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Posted by: thepinetree on 05/06/2013 02:21 PM Updated by: John_Hamilton on 05/06/2013 05:18 PM
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Agenda for Next VUSD Board Meeting, May 8, 2013

Arnold, CA... VALLECITO UNION SCHOOL DISTRICT AGENDA FOR THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES 4:30 p.m. – Open Public Session Meeting convenes to Closed Session 5:30 p.m. Open Public Session
WEDNESDAY, May 8, 2013 HAZEL FISCHER SCHOOL, 1605 Blagen Road, Arnold, CA



VALLECITO UNION SCHOOL DISTRICT
AGENDA FOR THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
4:30 p.m. – Open Public Session
Meeting convenes to Closed Session
5:30 p.m. Open Public Session
WEDNESDAY, May 8, 2013
HAZEL FISCHER SCHOOL
1605 Blagen Road, Arnold, CA
OUR MISSION
 Provide a safe, respectful and nurturing school environment
 Provide exemplary, standards-based, fiscally sustainable programs
 Foster the development of each individual through enrichment, extra-curricular and other Support programs
 Employ and retain highly qualified professional staff
 Forge partnerships and collaboration opportunities with community shareholders
Any writings or documents that are public records and are provided to a majority of the governing board regarding an open session item on this agenda will be made available for public inspection in the District Office located at 4545B Moran Road during normal business hours.
I. REGULAR MEETING CALLED TO ORDER
II. ESTABLISHMENT OF QUORUM
III. APPROVAL OF AGENDA - Action to add or delete items from any portion of the agenda or to discuss any consent agenda items must be taken prior to adoption of the agenda.
IV. PUBLIC COMMENT ON ANY ITEM ON THE CLOSED SESSION AGENDA
V. CLOSED SESSION
A. PERSONNEL
CERTIFICATED
Public Employee Discipline/Dismissal/Release
Public Employee Discipline/Dismissal/Release
Public Employee Appointment
Athletic Directors
Coaching Staff
Special Ed Extended Year
Special Ed Summer Bridge Program
CLASSIFIED
Public Employee Appointment
Special Ed Extended Year
Special Ed Summer Bridge Program
C. CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATOR – Phyllis Parisi, Superintendent
• Vallecito Teachers’ Association
• California School Employees’ Association – Chapter 748
VI. OPEN SESSION
• Pledge of Allegiance
• Board Report of action, if any, taken during closed session
VII. COMMENTS AND QUESTIONS FROM THE AUDIENCE
Up to fifteen minutes of this portion of the meeting are reserved for members of the public to address the Board on items not listed on the agenda and within the jurisdiction of the School Board. Speakers are limited to 3 minutes. The School Board is prohibited by law from taking action on matters discussed that are not on the Agenda, and no adverse conclusions should be drawn if the School Board does not respond to public comment at this time.
Vallecito Teachers’ Association -
California School Employees Association – Vallecito Chapter 748 -
General Public / Community / Parent Groups -
Staff Members –
VIII. ANNOUNCEMENTS AND COMMUNICATIONS
REPORTS AND PRESENTATIONS – Routine report of activities, operations, meetings / conferences
• AMS Student Representative -
• Hazel Fischer –
• Richard Giuffra, Operations/Transportation -
• Board Members –
• Phyllis Parisi, Superintendent –
Government Code Section 54954.3 provides that the public will have an opportunity to address the Board on any item described on
a regular or special meeting either before or during the consideration of that item. The Board reserves the right to limit the time of
presentation by individual and cumulative (BB 9323)
IX. PUBLIC HEARING
The Board will receive public input on the following item:
• Tier III Flexibility Transfers of Restricted Funds during the 2013/14 school year per Ed Code
42605(c)(2)
X. REGULAR AGENDA ITEMS
A. CONSENT AGENDA
Notice to the Public
All matters listed under Consent Agenda are considered to be routine and are acted on by the Board of Trustees by one
motion. There will be no separate discussion of these items prior to the Board vote unless a member of the Board, staff or
public requests specific items be considered and discussed separately and/or removed from the Consent Agenda prior to
the adoption of the Agenda. It is understood that the Administration recommends approval on all consent items. Each item
on the consent agenda approved by the Board of Trustees shall be deemed to have been considered in full and adopted as
recommended.
A.1 Warrants
A.2 4/17/13 Regular and 4/23/13 Special Meeting minutes
B. GENERAL BUSINESS
B.1 Presentation from Foothill – Horizons - Informational
C. BUSINESS / FINANCE
C.1 Adopt Resolution # 12-13-24 Tier III Flexibility Transfers of Restricted Funds during the
2013/14 school year per Ed Code 42605(c)(2) – Adoption requested
D. PERSONNEL
D.1 CERTIFICATED
D.1A Adopt Resolution # 12-13-23 – Release of Temporary Certificated Employees –
Adoption requested
D.1B Adopt Resolution # 12-13-25 – Matter of the Reduction in Certificated Particular Kind
of Services – Adoption requested
D.1C Appoint certificated teaching staff for summer Special Ed programs – Approval
requested
 Extended Year
 Summer Bridge
D.1D Appoint 2013-14 Coaching positions – Approval requested
D.1E Appoint 2013-14 Athletic Director positions – Approval requested
D.2 CLASSIFIED
D.2A Appoint classified aide staff for the summer Special Ed programs – Approval requested
 Extended Year
 Summer Bridge
E. POLICY REVISION / ADOPTION
July 2012 policy revision from CSBA – Study session /1st reading / adoption requested
BP/AR 4154/4254/4354 - Health and Welfare Benefits
Updated policy and regulation delete material related to temporary premium subsidies for COBRA/Cal-COBRA for "assistance eligible individuals" who were involuntarily terminated, as the date for program eligibility has now passed. Policy also reflects the federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act which prohibits employers from providing higher benefits to "highly compensated" individuals, as defined. Regulation also reflects legal requirement that an eligible retiree or surviving spouse may be denied the opportunity to enroll for benefits if he/she does not do so within 30 days of losing active coverage, and reflects change of age at which person ceases to be a "dependent child" for purposes of eligibility for COBRA/Cal-COBRA. (Options 1 were originally chosen)
E 4319.21 - Professional Standards
Updated exhibit reproduces the entire California Professional Standards for Educational Leaders, as issued by the California School Leadership Academy at WestEd and the Association of California School Administrators.
BP 5131.2 – Bullying (Revised policy from April 2013 Updates)
Policy updated to ensure compliance with CDE decision that uniform complaint procedures must be used to receive and investigate student complaints involving discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying based on the characteristics covered within Education Code 234.1.
BP 5141.33 - Head Lice
Updated policy reflects NEW STATE GUIDANCE from the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) on head lice prevention and control in schools. In accordance with CDPH guidance, policy (1) deletes routine screening by schools and the school's responsibility to check siblings of infected students, (2) adds provision of information to parents/guardians to encourage at-home screening and inspection, (3) allows student found with active head lice to stay in school until the end of the school day, and (4) gives discretion to principal or designee to determine whether to send notification and information to parents/guardians when students in a class or school are found infested with head lice.
AR 5144.1 - Suspension and Expulsion/Due Process
MANDATED regulation updated to reflect NEW LAW (AB 1732, 2012) which identifies specific conduct that would constitute a post on a social network Internet web site, for purposes of identifying an act of bullying, to include posting to or creating a burn page, creating a credible impersonation of a student, and creating a false profile. In addition, updated regulation clarifies that, although state law defines "bullying" to include acts of sexual harassment, hate violence, or harassment, threat, or intimidation (as described in items #20-22 in the section "Grounds for Suspension and Expulsion"), students below grade 4 may only be disciplined for such acts if all the criteria for "bullying" are met (e.g., a third grade student’s act of harassment results in harm to a reasonable student).
BP 6161 - Equipment, Books and Materials
Policy deleted due to redundancy with BP 6161.1 - Selection and Evaluation of Instructional Materials.
BB 9321 - Closed Session Purposes and Agendas
Updated bylaw reflects NEW ATTORNEY GENERAL OPINION which concludes that only three specified subjects related to real property negotiations may be considered in closed session. Bylaw also (1) includes board philosophical statement expressing commitment to transparency and compliance with open meeting laws, (2) includes requirement to reconvene in open session to report decisions of closed session with link to BB 9321.1 - Closed Session Actions and Reports, and (3) revises section on "Pending Litigation" to add definitions of "party" and "significant exposure to litigation."
XI. ITEMS FOR NEXT BOARD MEETING
 Adopt 2013 / 2014 Budget
 Con App I
Posting of Notice on May 2, 2013: The Agenda was emailed to the following local newspapers of general circulation in Calaveras County: Calaveras Enterprise, Union Democrat, The Pine Tree, and Mountain Chronicle. Posted at: District Office, Michelson, Hazel Fischer and Avery Middle Schools.
XII. ADJOURNMENT
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you need a special accommodation to participate, please contact the Vallecito Union School District Office at 209-795-8500 at least 48 hours in advance.


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