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Previous MeetingFebruary 12, 2015 06:00 PM
REGULAR MEETING OF THE GOVERNING BOARD
545 CHANEY STREET, LAKE ELSINORE, CA 92530 - BOARD ROOM, BLDG B
3:00 P.M. GOVERNING BOARD ENGLISH LEARNER 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 February 12, 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 February 12, 2015 as submitted/amended      (V)  
 

Roll Call Vote:

Stan Crippen  
Heidi Matthies Dodd  
Juan Saucedo  
Sue Scott  
Tom Thomas  

 

Unfold D.  GOVERNING BOARD WORKSHOP - ELD PROGRAM   
         
1. Administrative and Educational Support Services Board Workshop on the ELD Program, Part I of II     
  This interactive workshop will cover a variety of topics as well provide an opportunity for questions and answers from Governing Board Members regarding the ELD program. This is part I of a II part series.


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

Non-reelection of Certificated Staff : 197226, 250958, 205836

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)

 

1 Case

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)

 

1 Case

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

NONE

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.

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)).

 

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: Stan Crippen     
H.  REPORT FROM CLOSED SESSION (IF APPLICABLE)   
Unfold I.  PRESENTATION SESSION I   
         
1. Presentation on Middle and High School Band Programs     
  Band Director, Michael Donohue from Temescal Canyon High School, and Band Director of Elsinore Middle School, Jeanine Dinger to make a board presentation about the collaboration between Elsinore Middle and Temescal Canyon High School and their growing band programs for students. Topics to be covered include: Joint performances, student & program success, plans for future growth.

Presented by:  Dr. Alain Guevara, Assistant Superintendent, Administrative and Educational Support Services
         
2. The Riverside County Office of Education Presentation     
  The Boys Cross Country team at Lakeside High School and the Girls Volleyball team at Temescal Canyon High School have the highest GPA's reported for these sports in the entire county.

Mr. Mike Barney, Director of the Educational Services Division at the Riverside County Office of Education will be doing a presentation to the teams and  give an overview of the Academic/Athletic Team Award program.

Presented by: Dr. Alain Guevara, Assistant Superintendent, Administrative and Educational Support Services
Unfold J.  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 K.  ACTION SESSION - JOHN GONZALES (Moved Ahead from Action Session)   
         
1. Approval to Name the Science Building at Elsinore High School in Honor of the Memory and Contributions of Mr. John Gonzales      (V)  
 

Approve naming the science building (800) at Elsinore High School in honor of the memory and contributions of Mr. John Gonzales, a long time Lake Elsinore Unified School District employee. 

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

Roll Call Vote:

Stan Crippen  
Heidi Matthies Dodd  
Juan Saucedo  
Sue Scott  
Tom Thomas  

 

Unfold L.  PRESENTATION SESSION II   
         
1. Recognition of Lakeside High School for receiving the California Educational Theatre Association Performing Arts Award     
 

LEUSD's high schools have achieved a rare theatre arts milestone. Each year, the California Educational Theatre Association (CETA), a 43-year-old performing arts organization, brings together high schools throughout southern California for competition, networking, and a variety of educational opportunities. In the high school arena, CETA is the CIF of theatre. At the festival, the four 1st place productions compete for main stage awards for acting, technical work, and a “Best Play of the Festival” trophy. We are proud to recognize Lakeside High School for receiving the CETA Award for "12 Angry WoMen."

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

         
2. Exemplary Teacher of the Month - Denise Garcia     
  Mrs. Denise Garcia, ELD teacher at Elsinore High School, has been selected as the February Exemplary Teacher of the Month. Mrs. Garcia is a caring, devoted, and dedicated teacher.  Her passion and enthusiasm for learning is reflected in each and every one of her ELD students.  She knows them not only as students but as young adults with personal struggles.  Her goal for her students is a better future.  She provides them the tools for a better tomorrow!  Congratulations to Mrs. Garcia! The Lake Elsinore Unified School District thanks you for all you do each day to improve the lives of the students that need you.

Presented by: Dr. Alain Guevara, Assistant Superintendent, Administrative and Educational Support Services
Unfold M.  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.   SPEAKERS SHOULD ALWAYS FACE THE GOVERNING BOARD.

Unfold N.  INFORMATION SESSION   
         
1. Calendar of District Events - February 13, 2015 through April 30, 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
         
2. Children and Family Services Head Start/Early Head Start Director's Report     
  The Director 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 December 2014.

Presented by:  Dr. Alain Guevara, Assistant Superintendent of Administrative and Educational Support
Dr. Frieda Brands, Director Early Childhood Education
         
3. Average Daily Attendance (ADA) Presentation     
 

Average Daily Attendance (ADA) Presentation

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

Unfold O.  CONSENT CALENDAR APPROVAL   
         
1. Approve the Consent Calendar for the meeting of February 12, 2015, as submitted/amended      (V)  (C)  
 

Roll Call Vote:

Stan Crippen  
Heidi Matthies Dodd  
Juan Saucedo  
Sue Scott  
Tom Thomas  

 

Unfold P.  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.

Approval of Waiver of Expulsion No. 22-14/15
Approval of Change of Placement of Expulsion No. 40-12/13

Presented by: Dr. Steve Behar, Director, Child Welfare and Attendance
         
2. Acceptance of Donations      (V)  (C)  
 

Lake Elsinore Unified School District received donations of cash and goods totaling $5,585.06

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

         
3. Approve the agreement with the Department of General Services/Office of Administrative Hearings Agreement.      (V)  (C)  
  Approve the agreement with the Department of General Services/Office of Administrative Hearings Agreement.

Presented by: Kip Meyer, Assistant Superintendent, Personnel Support Services
         
4. 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.  Donald Graham Elementary, Wildomar Elementary, Withrow Elementary, David Brown Middle, Lakeland Village Middle, Terra Cotta Middle, Elsinore High and Temescal Canyon High.

Presented by: Dr. Alain Guevara, Assistant Superintendent, Administrative & Educational Support Services
Marybeth Slane - Director, Elementary Curriculum & Instruction
         
5. Student Trip Request – Canyon Lake Middle 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 Canyon Lake Middle School Cheer Team to participate in following:

USA Junior Nationals
Disney California Adventure Park
Anaheim, CA
Sunday, March 1, - Monday, March 2, 2015

Presented by: Dr. Alain Guevara, Assistant Superintendent, Administrative and Educational Support Services
         
6. Student Trip Request – Canyon Lake Middle School      (V)  (C)  
  This is a 6th Grade Science Camp. What makes the outdoor education naturalists at C.O.D.E.S. truly exceptional is their devotion to designing their lesson plans to fit the needs of the students and retaining key learning elements as indicated in the State of California Science Standards and Framework.

A request has been received for Canyon Lake Middle School to participate in the following trip:

6th Grade Camp at C.O.D.E.S. Mile High Pines
42739 Hwy 39 Angelus Oaks, CA
Tuesday, May 12, 2015 – Friday, May 15, 2015

Presented by: Dr. Alain Guevara, Assistant Superintendent, Administrative and Educational Support Services
         
7. Student Trip Request – David A. Brown Middle School      (V)  (C)  
  Arrowhead Ranch Outdoor Science School teaches from the California State Board of Education, Science Education Framework and is updated each year to conform with science education standards. They adapt information taken from fifth and sixth grade science textbooks to create their unique hands-on learning style with actual science activities for the kids.

A request has been received for David A. Brown Middle School students to participate in the following trip:

Arrow Head Ranch Outdoor Science School
480 Cottage Grove Road
San Bernardino National Forest
Monday, February 23, 2015 - Friday, February 27, 2015

Presented by: Dr. Alain Guevara, Assistant Superintendent, Administrative and Educational Support Services
         
8. Ratification - Student Trip Request – Elsinore High School      (V)  (C)  
  "Adventure U" is the theme for this year's MFE (Made for Excellence), and students who participate will have fun as they embark on an adventure to develop personal leadership skills. This conference is targeted toward sophomore FFA members. The motivation, excitement, and education gained from this conference will help to enhance the self-esteem and personal development of all who attend.

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

Advanced Leadership Conference-Agriculture Incentive  
Ontario, CA
Friday, January 30, 2015 - Saturday, January 31, 2015

Presented by: Dr. Alain Guevara, Assistant Superintendent, Administrative and Educational Support Services
         
9. Ratification - 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 Varsity Girls Water Polo to participate in the following trip:

Varsity Girls Water Polo
Coronado Varsity Water Polo Tournament
Friday, January 23, 2015 - Saturday, January 24, 2015

Presented by: Dr. Alain Guevara, Assistant Superintendent, Administrative and Educational Support Services
         
10. Student Trip Request – Temescal Canyon High School      (V)  (C)  
  At the CASL State Conference, student leaders will be offered opportunities to learn more about their place in creating a positive, welcoming school culture where all students are empowered to raise their voices and participate. After actively participating in workshops led by professionally-trained high school students, hearing from widely respected keynote speakers, putting their knowledge and motivation to work at the Service Learning Project, students will return to campus motivated and equipped to make a difference.

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

CASL - The California Association of Student Leaders
Leadership Conference
San Jose, CA
Saturday, March 28, 2015 - Monday, March 30, 2015

Presented by: Dr. Alain Guevara, Assistant Superintendent, Administrative and Educational Support Services
         
11. Student Trip Request –Temescal Canyon High School      (V)  (C)  
  The 2015 State Leadership Conference, The California HOSA: Future Health Professional (Cal-HOSA)will bring together over 2,000 future health professionals from across California to experience HOSA at its absolute best. Throughout the conference, students will have the opportunity to meet many fellow Cal-HOSA members who share dreams of changing the world by becoming a health professional.

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

California HOSA 2015 State Leadership Conference
Sacramento, CA
Wednesday, March 25, 2015 - Sunday, March 29, 2015


Presented: Dr. Alain Guevara, Assistant Superintendent, Administrative and Educational Support Services
         
12. Student Trip Request –Elsinore High School      (V)  (C)  
  Current ASB students attend the ASB Club Annual Winter Leadership Retreat. Students participate in team building activities, reflecting on the current year, and setting goals for the remainder of the year. Purpose of the retreat is to build unity and relationships within our ASB Leadership Program with the intention of creating a family atmosphere for the entire Student Body of Elsinore High School.

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

ASB Leadership Winter Retreat
Big Bear CA
Friday, February 20, 2015 - Sunday, February 22, 2015

Presented: Dr. Alain Guevara, Assistant Superintendent, Administrative and Educational Support Services
         
13. Student Trip Request – Elsinore Middle School      (V)  (C)  
  This is a 6th Grade Science Camp. Arrowhead Ranch Outdoor Science School Provides a hands-on education, with students exploring and interacting with their natural environment. Outdoor education has become a California State sanctioned portion of the overall education experience. Outdoor Curriculum corresponds with the science framework adopted by the California Department of Education.

A request has been received for Elsinore Middle School to participate in the following trip:

Arrowhead Ranch Outdoor Science School
480 Cottage Grove Road
Lake Arrowhead, CA
Monday, March 2, 2015 - Friday, March 6, 2015


Presented by: Dr. Alain Guevara, Assistant Superintendent, Administrative and Educational Support Services
         
14. Carl D. Perkins Career & Technical Education Funding Application      (V)  (C)  
  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 authorized 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.  

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:  Brian Deis, Director, Secondary Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment
         
15. Approval of Minutes of the January 22, 2015      (V)  (C)  
  Approve Minutes of the January 22, 2015 Regular Meeting of the Governing Board, as submitted/amended.

Presented by:  Dr. Doug Kimberly, District Superintendent
Unfold Q.  PUBLIC HEARING SESSION   
         
1. Notice of Public Hearing Regarding the Lake Elsinore Teachers Association's Initial Proposal to the Lake Elsinore Unified School District.      (D)  
  Notice of Public Hearing to receive comments regarding the Lake Elsinore Teachers Association's Initial Proposal to the Lake Elsinore Unified School District.


Presented by: Kip Meyer, Assistant Superintendent, Personnel Support Services
Unfold R.  ACTION SESSION (Roll Call Votes)   
         
1. Adoption of the Lake Elsinore Teachers Association's 2014/15 Initial Proposal to the Lake Elsinore Unified School District for the 2015/16 Collective Bargaining Agreement.      (V)  
 

Adopt the Lake Elsinore Teachers Association's 2014/15 Initial Proposal to the Lake Elsinore Unified School District for the 2015/16 Collective Bargaining Agreement. 

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

Roll Call Vote:

Stan Crippen  
Heidi Matthies Dodd  
Juan Saucedo  
Sue Scott  
Tom Thomas  

 

         
2. Approval of the Certificated Personnel Report No. 07/2014-15      (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  

 

         
3. Approval of the Classified Personnel Report No. 7/2014-2015      (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 2015 CERTIFICATION OF SIGNATURES UPDATED TO ADD TREVOR JOHNSON      (V)  
 

The Governing Board, at its Annual Organizational Meeting, approves the Certification of Signatures documents which verifies the signatures of members of the Governing Board and persons authorized to sign orders drawn on the funds of the District and New Employee Authorization Transmittals. The Certification of Signatures has been updated to add Trevor Johnson, Accounting Services Supervisor, as an authorized signer.

Presented by:  Dr. Doug Kimberly, District Superintendent

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 January 7, 2015 through January 26, 2015. General unrestricted funding totaled $877,136.65 and restricted funding totaled $120,799.16 for a grand total of $997,935.81. 

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

Roll Call Vote:

Stan Crippen  
Heidi Matthies Dodd  
Juan Saucedo  
Sue Scott  
Tom Thomas  

 

         
6. Resolution No. 2014-15-046 Declaring an Emergency at Various Sites      (V)  
 

Approval of Resolution No. 2014-15-046, declaring an emergency at various sites due to the severe snow storm on December 31, 2015. 

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

Roll Call Vote:

Stan Crippen  
Heidi Matthies Dodd  
Juan Saucedo  
Sue Scott  
Tom Thomas  

 

         
7. Resolution No. 2014-15-047 to Withdraw the District's Election to Use Proceeds from the Sale of the Jean Hayman Elementary School Site for a One Time General Fund Purpose      (V)  
 

Resolution No. 2014-15-047, withdrawing the District’s election to use proceeds from the sale of the Jean Hayman Elementary School site for a one time general fund purpose pursuant to Education Code Section 17463.7. 

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

Roll Call Vote:

Stan Crippen  
Heidi Matthies Dodd  
Juan Saucedo  
Sue Scott  
Tom Thomas  

 

         
8. Head Start/Early Head Start Self Assessment Corrective Action Plan      (V)  
 

Self Assessment Corrective Action plans are detailed descriptions of plans put in place to monitor systems in order to keep the LEUSD Head Start and Early Head Start in compliance with federal regulations. 

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

Dr. Frieda Brands, Director of Early Childhood Education

Roll Call Vote:

Stan Crippen  
Heidi Matthies Dodd  
Juan Saucedo  
Sue Scott  
Tom Thomas  

 

         
9. Approve Career Technical Education (CTE) Advisory Committee      (V)  
 

The Federal Program Monitoring (FPM) requires the governing board of each school district participating in a Career Technical Education(CTE) program, to appoint a Career Technical Education Advisory Committee to develop program recommendations and to provide liaisons between the district and potential employers. The CTE Advisory Committee members consist of one or more representatives of the general public knowledgeable about the disadvantaged, students, teachers, business, industry, and school administration. 

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

Brian Deis, Director, Secondary Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment

Roll Call Vote:

Stan Crippen  
Heidi Matthies Dodd  
Juan Saucedo  
Sue Scott  
Tom Thomas  

 

         
10. 2015 CSBA Delegate Assembly Election      (V)  
 

CSBA Delegate Assembly Election, Sub-Region 18A. Vote for no more than six (6) candidates. * Denotes incumbent. Biographical sketches are attached. 

Delegates will serve two-year terms beginning April 1, 2015 - March 31, 2017.  The next meeting of the Delegate Assembly is on Saturday, May 16 - Sunday, May 17 at the Hyatt Regency in Sacramento.

Bruce Dennis (Riverside COE)*  
Kenneth C. Dickson (Murrieta Valley USD)  
Memo Mendez (Jurupa USD)*  
John I. Norman (San Jacinto USD)*  
David Allen Pulsipher (Temecula Valley USD)  
Sandra Ann Tusant (Romoland ESD)*  

Presented by:  Dr. Doug Kimberly, District Superintendent

Roll Call Votes:

Stan Crippen  
Heidi Matthies Dodd  
Juan Saucedo  
Sue Scott  
Tom Thomas  

 

         
11. Approve the REVISED 2015/16 LEUSD School Instructional School Year Calendar that outlines not only the late start and early release days scheduled to support Professional Learning Community collaboration, but also the second Non-Work Day.      (V)  
 

Approve the REVISED 2015/16 LEUSD School Instructional School Year Calendar that outlines not only the late start and early release days scheduled to support Professional Learning Community collaboration, but also the second Non-Work Day. 

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

Roll Call Vote:

Stan Crippen  
Heidi Matthies Dodd  
Juan Saucedo  
Sue Scott  
Tom Thomas  

 

S.  BOARD AND SUPERINTENDENT/CABINET COMMENTS AND UPDATES   
Unfold T.  MOTION TO ADJOURN   
         
1. Motion to adjourn the February 12, 2012 regular meeting of the Lake Elsinore Unified School District Governing Board.     

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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
In compliance with California law and the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you need special disability-related modifications or accommodations, including auxiliary aids or services in order to participate in the meeting, or if you need this agenda provided in an alternative format, please contact the Lake Elsinore Unified School District, Superintendent’s Office, at telephone number (951) 253-7005, at least 72 hours in advance of the scheduled Board meeting. Notification 72 hours prior to the meeting will assist the District in making reasonable arrangements to accommodate your request. The Board meeting room is wheelchair accessible.

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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