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REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Central USD
July 10, 2018 6:00PM
CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL-EAST CAMPUS WAYNE "HONDO" HODGE PERFORMING ARTS CENTER 3535 NORTH CORNELIA AVENUE, FRESNO, CA 93722 TELECONFERENCE LOCATION: (Richard Atkins) 412 EAST WISER LAKE ROAD - LYNDEN, WA 98264 6:00 P.M. CLOSED SESSION IN THE BOARD ROOM 7:00 P.M. OPEN SESSION IN THE PAC

A. CALL MEETING TO ORDER
B. ATTENDANCE
C. ADOPT AGENDA
D. CLOSED SESSION
D.1. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - ANTICIPATED LITIGATION - Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(2)
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Number of Potential Cases: 1
D.2. CERTIFICATED PERSONNEL REPORT - Government Code Section 54957
Quick Summary / Abstract:
A) Assignments - 13
B) Voluntary Transfer - 1
C) Resignations - 3
D) 39-Month Rehire List - 1
D.3. CLASSIFIED PERSONNEL REPORT - Government Code Section 54957
Quick Summary / Abstract:
A) Assignments - 14
B) Resignations - 4
C) Retirement - 1
D) Promotion - 3
E) Transfer - 2
F) Non-Reelect - 1
G) Seasonal/Other - 1
H) Workability - 1
D.4. EMPLOYEE DISCIPLINE / DISMISSAL / RELEASE / LITIGATION / COMPLAINTS - Government Code Section 54957
D.5. CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATORS - Government Code Section 54957.6
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Agency designated representatives: Jack Kelejian, Assistant Superintendent - Human Resources
Employee organization: CUTA and CSEA
E. 7:00 P.M. - RECONVENE IN OPEN SESSION AND REPORT FINAL ACTIONS FROM CLOSED SESSION, IF ANY
F. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
G. PRESENTATIONS/REPORTS
G.1. EMPLOYEE ASSOCIATION HIGHLIGHTS
G.1.a. CENTRAL UNIFIED TEACHERS ASSOCIATION (CUTA)
G.1.b. CALIFORNIA SCHOOL EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION (CSEA)
H. COMMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Persons wishing to address the governing board on any item may do so at this time. A maximum of 20 minutes total is set aside for persons wishing to address the Board, with a maximum of 3 minutes per person. If you wish to address the Board, please fill out a request form provided on the table near the entrance, and submit it to the Clerk of the Board prior to the meeting. If you wish to address the Board on an agenda item, please do so when that item is called. Items requiring lengthy discussion may, at the Board’s discretion, be scheduled as a specific agenda item at future meetings. Speakers are requested to state their name and to address comments to the Board of Trustees. The Board is governed by the Brown Act and may briefly respond to public comments but take no action except on items scheduled on the agenda.
I. CONSENT AGENDA
Quick Summary / Abstract:
In order to promote efficient meetings, the Board may bundle a number of items and act upon them together by a single vote through the use of a consent agenda.  Consent agenda items shall be items of a routine nature and items for which Board discussion is not anticipated and for which the Superintendent recommends approval. When any Board member requests the removal of an item from the consent agenda, the item shall be removed and given individual consideration for action as a regular agenda item. (Board Bylaw 9322)
I.1. APPROVE MINUTES OF THE PREVIOUS BOARD MEETING
Recommended Motion:
Approve Minutes of the June 25, 2018 Special Board Workshop and the June 26, 2018 Regular Board Meeting.
Attachments:
Minutes of the June 25, 2018 Special Board Meeting
Minutes of the June 26, 2018 Regular Board Meeting
I.2. APPROVE OVERNIGHT FIELD TRIPS AND DAY TRIPS OVER 150 MILES (K. Davis)
Rationale:
Requests for overnight field trips and day trips more than 150 miles must obtain prior approval from the Central Unified School District Board of Trustees.
 
Comments:

The following requests for overnight field trips and day trips over 150 miles are attached:

  • CHS – ASB – Santa Barbara, CA (07/22/2018)
  • CHS Cross Country – Pismo Beach, CA (08/06/2018)
  • CHS Girls Volleyball – Las Vegas, NV (09/13/2018)
Financial Impact:
  • CHS – ASB – ASB – Cost to District $7,200
  • CHS Cross Country – Athletic Boosters – Cost to District $4,000 Cost per Students $4,160 (32 students x $130)
  • CHS Girls Volleyball – Athletics & Boosters Cost to District $3,700
Recommended Motion:
Administration is recommending approval of the overnight field trips and day trips over 150 miles.
Attachments:
Field Trips
I.3. APPROVE NEW MATERIALS FOR SECONDARY CLASSES IN BUSINESS AND THEATER (K. Davis)
Rationale:
Current textbook for Introduction to Business are out of date. Theater classes have not had a textbook before.
 
Comments:
The current Intro to Business text is from 2006. Teachers indicate the content is out of date in meeting the course outcomes. Theater students have not used a textbook before and believe the curriculum within the requested textbook will enhance instruction and student learning. Both resources are to be made available at CHS East and West campus and were reviewed and recommended by the teachers of these courses.
Financial Impact:

Central High School LCFF Site Allocation:  $22,212.55

  • Intro to Business: $18,554.06
  • Living Theater: $2,475.94
  • Style for Actors: $1,182.50
Recommended Motion:
Administration is recommending approval of the new materials for secondary classes in Business and Theater.
Attachments:
1) Instructional Materials Checklist for Intro to Business
1a) Price quote for Intro to Business
2) Instructional Materials Checklist for Living Theater
2a) Price quote for Living Theater
3) Instructional Materials Checklist for Style for Actors
3a) Price quote for Style for Actors
I.4. APPROVE THE ANNUAL SUBMISSION OF THE CARL D. PERKINS CAREER AND VOCATIONAL GRANTS FOR CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL AND CENTRAL ADULT SCHOOL (K. Davis)Was edited within 72 hours of the Meeting
Rationale:
Central High School and Central Adult School are requesting approval to submit requests for funding available through the Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Career Technical Education Act.  Perkins funds provide supplemental funding for equipment and services for classes that are identified as vocational or career technical in nature.  Industry Sector career pathways with a sequence of courses must be in place to receive funding, per the California Department of Education (CDE).  Pathways in the following departments at Central High School receive funding: Agriculture, Consumer Family Services, Business-Entrepreneurship, Information Technology and Applied Technology.  Pathways and services in the following at Central Adult School receive funding: Career Counseling and Information Technology.
 
Comments:
Preliminary allocations have been released by the CDE and are subject to change based on final funding allocated by the Federal Carl D. Perkins program.
Financial Impact:
As of this date, Central High School has been allocated $157,310. Central Adult School’s portion of the $106,832 allocated to its Consortium is $12,819.
Recommended Motion:
Administration is recommending approval of the Annual submission of the Carl D. Perkins Career and Vocational Grants for Central High School and Central Adult School.
Attachments:
Perkins secondary and adult documentation
I.5. APPROVE THE 2018-2019 CONSOLIDATED APPLICATION FOR CATEGORICAL FUNDING (K. Davis)Was edited within 72 hours of the Meeting
Rationale:
The California Department of Education (CDE) transitioned in the fall of 2011 from the Consolidated Application Part I and II to the web based Consolidated Application Reporting System (CARS).  The CARS Spring release identifies the categorical programs that the district is eligible to receive for the following school year.
 
Comments:
Central Unified School District is applying for all federal programs identified in the application. This Application for funding requires board approval.

Information regarding the application for funding was shared with and received input from the District English Learner Advisory Committee (DELAC) as required.
Financial Impact:
In order to receive federal funds the Application for Funding must be board approved and certified to the California Department of Education by August 31, 2018.
Recommended Motion:
Administration is recommending approval of the 2018-2019 Consolidated Application for Categorical Funding.
Attachments:
ConApp Signature Pages & Funding - Spring 2018
I.6. APPROVE CHILD NUTRITION DEPARTMENT REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP) #1819-01A FRESH BREAD PRODUCTS (K. Porterfield)
Rationale:
The Child Nutrition Department published RFP #1819-01A Bread Products.
 
Comments:
The Child Nutrition Department opened bids for RFP #1819-01A Fresh Bread Products on July 5, 2018.

Galasso’s bid is $43,097.09.

The Child Nutrition Department is recommending that Galasso’s be selected for RFP#1819-01A Fresh Bread Products.
Financial Impact:
RFP #1819-01A Bread Products will be funded by the Child Nutrition Program.
Recommended Motion:
Administration is recommending the Board Approve Child Nutrition Department Request for Proposal (RFP) #1819-01A Fresh Bread Products.
Attachments:
RFP #1819-01A Bid Worksheet
RFP #1819-01A Fresh Bread Products
I.7. APPROVE COMMUNITY ELIGIBILITY PROGRAM FOR 18 SCHOOLS (K. Porterfield)
Rationale:
The Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) is a non-pricing meal service option for schools and school districts in low-income areas. CEP allows the nation’s highest poverty schools and districts to serve breakfast and lunch at no cost to all enrolled students without collecting household applications. Instead, schools that adopt CEP are reimbursed using a formula based on the percentage of students categorically eligible for free meals based on their participation in other specific means-tested programs, such as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF).
 
Comments:
The District has 18 sites that qualify to participate in CEP: Biola Pershing, Harvest, Houghton Kearney, Madison, McKinley, Polk, Roosevelt, Saroyan, Steinbeck, Teague and Tilley Elementary Schools, Central High East, Central High West, El Capitan and Glacier Point Middle School, and  Pathway, Pershing, and CLASS/ATP. The 5 remaining sites will continue to receive free breakfast under Provision 2 and will take meal applications for lunch.
Financial Impact:
The Child Nutrition Department will remain in the positive with the set reimbursement rates.
Recommended Motion:
Administration is recommending the Board Approve Community Eligibility Program for 18 Schools.
I.8. APPROVE OUTDATED INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL BUY-BACK (K. Porterfield)
Rationale:
With input from Administration, Directors of Instructional Technology and Technology Services, it has been determined that the first generation 1:1 program devices no longer provide a functional or beneficial use for students and the district educational goals.
 
Comments:
The devices are beyond the warranty, manufacture support, and software update support coverage.  All devices were replaced with the second generation 1:1 deployment in TK through 12 grade.  It is our plan to take advantage of buy-back services, selling the material to return funding back to the district supporting existing instructional technology initiatives.  Multiple quotes were received from vendors offering buyback services.  RevalueTech provided the highest return for the district.  The devices will be assessed, scored, and wiped of any existing data.  RevalueTech will release funds to the district based on the scored condition up to $25 per device.
Financial Impact:
Funding received from the buyback will be used to continue support for the School-to-Home program.
Recommended Motion:
Administration is requesting the Board Approve Outdated Instructional Material Buy-Back.
Attachments:
RevalueTech Quote
I.9. APPROVE CHANGE ORDER TO CONTRACT FOR CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS TESTING LAB SERVICES ON TILLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PROJECT: B069A FOR MOORE TWINING ASSOCIATES, INC. (K. Porterfield)
Rationale:
On August 8, 2017, the Board approved the contract with Moore Twining Associates for materials testing lab services on Tilley Elementary School Project #B069A.
 
Comments:
Change Order #1 includes out-of-state inspections for the fabrication of the structural steel. As the production and welding of the steel was done outside of California, Out-of- State testing was required for the framing of Tilley Elementary. This has resulted in an increase in the current contract amount for Moore Twining Associates, Inc.

In addition, in order to keep the project on schedule it was necessary to incur overtime costs; all overtime costs will be recovered from the contractor.
Financial Impact:
Additional fees for Out-of-State inspections total to $127,155.00 are to be paid out of contingency.
Recommended Motion:
Administration is recommending the Board Approve Change Order to Contract for Construction Materials Testing Lab Services on Tilley Elementary School Project: B069A for Moore Twining Associates, Inc..
Attachments:
Change Order Moore Twining Out-of-State Inspections
I.10. APPROVE DAVID M. DOLL CONTRACT FOR CONSTRUCTION INSPECTION SERVICES ON ROOSEVELT MODERNIZATION PROJECT: 1718-105 (K. Porterfield)
Rationale:
On May 22, 2018, the Board approved Rebid of Roosevelt Elementary Modernization Project #1718-105.

On March 28, 2017, the Board authorized the acceptance of David Doll for Construction Inspection Services- RFQ 1617-103.
 
Comments:
A proposal from David M. Doll for inspection/quality control services for Roosevelt Modernization project is included.
Financial Impact:
The fee is not to exceed, $118,000.00 and will be funded through QZAB and State Matching Funds.
Recommended Motion:
Administration is recommending the Board Approve David M. Doll Contract for Construction Inspection Services on Roosevelt Modernization Project: 1718-105.
Attachments:
David M. Doll Proposal
I.11. ADOPT RESOLUTION #18/19-01 ADDENDUM AND PROPERTY SCHEDULE #4-LEASE/PURCHASE AGREEMENT FOR THE RELOCATABLE BUILDINGS PROJECT #1718-112 & 1819-112 (K. Porterfield)
Rationale:
On March 13, 2018 the Board approved the Central Unified Relocatable Buildings Projects at Polk Elementary, Central East, and Central West.
 
Comments:
To retain State eligibility a lease/purchase agreement with Key Government Finance, Inc. will be utilized for the purchase of the relocatable buildings at Polk, Central East, and Central West.

The resolution authorizes the Superintendent or Assistant Superintendent. Chief Business Officer to execute and deliver the Addendum to the Tax-Exempt Lease/Purchase Agreement, Property Schedule No. 4, and other related documents, and to take such other actions as necessary and proper to finalize the transactions.
Financial Impact:
Payments for the Lease/Purchase Agreement will be paid with Developer Fees.
Recommended Motion:
Administration is recommending the Board Adopt Resolution #18/19-01 Addendum and Property Schedule #4-Lease/Purchase Agreement for the Relocatable Buildings Project #1718-112 & 1819-112.
Attachments:
1) Res #18/19-01
2) Portable Financing Property Schedule 4
J. ACTION ITEMS
J.1. ADOPT REVISED BOARD POLICIES (K. Davis / J. Kelejian)
Rationale:
Board policies are brought to the Board of Trustees for review, and/or revision, and adoption as necessary.
 
Comments:

Attached are copies of current Board Policies as well as Gamut recommended revisions.

  • BP 0410 - Nondiscrimination in District Programs and Activities (no A/R)
  • BP 5111 - Admission
  • BP 5111.1 - District Residency (new)
  • BP 5125 - Student Records
  • BP 5131.2 - Bullying (no A/R)
  • BP 5145.3 - Nondiscrimination/Harassment
  • BP 5145.9 - Hate-Motivated Behavior (no A/R)
  • BP 5145.13 - Response to Immigration Enforcement (new)
Financial Impact:
There are no direct financial implications.
Recommended Motion:
Administration is recommending adoption of the attached Board Policies as revised.
Attachments:
00) BP Summary of Changes
01) BP 0410 revised
01a) BP 0410 Gamut
02) BP 5111 revised
02a) BP 5111 Gamut
02b) AR 5111
03) BP 5111.1 new
03a) BP 5111.1 Gamut
03b) AR 5111.1
04) BP 5125 revised
04a) BP 5125 Gamut
04b) AR 5125
05) BP 5131.2 revised
05a) BP 5131.2 Gamut
06) BP 5145.3 revised
06a) BP 5145.3 Gamut
06b) AR 5145.3
07) BP 5145.9 revised
07a) BP 5145.9 Gamut
08) BP 5145.13 new
08a) BP 5145.13 Gamut
08b) AR 5145.13
J.2. HOLD A PUBLIC HEARING AND APPROVE JULY'S QUARTERLY WILLIAMS' UNIFORM COMPLAINT PROCEDURE (K. Davis)
Rationale:
In 2004, in what has become known as the Williams’ Lawsuit Settlement, it was acknowledged for the first time that the state has an obligation to provide California public school students a minimum level of educational necessities: (1) qualified teachers (2) clean, safe, and functional school facilities, and (3) adequate textbooks. The Williams’ Settlement has also established a standard of accountability mechanism for reporting in these three areas. All school districts are required to hold quarterly public hearings and to approve the uniform complaint procedure at that time. A report is then sent to the County Superintendent’s office.
 
Comments:
Principals and departments compiled information for the quarterly report. The information will show if there are deficiencies reported for any of the above three areas. A lack of reported deficiencies indicates that there are sufficient materials for every student, our teaching staff is highly qualified to teach where they are assigned, and our schools are safe, clean and functional.
Financial Impact:
Continued state support with compliance.
Recommended Motion:
Administration is recommending that the Board hold a public hearing and approve July's Quarterly Williams’ Uniform Complaint Procedure.
Attachments:
Notice of Public Hearing July
Williams for July
J.3. APPROVE DISPOSAL OF WAREHOUSE SURPLUS ITEMS (K. Porterfield)
Rationale:
School sites and/or departments have equipment which they have deemed surplus. Equipment which is still operable has been offered within the district for reclamation. Items that do not work, are obsolete and/or unsafe to use have not been offered for reclamation.
 
Comments:

All listed items should be declared surplus to District needs and then be disposed of in the following manner:

  • First, offered for public auction.
  • Excludes electronic equipment (i.e., computers, monitors, etc.) which cannot be sold at auction will be disposed per our agreement with Electronic Recyclers. Hard drives will be removed by the District’s Information Services Department prior to disposal.
  • Any remaining items will be disposed of at a local landfill.

A unanimous vote of Board members present is required for approval.

Financial Impact:
None.
Recommended Motion:
Administration is recommending the Board Approve Disposal of Warehouse Surplus.
Attachments:
1) Surplus Over $500
2) Surplus Under $500
J.4. REVIEW AND RATIFY CONTRACTS (K. Porterfield)
Rationale:
A copy of each contract to be ratified is included.
 
Comments:
  1. Harris School Solutions - Upgrade RocketScan (Child Nutrition)
  2. Magnetar.US, Inc. - WAC PA Replacement (Maintenance)
  3. Pecan Pie Productions, LLC - Job Opening Advertisement (Human Resources)
  4. School Datebooks - Student Agendas (Glacier Point)
  5. Valley Elevator - Wheelchair Lift Maintenance (Maintenance)
Financial Impact:
Contracts have been budgeted for school year.
Recommended Motion:
Administration is requesting the Board Review and Ratify Contracts.
Attachments:
1) Harris School Solutions
2) Magnetar.US, Inc.
3) Pecan Pie Productions, LLC
4) School Datebooks
5) Valley Elevator
J.5. APPROVE AUTHORIZED SIGNATURE PERMIT (K. Porterfield)
Rationale:
Per Education Code 42633, the Governing Board of each school district shall be responsible for filing or causing to be filed with the County Superintendent of Schools the verified signature of each person, including members of the Governing Board, authorized to sign orders in its name.
 
Comments:
The Superintendent, Chief Business Officer (CBO), Fiscal Services Director, or a majority of the Governing Board are authorized to sign orders in the name of the district. It is necessary to approve a revised Authorized Signature Permit adding Andrew G. Alvarado, Superintendent and removing Ketti Davis, Assistant Superintendent, Educational Services.
Recommended Motion:
Administration is recommending the Board approve the Authorized Signature Permit.
Attachments:
Authorized Signature Permit Form
J.6. RATIFY WARRANT LIST FOR JUNE 2018 (K. Porterfield)
Rationale:
The warrant list for June 2018 is included. A copy of the list is also available in the Business Office for review by the general public.
 
Comments:
The warrant list includes 834 warrants, valued at $7,324,016.40.
Financial Impact:
Funds have been encumbered from appropriate budgets as listed.
Recommended Motion:
Administration is recommending the Board Ratify the Warrant List for June 2018.
Attachments:
Warrant List June 2018
J.7. DISCUSS FRIDAY REPORT (K. Porterfield)
Rationale:
A Board Member requested Friday Report be placed on the Agenda.
 
Comments:
Discuss publication of Friday Report on the District Web Page.
Recommended Motion:
Administration is recommending the Board Discuss Friday Report.
J.8. DISCUSS AND APPROVE LETTER OF SUPPORT FOR CITY OF FRESNO GRANT APPLICATION FOR STREET IMPROVEMENTS AT GETTYSBURG AND POLK AVENUE (K. Porterfield)
Rationale:
The City of Fresno is applying for funding from the Active Transportation Program to install a sidewalk, traffic signal, and extend bike lanes, and add street lighting near Teague Elementary School.
 
Comments:
Per the grant guidelines, project includes a right of way easement and will require a letter of support or neutrality from Central Unified School District due to impact to District property.

The City of Fresno and Central Unified will collaborate on this project to work together on project to be completed.
Financial Impact:
There is no financial impact.
Recommended Motion:
Administration is requesting the Board Discuss and Approve Letter of Support for City of Fresno Grant Application for Street Improvements at Gettysburg and Polk Avenue.
Attachments:
1) Letter of Support for City of Fresno
2) Site Map
K. INFORMATION ITEMS
K.1. RECEIVE INFORMATION REGARDING LOCAL INDICATORS INCLUDED ON CALIFORNIA DASHBOARD 2018 (K. Davis)
Rationale:
California’s accountability and continuous improvement system provides information about how local educational agencies and schools are meeting the needs of California’s diverse student population based on a concise set of measures. The Dashboard contains reports that display the performance of local educational agencies (LEAs), schools, and student groups on a set of state and local measures to assist in identifying strengths, weaknesses, and areas in need of improvement.
 
Comments:
The Dashboard includes self-reflection tools that the State Board of Education approved as part of the new accountability system. Local educational agencies complete those self-reflection tools related to (1) basic services and conditions, (2) implementation of state academic standards, (3) parent engagement, and (4) school climate.

Local educational agencies receive one of three ratings based on whether we have measured and reported progress through the Dashboard using locally collected data. The ratings are: Met, Not Met, or Not Met for Two or More Years. To receive a Met rating, the local data that is collected must be reported to the Board of Trustees at a regularly scheduled meeting and then uploaded to be displayed through the Dashboard for our stakeholders to view.
Financial Impact:
None required to complete this report.
Recommended Motion:
Information only.
Attachments:
CHKS Summary 2018
Parent Survey 2018
Presentation_Local Indicators 2018
K.2. RECEIVE INFORMATION REGARDING STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT (K. Davis)
Rationale:
Response to board member question regarding our next steps for improving student achievement.
 
Comments:
Staff will report
Financial Impact:
Administration and Staff resources required to assemble requested information.
Recommended Motion:
Information only.
Attachments:
Info on Student Achievement
K.3. RECEIVE INFORMATION REGARDING THE 2018-2019 LAW ENFORCEMENT SERVICE CONTRACTS BETWEEN CENTRAL USD AND FRESNO COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT; CITY OF FRESNO, FRESNO POLICE DEPARTMENT; AND FRESNO COUNTY PROBATION DEPARTMENT (J. Kelejian)
Rationale:
Central Unified schools currently receive law enforcement support and services by School Resource Officers in cooperation with our local law enforcement agencies.
 
Comments:

Schools within the city limits are served by the Fresno Police Department. Schools located in the unincorporated areas of Fresno are served by the Fresno County Sheriff’s Department. All schools within Fresno County are served by the Fresno County Probation Department. Proposed law enforcement support for the 2018-2019 school year will be allocated as follows:

2) Fresno Police Department Officers: CUSD Middle Schools, Pershing, and Pathway*
1) Fresno Police Department Officer: CHS East Campus
1) Fresno County Deputy Sheriff: CHS-West Campus
2) Fresno County Probation Officers: District wide support

*One (1) additional Fresno PD Officer has been added this year to provide additional support and services; one (1) officer for Rio Vista/Glacier Point; and one (1) officer for El Capitan, Pershing, and Pathway

Financial Impact:
Please refer to attached contract proposals.
Recommended Motion:
Administration recommends this item be placed on the August 14, 2018, Board Agenda for Action.
Attachments:
Agreement_CUSD_Fresno County Sheriff
Agreement_CUSD_FresnoPD
Agreement_CUSD_FresnoProbationDept
K.4. RECEIVE INFORMATION REGARDING SONITROL PROPOSAL FOR SECURITY MONITORING SERVICES (K. Porterfield)
Rationale:
School facilities are vulnerable to at least some potential security risks.  School and community leaders cannot ignore safety and security issues after-school and on weekends. Students, staff, parents and members of the community hold a reasonable expectation of safety.
 
Comments:
Sonitrol Security submitted a quote for security monitoring. Service to include Burglar Alarm Signaling System, Hold-Up Alarm Signaling Service, Fire Alarm Signaling Service, Sprinkler Supervisory Signaling Service, Access Control Service and Monitored Video Service.
Financial Impact:
The total estimated cost of the quote is $92,4156.32 to be paid in monthly installments and will be funded by General Fund.
Recommended Motion:
Administration is recommending this item be placed on the August 14, 2018, Board Agenda for Action.
Attachments:
Sonitrol Client Agreement
K.5. RECEIVE INFORMATION REGARDING PROPOSAL FROM PINNACLE TRAINING FOR WELLNESS PROGRAM (K. Porterfield)
Rationale:
In keeping with the Committee's Health Benefits Plan goal of containing costs the Committee recommended a Wellness Program. On June 12, 2018, the Board of Trustees approved the 2018-2019 Health and Welfare Plan.
 
Comments:
Pinnacle Training Systems, LLC has submitted the Wellness Services Agreement for a two-year period. Pinnacle Training will provide Health Risk Assessments, Health Screenings, Wellness Coaching, Wellness Seminars and Workshops and Group Fitness Instruction.
Financial Impact:
The contract amount not to exceed $83,000 per year and will be fund by the Self-Insurance Fund.
Recommended Motion:
Administration is recommending this item be placed on the August 14, 2018, Agenda for Action.
Attachments:
Pinnacle Trainings Wellness Services Agreement
K.6. RECEIVE INFORMATION REGARDING ACTIVITY REPORT FROM TOWNSEND PUBLIC AFFAIRS, INC. (K. Porterfield)
Rationale:
On October 24, 2017, the Board of Trustees awarded Townsend Public Affairs, Inc. Request for Proposal (RFP) #1718-7500-01 Grant Writing Services.
 
Comments:
Included is a copy of the Activity Report from Townsend Public Affairs. A representative of Townsend Public Affairs is present to comment on the report and respond to any questions.
Recommended Motion:
Information only.
Attachments:
Presentation
Status Report
L. ADVANCE PLANNING
Attachments:
Board Calendar
M. SUPERINTENDENT/BOARD COMMUNICATIONS
N. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND CLOSING COMMENTS
O. NEXT MEETING
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The next regular board meeting will be held on Tuesday, August 14, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. for Closed Session and 7:00 p.m. for Public Session in the Central High School-East Campus Performing Arts Center.
P. ADJOURNMENT

Published: July 6, 2018, 3:47 PM

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