May 17, 2012 Board Meeting

Board of Education Meeting

4:30 p.m. Closed Session
6:30 p.m. Open Session

Agenda Items


9.1 Public Hearing and Review of Proposed Adoption of Developer Fee Increase

SCI Developer Fee Justification Report


10.1  Design Team Updates: School of Engineering & Science and A.M. Winn Elementary School

Power Point Presentation

10.2  2011-12 Third Interim Financial Report and Preliminary May Revise Update

Power Point Presentation


10.3 Middle Schools Data Report

Power Point Presentation

10.4 Civic Permit Policy Review and Update

Power Point Presentation

10.5  Coherent Governance Operational Expectations 9 (OE-9) Communicating with the Public Monitoring Report

10.6 Coherent Governance Operational Expectations 5 (OE-5) Financial Planning Monitoring Report


11.1a Approve Grants, Entitlements and Other Income Agreements, Ratification of Other Agreements, Approval of Bid Awards, Approval of Declared Surplus Materials and Equipment, Change Notices and Notices of Completion

11.1b Approve Personnel Transactions

11.1c Business and Financial Report: Warrants and Checks Issued for the Period of April, 2012

11.1d Approve Board of Education Meeting Minutes for April 12 and 19, 2012 Regular Meetings and May 2, 2012 Special Meeting

11.1e Approve Mandatory Reporting to the Sacramento County Office of Education – Uniform Complaints Regarding the Williams Settlement Processed for the Period of January through March, 2012

11.1f Adoption of Resolution No. 2706: Adoption of Increase in Developer Fees

11.1g Approve Sam Brannan Middle School Field Trip to Ashland, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, May 31 – June 2, 2012

11.1h Approve the Budget Revision of the 2011-12 Fiscal Year, for the Period Ending April 30, 2012

11.1i Approve Petition to Renew the North Franklin Property-Based Business Improvement District No. 2012-03

11.1j Approve Sutter Middle School Field Trip to Washington, D.C., June 15-19, 2012


12.1 Business and Financial Report:

 Video Archive

Contact the Board of Education Office at (916) 643-9314.

Response to Public Questions

1. How will the district provide staff for events scheduled through the civic permits process with custodial and plant manager layoffs?

Response: The option to work a permitted event is offered to school site staff first. If school site staffers decline the work, it is offered to other district staff or a substitute custodian/plant manager is used. Laid-off custodians and plant managers have the option to apply for substitute positions.

2. Do we calculate drop-out rates for middle school students?

Response: Drop-out data for middle schools has not been collected by the California Department of Education since 2004-05. Drop-out data for high schools was presented during the high school data presentation to the Board of Education. The information can be found here.