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Regular Board Meeting
Calexico USD
January 24, 2019 5:00PM
District Administrative Board Room 901 Andrade Ave. Calexico, CA 92231

A. OPENING ITEMS
A.1. Call to Order
A.2. Pledge of Allegiance
B. PUBLIC COMMENTS (CLOSED SESSION ITEMS ONLY)
C. ANNOUNCEMENT OF CONVENING INTO CLOSED SESSION
D. CLOSED SESSION
D.1. Student Discipline (Education Code Section 48918), Case #181906 Consideration of Recommendation of Student DisciplineConfidential agenda item.
D.2. Public Employee Appointments & Employments (Government Code Section 54957) All positions included in Certificated & Classified Employment Reports
D.3. Public Employee(s)/Discipline(s)/Dismissal(s)/Release(s)Non-reelection(s)/Non-renewal(s)/Resignation(s)/Reassignment(s)/Transfer(s)/Employments/Leaves of Absence (Government Code Section 54957)
D.4. Negotiations: Conference w/District Labor Negotiators (Government Code Section 54957.6) Negotiator: Carlos R. Gonzales, Superintendent: ACT/CSEA/Unrepresented/Management

E. RECONVENE TO OPEN SESSION-Approximate time: 6pm
F. ANNOUNCEMENT OF ACTION(S) TAKEN IN CLOSED SESSION
G. COMMENTS FROM PUBLIC-The Board will take any and all comments from the public related to an item on the agenda or any other item of District business that is not on the agenda.
H. PRESENTATIONS
H.1. Girls Tennis
Volleyball

Speaker:
Carlos R. Gonzales, Superintendent
H.2. Highest Attendance for Month 4:
Blanche Charles Elementary School-95.04%

H.3. Student Representatives:
AU: Pablo Torres Borboa
CO: Ariana Madrigal
CO-9th: Adrieann Campos
EC: Alondra Tessman
WM: Mia Burgos

H.4. Students of the Month Recognitions:
AU: Maria Quintero Castillo & Brando Gutierrez Romero
CO: Maria Merino & Aaron Pham
CO-9th: Yong Qi Lu Tan & Angel De Dios
EC: Kristell K. Vasquez & Alex Santoyo
WM: Natalie Trevaskiss & Adamari Vega

Speaker:
Carlos R. Gonzales, Superintendent
H.5. Staff Presentations:
Enrique Camarena Jr. High Staff:
Ana Hernandez & Delfina Meza

Speaker:
Diego Romero, Principal
H.6. Measure V Financial Strategy Presentation by Dale Scott & Associates.
Speaker:
Cesar Vega, Asst. Supt. of Business Services
Attachments:
Presentation
I. CONSENT AGENDA - all items appearing will be acted upon by one motion, without discussion, unless any item is pulled for separate consideration and action.
I.1. Approval of the Minutes of the Regular Board Meeting of December 13, 2018.
Speaker:
Carlos R. Gonzales, Superintendent
Attachments:
December 13, 2018 Minutes
I.2. Approval of the Minutes of the Special Board Meeting of December 13, 2018.
Speaker:
Carlos R. Gonzales, Superintendent
Attachments:
December 13, 2018 Special Board Meeting Minutes
I.3. Acceptance of Donation of $557.12 in Supplies from Alberto Madrigal for Calexico High School ASB Class.
Speaker:
Cesar Vega, Asst. Supt. of Business Services
Rationale:
Alberto Madrigal donated $557.12 in supplies for the Calexico High School ASB Class.
 
Attachments:
Donation Form and Receipts
I.4. Acceptance of Donation of $40.00 from Lorenzo Calderon Jr. for Cesar Chavez Turkey Run Event.
Speaker:
Cesar Vega, Asst. Supt. of Business Services
Rationale:
1 turkey was donated from Lorenzo Calderon Jr. for Cesar Chavez Turkey Run Event.
 
Attachments:
Donation Form
I.5. Acceptance of Donation of $40.00 from Erik Ortega for Cesar Chavez Turkey Run Event.
Speaker:
Cesar Vega, Asst. Supt. of Business Services
Rationale:
1 turkey was donated from Erik Ortega for Cesar Chavez Turkey Run Event.
 
Attachments:
Donation Form
I.6. Acceptance of Donation of $40.00 from Ciro Calderon for Cesar Chavez Turkey Run Event.
Speaker:
Cesar Vega, Asst. Supt. of Business Services
Rationale:
1 turkey was donated from Ciro Calderon for Cesar Chavez Turkey Run Event.
 
Attachments:
Donation Form and Check
I.7. Acceptance of Donation of 16 Turkeys Valued at $200.00 Total from Assemblyman Eduardo Garcia for Kennedy Gardens Turkey Trot Run.
Speaker:
Cesar Vega, Asst. Supt. of Business Services
Rationale:
16 turkeys were donated from Assemblymen Eduardo Garcia for Kennedy Gardens Turkey Trot Run.
 
Attachments:
Donation Form
I.8. Acceptance of Donation of $200.00 from Tile Man, Inc. for the Accelerated Reader Program.
Speaker:
Cesar Vega, Asst. Supt. of Business Services
Attachments:
Donation Form and Check
I.9. Acceptance of Donation of $100.00 from Richard Romero for Dool Elementary Accelerated Reader Program.
Speaker:
Cesar Vega, Asst. Supt. of Business Services
Rationale:
Richard Romero has donated $100 for Dool's Accelerated Reader Program.
 
Attachments:
Donation Form and Check
I.10. Acceptance of Donation of $750.00 from Baja Son Growers for the Accelerated Reader Program.
Speaker:
Cesar Vega, Asst. Supt. of Business Services
Rationale:
Baja Son Growers has donated $750 for the District's Accelerated Reader Program as requested.
 
Attachments:
Donation Form and Check
I.11. Acceptance of Donation of $200.00 from Michael and Susana Castillo for Calexico High School's Robotics Program.
Speaker:
Cesar Vega, Asst. Supt. of Business Services
Rationale:
Michael and Susana Castillo has donated $200 for Calexico High School's Robotics Program as requested.
 
Attachments:
Donation Form and Cash
I.12. Agreement between Calexico Unified School District and Dale Scott & Associates for Consultant Services.
Speaker:
Cesar Vega, Asst. Supt. of Business Services
Rationale:
Dale Scott & Associates would provide professional advisory services for pre-election, survey research, bond issuance, continuing disclosure, annual report preparation, annual report, budget and audit annual filing, preparation and filing of notice of significant events, and preparation and filing of annual debt transparency reports.
 
Financial Impact:
General Fund: Pre-election services, one-time $15,000 per election. Survey research, one-time $10,000 per survey plus reimbursement of out of pocket expenses related to the collection of survey research data; not to exceed $5,000. Bond issuance services, $60,000 fee for each series of bonds with the exception of BANs. Series of BAN's $30,000 fee. In the event that two similar types of transactions are brought to market at the same time, the fee for the second transaction will be reduced by 50%. Continuing disclosure services, $500 per series of bonds, not to exceed $5,000.
Attachments:
Agreement
Exhibit A - Proposal
I.13. Travel: Two Staff Members from the Technology Department to attend the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) Conference in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania from June 22-26, 2019.
Speaker:
Lucio Padilla Jr.
Rationale:
The ISTE Conference & Expo is the most influential edtech event in the world and the must-attend event for thousands of educators looking to harness the power of technology to advance learning and teaching. Three benefits of attending: 1) Teaching with technology skills are critical. The need for educators to possess the skills to effectively leverage technology for learning is undeniable. Whether you’ve been teaching with technology for decades or are just getting started, the ISTE Conference & Expo offers hundreds of learning opportunities to equip educators with the skills and knowledge necessary for digital age learning. 2)Educators must keep pace with the rate of edtech. Technology is ubiquitous and fast-moving, and the knowledge and best practices needed to harness it for teaching and learning are continuously evolving. Through our massive expo hall, ISTE conference attendees have a one-of-a-kind opportunity for hands-on learning with the latest in education technology solutions from hundreds of organizations. 3)Year-round learning built in. Registration to the ISTE conference includes ISTE membership, which means access to year-round learning, use-it-today resources that have been vetted by fellow educators and virtually endless opportunities to build influence by contributing to the field. Our participants from the IT Department provide over 20 trainings per year leading over 6 cohorts with an average of more than 20 participants per cohort. This training provides valuable knowledge, skills, best practices and resources to lead all district academies, the district technology committee and to build their capacity to represent the district as leaders beyond our school district.
 
Financial Impact:
Funding Source: LCAP Total Approximate: $4,900
Attachments:
Conference Flyer
Conference Registration
I.14. Travel: Two Calexico High School Students to attend the Hugh O'Brian Youth (HOBY) Leadership Seminar in Orange County on June 14-16, 2019.
Speaker:
Gabrielle Williams
Rationale:
Since 1986, Calexico High School has sent a representative to participate in the HOBY Leadership Seminar. The seminar allows students to recognize their leadership talents. Students participate in hands-on leadership activities, meet leaders in their state and explore their personal leadership skills. Students learn how to lead others and make a positive impact in their community. Students were selected by Mr. Vela, counselor. He announced the leadership conference invitation in the bulletin and visited classrooms.
 
Financial Impact:
Funding: LCAP Student Registration: $225 1st student Student Registration: $395 2nd student Parents provide transportation to and from the seminar.
Attachments:
HOBY Leadership Seminar
J. INFORMATION ITEMS
J.1. Superintendent's Report
J.2. Measure V Update
J.3. Association Comments (ACT/CSEA)
J.4. Insurance Committee
ROP Committee
Imperial County School Board Association Update
Safety Committee

J.5. Board Reports-These are informational reports by board members. No action is taken.
K. DISCUSSION
K.1. Gate Program
Speaker:
Ciro Calderon
L. ACTION ITEMS - Consideration & action/approval of the following items:
L.1. AB 1200 Disclosure of Proposed Collective Bargaining Agreement with California School Employees Association (CSEA) Chapter 399 for Fiscal Years 2016-2019.
Speaker:
Cesar Vega, Asst. Supt. of Business
Rationale:
The District has reached a tentative Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) with CSEA Chapter 399, for fiscal years 2016-2019. The Agreement includes a change in compensation and pursuant to Government Code Section 3547.5, the public is to be made aware of the costs associated with the tentative agreement before the Governing Board approves it and it becomes binding on the District. Assembly Bill 1200 (AB 1200) further requires the District to detail the costs and submit information to the Imperial County Office of Education, to substantiate, based on the Superintendent’s and Chief Business Officer’s certification, that the District can meet the financial obligation of the tentative CBA. The attached information has been prepared to comply with the AB 1200 and collective bargaining agreement public disclosure requirements of Government Code Section 3547.5. The forms are designed to present multi-year costs and budget implications of negotiations once completed. The forms and copies of the proposed bargaining agreements must be submitted to the Imperial County Office of Education for review at least ten (10) workdays prior to the date the Governing Board will take action on the proposed bargaining agreements. The forms must also be available to the public prior to the date of Governing Board action on the proposed agreements.
 
Financial Impact:
The costs of the agreement for fiscal year 2016-2017 is $965,658.09; for fiscal year 2017-2018 is $405,576.22; and for fiscal year 2018-2019 is $1,511,096.73. Costs are from the General Fund and include actual and estimated salary, health and welfare, and other benefits.
Attachments:
AB 1200 Certification
ICOE AB1200 Certification Letter
Tentative Agreement
L.2. Approval of Tentative Agreement between the Calexico Unified School District and California School Employees Association (CSEA) Chapter 399 for Fiscal Years 2016-2017, 2017-2018 and 2018-2019.
Speaker:
Carlos R. Gonzales, Superintendent
Rationale:
The District has reached a tentative Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) with CSEA Chapter 399, for fiscal years 2016-2019. As part of the Agreement an updated and reformatted CBA will be published. The key components of the TA include: Salary: A 5% increase to the salary schedule, retroactive to July 1, 2016 A 2% increase effective January 1, 2018 to address minimum wage requirements Off-Schedule Compromise: a 1% off schedule payment based on the 2017-18 contractual earning will be paid to unit members employed as of June 29, 2018 Benefits: Health and Welfare benefit contributions will remain the same through June 30 2019 Retiree Contributions: The District will no longer pay employee portions of CalPERS retiree contributions, effective January 1, 2019. It will continue to do so for those who already receive it, until June 30, 2019, as part of the total economic package. There will be no reopeners for any articles for the 2018-2019 year. If an agreement with another bargaining unit results in its receiving a total economic package greater than that of the TA with CSEA, the District will pay CSEA the adjusted difference.
 
Financial Impact:
The costs of the agreement for fiscal year 2016-2017 is $965,658.09; for fiscal year 2017-2018 is $405,576.22; and for fiscal year 2018-2019 is $1,511,096.73. Costs are from the General Fund and include actual and estimated salary, health and welfare, and other benefits.
Attachments:
Tentative Agreement
Updated Salary Schedule
L.3. Agreement between Dool Elementary School and Imagine Learning for pilot partnership support.
Speaker:
Ms. Joan Hanson, Principal- Dool School
Rationale:
Pilot Partnership between Dool School and Imagine Learning Pilot: Objectives: 1. Determine suitability of the Imagine Learning software for student populations. 2. Verify compatibility of program specifications with the school and/or district infrastructure. 3. Allow for observation of student engagement and progress with Imagine Learning Software. 4. Facilitate purchase decision. Imagine Learning Pilot will provide support to coordinate and monitor the pilot. Meet with school representative and appropriate staff regularly to review implementation and student progress.
 
Financial Impact:
No fees at this time. 90 days trial
Attachments:
Imagine Learning Pilot Partnership Agreement
Imagine learning Proposal QT61530
L.4. Agreement between Calexico Unified School District and Epic Land Solutions, Inc. for Professional Appraisal Services.
Speaker:
Cesar Vega, Asst. Supt. of Business Services
Rationale:
Epic Land Solutions, Inc. is to provide professional appraisal services for a portion of APN 059-170-003 - North side of E. Cole Road, west of G. Cleveland Avenue in Calexico. The purpose of the appraisal is to acquire the property previously referenced in this rationale. Epic land is to provide the report 45-days from the date this agreement is signed. The District is to receive 1 PDF copy and 2 hard copies.
 
Financial Impact:
General Fund $5,500
Attachments:
Agreement
L.5. Agreement between Calexico Unified School District and Pure Waters Technology for Drinking Water Dispensing Services at the Training Center.
Speaker:
Elisa Ramirez, Assist. Sup. of Educational Services
Rationale:
Pure Water Technology installs, maintains and provides purified drinking water on a 36-month agreement. The dispenser will be located in the new training center on Rockwood Avenue.
 
Financial Impact:
General Fund: $69 per month for 36 months and a one-time installation fee of $49.00.
Attachments:
Agreement
L.6. Proposal Agreement between Calexico Unified School District and School Site Solutions for Project Management and State-Aid Application Services for Culinary Arts Modernization Project.
Speaker:
Cesar Vega, Asst. Supt. of Business Services
Rationale:
SSS was founded in 2003 as a school facilities consulting firm located in Sacramento, California. SSS specializes in school site selection, acquisition, State approvals, Department of Toxic Substances Control oversight, CEQA compliance services, eligibility and funding services and bond program planning assistance for K-12 school districts all over the State. In total, they have served over 150 school district clients in this capacity. SSS will provide bond implementation planning services in order to assist the district in Project and Construction Coordination assistance for the Calexico High School Culinary Arts Academy. In consideration of the services provided, the District will pay to SCHOOL SITE SOLUTIONS, Inc. fees of $165 per hour not to exceed an estimated ninety three thousand dollars ($93,000 dollars) or the Calexico Unified School District Bond Projects which include for the purposes of this proposal the following: Culinary Arts Building Modernization: Project Management Fee - $93,000.00 and State Facility Program Eligibility and Application Submittal: 1.85 % of OPSC apportionment per funding application.
 
Financial Impact:
Measure V Fund: $165 per hour not to exceed an estimated $93,000 dollars - or - Project Management Fee - $93,000.00 and State Facility Program Eligibility and Application Submittal: 1.85% of OPSC apportionment per funding application.
Attachments:
Proposal
L.7. Contract between Calexico Unified School District and Dannis Woliver Kelly Attorneys at Law for Legal and Consulting Services.
Speaker:
Cesar Vega, Asst. Supt. of Business Services
Rationale:
DWK (Dannis Woliver Kelley) is a law firm with offices in Long Beach, San Francisco, Sacramento, San Diego, Chico, San Rafael, and San Luis Obispo. Since 1976, DWK has focused almost exclusively on serving the legal needs of public educational institutions in California including nearly 300 public school districts, community college districts, and county office of education. DWK covers the following practice groups: labor, employment and personnel, litigation, business, property and construction, board ethics, transparency and accountability, students and special education, and public finance.
 
Financial Impact:
General Fund: Shareholders, Special Counsel and of Counsel: $225-$335 per hour Associates: $185-$235 per hour Paralegals and Law Clerks: $130-$150 per hour
Attachments:
Contract
L.8. Memorandum of Understanding between Calexico Unified School District and Imperial Community College for Data Sharing Services Effective July 1, 2018 thru June 30, 2020.
Speaker:
Elisa Ramirez, Asst. Superintendent
Rationale:
The purpose of the proposed MOU is to facilitate and acknowledge the mutual sharing of data and integration between data management systems in an effort to improve efficiencies, between parties. It will facilitate the collection, analysis, and sharing of student data in order to track performance, increase access and improve student success.
 
Attachments:
MOU-Data Sharing Agreement
L.9. Memorandum of Understanding between Calexico Unified School District and High Tech High Graduate School of Education (HTH GSE) to Participate in the College Access Network.
Speaker:
Brisa Huerta-Price
Rationale:
HTH GSE is looking to partner with high schools in Southern California so that through continuous improvement, together we increase the number of minority and low-income students who apply, enroll, and ultimately go to a 4-year college. Through coaching, networking, and support from HTH GSE, schools will develop a five-year plan to achieve their goal. The team from Calexico High School is made up of counselors, teachers, site and district administration.
 
Financial Impact:
$0 All expenses are paid by High Tech High Graduate School of Education including lodging, meals, travel, and substitute costs for teachers and administrators.
Attachments:
CUSD-CARPE MOU
L.10. Awarding of RFP No. 2018-05 Security Patrol Services and Agreement Approval.
Speaker:
Cesar Vega, Asst. Supt. of Business Services
Rationale:
As per approval from the Board, a Request for Proposal (RFP) was released on November 21, 2018. 5 local companies were emailed invitation to participate with inclusion of the RFP packet. An ad was also placed in local newspaper from November 21-December 5 inviting additional companies to respond. Only two proposals were received. The companies that responded to the bid participated in an interview by CUSD on January 18, 2019. Invited companies: ASPS Security; Patrol Protective Services; Securitas Security Services; US Security Associates and American Guard Service Proposals received: Securitas Security Services and Patrol Protective Services.
 
Financial Impact:
General Fund: Option #1 (1) Officer & (1) Vehicle: 2019: $130,264.20 2020: $139,232.00 2021: $147,746.28 Option #2: (2) Officers & (2) Vehicles: Estimated $15,147 monthly, $181,764 annually
Attachments:
Agreement
Exhibit A to the Agreement - PPS Proposal
Exhibit B to the Agreement - RFP
Exhibit C to the Agreement - Price Schedule
L.11. 2019 Internal Revenue Service Standard Mileage Rate Increase.
Speaker:
Cesar Vega, Asst. Supt. of Business Services
Rationale:
The Internal Revenue Service has issued the 2019 standard mileage rate used to calculate the deductible costs of operating an automobile for business, charitable, medical or moving purposes. Beginning January 1, 2019, the standard mileage rate for the use of a car (involving vans, pickups or panel trucks) will be: .58¢ per mile for business miles driven. The 2018 rate was 0.545¢. The standard mileage rate of business is based on an annual study of the fixed and variable costs of operating an automobile, including depreciation, insurance, repairs, tires, maintenance, gas and oil. Bernard P Harvey of the Office of Associate Chief Counsel (Income Tax and Accounting), conducted the study for the IRS.
 
Financial Impact:
Minimal.
Attachments:
IRS Notice
L.12. First Reading of Revised Board Policy and Proposed Administrative Regulation 5141.4-Child Abuse Prevention and Reporting.
Speaker:
Dennis Price
Rationale:
Policy and regulation updated to reflect new law (AB 1432) which mandates staff training regarding the duties of mandated reporters. Policy also updated to reflect new law (AB 2016) which authorizes districts to provide students with instruction in sexual abuse and sexual assault awareness and new law (AB 2560) which requires applicants for a new or renewed credential to sign a statement that they understand their obligations as mandated reporters. Regulation also updated to reflect new law (AB 1775) which amends the definition of sexual exploitation; to expand the list of mandated reporters to include athletic coaches, athletic administrators, and athletic directors; and to reflect current law which provides that a student’s homelessness or status as an unaccompanied minor is not a reason for reporting child abuse or neglect. Regulation updated to reflect new law (AB 1058, 2015) which authorizes training to be provided to school personnel, at least once every three years, in the prevention of child abuse, including sexual abuse, on school grounds, by school personnel or in school-sponsored programs.
 
Attachments:
Current BP 5141.4 Child Abuse Prevention and Reporting
Proposed AR5141.4 Child Abuse Prevention and Reporting
Proposed BP 5141.4 Child Abuse Prevention and Reporting
L.13. First Reading of Revised Board Policy and Administrative Regulation 6185- Community Day School.
Speaker:
Elisa Ramirez, Asst. Superintendent
Rationale:
Policy updated to expand material related to program goals, collaboration with county offices of education and other districts in the development of a plan related to services for expelled students, and program evaluation. Material on the location of the community day school moved from AR to BP and clarified. Regulation updated to streamline the process for involuntarily transferring a student into a community day school and to delete unnecessary details regarding facilities which reflected requirements applicable to all school facilities.
 
Attachments:
Current AR6185 Community Day School
Current BP6185 Community Day School
Proposed AR6185 Community Day School
Proposed BP6185 Community Day school
L.14. Revision of Job Description: Director of Facilities, Maintenance & Operations.
Speaker:
Cesar Vega, Asst. Supt. of Business
Attachments:
Director of Facilities, Maintenance & Operations JD
Director of Facilities, Maintenance & Operations JD with Revisions
L.15. Revision of Job Description: Accounting Supervisor
Speaker:
Cesar Vega, Asst. Supt. of Business
Attachments:
Current Acct. Supv. with Revisions
Proposed Accounting Supervisor JD
L.16. Resolution to Piggyback on Mobile Modular Bid Agreement for Culinary Arts Temporary Housing.Was edited within 72 hours of the Meeting
Speaker:
Cesar Vega, Asst. Supt. of Business Services
Rationale:
Calexico Unified is to piggyback on Mobile Modular's bid agreement in order to lease 3 modular buildings to serve as temporary housing for the Culinary Arts program during its modernization project. Modular #1 is to be 24 x 40 in size and Modular #2 & #3 is to be 48 x 40 in size. Mobile Modular will provide block and level building and delivery as well as prepare the equipment for removal and hauling upon the conclusion of the 9 month lease term.
 
Financial Impact:
Measure V Fund: 24 X 40 Modular $1,350 per month. 12 Months Total $16,200 48 X 40 Modular (2) $2,305 per month. 12 Months Total $27,660 x 2 = $55,320.00 Charges Upon Delivery $83,052 Charges Upon Return $26,905 Grand Total $181,477
Attachments:
Quote
Resolution
L.17. Resolution to Sign Orders for 2018-19 School Year.
Speaker:
Cesar Vega, Asst. Supt. of Business
Attachments:
Resolution
L.18. Certificated Employment Report.
Speaker:
Carlos R. Gonzales, Superintendent
Attachments:
Certificated Employment Report
L.19. Classified Employment Report.
Speaker:
Carlos R. Gonzales, Superintendent
Attachments:
Classified Employment Report
M. RECONVENE TO EARLIER CLOSED SESSION (SEE ABOVE, ITEM D)
N. RECONVENE TO OPEN SESSION
O. ANNOUNCEMENT OF ACTION(S) TAKEN IN CLOSED SESSION
P. STUDENT DISCIPLINE-(EDUCATION CODE SECTION 48918) Action upon recommendation of student discipline case #181906.
Q. ADJOURNMENT
Disability Information:
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Published: January 18, 2019, 4:38 PM

The resubmit was successful.