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SAN JOSE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT 855 Lenzen Avenue, San José, California MINUTES Regular Session Meeting February 16, 2006 The Board of Education met in Regular Session on Thursday, February 16, 2006 in the Board Room, 855 Lenzen Avenue, San José, California. The following Board Members were present: Mr. Richard Garcia, President, Mr. Jorge González, Vice President, Mrs. Pam Foley, Mrs. Veronica Grijalva Lewis, Mrs. Leslie Reynolds, , and Miss Jessica Ortiz, Alternate Student Board Member. The following administrative staff members were present: Mr. Don Iglesias, Superintendent of Schools and Secretary to the Board of Education, Ms. Ann Jones, Chief Business Officer, and Dr. William Erlendson, Assistant Superintendent and Mrs. Rosa Molina, Assistant Superintendent. CALL MEETING TO ORDER The Regular Session meeting was called to order by Board President, Mr. Garcia, at 6:30 p.m., in the Board Room, at 855 Lenzen Avenue, San José, California. The pledge of allegiance was lead by Miss Jessica Ortiz, Alternate Student Board Member. ADOPT THE AGENDA Mrs. Foley moved that the Board of Education adopt the agenda. Mr. González seconded. Mr. Iglesias asked that the following amendments be made to the agenda: We have special guests from the Mexican Consulate General of San José who will be introduced by Mrs. Rosa Molina (Enrique Morales, Consul of Mexico for Community Affairs and Juan Carlos Sierra, Coordinator for the Institute of Mexicans Overseas.) On Page 11, Item VIII.12.26 - Independent Contract with TEC Productions, Inc. Change the location from Bret Harte to Castillero. On page 12, Item IX.B.2. - Amend Administrative Regulation 7214.2 - Citizen’s Bond Oversight Committees- In the background information, language under Section 4 has been amended to reflect a maximum of 14 members on the committee. On page 16, Item IX.F.3. - Change Order for Contract No. 9340C.- Delete Change Order No. 4 in the amount of $17,214.00. SPECIAL ORDER OF BUSINESS Introduction of Representatives from the Mexican Consulate General of San José Mrs. Molina announced that in collaboration with the Mexican Consulate General we are working to establish a Placa Comunitada within the Parent Education Office. The Board of Education is being asked to approve an action item on the consent calendar BOARD MINUTES- February 16, 2006 Page 2 regarding this agreement. Here this evening are the Honorable Enrique Morales, Consul of Mexico for Community Affairs and Honorable Juan Carlos Sierra, General Consul for Mexicans Overseas. She welcomed them and thanked them for coming. She reviewed what this collaboration would entail for academic services to Latino students and parents. The Honorable Morales and Sierra thanked the Board of Education for the services they provide for students and asked the Board to approve this collaboration. Mr. Garcia thanked them for the opportunity to help parents who will also be helping our students. •Staff Report on Employee Benefit Committee (EBC) - Mrs. Colleen Fanciullo, Manager, Human Resources Mrs. Fanciullo gave an overview of the health and welfare benefits offered to employees. The report included strategies used to lower plan costs, stop loss renewal, Blue Cross Prudent Buyer Network which replaced Foundation Network in 2004 and the monitoring of student dependents. During the benefit reenrollment period last June more than 450 dependents were dropped from the Foundation and Kaiser plans and more than 500 were dropped from the dental plan. This allowed a renewal rate savings of $1.8 million dollars. The report also projected savings for 2006-2007, further cost containment and other areas of concentration such as the Cafeteria 125 plan, and the Wellness Program. Mrs. Reynolds thanked Mrs. Fanciullo and the benefits department for doing such a great job! Mr. Garcia also thanked them. ORAL PETITIONS Mr. Garcia opened oral petitions at 6:46 p.m. The following community members addressed the Board of Education: 1. Ms. Janice Allen - Elementary Director for SJTA. She is speaking on behalf of Mrs. Marlene Mattoon, SJTA president who is away at a conference. She thanked Mrs. Fanciullo for attending their rep council meeting last night and presenting the benefits report to them. She also wanted to remind the Board that SJTA members benefits are paid for from their 67% fair share. She also stated that there needs to be a meeting to discuss the concerns and dissatisfaction of a majority of school sites regarding the usage and implementation of both benchmark tests and the District’s pacing calendars. If these tools are to be used districtwide then consistent, well thought out guidelines are needed in the best interests of all students in SJUSD. When Mrs. Mattoon returns she will be contacting the Superintendent and the Director of Curriculum to schedule a meeting as soon as possible. SJTA’s rep council would like to have Mrs. Jeanne Herrick attend the March rep council meeting to discuss these issues with the them, hear their concerns and answer questions. They appreciate the opportunity to address these two issues which has caused major dissent between classroom teachers. Mr. Iglesias said that he looks forward to the discussion on these two items. For our Program Improvement Schools it is a requirement that we move towards benchmark testing and pacing calendars and also best practices in terms of districts who are making significant change and gains in student performances. There are aspects of it that need to be talked through and wants to work together on it. Mrs. Allen stated that they do want teacher input particularly in regards to aligning benchmarks with the pacing calendars which tends to be a major problem. There needs to be a meeting regarding the usage addressed the Board of Education on behalf of San José Teachers Association. Mrs. Marlene Mattoon, SJTA president, is away at a conference BOARD MINUTES- February 16, 2006 Page 3 2. Mr. Chris Henriques - Parent at Trace. He spoke regarding the construction at Trace being potentially delayed and expressed his disappointment in this. He asked that the District step up the timeline and stay on task because they desperately need a new facility and the existing facility needs to be converted from a pod style to a more adequate facility. He understands that the money is available and that is not the reason for the delay. Mr. Steve Adamo, Manager of School Construction assured Mr. Henriques that the construction is on schedule and there is no delay. We have begun the master planning process and we have an architect working on that. We just finished the programming portion of that and are putting a rough magnitude cost of that to establish a budget. Late summer is the earliest we can begin site work. 3. Cecile Falk - Teacher at Castillero Middle School. She is hugely disappointed that there is no retirement incentive package this year. She has thirty-one years in the district and feels that her service to the district is not valued. The former superintendent after only seven years got lifetime benefits, other employees in previous years also received incentive packages. Now, all she gets is a one percent on the salary scale that is paltry. She is retiring in June and feels hurt and disappointed. Others feel the same way. 4. James Marshall - Teacher speaking for Gayle Kludt who could not attend the meeting. He read her statement. She is upset that there is no retirement incentive package being offered this year. She has taught in the District for thirty-four years. Mr. Garcia asked Mr. Iglesias to speak to the issue of retirement incentives. Mr. Iglesias said that the retirement incentives were never intended to be set up on an annual basis. They are designed to happen infrequently. The District has incurred $12 million dollars in debt because of some of the incentive packages. Declining enrollment is also a factor. The District is simply not able to offer a package this year. He apologized and stated that the District is not able to afford a package at this time and also stated that the District indeed honors and respects its teachers for their service and commitment to educating students. Mr. Garcia closed Oral Petitions at 7:02 p.m. VI. ANNOUNCEMENTS AND REPORTS Announcements and Reports by Board Members, Superintendent and Student Board Member (ORAL) Board Members may report on visits to schools, Conferences and meetings attended, and items of interest to the public. Miss Ortiz - Reported for Divya in her absence. Miss Ortiz was not able to attend the ILC meeting but heard that several of the board members did attend. She thanked the Board for their attendance. The main focuses were transportation, food service and teacher turnover. Alot of students were concerned especially about teacher turnover and wanted to know why that was happening. The Alternative Schools wanted the Board to look into them having a sports team and dances. Gunderson was offended by questions that were asked on the blood test about their sexual orientation. Students were upset that there was no money available to help pay for their AP tests. John Muir just finished their spring elections and they are going to start focusing on their April testing. Willow Glen is having their second blood drive and are working on their campus beautification. San José High had their Mother/Son dance and March madness is beginning. They also just finished their Cinderella musical. Leland had their Sadie Hawkins dance which was an 80’s theme and they are working on Read Across America program. Pioneer is still reorganizing their leadership class. Their slogan is “The Difference Between Ordinary and Extraordinary is a Little Something.” Leland and Lincoln are both working on Project Cornerstone. They BOARD MINUTES- February 16, 2006 Page 4 both attended the retreat that was held and Lincoln is trying to implement the changes that they heard could be made at the school sites. Mrs. Foley - The ILC meeting was great fun yesterday. It was warming to hear the intellect these kids were operating from. Last week, she attended the Castillero PTA meeting for Leslie who was celebrating her 20th anniversary. It was a good opportunity to talk about the budget, parcel tax. They took a survey on what their priorities were and what cuts they would make and forwarded it to the Superintendent. There is a level of distrust of the budget. The Board has to go out and engage the community and give them the budget message over and over again. There was also not overwhelming support for the parcel tax either. She also participated in a meeting at the invitation of the Chamber of Commerce regarding the Governor’s proposal on funding infrastructure improvements. There were approximately 250 business leaders there. She was very honored to be invited to attend this and commented that it was kind of humbly being in that room with the biggest movers and shakers. She also wanted to brag about WGHS girls soccer team who won their first game towards CCS. They’ll play Scotts Valley soon. She is very proud of them! Mrs. Foley attended the “Going Gold” Gala fundraiser at Schallenberger Elementary where they celebrated 50 years. She met with the Superintendent and Parents for a Great Education (PAGE.) The purpose was to meet the superintendent and discuss establishing a team of educators, parents, administrators to do site visits at various middle schools of similar ranking as WGMS with the idea of obtaining ideas of best practices. She attended a Star Gazing party at Hacienda. Several large telescopes were set up to view the rings of Saturn, the Orion Nebulae and Earth’s moon. Parents, children and interested neighbors came to view the heavens. She attended a breakfast meeting with Superintendent and two parent leaders from WGMS and WGHS. These are monthly meetings to discuss issues at the school sites. One month we focus on the middle school, next month focus on the high school. This month was the high school’s turn. They discussed ways to boost the music program, advertise and develop the University Express program, construction issues and any hot topic that comes up. Elaine Farace was present at this meeting as well. She had a meeting with the music booster club, WGHS principal to discuss advertising for the musical “Once on This Island.” She attended a fundraiser for Supervisor Jim Beall as he begins his campaign for State Assembly. Mr. Beall’s mother teachers pre-school at Olinder. On February 13 she was invited to participate in a discussion at the home of Vice- mayor Cindy Chavez to discuss ways to “sunshine” the city’s budget process. This was a small group of approximately 12 people and included Councilwoman Linda LeZotte as well. Their task was to discuss ways to open the budget process to allow enough time for public comment and Council input before voting on a particular item. She was humbled to be included in this Mr. González- He began by stating for the kind of wealth we have in this state and in this country, we as a society do not really treat our retirees. He works for the county and there have been retirement packages for them, but it was never considered the norm. However, we do need to advocate better situations for all government employees’ retirement packages. On Feb. 6th he attended the VIP meeting. Rosa and Sharon did an excellent job running the meeting. He is concerned about the purpose of the money and we need to keep an eye on that. On Feb. 9 he attended the inauguration of the playground at Anne Darling. It was a great event and a joint effort with the city of San José. Ms. Cindy Chavez also attended. Wonderful things are happening at Anne Darling. He thanked Mr. Ty Williams and the construction department for the work they’ve done there. He did not make it to the ILC meeting, but did attend the DCP strategic planning meeting and will give a report as soon as the details are finalized. Tomorrow he will be the keynote speaker at the California School Psychologists Association in Monterey. He is really looking forward to that. He thanked BOARD MINUTES- February 16, 2006 Page 5 Mrs. Flora Englund for giving him information on psychometric tests and some of the issues surrounding school psychologists. Mr. Iglesias - He attended the ILC meeting. It was heartwarming to see the kids who are so articulate, their ability and belief that they can change the world, and their willingness to take on tough issues. They are already in touch with Congresswoman Zoe Lofgren’s office over the issues of the blood donations and whether or not some of the questions were prejudicial. They posed some really tough questions around programs and what we offer. He met with the Budget Advisory Committee meeting earlier in the week and talked about the potential parcel tax. It was a good discussion regarding when we should do it and the priorities. He went with Steve Adamo and Ty Williams to visit Gardner and it is almost done. The building is beautiful. Mrs. Lewis- She has spent most of her time since the last board meeting talking to people about the budget. She was at Hacienda on Monday night and did a presentation on the budget and the parcel tax survey. She was also at the Superintendent’s Brown Bag and the Budget Advisory Committee meetings today. It is taking a considerable amount of time and pretty depressing considering what the district has done to try to balance the budget. She attended ILC meeting briefly, then left with Mrs. Reynolds to go to the County School Board to do a short presentation on introducing herself as a candidate for Delegate to region twenty of CSBA delegate assembly. She met with Mr. Garcia, Dr. Erlendson, Mr. Iglesias and Mr. Larry Aceves, Franklin-McKinley School District Superintendent to see about working together with educational foundations. She also attended the Bond Oversight Committee Meeting and the VIP meeting. She attended the Hacienda HIPS meeting; visited Carson’s media center and helped students check out books. She noted how nice it was to be a the school helping students. She thanked Elizabeth Bliss for the lovely parent liaison/volunteer appreciation event. Mrs. Reynolds She was honored to be chosen to be at the meeting with the Governor. The most interesting part was watching all the handlers vying for position and making sure the police were in the right spot. She attended the outstanding parent volunteer and parent liaison recognition this morning. She thanked Ms. Liz Bliss for always doing an outstanding job connecting parents to the school district. She attended the SCCSBA meeting. The speaker was a former Mercury News reporter. He talked about how school board members should talk to the media. She is the new treasurer for SCCSBA and also co-chair for the spring candidate workshop and will be part of the panel. The workshop will illustrates the mechanics of running for school board, what the role of a school board member is and the reasons for running for office. Mrs. Reynolds had her monthly meeting with the Superintendent; attended the Leland Foundation meeting to review the science program; attended the ILC meeting at John Muir; and the Brown Bag lunch. Mr. Garcia - Chaired his last meeting at MetroEd as president on last Wednesday. He had been president for four years and was given a resolution of thanks for his service. The new president is Ms. Cynthia Chang from Los Gatos. He passed out the Executive Report from MetroEd. He announced that CCOC is having an open house on March 10, 2006. This is a chance for students to come out to see the kinds of programs that are offered. He attended the CSBA board president workshop this weekend. He was asked why he was attending by the leader since he has been a board president before. It was interesting listening to some of the new board members regarding their concerns about closing schools, negotiations. He was helpful in giving his colleagues some ideas on these subjects. He also learned some new tips about chairing a meeting and tonight we may move a little more efficiently. He attended Lincoln’s Foundation meeting last week. They are doing a great job supporting BOARD MINUTES- February 16, 2006 Page 6 the programs there (black box theater, the science wing that is going to be built, the allocated teacher recognition awards for next year). Last weekend he attended a basketball game between Lincoln and DelMar. MINUTES Approval of Minutes of Regular Session Meeting held February 2, 2006 Mr. González moved that the Board of Education approve the minutes of the regular session meeting held February 2, 2006. Mrs. Foley seconded. The motion carried unanimously [Preferential vote by alternate student board member - aye] CONSENT CALENDAR Mrs. Foley moved that the Board of Education approve the consent calendar. Mrs. Reynolds seconded. [Superintendent’s Office] Acceptance of Gifts With thanks, the gifts to the District as specified. [Superintendent’s Office] - [Human Resources] Administrative, Elementary/Secondary Certificated Personnel Actions The Administrative, Elementary/Secondary Certificated Personnel Actions as specified. Classified Personnel Actions The Classified Personnel Actions as specified. Non-Regular Hourly Employment Agreements $25,000 or less The Non-Regular Hourly Employment Agreements for the 2005-2006 school year as specified. Name Service Provided Amount Funding/Location 1. Arreola, Rafaela Yard supervision $ 2000.00 (03) Yard Duty/ Canoas 2. Azevedo, Maria Yard supervision $ 3000.00 (03) Yard Duty/ Trace 3. Calderon, Rosario Yard supervision $ 3038.00 (03) Yard Duty/ Bachrodt 4. Cardenas, Martha Yard supervision $ 2000.00 (03) Yard Duty/ Canoas 5. Carmona, Leticia Yard supervision $ 1000.00 (03) Yard Duty/ Canoas 6. Cervantes, Elia Yard supervision $ 625.00 (03) Yard Duty/ River Glen 7. Corral, Jessie Yard supervision $ 2520.00 (03) Yard Duty/ Empire Gardens 8. Da Rosa, Mary Yard supervision $ 3038.00 (03) Yard Duty/ Bachrodt BOARD MINUTES- February 16, 2006 Page 7 9. De Alba, Maria Yard supervision $ 3500.00 (03) SIP/ Olinder 10. Delgadillo, Ysabel Home-based mentoring $ 1609.50 (06) MEES Program/ to parents of preschool Bilingual Dept. age students 11. Duran, Saul Yard supervision $ 4000.00 (03) Yard Duty/ Olinder 12. Faizi, Pulwasha Yard supervision $ 5743.00 (06) SIP)/ Terrell 13. Figueroa, Reina Yard supervision $ 4000.00 (03) Yard Duty/ Olinder 14. Frantz, Harold Yard supervision $ 1000.00 (03) Yard Duty/ Reed 15. Fuentes, Wendy Yard supervision $ 4500.00 (03) Yard Duty/ Olinder 16. Garcia, Linda Coordinate community $ 9150.00 (06) Title I/ volunteers in the Life Lab Terrell 17. Gentile, Ruth Yard supervision $ 2300.00 (03) Yard Duty/ Galarza & Hammer 18. Gill, Elizabeth Yard supervision $ 1953.00 (03) Yard Duty/ Willow Glen Elementary 19. Hamor, Lois Support Provider for BTSA $11000.00 (06) BTSA/ Induction Program New Teacher Serv. 20. Hong, Joseph Academic Advisor to $ 4500.00 (06) Deseg/ improve achievement of Hoover Hispanic students 21. Judge, Andrew Provide computer technical $ 5625.00 (06) Title I/ support to the staff Anne Darling 22. Larimore, Carol Provide students with $12000.00 (06) SIP/ vocabulary and language Washington exposure through The Gift of Love program 23. Lopez, Nellie Assist parents/guardians with $ 3441.89 (06) Deseg/ enrollment/assignment forms Erikson Center 24. Lucatero, Cenaida Yard supervision $ 2660.00 (03) Yard Duty/ Almaden 25. Magana, Lucilla Yard supervision $ 2205.00 (03) Yard Duty/ Empire Gardens 26. Martinez, Dena Yard supervision $ 2000.00 (03) Yard Duty/ Canoas 27. Mayora, Karyna Provide assistance in Algebra, $ 2703.96 (06) Migrant Ed/ Science and SDAIE classes Willow Glen High 28. Miles, Karen Benefit reenrollment process $ 1500.00 (03) General/ Human Resources 29. Nicolosi, Danielle Yard supervision $ 1302.00 (03) Yard Duty/ Willow Glen Elementary 30. Nielson, Barbara Yard supervision $ 4769.00 (06) SIP/ Terrell 31. Pereida, Virginia Yard supervision $ 1000.00 (03) Yard Duty/ Reed 32. Perez, Laura Provide academic language $ 3219.00 (06) Title III/ support to immigrant students Gunderson 33. Quintero, Paula Provide academic language $ 3219.00 (06) Title III/ support to immigrant students John Muir 34. Ramos, Jenny Yard supervision $ 3038.00 (03) Yard Duty/ Bachrodt BOARD MINUTES- February 16, 2006 Page 8 35. Reyes, Geraldine Yard supervision $ 2300.00 (03) Yard Duty/ Galarza & Hammer 36. Reyes, Ruby Home-based mentoring $ 3219.00 (06) MEES/ to parents of preschool Bilingual Dept. age students 37. Reyes, Veronica Yard supervision $ 2300.00 (03) Yard Duty/ Galarza & Hammer 38. Reynoso, Anna Homework Center tutor $ 150.00 (06) Homework/ Lincoln 39. Rico, Gabriela Student worker to provide $ 2200.00 (06) Title I/ guidance and support for Washington students 40. Riley, Maria Support Provider for BTSA $24200.00 (06) BTSA/ Induction Program New Teacher Serv. 41. Riley, Michele Yard supervision $ 1000.00 (03) Yard Duty/ Reed 42. Rios, Amy Yard supervision $ 1000.00 (03) Yard Duty/ Canoas 43. Robles, Beatriz Yard supervision $ 2200.00 (03) Yard Duty/ Canoas 44. Rosales, Sandra Yard supervision $ 3038.00 (03) Yard Duty/ Bachrodt 45. Rosas, Candy Yard supervision $ 3797.00 (03) Yard Duty/ Bachrodt 46. Ruiz, Mary Mena Yard supervision $ 4000.00 (03) Yard Duty/ Olinder 47. Ruiz, Priscilla Yard supervision $ 2604.00 (03) Yard Duty/ Willow Glen Elementary 48. Sanchez, Yolanda Yard supervision $ 3038.00 (03) Yard Duty/ Gutierrez Bachrodt 49. Silva, Maria Yard supervision $ 2604.00 (03) Yard Duty/ Willow Glen Elementary 50. Small, Karen Outreach Coordinator to $16800.00 (06) AB 825/ assist in motivating students Hoover to remain in school 51. Stoner, Genevieve HOSTS Coordinator $ 5000.00 (06) Bilingual/ Willow Glen High 52. Talley, Dawn Yard supervision $ 600.00 (03) Yard Duty/ Booksin 53. Taylor, Michelle Literacy Events Coordinator $ 1500.00(06) Community Found/ to organize and oversee Anne Darling Family Reading Nights 54. Vargas, Connie Yard supervision $ 2300.00 (03) Yard Duty/ Galarza & Hammer 55. Vera, Argyrie Yard supervision $ 2300.00 (03) Yard Duty/ Galarza & Hammer 56. Webber, Claudet RSP/SDC academic testing $ 5000.00 (06) Special Ed/ and IEP attendance District Special Ed. Wide 57. Williams, Kenny Direct Spring Musical and $ 5000.00 (03) ASB/ Pep Band for basketball Willow Glen High games BOARD MINUTES- February 16, 2006 Page 9 58. Woodard, Michael Computer support for $ 7955.00 (06) Title I/ reading and math to improve Bachrodt student achievement [Division of Instruction] Contract with Leader Services A contract with Leader Services in the amount not to exceed 10% of all Medi-Cal recovered funds (not to exceed $35,000.00 per year) reimbursements for the 2005-2006 and 2006-2007 school year. Leader Services to invoice District monthly after District has received payment from Department of Health Services (DHS). Agreement with the Mexican Consulate General of San Jose, California to establish a Plaza Comunitaria within San Jose Unified School District through the Parent Education Office An agreement with the Instituto Nacional para la Educacion de los Adultos (INEA) under the auspices of the Mexican Consulate of San Jose, California to provide academic services including certification of parents who complete on-line course work through the SJUSD Parent Education Office. Budget Source: Desegregation [Fund 06] Independent Contract with Partners in School Innovation A contract with Partners in School Innovation in the amount of $35,000 to provide services to improve academic performance at Washington Elementary School for the 2005-2006 school year. Budget Source: Title 1 [Fund 06)] Independent Contract with WestEd A three (3) year Independent Contractor Agreement with WestEd in the amount of $75,000.00 for services to Gardner Academy PDS related to the School Intervention and Assistance Team (SAIT) process commencing November 1, 2005 and ending June 30, 2008. Budget Source: SAIT [Fund 06] Independent Contract with WestEd A three (3) year Independent Contractor Agreement with WestEd in the amount of $75,000.00 for services to Willow Glen Middle School PDS related to the School Intervention and Assistance Team (SAIT) process commencing November 1, 2005 and ending June 30, 2008. Budget Source: SAIT [Fund 06] BOARD MINUTES- February 16, 2006 Page 10 [Administrative Services] - [Auxiliary Services] Approval of Field Trips The field trips for elementary and secondary students for the 2005-06 school years as specified. Claim of Christy Mejia ( deny the claim of Christy Meija. Budget Source: Liability [Fund 03] [Administrative Services - Purchasing] Independent Contractor Agreements for $25,000 or less The following Independent Contractor Agreements for $25,000 or less for the 2005- 2006 school year. Name Service Provided Amount Funding/Location 1. Almaden Valley Counseling services for $ 3,500 (06) Title I/ Counseling Serv., students Schallenberger Inc. 2. Bruga, Kathy Provide state mandated $ 1,062.50 (06) Deseg/ Staff Dev. to certify staff Almaden in PE instruction 3. Camacho, Rozanne Design, layout, & digital $ 6,120 (06) Deseg/ reproduction of 2006-07 Desegregation Parent Guide to Schools 4. Children’s Delight Assembly $ 600 (06) SIP/ Anne Darling 5. Clark, Barbara Presentation “The $ 750 (06) GATE/ Understanding & Nurture GATE of Giftedness” 6. Demsey, Filliger & Actual study for GASB 45 $ 8,000 (03) HR/ Assoc., LLC HR 7. Educational Assoc., Provide professional dev. $ 2,000 (06) Deseg/ Inc. through strategic schooling Deseg: Hoover/ model Castillero/Trace 8. Flowers, Pam Speak about her 2500 mile, $ 550 (03) Simonds ASB trans-Arctic, solo dog sled Simonds expedition 9. Goodparents, Inc. Workshops on “3 Steps $ 5,000 (06) Deseg/ to Parenting Teens” Burnett 10. Great Impressions Print & deliver Parent’s $10,249.11 (06) Deseg/ Plus Guide to Schools for Desegregation 2006-07 11. Kagan Publishing & Provide Notre Dame $ 2,596.82 (06) Title I/ Professional Dev. teacher training in Prof. Dev. “Kagan Structures for Success” 12. Kenfield, Kathleen Training to promote $ 7,200 (06) Title III LEP/ content conversations Bilingual BOARD MINUTES- February 16, 2006 Page 11 13. Lawrence Hall of Brain building exercises $ 851 (06) PTA Science-- The on anatomy & function of Reed Regents of the human brain Univ. of CA 14. National Theatre for Assembly -- “Smogzilla No Cost No Cost/ Children, The Show” Bachrodt 15. New Management -- Workshop for staff on $ 2,295 (06) SIP/ Morris, Rick Student Management 16. Nixon, Brent Musical assembly $ 550 H&S Club/ Canoas 17. NorCal Vocational, Provide behavior therapy $ 750 (06) Spec Ed/ Inc. for special ed student at Special Ed Allen @ Steinbeck 18. Opera San Jose “What is Opera” $ 500 (03) ASB/ performance Simonds 19. Perfect Performance, Conduct workshops $ 1,500 (06) GATE/ Wilson, Antwann for Speech & Debate Leland Demond 20. Research for Better Supervision & evaluation $ 9,500 (06) Title II-Part A/ Teaching, Inc. for dept. chairpersons Prof. Dev. 21. Roddick, Cheryl, Training in team building $ 1,800 (06) Curriculum/ Ph.D. for math teachers Curriculum 22. Sonlight CATV local origination/ $ 3,417 (03) Bret Harte/ Communications, remote broadcasting system Bret Harte Inc. 23. Sound in Motion DJ for dance $ 1,160 (03) ASB/ SJH 24. Sports 4 Kids Sports program during the $13,200 (06) SIP/ school day & after school Horace Mann 25. TEC Productions, DJ for dances $ 1,500 (03) Bret Harte/ Inc. Bret Harte 26. TEC Productions, DJ for dances $ 925 (03) Bret Harte/ Inc. 27. Wiltens, Jim -- Deer “Teaching Children $ 500 (06) GATE/ Crossing Press Optimism” classes for Williams parents VOTE ON THE MOTION The motion carried unanimously [Preferential vote by Alternate Student Board Member - aye]. END OF CONSENT CALENDAR BOARD MINUTES- February 16, 2006 Page 12 ACTION ITEMS AND REPORTS SUPERINTENDENT’S OFFICE Report of Don Iglesias, Superintendent of Schools Mr. Iglesias reported on the Preliminary Programs and Services Linked to the Proposed Parcel Tax . He gave the Board of Education a listing of parcel tax programs. Passing a tax is always going to be a task. The polling survey indicates that we could pass a parcel tax. He walked through what programs would be protected in the event the parcel tax passes. Each year we will face difficult challenges and decisions based on declining enrollment and what happens in Sacramento. We do need to shelter certain programs and the issues that mean the most to parents and students. The District will make whatever cuts necessary to balance the budget. Some of the concerns are class size, K-2 at 20-1; looking at class size 20-1 in grade 3; maintaining the 6th period day and 4/5 release time and trying to continue that program. The other area is preparing students for the future and maintaining advance placement courses. Many of these classes have less than twenty students in these classes. Intervention programs, after school programs would be sheltered. Also, keeping libraries open and extended the hours and expanding the collection of books and materials would be a priority. We need to attract and retain high quality teachers and must be competitive salary wise otherwise we will lose people. We want to provide professional training to staff as well. Arts and sports would be maintained with a parcel tax. We are also shortchanged on the price of textbooks. We pay exorbitant prices for our books. We do not have enough money to purchase books. We also need to try to maintain support services such as custodial, maintenance, etc. There have been several meetings with parents and community members to educate them on the importance of passing a parcel tax. One of the issues with trying to pass a parcel tax in June is that there will likely be a sales tax on the ballot around BART and that will take major resources from folks that would support the sales tax. Those are the same folks we would have to go to to run a campaign, because we would need to fundraise alot of money. The other factor is the Governor’s budget. It is an election year. Also, we are going into negotiations and is not the best time to run a parcel tax campaign. November would be better because we would be clear on what our cuts are, what our enrollment is and there will be a large turnout because of the gubernatorial race and the mayoral race. He asked the Board to talk about what their preference would be. Mrs. Foley mentioned that she had raised a concern at the BAC meeting and wanted to get Mr. Barnes opinion on it. She received a memo from the California Association of Realtors that four initiatives have passed the secretary of state phase and are moving to petition/signature gathering that would hit the ballot in November. It would be a $50.00 parcel tax on every parcel in the State of California. She asked Mr. Barry Barnes how that would affect our parcel tax. Mr. Barnes said that that is the biggest unknown at this point because the legislature could remove or place items on the June ballot. Items could be bumped to November. We are not going to hit a state ballot without some tax measure on there. Her other question had to do with timing and getting the information out to the public to build a public relations campaign. Mr. Barnes said that July would be a good time to start to let the public know what direction the District is going in. Mr. González asked about the status of efforts to eliminate the super majority requirement. Mr. Barnes answered that nothing is happening with that at the moment. No signatures are being gathered. It is not moving ahead very quickly and not feasible that it will appear on the November ballot. BOARD MINUTES- February 16, 2006 Page 13 Mr. Garcia said that as he was speaking to his constituents, it is clear that we should wait until November. He will look forward to our next step. Resolution Number 2006-02-16-01 - A Declaration of Commitment to the Common Mission of the San José Acuerdo Mrs. Lewis moved that the Board of Education adopt Resolution Number 2006-02-16- 01 - A Declaration of Commitment to the common mission of the San José Acuerdo (a collaboration between San José/Evergreen Community College District and public school districts). Mr. González seconded. The motion carried unanimously [Preferential vote by Alternate Student Board Member - aye]. Proposed Compensation and Benefit Agreement with San José Administrators Association (SJAA) Mrs. Lewis moved that the Board of Education approve the proposed compensation and benefit agreement with San José Administrators Association (SJAA). Mrs. Reynolds seconded. The motion carried unanimously [Preferential vote by Alternate Student Board Member - aye]. Budget Source: Unrestricted/General [Fund 03]. BOARD OF EDUCATION Amendment of Administrative Regulations 5020 Students - Parent Right and Responsibilities This was a first reading information only item that the Board of Education review proposed amendments to Administrative Regulations 5020 Students - Parent Right and Responsibilities. The Board of Education will be requested to approve the Policy at the March 9, 2006 Board Meeting. Amend Administrative Regulation 7214.2, Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committees This was a second reading information only item that the Board of Education review and consider the changes to AR 7214.2, Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committees. The Board of Education will be asked to approve the changes at the March 9, 2006 regular session meeting. 2006 California School Boards Association (CSBA) Delegate Assembly Elections Mrs. Reynolds moved that the Board of Education cast a vote for Region 20 Delegates to the 2006 California School Boards Association Delegate Assembly. Mrs. Reynolds recommended the following candidates for the Board of Education vote: Mr. González seconded. Mrs. Reynolds recommended the following five candidates: Tanya Freudenberger (Alum Rock Union ESD), Veronica Grijalva Lewis (SJUSD), Rudy N. Nasol (Berryessa Union SD), Randy J. Scofield (Cambrian ESD), and Kathleen Sullivan (Morgan Hill USD) The motion carried unanimously [Preferential vote by Alternate Student Board Member - aye]. DIVISION OF INSTRUCTION BOARD MINUTES- February 16, 2006 Page 14 Report by Rosa Molina, Assistant Superintendent, Instructional Services: Mrs. Molina gave a presentation on what the District has done to date regarding California Academic High School Exit Examination Report (CAHSEE). 2006 marks the first year that all graduating seniors must pass the CAHSEE to receive a high school diploma. School principals and district level administrators worked for several months to review the CAHSEE legislation. In January seniors began intervention classes and staff monitored attendance and progress of each candidate participating in the classes. In January the State Superintendent agreed to a one year agreement/reprieve for special education students on track to graduate to receive a diploma without passing the CAHSEE.. Staff will be making recommendations to the Board about consequences and pathways for students that do not pass the CAHSEE. The Board members are asked to take the survey and turn in so that a draft policy can be written. Board policies must be written and approved before May 2006. Mr. González asked if the requirement is helping us to focus in on students who are in academic trouble and how early can we intervene. Mrs. Molina responded that yes, it is helpful and we can identify students who are lacking credits and who need help in passing the test. Students begin taking the test in their sophomore year. The State has given us funding this year for intervention classes and for special education students. Mrs. Reynolds asked if the ESL lawsuit buy us any time at all? The response was no. Mrs. Reynolds noted that the test is at an 8th grade level, therefore, could we test them sooner. Dr. Buchanan responded that the State sets the legislation which allows testing at the 10th grade level. Mr. Garcia asked if this test is a valid test to test what we are teaching and does it meet our expectations. Dr. Buchanan responded that the test is targeted to the bigger network of State standards. In that regard it is valid by definition. •English Learners Report- Dr. Norma Martinez Palmer, Director, Bilingual Education Dr. Martinez gave a brief report on English Learners in San José Unified School District. The report listed the number of English learners at the elementary and secondary levels and the District's goals for these students which is to; (1) learn English, and (2) Academic Achievement. We measure these through the CELDT, STAR, SAE, and CST tests. Instruction is provided in the main language plus the second language. They must have ELD in place regardless of program and the District must insure that they are academically successful. Dr. Martinez Palmer reviewed the goals and purposes of the SEI (Structured English Immersion Program, the Academic Language Acquisition Program (ALA) and the Two-Way Bilingual Immersion Programs. She talked about the goal of reclassification for EL Latino Students in ALA and Non-AlA programs, primary language academic achievement, and CAHSEE results for secondary students. In summary, 24% of the District’s students are English Learners. The District met Title III AMAO I (Annual Measurable Achievement Objective) and II targets in the last two years. Reclassification rates are improving and in 2002 Grade 2 Latino ALA students showed more growth on CST than non-ALA Latino Students. Mr. González shared that when he came to the U.S. he was in middle school and there were no bilingual programs available then, but he learned English because of the help of a dedicated teacher who would translate for him. Is the District making sure that our students have the edge needed to succeed in our curriculum? Dr. Martinez Palmer responded that we definitely have a rigorous academic program for our students. BOARD MINUTES- February 16, 2006 Page 15 Mrs. Foley thanked Dr. Martinez Palmer for the presentation because she had a lot of questions in her mind about the successfulness of these programs. She would also like to see the results of AMAO I, II and III and wants to know what we are doing to help boost the ELA tests. This year, we purchased a new ELD program for the elementary programs, called Avenues. There has been districtwide training for teachers. Teachers have also participated in GLAD training as well. Walkthroughs have been done in all of the PI schools and she expects good results by next year. Mrs. Molina also responded about the general problem with the math sections of the tests. We are doing some catchup work in regular and bilingual education in the middle schools. Mrs. Reynolds asked about reclassification for EL and she wanted to know the total number of students that were included in this study. How does the District’s CELDT test scores compare with the County overall. Most of the students did meet the targets. Mr. Garcia wanted to know what role technology has played in bilingual education during the last five years or so. Dr. Martinez Palmer noted that some of the schools have purchased software to provide support to students. Dr. Erlendson said that that we did receive Enhancing Education Through Technology Grant and the focus is actually English Language Acquisition utilizing Rosetta Stone which is LA software and Lexia which is writing software. These will be in all 14 schools that are targeted. These are very good programs. Mrs. Molina invited them to Hoover where they will be piloting a Rosetta Stone program. *PUBLIC HEARING - To receive public comment on the issue of Special Education Non-Compliance with 5 California Code of Regulations (CCR) 4663 (b) pursuant to Education Code 56045. OPEN PUBLIC HEARING Mr. Garcia opened the public hearing at 8:35 p.m. The following community members addressed the Board of Education: Ms. Arlene Harden - Expressed her concern that parents of special education students were not notified in sufficient time to know about this public hearing. Ms. Leticia Gutierrez - Addressed the Board concerning her concern about the services her child is receiving through the Special Education program. CLOSE PUBLIC HEARING Mr. Garcia closed the public hearing at 8:40 p.m. Compliance Complaint Corrective Action Mrs. Lewis moved that the Board of Education address the issue of Special Education Non-Compliance with 5 California Code of Regulations (CCR) 4663 (b). Mrs. Foley seconded. Mrs. Lewis asked how the notice was posted. Miss Warren, Secretary for the Board of Education stated that the notice was posted per the Brown Act requirements. Mrs. Molina stated that this public hearing was for one particular case only, not for general special education concerns. There will be a parent meeting on March 8 which is the next step after this action. Mrs. Lewis asked to be notified when these meetings are scheduled. She also asked why we are addressing these issues. Mr. Max Forman, BOARD MINUTES- February 16, 2006 Page 16 Manager for Special Education answered this question. This corrective action had to do with a student who is attending a county program and there was a communication problem with our transportation department in that the student was being picked up too early. This has been corrected. Mr. González noted again that this public hearing was for this specific case. Mr. Garcia asked if the corrective actions taken were adequate. Mrs. Flora Englund responded affirmatively. The motion carried unanimously [Preferential vote by Alternate Student Board Member - aye]. Budget Source: Special Education [Fund 06] •SAIT Report of Findings and Recommended Corrective Actions - Mrs. Rosa Molina, Assistant Superintendent Mrs. Molina stated that at the December 8, 2005 meeting, the Board of Education did receive the report from Willow Glen Middle School. They are well on their way to meeting the requirements for their academic targets. She asked the Board to accept their findings so that they can move forward. Willow Glen Middle School SAIT Report of Findings and Recommended Corrective Actions. Mrs. Foley moved that the Board of Education accept the SAIT Report of Findings and Recommended Corrective Actions for Willow Glen Middle School. (The SAIT report of Findings and Recommended Corrective Actions for Willow Glen Middle School were presented at the December 8, 2005 Board meeting.) Mr. González seconded. The motion carried unanimously [Preferential vote by Alternate Student Board Member - aye]. Budget Source: No Cost to the District Contract with Leader Services Mr. González moved that the Board of Education award a contract with Leader Services in the amount not to exceed $175,000.00 per year for MAA (Medi-Cal Administrative Services) reimbursements for the 2005-2006 and 2006-2007 school year. No expenditures for 2005/2006 and 2006/2007 school year. Payment to Leader Services after District receives payment from Department of Health Services (DHS). Mrs. Foley seconded. The motion carried unanimously [Preferential vote by Alternate Student Board Member - aye]. Budget Source: MAA Budget [Fund 03] Grant Application for a McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act Grant Mrs. Foley moved that the Board of Education approve a grant application for the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act Grant in the amount of $525,000 for the 2006/07 through 2008/09 school years. Mrs. Reynolds seconded. The motion carried unanimously [Preferential vote by Alternate Student Board Member - aye]. Budget Source: Homeless Assistance Program /No Cost to District BOARD MINUTES- February 16, 2006 Page 17 EDUCATIONAL ACCOUNTABILITY AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Report by William Erlendson, Assistant Superintendent, Educational Accountability and Community Development Dr. Erlendson announced that Dr. Aaron Buchanan and Mrs. Marcy Lauck are putting the final touches on a datawall that will be in the Board room and should have it completed hopefully by the next board meeting. Advanced Micro Devices is helping to fund this. It will look very nice and will respond to our vital few priorities and how we are approaching them. It will be 10’X 10x.’. Teacher Recruitment and Student Support Grant Application Mrs. Lewis moved that the Board of Education approve submitting a one-year grant application in the amount of $236,203.00 to California Department of Education. Mrs. Reynolds seconded. The motion carried unanimously [Preferential vote by Alternate Student Board Member - aye]. ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES Report by Ms. Ann Jones, Chief Business Officer, Administrative Services Ms. Jones reported that there was an update given at the Budget Advisory Committee on yesterday. One new assumption which will be included in the second interim, and will also be used to develop the 2006-2007 budget which is to shift an additional three million dollars in the current year from our TIG grant and the next three years. We looked at a $9.9 million shortfall. The $3 million dollars for the next three years will reduce that to 1 million shortfall. In the past this grant has been allocated on a per student basis. In 2005-2006 the State rolled it into a block grant which turned out to be good news for the District because it froze the amount at a fixed amount and then they gave us a state COLA. We will be receiving $35 million rather than $32.9 million. In 2006-2007 we will receive a state COLA which will add $1.9 million to the TIG grant. We’ll use that for PI and the reading initiative. This also gives us more time to consider a November parcel tax. Collective Bargaining Disclosure Mrs. Lewis moved that the Board of Education disclose the financial implications of a 3% salary improvement for San Jose Administrator's Association (SJAA) and to review the certification of the Superintendent and Chief Business Officer. Mr. González seconded. The motion carried unanimously [Preferential vote by Alternate Student Board Member - aye]. BOARD MINUTES- February 16, 2006 Page 18 2004-2005 Annual Report of Developer Fees This was an informational item only that the Board of Education will review the annual usage of Developer Fees in accordance with Government Code Sections 54999.1, 66003, and 66006. FACILITIES and CONSTRUCTION Mr. González moved that the Board of Education approve in one motion Items IX.F.1. through IX.F.5. Mrs. Foley seconded. Mrs. Lewis asked to pull Item IX.F.1. - Bid No. 9685CR - Soltek Pacific General Sitework. Change Order for Contract No.7270 The following Change Order, amending the scope of work and contract amount for Contract No.7270 El Camino Paving, Inc. Castillero Middle School Modernization Change Order No. 1 $ 17,186.00 Summary Original Contract $172,724.00 Previous Approved Change Orders $-0- Change Order No. 1 $ 17,186.00 Adjusted Original Contract Sum $189,910.00 Budget Source: Measure C [Fund 22] Change Order for Contract No.9340C The following Change Order, amending the scope of work and contract amount for Contract No.9340C WKW Mechanical (Project 9536) Pioneer Fire/Multipurpose Bldg. Change Order No. 3 $ 16,605.00 Change Order No. 4 $ 17,214.00 Summary Original Contract $297,000.00 Previous Approved Change Orders $ 35,213.00 Change Order No. 3 and 4 $ 33,819.00 Adjusted Original Contract Sum $366,032.00 Budget Source: Measure F [Fund 23] 72% Insurance [Fund 21] 28% BOARD MINUTES- February 16, 2006 Page 19 Change Order for Contract No.9426C The following Change Order, amending the scope of work and contract amount for Contract No.9426 CalState Construction, Inc. (Project 9512) Booksin Elementary School Modernization Change Order No. 4 $ 15,651.82 Summary Original Contract $522,500.00 Previous Approved Change Orders $ 54,618.82 Change Order No. 4 $ 15,651.82 Adjusted Original Contract Sum $592,770.64 Budget Source: Measure F [Fund 23] Change Order for Contract No.9523C The following Change Order, amending the scope of work and contract amount for Contract No.9523C D&R Paquette Drywall, Inc. (Project 9521/9527) Pioneer Modernization/SIP Change Order No. 3 $ 7,568.00 Summary Original Contract $119,000.00 Previous Approved Change Orders $ 17,577.00 Change Order No. 3 $ 7,568.00 Adjusted Original Contract Sum $144,145.00 Budget Source: Measure F [Fund 23] VOTE ON THE MOTION The motion carried unanimously [Preferential vote by Alternate Student Board Member - aye]. END OF CONSENT CALENDAR BOARD MINUTES- February 16, 2006 Page 20 ITEM PULLED FROM CONSENT CALENDAR BID NO. 9685CR - Soltek Pacific General Sitework (ACTION) Mrs. Lewis moved that the Board of Education ratify the contract with Soltek Pacific, the lowest responsible bidder submitting the lowest responsive bid meeting the specifications in the amount of $3,062,000.00, including alternates, for the window replacement project for the Willow Glen Middle and Willow Glen High Schools . (Project #9540 and 9541). Mrs. Foley seconded. Lowest Bid Bids Submitted By; Bid Amount Meeting Specification Soltek Pacific $2,914,000.00 $2,914,000.00 Valhalla Bldrs & Developers Inc. $2,999,900.00 Svala Construction Inc. $3,190,000.00 J.Plane Construction Inc. $3,540,018.00 Best Roofing & Waterproofing $4,550,000.00 BRCO Constructors Inc. $4,995,000.00 Sanchez Inc. Withdrew bid The motion carried unanimously [Preferential vote by Alternate Student Board Member - aye]. Budget Source: Measure F [Fund 23] Additional Service for Beals Alliance Mrs. Lewis moved that the Board of Education approve the following Additional Service for Beals Alliance, amending the scope of work and contract amount for the Middle School Athletics Project at Bret Harte and Castillero Middle Schools. (Project 9605). Mrs. Foley seconded. Middle School Athletics ASA No. 1 $ 27,000.00 Summary Original Contract $182,990.00 Previous Approved ASAs $ -0- ASA No. 1 $ 27,000.00 Adjusted Original Contract Sum $209,990.00 The motion carried unanimously [Preferential vote by Alternate Student Board Member - aye]. Budget Source: Measure F [Fund 23] Mrs. Foley moved that the Board of Education move to consent Items IX.F.7 through IX.F.10. Mrs. Lewis seconded. BOARD MINUTES- February 16, 2006 Page 21 Contract with English Management & Consulting, Inc. A contract with English Management & Consulting, Inc. in the amount of $114,085.00 to provide construction management services as required to complete the Underground Utility II project at Almaden, Canoas, Carson, Graystone, Olinder, and Los Alamitos Elementary Schools which commences February 17, 2006. (Project 9602) Budget Source: Measure F [Fund 23] Contract with Bruce Flyn & Associates, Inc. A contract with Bruce Flyn & Associates, Inc. in an amount of $69,300.00 to provide DSA-required inspections for the Willow Glen Middle and Willow Glen High window replacement project which will commence February 17, 2006. (Project 9540 and 9541). Budget Source: Measure F [Fund 23] Contract with Bruce Flyn & Associates, Inc. A contract with Bruce Flyn & Associates, Inc. in an amount of $30,800.00 to provide DSA-required inspections for the Specialized Instructional Program (Academic, Visual and Performing Arts) project at Castillero Middle School commencing February 16, 2006. (Project 9635). Budget Source: Measure F [Fund 23] Contract with Bill Gould Design A contract with Bill Gould Design in the amount of $104,186.00 to provide architectural services as required for design and construction administration of the shower and locker rooms for the Lincoln High School Modernization Project commencing February 17, 2006. (Project 9552). Budget Source: Measure F [Fund 23] VOTE ON THE MOTION The motion carried unanimously [Preferential vote by Alternate Student Board Member -aye]. END OF CONSENT CALENDAR BOARD MINUTES- February 16, 2006 Page 22 Contract with TBI Construction & Construction Management, Inc. Mrs. Lewis moved that the Board of Education approve a contract with TBI Construction & Construction Management, Inc. in the amount of $704,830.00 to provide construction management services as required to complete the Hacienda Elementary School Classroom Building project which commences February 17, 2006. (Project 9600). Mrs. Foley seconded. The motion carried unanimously [Preferential vote by Alternate Student Board Member -aye]. Budget Source: Measure F [Fund 23] REPORT OF ACTION TAKEN IN CLOSED SESSION-February 16, 2006 Mr. Iglesias reported the during closed session the Board of Education approved the the appointment of Miss Candi Tibaldi, 1.0 F.T.E. Confidential Secretary, Human Resources. The Board also approved the following administrative appointments for the 2006 Summer School Program: Gunderson High School: Principal: Sharon Norris Asst. Principal: Alejandro DeMiranda Asst. Principal: Hannah MacKinnon Asst. Principal: Melissa Sherman Muir Middle School: Principal: Dominic Bejarano Asst. Principal: Rigo Palacios Asst. Principal: Elaine Womack Alternates: Principal: Stephanie Ogden Principal: Mary Martinez Asst. Principal: Nico Flores, Jr. Asst. Principal: Inger Hoshouer Asst. Principal: Elizabeth Martinez The Board of Education approved all certificated and classified leaves and resignations. ADJOURNMENT Mr. González moved that the Board of Education adjourn the meeting. Mrs. Lewis seconded. The motion carried unanimously [Preferential vote by Alternate Student Board Member - aye].
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