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The next regular meeting of the Governing Board of the William S. Hart Union High School District is Wednesday, July 18 at the Administrative Center, 21380 Centre Pointe Parkway, Santa Clarita 91350.

The meeting is set to start at 7 p.m. and will be preceded by a closed session starting at 6.

The meeting will include a Regular Meeting of the Wm. S. Hart Joint School Financing Authority.

The complete agenda follows:

PLEASE NOTE: This meeting will include a Regular Meeting of the Wm. S. Hart Joint School Financing Authority, and the Governing Board will also act as the Legislative Body for Community Facilities Districts during items X-A-1 through X-A-6.

I. Call to Order
I.A. Roll Call and Establishment of Quorum
II. First Closed Session
II.A. Public Comments for Closed Session Items

Quick Summary / Abstract:
A member of the audience may address the Board on items listed in Closed Session by completing a Speaker Card. Please use the microphone and state your name and location of residence. No action will be taken at this time, and the Board President will limit comment time to 2 (two) minutes. If you wish to speak regarding an item not appearing on the Closed Session agenda, please make your comments during the Public Session (see below).
II.B. First Closed Session Items
II.B.1. Settlement Agreement No. 17/18-11SE (per Government Code Section 54956.9)

Quick Summary / Abstract:
Action to be taken on Settlement Agreement No. 17/18-11SE.  Documentation is confidential and maintained in District files.
II.B.2. Settlement Agreement No. 17/18-12SA (per Government Code Section 54956.9)

Quick Summary / Abstract:
Action to be taken on Settlement Agreement No. 17/18-12SA. Documentation is confidential and maintained in District files.
II.B.3. Public Employee Appointment/Discipline/Dismissal/Release/Reassignment/Non-reelection (per Government Code Section 54957)

Quick Summary / Abstract:
Public employee appointment/discipline/dismissal/release/reassignment/non-reelection.
II.B.4. Conference with Labor Negotiator: Michael Vierra – Negotiations with Hart District Teachers Association (per Government Code Section 54957.6)

Quick Summary / Abstract:
Negotiations with Hart District Teachers Association.
II.B.5. Conference with Labor Negotiator: Michael Vierra – Negotiations with California School Employees Association Chapter 349 (per Government Code Section 54957.6) 

Quick Summary / Abstract:
Negotiations with California School Employees Association.
II.B.6. Appointment of High School Assistant Principal (per Government Code Section 54957)

Quick Summary / Abstract:
Consideration of appointment of high school assistant principal.
II.B.7. Appointment of Sequoia School Principal (per Government Code Section 54957)

Quick Summary / Abstract:
Consideration of appointment of Sequoia School principal.
II.B.8. Appointment of Director of Transportation (per Government Code Section 54957)

Quick Summary / Abstract:
Consideration of appointment of Director of Transportation.
II.C. Reconvene to Public Session
III. Conduct a Regular Meeting of the William S. Hart Joint School Finance Authority
III.A. Call to Order
III.B. Roll Call and Establishment of Quorum
III.C. Approval of Agenda
III.D. Approval of Minutes

Quick Summary / Abstract:
Minutes of the Special Meeting of June 13, 2018, presented for approval.
Recommended Motion:
Approve the minutes of the William S. Hart Joint School Finance Authority Special Meeting of June 13, 2018.
Attachments:
JSFA Minutes – Special Meeting – 6/13/18
III.E. Public Comments

Quick Summary / Abstract:
Members of the public who wish to make comment to the Board of Directors of the William S. Hart Joint School Financing Authority are invited to identify themselves and may present comments at this time. Under the requirements of State law, the Board cannot take action on items not identified on the agenda and will not make decisions on such matters. Individual speakers shall be allowed to speak for two minutes on any agenda item.
III.F. Resolution No. JSFA 18/19-1 – Resolution of the Board of Directors of the William S. Hart Joint School Financing Authority Authorizing the Issuance, Sale and Delivery of Lease Revenue Bonds, Series 2018, in the Not-to-exceed Amount of $24,000,000

Speaker:
Ralph Peschek, Chief Financial Officer
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Adoption of Resolution No. JSFA 18/19-1 authorizing the issuance, sale and delivery of lease revenue bonds, series 2018 in the not-to-exceed amount of $24,000,000.
Rationale:
Pursuant to the provisions of California law, the William S. Hart Union High School District (“School District”) previously entered into a Joint Exercise of Powers Agreement between the School District and Community Facilities District No. 88-4 of the William S. Hart Union High School District (“CFD No. 88-4”) to form the William S. Hart Joint School Financing Authority (“Authority”). The Authority acts as a joint powers authority under the provisions of California law, to assist the School District, and various community facilities districts formed by the School District, in the financing and refinancing of public school facilities and supporting infrastructure.

School District staff has identified a funding need in order to complete various capital facilities projects to be completed over the course of the next two years. Based on available special tax revenues generated by various community facilities districts formed by the School District it is proposed to issue Lease Revenue Bonds through the Authority in order to generate construction funds to complete those projects. Resolution No. JSFA 18/19-1 (“Resolution”) authorizes the issuance and sale of not to exceed $24,000,000 of Lease Revenue Bonds of the Authority (“2018 Bonds”) and takes various related actions.

The 2018 Bonds will be secured through a lease/leaseback arrangement between the School District and the Authority (the West Ranch High School site is expected to be utilized as the leased premises). Resolution No. JSFA 18/19-1 approves the underlying lease agreements that provide the lease payments which would be used to pay the debt service on 2018 Bonds. While the School District’s General Fund will be pledged to the payment of the underlying Lease Payments payable under the terms of the Lease Agreement, the transaction will be structured such that the Lease Payments will be made from available special tax revenues from the School District’s community facilities districts without an impact on the General Fund. The 2018 Bonds will be issued pursuant to the provisions of a Trust Agreement which is being provided to the members of the Authority’s Board of Directors (“Board”) as part of their consideration of this proposed financing transaction.

Under the provisions of Resolution No. JSFA 18/19-1, the 2018 Bonds are proposed to be sold by a negotiated sale to the Underwriter (proposed to be Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, Incorporated). The proposed forms of the Bond Purchase Agreement and the Continuing Disclosure Certificate relating to the 2018 Bonds are being provided to the Authority Board members for their review and consideration as part of the authorization for issuance and sale of the 2018 Bonds. The Bond Purchase Agreement and Continuing Disclosure Certificate are presented in draft form and will be finalized during the process for the issuance and sale of the 2018 Bonds. The Bond Purchase Agreement sets out the terms under which the 2018 Bonds would be sold to the Underwriter by the Authority and includes factual representations that the Underwriter is required to confirm in order to consummate a valid purchase of the 2018 Bonds. Authority to approve the final form of the Bond Purchase Agreement and the terms of the 2018 Bonds are delegated to the referenced Authority officers under the terms of Resolution No. JSFA 18/19-1, upon consultation with the financing consultants. The Continuing Disclosure Certificate is a document which will be delivered by the Authority to comply with federal ongoing disclosure requirements. Those requirements apply to the 2018 Bonds and require that the Authority, (through a Dissemination Agent – initially Cooperative Strategies, LLC), annually provide certain information relating to the 2018 Bonds to investors and potential investors.

A Preliminary Official Statement, which will be utilized by the Underwriter to market the 2018 Bonds, has been prepared by the Authority’s Disclosure Counsel (Jones Hall). The Preliminary Official Statement includes information concerning the 2018 Bonds, the Authority, the School District and relative financial information. Copies of the current draft of the Preliminary Official Statement are being provided to the Authority Board members for their review and consideration as part of the approval of Resolution No. JSFA 18/19-1.  Comments or questions concerning matters or information in the Preliminary Official Statement should be directed to School District staff or the Authority’s Disclosure Counsel.

With the enactment of Senate Bill 1029 (“SB 1029”) in 2016, public agencies (including school districts and joint powers entities) that issue securities are required to adopt debt management policies. The Authority Board has previously adopted the Authority’s Debt Management Policies to satisfy the requirements of SB 1029. These Debt Management Policies will be applicable to the 2018 Bonds.

Under the requirements of State Law, financing transactions which involve the lease of public school district real property are required to provide certain information to the applicable County Office of Education for review in advance of approval of the transaction. The Los Angeles County Office of Education was provided with the required information and the Office’s commentary letter is attached.

The School District and the Authority will be represented by Cooperative Strategies, LLC, as Financial Adviser and Special Tax/Revenue Consultant, and Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo as Bond Counsel and Jones Hall as Disclosure Counsel with respect to the issuance, sale and delivery of the 2018 Bonds. The School District has utilized the services of these consultants on past successful financing transactions. All documents for the issuance and sale of the 2018 Bonds will be prepared or reviewed by the Financial Adviser, Bond Counsel and/or District Disclosure Counsel.

Additional financial information concerning the issuance of the 2018 Bonds has been provided by the Financial Adviser, and is attached to Resolution No. JSFA 18/19-1 as Exhibit “A,” for the Authority Board’s consideration.

List of Provided Documents:

  • Resolution No. JSFA 18/19-1
  • Trust Agreement
  • Site Lease
  • Lease Agreement
  • Assignment Agreement
  • Agency Agreement
  • Preliminary Official Statement
  • Continuing Disclosure Certificate
  • Bond Purchase Agreement
  • Los Angeles County Office of Education letter (satisfaction of Education Code requirements)
Financial Impact:
All costs to issue and sell the 2018 Bonds will be funded through the 2018 Bond proceeds. The net construction proceeds of the 2018 Bonds will be utilized by the Authority, through the School District, to fund designated capital projects of the School District.
Recommended Motion:
Based on the desire of the School District to provide financing for various capital projects, and the information provided, it is recommended that the Authority Board adopt Resolution No. JSFA 18/19-1.
Attachments:
2018 LRB Agency Agreement
2018 LRB Assignment Agreement
2018 LRB Bond Purchase Contract
2018 LRB Lease Agreement
2018 LRB Preliminary Official Statement
2018 LRB Site Lease Agreement
2018 LRB Trust Agreement
Continuing Disclosure Cert
LACOE Letter
Resolution No. JSFA 18/19-1 2018 LRB Approving Financing & Lease
III.G. Adjournment
IV. Organization
IV.A. Report of First Closed Session Action
IV.B. Re-Establishment of Quorum
IV.C. Pledge of Allegiance
IV.D. Approval of Agenda
IV.E. Approval of Minutes
IV.E.1. Approval of Minutes – Regular Meeting of June 13, 2018

Quick Summary / Abstract:
Minutes of the Regular Meeting of  June 13, 2018, presented for approval.
Recommended Motion:
Approve the minutes of the Regular Meeting of June 13, 2018.
Attachments:
Minutes – Regular Meeting – June 13, 2018
IV.E.2. Approval of Minutes – Special Meeting of June 20, 2018

Quick Summary / Abstract:
Minutes of the Special Meeting of June 20, 2018, presented for approval.
Recommended Motion:
Approve the minutes of the Special Meeting of June 20, 2018.
Attachments:
Minutes – Special Meeting – June 20, 2018
V. Communications
V.A. Board Member Reports
V.B. Employee Association Leadership
V.B.1. Hart District Teachers Association (HDTA) President Jayme Allsman
V.B.2. California School Employees Association (CSEA) Chapter 349 President Kathy Hefferon
VI. Special Items
VI.A. Appointment of High School Assistant Principal

Speaker:
Michael Vierra, Assistant Superintendent, Human Resources
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Staff will present a candidate for the position of High School Assistant Principal.
Financial Impact:
Appropriate placement on the certificated management salary schedule.
Recommended Motion:
Approve candidate presented for the position of  High School Assistant Principal.
VI.B. Appointment of Sequoia School Principal

Speaker:
Michael Vierra, Assistant Superintendent, Human Resources
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Staff will present a candidate for the position of Sequoia School Principal.
Financial Impact:
Appropriate placement on the certificated management salary schedule.
Recommended Motion:
Approve candidate presented for the position of Sequoia School Principal.
VI.C. Appointment of Director of Transportation

Speaker:
Michael Vierra, Assistant Superintendent, Human Resources
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Staff will present a candidate for the position of Director of Transportation.
Financial Impact:
Appropriate placement on the classified management salary schedule.
Recommended Motion:
Approve candidate presented for the Director of Transportation.
VII. Public Comments

Quick Summary / Abstract:
If you wish to address the Governing Board on a topic within the subject matter of its jurisdiction, please complete the Request to Address the Board form and return it to the Secretary to the Board prior to the beginning of the item. Comments regarding the Consent Calendar will be taken during Public Comments. Please use the microphone and state your name and location of residence. No action will be taken on any item not appearing on the agenda, and the Board President will limit your comments to 2 (two) minutes. The President may limit public comment time based on the number of persons who wish to speak.  If you wish to speak regarding an item that appears on the agenda, you will be called upon to make your comments at the time the item is discussed by the Board.
VIII. Discussion Items
VIII.A. Williams Uniform Complaint Quarterly Summary – April 1-June 30, 2018

Speaker:
Mike Kuhlman, Assistant Superintendent, Educational Services
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Education Code 35186 requires all school districts in California to file a Williams Uniform Complaint Quarterly Summary with the Los Angeles County Office of Education and the local Governing Board.  No complaints were filed between April 1-June 30, 2018.
Attachments:
2017/18 Williams Complaints Form 4th Quarter
IX. Action Items
IX.A. Resolution No. 18/19-1 – Approving the William S. Hart Joint School Financing Authority’s Bond Transaction

Speaker:
Ralph Peschek, Chief Financial Officer
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Adoption of Resolution No. 18/19-1 approving the William S. Hart Joint School Financing Authority’s bond transaction.
Rationale:

Pursuant to the provisions of California law, the William S. Hart Union High School District (“School District”) previously entered into a Joint Exercise of Powers Agreement between the School District and Community Facilities District No. 88-4 of the William S. Hart Union High School District (“CFD No. 88-4”) to form the William S. Hart Joint School Financing Authority (“Authority”).  The Authority acts as a joint powers authority under the provisions of California law, to assist the School District, and various community facilities districts formed by the School District, in the financing and refinancing of public school facilities and supporting infrastructure.

School District staff has identified a funding need in order to complete various School District capital facilities projects to be completed over the course of the next two years.  Based on available special tax revenues generated by various community facilities districts formed by the School District it is proposed to issue Lease Revenue Bonds through the Authority in order to generate construction funds to complete those projects.  Resolution No. JSFA 18/19-1 (“Resolution”) authorizes the issuance and sale of not to exceed $24,000,000 of Lease Revenue Bonds of the Authority (“2018 Bonds”) and takes various related actions.

The 2018 Bonds will be secured through a lease/leaseback arrangement between the School District and the Authority (the West Ranch High School site is expected to be utilized as the leased premises).  Resolution No. 18/19-1 approves the underlying lease agreements on behalf of the School District that provide the lease payments which would be used to pay the debt service on 2018 Bonds.  While the School District’s General Fund will be pledged to the payment of the underlying Lease Payments payable under the terms of the Lease Agreement, the transaction will be structured such that the Lease Payments will be made from available special tax revenues from the School District’s community facilities districts without an impact on the General Fund.  The 2018 Bonds will be issued pursuant to the provisions of a Trust Agreement which is being provided to the members of the Authority’s Board of Directors (“Board”) as part of their consideration of this proposed financing transaction.

The 2018 Bonds are proposed to be sold by a negotiated sale to the Underwriter (proposed to be Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, Incorporated).  The Authority Board will be considering a Resolution to authorize the issuance and sale of the 2018 Bonds on July 18, 2018.

A Preliminary Official Statement, which will be utilized by the Underwriter to market the 2018 Bonds, has been prepared by the Authority’s Disclosure Counsel (Jones Hall).  The Preliminary Official Statement includes information concerning the 2018 Bonds, the Authority, the School District and relative financial information.  Copies of the current draft of the Preliminary Official Statement are being provided to the members of the Governing Board for their review and consideration as part of the approval of Resolution No. 18/19-1.  Comments or questions concerning matters or information in the Preliminary Official Statement should be directed to School District staff or the Authority’s Disclosure Counsel.

Under the requirements of State Law financing transactions which involve the lease of public school district real property are required to provide certain information to the applicable County Office of Education for review in advance of approval of the transaction.  The Los Angeles County Office of Education was provided with the required information and the Office’s commentary letter is attached.

The School District and the Authority will be represented by Cooperative Strategies, LLC, as Financial Advisor and Special Tax/Revenue Consultant, and Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo as Bond Counsel and Jones Hall as Disclosure Counsel with respect to the issuance, sale and delivery of the 2018 Bonds.  The School District has utilized the services of these consultants on past successful financing transactions.  All documents for the issuance and sale of the 2018 Bonds will be prepared or reviewed by the Financial Advisor, Bond Counsel and/or District Disclosure Counsel.

Additional financial information concerning the issuance of the 2018 Bonds is also being provided to the Authority Board as part of that body’s consideration of this financing transaction.

List of Provided Documents:

  • Resolution No. 18/19-1
  • Trust Agreement
  • Site Lease
  • Lease Agreement
  • Agency Agreement
  • Preliminary Official Statement
  • Los Angeles County Office of Education letter (satisfaction of Education Code requirements)
Financial Impact:
All costs to issue and sell the 2018 Bonds will be funded through the 2018 Bond proceeds. The net construction proceeds of the 2018 Bonds will be utilized by the Authority, through the School District, to fund designated capital projects of the School District.
Recommended Motion:
Based on the desire of the School District to provide financing for various capital projects, and the information provided, it is recommended that the Governing Board adopt Resolution No. 18/19-1.
Attachments:
Agency Agreement
LACOE Letter
Lease Agreement
Preliminary Official Statement
Res. No. 18/19-1 LRB Approving Financing and Lease
Site Lease
Trust Agreement
IX.B. School Boundary Adjustments for the Housing Development known as Skyline Ranch

Speaker:
Collyn Nielsen, Chief Administrative Officer
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Boundary changes for the housing development known as Skyline Ranch.
Rationale:
The school boundary line for the development known as Skyline Ranch is currently divided between different school site areas.   In order to provide continuity within the neighborhoods, staff is recommending the boundaries be adjusted by moving the portion of the Skyline Ranch development currently within the Arroyo Seco Junior High School and Saugus High School boundaries to the Sierra Vista Junior High School and Canyon High School boundaries.
Recommended Motion:
Approve school boundary changes for Skyline Ranch development.
Attachments:
District Attendance Area Map
Skyline Ranch Development
IX.C. Fee Amendment No. 4 – Division of the State Architect Geotechnical Monitoring and Testing, Special Inspections, and Materials Testing Services for the Saugus High School Auditorium Project (Ninyo & Moore)

Speaker:
Michael Otavka, Director of Facilities, Planning and Construction
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Request for approval of Fee Amendment No. 4 for Division of the State Architect inspection services from Ninyo & Moore for the Saugus High School Auditorium Project.
Rationale:
Ninyo & Moore is submitting a fourth fee amendment request due to their services running longer than anticipated for the final tests needed on the project. The total fee in the attached proposal is intended to cover materials testing and special inspections through the remainder of the project. Ninyo & Moore will only charge the District for time spent on the project. If any funds remain after Ninyo & Moore’s work is complete, those funds remain with the District.
Financial Impact:
$14,974 from Measure SA (Fund 21).
Recommended Motion:
Approve Fee Amendment No. 4 from Ninyo & Moore.
Attachments:
Ninyo & Moore Fee Amendment No. 4
IX.D. Fee Amendment No. 5 – Castaic High School (Ruhnau Clarke Architects)

Speaker:
Michael Otavka, Director of Facilities, Planning and Construction
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Request for approval of Fee Amendment No. 5 from Ruhnau Clarke Architects for additional design services to redesign building 700 east as a dental classroom/lab.
Rationale:

Building 700 on the Castaic High School site was designated to contain career technical education classrooms; however, the specific classroom/laboratory functions had not been determined until recently. In November of last year, the District submitted a funding application to the Office of Public School Construction for a dental classroom/laboratory facility at Castaic High School. The application was approved in May of this year and the District may receive an unfunded approval of $1.16 million in State funding (Proposition 51) toward construction of this dental classroom/lab facility.

For the District to receive the funding, the District must have plans submitted and approved by the Division of the State Architect and submitted to the California Department of Education within 12 months of the Proposition 51 unfunded approval date (May 23, 2018). This fee amendment is for the design and engineering work necessary to re-engineer the current shell space into one open, multi-functional, hands-on dental teaching laboratory, and one dental classroom. Staff recommends approving the attached proposal (Fee Amendment No. 5) from Ruhnau Clarke Architects.

Financial Impact:
$48,500 plus $2,000 in reimbursable expenses from Measure SA (Fund 21).  These expenses will be reimbursed once Proposition 51 funding is received.
Recommended Motion:
Approve Fee Amendment No. 5 from Ruhnau Clarke Architects for additional design services to redesign building 700 east as a dental classroom/lab.
Attachments:
RCA Fee Amendment No. 5
IX.E. Agreement for Reconnecting Solar Arrays at Sierra Vista Junior High School (Rosendin Electric)

Speaker:
Michael Otavka, Director of Facilities, Planning and Construction
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Request for approval of agreement with Rosendin Electric to reconnect solar arrays at Sierra Vista Junior High School.
Rationale:

In April, power to the solar arrays was severed by District contractors on the Sierra Vista Junior High School Classroom Addition project because the main connection for the arrays ran through the project site. To reconnect the solar arrays to the school’s electrical infrastructure, the electrical lines feeding the solar arrays must be re-routed around the construction site.

PFMG Solar owns and operates the solar arrays at all of the District school sites, including the ones at Sierra Vista Junior High School. PFMG Solar is requesting that the District have Rosendin Electric do the reconnection of the solar arrays. By contract, the District must use a contractor chosen by PFMG to do this work. Staff has received the attached cost proposal for the work and recommends approval of the proposal.

Financial Impact:
$ 77,876 from Measure SA (Fund 21).
Recommended Motion:
Approve agreement with Rosendin Electric to reconnect solar arrays st Sierra Vista Junior High School.
Attachments:
Rosendin Proposal
IX.F. Appointment of Measure SA Citizens’ Oversight Committee Member

Speaker:
Collyn Nielsen, Chief Administrative Officer
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Recommendation for appointment to the Measure SA Citizens’ Oversight Committee.
Rationale:
The ad hoc committee, comprised of Board members Mrs. Linda Storli and Mr. Joe Messina, Superintendent Engbrecht, and a member of the public Mr. Carl Goldman, assigned to review applications for the Measure SA Citizens’ Oversight Committee, is recommending appointment of Mr. David Goss to the committee as the representative of a taxpayer organization.
Recommended Motion:
Appoint Mr. David Goss to the Measure SA Citizens’ Oversight Committee.
X. Community Facilities Districts
X.A. Act as Legislative Body of the Listed Community Facilities Districts (CFD): CFD No. 90-1, CFD No. 99-1, CFD No. 2002-1, CFD No. 2004-1, CFD No. 2005-1 and CFD. No. 2015-1

Quick Summary / Abstract:
For agenda items X-A-1 through X-A-7, the Governing Board will act as the Legislative Body of CFD No. 87-1, CFD No. 90-1, CFD No. 99-1, CFD No. 2002-1, CFD No. 2004-1, CFD No. 2005-1 and CFD No. 2015-1.
X.A.1. Resolution No. LB18/19-2 – Approving the 2018/19 Budget, and Levy and Collection of Special Taxes within Community Facilities District No. 90-1

Speaker:
Collyn Nielsen, Chief Administrative Officer
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Consideration and adoption of Resolution No. LB18/19-2 approving the 2018/19 budget, and levy and collection of special taxes within Community Facilities District (CFD) No. 90-1.
Rationale:
In accordance with the Mello-Roos Community Facilities Act of 1982, as amended, the Governing Board previously formed and serves as the Legislative Body of CFD No. 90-1.  The electors within CFD No. 90-1 authorized the levy and collection of special taxes in amounts determined pursuant to the Rate and Method of Apportionment (RMA) for CFD No. 90-1.

The Governing Board, acting as the Legislative Body of CFD No. 90-1, is required to set a budget and authorize the levy and collection of special taxes within the boundaries of CFD No. 90-1 on an annual basis.

Resolution No. LB18/19-2 approves and adopts the attached Administration Report (Exhibit A to Resolution No. LB18/19-2) for CFD No. 90-1, which outlines the financial and administrative obligations and the special taxes proposed to be levied and collected within CFD No. 90-1 for the 2018/19 fiscal year.  All special taxes collected will be used for the purposes for which CFD No. 90-1 was established.

Financial Impact:
Total budget for the 2018/19 fiscal year of $101,495.24, and taxes levied as specified in the attached Administration Report prepared by Cooperative Strategies, pursuant to the Rate and Method of Apportionment for CFD No. 90-1.
Recommended Motion:
Adopt Resolution No. LB18/19-2 approving the 2018/19 budget, and the levy and collection of special taxes within CFD No. 90-1 for the 2018/19 fiscal year.
Attachments:
Adm Rpt CFD 90-1
Res. No. LB 18-19-2 CFD 90-1
X.A.2. Resolution No. LB18/19-3 – Approving the 2018/19 Budget, and Levy and Collection of Special Taxes within Community Facilities District No. 99-1

Speaker:
Collyn Nielsen, Chief Administrative Officer
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Consideration and adoption of Resolution No. LB18/19-3 approving the 2018/19 budget, and levy and collection of special taxes within Community Facilities District (CFD) No. 99-1.
Rationale:
In accordance with the Mello-Roos Community Facilities Act of 1982, as amended, the Governing Board previously formed and serves as the Legislative Body of CFD No. 99-1.  The electors within CFD No. 99-1 authorized the levy and collection of special taxes in amounts determined pursuant to the Rate and Method of Apportionment (RMA) for CFD No. 99-1.

The Governing Board, acting as the Legislative Body of CFD No. 99-1, is required to set a budget and authorize the levy and collection of special taxes within the boundaries of CFD No. 99-1 on an annual basis.

Resolution No. LB18/19-3 approves and adopts the attached Administration Report (Exhibit A to Resolution No. LB18/19-3) for CFD No. 99-1, which outlines the financial and administrative obligations and the special taxes proposed to be levied and collected within CFD No. 99-1 for the 2018/19 fiscal year.  All special taxes collected will be used for the purposes for which CFD No. 99-1 was established.

Financial Impact:
Total budget for the 2018/19 fiscal year of $139,987.98, and taxes levied as specified in the attached Administration Report prepared by Cooperative Strategies, pursuant to the Rate and Method of Apportionment for CFD No. 99-1.
Recommended Motion:
Adopt Resolution No. LB18/19-3 approving the 2018/19 budget, and the levy and collection of special taxes within CFD No. 99-1 for the 2018/19 fiscal year.
Attachments:
Adm Rpt CFD 99-1
Res. No. LB 18-19-3 CFD 99-1
X.A.3. Resolution No. LB18/19-4 – Approving the 2018/19 Budget, and Levy and Collection of Special Taxes within Community Facilities District No. 2002-1

Speaker:
Collyn Nielsen, Chief Administrative Officer
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Consideration and adoption of Resolution No. LB18/19-4 approving the 2018/19 budget, and levy and collection of special taxes within Community Facilities District (CFD) No. 2002-1.
Rationale:
In accordance with the Mello-Roos Community Facilities Act of 1982, as amended, the Governing Board previously formed and serves as the Legislative Body of CFD No. 2002-1.  The electors within CFD No. 2002-1 authorized the levy and collection of special taxes in amounts determined pursuant to the Rate and Method of Apportionment (RMA) for CFD No. 2002-1.

The Governing Board, acting as the Legislative Body of CFD No. 2002-1, is required to set a budget and authorize the levy and collection of special taxes within the boundaries of CFD No. 2002-1 on an annual basis.

Resolution No. LB18/19-4 approves and adopts the attached Administration Report (Exhibit A to Resolution No. LB18/19-4) for CFD No. 2002-1, which outlines the financial and administrative obligations and the special taxes proposed to be levied and collected within CFD No. 2002-1 for the 2018/19 fiscal year.  All special taxes collected will be used for the purposes for which CFD No. 2002-1 was established.

Financial Impact:
Total budget for the 2018/19 fiscal year of $1,543,334.08 and taxes levied as specified in the attached Administration Report prepared by Cooperative Strategies, pursuant to the Rate and Method of Apportionment for CFD No. 2002-1.
Recommended Motion:
Adopt Resolution No. LB18/19-4 approving the 2018/19 budget, and the levy and collection of special taxes within CFD No. 2002-1 for the 2018/19 fiscal year.
Attachments:
Adm Rpt CFD 2002-1
Res. No. LB 18-19-4 CFD 2002-1
X.A.4. Resolution No. LB18/19-5 – Approving the 2018/19 Budget, and Levy and Collection of Special Taxes within Community Facilities District No. 2004-1

Speaker:
Collyn Nielsen, Chief Administrative Officer
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Consideration and adoption of Resolution No. LB18/19-5 approving the 2018/19 budget, and levy and collection of special taxes within Community Facilities District (CFD) No. 2004-1.
Rationale:
In accordance with the Mello-Roos Community Facilities Act of 1982, as amended, the Governing Board previously formed and serves as the Legislative Body of CFD No. 2004-1.  The electors within CFD No. 2004-1 authorized the levy and collection of special taxes in amounts determined pursuant to the Rate and Method of Apportionment (RMA) for CFD No. 2004-1.

The Governing Board, acting as the Legislative Body of CFD No. 2004-1, is required to set a budget and authorize the levy and collection of special taxes within the boundaries of CFD No. 2004-1 on an annual basis.

Resolution No. LB18/19-5 approves and adopts the attached Administration Report (Exhibit A to Resolution No. LB18/19-5) for CFD No. 2004-1, which outlines the financial and administrative obligations and the special taxes proposed to be levied and collected within CFD No. 2004-1 for the 2018/19 fiscal year.  All special taxes collected will be used for the purposes for which CFD No. 2004-1 was established.

Financial Impact:
Total budget for the 2018/19 fiscal year of $463,831.14, and taxes levied as specified in the attached Administration Report prepared by Cooperative Strategies, pursuant to the Rate and Method of Apportionment for CFD No. 2004-1.
Recommended Motion:
Adopt Resolution No. LB18/19-5 approving the 2018/19 budget, and the levy and collection of special taxes within CFD No. 2004-1 for the 2018/19 fiscal year.
Attachments:
Adm Rpt CFD 2004-1
Res. No. LB 18-19-5 CFD 2004-1
X.A.5. Resolution No. LB18/19-6 – Approving the 2018/19 Budget, and Levy and Collection of Special Taxes within Community Facilities District No. 2005-1

Speaker:
Collyn Nielsen, Chief Administrative Officer
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Consideration and adoption of Resolution No. LB18/19-6 approving the 2018/19 budget, and levy and collection of special taxes within Community Facilities District (CFD) No. 2005-1.
Rationale:
In accordance with the Mello-Roos Community Facilities Act of 1982, as amended, the Governing Board previously formed and serves as the Legislative Body of CFD No. 2005-1.  The electors within CFD No. 2005-1 authorized the levy and collection of special taxes in amounts determined pursuant to the Rate and Method of Apportionment (RMA) for CFD No. 2005-1.

The Governing Board, acting as the Legislative Body of CFD No. 2005-1, is required to set a budget and authorize the levy and collection of special taxes within the boundaries of CFD No. 2005-1 on an annual basis.

Resolution No. LB18/19-6 approves and adopts the attached Administration Report (Exhibit A to Resolution No. LB18/19-6) for CFD No. 2005-1, which outlines the financial and administrative obligations and the special taxes proposed to be levied and collected within CFD No. 2005-1 for the 2018/19 fiscal year.  All special taxes collected will be used for the purposes for which CFD No. 2005-1 was established.

Financial Impact:
Total budget for the 2018/19 fiscal year of $1,577,041.80, and taxes levied as specified in the attached Administration Report prepared by Cooperative Strategies, pursuant to the Rate and Method of Apportionment for CFD No. 2005-1.
Recommended Motion:
Adopt Resolution No. LB18/19-6 approving the 2018/19 budget, and the levy and collection of special taxes within CFD No. 2005-1 for the 2018/19 fiscal year.
Attachments:
Adm Rpt CFD 2005-1
Res. No. LB 18-19-6 CFD 2005-1
X.A.6. Resolution No. LB18/19-7 – Approving the 2018/19 Budget, and Levy and Collection of Special Taxes within Community Facilities District No. 2015-1

Speaker:
Collyn Nielsen, Chief Administrative Officer
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Consideration and adoption of Resolution No. LB18/19-7 approving the 2018/19 budget, and levy and collection of special taxes within Community Facilities District (CFD) No. 2015-1.
Rationale:
In accordance with the Mello-Roos Community Facilities Act of 1982, as amended, the Governing Board previously formed and serves as the Legislative Body of CFD No. 2015-1.  The electors within CFD No. 2015-1 authorized the levy and collection of special taxes in amounts determined pursuant to the Rate and Method of Apportionment (RMA) for CFD No. 2015-1.

The Governing Board, acting as the Legislative Body of CFD No. 2015-1, is required to set a budget and authorize the levy and collection of special taxes within the boundaries of CFD No. 2015-1 on an annual basis.

Resolution No. LB18/19-7 approves and adopts the attached Administration Report (Exhibit A to Resolution No. LB18/19-7) for CFD No. 2015-1, which outlines the financial and administrative obligations and the special taxes proposed to be levied and collected within CFD No. 2015-1 for the 2018/19 fiscal year.  All special taxes collected will be used for the purposes for which CFD No. 2015-1 was established.

Financial Impact:
Total budget for the 2018/19 fiscal year of $1,467,142.98, and taxes levied as specified in the attached Administration Report prepared by Cooperative Strategies, pursuant to the Rate and Method of Apportionment for CFD No. 2015-1.
Recommended Motion:
Adopt Resolution No. LB18/19-7 approving the 2018/19 budget, and the levy and collection of special taxes within CFD No. 2015-1 for the 2018/19 fiscal year.
Attachments:
Adm Rpt CFD 2015-1
Res. No. LB 18-19-7 CFD 2015-1
X.B. Recommence Acting as Governing Board

Quick Summary / Abstract:
For the remainder of the agenda, the Governing Board will be acting as the Governing Board of the William S. Hart Union High School District.
XI. Consent Calendar

Quick Summary / Abstract:
Unless a Board Member has a question concerning a particular item and asks that it be withdrawn from the Consent Calendar, the Governing Board approves all the items at one time.
XI.A. Consent Calendar-Removal of Items
XI.B. Consent Calendar-Personnel
XI.B.1. Personnel Report No. 18/19-1

Speaker:
Michael Vierra, Assistant Superintendent, Human Resources
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Personnel Report No. 18/19-1 regarding certificated, non-certificated, classified and non-classified employees.
Recommended Motion:
Approve Personnel Report No. 18/19-1.
Attachments:
18/19-1 Personnel Report
XI.B.2. Memorandum of Understanding Between William S. Hart Union High School District and Hart District Teachers Association Regarding Professional Learning Opportunities

Speaker:
Michael Vierra, Assistant Superintendent, Human Resources
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Memorandum of Understanding between the William S. Hart Union High School District and Hart District Teachers Association regarding professional learning opportunities.
Recommended Motion:
Approve the Memorandum of Understanding between the William S. Hart Union High School District and Hart District Teachers Association regarding professional learning opportunities.
Attachments:
MOU HDTA Professional Learning Opportunities
XI.C. Consent Calendar-Curriculum/Instruction
XI.C.1. New/Revised Course Adoptions, 2018/19

Speaker:
David N. LeBarron, Director of Curriculum and Assessment
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Courses are being recommended for adoption for use beginning in the 2018/19 school year.
Rationale:
Course Name:  Athletic Training AB

Grade: 12

Department: Practical Arts/CCR

This two-semester course will provide a foundation in the areas of Anatomy, Physiology, and Kinesiology for students interested in careers such as Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, or Athletic Training.  This course will focus on lab methods, critical thinking, problem solving with both an individual and team approach, evaluation of data, presentation skills, and language skills commensurate with and expected from college prep students pursuing a post-secondary education.  Students must also complete 30 hours of community service to get credit for this course.

Course Name:  Digital Photo 3 AB

Grade: 9-12

Department: Practical Arts/Electives

This two-semester course prepares students to be successful in the commercial photography pathway. Students will further their knowledge of a digital SLR camera and will learn techniques associated with fashion and glamour photography, photojournalism, documentary photography, owning a small business, marketing, promotion, networking, and branding.

Course Name:  Health Science Emergency Medicine AB

Grade: 12

Department: Practical Arts/Electives

This two-semester, competency-based course is designed to prepare students for entry-level positions into the health care industry and the vocabulary to enter any advanced health science pathway. This is a preparatory course for the EMT (Emergency Medical Technician) program.  The course takes students on a fascinating journey beginning with the history, future, and components of the emergency system, the well-being of the first responders, legal issues, medical terminology, and abbreviations.  The course provides students with a comprehensive understanding of anatomy, physiology, and pathophysiology of the human body.  These concepts are solidifying the foundational knowledge for specific medical emergencies. The course also gives students a genuine context for the application of the knowledge used to help patients in the field.  The course begins with basic knowledge of anatomy and physiology, first aid, CPR, and safety practices and ends with a thorough understanding of medical emergencies.  The course presents the tools for students to understand the importance of pre-hospital care and delivers a thorough understanding of the proper use of medical equipment necessary to provide appropriate care.  Students must also complete 30 hours of community service to get credit for this course.

Course Name:  Honors Athletic Training AB

Grade: 12

Department: Practical Arts/Electives

This two-semester course will provide a foundation in the areas of Anatomy, Physiology, and Kinesiology for students interested in careers such as Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, or Athletic Training.  This course will focus on lab methods, critical thinking, problem solving with both an individual and team approach, evaluation of data, presentation skills, and language skills commensurate with and expected from college prep students pursuing a post-secondary education.  Honors course requires 90 hours of work based learning in addition to 30 hours of community service.

Course Name:  Honors Health Science Emergency Medicine AB

Grade: 12

Department: Practical Arts/Electives

This two-semester, competency-based course is designed to prepare students for entry-level positions into the health care industry and the vocabulary to enter any advanced Health Science Pathway course. This is a preparatory course for the EMT (Emergency Medical Technician) program. The course takes students on a fascinating journey beginning with history, future, and components of the emergency system, the well-being of the first responders, legal issues, medical terminology, and abbreviations. The course provides students with a comprehensive understanding of anatomy, physiology, and pathophysiology of the human body. These concepts are solidifying the foundational knowledge for specific medical emergencies. The course also gives students a genuine context for the application of the knowledge used to help patients in the field. The course begins with basic knowledge of anatomy and physiology, first aid, CPR, and safety practices and ends with a thorough understanding of medical emergencies. The course presents the tools for students to understand the importance of pre-hospital care and delivers a thorough understanding of the proper use of medical equipment necessary to provide appropriate care. Honors course requires 90 hours of work based learning in addition to 30 hours of community service.

Course Name:  Medical Occupations and the Emergency First Responder AB

Grade: 11

Department: Practical Arts/Electives

This two-semester course is an introduction to Emergency Medical Services.  Students will be introduced to the skills required as an emergency medical responder.  Students will learn basic medical terminology, abbreviations, medical law and ethics, anatomy and physiology, asepsis, vital signs, documentation procedures and rules, communication, professionalism, first-aid, patient assessment, CPR, teamwork and HIPAA regulations.  Students will also be required to successfully complete simulation skills in vehicle extrication, proper use of nasopharyngeal and oral pharyngeal airways, emergency childbirth and suctioning, and immobilizing injuries to the skeletal system.  This course also gives students a genuine context for the application of the knowledge learned to help patients in the field.  This course presents the tools for students to understand the importance of pre-hospital care and delivers a thorough understanding of the proper use of medical equipment necessary to provide appropriate care.  Twenty hours of community service must be completed as a part of this course.

Course Name:  Sports Medicine AB

Grade: 11

Department: Practical Arts/Electives

In this two-semester course, students will be engaged in an in-depth study of whole-body anatomy and physiology as a basis for understanding the processes involved in injury treatment, management, and healing.  Technical instruction includes an orientation, safety and infection control, communication and interpersonal skills, academic proficiency, and employability skills.  Emphasis is placed on ethical and legal considerations, pharmacology, sports and therapeutic equipment, nutrition and weight management, physical fitness assessment, physical conditioning, emergency preparedness and assessment, infection control, vital signs assessment, basic life support (including AED and CPR), injuries to the tissues, injuries to the head and spine, injuries to the chest and abdomen, environmental conditions, medical conditions, taping and wrapping, and therapeutic modalities and physical rehabilitation. Hands-on laboratory experiences are an integral part of the course. Thirty hours of community service must be completed as part of the curriculum.

Course Name:  Workforce Preparation AB (Revised)

Grade: Teacher Discretion

Department: Electives

This two-semester course offers students strategies for securing long-term employment in today’s competitive work environment.  Funded in part by the California Department of Education WorkAbility I and the Department of Rehabilitation Transition Partnership Program, students enrolled should express a desire to gain work experience prior to exiting high school. This course may be offered to general education students with modifications to pacing.

Reason for revision: New federal regulations allow for inclusion of general education students provided there is documented evidence of a disability.

Recommended Motion:
Approve courses, as referenced above, for use beginning in 2018/19.
XI.C.2. Final Adoption of Textbooks/Instructional Materials, 2018/19

Speaker:
David N. LeBarron, Director of Curriculum and Assessment
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Textbooks have been recommended for final adoption for the 2018/19 school year.
Rationale:
Medical Terminology for Health Professions, 8th Edition – Publisher: Cengage Learning – Author: Ehrlich – Course Area: – Allied Health – Grade: 10-12 – Ideal for online or classroom teaching, Medical Terminology For Health Professions, 8th Edition simplifies the process of memorizing complex medical terminology by focusing on the important word parts — common prefixes, suffixes and root words — that provide a foundation for learning hundreds of medical terms. Organized by body systems, chapters follow a logical flow of information: an overview of the body system’s structure and functions, a summary of applicable medical specialties, and then pathology, diagnostic, and treatment procedures. Students master the language necessary to describe how each body system works, what goes wrong with it, and how to treat it, and then put their new skills into practice in exercises.

House Wiring Simplified – Publisher: Goodheart Wilcox – Author: Mix – Course Area: – Construction I & II  – Grade: 10-12 – This textbook teaches the fundamentals of basic, safe house wiring procedures.  The content is enhanced by easy-to-understand drawings.  Full-color photos and illustrations aid in understanding basic wiring concepts.

Financial Impact:
Funding from CCR (College and Career Readiness) Funds.
Recommended Motion:
Approve textbooks, as referenced above, for use beginning in the 2018/19 year.
XI.C.3. Recommendation of Textbook/Instructional Materials Adoption, 2018/19

Speaker:
David N. LeBarron, Director of Curriculum and Assessment
Quick Summary / Abstract:
A textbook has been recommended for adoption for the 2018/19 school year.
Rationale:
DHO Health Science – Publisher: Cengage Learning – Author: Simmers – Course Area: – Allied Health – Grade: 10-12 – This textbook provides an all-in-one resource for introductory coursework in the health science curriculum.  Organized in two parts, the text opens with foundational information required to enter a broad range of health professions, including infection control, first aid, legal requirements, and professionalism.  The second part covers fundamental entry-level skills for a range of specific careers, including medical assisting, dental assisting, and more.  Carefully revised, the updated edition includes information on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, new nutritional guidelines from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, updates that correlate with the Enhanced National Healthcare Foundation Standards, and more to prepare students for success in today’s high-demand health science careers.
Financial Impact:
Funding from State Instructional Materials Funds and/or College & Career Readiness (CCR) funds.
Recommended Motion:
Approve textbooks, as referenced above, for public review.
XI.C.4. Agreement with Kendall Hunt Publishing Company – Edit and Print Hart Interactive Math Algebra 1 Materials

Speaker:
David N. LeBarron, Director of Curriculum and Assessment
Quick Summary / Abstract:
An agreement with Kendall Hunt Publishing Company is being created for the purchase of services which will include the editing and printing of Hart Interactive Math Algebra 1 materials.
Rationale:
Kendall Hunt Publishing Company will print the District’s Hart Interactive (HI) Algebra 1 textbook.  The agreement with Kendall Hunt includes basic editing tasks, correction of errors and typos, perforation of all pages, printing the text in four colors, and providing a soft book cover.  The Algebra 1 text will be produced and printed in two segments; one for the fall semester and one for the spring semester.  Kendall Hunt will produce 4300 texts for each semester.

Currently, HI math materials – Algebra 1, Geometry, and Algebra 2/Trig – are printed through the District Copy Center and are distributed to students quarterly.  Students keep their HI math materials in 3-ringed binders.   The HI Algebra 1 texts are used by both high school and junior high school students.  The new format will be more visually appealing and less cumbersome to transport and use, enhancing the engagement of Algebra 1 students.

Financial Impact:
$91,432.50 from Instructional Materials Funds
Recommended Motion:
Approve Kendall Hunt Publishing Company to provide Hart Interactive Math Algebra 1 materials.
XI.C.5. Agreement with AquaPhoenix Scientific, Inc. – Purchase and Delivery of Annual Consumable Supplies for NGSS (Next Generation Science Standards) Science Courses

Speaker:
David N. LeBarron, Director of Curriculum and Assessment
Quick Summary / Abstract:
An agreement with AquaPhoenix Scientific, Inc. is being created for the purchase and delivery of annual consumable supplies for NGSS (Next Generation Science Standards) Science Courses.
Rationale:
AquaPhoenix Scientific, Inc. will supply the necessary consumables for the new NGSS Science courses – Science 7, Science 8, and Biology.  The curriculum for the new courses engages students in hands-on investigations and experiments and requires the use of multiple consumables, which need to be replenished annually.  A District science team has worked to quantify the needed materials, and AquaPhoenix has provided the best price for materials, packaging, shipping, and support.

Funds for the cost of these materials will not come from the District’s general fund.  High schools will cover the entire costs of their needed consumables from their site funds.  Junior high schools will cover the cost of their needed consumables from their site funds, combined with supplemental funds of up to $3,000 from the District’s Instructional Materials account.

Financial Impact:
A combination of site funds and District Instructional Materials funds in the amount of $72,948.90.
Recommended Motion:
Approve AquaPhoenix Scientific, Inc. to provide consumable supplies for NGSS (Next Generation Science Standards) Science Courses.
XI.C.6. Requests to Attend Out-of-State Events – Administrative Center

Speaker:
Mike Kuhlman, Assistant Superintendent, Educational Services
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Two administrative center employees are requesting authorization to attend out-of-state events.
Rationale:
Dr. Mariane Doyle, Director of Career/Technical Education, is requesting authorization to attend the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships National Conference, in San Antonio, Texas, November 3-7, 2018.

Mr. Carle Manley, Director of Maintenance and Operations, is requesting authorization to attend the Minds That Think Differently workshop, in Las Vegas, Nevada, October 4-6, 2018.

Financial Impact:
All expenses for Dr. Mariane Doyle to attend the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships National Conference, in San Antonio, Texas, November 3-7, 2018, will be paid from Perkins funds.

All expenses for Mr. Carle Manley to attend the Minds That Think Differently workshop,  in Las Vegas, Nevada, October 4-6, 2018, will be paid from the District General Fund.

Recommended Motion:
Approve Dr. Mariane Doyle’s request to attend the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships National Conference, in San Antonio, Texas, November 3-7, 2018.

Approve Mr. Carle Manley’s request to attend the Minds That Think Differently workshop,  in Las Vegas, Nevada, October 4-6, 2018.

XI.C.7. Requests for Overnight/Out-of-State Trips – Canyon High, Golden Valley High, Saugus High, Valencia High, and Rancho Pico Junior High Schools 

Speaker:
Vicki Engbrecht, Superintendent
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Approve overnight/out-of-state student trip requests from Canyon High School (Associated Student Body (ASB), Cheer), Golden Valley High School (ASB), Saugus High School (Yearbook, Boys Cross Country, Girls Cross Country, Girls Tennis), Valencia High School (Girls Volleyball, Medical Science Academy (MSA)), and Rancho Pico Junior High School (Yearbook).
Rationale:
The submitted trip requests have been reviewed and meet all requirements established by Board Policy and Administrative Regulation 3541.1.  Trip requests signed by Canyon High School Principal Shellie Holcombe, Golden Valley High School Principal Sal Frias, Saugus High School Principal Vince Ferry, Valencia High School Principal Stephen Ford, and Rancho Pico Junior High School Principal Erum Jones are attached.
Recommended Motion:
Approve trips:  CHS ASB, Santa Barbara, 7/22-25/18; CHS Cheer, Idyllwild, 8/3-6/18; GVHS ASB, Santa Barbara, 7/22-25/18; SHS Yearbook, Orange, 7/20-23/18; SHS Boys Cross Country, Big Bear City, 7/21-25/18; SHS Girls Cross Country, Big Bear City, 7/25-29/18; SHS Girls Tennis, Fresno, 9/6-8/18; SHS Yearbook, Garden Grove, 9/21-23/18; VHS Girls Volleyball, Goleta, 8/24-25/18; VHS MSA, Arlington, VA, 9/13-18/18; VHS Girls Volleyball, Phoenix, AZ, 9/20-23/18; VHS Girls Volleyball, Redondo Beach, 10/5-6/18; RPJHS Yearbook, Orange, 7/20-23/18.
Attachments:
Trip Approvals for 7-18-18 Board Meeting
XI.C.8. Request for Overnight/Out-of-State Trip (Ratification) – Canyon High School

Speaker:
Vicki Engbrecht, Superintendent
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Approve ratification of overnight/out-of-state student trip request from Canyon High School (Boys Basketball).
Rationale:
The submitted trip request has been reviewed and meets all requirements established by Board Policy and Administrative Regulation 3541.1.  The trip request signed by Canyon High School Principal Shellie Holcombe is attached.
Recommended Motion:
Approve trip:  CHS Boys Basketball, La Jolla, 7/6-8/18.
Attachments:
Ratification of Trip Request for 7-18-18 Board
XI.C.9. Computer Information Concepts, Inc., Agreement

Speaker:
Mike Kuhlman, Assistant Superintendent, Educational Services
Quick Summary / Abstract:
An agreement with Computer Information Concepts, Inc., for District-wide data analysis automation and visualization platform services is being proposed.
Rationale:
Computer Information Concepts, Inc., (CIC) has been providing data analysis automation and visualization platform services to cities, counties, education institutions, and state governments across the country since 1981. They furnish custom solutions for each customer through automated data analysis tools, including visual analytics and insight into existing data sets, such as, but not limited to, student information systems. CIC is the channel partner of Infinite Campus, the District’s current student information system, for data warehousing and analytics solutions. When districts need data analysis and visualization tools beyond what Infinite Campus offers, they refer customers to CIC. CIC has been working with Infinite Campus for many years, becoming experts in student information system data, creating an extensive library of visualization templates. The software platform CIC uses to provide data analysis automation and visualization services is called Tableau.
Tableau is a third-party software package, which helps people see and understand data. This is the underlying software with which CIC provides their library of visualization templates, as well as custom visualizations for each customer’s unique needs. The visualizations provide quick and intuitive insights into existing data that otherwise would take hours of manual manipulation to produce. The ease of use and time savings will allow staff to understand the data and provide timely analysis and interventions, ultimately benefiting students. In addition to student-focused visualizations, the template library includes visualizations for financial and human resources analysis.
The CIC proposal includes first-year costs for professional services related to implementation management, training, and initial design work, as well as the annual licensing costs for the Tableau software, access to the CIC visualization template library, and ongoing professional services to modify existing and create custom visualizations. The cost for the services provided by this agreement totals $102,390.00 for the first fiscal year (2018/2019), and $69,650.00 for each subsequent year. This agreement will be effective July 23, 2018, through July 22, 2021.
Financial Impact:
$102,390.00 for the first fiscal year (2018/2019), and $69,650.00 for each subsequent year, from the General Fund (01.0).
Recommended Motion:
Approve agreement with Computer Information Concepts, Inc., for District-wide data analysis automation and visualization platform services, effective July 23, 2018, through July 22, 2021.
Attachments:
Agreement with Computer Information Concepts, Inc.
Computer Information Concepts, Inc., (CIC) Proposal
XI.C.10. Adoption of Los Angeles County Plan for Expelled Pupils

Speaker:
Kathy Hunter, Director of Student Services
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The Los Angeles County Plan for Expelled Pupils is attached for review.
Rationale:
The Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE) is required by Education Code Section 48926 to present a countywide plan for educating students who have been expelled from schools within Los Angeles County.  Since it is a countywide plan, the LACOE requires that each governing board acknowledge receipt of the plan and accept the plan.

The District refers its expelled students to charter schools for enrollment during the period of expulsion.  This practice will remain the same.

Recommended Motion:
Accept and acknowledge the Los Angeles County Plan for Expelled Students.
Attachments:
2018 Los Angeles County Plan for Expelled Students
XI.C.11. Flippen Group Training Confirmation Agreement, August 1-2, 2018

Speaker:
Kathy Hunter, Director of Student Services
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The Flippen Group is being contracted to provide Capturing Kids Hearts 1 training at Canyon High School on August 1-2, 2018.
Rationale:
Capturing Kids Hearts, developed by the Flippen Group, is implemented at numerous schools throughout the District and focuses on school climate and school culture.  Canyon High School would like to implement the program throughout their campus.
Financial Impact:
Training cost is $26,000.00 to be paid from the Title 1 allocation for Canyon High School.
Recommended Motion:
Approve the training confirmation agreement with the Flippen Group at Canyon High School.
Attachments:
Training Confirmation Agreement
XI.C.12. Flippen Group Training Confirmation Agreement, August 13-14, 2018 

Speaker:
Kathy Hunter, Director of Student Services
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The Flippen Group is being contracted to provide Capturing Kids Hearts 1 training at Rancho Pico Junior High School on August 13-14, 2018.
Rationale:
Capturing Kids Hearts, developed by the Flippen Group, is implemented at numerous schools through out the District and focuses on school climate and school culture. Rancho Pico Junior High School would like to implement the program throughout their campus.
Financial Impact:
Training cost is $26,000.00 to be paid from the school formula account.
Recommended Motion:
Approve the training confirmation agreement with the Flippen Group at Rancho Pico Junior High School.
Attachments:
Training Confirmation Agreement
XI.C.13. Flippen Group Training Confirmation Agreement, August 27-28, 2018

Speaker:
Kathy Hunter, Director of Student Services
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The Flippen Group is being contracted to provide Capturing Kids Hearts 1 training at Sierra Vista Junior High School on August 27-28, 2018.
Rationale:
Capturing Kids Hearts, developed by the Flippen Group, is implemented at numerous schools throughout the District and focuses on school climate and school culture.  Sierra Vista Junior High School would like to implement the program throughout their campus.
Financial Impact:
Training cost is $26,000.00 to be paid from the Title 1 allocation for Sierra Vista Junior High School.
Recommended Motion:
Approve the training confirmation agreement with the Flippen Group at Sierra Vista Junior High School.
Attachments:
Training Confirmation Agreement
XI.C.14. Animal Care Technologies Online Subscription

Speaker:
Mariane Doyle, Ph.D., Director of Career Technical Education
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Online subscription for the Veterinary Science Extended Day Course, 2018/19 school year, submitted for approval.
Rationale:
Animal Care Technologies (ACT) Online Training is the most comprehensive library of high quality staff training videos available to the animal health care industry.  Authored by experts and formatted to fit the time constraints of the busiest practice, ACT Online Training is as well received by employees as it is effective at increasing competence, proficiency, and profitability.  Students in animal health care vocational preparatory courses benefit from utilizing the same resources widely used  by veterinary practices for support staff training applications.
Financial Impact:
$1,810.00 paid from the Career Technical Education Incentive Grant.
Recommended Motion:
Approve purchase of Animal Care Technologies Online subscription for the 2018/19 school year.
Attachments:
ACT Animal Care
XI.C.15. Update to the Agreement to Describe Resource Sharing of America’s Job Center of California Delivery System

Speaker:
Mariane Doyle, Ph.D., Director of Career Technical and Adult Education
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Approve the Amendment to the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) dated June 15, 2018, between the Los Angeles County Workforce Development Board and Golden Oak Adult School, a partner of Los Angeles County’s Job Center of California (AJCC) system.
Rationale:
Staff requests the Governing Board approve the attached amendment to the MOU dated September 1, 2017, through June 30, 2020.  The amendment incorporates regular, affiliate, and specialized America’s Job Center of California (AJCC) into the cost-sharing agreement, updates the list of colocated and non-colocated AJCC system partners, and makes other necessary changes to the agreement.  The Phase II MOU outlines a framework for uniting partners from County and State agencies, community colleges, adult education, community-based organizations, and other providers of workforce-related services for the collective operations and funding of the local AJCC system.
Recommended Motion:
Approve the Amendment to the Memorandum of Understanding between the Los Angeles County Workforce Development Board and Golden Oak Adult School as a partner of Los Angeles County’s America’s Job Center of California system dated June 15, 2018.
Attachments:
Amendment 1 to 17-W224_GO
XI.C.16. Amendments to the Memorandum of Understanding with Sulphur Springs School District for the Provision of Counseling Services 

Speaker:
Dr. Nicholas Betty, Director of Educationally Related Intensive Counseling Services Program (ERICS)
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Amendments to the Memorandum of understanding between the Hart and Sulphur Springs school districts, initially approved at the July 13, 2018, Board Meeting are being requested.
Rationale:
The following language is being added to Section 4 of the Agreement between the William S. Hart Union High School District and the Sulphur Springs Union School District, for the provision of Counseling Services:

“Operating District shall, on written notice of one business day by District of Residence, remove an associate therapist assigned to District of Residence, and, within five business days of said notice, shall provide a replacement associate therapist.  District of Residence shall cooperate in identifying facts leading to the decision that the associate therapist was not providing satisfactory services.”

The following language is being added to Section 5 of the Agreement between the William S. Hart Union High School District and the Sulphur Springs Union School District, for the provision of Counseling Services:

“District of Residence may terminate this agreement prior to its expiration upon providing Operating District with thirty days written notice of termination.  Within thirty (30) days of receipt of final invoice, District of Residence shall provide full payment for services rendered as of the date of termination.”

Recommended Motion:
Approve the amendments to the Agreement between the William S. Hart Union High School District and the Sulphur Springs Union School District, for the provision of Counseling Services.
Attachments:
Sulphur Springs Amendment
XI.D. Consent Calendar-Business Services
XI.D.1. Purchase Order Report

Speaker:
Leigh Hansen, Director of Purchasing and Warehouse
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Ratify June 2018 Purchase Order Report
Rationale:
Staff requests the Governing Board ratify the attached Purchase Order Report, which covers purchases, as specified, for the period June 1, 2018, through June 30, 2018.

This report may contain open purchase orders with not-to-exceed amounts facilitating regular small purchases from single vendors. Open purchase orders with not-to-exceed amounts facilitating larger purchases from single vendors may indicate a publicly bid contract number and/or the date the Governing Board approved the vendor.  In an effort to efficiently process payments, the accumulated total of these purchases may be processed and paid as a single transaction.

Please note: The July Purchase Order Report includes purchases previously ratified but not completed and closed by June 30, 2018.  These purchase orders are included here again due to their necessary creation within the District’s new financial system.

Financial Impact:
Attached report shows amounts and funding sources for purchase orders processed in June 2018, as well as purchase orders greater than or equal to $50,000.
Recommended Motion:
Ratify Purchase Order Report for the period of June 1, 2018, through June 30, 2018.
Attachments:
June 2018 PO Board Report
XI.D.2. Warrant Register and Revolving Cash Payments

Speaker:
Ralph Peschek, Chief Financial Officer
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Approve and ratify Warrant Register and Revolving Cash payments.
Rationale:
6/1/18 – 6/30/18
Payroll Warrant Register   $4,346,089.15
Commercial Warrants – General Fund  $11,030,053.69
Commercial Warrants – All Other Funds    $1,896,688.49
Revolving Cash Fund $0.00
6/1/18 – 6/30/18
Payroll Warrant Register   $8,138,319.60
Commercial Warrants – General Fund  $11,135,940.52
Commercial Warrants – All Other Funds $6,913,690.93
Revolving Cash Fund  $500.00
Recommended Motion:
Approve and ratify the above listed Warrant Register and Revolving Cash payments issued between June 1, 2018, through June 30, 2018, and order the items filed for audit.
Attachments:
Commercial Warrants 06/01/18-06/15/18
Commercial Warrants 06/16/18-06/30/18
Payroll Warrants 06/01/18-06/30/18
Revolving Cash Warrants 06/01/18-06/30/18
XI.D.3. Acceptance of Donation

Speaker:
Leigh Hansen, Director of Purchasing and Warehouse
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Acceptance of copier donation for Hart High School as specified.
Rationale:
Innovation Digital Solutions has donated a Xerox WCP3335 to Katherine Smith’s Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, (“STEM”), program at Hart High School.
Financial Impact:
$349.00 estimated total value for the donated equipment.
Recommended Motion:
Accept donation of the copier from Innovative Digital Solutions for Katherine Smith’s STEM program at Hart High School and direct staff to send an acknowledgement letter to the donor.
XI.D.4. Acceptance of Donation

Speaker:
Brad Renison, Director of Transportation
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Acceptance of pick-up truck donation for Saugus High School.
Rationale:
Trudine Eyraud would like to present the Saugus High School auto shop with a pick-up truck donation.  The pick-up truck is a 1990 Nissan, with vehicle identification number, (VIN), 1N6SD11S6LC306400 and plate number 50953G2.
Financial Impact:
The value of the pick-up truck donation is $300.
Recommended Motion:
Accept the pick-up truck donation from Trudine Eyraud, for the Saugus High School auto shop and send an acknowledgement letter to the donor.
XI.D.5. Disposition of Surplus/Obsolete Equipment

Speaker:
Leigh Hansen, Director of Purchasing and Warehouse
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Disposition of Surplus/Obsolete Equipment
Rationale:
Pursuant to California Education Code Section 17545(b), the value of the following equipment will be sold through public auction, and if not sold, disposed of as surplus/obsolete equipment pursuant to Education Code Section 17545 (b).

1. Epson 4900 Stylus Pro printer (QTY 1, Canyon High School)

2. AB Dick 9910 2-color press (QTY 1, Canyon High School)

3. Martin Yale 959AF tabletop folder (QTY 1, Canyon High School)

4. Interlake BinderyMate wire stitcher (QTY 1, Canyon High School)

Pursuant to California Education Code Section 17546(c), staff requests the Governing Board, by unanimous vote of those members present, find that the property listed below is of insufficient value to defray the costs of arranging a sale and thereby authorize the property to be donated to a charitable organization deemed appropriate by the Board, or disposed of in the local dump.  All e-waste will be collected and certified to its proper disposal by an e-waste recycler.

1. Washer (QTY 1, Canyon High School)

2. Dryer (QTY 1, Canyon High School)

3. Overhead (QTY 7, La Mesa Junior High School)

4. Overhead (QTY 5, Placerita Junior High School)

5. Overhead (QTY 3, Hart High School)

6. TV (QTY 4, La Mesa Junior High School)

7. Cassette player (QTY 1, La Mesa Junior High School)

Recommended Motion:
Authorize staff to dispose of specified equipment pursuant to California Education Code Sections 17545(b) and 17546(c).
XI.D.6. Contract for Furnishing Home-to-School Pupil Transportation, Special Education Transportation, and Other Transportation (Storer Transportation)

Speaker:
Ralph Peschek, Chief Financial Officer
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Amendment No. 4 to the contract for furnishing home-to-school transportation, Special Education, and other transportation services provides for a fee adjustment and one year extension of contract for the 2018/19 school year.
Rationale:
Effective October 1, 2012, with the consent of the Hart District, Forsythe Transportation (Forsythe) transferred its rights, burdens, duties, and obligations under its Contract for Furnishing Home-to-School Pupil Transportation, Special Education Transportation, and Other Transportation with Hart to Storer Transportation (Storer).

Pursuant to Section I(2) of the Contract for Furnishing Home-to-School Pupil Transportation, Special Education Transportation, and Other Transportation (Contract) and Education Code Section 39803, the District and Storer desire to renew the Contract, currently in effect through June 30, 2018, based upon the terms and conditions of the Contract as amended.

Staff and legal counsel recommend that a Request for Bid process for contracted transportation services be implemented during the 2018/19 school year.

Financial Impact:
Storer has not requested a rate increase in 5 years.

Anticipated increased cost for 2018-19 SY is $200,000.

This represents a 7% increase or 1.4% per year (5 year average)

Recommended Motion:
Approve the renewal of the contract for furnishing home-to-school pupil transportation, special education transportation, and other transportation with Storer Transportation to extend the term of the contract from July 1, 2018, until June 30, 2019.
Attachments:
Amendment 4 to Home-to-School Pupil Transportation Contract
Storer Transportation Rates 2018-19 SY
XI.D.7. Agreement to Provide Field Trip Transportation Services (Sulphur Springs Union School District)

Speaker:
Ralph Peschek, Chief Financial Officer
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Approve Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to provide the Sulphur Springs Union School District with field trip transportation services from July 1, 2018, to June 30, 2019.
Rationale:
Staff requests the Governing Board approve the attached MOU to provide the Sulphur Springs Union School District with field trip transportation services, as needed and if the District has buses available, from July 1, 2018, to June 30, 2019.

The MOU specifies the following charges for the field trip transportation services: $446.49 for the first five hours and $64.25 per hour for each additional hour billed in quarter hour increments.  These rates cover the District’s current contract costs with Storer Transportation Service, and are calculated from “bus yard to bus yard”, inclusive of pre-trip, post-trip, and fueling time.  In addition to the above-listed rates, the District will also charge for mileage costs at $1.00 per mile.

Financial Impact:
The associated cost for this transportation service will be passed through to the Sulphur Springs Union School District.
Recommended Motion:
Approve the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) agreement to provide field trip transportation services to the Sulphur Springs Union School District from July 1, 2018, to June 30, 2019.
Attachments:
Transportation MOU Sulphur Springs
XI.D.8. Lease Agreement By and Between Newhall Union School District and William S. Hart Union High School District – Transportation Facility 

Speaker:
Ralph Peschek, Chief Financial Officer
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Approval of a lease agreement with the Newhall School District for shared usage of the Hart District Transportation Facility.
Rationale:
In July 2002 the William S. Hart Union High School District (Hart) and the Newhall Elementary District (Newhall) formalized their relationship in regard to usage of the Hart Transportation Facility by entering into a lease agreement.  In October of 2010 the districts entered into a new lease agreement which expired on June 30, 2018.

Both parties desire to enter into a lease to establish a basis for the continued shared usage of the facility.

The  term of the lease shall be twenty-four (24) months and shall be automatically renewed thereafter for consecutive thirty-six (36) month periods unless either of the parties provides written notice of termination no less than 180 days prior to the expiration of the current term.

The annual lease payment is calculated each year, based upon the actual expenses of the prior year, including amortization of the facility costs, and the annual operational costs.  Some costs are prorated based upon the number of home to school routes, and others are based upon number of miles driven.  Also included is an amount which represents Newhall’s share of the Transportation Department salary and benefits.

Financial Impact:
Estimated annual revenue to William S. Hart Union High School District of $179,047
Recommended Motion:
Approve attached Lease Agreement by and between the Newhall Union School District and the William S. Hart Union High School District for the initial term of twenty-four months, commencing July 1, 2018, and automatically renewed thereafter for consecutive thirty-six month periods, unless terminated in writing by either party.
Attachments:
Newhall Trans. Property Lease
XI.D.9. Legal Services Agreement (Adams Silva & McNally LLP)

Speaker:
Michael Vierra, Assistant Superintendent, Human Resources
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Updated agreement for legal services from Adams Silva & McNally LLP effective July 1, 2018.  The District will request specific legal services as needed and requests that the Agreement be approved to facilitate the provision of services as the need arises.  There are no charges if services are not used.
Financial Impact:
Fees billed as services are rendered per attached professional rate schedule.
Recommended Motion:
Approve the agreement for legal services with Adams Silva & McNally LLP effective July 1, 2018.
Attachments:
Adams Silva & McNalley Legal Services
XI.E. Consent Calendar-Operations
XI.E.1. Consulting and Advocacy Agreement for School Facilities Services (Capitol Advisors Group, LLC)

Speaker:
Vicki Engbrecht, Superintendent
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Agreement for school facilities consulting and advocacy services with Capitol Advisors Group, LLC.
Rationale:
The District entered into an agreement with Capitol Advisors Group, LLC (Capitol Advisors), on July 1, 2017, for services relating to school facilities consulting and advocacy.  In addition to other services, Capitol Advisors will provide necessary technical assistance to obtain state funding for school facilities projects.

Staff recommends renewal of the agreement for the period of July 1, 2018, to June 30, 2019.  Either party may terminate the agreement with thirty (30) days prior written notice.

Financial Impact:
Monthly fee $2,500, plus necessary travel expenses (pre-approved by District) to be paid from the General Fund (01.0).
Recommended Motion:
Renew agreement with Capitol Advisors Group, LLC, for school facilities consulting and advocacy services.
Attachments:
Capitol Advisory Group, LLC
XI.E.2. Fee Amendment No. 6 – Castaic High School (Ruhnau Clarke Architects)

Speaker:
Michael Otavka, Director of Facilities, Planning and Construction
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Request for approval of Fee Amendment No. 6 from Ruhnau Clarke Architects (RCA) for additional design services due to on-site construction issues with tilt-up concrete panels and steel braced frames at Castaic High School.
Rationale:
RCA is requesting a fee amendment to their contract for additional time spent on the project due to contractor issues with the tilt-up concrete panels and the steel braced frames at building 900. Since the District has a contract with RCA, RCA will invoice the District for this work; however, the contractor will reimburse the District for this fee amendment.
Financial Impact:
$18,597.50 from Measure SA (Fund 21) (to be reimbursed). Castaic High School Construction Company will reimburse the District for the entire cost of this fee amendment.
Recommended Motion:
Approve Fee Amendment No. 6 from Ruhnau Clarke Architects for additional design services due to on-site construction issues with tilt-up concrete panels and steel braced frames at Castaic High School.
Attachments:
RCA Fee Amendment No. 6
XI.E.3. Fee Amendment No. 7 – Castaic High School (Ruhnau Clarke Architects)

Speaker:
Michael Otavka, Director of Facilities, Planning and Construction
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Request for approval of Fee Amendment No. 7 from Ruhnau Clarke Architects (RCA) for additional design services related to the review of telescoping bleachers plans and specifications that were changed to a different manufacturer after the project had been awarded.
Rationale:

The manufacturer of the gymnasium bleachers for Castaic High School was specified as Hussey Seating Company. During the course of the project, the contractor, Castaic High School Construction Company, determined that the District would get a credit by using gymnasium bleachers that are manufactured by Irwin Seating Company.  The bleachers provided by both companies are considered to be of the same quality.

The gymnasium bleachers that were included in the bid documents (Hussey Seating Company) had already been reviewed by RCA and their structural engineer. RCA is requesting a fee amendment to their contract because they and their consulting structural engineer are required by the Division of the State Architect to review any new bleacher products proposed for the project. The District will see a credit of $24,000 by going with the Irwin bleachers instead of the Hussey bleachers.

While this is an added fee to the architect, there is an overall savings to the project by approving this fee.

Financial Impact:
$2,215 from Measure SA (Fund 21) for the architect’s fee; however, there will be an overall savings to the project.
Recommended Motion:
Approve Fee Amendment No. 7 from Ruhnau Clarke Architects for additional design services related to the review of telescoping bleachers plans and specifications that were changed to a different manufacturer after the project had been awarded.
Attachments:
Fee Amendment – RCA #7
XI.E.4. Change Order No. 1 to Purchase of Modular Restroom Building Addition for Golden Oak Adult School at Centre Pointe Parkway (Class Leasing, LLC).

Speaker:
Michael Otavka, Director of Facilities, Planning and Construction
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Request approval of Change Order No. 1 to Class Leasing, Inc. for craning the Golden Oak Adult School at Centre Pointe Parkway modular restroom building in place utilizing the open piggyback bid with Capistrano Unified School District Contract Bid No. 1617-15 (the same piggyback bid used to purchase the building).
Rationale:
At the December 13, 2017, Board meeting, the Board approved the purchase of a modular restroom building for the Golden Oak Adult School at Centre Pointe Parkway. The purchase agreement with Class Leasing, the company supplying the building, includes delivery and setup of the building only. Currently, the site is being prepared for the delivery of the restroom building. Due to site constraints, Class Leasing must use a crane to install the building. The cost to crane the building in place was not included in the original installation cost for the building; therefore, staff is requesting that a change order be approved to include craning costs.
Financial Impact:
$15,050 from Unrestricted Career Technical Education Funds.
Recommended Motion:
Approve Change Order No. 1 for craning the modular restroom building in place utilizing the open piggyback bid with Capistrano Unified School District Contract Bid No. 1617-15 (the same piggyback bid used to purchase the building).
Attachments:
Change Order No. 1
XI.E.5. Construction Management Fee Budget Allocation Transfer – Canyon High School Welding Project to Golden Oak Adult School Modular Restroom Building Addition (Lundgren Management)

Speaker:
Michael Otavka, Director of Facilities, Planning and Construction
Quick Summary / Abstract:

Request for approval of budget allocation transfer of construction management fee from Career Technical Education Incentive Grant to Adult Education.

Rationale:
On August 9, 2017, Lundgren Management was awarded the construction management work for two Career Technical Education (CTE) projects at Canyon High School (welding program in building V and the video studio in room E2) and one CTE project at Golden Valley High School (multimedia classroom in room 518). Since the District will not be moving forward with the welding project at Canyon High School, staff would like to transfer the remaining construction management allocation of the Lundgren contract from the welding project to the Modular Restroom Building Addition at the Golden Oak Adult School at Centre Pointe Parkway.
Financial Impact:
$19,320 budget allocation from Career Technical Education Incentive Grant (Canyon High School Welding Project) to Adult Education (Golden Oak Adult School Modular Restroom Building Addition).
Recommended Motion:

Approve budget allocation transfer of construction management fee from Career Technical Education Incentive Grant to Adult Education.

XI.F. Consent Calendar-Requests for Information
XI.G. Approval of Consent Calendar 
XI.H. Items Removed from Consent Calendar
XII. Items for Future Consideration by the Board
XIII. Second Closed Session

Quick Summary / Abstract:
This Closed Session will be used as an extension of item II – First Closed Session, if needed.
XIII.A. Public Comments for Second Closed Session Items
XIII.B. Second Closed Session Items
XIII.C. Return to Public Session
XIII.D. Report of Second Closed Session Action
XIV. Adjournment
Disability Information:
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you need special assistance to participate in this meeting, please contact the Superintendent’s Office (661.259.0033.x201). Notification 48 hours prior to the meeting will enable the District to make reasonable arrangements to ensure accessibility to this meeting.

Published: July 13, 2018, 4:25 PM

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