TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION ACTION

10/04/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT



RE: APPROVAL OF MINUTES



RECOMMENDATION NO. A.1



It is recommended that the Board of Education approve the following Minutes: None













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RE: SUPPLEMENTAL TEXTBOOKS TO BE ADOPTED



RECOMMENDATION NO. A.2



It is recommended that the following supplemental textbooks be adopted for use in the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District effective immediately.



COMMENT: In accordance with the Board of Education policy, the textbooks listed below have been on public display for the past two weeks in the Educational Services Department at 1638 17th Street, Santa Monica, CA 90405.







CLEOPATRA VII, Daughter Of The Nile, written by Kristiana Gregory, copyright1999, English, Grade 6, Requested for adoption by Cristina de Jesus at Lincoln Middle School, BASIC



















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RE: OVERNIGHT FIELD TRIP (S) 2001-02



RECOMMENDATION NO. A.3



It is recommended that the Board of Education approve the special field trip (s) listed below for students for the 2001-02 school year. No child will be denied due to financial hardship.



School

Grade

# of Students



Destination Dates


Principal Teacher


Cost / Paid for




Subject




Purpose of Trip
John Adams Grade 7 190 stds Yosemite 1/20/02 to 1/25/02 Linda Cady $360 per student paid for by parents and fund raising Science This trip will allow students to experience the curriculum in the snow and at high elevations where they will hike and explore the geologic and ecological wonders of this environment. The students will follow a challenging and fund curriculum designed by the Yosemite staff and Magnet teachers
John Adams Grade 8 150 stds Astro Camp

2/8/02 to 2/10/02

Dan Brown Ray Avedian $180 per student paid for by parents and fund raising Science The theme of the camp is space and physics, which compliments the eighth grade theme of space travel and physics.
John Adams Grade 8 150 stds Astro Camp

2/15/02 to 2/17/02

Dan Brown Ray Avedian $180 per student paid for by parents and fund raising Science The theme of the camp is space and physics, which compliments the eighth grade theme of space travel and physics.












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RE: APPROVAL OF INDEPENDENT CONTRACTORS



RECOMMENDATION NO. A.4



It is recommended that Board of Education enter into an agreement with the following Independent Contractors. These contracts are included in the 2001/2002 budget.





Contractor/Contract Dates Description Site Funding
American Academy for Dance and Kindred Arts

September 17, 2001 - June 30, 2002



Cost: Not to exceed $16,000

To provide dance program "Dance for All" to 3rd graders in SMMUSD Educational Services Art-Drama/Dance

01-00000-0-11100-10000-5802-030-1300

Kristin Biddle

July 1, 2001-June 30, 2002



Cost: Not to exceed $4,000

To review menus, provide nutrition analysis, and other related nutritional activities Food Services Food Services

13-53100-0-00000-37000-5802-057-2570

Center for Council Training

October 2001 - June 30, 2002



Cost: Not to exceed $23,300

To offer Malibu High students and faculty the opportunity to learn attentive listening skills. For 8th grade, 25- week classroom councils; 9th grade, 13-week classroom councils, teacher training and parent meetings Educational Services School Safety & Violence Prevention

01-64050-0-11100-39000-5802-035-1300

Didi Hirsch Community Mental Health Center

October 5, 2001 - June 30, 2002



Cost: Not to exceed $5,000

To do substance abuse screening, assessment and referral at Santa Monica and Olympic High Schools; classroom presentations and a parent support group at Santa Monica High School; conduct parent support groups at Lincoln Middle School as needed; and to participate regularly in Santa Monica High School Alliance Case Management and the Student Support Network of elementary and middle school staff and providers Educational Services Safe and Drug Free Schools

01-37100-0-19150-10000-5802-035-1300

Peggy Fishers Gymnastics

October 5, 2001 - June 30, 2002



Cost: Not to exceed $1,800

To provide weekly classes for kindergarten students introducing them to tumbling, dancing, balancing, rhythm, relays and games. To provide physical exercise, fun and physical self-confidence through successful activities Franklin School Improvement Program K-6

01-72600-0-11100-10000-5802-002-4020

Franklin Hill Group

September 1 - 31, 2001



Cost: Not to exceed $3,000

To provide Data analysis for SAMOHI's Smaller Learning Communities and do a presentation during Samohi's 2001 staff development Samohi Smaller Learning Communities Grant

01-58100-0-11100-10000-5802-015-4150

Larry Guyer

July 1, 2001 - June 30, 2002



Cost: Not to exceed $7,500

To consult on various technology problems with current attendance and testing software at Adult Education Center Adult Education School Administration

11-00000-0-27000-5802-095-2950

Philip Hofman

July 1, 2001 - June 30, 2002



Cost: Not to exceed $7,500

To consult on various technology problems with current attendance and testing software at Adult Education Center Adult Education School Administration

11-00000-0-27000-5802-095-2950

Jewish Family Service

October 5, 2001 - June 30, 2002



Cost: Not to exceed $12,159

To provide group/individual counseling for identified students at Grant Elementary, John Adams Middle School and for 9th grade Santa Monica High School Alliance students; consultation and support for teaching and other staff to remove barriers and contribute to students success in the classroom; and to participate regularly the Student Support Network of elementary and middle school providers of counseling and related services, as well as in Alliance Team and Case Management meetings as scheduled Educational Services/ SAMOHI Samohi Alliance $1,828

01-90230-0-38000-10000-5802-015-4150





Safe and Drug Free Schools (SDFS) $4,331

01-37100-0-19150-10000-5802-035-1300



Tobacco Use Prevention Education (TUPE) $6.000

01-66600-0-11100-10000-5802-035-1300

Music Center Education Division

October 4, 2001 - June 30, 2002



Cost: Not to exceed $2,435

To produce five assemblies at Franklin School of music and dance, and to provide students with a breadth of exposure to the performing arts Franklin PTA

01-90150-0-11100-10000-5802-002-4020

RAND Corporation

October 5, 2001 - June 30, 2002



Cost: Not to exceed $4,200

To conduct training and provide materials for selected 9th and 10th grade teachers and counselors at Santa Monica High School in implementation of the Project ALERT prevention curriculum. Project ALERT is currently in place at the middle schools and this would enable the district to provide greater continuity and coherence to substance abuse prevention and therefore move toward greater compliance with federal funding mandates Educational Services Safe and Drug Free Schools

01-37100-0-19150-10000-5802-035-1300

Dona Richwine

July 1, 2001-June 30, 2002



Amount of Increase: $22,000



Total Contract Cost: Not to exceed $22,312.34

Amendment of previous contract approved by the Board 9/6/01 to present cooking demonstration in the classroom and provide nutrition education Food Services Food Services

13-53100-0-00000-37000-5802-057-2570

Suzie Spain

October 5, 2001 - June 30, 2002



Cost: Not to exceed $8,300



To provide weekly substance abuse intervention groups for students and their parents at Santa Monica High School, serving both voluntary families as well as those referred for intervention as required by policy for students identified and/or suspended for issues related to illegal drug, alcohol or tobacco use; to offer two student groups at Lincoln Middle School for students already making or at risk for making unhealthy decisions which adversely affect academic performance, attendance and behavior Educational Services Safe and Drug Free Schools

01-37100-0-19150-10000-5802-035-1300

Venice Family Clinic

October 5, 2001 - June 30, 2002



Cost: Not to exceed $10,000

To provide on-site health, social service and referral to appropriate ongoing care for students at Santa Monica high school one half-day per week. These services are free to Medi-Cal eligible students, as screened and referred by the school nurse. Students may also self-refer. Parental consent is obtained as required by law and Ed. Code Educational Services Health

01-00000-0-11100-31400-5890-030-1300

Will Geer's Theatricum Botanicum

October 4, 2001 - June 30, 2002



Cost: Not to exceed $3,000

To provide each Franklin fifth grade class with twelve weeks' worth of lessons in the production and performance of live drama, with classes on improvisation, stage combat, commedia dell'arte and so on Franklin PTA

01-90150-0-11100-10000-5802-002-4020

Robert Mackin

August 12-14, 2001



Increase contract: $510.00

To cover additional services relative to Site Administrators' Retreat Oxnard 01-00000-0-91000-59000-5802-030-1300























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MAUREEN BRADFORD



RE: AUTHORIZATION FOR PARTICIPATION IN LACOE READING RECOVERY CONTINUING CONTACT COURSE



RECOMMENDATION NO. A.5



It is recommended that the Board of Education authorize the participation of Felicia Lopez in the Reading Recovery Continuing Contact Course during the 2000-01 school year. This course is offered through the Los Angeles County Office of Education, and is designed as an on-going support for teachers who have been trained and certified to teach Reading Recovery. The cost of the course is $1,000.



Funding Information:

Source: General Fund - Restricted

Currently Budgeted: Yes

Account Number: 01-30100-0-11100-10000-5802-035-1300

Description: Consultant - Title I State and Federal \ Projects



Comment: The Reading Recovery Program is a system of early intervention that accelerates the literacy development of first grade children who are having difficulty in beginning reading and writing. It is recognized nationally by educators as one of the most effective programs of its kind. Felicia Lopez is an experienced elementary teacher in the District who has been trained and certified in both the English and Spanish versions of the Reading Recovery Program, and currently serves as Reading Recovery Teacher at Will Rogers School.







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RE: AGREEMENT FOR COMPREHENSIVE MEDIA CONTRACT - INSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY/SERVICES LOS ANGELES COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS



RECOMMENDATION NO. A.6



It is recommended that Board of Education enter into an agreement with the Los Angeles County Office of Education for Comprehensive Media Contract/Instructional Technology Services for the 2001-2002 school year. This agreement would be for a comprehensive contract in an amount not to exceed $$23,223.05



FUNDING INFORMATION

Source: General Fund Unrestricted

Currently Budgeted: Yes for 2001-02

Account Number: 01-00000-0-11100-24200-5620-030-1300

County Contracts - Instructional Media





BACKGROUND INFORMATION

This contract provides a variety of instructional technology and media services to include:



1. Circulating Media Collections



2. Unlimited use of Instructional Television (ITV/RETAC) video series library.



3 a. Rights to tape ITV/RETAC programs off air from KCET.



b. Member Video Library - Rights to borrow ITV/RETAC series tapes and duplicate multiple copies.



c. Video Copy Service - Rights to purchase videotape copies of ITV/RETAC series.



d. Rights to retain tapes for duration of membership.



e. Teacher guides upon request for series granting rights to LACOE.



f. Content specific flyers sent to schools to promote teacher use of the media libraries and services.



g. Multimedia Services/RETAC catalog on CD-ROM, information and ordering online through Internet.







4. Provide Staff Development - Regional workshops upon request utilizing instructional media for effective instruction. Topics include: Making the Most of Your Video Service, Aligning Programming to the California Content Standards, Effective Use Video in the Classroom, Booking Your Orders Online, Designing your video Library, and Video Production in the Classroom



5. Participation in Multimedia Services Advisory Consortium.



6. Use of State-of-the-Art Technology Training Center



7. Use of Reference Center Resources



A fully generated copy of the contract is on file at Fiscal Office, Superintendent's Office, School Libraries and at the office of Educational Services.



























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RE: APPROVAL FOR DISPOSAL/SALE OF SURPLUS EQUIPMENT



RECOMMENDATION NO. A.7



It is recommended that the Board of Education approve the disposal and/or sale of surplus equipment listed below.



COMMENT: All items are obsolete or beyond economic repair. Items will be disposed of in accordance with Educational Code 3952 and 39521.



School Item Make/Model Qty Serial Number Inventory Number
Franklin Upright Piano Hamilton 1 139255 None
Adult Ed Safe Sentury 1 Unknown 07828
Scanner Scantron 1 Unknown 03007
Printer HP Deskjet 500 1 Unknown 03006
Typewriter IBM Selectric 1 Unknown None
Monitors Hyundai Deluxscan 15G 2 Unknown None
Lincoln CPU MAC LC 475 1 B5238R2BL 01546
CPU MAC LC 475 1 B52309N2BL 01547
CPU MAC LC 475 1 B52309X2BL 01551
CPU MAC LC 475 1 B52308Q2BL 01559
CPU MAC LC 475 1 B52308N2BL 01548
CPU MAC LC 475 1 B5230922BL 01552
CPU MAC LC 475 1 B5230962BL 01557
CPU MAC LC 475 1 B52309M2BL 01550
CPU MAC LC 475 1 B52303X2BL 01549
CPU MAC LC 475 1 B5230972BL 01544
CPU MAC LC 475 1 B52309B2BL 01545
CPU MAC LC 475 1 B52308M2BL 01543
CPU MAC LC 475 1 B5230952BL 01533
CPU MAC LC 475 1 B5230A02BL 01534
CPU MAC LC 475 1 B52308P2BL 01528
Lincoln CPU MAC LC 475
1
B52308T2BL
01538
CPU MAC LC 475 1 B52307Y2BL 01530
CPU MAC LC 475 1 B52308Z2BL 01531
CPU MAC LC 475 1 B5230942BL 01536
CPU MAC LC 475 1 Unknown 010235
Printer HP DJ540 1 52Q1G056BE 01067
CPU MAC Classic 1 E0440W4 00421
Food Svcs. Cabinet Unknown 1 None 03426












































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RE: EXTENSION OF LEASE AGREEMENT WITH YWCA OF SANTA MONICA/SAMOHI -- TEEN PARENT TRAINING PROGRAM



RECOMMENDATION NO. A.8



It is recommended that Board of Education enter into an agreement with the YWCA of Santa Monica for the use of its facilities and utilities for a combined fee of $1,100 per month for the period beginning September 1, 2001 through June 30, 2002



FUNDING INFORMATION

Source: General Restricted Fund

Currently Budgeted: Yes

Account Number: 01-60920-0-85000-10000-5630-030-1300

01-60920-0-85000-10000-5550-030-1300

Rent & Leases/Calsafe and Utilities/Calsafe





BACKGROUND INFORMATION

The Samohi Teen Parent Training Program has previously leased this facility to accommodate the need for additional space to support this program. This is an extension of the current lease and will cost $900 per month for the lease and $200 per month for utilities. Funding for this lease space has come from several sources including a joint service agreement with Connections for Children, CAL Learn, State subsidy, and fund raising.













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RE: PERMIT TO USE CIVIC AUDITORIUM FACILITIES



RECOMMENDATION NO. A.9



It is recommended that the Board of Education approve Permit #5758, agreement with the City of Santa Monica for the use of the authorized premises of the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium for a total fee not to exceed $10,500. This fee includes equipment, labor and services provided by the Civic Auditorium.



FUNDING INFORMATION

SOURCE: GENERAL FUND RESTRICTED

CURRENTLY BUDGETED: YES

ACCOUNT NUMBER: 01-90120-0-17300-10000-5630-030-1300

DESCRIPTION: RENT & LEASE/STAIRWAY/CURRICULUM-IMC



BACKROUND INFORMATION

This agreement is made between the City of Santa Monica ("the City") and the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District ("Permittee")

Company: Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District

Representative: Tom Whaley

Address: 1638-17th Street

City, State, Zip: Santa Monica, CA 90404

Business Phone: 310-450-8338, x287



to use and occupy the authorized premises described below, on the date(s) and time(s) described, for the activities and at the rental described as follows:



EVENT TITLE: STAIRWAY OF THE STARS

AUTHORIZED PREMISES: Main Hall and East Wing

DAY DATE TIME ACTIVITY RENTAL
Wednesday 3/20/2002 12:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. Move-in/rehearsal
Thursday 3/21/2002 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Rehearsal
Thursday 3/21/2002 7:30 p.m. - 10:30 p.m. Event $WAIVED
Friday 3/22/2002 7:30 p.m. - 10:30 p.m. Event
Friday 3/22/2002 10:30 p.m. - 12 Midnight Move-out

Total Base Rental $WAIVED

PER RESOLUTION CCS 3579



Event Time: Thursday and Friday, March 21 & 22, 2002 at 7:30 p.m.



A copy of contract is available at Fiscal Services, Insurance Office and Educational Services



































































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RE: APPROVAL OF PURCHASE ORDERS



RECOMMENDATION NO. A.10


It is recommended that the Board of Education approve the following Purchase Orders and Changed Purchase Orders from September 12. 2001, through September 25, 2001 for fiscal year 2000/01.





















































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RE: CONFERENCE AND TRAVEL APPROVAL/RATIFICATION

RECOMMENDATION NO. A.11


It is recommended that the Board of Education approve/ratify the following Requests for Absence on District Business (Conference and Travel) forms.



COMMENTS: Entries are alphabetical, by employee last name. In addition to the employee's name and site/location, each entry contains the following information: name, location and date (s) of the conference, complete account code, fund and program names, and the total estimated cost as provided by the site administrator.

The average cost for substitute teachers is $130/day. This figure is furnished for informational purposes and does not reflect the actual amount paid for an individual substitute.)





NAME

SITE

Account Number

Fund - Program Number

CONFERENCE NAME

LOCATION

DATE (S)

COST

ESTIMATE

CANNELL, Steve

Educational Services

01-72600-0-11100-10000-5220- 035-1300 General Fund -

Resource: SIP K-6



01-72800-0-11100-10000-5220- 035-1300 General Fund -

Resource: BTSA



01-72800-0-11100-10000-5220- 035-1300 General Fund -

Resource: BTSA



01-72800-0-11100-10000-5220- 035-1300 General Fund -

Resource: BTSA

CAASFEP 2001 Fall Conference

San Diego, CA

October 17 - 19, 2001







BTSA Statewide Directors' Meeting

San Diego, CA

October 24 - 25, 2001



Calif. Council on Teacher Education

San Diego, CA

October 25 - 27, 2001



CFASST Cluster Training

Sacramento, CA

October 29 - 30, 2001

$1,000.00









$400.00







$400.00







$500.00

DEASY, John

Superintendent

01-00000-0-00000-72000-5220-020-1200 General Fund -

Function: Other Genl. Admin.

Breakfast Meeting

Santa Monica, CA

August 3, 2001

$38.67



DRESHER, Sue

Samohi

No Cost to District

Smaller Learning Communities Evaluation

La Mirada, CA

October 2, 2001

0
HOLMES, Beth

Personnel Services

01-00000-0-00000-72000-5220-025-1250 General Fund -

Function: Other Genl. Admin.

CRS, Inc./SubFinder Regional User Group Meeting

Ontario, CA

October 18, 2001

$100.00
HYATT, Virginia

Purchasing

01-00000-0-00000-72000-5220-055-2550 General Fund -

Function: Other Genl. Admin.

Conserving Energy & Reducing Costs in School Facilities

El Monte, CA

October 15, 2001

$175.00
JAGO, Carol

Samohi

No Cost to District

UCI Writing Project Conference

Irvine, CA

December 12, 2001

Sub Only

(to be paid by CRLP/UCLA)

KOVARIC, Linda

Samohi

No Cost to District



01-90140-0-11100-41000-5220- 015-4150 General Fund -

Resource: Reimbursed by ASB

Smaller Learning Communities

La Mirada, CA

October 2, 2001



AP Workshop

La Jolla, CA

November 17, 2001

0





$125.00



McKECHNIE, Ann

Samohi

01-71000-0-11100-10000-5220-015-4150 General Fund -

Resource: Educ. Tech - Digital High School



No Cost to District

Tech Ed 2001

Ontario, CA

March 25 - 28, 2001









California School Library Assn.

Long Beach, CA

November 1 - 2, 2001

$181.00











Sub Only

ROSTEN, Anne

Olympic High School

01-43100-0-38000-10000-5220-014-4140 General Fund -

Resource: School to Work

GLACP Retreat

Oxnard, CA

September 29 - October 1, 2001

$100.00
SEIDEN, Jessica

Educational Services

01-72800-0-11100-10000-5220-035-1300 General Fund -

Resource: BTSA

CFASST Year 2 Program Trainers

Commerce, CA

October 3 - 4, 2001

$100.00
TARBELL, Cynthia

Insurance Services

01-00000-0-00000-72000-5220-045-2511 General Fund -

Function: Other Genl. Admin.

SLIM-Worker's Compensation Meeting

Glendale, CA

September 13, 2001

$25.00
TRUSKEY, Wendy

Prop X/Business

21-00000-0-00000-72000-5220-098-2605 General Fund -

Resource: Facilities Acquisition & Construction

Accounting & Recordkeeping for School Construction Projects

Downey, CA

October 31, 2001

$152.00
VACA, Jesus

Educational Services

01-91230-0-19200-10000-5220-059-1500 General Fund -

Resource: City of Santa Monica/Multicultural Progr.



01-91230-0-19200-10000-5220-059-1500 General Fund -

Resource: City of Santa Monica/Multicultural Progr.

LACOE Bilingual Directors Assn

Downey, CA

September 28 through June 30, 2002









3rd Annual Standards-Based Eval. & Account. Inst. for English Learners & Immigrant Students

Santa Barbara, CA

December 2 - 4, 2001

$200.00











$300.00

WHALEY, Tom

Educational Services

01-70180-0-17000-10000-5220-035-1300 General Fund -

Resource: MAP

Model Arts Program Network Meeting

Sacramento, CA

September 24 - 25, 2001

$500.00

Adjustments

(Preapproved expenses 10% in excess of approved costs that must be approved by Board)

(Changes in Personnel Attendance)

NONE

Group Conference and Travel: In-State

* a complete list of conference participants is on file in the Department of Fiscal Services

SITE GOVERNANCE COUNCIL

36 Staff Members

Samohi

01-00000-0-11100-10000-5220-015-4150 General Fund -

Function: Instruction

Site Governance Council Retreat

Manhattan Beach, CA

August 24 - 25, 2001

$7,000.00
CANNELL, Steve

+ 2 Additional Staff

Educational Services

01-72800-0-11100-10000-5220-035-1300 General Fund -

Resource: BTSA

BTSA Cluster 4 Directors' Meeting

Valencia, CA

September 25 - 26, 2001

$1,100.00



MELLY, Kim

ROACH, J. Wade

Fiscal Services

01-00000-0-00000-72000-5220-051-2510 General Fund -

Function: Other Genl. Admin.

Pupil Attendance Accounting

Ontario, CA

October 2, 2001

$175.00 $210.00
CANNELL, Steve

+ 3 Additional Staff

Educational Services

01-72710-0-11100-10000-5220-035-1300 General Fund -

Resource: CPARP

CTA Consulting Teachers/Panel Member Conference

Woodland Hills, CA

October 8 - 9, 2001

$1,355.56

+ Sub

DEMUTH, Rick

KAMIBAYASHI, Terry

Facilities Maintenance

01-81500-0-00000-81100-5220-061-2602 General Fund -

Resource: Ongoing and Major Maintenance

Contracts, Construction & the Law

Downey, CA

October 22, 2001

$139.00

$139.00

DEWAR, Ruth

+ 2 Additional Staff

John Muir Elementary

01-41100-0-11100-10000-5220-005-4050 General Fund -

Resource: IASA Title VI

California Reading Association

Ontario, CA

November 8 - 10, 2001

$550.00

Out-of-State Conferences: Individual

HIPOLITO, Emma

Samohi

01-73150-0-00000-21400-5220-015-4150 General Fund -

Resource: Staff Dev (CPDP)

National Conference for College Admission Counseling

San Antonio, TX

September 19 - 27, 2001

$425.00

Out-of-State Conferences: Group

NONE
































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RE: ACCEPTANCE OF GIFTS



RECOMMENDATION NO. A.12



It is recommended that the Board of Education accept, with gratitude, checks and gifts totaling $49,960.12 presented to the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District.



It is further recommended that the Fiscal/Business Services Office, in accordance with Educational Code 42602, be authorized to increase the 2001-2002 income and appropriations by $48,660.12

as described on the attached listing.



COMMENT: The value of all non-cash gifts has been determined by the donors.



Also attached for informational purposes is a report itemizing Cumulative Totals of Gifts and Donations for Fiscal Year 2001-2002.































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RE: CERTIFICATED PERSONNEL - Elections, Separations



RECOMMENDATION NO. A.13


ELECTIONS



ADDITIONAL ASSIGNMENTS



Name/Location Rate Effective Not to Exceed



ADAMS

Cady, Linda 200 hrs @$34.90 9/5/01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$6980

TOTAL ESTABLISHED HOURLY $6,980

Comment: Science Magnet Coordinator

01-Unrestricted Resource, Science Magnet



Jacobs, Eddy 8 hrs @$34.90 10/15/01-10/24/01 Est Hrly/$279

TOTAL ESTABLISHED HOURLY $279

Comment: Teach Technology Class for SMMUSD Staff

01-Unrestricted Resource, Educational Technology



Jacobs, Eddy 24 hrs @$34.90 08/20/01-08/22/01 Est Hrly/$838

TOTAL ESTABLISHED HOURLY $838

Comment: Teach Technology Class for SMMUSD Staff

01-Unrestricted Resource, Educational Technology



Dempsey, Juliet 12 hrs @$34.90 8/27 & 28/01 Est Hrly/$419

TOTAL ESTABLISHED HOURLY $419

Comment: Prepare library for opening of school

01-School Improvement Prog,K-6



Avedian, Ray 48 hrs @$34.90 9/5/01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$1675

Brown, Dan 48 hrs @$34.90 9/5/01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$1675

Cady, Linda 48 hrs @$34.90 9/5/01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$1675

Frumovitz, Alex 48 hrs @$34.90 9/5/01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$1675

Gray, Shana 48 hrs @$34.90 9/5/01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$1675

Mikulak, Tracy 48 hrs @$34.90 9/5/01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$1675

Moore, Jon 48 hrs @$34.90 9/5/01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$1675

Post, Joel 48 hrs @$34.90 9/5/01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$1675

Steinmetz, Brigitte 48 hrs @$34.90 9/5/01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$1675

TOTAL ESTABLISHED HOURLY $15,075

Comment: After school Science Magnet Seminars

01-Unrestricted Resource, Science Magnet



Frumovitz, Alex $400 Stipend 9/7-9/01 Stipend/$400

Lang, Justine $400 Stipend 9/7-9/01 Stipend/$400

Mikulak, Tracy $400 Stipend 9/7-9/01 Stipend/$400

Post, Joel $400 Stipend 9/7-9/01 Stipend/$400

Sato, Glenn $400 Stipend 9/7-9/01 Stipend/$400

Scotland, Alva $400 Stipend 9/7-9/01 Stipend/$400

TOTAL STIPENDS $2,400

Comment: Chaperone 6th Grade Science Enrichment Trip to Catalina

01-Unrestricted Resource, Science Magnet



Dipley, Jeri 183 periods @$49.56 9/01-6/02 Own Hrly/$9069

Hart, Matthew 183 periods @$36.22 9/01-6/02 Own Hrly/$6,628

Palmer, Dorothy 183 periods @$71.23 9/01-6/02 Own Hrly/$13,035

Ramirez, Luis 183 periods @$57.15 9/01-6/02 Own Hrly/$10,458

Shockley, Walter 183 periods @$70.03 9/01-6/02 Own Hrly/$12,815

Washington, Ted 183 periods @$70.03 9/01-6/02 Own Hrly/$12,815

Whitaker, Cathie 183 periods @$70.03 9/01-6/02 Own Hrly/$12,815

TOTAL OWN HOURLY $77,635

Comment: Teaching an Extra Period

01-Unrestricted Resource,Reg Ed K-12



CHILD DEVELOPMENT SERVICES

Brown, Victoria 184 hrs @$20.50 8/1/01-8/31/01 Own Hrly/$3772

Patton, Roxanna 184 hrs @$18.22 8/1/01-8/31/01 Own Hrly/$3352

Vega-Johnson, Leticia 184 hrs @$17.37 8/1/01-8/31/01 Own Hrly/$3196

TOTAL OWN HOURLY $10,320

Comment: CDS Programs Operating During the Summer

12-CD:State Prschool (GCTR)-44%

12-Head Start Model 1-56%



Sanchez, Kelly 24 hrs @$13.95 8/27/01-8/30/01 Own Hrly/$335

TOTAL OWN HOURLY $335

Comment: Children's Center Teacher-CALSAFE/Santa Monica High School

01-Cal Safe Child Care Development



EDUCATIONAL SERVICES

Gitter, Randall 2000 hrs @$34.90 9/01-9/02 Est Hrly/$69,800

TOTAL ESTABLISHED HOURLY $69,800

Comment: Teach Title I students @St. Annes

01-IASA:Title I Basic-LW Inc/Neg



Hanson-Booker, Denise 65 hrs @$34.90 6/26/01-8/10/01 Est Hrly/$2269

TOTAL ESTABLISHED HOURLY $2,269

Comment: Create and inquiry based professional development on effective reading Strategies and Parent Outreach

01-Mega-Item Growth and Cola



GRANT ELEMENTARY

Raymond, Jeanette 630 hrs @$34.90 8/31/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$21,987

TOTAL ESTABLISHED HOURLY $21,987

Comment: Provide ELD instruction, administer EL proficiency test and

determine placement

01-Economic Impact Aid, Bilingual



LINCOLN

Asgharzadeh, Rozita 80 hrs @$34.90 9/5/01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$2792

Klein, Marie Claire 200 hrs @$34.90 9/5/01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$6980

TOTAL ESTABLISHED HOURLY $9,772

Comment: Extended Library Hours

01-Unrestricted Resource, Reg Educ K-12



DiLeo, Greg 24 hrs @$34.90 8/21/01-8/23/01 Est Hrly/$838

TOTAL ESTABLISHED HOURLY $838

Comment: Teach Technology Class for SMMUSD Staff

01-Unrestricted Resource, Educational Technology



MALIBU HIGH

DiMercurio, Joseph 420 hrs @$34.90 9/5/01-6/21/01 Est Hrly/$14,658

TOTAL ESTABLISHED HOURLY $14,658

Comment: After School Library Hours

01-Unrestricted Resource, Regular Education K-12



DiMercurio, Joseph $1,000 Stipend 7/2/01-8/3/01 Stipend/$1000

TOTAL STIPEND $1,000

Comment: Summer School-Administrative Responsibilities

01-Gifted/Talented Educ (GATE)



Eicks, Lorinda 6 hrs @$34.90 8/29/01-9/30/01 Est Hrly/$209

Erb, Julie 6 hrs @$34.90 8/29/01-9/30/01 Est Hrly/$209

Harvey, Victoria 6 hrs @$34.90 8/29/01-9/30/01 Est Hrly/$209

Hoos, JuliaCheri 6 hrs @$34.90 8/29/01-9/30/01 Est Hrly/$209

Husney, Andee 6 hrs @$34.90 8/29/01-9/30/01 Est Hrly/$209

Lanza, Katy 6 hrs @$34.90 8/29/01-9/30/01 Est Hrly/$209

Leonard, Brigette 6 hrs @$34.90 8/29/01-9/30/01 Est Hrly/$209

Thacker, William 6 hrs @$34.90 8/29/01-9/30/01 Est Hrly/$209

TOTAL ESTABLISHED HOURLY $1,672

Comment: Summer MS Language Arts in-service meeting

01-School Improvement Prog, K-6



Bixler, William 183 periods @$51.93 9/05/01-6/21/02 Own Hrly/$9,503

Bream, Gene 183 periods @$71.23 9/05/01-6/21/02 Own Hrly/$13,035

Schellkopf, Nancy 183 periods @$64.80 9/05/01-6/21/02 Own Hrly/$11,858

Tucker, Jack 183 periods @$43.35 9/05/01-6/21/02 Own Hrly/$7,933

TOTAL OWN HOURLY $42,329

Comment: 6th period assignment

01-Unrestricted Resource, Reg Ed K-12



D'Agostino, Joan 183 periods @$31.93 9/05/01-6/21/02 Own Hrly/$5,843

Eicks, Dale 183 periods @$35.02 9/05/01-6/21/02 Own Hrly/$6,409

TOTAL OWN HOURLY $12,252

Comment: Sharing 6th period assignment

01-Unrestricted Resource, Reg Ed K-12



MCKINLEY ELEMENTARY

Bannatyne, Elaine 20 hrs @$34.90 9/5-01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$698

Burdick, Amy 20 hrs @$34.90 9/5-01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$698

Curry, Ed 20 hrs @$34.90 9/5-01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$698

Duran, Concepcion 20 hrs @$34.90 9/5-01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$698

Galvan, Janine 20 hrs @$34.90 9/5-01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$698

Herman, Melissa 20 hrs @$34.90 9/5-01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$698

Horowitz, Jill 20 hrs @$34.90 9/5-01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$698

Hovest, Christine 20 hrs @$34.90 9/5-01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$698

Johnson, Susan 20 hrs @$34.90 9/5-01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$698

Keller, Joyce 20 hrs @$34.90 9/5-01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$698

Korshak, Andrea 20 hrs @$34.90 9/5-01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$698

McCraw, Renee 20 hrs @$34.90 9/5-01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$698

Mercy, Dana 20 hrs @$34.90 9/5-01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$698

Minder, Melissa 20 hrs @$34.90 9/5-01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$698

Moore, LaShawn 20 hrs @$34.90 9/5-01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$698

Plasencia, Rachel 20 hrs @$34.90 9/5-01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$698

Soumu, Susan 20 hrs @$34.90 9/5-01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$698

TOTAL ESTABLISHSED HOURLY $11,866

Comment: Parent-Teacher Involvement

01-Gifts, Regular Education K-12



Light, Lindsay 30 hrs @$34.90 9/5/01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$1047

Ruiz, Jaimee 30 hrs @$34.90 9/5/01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$1047

Sanschagrin, Marc 30 hrs @$34.90 9/5/01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$1047

TOTAL ESTABLISHED HOURLY $3,141

Comment: Parent-Teacher Involvement

01-Gifts, Regular Education K-12



King, Kerri 50 hrs @$34.90 8/25/01-9/21/02 Est Hrly/$1745

Nordberg, Karrie 50 hrs @$34.90 8/25/01-9/21/02 Est Hrly/$1745

Spondike, Jessica 50 hrs @$34.90 8/25/01-9/21/02 Est Hrly/$1745

Talbott, Debbie 50 hrs @$34.90 8/25/01-9/21/02 Est Hrly/$1745

Taslimi, Laila 50 hrs @$34.90 8/25/01-9/21/02 Est Hrly/$1745

Wetmore, Elayne 50 hrs @$34.90 8/25/01-9/21/02 Est Hrly/$1745

TOTAL ESTABLISHED HOURLY $10,470

Comment: Parent-Teacher Involvement

01-Gifts, Regular Education K-12



ROP

Jeffries, Jane 10 hrs @$34.90 9/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$349

TOTAL ESTABLISHED HOURLY $349

Comment: Administer TB test to ROP EMT students

01-ROC/P Apportionment



SANTA MONICA HIGH SCHOOL

Karyadi, Adrienne 40 hrs @$34.90 8/1/01-8/31/01 Est Hrly/$1396

TOTAL ESTABLISHED HOURLY $1,396

Comment: Testing and Placement of ELD students

01-Engl Lang/Intens Literary Prog



Bart-Bell, Dana 252 hrs @$34.90 9/5/01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$8795

Garcia, Veronica 252 hrs @$34.90 9/5/01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$8795

Jimenez, Jaime 252 hrs @$34.90 9/5/01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$8795

McKechnie, Anne 252 hrs @$34.90 9/5/01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$8795

Wells, Leslie 252 hrs @$34.90 9/5/01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$8795

TOTAL ESTABLISHED HOURLY $43,975

Comment: Unrestricted Resources, Reg Ed K-12



Gleason, Beverly 50 hrs @$34.90 7/1/01-8/31/01 Est Hrly/$1745

TOTAL ESTABLISHED HOURLY $1,745

Comment: Math Testing & Placement

01-Stf Dev:Sch Dev Plans(CPDP)



Black, Mark 183 periods @$59.30 9/05/01-6/21/02 Own Hrly/$10,852

Gaida, Ingo 183 periods @$58.36 9/05/01-6/21/02 Own Hrly/$10,670

Haskin, Glendar 183 periods @$42.88 9/05/01-6/21/02 Own Hrly/$7,847

Herrera, David 176 periods @$40.02 9/12/01-6/21/02 Own Hrly/$7,044

Jimenez, Jaime 183 periods @$71.23 9/05/01-6/21/02 Own Hrly/$13,035

Lacy, Norman 183 periods @$63.59 9/05/01-6/21/02 Own Hrly/$11,637

Lamagna, Brian 176 periods @$64.80 9/12/01-6/21/02 Own Hrly/$11,405

Paul, Carmen 183 periods @$63.59 9/05/01-6/21/02 Own Hrly/$11,637

Rubin, Mary 183 periods @$54.56 9/05/01-6/21/02 Own Hrly/$9,984

Salumbides, Roseann 183 periods @$44.31 9/05/01-6/21/02 Own Hrly/$8,109

Skaggs, Debbie 183 periods @$53.35 9/05/01-6/21/02 Own Hrly/$9,763

Wexler, Linda 183 periods @$65.74 9/05/01-6/21/02 Own Hrly/$12,030

TOTAL OWN HOURLY $124,013

Comment: Sixth Period Assignments

01-Unrestricted Resource,Reg Educ K-12



STUDENT SERVICES

Demerjian, Lisa 4 days @$418.85 7/2/01-7/20/01 Own Daily/$1675

TOTAL OWN DAILY $1,675

Comment: Administrator for Summer School

01-Special Education,Unspecified-50%

01-Spec Ed:Idea Presch Prog Spec-50%

WEBSTER ELEMENTARY

Hines, Diane 745 hrs @$34.90 9/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$26,000

TOTAL ESTABLISHED HOURLY $26,000

Comment: Teaching Art Enrichment in Grades K-5

01-Reimbursed by PTA, Reg Educ K-12



HOURLY TEACHERS



ADULT EDUCATION

Allen, Toni 798 hrs @$39.10 9/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$31,202

Hammond, P. 798 hrs @$39.10 9/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$31,202

Jago, Carol 798 hrs @$39.10 9/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$31,202

Levin, Peri 798 hrs @$39.10 9/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$31,202

Porter, Lynne 798 hrs @$39.10 9/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$31,202

Stroud, Ruth 798 hrs @$39.10 9/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$31,202

Thobe, Chris 798 hrs @$39.10 9/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$31,202

TOTAL ESTABLISHED HOURLY $218,414

Comment: ABE Teachers

11-Unrestricted Resource, Reg Educ Adult



Baskin, Alla 798 hrs @$39.10 9/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$31,202

Olsheim, Glen 798 hrs @$39.10 9/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$31,202

Powers, Sharon 798 hrs @$39.10 9/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$31,202

Sakurai, Elizabeth 798 hrs @$39.10 9/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$31,202

Stark, Joe 798 hrs @$39.10 9/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$31,202

Zarky, Ella 798 hrs @$39.10 9/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$31,202

TOTAL ESTABLISHED HOURLY $187,212

Comment: CBET Teachers

01-Community-Based Engl Tutor Prg, Reg Educ Adult



Afable, Elaine 798 hrs @$39.10 9/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$31,202

Amsberry, Adrian 798 hrs @$39.10 9/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$31,202

Demello, Flavia 798 hrs @$39.10 9/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$31,202

Doran, Marianne 798 hrs @$39.10 9/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$31,202

Easton, Julie 798 hrs @$39.10 9/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$31,202

Hernandez, Lisa 798 hrs @$39.10 9/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$31,202

Jahre, Diana 798 hrs @$39.10 9/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$31,202

Karadenes, Mark 798 hrs @$39.10 9/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$31,202

Landa, Belle 798 hrs @$39.10 9/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$31,202

Large, Anabella 798 hrs @$39.10 9/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$31,202

Nikcevic, Veronica 798 hrs @$39.10 9/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$31,202

Olins, Sheila 798 hrs @$39.10 9/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$31,202

Pourtonen, Tina 798 hrs @$39.10 9/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$31,202

Tidwell, Athena 798 hrs @$39.10 9/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$31,202

Zax, Kelley 798 hrs @$39.10 9/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$31,202

TOTAL ESTABLISHED HOURLY $468,030

Comment: ESL Teachers

11-Unrestricted Resource, Reg Educ Adult



Alczar, Jose 798 hrs @$39.10 9/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$31,202

Hernandez, Patricia 798 hrs @$39.10 9/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$31,202

Stark, Joe 798 hrs @$39.10 9/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$31,202

TOTAL ESTABLISHED HOURLY $93,606

Comment: Priority 1,2,3 Teachers

11-Adult Ed: Priority 1,2 and 3



Duran-Valian,

Concepcion 798 hrs @$39.10 9/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$31,202

Levin, Peri 798 hrs @$39.10 9/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$31,202

TOTAL ESTABLISHED HOURLY $62,404

Comment: Civics Teachers

11-PL105-22 Engl Literacy/Civics



STUDENT SERVICES

Cairns, John Hrs as needed @$34.90 9/5/01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$ - -

Goldsmith, Otis Hrs as needed @$34.90 9/5/01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$ - -

Jones, Jeffrey Hrs as needed @$34.90 9/5/01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$ - -

Lezak-Rubell, Kay Hrs as needed @$34.90 9/5/01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$ - -

Oatway, Bruce Hrs as needed @$34.90 9/5/01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$ - -

Sachs, Edward Hrs as needed @$34.90 9/5/01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$ - -

Saenz, Debbie Hrs as needed @$34.90 9/5/01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$ - -

Santiago, Joan Hrs as needed @$34.90 9/5/01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$ - -

TOTAL ESTABLISHED HOURLY $ - -

Comment: Home Instructor

01-Unrestricted Resource, Home/Hospital Instruction

TOTAL STIPENDS, OWN HOURLY, AND ESTABLISHED HOURLY = $1,545,154



SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS

Effective

ADULT EDUCATION

(@$39.10/hour)

McClure, Michael 9/1/01-6/30/02

Roth, Eric 9/1/01-6/30/02

Taub, Howard 9/1/01-6/30/02



REGULAR DAY-TO-DAY SUBSTITUTE

(@$118 Daily Rate)

Gottesman, Judith 9/11/01

Hardcastle, Krista 9/10/01

Hutchinson, Catherine 9/10/01

Jacob, Lori 9/21/01

Judson, Marilyn 9/21/01

Mitock, Danielle 9/13/01

Mueller, Nina 9/12/01

Rolston, Nicholas 9/13/01

Villalia, Jorge 9/20/01

Wechsler, Laura 9/05/01

LONG-TERM STUBSTITUTES

(@$180 Daily Rate)

Belonis, Susan 9/05/01

Winkenhower, E. 9/05/01



PREFERRED SUBSTITUTES

(@$139 Daily Rate)

Bon, Nancy 9/5/01

Matthewson, Stephanie 9/05/01

Miyoshi, Melina 9/17/01

Nao, Kim 9/11/01

Scott, Loren 9/5/01

Serbin, Carole 9/10/01

Wiedlin, Meg 9/15/01



CHANGE IN ASSIGNMENT



Name/Assignment

Location Effective

Acosta, Georgene 8/31/01-6/21/02

SAMOHI/English

From: 100%

To: 80%









Alexander, Lori 8/31/01-6/21/02

Roosevelt

From: 100%

To: 50%



Arrant, Rodney 8/31/01-6/21/02

Malibu High/Drama

From: 100%

To: 60%



Bisson, Amy 8/31/01-6/21/02

SAMOHI/Social Science

From: 100%

To: 80%



Boer-Palmer, Desiree 8/31/01

SAMOHI/School Nurse

From: 40%

To: 100% [replacing M. Hirsh]



Brehm, Kristy 8/31/01-6/21/02

Adams

From: Samohi-English

To: Adams-Language Arts



Cady, Pat 8/31/01-6/30/02

SAMOHI/U.S. History

From: 100%

To: 80%



Chapman, Marguerite 8/31/01-6/21/02

SAMOHI/Life Science

From: 80%

To: 100%



Clark, Jennifer 8/31/01-6/21/02

Malibu High/French

From: 80%

To: 100%



Collatos, Tony 8/31/01-6/21/02

SAMOHI/Social Science

From: 40%

To: 10%



Daws, Tracy 8/31/01-6/21/02

Adams

From: Grant-5th Gr

To: Adams-Humanities



Ferrell, Peggy 8/31/01-6/21/02

Franklin/2nd-3rd Comb

From: 20%

To: 60% [sharing job with Leininger]



Glass, Susan 8/31/01-6/21/02

Cabrillo

From: 20%

To: 40%





Gonzalez, Gabriela 9/4/01-6/21/02

McKinley/RSP

From: Franklin-SDC

To: McKinley-RSP



Hollander, Christine 8/31/01-6/21/02

Pt Dume

From: 100%

To: 50% [job share with K. Verham]



Hubbell, Mary 8/31/01

SMASH

From: 100%-Acting Principal

To: 50%-6/7/8 Gr

50%-RSP



Jessie, Jennifer 9/12/01-6/21/02

SAMOHI/Physical and Life Science

From: 100%

To: 80%

King, Brandy 8/31/01

Roosevelt

From: Special Ed-Elem Reading

To: 2nd Grade [replacing M. Miyoshi]



Leininger, Joy 8/31/01-6/21/02

Franklin/2nd-3rd Comb

From: 100%

To: 60% [sharing job with P. Ferrell]



Leithold, Louis 8/31/01-6/21/02

Malibu High/Math

From: 60%

To: 20%



Mercier, Alisha 9/1/01-6/21/02

Muir

From: 30%-CDS Floater

To: 50%-CDS Muir



Morn, Laura 8/31/01-6/21/02

Roosevelt/Olympic

From: 50%

To: 70%



Niemi, Charlene 8/31/01-6/21/02

Roosevelt

From: 60%

To: 80%



Nitti, Anna 8/31/01-6/21/02

Roosevelt

From: Muir-Miller Unruh

To: Roosevelt-5th gr [replacing L. Warner]



Nix, Marcia 8/31/01-6/21/02

Webster

From: Sp Ed Elem Reading

To: Webster 2nd Gr



O'Brien, Lourdes 8/31/01-6/22/02

Adams

From: Grant-5th Gr

To: Adams-Math



Park, Peter 8/31/01-6/21/02

Lincoln/Orchestra

From: 95%

To: 100%



Reichle, Tisha 8/31/01-6/21/02

SAMOHI/English

From: 80%

To: 100%



Scheding, Jill 8/31/01-6/21/02

Cabrillo

From: Ed Services-BTSA Teacher

To: Cabrillo-4th Gr



Taslimi, Laila 8/31/01-6/21/02

McKinley/2nd

From: 100%

To: 80% [job sharing with J. Horowitz]



Wechsler, Laura 8/31/01-6/21/02

Roosevelt

From: 100%

To: 50%



Whitman, Angela 8/31/01-6/21/02

Pt Dume/3rd

From: 100%

To: 50% [job share with Mackey]

Young, Frances 8/31/01-6/21/02

Lincoln/Art

From: 50%

To: 60%



CONTINUING ASSIGNMENT



Name/Assignment

Location

Levy-Marazzi, Nancy

Scheer, Susan

[Continuing 80% assignment with S. Glass]

Snyder, Julia

[Continuing 80% assignment wiht Mehring]

PROBATIONARY CONTRACTS



Name/Assignment Not to

Location Exceed Effective

Austin, Heather 100% 8/31/01

Adams/Language Arts [replacing L. Scott]

Mills, Robin 80% 9/17/01

Student Svcs/Reading Specialist [replacing B. King]



TEMPORARY CONTRACTS



Name/Assignment Not to

Location Exceed Effective

Frymyer, Heather 100% 8/31/01-6/21/02

Cabrillo/4th Gr [new position]



Hoos, Julia 40% 8/31/01-6/21/02

Malibu High [new position]



Jaye, Susan 68.75% 9/18/01-6/21/02

CDS



Kirk, Diana 100% 8/31/01-6/21/02

SMASH/3-4-5 [replacing M. Hubbell]



Mackey, Tammy 50% 8/31/01-6/21/02

Pt Dume/3rd [replacing A. Whitman]



Manning, Marilyn 100% 9/10/01-6/21/02

Malibu High/Speech Therapist [replacing T. Holmstrom]



Mandujano, Carmen 50% 9/4/01-6/21/02

Rogers/CDS [replacing L. Samimi]



Mehring, Patricia 100% 8/31/01-6/21/02

Cabrillo



Mimoun, Ilyse 40% 9/13/01-6/21/02

SAMOHI/English



Stacey, Leslie 100% 8/31/01-6/21/02

Student Services/Reading Specialist [replacing M. Nix]



Wintner, Lisa 66.67% 8/31/01-6/21/02

Cabrillo/Pt Dume/Webster-ELD Instructor

LEAVES OF ABSENCE (with pay)



Name/Assignment

Location Effective

Gonzalez, Yolanda 9/1/01-11/12/01

CDS [maternity]



Loopesko, Lorna 9/17/01-12/01/01

JAMS [medical]



Miyoshi, Melina 8/31/01-9/19/01

Roosevelt [family]



LEAVES OF ABSENCE (without pay)



Name/Assignment

Location Effective

Miyoshi, Melina 8/31/01-9/19/01

Roosevelt [personal]



RESIGNATIONS

Name/Location Effective

Callaway, Melissa 6/22/01

Rogers

Eisner, Tracy 6/30/01

CDS

Miller, Harold 9/5/01

CDS

Murcia, Julio 10/15/01

SAMOHI

Velasquez, Sylvia 6/30/01

CDS



































































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RE: APPROVAL OF BUDGET ADJUSTMENT OF ADDITIONAL STAFFING AT

JOHN ADAMS MIDDLE SCHOOL



RECOMMENDATION NO. A.14



It is recommended that the Board of Education approve a budget adjustment not to exceed $22,020, to add .40 teacher FTE to the John Adams Middle School staff for the 2001-02 school year.





Funding Information

Source: General Fund/Unrestricted

Budgeted: No

Account #: 01-00000-0-11100-100000-1110-011-1501

Description: Teacher Salaries





COMMENT: Due to higher than projected enrollment at John Adams Middle School, an additional .40 teachers are needed to meet the demand and maintain class sizes within proper limits. JAMS is currently operating with 46 students over the budgeted enrollment projection for 2001-02.





















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RE: CERTIFICATED ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENT

PSYCHOLOGIST/SPECIAL EDUCATION/STUDENT SERVICES



RECOMMENDATION NO. A.15



It is recommended that the Board of Education approve the following certificated administrative appointment:



Maria Rogers

Psychologist/Special Education/Student Services















































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RE: SPECIAL SERVICES EMPLOYEES



RECOMMENDATION NO. A.16


It is recommended that the following Special Services Employee contracts be approved in accordance with District policies and salary schedules and be assigned pursuant to BP 4102. Funding for the positions listed are included in the 2001/02 budget.



ELECTIONS

Not to

Name/Location Exceed Effective Rate



Carter, Ralph $8,000 9/01/01-6/30/02 $800/mo

Malibu High School, assist instructor and students with performance skill and techniques; work with students in song-writing class

FUNDING: 01-00000-0-17100-10000-2917-010-1501-100%

Unrestricted Resource,Inst Music

Coursey, Pierre $20,000 9/01/01-6/30/02 $35/hr

Cabrillo Elementary, computer maintenance and repair

on site

FUNDING: 01-72600-0-11100-10000-2917-017-1501-100%

School Improvement Prog, K-6



Coursey, Pierre $20,700 9/04/01-6/30/02 $35/hr

Pt Dume Marine Science, general network support management and technical support to include Windows NT 4.0 server support and management; workstation support; hardware and software upgrade and trouble shooting; assisting with technology in-service training for teachers and admin staff

FUNDING: 01-90150-0-11100-10000-2917-019-1501-70%

Reimbursed by PTA,Reg Educ K-12

01-91220-0-19100-24200-2917-019-1501-15%

Local Parcel Tax,Educational Technology

01-00000-0-19100-24200-2917-019-1501-15%

Unrestricted Resource,Educational Technology



Farokhzadeh, Mersedeh $5,000 9/07/00/6/21/02 $30/hr

Roosevelt Elementary, Counselor. Working with individuals and small groups of students recommended by teachers. Will also lead a parent discussion group in Farsi.

FUNDING: 01-90120-0-11100-10000-2917-007-1501-100%

Gifts, Reg Educ K-12



Firooz, Sharzad $4,800 8/31/01-06/21/02 $60/day

Student Services, Special Education, Psychologist Intern to provide intern services as directed and supervised by a District School Psychologist

FUNDING: 01-65000-0-50010-31200-2917-043-1501-100%

Special Education,Unspecified



Harris, Linda $8,000 7/01/01-6/30/02 $50/hr

Human Resources, Consultant-Danforth Grant

FUNDING: 01-91200-0-71100-27000-1910-025-1501-100%

Danforth Foundation, non-agency educational



Hire, Heather $18,600 8/31/01-11/30/01 $6200/mo

Plus Mileage reimbursement @$.34/mile

Student Services, Occupational Therapist

FUNDING: 01-65000-0-50010-11900-2917-042-1501-100%

Special Education,Unspecified



Justin, Susan $25,000 9/21/01-6/21/02 $36/hr

Roosevelt Elementary, teach music to students in

grades 1-5

FUNDING: 01-90150-0-11100-10000-2917-007-1501-100%

Reimbursed by PTA,Regular Ed K-5



Lan, Ryan $9,450 9/01/01-06/30/02 $15/hr

McKinley Elementary, Technology Specialist assisting teachers, staff and student in classrooms and lab with hardware use, software use and use of our server and website

FUNDING: 01-00000-0-19100-24200-2917-004-1501-100%

Unrestricted Resource, Educational Technology



Larkin, Sage $12,000 9/01/01-06/30/02 $41.67/hr

Cabrillo Elementary, Art Instruction

FUNDING: 01-90150-0-11100-10000-2917-017-1501-100%

Reimbursed by PTA,Regular Ed K-5



Lynch, Patsy $278.00 7/23/01-08/03/01 $139/day

Student Services, Special Education, to provide adapted physical education services as directed and supervised by a district school adapted p.e. instructor

FUNDING: 01-65000-0-50010-31200-2917-043-1501-100%

Special Education, Unspecified



Marmolejo, David $4,000 9/04/01-06/30/02 $15/hr

Rogers Elementary, Computer Technician, networking, installation of software

FUNDING: 01-00000-0-19100-24200-2917-006-1501-100%

Unrestricted resource,educational technology





Martinez, Santiago $42,000 9/05/01-06/30/02 $25/hr

Edison Elementary, technology coordinator providingtechnical support for more than 150 computers and the servers and network at edison. Provide support to teachers, evaluates software.

FUNDING: 01-00000-0-19100-24200-2917-001-1501-14%

Unrestricted Resource, educational technology

01-90150-0-11100-10000-2917-001-1501-17%

Reimbursed by PTA, regular education K-12

01-71400-0-11100-10000-2917-001-1501-12%

Gifted/Talented Educ (GATE), Regular Educ K-12

01-30100-0-11100-10000-2917-001-1501-48%

IASA:Title I Basic-LW Inc/Neg, Regular Educ K-12

01-91220-0-19100-24200-2917-001-1501-9%

Local Parcel Tax, educational technology



Menasian, Karelinie $4,800 8/31/01-06/21/02 $60/day

Student Services, Special Education, Psychologist Intern to provide intern services as directed and supervised by a District School Psychologist

FUNDING: 01-65000-0-50010-31200-2917-043-1501-100%

Special Education,Unspecified



Park, Julie $4,800 8/31/01-06/21/02 $60/day

Student Services, Special Education, Psychologist Intern to provide intern services as directed and supervised by a District School Psychologist

FUNDING: 01-65000-0-50010-31200-2917-043-1501-100%

Special Education,Unspecified



Rabin, Debbie $18,600 8/31/01-11/30/01 $6200/mo

Plus Mileage reimbursement @$.34/mile

Student Services, Occupational Therapist

FUNDING: 01-65000-0-50010-11900-2917-042-1501-100%

Special Education,Unspecified



Raffa, Davida $6,700+supplies 9/07/01-6/21/02 $50/hr

Roosevelt Elementary, teach a series of ten classes in ceramics for each of the six second grade classes and a series of eight classes in art and exploration for seven first grade classes.

FUNDING: 01-90150-0-11100-10000-2917-007-1501-100%

Reimbursed by PTA,Regular Ed K-5



Reutinger, Christopher $8,000 9/05/01-6/21/02 $800/mo

Malibu High School, assist instructor with string students; instruct individual students; assist with conducting

FUNDING: 01-00000-0-17100-10000-2917-010-1501-100%

Unrestricted Resource,instrumental music





Rocha, Michael $8,000 9/01/01-6/30/02 $12/hr Educational Services, administer English Language proficiency tests and determine appropriate placement for LEP students at SAMOHI for the 2001/02 school year

FUNDING: 01-62860-0-11100-10000-2917-035-1501-100%

ELAP-Engl Lang Acquisition Prog, Reg Ed K-12



Roquemore, Shermella $4,800 8/31/01-06/21/02 $60/day

Student Services, Special Education, Psychologist Intern to provide intern services as directed and supervised by a District School Psychologist

FUNDING: 01-65000-0-50010-31200-2917-043-1501-100%

Special Education,Unspecified



Siporin, Helen $20,000 9/1/01-6/30/02 $20/hr

Cabrillo Elementary, computer instructor

FUNDING: 01-72600-0-11100-10000-2917-017-1501-100%

School Improvement Prog, K-6







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RE: SINGLE SUBJECT UNIVERSITY INTERN PROGRAM (SSUIP)

CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, NORTHRIDGE



RECOMMENDATION NO. A.17


It is recommended that the Board of Education enter into a Single Subject University Intern Program (SSUIP) between the California State University, Northridge and the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District.



INSTITUTION: California State University, Northridge

EFFECTIVE: September 4, 2001 - ongoing

COMMENT: The District participates with university teacher training institutions in providing classroom teaching situations under the supervision of a master teacher. The university is billed by the District after completion of the internship program.































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RE: CLASSIFIED PERSONNEL - MERIT



RECOMMENDATION NO. A.18


It is recommended that the following appointments for Classified Personnel (merit system) be approved and/or ratified. All personnel will be properly elected in accordance with District policies and salary schedule.



ELECTION

BENJAMIN, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 09-18-01

TAKIYA 5.0 HRS/SY LINCOLN

RANGE: 20 STEP: 01



BERRIOS, CHILDREN CENTER ASSISTANT 09-19-01

MERCEDES 3.5 HRS/SY CDS

RANGE: 18 STEP: 01



CAMPBELL, INST ASST - CLASSROOM 09-06-01

CHARLOTTE 4.8 HRS/SY PT.DUME

RANGE: 18 STEP: 01



GASBARRO, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 09-06-01

ROBERT 3.5 HRS/SY MCKINLEY

RANGE: 20 STEP: 01



GEORGE, INST ASST - CLASSROOM 09-05-01

JENNIFER 6.0 HRS/SY MUIR

RANGE: 18 STEP: 01



GRIFFIS, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 09-05-01

CRYSTAL 6.0 HRS/SY LINCOLN

RANGE: 20 STEP: 01



GUTIERREZ, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 09-17-01

ROBERT 6.0 HRS/SY LINCOLN

RANGE: 20 STEP: 01



HALL, CAFETERIA WORKER I 09-04-01

KULEMA 3.0 HRS/SY SAMOHI

RANGE: 11 STEP: 01



LOUISELL, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 09-11-01

ANNE 8.0 HRS/SY WEBSTER

RANGE: 20 STEP: 04



MICHEL, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 09-24-01

CATHLEEN 5.0 HRS/SY SAMOHI

RANGE: 20 STEP: 010



MILLER, OFFICE ASSISTANT II 09-04-01

PATRINA 8.0 HRS/10 MALIBU

RANGE: 22 STEP: 01



SHEHORN, INST ASST - CLASSROOM 09-14-01

NOEL 3.2 HRS/SY PT.DUME

RANGE: 18 STEP: 01



SILVA, OFFICE ASSISTANT II 09-04-01

CARLINE 3.5 HRS/10 ROOSEVELT

RANGE: 22 STEP: 01



VALENTINO, INST ASST - CLASSROOM 09-04-01

LINDSEY 2.0 HRS/SY GRANT

RANGE: 18 STEP: 01



VILLATORO, CHILDREN CENTER ASSISTANT 09-24-01

MARIA 3.5 HRS/SY CDS

RANGE: 18 STEP: 01



REINSTATED

KIRBY, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 09-05-01

CAROLINE 6.0 HRS/SY SAMOHI

RANGE: 20 STEP: 6



PROFESSIONAL GROWTH

GERGIS, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 05-01-01

SOHAIR MCKINLEY



WORKING OUT OF CLASS

FOWLER, CAFETERIA COOK BAKER 09-04-01

DAMONE 8.0 HRS/SY SAMOHI 12-31-01

FR: CAFETERIA WORKER II



LANCASTER, CAFETERIA WORKER II 09-04-01

KELLY 5.0 HRS/SY ROOSEVELT 12-31-01

FR: CAFETERIA WORKER I



PEREZ, CAFETERIA WORKER II 09-04-01

MARIA 4.0 HRS/SY PT.DUME 12-31-01

FR: CAFETERIA WORKER I



RAMIREZ, MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR 07-02-01

JOE 8.0 HRS/12 MAINTENANCE 11-08-01

FR: LEAD PERSON-MECH TRADES



INVOLUNTARY TRANSFER

BEAVERS, CAFETERIA WORKER I 09-04-01

MARCUS 3.0 HRS/SY ADAMS

FR: 3.0 HRS/SY FRANKLIN



COJAN, CAFETERIA WORKER I 09-04-01

CARMEN 3.0 HRS/SY ROOSEVELT

FR: 3.0 HRS/SY MCKINLEY



GARCIA, CAFETERIA WORKER I 09-04-01

ZENA 3.0 HRS/SY ROGERS

FR: 3.0 HRS/SY MCKINLEY



GOMEZ, CAFETERIA WORKER II 09-04-01

JOSE 7.0 HRS/SY ROGERS

FR: 7.0 HRS/SY WEBSTER



GROND, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 09-04-01

TOM 6.0 HRS/SY ROOSEVELT

FR: 6.0 HRS/SY MCKINLEY



GUPTA, CAFETERIA WORKER II 09-04-01

SAROJ 7.0 HRS/SY WEBSTER

FR: 7.0 HRS/SY ROGERS



GUTIERREZ, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 09-04-01

JOHN 6.0 HRS/SY SAMOHI

FR: 6.0 HRS/SY FRANKLIN



JONES, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 09-04-01

CHANCY 6.0 HRS/SY SAMOHI

FR: 6.0 HRS/SY LINCOLN



LEGASSE, CAFETERIA WORKER I 09-04-01

DOROTHY 3.0 HRS/SY MCKINLEY

FR:3.0 HRS/SY GRANT



MENDOZA, CAFETERIA WORKER I 09-04-01

VALETTA 3.0 HRS/SY FRANKLIN

FR: 3.0 HRS/SY ROOSEVELT



WHITNEY, CAFETERIA WORKER I 09-04-01

MARGIE 3.5 HRS/SY GRANT

FR: 3.5 HRS/SY ADAMS



YEPEZ, CAFETERIA WORKER I 09-04-01

VICTORIA 3.0 HRS/SY ROGERS

FR: 3.0 HRS/SY SAMOHI







VOLUNTARY REDUCTION IN HOURS

CANNON, INST ASST - PHYSICAL ED 09-01-01

KERMIT 6.0 HRS/SY SAMOHI

FR: 8.0 HRS/SY



CONRAD, INST ASST - CLASSROOM 09-04-01

WEI-JIN 2.0 HRS/SY WEBSTER

FR: 4.0 HRS/SY



GUTIERREZ, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 09-04-01

JOHN 6.0 HRS/SY FRANKLIN

FR: 7.0 HRS/SY



MEJIA, BILINGUAL COMMUNITY LIAISON 08-28-01

DANIEL 4.0 HRS/10 ADAMS

FR: 6.0 HRS/SY



NORRIS, INST ASST - CLASSROOM 09-04-01

JODY 2.0 HRS/SY WEBSTER

FR: 3.0 HRS/SY



MEDICAL LEAVE OF ABSENCE

PADILLA, CHILDREN CENTER ASSISTANT 06-01-01

GLORIA MUIR 01-31-02

UNPAID LEAVE OF ABSENCE

BURDICK, GARDENER 12-01-01

BARTON OPERATIONS 03-28-02



NEVAREZ, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 09-01-01

REBECA EDISON 06-30-02



SUSPENSION WITHOUT PAY

GUPTA, CAFETERIA WORKER II 09-06-01

SAROJ WEBSTER 09-12-01



SUSPENSION WITHOUT PAY PENDING TERMINATION

HUGHES, CUSTODIAN I NSI 09-25-01

DOUGLAS EDISON 10-04-01



INCREASE IN ASSIGNMENT

CAMPBELL, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 09-04-01

ARI 6.0 HRS/SY CABRILLO

FR: 5.0 HRS/SY



DAVIS, BUS DRIVER 09-07-01

LARRY 7.5 HRS/10 TRANSPORTATION

FR: 7.25 HRS/10



GARDNER, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 09-04-01

RODNEY II 6.0 HRS/SY GRANT

FR: 5.0 HRS/SY



GOMEZ-TAGLE, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 09-14-01

NANCY 5.0 HRS/SY SAMOHI

FR: 3.0 HRS/SY



KAAN, INST ASST - PHYSICAL ED 09-01-01

KAREN 8.0 HRS/SY SAMOHI

FR: 6.0 HRS/SY



KLINE, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 09-04-01

MORGEN 6.0 HRS/SY FRANKLIN

FR: 5.0 HRS/SY



MARTINEZ, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 09-04-01

YOLANDA 6.0 HRS/SY FRANKLIN

FR: 5.0 HRS/SY



OLSEN, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 09-04-01

PATRICIA 6.0 HRS/SY SAMOHI

FR: 5.0 HRS/SY



SCHALL, OFFICE ASSISTANT I 09-04-01

AMANDA 3.8 HRS/SY FRANKLIN

FR: 3.4 HRS/SY



TEMP/ADDITIONAL

ARJOMAND, OFFICE ASSISTANT II 09-01-01

SHARAREH SPECIAL ED 11-30-01



CONSTANZA, BILINGUAL COMMUNITY LIAISON 09-04-01

SIUGEN MALIBU 06-30-02



HIROTO, INST ASST - CLASSROOM 09-04-01

BETTY FRANKLIN 06-30-02



MILLER, INST ASST - CLASSROOM 08-27-01

SANDRA FRANKLIN 08-31-01



SUBSTITUTE

AARONSON, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 09-02-01

EMILY SPECIAL ED 06-21-02



ALAS, CAFETERIA WORKER I 09-04-01

JUANA FOOD SERVICES 06-30-02



ALVAREZ, CAFETERIA WORKER I 09-05-01

MARIA FOOD SERVICES 06-30-02



ANTHONY, ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT 09-17-01

ANGELA MCKINLEY 12-16-01



AVERIETTE, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 09-09-01

THERESA SPECIAL ED 06-21-02



CASTRO, CHILDREN CENTER ASSISTANT 09-04-01

CAROLYN SAPID 06-30-02



ELVIRA, CUSTODIAN I 08-01-01

RICARDO OPERATIONS 08-31-01



GONZALEZ, CAFETERIA WORKER I 09-05-01

MARY LOU FOOD SERVICES 06-30-02



GORDON, OFFICE ASSISTANT II 09-10-01

ROBIN STUDENT SERVICES 12-31-01



HAROONI, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 09-01-01

SHAHIN SPECIAL ED 06-21-02





HOLLANDER, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 09-01-01

TRINA SPECIAL ED 06-21-02



KUPPER, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 09-20-01

KIRSTEN SPECIAL ED 06-21-02



LAWRENCE, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 09-01-01

DIRK SPECIAL ED 06-21-02



LOUISELL, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 09-05-01

ANNE SPECIAL ED 09-10-01



MARTIN, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 09-19-01

GENESE SPECIAL ED 06-21-02



MARTINEZ, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 09-01-01

INDIRA SPECIAL ED 06-21-02



MARTINEZ, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 09-08-01

KIM SPECIAL ED 06-21-02



MCKEEVER, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 09-01-01

MARISSA SPECIAL ED 06-21-02



MILLER, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 09-01-01

DEANNA SPECIAL ED 06-21-02



MORGAN, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 09-05-01

VEVETTE SPECIAL ED 06-21-02

NARUSE, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 09-01-01

KEVIN SPECIAL ED 06-21-02



NAULIN, CHILDREN CENTER ASSISTANT 09-04-01

BARBARA CDS 06-30-02



NESTEL, ACCOMPANIST 09-05-01

RACHEL MALIBU 06-30-02



PRECIADO, INST ASST - PHYSICAL ED 09-18-01

DANIEL PERSONNEL COMMISSION 06-30-02



QUINTANA, CAFETERIA WORKER I 09-11-01

MIRNA FOOD SERVICES 06-30-02



RODRIGUEZ, CHILDREN CENTER ASSISTANT 09-04-01

JOHANNA SAPID 06-30-02



ROMERO, CHILDREN CENTER ASSISTANT 09-04-01

ROSA SAPID 06-30-02



SAEIDI, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 09-01-01

DAIWAH SPECIAL ED 06-21-02



SHANLEY, INST ASST - PHYSICAL ED 09-11-01

SCOTT PERSONNEL COMMISSION 06-30-02



SIMELANE, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 09-01-01

JOSEPHINE SPECIAL ED 06-21-02



THOMPSON, INST ASST - PHYSICAL ED 09-01-01

BARTON PERSONNEL COMMISSION 06-30-02



VILLATORO, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 09-10-01

MARIA SPECIAL ED 06-21-02



VITARTAS, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 09-01-01

CHERYL SPECIAL ED 06-21-02



WILLIAMS, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 09-01-01

JEANA SPECIAL ED 06-21-02



WILSON, CAFETERIA WORKER I 09-17-01

SIGNORA FOOD SERVICES 06-30-02



YASHAR, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 08-01-01

AZITA SPECIAL ED 08-31-01







SUMMER ASSIGNMENT

BOOTHBY, ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT 08-29-01

DEVON TRANSPORTATION 08-31-01



DISQUALIFICATION FROM PROBATIONARY STATUS

DAVIS, CAFETERIA WORKER I 09-25-01

KEITH 3.0 HRS/SY MALIBU



RESIGNATION

HERRERA, BUS DRIVER 09-26-01

RUBY TRANSPORTATION



MARTINEZ, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 09-07-01

YOLONDA FRANKLIN



PERALTA, CAFETERIA WORKER I 09-04-01

RHINA SAMOHI



TERMINATED

MORGOVSKY, ACCOMPANIST 09-07-01

MIKHAIL SAMOHI



VARNER, EQUIPMENT OPERATOR 09-07-01

MARCLEON MAINTENANCE



CHANGE IN RETIREMENT DATE

WILLIAMS, ASST DIRECTOR OF FISCAL 01-12-02

JANICE FISCAL SERVICES

CHANGE FROM 10-12-01



ABOLISH POSITION

VACANT INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 09-01-01

LINCOLN



VACANT INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 09-01-01

LINCOLN



VACANT INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 09-05-01

MCKINLEY



VACANT INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 09-05-01

MCKINLEY



VACANT INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 09-01-01

GRANT











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TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION CONSENT/ACTION

10-04-01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT/JOHN SLISS

RE: CLASSIFIED PERSONNEL - NON-MERIT



RECOMMENDATION NO. A.19


It is recommended that the following be approved and/or ratified for Classified Personnel (Non-Merit). All personnel assigned will be properly elected on a temporary basis to be used as needed in accordance with District policies and salary scheduled.



STUDENT INTERN - ALLIANCE

MOLHO, SHEYLA EMIL SAMOHI 09-01-01 - 06-30-02



CHILD CARE ASSISTANT

AGUIAR, ANA MARIA SAPID 09-04-01 - 06-30-02

BARBA, MARIA CDS 09-04-01 - 06-30-02

CAMPOS, MARIA CDS 09-04-01 - 06-30-02

CASTILLO, JOSEFINA CDS 09-04-01 - 06-30-02

DIAZ, MARIA CDS 09-04-01 - 06-30-02

DIAZ, MARIA DEL SOCORRO CDS 09-01-01 - 06-30-02

GAUR, SMRITI CDS 09-04-01 - 06-30-02

GUADALUPE, ZALDIVAR CDS 09-04-01 - 06-30-02

GUTIERREZ, SARAH CDS 09-04-01 - 06-30-02

LUNA, MARGARITA ADULT ED 09-01-01 - 06-30-02

MACHUCA, ANTONIA CDS 09-04-01 - 06-30-02

MARION, MIRIAM ROSA CDS 09-04-01 - 06-30-02

MARION, MIRIAM ROSA ADULT ED 09-01-01 - 06-30-02

PADILLA, MARGARITA SAPID 09-04-01 - 06-30-02

PEREZ, MARIA CDS 09-04-01 - 06-30-02

VASQUEZ,MARTHA CDS 09-04-01 - 06-30-02



NOON SUPERVISION AIDE

ACEVES, DELIA GRANT 09-05-01 - 06-21-02

BOLDEN, DAYLAN LINCOLN 09-05-01 - 06-21-02

BRIEM, BRYAN PT.DUME 09-05-01 - 06-21-02

BRITO, MARIA ROOSEVELT 09-04-01 - 06-21-02

CAPITANO, CAROL MUIR 09-05-01 - 06-21-02

COX, CUENITHA MCKINLEY 09-05-01 - 06-21-02

DESAI, BELA MCKINLEY 09-05-01 - 06-21-02

ELLIS, NORM GRANT 09-05-01 - 06-21-02

ESQUIVEL, SANDRA ROOSEVELT 09-04-01 - 06-21-02

EVANS, LAURA ROOSEVELT 09-04-01 - 06-21-02

FAJARDO, VIRGINIA MUIR 09-05-01 - 06-21-02

FLORES, CARMEN MUIR 09-05-01 - 06-21-02

GAETA, GRACIELA MUIR 09-05-01 - 06-21-02

GILKISON, JESSICA MCKINLEY 09-05-01 - 06-21-02

GIROUX, SHARON EDISON 09-05-01 - 06-21-02

GOLDENBERG, AUDREY ROOSEVELT 09-04-01 - 06-21-02

GONZALEZ, SIMONA ROOSEVELT 09-04-01 - 06-21-02

GONZALEZ, TERESA ROOSEVELT 09-04-01 - 06-21-02

GULLO, NORMA ADAMS 09-05-01 - 06-21-02

GUTIERREZ, CAROLINA MCKINLEY 09-05-01 - 06-21-02

HARMON, LAURIE MCKINLEY 09-05-01 - 06-21-02

HERNANDEZ, PATRICIA ADAMS 09-05-01 - 06-21-02

HOLLAND, ROCHELLE MCKINLEY 09-05-01 - 06-21-02

HOLLIDAY, ACHIENG ADAMS 09-05-01 - 06-21-02

JAUREGUI, MERISSA ROOSEVELT 09-04-01 - 06-21-02

KUYAMA, KEIKO ROOSEVELT 09-04-01 - 06-21-02

LOPEZ, MARIBEL MCKINLEY 09-05-01 - 06-21-02

LOWNDS, ELI ROOSEVELT 09-04-01 - 06-21-02

LOYA, JESSICA ROOSEVELT 09-04-01 - 06-21-02

LUCAS, RALPH MCKINLEY 09-05-01 - 06-21-02

MARION, MIRIAM MCKINLEY 09-05-01 - 06-21-02

MARQUEZ, LILIA MCKINLEY 09-05-01 - 06-21-02

MAZAR-ATABAKI, SOROYA ROOSEVELT 09-04-01 - 06-21-02

MCDONOUGH, BARBARA GRANT 09-05-01 - 06-21-02

ORBAN, MARIE-CLAIRE GRANT 09-05-01 - 06-21-02

PEREZ, BEATRIZ MUIR 09-05-01 - 06-21-02

PERSHEN, NAJMEH ROOSEVELT 09-04-01 - 06-21-02

PIVARAL, MARIA LINCOLN 09-05-01 - 06-21-02

PURSELL, ROBYN LINCOLN 09-05-01 - 06-21-02

RAMIREZ, SYLVIA GRANT 09-05-01 - 06-21-02

RAMOS, RITA MCKINLEY 09-05-01 - 06-21-02

REABER, WINIFRED GRANT 09-05-01 - 06-21-02

REYES, MODESTA MCKINLEY 09-05-01 - 06-21-02

ROGERS, ERICKA MCKINLEY 09-05-01 - 06-21-02

SAAD, CAROLIN ADAMS 09-05-01 - 06-21-02

SHEFFIELD, MARY GRANT 09-05-01 - 06-21-02

SILVA, CARLINE ROOSEVELT 09-04-01 - 06-21-02

SOTOJ,MARIA MCKINLEY 09-05-01 - 06-21-02

SUMAR, FAIYAZ ADAMS 09-05-01 - 06-21-02

VALENTINO,LINDSEY GRANT 09-05-01 - 06-21-02



ASSISTANT COACH

PAGE, FRANK MALIBU 09-04-01 - 06-21-02

HUMPHREY, REGENCE SAMOHI 08-01-01 - 11-30-01

LAPIDUS, ADAM MALIBU 09-01-01 - 06-21-02

SIMPSON, DAVID MALIBU 09-04-01 - 06-21-02

VOGA, CHASE MALIBU 09-01-01 - 06-21-02

WALCZUK, ANTHONY MALIBU 09-04-01 - 06-21-02



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RE: APPROVAL OF SPECIAL EDUCATION CONTRACTS

RECOMMENDATION NO. A.20


It is recommended that the Board of Education approve the following Special Education Contracts for fiscal year 2001-2002 as follows:



NPS/NPA

2001-2002 Budget 01-65000-0-50010-11800-5825-043-1400

Nonpublic School/Agency

Student

DOB

Service Description

Contract Number

Cost

Not to Exceed

Excelsior 11-18-85 NPS #70 $ 14,844
Villa Esperanza 05-09-89 NPS #71 $ 4,089
Aldonderry Agency/Cedars-Sinai Medical Center 09-30-88 NPA-Speech Therapy #45 $ 12,480
Autism Behavior Consultants 02-12-98 NPA-Behavior Intervention #46 $ 17,500
Center for Autism and Related Disorders, Inc. (C.A.R.D.) 01-07-94 NPA-Behavior Intervention #47 $ 33,250
Kelter Center 04-05-93 NPA-Ed Therapy #48 $ 16,200
Verdugo Hills Psychotherapy Center, APC 10-11-93 NPA-Behavior Intervention #49 $ 45,740
Verdugo Hills Psychotherapy Center, APC 05-12-95 NPA-Behavior Intervention #50 $ 45,000
Verdugo Hills Psychotherapy Center, APC 07-09-90 NPA-Behavior Intervention #51 $ 31,554

Amount Budgeted NPS/NPA $ 2,546,666

Prior Board Authorization as of 9/20/01 $ 2,340,617

Total Amount for these Contracts $ 220,657

Balance - $ 14,608

*Positive Adjustment $ 223,008

Balance $ 208,400











Adjustment

NPS/NPA Budget 01-65000-0-50010-11800-5825-043-1400

There has been a reduction in authorized expenditures of twelve NPS/NPA contracts for FY 2001-02 in the amount of $ 223,008 as of September 25, 2001

Nonpublic School/ Agency Service

Description

Contract

Number

Reduce (R)

Eliminate (E)

Adjusted

Amount

Comment
Bruce Gale - NPA Behavior Training #1 R $10,000 Transition to District
Fred Crews-NPA Sign Language Interpreter #4 E $60,900 Attrition
Childrens Farm School - NPS School Program #4 E $16,900 Attrition
Kim Hiddleson - NPA Speech/

Language for Deaf

#12 R $ 4,840 Transition to District
Islandview - NPS School Program #17 R $ 8,180 NPS change
Linden Center - NPS School Program #24 R $24,461 Transition to District
Greg Kimberlin - NPA Counseling #25 R $ 4,500 Attrition
Linden Center - NPS School Program #26 R $23,006 Transition to District
North Hills Prep-NPS School Program #30 R $25,300 NPS change
Oralingua - NPS School Program #32 R $21,375 NPS change
Westview - NPS School Program #46 R $ 242 Graduated
ERAS - NPS School Program #64 E $23,304 Eliminate/Duplicate


































Instructional Consultants

2001-2002 Budget 01-65000-0-50010-11800-5802-043-1400

Instructional Consultant

Student

DOB

Service Description
Contract Number
Cost

Not to Exceed

Lora Jerugim
For Parents
Instr.Consultant-

Therapeutic Support for Parents

#25
$ 1,700

Amount Budgeted NPS/NPA $ 280,000

Prior Board Authorization as of 9/20/01 $ 353,460

Total Amount for these Contracts $ 1,700

Balance - $ 75,160



Non-Instructional Consultant

2001-2002 Budget 01-65000-0-50010-11800-5890-043-1400

Non-Instructional Consultant Service Description Contract Number Cost

Not to Exceed

Parent of Student

(D.O.B. 05-01-95)

Reimbursement to parent for visual processing assessment completed per IEP. #6 $ 260.00
Parent of Student

(D.O.B. 02-12-98)







Reimbursement to parent for Speech/Language therapy for school year 2000-01 #7 $ 6,373.00
Parent of Student

(D.O.B. 12-07-97)



Reimbursement for OT services for school year 2000-01 #8 $ 138.00

Amount Budgeted Instructional Consultants $ 75,000

Prior Board Authorization as of 9/20/01 $ 64,500

Total Amount for this Contract $ 6,771

Balance $ 3,729





Note: A total of $ 3,192,666 is budgeted for all Non-Public School/Agency, Instructional Consultants, Legal Fees and Due Process Case Settlements. Even though the Instructional Consultant account indicates a negative balance, the unaudited total fund balance, after adjustments, remains positive in the amount of $ 257,969.

COMMENT: According to the Education Code SEC.21 Section 56342, prior to recommending a new or continued placement in a non-public, non-sectarian school, the Individualized Education Program (IEP) Team must submit the proposed recommendation to the local governing board for its review and recommendation regarding the cost of such placement.













The recommendation for these severely handicapped students are made by the District IEP Teams in accordance with State and Federal laws. The mandates of IDEA require non-public school services be provided at no expense to parents if there is not an appropriate public school program available. Funding to come from a SELPA-wide non-public school/non-public agency reserve account.



































































































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FROM: SUPERINTENDENT/JOSEPH N. QUARLES/RICK E.BAGLEY

RE: APPROVAL OF BUDGET ADJUSTMENT OF ADDITIONAL STAFFING AT

SANTA MONICA HIGH SCHOOL



RECOMMENDATION NO. A.21



It is recommended that the Board of Education approve a budget adjustment not to exceed $62,757, to add 1.14 teacher FTE to the Santa Monica High School staff for the 2001-02 school year.





Funding Information

Source: General Fund/Unrestricted

Budgeted: No

Account #: 01-00000-0-11100-100000-1110-015-1501

Description: Teacher Salaries





COMMENT: Due to high enrollment in mathematics classes at Santa Monica High School, an additional 1.14 teachers are needed to meet the demand and maintain class sizes within proper limits.

































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RE: APPOINTMENT OF CLASSROOM-BASED TEACHER SUPPORT PROVIDERS



RECOMMENDATION NO. A.22



It is recommended that the Board of Education appoint the following teachers as Classroom-Based Teacher Support Providers for the 2001-2002 school year. The Classroom-Based Teacher Support Providers are assigned for this year, with the option to continue next year based upon the BTSA program's needs.



Names Location

Leslie Wells Samohi

Margie Chapman Samohi

Luis Ramirez JAMS

Monica Mora Malibu

Nancy Schellkopf Malibu

Jane Galvan Malibu

Anne Keller Cabrillo

Jilly Matthews Malibu

Ken Harris Point Dume

Monique Normandin Franklin

Judy Franklin McKinley

Cindy Thatcher Rogers

Amy Teplin Rogers

Keri King McKinley

Suzanne Webb Lincoln



Duties: The Classroom-Based Teacher Support Providers will support teachers participating in the BTSA program. They will also support the District through professional development opportunities, participation in the Teacher Academy in August, and by becoming trainers for various programs used in the BTSA program.



Funding Information

Source: General Fund-Restricted

Budgeted: Yes

Account: 01-72800-0-11100-10000-1190-035-1501

Description: BTSA, Stipend, Classroom Support







COMMENT: Classroom-Based Teacher Support Providers will receive a stipend of $2,000.00 per year for each teachers she/he supports. The Classroom-Based Teacher Support Provider will receive one-half in February and the other half in July.

























































































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RE: SALARY ADJUSTMENT FOR PROPOSTITION X PROJECT MANAGERS/ STATE FACILITY PROGRAM



RECOMMENDATION NO.A 23

It is recommended that the Board of Education authorize 12 vacation days and 12 sick days and a salary adjustment from

$65,000 to $75,000,excluding benefits, for the three Proposition X project managers.



Funding Information:

Source: District Administration component of Prop X/State Facility Program

Currently Budgeted: Yes

Account Number: 21-00000-0-92000-85000-2990-098-1501

Description: District Administration/Prop X/State Facility/Program Budget

Comments:

On March 15, 2001, the Board of Education authorized the issuance of two twelve (12) month Special Services Contracts for the purpose of employing a total of three Project Managers' to assist the District with the management of the Proposition X/State Facility Program; and that the individual salaries for these contracted positions not exceed $65,000, excluding associated benefits. These positions are temporary with one taking the place of the vacant facilities technician position.



This adjustment is consistent with the recruitment announcements and discussions with candidates during the interview process, and is more in line with the salary structure proposed by the Oversight Committee.



Funding for the salary adjustment will come from the District Administration component (salary) of the Proposition X/State Facility Program Budget.









The Proposition X Oversight Committee supports this recommendation.









































































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RE: RESOLUTION NO. 01-04 - GANN AMENDMENT



RECOMMENDATION NO. A.24


It is recommended that the Board of Education approve the attached resolution.



COMMENT: Under the Gann Initiative which was passed in 1979 by

the State electorate, all agencies of the State must

calculate an appropriations limit which cannot be

exceeded on a year-to-year basis. The formula for the

calculation is statutorily set. The worksheets are

attached.



This limit is calculated annually. The statute

provides that any excess be returned to the local

taxpayers.































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SANTA MONICA-MALIBU UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT



RESOLUTION NO. 01-04


DISTRICT APPROPRIATIONS LIMITS FOR 2000-01

AND PROJECTED LIMITS FOR 2001-02



WHEREAS, in November of 1979, the California Electorate did adopt Proposition 4, commonly called the Gann Amendment, which added Article XIII-B to the California Constitution; and,



WHEREAS the provisions of that Article establish maximum

appropriations limitations, commonly called "Gann Limits", for public agencies, including school districts; and,



WHEREAS, the District must establish a revised Gann Limit for the 2000-01 fiscal year and a projected Gann Limit

for the 2001-02 fiscal year in accordance with the provisions of Article XIII-B and applicable statutory law;



NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that this Board does provide public notice that the attached calculations and documentation of the Gann Limits for the 2000-01 and 2001-02 fiscal years are made in accord with applicable constitutional and statutory law;



AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this Board does hereby declare that the appropriations in the Budget for the 2000-01 and 2001-02 fiscal years do not exceed the limitations imposed by Proposition 4;



AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Superintendent provide

copies of this Resolution along with the appropriate attachments to interested citizens of this District.



Passed and adopted by the Board of Education of the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District, Los Angeles County, State of California, this 4th day of October, 2001.





JOHN DEASY

Superintendent and Secretary

to the Board of Education

TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION ACTION/MAJOR

10/04/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT

RE: RESTRUCTURING OF GROUND LEASE



RECOMMENDATION NO. A.25



It is recommended that the Board of Education approve the restructuring of the Joint Occupancy Lease between the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District and the Dial Advisory Group which will: (1) net the School District additional ground rent revenue; (2) provide the School District 4,500 square feet of additional administrative facility space; (3) permit the School District to acquire the Dial Advisory Group's fifty (50)

remaining years of interest in the School District's administrative facility; and, (4) create a new independent lease structure for the School District's administrative facility involving the issuance of a thirty (30) year Certificate of Participation.



COMMENTS: The School District has had in place a Joint Occupancy Lease since 1984, involving its 16th Street property (the site of the current Administration Building), its 9th Street and Colorado property and its 4th Street/4th Street Adjacent Property (the site of the DoubleTree Hotel). The current Lessee, Dial Advisory Group, has approached the School District with a proposal to restructure this lease arrangement. The following summary, regarding the Joint Occupancy Lease and the proposed restructuring, has been prepared by the School District's Legal Counsel, O'Melveny & Meyers, LLP.



The summary was not available at the time the Agenda was being printed, but has been distributed to Board Members under separate cover, and is available for public review at the Office of the Superintendent.



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RE: ADOPT RESOLUTION NO. 01-03 APPROVING DOCUMENTS ASSOCIATED WITH THE AUTHORIZATION TO SELL CERTIFICATES OF PARTICIPATION FOR THE PURPOSE OF ACQUIRING, CONSTRUCTING AND REHABILITATING SCHOOL DISTRICT FACILITIES



RECOMMENDATION NO. A.26


It is recommended that the Board of Education approve Resolution No. 01- for the selling of Certificates of Participation to facilitate the restructuring of the Joint Occupancy Lease between the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District and the Dial Advisory Group.



COMMENTS: The Board of Education approved Item A.25 in the October 4, 2001, Board Meeting Agenda which is related to the restructuring of the Joint Occupancy Agreement between the School District and the Dial Advisory Group. By approving the attached Resolution, the Board of Education will authorize the School District to sell Certificates of Participation to facilitate the restructuring.



The accompanying documents were not available at the time the Agenda was being printed, but have been distributed to Board Members under separate cover, and are available for public review at the Office of the Superintendent.

















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RE: ADOPTION OF AN ALTERNATIVE SCHOOLS ACCOUNTABILITY MODEL- OLYMPIC HIGH SCHOOL



RECOMMENDATION NO.A.27



It is recommended that the Board of Education approve the adoption of Olympic High School's school accountability plan, which was developed and submitted for Board approval in compliance with the State of California's Alternative High School Accountability Model.





Comment: California's Alternative Accountability System was developed as a result of the Public School's Accountability Act, Chapter 3, Statutes of 1999, which read:



... The State Superintendent of Public Instruction, with the approval of the State Board of Education, shall develop an alternative accountability system for schools with fewer than 100 pupils, and for schools under the jurisdiction of a county board of education or a county superintendent of schools, community day schools and alternative schools, including continuation high schools and independent study schools.

The Alternative Schools Accountability provision guidelines require participating schools to select two performance indicators for which they will be held accountable in addition to STAR data. The indicators are to be selected from the list approved by the State Board of Education and must be formally approved by the local school board prior to submission to the California Department of Education.























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TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION MAJOR/ACTION

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FROM: SUPERINTENDENT/VIRGINIA I. HYATT



RE: AUTHORIZATION TO PURCHASE LIBRARY FURNITURE FROM

MCMURRAY-STERN FROM MALIBU HIGH SCHOOL



RECOMMENDATION NO. A.28



It is recommended that the Board of Education authorize the purchase of library furniture for Malibu High School, to Mcmurray-Stern in an amount not to exceed $43,876.95.



Funding Information

Source: General Fund, Restricted, Gift

Currently Budgeted: Yes

Account number: 01-90120-0-11100-10000-6400-010-4100

Description: Capitol Expense



COMMENT: Malibu High School is purchasing library shelving to replace existing shelving which has reached its useful life. The purchase will be ordered by using California Multiple Awards Schedule #4-97-71-0021A (CMAS). CMAS contracts allow government entities to purchase services and supplies by "piggy backing" off of state contracts without having to bid themselves.



The price includes materials, tax, shipping, installation, and removal of old shelving units. Delivery is estimated to be twelve (12) weeks



















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RE: PERSONNEL COMMISSIONER TERM OF OFFICE



RECOMMENDATION NO. A. 29



It is recommended that the Board of Education approve the open recruitment process for a vacancy on the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School Districts' Personnel Commission.



BACKGROUND:

Nominating and Appointment Procedures. The Superintendent of Public Instruction wants to ensure that all appointments reflect district needs, interests, and priorities; and equally important, that nominations be arrived at through an open logical process. Those most closely involved in local operations are in the best positions to nominate personnel commissioners.



To make the best appointment, districts are encouraged to follow these basic steps in their recruitment and nomination process:



1. Open recruitment, including at a minimum public

announcement of the vacancy through: (a) board of

education/personnel commission agendas, (b) press

release and (c)notice to employees organizations and community, handicapped, minority, and women organizations.



2. The district governing board is encouraged to select a nominee following an open interview process, in which up to three representatives of the classified employees association, selected by the classified employees association, are allowed to participate.



3. The district governing board and the classified employees organization should submit their re- commendations to the Superintendent of Public Instruction in rank order, together with each candidate's resume.





Appointment decisions shall be in accordance with Education Code Section 45244 and take several factors into account; the most important of which is that each commissioner "be a known adherent to the principle of the merit system." This and other factors are outlined below for consideration in nominating commissioners:



1. The candidate shall be a known adherent to the prin-ciple of the merit system. Known adherent to the merit system means a person who by the nature of their prior public or private service, has given evidence that they support the concept of employment, continuance in employment, in-service promotional opportunities, and other related matters on the basis of merit and fitness.



With respect to a candidate seeking reappointment, known adherent to the merit system shall mean a

commissioner who has clearly demonstrated through attendance at meetings and prior actions that he or she, in fact, support the merit system and its operations.



2. The candidate must be a registered voter and resident within the territorial jurisdiction of the school district.



3. The candidate shall not be a member of the nominating governing board or of any other district governing board or county board of education, nor shall he or she be an employee of the district (relatives of employees of the district are acceptable).



In addition to the requisite factors it is also recommended that:

4. The candidate demonstrates an ability to assess the relative importance of personnel issues and make decisions which enhance merit principles, effective employer-employee relations, and equal employment opportunity. This should not be interpreted to require prior personnel experience. The requisite skills and abilities can be acquired in many ways.



5. The candidate possesses personal characteristics that promote the maintenance of rapport with other commission members; promote open communications with the governing board, classified employees, and other interested parties; and improve the commission's decision making by adding new creative viewpoints.



6. The candidate's membership on the commission reflects a diversity of interest within the community, such as business, labor, education, taxpayers, parents, students, handicapped, women, and ethic minority groups.



7. The candidate is willing to attend and participate in commission meetings.



8. The candidate demonstrates an understanding of the district's and the commission's role.



9. The candidate is selected through an open process.





















































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RE: BUDGET ADJUSTMENTS



RECOMMENDATION NO. A. 30


It is recommended that the Board of Education approve the following adjustments to the 2001-02 Budget:



COMMENTS:

[I.A] An increase in the General Fund [Fund 01] revenue budget in the amount of $679,326;



[I.B] An increase in the General Fund [Fund 01] expenditures in the amount of $2,446,236;



[I.C] Budget transfers in the General Fund [Fund 01];



[II.A] An increase in the Adult Education Fund [Fund 11] revenue budget in the amount of $1,805;



[II.B] An increase in the Adult Education Fund [Fund 11] expenditures in the amount of $1,805; and,



[II.C] Budget transfers in the Adult Education Fund [Fund 11];



[II.A] An increase in the Child Development Fund [Fund 12] revenue budget in the amount of $1,598;



[II.B] An increase in the Child Development Fund [Fund 12] expenditures in the amount of $1,598; and,



[IV.C] Budget transfers in the Cafeteria Fund [Fund 13];



as detailed below in the Comments Section.



COMMENTS: I. GENERAL FUND (FUND 01)

[A] Revenues - Increase the revenue budget in the amount of $679,326 to reflect adjustments, as follows:



1. Increase funding for State $435,660

Energy Block Grant, at $33.00

per P2-ADA, to offset the increase

in utility costs.

2. Increase Governor's Performance $130,604

Award, as approved at the 8/16/01

Board Meeting (Item A.22).



3. Increase Gifts Received $35,064



4. Increase Santa Monica-Malibu $49,500

Education Foundation Grant.



5. Increase Medi-Cal Reimbursement $28,498

to cover the cost of student

services.



[B] Expenditures - Increase the expenditure budget in the amount of $2,446,236 to reflect adjustments, as follows:



1. Districtwide - Gifts Received - A budget increase in the amount of $800,064 is needed to reflect the projected gifts for 2001-02. The revenue component was included in the Adopted Budget.



2. Districtwide - Formula Money - A budget increase in the amount of $65,000 is needed to restore the formula money for 2000-01 that was decreased as part of prior year budget reductions. This is an ongoing adjustment.



3. Districtwide - Extra Duty Units (EDUs) - A budget increase in the amount of $52,295 is needed to restore the Extra Duty Units funding for 2000-01 that was decreased as part of prior year budget reductions. This is an ongoing adjustment.



4. Districtwide - Santa Monica-Malibu Education Foundation Grant - A budget increase in the amount of $49,500 is needed, commensurate with the revenue adjustment, as detailed above in Item I.[A.]4. This is a one-time adjustment.



5. School Site API Awards - A budget increase in the amount of $130,604 is needed, commensurate with the revenue adjustment as detailed above in Item I.[A.]2. This is an ongoing adjustment.



6. Cabrillo Elementary - 1.00 FTE Teacher - A budget increase in the amount of $55,048 is needed to reflect an additional 1.00 FTE teacher due toan increase in actual enrollment. A budget adjustment is needed to align the current budget with the staffing allocation. This is an ongoing adjustment.



7. John Adams Middle School - .40 FTE Teacher - A budget increase in the amount of $21,893 is needed to reflect an additional .40 FTE teacher due to an increase in actual enrollment. A budget adjustment is needed to align the current budget with the staffing allocation. This is an ongoing adjustment.



8. Malibu High School - 1.00 FTE Teacher - A budget increase in the amount of $55,048 is needed to reflect an additional 1.00 FTE teacher due to an increase in actual enrollment. A budget adjustment is needed to align the current budget with the staffing allocation. This is an ongoing adjustment.

9. Olympic High School - 1.00 FTE Teacher - A budget increase in the amount of $55,048 is needed to reflect an additional 1.00 FTE teacher due to an increase in actual enrollment. A budget adjustment is needed to align the current budget with the staffing allocation. This is an ongoing adjustment.



10. Santa Monica High School - 2.74 FTEs Teachers - A budget increase in the amount of $150,472 is needed to reflect additional staffing due to an increase in actual enrollment, as follows:



2.14 FTEs Math Teachers $117,443

.60 FTE English Teacher $ 33,029

A budget adjustment is needed to align the current budget with the staffing allocation. This is an ongoing adjustment.



11. Purchasing & Warehouse - Increase of Utilities - A budget increase in the amount of $108,000 is needed to reflect the costs associated with the higher utility rates in California. This is an ongoing adjustment.



12. Computer Services - Equipment - A budget increase in the amount of $27,000 is needed to reflect the cost of components needed for voice-mail system at Grant Elementary School. This is a one-time adjustment.



13. Districtwide - 2000-01 Carryover - A budget increase in the amount of $832,040 is needed to reflect 2000-01 carryover, as follows:



Site Formula Money $119,481

Site Block Grant Money $124,084

Site Governor's Performance Award $588,475

This is a one-time adjustment.



14. Student Services - 2000-01 Carryover - A budget increase in the amount of $4,195 is needed to reflect 2000-01 carryover for continuation of disaster training program. This is a one-time adjustment.



15. Student Services - Medi-Cal Billing - A budget increase in the amount of $28,498 is needed, commensurate with the revenue adjustment, as detailed above in Item I.[A.]3.



16. Student Services - Emergency Preparedness - A budget increase in the amount of $7,500 is needed to continue the disaster training program for District staff. This is a one-time adjustment.



17. Educational Services - Additional 11 Days for P.E. Coordinator - A budget increase in the amount of $4,031 is needed to pay 11 days additional time for coordination of playfield issues by P.E. Coordinator, as approved at the 8/16/01 Board Meeting (Item A.14). This is a one-time adjustment.



[C] Budget Transfers - The following transfers between major object codes have been recommended by budget administrators:



Certificated Salaries $ 30,749

Classified Salaries $ 23,581

Employee Benefits $ 5,561

Books and Supplies <$ 24,391>

Services, Other Operating Expenses <$ 30,500>

Capital Outlay <$ 5,000>

Total: $ 0

II. ADULT EDUCATION FUND (FUND 11)

[A] Revenues - Increase in the amount of $1,805 to reflect miscellaneous gifts received.



[B] Expenditures - Increase the expenditure budget in the amount of $1,805 commensurate with the adjustment, as detailed above in Item II.[A].



[C] Budget Transfers - The following transfers between major object codes have been recommended by budget administrators:



Books and Supplies $ 33,500

Capital Outlay <$ 33,500>

Total: $ 0



III. CHILD DEVELOPMENT FUND (FUND 12)

[A] Revenues - Increase in the amount of $1,598 to reflect miscellaneous gifts received.



[B] Expenditures - Increase the expenditure budget in the amount of $1,598, commensurate with the adjustment, as detailed above in Item III.[A].



IV. CAFETERIA FUND (FUND 13)

[A] Budget Transfers - The following transfers between major object codes have been recommended by budget administrators:



Classified Salaries <$ 12,000>

Services, Other Operating Expenses $ 12,000

Total: $ 0

V. STATE SCHOOL BUILDING FUND (FUND 21)

[A] Educational Services - Additional 11 Days for P.E. Coordinator - A budget increase in the amount of $4,031 is needed to pay 11 days additional time for coordination of playfield issues by P.E. Coordinator, as approved at the 8/16/01 Board Meeting (Item A.14). This is a one-time adjustment.













































































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TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION MAJOR/ACTION

10/4/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT



RE: 2000-01 UNAUDITED ACTUAL FINANCIAL REPORT



RECOMMENDATION NO. A. 30A



It is recommended that the Board approve the 2000-01 Unaudited Actual Financial Report pursuant to Education Code 42100.



COMMENTS: The District's 2000-01 Unaudited Actual Financial Report is being filed with the Los Angeles County Office of Education pursuant to Education Code 42100. All data contained in the report will subjected to final audit by the District's independent auditor, Boceta, Macon, Workman & Associates. The Unaudited Actual Financial Report is attached to this Agenda as Attachment A.



One of the most significant elements of information contained in the report is the Unaudited Actual Ending Balance for the General Fund - Unrestricted. When the Board of Education adopted the 2001-02 Budget, it was estimated that the Ending Balance for 2000-01 (or the Beginning Balance for 2001-02) would be $5,820,841. The Unaudited Ending Balance for 2000-01 is $8,479,948. A comparison of the Forecasted Revenues, Expenditures, Transfers and Contributions with comparable Unaudited Actuals is as follows:

General Fund-Unrestricted Forecasted in Adopted Budget Unaudited Actuals Difference
Beginning Balance $3,518,399 $3,518,399 0
Revenues $73,346,048 $74,474,504 $1,128,456
Expenditures* $63,196,729 $61,748,649 $1,448,080
Transfers In $20,000 $20,000 0
Transfers Out $1,517,683 $1,505,975 $11,708
Contributions $6,349,194 $6,278,331 $70,863
Special Education $5,299,835 $5,321,921 $22,086
Transportation $434,437 $378,366 $56,071
E.S.L. $592,767 $578,044 $14,723
R.O.P. $22,155 0 $22,155
Ending Balance $5,820,841 $8,479,948 $2,659,107
* At least $832,040 of unspent appropriations will need to be carried over to 2001-02.


















































































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TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION DISCUSSION

10/04/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT/JOSEPH N. QUARLES/RICK BAGLEY Previsouly

4/5/01



RE: APPROVAL OF BOARD POLICY 5129 - Beepers, Pagers, Cellular Phones and Other Electronic Signaling Devices

DISCUSSION ITEM NO. D.1



It is recommended that the Board of Education adopt Board Policy 5129, Beepers, Pagers, Cellular Phones and Other Electronic Signaling Devices



COMMENTS: It is recommended that the Board adopt the attached policy, BP 5129 - Beepers, Pagers, Cellular Phones and Other Electronic Signaling Devices. This policy last appeared before the Board on April 5, 2001 and was subsequently pulled by secondary principals, due to their concerns regarding the practicality of creating and monitoring a system that would give students permission to have such devices while on campus.



At the Board's direction, the policy is being returned with the changes/modifications that had been proposed during original discussion of this item.



























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SMMUSD Board Policy BP 5129

Students



Beepers, Pagers, Cellular Phones and Other Electronic Signaling Devices



The Board of Education recognizes that beepers, pagers, cellular phones and other electronic signaling devices have become commonplace in our community and that many families have come to rely on these devices as a means of communication.



Nevertheless, California Education Code specifically prohibits the possession and/or use of any electronic signaling device that operates through the transmission or receipt of radio waves, including, but not limited to, paging and signaling equipment, by pupils of the school while the pupils are on campus, while attending school-sponsored activities, or while under the supervision and control of school district employees, without the prior consent of the principal or his or her designee. No pupil shall be prohibited from possessing or using an electronic signaling device that is determined by a licensed physician and surgeon to be essential for the health of a pupil and use of which is limited for purposes related to the health of the pupil.



The Superintendent shall establish procedures whereby the possession and/or use of these devices may be permitted, but only with the prior approval of the site administrator or designee. Under no circumstances shall the possession and/or use of any electronic signaling device be permitted if such possession and/or use is disruptive to the educational process.



While electronic signaling devices of all types may be useful for communication purposes, the Board of Education also recognizes the potential for distraction that these devices may cause in the classroom, on campus and at school activities. As a result, the Board highly discourages pupils from possessing and/or using electronic signaling devices, except where the use of such a device is essential for the health of a pupil.





Legal Reference:

EDUCATION CODE

EC 48901.5 Electronic signaling devices



Board Goal

A. Quality Education for All



BOARD ADOPTED: September 14, 1990

BOARD UPDATED: ??

TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION DISCUSSION

10/04/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT/LISE REILLY/RICK BAGLEY



RE: APPROVAL OF BOARD POLICY 6145 (FORMERLY BP 6146); EXTRACURRICULAR AND CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

FIRST READING



DISCUSSION ITEM NO. D. 2



It is recommended that the Board of Education adopt Board Policy 6145, formerly numbered as BP 6146, Extracurricular and Co-Curricular Activities.



COMMENTS: Current Board Policy (BP 6146) is being recommended for revision as Board Policy 6145, by the administration and athletic department of Santa Monica High School.



The primary difference between the current policy and the proposed revision, is the manner in which eligibility/ineligibility is determined. Current policy states that if a student's GPA for the prior grading period falls below 2.0 (on a 4.0 scale), he/she will be ineligible to participate until such time that the GPA for a grading period is 2.0 or above. The proposed revision would allow for the inclusion of a "probationary period" of not more than one grading period, before a student would become ineligible. This means that if a student's GPA were to fall below 2.0 for the prior grading period, he/she would still be allowed to participate during the current grading period. This would be considered his/her "probationary period" and if grades were not raised to a 2.0 or higher, the student would then become ineligible during the next grading period.



The inclusion of a probationary period is not mandatory, but is permitted under Rule 205.A.1 and 205.A.2 of the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) "Blue Book". California Education Code 35160.5 also allows for Districts to grant up to one full semester as a "probationary period". It should also be noted that the proposed revision is in compliance with CSBA policy guidelines.





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APPROVAL OF BOARD POLICY 6145 (FORMERLY BP 6146); EXTRACURRICULAR AND CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES FIRST READING









































































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SMMUSD Board Policy BP 6145

Instruction



Extracurricular and Cocurricular Activities



A. GENERAL PROVISIONS



The Board of Education recognizes that extracurricular and cocurricular activities enrich the educational and social development and experiences of students. The district shall encourage and support student participation in extra/cocurricular activities without compromising the integrity and purpose of the educational program.



No student shall be prohibited from participating in extra/cocurricular activities related to the educational program because of inability to pay fees associated with the activity.



The Superintendent or designee shall ensure that disabled students have access, to the extent possible, to extracurricular and cocurricular activities, student organizations and school-related social events, regardless of the severity or nature of their disabilities.



Extra/cocurricular activities shall be supervised by district employees whenever they are conducted under the name of the district.



B. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS



In order to participate in extra/cocurricular activities, students in grades 7 through 12 must demonstrate satisfactory educational progress in meeting the requirements for graduation.

The Superintendent or designee may exempt from eligibility requirements extra/cocurricular activities or programs which are offered primarily for the student's academic or educational achievement.



To encourage and support academic excellence, the Board requires students in grades 7 through 12 to earn a minimum 2.0 or "C" grade point average on a 4.0 scale in order to participate in extra/cocurricular activities. Students with any "F" grades must also maintain minimum progress towards graduation in order to meet eligibility requirements.



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probation period of not more than one grading period.



The Superintendent or designee may revoke a student's eligibility for participation in extra/cocurricular activities when a student's poor citizenship is serious enough to warrant loss of this privilege.



The Board shall annually review this policy and implementing regulations.











Legal Reference:

EDUCATION CODE

35160.5 District policy rules and regulations; requirements; matters subject to regulation

35179 Interscholastic athletics; associations or consortia

48930-48938 Student organizations

CODE OF REGULATIONS, TITLE 5

350 Fees not permitted

5531 Supervision of extracurricular activities of pupils

COURT DECISIONS

Hartzell v. Connell (1984) 35 Cal.3d 899



Management Resources:

CDE LEGAL ADVISORIES

1001.09 Access to School-Related Activities and Events by Disabled Students, LO: 3-90

CDE PROGRAM ADVISORIES

0409.87 Student Requirements for participation





District Goal

A. Quality Education for All



Board Updated: ??

Board Adopted: October 5, 1992

CSBA Updated: December, 1990









TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION DISCUSSION

10/04/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT/JOSEPH QUARLES/RICK BAGLEY



RE: APPROVAL OF BOARD POLICY 4113 - ASSIGNMENT

FIRST READING



DISCUSSION ITEM NO. D.3



It is recommended that the Board of Education adopt Board Policy 4113, Assignment.



COMMENTS: BP 4113 (Assignment) is being recommended for adoption as part of the Board's on-going work to establish, revise and update Board policies. This particular policy, if adopted, would replace existing BP 4113 which was adopted by the Board on November 5, 1998. The attached policy is recommended by the California School Board's Association (CSBA) as meeting the current provisions of all new laws and regulations. The CSBA recommended policy was last updated in March, 2001.



This is a revised and MANDATED policy which includes language encouraging assignment of fully qualified teachers to the lowest performing schools, and a note regarding a NEW LAW that establishes incentives for teachers with National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS) certification to teach in low-performing schools for four years.



Education Code 35035 gives the Superintendent or designee the authority to assign personnel subject to Board approval.



The policy addresses the need to assign qualified teachers to the lowest performing schools. Education Code 44395 provides one-time $10,000 merit awards to teachers who are employed by districts, including charter schools, and who have attained certification from the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards. SB 1666 (Ch. 70, Statutes of 2000) amended Education Code 44395 to provide an additional $20,000 if the teacher agrees to teach for four years in a low-performing school, defined as one that is in the bottom half of all schools statewide based on the Academic Performance Index.







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Education Code 44250-44279 addresses credential types and provides conditions under which specified teachers may be assigned outside the scope of their credentials. Among these statutes, Education Code 44258.3 allows the Board to assign the holder of a credential other than an emergency permit to teach any subjects in departmentalized classes in any of grades K-12, with the teacher's consent, provided that the Board first verifies that the teacher has adequate knowledge of each subject to be taught. If the district makes such assignments, Education Code 44258.3 mandates the Board to establish policies and procedures for verifying the adequacy of these teachers' subject knowledge; the following paragraph is provided for these districts.



Pursuant to Education Code 44258.9, the County Superintendent of Schools is responsible for monitoring teacher assignments and reporting to the Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC). In schools and districts likely to have misassignments based on past experience or other information, the County Superintendent must review assignment practices annually. In all other schools, he/she must review assignment practices on a four-year cycle. In counties in which there is a single school district, the CTC is responsible for monitoring teacher assignments. SMMUSD is reviewed on a four-year cycle with the next review scheduled for 2002-03.



Pursuant to Education Code 44258.9, the County Superintendent is required to notify any certificated administrator responsible for a misassignment and advise him/her to correct it within 30 calendar days. The County Superintendent is also required to notify the Superintendent of any district where five percent or more of the certificated teachers in the secondary schools are misassigned, advising him/her to correct the misassignments within 120 calendar days. Education Code 44258.9 also requires a teacher who believes he/she has been misassigned, after exhausting any

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local remedies, to file a written notification with the County Superintendent, who must advise the teacher as to the legality of the assignment within 15 working days.



Education Code 44258.7 allows the use of a committee to approve, in advance, the voluntary assignment of full-time teachers to teach an elective course outside their credential authorization in an area for which they have special skills or preparation. Assignments approved by such a committee can be made for any percentage of a teacher's assignment.





















































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Certificated Personnel



Assignment



In order to serve the best interests of students and the educational program, the Superintendent or designee shall assign certificated personnel to positions for which their preparation, certification, experience and aptitude qualify them.



Teachers may be assigned to any school within the district in accordance with the collective bargaining agreement.



The Board of Education encourages the assignment of experienced and fully credentialed teachers, including those who have attained National Board for Professional Teaching Standards certification, to schools with the greatest need to improve student achievement.



Teachers may be assigned outside the scope of their certificates or fields of study only as allowed by law and when so required in order to meet the needs of the educational program.



The Superintendent or designee may assign holders of a credential other than an emergency permit, with their consent, to teach subjects outside their credential authorization in departmentalized classes, pursuant to Education Code 44258.3. The Superintendent or designee shall develop procedures to verify the subject matter knowledge of the teacher before any such assignment is made. These procedures shall be developed with the assistance of subject matter specialists and shall be submitted to the Board for approval.



The Superintendent or designee shall periodically report to the Board on any teacher misassignments.



A. Committee on Assignments



The Superintendent or designee shall establish a committee on assignments which may grant approval for the voluntary assignment of full-time teachers to teach one or more elective courses outside their credential authorization in an area for which they have special skills or preparation.





Legal Reference:

EDUCATION CODE

35035 Additional powers and duties of superintendent

37616 Assignment of teachers to year-round schools

44250-44279 Credentials and assignments of teachers

44395-44398 Incentives for assigning NBPTS-certified teachers to low-performing schools

44824 Assignment of teachers to weekend classes

44955 Reduction in number of employees

GOVERNMENT CODE

3543.2 Scope of representation





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Management Resources:

WEB SITES

Commission on Teacher Credentialing: www.ctc.ca.gov





BOARD GOAL:

A. Quality Education for All





CSBA UPDATED: March, 2001

BOARD ADOPTED: November 5, 1998

BOARD UPDATED: ??





TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION DISCUSSION

10/04/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT/JOSEPH N. QUARLES/RODNEY TAYLOR



RE: APPROVAL OF BOARD POLICY 3550 - FOOD SERVICE/CHILD NUTRITION PROGRAM FIRST READING



DISCUSSION NO. D.4



It is recommended that the Board of Education adopt Board Policy 3550, Food Service/Child Nutrition Program





COMMENTS: BP 3550 (Food Service/Child Nutrition Program) is being recommended for adoption as part of the Board's on-going work to establish, revise and update Board policies. This particular policy, if adopted, would be new to our District policy manual. The attached policy is recommended by the California School Board's Association (CSBA) as meeting the provisions of all new laws and regulations. The CSBA recommended policy was last updated in March, 2001.



This revised policy clarifies that the district's food service program is required to satisfy all legal requirements, including nutritional standards and dietary guidelines. The policy also contains updated legal citations and deletes references to out-dated State Board of Education policy.



Pursuant to 7 CFR 210.12, districts participating in the National School Lunch Program are encouraged to promote activities to involve students and parents/guardians in the program. The following optional paragraph reflects this intent and should be revised to reflect district practice.



In order to qualify for reimbursements under the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs, districts must comply with the nutritional standards specified in 7 CFR 210.10 and 220.8. The following paragraph is for use by districts participating in the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs.



"Offer versus Serve" is an option which allows students to decline a certain number of meal items which they do not intend to consume while still

DISCUSSION ITEM D. (Continued)

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allowing the meal to qualify for reimbursement under the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs. Pursuant to 7 CFR 210.10 and 220.8, this option applies to high school students. At the Board's discretion, this option may be extended to students in all grades to the extent permitted by law.





























































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SMMUSD Board Policy BP 3550

Business and Noninstructional Operations



Food Service/Child Nutrition Program



The Board of Education recognizes that students need adequate, nourishing food in order to grow, learn and maintain good health. To reinforce the district's nutrition education program, foods available on school premises shall be:



1. Carefully selected so as to contribute to students' nutritional well-being and the prevention of disease



2. Prepared in ways which will appeal to students, retain nutritive quality and foster healthful eating habits



3. Served in age-appropriate quantities and at reasonable prices



The Superintendent or designee shall ensure that the meals offered by the district's food service program meet all legal requirements for participation in the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs.



The Superintendent or designee shall develop strategies designed to encourage the participation of students and parents/guardians in the selection of foods of good nutritional quality for school menus. Parents/guardians are encouraged to support the district's nutrition education efforts by considering nutritional quality when selecting any snacks which they may donate for occasional class parties.



To the extent permitted under the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs, students in all grades shall be allowed to decline a certain number of meal items which they do not intend to consume.



Legal Reference:

EDUCATION CODE

38080-38103 Cafeterias - establishment and use

45103.5 Contracts for management consulting services; restrictions

49490-49493 School breakfast and lunch programs

49500-49505 School meals

49510-49520 Nutrition

49530-49536 Child Nutrition Act

49540-49546 Child care food program

49547-48548.3 Comprehensive nutrition services

49550-49560 Meals for needy students

49570 National School Lunch Act

CODE OF REGULATIONS, TITLE 5

15500-15501 Food sales by student organizations

15510 Mandatory meals for needy students

15530-15535 Nutrition education

15550-15565 School lunch and breakfast programs







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CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS, TITLE 7

210.1-210.31 National School Lunch Program

220.1-220.21 National School Breakfast Program



Management Resources:

WEB SITES

CDE, Nutrition Services Division: http://www.cde.ca.gov/nsd/

California Project L.E.A.N: http://www.dhs.cahwnet.gov/lean

U.S. Department of Agriculture; Child Nutrition Programs: http:// www.fns.usda.gov/cnd/





BOARD GOAL:

A. Quality Education for All





CSBA UPDATED: March, 2001

BOARD ADPOTED: ??



TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION DISCUSSION

10/04/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT/JOSEPH QUARLES/RICK BAGLEY



RE: APPROVAL OF BOARD POLICY 4111 - RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION FIRST READING



DISCUSSION NO. D.5



It is recommended that the Board of Education adopt Board Policy 4111, Recruitment and Selection.



COMMENTS: BP 4111 (Recruitment and Selection) is being recommended for adoption as part of the Board's on-going work to establish, revise and update Board policies. This particular policy, if adopted, would be new to our District policy manual. The attached policy is recommended by the California School Board's Association (CSBA) as meeting the provisions of all new laws and regulations. The CSBA recommended policy was last updated in March, 2001.



This policy has been updated by CSBA to reflect a NEW LAW providing incentive grants to districts to recruit and retain credentialed teachers in schools that are ranked at the bottom half of the state's Academic Performance Index.



This policy reflects the purposes of the Teacher Recruitment Incentive Program established by Education Code 44735, added by SB 1666 (Ch. 70, Statutes of 2000). Under this program, districts may apply for incentive grants to attract and retain credentialed teachers in schools ranking in the bottom half of the Academic Performance Index. Funds may be used at the discretion of the district for the purpose of reducing the number of teachers with emergency permits. Possible incentives listed in Education Code 44735 are included in the policy.



SB 1666 also added Education Code 44751 to establish six regional teacher recruitment centers across the state. With a focus on recruiting teachers to













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low-performing schools, the centers will, among other duties, provide information and counseling to prospective teachers, screen and distribute applications of prospective teachers to participating schools, and schedule interviews between candidates and school administrators.





























































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Certificated Personnel



Recruitment And Selection



Because an important factor in student achievement is the quality of the teaching staff, the Board of Education desires to employ the most highly qualified and appropriate person available for each open position.



The Superintendent or designee shall recruit candidates for open positions based on an assessment of the district's needs for specific skills, knowledge and abilities. He/she shall develop job descriptions that accurately describe all essential and marginal functions and duties of each position, and shall disseminate job announcements to ensure a wide range of candidates.



The Superintendent or designee may provide incentives to recruit credentialed teachers to teach in any district school ranked in the bottom half of the state Academic Performance Index. Such incentives may include, but are not limited to, signing bonuses, improved work conditions, teacher compensation or housing subsidies.



The Superintendent or designee shall develop selection procedures that identify the best possible candidate for each position based on screening processes, interviews, observations, and recommendations from previous employers.



No inquiry shall be made with regard to the age, gender, race, ethnicity, religion, national origin, medical condition, disability or sexual orientation of a person seeking employment. During job interviews, applicants may be asked to describe or demonstrate how they will be able to perform the duties of the job.



District employment practices shall not discriminate against legal noncitizen residents. Inquiries to assure employment eligibility shall be made in accordance with law, Board policy and administrative regulation.



For each position, the Superintendent or designee shall present to the Board one candidate who meets all qualifications established by law and the Board for the position. No person shall be employed by the Board without the recommendation or endorsement of the Superintendent or designee.





Legal Reference:

EDUCATION CODE

200-262.4 Prohibition of discrimination on the basis of sex

44066 Limitations on certification requirement

44259 Teaching credential; exception; designated subjects; minimum requirements

44735 Incentive grants for recruiting teachers for low-performing schools

44750-44754.5 Regional teacher recruitment centers

44830-44831 Employment of certificated persons





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44858 Age or marital status in certificated positions

44859 Prohibition against certain rules and regulations re residency

52051 Academic Performance Index

GOVERNMENT CODE

12900 Unlawful employment practices

12940-12956 Discrimination prohibited; unlawful practices

UNITED STATES CODE, TITLE 8

1324(a)(b) Immigration and Nationality Act

UNITED STATES CODE, TITLE 42

2000d-2000d-7 Title VI, Civil Rights Act of 1964

2000e-2000e-17 Title VII, Civil Rights Act of 1964 as amended

2000h-2-2000h-6 Title IX, 1972 Education Act Amendments

12101-12213 Americans With Disabilities





BOARD GOAL:

A. Quality Education for All





CSBA UPDATED: March, 2001

BOARD ADOPTED: ??







TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION DISCUSSION

10/04/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT/JOSEPH N. QUARLES/RODNEY TAYLOR



RE: APPROVAL OF BOARD POLICY 3551 - FOOD SERVICES OPERATIONS/CAFETERIA FUND FIRST READING



DISCUSSION NO. ITEM D.6



It is recommended that the Board of Education adopt Board Policy 3551, Food Services Operation/Cafeteria Fund



COMMENTS: BP 3551 (Food Services Operation/Cafeteria Fund) is being recommended for adoption as part of the Board's on-going work to establish, revise and update Board policies. This particular policy, if adopted, would be new to our District policy manual. The attached policy is recommended by the California School Board's Association (CSBA) as meeting the provisions of all new laws and regulations. The CSBA recommended policy was last updated in March, 2001.



This is a MANDATED policy which contain new note and text regarding the serving of meals to adults other than employees and Board members who are on campus during meal times. Revised option also clarifies that reimbursement for wages and benefits paid from the general fund may not exceed actual costs incurred.



Education Code 38082 authorizes the cafeteria to sell food only to students, district employees, Board members and employees of the fund or association maintaining the cafeteria. Districts that wish to provide meals to other persons are mandated to adopt a resolution authorizing the provision of meals to other persons. In Management Bulletin No. 00-111, the California Department of Education addresses the issue of serving of meals provided under the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs to persons other than those specified in Education Code 38082. The CDE recommends that the Board's policy or resolution specify the circumstances under which those other persons will be served and the means by which the district will ensure that costs of meals are not subsidized by federal or state reimbursements.



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Pursuant to Education Code 45103.5, districts may contract with food service management companies only for consulting services for a period of one year. Such companies are not allowed to manage or operate food service programs on behalf of a district. However, it appears permissible under Education Code 45103.5 for a district to enter into a franchise agreement under which a school operates the food service as a fast food company franchise, paying the private company for training, recipes and the use of its logos. The food would be prepared at the school, and the franchise agreement would be subject to the competitive bidding requirements of the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs, as would the purchase of food products.















































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Business and Noninstructional Operations



Food Service Operations/Cafeteria Fund



The Board of Education intends that, insofar as possible, school food services shall be a self-supporting, nonprofit program. Upon recommendation of the Superintendent or designee, the Board shall review and approve meal prices. Program financial reports shall be presented regularly to the Board.



Meals may be offered to employees and Board members as a matter of convenience. Since these meals may include federally donated food commodities, their price shall be set in accordance with state and federal guidelines.



Meals may be served to adults other than employees and Board members who are on campus during meal times for a legitimate purpose, such as serving as a classroom volunteer. Since these meals may include federally donated food commodities, their price shall be set in accordance with state and federal guidelines.



A. Cafeteria Fund



The Superintendent or designee shall establish a cafeteria fund independent of the district's general fund.



The wages, salaries and benefits of food service employees shall be paid from the cafeteria fund. (Education Code 38103)



To increase cost effectiveness, the Superintendent or designee shall centralize and direct the purchasing of food and supplies, the planning of menus, and the auditing of all food service accounts for the district.



B. Contracts with Outside Providers



With Board approval, the district may enter into a contract for management consulting services related to food service on a year-to-year basis.



With Board approval, the district may enter into a contract with a private company that enables a school to operate a franchise offering fast food items for sale to students. The franchise agreement and food purchases shall be subject to the competitive bidding requirements of the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs.





Legal Reference:

EDUCATION CODE

38090-38095 Cafeterias, funds and accounts

38100-38103 Cafeterias, allocation of charges





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42646 Alternate payroll procedure

45103.5 Contracts for management consulting services

49490-49493 School breakfast and lunch programs

49500-49505 School meals

CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS, TITLE 7

210.1-210.31 National School Lunch Program

220.1-220.21 National School Breakfast Program



Management Resources:

CDE MANAGEMENT ADVISORIES

0701.00 Adult and Sibling Meals in the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs, No. 00-111

WEB SITES

CDE, Nutrition Services Division: http://www.cde.ca.gov/nsd/

U.S. Department of Agriculture; Child Nutrition Programs: http:// www.fns.usda.gov/cnd/





BOARD GOAL:

A. Quality Education for All





CSBA UPDATED: March, 2001

BOARD ADOPTED: ??





TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION DISCUSSION

10/04/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT/JOSEPH QUARLES/RICK BAGLEY



RE: APPROVAL OF BOARD POLICY 3511 - ENERGY AND WATER CONSERVATION FIRST READING



DISCUSSION ITEM NO. D.7



It is recommended that the Board of Education adopt Board Policy 3511, Energy and Water Conservation



COMMENTS: BP 3511 (Energy and Water Conservation) is being recommended for adoption as part of the Board's on-going work to establish, revise and update Board policies.



This policy was first introduced on CSBA's web site in February 2001. The Policy was revised to reflect recommendations by the California Department of Education designed to help districts deal with power outages and to conserve energy. The Policy contains language regarding the development of an energy efficiency program and emergency action plan.



In the event that instructional time is lost as a result of an energy crisis, districts may request credit for the loss of ADA as detailed in the California Department of Education's Management Advisory 90-01.



The California Energy Commission administers the Bright Schools Program pursuant to Public Resources Code 25410-25421. This program offers specific services to help districts become more energy efficient by providing design and implementation assistance, conducting energy audit and feasibility studies, providing equipment bid specifications, assisting with installation and helping to secure loans for energy-related maintenance. In addition, CSBA administers the Smart Power Program which provides an independent evaluation of energy suppliers' for school districts and county office of education.













DISCUSSION ITEM D. (Continued)

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The attached policy is recommended by the California School Board's Association (CSBA) as meeting the provisions of all new laws and regulations. The CSBA recommended policy was developed in March, 2001 and would be a new policy for SMMUSD.

































































MOTION MADE BY:

SECONDED BY:



STUDENT ADVISORY VOTE:

AYES:

NOES:

ABSTENTIONS:

SMMUSD Board Policy BP 3511

Business and Noninstructional Operations



Energy and Water Conservation



The Board of Education is committed to reducing the district's demand for electricity and water in order to help conserve natural resources and to save money to support other district needs. To that end, the Board shall establish goals to help reduce the district's energy and water consumption.



The Superintendent or designee shall establish an energy efficiency program which shall include specific strategies designed to help the district use energy more efficiently and to help ensure that funds intended for student learning are not diverted to cover energy costs.



As part of the energy efficiency program, the Superintendent or designee shall develop an emergency action plan to address actions to be taken in the event of power outages in schools, both during and after school operations. The action plan shall also address the role of staff, students and parents/guardians in helping to conserve resources and other activities to help the district meet energy reduction goals.



The Superintendent or designee shall analyze the effect of a utility rate increase on the district's budget. He/she shall develop and implement any necessary contingency plans.



The Superintendent or designee shall regularly inspect district facilities and operations and make recommendations for maintenance and capital expenditures which may help the district reach its energy and water conservation goals.



The Superintendent or designee shall make every effort to identify funding opportunities and cost-reducing incentive programs to help the district achieve its conservation goals.



The Superintendent or designee shall periodically report to the Board on the district's progress in meeting energy and water use reduction goals.







Legal Reference:

EDUCATION CODE

41422 School term or session length, failure to comply due to disaster

46392 Emergency conditions; ADA estimate

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE

25410-25421 Energy Conservation Assistance













Management Resources:

CDE MANAGEMENT ADVISORIES

0118.01 California's Energy Challenge

0706.90 Water Conservation Advisory, 90-09

0222.90 Average Daily Attendance Credit During Periods of Emergency 90-01

WEB SITES

CSBA: http://www.csba.org

California Department of Education, Facilities Division, Energy Challenge: http://www.cde.ca.gov/facilities/energyefficiency

California Energy Commission: http://www.energy.ca.gov/

Alliance to Save Energy: http://www.ase.org/





Board Goal

A. Quality Education for All





CSBA UPDATED: March, 2001

BOARD ADOPTED:

TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION DISCUSSION

10/04/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT/JOSEPH N. QUARLES/RICK BAGLEY



RE: APPROVAL OF BOARD POLICY 3580 - DISTRICT RECORDS

FIRST READING



DISCUSSION ITEM NO. D.8



It is recommended that the Board of Education adopt Board Policy 3580, District Records.



COMMENTS: BP 3580 (District Records) is being recommended for adoption as part of the Board's on-going work to establish, revise and update Board policies. This particular policy, if adopted, would replace existing BP 3589 (attached) which was adopted in October, 1988. The updated policy is recommended by the California School Board's Association (CSBA) as meeting the provisions of all new laws and regulations. The CSBA recommended policy was last updated in March, 2001.



CSBA updated this Policy to reflect NEW LAW which authorizes the participation of victims of stalking in the Secretary of State's confidential address program.



Although 5 CCR 16022 authorizes districts to store permanent records only on microfilm, Education Code 35254, as amended by AB 1600 (Ch. 646, Statutes of 1999), now authorizes electronic district records. It is likely that Title 5 regulations will be amended to reflect this new law.



Government Code 6207 provides that, when creating a public record, the district must not include actual residences of students, parents/guardians or employees who have been victims of domestic violence when a substitute address is designated through the Secretary of State's Safe At Home Program (formerly known as the California Confidential Address Program (Cal CAP)). As amended by SB 1318 (Ch. 562, Statutes of 2000), victims of stalking may also participate in this program pursuant to Government Code 6205.5.









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Districts are required to accept the program participation card issued by the Secretary of State and substitute a P.O. Box address as the participant's real address. According to the Secretary of State, a participant's confidential, actual address may only be used to establish district eligibility and for school emergency purposes. Pursuant to Government Code 6207, a participant's confidential, actual address is not a public record and should not be made available to anyone under any circumstances.



















































MOTION MADE BY:

SECONDED BY:



STUDENT ADVISORY VOTE:

AYES:

NOES:

ABSTENTIONS:

SMMUSD Board Policy BP 3580

Business and Noninstructional Operations



District Records



District records shall be developed, maintained and disposed of in accordance with law and California Department of Education regulations.



The Superintendent or designee shall establish regulations that define records which are permanent, optional and disposable and specify how each type of record is to be maintained or destroyed. Any microfilm or electronic copies of original records shall be permanently retained.



The Superintendent or designee shall ensure the confidentiality of records as required by law and shall establish regulations to safeguard data against damage or loss.



A. Safe at Home Program



District public records shall not include the actual addresses of students, parents/guardians or employees when a substitute address is designated by the Secretary of State for victims of domestic violence or stalking. (Government Code 6207)



Legal Reference:

EDUCATION CODE

35145 Public meetings

35163 Official actions, minutes and journal

35250-35255 Records and reports

44031 Personnel file contents and inspection

49065 Reasonable charge for transcripts

GOVERNMENT CODE

6205-6211 Confidentiality of addresses for victims of domestic violence

6252-6265 Inspection of public records

12946 Retention of employment applications and records for two years

CODE OF REGULATIONS, TITLE 5

432 Varieties of pupil records

16020-16022 Records-general provisions

16023-16027 Retention of records



Management Resources:

SECRETARY OF STATE

Letter re: California Confidential Address Program Implementation (SB 489), August 27, 1999

WEB SITES

California Secretary of State: http://www.ss.ca.gov







BOARD GOAL: Quality Education for All

CSBA UPDATED: March, 2001

BOARD ADOPTED: 10/10/88

BOARD UPDATED: ??

TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION INFORMATION

10/04/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT



RE: BASIC TEXTBOOKS TO BE ADOPTED



INFORMATIONAL ITEM NO. I.1



It is recommended that the following textbook(s) be adopted for use in the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District. The Board will take action to adopt these books at the next Board of Education meeting.



COMMENT: In accordance with the Board of Education policy, the textbook(s) listed below will be on public display for the next two weeks in the Educational Services Department at 1638 17th Street, Santa Monica, CA 90405.



BEFORE CALCULUS 3, by Louis Leithold, Mathematics, copyright 1994, Grade 11 and 12, BASIC, person requesting adoption: Kathryn Buck from Malibu High School







TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION INFORMATION

10/04/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT/LISE REILLY/KATHY MCTAGGART



RE: LETTER OF INTENT: SANTA MONICA EARLY CHILDHOOD INITIATIVE



INFORMATIONAL COMMUNICATION NO. I.2



Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District, a acting as Lead Agency, has submitted a formal Letter of Intent to the Los Angeles Children and Families First proposition 10 Commission for funding to support and expand collaborative programs and services for children 0-5 and their families. The "Santa Monica Early Childhood Initiative" is the product and distillation of nearly three years of broad-based community research and discussion and represents the input of parents, community agencies and the Early Childhood Investors Group which includes leaders representing the City of Santa Monica, the School District, the Chamber of Commerce, Los Angeles County Department of Health, Venice Family Clinic, RAND, Santa Monica College, Saint John's and Santa Monica/UCLA Medical Center and others. If the Letter of Intent is successful, the District will be invited to submit a full proposal, due early December, with a detailed program and budget.