Agenda
TYPE: Regular Board Meeting
DATE: 6/20/2018 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: Kirk Skorpanich, Assistant Superintendent - Human Resources; Employee Group: California School Employees Association (CSEA), Agency Representative: Kirk Skorpanich, Assistant Superintendent – 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 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: June 20, 2018 Action
Oral Reports
9.1 Report Out of Closed Session Info
9.2 District Update by the Superintendent Info
9.3 PSEA President Vickey Mueller Info
9.4 CSEA President Helen Stimach 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 Special Board Meeting - Study Sesson for May 16, 2018 Action
11.3 GENERAL FUNCTIONS: Minutes of the Regular Board Meeting for May 16, 2018 Action
11.4 GENERAL FUNCTIONS: Minutes of the Special Board Meeting for June 4, 2018 Action
11.5 GENERAL FUNCTIONS: Resolution No. 40:17-18 - Order of Election Action
11.6 GENERAL FUNCTIONS: 2018-19 Designation of California Interscholastic Federation Representatives to League Action
11.7 PERSONNEL: Ratification of Internship Credential Program Agreement With National University (no fiscal impact) Action
11.8 PERSONNEL: Ratification of Multi-Year Student Teaching and Practicum Agreement With National University (revenue) Action
11.9 PERSONNEL: Ratification of the Memorandum of Understanding With California Baptist University to Offer Reduced Tuition Rates (no fiscal impact) Action
11.10 PERSONNEL: Amendment No. 1 to the Supervised Field Placement Agreement With California State University San Bernardino (revenue) Action
11.11 PERSONNEL: Agreement With Frontline Education for Time and Attendance Software and Services (funded through the General Fund in the amount of $26,170 plus a one-time start up cost of $10,000) Action
11.12 PERSONNEL: Multi-Year Agreement With Gallup, Incorporated to Provide Employee Engagement Measurement and Reporting Services (funded through the General Fund in the amount of $17,500) Action
11.13 PERSONNEL: Memorandum of Understanding and Agreement IN40061 With the Riverside County Superintendent of Schools for Participation in the Center for Teacher Innovation Program (funded through the General Fund at a cost of up to $2,500 per teacher) Action
11.14 CURRICULUM: Out-of-State Conference Request for Gloria Webster to Attend the 2018 National Family and Community Engagement Conference in Cleveland, Ohio, July 11-13, 2018 (funded through Categorical funds in the amount of $3,260, not the General Fund) Action
11.15 CURRICULUM: Out-of-State Conference Request for Gretchen Schultz to Attend the 2018 National Science Education Leadership Association’s Summer Leadership Institute in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 9-11, 2018 (funded through Categorical Funds in the amount of $1,500, not the General Fund) Action
11.16 CURRICULUM: Out-of-State Conference Request for Angelica Apodaca and Gretchen Schultz to attend the 7th Annual Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Forum and Expo in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 11-13, 2018 (funded through Categorical Funds in the amount of $3,400, not the General Fund) Action
11.17 CURRICULUM: Out-of-State Field Trip Request for Heritage High School's Future Farmers of America Officers and Advisor to Attend the 2018 National Future Farmers of America Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana, October 22-30, 2018 (funded through Heritage High School's Categorical Fund in the amount of $2,850 for Mr. Perotti and Student Fundraising, not the General Fund) Action
11.18 CURRICULUM: Overnight Field Trip Request for Perris High Students to Attend Jostens San Diego National Yearbook Workshop, July 23-26, 2018 (funded through Perris High School site funds in the amount of $4,000) Action
11.19 CURRICULUM: Ratification of Modification No. 1 to Agreement IN30162 With the Riverside County Superintendent of Schools for Intra-SELPA (Special Education Local Plan Area) Educational Services (funded through Special Education in the amount of $713,682, not the General Fund) Action
11.20 CURRICULUM: Ratification of Addendum No. 2 to Agreement for Professional Services With StaffRehab for Speech and Language Pathology Assistant Services (funded through Special Education in the amount of $15,960, not the General Fund) Action
11.21 CURRICULUM: Ratification of Affiliation Agreement for a Facility Learning Site With the Mt. San Jacinto Community College District to Provide a Summer Concurrent Enrollment Guidance Class at Heritage High School (no fiscal impact) Action
11.22 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 in the amount of $33,700) Action
11.23 CURRICULUM: Renewal of Agreement With Turnitin for Software and Training Services (funded through the Local Control Accountability Plan Supplemental and Concentration funds in the amount of $41,745) Action
11.24 CURRICULUM: Renewal of Licensed Product Agreement With Computer Information Concepts for Tableau Software and Services (funded through the General Fund and the Charter School in the amount of $29,155) Action
11.25 CURRICULUM: Renewal of End User License Agreement With Infinite Campus, Incorporated for the Student Information System (funded through the General Fund in the amount of $100,764) Action
11.26 CURRICULUM: Agreement for Professional Services With StaffRehab for Occupational Therapy Services and Assessments (funded through Special Education at a cost not to exceed $136,896, not the General Fund) Action
11.27 CURRICULUM: Agreement for Professional Services With RISE Interpreting Services (funded through Special Education at a cost not to exceed $98,840, not the General Fund) Action
11.28 CURRICULUM: Agreement With Rosetta Stone for Supplemental Online English Language Development (funded through Title III funds in the amount of $22,100, not the General Fund) Action
11.29 CURRICULUM: Agreement CW-03723 With the Riverside County Department of Public Social Services for the District to Provide Adult Educational Services (revenue) Action
11.30 CURRICULUM: Multi-Year Agreement IN-40035 With the Riverside County Superintendent of Schools for Career Technical Education Services (funded through the Local Control Accountability Plan Supplemental and Concentration funds in the amount of $857,000) Action
11.31 CURRICULUM: Multi-Year Agreement With WestED for the Evaluation of Expository Reading and Writing Curriculum (revenue) Action
11.32 CURRICULUM: Multi-Year Agreement With iO Education for the iO Education Data and Assessment Management System (funded through the General Fund and the Charter School in the amount of $78,406) Action
11.33 CURRICULUM: Multi-Year Operational Agreement With the Riverside Area Rape Crisis Center for Violence Prevention Programming Services (no fiscal impact) Action
11.34 CURRICULUM: Agricultural Career Technical Education Incentive Grant Applications for Heritage High School and Perris High School (funded through Categorical funds, not the General Fund) Action
11.35 CURRICULUM: Advancement Via Individual Determination College Readiness System Services and Products Agreement for Secondary Membership and Subscription Services (funded through Title I and Categorical funding in the amount of $11,721, not the General Fund) Action
11.36 CURRICULUM: School Sites' Single Plans for Student Achievement for 2018-19 (no fiscal impact) Action
11.37 CURRICULUM: Revised Course: Advanced Floral Design (meets A-G requirements) Action
11.38 CURRICULUM: Revised Middle School Course: Digital Skills Action
11.39 BUILDING AND GROUNDS: Ratification of Award of Bid #051418 to JB Bostick Company, Incorporated for Asphalt Slurry and Restripe at Five Sites (funded through Routine Restricted Maintenance funds in the amount of $165,000, not the General Fund) Action
11.40 BUILDING AND GROUNDS: Ratification of Award of Bid #051018 to ACCO Engineered Systems for the California Military Institute and Bus Barn HVAC Project (funded through Routine Restricted Maintenance funds in the amount of $89,838, not the General fund) Action
11.41 BUILDING AND GROUNDS: Award of Bid #052418 to Bell Roof Company for Roofing at Paloma Valley High School and Heritage High School (funded through Routine Restricted Maintenance Funds in the amount of $99,834) Action
11.42 BUILDING AND GROUNDS: Agreement With GeoSpective Technologies for Geographic Services (funded through the Capital Facilities fund in the amount of $27,300, not the General Fund) Action
11.43 BUSINESS: Report of Purchases - May 2018 Action
11.44 BUSINESS: Adoption of Resolution No. 35:17-18 Year-End Budget Adjustments for 2017-18 Action
11.45 BUSINESS: Adoption of Resolution No. 36:17-18 Temporary Loan Between Funds for 2018-19 Action
11.46 BUSINESS: Adoption of Resolution No. 37:17-18 Transfer of Appropriation for 2018-19 Action
11.47 BUSINESS: Amendment No. 2 to Agreement for Exclusive Vending Services With Vending One (revenue) Action
11.48 BUSINESS: Amendment No. 2 to Agreement With Jostens for Publication of the Perris High School Yearbook (funded through the Perris High School Associated Student Body fund in the amount of $15,982, not the General Fund) Action
11.49 BUSINESS: Amendment No. 2 to Agreement With Walsworth for Publication of the Heritage High School Yearbook (funded through the Heritage High School Associated Student Body fund in the amount of $29,058, not the General Fund) Action
11.50 BUSINESS: Amendment No. 2 to Agreement With Walsworth for Publication of the Paloma Valley High School Yearbook (funded through the Paloma Valley High School Associated Student Body fund in the amount of $49,825, not the General Fund) Action
11.51 BUSINESS: Amendment No. 3 for Agreement for Professional Services With Cherished Memories for Photography and Identification Card Services (funded through the General Fund and the Charter School only if over the amount alloted at a cost of $1 per card) Action
11.52 BUSINESS: Amendment No. 3 for Agreement for Professional Services With Clover Enterprises, Incorporated for Athletic Trainer/First Responder Services at Perris High School, Paloma Valley High School, Heritage High School, and Pinacate Middle School (funded through the General Fund in the amount of $57,450) Action
11.53 BUSINESS: Addendum No. 2 to the Agreement for the Award of Bid #102816 for Paper Products with P and R Paper Supply Company, Incorporated for Nutrition Services (funded through Nutrition Services, not the General Fund. The cost amount depends on the amount of product ordered) Action
11.54 BUSINESS: Renewal of Agreement With Follett for the Destiny Solution Software Program (funded through the General Fund in the amount of $17,422) Action
11.55 BUSINESS: Agreement for Legal Services With Fagen, Friedman, and Fulfrost LLP (funded through various facilities funding sources, Special Education, and the General Fund at a cost of $195 - $275 per hour) Action
11.56 BUSINESS: Agreement No. 18/19-0068 With the San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools for School-Based Medi-Cal Administrative Activities (funded through the General Fund at a cost not to exceed $10,946) Action
11.57 BUSINESS: Service Agreement With Paradigm Healthcare for Medi-Cal Administrative Activities (funded through the Restricted LEA Fund and the General Fund at a cost not to exceed $75,000) Action
11.58 BUSINESS: Sales and Service Agreement With Sanorbix LLC for Healthcare Reform Apps and Services (funded through the General Fund in the amount of $27,324) Action
11.59 BUSINESS: Event Agreement With Just My Prom for the 2019 Heritage High School Prom (funded through Heritage High School's Associated Student Body in the amount of $36,000, not the General Fund) Action
11.60 BUSINESS: Warranty Services Agreement With ConvergeOne for Cisco SMARTnet Warranty Services (funded through the General Fund in the amount of $44,675) Action
11.61 BUSINESS: Authorization to Renew Piggybackable Val Verde Unified School District Bid #FS16/17-01 as Awarded to Galasso's Bakery for Fresh Bread Products (funded through Nutrition Services, not the General Fund) Action
11.62 BUSINESS: Authorization to Utilize Piggybackable Fontana Unified School District Bid No. #15/16-1447 as Awarded to Sunrise Produce for Fresh Produce (funded through Nutrition Services, not the General Fund) Action
11.63 BUSINESS: Authorization to Utilize Piggybackable Ontario-Montclair Unified School District Contract #C-167-422 as Awarded to Hollandia Dairy for Milk, Dairy, Juice, and Ice Cream (funded through Nutrition Services, not the General Fund) Action
11.64 BUSINESS: Award of Contract With Kristi Jo Photography for Athletic and Club Photography Services for Perris High School (no fiscal impact) Action
11.65 BUSINESS: Award of Contract With Cherished Memories for Athletic and Club Photography Services for Paloma Valley High School (no fiscal impact) Action
11.66 BUSINESS: Award of Contract With Kristi Jo Photography for Athletic and Club Photography Services for Heritage High School (no fiscal impact) Action
11.67 BUSINESS: Award of Bid #041218 to Gold Star Foods for Frozen, Refrigerated, and Dry Foods (funded through Nutrition Services in the amount of $1,265,000, not the General Fund) Action
11.68 BUSINESS: Reappoint Designated Member and Ability to Seek Replacement to the Perris Union High School District Citizens’ Oversight Committee (Measure T Bond Election) Action
11.69 BOARD POLICIES: Security Updates - Series 0000; Series 1000; Series 3000 and Series 4000 Action
11.70 BOARD POLICIES: Community Relations (Series 1000) Action
11.71 BOARD POLICIES: Business and Noninstructional Operations (Series 3000) Action
11.72 BOARD POLICIES: Students (Series 5000) Action
11.73 BOARD POLICIES: Instruction (Series 6000) Action
Written Reports
12.1 DISCIPLINE: May 2018 Monthly Suspension Report Info
12.2 DISCIPLINE: June 2018 Monthly Suspension Report Info
Action Items
13.1 PERSONNEL: Certificated Personnel Action Items Action
13.2 PERSONNEL: Classified Personnel Action Items Action
13.3 PERSONNEL: Agreement of Employment, Assistant Superintendent, Educational Services Action
13.4 PERSONNEL: Resolution No. 39:17-18 Notice of Reduction in Force Due to Lack of Work of Classified Management Positions for the 2018-19 School Year Action
13.5 PERSONNEL: Resolution No. 41:17-18 - Notice of Elimination of Vacant Classified Positions Action
13.6 PERSONNEL: New Job Description: Coordinator of Safety and Security and Authorization to Recruit Action
13.7 PERSONNEL: Approval of Memorandum of Understanding Between the District and the Perris Secondary Educators Association Regarding the Adapted Physical Education Teacher Regular Work Day Action
13.8 PERSONNEL: Board Authorization to Teach in a Single Subject Area - Education Code 44258.7(b) Action
13.9 CURRICULUM: Agreement for Consulting Services With Nethersprings to Provide Health Education and Wellness Workshops for Parents (funded through Title I at a cost not to exceed $16,250, not the General Fund) Action
13.10 CURRICULUM: Local Control Accountability Plan and Annual Update for 2018-2019 Action
13.11 BUILDING AND GROUNDS: Award of Bid #060518 to Greer’s Contracting and Concrete, Incorporated for the Remodel of the Human Resources Department (funded through One-Time monies in the amount of $280,000, not the General Fund) Action
13.12 BUILDING AND GROUNDS: Multi-Year Consulting Services Master Agreement With Fred Good and Associates LLC (funded through Capital Facilities in the amount of $210/hr, not to exceed $125,000, not the General Fund) Action
13.13 BUILDING AND GROUNDS: Consideration and Approval of a Request for Proposals for Lease-Leaseback Construction Services for the Perris High School Completion Phase (no fiscal impact) Action
13.14 BUSINESS: Adoption of the 2018-19 District Budget Action
13.15 BUSINESS: Public Hearing for the California Military Institute Charter Renewal, and Approval of the California Military Institute Charter Renewal Action
13.16 BUSINESS: Agreement for Student Transportation Services Between the Hemet Unified School District and the Perris Union High School District (funded through the General Fund in the amount of $3,224,862) Action
13.17 BUSINESS: Agreement for Consulting Services With Rhonda Hensley (funded through the General Fund at $100/hr not to exceed $40,000) Action
13.18 BUSINESS: Agreement for Consulting Services With Vavrinek, Trine and Day, LLC for Fiscal Services (funded through the General Fund at a cost not to exceed $50,000) Action
13.19 BUSINESS: Marketing and Design Contract for Consulting Services With Inspire Social (funded through the General Fund at a cost of $12,000 per month, not to exceed $72,000) Action
13.20 BUSINESS: Consulting Services Agreement With Formation Technology, LLC for Information Technology Services (funded through the General Fund in the amount of $80,000) Action
Information Items
14.1 BUSINESS: Revolving Cash Report - May 2018 Info
14.2 BUSINESS: Proposed Process to Select a Name for High School #4 Info
14.3 BUSINESS: Proposed Bond Measure Resolution, Project List and Other Relevant Information Info
Closed Session (if necessary)
15.1 CLOSED SESSION (IF NECESSARY) Action
Reconvene in Public Session (if necessary)
16.1 RECONVENE IN PUBLIC SESSION (IF NECESSARY) Info
Action Items (Continued)
17.1 DISCIPLINE: Board Review of Discipline Matters Action
Other Items by the Superintendent
18.1 OTHER ITEMS BY THE SUPERINTENDENT Info
Other Items by the Board of Trustees
19.1 OTHER ITEMS BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES Info
Adjournment
20.1 ADJOURNMENT: Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees for June 20, 2018 Action