Agenda
TYPE: Regular Board Meeting
DATE: 2/15/2017 TIME: 3:30 PM
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LOCATION: 155 E. Fourth Street, Perris, CA 92570
DETAILS: PUHSD
 
Public Notice
1.1 PUBLIC NOTICE: The writings, documents, or public records described in SB No. 343 are available at the District Office, currently located at 155 East Fourth Street, Perris, CA 92570 Info
1.2 PUBLIC NOTICE: In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you need special assistance, disability-related modifications or accommodations, including auxiliary aids or services, in order to participate in the public meetings of the District's governing board, please contact the office of the District Superintendent at (951) 943-6369, ext. 80102. Notification 72 hours prior to the meeting will enable the District to make reasonable arrangements to ensure accommodation and accessibility to this meeting Info
Call to Order
2.1 CALL TO ORDER: The President of the Board of Trustees Will Call the Perris Union High School District Board Meeting to Order Info
Invitation to Address the Board of Trustees on Closed Session Items Only
3.1 INVITATION TO ADDRESS THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES: Closed Session Items Only Info
Adjourn to Closed Session
4.1 ADJOURN TO CLOSED SESSION: The Board of Trustees Will Discuss Items Listed in This Section Action
4.2 PUPIL MATTERS - Pursuant to Education Code §48912 and §48918 Action
4.3 PUBLIC EMPLOYEE EMPLOYMENT/APPOINTMENT - Pursuant to Government Code §54957 Action
4.4 PUBLIC EMPLOYEE DISCIPLINE/DISMISSAL/RELEASE - Pursuant to Government Code §54957 Action
4.5 CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATORS - Pursuant to Government Code §54957.6 - Employee Group: Perris Secondary Educators Association (PSEA), Agency Representative: Tonya Davis, Chief Human Resources Officer - Human Resources; Employee Group: California School Employees Association (CSEA), Agency Representative: Tonya Davis, Chief Human Resources Officer – Human Resources Action
Reconvene in Public Session/Pledge of Allegiance
5.1 RECONVENE IN PUBLIC SESSION/PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE: The Board Meeting Will Reconvene at Approximately 5:00 p.m. Info
Invocation
6.1 INVOCATION: Trustee Garcia Info
Recess Into California Military Institute Meeting
7.1 RECESS: The Board President Will Recess the Meeting at Approximately 5:01 p.m. to Conduct the Regular Board Meeting of the California Military Institute Charter School Info
Revision/Adoption/Ordering of Agenda
8.1 REVISION/ADOPTION/ORDERING OF AGENDA: February 15, 2017 Action
Oral Reports
9.1 Report Out of Closed Session Info
9.2 District Update by the Superintendent Info
9.3 Student Representatives to the Board of Trustees Info
9.4 CSEA President Cinda Sarian Info
9.5 PSEA President Vickey Mueller Info
Invitation to Address the Board of Trustees
10.1 INVITATION TO ADDRESS THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES: Agendized and Non-Agendized Items Info
Consent Calendar
11.1 CONSENT CALENDAR: Approval of Consent Calendar Items Action
11.2 GENERAL FUNCTIONS: Minutes of the Regular Board Meeting for January 18, 2017 Action
11.3 PERSONNEL: Certificated Personnel Action Items Action
11.4 PERSONNEL: Classified Personnel Action Items Action
11.5 PERSONNEL: Fieldwork Agreement With the University of La Verne (revenue) Action
11.6 CURRICULUM: Out-of-State Conference Request for Lori Ortell and Christine Harris to Attend the National Association of Educational Office Professionals Annual Conference in Greenville, South Carolina, July 11-16, 2017 (funded through the General Fund) Action
11.7 CURRICULUM: Overnight Field Trip Request for Perris High School's Advancement Via Individual Determination Students to Visit Southern California College Campuses, April 4-6, 2017 (funded through Student Fundraising and Personal Expense, not the General Fund) Action
11.8 CURRICULUM: Overnight Field Trip Request for Perris High School's Future Farmers of America Students to Attend Various Agriculture Field Days in March 2017 (funded through Perris High School's Agriculture Incentive Grant/Perkins fund and Student Body fund, not the General Fund) Action
11.9 CURRICULUM: Overnight Field Trip Request for Perris High School JROTC Cadets to Attend the 14th Annual JROTC Cadet Leadership Camp at Fort Irwin, California, March 17-21, 2017 (funded through the United States Army, not the General Fund) Action
11.10 CURRICULUM: Overnight Field Trip Request for Heritage High School's Future Farmers of America Students to Attend the Modesto Junior College Agriculture Field Day Competition on March 24-25, 2017, in Modesto, California (funded through Heritage High School's Agriculture Incentive Grant/Perkins Fund and Student Body Fund, not the General Fund) Action
11.11 CURRICULUM: Overnight Field Trip Request for Heritage High School's Dance Team Students to Attend the 35th Annual Southwest Dance, Movement, and Acro-Sports Workshop in Palm Springs, California, April 29-30, 2017 (funded through the Associated Student Body Dance Team fund, not the General Fund) Action
11.12 CURRICULUM: Overnight Field Trip Request for Heritage High School and Paloma Valley High School Students to Attend the Active Youth Conference at Camp Buckhorn in Idyllwild, California, March 10-12, 2017 (funded through Heritage and Paloma Valley High Schools’ Friday Night Live Clubs and Associated Student Body funds, not the General Fund) Action
11.13 CURRICULUM: Overnight Field Trip Request for Heritage High School's Key Club Officers and Members to Attend the 71st Annual Key Club California-Nevada-Hawaii District Convention in Anaheim, California, April 7-9, 2017 (funded through Heritage High School's Key Club/Associated Student Body funds, not the General Fund) Action
11.14 CURRICULUM: Overnight Field Trip Request for Heritage High School Theater Student Members to Attend the 2017 California State Thespian Conference in Upland, California, March 31 – April 2, 2017; And, Out-of-State Field Trip Request for Members Who Qualify to Attend the International Thespian Festival, June 19-24, 2017 in Omaha, Nebraska (pending qualification at the State level in April 2017) (funded through Heritage High School's Associated Student Body Drama Club Account and Fundraising, not the General Fund) Action
11.15 CURRICULUM: Overnight Field Trip Request for Paloma Valley High School Students to Attend the California Association of Student Leaders State Conference in San Jose, California, April 1-3, 2017 (funded through the Associated Student Body, not the General Fund) Action
11.16 CURRICULUM: Overnight Field Trip Requests for Paloma Valley High School Boys' Varsity Volleyball Team to Attend Tournaments at Foothill High School, in Santa Ana, March 17-18, 2017; and at Valley Christian High School, in Cerritos, on March 24-25, 2017 (funded through the Associated Student Body, not the General Fund) Action
11.17 CURRICULUM: Renewal of Agreement With Blackboard Connect, Incorporated for ParentLink and Blackboard Connect K-12 Services (funded through the General Fund and the Charter School) Action
11.18 CURRICULUM: Amendment to the Agreement With the Foundation for Community Colleges for the California College Guidance Initiative (funded through the General Fund and the Charter School) Action
11.19 CURRICULUM: Purchasing Agreement With Solution Tree, Incorporated for Professional Development Services (funded through the Educator Effectiveness Grants, not the General Fund) Action
11.20 CURRICULUM: Revised Specially Designed Physical Education Course (not an A-G course) Action
11.21 CURRICULUM: Revised Course: Middle School Yearbook (not an A-G course) Action
11.22 CURRICULUM: Revised Course: PC Graphics and Design (meets A-G requirements) Action
11.23 CURRICULUM: Revised Course: CTE Business/Computer Technology (meets A-G requirements) Action
11.24 CURRICULUM: New High School Course: Agriculture/Science – Environmental Horticulture Science (meets A-G requirements) Action
11.25 BUILDING AND GROUNDS: Approval for the Career Technical Education Building at Paloma Valley High School and Approval of Contracts With American Modular Systems, BakerNowicki Design Studio, and Neff Construction for the Purchase, Design, and Construction Management (funded through the Career Technical Education Incentive Grant, not the General Fund) Action
11.26 BUILDING AND GROUNDS: Construction Management Services Agreement With Neff Construction for the Paloma Valley High School Auto Shop Conversion Project (funded through the Career Technical Education Incentive Grant, Perkins Grant, and the Local Control Accountability Plan Supplemental and Concentration Funds) Action
11.27 BUILDING AND GROUNDS: Resolution:12:16-17 Amendment No. 1 to the Power Purchase Agreement and Revisions to the Form Solar Site Easement Agreement Between the Perris Union High School District and Sol Systems, LLC for the Design, Installation, Operation and Maintenance of Solar Photovoltaic Systems on Selected School Sites (no fiscal impact) Action
11.28 BUSINESS: Report of Purchases - January 2017 Action
11.29 BUSINESS: Approval of J13A, Request for Allowance of Attendance Because of Emergency Conditions Action
11.30 BUSINESS: Ratification of Amendment No. 2 to the Joint Use of Facilities Agreement Between the Perris Union High School District and the City of Perris (no fiscal impact) Action
11.31 BUSINESS: Authorization to Utilize Piggybackable San Gabriel Valley Food Services Cooperative Purchasing Group Contract #1173-15/16 as Awarded to Gold Star Foods Incorporated for Frozen and Refrigerated Foods (funded through Nutrition Services, not the General Fund) Action
11.32 BUSINESS: Consultant Agreement With Rhonda Hensley (funded through the Nutrition Services fund and General Fund) Action
11.33 BUSINESS: Notice of Intent to Provide for Audit Action
11.34 BUSINESS: Declaration of Surplus Property Action
11.35 BUSINESS: Donations - Perris Union High School District Action
11.36 BOARD POLICIES: Business and Noninstructional Operations (Series 3000) Action
Oral Reports (Continued)
12.1 Introduction of Promoted and/or New Employees (if necessary) Info
12.2 Report on 2016 Title III Annual Measurable Achievement Objectives Results Info
12.3 Advance Placement, Honors and Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) Enrollment Data Reports Info
Written Reports
13.1 DISCIPLINE: January Monthly Suspension Report Info
Action Items
14.1 GENERAL FUNCTIONS: 2017 CSBA Delegate Assembly Election Action
14.2 PERSONNEL: Approval of Side Letter Agreement 5:2015-18 Between the Perris Union High School District and the Perris Secondary Educators Association Regarding Additional Classroom Period Pay. Action
Information Items
15.1 CURRICULUM: Revised Middle School Courses: Language Arts 7 and Language Arts 8 (not A-G courses) Info
15.2 CURRICULUM: Revised Course: Middle School Journalism (not an A-G course) Info
15.3 CURRICULUM: The Literary World of Harry Potter (meets A-G requirements) Info
15.4 CURRICULUM: Advanced Algebra With Financial Applications (meets A-G requirements) Info
15.5 CURRICULUM: Math Textbook Adoption Info
15.6 BUSINESS: Revolving Cash Report - January 2017 Info
Closed Session (if necessary)
16.1 CLOSED SESSION (IF NECESSARY) Action
Reconvene in Public Session (if necessary)
17.1 RECONVENE IN PUBLIC SESSION (IF NECESSARY) Info
Action Items (Continued)
18.1 DISCIPLINE: Board Review of Discipline Matters Action
18.2 DISCIPLINE: Reinstatement of Student Discipline Matters Action
Other Items by the Superintendent
19.1 OTHER ITEMS BY THE SUPERINTENDENT Info
Other Items by the Board of Trustees
20.1 OTHER ITEMS BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES Info
Adjournment
21.1 ADJOURNMENT: Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees for February 15, 2017 Action