|For a Listing of Upcoming Board Meetings see page 6 of the table of contents|
will be held in the Board Room of the District's administrative offices
1651 - 16th Street
Meetings in Santa Monica are taped for rebroadcast
and played on cable channel 16 (CityTV) at 11:00 a.m.
on the Sunday following the Board meeting.
Meetings are rebroadcast in Malibu on Government Access
Channel 15 every Thursday at 2pm; every Saturday & Sunday at 8pm
Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District
Board of Education
December 14, 2000
A regular meeting of the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District Board of Education will be held on Thursday, December 14, 2000 in the Board Room of the District's administrative offices, 1651-16th Street in Santa Monica. Following the call to order at 5:00 p.m., the Board will move to Closed Session in the Board Room for reasons listed in Section II, below.
|PUBLIC PORTION OF MEETING MEETING: 7:00 P.M.|
Persons wishing to address the Board of Education should submit the "request to address" card prior to discussion of the item.
I CALL TO ORDER
A Roll Call
B Pledge of Allegiance
II PUBLIC COMMENTS FOR CLOSED SESSION ITEMS ONLY
CLOSED SESSION -
Conference with the Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent regarding 2000-01 negotiations with the Santa Monica-Malibu Teachers Association (SMMCTA) regarding Child Development Services and with Non-Represented Employees, pursuant to Section 54957.6 of the Brown Act
Receipt of written advice from Legal Counsel regarding a litigation case with a former employee, pursuant to Section 54956.9 of the Brown Act.
Receipt of correspondence form Special Education Counsel regarding possible settlement of Case No. SN 1088-98, pursuant to Section 54956.9 of the Brown Act.
III BOARD OF EDUCATION - COMMENDATIONS/RECOGNITIONS
Recognition of the Proposition Y Campaign Committee
Recognition of Retiring Board Members:
Margaret R. Quiñones, Todd Hess, Dorothy Chapman
IV APPROVAL OF MINUTES: 1
A.1 Approval of Minutes: October 19, 2000
November 2, 2000
November 16, 2000
V CONSENT AGENDA
Consent agenda items are considered routine, as agreed by the President, Vice-President and Superintendent, requiring no discussion, and are normally all approved at one time by the Board of Education. However, members of the Board of Education, staff, or the public may request an item be removed from the consent agenda for clarification and/or discussion. Consideration will occur during Section VIII.
Business and Finance
A.2 Award of Purchase Orders, FY 2000-2001 2-3g
A.3 Approval of Gifts FY 2000/01 4-5d
A.4 Conference and Travel Approval 6-11
A.5 Approval of Independent Contracts 12-13
A.6 Agreement for Consultant Services - Cascade Consulting Group 14
A.7 Approval for Disposal/Sale of Surplus Equipment 15-17
A.8 Utilization of Contract for Transportation Service 18
Proposition X / State Modernization
A.9 Authorization to Take the Necessary steps to Cancel Purchase
Order to Grantland Development and Selection of
Ecocrete Incorporated to Provide Ten (10) Panelized Classrooms 19-20
Curriculum and Instruction
A.10 Smaller Learning Communities Funds 2000-01 School Year 21
A.11 Agreement with the University of California Los Angeles
Center X, Graduate School of Education and Information Science
For CTEI Events at UCLA 22
A.12 Revision of Board Policy 8250 / Conflict of Interest / Exhibit "B" 23-24
A.13 Kindergarten Admission of Student DOB: 12/03/95 25
A.14 Expulsion of Student (B/D 10/26/84) 26
A.15 Certificated Personnel - Elections, Separations 27-33
A.16 Special Services Employees 34-35
A.17 Agreement for Consultant Services/School Services
Of California (SSC) 36
A.18 Appointment of Classroom-Based Teacher Support Providers 37
A.19 Teaching Authorizations 38
A.20 Student Teaching Agreement - California State University, Northridge 39
A.21 Classified Personnel--Merit. 40-43
A.22 Classified Personnel--Non-Merit 44
Communications is an opportunity for the Board of Education to hear reports from school sites, the Superintendent, the Student Board member, the Santa Monica-Malibu Classroom Teachers Association (SMMCTA), the Service Employees International Union (Local 660-SEIU), PTA Council, District Advisory Committees, and the Santa Monica-Malibu Education Foundation.
A. School Reports
B. Superintendent's Report
The Superintendent's report will include the following topics:
- Summer Program Update
The Department of Educational Services staff will give an overview of the Summer Intensive Program for 2000. Highlights will be: assessments, inquiry, lessons learned and next steps. Sue Gee, Peggy Harris and Jesus Vaca will do the presenting, with Denise Hanson-Booker, a teacher at Rogers.
- High School Exit Exam
Assistant Superintendent Sue Gee will give an overview of the new High School Exit Exam. The exam is a high-stakes test that all students mus pass in order to receive a high school diploma. Tim McNulty will address the exam's implications for students with special needs. (Tim to confirm his participation in this presentation)
C. Student Board Members' Report
D. SMMCTA Representative's Report
E. S.E.I.U. Representative's Report
F. PTA Council President's Report
G. District Advisory Committee Report(s)
H. SM-M Education Foundation President's Report
I. Proposition X / State Modernization--Jacobs /Sverdrup CRSS
J. Prop X Oversight Committee
VII PUBLIC COMMENTS
Public Comments is the time when members of the audience may address the Board of Education on items not scheduled on the meeting's agenda. All speakers are limited to three (3) minutes. When there is a large number of speakers, the Board may reduce the allotted time to two(2) minutes per speaker. The Brown Act (Government Code) states that Board members may not engage in discussion of issues raised during "VII, Public Comments" except to ask clarifying questions, make a brief announcement, make a brief report on his or her own activities, or to refer the matter to staff. This Public Comment section is limited to 20 minutes. If the number of persons wishing to address the Board of Education exceeds the time limit, additional time will be provided in Section XIII, CONTINUATION OF PUBLIC COMMENTS.
As a general rule, items under MAJOR and DISCUSSION will be listed in order of importance as determined by the President, Vice-President and Superintendent. Individual Board members may move to request a change in the order prior to consideration of any Major item. The Board may also move any of these items out of order to be heard immediately following PUBLIC COMMENTS if it appears that there is special interest by the public or as a courtesy to staff members making presentations to the Board.
VIII MAJOR ITEMS
These items are considered to be of major interest and/or importance and are presented for ACTION (A) at this time. Many have been reviewed by the Board at a previous meeting under the Discussion Items section of the agenda. Action Items are submitted to the Board of Education with a recommendation from the Superintendent. They may be tabled or postponed by action of a quorum of the Board. Items pulled from Section V, Consent Agenda, will be deliberated in Section VIII following the scheduled Action Items. When a member of the Staff presents an item, the Board may ask clarifying questions before the Public is heard on that item. Board discussion of the item will take place after hearing from the Public.
(A.-A.a: 15 minutes)
A.23 Election of Board of Education President 45
A.24 Election of Board of Education Vice-President 46
A.25 Appointment of Superintendent as Secretary to the Board
Of Education 47
A.26 Election of Voting Representative--Los Angeles County Committee
On School District Organization 48
A.27 Election of Annual Representative to Los Angeles County
School Trustees Association for 2001 49
A.28 A.28a Certification of Authorized Signatures 50-50b
A.29 PUBLIC HEARING
To Hear Public Input Regarding Sufficient Textbook and/or
Instructional Materials for Fiscal Year 2000-01 51
A.30 Approval of Submission to the California Department of
Education of a Notification of Compliance with Education
Code, Section 60119 (Public Hearing Requirement) for
Fiscal Year 2000-01, Pupil Textbook and Instructional Materials
Incentive Program, Grades K-12 52-53
A.31 PUBLIC HEARING
Regarding Special Education Non-Compliance 54-55
A.32 Approval of Special Education Contracts 56-58
A.33 Financial Oversight Committee/Acceptance of Resignation
Reduction of Committee Size from Eight to Seven 59
A.34 Recommendation for Acceptance of Bids for Cabinetry Work for
Roosevelt, Edison, Franklin, McKinley and Muir Elementary Schools 60
A.35 Recommendation for Acceptance of Bids for Edison Elementary
Modernization Work 61-62
A.36 Approval of Budget Limitation Agreement #12 (Master Contract
Amendment No. 14) for Edison Elementary Modernization Work 63-65
A.37 Budget Adjustments 66-70
A.38 2000-01 First Interim Report 71-81
(The full text of the First Interim Report is included with this
Agenda as Attachment A)
IX DISCUSSION ITEMS
These items are submitted for information (FIRST READING) and discussion. Action will generally be considered at the next regularly scheduled meeting of the Board.
X BOARD MEMBER ITEMS
These items are submitted by individual Board members for information or discussion, as per Board Policy 8320(b).
XI REQUESTS BY MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC OR DISTRICT ADVISORY COMMITTEES TO ADDRESS THE BOARD OF EDUCATION
These items are submitted by members of the public to address the Board of Education on a matter within the jurisdiction of the Board, as per Board Policy 8320(c). Requests must be submitted to the Superintendent in writing ten days before the Board meeting or prior to agenda planning, in accordance with the established agenda planning schedule, whichever is less. The written request will not exceed 500 words and will include, as an attachment, brief background information and the reason for the request.
XII INFORMATION ITEMS
These items are intended to keep the Board informed on various District business matters which do not require formal action by the Board.
I.1 Superintendent Search/Continuing Update 82
XIII CONTINUATION OF PUBLIC COMMENTS
A continuation of Section VII, as needed.
XIV BOARD MEMBER COMMENTS
Board Member Comments are where a Board member may make a brief announcement or make a brief report on his or her own activities relative to Board business. There can be no discussion under "BOARD MEMBER COMMENTS".
XV FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS
Items for future consideration will be listed with the projected date of consideration. The Board of Education will be given any backup information available at this time.
XVI CLOSED SESSION
The Board of Education may adjourn to CLOSED SESSION to complete discussion on items listed for CLOSED SESSION.
The next regular meeting is scheduled for 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, January 4, 2001 in the Board Room of the District's Administrative Offices, 1651 16th Street in Santa Monica.
ATTACHMENT A - FIRST INTERIM REPORT
|BOARD OF EDUCATION SCHEDULE 2000-2001
*These dates have been confirmed at the Santa Monica City Council Chambers
|October||05 Malibu 19 * 28 (Win-Win/SEIU) 30 (Interviews with Search Firm Reps)|
|November||02 Malibu 16 * 09 (Win-Win/SEIU)|
|December||14 05 (Public Hearing) 13 (Public Hearing)|
|March||01 (Malibu) 14 (Wed)|
|April||05 26 (DAC Reports & Recommendations)|
|May||03 (Malibu) 17* 10 (Closed Session, Superintendents Evaluation)|
|June||07 28 (Budget adoption)|
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All District principals
all branches of the public library in Santa Monica and Malibu
print media in both Santa Monica and Malibu
SMMCTA and SEIU representatives
presidents of PTA Council and site PTAs
African American Parent Support Group
District Legal Counsel
the City Managers of both Santa Monica and Malibu
members of the public who may subscribe.
electonic media - surfsantamonica
email distribution list
Agenda Tables of Contents are mailed first class mail at no cost to the receiving party to
chairs of District Advisory Committees, chairs of Site Governance Councils,
members of the Prop X Oversight Committee
City Council members of both Santa Monica and Malibu
Board of Trustees Members Santa Monica College
representatives of child care/child welfare agencies in Santa Monica
representatives of various City commissions
requesting members of the public.
members, Superintendent's Financial Task Force; members Financial Oversight Committee
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