TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION ACTION/CONSENT

12/06/01

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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TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION ACTION/CONSENT

12/06/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT/LISE REILLY

RE: APPROVAL OF INDEPENDENT CONTRACTORS
RECOMMENDATION NO. A.2

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
Don Shalvey

Oct 1, 2001- May 30, 2002

Cost: Not to exceed $2,750

To provide critical inquiry consultation Lincoln School Improvement

01- 72600-0-11100-10000-5802-012-4120

Dr. George Wood

Nov 19, 2001 (one day only)

Cost: Not to exceed $300

To lead a forum for parents and staff on authentic assessment and how to incorporate it in the educational program SMASH School Improvement

01-60170-0-11100-10000-5802-009-4090

Martha Stevens

December 6, 2001 to June 30,2002

Cost: not to exceed a total of $5,000.00

To provide one full day literacy-based activity for each elementary school during the 2001-2002 school year Educational Services

for the Education Foundation

Education Foundation

01-90820-0-11100-10000-5802-030-1300


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TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION ACTION/CONSENT

12/06/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT

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
Pt. Dume

4th & 5th Grade

Monterey Bay

4/23/02 to

4/24/02

Kris Jennings $175.00 per student

paid for by

Science This is a five day enrichment program offered to 4th and 5th grade to study Hands On
Malibu

6th grade

155 stds

Astro Camp

3/11/02 to 3/13/02

Matthews

Eicks

$200.00 per student paid for by students Science The theme of the camp is space and physics, which compliments the eighth grade

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TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION ACTION/CONSENT

12/06/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT/LISE REILLY/STEVE CANNELL

RE: APPROVAL OF 2001-2002 CONSOLIDATED APPLICATION FOR

FUNDING CATEGORICAL AID PROGRAMS (PART II)
RECOMMENDATION NO. A.4It is recommended that the Board of Education approve the 2001-2002 Consolidated Application for Funding Categorical Aid Programs (Part II).

COMMENT: The Consolidated Application Part II is a document that is submitted to the California State Department of Education every Fall by all school districts that receive funding for categorical programs. Based on the statistical information in Part I of the Consolidated Application, the state allocates funding for each of the specific programs that each school is eligible to participate in.

Part II of the Consolidated Application for Funding Categorical Aid Programs contains our district's information related to entitlements, allocations, and number of participants in special programs. Expenditures of most categorical aid is legally restricted to its particular purpose.

A copy of the grant application is on file in the Educational Services Department.


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TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION ACTION/CONSENT

12/06/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT/LISE REILLY

RE: AGREEMENT WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES, CENTER X, GRADUATE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION AND INFORMATION SCIENCE FOR CTEI EVENTS AT UCLA

RECOMMENDATION NO. A.5

It is recommended that the Board of Education enter into a non-instructional contract agreement with the University of California, Center X, Graduate School of Education and Information Science (GSEIS), for the 2001-2002 school year. Estimated cost for this agreement is not-to-exceed $13,500.00.

Funding Information:

Source: Categorical - Restricted

Currently Budgeted: Yes

Account Number 01-73450-0-11100-10000-5890-030-1300

Description: Non-Instructional Contracts/CTEI/

Educational Services

COMMENT: The California Department of Education grant, Comprehensive Teacher Education Institute (CTEI) is a partnership grant with SMMUSD and UCLA Center X, GSEIS. In 2001-2002, there will be various teacher institutes held at UCLA. With the establishment of this non-instructional contract, UCLA will be able to invoice the District for expenses which may include: UCLA meeting room rental, parking costs for attendees, substitute or stipend costs for attendees from other partnership districts, books, in-service supplies which may include lunch and/or refreshments, instructional and non-instructional supplies necessary for the meetings.

The CTEI grant funds 60% of the SMMUSD liaison SAMOHI teacher, Meredith Louria to coordinate the grant, to also be released to attend CTEI bi-annual meetings and the non-instructional contract with UCLA.

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TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION ACTION/CONSENT

12/06/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT

RE: CHANGE OF MEETING DATE FOR JANUARY, 2002

RECOMMENDATION NO. A.6

It is recommended that the Board of Education approve changing the meeting date of the first meeting in January, 2002, fromThursday, January 10, 2002, to Thursday, January 17, 2002, one week later. It is understood that there will be two consecutive Thursday night meetings.

The location will remain as is: the Board Room of the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District Administrative Offices, 1651 16th Street, Santa Monica, California, 90404.

It is similarly recommended that the Board of Education approve a joint meeting with the Financial Oversight Committee as part of its regularly scheduled meeting of January 17. 2002. To maximize the time of all concerned parties, it has been suggested that a specific time for the joint meeting be established, 8:30 PM., and that the meeting will last no longer than one (1) hour.

COMMENT: Both Superintendent and Deputy Superintendent must attend a meeting out of town during the week of

January 7, 2002.

Financial Oversight Committee has requested a formal meeting with the Board and it has been suggested that this meeting would provide an excellent opportunity for the two groups to interface prior to the commencement of budget preparation.

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TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION ACTION/CONSENT

12/06/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT/LISE REILLY/STEVE CANNELL

RE: 2001-2002 SITE PLANS
RECOMMENDATION NO. A.7


It is recommended that the Board of Education approve the 2001-2002 School Site Plans as developed and approved by each school's Governance Council.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION

With the assurance of school and community participation, Governance Councils are required to develop comprehensive school improvement plans. These plans require sites to gather and analyze information, identify human and financial resources, develop goals and objectives, and monitor results. Improvement plans are also used by the California Department of Education (CDE) as a tool to monitor a district's compliance in their use of state and federal categorical funds. The focus of these plans should be improving student achievement.

In order to complete the plan, sites will conduct needs assessments, identify goals, establish objectives to meet those goals, and coordinate their resources for effective implementation. The 2001-2002 plans listed below are on file for public review in the Educational Services Department.



Site Plans Completed
*Plans not yet completed

*Anticipated Completion

Date

John Muir

Grant Franklin

Point Dume

Cabrillo

Lincoln

John Adams

McKinley

Will Rogers

Edison

Alternative

Webster 12/14/01

Malibu 12/18/01

Olympic no date yet

Samohi 12/21/01

Roosevelt 12/21/01



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TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION ACTION/CONSENT

12/06/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT/VIRGINIA I.HYATT

RE: APPROVAL OF PURCHASE ORDERSRECOMMENDATION NO. A.8


It is recommended that the Board of Education approve the following Purchase Orders and Changed Purchase Orders from November 9, 2001, through November 28, 2001, for fiscal year 2000/01.


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TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION ACTION/CONSENT

12/06/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT

RE: CONFERENCE AND TRAVEL APPROVAL/RATIFICATION RECOMMENDATION NO. A.9


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 - Resource Number

CONFERENCE NAME

LOCATION

DATE (S)

COST

ESTIMATE

BART-BELL, Dana

Samohi

No Cost to District

California School Library Assn.

Long Beach, CA

November 1 - 2, 2001

SUB ONLY
BIXLER, Bill

Malibu High

01-73150-0-00000-21400-5220-010-4100 General Fund -

Resource: SB 1882

International Assn. for Jazz Education

Long Beach, CA

January 10 - 11, 2002

$450.00

+ SUB

BRADFORD, Maureen

Rogers Elementary

01-72600-0-11100-10000-5220-006-4060 General Fund -

Resource: SIP K-6

Principal's Retreat

Ventura, CA

August 13 - 14, 2001

$100.00
BROWN, J.C.

Lincoln Middle

01-72600-0-11100-10000-5220-012-4120 General Fund -

Resource: SIP K-6

California Mathematics Council Conference

Palm Springs, CA

November 3 - 4, 2001

$95.00
CORLISS, Chris

Educational Services

01-00000-0-11100-10000-5220-030-1300 General Fund -

Function: Instruction

Healthy Schools, Healthy People

Los Angeles, CA

January 16 - 18, 2002

$140.00
CORRIGAN, Brian

Malibu High

01-71400-0-11100-10000-5220-010-4100 General Fund -

Resource: GATE

AP Conference - Statistics

Chatsworth, CA

October 8, 2001

$125.00
DEASY, John

Superintendent

01-00000-0-00000-72000-5220-

020-1200 General Fund -

Function: Other Genl. Admin.

Luncheon Meeting

Santa Monica, CA

October 30 - 31, 2001

$75.96
DELANEY, Pam

Samohi

No Cost to District

Recipes for Success Workshop

Santa Monica, CA

November 28, 2001

SUB ONLY



HARRIS, Peggy

Educational Services

01-91230-0-19200-10000-5220-030-1300 General Fund -

Resource: City of Santa Monica/Multicultural

CSBA ELL Taskforce Meeting

Sacramento, CA

November 14, 2001

$300.00
JACOBS, Rochelle

Cabrillo

01-00030-0-11100-10000-5220-017-4170 General Fund -

Resource: API Award

Practical Strategies for Working Successfully with Difficult Students

Ventura, CA

November 16, 2001

$145.00

+ SUB

JAGO, Carol

Samohi

No Cost to District

CRLP Directors' Meeting

San Diego, CA

December 6, 2001

SUB ONLY

(Paid for by UCLA)

JOY, Marion

Franklin

01-72600-0-11100-10000-5220-

002-4020 General Fund -

Resource: SIP K-6

Using Classroom Data to Improve Student Achievement

Downey, CA

January 16 - 17, 2002

$50.00

+ SUB

MAREK, Celia

Samohi

No Cost to District





No Cost to District

Networking Fundamentals

Downey, CA

December 3 - 4, 2001

Digital Imaging

Downey, CA

January 16, 2002

SUB ONLY





SUB ONLY

MILLER, Stephanie

Olympic High

01-41100-0-11100-10000-5220-014-4140 General Fund -

Resource: Title VI - Innovative Educ. Strategy

California School Counselor Assn.

Ontario, CA

November 16 - 17, 2001

$100.00
PALILIS, Barbara

Samohi

01-65000-0-57700-11900-5220-043-1400 General Fund -

Resource: Special Education

47th Annual Speech Language Study Conference

Lakewood, CA

January 23, 2002

$35.00

PETERSON, Suzanne

Educational Services

01-41100-0-11100-10000-5220-035-1300 General Fund -

Resource: Title VI - Innov. Education Strategies

California School Library Assn.

Long Beach, CA

October 31 - November 3, 2001

$300.00
PORTER, Lynne

Adult Education

11-39100-0-41100-10000-5220-095-2950 Adult Educ. Fund-

Resource: Adult Ed P1, 2 & 3

GED Train the Trainers

Santa Ana, CA

November 6, 2001

$50.00
SAMARGE, Pat

Franklin Elementary

01-72600-0-11100-10000-5220-002-4020 General Fund -

Resource: SIP K-6

Using Classroom Data to Improve Student Achievement

Downey, CA

January 16 - 17, 2001

$50.00
SEYMOUR, Georgia

Purchasing

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

Function: Other Genl. Admin.

Vendor Show

San Dimas, CA

November 9, 2001

$30.36
STRAUS, Ilene

Lincoln Middle

01-41100-0-11100-10000-5220-012-4120 General Fund -

Resource: Title VI - Innov. Education Strategies

ACSA Academy #349

Monrovia, CA

November, 2001 to April, 2002

(8 evenings & Saturdays)

$1000.00
STROUD, Ruth

Adult Education

11-39100-0-41100-10000-5220-095-2950 Adult Educ. Fund-

Resource: Adult Ed P1, 2 & 3

GED Teacher Academy

Baldwin Park, CA

November 17, 2001

$150.00
WHALEY, Tom

Educational Services

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

Resource: Arts Education Partnership Grant

California Arts Assessment Meeting

San Bernardino, CA

November 15, 2001



$100.00







WILLIS, Deborah

Samohi

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

Resource: SB 1882

35th Annual California Reading Assn. Conference

Ontario, CA

November 8 - 10, 2001

$170.00
Adjustments

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

GABARINI, Rachelle

Special Education

01-33200-0-57300-11900-5220-044-1400 General Fund

Resource: Special Ed - IDEA Preschool

Teamwork 2001

San Diego, CA

November 7 - 10, 2001

$190.24

ADD'L.

Group Conference and Travel: In-State

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

BAXTER-LAM, Nan

TAPIA, Sue

Special Education

01-34050-0-50010-11900-5220-044-1400 General Fund -

Resource: Special Education- Workability

Workability I Fall Business Meeting Training

Los Angeles, CA

November 8, 2001

$250.00

Total

ARMSTRONG, Brenda

+ 9 Additional Staff

Samohi

No Cost to District

Smaller Learning Communities Site Visit

San Diego, CA

November 16, 2001

9 SUBS ONLY
BURROWS, Linda

+ 7 Additional Staff

Lincoln Middle

01-00030-0-11100-10000-5220-012-4120 General Fund -

Resource: API Award

Chancellor's Conference

UCLA

December 1, 2001

$560.00

Total

LINNEAR, Hattie

SCHMIDT, Laurel

Student Services

01-00000-0-00000-72000-5220-040-1400 General Fund -

Function: Other Genl. Admin.

Critical Information & Liability Issues for School Employees

Downey, CA

December 6, 2001

$79.00

$79.00





NELSON, Terry

Malibu High

01-71400-0-11100-10000-5220-010-4100 General Fund -

Resource: GATE

WEXLER, Linda

Samohi

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

Resource: Reimbursed by ASB

Advanced Placement Workshop

Chatsworth, CA

December 8, 2001

$125.00









$125.00

ANDERSON, Judy

+ 2 Additional Staff

Lincoln Middle

01-00030-0-11100-10000-5220-012-4120 General Fund -

Resource: API Award

No Cost to District

Practical Activities for Strengthening Your Teaching of Physical Science

Anaheim, CA

December 19, 2001

$525.00 Total

+ 3 Subs

DEASY, John

Superintendent

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

Function: Other Genl. Admin.

QUARLES, Joseph

Personnel Services

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

Function: Other Genl. Admin.

California School Leadership Academy

San Francisco, CA

January 10 - 12, 2001

$1,000.00









$1,000.00

LAZARE, Shernice

+ 3 Additional Staff

Muir Elementary

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

Resource: Title VI - Innov.

Education Strategies

Making Math Make Sense

Buena Park, CA

January 18, 2002

$516.00

Total

+ 4 SUBS

DZULA, Rick

+ 3 Additional Staff

Webster Elementary

01-72800-0-11100-10000-5220-008-4080 General Fund -

Resource: SIP K-6

Marcy Cook

Anaheim, CA

January 23, 2001

$507.00

Total

+ 3 SUBS

EMERSON, Susan

+ 2 Additional Staff

Roosevelt Elementary

01-11000-0-11100-10000-5220-007-4070 General Fund -

Resource: State Lottery

Southern California Kindergarten Conference

Burbank, CA

March 1 - 2, 2002

$480.00

+ 3 SUBS





Out-of-State Conferences: Individual
NONE
Out-of-State Conferences: Group
CARLSON, Linda

+ 3 Additional Staff

Special Education

01-33200-0-57300-11900-5220-044-1400 General Fund -

Resource: Special Ed - IDEA Preschool - Local Ent.

American Speech & Hearing Assoc. Annual Conference

New Orleans, LA

November 15 - 18, 2001

$800.00

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TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION ACTION/CONSENT12/06/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT

RE: ACCEPTANCE OF GIFTS

RECOMMENDATION NO. A.10

It is recommended that the Board of Education accept, with gratitude, checks and gifts totaling $118,526.76 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 $89,389.52 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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TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION ACTION/CONSENT

12/06/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT/JOSEPH N.QUARLES/RICK BAGLEY

RE: CERTIFICATED PERSONNEL - Elections, Separations
RECOMMENDATION NO. A.11

ELECTIONS
ADDITIONAL ASSIGNMENTS
Name/Location Rate Effective Not to Exceed

ADAMS

Gray, Shana 7 hrs @ $34.90 10/06/01 Est Hrly/$244

Steinmetz, Brigitte 7 hrs @ $34.90 10/06/01 Est Hrly/$244

TOTAL ESTABLISHED HOURLY $488

Comment: Moving back into classrooms after construction

30-Unrestricted Resource

Daws, Tracy Stipend $100 10/26/01 Stipend/$100

Silvers, Larry Stipend $100 10/26/01 Stipend/$100

TOTAL STIPEND $200

Comment: Chaperone for school dance

01-Reimbursed by ASB

Bon, Nancy 24 hrs @ $34.90 11/17/01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$838

Daws, Tracy 24 hrs @ $34.90 11/17/01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$838

Goon, Diane 24 hrs @ $34.90 11/17/01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$838

Hale, Shannon 24 hrs @ $34.90 11/17/01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$838

Lang, Justine 24 hrs @ $34.90 11/17/01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$838

Scotland, Alva 24 hrs @ $34.90 11/17/01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$838

Villicana, Solveig 24 hrs @ $34.90 11/17/01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$838

TOTAL ESTABLISHED HOURLY $5,866

Comment: Inquiry Professional Development Department Meetings

01-Govrnr's Perf Awards-On going

Avedian, Ray 27 hrs @$34.90 10/24/01-6/21/01 Est Hrly/$942

Brown, Dan 27 hrs @$34.90 10/24/01-6/21/01 Est Hrly/$942

Cady, Linda 27 hrs @$34.90 10/24/01-6/21/01 Est Hrly/$942

Compton, Shirley 27 hrs @$34.90 10/24/01-6/21/01 Est Hrly/$942

Frumovitz, Alex 27 hrs @$34.90 10/24/01-6/21/01 Est Hrly/$942

Goldberg, Cori 27 hrs @$34.90 10/24/01-6/21/01 Est Hrly/$942

Gray, Shana 27 hrs @$34.90 10/24/01-6/21/01 Est Hrly/$942

Hart, Matt 27 hrs @$34.90 10/24/01-6/21/01 Est Hrly/$942

Hernandez, Amanda 27 hrs @$34.90 10/24/01-6/21/01 Est Hrly/$942

Iwasa, Chris 27 hrs @$34.90 10/24/01-6/21/01 Est Hrly/$942

Mikulak, Tracy 27 hrs @$34.90 10/24/01-6/21/01 Est Hrly/$942

O'Brien, Lourdes 27 hrs @$34.90 10/24/01-6/21/01 Est Hrly/$942

Ramirez, Luis 27 hrs @$34.90 10/24/01-6/21/01 Est Hrly/$942

Santiago, Carol 27 hrs @$34.90 10/24/01-6/21/01 Est Hrly/$942

Sato, Glenn 27 hrs @$34.90 10/24/01-6/21/01 Est Hrly/$942

Steinmetz, Brigitte 27 hrs @$34.90 10/24/01-6/21/01 Est Hrly/$942

Tarpley, Shirley 27 hrs @$34.90 10/24/01-6/21/01 Est Hrly/$942

Tolin, Gary 27 hrs @$34.90 10/24/01-6/21/01 Est Hrly/$942

Torres, Lupe 27 hrs @$34.90 10/24/01-6/21/01 Est Hrly/$942

Windus, Ellen 27 hrs @$34.90 10/24/01-6/21/01 Est Hrly/$942

TOTAL ESTABLISHED HOURLY $19,782

Comment: Inquiry and Professional Development Department Meetings

01-01-Govrnr's Perf Awards-On going

EDISON ELEMENTARY

Beasley, Linda 25 hrs @$34.90 3/22/01-6/22/01 Est Hrly/$873

TOTAL ESTABLSIHED HOURLY $873

Comment: Full Inclusion planning for SY 00-01

01-Special Education

EDUCATIONAL SERVICES

Fowler, Amy 175 hrs @$34.90 11/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$6108

TOTAL ESTABLISHED HOURLY $6,108

Comment: Teacher on Special Assignment-GATE Coordinator

01-Gifted/Talented Educ (GATE)

FRANKLIN ELEMENTARY

Cornfield, Linda 66 hrs @$34.90 10/7/01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$2303

Strate, Steve 66 hrs @$34.90 10/7/01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/$2303

TOTAL ESTABLISHED HOURLY $4,606

Comment: Technology Facilitator

01-Local Parcel Tax

GRANT ELEMENTARY

Ware, Andrea 1098 hrs @$34.90 9/5/01-6/22/02 Est Hrly/$38,320

TOTAL ESTABLISHED HOURLY $38,320

Comment: Intensive Reading Teacher

01-Unrestricted Resource

JOHN MUIR ELEMENTARY

Brizuela, Luis 48 hrs @$34.90 10/1/01-12/21/01 Est Hrly/$1675

Galvan-O'Neill, Linette 48 hrs @$34.90 10/1/01-12/21/01 Est Hrly/$1675

Hyatt, Lova 48 hrs @$34.90 10/1/01-12/21/01 Est Hrly/$1675

Lazare, Shernice 48 hrs @$34.90 10/1/01-12/21/01 Est Hrly/$1675

Ramirez, Joe 48 hrs @$34.90 10/1/01-12/21/01 Est Hrly/$1675

Smale, Adrienne 48 hrs @$34.90 10/1/01-12/21/01 Est Hrly/$1675

Suskin, Robyn 48 hrs @$34.90 10/1/01-12/21/01 Est Hrly/$1675

Thomas, Carla 48 hrs @$34.90 10/1/01-12/21/01 Est Hrly/$1675

TOTAL ESTABLISHED HOURLY $13,400

Comment: ASAP Classes

01-Unrestricted Resource

ROGERS ELEMENTARY

Barba-Castro, Graciela 56 hrs @$34.90 11/5/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$1954

Borquez, Catherine 56 hrs @$34.90 11/5/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$1954

Davis, Laurel 28 hrs @ $34.90 11/5/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$977

DelaRosa, Mary 56 hrs @$34.90 11/5/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$1954

Elston, Becki 56 hrs @$34.90 11/5/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$1954

Demopoulous, Katherine 56 hrs @$34.90 11/5/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$1954

Hanson-Booker, Denise 56 hrs @$34.90 11/5/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$1954

Jones, Tristen 56 hrs @$34.90 11/5/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$1954

Kinsinger, Julie 56 hrs @$34.90 11/5/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$1954

Peacock, Lori 28 hrs @ $34.90 11/5/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$977

Marmolejo, Yolanda 56 hrs @$34.90 11/5/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$1954

Mendinueto, Darwin 56 hrs @$34.90 11/5/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$1954

Murphy, Titia 56 hrs @$34.90 11/5/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$1954

Witt, Carl 56 hrs @$34.90 11/5/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$1954

TOTAL ESTABLISHED HOURLY $25,402

Comment: Intensive Intervention Classes

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



SAMOHI

Acosta, Georgene 40 hrs @$34.90 8/31/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$1396

Campos-Gonzalez, Sara 40 hrs @$34.90 8/31/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$1396

Contreras, Luis 40 hrs @$34.90 8/31/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$1396

DeLaPena, Rosemarie 40 hrs @$34.90 8/31/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$1396

Gonzalez, Alicia 40 hrs @$34.90 8/31/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$1396

Hipolito, Emma 40 hrs @$34.90 8/31/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$1396

Hollie, Ada 40 hrs @$34.90 8/31/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$1396

Megaffin, Chris 40 hrs @$34.90 8/31/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$1396

Paul, Carmen 40 hrs @$34.90 8/31/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$1396

Thais, Robert 40 hrs @$34.90 8/31/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$1396

TOTAL ESTABLSIHED HOURLY $13,960

Comment: Inquiry Meeting

01-Stf Dev: Sch Dev Plans (CFDP)

Acker, Ned 80 hrs @$34.90 8/31/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$2792

Contreras, Luis 80 hrs @$34.90 8/31/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$2792

Escalara, Dan 80 hrs @$34.90 8/31/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$2792

Gonzalez, Alicia 80 hrs @$34.90 8/31/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$2792

Jimenez, Jaime 80 hrs @$34.90 8/31/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$2792

Paul, Carmen 80 hrs @$34.90 8/31/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$2792

TOTAL ESTABLISHED HOURLY $16,752

Comment: Immersion Program Meetings

01-State Lottery

Burnett, Michael 183 hrs @$50.98 9/5/01-6/21/02 Own Hrly/$9,329

Callister, Don 183 hrs @$51.21 9/5/01-6/21/02 Own Hrly/$9,371

Williams, A.Dee 183 hrs @$48.35 9/5/01-6/21/02 Own Hrly/$8,848

TOTAL OWN HOURLY $27,548

Comment: Extra 6th Period

01-Unrestricted Resource

Sakow, Terry Stipend $300 8/20/01-10/31/01 Stipend/$300

TOTAL STIPEND $300

Comment: Coach percussion instruction to SAMOHI marching band

01-Other local income

Baxter, Catherine 148 hrs @$34.90 8/31/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$5165

TOTAL ESTABLISHED HOURLY $5,165

Comment: Saturday School Teacher

01-Unrestricted Resource

WEBSTER ELEMENTARY

Cook, Kelly 102 hrs @$34.90 10/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$3560

Dzula, Ric 102 hrs @$34.90 10/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$3560

Fein, Ric 102 hrs @$34.90 10/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$3560

Norris, Jody 102 hrs @$34.90 10/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$3560

TOTAL ESTABLISHED HOURLY $14,240

Comment: After School Intervention Class - Reading

01-Gifted/Talented Educ (GATE)

Glansberg, Kim 30 hrs @$34.90 11/01/01-6/30/01 Est Hrly/$1047

Winokur, Victoria 30 hrs @$34.90 11/01/01-6/30/01 Est Hrly/$1047

TOTAL ESTABLISHED HOURLY $2,094

Comment: Supervise homework club after school

01-Unrestricted Resource

HOURLY TEACHERS

ADULT EDUCATION

Stein, Anita 435 hrs @$39.10 11/5/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$17,009

TOTAL ESTABLISHED HOURLY $17,009

Comment: Teach classes at Wise Institute [replace T. Purtonen]

11-Unrestricted Resource

ROP

Becker, Noreen 20 hrs @$39.10 9/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$782

Office Occupations

Byrd, Marc 20 hrs @$39.10 9/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$782

Floral Design

Harris, Ree 20 hrs @$39.10 9/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$782

Careers with Children

Jones, Teresa 20 hrs @$39.10 9/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$782

Retail Sales, Marketing, Small Business Management

Just, Meiko 20 hrs @$39.10 9/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$782

Office Occupations, Marketing

Just, Peggy 20 hrs @$39.10 9/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$782

Computer Applications

Kemp, Anita 20 hrs @$39.10 9/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$782

Small Business Mgmt,Banking,Food Service Mgmt

Kinnon, Kevin 20 hrs @$39.10 9/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$782

Emergency Medical Technician

McGee, Richard 20 hrs @$39.10 9/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$782

Commercial Art

Merrick, Jeffrey 20 hrs @$39.10 9/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$782

Computer Applications

Sauceda, Robert 20 hrs @$39.10 9/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$782

Office Occupations, Computer Applications

Serleto, Mike 20 hrs @$39.10 9/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$782

Emergency Medical Technician

Shafiey, Mahvash 20 hrs @$39.10 9/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$782

Marketing, Small Business Mgmt.

Suhd, Mike 20 hrs @$39.10 9/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$782

Building Maintenance,Diversified Occupations

Wishart, Bill 20 hrs @$39.10 9/1/01-6/30/02 Est Hrly/$782

Electronic News Gathering/Videp Production

TOTAL ESTABLISHED HOURLY $11,730

Comment: 20 hours per year inservice

01-ROC/P Apportionment

STUDENT SERVICES

Ferres, Kristin As needed @$34.90/hr 11/1/01-6/21/02 Est Hrly/- - -

TOTAL ESTABLISHED HOURLY $ - - -

Comment: Home Instruction

01-Unrestricted Resource
EXTENDED DUTY UNITS

Location Rate Activity Effective Total

SAMOHI

Burnett, Michael 12 units @$220 Football Fall 2001/02 $2640

Cady, Patrick 13 units @$220 Cross Country Fall 2001/02 $2860

Fischer, Tania 12 units @$220 Cross Country Fall 2001/02 $2640

Flanders, Matt 13 units @$220 Water Polo(boys) Fall 2001/02 $2860

Kusserow, Tebb 12 units @$220 Cross Country Fall 2001/02 $2640

Lacy, Norm 13 units @$220 Football Fall 2001/02 $2860

Mitchell, Michael 13 units @$220 Golf (girls) Fall 2001/02 $2860

Skaggs, Debbie 1 unit @$220 Tennis (girls) Fall 2001/02 $220

TOTAL EXTENDED DUTY UNITS $19,580

01-Unrestricted Resource

TOTAL ESTABLISHED HOURLY, OWN HOURLY, STIPENDS

and EXTENDED DUTY UNITS = $243,423

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS

Effective

CHILD DEVELOPMENT SERVICES

(@ $12.82/hour)

Wong, Grace 10/1/01

REGULAR DAY-TO-DAY

(@ $118.00/hour)

Czarnetzki, Michael 11/7/01

Lopez, Ashlei 11/7/01

Lyn, Rima 11/7/01

Zinger, Jeremiah 11/7/01

PREFERRED SUBSTITUTE

(@ $139.00/hour)

Williams, Heather Calahan 9/18/01

CHANGE IN ASSIGNMENT

Name/Assignment

Location Effective

Castellon-Gomez, Emma 9/1/01

CDS

From: 50%-Will Rogers

To: 68.75%-Will Rogers

Dewar, Ruth 10/22/01

Muir

From: 100%

To: 50%

Sakow, Terry 8/31/01-6/30/02

SAMOHI-Music

From: 100%

To: 80%

PROBATIONARY CONTRACTS

Name/Assignment Not to

Location Exceed Effective

Henry, Cassy 50% 9/01/01

CDS/Edison

NOTE: Correction of Board Agenda of November 1, 2001

TEMPORARY CONTRACTS

Name/Assignment Not to

Location Exceed Effective

Bon, Nancy 80% 9/17/01-01/28/02

Adams/Humanities

Mink, Jacqueline 10% 9/7/01-6/30/02

Student Services/Psychologist

NOTE: Correction from 100% on Board Meeting Agenda November 1, 2001

LEAVES OF ABSENCE (paid)

Name/Assignment

Location Effective

Loopesko, Lorna 9/17/01-1/28/02

Adams [medical]

RESIGNATIONS

Name/Assignment

Location Effective

Cueva, Leonardo 11/9/01

CDS

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TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION ACTION/CONSENT

12/06/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT/JOSEPH N. QUARLES/RICK BAGLEY

RE: SPECIAL SERVICES EMPLOYEES
RECOMMENDATION NO. A.12


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

Barba, Carolina $12,000 11/01/01-6/21/02 $20/hr

Grant Elementary, ELD Consultant, administer English Language proficiency tests and determine appropriate placement for Lep students.

FUNDING: 01-70900-0-47600-10000-2917-035-1501-100%

Economic Impact Aid

Carter, Sandra $12,180 10/1/01-05/31/02 $35/hr

Pt Dume Marine Science, teach marine science lab classes FUNDING: 01-90120-0-11100-10000-2917-019-1501-100%

Gifts

Ellman, Beverly $5,000 10/01/01-6/21/02 $20/hr

Grant Elementary, instruct and train staff and students in computer technology

FUNDING: 01-90120-0-11100-10000-1910-003-1501-100%

Gifts

Foxwell, Sharon $480 10/1/01-12/21/01 $30/hr

Muir Elementary, ELD instructor, provide ASAP instruction

FUNDING: 01-00000-0-12002-10000-2917-005-1501-100%

Unrestricted resource

Guyer, Larry $7,000 7/01/01-6/30/02 $37.50/hr

Grant Elementary, Computer Technician

FUNDING: 01-72600-0-11100-10000-2917-003-1501-68%

School Improvement Prog, K-6

01-00000-0-19100-24200-2917-003-1501-32%

Unrestricted resource

Hall, Lynne $2,000 10/01/01-6/22/02 $25/hr

Grant Elementary, Recorder Teacher, 3rd Grade

FUNDING: 01-90120-0-11100-10000-2917-003-1501-100%

Gifts

Kaback, Douglas $200 09/05/01-6/22/02 $100/hr

Franklin Elementary, provide 5th grade students in introduction to the art of playwriting

FUNDING: 01-90150-0-11100-10000-2917-002-1501-100%

Reimbursed by PTA

(Increase in original contract-original contract $500

Total Contract = $700)

Markin, Ann $5,200 10/01/01-6/30/02 $175/day

Webster Elementary, vocal music consultant

FUNDING: 01-90150-0-17200-10000-1910-008-1501-100%

Reimbursed by PTA

Raffa-leal, Davida $4,000 10/01/01-6/30/02 $25/hr

Grant Elementary, Ceramics Instructor, K-2

FUNDING: 01-90120-0-11100-10000-2917-003-1501-100%

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TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION ACTION/CONSENT

12/06/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT/JOSEPH N. QUARLES

RE: SPECIAL SERVICES AGREEMENT FOR SERVICES IN THE BUSINESS AND FISCAL SERVICES DIVISION
RECOMMENDATION NO. A.13


It is recommended that the Board of Education enter into a Special Services Agreement with John Jalili to serve as Development Director in the Business and Fiscal Services Division during the balance of the 2001-2002 school year.

FUNDING INFORMATION

Source: General Fund (for administrative transition support)

Currently Budgeted: Yes

Account Number: 01-00000-0-00000-72000-2917-050-1501

Description: Non-Instructional Contract/ District Admin

COMMENT: John Jalili has served as the City Manager for the City of Santa Monica for many years, being instrumental in bringing the City to its current level of fiscal stability. His expertise needs no footnotes.

As Development Director, working with appropriate District staff and consultants, Mr. Jalili will conduct as assessment of the District's facilities, prepare a revised facilities master plan consistent with the educational objectives of the Strategic Plan, identify funding needs for the implementation of the strategic plan, assist the Superintendent and Board of Education with the development and implementation of a compre-hensive fund-raising strategy, and oversee the planning and development of programmatic, facility and long-range planning projects.

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TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION ACTION/CONSENT

12/06/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT/JOSEPH N. QUARLES/RICK BAGLEY

RE: STUDENT TEACHING AGREEMENT - CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, NORTHRIDGE
RECOMMENDATION NO. A.14


It is recommended that the Board of Education enter into a Student Teaching Agreement between the California State University, Northridge and the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District.

INSTITUTION: California State University, Northridge

EFFECTIVE: July 1, 2001 - June 30, 2002

PAYMENT: $16.67 per semester unit

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 student teaching assignment. The master teachers are then paid the amount due them per the agreement after the District has received the monies from the respective universities.

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TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION ACTION/CONSENT

12/06/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT/JOSEPH N. QUARLES/RICK BAGLEY

RE: AGREEMENT TO PARTICIPATE IN MULTIPLE SUBJECT INTERNSHIP CREDENTIAL PROGRAM - CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, LOS ANGELES
RECOMMENDATION NO. A.15


It is recommended that the Board of Education enter into an agreement to participate in the Multiple Subject Internship Credential program in the Charter School of Education at California State University, Los Angeles (CalStateTEACH).

COMMENT: The purpose of this agreement is to engage the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District and CalStateTEACH in a partnership to provide support for the preparation of CalStateTEACH candidates in the District. A copy of the Terms of Agreement is attached.


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TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION ACTION/CONSENT

12-06-01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT/JOHN SLISS

RE: CLASSIFIED PERSONNEL - MERIT
RECOMMENDATION NO. A.16

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

ARRIETA-MORENO, INST ASST -BILINGUAL 11-05-01

TERESA 3.0 HRS/SY ROGERS

RANGE: 20 STEP: 01

BANDA, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 10-31-01

CLAUDETTE 3.0 HRS/SY MCKINLEY

RANGE: 20 STEP: 01

GANELIS, ACCOMPANIST 10-25-01

INNA 6.0 HRS/SY SAMOHI

RANGE: 31 STEP: 01

GARCIA, CHILDREN CENTER ASSISTANT 10-19-01

VERONICA G 3.5 HRS/SY CDS

RANGE: 18 STEP: 01

GONZALEZ, OFFICE ASSISTANT II - NSI 10-25-01

MARIA DEL PILAR 8.0 HRS/12 ADULT ED

RANGE: 22 STEP: 01

HOLLANDER, CHILDREN CENTER ASSISTANT 11-05-01

TRINA 3.5 HRS/SY LINCOLN

RANGE: 18 STEP: 01

HURTADO, CHILDREN CENTER ASSISTANT 11-05-01

RENEE 3.5 HRS/SY GRANT

RANGE: 18 STEP: 01

LAWRENCE, INST ASST - CLASSROOM 10-22-01

JENNIFER 3.0 HRS/SY CABRILLO

RANGE: 18 STEP: 01

MCKEEVER, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 11-05-01

MARISSA 3.5 HRS/SY LINCOLN

RANGE: 18 STEP: 01



MISHURIS, CAFETERIA WORKER I 11-02-01

LYUBOV 3.0 HRS/SY SAMOHI

RANGE: 11 STEP: 01

MOORE, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 11-05-01

TERENCE 6.0 HRS/SY MALIBU

RANGE: 20 STEP: 04

SEMBER, OFFICE ASSISTANT II 11-01-01

JUDITH 8.0 HRS/10 ADAMS

RANGE: 22 STEP: 01

VASQUEZ, CHILDREN CENTER ASSISTANT 11-01-01

MARTHA 3.5 HRS/SY CDS

RANGE: 18 STEP: 01

INCREASE IN ASSIGNMENT

RICHARDSON, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 10-08-01

MELVIN 6.0 HRS/SY CABRILLO 06-21-02

FR: 5.0 HRS/SY

VOLUNTARY REDUCTION IN HOURS

YADEGARI, INST ASST - CLASSROOM 10-27-01

SHOLEH 2.95 HRS/SY FRANKLIN

FR: 3.4 HRS/SY

PAID LEAVE OF ABSENCE

CARTER, INST ASST - CLASSROOM 10-01-01

SANDRA PT.DUME 10-31-02

HOPE, CHILDREN CENTER ASSISTANT 11-05-01

JUDITH MCKINLEY 06-16-02

INVOLUNTARY TRANSFER

VILLA, CAFETERIA WORKER I 11-05-01

ELISA 3.0 HRS/SY ROGERS

FR: 3.0 HRS/SY MUIR

YASHAR, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 10-01-01

AZITA 6.0 HRS/SY MCKINLEY

FR: 6.0 HRS/SY LINCOLN

SUSPENSION WITHOUT PAY

LOHMEYER, BUYER 12-03-01

JUDY PURCHASING 12-07-01

SUMMER ASSIGNMENT

CRAWFORD, LIBRARY ASSISTANT I 07-01-01

CYNTHIA GRANT 08-17-01

FIRTH, SR.OFFICE ASSISTANT 07-01-01

JUDY SAMOHI 08-31-01

TEMP/ADDITIONAL

CONRAD, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 11-01-01

WEI-JIN WEBSTER 06-30-02

HENDLER, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 10-01-01

NANETTE PINE STREET 12-21-01

SUBSTITUTE

ACUNA, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 09-15-01

CLAUDIA SPECIAL ED 06-21-02

BRIDGES, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 11-06-01

DEBRAH SPECIAL ED 06-21-02

BURNHAM, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 10-24-01

REXANNE SPECIAL ED 06-21-02

GAITAN, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 10-01-01

MERCEDES SPECIAL ED 06-21-02

GARCIA, INST ASST - CLASSROOM 11-01-01

CYNTHIA ROGERS 11-02-01

GUERCIO, CAMPUS SECURITY OFFICER 10-01-01

RONALD ADAMS 06-30-02

HAROLD, CHILDREN CENTER ASSISTANT 10-01-01

HARDISTER CDS 06-30-02

HART, CUSTODIAN I 10-01-01

WALTER OPERATIONS 06-30-02

HENDLER, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 10-01-01

NANETTE SPECIAL ED 06-21-02

JORDAN, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 10-01-01

MELISSA SPECIAL ED 06-21-02

KUPPER, INST ASST - CLASSROOM 10-26-01

KIRSTEN CABRILLO 12-31-01

RUTLEDGE, INST ASST - PHYSICAL ED 10-01-01

KELVIN PERSONNEL COMMISSION 06-21-02

SIMONIAN, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 10-01-01

PATRICIA SPECIAL ED 06-21-02

SWARTENDRUBER, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 11-14-01

RHONDA SPECIAL ED 06-21-02

TORRES, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 11-02-01

KENNIA SPECIAL ED 06-21-02

VERGE, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 10-01-01

MARGARET SPECIAL ED 06-21-02

ZIV, OFFICE ASSISTANT II 10-04-01

DANA MALIBU 06-30-02

RESIGNATION

FORONDA, INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 11-21-01

MARISOL GRANT

HARVEY, CHILDREN CENTER ASSISTANT 10-30-01

TOI PINE STREET

NEW POSITION

INST ASST - SPECIAL ED 10-25-01

3.0 HRS/SY MALIBU PRESCHOOL

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TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION ACTION/CONSENT

12-06-01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT/JOHN SLISS

RE: CLASSIFIED PERSONNEL - NON-MERIT
RECOMMENDATION NO. A.17

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 GRANT

DE LA TORRE, ALMA SAMOHI 09-01-01 - 06-30-02

HANDS, TERRA LEIGH SAMOHI 09-01-01 - 06-30-02

THOMAS, MYA SAMOHI 09-01-01 - 06-30-02

VAQUERANO, KATIA SAMOHI 09-01-01 - 06-30-02

STUDENT HELPER

GARCIA, NORMA ED SERVICES 10-29-01 - 06-19-02

SAFAN,ALEC MCCLELLANO WORKABILITY 09-16-01 - 06-30-02

CHILD CARE ASSISTANT

CEJA, ROCIO CDS 11-05-01 - 06-30-02

NOON SUPERVISION AIDE

ARRIETA, TERESA ROGERS 11-05-01 - 06-21-02

BEARD, JOLONN MCKINLEY 10-25-01 - 06-21-02

GRACIA, CYNTHIA ROGERS 11-05-01 - 06-21-02

HOPEWELL, ANDREW WEBSTER 10-22-01 - 06-30-02

RODRIGUEZ, GLORIA ROOSEVELT 10-22-01 - 06-21-02

SMITH, DYLEN ADAMS 10-06-01 - 06-21-02

ASSISTANT COACH

APPELIUS, EMANUELE SAMOHI 11-01-01 - 01-31-02

BRAFF, DAVID SAMOHI 11-01-01 - 01-31-02

SHUGARS, RUSSELL SAMOHI 11-08-01 - 01-31-02



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TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION ACTION/MAJOR

12/06/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT

RE: ELECTION OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION

RECOMMENDATION NO. A.18

It is recommended that ______________ be elected President of the Board of Education of the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified Schools District.

COMMENT: In accordance with Board Policy 9130, the officers of the Board of Education of the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District shall consist of a President, Vice-President and Secretary. Each shall be elected at the annual organizational meeting held each year.

Serving for the 2000-2001 term have been:

Tom Pratt - President

Julia Brownley - Vice President

Neil Schmidt - Secretary (until retirement:6/30/01)

John Deasy - Secretary (as of 7/1/01)


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TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION ACTION/MAJOR

12/06/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT

RE: ELECTION OF THE VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION

RECOMMENDATION NO. A.19

It is recommended that ______________ be elected Vice-President of the Board of Education of the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified Schools District.

COMMENT: In accordance with Board Policy 9130, the officers of the Board of Education of the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District shall consist of a President, Vice-President and Secretary. Each shall be elected at the annual organizational meeting held each year.

Serving for the 2000-2001 term have been:

Tom Pratt - President

Julia Brownley - Vice President

Neil Schmidt - Secretary (until retirement:6/30/01)

John Deasy - Secretary (as of 7/1/01)


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TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION ACTION/MAJOR

12/06/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT

RE: DESIGNATION OF THE SUPERINTENDENT AS SECRETARY TO THE BOARD OF EDUCATION

RECOMMENDATION NO. A.20

It is recommended that the Superintendent, John E. Deasy, be designated as the Secretary to the Board of Education of the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified Schools District.

COMMENT: It is the practice of this District to appoint the Superintendent of Schools to serve as Secretary to the Board of Education.

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TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION ACTION/MAJOR

12/06/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT

RE: ELECTION OF ANNUAL REPRESENTATIVE TO THE LOS ANGELES COUNTY SCHOOL TRUSTEES ASSOCIATION (LACSTA) FOR 2002

RECOMMENDATION NO. A.21

It is recommended that ______________ be elected by the Board of Education as the Annual Representative to the Los Angeles County School Trustees Association (LACSTA) for 2002. The representative shall perform duties as described in Standing Rule #7:

a. Vote on all Association matters;

b. Communicate between the Executive Board, the Association and the local Board;
c. Serve on the Legislative Committee.

COMMENT: Each school board is asked to select a Board member at their organizational meeting to serve as the LACSTA representative. Maria Leon-Vazquez has served as the 2001 representative.


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TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION ACTION/MAJOR

12/06/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT

RE: CALL FOR NOMINATIONS FOR CSBA DELEGATE ASSEMBLY

RECOMMENDATION NO. A.22

It is recommended that the Board of Education respond to the "Call for Nominations for CSBA Delegate Assembly" by determining what name, if any, they will submit for nomination.

BACKGROUND: The California School Board Association (CSBA) Delegate Assembly sets the general policy direction for the association which represented California's school districts and county office of education.

CSBA delegates serve two-year (2-year) terms. Those elected in 2002 will serve from May 1, 2002 through April 30, 2004. There are usually two(2) Delegate Assembly Meetings each year, one in May and One in late November or early December. In accordance with CSBA bylaws, CSBA does not pay travel expenses association with Delegate Assembly Meetings.

Any CSBA member school district is eligible to nominate board members within their geographic region or subregion.

Nominations will be accepted between November 25, 2001, and January 7, 2002.

Julia Brownley is currently serving as the Board's current representative to the CSBA Delegate Assembly.

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12/06/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT

RE: RATIFICATION FOR CANDIDATE IN THE RUN-OFF ELECTION FOR MEMBERSHIP ON THE LOS ANGELES COUNTY COMMITTEE ON SCHOOL DISTRICT ORGANIZATION

RECOMMENDATION NO. A.23

It is requested that the Board ratify a direction to its voting delegate, Brenda Gottfried, to nominate a candidate for the run-off election for the open seat in the Second Supervisorial District for the Los Angeles County Committee for School District Organization. The deadline for nomination was Wednesday, November 28, 2001, which fell between two SMMUSD Board of Education meetings. The run-off election is being held by absentee ballot and the Secretary to the LACOE committee has been advised of this possible ratification.

Two candidates for the open seat are:

Mr. Errick R. Lee

Mr. Edward A. Urrutia.

Biographical materials for these candidates have been furnished to the Board under separate cover and are available for review in the Office of the Superintendent.

COMMENT: The Los Angeles County Committee on School District Organization (County Committee) is an 11-member body charged by the legislature with responsibilities in the are of school district organization, unification, formation, boundary changes, the manner in which the governing board members are elected and the establishment and abolishment of trustee areas. The County Committee is comprised of two (2) members representing each of the five (5) supervisorial districts, plus one member elected at large.

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TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION ACTION/MAJOR12/06/01FROM: SUPERINTENDENT/TIM McNULTY/ROSEMARY ECKER

RE: APPROVAL OF SPECIAL EDUCATION CONTRACTS RECOMMENDATION NO. A.24

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 01-65000-0-57500-11800-5825-043-1400
Nonpublic School/Agency Student

DOB

Service Description Contract Number Cost

Not to Exceed

Summitview 01-17-85 NPS #77 $ 13,638
Village Glen 08-23-89 NPS #78 $ 31,640
Westview 02-20-88 NPS #79 $ 32,990
Julia Hobbs 11-05-96 NPA-Speech #70 $ 3,220
Greg Kimberlin 02-06-96 NPA-DHH Counseling #71 $ 2,000
Edith Mack 04-04-98 NPA-OT #72 $ 1,880
Therapy West 11-05-96 NPA-OT #73 $ 2,930
Intercare Therapy 11-13-93 NPA-OT #74 $ 4,140
Intercare Therapy 12-02-95 NPA-OT #75 $ 3,248
Intercare Therapy 03-07-97 NPA-OT #76 $ 1,985
Intercare Therapy 08-09-97 NPA-OT #77 $ 3,970
Intercare Therapy 12-04-96 NPA-OT #78 $ 425
Intercare Therapy 03-01-94 NPA-OT #79 $ 425
Intercare Therapy 08-12-96 NPA-OT #80 $ 1,985
Intercare Therapy 05-14-96 NPA-OT #81 $ 510
Intercare Therapy 03-13-97 NPA-OT #82 $ 3,970
Intercare Therapy 04-02-98 NPA-OT #83 $ 425
Intercare Therapy 03-02-93 NPA-OT #84 $ 1,985
Intercare Therapy 08-29-91 NPA-OT #85 $ 850
Intercare Therapy 05-28-98 NPA-OT #86 $ 1,985
Intercare Therapy 09-03-94 NPA-OT #87 $ 3,140
Kelter Center

Contract Increase

07-27-91 NPA-Inten.Inst. #31

UC-02131

$ 18,700

Amount Budgeted NPS/NPA $ 2,546,666

Prior Board Authorization as of 11/15/01 $ 2,513,978

Total Amount for these Contracts $ 136,041

Balance -$ 103,353

*Positive Adjustment $ 51,860

Balance -$ 51,493

Adjustment

NPS/NPA Budget 01-65000-0-57500-11800-5825-043-1400

There has been a reduction in authorized expenditures of two NPS/NPA contracts for FY 2001-02 in the amount of $ 51,860 as of November 15, 2001.

Nonpublic School/ Agency Service

Description

Contract

Number

Reduce (R)

Eliminate (E)

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Amount

Comment
Intercare Therapy NPA-Speech #10

UC-02077

E $ 5,500 Change Vendor
North Hills Prep School Program #31

UC-02037

E $ 33,100 Change of School
Therapy In Action NPA-OT #16

UC-02083

E $ 13,260 Exited Service








Istructional Consultants

2001-2002 Budget 01-65000-0-57500-11800-5802-043-1400
Instructional Consultant Student

DOB

Service Description Contract Number Cost

Not to Exceed

Fred Crews & Company Interpreting 10-28-85 Sign Language Interpreter Services #39 $ 2,268
Step by Step 12-12-95 Instr.Consultant-Behavior Interv. #40 $ 2,610
Step By Step

Contract Increase

08-30-97 Instr.Consultant- Behavior Interv. #27

UC-02200

$ 5,100
Bill Takeshita

Contract Increase

06-27-88 Instr.Consultant #32

UC-02205

$ 1,085

Amount Budgeted Instructional Consultants $ 355,000

Prior Board Authorization as of 11/15/01 $ 419,645

Total Amount for this Contract $ 11,063

Balance - $ 75,708

Non-Instructional Consultants

2001-2002 Budget 01-65000-0-57500-11800-5890-043-1400
Non-Instructionals Consultant Service Description Contract Number Cost

Not to Exceed

Michael Hill

Contract Increase

Web Site Preparation #3

UC-02092

$ 2,400
Parent of Student

(D.O.B 04/23/98)



Contract Increase

Reimbursement to parent for Behavior & OT Services per IEP.

For Services 7/1/01-6/30/02

Funded From 2001-2002 FY

#5

UC-02097

$ 31,050

Amount Budgeted Instructional Consultants $ 75,000

Prior Board Authorization as of 11/15/01 $ 64,500

Total Amount for this Contract $ 33,450

Balance - $ 22,950

N0TE: A total of $ 3,192,666 is budgeted for all Non-Public School/Agency, Non-Instructional Consultants, 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 $ 16,892.


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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TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION ACTION/MAJOR

12/06/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT/JOSEPH N. QUARLES/RICK BAGLEY

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

RECOMMENDATION NO. A.25

It is recommended that the Board of Education adopt Board Policy 5129, Beepers, Pagers, Cellular Phones and Other Electronic Signaling Devices. This item was previously discussed at the Board meetings of 11/15/01, 10/4/01 and 4/5/01.

COMMENTS: It is recommended that the Board adopt the attached policy, BP 5129 - Beepers, Pagers, Cellular Phones and Other Electronic Signaling Devices.

At the Board's direction at the meeting of October 4, 2001, this issue has been shared broadly with staff, administration and PTA. To date, the feedback from staff, administration, SMMCTA and SEIU has been to adopt a policy which allows possession in grades 9 through 12 only, but prohibits any use of these devices during school hours. In the Board's original discussions however, there was discussion about considering the use of these devices on campus during non-instructional (non classroom) periods. Feedback indicates that such use could present the following issues:

1. Possible increased tardies due to student distraction as a result of not finishing-up a call before their next class.

2. Increased disruption in class due to students forgetting to turn their phones and pagers off during each class period,

3. Increased confusion due to students (and staff) not being totally clear on where phones are or aren't allowed ... for example, would an assembly or pep rally be considered "class time"? What about field trips or perhaps a class going to the library or computer lab for a period?

4. Possible increases in discipline problems due to students borrowing or taking other students' phones to make calls, forgetting to give phones back, etc.

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December 2, 2001

5. Increased theft, vandalism and misplacement of phones, pagers, etc. Even though staff and administration will not be responsible for these devices, there will certainly be an increase in the number of incidents and there is virtually no way that security, administration and/or other staff won't become involved to some degree.

6. Increase in student abuse/misuse of these devices to cheat on exams or worse, conduct illegal activity.

7. Increased potential for students becoming less independent by giving them an easy means to communicate with parents and others regarding non-critical issues, but issues for which they would otherwise have to learn to rely on their own personal resources and problem-solving abilities.

The attached and revised policy reflects a change from current policy and practice in one major way - the recommended policy revision contains provisions that allow students in grades 9 through 12 to possess electronic signaling devices on campus, but not use them at any time during school hours.

In terms of placement within the policy manual, if adopted this revision will simply replace the existing

policy of the same number.

Site Governance Committees of the three high schools are still in the process of providing feedback to the Board, but at least one SGC has voiced the preference that the use of electronic signaling devices (cell phones in particular) be allowed during lunch periods.



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CURRENT BOARD POLICY



STUDENTS BP 5129

BEEPERS/PAGERS AND CELLULAR TELEPHONES

Possession of electronic signaling devices and/or cellular telephones or use by students will not be tolerated on school premises or at any school-sponsored functions.

On the first occasion in which a student is found to be visibly in possession of a beeper/pager or cellular telephone, the Superintendent and/or designee shall issue a warning to the student with a copy to the student's parent. On the second occasion in which a student is found to be visibly in possession of a beeper/pager or cellular telephone, the Superintendent and/or designee shall confiscate the device, contact the student's parents and retain the device until it is claimed personally by the parents.



Legal Reference:

EDUCATION CODE

48900 (k) Disruption of School Activities

48901.5 Electronic signaling device; possession or use prohibited; exception

DISTRICT 1994-98 GOAL REFERENCE

BP 0210 (A) Quality Education for All



Policy Adopted: September 24, 1990

Policy Readopted: May 9, 1996


PROPOSED BOARD POLICY REVISION

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, with two exceptions 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. The exceptions to this provision, which would allow students to possess and use such devices on campus, are cases in which a student or students have:

1. Prior consent of the principal or his/her designee, or

2. Written documentation by a licensed physician or surgeon who has determined that student possession and use of an electronic signaling device is essential for the health of the pupil and where use of such device is limited for purposes related to the health of the pupil.

3. Written and/or Verbal confirmation from the site principal or designee that a state of emergency exists.

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. The Superintendent shall therefore establish procedures whereby the possession of electronic signaling devices in grades 9 through 12 is permitted, but use of such devices is restricted only to non-school hours. Under no circumstances shall the possession and/or use of any electronic signaling device be permitted on any school busor at any time, if such possession and/or use is disruptive to the educational process.

Students who do possess an electronic signaling device under the terms of this policy, must either keep their device turned off or set to "silent alert/vibrate" mode while on school campus and during school activities.

The district and/or staff shall not be responsible or liable for the theft or loss of any electronic signaling device.

Students in grades K through 8 are not permitted to possess and/or use any electronic signaling device while on school campus unless the students meets one or both of the exceptions listed in the education code.

The Superintendent shall establish a written administrative procedure which shall include a definition of "electronic signaling devices", conditions for possession/use and the discipline procedures to be implemented if abuse occurs.



Legal Reference:

EDUCATION CODE

EC 48901.5 Electronic signaling devices

Board Goal

A. Quality Education for All

BOARD ADOPTED: September 14, 1990

BOARD UPDATED: ??

PROPOSED ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATION



SMMUSD Administrative Regulation AR 5129

Students

Beepers, Pagers, Cellular Phones and Other Electronic Signaling Devices

A. Definition

This regulation applies to any device which may be used to electronically communicate with an individual or individuals, another device or devices. This includes but is not limited to:

A. Beepers/pagers,

B. Cellular phones,

C. Two-way radios or "walkie-talkies",

D. Personal digital assistants (PDAs) with infrared or wireless communication capabilities,

F. Laptop computers with infrared or wireless communication capabilities,

G. Calculators, watches or any other electronic device that may transmit or communicate via infrared and/or wireless technology.

B. Conditions Under Which Electronic Signaling Devices May be Used

Board Policy 5129 gives "limited" approval for student possession and use of electronic signaling devices while on campus, to students in grades 9 through 12 only. All devices must be turned off or kept on silent/vibrate mode while on campus. Specifically, these devices may be used:

A. On or off campus before school.

B. Off campus during lunch (to the extent that the site permits off campus lunch),

C. On or off campus after school,

D. Possession of the device is permitted at any time while on or off campus, but the device may be used only during times outlined in A through C above.

E. When a state of emergency has been declared (verbally or in writing) by the school principal or designee.

C. Conditions Under Which Electronic Signaling Devices May NOT be Used

While the possession of electronic signaling devices is permitted on campus by any student in grades 9 through 12, under no circumstances will the use of electronic signaling devices be permitted during the following times:

A. Instructional classroom time, including assemblies, pep rallies and any other activity which takes place during a regularly scheduled classroom period (or periods).



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B. During passing periods, recess, nutrition breaks, or on-campus lunch.

C. On field trips or excursions which are conducted during the normal school day and during regular classroom instructional hours.

D. While traveling in any school district bus or vehicle.

E. During on or off-campus school activities and events.

F. Any specific situation where the Superintendent and/or administrative designee determines that the possession and/or use of any electronic signaling device is disruptive to the educational process.

During the times indicated in A through E above, students may be in possession of an electronic signaling device, but the device must be turned off and kept out of view (i.e. inside a backpack, pocket, etc.).

D. Special Circumstances for Students With Specific Health-Related Issues

In any case where a student's personal physician has determined that a medical condition exists which for health and safety reasons, requires the student to have immediate communication access to parents, doctors, etc., the student shall be permitted to carry and use the device as prescribed. There shall be no restrictions (unless stipulated by the physician) as to when and where the device may be used for communication purposes that are related to the student's medical condition. In all cases where a student must be permitted to carry an electronic signaling device for medical purposes, the parent/guardian shall supply the school office with an original physician's prescription or order.

parent/guardian must also give permission for the school nurse or other district staff to contact the physician for purposes of clarification and exchange of information regarding the students medical condition. A copy of the prescription shall be kept in the student's cum record and all teachers and staff shall be notified of the student's permission to have and use the device at any time, for medically necessary reasons.

E. Disciplinary Procedures for Inappropriate Use of Electronic Signaling Devices

In the event a student is found to be using any electronic signaling device during the non-permitted instances (Section "C" above), the following shall occur:

1. On the first offense, the student shall be given a verbal warning and told to shut the device off and put it out of view.

2. On the second offense, the device shall be confiscated and held in the office. The student's parent/guardian shall be notified and the device will be held until the parent/guardian personally retrieves it.

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If at any time during the school day or during a school-sponsored event it is determined that an electronic signaling device is being used for illegal or illicit purposes, the device shall be immediately confiscated by school personnel and the appropriate actions as outlined under California Education Code Section 48900 shall be taken. Depending upon the circumstances of the specific situation, the device may be held for evidence and not released to the parent/guardian until any and all investigations and proceedings have been completed.

F. Possession and/or Use of Electronic Signaling Devices for Students in Grades K through 8.

No student in grades K through 8 shall be permitted to possess or use any electronic signaling device while on campus, except as provided in section "D" above.

G. Responsibility for Lost, Stolen or Damaged Electronic Signaling Devices

Students and their parents take full responsibility for any and all electronic signaling devices which the student may bring to school. In no event or circumstance, will the district or its staff be held responsible or liable for the loss, theft or damage to any such device.



TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION PUBLIC HEARING

12/06/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT/LISE REILLY

RE: PUBLIC HEARING

TO HEAR PUBLIC INPUT REGARDING SUFFICIENT TEXTBOOKS AND/OR INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS FOR FISCAL YEAR 2001-2002

RECOMMENDATION NO. A.26

It is recommended that the Board of Education hold a public hearing on Thursday, December 6, 2001 to hear public input regarding sufficient pupil textbook and instructional materials, for Fiscal Year 2001-2002. Each fiscal year, in order to be eligible to receive state funds, the Board of Education must hold a public hearing to ensure availability of textbooks and instructional materials.

COMMENT: The Board encourages participation by parents, teachers and interested members of the community to make a determination as to whether each pupil has, or will have, a sufficient quantity of textbooks or instructional materials in each subject that are consistent with the curriculum framework adopted by the state board, for use in the 2001-2002 Fiscal Year.

In compliance with the ten (10) day public notice posting requirements, distribution of the Notice of Public Hearing was as follows:

1. A copy of the notice was distributed to each school site in session in the District.

2. A copy of the notice was posted at the District Board Office.

3. A copy of the notice was posted at the Santa Monica-Malibu Teachers' Association office.

4. A copy of the notice was posted at the main Santa Monica and Malibu Libraries.

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TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION ACTION/MAJOR

12/06/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT/LISE REILLY

RE: APPROVAL OF SUBMISSION TO THE CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION OF A NOTIFICATION OF COMPLIANCE WITH EDUCATION CODE, SECTION 60119 (PUBLIC HEARING REQUIREMENT) FOR FISCAL YEAR 2000-2001,PUPIL TEXTBOOK AND INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS INCENTIVE PROGRAM, GRADES K-12

RECOMMENDATION NO. A.27

It is recommended that the Board of Education approve the submission to the California Department of Education of a "Notification of Compliance with Education Code Section 60119 public hearing requirement" for Funds Received under the Pupil Textbook and Instructional Materials Incentive Program and/or Funds for Instructional Materials from any State Source, Grades K-12, Fiscal Year 2001-2002.

It is also recommended that the Board of Education adopt Resolution 01-5 stating that the District is in compliance with Education Code (E.C.) Section 60119.

COMMENT: This document specifies that the District has complied with Education Code (E.C.) Section 60119 in order to receive state funding for textbooks and/or instructional materials from grades K-12.


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RESOLUTION NO. 01-5

CERTIFICATION OF COMPLIANCE WITH

EDUCATION CODE SECTION 60119

I, John Deasy, in my capacity as Superintendent and Secretary to the Board of Education for the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District, hereby acknowledge that for Fiscal Year 2001-2002, the District complied with the Education Code Section 60119 in order to be eligible to receive instructional materials funds from the State of California. I hereby certify as follows on behalf of the District:

1. That on December 6, 2001, in compliance with EC 60119, the District governing board held the prescribed public hearing.

2. That the governing board at the above public hearing adopted a resolution determining whether sufficient quanities of textbooks and instructional materials were available for all pupils; and

3. That the District is now in compliance with the provisions of Education Code Section 60119.



Signed:

John E. Deasy

Official Title: Superintendent

Date:


TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION ACTION/MAJOR

12/06/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT/ LISE REILLY/PEGGY HARRIS

RE: CALIFORNIA PUBLIC SCHOOL LIBRARY ACT OF 1998 (K-12)

RECOMMENDATION NO. A.28

It is recommended that the Board of Education reapprove The Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District Library Plan 2001-2002. This plan was written with the input from a district-wide committee made up of librarians, library aides, teachers, administrators, and a member of the Board of Education. This plan is written and submitted in compliance with AB862. It also includes the updated Kindergarten through Grade Four Classroom Library Plan.

Background and Rationale

AB682 stipulates that a district must have a school library plan approved and certified by the governing board in order to receive the allocation attached to this legislation. The District will receive approximately $28.00 per ADA for grades K-12, and these funds will then be distributed according to the district-wide school library plan.

AB 862 does not identify the elements of the school library plan, but rather leaves that up to the local governing board. The SMMUSD plan includes:

Vision and Mission Statements

Library and Information Literacy Student Outcomes

Teacher Outcomes

Purposes of School Libraries/status of SMMUSD Libraries

Three-year Action Plan and Timeline

Budget recommendations

Evaluation Process

The items that can be purchased with the funds include:

Library resources, i.e. books, periodicals, microforms, AV materials, computer software, CD ROMs.











All materials purchased must conform to California curriculum standards and frameworks, and to standards for the use of library media program materials and resources.

Equipment necessary to provide access to school library resources within the school library and on-line resources.



Timeline:

Districts must submit to the State Department of Education prior to January 11, 2002:

- Both Library Plans for Funding, FY 2001-2002

- Certification that the governing board has approved both the California Public School Library Act of 1998 and the Kindergarten through Grade Four Classroom Library Plan.

Comment:

Additional copies of the SMMUSD Library Plan 2001-2002 will be available at the meeting.


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TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION ACTION/MAJOR

1 2/05/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT/RODNEY TAYLOR

RE: MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING WITH THE COUNTY OF

LOS ANGELES-DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES-CHRONIC DISEASE PREVENTION & HEALTH PROMOTION

RECOMMENDATION NO. A.29

It is recommended that the Board of Education approve the collaboration between Food and Nutrition Services and the County of Los Angeles in implementing the Steppin' up to Better Health Pilot Program at the District Office targeting adults. In the event this program is a success it may be expanded to District School sites. This is strictly on a volunteer basis.

Comments: The Los Angeles County Office will provide training sessions consisting of 6 classes delivered over a six week period. The classes will cover goal setting/motivation, aerobic fitness, strength training, nutrition, weight management and flexibility. The County will also provide written evaluation of Santa Monica-Malibu's current employee health related policies, meet with the organization leaders to discuss/facilitate institution of health related policies, provide ongoing support through quarterly training sessions at Chronic Disease Prevention & Health Promotion headquarters, provide educational support materials to participating staff, provide physical activity prescriptions tailored to individual needs and interests, and provide quarterly "Booster Sessions" to Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District.

Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District agrees to revolutionize its existing structure and implement the Steppin' up to Better Health by: Integrating 10 minute exercise breaks into meeting agendas, conduct office-wide exercise breaks at a certain time of day during work hours, and to provide healthy food choices such as substituting fruit for pastries at meetings or other gatherings.

Funding Information:

Source: Food & Nutrition Services

Currently Budgeted: At no cost to the District

Account Number: N/A

Description: Steppin' up to Better Health Program

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TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION ACTION/MAJOR

12/06/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT/LISE REILLY/CHRIS CORLISS

RE: THE SOUND BODY SOUND MIND PROGRAM GRANT 2001-2002

RECOMMENDATION NO. A.30

It is recommended that the Board of Education approve the District's application for The Sound Body Sound Mind Program Grant for the 2001-2002 school year. The grant program is funded through Cynthia L. & William E. Simon Jr. Foundation.

The amount of the grant is $55,578. This would provide support for Santa Monica High School to implement a Fitness Center on the campus for necessary building improvements and furniture and will be available for all staff and students

BACKGROUND

The intent of the program is to encourage a lifetime commitment to health and fitness by teaching students to achieve and maintain a health enhancing level of physical fitness and to share with the school and community the benefits of our physical education/ fitness program and the benefits of this lifestyle. The specific objectives include the creation of learning activities to develop an understanding that physical activity provides opportunities for enjoyment, challenge, self-expression, and social interaction and to provide differentiated instruction and learning activities for all special need students. It also will provide a safe, nonthreatening environment in which all students may participate in physical activities while providing opportunities to apply the basic scientific principles of physical movement, motor learning and fitness to their daily lives.

The program would support District Goals for Physical Education and provide funding to make the goals a reality of a Fitness Center. The center is projected to be completed by Feb.1, 2002.

The grant proposal is due December 10, 2001, and notification of the award will be by December 30, 2001.



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TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION ACTION/MAJOR

12/06/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT/JOSEPH N. QUARLES

RE: NEGOTIATED SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE SANTA MONICA-MALIBU UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT AND THE SANTA MONICA-MALIBU CLASSROOM TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION IN MATTERS RELATED TO CHILD DEVELOPMENT SERVICES

RECOMMENDATION NO. A.31

It is recommended that the Board of Education approve the attached agreement on matters related to Child Development Services reached with the Santa Monica-Malibu Classroom

Teachers' Association.

COMMENT: The District and the Santa Monica-Malibu Classroom Teachers' Association negotiated to the point of impasse for negotiations in the 2000-01 school year, in the Spring of 2001. Although serious effort was made to resolve the pending issues during mediation, the parties were unable to reach an agreement, and the proceedings were submitted to PERB for fact finding.

During the final session of fact finding, on November 6, 2001, a complete settlement was reached on the remaining issues related to Child Development Services. Attached is a final copy of the tentative agreement between the District and SMMCTA, presented for Board approval.


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SANTA MONICA-MALIBU UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT



Child Development Services

District Fact Finding Mediation Settlement Proposal

SMMCTA Negotiations



November 6, 2001


In complete settlement of pending negotiations issues concerning the CDS Program for the 2000-01 school year, the District proposes the following:

1. Nine percent (9%) increase to the CDS salary schedule, effective 09/01/01;

2. Elimination of the Full-day Preschool Program (effective 07/01/02), and layoff of affected employees with the same displacement rights as applied to the Marine Park Closure (i.e., displacement within like hour categories);

3. Implement existing tentative agreements:

a. Transfers and reassignments of Child Development Teachers.

b. Teacher on Special Assignment (TSA) position.

c. Criteria for employment of Child Development Teachers effective January 7, 2002.

d. Length of work year for Child Development Teachers (from 191 days to 182 days).

/ / John Deasy Date Harry Keiley Date

Superintendent SMMCTA


TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION ACTION/MAJOR

12/06/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT

RE: CERTIFICATION OF AUTHORIZED SIGNATURES
RECOMMENDATION NO. A.32

It is recommended that the following persons be authorized to sign warrants, orders for salary payment, notices of employment, contracts and other documents as directed by the Board of Education.

John Deasy, Superintendent

Mr. Kenneth R. Bailey, Asst. Superintendent-Fiscal/Business Svcs.

Dr. Joseph N. Quarles, Deputy Superintendent/Chief of Staff

Mr. Timothy L. McNulty, Assistant Superintendent, Student Svcs.

Ms. Jan Williams, Interim Director, Fiscal/Business Services

Ms. Beth Connors, Director, Fiscal/Business Services



It is further recommended that Virginia I. Hyatt, Director of Purchasing and Warehouse, be authorized to sign purchase orders, contracts and other related documents as directed by the Board of Education.

It is further recommended that Rick E. Bagley, Director of Personnel and Student Services, be authorized to sign lease agreements, contracts and other documents as directed by the Board of Education.

It is further recommended that Rodney K. Taylor, Director of Food Services, be authorized to sign warrants for expenditures against the Cafeteria Checking Account.

RECOMMENDATION NO. A.32a





It is recommended that the attached document "Certification of Signatures" be completed and filed with the County Superintendent of School in accordance with Education Code Section 42633. The signatures will be considered valid for the period December 3, 2001 through December 2, 2002.

RECOMMENDATION NO. A.32 RECOMMENDATION NO. A.32a

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TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION ACTION/MAJOR

12/06/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT

RE: ACCEPTANCE OF WURLITZER THEATER PIPE ORGAN DONATION FROM MR. GORDON BELT TO BE USED IN BARNUM HALL

RECOMMENDATION NO. A.33

It is recommended that the Board of Education accept the donation of a 3 Manual 19 Rank Wurlitzer Theater Pipe Organ from Mr. Gordon Belt, to be placed in Barnum Hall, at no cost to the School District, with the understanding that the Restore Barnum Hall Committee will raise funds for its movement to and installation in Barnum Hall; and, that the Los Angeles Chapter of the American Theater Organ Society will maintain the organ in exchange for being permitted to use Barnum Hall to present two (2) concerts per year, and reimburse the School District its costs for the opening and operating of Barnum Hall for the two concerts.

COMMENTS: Background: The Board of Education, at its May 17, 2001 Board Meeting, accepted the donation of a Wurlitzer Pipe Organ from Dr. and Mrs. Malin Dollinger. Subsequently, it was discovered that considerable work would need to be done to prepare Barnum Hall for the new organ, estimated at an additional $150,000. In addition, the Committee's fundraising efforts were hindered after the terrorist attacks of September 11, making it difficult to raise the $300,000 necessary to install the Dollinger organ.

Attached is a letter from Mr. Gordon Belt, specifying his intention to donate a 3 Manual 19 Rank Wurlitzer Theater Pipe Organ for use in Barnum Hall. This organ is of better quality and is in "showroom" condition, with all new leather pipes and a new $20,000 computer (versus old leather and a very old computer on Dr. Dollinger's). Mr. Belt must donate the organ this year, and if the District does not accept it, it will most likely be donated to the Tucson Theater Organ Society.

The attached letter from Ms. Jean Sedillos of Restore Barnum Hall! states that Ms. Sedillos explained the situation to Dr. Dollinger, who still wants to donate the organ to the District and will continue to store it for the District, whether or not it is installed in Barnum Hall. One possibility is that the District may donate it to the Tucson Theater Organ Society. The only commitment for the District is to allow the Los Angeles Chapter of the American Theater Organ Society to hold two (2) concerts per year in Barnum Hall and be charged a reduced rental rate for the use of the Hall.

Both the Santa Monica High School Site Governance and the Santa Monica High School Proposition X Committees voted to recommend that the Board of Education accept Mr. Belt's donation.

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TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION ACTION/MAJOR

12/06/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT/VIRGINIA I. HYATT

RE: APPROVAL FOR DISPOSAL/SALE OF SURPLUS EQUIPMENT
RECOMMENDATION NO. A.34

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. Textbooks will be stamped "discard" and given to charities and/or parents if at all possible.
School Item Make/Model Qty Serial Number Inventory Number
Roosevelt Copier Gestetner #5325 1 3F5050066 04604
Cassette Player Sharp RD-754AV 1 880102982 None
Lincoln Printer HP Deskjet #540 2 Unknown 020434, 020417
Terminal Computer HP 2392A 1 2641V55544 01076
Printer HP LaserJet III 1 Unknown 020412
Printer HP 2934A 1 2715A41284 04198
Olympic Piano Upright, Gulbransen 1 Unknown 02358
Rogers Laser Disc Player Panasonic CLDV2400 2 ND3931037, ND3931023 Unknown
PC Viewer In focus 1600LC 1 9603139 Unknown
Video Cipher Monterey #100C 1 951857 Unknown
Big Screen TV Mitsubishi VS6004R 1 003646 04287
McKinley Hard Drive Macintosh IICX 1 F9177AEM5685 Unknown
Hard Drive Macintosh Centris 610 1 F2331L6OCN7 Unknown
Hard Drive Macintosh LC II 1 F2242JTX01 Unknown
Grounds 3 Wheeler 1983 Yamaha Veh #64 1 24W004801 96001169
3 Wheeler 1993 Cushman Veh#89 1 642339 96001180
SAMOHI Fax Machine Panasonic UF 280-M 1 01960600040 05314
Warehouse Adding Machine Sharp CS 1181 1 None None
Food Svcs. Proofing Cabinet Unknown 1 Unknown 03426
Webster 25" Television Zenith 552563S 1 1-26260300 03568
Adams Typewriter Panasonic KX-E7000 1 Unknown 01275
Adams Typewriter IBM Selectric II 1 Unknown None
Printer HP Laser Jet 2934A 1 2643A36846 01269
Printer HP Deskjet 890C 1 SG79INJQRH 06428
Grant Typewriter IBM Correcting Selectric III 1 Unknown 01359
Copier Minolta EP5320 1 3134474 10751



Malibu High School Textbooks:
Title ISBN QTY
College Prep Math: Mathematics 1 - Alg. 1 Units 1-6 None 180
College Prep Math: Mathematics 1 - Alg 1, Units 7-12 1-885145-02-0 180
College Prep Math: Mathematics 2 - Geom. Units 1-6 1-885145-42-X 60
College Prep Math: Mathematics 2 - Geom. Units 7-12 1-885145-43-8 60
College Prep Math: Mathematics 3 - Alg 2, Units 7,8A,8B,9A,9B,10 1-885145-18-7 60
College Prep Math: Matematicas 1-Spanish Alg 1, Units 1-6 1-885145-14-4 4
College Prep Math: Matematicas 1 Spanish Alg.1 Units 7-12 1-885145-15-2 4
Middle Grade Mathematics, an Interactive Approach, Prentice Hall Course 1 0-13-031105-7 240
Middle Grade Mathematics, an Interactive Approach, Prentice Hall Course 1, Spanish 0-13-839689-2 1
Middle Grade Mathematics, an Interactive Approach, Prentice Hall Course 2 0-13-031121-9 250
Middle Grade Mathematics, an Interactive Approach, Prentice Hall Course 2, Spanish 0-13-839697-3 3
Middle Grade Mathematics, an Interactive Approach, Prentice Hall Course 3 0-13-031147-2 130
Middle Grade Mathematics, an Interactive Approach, Prentice Hall Course 3, Spanish 0-13-839705-8 3
Prentice Hall Literature, Bronze Series 0-13-698499-1 160
Prentice Hall Literature, Silver Series 0-13-698523-8 140
Prentice Hall Literature, Copper Series 0-13-691726-7 60
Mathematics: Structure & Method - Houghton Mifflin Coarse 1 0-395-26436-7 39
Mathematics: Structure & Method - Houghton Mifflin Coarse 2 0-395-43048-8 88
Preparing to Use Algebra 2nd Ed. Shulte-Laidlaw Bros. Pub. 0-8445-1957-X 25
Holt Algebra 1-Holt/Rinehart/Winston - 1974 ed. 0-03-0913195 11
Holt Algebra 1-Holt/Rinehart/Winston - 1986 ed 0-03-002162-6 50
Transition Mathematics - Scott Foresman-Univ. Chicago School of Mathematics Project 0-673-33405-8 35
Discovering Geometry: An Inductive Approach Serra-Key Curr. Press 0-913684-08-2 140
Addison Wesley Mathematics - Purple Series 0-201-23267-7 114
Addison Wesley Mathematics - Orange Series 0-201-23266-9 28
Addison Wesley Mathematics - Blue Series 0-201-23268-5 19
Scott Foresman Science - Life Science 0-673-42050-7 140
Scott Foresman Science - Physical Science 0-673-13720-1 115
World History: The Human Experience Farah & Karls - Glencoe 0-02-822756-5 240
The Story of America: Beginning to 1914 - Garraty - Holt/Rinehart/Winston 0-03-073357-X 120


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TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION ACTION/MAJOR

12/06/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT/VIRGINIA I. HYATT

RE: ACCEPTANCE OF WORK COMPLETED BY SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ROOFING - QUOTE #01.07

RECOMMENDATION NO. A.35

It is recommended that the Board of Education accept as completed all work contracted for the Lincoln Pool Roof.
Funding Information

Source: General Fund

Currently Budgeted: Yes

Account number: 01-81500-0-00000-72000-5640-061-2602

Description: Special Projects

COMMENT: The contract with Southern California Roofing has been completed with no changes to the original scope of work. In order to facilitate the release of the 10% retention being held by the District, a notice of completion must be filed with the County of Los Angeles pending Board approval.

ORIGINAL CONTRACT AMOUNT $56,200

FINAL CONTRACT PRICE $56,200


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TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION ACTION/MAJOR

12/06/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT/VIRGINIA I. HYATT

RE: AMENDMENT TO CONTRACT WITH GRAPH CONSTRUCTION COMPANY BID#02.03-UTILITY HOOK-UP-ST.ANNE'S RELOCATABLE CLASSROOM
RECOMMENDATION NO. A.36

It is recommended that the Board of Education authorize deductive change order #1 as an amendment to the contract with Graph Construction Company in an amount of ($500)for a total contract price of $31,225.

Funding Information

Source: General Fund, Restricted

Account number: 01-30100-0-00000-85000-6200-035-1300

Description: State & Federal Projects/Title I/Relocatable

COMMENT: Deductive Change Order #1 represents the work listed below:

ORIGINAL CONTRACT $31,725

DEDUCTIVE CHANGE ORDER #1 ($ 500)

TOTAL CONTRACT AMOUNT $31,225

Deductive Change Order #1 includes the following changes to the contract:

1. Deduct telephone conduit from IDF(intermediate telephone room) to MDF(main telephone room). ($300)

2. Deduct security window screen installation. ($200)


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FROM: SUPERINTENDENT/VIRGINIA I. HYATT

RE: ACCEPTANCE OF WORK COMPLETED BY GRAPH CONSTRUCTION COMPANY BID#02.03-UTILITY HOOK-UP-ST.ANNE'S RELOCATABLE CLASSROOM
RECOMMENDATION NO. A.37


It is recommended that the Board of Education accept as completed, all work contracted with Graph Construction Company for the St. Anne's relocatable classroom utility hook-up.

Funding Information

Source: General Fund, Restricted

Account number: 01-30100-0-00000-85000-6200-035-1300

Description: State & Federal Projects/Title I/Relocatable

COMMENT: The contract for the utility hook-up for the relocatable classroom at St. Anne's has been completed. Final inspection and acceptance by Caldwell Architects has been received. Formal acceptance of this work by the Board of Education is required before the District can release the final 10% retainage it is required to hold. The retainage may be released within 35 days after the Board of Education acceptance.

Original Contract Amount $31,725

Change Orders ($ 500)

Total Contract Amount $31,225

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TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION ACTION/MAJOR

12/06/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT/LISE REILLY

RE: BUDGET ENHANCEMENT TO MEET ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PHYSICAL EDUCATION STAFFING REQUIREMENTS

RECOMMENDATION NO. A.38

It is recommended that the Board of Education approve the following Elementary Physical Education hourly-classified personnel staffing allocation budget enhancement.

COMMENTS: Budget enhancement supports classified staff providing physical education instruction in all elementary schools. Budget enhancement is required to meet minimum class size / safety standards resulting from an increase of 10 elementary physical education class sections in 2001-02 over the previous year. This budget enhancement maintains minimum playground and physical education safety standards required by complex recess/lunch/physical education schedules and maximum physical education class sizes of 40:1 in primary and 30:1 in upper grades for the 2001-02 school year.

Elementary Physical Education Budget:

1. 2001-02 Allocation $244,554.

2. 2000-01 Allocation $227,197.

Budget Enhancement $17,357.

Funding Information:

Source: Regular Instruction

Currently Budgeted: No

Account Number: 01-00000-0-11100-100000-2131-030-1501

Description: Elementary Physical Education hourly

Classified personnel staffing

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TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION ACTION/MAJOR

12/06/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT

RE: BUDGET ADJUSTMENTS

RECOMMENDATION NO. A.39

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 $230,118;

[I.B] An increase in the General Fund [Fund 01] expenditures in the amount of $3,621,446;

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

[II.A] An increase in the Adult Education Fund [Fund 11]expenditures in the amount of $10,633;

[III.A] A decrease in the Child Development Fund [Fund 12]revenue budget in the amount of <$288,528>;

[III.B] A decrease in the Child Development Fund [Fund 12]expenditures in the amount of <$100,665>; and,

[IV.A] An increase in the State School Building Fund [Fund 21]

expenditures in the amount of $175,453,

as detailed below in the Comments Section.

COMMENTS: I. GENERAL FUND (FUND 01)

[A] Revenues - Increase the revenue budget in the amount of $230,118 to reflect adjustments, as follows:

1. Increase Base Revenue Limit $ 317,515

due to adjustments in projected

attendance and current enrollment

2. Increase City of Santa Monica $ 86,000

funding for District strategic

planning

3. Increase State Textbook $ 86,789

allocation

4. Increase Medi-Cal Reimbursement $ 27,561

to cover costs of student services

5. Increase RGK Grant at Santa $ 19,500

Monica High School to support

English instruction

6. Increase 10th Grade Counseling $ 1,931

Grant

7. Increase Vocational Education $ 3,982

Grant at Santa Monica High School

8. Decrease Bus Transportation <$ 126,605>

revenue projection due to SACS

mandated separate accounting for

special education and regular

education transportation

9. Decrease English Language <$ 66,300>

Acquisition Program

10. Decrease California Teacher <$ 45,309>

Education Institute (CTEI)

11. Decrease Shiff-Bustamante <$ 58,946>

Textbook funds

12. Decrease Prior Year Gift <$ 16,000>

Carryover

[B] Expenditures - Increase the expenditure budget in the amount of $3,621,446 to reflect adjustments, as follows:

1. Districtwide - 2000-01 Carryover - A budgetincrease in the amount of $3,103,286 is needed to reflect 2000-01 carryover, as follows:



Shiff-Bustamante Textbooks $884,058

Gift Carryover $633,878

English Lang. Inten. Literacy Prog. $679,869

Instructional Materials State Text. $596,974

Academic Performance Index (API) $221,176

Nell Soto Grant $ 87,331

This is a one-time adjustment.

2. Districtwide - State Lottery Instructional Materials - A budget increase in the amount of$319,520 is needed to reflect the restricted

portion of lottery funds allocated for instructional materials. This is an ongoing

adjustment.

3. Districtwide - 10th Grade Counseling Grant - A budget increase in the amount of $3,703 is needed to reflect increased funding due to additional students served. This is a one-time adjustment.

4. Districtwide - Indirect Cost Transfers - A budget decrease in the amount of <$57,213> is needed to reflect additional revenue received from other local program operation. This is a one-timeadjustment.

5. Santa Monica High School - RGK Foundation Grant- A budget increase in the amount of $19,500 is needed, commensurate with the revenue adjustment, as detailed above in Item I.[A].5. This is a one-time adjustment.

6. Santa Monica High School - Vocational Education Grant - A budget increase in the amount of $3,982is needed, commensurate with the revenue adjustment, as detailed above in Item I.[A].7. This is a one-time adjustment.

7. Superintendent's Office - Strategic Planning Grant - A budget increase in the amount of $86,000is needed, commensurate with the revenue adjustment, as detailed above in Item I.[A].2. This is a one-time adjustment.

8. Educational Services - English Language Acquisition Program - A budget increase in the amount of $22,807 is needed to reflect additional planned programmatic expenditures. This is a one-time adjustment.

9. Educational Services - Science Lab Materials - A budget increase in the amount of $14,814 is needed to reflect the unused site allocations of this grant. Educational Services will reallocate these funds to the school sites based on need. This is a one-time adjustment.

10. Educational Services - Cal-Serve Grant - A budget decrease in the amount of <$5,009> is needed to reflect the completion of the Grant. This is a one-time adjustment.

11. Educational Services - Website Development - A budget increase in the amount of $3,250 is needed to develop and maintain the School Accountability Report Card on the District's website. This is an ongoing adjustment.

12. Educational Services - California Teacher Education Institute (CTEI) - A budget decrease in the amount of <$45,309> is needed, commensurate with the revenue adjustment, as detailed above in Item I.[A].10. This is a one-time adjustment.

13. Student Services - Medi-Cal Reimbursement - A budget increase in the amount of $27,561 is needed, commensurate with the revenue adjustment, as detailed above in Item I.[A].4. This is a one-time adjustment.

14. Districtwide - Bus Transportation - SACS Accounting - A budget increase in the amount of$124,554 is needed to accurately reflect the costs associated with accounting separately for special education and regular education transportation due to the mandated implementation of the Standardized Account Code Structure (SACS). This is a one-timeadjustment.

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

Certificated Salaries $ 118,571

Classified Salaries $ 44,907

Employee Benefits $ 19,984

Books and Supplies <$ 167,753>

Services, Other Operating Expenses $ 45,908

Capital Outlay <$ 61,617>

Total: $ 0

II. ADULT EDUCATION FUND (FUND 11)

[A] Expenditures - Increase the expenditure budget in the amount of $10,633 to reflect gift carryover previously included in the General Fund - Restricted ending fund balance. This is a one-time adjustment.

III. CHILD DEVELOPMENT FUND (FUND 12)

[A] Revenues - Decrease in the amount of <$288,528> to reflect the following adjustments:

1. CDC Contract COLA adjustment $ 113,769

2. State Preschool Parent Fees <$ 534,828>

3. State Preschool Apportionment $ 132,531

[B] Expenditures - Decrease the expenditure budget in the amount of <$100,665> to reflect the following adjustments:

1. Playground Equipment $ 37,695

2. CREST Program $ 113,824

3. State Preschool <$ 252,184>

CDS is in the process of revising

all of its budgets and programs.

Comprehensive and detailed reports

of these revisions will be included

in the Second Interim Report (as of

January 31, 2002)





IV. STATE SCHOOL BUILDING FUND (FUND 21)

[A] Expenditures - Increase the expenditure budget in the amount of $175,453 to reflect gift carryover for Barnum Hall restoration previously included in the General Fund - Restricted ending fund balance. This is a one-time adjustment.

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TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION ACTION/MAJOR

12/06/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT

RE: 2001-02 FIRST INTERIM REPORT

RECOMMENDATION NO. A.40

It is recommended that the Board of Education approve the 2001-02 First Interim Report and supporting documentation.

COMMENTS: The Board of Education adopted the 2001-02 Budget on June 27, 2001, and it was approved by the Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE).

Since the adoption of the initial budget, changing conditions have necessitated adjusting the District budget. All of the expenditure and revenue changes previously approved by the Board or proposed for approval at this time are included in the supporting documentation.

The First Interim Report and supporting documentation were not available at the time the Agenda was being printed, but have been forwarded under separate cover to the Board Members and are available for public review in the Office of the Assistant Superintendent for Fiscal & Business Services.


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TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION DISCUSSION

12/06/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT

RE: REPORT ON THE DISTRICT'S USE OF INTER-DISTRICT PERMITS

RECOMMENDATION NO. D.1

It is recommended that the Board of Education review this report on the District's Use of InterDistrict Permits.

The report was not available at the time the Agenda was being printed, but has been forwarded under separate cover to the Board Members and is available for public review in the Office of the Superintendent. The report will also be available at the meeting.


TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION DISCUSSION

12/06/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT

RE: REPORT ON CLASS SIZE REDUCTION

RECOMMENDATION NO. D.2

It is recommended that the Board of Education review this report on Class Size Reduction.

The report was not available at the time the Agenda was being printed, but has been forwarded under separate cover to the Board Members and is available for public review in the Office of the Superintendent. The report will also be available at the meeting.


TO: BOARD OF EDUCATION INFORMATION

12/06/01

FROM: SUPERINTENDENT

RE: BASIC/SUPPLEMENTAL TEXTBOOKS TO BE ADOPTED
INFORMATIONAL COMMUNICATION 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.



BRIDGES TO LITERATURE, by Jane Green, Judy Lewis and Olga Bautista, Grades 6-8, Reading, Published by McDougal and Littell, adoption requested by Monique Kiehm @ Lincoln

THE SEVEN HABITS OF HIGHLY EFFECTIVE TEENS, by Sean Covey, Grade 9, Humanities, Published Simon Schuster, adoption requested by Chris Megaffin @ Samohi

DEMIAN, by Hermann Hesse, Grade 9, English H.P., Published by Perennial Classics, adoption requested by Lorri Horn @ Samohi