Agenda
TYPE: Regular Board Meeting
DATE: 1/16/2019 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
4.6 CONFERENCE WITH REAL PROPERTY NEGOTIATORS - Pursuant to Government Code § 54956.8 - Property Located East of the 215 Freeway and North of McCall Boulevard, Menifee, Riverside County, California, Agency Negotiators: Perris Union High School District Real Property Negotiators Candace Reines, Deputy Superintendent - Business Services and Dr. Fred Good, Facilities Consultant, Under Negotiation: Instruction to Negotiators Will Include Terms of Payment and Price 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 Nelissen 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: January 16, 2019 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 PSEA President Vickey Mueller Info
9.5 CSEA President Josh Rushing Info
9.6 Comments by the Board of Trustees 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 December 12, 2018 Action
11.3 CURRICULUM: Out-of-State Field Trip Request for Paloma Valley High School NJROTC Cadets to Attend the Navy Nationals in Pensacola, Florida, April 3-8, 2019 (funded through the NJROTC Associated Student Body Fund in the Amount of $16,821.22, not the General Fund) Action
11.4 CURRICULUM: Overnight Field Trip Request for Two Heritage High School Future Farmers of America Students to Attend the Sacramento Leadership Experience in Sacramento, California, February 19-23, 2019 (funded through Heritage High School's Associated Student Body Funds in the Amount of $350 per Person, not the General Fund) Action
11.5 CURRICULUM: Overnight Field Trip Request for Paloma Valley High School's Advancement Via Individual Determination Students to Visit Northern California College Campuses, March 24-27, 2019 (funded through Paloma Valley High School's Associated Student Body/Advancement Via Individual Determination Fund in the Amount of $18,000, not the General Fund) Action
11.6 CURRICULUM: Overnight Field Trip Request for Heritage High School Theater Student Members to Attend the 2018 California State Thespian Conference in Upland, California, March 28-30, 2019 (funded through Heritage High School's Associated Student Body Drama Club Fund and Fundraising in the Amount of $250 per Student, not the General Fund) Action
11.7 CURRICULUM: Overnight Field Trip Request for Paloma Valley High School Students to Attend the California Association of Student Leaders State Conference in Santa Clara, California, April 6-8, 2019 (funded through the Associated Student Body Fund in the Amount of $395 per Student and $370 per Adult, not the General Fund) Action
11.8 CURRICULUM: Overnight Field Trip Request for Perris High School's Future Farmers of America Students to Attend the 91st Annual State Leadership Conference in Anaheim, California, April 26-29, 2019 (funded through Perris High School's Perkins Grant, and Student Body Funds in the Amount of $200 per Person, not the General Fund) Action
11.9 CURRICULUM: Ratification of Agreement and Addendum No. 1 for Professional Services With StaffRehab for Speech and Language Pathology Assistant Services (funded through Special Education in the Amount of $19,500, not the General Fund) Action
11.10 CURRICULUM: Ratification of Agreement and Addendum No. 1 for Professional Services With StaffRehab for Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant Services (funded through Special Education in the Amount of $19,500, not the General Fund) Action
11.11 CURRICULUM: Ratification of Agreement for Professional Services With Advanced Medical Personnel Services for Physical Therapy Services and Assessments (funded through Special Education at a Total Cost Not-To-Exceed $26,000, not the General Fund) Action
11.12 CURRICULUM: Ratification of Agreement With the Regents of the University of California for the Mathematics, Engineering, and Science Achievement Program (revenue) Action
11.13 CURRICULUM: Ratification of Solution Tree, Incorporated Purchase Agreement for District Wide Professional Learning Teams to Attend The Summit on Professional Learning Communities at Work, to be Held in Phoenix, Arizona, February 19-21, 2019 (funded through the Title I Professional Development Fund in the Amount of $30,618, not the General Fund) Action
11.14 CURRICULUM: Professional Services Agreement With Smile Premier, a Dental Hygiene Practice, for the Purpose of Providing Needed Dental Services to Students (no fiscal impact) Action
11.15 CURRICULUM: Revised High School Course: Agriculture/Science – Environmental Horticulture Science (meets A-G requirements) Action
11.16 BUSINESS: Report of Purchases - December 2018 Action
11.17 BUSINESS: Donations - Perris Union High School District Action
11.18 TECHNOLOGY: Out-of-State Conference Request for Joseph Williams to Attend the 2019 Education Week Leaders to Learn From Recognition Event in Washington, DC, May 2-3, 2019 (funded through the Title I Professional Development Fund at a Total Cost Not-To-Exceed $1,000, not the General Fund) Action
11.19 BOARD POLICIES: Community Relations (Series 1000) Action
11.20 BOARD POLICIES: Business and Noninstructional Operations (Series 3000) Action
Oral Reports (Continued)
12.1 Measure W Report by TBWB Strategies Info
12.2 Facilities Projects Update Info
12.3 Security Update Info
12.4 Special Education Presentation Info
Written Reports
13.1 GENERAL FUNCTIONS: Williams Settlement Quarterly Uniform Complaint Report Summary for October - December 2018 Info
13.2 DISCIPLINE: December 2018 Monthly Suspension Report Info
Action Items
14.1 PERSONNEL: Certificated Personnel Action Items Action
14.2 PERSONNEL: Classified Personnel Action Items Action
14.3 PERSONNEL: Resolution No. 14:18-19 - National School Counseling Week Action
14.4 PERSONNEL: Short Term Assignment Action
14.5 BUILDING AND GROUNDS: Ratification of Agreement With Earth Systems for Additional Pre-Bid Geotechnical Services Required for the Perris Union High School District, High School No. 4 Project (funded through Various Facilities Funds in the Amount of $44,700, not the General Fund) Action
14.6 BUILDING AND GROUNDS: Agreement With Earth Systems for Geotechnical and Materials Testing and Special Inspection Services required for the Perris Union High School District, High School No. 4 Project (funded through Various Facilities Funds estimated at $2,502,000, not the General Fund) Action
14.7 BUILDING AND GROUNDS: Inspector of Record Agreement With TYR Incorporated, for the Perris Union High School, High School No. 4 Project (funded through Various Facilities Funds estimated at $914,026.56, not the General Fund) Action
14.8 BUSINESS: Adoption of Resolution No. 13:18-19 Authorizing Perris Union High School District to Approve a Joint Community Facilities Agreement With the Eastern Municipal Water District and JVRL-220, LLC (revenue) Action
Information Items
15.1 CURRICULUM: New Course: Dance IV (meets A-G requirements) Info
15.2 BUSINESS: Revolving Cash Report - December 2018 Info
15.3 BOARD POLICIES: Business and Noninstructional Operations (Series 3000) 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
Adjournment
20.1 ADJOURNMENT: Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees for January 16, 2019 Action