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Victor Elementary School District
Agenda
Regular Board Meeting
WED, June 24, 2015, 6:00 pm
Location:
District Office, 12219 2nd Ave., Victorville, CA


VISIONARY MISSION STATEMENT: VESD is committed to inspiring purposeful learners who create their futures with confidence, curiosity, innovation, and integrity through engaging learning experiences in safe environments within a supportive culture.

Reasonable Accommodation for any Individual with a Disability:
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, any individual with a disability who requires reasonable accommodation in order to participate in the public meetings of the governing board may request assistance by contacting the office of the superintendent at (760) 245-1691.

Public Documents Relating to Open Session Agenda Items are available to the public at the Victor Elementary School District, office of the superintendent, 12219 Second Ave, Victorville, California.
Call To Order
Roll Call

Members:
Joyce Chamberlain, President; Gabriel Stine, Vice President; Gary Elder, Clerk; Clayton Moore and Karen Morgan

Public Verbal Comments (6:00 p.m.)

 
 

1.

Receive Public Verbal Comments Regarding Closed Session Items

This communication item is included on the agenda of each regular board meeting to provide an opportunity for citizens to make suggestions or identify concerns about matters affecting the district, or to suggest an item be scheduled for a future agenda. The board may not have complete information available to answer questions and may refer specific concerns to the staff for appropriate attention. Discussion of personnel matters is inappropriate for open session. The board is committed to protecting the privacy interests of district personnel. Should any member of the public wish to discuss a personnel matter, it must first be brought to the attention of the assistant superintendent of personnel services. Speakers are cautioned that under California law, no person is immune from liability for making intentionally false or defamatory comments regarding any person simply because those comments are made at a public meeting. Please limit comments to three minutes per individual.

 
 

CLOSED SESSION

 
 

2.

PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT/RELEASE/RESIGNATION: Act to Approve Personnel Reports #15-16 with Addendum(s)

M______ S______ V______

 
 

3.

REVIEW PUPIL SERVICES REPORT

1. Expulsion of student #98959
2. Expulsion of student #9131825
3. Expulsion of student #335032

 
 

4.

PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT: Review proposed employment contracts for each of the assistant superintendents and the director of fiscal services

 
 

5.

PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT: Review proposed contracts for principal positions

 
 

6.

PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT: Review proposed contracts for classified management positions

 
 

7.

CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATORS

District Representative: Maureen Mills
Employee Organizations: V.E.T.A. and C.S.E.A.

 
 

8.

RECEIVE LIABILITY CLAIMS UPDATE (Mrs. Betts)

 
 

9.

REVIEW BOARD SELF-EVALUATION

 
 

10.

PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT: Review superintendent evaluation

 
 

REGULAR SESSION - Immediately following Closed Session but no earlier than 7:00 p.m.

 
 

11.

Pledge of Allegiance

 
 

12.

Report Actions Taken in Closed Session

Any actions taken in closed session above will be reported out to the public.

 
 

13.

Review Board Protocol

Communication Section #9: Board members have the responsibility to educate the district and community regarding the roles of team members.

 
 

14.

Review of Basic #11

VESD Basic #11: It is our responsibility to participate as a team member in a collaborative environment using ideas, resources, and information to achieve common goals.

 
 

Communication Session

 
 

15.

Public Verbal Comments

This communication item is included on the agenda of each regular board meeting to provide an opportunity for citizens to make suggestions or identify concerns about matters affecting the district, or to suggest an item be scheduled for a future agenda. The board may not have complete information available to answer questions and may refer specific concerns to the staff for appropriate attention. Discussion of personnel matters is inappropriate for open session. The board is committed to protecting the privacy interests of district personnel. Should any member of the public wish to discuss a personnel matter, it must first be brought to the attention of the assistant superintendent of personnel services. Speakers are cautioned that under California law, no person is immune from liability for making intentionally false or defamatory comments regarding any person simply because those comments are made at a public meeting.

Please limit comments to three minutes per individual. Total time for public input is limited to 45 minutes.

 
 

16.

V.E.T.A. Report

 
 

17.

C.S.E.A. Report

 
 

18.

Superintendent's Comments

 
 

19.

Board Members Comments

Individual board members may wish to share information about topics not on the agenda or suggest items for a future agenda.

 
 

Information Items

 
 

20.

RECEIVE MONTHLY CONFERENCE REPORT (Ms. Clark)

The board will receive the monthly conference report.

 
 

21.

RECEIVE 2014/2015 ANNUAL SUSPENSION REPORT (Ms.Clark)

The board will receive the annual end-of-year suspension report for 2014/2015.

 
 

22.

RECEIVE 2014/2015 ATTENDANCE RECOGNITION REPORT (Ms.Clark)

The board will receive the end-of-year attendance recognition report for 2014/2015.

 
 

Consent Items (Items 23-26)

The board will review and approve all consent items listed below (items 23-26).

M_____ S_____ V_____

 
 

23.

Approve Minutes of the June 10, 2015, Regular Board Meeting

(click on Minutes in the left column, then select date)

 
 

24.

Approve District Warrants Report

 
 

25.

Approve Resolution 15-13, Board Delegation of Powers/Duties to Authorized Administrators

 
 

26.

Approve Donation for Discovery School from the Federal Bureau of Prisons of 52 computer towers, keyboards and mice. These will replace existing computer lab towers and accessories and supplement primary classrooms.

 
 

ACTION ITEMS

 
 

27.

ACT TO APPROVE PUPIL SERVICES REPORT (Ms. Clark)

The board will take action to approve the following items:
1. Expulsion of student #98959
2. Expulsion of student #9131825
3. Expulsion of student #335032

M_______ S_______ V_______

 
 

28.

ACT TO APPROVE 2015-2016 BOARD OBJECTIVES AND GOALS (Mrs. Gonzales)

The proposed board objectives and goals will be reviewed.

The recommended action is to approve the 2015-2016 board objectives and goals as presented.

M_______ S_______ V_______

 
 

29.

ACT TO APPROVE 2015-2016 DISTRICT ANNUAL BUDGET (Ms. Jauregui)

This budget represents the estimate for the 2015-2016 fiscal year on projected revenue and expenditures based on the Governorís May Revise proposal. District staff will revise the budget within 45 days following the Governorís approval of the State of Californiaís annual budget. The revised budget will be presented to you at the first interim report.

The recommended action is to approve the 2015-2016 District Annual Budget as presented.

M_______ S_______ V_______

 
 

30.

ACT TO APPROVE 2015-2016 DISTRICT LOCAL CONTROL ACCOUNTABILITY PLAN (LCAP) (Ms. Jauregui)

As a condition of approving a districtís budget, the Governing Board must develop, adopt, and annually update a three-year Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP). The LCAP describes the districtís overall vision and focuses on eight areas identified as state priorities. The LCAP demonstrates how the budget will help achieve the goals of the district.

The recommended action is to approve the 2015-2016 Local Control Accountability Plan for Victor Elementary School District as presented.

M_______ S_______ V_______

 
 

31.

ACT TO APPROVE 2015-2016 CHARTER LOCAL CONTROL ACCOUNTABILITY PLAN (LCAP) (Ms. Jauregui)

As a condition of approving a districtís budget, the Governing Board must develop, adopt, and annually update a three-year Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP). The LCAP describes the districtís overall vision and focuses on eight areas identified as state priorities. The LCAP demonstrates how the budget will help achieve the goals of the district. The district has decided to have the Charter LCAPs approved by the board for continued transparency within the district.

The recommended action is to approve the 2015-2016 Local Control Accountability Plans for Mountain View Montessori Charter School and Sixth Street Prep Charter School as presented.

M_______ S_______ V_______

 
 

32.

ACT TO APPROVE RESOLUTION 15-14, 2014-2015 ACTUAL SPENDING OF THE VESD EDUCATION PROTECTION ACCOUNT (EPA) FUNDS (Ms. Jauregui)

Article XIII Section 36 of the California Constitution establishes an annual requirement for board action reviewing how monies received from the Education Protection Account were spent by the district within the current year. In compliance with this requirement the district has determined, as reflected in Resolution 15-14 that the monies received were spent on instructional salaries.

The recommended action is to approve Resolution 15-14 authorizing how the funds of the district Education Protection Account (EPA) were spent for 2014-2015.

M_______ S_______ V_______

 
 

33.

ACT TO APPROVE RESOLUTIONS 15-15 AND 15-16, 2014-2015 ACTUAL SPENDING OF THE CHARTER EDUCATION PROTECTION ACCOUNT (EPA) FUNDS(Ms. Jauregui)

Article XIII Section 36 of the California Constitution establishes an annual requirement for board action reviewing how monies received from the Education Protection Account were spent by the charters within the current year. In compliance with this requirement the district has determined, as reflected in Resolution 15-15 for Mountain View Montessori and Resolution 15-16 for Sixth Street Prep that the monies received were spent on instructional salaries.

The recommended action is to approve Resolutions 15-15 and 15-16 authorizing how the funds of the Charter Education Protection Accounts (EPA) were spent for 2014≠-2015.

M_______ S_______ V_______

 
 

34.

ACT TO APPROVE RESOLUTION 15-17, AUTHORIZING TEMPORARY BORROWING BETWEEN FUNDS OF THE SCHOOL DISTRICT (Ms. Jauregui)

Resolution 15-17 will allow payroll warrants to be drawn against the General Fund even if its cash balance is insufficient as long as cash balances in all funds are sufficient to cover the expense.

The recommended action is to approve Resolution 15-17 authorizing temporary borrowing between funds of the school district for the fiscal year 2015-2016.

M_______ S_______ V_______

 
 

35.

ACT TO APPROVE SPRING SUBMISSION FOR THE CARS REPORT (Ms. Jauregui)

2014/2015 CARS (Consolidated Application and Reporting System) Spring Data Collection as well as the 2015/2016 Application for Funding are being submitted for Board approval.

The recommended action is to approve the 2014/2015 CARS Spring Submission and 2015/2016 Application for Funding as presented.

M_______ S_______ V_______

 
 

36.

ACT TO APPROVE CLASSIFIED SALARY SCHEDULE (Mrs. Mills)

An agreement was reached by the district and CSEA negotiators using the Interest Based Bargaining approach to increase the Classified Salary Schedule by 2% effective July 1, 2015.

The recommended action is to approve the Classified Salary Schedule as presented.

M_______ S_______ V_______

 
 

37.

ACT TO APPROVE CSEA AB 1200 (Mrs. Mills)

The CSEA AB 1200 financial report is required to be completed when any additions, deletions or modifications have been made to the CSEA agreement. The CSEA AB 1200 was posted for public view for 10 working days. It is presented to the Board of Trustees for approval.

The recommended action is to approve the CSEA AB 1200 effective July 1, 2015.

M_______ S_______ V_______

 
 

38.

ACT TO APPROVE INCREASE OF HOURS FOR SEVEN SCHOOL CLERKS (Mrs. Mills)

Due to an increase in enrollment, administration is requesting a permanent increase in hours from four hours to eight hours per day, for the school clerks assigned to: Del Rey, Endeavour School of Exploration, Galileo, Green Tree East, Irwin Academy, Puesta del Sol and West Palms Conservatory. This change will be effective July 1, 2015.

The recommended action is to increase the hours of seven school clerks from four hours per day to eight hours per day, effective July 1, 2015.

M_______ S_______ V_______

 
 

39.

ACT TO APPROVE MANAGEMENT SALARY SCHEDULE AND CLASSIFIED MANAGER EMPLOYMENT CONTRACTS (Mrs. Mills)

The recommended action is to approve the updated management salary schedule and classified manager employment contracts.

M_______ S_______ V_______

 
 

40.

ACT TO APPROVE EMPLOYMENT CONTRACTS FOR PRINCIPALS (Mrs. Mills)

The employment contracts for the principals of Brentwood, Challenger, Del Rey, Discovery, Endeavour, Galileo, Green Tree East, Irwin Academy, Liberty, Lomitas, Mojave Vista, Park View, Puesta del Sol, Sixth Street Prep, Village and West Palms will be presented for the boardís consideration as attached.

The recommended action is to approve the employment contracts for principals as presented.

M_______ S_______ V_______

 
 

41.

ACT TO APPROVE EMPLOYMENT CONTRACTS FOR ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENTS AND DIRECTOR OF FISCAL SERVICES (Mrs. Mills)

The employment contracts for the assistant superintendents of Personnel Services, Ed Services, Pupil Services, and Admin. Services, and the director of fiscal services will be presented for the boardís consideration as attached.

The recommended action is to approve the employment contracts for each of the assistant superintendents and the director of fiscal services as presented.

M_______ S_______ V_______

 
 

42.

ACT TO APPROVE PURCHASE OF SCHOOL BUSES (Mrs. Betts)

The district is planning to purchase a total of eight buses (four special needs buses and four regular education buses) to replace aging buses and meet the increasing population of special needs riders. We are purchasing the buses from Creative Bus Sales on a piggyback bid. The cost of the four special needs buses is $514,715.60 and the cost of the four regular ed buses is $515,331.60, for a total of $1,030,047.20.

The recommended action is to approve the purchase of four special needs buses and four regular education buses as presented.

M_______ S_______ V_______

 
 

CLOSED SESSION

A second closed session will be held if needed to complete any items from the first closed session.

 
 

REGULAR SESSION - REPORT OUT TO PUBLIC ON CLOSED SESSION ACTIONS

The board will return to regular session to report out to the public on any actions taken in closed session.

 
 

Adjournment

Time Adjourned: _____________________

M_____ S_____ V_____

 
 


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