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Victor Elementary School District
Agenda
Regular Board Meeting
WED, June 24, 2020, 6:00 pm
Location:
District Office, 12219 2nd Ave., Victorville, CA


VESD strongly urges the public to not physically attend board meetings while public health orders are in place requiring social distancing as a precaution against COVID19. Those who choose to physically attend the meeting will be required to maintain social distancing and remain at least 6 feet apart from anyone else. This could result in denying entry to the board room if capacity is reached. See the telephonic participation option below.

Join the meeting telephonically by dialing in to one of these numbers:
1-669-900-6833
1-253-215-8782
1-301-715-8592

Meeting ID: 991 4089 8027#

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 least 48 hours in advance 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.

*Public Comments: If you wish to make a public comment at this meeting, please email your comment to publiccomments@vesd.net no later than 3:00 p.m. on the day of the board meeting, ensure that the item you wish to comment on is typed in your email's subject line. Each emailed comment will be read aloud by a member of staff for up to 3 minutes. Any emailed comments received after the deadline listed above will not be heard.

**Public Hearing Comments: The same email address and guidelines as listed for Public Comments also applies to public comments regarding any Public Hearing that may appear on the agenda. Please indicate in the subject line of your email that the comment is regarding the Public Hearing.

Call To Order
Roll Call

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

*Public Verbal Comments (6:00 p.m.) (Please see * towards top of agenda for instructions)

 
 

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. The Board discusses personnel matters only in closed session. Should members of the public have a concern or complaint about District personnel, the Board requests that this be addressed through its complaint procedure; the form is available to the public with the agendas by the entrance to the board meeting room, rather than by comments during the opportunity for public comment. Should members of the public nevertheless discuss personnel matters during the opportunity for public comment, the Board will not respond to questions or comment on such matters. 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.

 
 

CLOSED SESSION

 
 

2.

REVIEW BOARD SELF-EVALUATION

 
 

3.

CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATORS

District Representative: Maureen Mills
Employee Organization: V.E.T.A.

District Representative: Debbie Betts
Employee Organization: C.S.E.A.

 
 

4.

PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT/RELEASE/RESIGNATION: Review Proposed Approval of Classified, Certificated & Charter School Personnel Reports #20-13 with Addendum(s)

 
 

5.

PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT: Review Proposed Annual Offers of Employment for Certificated Management Positions (Mrs. Mills)

Proposed individual offers of employment for the following Certificated Management positions are presented for your review.

Principal
Assistant Principal

 
 

6.

PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT: Review Proposed Annual Offers of Employment for Certificated Management Positions (Mrs. Mills)

Proposed individual offers of employment for the following Certificated Management positions are presented for your review.

On-Site Instructional Curriculum Coordinators

 
 

7.

PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT: Review Proposed Annual Offers of Employment for Classified Management Positions (Mrs. Mills)

Proposed individual offers of employment for the following Classified Management positions are presented for your review.

BUSINESS OFFICE MANAGER
COMPUTER NETWORK MANAGER
CUSTODIAL SUPERVISOR
FACILITIES SUPERVISOR
FAMILY RESOURCE SUPERVISOR
MAINTENANCE AND GROUNDS SUPERVISOR
PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER
PURCHASING MANAGER
SUPERVISOR OF NUTRITION SERVICES
SCHOOL SAFETY COORDINATORS

 
 

8.

PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT: Review Proposed Employment Contract of Assistant Superintendent, Administrative Services (Mrs. Gonzales)

 
 

9.

PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT: Review Proposed Employment Contract of Assistant Superintendent, Educational Services (Mrs. Gonzales)

 
 

10.

PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT: Review Proposed Employment Contract of Assistant Superintendent, Personnel Services (Mrs. Gonzales)

 
 

11.

PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT: Review Proposed Employment Contract of Assistant Superintendent, Pupil Services (Mrs. Gonzales)

 
 

12.

PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT: Review Proposed Annual Offer of Employment for Director of Facilities, Maintenance and Grounds (Mrs. Mills)

 
 

13.

PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT: Review Proposed Annual Offer of Employment for Director of Nutrition Services (Mrs. Mills)

 
 

14.

PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT: Review Proposed Annual Offer of Employment for Director of Safety and Transportation (Mrs. Mills)

 
 

15.

PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT: Review Proposed Annual Offer of Employment for Director of Technology (Mrs. Mills)

 
 

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

NOTICE: This board meeting is being recorded to assist board minutes preparation.

 
 

16.

Pledge of Allegiance

 
 

17.

Report Actions Taken in Closed Session

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

 
 

18.

Review Board Protocol

Chain of Command Section #2: Individual member requests to have reports, surveys, projects, etc. done will be directed only to the superintendent, who depending upon staff load, may ask for a board vote prior to committing district resources.

 
 

19.

Review of Basic #7

VESD Basic #7: We take responsibility and communicate concerns, providing possible solutions in order to create an environment of teamwork.

 
 

Communication Session

 
 

20.

Public Verbal Comments (Please see * towards top of agenda for instructions)

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. The Board discusses personnel matters only in closed session. Should members of the public have a concern or complaint about District personnel, the Board requests that this be addressed through its complaint procedure; the form is available to the public with the agendas by the entrance to the board meeting room, rather than by comments during the opportunity for public comment. Should members of the public nevertheless discuss personnel matters during the opportunity for public comment, the Board will not respond to questions or comment on such matters. 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.

 
 

21.

V.E.T.A. Report

 
 

22.

C.S.E.A. Report

 
 

23.

Superintendent's Comments

 
 

24.

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

 
 

25.

RECEIVE 2019/2020 ANNUAL SUSPENSION REPORT (Ms. Clark)

The board will receive the annual end-of-year suspension report for 2019/2020.

 
 

26.

SECOND READING OF NEW AND REVISED BOARD POLICIES (Mrs. Gonzales)

The following board policies are presented for the second reading and input. The final reading and approval is scheduled for July 8, 2020.

NOTE: BP 4040 Employee Use of Technology(Revised)
& E 4041 Employee Use of Technology Acceptable Use Agreement and Release(New)
have been removed and may be brought back at a future date.

New and Revised Policies:

BP 0420.4 Charter School Authorization (Revised)
BP 0420.41 Charter School Oversight (Revised)
BP 0420.42 Charter School Renewal (Revised)
BP 0420.43 Charter School Revocation (New)
BP 0430 Comprehensive Local Plan For Special Education (Revised)
BP 1312.1 Complaints Concerning District Employees (Revised)
BP 1340 Access to District Records (Revised)
BP 3515.4 Recovery for Property Loss Or Damage (Revised)
BP 3551 Food Service Operations-Cafeteria Fund (Revised)

BP 4112.2 Certification (Revised)
BP 4112.9, 4212.9, 4312.9 Employee Notifications(New)
BP 4113 Assignment (Revised)
BP 4119.42, 4219.42, 4319.42 Exposure Control Plan For Bloodborne Pathogens (New)
BP 4119.43, 4219.43, 4319.43 Universal Precautions (New)
BP 4351 Supervisory-Administrative Personnel Compensation (New)
BP 5116.1 Intradistrict Open Enrollment (Revised)
BP 5117 Interdistrict Attendance (Revised)
BP 5131 Conduct (Revised)
BP 5131.2 Bullying (Revised)
BP 5141.5 Mental Health (New)
BP 5141.52 Suicide Prevention (New)
BP 5142 Safety (Revised)
BP 5144.1 Suspension And Expulsion (Revised)
BP 5145.3 Nondiscrimination-Harassment (Revised)
BP 6020 Parent Involvement (Revised)
BP 6115 Ceremonies And Observances (Revised)
BP 6161.11 Supplementary Instructional Materials (New)
E 6163.41 Student Technology Acceptable Use Policy (Revised)
BP 6164.6 Identification and Education under Section 504 (Revised)


Policies to be Deleted:

BP 4112.9, 4212.9, 4312.9 Child Abuse Reporting Statement (Delete)


 
 

Consent Items (Items 27-34)

The board will review and approve all consent items listed below (items 27-34).

M_____ S_____ V_____

 
 

27.

Approve Minutes of the June 10, 2020, Regular Board Meeting

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

 
 

28.

Approve Classified Personnel Report #20-13 with Addendum(s)

 
 

29.

Approve Certificated & Charter School Personnel Reports #20-13 with Addendum(s)

 
 

30.

Approve District Warrants Report

 
 

31.

Approve Contract Listing

 
 

32.

Act to Approve Annual Offers of Employment for Certificated Management Positions

Individual offers of employment for the following Certificated Management positions are presented for your approval.

Principal
Assistant Principal

 
 

33.

Act to Approve Annual Offers of Employment for Certificated Management Positions

Individual offers of employment for the following Certificated Management positions are presented for your approval.

On-Site Instructional Curriculum Coordinators

 
 

34.

Act to Approve Annual Offers of Employment for Classified Management Positions

Individual offers of employment for the following Classified Management positions are presented for your approval.

BUSINESS OFFICE MANAGER
COMPUTER NETWORK MANAGER
CUSTODIAL SUPERVISOR
FACILITIES SUPERVISOR
FAMILY RESOURCE SUPERVISOR
MAINTENANCE AND GROUNDS SUPERVISOR
PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER
PURCHASING MANAGER
SUPERVISOR OF NUTRITION SERVICES
SCHOOL SAFETY COORDINATORS

 
 

PUBLIC HEARING

 
 

35.

**PUBLIC HEARING FOR INPUT REGARDING 2020/2021 ANNUAL DISTRICT BUDGET AND PROPOSED ALLOCATION OF EXCESS RESERVES (Mrs. Betts)
(Please see ** towards top of agenda for instructions re: Public Hearing Comments)

At this time a public hearing will be opened to give the public an opportunity to comment on this item:

1. The presented proposed statement for balances in excess of minimum reserve requirements for fiscal year 2020/2021
2. The presented 2020/2021 District budgets have been available at the District Office since June 18,2020. (Adjustments to these budgets will be made after Governor Newsom signs the California State Budget.)

Time hearing opened:__________

Time hearing closed:____________

 
 

PUBLIC HEARING

 
 

36.

**PUBLIC HEARING FOR INPUT REGARDING ADMISSIONS POLICIES FOR THE MOUNTAIN VIEW MONTESSORI CHARTER SCHOOL (Ms. Clark)
(Please see ** towards top of agenda for instructions re: Public Hearing Comments)

A public hearing will be held to review the admissions policies for Mountain View Montessori Charter School charter renewal. The Board will allow members of the public to address the Board or provide input regarding the admissions policy in the charter renewal.

Time hearing opened:__________

Time hearing closed:____________

 
 

PUBLIC HEARING

 
 

37.

**PUBLIC HEARING FOR INPUT REGARDING ADMISSIONS POLICIES FOR THE SIXTH STREET PREP CHARTER SCHOOL (Ms. Clark)
(Please see ** towards top of agenda for instructions re: Public Hearing Comments)

A public hearing will be held to review the admissions policies for Sixth Street Prep Charter School charter renewal. The Board will allow members of the public to address the Board or provide input regarding the admissions policy in the charter renewal.

Time hearing opened:__________

Time hearing closed:____________

 
 

PUBLIC HEARING

 
 

38.

**PUBLIC HEARING FOR DONATIONS/SALE/DISPOSAL OF OBSOLETE SCIENCE MATERIALS (Ms. Clark)
(Please see ** towards top of agenda for instructions re: Public Hearing Comments)

The Board has approved the adoption of science materials aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards. The science materials in the classrooms will be obsolete at the beginning of the 2020-21 school year. Pursuant to AR3270(b), the Board will allow members of the public to address the Board regarding the distribution of these materials.

Time hearing opened:__________

Time hearing closed:____________

 
 

ACTION ITEMS

 
 

39.

ACT TO APPROVE DONATION/SALE/DISPOSAL OF OBSOLETE SCIENCE MATERIALS (Ms. Clark)

Pursuant to BP 3270 and AR 3270(b), materials may be donated to another district, county free library or other state institution; a United States public agency or institution; a nonprofit charitable organization; or children or adults in California or foreign countries for the purpose of increasing the general literacy of the people. These materials may also be sold, in which case all of the proceeds of the sale shall be available to acquire basic & supplemental instructional materials or technology-based materials. Any of the said materials remaining after 60 days will be destroyed and disposed of so as not to be salable.

The recommended action is that the textbooks be donated. Any materials remaining after 60 days may then be sold or destroyed and disposed of.

M_____ S_____ V_____

 
 

40.

ACT TO APPROVE THE COVID-19 OPERATIONS WRITTEN REPORT FOR VESD (Ms. Clark)

Executive Order N-56-20 requires that all LEAs complete a written report to explain the changes to program offerings that the LEA has made in response to school closures to address the COVID-19 emergency, the major impacts of such closures on students and families, and a description of how the LEA is meeting the needs of its unduplicated students.

The recommended action is to approve the COVID-19 Operations Written Report for VESD as presented.

M_______ S_______ V_______

 
 

41.

ACT TO APPROVE THE COVID-19 OPERATIONS WRITTEN REPORT FOR MOUNTAIN VIEW MONTESSORI CHARTER (Ms. Clark)

Executive Order N-56-20 requires that all charter schools complete a written report to explain the changes to program offerings that they have made in response to school closures to address the COVID-19 emergency, the major impacts of such closures on students and families, and a description of how the charter is meeting the needs of its unduplicated students.

The recommended action is to approve the COVID-19 Operations Written Report for Mountain View Montessori Charter as presented.

M_______ S_______ V_______

 
 

42.

ACT TO APPROVE THE COVID-19 OPERATIONS WRITTEN REPORT FOR SIXTH STREET PREP CHARTER (Ms. Clark)

Executive Order N-56-20 requires that all charter schools complete a written report to explain the changes to program offerings that they have made in response to school closures to address the COVID-19 emergency, the major impacts of such closures on students and families, and a description of how the charter is meeting the needs of its unduplicated students.

The recommended action is to approve the COVID-19 Operations Written Report for Sixth Street Prep Charter as presented.

M_______ S_______ V_______

 
 

43.

ACT TO APPROVE FIVE-YEAR CHARTER RENEWAL FOR MOUNTAIN VIEW MONTESSORI CHARTER SCHOOL (Mrs. Betts)

At the June 10, 2020 board meeting, information was presented and a public hearing was held regarding the five-year charter renewal for Mountain View Montessori Charter School. This item is now being presented to the board for approval.

The recommended action is to approve the five-year charter renewal for Mountain View Montessori Charter School as presented.

M_______ S_______ V_______

 
 

44.

ACT TO APPROVE FIVE-YEAR CHARTER RENEWAL FOR SIXTH STREET PREP CHARTER SCHOOL (Mrs. Betts)

At the June 10, 2020 board meeting, information was presented and a public hearing was held regarding the five-year charter renewal for Sixth Street Prep Charter School. This item is now being presented to the board for approval.

The recommended action is to approve the five-year charter renewal for Sixth St. Prep Charter School as presented.

M_______ S_______ V_______

 
 

45.

ACT TO APPROVE 2020-2021 DISTRICT ANNUAL BUDGET (Mrs. Betts)

This budget represents the estimate for the 2020-2021 fiscal year on projected revenue and expenditures based on the Governor’s May Revise proposal. District staff will revise the budget within 45 days following the Governor’s approval of the State of California’s annual budget. The revised budget will be presented to you at the first interim report.

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

M_______ S_______ V_______

 
 

46.

ACT TO APPROVE RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING 2019-2020 ACTUAL SPENDING OF THE VESD EDUCATION PROTECTION ACCOUNT (EPA) FUNDS (Mrs.Betts)

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 #20-07 that the monies received were spent on instructional salaries.

The recommended action is to approve Resolutions #20-07 authorizing how the funds of the District Education Protection Account (EPA) were spent for 2019-2020.

M_______ S_______ V_______

 
 

47.

ACT TO APPROVE RESOLUTIONS AUTHORIZING 2019/2020 ACTUAL SPENDING OF THE CHARTER EDUCATION PROTECTION ACCOUNT (EPA) FUNDS (Mrs. Betts)

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 #20-08 for Mountain View Montessori and Resolution #20-09 for Sixth Street Prep that the monies received were spent on instructional salaries.

The recommended action is to approve Resolutions #20-08 and #20-09 authorizing how the funds of the Charter Education Protection Accounts (EPA) were spent for 2019/2020.

M_______ S_______ V_______

 
 

48.

ACT TO APPROVE RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING 2020-2021 BUDGETED SPENDING DETERMINATIONS OF THE VESD EDUCATION PROTECTION ACCOUNT (EPA) FUNDS (Mrs. Betts)

Article XIII Section 36 of the California Constitution establishes an annual requirement for Board action determining how monies received from the Education Protection Account will be spent by the District. In compliance with this requirement the District has determined, as reflected in Resolution #20-10 to spend the monies received on instructional salaries.

The recommended action is to approve Resolution #20-10 for VESD authorizing budgeted spending determinations of the Education Protection Account (EPA) for 2020-2021.

M_______ S_______ V_______

 
 

49.

ACT TO APPROVE RESOLUTIONS AUTHORIZING 2020-2021 BUDGETED SPENDING DETERMINATIONS OF THE EDUCATION PROTECTION ACCOUNT (EPA) FUNDS FOR THE CHARTER SCHOOLS (Mrs. Betts)

Article XIII Section 36 of the California Constitution establishes an annual requirement for Board action determining how monies received from the Education Protection Account will be spent by the charter schools. In compliance with this requirement the District has determined, as reflected in Resolution #20-11 for Mountain View Montessori, and #20-12 for Sixth Street Prep, to spend the monies received on instructional salaries.

The recommended action is to approve Resolution #20-11 for Mountain View Montessori and #20-12 for Sixth Street Prep authorizing budgeted spending determinations of the Education Protection Account (EPA) for 2020-2021.

M_______ S_______ V_______

 
 

50.

ACT TO APPROVE CSEA AGREEMENT AND MEMORANDUMS OF UNDERSTANDING (Mrs. Betts)

Through negotiations, an agreement has been reached with CSEA and Victor Elementary School District on the following articles and Memorandums of Understanding:

Tentative Agreement: Addressing changes to the following:
• Preamble
• Article 4 Bargaining Unit Member Rights
• Article 13 Evaluation Procedures
• Article 19 Term of Agreement
• Appendix A Evaluation Form

Memorandum of Understanding: Addressing the need to temporarily increase custodial cleaning times during the 2020/2021 school year

Memorandum of Understanding: Addressing the need to temporarily extend work times for Nutrition Services staff members during the 2020/2021 school year

Memorandum of Understanding: Addressing the need to provide temporary support for Day Custodians assigned to schools with enrollment of over 950 students

Memorandum of Understanding: Addressing the elimination of a five (5) hour Instructional Assistant position assigned to Discovery School that is no longer needed

The recommended action is to approve the Agreement and Memorandums of Understanding between CSEA and VESD as presented.

M_______ S_______ V_______

 
 

51.

ACT TO APPROVE CSEA AB 1200 (Mrs. Betts)

The AB 1200 financial report is required to be completed when any additions, deletions or modifications have been made to the CSEA agreement. The AB 1200 was posted for public view for 72 hours. It is presented to the Board of Trustees for approval.

The recommended action is to approve the AB 1200.

M_______ S_______ V_______

 
 

52.

ACT TO APPROVE COMPENSATION OF UNUSED VACATION FOR CLASSIFIED MANAGERS (Mrs. Mills)

Classified Management employees were not able to utilize their vacation prior to June 30, 2020 due to the school district closure during the COVID-19 pandemic, or because of job classification changes. It is therefore recommended that these employees be compensated for vacation not utilized during the 2019/2020 school year in accordance with AR 4362.

The recommended action is to approve the compensation of unused vacation for Classified Managers as presented.

M_______ S_______ V_______

 
 

53.

ACT TO APPROVE EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT OF ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT, ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES (Mrs. Gonzales)

The Brown Act was amended according to SB 1436, effective January 1, 2017, to require the Governing Board, prior to taking final action on an employment agreement, to orally report a summary of a recommendation for the salaries, salary schedules, or compensation paid in the form of fringe benefits for “local agency executives.” The Assistant Superintendent, Administrative Services is a local agency executive and a proposed contract is presented.

The recommended action is to approve the Employment Contract for the Assistant Superintendent, Administrative Services as presented.

M_______ S_______ V_______

 
 

54.

ACT TO APPROVE EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT OF ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT, EDUCATIONAL SERVICES (Mrs. Gonzales)

The Brown Act was amended according to SB 1436, effective January 1, 2017, to require the Governing Board, prior to taking final action on an employment agreement, to orally report a summary of a recommendation for the salaries, salary schedules, or compensation paid in the form of fringe benefits for “local agency executives.” The Assistant Superintendent, Educational Services is a local agency executive and a proposed contract is presented.

The recommended action is to approve the Employment Contract for the Assistant Superintendent, Educational Services as presented.

M_______ S_______ V_______

 
 

55.

ACT TO APPROVE EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT OF ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT, PERSONNEL SERVICES (Mrs. Gonzales)

The Brown Act was amended according to SB 1436, effective January 1, 2017, to require the Governing Board, prior to taking final action on an employment agreement, to orally report a summary of a recommendation for the salaries, salary schedules, or compensation paid in the form of fringe benefits for “local agency executives.” The Assistant Superintendent, Personnel Services is a local agency executive and a proposed contract is presented.

The recommended action is to approve the Employment Contract for the Assistant Superintendent, Personnel Services as presented.

M_______ S_______ V_______

 
 

56.

ACT TO APPROVE EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT OF ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT, PUPIL SERVICES (Mrs. Gonzales)

The Brown Act was amended according to SB 1436, effective January 1, 2017, to require the Governing Board, prior to taking final action on an employment agreement, to orally report a summary of a recommendation for the salaries, salary schedules, or compensation paid in the form of fringe benefits for “local agency executives.” The Assistant Superintendent, Pupil Services is a local agency executive and a proposed contract is presented.

The recommended action is to approve the Employment Contract for the Assistant Superintendent, Pupil Services as presented.

M_______ S_______ V_______

 
 

57.

ACT TO APPROVE ANNUAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT FOR THE DIRECTOR OF FACILITIES, MAINTENANCE AND GROUNDS (Mrs. Mills)

The Brown Act was amended according to SB 1436, effective January 1, 2017, to require the Governing Board, prior to taking final action on an employment agreement, to orally report a summary of a recommendation for the salaries, salary schedules, or compensation paid in the form of fringe benefits for “local agency executives.” The Director of Facilities, Maintenance and Grounds is a local agency executive and a proposed offer of employment is presented.

The recommended action is to approve the annual offer of employment for the Director of Facilities, Maintenance and Grounds as presented.

M_______ S_______ V_______

 
 

58.

ACT TO APPROVE ANNUAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT FOR THE DIRECTOR OF NUTRITION SERVICES (Mrs. Mills)

The Brown Act was amended according to SB 1436, effective January 1, 2017, to require the Governing Board, prior to taking final action on an employment agreement, to orally report a summary of a recommendation for the salaries, salary schedules, or compensation paid in the form of fringe benefits for “local agency executives.” The Director of Nutrition Services is a local agency executive and a proposed offer of employment is presented.

The recommended action is to approve the annual offer of employment for the Director of Nutrition Services as presented.

M_______ S_______ V_______

 
 

59.

ACT TO APPROVE ANNUAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT FOR THE DIRECTOR OF SAFETY AND TRANSPORTATION (Mrs. Mills)

The Brown Act was amended according to SB 1436, effective January 1, 2017, to require the Governing Board, prior to taking final action on an employment agreement, to orally report a summary of a recommendation for the salaries, salary schedules, or compensation paid in the form of fringe benefits for “local agency executives.” The Director of Safety and Transportation is a local agency executive and a proposed offer of employment is presented.

The recommended action is to approve the annual offer of employment for the Director of Safety and Transportation as presented.

M_______ S_______ V_______

 
 

60.

ACT TO APPROVE ANNUAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT FOR THE DIRECTOR OF TECHNOLOGY (Mrs. Mills)

The Brown Act was amended according to SB 1436, effective January 1, 2017, to require the Governing Board, prior to taking final action on an employment agreement, to orally report a summary of a recommendation for the salaries, salary schedules, or compensation paid in the form of fringe benefits for “local agency executives.” The Director of Technology is a local agency executive and a proposed offer of employment is presented.

The recommended action is to approve the annual offer of employment for the Director of Technology as presented.

M_______ S_______ V_______

 
 

61.

ACT TO APPROVE ANNUAL DECLARATION OF NEED FOR FULLY QUALIFIED EDUCATORS (Mrs. Mills)

The Commission on Teacher Credentialing currently issues emergency permits and limited assignment permits at the request of employing districts.

We are performing a diligent search to recruit fully prepared teachers for classrooms K-6 and Special Education and find it may necessary to hire Interns or Emergency Permit holders to fill the classroom needs.

The recommended action is to approve the Annual Declaration Of Need For Fully Qualified Educators as presented.

M_______ S_______ V_______

 
 

62.

ACT TO APPROVE EMPLOYMENT OF LAUREN ROMERO AND SERENA LINARES ON THE BASIS OF A PROVISIONAL INTERN PERMIT (Mrs. Mills)

The Provisional Internship Permit (PIP) allows an employing agency to fill an immediate staffing need by hiring an individual who has not yet met the subject matter competence requirement needed to enter an intern program. The District has made diligent recruitment efforts.

The recommended action is to approve the employment of Lauren Romero and Serena Linares on the basis of Provisional Intern Permit as presented.

M_______ S_______ V_______

 
 

63.

RATIFY ACTION TAKEN TO CLOSE SCHOOLS FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE 2019-2020 SCHOOL YEAR, EFFECTIVE MARCH 16, 2020 (Mrs. Gonzales)

Board Policy No. 2210 states, “in any situation in which immediate action is needed to avoid any risk to the safety or security of district students, staff, or property or disruption to student learning, the Superintendent or designee shall have the authority to act on behalf of the district.”

Moreover, Board Policy No. 2210 requires that the Superintendent must notify the Board after exercising this authority and that the Board shall review the action taken.

In response to the declared statewide emergency arising from COVID-19, and in consultation with local public health agencies and the San Bernardino County Office of Education, action was taken by the Superintendent to close schools for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year effective March 16, 2020. In accordance with Board Policy No. 2210, the Superintendent’s action was appropriately reviewed at the Board’s April 22, 2020 Board meeting.

The Board desires to take formal action to ratify the Superintendent’s initial action to close schools for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year effective March 16, 2020.

M_______ S_______ V_______

 
 

64.

ACT TO APPROVE RESOLUTION 20-13, ORDER OF ELECTION FOR GOVERNING BOARD MEMBERS WHOSE TERMS EXPIRE DECEMBER 11, 2020 (Mrs. Gonzales)

We have been advised by San Bernardino County Supt. of Schools office that the Order of Election and Specification of the Election Order Resolution must be adopted by the governing board and returned to the Registrar of Voters no later than July 3, 2020.

The recommended action is to approve Resolution 20-13, ordering a school district election for governing board members whose terms expire December 11, 2020, as presented.

M_______ S_______ V_______

 
 

65.

ACT TO VOTE ON 2020 CSBA DELEGATE ASSEMBLY RUN-OFF ELECTION (Mrs. Gonzales)

The members of the Delegate Assembly Election Committee met on March 24, 2020 to count and certify the ballots for membership on the CSBA Delegate Assembly. A tie vote resulted in a run-off election in Subregion 16B.

The board as a whole may vote for one candidate on the ballot for the 2020 CSBA Delegate Assembly.

The board will consider taking action to vote for one candidate.

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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: _____________________

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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.


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