted to personnel who are employed full-time
       in state-designated programs and have not met the requirements for the
       Five-year Certificate.

    3. Part-time Provisional Certification is granted to personnel who are employed
       part-time in state-designated programs and have not met the requirements
       for the Five-year Certificate. This classification includes occupational (i.e.,
       accounting, nursing) instructors teaching more than two courses for a
       certification period and all part-time general studies/academic (i.e., science,
       math) instructors not at five-year status, regardless of the number of
       courses taught for a certification period.

    4. Approval Certification is granted to personnel already holding a Provisional,
       Part-time Provisional, or Five-year Certificate. The Approval Certificate shall
       certify an additional instructional area or courses and shall be issued only
       when the approval area certified equals less than one-half of the person's
       annual teaching assignment.




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   5. Part-time Approval Certification is granted only to occupational instructors
      employed part-time in state-designated programs whom have not met the
      requirements for the Five-year Certificate, and who are not teaching more
      than two courses for a certification period.

D. Positions Requiring Certification

   The following positions require formal Wisconsin Technical College System
   certification.

        Instructor - individual who has responsibility for the delivery of classroom
        instruction

        Instructional Supervisor - individual who supervises certified staff and/or
        manages one or more instructional programs

        Instructional-Related Supervisor - individual who supervises instructional-
        related staff

        Instructional Administrator - individual who has responsibility for
        administering the overall educational program of the District or for an
        assigned portion of the overall educational program of the District

        Instructional-Related Administrator - individual responsible for
        administering the overall instructional-related program of the District

        Counselor - individual responsible for counseling students on vocational/
        career and personal concerns through the use of interview, test, and other
        techniques based on modern counseling principles

        Librarian - individual responsible for operating and managing a library
        and/or library services program

        Instructional Specialist - individual assigned to advise and assist
        instructional staff in development and use of various curriculum materials,
        instructional devices, and presentation techniques

        AODA Facilitator- individual who is assigned to coordinate AODA program
        activities

E. Instructor Course Requirements for Five-Year Certification

   1.   #50 Curriculum/Course Construction                2 credits
   2.   #51 Technical and Adult Education in WTCS         2 credits
   3.   #52 Teaching Methods                              2 credits
   4.   #53 Educational Psychology                        2 credits
   5.   #54 Educational Evaluation                        2 credits
   6.   #55 Guidance and Counseling                       2 credits
   7.   #69 Educational Diversity                         2 credits
   8.   #57 Major or 30 Credits in appropriate area for academic instructors


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II.   RENEWAL PLAN FOR FIVE-YEAR CERTIFICATION

      A. Policy Statement

         1. Requirements

            All individuals holding five-year certificates are required to renew
            certification with a total of six credits every five years through one or a
            combination of the following:
            * Completing six approved semester credits of study
            * Completing the equivalent of two months of appropriate occupational
                 experience
            * Completing six professional growth activity credits, as defined in the
                 District Certification Plan.

         2. Approval of Activities

            Certification and recertification activities are recorded in an electronic
            database. The database can be accessed from on or off campus. Once the
            activity is complete the employee submits the required verification of
            completion to the District Certification Officer. At that time the District
            Certification Officer will review the activity and check approved in the
            database. The database will record the number of hours and credits and
            will provide the employee with an instant summary of renewal activities and
            credits.

         3. Verification of Completion

            Completed activities must be verified by submitting the following
            documentation to the Certification Office:
            * Courses - official transcript
            * Workshops, Conferences, Seminars, Noncredit Courses - completion
               certificate and/or agenda showing date of activity and hours attended
            * Occupational Experience - verification of employment form
            * All Other Activities - a signed statement from the individual directly
               supervising the activity indicating the date(s) of the activity, the number
               of hours involved, and the nature of the activity
            * Credit awarded based on verified hours of attendance

         4. Credit Limits

            Credits may be accumulated from any or all categories up to the maximum
            credit limit established for each category.

         5. Time Limits

            All activities completed toward certification renewal will be counted only in
            the current five-year renewal period. Activity completed during the final
            summer of a renewal period, beginning no earlier than May 1 of that year,
            may be applied toward either the period expiring on August 31 or the next

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      renewal period. This is the only allowable carryover.

B. Renewal Activities

   To qualify for certification purposes, the proposed professional growth
   activity shall be within the guidelines described in the following section.

   1. Courses (undergraduate or graduate)          Maximum: 6 credits

      Completing a university level graduate or undergraduate course in a subject
      area related to the individual's current and/or future role is acceptable as an
      approved recertification activity on a credit-for-credit basis up to the maxi-
      mum of six credits. Courses are not required to be part of a structured
      program leading to the awarding of a degree to be acceptable.

   2. Work Experience                              Maximum: 6 credits

      Paid occupational experience that is directly related to the employee's
      current and/or future work assignment is acceptable renewal activity.
      This occupational experience must update or increase the skills and/or
      knowledge applicable to the employee's job. A maximum of six credits or
      330 hours of occupational experience may be awarded per renewal period.
      This option applies to both academic and occupational employees.

      Renewal - Five-Year Certification

          1 credit = 55 hours                      4 credits = 220 hours
          2 credits = 110 hours                    5 credits = 275 hours
          3 credits = 165 hours                    6 credits = 330 hours

   3. Approved Professional Growth Activities

      Approved professional growth activities may include, but are not limited to:

      a. Courses                                   Maximum: 6 credits

          Completion of an associate degree, technical diploma, or continuing
          education course in a subject area related to the individual's current
          and/or future role is acceptable as a professional growth activity. This
          item is limited to a maximum of six credits per renewal period.

          Audited courses will be based on hours attended with 40 hours needed
          for one credit.

      b. Workshop, Conference, Seminar             Maximum: 3 credits

          Attendance at a workshop, conference, or seminar where the subject is
          related to the District's purpose and/or the individual's current and/or
          future role or performance in the District. This may include participation
          on a state or District administratively approved task force, discipline
          review team, or program evaluation team. Noncredit courses also

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   qualify. Credits awarded will be based on hours of attendance, with 40
   hours equaling one credit.

   Partial credits may be accumulated to equal one or more credits. This
   item is limited to a maximum of three credits per renewal period.

c. Teaching                                 Maximum: 3 credits

   Nonteaching certified personnel teaching a graduate, undergraduate,
   associate degree, or technical diploma course, or certified instructional
   personnel teaching a higher level course beyond regular assignment will
   be recognized as an accepted recertification activity based upon the
   same number of credits as earned by the student. The experience of
   teaching at the indicated levels is the basis herein for recognition of the
   activity for recertification purposes. This item is limited to one course
   each recertification period, not to exceed three credits per renewal
   period.

d. Professional Service                     Maximum: 2 credits

   Performance as a chairperson, other officer, committee chairperson, or
   planning committee member of a recognized national, state, regional, or
   local professional, work-related, or community service activity, relevant
   to the specific area of instruction or job responsibility, is an approved
   recertification activity. Credits awarded will be based on hours of
   attendance, with 40 hours equaling one credit. Partial credits may be
   accumulated to equal one or more credits. This item is limited to two
   credits each recertification period.

e. Professional Speaking                    Maximum: 2 credits

   Responsibility for making a formal presentation at a professional
   conference, workshop, or seminar may be recognized as an approved
   recertification activity with the presentation and preparation time both
   used to calculate professional growth. Credits awarded will be based on
   hours of presentation and preparation time, with 40 hours equaling one
   credit. The maximum ratio of preparation time to presentation time,
   however, is three to one. Partial credits may be accumulated to equal
   one or more credits. This item is limited to two credits each
   recertification period.

f. Innovative Activities/Projects           Maximum: 4 credits

   A staff member may initiate an innovative activity that is not part of a
   regular work assignment to be considered for recertification credits. The
   initiator will present a proposal describing the activity to the immediate
   supervisor for review and approval. The number of recertification credits
   is based upon 40 hours of participation equaling one credit but limited to
   a maximum of two credits per project.

 Activities may include, but are not limited to the following:

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   1. Mentoring another staff member
   2. Interning in another setting other than primary assignment
   3. First time teaching using a new delivery system
   4. Providing in-service activities or programs to SWTC staff/faculty
   5. Initiating a new professional organization on campus for staff/faculty
   6. Researching and writing a grant or proposal
   7. Preparing and obtaining state/national program certifications /
      accreditation
   8. International Travel
           a) Define educational objectives prior to travel
           b) Define plan to identify how objectives will be met
           c) Provide a presentation upon return (students, staff, advisory
               committee, etc.)
           d) Have approval of supervisor/Dean

g. Literary Accomplishment                Maximum: 2-4 credits

   Researching and writing commercially published materials related to the
   staff person's role is suitable for professional growth credit.

   An article for a professional magazine qualifies with a minimum of 40
   hours of preparation needed for one credit. A maximum of two credits
   will be allowed.

   A published textbook prepared by the staff member also qualifies. A
   minimum of 40 hours of preparation will be expected for this kind of
   project and a maximum of four credits will be allowed.

   The staff member must submit a proposal detailing the project to the
   immediate supervisor who will decide the maximum number of hours
   and credits to be awarded.

h. Curriculum Development                 Maximum: 3 credits

   Development of the curriculum for a course can be used as evidence of
   professional development.

   Curriculum Development activities may include, but are not limited to the
   following:
   1. Program modification
   2. New course development
   3. Course modification
   4. Special institutional objectives
       a) conversion of existing course to WIDS
       b) conversion of curriculum to a different medium such as
          internet

   Credits awarded will be based on hours of preparation time, with
   40 hours equaling one credit. Revisions and updating of a
   curriculum which is part of the instructor's regular assignment
   may not be used for recertification.

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III.   RENEWAL PLAN FOR PROVISIONAL CERTIFICATION

  A. Policy Statement

       1. Requirements

          Full-time Staff

          All full-time staff holding provisional certificates are required to renew
          certification with a total of six credits every two years after an initial three-
          year period by completing the following:
          - Six approved semester credits of the required certification courses, or
          - Equivalent required certification course content offered through District
            in-service

          Part-time Instructors (less than 50% annual teaching assignment)

          All part-time staff holding part-time provisional certificates are required to
          renew certification with a total of two credits every two years after an initial
          three-year period by completing the following:
          - Two approved semester credits of required certification courses, or
          - Equivalent required certification course content offered through the
            District

       2. Approval of Activities

          Certification and recertification activities are recorded in an electronic
          database. The database can be accessed from on or off campus. Once the
          activity is complete the employee submits the required verification of
          completion to the District Certification Officer. At that time the District
          Certification Officer will review the activity and check approved in the
          database. The database will record the number of hours and credits and
          will provide the employee with an instant summary of renewal activities and
          credits.

       3. Verification of Completion

          Completed activities must be verified by submitting the following
          documentation to the Certification Office:
          - Certification courses (university level graduate or undergraduate) - official
            transcript
          - Certification courses (offered through the District) - documentation
            (usually certificate) of completion awarded by the provider

       4. Time Limits

          All initial provisional certificates are granted for a three-year period with
          each subsequent renewal on a two-year basis, beginning on September 1
          and ending on August 31. All activities completed toward certification
          renewal will be counted only in the current renewal period.

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            Activity completed during the final summer of a renewal period, beginning
            no earlier than May 1 of that year, may be applied toward either the period
            expiring on August 31 or the next renewal period. This is the only allowable
            carryover.

      B. Renewal Activities

         To qualify for certification purposes, the proposed renewal activity shall be
         within the guidelines previously described in the Policy Statement of this plan.

IV.   RENEWAL PLAN FOR PART-TIME APPROVAL CERTIFICATION

      A. Policy Statement

         1. Requirements

            All individuals holding part-time approval certificates are required to renew
            certification with an equivalent of two credits every two years after an initial
            three-year period by completing the following:
            - two months of appropriate occupational experience plus ten hours of
                 approved in-service related to the required certification courses State
                 Approved 10 hr activities for designated programs only
                 http://systemattic.wtcsystem.org/certification/Cert/ten-hour/INDEX.HTM
            or
            - completion of one (2 credits) required certification course at university
                 level or District in-service equivalent.

         2. Approval of Activities

            Certification and recertification activities are recorded in an electronic
            database. The database can be accessed from on or off campus. Once the
            activity is complete the employee submits the required verification of
            completion to the District Certification Officer. At that time the District
            Certification Officer will review the activity and check approved in the
            database. The database will record the number of hours and credits and
            will provide the employee with an instant summary of renewal activities and
            credits.

         3. Verification of Completion

            Completed activities must be verified by submitting the following
            documentation to the Certification Office:
            - Certification courses (university level graduate or undergraduate) - official
              transcript
            - Certification course (offered through the District) - documentation (usually
              certificate) of completion awarded by the provider
            - Occupational experience - Verification of Employment Form

         4. Time Limits


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             All initial approval certificates are granted for a three-year period with each
             subsequent renewal on a two-year basis, beginning on September 1
             and ending on August 31. All activities completed toward certification
             renewal will be counted only in the current renewal period. Activity
             completed during the final summer of a renewal period, beginning no earlier
             than May 1 of that year, may be applied toward either the period expiring on
             August 31 or the next renewal period. This is the only allowable carryover.

     B.   Renewal Activities

          To qualify for certification purposes, the proposed renewal activity shall be
          within the guidelines previously described in the Policy Statement of this plan.

V.    APPEAL PROCESS

     A.   Policy Statement

          Any person aggrieved by a decision of the district resulting from district action
          or inaction may initiate an appeal and must follow the district appeal procedure
          as outlined below. The district appeal procedure shall not be a prerequisite to
          initiation of an appeal with the board.

B.    Procedure

      1. District Certification Appeal Process:
         All appeals are to be received in writing by the Chair of the District Certification
         Committee within 45 days of the action or inaction which serves as the basis for
         the appeal. The Chair of the District Certification Committee will provide written
         acknowledgment of the appeal within 15 days of receipt of the written appeal.
         The District Certification Committee will have 45 days after receipt of the written
         appeal, unless the parties agree to an extension of time, to provide a written
         determination of the complaint. At that time the person will also be notified of
         the right to appeal the decision of the district to the State Office.

      2. Board Certification Appeal Process:
         Any person aggrieved by a decision of the district or any person or district
         aggrieved by a certification decision of the State Office may file an appeal
         under ch. TCS 4 and ch. 227, Stats., as follows:

          For a person aggrieved by a decision of the district, the appeal shall be filed
          within 45 days following the receipt of the written determination from the District
          Certification Committee, or 45 days following the district action or inaction
          which serves as the basis for the appeal if the district appeal procedure is not
          utilized.

          For a person or district aggrieved by a decision of the State Office, whether by
          action or inaction, the appeal shall by filed with the State Office within 45 days
          following the action or inaction which serves as the basis for the appeal.




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                                                                                  APPENDIX A
           CERTIFICATION/RECERTIFICATION SUMMARY

FIVE-YEAR CERTIFICATION
  Granted to those who are employed full-time or part-time in state-designated
  programs and have completed all of the educational and occupational requirements
  of a Provisional Certificate.
  Renew certification through one of the following within five years:
   Six approved semester credits
   Completing the equivalent of two months of appropriate occupational experience
   Completing six professional growth activity credits including; workshops,
      seminars, conferences, work experience, and professional service or speaking
      etc. as identified in Southwest Tech’s Professional Development Plan
          o Must meet credit requirements to be recertified and be able to continue to
             teach

PROVISIONAL
  Granted to those who are employed full-time in state-designated programs and have
  not met the requirements for the Five-Year Certificate.
   Full-time teaching in an area (not 1 course)
   Have an initial 3 years to get 6 credits of the 14 required credits (7 required
     courses at 2 credits each), then recertified for an additional 2 years to get
     another 6 credits until all 7 required courses are met
        o Must meet credit requirements to be recertified and be able to continue to
            teach
   Once completed all 7 required courses, certification changes to a Five-Year and
     would need 6 credits (activities mentioned above) in 5 years
   #57 Major or 30 Credits in appropriate area for academic instructors


PART-TIME PROVISIONAL
  Granted to employees employed part-time by a district in a program approved by the
  board and have not met the requirements for the Five-Year Certificate. Part-time
  instructor teaching in an area
   Have an initial 3 years to complete 2 credits of the 7 required courses, then
      recertified for another 2 years to achieve another 2 credits until all 7 required
      courses are met
         o Must meet credit requirements to be recertified and be able to continue to
              teach
   Once completed all 7 required courses, certification changes to a Five-Year and
      would need 6 credits (activities mentioned above) in 5 years
   #57 Major or 30 Credits in appropriate area for academic instructors


PART-TIME APPROVAL
  Granted only to occupational instructors employed part-time by a district in a
  program approved by the board and have not meet the requirements for the Five-
  Year Certification.
   Part-time occupational instruction teaching one course in an area
   Maximum of two courses taught per certification period
   Have an initial 3 years to complete 2 credits of the 7 required courses, then
     recertified for another 2 years to achieve another 2 credits until all 7 required
     courses are met

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          o Must meet credit requirements to be recertified and be able to continue to
              teach
      Once completed all 7 required courses, certification changes to a Five-Year and
       would need 6 credits (activities mentioned above) in 5 years
      State approved 10 hour inservice activities and two months of appropriate
       occupational experience plus ten hours of approved in-service related to the
       required certification courses or

APPROVAL STATUS (LESS THAN 50% OF ANNUAL TEACHING ASSIGNMENT)
   Granted to instructor already holding Part-Time Provisional, Provisional, or Five-
   Year Certification for additional instructional area or courses and shall be issued only
   when the approval area certified equals less than 50% of the persons annual
   teaching assignment. If workload increases, certification can increase, but so do the
   credits for renewal.
    Granted to anyone Part-Time Provisional, Provisional, or Five-Year Certificate
    The approval certificate shall certify an additional instructional area or courses
      and shall be issued only when the approval area certified equals less than one-
      half of the person’s annual teaching assignment.
    Recertification follows the other type of certification held




Recommendation: Approve the District Plan of Recertification Activities 2010-2015.




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  C. Personnel




Board Monitoring of College Effectiveness
  A. AQIP Systems Portfolio Update

       Stacy Martin, Director of Human Resources, will present an update on the
       AQIP Systems Portfolio. The updated portfolio is due to The Higher Learning
       Commission June 1.


  B. Environmental Scanning

       The College recently contracted with a consulting firm to conduct a regional
       Environmental Scan. Susan Davis Allen, Director of Institutional
       Advancement, will present the Environmental Scan Report.


  C. 2010-11 Budget

       Caleb White, Director of Fiscal Services, will present the 2010-11 Budget.
       The budget will be available at the meeting.




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Information and Correspondence
       A.      Enrollment Report

                                            2008-2009 and 2009-2010 FTE Comparison
                                                                                                                            Per Cent
Program                                           04/20/2009   04/19/2010   Student    04/20/2009   04/19/2010    FTE        of FTE
  Type                 Program Title               Students     Students    Change        FTE          FTE       Change     change

  10        Accounting                                   66           68           2       56.43        51.07      (5.36)     -9.50%
  10        Administrative Assistant                     10           11           1        7.40         7.47        0.07      0.95%
  10        Agri-Business/Science Technology             27           36           9       25.10        33.26        8.16     32.51%
  10        Business Management                          50           83          33       33.53        58.90       25.37     75.66%
  10        Colaborative Assoc-Arts&Science               2            0         (2)        0.80         0.00      (0.80)   -100.00%
  10        Criminal Justice - Law Enforcement           71           75           4       68.70        64.26      (4.44)     -6.46%
  10        Culinary Management                          31           34           3       22.67        24.41        1.74      7.68%
  10        Direct Entry Midwife                         18           24           6       10.07        13.97        3.90     38.73%
  10        Early Childhood Education                    27           43          16       17.90        32.13       14.23     79.50%
  10        Electro-Mechanical Technology                42           55          13       40.53        51.34       10.81     26.67%
  10        Finance (Business Adm)                       25            6        (19)       24.14         3.00     (21.14)    -87.57%
  10        Golf Course Management                       36           30         (6)       30.30        28.70      (1.60)     -5.28%
  10        Graphic and Web Design                       30           48          18       22.90        34.87       11.97     52.27%
  10        Human Services Associate                     80          122          42       52.86        72.46       19.60     37.08%
  10        IT-Computer Support Specialist               23           27           4       15.23        19.20        3.97     26.07%
  10        IT-Network Comm Spec                         33           38           5       26.30        29.33        3.03     11.52%
  10        IT-Programmer/Analyst                         0            0           0        0.00         0.00        0.00      0.00%
  10        IT-Web Analyst/Programmer                    17           25           8       12.66        20.77        8.11     64.06%
  10        Individualized Technical Studies              6            3         (3)        5.07         2.23      (2.84)    -56.02%
  10        Marketing                                     2            0         (2)        0.87         0.00      (0.87)   -100.00%
  10        Mechanical Design Technician                 25           28           3       21.44        20.26      (1.18)     -5.50%



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10   Nursing - Associate Deg                 197   207    10    102.43    87.97   (14.46)    -14.12%
10   Supervisory Management                   19    25     6     14.13    17.53      3.40    24.06%

     Total Associate Degree                  837   988   151    611.46   673.13    61.67     10.09%

31   Accounting Assistant                     10    10      0     7.24     9.07      1.83    25.28%
32   Agricultural Power & Equipment Tech      34    33    (1)    33.70    34.17      0.47     1.39%
31   Auto Collision Repair & Refinish Tech    27    28      1    18.43    17.47    (0.96)     -5.21%
32   Automotive Technician                    28    28      0    27.70    29.16      1.46     5.27%
31   Barber/Cosmetologist                     27    34      7    23.54    31.70      8.16    34.66%
31   Bricklaying and Masonry                  17    17      0    14.84    14.60    (0.24)     -1.62%
31   Building Trades - Carpentry              18    16    (2)    16.97    15.04    (1.93)    -11.37%
31   Child Care Services                       9    13      4     7.23     9.80      2.57    35.55%
30   Criminal Justice-Law Enf Acad            20    15    (5)    10.00     7.90    (2.10)    -21.00%
31   Culinary Specialist                       0    10     10     0.00     9.82      9.82   100.00%
31   Dairy Herd Management                    16    29     13    16.50    30.63     14.13    85.64%
30   Dental Assistant                         15    16      1     8.13     8.00    (0.13)     -1.60%
50   Electricity (Construction)               14    10    (4)     1.73     1.33    (0.40)    -23.12%
31   Esthetician                              10    13      3     8.50     9.14      0.64     7.53%
30   Farm Business & Production Manage       125    77   (48)    16.67    10.73    (5.94)    -35.63%
50   Industrial Electrician Apprentice         8     6    (2)     0.87     0.70    (0.17)    -19.54%
31   Machine Tool Operation                    9    12      3     9.17    11.43      2.26    24.65%
50   Maintenance Mechanic/Millwright           3     2    (1)     0.47     0.27    (0.20)     0.00%
31   Medical Assistant                        46    53      7    33.53    40.03      6.50    19.39%
30   Medical Coding Specialist                58    56    (2)    19.13    22.87      3.74    19.55%
31   Medical Transcription                    46    39    (7)    23.20    18.26    (4.94)    -21.29%
30   Nursing Assistant                       208   166   (42)    24.20    18.20    (6.00)    -24.79%
30   Office Aide                              24    13   (11)    16.73     6.13   (10.60)    -63.36%
31   Office Support Specialist                14    23      9    17.87    19.70      1.83    10.24%
31   Performance Engine Machining Tech        11     0   (11)    11.40     0.00   (11.40)   -100.00%
31   Practical Nursing-Night/Wknd              5     3    (2)     1.30    12.94     11.64   895.38%




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50   Tech Plumbing                          20      21           1      3.43      3.72       0.29   8.45%
31   Welding                                43      41         (2)     32.13     35.26       3.13   9.74%

     Total Technical Diploma                865     784       (81)    404.61    428.07      23.46   5.80%

     Undeclared Majors                    2284    2521         237    296.24    313.65      17.41   5.88%


     Total                                3986    4293         307   1312.31   1,414.85    102.54   7.81%


     Percent of Change                                    7.7020%                         7.8137%

     Basic Skills/Voc Adult Students      7069    7873         804
     Vocational Adult (Aid Codes 42-47)                                77.10     81.10       4.00   5.19%
     Basic Skills (Aid Codes 7x)                                      137.43    168.63      31.20   22.70%

     Grand Total                          11055   12166       1111   1526.84   1664.58     137.74   9.02%


     Total Percent of Change                              10.0498%                        9.0212%




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  B. Chairperson’s Report

  C. College President’s Report

  D. Other Information Items




Establish Board Agenda Items for Next Meeting
  A. Agenda
       1. Bid for 400 HVAC Equipment
       2. Nursing Petition Process
       3. State of College Report

  B. Time and Place

    Thursday, May 27, 2010, at 7:00 p.m. in the College Connection, Rooms 492-
    493



Adjourn to Closed Session

  A. Consideration of adjourning to closed session for the purpose of
     (1) discussing administrative compensation {Wis.Stats.19.85(1)(c)}



Reconvene to Open Session
  A. Action, if necessary, on Closed Session Item



Adjournment




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