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Previous MeetingJune 14, 2012 09:00 AMNext Meeting
Regular Meeting of the Governing Board
BOARD ROOM, BUILDING B
545 CHANEY STREET, LAKE ELSINORE, CA 92530
CLOSED SESSION - 8:00 A.M. GENERAL SESSION - 9:00 A.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.

 


(D) Discussion Item
(V) Can Vote
(C) Consent Item
Unfold A.  CALL TO ORDER   
         
1. Call to Order of the Regular Meeting of June 14, 2012     
Unfold B.  OPEN GENERAL SESSION   
         
1. ROLL CALL     
  Mrs. Susan Scott, President
Mrs. Heidi Matthies Dodd, Clerk
Mrs. Jeanie Corral, Member
Mr. Stan Crippen, Member
Mr. Tom Thomas, Member
Unfold C.  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 D.  CLOSED SESSION   
         
1. ADJOURN TO CLOSED SESSION/TIME (ANNOUNCE TIME)     
 

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
- Requests for Leave of Absence
- Temporary Contracts
- Settlement Authority
  - Employees  numbered: 128863; 001915; 171645

2.   CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATORS (pursuant to Government Code Section 54957.6)
       (F. Passarella/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 - ANTICIPATED LITIGATION (Significant Exposure to litigation pursuant to subdivisions (b)(1) and (b)(3)(A) of Government Code Section 54956.9)
       (F. Passarella/G. Bowers/H. Lee)

  Two (2) Cases

4.   CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION (Pursuant to subdivision (a) of Government Code Section 54956.9)
       (F. Passarella/K. Meyer/M. Thompson/K. Smith) 

 

Two (2) Cases

5.    CONFERENCE WITH REAL PROPERTY NEGOTIATOR (Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.8)
       (F. Passarella/G. Bowers/A. Chialtas)  

A.

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.

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

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

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

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

B.

Property: Approximately 12.9 acres of vacant land which was designed as a school site on the East Lake Specific Plan, but with an underlying residential zoning. The subject property is located at the northeasterly corner of future Diamond Drive and Summerly Place, in the City of Lake Elsinore. Assessors Parcel Number 371-270-004 & 022.

Negotiating Parties: Lake Elsinore Unified School District, Real Property Negotiator, Gregory J. Bowers, Assistant Superintendent, Facilities and Operations (Proposed Buyer) and the McMillin Companies, Brian Milch, President (Proposed Seller). 

Under Negotiation:  Purchase and Sales Agreement.

 

Unfold E.  RECONVENE GENERAL SESSION   
         
1. The Board reconvened to General Session     
         
2. ROLL CALL     
  Mrs. Susan Scott, President
Mrs. Heidi Matthies Dodd, Clerk
Mrs. Jeanie Corral, Member
Mr. Stan Crippen, Member
Mr. Tom Thomas, Member
         
3. FLAG SALUTE AND MOMENT OF SILENCE: Jeanie Corral     
Unfold F.  MOTION TO APPROVE AGENDA   
         
1. Motion to approve the agenda of June 14, 2012, as submitted/amended      (V)  
G.  REPORT FROM CLOSED SESSION (IF APPLICABLE)   
Unfold H.  ACTION SESSION I   
         
1. ROLL CALL VOTE REQUIRED: APPOINTMENT OF DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT      (V)  
 

Appointment of Dr. Doug Kimberly as District Superintendent 

ROLL CALL

Mrs. Sue Scott
Mrs. Heidi Matthies Dodd
Mrs. Jeanie Corral
Mr. Stan Crippen
Mr. Tom Thomas

Presented by: Susan E. Scott, Governing Board President

         
2. ROLL CALL VOTE REQUIRED: Approval of Employment Contract between the LEUSD Governing Board and Dr. Doug Kimberly, Superintendent      (V)  
 

Approval of the employment contract between LEUSD and Dr. Doug Kimberly, Superintendent 

ROLL CALL

Mrs. Sue Scott
Mrs. Heidi Matthies Dodd
Mrs. Jeanie Corral
Mr. Stan Crippen
Mr. Tom Thomas

Presented by: Susan E. Scott, Governing Board President

Unfold I.  PRESENTATION SESSION   
         
1. Assemblyman Jeffries Presentation to Dr. Frank W. Passarella      (D)  
  Presentation of a special Resolution to District Superintendent Dr. Frank W. Passarella by  Assemblyman Kevin Jefferies.

Presented by:  Susan E. Scott, Governing Board President
         
2. Captain Dave Fontneau Recognition      (D)  
  Recognition of Captain Dave Fontneau

Presented by:  Dr. Frank W. Passarella, District Superintendent and Tom Thomas, Governing Board Member
         
3. Lake Elsinore Unified School District 3rd Annual Special Olympics Games      (D)  
  More than 485 athletes participated in the LEUSD Special Olympics held at Lakeside High School on May 11, 2012. We would like to recognize Regional Director Abbey Leffler.

Presented by:  Donna Wolter, Interim Director Special Education
         
4. Recognition of 2012-13 Budget Book Cover Contest Winner      (D)  
 

Recognize the winner of the District's Budget Book Cover contest

Presented by:  Sue Valles, Accounting Supervisor

Unfold J.  COMMUNICATION SESSION - GENERAL SESSION ITEMS   
         
1. Public Comments - General Session Items      (D)  
 

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.  An additional 30 minutes will be provided for public comments prior to the close of the meeting.  SPEAKERS SHOULD ALWAYS FACE THE GOVERNING BOARD.

Unfold K.  INFORMATION SESSION   
         
1. City Councils and Community Involvement Oral Report      (D)  
  Community engagement is a goal of the District. The Coordinator of Community and Media Relations will present an oral report highlighting local government activities in the cities of Lake Elsinore, Canyon Lake, and Wildomar, and related community involvement activities.

Presented by: Mark Dennis, Coordinator of Community and Media Relations
         
2. Sycamore Academy of Science and Cultural Arts (SASCA) Board Update      (D)  
  District Staff will present an oral report highlighting Sycamore Academy of Science and Cultural Arts (SASCA) governing board actions and items of interest to the Governing Board and community.  

Presented by: Mark Dennis, Coordinator of Community and Media Relations
         
3. District-wide Safe Schools Plans Update Report      (D)  
  In compliance with California Education Code Section 35294 et seq., all school sites have evaluated their individual Safe Schools Plans, and made changes as needed.

Presented by:  George Landon, Assistant Superintendent, Fiscal Support Servicea
         
4. Child Development Division Program Self-Evaluation Annual Report      (D)  
  During the 2011/12 school year, teachers for Children and Family Services use the DRDP-PS and ECERS-R as a monitoring tool from Otober 2011 through May 27th, 2012.

Presented by:  Frieda Brands, Director Children and Family Services
         
5. Preparing for Future - Facilities Master Plan, General Fund Risk Avoidance, and Capital Outlay Financing      (D)  
  Receive a staff informational presentation regarding District needs and capital finance options.

Presented by: Gregory J. Bowers, Assistant Superintendent, Facilities & Operations Support Services
         
6. Board Policies/Administrative Regulations - First Reading and/or Review      (D)  
 

In a continuing effort to maintain up-to-date school district Board Policies/Administrative Regulations/Exhibits, the District Administration continues to review, evaluate and revise these documents on a regular basis. The following are presented to the Governing Board for review:

AR 5121 Grades/Evaluation of Student Achievement
BP 6146.1 High School Graduation Requirements
E 6161.1 Resolution for Pupil Textbook and Instructional Materials Sufficiency for Fiscal Year 2011-2012 
AR 6172.1 Concurrent Enrollment in College Classes
AR 6173.1 Education for Foster Youth

Presented by:  Dr. Alain Guevara, Assistant Superintendent, Instructional Support Services

Unfold L.  CONSENT CALENDAR APPROVAL   
         
1. APPROVE CONSENT CALENDAR, AS SUBMITTED/AMENDED      (V)  (C)  
Unfold M.  CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS   
         
1. Agreement with School Services of California for Fiscal and Mandate Information Services      (V)  (C)  
  Approval of agreement with School Services of California to provide Fiscal and Mandate Services to the District at a cost of $3,120 annually plus expenses.

Presented by:  George Landon, Assistant Superintendent, Fiscal Support Services
         
2. Approval of School Nutrition Services Contract      (V)  (C)  
  School Nutrition Services (SNS) Contract will provide Food Safety and Sanitation services for all schools within LEUSD for the 2012/2013 school year.

Presented by: George Landon, Assistant Superintendent, Fiscal Support Services
Dana R. Kizlaitis, Director, Food Services
         
3. Acceptance of Donations      (V)  (C)  
 

Lake Elsinore Unified School District received donations of cash and goods in the amount of $16,449.60 as listed below:

DONATION MADE BY DONATION AMOUNT RECIPIENT
Ronald Reagan PTA $513.50 Ronald Reagan Elementary
Westat $250 Tuscany Hills Elementary
Pixedes Corp. $500 Tuscany Hill Elementary
Ronald Reagan PTA $6500 Ronald Reagan Elementary
Shepherd of Life Lutheran Church $200 S.A.F.E.R. Progam
Edison International $80 Ronald Reagan Elementary
Lake Elsinore Storm $3,308 Cottonwood Canyon Elementary
Cold Stone Creamery $155.50 Cottonwood Canyon Elementary
Cold Stone Creamery $304 Cottonwood Canyon Elementary
Don Jose's $42 Lake Elsinore Unified School District
A&M Automotive $20 Lake Elsinore Unified School District
Job Developers $105 Lake Elsinore Unified School District
Stadium Pizza $40 Lake Elsinore Unified School District
Old Navy Outlet $30 Lake Elsinore Unified School District
Old Navy Promenade $40 Lake Elsinore Unified School District
Chili's $35 Lake Elsinore Unified School District
Schools First $300 Lake Elsinore Unified School District SCOA
Elsinore Womens Club $1,000 Elsinore Elementary School
Cottonwood Canyon PTA $930 Cottonwood Canyon Elementary School
Box Tops for Education $656.60 Railroad Canyon Elementary School
Visual Sports Network $494 Temescal Canyon High School
Box Tops for Education $486 Machado Elementary School
Ronald Reagan Elementary PTA $460 Ronald Reagan Elementary

Presented by: George Landon, Assistant Superintendent, Fiscal Support Services

         
4. 2011-12 Average Daily Attendance (ADA) Update as of April 27, 2012      (V)  (C)  
  Average Daily Attendance (ADA) information as of April 27, 2012 for Lake Elsinore Unified School District Governing Board review.

Presented by: George Landon, Assistant Superintendent, Fiscal Support Services
Michael Taylor, Executive Director, Fiscal Support Services
         
5. 2012-2013 Declaration of Need for Fully Qualified Educators      (V)  (C)  
  Approve the 2012-2013 Declaration of Need for Fully Qualified Educators.

Presented by: Kip Meyer, Assistant Superintendent, Personnel Support Services.
         
6. Agreement with Judy Reising, Reading Specialist      (V)  (C)  
  Approve agreement with Judy Reising, Reading Specialist for the 2012/13 school year.

Presented by:  Donna Wolter, Interim Director Special Education
         
7. Agreement with Rebecca Ness, Speech and Language Pathologist      (V)  (C)  
  Rebecca Ness, a licensed Speech and Language Pathologist, will provide specialized student, staff and parent trainings on the Picture Exchange Comunication System (PECS).

Presented by:  Donna Wolter, Interim Director Special Education
         
8. Agreement with CARES (Center for Autism Research, Evaluation & Service)      (V)  (C)  
  CARES will perform assessments - psychoeducational or neuropsychological, behavior aide and ABA services (Home or School Based) for special needs students of the Lake Elsinore Unified School District for the 2012/13 school year, as well as Extended School Year.

Presented by:  Donna Wolter,  Interim Director Special Education

         
9. Agreement with Karen Rothwell-Vivian, M.S. Ed., MA., CCC (Licensed Audiologist Auditory-Verbal Therapist)      (V)  (C)  
  Student Support Services is requesting approval of the agreement with Karen Rothwell-Vivian to provide Aural Rehabilitation Speech and Language Therapy for a special needs student of the Lake Elsinore Unified School District for the 2012/13 school year, including Extended School Year.

Presented by:  Donna Wolter, Interim Director Special Education
         
10. Agreement with Big Springs Educational Therapy Center and School      (V)  (C)  
  Big Springs Educational Therapy Center and School provides educational services to a special needs student of LEUSD.

Presented by:  Donna Wolter, Interim Director Special Education

         
11. Expulsions      (V)  (C)  
  Student Support Services Division is seeking approval of the expulsion recommendations attached below. The Governing Board had an opportunity to review these recommendations in Closed Session before taking action in Open Session.

Presented by: Steve Behar, Director Child Welfare and Attendance
         
12. Children and Family Services Head Start Director's Report      (V)  (C)  
  The Director of Children and Family Services prepares a monthly report for the Head Start Parent Committee and the Governing Board.  This Board item includes the Director's Report for May 2012 and the Fiscal Report for April 2012.

Presented by:  Frieda Brands, Director Children and Family Services
         
13. Agreement with The Carolyn Wylie Center      (V)  (C)  
  The Carolyn Wylie Center offers therapy to individuals and families referred by the Special Needs Assistance Program (SNAP).  Riverside County Mental Health is in partnership with LEUSD under the SET 4 School contract.  The Carolyn Wylie Center is one of three Mental Health Providers that will be providing services under the SET 4 School contract.

Presented by:  Frieda Brands, Director Children and Family Serivces
         
14. Agreement with Victor Community Support Services for the Set 4 School Program      (V)  (C)  
  Victor Community Support Services will be funded through the Riverside County Mental Health contract under the Set 4 School contract. This agreement is for participation in the SET 4 School Project between Riverside County Department of Mental Health, Lake Elsinore Unified School District, Riverside Unified School District, Perris Elementary School District, Nuview Union School District and Victor Community Support Services.  The consultant will provide workshops and/or materials for those referred by the Special Needs Assistance Program (SNAP.

Presented by:  Frieda Brands, Director Children and Family Services
         
15. Agreement with Monica Galvez, M.F.T.      (V)  (C)  
  Monica Galvez, M.F.T., will provide student observation and recommendations for interventions for referred individuals or groups of children.  Support will include trainings for parents and staff, participation in Head Start meetings, self-assessment and referrals to community agencies for further follow-up.

Presented by:  Frieda Brands, Director Children and Family Services
         
16. 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 from Temescal Canyon High School for students to attend the California Association for Directors of Activities (CADA):

CADA Student Leadership Camp
Santa Barbara, California
Saturday, July 14, 2012 – Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Presented by: Dr. Alain Guevara, Assistant Superintendent, Instructional Support Services
         
17. Student Trip Request – Temescal Canyon High School      (V)  (C)  
  Administrative Regulation #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 Cheer Team students to participate in the following trip:

2012 Universal Cheerleaders Association Camp
Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, CA
Friday, June 22, 2012 – Sunday, June 24, 2012

Presented by: Dr. Alain Guevara, Assistant Superintendent, Instructional Support Services
         
18. 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 or out-of-state accommodations.

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

Elsinore High School Summer Retreat
Mission Beach, San Diego
Sunday, July 15, 2012 – Monday, July 16, 2012

Presented by: Dr. Alain Guevara, Assistant Superintendent, Instructional Support Services
         
19. Single Plan for Student Achievement      (V)  (C)  
  Each year schools receiving categorical funds write a Single Plan for Student Achievement which requires all expenditures to be tied to student achievement data.

Presented by: Dr. Alain Guevara, Assistant Superintendent, Instructional Support Services
         
20. Ratification of the 2013 Prom Agreement for Lakeside High School      (V)  (C)  
  Lakeside High School is requesting the authorization of an agreement with Kathy Miller, “Activities SoCal,” as a Consultant to provide entertainment, venue and refreshments for the 2013 Prom.

Presented by:  Dr. Alain Guevara, Instructional Support Services
         
21. New and Revised Middle and High School Course Outlines      (V)  (C)  
  Approve the new and revised middle and high school course outline to be added to the curriculum.

Presented by: Dr. Alain Guevara, Assistant Superintendent, Instructional Support Services
         
22. Memorandum of Understanding with Temecula Valley Unified School District      (V)  (C)  
  Footprints of Freedom are a Teaching American History grant funded by the U.S. Department of Education. Footprints of Freedom: A Constitutional Lens on American History, is a partnership between the Lake Elsinore, Romoland, Temecula, Sycamore Academy Charter and Perris Union High School Districts and the University of California Irvine History Project (UCI HP), the Constitutional Rights Foundation (CRF), the Huntington Library, University of California, Riverside History Department, Nixon Library, Lincoln Shrine and Smiley Library.

Presented by: Dr. Alain Guevara, Assistant Superintendent, Instructional Support Services
         
23. Review and Approve the Occupational Therapist job description      (V)  (C)  
  Review and Approve the Occupational Therapist job description.

Presented by:  Kip Meyer, Assistant Superintendent, Personnel Support Services
         
24. Review and Approve the Site Supervisor/Preschool Teacher job description      (V)  (C)  
  Review and Approve the Site Supervisor/Preschool Teacher job description.

Presented by:  Kip Meyer, Assistant Superintendent, Personnel Support Services
         
25. Review and Approve the Athletic Trainer Job Description      (V)  (C)  
  Review and Approve the Athletic Trainer job description.

Presented by:  Kip Meyer, Assistant Superintendent, Personnel Support Services
         
26. Review and Approve the Coordinator: Assessment and Accountability job description      (V)  (C)  
  Review and Approve the Coordinator: Assessment and Accountability job description.

Presented by:  Kip Meyer, Assistant Superintendent, Personnel Support Services
         
27. Memorandum of Understanding with Sycamore Academy Charter School      (V)  (C)  
  Footprints of Freedom are a Teaching American History grant funded by the U.S. Department of Education. Footprints of Freedom: A Constitutional Lens on American History, is a partnership between the Lake Elsinore, Romoland, Temecula, Sycamore Academy Charter and Perris Union High School Districts and the University of California Irvine History Project (UCI HP), the Constitutional Rights Foundation (CRF), the Huntington Library, University of California, Riverside History Department, Nixon Library, Lincoln Shrine and Smiley Library.

Presented by: Dr. Alain Guevara, Assistant Superintendent, Instructional Support Services
         
28. Memorandum of Understanding with Romoland School District      (V)  (C)  
  Footprints of Freedom are a Teaching American History grant funded by the U.S. Department of Education. Footprints of Freedom: A Constitutional Lens on American History, is a partnership between the Lake Elsinore, Romoland, Temecula, Sycamore Academy Charter and Perris Union High School Districts and the University of California Irvine History Project (UCI HP), the Constitutional Rights Foundation (CRF), the Huntington Library, University of California, Riverside History Department, Nixon Library, Lincoln Shrine and Smiley Library.

Presented by: Dr. Alain Guevara, Assistant Superintendent, Instructional Support Services
         
29. Memorandum of Understanding with Perris Union High School District      (V)  (C)  
  Footprints of Freedom are a Teaching American History grant funded by the U.S. Department of Education. Footprints of Freedom: A Constitutional Lens on American History, is a partnership between the Lake Elsinore, Romoland, and Perris Union High School Districts, all districts with low-performing schools and diverse student populations, and the University of California Irvine History Project (UCI HP), the Constitutional Rights Foundation (CRF), the Huntington Library, University of California, Riverside History Department, Nixon Library, Lincoln Shrine and Smiley Library.

Dr. Alain Guevara, Assistant Superintendent, Instructional Support Services
         
30. Contract with AVID Implementation      (V)  (C)  
  AVID's mission is to close the achievement gap by preparing all students for college readiness.  AVID Implementation agrees to provide support to Elsinore Elementary, Machado Elementary and Wildomar Elementary from July 1, 2012 through June 30, 2013.

Presented by: Dr. Alain Guevara, Assistant Superintendent, Instructional Support Services  
         
31. Contract– Follett Software Company      (V)  (C)  
  ISS is requesting approval to renew the contract with Follett Software Company for the 2012-2013 school year.  Technical assistance is also available via phone, web, email and fax.

Presented by: Dr. Alain Guevara, Assistant Superintendent, Instructional Support Services
         
32. Calendar of District Events      (V)  (C)  
  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. Frank W. Passarella, District Superintendent
         
33. Award Bid for Security Services-District Wide, Bid #01-12/13.      (V)  (C)  
  Approve recommendation to award the Security Services Bid.

Gregory J. Bowers, Assistant Superintendent, Facilities & Operations

         
34. Award Bid for Minor Asphaltic Concrete Paving Re-Surfacing and Related Work at Middle and High Schools Project, Bid #03-12/13      (V)  (C)  
  Award bid for Asphaltic concrete paving re-surfacing and related work at middle and high schools.

Presented by:  Gregory J. Bowers, Assistant Superintendent, Facilities & Operations Support Services
         
35. Award Bid for Swimming Pool Maintenance Services at Three High Schools, Bid #02-12/13      (V)  (C)  
  Award bid for Swimming Pool Maintenance Services for the three high schools.

Presented by:  Gregory J. Bowers, Assistant Superintendent, Facilities & Operations Support Services
         
36. Notice of Completion for JTS Modular, Inc. for the Temescal Canyon High School Locker Room Project      (V)  (C)  
  The construction for the Temescal Canyon High School Locker Room Project is substantially complete and a Notice of Completion must be filed and recorded.

Presented by:  Gregory J. Bowers, Assistant Superintendent, Facilities & Operations Support Services
         
37. Notice of Completion for Echo Pacific Construction for the Temescal Canyon High School Locker Room Project      (V)  (C)  
  The construction work for the Temescal Canyon High School Locker Room Project is substantially complete.  The notice of completion will be recorded and any retention monies held will be released after the stautory 35 day lien period.

Presented by:  Gregory J. Bowers, Assistant Superintendent, Facilities & Operations Support Services
         
38. Agreement with Hancock Park & DeLong for the Facilities Services Department      (V)  (C)  
  Renew Consultant Agreement with Hancock Park & DeLong to provide assistance on the School Facility programs as well as other services pertaining to facilities.

Presented by:  Gregory J. Bowers, Assistant Superintendent, Facilities & Operations Support Services
         
39. RCOE Agreement No. IN-5122 for Use of Six County-Owned Classrooms      (V)  (C)  
  Agreement No. IN-5122 with RCOE to use six county-owned classrooms.

Presented by:  Gregory J. Bowers, Assistant Superintendent, Facilities & Operations Support Services
         
40. Approval of Minutes - Regular Meeting of May 10, 2012, and the Special Meetings of May 12, 2012, and May 14, 2012      (V)  (C)  
  Official minutes of the Regular Meeting of May 10, 2012, and the Special Meetings of May 12, 2012, and May 14, 2012, are submitted for Governing Board approval.

Presented by:  Dr. Frank W. Passarella, District Superintendent
Unfold N.  PUBLIC HEARING SESSION   
         
1. Public Hearing - Utilize flexibility authorized of Tier III Categorical Funds under Education Code 42605      (D)  
  Public Hearing Regarding Utilizing Tier III Categorical flexibility.

Presented by: George Landon, Assistant Superintendent Fiscal Support Services
         
2. Public Hearing - Authorizing closure of the Tier III categorical program for Deferred Maintentance      (D)  
  Conduct a Public hearing regarding the closure of the following Tier III program:
Deferred Maintenance

Presented by: George Landon, Assistant Superintendent Fiscal Support Services
Unfold O.  ACTION SESSION II   
         
1. DATE CHANGE FOR JULY 2012 GOVERNING BOARD MEETING      (V)  
  Governing Board approval to move the July 2012 regular Board meeting date from July 12 to July 19, 2012.

Presented by:  Susan E. Scott, Governing Board President
         
2. Dedication of the Temescal Canyon High School Performing Arts Center in Honor of Mrs. Jeanie Corral      (V)  
 

Mrs. Jeanie Corral has dedicated 48 years of devoted service to the students and community encompassing the Lake Elsinore Unified School District. Staff recommends that the Governing Board approve the dedication of the Temescal Canyon High School Performing Arts Center in honor of Mrs. Jeanie Corral and receive information regarding the theatre dedication ceremony.

Presented by: Gregory J. Bowers, Assistant Superintendent, Facilities & Operations Support Services
         
3. Ratification of the Purchase Order List      (V)  
  Attached is the monthly report of all encumbered Contracts, Direct Pays and Purchase Orders for the period April 18, 2012 through May 15, 2012. General unrestricted funding totaled $880,958.31 and restricted funding totaled $892,473.56 for a grand total of $1,773,431.87

Presented by: George Landon, Assistant Superintendent, Fiscal Support Services
         
4. Approval of the Certificated Personnel Report No. 12/2011-12      (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
         
5. Approval of the Classified Personnel Report No. 12/2011-2012      (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

         
6. Agreement with Assessment, Consultation, Counseling and Educational Support Services (A.C.C.E.S.S.)      (V)  
  Student Support Services Division is requesting the Governing Boards approval of the agreement with A.C.C.E.S.S. to provide applied behavior analysis specialist services and discreet trial training for special needs students of Lake Elsinore Unified School District for the 2012/13 school year.  Duration and frequency per each students’ current Individual Education Plan on file.

Presented by: Donna Wolter, Interim Director Special Education
         
7. Agreement with Horizon Therapy Services      (V)  
  Student Support Services Division is requesting approval of the agreement with Horizon Therapy Services to provide educational based physical therapy services to students in the Lake Elsinore Unified School District for the 2012/13 school year.  These services provide continuity through Extended School Year.

Presented by:  Donna Wolter, Interim Director Special Education
         
8. Agreement with Optimal Home Care & Staffing L.L.C.      (V)  
  Optimal provides on-going services for medically fragile children and on-call substitute services.  LVNs accompany special needs children on field trips to administer insulin via insulin pump and provide oversight for students that have seizure disorders and require medicine to be administered by a licensed professional.

Presented by:  Donna Wolter, Interim Director Special Education
         
9. Agreement with Western Interpreting Network (WIN)      (V)  
  Western Interpreting Network will provide American Sign Language interpreting services for special needs students of the Lake Elsinore School District.

Presented by:  Donna Wolter, Interim Director Special Education
         
10. Extension of Mobile Modular Contracts for Portable Classrooms at Various Sites      (V)  
  Extension of Mobile Modular contracts for portable classrooms at various sites.

Presented by:  Gregory J. Bowers, Assistant Superintendent, Facilities & Operations Support Services
         
11. ROLL CALL VOTE REQUIRED: Resolution No. 2011-12-070 Giving Notice of Intention to Grant an Easement to Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District         (V)  
 

Approve Resolution No. 2011-12-070, dedicating a portion of El Toro Road to the Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District. 

ROLL CALL

Mrs. Sue Scott
Mrs. Heidi Matthies Dodd
Mrs. Jeanie Corral
Mr. Stan Crippen
Mr. Tom Thomas

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

         
12. Extension of Class Leasing Agreements for Portable Classrooms at Various Sites      (V)  
  Extension of Class Leasing Agreements for portable classrooms at Cottonwood Canyon, Earl Warren, and Rice Canyon Elementary Schools and Lakeland Village School.

Presented by:  Gregory J. Bowers, Assistant Superintendent, Facilities & Operations Support Services
         
13. Agreement with Weatherproofing Technologies for Preventive Roof Maintenance at Various Sites      (V)  
  Approve staff's recommendation to renew the preventive roof maintenance and prevention program with Weatherproof Technologies for various sites.

Presented by:  Gregory J. Bowers, Assistant Superintendent, Facilities & Operations
         
14. Carl D. Perkins Career & Technical Education Funding Application      (V)  
  The Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Improvement Act of 2006, Public Law 109-270 (Perkins IV) was signed into law on August 12, 2006. It authorizes federal funding assistance to secondary and postsecondary career technical education (CTE) programs for the six fiscal years beginning on July 1, 2007, and ending on June 30, 2013.  This application covers the grant period beginning July 1, 2012, and ending June 30, 2013. The amount of Perkins IV funds available to each applicant is determined by the formula established in the Perkins IV Act, Sections 112 and 131.

Presented by:  Dr. Alain Guevara, Assistant Superintendent, Instructional Support Services
         
15. ROLL CALL VOTE REQUIRED: Updated Joint-Use Library Agreement with the County of Riverside at Lakeside High School      (V)  
 

Updated joint-use library agreement between the County of Riverside and the District at Lakeside High School.

ROLL CALL

Mrs. Sue Scott
Mrs. Heidi Matthies Dodd
Mrs. Jeanie Corral
Mr. Stan Crippen
Mr. Tom Thomas

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

         
16. Ratify Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) and Construction Contract with Erickson-Hall Construction Company for the Luiseno K-8 School Roofing Project      (V)  
  Ratify Guaranteed Maximum Price and construction contract with Erickson-Hall Construction Company for the Luiseno K-8 School Roof Project.

Presented by: Gregory J. Bowers, Assistant Superintendent, Facilities & Operations Support Services
Unfold P.  BOARD/SUPERINTENDENT/CABINET COMMENTS, DIRECTION AND UPDATES   
         
1. The Governing Board will take comments/updates from fellow board members, the District Superintendent, and Cabinet members. The Board may also give direction as to certain issues.      (D)  
Unfold Q.  MOTION TO ADJOURN   
         
1. Motion to adjourn the June 14, 2012 Meeting of the Lake Elsinore Unified School District Governing Board     

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