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Previous MeetingMarch 10, 2015 05:30 PM
Regular Board Meeting
District Office
87-225 Church St
Thermal, CA

 

  
Preliminary Information

Closed Session 5:30 PM — Open Session 6:30 PM

DR. DARRYL S. ADAMS
Superintendent

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(D) Discussion Item
(V) Can Vote
(C) Consent Item
Unfold I.  PRELIMINARY   
         
a. Call to Order     
         
b. Pledge of Allegiance     
         
c. Roll Call     
  Maria G. Machuca, President
Lowell Kamper, Vice President
Meagan Caress, Clerk
Joey Acuña, Jr., Member
Blanca T. Hall, Member
Manuel Jarvis-Martinez, Member
Joe Murillo, Member

Unfold II.  CLOSED SESSION   
         
a. Closed Session Public Comments     
  This is an opportunity for members of the public to address the Governing Board regarding any closed session items within the Board's subject matter jurisdiction. Speakers will be limited to three (3) minutes per person, with a maximum of twenty (20) minutes to each subject matter.

Esta es la oportunidad para que miembros del público presenten sus comentarios a la Mesa Directiva sobre cualquier asunto de la sesión cerrada dentro de la jurisdicción de la Mesa Directiva. Cada miembro tendrá un límite de tiempo de tres (3) minutos por persona, con un máximo de veinte (20) minutos por cada asunto.

         
b. Motion to Enter into Closed Session      (V)  
         
c. David Gibbons: Stipulated Expulsion Recommendation for Case #14/15-019JC      (V)  
         
d. Conference with Labor Negotiator      (D)  (V)  
         
e. Public Employee Appointment/Employment (Government Code section 54957)      (D)  (V)  
 

    1. Superintendent
    2. Assistant Superintendents
    3. Executive Directors      
    4. Directors
    5. Coordinators
    6. Principals 
    6. Assistant Principals
    7. Certificated      
    8. Confidential
    9. Classified

         
f. Public Employee Discipline/Dismissal/Resignation/Release [Government Code Section 54957; 44929.21 (b)]      (V)  
         
g. Conference with Real Property Negotiator (Government Code Section 54956.8)      (D)  
         
h. Conference With Legal Counsel - Anticipated Litigation (Government Code Sections 54956.9(a); 54956.9(b); and/or 54957)     
Unfold III.  RETURN TO OPEN SESSION   
         
a. Motion to Return to Open Session      (V)  
         
b. Announce Action(s) Taken in Closed Session      (D)  
         
c. Approval of Agenda as Submitted      (V)  
Unfold IV.  STUDENT REPORT TO THE BOARD   
         
a. Associated Student Body (ASB) Report to the Board - Natalie Ojeda, ASB President, and Daisy Castañeda, ASB Representative to the Board, Coachella Valley High School     
Unfold V.  PUBLIC COMMENTS - OPEN SESSION   
         
a. Board Notification, Requests to Address the Board     
 

Introductory comments and requests to address the Board on items on the adopted agenda and items not on the adopted agenda will be considered from the audience at this time.  Please complete a "Request to Address the Governing Board" form and hand it in to the recording secretary.  Speakers will be limited to three (3) minutes per person, with a maximum of twenty (20) minutes to each subject matter.

Additionally, the person making the request should state his/her name and the name of the organization or group represented.  

Please be advised that the Board is not always at liberty to answer questions right away.  State Law prohibits the Board from taking any action on items not listed on the agenda.

Los comentarios preliminares y las peticiones para dirigirse a la Mesa Directiva sobre asuntos que están en agenda adoptada y asuntos que no están en la agenda adoptada se consideraran de la audiencia ahora.  Por favor complete la “Solicitud para Dirigirse a la Mesa Directiva Escolar” y entréguela a la secretaria de actas.  Cada miembro tendrá un límite de tiempo de tres (3) minutos por persona, con un máximo de veinte (20) minutos a cada asunto

Además, la persona que está solicitando debe declarar su nombre y el nombre de la organización o del grupo que esta representando.

Le notificamos que la Mesa no esta en libertad de contestar preguntas de inmediato.  La ley prohíbe que la Mesa Directiva tome acción sobre asuntos que no están en la agenda.

Unfold VI.  COMMUNICATIONS   
         
a. Written Communication     
  Correspondence from individuals and/or organizations regarding District programs and services.

         
b. Board Member Reports     
  Oral and written reports by individual board members on visits to schools, meetings attended or meetings scheduled.

         
c. Superintendent's Report     
  Oral and written reports by Superintendent on visits to schools, meetings attended or meetings scheduled.
Unfold VII.  RECOGNITIONS OF THE BOARD   
         
a. Francinni Zabata: 2015 KidWind Regional Competition Winners     
  Board recognition of the two students who placed second and third in the middle school division of the competition. Both girls are now eligible to compete at regionals in Portland, Oregon in May.
         
b. Francinni Zabata: Palm Springs Chess Festival Winners     
  Board recognition of the ‪Desert Mirage High School Chess Club who won first place as a team at the Palm Springs Chess Festival. Two students also individually placed at the competition.
         
c. Michelle Murphy: SAMR-AI Teacher Recognition      (D)  
  Recognition of Coachella Valley Unified School District Teachers that have completed the SAMR course provided by the iCenter Team.
         
d. Dr. Jason B. Angle: Recognition of Fall and Winter High School Athletics – League Winners      (D)  
  The CVUSD Board of Education would like to publicly acknowledge the success of our League winning high school athletes in the CVUSD representing Fall and Winter sports.
         
e. Gregory Fromm: Classified Employee of the Month      (D)  
         
f. Greg Fromm: Certificated Employee of the Month      (D)  
Unfold VIII.  INFORMATION/PRESENTATIONS   
         
a. Dr. Darryl Adams: Presentation on Major Initiatives Updates      (D)  
  This is an update regarding Major Initiatives and Goals for 2014 - 2015 -  Student Academic Achievement.
         
b. Dr. Darryl S. Adams: American Red Cross - Home Fire Preparedness Campaign      (D)  
         
c. Dr. Antonio Raymo: Cental Kitchen Presentation     
  Presentation will be made by our Consultant Kyle Walton of David Taussig & Associates.
         
d. Dr. Antonio Raymo: Presentation of Fiscal Year 2014-2015 Second Interim Report as of January 31, 2015      (D)  
  Dr. Raymo will provide information on the 2014-2015 Second Interim Financial Report and Multi-Year Projections, for the Board's review and consideration for adoption.
         
e. Dr. Jason B. Angle: Federal Program Monitoring (FPM) Review of Findings Presentation      (D)  
  Last month our district underwent a rigorous comprehensive review of our federally funded programs. They reviewed 140 total items across all the programs at the District Office, Adult Education, Mecca Elementary, Saul Martinez Elementary, Coachella Valley High, and Desert Mirage High. Through the collaborative efforts of all district staff and the guidance we have received from RCOE and CDE this year, 135 of the items (96%) met requirements. They identified 5 items that the district must provide additional evidence of implementation for – all of which are things that we are on track for and will improve services for students. This review is an indicator that we are moving in the right direction as a district to ensure our student are prepared for college, career, and citizenship.
         
f. Gregory J Fromm: Surveillance System Update      (D)  
  This is a brief informational update for the Board of Education regarding the installation of the District-wide surveillance system.
Unfold IX.  ACTION - Administration   
         
a. Dr. Darryl S. Adams: Approve Additions/Changes to Certification of Authorized Signatures      (D)  (V)  
  Administration recommends that Chona Killeen, Executive Director of Human Resources be added to the Certification of Signatures to sign Warrant Orders and Orders of Salary Payments.
         
b. Dr. Darryl S. Adams: California School Boards Association (CSBA) Delegate Assembly Election      (V)  
  The Board as a whole may vote for up to the number of vacancies, six (6), in the subregion.  All re-elected and newly elected Delegates will serve two-year terms beginning April 1, 2015 - March 31, 2017.     
Unfold X.  ACTION - Business Services   
         
a. Dr. Antonio Raymo: Approval of Fiscal Year 2014-2015 Second Interim Report      (D)  (V)  
  Earlier in tonight's agenda, Fiscal Staff provided information on the 2014-2015 Second Interim Financial Report and Multi-Year Projection.  It is recommended that the Board approve the financial reports and direct staff to file the reports with the Riverside County Office of Education. (Initiative: Operational Efficiency and Fiscal Solvency)
         
b. Dr. Antonio Raymo: Approve Agreement With Surplus Auction Solutions, Mentone, California      (D)  (V)  
  Surplus Auction Solutions will conduct auction services for the District's surplus items. These services were previously provided by InterSchola, LLC, which is no longer in business. The attached services agreement outlines their terms and conditions, as well as their commission/fee schedule. Purchasing staff recommends that the Board approve this agreement.  (Funding Source: Not Applicable; Initiative: Fiscal and Operational Efficiency)
         
c. Elsa F. Esqueda: Authorization to Solicit Bids to Perform Painting and Improvements to Various Portable Buildings Throughout the District      (D)  (V)  
  Staff is requesting Board authorization to solicit bids for painting and improvements to various portable buildings throughout the district. Estimated Budget Impact: $200,000. (Funding Source: Deferred Maintenance; Initiative: Fiscal Solvency and Operational Efficiency)
         
d. Elsa F. Esqueda: Authorization to Proceed with New Portable Restroom Project at Saul Martinez Elementary School and to Solicit Bids for Infrastructure      (V)  
  Staff is requesting authorization to issue purchase orders and contracts by trade to vendors for this project. Expenses include, but are not limited to, architect fees, DSA inspection fees, testing lab fees, engineering fees, purchase of equipment and any other incidental work necessary to complete the project. Staff is also requesting authorization to solicit bids for infrastructure general contractor. Total estimated costs: $65,000. (Funding Source: Developer Fees Fund; Initiative: Fiscal Solvency and Operational Efficiency)
         
e. Elsa F. Esqueda: Authorization to Purchase a Portable Restroom Building for Saul Martinez Elementary from Silver Creek Industries, Inc., Through Piggyback Bid No. 2010-0001 with Los Alamitos USD      (V)  
  Authorization to enter into a purchase agreement with Silver Creek Industries, Inc., Perris, California, for the purchase of a portable restroom building to be placed at Saul Martinez Elementary School. Budget Impact: $93,000.00 (Funding Source: Developer Fees Fund; Initiative: Fiscal Solvency and Operational Efficiency)
         
f. Maria Estrada: Approval to Purchase Licenses and On-Site Training, From Heartland School Solutions, Tempe, Arizona      (D)  (V)  
  Nutrition Services staff is requesting approval to purchase the Nutrikids Perpetual Inventory and the Production Site Lite licenses, as well as the on-line and on-site training for these programs. The total cost will be $20,142 ($16,372 for Year-1 and $3,770 for Year-2 Software Support and Extended Warranty).  (Funding Source: Cafeteria Revenue Fund; Initiative: Fiscal and Operational Efficiency)
         
g. Maria Estrada: Approval of Program Service Agreement With SMART Temps, LLC, Mishawaka, Indiana      (D)  (V)  
  Nutrition staff is requesting approval of a service agreement with Smart TEMPS, to provide a temperature management system for accurate, round-the-clock temperature logging. The system includes products designed to monitor coolers, freezers, or any equipment where temperature control is critical, as well as the flow-of-food and HACCP Compliance Tools. Total year-one cost per vendor quote No. 4975: $42,233.80.  (Funding Source: Cafeteria Fund 13; Initiative: Operational Efficiency)
         
h. Maria Estrada: Authorization to Donate Surplus Foodstuffs to Food Banks      (D)  (V)  
  At the end of each day the District's cafeterias have surplus food that is discarded. With so many valley families in need of food, it makes sense to donate the surplus food to banks that the have facilities and personnel to distribute it to those families. (Funding Source: Not Applicable)
Unfold XI.  ACTION - Educational Services   
         
a. David Gibbons: Approval of Contractual Agreement between Sprigeo Online Reporting System and Coachella Valley Unified School District      (D)  (V)  
  Sprigeo, Inc. is to provide subscription to the Sprigeo Online Reporting Systems for all schools in the Coachella Valley USD. Sprigeo will provide online training session video, online Staff Development training series and Parent Education course on Bullying Prevention.  Coachella Valley USD will pay a total fee of $6,338.00 for the use of the Sprigeo Online Reporting System for the term beginning February 1, 2015, and ending on June 30, 2015. Following the conclusion of the pilot period ending on June 30, 2015, the continued use of Sprigeo by the Coachella Valley USD will be billed for a 3-year period beginning July 1, 2015, and ending on June 30, 2018. The 3-year subscription cost is $15,000. (Funding Source: CWA, Initiative: Civic Citizenship and Community Engagement)
         
b. Dr. Jason B. Angle: Approval of Renaming of Course Descriptions - SDAIE English Language Arts, SDAIE Math, SDAIE Science, and SDAIE Social Studies      (D)  (V)  
  Seeking approval for renaming of approved course descriptions: ELA SEI to ELA SDAIE; ELA Mathematics to SDAIE Mathematics; SEI Social Studies to SDAIE Social Studies; and SEI Science to SDAIE Science. (Funding source:  N/A; Initiative:  Student Academic Achievement,  Common Core State Standards and Smarter Balance of Assessments)
         
c. Dr. Jason B. Angle: Amendment Number 1 to Contract with Riverside County Superintendent of Schools and Children and Family Services Head Start Program - C-1004469      (D)  (V)  
  Children and Family Services Department is requesting approval of amendment to contract with Riverside County Superintendent of Schools (C-1004469)for a reduction in Coachella Valley Unified School District's (CVUSD) funding and slot allocation to the CVUSD Head Start Programs effective December 4, 2014.  Amount of decrease:  Reduction of 24 slots - $151,805.00, Reduction of Non-Federal Share - $37,952.00  (Funding source:  Head Start Program; Initiative:  Student Academic Achievement)
         
d. Dr. Jason B. Angle: Approval of 2014-2015 Reclassification Criteria, Annual Notification, and Initial Placement Letter for Federal Program Monitoring (FPM) Compliance      (D)  (V)  
  Seeking approval for Reclassification Criteria grades first through twelfth along with Annual Update and Initial Placement Notification letters. (Funding source:  Not Applicable; Initiatives:  Student Academic Achievement, Common Core State Standards and Smarter Balance of Assessments, TLC - Trust, Leadership and Collaboration Through the School, and Year of the Parent 3.0)
         
e. Dr. Jason B. Angle: Approval of A-G Course Outlines - Business Algebra 1, Agriscience Systems Management, and Agricultural Chemistry      (D)  (V)  
  Seeking approval of three new A – G courses, developed by the California Department of Education to meet University of California admissions requirements, which will be incorporated into the Agricultural Pathway at Coachella Valley High School. (Funding source:  N/A; Initiative:  Student Academic Achievement, Career Technical Education)
         
f. Dr. Jason B. Angle: Approval of UPDATED Local Educational Agency (LEA) Plan 2014-2017      (D)  (V)  
  Request approval of the updated LEA Plan for 2014-2017 which describes the educational services for all students that can be used to guide implementation of federal and state-funded programs, the allocation of resources, and reporting requirements.(Funding source:  N/A; Initiative:  Student Academic Achievement)
         
g. Dr. Jason B. Angle: Purchase of iPad Wired Keyboards and Earbuds - CDW Quotes FZJN650 and FZJN409      (D)  (V)  
  Testing and Assessment Department seeking approval for purchase of iPad wired keyboards and earbuds which are required to be available for all students using iPads for the online assessment, Smarter Balanced.  Total cost:  $131,338.80 (Funding source:  Common Core Implementation; Initiative:  21st Century Mobile Learning Environment)
         
h. Dr. Jason B. Angle: Purchase of 3D Printer from USCutter for Career Technical Education (CTE) Program at Desert Mirage High School      (D)  (V)  
  Seeking approval for purchase of 3D printer for Engineering Design Pathway at Desert Mirage High School to allow students to experience the steps from design to assembly by Plotting objects by part, operating equipment, and assembling. Total cost:  $21,539.40 (Funding Source: Carl Perkins.  Initiative:  College, Career and Readiness)
Unfold XII.  ACTION - Human Resources   
         
a. Gregory J Fromm: Revised Non Discrimination Board Policy and Administrative Regulations Updates      (D)  (V)  
  Revised Non-Discrimination Board Policy and Administrative Regulations Updates.
         
b. Gregory J Fromm: Resolution No. 2015-55. Resolution to Non-Reelect Probationary Certificated Employees      (V)  
  Approval for Non-Reelection for Probationary Certificated Employees.
Unfold XIII.  ACTION - Operations   
         
a. Gregory J Fromm: Approval for Hazardous Material Generator Training by Kern County Community College District      (D)  (V)  
  Approval for Hazardous Material Generator Training by Kern County Community College District. Term of agreement is from March 1, 2015 to March 1, 2016.
         
b. Gregory J Fromm: Approval of Agreement between Coachella Valley USD and Metro K-9 Security      (D)  (V)  
  Approval for Metro K-9 Security to provide supplemental security services on as-needed basis to Coachella Valley USD. Term of Agreement: As needed basis.
Unfold XIV.  ACTION - Technology Services   
         
a. Michelle Murphy: Purchase of Antivirus Licenses from Trend Micro - CDW-G Quote #FWXK522      (V)  
  Technology Services staff is requesting approval to enter into an agreement with Trend Micro for the next three years.  This would allow Technology staff to standardize, protect and centrally manage our multi-platform endpoints. Total cost for the next three years is $67,653 (per attached Quote No. FWXK522). (Funding Source: Microsoft Voucher Reimbursement/General Fund-TM; Iniative:  21st Century Mobile Learning Environment)  
Unfold XV.  CONSENT ACTION ITEMS   
         
a. CONSENT CALENDAR      (V)  (C)  
  All matters listed under the Consent Calendar are considered by the Board to be routine and will be acted upon in one motion. There will be no discussion of these items prior to the time the Board considers the motion unless members of the Board or staff request specific items to be discussed and/or removed from the Consent Calendar, in which event the item(s) will be considered separately. The Superintendent, Assistant Superintendent of Administrative Services, Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services, Executive Director of Business and Finance and Executive Director of Technology Services recommend the approval of all Consent Calendar items.
Unfold XVI.  CONSENT - Administration   
         
a. Approval of the Minutes for the February 17, 2015 Regular Board Meeting as submitted      (C)  
         
b. Approval of the Minutes for the July 22, 2014 Regular Board Meeting as submitted      (C)  
Unfold XVII.  CONSENT - Business Services   
         
a. Dr. Antonio Raymo: Adopt Board Resolution No. 2015-56, Amendment to Fiscal Year 2014-15 Adopted Budget, Desert Community Foundation, Palm Desert, California      (C)  
  The District has received a donation in the amount of $2,000 from Desert Community Foundation to Palm View Elementary School for the purchase of school supplies. As this amount was not included in the FY 2014-15 adopted budget, it will be necessary to amend the budget to increase fund 06 revenues and expenditures by an additional $2,000.  (Funding Source: Local Donations-PV Use; Initiative: Preparing Students for College, Career and Citizenship.)
         
b. Dr. Antonio Raymo: Adopt Board Resolution No. 2015-57, Amendment to Fiscal Year 2014-15 Adopted Budget, COFEM, Coachella, California      (C)  
  The District has received a grant in the amount of $1,000 from COFEM to Las Palmitas Elementary School for the purchase of supplies to organize a Parent-Student Literacy Night. As this amount was not included in the FY 2014-15 adopted budget, it will be necessary to amend the budget to increase fund 06 revenues and expenditures by an additional $1,000. (Funding Source: Local Donations-LP Use; Initiative: Preparing Students for College, Career and Citizenship)
         
c. Dr. Antonio Raymo: Adopt Board Resolution No. 2015-58, Amendment to Fiscal Year 2014-15 Adopted Budget, COFEM, Coachella, California      (C)  
  The District has received a grant in the amount of $1,000 from COFEM to Valley View Elementary School to purchase materials for the purpose of a "First Serve" tennis clinic. As this amount was not included in the FY 2014-15 adopted budget, it will be necessary to amend the budget to increase fund 06 revenues and expenditures by an additional $1,000.  (Funding Source: Local Donations-VV Use; Initiative: Preparing Students for College, Career and Citizenship.)
         
d. Dr. Antonio Raymo: Adopt Board Resolution No. 2015-59, Amendment to Fiscal Year 2014-15 Adopted Budget, Desert Community Foundation, Palm Desert, California      (C)  
  The District has received a donation in the amount of $1,674 from Desert Community Foundation for the purpose of bus transportation for volunteers from the Joslyn Center to John Kelley Elementary School. As this amount was not included in the FY 2014-15 adopted budget, it will be necessary to amend the budget to increase fund 06 revenues and expenditures by an additional $1,674.  (Funding Source: Local Donations-JK; Initiative: Preparing Students for College, Career and Citizenship.)
         
e. Dr. Antonio Raymo: Adopt Board Resolution No. 2015-60, Amendment to Fiscal Year 2014-15 Adopted Budget, California Latino Superintendents Association      (C)  
  The District has received funds in the amount of $500 from CALSA for the purpose of scholarships. As this amount was not included in the FY 2014-15 adopted budget, it will be necessary to amend the budget to increase fund 06 revenues and expenditures by an additional $500.  (Funding Source: Local Donations; Initiative: Preparing Students for College, Career and Citizenship.)
         
f. Dr. Antonio Raymo: Acceptance of Donations Totaling $2,643.88      (C)  
  The District has received donations totaling $2,643.88 from various donors for the purpose of ASB activities at Coachella Valley High School, Desert Mirage High School, John Kelley, Las Palmitas and West Shores High School. District staff recommends that the Board accept these donations. (Funding Source: Not Applicable) (Initiative: Student Academic Achievement)
         
g. Dr. Antonio Raymo: Acceptance of Donation of $5,000 from Augustine Band of Cahuilla Indians, Coachella, California      (C)  
 

The District has received a donation in the amount of $5,000 from Augustine Band of Cahillla Indians to Coachella Valley High School ASB for the purpose of travel expenses for CVHS Softball Club. The District and Coachella Valley High School staff members would like to thank Augustine for its generous donation to our students. Staff recommends that the Board accept this donation in accordance with Board Policy 3290. (Funding Source: Not Applicable; Initiative: Preparing Students for College, Career and Citizenship)

         
h. Dr. Antonio Raymo: Acceptance of Donations Totaling $3,328 from City of Rancho Mirage, Rancho Mirage, California      (C)  
 

The District has received two donations in the amounts of $2,000 and $1,328 from City of Rancho Mirage to Las Palmitas Elementary ASB for Space Camp for 5th/6th Grade Science Club. The District and Las Palmitas staff members would like to thank the City for its generous donation to our students. Staff recommends that the Board accept this donation in accordance with Board Policy 3290. (Funding Source: Not Applicable; Initiative: Preparing Students for College, Career and Citizenship)

         
i. Dr. Antonio Raymo: Acceptance of Donation/Commission of $918.06 from Go Fund Me, San Diego, California      (C)  
  The District has received funds in the amount of $918.06 from Go Fund Me. These funds were raised by Las Palmitas Elementary School ASB by partnering with Go Fund Me through its online fundraising program. The District and Las Palmitas staff members would like to thank Go Fund Me for the opportunity it provides to our students toward reaching their fundraising goals. Staff recommends that the Board accept the funds in accordance with Board Policy 3290.  (Funding Source: Not Applicable; Initiative: Implementing Health and Wellness for Students)
         
j. Dr. Antonio Raymo: Acceptance of Donation of $500 from Alfredo Gutierrez of Gutierrez Consulting, Indio, California      (C)  
 

The District has received a donation in the amount of $500 from Gutierrez Consulting to West Shores High School ASB for the AVID Program/Club. The District and WRHS staff members would like to thank Mr. Gutierrez for his generous donation to our students. Staff recommends that the Board accept this donation in accordance with Board Policy 3290. (Funding Source: Not Applicable; Initiative: Implementing Health and Wellness for Students)

         
k. Dr. Antonio Raymo: Acceptance of Donation of $700 from Target-Scholarship America, Saint Peter, Minnesota      (C)  
 

The District has received a donation in the amount of $700 from Target-Scholarship America to Mecca Elementary ASB for the purpose of 4th Grade field trip to the McCallum Theater. The District and Mecca staff members would like to thank Target for its generous donation to our students. Staff recommends that the Board accept this donation in accordance with Board Policy 3290. (Funding Source: Not Applicable; Initiative: Preparing Students for College, Career and Citizenship)

         
l. Dr. Antonio Raymo: Approval of Cost Estimate Changes to FY 2014-15 SRO Contract With the Riverside County Sheriff's Office      (C)  
  The revised estimated submitted by the Sheriff's office will increase the FY 2014-15 SRO (School Resource Officers) contract No. C-0002322 by $19,819.65. Staff requests approval of this increase.  (Funding Source: General Fund-Security; Initiative: Implementing Health and Wellness for Students)
         
m. Dr. Antonio Raymo: Ratfication of Purchase Order No. P0025017 Issued to State of California, Board of Equalization      (C)  
  Fiscal Services staff is requesting that the Board ratify the issuance of P.O. P0025017 in the amount of $14,363, for the payment of hazardous waste materials fees, to the State Board of Equalization. The purchase order was issued due to the late receipt of an unexpected State return that was required to be paid by February 28, 2015. In the future, this expense will be brought before the Board for approval at the beginning of each school year. (Funding Source: General Fund; Initiative: Operational Efficiency)
         
n. Maria Estrada: Approval to Purchase Three Electric Pallets.      (C)  
  Nutrition Services staff is requesting approval to purchase equipment to use for the loading and unloading of food items to sites.  The current equipment is inadequate.  Cost: $31,308 plus tax.  (Funding Source: Cafeteria Fund 13)
         
o. Maria Estrada: Acceptance of Revised FY 2013-14 Agreement No. C-1004129 with Riverside County Superintendent of Schools      (C)  
  Requesting approval of revised FY 2013-14 agreement to provide student meal services for all meals served to children enrolled in County Special Education classes at Cahuilla Desert Academy, Toro Canyon Middle School, John Kelley Elementary School, and Desert Mirage High School.  The term of this agreement is from September 1, 2013 through August 31, 2014.  (Funding Source: Not Applicable)
         
p. Maria Estrada: Approval to Issue Open Purchase Orders for FY 2014-15      (C)  
  Nutrition staff is requesting approval to issue open purchase orders to Leabo Foods Distribution Inc., in the amount of $35,000 by piggyback bid on Downey Unified School District's Frozen Foods Bid #12/13-13, and to Goldstar Foods in the amount of $35,000 by piggyback bid on Santa Clarita’s Bid #RFP 11-12-31012012-01. The total cost for both PO's will be $70,000.  (Funding Source: Cafeteria Fund 13.)
         
q. Dr. Antonio Raymo: Approve Services Agreement With Diele, Murawka Howe (DMH) Inc., San Diego, California      (D)  (V)  
  Staff is requesting approval to contract with DMH to perform an evaluation of every kitchen within our district in order to provide a scope of work and estimates for all necessary repairs and upgrades. Work to be performed in accordance with the attached proposal. Total cost: NTE $33,000.  (Funding Source: Cafeteria Fund 13; Initiative: Operational Efficiency)
         
r. Elsa F. Esqueda: Acceptance of Contract No. C-1002891, Modification #3 with Riverside County Superintendent of Schools      (C)  
 

To establish funding for fiscal year 2014-2015 for facility and support services at Cahuilla Desert Academy,  John Kelley Elementary, Toro Canyon Middle School, and Coachella Valley High School. This is year four of a five-year agreement. Total reimbursement funding is $22,803.00.(Funding Source: Not Applicable; Initiative: Fiscal Solvency and Operational Efficiency)

         
s. Elsa F. Esqueda: Approval of Change Order No. 1 for the John Kelley New Shade Structure Project as Submitted by Paradise Construction and Contract Management      (C)  
 

This change order, as submitted by the Project Contractor, Paradise Construction and Contract Management, Inc., is for additional work not included in the contractor's original bid. Change order amount: $15,250.00. (Funding Source: General Obligation Bond Fund; Initiative: Fiscal Solvency and Operational Efficiency)

         
t. Elsa F. Esqueda: Authorization to Issue a Purchase Order to Time and Alarm Systems for the Installation of an Intercom System Upgrade at Valley View Elementary      (C)  
  Requesting authorization to issue a purchase order to Time and Alarm Systems, Mira Loma, California, for the installation of an intercom system upgrade at Valley View Elementary. Budget Impact: $14,960.00. (Funding Source: Deferred Maintenance; Initiative: Fiscal Solvency and Operational Efficiency)
         
u. Elsa F. Esqueda: Authorization to Issue Purchase Order to Paradise Construction & Contract Management, Inc. to Upgrade Restrooms at Toro Canyon Middle School      (C)  
 

Requesting authorization to issue a purchase order to Paradise Construction and Contract Management, Inc., Perris, California, for restroom upgrades and to convert waterless urinals to regular urinals at Toro Canyon Middle School. Estimated Amount $13,866.00. (Funding Source: Deferred Maintenance Fund; Initiative: Fiscal Solvency and Operational Efficiency)

Unfold XVIII.  CONSENT - Educational Services   
         
a. Alejandro A. Gonzalez: Requesting Approval to Increase Contract with Pacific Audiologics #C-0002217      (C)  
  Contractor provides Vision and Hearing Screenings for students District Wide.
         
b. Dr. Jason B. Angle: Purchase of Thirty-five iMac Computers for Valle Del Sol Elementary School - Apple Quote 2202137663      (D)  (V)  
  Valle Del Sol is seeking approval to purchase 35 iMac computers to improve English language acquisition.  Total cost:  $51,517.20 (Funding source:  EIA/LEP; Initiative:  Student Academic Achievement)
         
c. Dr. Jason B. Angle: OVERNIGHT FIELD TRIP - Desert Mirage High School to State CIF Individual Wrestling Championships in Bakersfield, CA on March 5-7, 2015      (V)  (C)  
  Desert Mirage High School seeking approval for seven 9th to 12th grade students (one athlete participant and six students are going in a supportive role) to travel to the Rabobank Arena in Bakersfield , CA on March 5-7, 2015 for CIF State Individuals Wrestling Championships.  Reason for late submittal is the wrestling coach did not want to submit earlier based on an assumption of who may or may not make the championship level and waited until he knew who qualified.  Total cost:  $800.00 (Funding source:  DMHS Wrestling Club; Initiative:  Health, Wellness and K-12 Sports Programs For Students and Staff)
         
d. Dr. Jason B. Angle: OVERNIGHT FIELD TRIP - Coachella Valley High School to Northern California Universities on May 14-16, 2015      (V)  (C)  
  Coachella Valley High School seeking approval for fifty 9th-12th grade students to visit six Northern California Universities (UC Davis, UC Berkeley, San Francisco State, San Jose State University, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, and UC Santa Barbara) on May 14-16, 2015.  Total cost:  $19,950.00 (Funding source:  Student/Parent; Initiatives:  Student Academic Achievement)
         
e. Dr. Jason B. Angle: Amendment to Out of State Field Trip - Las Palmitas Elementary to U.S. Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama on May 23-29, 2015      (V)  (C)  
  Seeking approval of amendment to out of state field trip previously approved at the February 3, 2015 Board Meeting for Las Palmitas Elementary to U.S. Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama.  Due to safety reasons and time limitations, Teacher would rather leave at 8:00 a.m. on Saturday, May 23 than leave Sunday, May 24, 2015 at 3:00 a.m. when visibility is poor and more truckers on the road.  Total cost:  $1,790.00 (Funding source:  ASB; Initiative:  Student Academic Achievement)
         
f. Dr. Jason B. Angle: OVERNIGHT FIELD TRIP: Desert Mirage High School to Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia, CA on June 4-5, 2015      (V)  (C)  
  Desert Mirage High School seeking approval for approximately two hundred and fifty, twelfth grade students to travel to Six Flags Magic Mountain for Grad-Nite in Valencia, CA on June 4-5, 2015.  Total cost:  $14,000.00 (Funding source:  ASB; Initiative:  Student Academic Achievement)
Unfold XIX.  CONSENT - Human Resources   
         
a. Gregory J Fromm: Clinical Practicum Agreement between Coachella Valley USD and California State University      (C)  
  Clinical Practicum Agreement between Coachella Valley USD and California State University. Term of agreement shall be from February 2015 to February 2018.
         
b. Gregory J Fromm: Human Resources Personnel Report - 1 Certificated 9A      (V)  (C)  
         
c. Gregory J Fromm: Human Resources Personnel Report - 2 Classified 9A      (C)  
         
d. Approval of Consent Calendars as Submitted      (D)  (V)  
Unfold XX.  ADJOURNMENT   
         
a. Closed Session - If necessary      (D)  (V)  
         
b. Motion to adjourn      (V)  


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