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Victor Elementary School District
Minutes
Regular Board Meeting
TUE, June 18, 2019, 6:00 pm
Location:
District Office, 12219 2nd Ave., Victorville, CA


The regular board meeting of the Victor Elementary School District was held on Tuesday, June 18, 2019, at the district office, 12219 2nd Ave., Victorville, California. The meeting began at 6:00 p.m.
Members:
PRESENT: Joyce Chamberlain, President; Gabriel Stine, Vice President; Gary Elder and Clayton Moore

ABSENT: Allen Williams, Clerk

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

1.

Receive Public Verbal Comments Regarding Closed Session Items: None


CLOSED SESSION

2.

REVIEW BOARD SELF-EVALUATION


3.

PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT/RELEASE/RESIGNATION: Act to Approve Personnel Reports #19-13 with Addendum(s) and Resolution 19-18 regarding Compulsory Leave of Absence for Certificated Employee #19-04

In closed session the Board ratified by unanimous vote Resolution 19-18 placing certificated employee number 19-04 on unpaid compulsory leave, pursuant to Education Code sections 44940 and 44010. The Board has directed the Superintendent or designee to provide all appropriate legal notices and otherwise effectuate this process. Since this matter involves sensitive employee matters, given the need to respect personal privacies, the Board will not be able to comment further on this matter at this time.

The roll-call vote was as follows:
Ayes: 4 (Joyce Chamberlain, Gary Elder, Gabriel Stine and Clayton Moore)
Noes: 0
Abstentions: 0

Upon a motion by Clayton Moore, seconded by Gabriel Stine, and followed by a vote of 4-0, the Board approved the Victor Elementary School District personnel reports with addendums as presented.


4.

CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATORS

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

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


5.

PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT: Review Proposed Annual Offers of Employment for Certificated Management Positions


6.

PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT: Review Proposed Annual Offers of Employment for Classified Management Positions


7.

PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT: Review Proposed Annual Offers of Employment for Mountain View Montessori At Will Employees


8.

PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT: Review Proposed Employment Contract of Assistant Superintendent, Administrative Services


9.

PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT: Review Proposed Employment Contract of Assistant Superintendent, Educational Services


10.

PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT: Review Proposed Employment Contract of Assistant Superintendent, Personnel Services


11.

PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT: Review Proposed Employment Contract of Assistant Superintendent, Pupil Services


12.

PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT: Review Proposed Annual Offer of Employment for Director of School Climate & Student Wellness


13.

PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT: Review Proposed Offer of Employment for Director of Facilities


14.

PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT: Review Proposed Annual Offer of Employment for Director of Facilities


15.

PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT: Review Proposed Annual Offer of Employment for Director of Fiscal Services


16.

PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT: Review Proposed Annual Offer of Employment for Director of Nutrition Services


17.

PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT: Review Proposed Annual Offer of Employment for Director of Safety, Operations & Transportation


18.

PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT: Review Proposed Annual Offer of Employment for Director of Technology


19.

RECEIVE LIABILITY CLAIMS UPDATE (Mrs. Betts)


20.

REVIEW EDUCATIONAL SERVICES REPORT (Ms. Clark & Mr. Bettger)

The board will review the educational services report regarding:

A. Expulsion for Student #9138934


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

The board recessed from closed session at 6:56 p.m. and entered regular session at 7:00 p.m. President Joyce Chamberlain announced that this board meeting is being recorded to assist board minutes preparation.

21.

Pledge of Allegiance


22.

Report Actions Taken in Closed Session

The actions taken in closed session above were reported out to the public.


23.

Review Board Protocol

Teamwork Section #4: No one is to divide board members.


24.

Review of Basic #4

VESD Basic #4: As role models, we take pride in our professional dress, personal appearance, and the materials and equipment entrusted to us.


Communication Session

25.

Public Verbal Comments: None


26.

V.E.T.A. Report

Penny D. Smith, Chairperson of VETA Negotiations Team, presented the VETA report. The teachers are enjoying time off and appreciate the school and classroom preparations by the classified staff.


27.

C.S.E.A. Report

Ruben Santos, CSEA President, reported that the negotiations wrapped up and he is proud of the team for their out of the box solutions. Summertime is busy for classified staff with summer cleanup, asphalt projects, repairs, etc. But, everything will be ready when school starts.


28.

Superintendent's Comments

Superintendent Gonzales reported that the Multi Tiered System of Support retreat was held recently for MTSS teams to share out best practices and update their plans. She noted her appreciation for the contribution by SBCSS for Cabinet to attend their executive development program. Summer School is off to a good start with a new format. She closed by thanking the classified staff for their service during the hot summer months.


29.

Board Members Comments

(1) Clayton Moore attended the Mountain Desert Economic Partnership committee meeting recently. He hoped everyone enjoyed Father's Day and wished everyone a pleasant summer. (2) Dr. Stine wished everyone a good summer. (3) Dr. Elder hopes everyone enjoys their summer. (4) Joyce Chamberlain expressed her appreciation for everyone that is working over the summer and appreciates everyone that came tonight.


Information Items

30.

RECEIVE MONTHLY SUSPENSION REPORTS FOR MAY & JUNE 2019 (Ms. Clark)

The board received the monthly suspension reports for May and June, 2019.


31.

RECEIVE MONTHLY ATTENDANCE RECOGNITION REPORT (Ms. Clark)

The board received the monthly attendance recognition report.


32.

RECEIVE MONITORING REPORT (Mrs. Gonzales)

The monthly monitoring report was presented.


33.

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

The following board policies were presented for the second reading and input. The final reading and approval is scheduled for July 10, 2019.

New and Revised Policies:

BP 0420.41 Charter School Oversight (New)
BP 3290 Gifts, Grants and Bequests (Revised)
BP 4132, 4232, 4332 Publication Or Creation Of Materials (New)


Consent Items (Items 34-39)

Upon a motion by Gary Elder, seconded by Gabriel Stine, followed by a brief discussion regarding the contract listing, the board approved all consent items listed below by a vote of 4-0 (items 34-39).

34.

Approve Minutes of the June 5, 2019, Regular Board Meeting

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


35.

Approve District Warrants Report


36.

Approve Contract Listing


37.

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
On-Site Instructional Curriculum Coordinator


38.

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
FAMILY RESOURCE SUPERVISOR
MAINTENANCE & GROUNDS SUPERVISOR
PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER
PURCHASING MANAGER
SCHOOL SAFETY COORDINATORS
SUPERVISOR OF NUTRITION SERVICES


39.

Act to Approve Annual Offers of Employment for Mountain View Montessori At Will Employees

Individual offers of employment for the following Mountain View Montessori positions are presented for your approval.

Head of School
Certificated Employees
Classified Employees


ACTION ITEMS

40.

ACT TO APPROVE EDUCATIONAL SERVICES REPORT (Ms. Clark)

Upon a motion by Gary Elder, seconded by Clayton Moore, and followed by a 4-0 vote, the board approved the educational services report regarding the following student, as presented:

Expulsion for Student #9138934


41.

ACT TO APPROVE LCAP FEDERAL ADDENDUM (Ms. Clark)

The LCAP Federal Addendum is meant to supplement the LCAP to ensure that eligible LEAs have the opportunity to meet the Local Educational Agency (LEA) Plan provisions of the ESSA. This LCAP Federal Addendum provides LEAs with the opportunity to document their approach to maximizing the impact of federal funding in support of underserved students.

Upon a motion by Gabriel Stine, seconded by Gary Elder, and followed by a 4-0 vote, the board approved the LCAP Federal Addendum as presented.


42.

ACT TO APPROVE 2019-2020 DISTRICT ANNUAL BUDGET (Mrs. Gleason)

This budget represents the estimate for the 2019-2020 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.

Upon a motion by Gabriel Stine, seconded by Gary Elder, and followed by a 4-0 vote, the board approved the District Annual Budget as presented.


43.

ACT TO APPROVE RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING 2018-2019 ACTUAL SPENDING OF THE VESD EDUCATION PROTECTION ACCOUNT (EPA) FUNDS (Mrs. Gleason)

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 #19-10 for VESD that the monies received were spent on instructional salaries.

Upon a motion by Clayton Moore, seconded by Gabriel Stine, and followed by a 4-0 vote, the board approved Resolutions #19-10 authorizing how the funds of the District Education Protection Account (EPA) were spent for 2018-2019.


44.

ACT TO APPROVE RESOLUTIONS AUTHORIZING 2018/2019 ACTUAL SPENDING OF THE CHARTER EDUCATION PROTECTION ACCOUNT (EPA) FUNDS (Mrs. Gleason)

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 #19-11 for Mountain View Montessori and Resolution #19-12 for Sixth Street Prep that the monies received were spent on instructional salaries.

Upon a motion by Gabriel Stine, seconded by Gary Elder, and followed by a 4-0 vote, the board approved Resolutions #19-11 and #19-12 authorizing how the funds of the Charter Education Protection Accounts (EPA) were spent for 2018/2019.


45.

ACT TO APPROVE RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING 2019--2020 BUDGETED SPENDING DETERMINATIONS OF THE EDUCATION PROTECTION ACCOUNT (EPA) FUNDS (Mrs. Gleason)

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 #19-13 to spend the monies received on instructional salaries.

Upon a motion by Gary Elder, seconded by Clayton Moore, and followed by a 4-0 vote, the board approved Resolution #19-13 authorizing budgeted spending determinations of the Education Protection Account (EPA) for 2019-2020.


46.

ACT TO APPROVE RESOLUTIONS AUTHORIZING 2019-2020 BUDGETED SPENDING DETERMINATIONS OF THE EDUCATION PROTECTION ACCOUNT (EPA) FUNDS FOR THE CHARTER SCHOOLS (Mrs. Gleason)

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 #19-14 for Mountain View Montessori, and #19-15 for Sixth Street Prep, to spend the monies received on instructional salaries.

Upon a motion by Gabriel Stine, seconded by Clayton Moore, and followed by a 4-0 vote, the board approved Resolution #19-14 for Mountain View Montessori and #19-15 for Sixth Street Prep authorizing budgeted spending determinations of the Education Protection Account (EPA) for 2019-2020.


47.

ACT TO APPROVE 2019-2020 DISTRICT LOCAL CONTROL ACCOUNTABILITY PLAN (LCAP) (Mrs. Gleason)

As a condition of approving a District’s budget, the Governing Board must develop, adopt, and annually update a three-year Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP). The LCAP describes the District’s 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.

Upon a motion by Gary Elder, seconded by Clayton Moore, and followed by a 4-0 vote, the board approved the 2019-2020 Local Control Accountability Plan for Victor Elementary School District as presented.


48.

ACT TO APPROVE 2019-2020 MOUNTAIN VIEW MONTESSORI LOCAL CONTROL ACCOUNTABILITY PLAN (LCAP) (Mrs. Gleason)

The LCAP describes the 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.

Upon a motion by Gabriel Stine, seconded by Clayton Moore, and followed by a 4-0 vote, the board approved the 2019-2020 Local Control Accountability Plan for Mountain View Montessori Charter School as presented.


49.

ACT TO APPROVE 2019-2020 SIXTH STREET PREP LOCAL CONTROL ACCOUNTABILITY PLAN (LCAP) (Mrs. Gleason)

The LCAP describes the 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.

Upon a motion by Gary Elder, seconded by Clayton Moore, and followed by a 4-0 vote, the board approved the 2019-2020 Local Control Accountability Plan for Sixth Street Prep Charter School as presented.


50.

ACT TO APPROVE 2018/2019 CARS SPRING DATA COLLECTION & 2019/2020 APPLICATION FOR FUNDING (Mrs. Gleason)

2018/2019 CARS (Consolidated Application and Reporting System) Spring Data Collection as well as the 2019/2020 Application for Funding were submitted for Board approval.

Upon a motion by Gary Elder, seconded by Gabriel Stine, and followed by a 4-0 vote, the board approved the CARS Spring Submission and Application for Funding as presented.


51.

ACT TO APPROVE THE PURCHASE OF BUSES AS PRESENTED (Mrs. Sharp)

The District is planning to purchase a total of eight buses to replace aging buses. We are purchasing the buses from Creative Bus Sales on a piggyback bid. This purchase requires Board approval as the total cost will exceed $1 million dollars.

Upon a motion by Gary Elder, seconded by Clayton Moore, and followed by a 4-0 vote, the board approved the purchase of the buses as presented and authorize Jennifer Sharp, Purchasing Manager to sign all related documents.


52.

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.

Superintendent Jan Gonzales read aloud the paragraph above and noted that the same paragraph applies to Agenda Items 52-62 (Minute Items 52-62)

Superintendent Gonzales read aloud the memo summarizing the salary, longevity pay and compensation paid in the form of fringe benefits. Upon a motion by Gabriel Stine, seconded by Clayton Moore, and followed by a 4-0 vote, the board approved the Employment Contract for the Assistant Superintendent, Administrative Services as presented.


53.

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.

Superintendent Gonzales read aloud the memo summarizing the salary, longevity pay and compensation paid in the form of fringe benefits. Upon a motion by Gary Elder, seconded by Clayton Moore, and followed by a 4-0 vote, the board approved the Employment Contract for the Assistant Superintendent, Educational Services as presented.


54.

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.

Superintendent Gonzales read aloud the memo summarizing the salary, longevity pay and compensation paid in the form of fringe benefits. Upon a motion by Gabriel Stine, seconded by Gary Elder, and followed by a 4-0 vote, the board approved the Employment Contract for the Assistant Superintendent, Personnel Services as presented.


55.

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.

Superintendent Gonzales read aloud the memo summarizing the salary, longevity pay and compensation paid in the form of fringe benefits. Upon a motion by Clayton Moore, seconded by Gabriel Stine, and followed by a 4-0 vote, the board approved the Employment Contract for the Assistant Superintendent, Pupil Services as presented.


56.

ACT TO APPROVE ANNUAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT FOR DIRECTOR OF SCHOOL CLIMATE AND STUDENT WELLNESS (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 Director of School Climate and Student Wellness is a local agency executive and a proposed offer of employment is presented.

Superintendent Gonzales read aloud the memo summarizing the salary, longevity pay and compensation paid in the form of fringe benefits. Upon a motion by Clayton Moore, seconded by Gary Elder, and followed by a 4-0 vote, the board approved the annual offer of employment for the Director of School Climate and Student Wellness as presented.


57.

ACT TO APPROVE OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT FOR THE DIRECTOR OF FACILITIES (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 Director of Facilities is a local agency executive and a proposed employment contract is presented.

Superintendent Gonzales read aloud the memo summarizing the salary, longevity pay and compensation paid in the form of fringe benefits. Upon a motion by Gabriel Stine, seconded by Gary Elder, and followed by a 4-0 vote, the board approved the offer of employment for the Director of Facilities as presented.


58.

ACT TO APPROVE ANNUAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT FOR THE DIRECTOR OF FACILITIES (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 Director of Facilities is a local agency executive and a proposed offer of employment is presented.

Superintendent Gonzales read aloud the memo summarizing the salary, longevity pay and compensation paid in the form of fringe benefits. Upon a motion by Gabriel Stine, seconded by Gary Elder, and followed by a 4-0 vote, the board approved the annual offer of employment for the Director of Facilities as presented.


59.

ACT TO APPROVE ANNUAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT FOR THE DIRECTOR OF FISCAL 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 Director of Fiscal Services is a local agency executive and a proposed employment contract is presented.

Superintendent Gonzales read aloud the memo summarizing the salary, longevity pay and compensation paid in the form of fringe benefits. Upon a motion by Gary Elder, seconded by Gabriel Stine, and followed by a 4-0 vote, the board approved the annual offer of employment for the Director of Fiscal Services as presented.


60.

ACT TO APPROVE ANNUAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT FOR THE DIRECTOR OF NUTRITION 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 Director of Nutrition Services is a local agency executive and a proposed offer of employment is presented.

Superintendent Gonzales read aloud the memo summarizing the salary, longevity pay and compensation paid in the form of fringe benefits. Upon a motion by Gabriel Stine, seconded by Clayton Moore, and followed by a 4-0 vote, the board approved the annual offer of employment for the Director of Nutrition Services as presented.


61.

ACT TO APPROVE ANNUAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT FOR THE DIRECTOR OF SAFETY, OPERATIONS & TRANSPORTATION (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 Director of Safety, Operations & Transportation is a local agency executive and a proposed offer of employment is presented.

Superintendent Gonzales read aloud the memo summarizing the salary, longevity pay and compensation paid in the form of fringe benefits. Upon a motion by Gary Elder, seconded by Clayton Moore, and followed by a 4-0 vote, the board approved the annual offer of employment for the Director of Safety, Operations & Transportation as presented.


62.

ACT TO APPROVE ANNUAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT FOR THE DIRECTOR OF TECHNOLOGY (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 Director of Technology is a local agency executive and a proposed offer of employment is presented.

Superintendent Gonzales read aloud the memo summarizing the salary, longevity pay and compensation paid in the form of fringe benefits. Upon a motion by Clayton Moore, seconded by Gary Elder, and followed by a 4-0 vote, the board approved the annual offer of employment for the Director of Technology as presented.


63.

ACT TO APPROVE CONFIDENTIAL EMPLOYEE COMPENSATION (Mrs. Mills)

Through negotiations, an agreement has been reached with Confidential employees and Victor Elementary School District on compensation and benefits.
The terms of the agreement are as follows:

1. Compensation for 2018-2019:
• 1% off schedule one time bonus based on 2018-2019 base salaries.
• District will continue to pay PERS at the statutory rate currently projected at 20.773%.

2. New Leave Type:
• Effective as of July 1, 2019 the parties agree to allow Confidential employees to utilize (1) sick day as a No Questions Asked (NQA) Day.

3. Health and Welfare Benefits:
• Benefits will continue to be paid 100% by the District for 2019-2020 at a cost increase of 14.1%.


Upon a motion by Gary Elder, seconded by Gabriel Stine, and followed by a 4-0 vote, the board approved the one-time off schedule payment of 1% for the 2018/2019 school year.


64.

ACT TO APPROVE MOUNTAIN VIEW MONTESSORI CHARTER SCHOOL (MVMCS) TENTATIVE AGREEMENT (Mrs. Mills)

Through negotiations using the Interest Based Bargaining approach and a neutral facilitator, an agreement has been reached with Mountain View Montessori Charter School employees and approved by the Advisory Committee on 5/28/19.

1. Compensation for Certificated Employees

• 2% salary increase for 2018/2019 effective 7/1/18
• Health /Welfare Benefits remain the same for 2019/2020
• Increase teacher planning days from 3 to 4 and release per teacher; days; decided by teacher.

2. Compensation for Classified Hourly/Daily Employees

• Office Staff – 2% salary increase for 2018/2019 effective 7/1/18
• Health /Welfare Benefits remain the same for 2019/2020

• Instructional Assistants – 2% salary increase for 2018/2019, effective 7/1/18

3. Compensation for School/Teacher Assistant

• 2% salary increase for 2018/2019 effective 7/1/18
• Health /Welfare Benefits remain the same for 2019/2020

4. Compensation for Management


• 2% salary increase for 2018/2019, effective 7/1/18
• Health /Welfare Benefits remain the same for 2019/2020

Upon a motion by Gabriel Stine, seconded by Gary Elder, and followed by a 4-0 vote, the board approved the Tentative Agreement for Mountain View Montessori Charter School Employees as presented.


65.

ACT TO APPROVE EMPLOYMENT OF CLASSROOM TEACHERS 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.

Upon a motion by Gary Elder, seconded by Clayton Moore, and followed by a 4-0 vote, the board approved the employment of individuals on the basis of Provisional Intern Permits as presented.


66.

ACT TO APPROVE RESOLUTION 19-16: CALSTRS EXEMPTION TO SEPARATION FROM SERVICE REQUIREMENT (Mrs. Mills)

In response to concerns about the teacher shortage, including substitute teachers, existing law provides for an exemption to the separation-from-service requirement imposed immediately after retirement under qualifying conditions. Charles Hepner requested this exemption.

Upon a motion by Gary Elder, seconded by Clayton Moore, and followed by a 4-0 vote, the board approved Resolution 19-16 for the exemption to the separation-from-service requirement pursuant to section 24214.5 or 26812 of the Education Code for Charles Hepner.


67.

ACT TO APPROVE RESOLUTION 19-17: CALSTRS EXEMPTION TO SEPARATION FROM SERVICE REQUIREMENT (Mrs. Mills)

In response to concerns about the teacher shortage, including substitute teachers, existing law provides for an exemption to the separation-from-service requirement imposed immediately after retirement under qualifying conditions. Sandra Walker requested this exemption.

Upon a motion by Clayton Moore, seconded by Gabriel Stine, and followed by a 4-0 vote, the board approved Resolution 19-17 for the exemption to the separation-from-service requirement pursuant to section 24214.5 or 26812 of the Education Code for Sandra Walker.


Adjournment

Upon a motion by Clayton Moore, seconded by Gabriel Stine, and followed by a 4-0 vote, the board adjourned at 8:07 p.m.


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