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Previous MeetingJanuary 22, 2015 06:00 PMNext Meeting
REGULAR MEETING OF THE GOVERNING BOARD
545 CHANEY STREET, BOARD ROOM, BUILDING B, LAKE ELSINORE, CA 92530
3:00 P.M. - GOVERNING BOARD WORKSHOP
CLOSED SESSION - 4:00 P.M. GENERAL SESSION - 6:00 P.M.

 

  
Preliminary Information

The Lake Elsinore Unified School District is committed to following the Board-adopted Strategic Plan and ensuring that all students receive world-class educational opportunities. To support this effort, items are placed on the agenda that assist in meeting organizational core values, essential outcomes or school district priority statements. The values, outcomes or priorities that an agenda item will assist in meeting are listed under the goals for the item.

All matters listed on the consent calendar are considered to be routine and all will be enacted with one vote. There is no discussion of consent calendar items unless members of the Governing Board or staff request that specific items be removed from the Consent Calendar for separate action.  

FOR CERTAIN ITEMS, THE GOVERNING BOARD WILL MEET AS THE LEGISLATIVE BODY OF COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICTS OF THE LAKE ELSINORE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

 


(D) Discussion Item
(V) Can Vote
(C) Consent Item
Unfold A.  CALL TO ORDER   
         
1. Call to Order of the Regular Meeting of January 22, 2015     
Unfold B.  OPEN GENERAL SESSION   
         
1. ROLL CALL     
  Mr. Stan Crippen
Mrs. Heidi Matthies Dodd
Mr. Juan Saucedo
Mrs. Susan Scott
Mr. Tom Thomas
Unfold C.  MOTION TO APPROVE AGENDA   
         
1. Motion to approve the agenda of January 22, 2015, as submitted/amended      (V)  
Unfold D.  GOVERNING BOARD WORKSHOP   
         
1. Head Start Governance and Management Responsibilities Workshop/Training      (D)  
  The governing board will participate in group and individual training on Head Start Governance.

Presented by: Dr. Frieda Brands, Director of Early Childhood Education  
Unfold E.  COMMUNICATION SESSION - CLOSED SESSION ITEMS   
         
1. Public Comments-Closed Session Items     
 

The Governing Board welcomes public comments related to CLOSED Session items. A TOTAL OF 30 MINUTES IS PROVIDED SO MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC CAN ADDRESS THE GOVERNING BOARD.   Comments are limited to three (3) minutes and should be confined to those items listed on the request.  Unless an item has been placed on the published agenda in accordance with the Brown Act, there shall be no action taken, nor should there be comments on, responses to, or discussion of a topic not on the agenda. The Board members may: (1) acknowledge receipt of information; (2) refer matter to staff with no direction as to action or priority; or (3) refer the matter to the next agenda.  SPEAKERS SHOULD ALWAYS FACE THE GOVERNING BOARD.

Unfold F.  CLOSED SESSION   
         
1. Closed Session Items     
 

The Governing Board will meet in Closed Session to consider matters of student discipline, personnel matters, labor negotiations, litigation and facilities and/or land acquisition.

1.   Public Employment/Public Employee Performance Evaluation/Public Employee Discipline Dismissal/Release (Pursuant to Government Code Section 54957)

- Regular/Substitutes
- Resignations/Retirements/Terminations
- New Positions
- Assignment Change
- Consent of Assignment
- Salary Adjustment
- Shared Contract
- Extra Period Assignments
- Extra Curricular Assignments
- Athletics
- Lateral/Promotional/Downward Transfers/Increase/Decrease in Hours/Days
- 39 Month Re-Employment List
- Pay Range Increase
- Reclassifications
- Voluntary Transfer
- Involuntary Transfer
- Contract Agreement
- Short Term Assignments
- Employment Contracts
- Requests for Leave of Absence
- Superintendent Evaluation
- Superintendent Employment Contract
- Settlement Agreement - Employee # 58893

2. CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATORS (pursuant to Government Code Section 54957.6)    (D. Kimberly/K. Meyer/G. Landon/S. Wensel/A. Guevara/G. Bowers)

  Lake Elsinore Teacher's Association (LETA)
  California School Employees Association (CSEA)
  Management, Confidential & Exempt Employees

3.  CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION (Subdivision (a) of Government Code Section 54956.9) (D. Kimberly/G. Landon/K. Meyer)

 

N/A

4.  CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - ANTICIPATED  LITIGATION (Significant Exposure pursuant to subdivision (b) of Government Code Section 54956.9) (D. Kimberly/G. Landon/K. Meyer/A. Guevara/G. Bowers)

 

N/A

5.    LIABILITY CLAIMS - DENIAL OF CLAIM (Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.95) (D. Kimberly/G. Landon/K. Meyer)   

Claim #15-06-2015014878

6.  CONFERENCE WITH REAL PROPERTY NEGOTIATOR (Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.8) (D. Kimberly/G. Bowers) 

Property:  Approximately 11.75 acres located at 21440 Lemon Street, Wildomar, CA; known generally as the District’s former Jean Hayman Elementary School site (“Jean Hayman Property”).  APN 366-070-005.

Property: Approximately 17.09 acres located at 16275 Grand Avenue, Lake Elsinore, CA; known generally as the District’s former Butterfield Elementary School site (“Butterfield Property”).  Parcel A: APN 381-300-004 - 8.70 acres; Parcel B: APN 386-140-007 - 1.65 acres; and, Parcel C:  APN 386-140-008, 6.74 acres.

Negotiating Parties:  Lake Elsinore Unified School District, Real Property Negotiator, Dr. Gregory J. Bowers, Assistant Superintendent, Facilities and Operations (Proposed Seller/Lessor/Exchangor) and an unidentified number of potential buyers, lessees, or exchangees for the Property which may acquire, lease or exchange through statutory rights or public bid processes (Proposed Buyer(s)/Lessee(s)/Exchangee(s)).

The Butterfield Property and  Jean Hayman Property  are collectively referred to herein as the “Properties.”

Under Negotiation:  Instruction to Negotiator will concern price and terms of payment issues associated with possible disposition, lease, or exchange of the identified Properties.

Property:  Approximately 19,198 SF(Lots 52 & 53) of property located in the City of Lake Elsinore, County of Riverside, State of California, Tentative Tract Map No. 31957, being part of a subdivision of the northeast and southwest quarters of Section 28, Township 5 South, Range 5 West, SBM.

Negotiating Parties:  lake Elsinore Unified School District, Real property negotiator, Dr. Gregory J. Bowers, Assistant Superintendent, Facilities and Operations (Proposed Buyer) and TMC America, LLC, Mark Ferraro, (Proposed Seller)

Under Negotiation:  Purchase and Sales Agreement.

 

Unfold G.  RECONVENE GENERAL SESSION   
         
1. ROLL CALL     
  Mr. Stan Crippen
Mrs. Heidi Matthies Dodd
Mr. Juan Saucedo
Mrs. Susan Scott
Mr. Tom Thomas
         
2. Flag Salute: Tom Thomas     
H.  REPORT FROM CLOSED SESSION (IF APPLICABLE)   
Unfold I.  STUDENT BOARD REPRESENTATIVE REPORTS   
         
1. Student Board Representatives Reports      (D)  
 
Joseph Hernandez Elsinore High School
Isahia Romero Lakeside High School
Vicente Garfias Ortega High School
Carlina Cruz Southern California Online Academy
Sandy Schweis Temescal Canyon High School

 

Unfold J.  PRESENTATION SESSION   
         
1. Exemplary Teacher of the Month - Kathleen Harvey     
  Mrs. Kathleen Harvey is the epitome of first best instructional practice at Donald Graham Elementary School. Her knowledge and enthusiasm is evident in everything she does in the classroom. Her background as a mentor and District ELD TOSA (Teacher on Special Assignment) has given her insight and strategies that have benefited not only the students she has served, but her colleagues as well.

Presented by: Dr. Alain Guevara, Assistant Superintendent, Administrative and Educational Support Services
         
2. Recognize Assistance League of Temecula Valley on behalf of Marilyn Rule, Scholarships Chairman     
  The Assistance League of Temecula Valley offered an opportunity to the teachers of Lake Elsinore Unified School District to apply for $750 dollars to be used to fund their specific proposed  classroom project or special classroom need. Ten grant recipients are to be awarded $750 each.

Presented by: Dr. Alain Guevara, Assistant Superintendent, Administrative and Educational Support Services
         
3. Western Municipal Water District Solar Cup 2015 Presentation     
  Western Municipal Water District is pleased to present Solar Cup advisor Rick Wolter from Elsinore High School and Ross Wolter from Lakeside High School a check for $2,500 to be used for materials for the 2015 Solar Cup competition. Rick has been participating in Solar Cup for a total of eight years. This year his students are teaming up with Lakeside High students to compete together as one team. Each year over 40 teams from Southern California Schools compete in the annual Solar Cup competition organized by Metropolitan Water District. Western is pleased to be able to sponsor the Elsinore team this year.

Presented by: Dr. Alain Guevara, Assistant Superintendent, Administrative and Educational Support Services
         
4. Presentation of the 2013-2014 Audit Report      (D)  
  Presentation and review of the 2013-2014 district's financial annual audit.

Presented by: Vavrinek, Trine, Day & Co.
Presented by: Dr. George Landon, Deputy Superintendent, Administrative and Fiscal Support Services
Unfold K.  COMMUNICATION SESSION - GENERAL SESSION ITEMS   
         
1. Public Comments - General Session Items     
 

The Governing Board welcomes public comments related to General Session items. A total of 30 minutes is provided so members of the public can address the Governing Board.  Comments are limited to three (3) minutes and should be confined to those items listed on the request.  Unless an item has been placed on the published agenda in accordance with the Brown Act, there shall be no action taken, nor should there be comments on, responses to, or discussion of a topic not on the agenda. The Board members may: (1) acknowledge receipt of information; (2) refer matter to staff with no direction as to action or priority; or (3) refer the matter to the next agenda.   SPEAKERS SHOULD ALWAYS FACE THE GOVERNING BOARD.

Unfold L.  INFORMATION SESSION   
         
1. 2014-15 Average Daily Attendance (ADA) Update as of December 19, 2014      (D)  
  Average Daily Attendance (ADA) information as of December 19, 2014 for Lake Elsinore Unified School District Governing Board review.

Presented by:  Dr. George Landon, Deputy Superintendent, Administrative & Fiscal Support Services
Kip Meyer, Assistant Superintendent, Personnel Support Services
         
2. Calendar of District Events - January 22, 2015 - March 31, 2015     
  In order to improve communication throughout the Lake Elsinore Unified School District, the Superintendent's Office regularly submits a multi-month District Master Calendar for the Governing Board's information.  Although this calendar may not reflect all District and school activities, it serves to improve communication and event planning.

Presented by:  Dr. Doug Kimberly, District Superintendent
         
3. Children and Family Services Head Start/Early Head Start Director's Report      (D)  
  The Director of Early Childhood Education prepares a monthly report for the Head Start/Early Head Start Parent Policy Committee and the Governing Board. This Board item includes the Fiscal Report for November 2014.

Presented by:  Dr. Alain Guevara, Assistant Superintendent of Administrative and Educational Support Services
Unfold M.  CONSENT CALENDAR APPROVAL   
         
1. Approval of the Consent Calendar for the January 22, 2015 Regular Meeting, as Submitted/Amended      (V)  (C)  
 

Roll Call Votes:

Stan Crippen  
Heidi Matthies Dodd  
Juan Saucedo  
Sue Scott  
Tom Thomas  
Unfold N.  CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS   
         
1. Expulsions      (V)  (C)  
  Student Support Services Division is seeking approval of the expulsion recommendations listed below. The Governing Board had an opportunity to review these recommendations in Closed Session before taking action in Open Session.

Presented by: Dr. Steve Behar, Director, Child Welfare and Attendance
         
2. Approve the Master Clinical Field Experience Agreement for nursing candidates with California Baptist University.      (V)  (C)  
  Approve the Master Clinical Field Experience Agreement for nursing candidates with California Baptist University.

Presented by: Kip Meyer, Assistant Superintendent, Personnel Support Services
         
3. Ratify the Addendum to the Contract for Clinical and Instructional Programs with Loma Linda University.      (V)  (C)  
  Ratify the Addendum to the Contract for Clinical and Instructional Programs with Loma Linda University.

Presented by: Kip Meyer, Assistant Superintendent, Personnel Support Services
         
4. Approve the National University Internship Affiliation Agreement, Nursing-Community Health.      (V)  (C)  
  Approve the National University Internship Affiliation Agreement, Nursing-Community Health.

Presented by: Kip Meyer, Assistant Superintendent, Personnel Support Services
         
5. Denial of Claim – Claim Number 15-06-2015014878      (V)  (C)  
  Rejection of claim number 15-06-2015014878 filed against the District.

Presented by: Dr. George Landon, Deputy Superintendent and Administrative Fiscal Support Services
         
6. Student Trip Request – Elsinore High School      (V)  (C)  
  Administrative Regulation No. 6153 requires Board authorization for students to attend District sanctioned events that require overnight accommodations.

A request has been received for Elsinore High School AVID (Achievement Via Individual Determination) students to participate in the following trip:

AVID College Tour
College Itinerary:
CSU Channel Islands, UC Santa Barbara, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, CSU Monterey, UC Santa Cruz, Stanford, UC Berkeley, UC Davis
Thursday, February 12, 2015 – Saturday, February 14, 2015

Presented by: Dr. Alain Guevara, Assistant Superintendent, Administrative and Educational Support Services
         
7. Student Trip Request –Temescal Canyon High School      (V)  (C)  
  Administrative Regulation No. 6153 requires Board authorization for students to attend District sanctioned events that require overnight or out of state accommodations.

A request has been received for Temescal Canyon High School students to participate in the following trip:

Dance Team to Compete at Nationals
Long Beach Convention Center, Long Beach, CA
Friday, March 13, 2015 - Sunday, March 15, 2015

Presented: Dr. Alain Guevara, Assistant Superintendent, Administrative and Educational Support Services
         
8. Single Plan for Student Achievement      (V)  (C)  
  The following schools are submitting a Revision to the Preliminary and/or Yearly Plans for the 2014-15 school year: Cottonwood Canyon Elementary, Ronald Reagan Elementary, Lakeland Village School, Canyon Lake Middle, David Brown Middle, Elsinore Middle & Lakeside High.

Presented by: Marybeth Slane - Director, Elementary Curriculum & Instruction
         
9. Acceptance of Donations      (V)  (C)  
 

Lake Elsinore Unified School District received donations of cash and goods totaling $4,134.48

Presented by: Dr. George Landon, Deputy Superintendent, Administrative & Fiscal Support Services

         
10. Annual Evaluation of the Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA) - Rice Canyon Elementary School      (V)  (C)  
  The Annual Evaluation of Single Plans for Student Achievement (SPSA)for Rice Canyon Elementary School are presented for Governing Board review and approval.

Presented by: Marybeth Slane, Director Elementary Curriculum & Instruction
         
11. Ratify Agreement with RBF Consulting for Elsinore High School Site Drainage Investigation      (V)  (C)  
  Ratify agreement with RBF Consulting to investigate on site drainage systems and storm water flows at Elsinore High School. Contract not to exceed $20,000.  

Presented by:  Dr. Gregory J. Bowers, Assistant Superintendent, Facilities & Operations Support Services  
         
12. Agreement with RBF Consulting for Aerial Mapping and Topographic Survey at Elsinore High School      (V)  (C)  
  Approve agreement with RBF Consulting for aerial topographic mapping and survey of the Elsinore High School site.  This work will assist the architect and engineers with the design of drainage improvements at the site. Total cost for the aerial mapping and topographic study not to exceed $21,300 plus cost of any reimbursable expenses.

Presented by:  Dr. Gregory J. Bowers, Assistant Superintendent, Facilities & Operations Support Services
         
13. Quarterly Financial Report of Use of Facilities Fees Collected      (V)  (C)  
  Staff will provide a quarterly financial report of the user fees collected for October 2014 - December 2014.

Presented by: Dr. Gregory J. Bowers, Assistant Superintendent, Facilities & Operations Support Services
         
14. Ratify Cornerstone Christian School Transportation Services Agreement      (V)  (C)  
  Cornerstone Christian School has requested that the Lake Elsinore Unified School District provide transportation services for field trips and other extra curricular activities.

Presented by:  Dr. Gregory J. Bowers, Assistant Superintendent, Facilities and Operations Support Services
         
15. Agreement with Secured Retail for District-wide Managed Wireless Services      (V)  (C)  
  Wireless access has become a priority for instructional and assessment in LEUSD.  A professional managed system is necessary to maximize the capabilities of the wireless system.

Presented by:  Dr. Gregory J. Bowers, Assistant Superintendent, Facilities & Operations Support Services
         
16. Imagine Learning Contract      (V)  (C)  
 

The Imagine Learning software program is an effective, research-based language and literacy solution for early childhood education students. Students receive differentiated instruction that teaches important skills in phonics, phonemic awareness, vocabulary, reading fluency, and reading comprehension through hundreds of engaging activities. An implementation of Imagine Learning includes installation of the program and professional development, which includes both initial and follow-up trainings. 

Presented by: Dr. Alain Guevara, Assistant Superintendent, Administrative and Educational Support Services

         
17. Approval of Minutes of the December 11, 2014 Regular Meeting      (V)  (C)  
  Approve Minutes of the December 11, 2014 Regular Meeting of the Governing Board, as submitted/amended.

Presented by:  Dr. Doug Kimberly, District Superintendent
Unfold O.  PUBLIC HEARING SESSION (IF APPLICABLE)   
         
1. Notice of Public Hearing Regarding the District's Initial Proposal to the Lake Elsinore Teacher's Association.      (D)  
 

Notice of Public Hearing regarding the District's Initial Proposal to the Lake Elsinore Teachers Association. A Public Hearing shall be conducted to receive comments regarding the District's Initial Proposal. 

Presented by: Kip Meyer, Assistant Superintendent, Personnel Support Services

         
2. Notice of Public Hearing Regarding the District's Initial Proposal to the California School Employees Association #598.      (D)  
  Notice of Public Hearing regarding the District's Initial proposal to the California School Employees Association #598. A Public Hearing shall be conducted to receive comments regarding the District's Initial Proposal to the California School Employees Association #598.

Presented by:  Kip Meyer, Assistant Superintendent, Personnel Support Services
         
3. Notice of Public Hearing Regarding Submission of Waiver Request to the California Department of Education - California English Language Development Test (CELDT) Apportionment Information Report 2013-2014         (D)  
 

A Public Hearing will be held in the Lake Elsinore Unified Governing Board Room at 545 Chaney Street, Lake Elsinore, CA at or about 6:00 P.M. in order to allow the public the opportunity to review the general waiver regarding the CELDT apportionment request to the State Board of Education.

Presented by: Dr. Alain Guevara, Assistant Superintendent, Administrative and Educational Support Services

Unfold P.  ACTION SESSION (Roll Call Votes)   
         
1. Adoption of Resolution 2014-15-044 for the Tax Revenue Anticipation Note (TRAN)      (V)  
 

Adopt Resolution No. 2014-15-044 Tax Revenue Anticipation Note (TRAN) allowing the District to obtain a short term loan to meet it's cash flow needs. 

Presented by: Dr. George Landon, Deputy Superintendent, Administrative & Fiscal Support Services

Roll Call Votes:

Stan Crippen  
Heidi Matthies Dodd  
Juan Saucedo  
Sue Scott  
Tom Thomas  

 

         
2. Approve the Recommended Budget Reductions and Cash Preservation Options.      (V)  
 

Approve Budget Reductions and Cash Preservation Options for the projected deficit in fiscal years 2014/15-2016/17. 

Presented by: Dr. George Landon, Deputy Superintendent, Administrative & Fiscal Support Services

Roll Call Votes:

Stan Crippen  
Heidi Matthies Dodd  
Juan Saucedo  
Sue Scott  
Tom Thomas  

 

         
3. Approval of the Classified Personnel Report No. 6/2014-2015      (V)  
 

Attached are the personnel action items related to classified staff members' employment recommended for approval by the Governing Board. 

Presented by: Sam Wensel, Executive Director, Personnel Support Services

Roll Call Vote:

Stan Crippen  
Heidi Matthies Dodd  
Juan Saucedo  
Sue Scott  
Tom Thomas  

 

         
4. Approval of the Certificated Personnel Report No. 06/2014-15      (V)  
 

Attached are the personnel action items related to certificated staff members' employment recommended for approval by the Governing Board. 

Presented by: Kip Meyer, Assistant Superintendent, Personnel Support Services

Roll Call Vote:

Stan Crippen  
Heidi Matthies Dodd  
Juan Saucedo  
Sue Scott  
Tom Thomas  

 

         
5. Ratification of the Purchase Order List      (V)  
 

Attached is the monthly report of all encumbered Direct Pays and Purchase Orders for the period November 18, 2014 through January 6, 2015. General unrestricted funding totaled $2,894,877.15 and restricted funding totaled $1,196,091.29 for a grand total of $4,090,968.44. 

Presented by: Dr. George Landon, Deputy Superintendent, Administrative and Fiscal Support Services

Roll Call Votes:

Stan Crippen  
Heidi Matthies Dodd  
Juan Saucedo  
Sue Scott  
Tom Thomas  

 

         
6. Resolution No. 2014-15-045, Resolution of Consideration of the Governing Board of the Lake Elsinore Unified School District, Acting as the Legislative Body of Community Facilities District No. 2006-2 of the Lake Elsinore Unified School District, to Change the Rates and Methods of Apportionment of Special Taxes for Improvement Area Nos. B and C of Community Facilities District No. 2006-2 of the Lake Elsinore Unified School District and Making Other Changes to such Community Facilities District No. 2006-2 of the Lake Elsinore Unified School District Proceedings      (V)  
 

Resolution of Consideration of the Governing Board of the Lake Elsinore Unified School District, acting as the Legislative Body of Community Facilities District No. 2006-2 of the Lake Elsinore Unified School District, to change the rates and methods of apportionment of special taxes for Improvement Area Nos. B and C of Community Facilities District No. 2006-2 of the Lake Elsinore Unified School District and making other changes to such Community Facilities District No. 2006-2 of the Lake Elsinore Unified School District proceedings. 

Presented by: Dr. Gregory J. Bowers, Assistant Superintendent, Facilities & Operations Support Services

Roll Call Votes:

Stan Crippen  
Heidi Matthies Dodd  
Juan Saucedo  
Sue Scott  
Tom Thomas  

 

         
7. Approve the intern/consultant agreement with Matthew Thomas to have him review the LEUSD Employee Handbook, Parent/Student Rights & Responsibilities Handbook, and student handbooks to their alignment and compliance to various Board Policy and Administrative Regulation. In addition, he shall audit these publications ensuring compliance with applicable State law and Education Code.      (V)  
 

Approve the intern/consultant agreement with Matthew Thomas to have him review the LEUSD Employee Handbook, Parent/Student Rights & Responsibilities Handbook, and student handbooks to their alignment and compliance to various Board Policy and Administrative Regulation. As an unpaid intern, he shall audit these publications ensuring compliance with applicable State law and Education Code. 

Presented by: Kip Meyer, Assistant Superintendent, Personnel Support Services

Roll Call Votes:

Stan Crippen  
Heidi Matthies Dodd  
Juan Saucedo  
Sue Scott  
Tom Thomas  

 

         
8. Adoption of the District's Initial Proposal to the Lake Elsinore Teachers Association for the 2015/16 Collective Bargaining Agreement.      (V)  
 

Adopt the District's Initial Proposal to the Lake Elsinore Teacher's Association for the 2015/16 Collective Bargaining Agreement. By adopting the proposal, the Association may begin contract negotiations for the 2015/16 school year. 

Presented by: Kip Meyer, Assistant Superintendent, Personnel Support Services

Roll Call Votes:

Stan Crippen  
Heidi Matthies Dodd  
Juan Saucedo  
Sue Scott  
Tom Thomas  

 

         
9. Adoption of the District's Initial Proposal to the California School Employees Association #598.      (V)  
 

Adopt the District's Initial Proposal to the California School Employees Association #598 for the 2015/16 Collective Bargaining Agreement. By adopting the proposal, the District may begin contract negotiations for the 2015/16 school year. 

Presented by: Kip Meyer, Assistant Superintendent, Personnel Support Services

Roll Call Votes:

Stan Crippen  
Heidi Matthies Dodd  
Juan Saucedo  
Sue Scott  
Tom Thomas  

 

         
10. Adoption/Approval of Board Policies and Admin Regs      (V)  
 

In a continuing effort to maintain up-to-date school district Board Policies/Admin Regs, the District Administration continues to review, evaluate and revise documents on a regular basis.  The below listed policy is presented to the Governing Board for approval

BP 4111/4211/4311 - Recruitment & Selection

Presented by:  Kip Meyer, Assistant Superintendent, Personnel Support Services

Roll Call Vote

Stan Crippen  
Heidi Matthies Dodd  
Juan Saucedo  
Sue Scott  
Tom Thomas  

 

         
11. Authorization to Submit Waiver Request to the California Department of Education - California English Language Development Test (CELDT) Apportionment Information Report      (V)  
 

Staff requests the Governing Board to authorize the Superintendent to submit the waiver to the California Department of Education to consider and waive Education Code CCR, Title 5, Section 11517.5(b)(1)(A) "Postmarked by December 31."

Presented by:  Dr. Alain Guevara, Assistant Superintendent, Administrative & Educational Support Services

Roll Call Vote

Stan Crippen  
Heidi Matthies Dodd  
Juan Saucedo  
Sue Scott  
Tom Thomas  

 

Q.  BOARD AND SUPERINTENDENT/CABINET COMMENTS AND UPDATES   
Unfold R.  MOTION TO ADJOURN   
         
1. Motion to adjourn the January 22, 2015 regular meeting of the Lake Elsinore Unified School District Governing Board.      (V)  

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Affidavit of Posting
I, Mary Griggs, Secretary to the Superintendent, Lake Elsinore Unified School District, do hereby affirm that a copy of the foregoing agenda was posted outside the Lake Elsinore Unified School District Administrative Offices located at 545 Chaney Street, Lake Elsinore, CA 92530.

Compliance with the Requirements of California Government Code Section 54954.2
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Staff Reports
Materials related to an item on the Agenda submitted to the Governing Board after distribution of the agenda packet are available for public inspection by contacting Mary Griggs, at (951) 253-7005 during normal business hours (7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.).
 




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