Turlock Unified School District (TUSD) Meeting Agenda 03-01-11

View the Turlock Unified School District (TUSD) Meeting Agenda for Tuesday, March 1, 2011 at 6:00pm.

Turlock Unified School District
Meeting Agenda
Tuesday, March 1, 2011
Turlock High School
Performance Arts Building
1600 East Canal Drive
Turlock, California
Frank Lima, President
Loren Holt, Clerk
Eileen Hamilton
John C. Sims
Bob Weaver
Josh Bernard
Tami Muniz
Community members have two opportunities to address the Board of Trustees.
If you wish to address the Board on an agenda item, please do so when that item is called. The start times are only an estimate and items may be considered in a different order. Presentations will be limited to a maximum of three (3) minutes. Time limitations are at the discretion of the President of the Board.
Individuals have an opportunity to address the Board during the Period for Public Discussion on topics within the subject matter jurisdiction of the Board not listed on this agenda. Presentations will be limited to a maximum of three (3) minutes, with a total of thirty (30) minutes designated for this portion of the agenda. Individuals with questions on school district issues may submit them in writing. The Board will automatically refer requests to the Superintendent.
Estimated Agenda Timeline:













          a. Call Public Session to Order    









          b. Roll Call    















          a. Public Comment    


          (If the Board does not complete Closed Session items by 6:30 p.m., it will reconvene after the Regular Board meeting.)
A.  Identification of Closed Session Topics
B.  Public Comment Period Regarding Closed Session Items







          a. The Board of Trustees will convene in Closed Session in the Turlock High School Performing Arts Building regarding:     


1. Conference with Real Property Negotiators – Government Code Section 54956.8
Properties:             APN#042-037-004 and APN#042-022-83
District Negotiator:  Dr. Sonny H. Da Marto
Negotiating Parties: City of Turlock
Under Negotiation:   Potential Terms of Purchase
2. Conference With Labor Negotiators — Government Code Section 54957.6

District Designated Representatives: Mike Trainor, Assistant Superintendent 


Human Resources; Lori Decker, Chief Financial Officer; and Heidi Lawler,
Director of Human Resources.
Employee Organizations:  Turlock Teachers Association (TTA),
California School Employees Association (CSEA),
Turlock Classified American Federation of Teachers (TC-AFT), and

Unrepresented Employees (Classified Management, Certificated District   


and Site Administration, Confidential Employees, and Student Support Personnel).







          a. Report action taken in Closed Session (if any)    






          b. Inspiration: Callie Pickering, a student from Earl Elementary School, will provide the Inspiration for the meeting.    






          c. Flag Salute: Jonah Kosakiewicz and Kaleigh Mills, students from Earl Elementary School, will provide the flag salute for the meeting.    






          d. Turlock Unified School District Mission Statement    






          e. Roll Call    









          a. Motion by ________, Seconded by __________ that the agenda for the meeting be approved.      (V) 









          a. Presentations will be limited to a maximum of three (3) minutes per person, with a total of thirty (30) minutes designated for this portion of the agenda.    (D) 


Board Reports
Superintendent Report
Legislative Report
Staff Reports
Student Representative Reports










          a. Upcoming Items of Interest and Board Meeting schedule:    


1.  Thursday, March 3, 2011 — Pitman High School Frosh Orientation — 6:30 p.m.
2.  Tuesday, March 8, 2011 — Board Tour — 8:30 a.m.
3.  Tuesday, March 8, 2011 — Walnut Elementary Education Center Lottery — 5:00 p.m.
4. Tuesday, March 15, 2011 – 6:30 p.m. – Turlock Unified School District Board of Trustees Meeting – Turlock High School Performing Arts Building.
5.  District Music Festival dates:  March 21, 22, 23, 24, 2011 – 7:00 p.m., Pitman High School.







          a. Presentations will be limited to a maximum of three (3) minutes per person, with a total of thirty (30) minutes designated for this portion of the agenda.     









          a. *Approval of February 15, 2011 Board Meeting Minutes (Item 1)      (C) 






          b. Acceptance of Donations: (Item 2)      (C) 


          – A donation from Joe Moitoso, Turlock Fitness, of twenty aerobic benches to be utilized for the Pitman High School aerobic program at an approximate donor appraised value of $1,000.00.







          c. *Approval of a new California Department of Education Program whereby TUSD Child Nutrition Director Scott Soiseth, representing the Central Valley Region, will serve as an Ambassador to the State to implement the new Stepping Up to the Challenge: Creating a Healthy School Environment Project. (Item 3)      (C) 









          d. Approval of Student Expulsions: TUSD-43/2010-2011, TUSD-45/2010-2011, TUSD-46/2010-2011, TUSD-47/2010-2011, TUSD-48/2010-2011, TUSD-49/2010-2011(Item 4)      (C) 









          e. Approval of Official Readmits from Expulsion 1. Readmit from expulsion Student Expulsion Case No. TUSD-48/2009-2010. (Item 5)      (C) 









          f. *Approval of Change Order #02 for the Joe Debely Stadium Renovation Project with Roebbelen Contracting, Inc. (Item 6)      (C) 









          g. *Approval of the financial reports for the period of 01/01/11 through 01/31/11. (Item 7)      (C) 









          h. *Approval of Agreement for a new Food Service Management Point of Sale software system called NUTRIKids with LunchByte Systems, Inc. (Item 8)      (C) 









          i. *Approval of the Clinical Practicum Agreement with CSU Northridge effective 2011 through 2014 for Speech Language Pathology.(Item 9)      (C)                                               



          j. *Approval of Certificated Personnel Report, with Addendums (if any) (Item 10)      (C) 






          k. *Approval of Classified Personnel Report, with Addendums (if any) (Item 11)      (C) 






          l. It is recommended the Board of Trustees approve the Consent Calendar, as presented. Motion __________, Seconded by __________ Roll call vote: Ayes ___ Noes ___ Abstention ___ Absent ___      (V) 









          a. (Action)*Resolution No. 14/2010-2011: Week of the School Administrator (Da Marto) (Item 12)      (V) 



          It is recommended the Board of Trustees adopt Resolution No. 14/2010-2011    


designating March 6-12, 2011 as Week of the School Administrator.
Motion by ____________________,  Seconded by ________________________.
Student Representative Preferential vote:  ___________
Roll call vote: Ayes _______  Noes ________  Abstention _______  Absent _____







          b. (Action)*2011 CSBA Delegate Assembly Election (Da Marto)(Item 13)      (V) 


          Enclosed in the supporting documents is information regarding candidates for the 2011 CSBA Delegate Assembly.  There are two vacancies in Subregion 8-C (Stanislaus County). The Board of Trustees may collectively cast two votes for two candidates.  The ballot also contains a provision for write-in candidates.  The names of the newly elected delegates will be published on the CSBA website by April 1, 2011.
It is recommended the Board of Trustees cast a ballot for no more than two candidates to sit on the 2011 CSBA Delegate Assembly for Subregion 8-C (Stanislaus County).
Candidate(s):  ________________________
Motion by ______________________, Seconded by________________________







          a. (Information) *Budget Reduction Recommendations from the Budget Advisory Committee (Decker/Gordon) (Item 14)      (D) 


          Recommended reductions to the District’s 2011-12 budget from the District’s Budget Advisory Committee will be presented to the Board of Trustees by the Chairperson, Barney Gordon.







          b. (Information) *2011-12 Budget Assumptions (Decker) (Item 15)      (D) 


          A preliminary review of the budget assumptions that will be used in the preparation of the 2011-2012 District Budget. These assumptions are for revenue, staffing and other expenditure areas of the budget and are developed after the release of the Governor’s State Budget proposal as a step in the budget process.







          c. (Information) *General Education Budget Report (Decker)(Item 16)      (D) 


          Administration will present information regarding the General Education Budget Report.

          XII.  7:52 pm BUSINESS SERVICES  






          a. (Action) Approve Guaranteed GMP and Calendar Days for eCademy at Crane Modernization and Renovation Project (Felt) (Item 17)      (V) 


          It is recommended the Board of Trustees approve the Guaranteed Maximum Price(GMP) and calendar days submitted by ACME Construction for the eCademy at Crane Modernization and Renovation Project as presented.
Motion by ____________________,  Seconded by _____________________.
Student Representative Preferential vote:  ___________






          a. Motion by ________, Seconded by_______ that the meeting be adjourned.      (V)

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