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REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION FOR ANY INDIVIDUAL WITH A DISABILITY Any individual with a disability who requires reasonable accommodation to participate in a Board meeting may request assistance by contacting the Agenda documents that have been distributed to the Governing Board less than 72 hours before the meeting are available for public inspection at 6885 Orangethorpe Avenue, Buena Park, California.
The Agenda and all corresponding exhibits are available online 72 hours before CALL TO ORDERThe meeting was called to order at 5:00 p.m. by the President Mrs.
Barbara Michel.
MEMBERS PRESENTMrs. Barbara Michel; Mrs. L. Carole Jensen; Mr. Brian Chambers; Ms.
Helen Lee; Ms. Patsy Marshall.
ADMINISTRATIONMr. Gregory Magnuson, Superintendent; Dr. Deanna Glenn, AssistantSuperintendent, Educational Services; Mr. Kelvin Tsunezumi,Assistant Superintendent, Administrative Services; Mrs. CarmaCordray, Executive Assistant.
APPROVAL OF AGENDAMs. Lee made the motion, seconded by Ms. Marshall, to approvethe agenda.
The president declared the motion carried, and ordered it sorecorded in the minutes.
GOVERNING BOARD SELF-EVALUATIONThe Governing Board, in conjunction with facilitator MarilynBuchi, Fullerton Joint Union High School District BoardMember, continued the self-evaluation process to developspecific goals and objectives for 2011-2012.
MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF AUGUST 8, 2011 Mr. Chambers made the motion, seconded by Ms. Lee, toapprove the Minutes of the Regular Meeting of August 8,2011.
The president declared the motion carried, and ordered itso recorded in the minutes.
HEARING SESSIONThe Governing Board heard comments from three members of theaudience regarding District donations and the interdistrictprocess.
ASSISTANCE LEAGUE OF FULLERTONThe Governing Board presented a certificate ofappreciation to members of the Assistance League ofFullerton (ALF), a nonprofit, nonsectarian, nonpolitical,all volunteer, philanthropic organization whose solemission is to carry on charitable work within the localcommunity. During the 2010-2011 school year, the ALFdonated clothing and backpacks to 244 BPSD studentsthrough their Operation School Bell Program.
PRESENTATION OF SCHOOL CAPITAL AND FACILITIES NEEDS POLLRESULTS Mr. Ernesto Flores from Caldwell Flores Winters, Inc.
presented results of the voter poll conducted by hisoffice to explore general voter attitudes to pursuing thedesign and implementation of a facilities improvementprogram. When voters were asked if they would vote ‘yes’or ‘no’ for the proposed ballot measure, 67.6% of therespondents were supportive. Support was stronger for ameasure that would increase tax rates by $5 per $100,000of assessed value (61.6%) and reduced when the tax rateincreased to $10 per $100,000 of assessed value (53.2%).
Mr. Flores reported that preliminary results indicatethat the District should move forward with a planningprocess to prepare a facilities improvement program thatengages the community’s priorities in anticipation of anew Prop. 39 bond measure.
Supplemental Educational Services (SES) Report Dr. Deanna Glenn and Summer School Principal ValerieConnolly presented the 2011 Summer School Report to theGoverning Board. The four-week Summer School consistedof two academic academies targeted toward students in theIntermediate language level in grades two through sevenand special needs students in preschool through gradeseven. Dr. Glenn shared quantitative data for ELDlistening, speaking, reading and writing for grades twothrough five, ELD scores for sixth and seventh grade andTeacher Survey results. Dr. Glenn also reported that theRtI approach is providing in-school interventions, whichare proving to be highly effective and given theeffectiveness of RtI, fiscal constraints, and otherDistrict priorities to maximize student achievement, thismay be the last summer academy.
Under the No Child Left Behind Act, any school ordistrict (LEA) receiving Title I funds who does not meetAdequate Yearly Progress (AYP) for two consecutive yearsis identified for Program Improvement (PI). For the2010-11 school year, Buena Park School District enteredyear two of PI as not all numerically significantsubgroups made the federal targets in both ELA andMathematics. The district did not meet the EL, Hispanic,SED, SWD subgroups in ELA and Math, in addition toAfrican American in Math only. Buena Park Junior HighSchool did not meet the federal target for the HispanicSubgroup in ELA and as a result entered Year 4 of ProgramImprovement. Whitaker School failed to meet theHispanic, EL and SED subgroups in ELA and Math andentered Year 2 of Program Improvement. Ms. SilviaBorjas, Director of Student Programs and StaffDevelopment, reviewed the sanctions for PI schools anddiscussed the Supplemental Educational Services (SES)provided to the students of PI schools.
Common Core State Standards (CCSS) are rigorous,research-based K-12 standards for English-language artsand math designed to prepare students for college and theworkforce. In August 2010 the California State Board ofEducation adopted California’s version of the nationalCCSS.
EDUCATIONAL SERVICES (Continued)The benefits of CCSS are: 1) internationally benchmarkedto ensure global competitiveness, 2) student expectationsare clear to parents, teachers and the public, 3) allowsfor collaboration with other states on best practices,instructional materials, and professional development,and 4) reduces cost to the state by sharing collectivelearning/knowledge. Dr. Glenn discussed the CCSSimplementation timeline and possible ramifications of theassessment implementation prior to the instructionalmaterials adoption and how API, AYP and PI will beaffected by these assessments. She also discussed theIMFRP funding and the cost of purchasing two new textbookadoptions within two years of each other.
INTERDISTRICT TRANSFER REQUEST: PATRICK DANIEL BRINGASMr. Chambers made the motion, seconded by Ms. Lee, thatthe Governing Board deny Interdistrict Transfer: PatrickDaniel Bringas.
The president declared the motion carried, and ordered itso recorded in the minutes.
INTERDISTRICT TRANSFER REQUEST: CESAR CORDEROMrs. Jensen made a motion to change the recommendation toapprove the Interdistrict Transfer Request: Cesar Corderocontingent on the family continuing with the Optionssubsidized child care.
Mrs. Jensen made the motion, seconded by Ms. Marshall,that the Governing Board approve Interdistrict Transfer:Cesar Cordero.
The president declared the motion carried, and ordered itso recorded in the minutes.
INTERDISTRICT TRANSFER REQUEST: YURITZI CORDEROMrs. Jensen made a motion to change the recommendation toapprove the Interdistrict Transfer Request: Cesar Corderocontingent on the family continuing with the Optionssubsidized child care.
INTERDISTRICT TRANSFER REQUEST: YURITZI CORDERO(Continued)Mrs. Jensen made the motion, seconded by Mr. Chambers,that the Governing Board approve Interdistrict Transfer:Yuritzi Cordero.
The president declared the motion carried, and ordered itso recorded in the minutes.
NOMINATIONS FOR DIRECTORS-AT-LARGE, AMERICAN INDIAN,BLACK AND COUNTY Mrs. Jensen made a motion, seconded by Mr. Chambers, thatthe Governing Board make no nomination for the Director-at-Large, American Indian, Black and County.
The president declared the motion carried, and ordered itso recorded in the minutes.
BUDGET APPROVAL AND AUTHORIZATION TO OFFER REWARD FORRETURN OF THE ORIGINAL BUENA PARK SCHOOL BELL The Buena Park School bell which was placed on the firstschool house in 1897 was reported stolen from itslocation outside District Office on August 11, 2011. TheGoverning Board granted authorization to offer a cashreward, not to exceed $1,500, for information leading tothe return of the bell.
Ms. Marshall made the motion, seconded by Mr. Chambers,that the Governing Board approve the Budget Approval andAuthorization To Offer Reward For Return Of The OriginalBuena Park School Bell.
The president declared the motion carried, and ordered itso recorded in the minutes.
BUENA PARK SCHOOL DISTRICT GOVERNING BOARD PROCESS/THEGOVERNING BOARD’S JOB• B o a r d B y l a w 9 0 1 1 D i s c l o s u r e o fConfidential/Privilege Information At 8:05 p.m., Mrs. Michel made a motion to move theDiscussion Calendar forward on the agenda to followPrograms and Reports and to table Item .01 Buena ParkSchool District Governing Board Process/the GoverningBoard’s Job until the September 12, 2011 Board meeting,seconded by Mrs. Jensen. The vote was 5-0.
DOCUMENT REVIEW CONCERNING THE ISSUANCE OF GENERALOBLIGATION REFUNDING BONDS IN ONE OR MORE SERIES IN APRINCIPAL AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $6,100,000• Resolution No : Authorizing the Issuance ofGeneral Obligation Refunding Bonds In One Or MoreSeries In A Principal Amount Not To Exceed$6,100,000.
Discussion was held regarding the proposed actionto refund all or a portion of the District’sOutstanding General Obligation Bonds and to pay allnecessary legal, financial, and contingent coststherewith and the issuance of General ObligationRefunding Bonds in an amount not to exceed in theaggregate of $6,100,000. Mr. Bob Whalen, BondCounsel from Stradling, Yocca, Carlson & Rauth waspresent to answer questions and clarifyinformation.
REMOVAL OF ITEMS FROM CONSENT CALENDARMrs. Jensen requested Item .11 Interdistrict TransferAppeal: Christopher McGhee and Item .12 InterdistrictTransfer Appeal: Megan Park be removed from the consentcalendar.
APPROVAL OF CONSENT CALENDARMr. Chambers made the motion, seconded by Ms. Marshall,that the Governing Board approve Consent Calendar Items.02, .03, .04, .05, .06, .07, .08, .09, and .10,according to the Education Code.
The president declared the motion carried, and ordered itso recorded in the minutes.
NEW HIRESThe following certificated employees have beenselected for hire to fill vacancies, effective thefirst duty day of the 2011-12 school year, August25, 2011 (for new faculty), subject to contractstipulations, employment conditions, and, ifapplicable, grant requirements. Positions are 1.0FTE each.
SHARED CONTRACT REQUESTThe following certificated staff member isrequesting a less than full-time percentage leaveof absence from her 1.0 FTE teaching contract inorder to enter into a shared contract agreement asindicated below for the 2011-2012 school year.
Site administrator is in support of thearrangement.
PERSONNEL ACTION REPORT #11-12-03 (Continued) Operation Good Start, Gilbert School, SpecialEducation ClassIn preparation for the 2011-12 school year, schoolreadiness activities will be held at Gilbert Schoolfor students enrolled in the mild/moderate specialeducation class. One teacher will be paid thehourly rate of $33.79 (includes benefits), for amaximum of five (5) hours August 25-26, 2011. Thetotal will not exceed $169, payable from GilbertSchool’s Title I funds.
ADDITIONAL HOURS TO ASSIST THE TECHNOLOGYDEPARTMENTIn order to assist the Technology Department withthe completion of a physical inventory andreconciliation of inventory records, as well as toreconfigure the computer lab at Buena Park JuniorHigh School, additional hours are periodicallyneeded, not to exceed eighty (80) hours total,beginning August 23, 2011, through no later thanSeptember 30, 2011. A Computer Technician II willbe paid the current hourly rate of pay, $28.50(includes benefits), payable from the General Fund,Technology Department’s budget, for a total not toexceed $2,280.
PERSONNEL ACTION REPORT #11-12-03 (Continued) III. ADDITIONAL HOURS TO ASSIST THE FACILITIES, MAINTENANCE, OPERATIONS AND TRANSPORTATIONDEPARTMENTIn order to assist the FMOT Department,specifically Grounds Maintenance, with school sitelandscaping needs and site grounds maintenance inpreparation for the opening of the first day of theschool year, additional hours are needed, not toexceed forty-eight (48) hours total, beginningAugust 24, 2011, through no later than August 31,2011. A Grounds Maintenance Worker will be paidthe current hourly rate of pay, $23.83 (includesbenefits), payable from the General Fund, FMOTDepartment’s budget, for a total not to exceed$1,144.
EMPLOYMENT OF SHORT-TERM CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEES FORTHE 2011-12 SCHOOL YEARJenson, Sandra Playground Supervisor #081137E007.5 hour per dayFunding Source: Emery SLIPLocation: Emery SchoolAnticipated Dates: 09/01/2011 # of Days (not to exceed): 175Total Cost (not to exceed): $1,001 Breakfast Supervisor #081149E003.75 hour per dayFunding Source: Emery SLIPLocation: Emery SchoolAnticipated Dates: 09/01/2011 # of Days (not to exceed): 175Total Cost (not to exceed): $1,501 PERSONNEL ACTION REPORT #11-12-03 (Continued) EMPLOYMENT OF SHORT-TERM CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEES FORTHE 2011-12 SCHOOL YEAR (Continued)Replogle, Barbara Playground Supervisor #081137E002.5 hour per dayFunding Source: Emery SLIPLocation: Emery SchoolAnticipated Dates: 09/01/2011 # of Days (not to exceed): 175Total Cost (not to exceed): $1,001 Operation Good Start, Gilbert School, SpecialEducation ClassIn preparation for the 2011-12 school year, schoolreadiness activities will be held at Gilbert Schoolfor students enrolled in the mild/moderate specialeducation class. One instructional assistant willbe paid the current rate of pay (a range of $18.79- $32.94, depending on job classification, includesbenefits) for a maximum of four (4) hours August25-26, 2011. The total will not exceed $132,payable from Gilbert School Title I funds.
August 26, 2011 - “Group Therapy for the School Designand Construction Team: How To Keep Your Architect,Construction Manager and School Board Happy” - K.
Tsunezumi, M. WardOctober 12, 2011 - “Risk Management” - K. Tsunezumi Purchase Orders dated 08/09/11-08/22/11 wereapproved in the total amount of $1,475,892.59.
Site Dept. Manager: D. GlennNew Contract/Amendment: New (Annual) Description of Services: Positive Behavioral Interventionand Supports and Violence Prevention Education Services(PBIS) grant provides funding for substitute teachersduring trainings.
Contract Period: September 13, 2011 - June 30, 2012Funding Source: Revenue AgreementTotal Expenditure: N/A Site Dept. Manager: K. TsunezumiNew Contract/Amendment: Addendum Description of Services: Change order to bid #11-03specifications to provide additional asphalt repairs toplayground area and other deteriorated areas at PendletonSchool.
Contract Period: Completion by August 31, 2011Funding Source: Deferred MaintenanceTotal Expenditure: Not to Exceed $2,000 Site Dept. Manager: K. TsunezumiNew Contract/Amendment: Addendum Description of Services: Change order to bid #11-01specifications to provide additional painting inadministration building and planter walls at BPJHS.
CONTRACT/SERVICE AGREEMENT(S) NO. 136 (Continued)Contract Period: Completion by August 19, 2011Funding Source: Deferred MaintenanceTotal Expenditure: Not to Exceed $500 Site Dept. Manager: K. TsunezumiNew Contract/Amendment: Addendum Description of Services: Change order to bid #11-02extending completion date to December 29, 2011.
Contract Period: Completion by December 29, 2011Funding Source: N/ATotal Expenditure: N/A Site Dept. Manager: K. TsunezumiNew Contract/Amendment: Addendum Description of Services: Change order to bid #11-02specifications to provide replacement of sheathing withplywood at Beatty School.
Contract Period: Completion by December 29, 2011Funding Source: Deferred MaintenanceTotal Expenditure: Not to Exceed $6,560 Site Dept. Manager: K. TsunezumiNew Contract/Amendment: New (Annual) Description of Services: Mandated services claimpreparation.
Contract Period: July 1, 2010 - June 30, 2013Funding Source: General FundTotal Expenditure: Not to Exceed $11,500 annually 2011-2012 STUDENT TEACHING ASSIGNMENTS: CALIFORNIA STATEUNIVERSITY, FULLERTON 2011-2012 Student Teaching AssignmentsCalifornia State University, Fullerton 2011-2012 STUDENT TEACHING ASSIGNMENTS: CALIFORNIA STATEUNIVERSITY, FULLERTON 2011-2012 Student Teaching AssignmentsCalifornia State University, Fullerton On February 7, 2011, a Buena Park Junior High Schoolstudent (Buena Park School District Student Permanent ID#107769) was bitten by another student’s dog at theTulare and Pacific Drive bus stop while attempting toboard our school bus. Per statements made by the dog’sowner, his two dogs got out of his yard as his son hadleft the gate open. The dogs followed his son to the busstop and one of them bit the other student.
The student who was bitten was taken to the emergencyroom at Memorial Care and diagnosed with a bite to theleft elbow, specifically a puncture wound and abrasion.
The student was prescribed Amoxicillin and Ibuprofen andwas cleared to return to school the following day.
On August 8, 2011, the father of the student who wasbitten, filed a claim against Buena Park School District“in excess of $25,000.” He alleges that the bus driverallowed the other student to have his dogs by the busdoor as students were boarding, that the driver failed torestrain the dog to prevent the attack, and that thedriver failed to cause the student to take his dogs awayfrom the bus stop.
We have been advised by our insurance carrier, Keenan andAssociates, to reject this claim.
There are no fiscal implications at this time.
REJECTION OF CLAIM (Continued)Administration requests authorization to reject the ClaimAgainst Public Entity submitted by the father, on behalfof his son (Buena Park School District Student PermanentID #107769).
INTERDISTRICT TRANSFER REQUEST: BRIANA IZQUIERDO DISCUSSION OF ITEMS REMOVED FROM CONSENT CALENDAR INTERDISTRICT TRANSFER REQUEST: CHRISTOPHER MCGHEEMrs. Jensen pulled Item .11 Interdistrict TransferAppeal: Christopher McGhee to enable the Governing Boardto vote on this item separately.
INTERDISTRICT TRANSFER REQUEST: MEGAN PARKMrs. Jensen pulled Item .12 Interdistrict TransferAppeal: Megan Park to enable the Governing Board to voteon this item separately.
ITEMS REMOVED FROM CONSENT CALENDARMr. Chambers made the motion, seconded by Ms. Marshall,that the Governing Board approve Consent Calendar Item.11 Interdistrict Transfer Appeal: Christopher McGhee,and .12 Interdistrict Transfer Appeal: Megan Park,according to the Education Code.
The president declared the motion carried, and ordered itso recorded in the minutes.
INTERDISTRICT TRANSFER REQUEST: CHRISTOPHER MCGHEE INTERDISTRICT TRANSFER REQUEST: MEGAN PARK BOARD COMMENTSMr. Chambers attended the Team Science 20th AnniversaryCelebration on August 20, 2011.
Mrs. Jensen will be attending the Buena Park Junior HighSchool parent meeting orientations this week and will beencouraging parents to volunteer with the Home SchoolAssociation.
BOARD COMMENTS (Continued)Mr. Magnuson displayed the Award of Excellence certificatepresented by Team Science on August 20, 2011 in honor of theDistrict’s ongoing commitment to California’s students and theendeavors of Team Science.
Mr. Magnuson informed Governing Board members that the BuenaPark Junior High School parent orientation meetings will beheld at 4:00 p.m. for seventh grade and 5:00 p.m. for eighthgrade parents on August 24, 2011.
2011-12 Adopted Budget - Single Adoption District The Orange County Superintendent of Schools has reviewedthe Adopted Budget of the District as required by EC42127(d). Based on their review of the District’s JulyAdopted Budget and the State adopted Criteria andStandards, the 2011-12 Adopted Budget of the Buena ParkSchool District is hereby approved.
The September 12, 2011 Governing Board meeting will beginat 5:00 p.m. to allow time for the Board to continuetheir self-evaluation.
Orange County Treasurer-Tax Collector Treasurer’s As of July 31, 2011, the current yield on investments inthe Orange County Tax Collector’s Educational InvestmentPool is 0.57%.
It was also noted that on August 5, 2011, Standard &Poor’s (S&P) downgraded all long term outstanding debt ofthe US government from “AAA” (S&P’s highest ratingsignifying an extremely strong capacity to meet financialcommitments) to “AA+” (S&P’s next highest ratingsignifying a very strong capacity to meet financialcommitments).
XII. INFORMATION/CORRESPONDENCE (Continued) Orange County Treasurer-Tax Collector Treasurer’sManagement Report (Continued)The Orange County Treasurer’s Office states that based ondocuments received from the rating agencies, theTreasurer’s in-house credit analysis, and discussionswith other large government agencies: There will not be any principal loss in USgovernment debt within our short five-yearinvestment horizon.
Investments in these obligations continue tomeet our primary public funds investmentobjective of safety.
The Treasurer will continue to monitor ratingsof US government debt.
At 8:33 p.m., Mrs. Jensen made the motion, seconded by Ms.
Lee, that the Governing Board adjourn the meeting.
The president declared the motion carried, and ordered it sorecorded in the minutes.
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