Board of Education Meeting
Serna Center Community Rooms

Board of Education Meeting

4:30 p.m. Closed Session
6:00 p.m. Open Session

Amended Agenda

1.0 OPEN SESSION / CALL TO ORDER / ROLL CALL

2.0 ANNOUNCEMENT AND PUBLIC COMMENT REGARDING ITEMS TO BE DISCUSSED IN CLOSED SESSION

3.0 CLOSED SESSION

While the Brown Act creates broad public access rights to the meetings of the Board of Education, it also recognizes the legitimate need to conduct some of its meetings outside of the public eye.  Closed session meetings are specifically defined and limited in scope.  They primarily involve personnel issues, pending litigation, labor negotiations, and real property matters.

3.1 Government Code 54956.9 Conference with Legal Counsel – Anticipated Litigation:

a) Significant exposure to litigation pursuant to subdivision (d)(2)Government Code section 54956.9
b) Initiation of litigation pursuant to subdivision (d)(4) of Government Code section 54956.9

3.2 Government Code 54957.6 (a) and (b) Negotiations/Collective Bargaining CSA, SCTA, SEIU, Teamsters, UPE, Unrepresented Management 

3.3 Government Code 54957 – Public Employee Discipline/Dismissal/Release/Reassignment

3.4 Education Code Section 35146 – The Board will hear staff recommendations on the following student expulsions:

a) Expulsion #1, 2017-1
b) Expulsion #2, 2017-18
c) Expulsion #3, 2017-18
d) Expulsion #4, 2017-18
e) Expulsion #5, 2017-18
f) Expulsion #6, 2017-18
g) Expulsion #7, 2017-18
h) Expulsion #8, 2017-18
i) Expulsion #9, 2017-18

4.0 CALL BACK TO ORDER/PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

4.1 Broadcast Statement (Student Member Nguyen)

4.2 The Pledge of Allegiance will be led by Patricia Figueroa an 8th grade student from Leonardo da Vinci K-8 School.

  • Presentation of Certificate by Vice President Ryan.

5.0 ANNOUNCEMENT OF ACTION TAKEN IN CLOSED SESSION

6.0 AGENDA ADOPTION

7.0 SPECIAL PRESENTATION

7.1 Approve Resolution No. 2973 in Recognition of National Adoption Month, November 2017 (Jessie Ryan)

8.0 PUBLIC COMMENT

Members of the public may address the Board on non-agenda items that are within the subject matter jurisdiction of the Board.  Please fill out a yellow card available at the entrance.  Speakers may be called in the order that requests are received, or grouped by subject area.  We ask that comments are limited to two (2) minutes with no more than 15 minutes per single topic so that as many people as possible may be heard.  By law, the Board is allowed to take action only on items on the agenda.  The Board may, at its discretion, refer a matter to district staff or calendar the issue for future discussion.

9.0 PUBLIC HEARING

9.1 Public Hearing on the Initial Charter Petition for Success Skills, Inc.: NorCal Trade and Tech (Jack Kraemer)

10.0 BOARD WORKSHOP/STRATEGIC PLAN AND OTHER INITIATIVES

10.1 Approve AB 1200 Disclosure of Cost of the Tentative Agreement with Sacramento City Teachers Association (SCTA), Approval of the Tentative Agreement (Cancy McArn and Gerardo Castillo)

10.2 Approval of the Project Labor Agreement (Cathy Allen)

10.3 Allocation of $7.5 Million towards the High Schools’ Athletic Field Renovations (Cathy Allen)

10.4 Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) Update: California School Dashboard Local Indicators (Vincent Harris and Cathy Morrison)

10.5 Consider Resolution No. 2968 or 2969: Initial Charter Petition for Amethod Public Schools: Sonia Sotomayor Charter Elementary (Jack Kraemer and Jorge Lopez, Lead Petitioner)

10.6 Consider Resolution No. 2970 or 2971: Initial Charter Petition for Amethod Public Schools: Sacramento Charter Academy Middle School (Jack Kraemer and Jorge Lopez, Lead Petitioner)

11.0 CONSENT AGENDA

Generally routine items are approved by one motion without discussion.  The Superintendent or a Board member may request an item be pulled from the consent agenda and voted upon separately.

11.1 Items Subject or Not Subject to Closed Session:

11.1a Approve Grants, Entitlements and Other Income Agreements, Ratification of Other Agreements, Approval of Bid Awards, Approval of Declared Surplus Materials and Equipment, Change Notices and Notices of Completion (Gerardo Castillo)

11.1b Approve Personnel Transactions 11/16/17 (Cancy McArn)

11.1c Approve the Submission of a Credential Waiver Application to the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing for Eric Salcedo, ROTC Teacher; Vicki Hui, Teacher, Elementary, 6th Grade, BCLAD Cantonese; and Megan Rehfeld, Language, Speech and Hearing Specialist (Cancy McArn)

11.1d Approve Business and Financial Report: Warrants, Checks and Electronic Transfers Issued for the Period of September 2017 and October 2017 (Gerardo Castillo)

11.1e Approve Resolution No. 2967: Regarding Board Stipends (Jay Hansen)

11.1f Approve C.K. McClatchy High School Field Trip to Gonzaga University, Spokane, Washington January 4-7, 2018 (Lisa Allen and Mary Hardin Young)

11.1g Approve West Campus High School Field Trip to Phoenix, Arizona December 18 – 22, 2017 (Lisa Allen and Chad Sweitzer)

11.1h Approve Staff Recommendations for Expulsions#1 2017-18, #2 2017-18, #3 2017-18, #4 2017-18, #5 2017-18, #6 2017-18, #7 2017-18, #8 2017-18, and #9 2017-18 (Doug Huscher and Stephan Brown)

11.1i Approve Resolution No. 2972 Re: Appointment to LCAP Parent Advisory Committee (Jorge A. Aguilar and Cathy Morrison)

11.1j Approve Certification of Dashboard Alternative School Status for Capital City School

11.1k Approve Minutes of the November 2, 2017, Board of Education Meeting (Jorge A. Aguilar)

12.0 BUSINESS AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION/REPORTS

12.1 Business and Financial Information:

Purchase Order Board Report for the Period of July 15, 2017 through August 14, 2017

Purchase Order Board Report for the Period of August 15, 2017 through September 14, 2017

Report on Contracts within the Expenditure Limitations Specified in Section PCC 20111 for July 1, 2017 through August 31, 2017

 

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