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Previous MeetingMay 13, 2015 07:00 PM
Regular Governing Board Meeting
City Hall, Council Chambers
333 - 90th Street, Daly City, CA 94015
LIVE TELECAST: Comcast Channel 27 or RCN Channel 26

 

  
Preliminary Information

For those wishing to address the Board on any Item on the Agenda or under Persons Wishing to Address the Board, please complete a Speaker Card located at the entrance and submit to the Board Recorder prior to the item being addressed by the Board. SPEAKERS ARE CUSTOMARILY LIMITED TO THREE MINUTES.

Persons with disabilities who require auxiliary aids or services in attending or participating in this meeting should call the office of the Superintendent at (650) 746-2400 at least three (3) working days before the meeting.

Session will be recorded.


(D) Discussion Item
(V) Can Vote
(C) Consent Item
  7:00 p.m. Call to Order   
  Members Present   
  Pledge of Allegiance - Thomas Edison Elementary School   
Unfold   APPROVAL OF AGENDA   
         
1. Approval of Agenda.........................Action      (V)  
Unfold   SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS   
         
1. Thomas Edison SF Opera ARIA Program (20 min.)     
  Mr. Paul de Landa, teacher at Thomas Edison Elementary School, will present on the Thomas Edison SF Opera ARIA Program and students will share their experience.
Unfold   COMMUNICATIONS (15 min.)   
         
1. Persons Wishing to Address the Board     
  This portion of the agenda is available for individuals to comment on or address the Board on any issue that is under the Board’s jurisdiction and not on the agenda. The Board may not discuss or comment on any items in this section. The maximum time allowed for any speaker is usually three minutes.
         
2. Administrator Comments     
         
3. Board Member Acknowledgements and Commendations     
         
4. Correspondence     
         
5. Superintendent Comments     
Unfold   I. GENERAL FUNCTIONS - Bernie Vidales   
         
1. Consent Agenda.........................Action      (V)  
  The Administration recommends approval of the starred (*) items on the rest of the agenda.
         
2. * Approval of Minutes.........................Action      (C)  
  Minutes of Regular Governing Board Meeting February 25, 2015 and Special Governing Board Meeting March 7, 2015.
         
3. * Consortium Services - Pacifica School District.........................Action      (C)  
  The Administration recommends acceptance of a contract in the amount of $220,000.00 with the Pacifica School District Consortium classes to provide educational services for Jefferson Elementary School District's Special Education students. The Board has approved $170,000.00 on February 11, 2015's meeting. The additional $50,000.00 is due to the increase in number of consortium students and services. The contract is to be funded through the Special Education budget.
         
4. * Memorandum of Understanding - North County Collaborative 2015-2016.........................Action      (C)  
  The Administration recommends approval of the annual Memorandum of Understanding between the Pacifica School District, Jefferson Elementary School District, Brisbane School District, Millbrae School District, San Bruno Park School District, and Bayshore School District to continue the North County Collaborative to provide Special Education services for students.
         
5. Resolution #15-05-13, Classified Employees Week.........................Action      (V)  
  The Administration recommends adoption of Resolution #15-05-13, designating the week of May 17-23, 2015, as Classified Employees Week.
         
6. Presentation on AB 2028 All-Mail Ballot Pilot Project (30 min.).........................Information      (D)  
  Mark Church, Chief Elections Officer and Assessor-County Clerk-Recorder, and Meaghan Hassel-Shearer, Elections Supervisor, will present information on the AB 2028 All-Mail Ballot Pilot Project.
         
7. Governance Handbook 2015 Updates (15 min.).........................Action      (D)  (V)  
  The Administration recommends that the Board review and adopt the Jefferson Elementary School District Governance Handbook 2015 Update discussed and developed with the assistance from the California School Boards Association at a Governance Leadership Workshop on March 7, 2015. New, revised or updated information is highlighted.
         
8. Summer Board Meeting Schedule (10 min.).........................Discussion/Action      (D)  (V)  
  The Board will review its summer schedule, with the option to cancel any meeting(s) where lack of a quorum is anticipated.
Unfold   II. CURRICULUM & INSTRUC./PUPIL PERSONNEL SERVICES-Sandy Mikulik   
         
1. Acceptance of Donations.........................Action      (V)  
  The Administration recommends approval of the following donations:
George Washington:
$1,000.00 from Ms. Caroline Wong to be used for technology upgrades at the school.
M.H. Tobias:
$20.00 from Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Solanoy to be used for the school's gardening program.
$20.00 from Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tiletile to be used for the school's gardening program.
$15.00 from Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ortaleza to be used for the school's gardening program
$5.00 from Mrs. Jeannette Madriaga to be used for the school's gardening program.
T.R. Pollicita:
Twenty-nine dozen legal writing pads and miscellaneous office supplies from Christine Pasion, Morgan Lewis, and Bockius to be used by the school and district.
Woodrow Wilson:
$200.00 from RTI International to be used at the school.
         
2. The Big Lift Update and Resolution #15-05-13B, The Big Lift Grant (20 min.).........................Discussion/Action      (D)  (V)  
  Representatives from Jefferson Elementary School District's Big Lift Collaborative will present information on The Big Lift grant the district recently received to enhance and expand preschool within the Daly City and Colma communities. The Daly City and Colma Community collaborative received over $1,200,000 of which the Jefferson Elementary School District received $848,938.01. The Administration recommends approval of the resolution with Silicon Valley Community Foundation to receive the funds and implement the expansion of preschool services through August 31, 2016.
Unfold   III. BUSINESS & FINANCIAL PROCEDURES - Julie Kessler   
         
1. * Surplus Equipment - Ben Franklin School.........................Action      (C)  
  The Administration recommends the Board declare the computer equipment from Ben Franklin School, having a total value of less than $2,500, as surplus and authorize disposal of the said equipment.
         
2. * Surplus Equipment - District Office.........................Action      (C)  
  The Administration recommends the Board declare the computer equipment from the District Office, having a total value of less than $2,500, as surplus and authorize disposal of the said equipment.
         
3. * Surplus Equipment - District Office.........................Action      (C)  
  The Administration recommends the Board declare the computer equipment from the District Office, having a total value of less than $2,500, as surplus and authorize disposal of the said equipment.
         
4. * Surplus Equipment - District Office.........................Action      (C)  
  The Administration recommends the Board declare the network equipment from the District Office, having a total value of less than $2,500, as surplus and authorize disposal of the said equipment.
         
5. * Surplus Equipment - Thomas R. Pollicita School.........................Action      (C)  
  The Administration recommends the Board declare the equipment from Thomas R. Pollicita School, having a total value of less than $2,500, as surplus and authorize disposal of the said equipment.
         
6. * Roof Overhang Replacement - Daniel Webster, Fernando Rivera, and Thomas Edison - Bid Acceptance...........................Action      (C)  
  The bid opening for the Roof Overhang Replacement at Daniel Webster, Fernando Rivera, and Thomas Edison project was held on April 28, 2015 at 1:00 p.m. at the District Office. The Administration recommends the project be awarded to the low bidder, Southwest Construction & Property Management, Inc., in the amount of $3,362,457 and that the bid withdrawal from Pioneer Contractors, Inc., be accepted. The recommended contractor has submitted the low valid bid. A Bid Summary is attached. This project will be funded by Fund 21.
         
7. Replacement of Relocatable Classroom at Westlake School - Bid Acceptance...........................Action      (V)  
  The bid opening for the Replacement of Relocatable Classroom at Westlake School project was held on May 7, 2015 at 1:00 p.m. at the District Office. The Administration recommends the project be awarded to the lowest bidder. The lowest bidder information will be available online on Friday, May 8, 2015 and at the Governing Board meeting along with the Bid Summary. The recommended contractor will have submitted the lowest valid bid. This project will be funded by Fund 21.
         
8. Fire Alarm System Upgrade - Bid Acceptance.........................Action      (V)  
  The bid opening for the Fire Alarm System Upgrade project was held on May 7, 2015 at 2:00 p.m. at the District Office. The Administration recommends the project be awarded to the lowest bidder. The lowest bidder information will be available online on Friday, May 8, 2015 and at the Governing Board meeting along with the Bid Summary. The recommended contractor will have submitted the lowest valid bid. This project will be funded by Fund 21.
         
9. Board Resolution #15-05-13A, Education Protection Account.........................Action      (V)  
  The Administration recommends the annual adoption of Board Resolution #15-05-13A, Education Protection Account.
Unfold   IV. CERTIFICATED PERSONNEL - Jan Hopkins   
         
1. * Hire Certificated Staff ESY Summer Program 2015.........................Action      (C)  
  The Administration recommends hiring the following Administrators and Certificated staff for Extended School Year Summer Program - Special Education, June 12-July 10, 2015 at Susan B. Anthony:
Co-Principals - Stipend of $2000 each: ROCHELLE PIMENTEL-YUEN (first half) and JAMES PARRISH III (second half).
Teachers - Stipend of $2,860 each: LAILANI ESTELLA, ANGELINA PHAN, JODEE MINAMI; Stipend of $1,430 each: VICTORIA CORPUS (June 12-25), KENDRA FRANK (June 26-July 10).
         
2. * Certificated Leave of Absence 2014-2015 & 2015-2016.........................Action      (C)  
  The Administration recommends approval of requests for a Leave of Absence received from:
JENNIFER HANFORD, Kindergarten teacher, Susan B. Anthony School, unpaid Family Leave of Absence, June 8, 2015-June 10, 2015.
TAMBRA VOIGT, 2nd grade teacher, Westlake School, unpaid Personal Leave of Absence 2015-2016.
DIANE LEX, 2nd grade teacher, F.D. Roosevelt School, unpaid Personal Leave of Absence 2015-2016.
Unfold   V. CLASSIFIED PERSONNEL - Jan Hopkins   
         
1. * Resignation-Classified Personnel.........................Action      (C)  
  The Administration recommends approval of the resignation request from the following classified employee: MICHAEL ROJAS, Information Technology Support Technician, DO, effective 5/15/15. Mr. Rojas has been employed by the District since 6/28/13.
         
2. * Employment - Classified Personnel.........................Action      (C)  
  The Administration recommends approval of employment of the following classified personnel:
(Prob.) Library Technician, 18.07/hr., 3 hrs./day, MHT, effective 4/29/15: DONNA SIU.
(Sub.) Special Circumstance Inst. Asst., $16.46/hr., as needed, effective 4/22/15: JENNIFER SUNGA.
(Sub.) Custodian I, $17.71/hr., Custodian II, $18.58/hr., Custodian III, $19.51/hr., as needed, effective 2/11/15: JAKEH D. LANDAYAN.
(Sub.) School Adm. Asst., $20.50/hr., as needed @DW, effective 3/5/15: RHODERICK BANDA.
(Sub.) Inst. Asst.-Special Ed, $16.05/hr., Sp. Circumstance Inst. Asst., $16.46/hr., as needed, effective 3/17/15: ALISA M. STYMAIER.
(Sub.) Attendance Technician @TRP, $19.04/hr., Inst. Asst.-Special Ed, $16.05/hr., Sp. Circumstance Inst. Asst., $16.46/hr., Inst. Asst.-Preschool, $15.30/hr., Inst. Asst.-Bilingual, $15.66/hr., as needed, effective 4/21/15: YVETTE SANCHEZ.
(Sub.) School Parent Liaison, $17.21/hr., as needed, effective 4/21/15; Noonyard Supv., $9.00/hr., effective 2/11/15: PRISCILLA PATALINGHUG.
(Sub.) Inst. Asst.-After School Program, $15.30/hr., Inst. Asst.-Preschool, $15.30/hr., as needed, effective 4/27/15: YASMIN BASHIR.
(Sub.) Office Asst. I, $16.87/hr., Library Tech., $17.71/hr., Noonyard Supv., $9.00/hr., Inst. Asst.-P.E., $15.30/hr., Inst. Asst.-Sp. Ed., $16.05/hr., Special Circumstance Inst. Asst., $16.46/hr., as needed, effective 4/29/15: REGINA J. AGUIRRE MYVETT.
         
3. * Unpaid Leave of Absence.........................Action      (C)  
  The Administration recommends approval for an unpaid leave of absence for the following classified employees:
TAMMY SEABERRY, Attendance Technician, TRP, from 4/13/15-6/17/15; 8/5/15-12/18/15.
ERLINDA DEL CASTILLO, Inst. Asst.-Special Education, WE, from 4/23/15-6/10/15.
MEGAN PUBLICO, Inst. Asst.-After School Program, MPB, from 4/23/15-6/10/15.
         
4. * Working Out of Class.........................Action      (C)  
  The Administration recommends approval of the following classified employees to work out of class:
SHIRLEY TSE, from Office Assistant I, to School Administrative Assistant, $23.06/hr., FDR, effective 3/10/15-3/13/15.
RHODERICK BANDA, from Inst. Asst.-P.E., to School Administrative Assistant, $20.92/hr., DW, effective 3/5/15-3/13/15.
PRISCILLA PATALINGHUG, from Office Assistant I, to School Administrative Assistant, $20.92/hr., GV, effective 3/2/15 until School Administrative Assistant returns.
JON E. FROESCHLE, from Maintenance Technician, to Supervisor, Summer Work Crew, $32.31/hr., 8 hrs./day, effective 6/1/15 to 8/31/15.
Unfold   VI. BOARD POLICIES/ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATIONS - Bernie Vidales   
         
1. Board Policies/Administrative Regulations: August 2014 Board Policy Revisions - First Reading (15 min.).........................Discussion/Action      (D)  (V)  
  The Board will review and revise Board Policies/Administrative Regulations from August 2014 CSBA Board Policy Revisions as stated in a first reading.
  Board Member Comments and Reports   
Unfold   Persons Wishing to Address Board on Closed Session Item(15 min.)   
         
1. Purpose     
 

This portion of the agenda is available for individuals to comment on or address the Board on Closed Session Items. The Board may not discuss or comment on any items in this section. The maximum time allowed for any speaker is usually three minutes.

         
2. Members of AFT 3267 will communicate their perspective on end fund balances and teacher retention.     
  Convene to Closed Session by 9:10 p.m.   
Unfold   CLOSED SESSION   
         
1. AFT Negotiations     
  Conference with Labor Negotiators: Agency Designated Representative, Jan Hopkins, AFT
  ADJOURN   


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