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Regular Board Meeting
Calexico USD
November 21, 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. Public Employee Appointments & Employments (Government Code Section 54957) All positions included in Certificated & Classified Employment Reports
D.2. 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.3. Negotiations: Conference w/District Labor Negotiators (Government Code Section 54957.6)
Negotiator: Carlos R. Gonzales, Superintendent: ACT/CSEA/Unrepresented/Management/Classified Supervisors

D.4. Uniform Complaint (AR 1312.3) - status, procedures, options (Potential hearing of complaint).
D.5. Conference with Legal Counsel- Anticipated Litigation
Significant Exposure to Litigation Pursuant to Subdivision (d)(2) of Government Code Section 54956.9
Number of potential cases: one

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 Cross Country Team-IVL Champions
H.2. Highest Attendance for Month 2:
Mains Elementary School-97.37%

Speaker:
Carlos R. Gonzales, Superintendent
H.3. Student Representatives:
AU: Ari Wong
CO: Abigail Zepeda
CO-9th: Kristen Noriega
EC: Jose Jimenez
WM: Nestor Durazo

H.4. Students of the Month Recognitions:
AU: Joel A. Arreguin & Samantha Uribe
CO: Emily Martinez & Ricardo Ozuna
CO-9th: Leslie Aguilar-Cardenas & Arturo A. Tabarez
EC: Victoria I. Behl & Jose J. Jimenez Jr.
WM: Valeria Barraza & Maximiliano Gonzalez

H.5. Staff Presentations:
Enrique Camarena Jr. High School Staff:
Rebecca Soto & Robert Davila

H.6. California Assessment of Student Performance & Progress Data (CAASPP)
Speaker:
Elisa Ramirez, Asst. Superintendent
Attachments:
2019-20 CAASPP SBAC 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 October 24, 2019.
Speaker:
Carlos R. Gonzales, Superintendent
Attachments:
October 24, 2019 Minutes
I.2. Acceptance of a $200.00 Donation from Richard Romero for Calexico High School Robotics Class.
Speaker:
Cesar Vega, Asst. Supt. of Business Services
Rationale:
Donation of $200.00 from Richard Romero designated to the Robotics Class/Team at Calexico High School.
 
Attachments:
Donation Form - $200 Romero - CHS Robotics
I.3. Acceptance of a $100.00 donation from SLC Cleaning, Inc. for Calexico High School Baseball Team.
Speaker:
Cesar Vega, Asst. Supt. of Business Services
Rationale:
Donation of $100.00 Donation from SLC Cleaning, Inc. designated to the Baseball Team at Calexico High School for trips, competitions, supplies and fundraising.
 
Attachments:
Donation Form
I.4. Acceptance of a $300.00 Donation from Rick Pence for Calexico High School Robotic Team.
Speaker:
Cesar Vega, Asst. Supt. of Business Services
Rationale:
Donation of $300.00 Donation from Rick Pence designated to the Robotics Team at Calexico High School for trips, competitions, supplies and fundraising.
 
Attachments:
Donation Form - $300 Rick Pence
I.5. Acceptance of a $250.00 Donation from Dynamic Consulting for Calexico High School Robotic Team.
Speaker:
Cesar Vega, Asst. Supt. of Business Services
Rationale:
Donation of $250.00 Donation from Dynamic Consulting designated to the Robotics Team at Calexico High School for trips, competitions, supplies and fundraising.
 
Attachments:
Donation Form - $250 Dynamic Consulting
I.6. Acceptance of a $50.00 Donation from Gerald A. & Jane V. Noble for Calexico High School Robotic Team.
Speaker:
Cesar Vega, Asst. Supt. of Business Services
Rationale:
Donation of $50.00 Donation from Gerald A. Noble & Jane V. Noble designated to the Robotics Team at Calexico High School for trips, competitions, supplies and fundraising.
 
Attachments:
Donation Form - $50 from G&J Noble for CHS Robotics
I.7. Acceptance of a $2,610.40 Donation from Communities Foundation of Texas for Calexico High School Swimming Athletics and Teams.
Speaker:
Cesar Vega, Asst. Supt. of Business Services
Rationale:
Donation of $2,610.40 Donation from Communities Foundation of Texas designated to the Swimming Teams/Swimming Athletics at Calexico High School.
 
Attachments:
Donation Form - $2,610.40 Communities Found of Texas/CHS Swim Athletics
I.8. Acceptance of a $250.00 Donation from The Holt Group Inc. for Calexico High School Robotics.
Speaker:
Cesar Vega, Asst. Supt. of Business Services
Rationale:
Donation of $250 Donation from The Holt Group Inc. for supplies, activities and fundraisers for students' use with First Robotics at Calexico High School.
 
Attachments:
Donation Form - $250 The Holt Group / CHS Robotics
I.9. Acceptance of a $20,000.00 Donation from the Imperial Irrigation District for Calexico High School Robotics.
Speaker:
Cesar Vega, Asst. Supt. of Business Services
Rationale:
Donation of $20,000 from the Imperial Irrigation District for supplies, activities and fundraisers for students' use with First Robotics at Calexico High School.
 
Attachments:
Donation Form - $20,000 IID for CHS Robotics
I.10. Acceptance of a $1,000.00 Donation from Baja Son Growers, LLC for Calexico High School Robotics.
Speaker:
Cesar Vega, Asst. Supt. of Business Services
Rationale:
Donation of $1,000 from Baja Son Growers, LLC for supplies, activities and fundraisers for students' use with First Robotics at Calexico High School.
 
Attachments:
Donation Form - $1000 Baja Son Growers / CHS Robotics
I.11. Travel - Varsity Girls Wrestling Team to Attend an Overnight Tournament at La Puente High School Wrestling Tournament on December 20 - 21, 2019 in La Puente High, CA.
Speaker:
G. Williams
Rationale:
3 coaches, 2 wrestlers, coach Robert Tabarez, Coach Gilbert Panela, Coach Francisco Salais, Female Chaperone: TBD One of the Top Wrestling Tournaments in the state Will allow for the 2 female wrestlers to gain experience and wrestle a variety of other females in their weight class. Allow for college coaches to scout them for potential scholarships to college. It will allow them to gain points towards CIF state qualifications.
 
Financial Impact:
FUNDING: Athletics Tournament Entry Fee $30 X 2 athletes= $60 (Athletics) Hotel- 3 rooms/1-night $150 x 3 rooms = $450.00 Transportation- 1 Districts Vans (206 miles one-way x 2= 412x 0.50=$206.00 (Athletics) Meals- (Wrestling Club)
Attachments:
La Puente Tourney
I.12. Travel - Varsity Girls Wrestling Team to Attend the John A Rowland Wrestling Tournament on November 22, 2019- November 23, 2019 at Rowland Hts, CA.
Speaker:
G. Williams
Rationale:
3 coaches, 2 wrestlers, coach Robert Tabarez, Coach Gilbert Panela, Coach Francisco Salais, Female Chaperone: TBD One of the Top Wrestling Tournaments in the state Will allow for the 2 female wrestlers to gain experience and wrestle a variety of other females in their weight class. Allow for college coaches to scout them for potential scholarships to college. It will allow them to gain points towards CIF state qualifications.
 
Financial Impact:
Funding: Athletics Tournament Entry Fee $30 X 2 athletes = $60 (Athletics) Hotel = 3 rooms/1-night $150 x 3 rooms = $450.00 Transportation - 1 Districts Vans (201 miles one-way x 2= 402 x 0.50=$201.00 (Athletics) Meals- (Wrestling Club)
Attachments:
Girls Wrestling Rowland
I.13. Travel - Girls Wrestling Tournament Overnight Travel to Corona High School in Corona, CA on December 27-28, 2019.
Speaker:
G. Williams
Rationale:
3 coaches, 2 wrestlers, coach Robert Tabarez, Coach Gilbert Panela, coach Francisco Salais, Female Chaperone: TBD One of the top Wrestling Tournaments in the state Will allow for the 2 female wrestler's to gain experience and wrestle a variety of other females in their weight class. Allow for college coaches to scout them for potential scholarships to college. It will allow them to gain points towards CIF state qualifications.
 
Financial Impact:
Funding: Athletics Tournament Entry Fee: $35 x 2 = $70, Athletics Hotel: 3 rooms / 1 night $160 x 3 rooms = $480, Athletics Transportation: 1 District Van (185 miles one way x 2 = 370 x .50 = $185 Athletics Meals: Wrestling Club
Attachments:
Corona High School Wrestling Tourney
I.14. Travel - Varsity Boys & Girls Wrestling Teams to Attend the CIF State Championships on February 26-29, 2020 at Bakersfield, Rabobank Arena.
Speaker:
G. Williams
Rationale:
6 coaches, 8 wrestlers, coach Robert Tabarez, Coach Gilbert Panela, Coach Francisco Salais, Coach Luis Rubio, Coach Nathanial Tabarez, Coach Pablo Virgen (1 of the wrestlers is Karen Salais who placed 6th in girls CIF State Wrestling Last year) Female Chaperone: TBD CIF State Championships Will allow for the wrestlers to gain experience and wrestle a variety of other wrestlers in their weight class. Allow for college coaches to scout them for potential scholarships to college. It will allow them to compete amongst the top wrestlers across the state of California It will allow them the opportunity to compete at a higher level and gain a spot for CIF championships
 
Financial Impact:
Funding: Athletics Ticket Admission Charges- $14/$15 per session x 1 (female chaperone- AD Ms. Rodriguez)/per day & per session= $60.00 (Athletics) Lodging Hotel- 4 rooms per night $149 x 5 rooms = $745.00 x 4 nights = $2,920.00 (Athletics) Transportation- 2 Districts Vans (334 miles one-way x 2= 668 x 0.50=$334.00 (Athletics) Meals- (Athletics/Wrestling Club)
Attachments:
CIF State boys.girls
I.15. Travel - Girls Wrestling Tournament Overnight Travel to Ayala High School in Chino Hills, CA. on January 7-8, 2020.
Speaker:
G. Williams
Rationale:
3 coaches, 2 wrestlers, coach Robert Tabarez, Coach Gilbert Panela, Coach Francisco Salais, Female Chaperone: TBD One of the Top Wrestling Tournaments in the state Will allow for the 2 female wrestlers to gain experience and wrestle a variety of other females in their weight class. Allow for college coaches to scout them for potential scholarships to college. It will allow them to gain points towards CIF state qualifications.
 
Financial Impact:
Funding: Athletics & ASB wrestling Club Tournament Entry Fee $30 X 2 athletes = $60 (Athletics) Hotel= 3 rooms/1-night $150 x 3 rooms = $450.00 Transportation = 1 Districts Vans (196 miles one-way x 2= 392x 0.50=$196.00 (Athletics) Meals = (Wrestling Club)
Attachments:
Ayala HS Info.
I.16. Travel - CHS Students to Compete at the First Robotics Competition 2020 in Costa Mesa, CA from March 30 to April 4, 2020.
Speaker:
Gabrielle Williams
Rationale:
The FIRST Robotics Competition is an exciting, nationwide competition which inspires young people to solve an engineering design problem in an intense and competitive way. In a collaborative setting, students will utilize their critical thinking skills, creativity to build a robot using the engineering design model. During the competition, students will continue to analyze and adapt their robot to accomplish the given tasks. FIRST Robotics allows students to engage in projects based learning in a STEM environment.
 
Financial Impact:
Approximately $8000 for 10 students and 3 teachers Students are attempting to raise funds so that 10 additional students may attend.
Attachments:
First Robotics Competition 2020
J. INFORMATION ITEMS
J.1. Superintendent's Report
J.2. Measure V Update
J.2.A. Master Facilities Plan Update
Speaker:
John Dominguez
J.3. Association Comments (ACT/CSEA)
J.4. Insurance Committee
ROP Committee
Safety Committee

J.5. Accounts Payable Pre-list.
Speaker:
Cesar Vega, Asst. Supt. of Business Services
Rationale:
List of Accounts payed from 10/07/19 to 11/12/19
 
Attachments:
Accounts Payable Pre-List 10/07/19 to 10/29/19
Accounts Payable Pre-List 10/22/19 to 11/05/19
Accounts Payable Pre-list 10/28/19 to 11/12/19
J.6. Board Reports-These are informational reports by board members. No action is taken.
K. DISCUSSION/POSSIBLE ACTION
K.1. Approval of Bylaws & Resolution to Establish the Board Advisory Committee on School Construction.
Speaker:
Cesar Vega, Asst. Supt. of Business Services
Attachments:
Board Advisory Committee on School Construction Bylaws
Resolution to Establish the Board Advisory Committee
L. ACTION ITEMS - Consideration & action/approval of the following items:
L.1. Agreement Between Calexico Unified School District and Oakview Constructors, Inc. for the Calexico High School Modular Buildings Site & Modular Building Improvements Project.
Speaker:
Cesar L. Vega, Asst. Supt. of Business Services
Rationale:
On the regular Board meeting of October 24, 2019, the Board of Education awarded the CHS Modular Buildings Site & Modular Building Improvements project to Oakview Constructors, Inc. The projects requires that the Board of Education approve the agreement between CUSD and Oakview in order to issue the Notice to Proceed.
 
Financial Impact:
Measure V: $7,458,000
Attachments:
Agreement
L.2. Agreement between Calexico Unified District & Houghton Mifflin Harcourt to Conduct a Pilot of their Next Generation Science Standards Curriculum for Grades 7th & 8th.
Speaker:
Christine Colunga
Rationale:
This is an agreement between Calexico Unified School District and Houghton Mifflin Harcourt to conduct a pilot of their Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) curriculum. The California HMH Science Dimensions for seventh and eighth grades will be piloted at Enrique Camarena and William Moreno Junior High School during the school year of 2019-2020. The company will provide professional development, teacher manuals, student workbooks, pilot equipment kits, digital access and online resources for all participants. There will be no fiscal impact in the piloting of the curriculum.
 
Attachments:
CA HMH Pilot Agreement_Calexico USD
L.3. Agreement Between Calexico Unified School District and 806 Technologies for the Use of Title I Crate to Store Documents for Compliance Monitoring.
Speaker:
Brisa Huerta-Price
Rationale:
Due to the amounts of categorical funding received, Calexico Unified School District has been and will continue to be reviewed for compliance by CDE every two years. We will begin gathering needed documentation on a yearly basis at the site and district level, storing the documents on Title I Crate, to ensure advance preparation for compliance monitoring. Title I Crate mirrors the CDE Monitoring Tool (CMT) and allows FPM Review lead at the district office to review and request needed documents. This will also ease periods of transition when new administrators are employed at school sites or district and need access documents from previous years. It includes professional development for site and district administrators and support staff that will be uploading documents.
 
Financial Impact:
$7,500 to be paid by Title I
Attachments:
Quote 806 Technologies
L.4. Agreement between the Calexico Unified School District and Crystal Chavez for Professional Development Services for a Series of Professional Development Days on Social Emotional Learning.
Speaker:
Lucio Padilla Jr.
Rationale:
This training will be a great complement to the series of professional learning provided to our Educational Technology Academies. This training is in accordance with our districts interests in providing a Muti-Tiered System of Support and an alignment of district goals. Presenter's Bio: Crystal Villegas is an Elementary teacher at Compass Charter Schools, in her 13th year of teaching Prek- 12th grade students. She is passionate about teaching the whole child and incorporating solid research backed practices of social emotional learning to schools, homes, and communities. She served on the steering committee for the Social Emotional Learning Alliance for California and as a Board Member of Inland Area CUE.
 
Financial Impact:
$1,275 per day, inclusive of all travel related costs. Total of: $5,100 Funding: LCAP
Attachments:
Consultant Agreement-Crystal Chavez
L.5. Agreement between the Calexico Unified School District and Martin Cisneros for Professional Development Services on January 26, 2020.
Speaker:
Lucio Padilla Jr.
Rationale:
The morning session of this workshop will focus on serving the Digital Learning Academy with a primary focus on the use of Adobe and MacBooks to foster a creative and collaborative culture with an emphasis on Design Thinking. The afternoon session will include district leaders from across all sites to focus on digital storytelling. This will include advance tools and strategies that will complement district efforts in maximizing the effectiveness of our district communication tool, Constant Contact. Presenter's Bio: Martin Cisneros (@TheTechProfe | TheTechProfe.com) is a Santa Clara COE Academic Technology Specialist, GeekDad, TechJedi, SuperMariachi, modern learning educational speaker and edtech consultant! In his position at the Santa Clara County Office of Education, Martin develops and facilitates professional learning on the most current educational trends for the purpose of improving teaching and learning through innovative processes. He has developed many blended curricular programs some of which have been adopted by districts, universities, and others that have been rolled out country-wide. Martin has experience teaching students and professionals at all levels including elementary, secondary, and higher education while working in the US, Canada, and Mexico. Martin has a master’s degree in Educational Leadership and is also a Google Certified Innovator, Google Certified Trainer, Bilingual ELL Conference Speaker, Apple Teacher, CUE Professional Lead Learner/Rockstar Teacher Faculty/B.O.L.D. Faculty, CUE Technology Leaders Network Lead, Leading Edge Professional Developer/Online & Blended Educator/Digital Educator/Professional Learning Leader, Common Sense Media Educator, Krause Center for Innovation Professional Facilitator, CISC California Digital Learning Collaborative (CA DLC), and an (ISTE) International Society for Technology in Education Social Media Ambassador. He has served as an educational technology consultant for various counties nationwide. Martin has spent years as a teacher, curriculum coach, K-8 administrator, professional development coordinator, English Language Learner regional coordinator, technology director, and a technology integration specialist for various school districts in California. He presents at various local, regional, statewide and nationwide educational conferences on ways to support blended and innovating teaching and learning.
 
Financial Impact:
$3,500 Funding: LCAP
Attachments:
Consultant Agreement-Martin Cisneros
L.6. Memorandum of Understanding Between Heffernan Memorial Healthcare District & Calexico Unified School District for Distribution of Health Related Program Information.
Speaker:
Cesar Vega, Asst. Supt. of Business
Rationale:
Heffernan Memorial and Calexico Unified School District will co-operate in the distribution of information of Heffernan Memorial's health related programs to CUSD students and parents in the attempt to improve health, safety and quality of life for Calexico students and residents.
 
Attachments:
Heffernan MOU
L.7. Approval of Nielsen Construction Change Order for Site Plumbing to Provide the Utilities to Supply Water & Sewer to Classroom Number Eight at Calexico High School.
Speaker:
Cesar L. Vega, Asst. Supt. of Business Services
Rationale:
Change Order addresses the scope necessary for trenching and installation of a water line stub out to connect to the new sink being installed in classroom 8, art room. The proposed sink install is to address a Williams Complaint.
 
Financial Impact:
Funding: General Maintenance Fund Change order Total: $18,559.15
Attachments:
Site Plumbing Change Order Contract
L.8. Variable Term Waiver 2019-2020 School Year for Humberto Felix, Jr.
Speaker:
Brian J. Thurman Ed.D., Assistant Superintendent
Rationale:
The individual listed below is being employed on the basis of a Variable Term Waiver for a Certificate of Completion of Staff Development (CCSD) which authorizes him to teach Specially Designated Academic Instruction Delivered in English (SDAIE) to English Learners (EL) within the subject matter content and grade level of his prerequisite credential. There are no objections by the District and/or its Administrators to employ this individual for the 2019-2020 school year: Humberto Felix, Jr.; CTE Public Service Instructor; Aurora High School; Grades: 9-12
 
L.9. District Level Title I Plan 2019-20.
Speaker:
Brisa Huerta-Price
Rationale:
We are required to present to our governing board current district level planning documents that reflect current programs. Based on the data collected and analyzed from sources such as the California Department of Education Website CAASPP Test Results for English Language Arts/Literacy and Math, California Healthy Kids Survey, California School Parent Survey, California School Staff Survey, our site walk-throughs and teacher surveys, our district wide professional development will focus on Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) to address student academic, behavioral and socio-emotional needs. We will also provide professional development around strategies within the Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) College Readiness System; English Learner Support, Academic Discourse, Writing across content areas and Growth Mindset.
 
Attachments:
Title I Plan 2019-20
L.10. Approval of the Special Education Community Advisory Committee.
Speaker:
Dennis Price
Rationale:
A Special Education Community Advisory Committee (CAC) is a voluntary committee comprised of District stakeholders. The CAC reviews our Special Education Local Planning Agency’s (SELPA) Advisory Plan. CAC meetings are held four times per year. CUSD’s CAC will be comprised of the following members: Antonio Solis; Jesse Grijalva; Donna Armenti; Yulil Alonso-Garza; Mariano Velez III; Priscilla Beltran; Fernanda Flores; Samuel Gutierrez. Attached is the Imperial County Special Education Local Plan area memo.
 
Attachments:
Community Advisory Committee Memo
L.11. Resolution Authorizing Contract for Purchase of School Bus Pursuant to Public Contract Code Section 20118 (Piggyback Statute").
Speaker:
Cesar Vega, Asst. Superintendent of Business
Rationale:
District staff is recommending the Board to authorize staff to proceed with the purchase of one (1) new bus from A-Z Bus Sales, Inc. ("Vendor") utilizing: (i) the Carl Moyer Memorial Air quality Standards Attainment Program - Community Air Protection Program grant; and (ii) Imperial County Air Pollution Control District Clean Air Trust Fund grant. Vendor entered into an agreement with Waterford Unified School District for the purchase of school buses ("Vehicle") under Bid #01/17 ("Piggyback Contract"). The Piggyback Contract includes provisions pursuant to Public Contract Code section 20118 allowing other public agencies, including the District, to purchase the Vehicle pursuant to the same terms and conditions of the Piggyback Contract. Under the authority of the Piggyback Statutes, the District will avail itself of the terms of the Piggyback Contract by entering into an Agreement Incorporating Piggyback Contract with Vendor for the purchase of the desired Vehicle.
 
Financial Impact:
$420,446.73 General Fund
Attachments:
Agreement Incorporating Piggyback Contract
Piggyback Resolution A-Z Bus Sales
L.12. Resolution regarding Disposition of Surplus Asset/Non-Asset Student Furniture and Refrigerators at Mains Elementary.
Speaker:
Cesar Vega, Asst. Supt. of Business
Rationale:
Student Furniture and Refrigerators are antiquated and unserviceable. Therefore, surplus is recommended for recycling.
 
Financial Impact:
None to report
Attachments:
MS - Student Furniture & Fridges Resolution 11.21.19
MS - Student Furniture & fridges Surplus List 11.21.19
L.13. Resolution Regarding Disposition of Surplus Asset/Non-Asset Office Furniture at the District Office.
Speaker:
Cesar Vega, Asst. Supt. of Business
Rationale:
Office Furniture listed is antiquated and unserviceable. Therefore, surplus is recommended for recycling.
 
Financial Impact:
none to report
Attachments:
DO - Office Furniture Surplus List 11.21.19
DO - Office Furniture Surplus Resolution 11.21.19
L.14. Resolution Regarding Disposition of Surplus Asset/Non-Asset Technology Equipment at Mains Elementary.
Speaker:
Cesar Vega, Asst. Supt. of Business
Rationale:
Technology Equipment listed is antiquated and unserviceable. Therefore, surplus is recommended for Recycling.
 
Financial Impact:
None to report
Attachments:
MS - IT Equipment Resolution 11.21.19
MS - IT Equipment Surplus List 11.21.19
L.15. Resolution regarding Disposition of Surplus Asset/Non-Asset Kitchen Equipment at Enrique Camarena Jr. High.
Speaker:
Cesar Vega, Asst. Supt. of Business
Rationale:
Kitchen equipment listed is antiquated and unserviceable. Therefore, surplus is recommended for recycling.
 
Financial Impact:
None to report
Attachments:
EC - Kitchen Equipment Resolution 11.21.19
EC - Kitchen Equipment Surplus List 11.21.19
L.16. Resolution Regarding Disposition of Surplus Asset/Non-Asset of Technology Equipment at Calexico High School 9th Grade Campus.
Speaker:
Cesar Vega, Asst. Supt. of Business
Rationale:
Technology Equipment listed is antiquated and unserviceable. Therefore, surplus is recommended for recycling.
 
Financial Impact:
none to report
Attachments:
CHS9 - IT Equipment Surplus List 11.21.19
CHS9 - IT Equipment Surplus Resolution 11.21.19
L.17. Resolution Awarding Bid and Contract for Fleet Vehicles.
Speaker:
Carlos R. Gonzales, Superintendent
Rationale:
The District staff is recommending the Board award the bid to the lowest responsive, responsible bidder for the provision of four (4) 2020 Ford 250 Trucks w/ladder ("Fleet Vehicles"). The District issued a bid for the fleet vehicles and one (1) bid was submitted. Robinson Ford Sales, Inc. ("Bidder") submitted a bid to provide the fleet vehicles for $133,906.60
 
Financial Impact:
$133,906.60 Funding Source:M&O General Fund
Attachments:
Resolution Awarding Bid & Contract for Fleet Vehicles
L.18. First Reading of Revised Board Policy 9110-Terms of Office.
Speaker:
Carlos R. Gonzales, Superintendent
Rationale:
Bylaw updated to reflect New Law (AB 2449) which changes the commencement of the term of office of board members from the first Friday in December following the election to the second Friday in December.
 
Attachments:
BB 9110-Terms of Office Revised
L.19. Certificated Employment Report.
Speaker:
Brian J. Thurman Ed.D., Assistant Superintendent
Attachments:
Certificated Employment Report
L.20. Classified Employment Report.
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. ADJOURNMENT
Disability Information:
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Published: November 18, 2019, 4:16 PM

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