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Previous MeetingAugust 20, 2014 10:30 AM
REGULAR BOARD MEETING
Ernest Shaw Board Room
401 S. Inglewood Ave.
Inglewood, CA 90301

 

  
Preliminary Information

 

10:30 A.M. - (Approx.) Executive Session
10:30 A.M. - (Approx.) Public Session


(D) Discussion Item
(V) Can Vote
(C) Consent Item
1.  INITIAL CALL TO ORDER -10:30 A.M. - Dr. Don Brann, State Trustee   
Unfold 2.  PUBLIC COMMENTS - CLOSED SESSION ITEMS ONLY   
         
a. (At this time, members of the community may speak on any item on the closed session agenda.) (Three [3] minutes will be allotted to each speaker; a maximum of eighteen [18] minutes will be allotted to each major agenda item.      (C)  
3.  RECESS TO CLOSED SESSION   
Unfold 4.  CLOSED SESSION AGENDA   
         
a. (During a Closed Session, the State Trustee may consider personnel matters, negotiations/collective bargaining, matters related to students, security matters, conference with real property negotiator, pending litigation, JPA/self-insurance liability claims and review of assessment instruments.)      (C)  
         
b. Public Employment Employees on Paid or Unpaid Administrative Leave and/or Suspension: Employee ID Number Date went on Leave PA201213008; 12/18/2012 - PA201213021; 4/19/2013 - PA20131302; 9/24/2013 - PA20131403; 10/2/2013 - PA20131404; 10/10/2013 - PA20131408; 01/17/2014 - PA20131411; 03/06/2014 - PA20131412; 04/04/2014 - PA20131413; 04/07/2014 - PA20131416; 04/11/2014 - PA20131419; 05/22/2014 PA20131420; 05/22/2014 - PA20131421; PA20131422; 06/16/2014 -      (C)  
         
c. Public Employee Discipline/Dismissal/Release      (C)  
         
d. Conference with Labor Negotiators: (Pursuant to Government Code Section 54957.6):      (C)  
         
e. Conference with Real Property Negotiators: Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.8): None      (C)  
         
f. Conference with Legal Counsel/Existing Litigation: (Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9)      (C)  
         
g. RE-ISSUE - Conference with Legal Counsel/Anticipated Litigation: (Pursuant to Government Cases involving facts and circumstances that might result in significant exposure to litigation but which are not yet known to any potential plaintiff. (Government Code Section 54956.9 [b][c][3][A])): Four (4) Cases - (OAH No. 201060847; OAH No. 2014030593; OAH No. 2014070021; OAH No. 2014070448); Gill vs. IUSD - No. COR 10-79979         (C)  
         
h. Expulsions/Appeals      (C)  
5.  RECONVENE FOR PUBLIC SESSION   
Unfold 6.  ROLL CALL - STATE TRUSTEE - DR. DON BRANN   
         
a. Advisory Board: Board President, Seat #2 - Dr. Carliss B. McGhee, Vice President, Seat #3 - Vacant, Board Member Seat #1 - Vacant - Mrs. Carol Raines-Brown, Board Member Seat #4 - Dr. Johnny J. Young, Board Member Seat #5      (C)  
         
b. Senior Administrative Council - Mr. Jose Dominguez, Chief Operations Officer      (C)  
7.  REPORTING OUT CLOSED SESSION ACTIONS (IF ANY)   
8.  PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE   
9.  STUDENT'S REPORT - NONE   
10.  REPORTS AND PRESENTATIONS   
Unfold 11.  PUBLIC COMMENTS   
         
a. Public Hearing - Validation Academy Charter School Petition - (Representatives of the public who desire to address the State Trustee on the Validation Academy Charter School Petition is welcomed to do so at this time. (Three [3] minutes will be allotted to each speaker; and a maximum of eighteen [18] minutes will be allotted during this section of the public hearing.) The public has the option to appoint a spokesperson if the concern is a group concern, and to supplement verbal presentations with written reports, if necessary or desired.) Time Opened 11:00 a.m.; Time Closed 11:01 a.m.      (C)  
         
b. Public Hearing - Agenda Items (Representatives of the public who desire to address the State Trustee and Advisory Board on any items listed on the Agenda is welcomed to do so at this time. Personnel items should be brought directly to the attention of the Human Resources Division or the appropriate administrator in the District. (Three [3] minutes will be allotted to each speaker; and a maximum of eighteen [18] minutes will be allotted during this section of the public hearing.) The public has the option to appoint a spokesperson if the concern is a group concern, and to supplement verbal presentations with written reports, if necessary or desired.)      (C)  
         
c. Public Hearing - Non-Agenda Items (At this time, members of the community may address the State Trustee and the Advisory Board on any items not included on the Agenda, but related to District business. Personnel items should be brought directly to the attention of the Human Resources Division or the appropriate administrator in the District.) Three [3] minutes will be allotted to each speaker; and a maximum of ten [10] speakers may address the State Trustee and the Advisory Board on non-agenda items. This provision may be waived by majority vote of the State Trustee (Governing Board).      (C)  
12.  CONSENT CALENDAR   
Unfold 13.  CONSENT CALENDAR/ACTION ITEMS - HUMAN RESOURCES DIVISION   
         
a. Approval to Establish the Position and Job Description for Chief of Staff      (D)  (V)  (C)  
         
b. Approval of Contract for Nora Roque, Executive Director of Human Resources         (D)  (V)  (C)  
         
c. Approval of 5% Salary Increase to Schedule F -Elementary Assistant Principal for Veteran Teachers Moving Into Administration      (D)  (V)  (C)  
         
d. Approval to Renew the Membership to Edjoin Employment Posting Services for 2014-2015 School Year      (D)  (V)  (C)  
         
e. Approval to Renew the Membership in the Los Angeles /Orange Counties Consortium 2014-2015 Membership      (D)  (V)  (C)  
         
f. Approval of Board Policy 4157.2 and Board Regulation 4251.5(b)      (D)  (V)  (C)  
         
g. Approval of Resolution No. 07/2014-2015 for the Elimination of (4.5 F.T.E.) Vacant Classified Positions      (D)  (V)  (C)  
         
h. RE-ISSUED - Approval To Revise the Confidential Salary Schedule         (D)  (V)  (C)  
         
i. Approval of Resolution No. 09/2014-2015 will temporary reinstate the following positions, effective July 1, 2014 thru August 31, 2014: One(1-F.T.E)Skilled Maintenance Specialist Painter Position, two (2-F.T.E.) Skilled Maintenance Painter Positions      (D)  (V)  (C)  
         
j. Certificated Personnel Roster      (D)  (V)  (C)  
         
k. Classified Personnel Roster      (C)  
Unfold 14.  CONSENT CALENDAR/ACTION ITEMS - BUSINESS SERVICES DIVISION   
         
a. Approval/Ratification of Purchase Orders in the amount of $643,579.33 issued July 1, 2014, through July 25, 2014, Pursuant to Board Policy 3320      (C)  
         
b. RE-ISSUED: Approval/Ratification of Travel Expenditures/ Conference Requests Pursuant to Board Policy 3350         (C)  
         
c. Approval/Acceptance of Donation/Gifts Listed Pursuant to Board Policy 3280      (C)  
         
d. Approval of Amendment No. 1 to Agreement#12R023005 with the Department of California Highway Patrol (CHP) to Continue Providing Protective and Transportation Services to the Inglewood Unified School District State Trustee      (C)  
         
e. Approve the Renewal Membership Fee of the Association of California School Administrators (ACSA)Region XIV Superintendents for Donald Brann, State Trustee      (C)  
         
f. Approval to Renew the 2014-2015 Membership to the Western Association of Schools and Colleges – Accrediting Commission for Schools for Inglewood Continuation High School      (C)  
         
g. Approval to Renew the 2014-2015 Membership to the Western Association of Schools and Colleges – Accrediting Commission for Schools for the Inglewood Adult School      (C)  
         
h. Approval to Renew the Contract with Administrative Software Applications, Inc., (ASAP) for Software Licenses and Maintenance for the Inglewood Community Adult School for F/Y 2013-2014      (C)  
         
i. Approval to Renew the Application Service Provider Agreement with Administrative Software Applications, Inc. (ASAP) for the Inglewood Community Adult School for F/Y 2014-2015      (C)  
         
j. Approval to Renew the District Membership to the California Association of School Business Officials (CASBO) for F/Y 2014-2015      (C)  
         
k. Approval of Amendment No. 1 to the Agreement with School Services of California, Inc., to Continue to Provide Expert Consulting Services in School Finance      (C)  
         
l. RE-ISSUED - Acceptance of the 2012-2013 Audit Report      (C)  
         
m. Approval of California Academic Partnership Program (CAPP) Grant Agreement for Inglewood High School and the “College-Going Culture”      (C)  
         
n. Approval of Amendment No. 1 to the Consultant Agreement with Roland Johnson to Provide Assistance and Training to staff in the Information Technology Department      (C)  
         
o. Approval of Amendment No. 1 to the Consultant Agreement with Delores Ridgeway to Continue to Provide Assistance and Training to Staff in the Information Technology Department      (C)  
         
p. RE-ISSUE: Consider Approval of Resolution No. 08/2014-2015 for Interfund Cash Transfer from General Fund (01.0) to Adult Education Fund (11.0) and Capital Facilities Fund (25.0)         (C)  
         
q. Authorization to Participate in the Torrance Unified School District, Piggyback Bid No. 01-6.30.11 to Purchase Frozen Food Items from Gold Star Foods for the Child Nutrition Program for F/Y 2014-2015      (C)  
         
r. Authorization to Participate in the Anaheim Union High School District, Piggyback Bid No. 2013-01 to Purchase Milk and Dairy Products from Clearbrook Farms, Inc., for the Child Nutrition Program for F/Y 2014-2015      (C)  
         
s. Authorization to Participate in the Murrieta Valley Unified School District, Piggyback Bid No. P-022213 to Purchase Fresh & Processed Produce Items from Gold Star Foods for the Child Nutrition Program for F/Y 2014-2015      (C)  
Unfold 15.  CONSENT CALENDAR/ACTION ITEMS - EDUCATIONAL SERVICES DIVISION   
         
a. Approval of Amendment No. 1 to Extend the Term on the Consultant Agreement for Linda Anderson      (C)  
         
b. Approval of the Amendment 02 Contract for CCTR-3095 School Year 2013-2014      (C)  
         
c. Approval of the Contract for the CHARACTER COUNTS! Program for Warren Lane Elementary School for the 2014-2015 School Year      (C)  
         
d. Approval of Memorandum of Understanding Between AADAP, Inc. and Inglewood Unified School District to Provide Prevention of Alcohol, Tobacco and other Drugs (ATOD) Outreach Services at School Sites      (C)  
         
e. Approval/Ratification of Amendment for the Southwest Educational Local Plan Area (SELPA) Master Contract for Certified Nonpublic Schools and Nonpublic Agencies for the 2014-2015 School Year      (C)  
         
f. Approval of Consultant Agreement with David Feldman      (C)  
         
g. Approval of Consultant Agreement with Professional Tutors of America, Inc.      (C)  
         
h. Approval of Consultant Agreement with Rene M. Oshita      (C)  
         
i. Approval of Consultant Agreement with The Sign Language Company, Inc.      (C)  
         
j. Approval of Consultant Agreement with Therapy For Kids, Inc. DBA Gallagher Pediatric Therapy      (C)  
         
k. Approval of Consultant Agreement with Erica Huerta to Assist Students with Career Exploration and Advisement at City Honors College Preparatory Academy, Grade 9-12 Students      (C)  
         
l. Approval of Consultant Agreement with Thelma Brown to Provide Expert Consultant Services at City Honors College Preparatory Academy      (C)  
         
m. Approval/Ratification of Payment to MOUSE Squad of California (MSCA) to Provide a Student Tech Support Leadership Program at Crozier/Hudnall Schools      (C)  
         
n. Approval to Renew Consultant Agreement with Learning Enrichment After-School Program (LEAP).      (C)  
         
o. Approval to Renew Consultant Agreement with Delian Music to Provide Instruction in the Area of Choir, Instrumental Music, and Instrument Repair for Kindergarten through Eighth Grade Students in the After School Education and Safety Program      (C)  
         
p. Approval to Renew the Agreement with Train of Thought to Provide Instruction in Chess for First Through Eighth Grade Students in the After School Education and Safety Program      (C)  
         
q. Approval of Agreement with Brittney Bright to Provide Students Instruction in Sound Engineering for Sixth Through Eighth Grade Students in the After School Education and Safety Program      (C)  
16.  CONSENT CALENDAR/ACTION ITEMS - MEASURE K   
Unfold 17.  CONSENT CALENDAR/ACTION ITEMS - STATE TRUSTEE'S/OFFICE   
         
a. Approve the Board Policies, Regulations, and Bylaws Series 0000, 1000, 2000, 7000, and 9000      (C)  
Unfold 18.  APPROVAL OF MINUTES   
         
a. Approve Minutes of the State Trustee Special Board of Education Meeting held on August 4, 2014      (C)  
         
b. Approve Minutes of the State Trustee Special Board of Education Meeting held on August 8, 2014      (C)  
19.  ADVISORY BOARD MEMBERS' REMARKS (THREE [3] MINUTES ONLY)   
20.  STATE TRUSTEE'S REMARKS   
21.  ADJOURNMENT   

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IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT – ANUNCIO IMPORTANTE
The Inglewood Unified School District State Trustee recognizes the need to provide translation services at Board meetings for the Spanish-speaking parents and community of Inglewood.

El Escolar Unificado de Inglewood Fiduciario Distrito Estado reconoce la necesidad de proporcionar servicios de traducción en las reuniones de la Junta para los padres que hablan español y la comunidad de Inglewood.

For this reason, the State Trustee is pleased to announce that translation services are being provided at all Board Meetings. We invite you to attend and participate in these important meetings.

Por este motivo, el Administrador Estatal se complace en anunciar que los servicios de traducción son ofrecidos en todas las reuniones de la Junta. Te invitamos a asistir y participar en estas importantes reuniones.

 


Mission Statement
The mission of the Inglewood Unified School District is to ensure that all our students are taught rigorous standards based curriculum supported by highly qualified staff in an exemplary educational system characterized by high student achievement, social development, safe schools, and effective partnerships with all segments of the community.




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