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Regular Board Meeting
San Jacinto USD
May 14, 2019 6:00PM
District Office Closed Session 4:30 Hyatt Room Board Room 2045 S. San Jacinto Ave. San Jacinto, CA 92583

Mission Statement:
We exist to educate and empower all students to achieve academic excellence, personal growth and social responsibility.
1. CALL TO ORDER-PUBLIC SESSION
1.1. Call to Order
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The Board President will call the meeting to order.
1.2. Public Comment on Closed Session Items
Quick Summary / Abstract:
At this time, members of the audience may address the Board regarding Closed Session agenda items. In accordance with Board Policy 9323, individual speakers will be allowed up to three minutes to address the Board on a Closed Session agenda item. A total of 21 minutes is allocated for each Closed Session agenda item. The Board is legally only able to act on items on the published agenda. No action can be taken on a non-agenda item discussed during public comment time.
2. CLOSED SESSION
2.1. Conference with Labor Negotiator
Quick Summary / Abstract:

Employee Organizations: SJTA 

District Negotiators: Diane Perez, Sherry Smith, Seth Heeren



2.2. Conference with Legal Counsel - Review Litigation Confidential agenda item.
Quick Summary / Abstract:

Review Litigation pursuant to Subdivision (b) of Government Code Section 54956.9: Claim #18-19-03, Southwick (for claimant).

Review Litigation pursuant to Subdivision (b) of Government Code Section 54956.9: Claim #18-19-04, Michels and Cifarelli (for minor).

Review Litigation pursuant to Subdivision (b) of Government Code Section 54956.9: Claim #18-19-05, Southwick (for minor).

2.3. Public Employee Discipline/Dismissal/Release, Gov’t Code 54957
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The Board of Trustees may review Public Employee Discipline/Dismissal/Release, per Gov’t Code 54957.  
2.4. Public Employee Performance Evaluation
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Superintendent
3. RECONVENE TO PUBLIC SESSION
3.1. Flag Salute
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The Board President will lead the Pledge of Allegiance.
3.2. Mission Statement
Quick Summary / Abstract:

Board President Norman will read our Mission Statement:

We exist to educate and empower all students to achieve academic excellence, personal growth and social responsibility.


4. PUBLIC SESSION
4.1. Preschool Update/Presentation
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Preschool parent representative will give a brief report to the Board of Trustees.
5. PRESENTATION
5.1. Student Performance
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Students from Estudillo Elementary School will perform for the Board of Trustees.
6. STUDENT REPORTS
6.1. Student Site Reports//Recognition of Student Site Representatives
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Students from secondary schools will report to the Board of Trustees on events at their sites. The Superintendent and Board President will recognize the Site Board Representatives for the service.
7. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION/RECOGNITION
7.1. Recognition
Quick Summary / Abstract:

Public recognition of students, volunteers, and community members takes place at this time.

1) Megan Cope Elementary School Principal Tye Allenbrand and Assistant Principal Chris Kelley will recognize Mrs. Cox for being a tremendous supporter of Megan Cope Elementary.

2) Superintendent Perez will recognize Mtn. View High School students Charles Brownlee, Jordan Youse, and Mon'ta Penn for the incredible job they did on the "escape" event for the Superintendent's Advisory Groups from San Jacinto High School and Mtn. View High School /Mtn. Heights Academy.





7.2. Round of Applause
Quick Summary / Abstract:

At this time staff will be recognized by the Board of Trustees.

1) Hyatt Elementary School Principal Inelda Luna will recognize the "NET" Team: Autumn Clark, Nicole Sumrall, Becky Troost

2) Enrollment Center Coordinator Cathy Remily will recognize School Nurses Kim DeWald and retiring Nurse Hillary Griffin.


8. PRESENTATION
8.1. Presentation of Steve Talley Art Contest Winners by the San Jacinto Education Foundation
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Members of the San Jacinto Education Foundation will present the 2019 Steve Talley Art Contest Winners to the Board of Trustees.
9. PRESENTATION
9.1. Presentation on Graduation 2019
Quick Summary / Abstract:
San Jacinto High School Principal Courtney Hall and Assistant Principal Steve Simpson will give a brief presentation on the graduation protocols regarding seating and use of the gym for additional viewing.
Attachments:
Presentation - Graduation 2019
10. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION/COMMENTS
10.1. Superintendent's Update
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The Superintendent will give an update to the Board of Trustees.
10.2. Members of the Audience (Open Forum)
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Members of the audience are invited to address the Board at this time. (All requests to address the Board must be on the green speaker slip and must be turned into the Superintendent's secretary prior to the start of the meeting. No request to address the Board will be accepted after the meeting begins. The Regular Board meetings are scheduled to begin at 6:00 p.m.) In accordance with Board Policy 9323, individual speakers will be allowed up to three minutes to address the Board on an agenda or non-agenda related item. A total of 21 minutes is allocated for each subject matter. The Board is legally only able to act on items on the published agenda. No action can be taken on a non-agenda item discussed during public comment time. If you should need more time than the allotted three minutes, please put your comments in a letter to the Board of Trustees. The Board appreciates your comments.
10.3. Student Board Member Update/Recognition
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Our Student Board Member will make a brief report to the Board of Trustees at this time. Student Board Members will be recognized by the Superintendent and Board of Trustees for their service.
10.4. San Jacinto Teacher Association Update
Quick Summary / Abstract:
SJTA President may give a brief update to the Board of Trustees.
10.5. San Jacinto Classified School Employee Association Update
Quick Summary / Abstract:
CSEA President may give a brief update to the Board of Trustees.
11. MEETING OF THE FINANCING AUTHORITY
11.1. Call to Order
Quick Summary / Abstract:

Board President Norman will call the Financing Authority Meeting to order.

11.2. Approve January 15, 2019 Financing Authority Meeting Minutes
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The January 15, 2019 Financing Authority Minutes are presented for review and approval.

Rationale:

The Board of Trustees is required to approve the minutes of the Financing Authority.

 
Recommended Motion:

It is recommended the Board of Trustees approve the January 15, 2019 minutes of the Financing Authority.


Attachments:
January 15, 2019 Financing Authority Minutes
11.3. Resolution 18-19-A1, SJUSD Financing Authority, Authorizing Special Tax Revenue Bonds, Series 2019
Quick Summary / Abstract:

Resolution No. 18-19-A1, A Resolution of the Board of Directors of the San Jacinto Unified School District Financing Authority authorizing the issuance of San Jacinto Unified School District Financing Authority Special Tax Revenue Bonds, Series 2019, in an aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $41,000,000, authorizing the execution and delivery of an Indenture, Bond Purchase Agreements and a Continuing Disclosure Agreement, authorizing the distribution of an official statement in connection therewith and authorizing the execution of necessary documents and certificates and related actions is presented for adoption.




Rationale:

The San Jacinto Unified School District Financing Authority desires to issue an Indenture and Continuing Disclosure Certificate in order to finance certain public capital improvements.

The Authority desires to issue San Jacinto Unified School District Special Tax Revenue Bonds, Series 2019 in the aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $41,000,000 in order to purchase the CFD No. 2003-1 Bonds, the CFD No. 2003-2 Bonds, the CFD No. 2004-3 Bonds, the CFD No. 2005-1 Bonds, the CFD No. 2005-2 Bonds, the CFD No. 2005-4 Bonds, the CFD No. 2006-1 Bonds and the CFD No. 2006-2 Bonds in order to assist in financing such public capital improvements.

Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, Incorporated, the underwriter, will purchase the Series 2019 Bonds from the Authority.

The Continuing Disclosure Certificate requires the Authority to provide disclosure of certain financial and operating dates and certain events on an ongoing basis.


 
Recommended Motion:

It is recommended the Board of Directors adopt Resolution No. 18-19-A1, A Resolution of the Board of Directors of the San Jacinto Unified School District Financing Authority authorizing the issuance of San Jacinto Unified School District Financing Authority Special Tax Revenue Bonds, Series 2019, in an aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $41,000,000, authorizing the execution and delivery of an Indenture, Bond Purchase Agreements and a Continuing Disclosure Agreement, authorizing the distribution of an official statement in connection therewith and authorizing the execution of necessary documents and certificates and related actions. 

Financial Impact:

Aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $41,000,000 of Special Tax Revenue Bonds.

Attachments:
Authority Bond Purchase Agreement
Authority Cont Disc K San Jacinto USD 2019 Pool
Authority Indenture San Jacinto USD 2019 Pool
BPA CFD 2003-1 (Tax A) San Jacinto USD 2019 Pool
BPA CFD 2003-2 (Tax B) San Jacinto USD 2019 Pool
BPA CFD 2004-3 (Tax B) San Jacinto USD 2019 Pool
BPA CFD 2005-1 (Tax B) San Jacinto USD 2019 Pool
BPA CFD 2005-2 (Tax A) San Jacinto USD 2019 Pool
BPA CFD 2005-4 (Tax B) San Jacinto USD 2019 Pool
BPA CFD 2006-1 (Tax B) San Jacinto USD 2019 Pool
BPA CFD 2006-2 (Tax B) San Jacinto USD 2019 Pool
Preliminary Official Statement Special Tax Revenue Bonds, Series 2019
Resolution 18-19-A1, Authority, Special Tax Revenue Bonds, Series 2019
11.4. Adjournment of Financing Authority Meeting
Quick Summary / Abstract:

The meeting was adjourned at _____.

 

     _______________________ _________________________

    John I. Norman                                                    Willie Hamilton                     

    Chairperson of the Board of Directors                 Secretary of the Board of Directors

    San Jacinto Financing Authority                          San Jacinto Financing Authority




12. FACILITIES CORPORATION
12.1. Call to Order
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Board President Norman will call the Facilities Corporation Meeting to order.
12.2. Approve Minutes of December 11, 2018 Meeting of the San Jacinto Unified School District Facilities Corporation
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The December 11, 2018 Minutes of the San Jacinto Unified School District Facilities Corporation are presented to the Board of Directors for review and approval.


Rationale:
Minutes of the San Jacinto Unified School District Facilities Corporation are required to be approved by the Board of Directors.
 
Recommended Motion:

It is recommended the Board of Directors approve the San Jacinto Unified School District Facilities Corporation Minutes of the December 11, 2018 Board Meeting.


Attachments:
Dec 11 2018 Minutes of the SJUSD Facilities Corp
12.3. Resolution 18-19-C1, SJUSD School Facilities Corporation, Authorizing Certificates of Participation 2020 Refunding
Quick Summary / Abstract:

Resolution No. 18-19-C1, A Resolution of the Board of Directors of the San Jacinto Unified School District School Facilities Corporation authorizing the execution and delivery of a Ground Lease, a Lease Agreement, an Assignment Agreement and a Trust Agreement with respect to the execution and delivery of San Jacinto Unified School District Certificates Of Participation (2020 Refunding), evidencing principal in an aggregate amount of not to exceed $37,000,000, and authorizing the execution of necessary documents and certificates and related actions is presented for adoption.



Rationale:

The San Jacinto Unified School District has determined that the issuance of a series of additional bonds can provide funds to finance certain additional facilities.

 
Recommended Motion:

It is recommended the Board of Directors adopt Resolution No. 18-19-C1, A Resolution of the Board of Directors of the San Jacinto Unified School District School Facilities Corporation authorizing the execution and delivery of a Ground Lease, a Lease Agreement, an Assignment Agreement and a Trust Agreement with respect to the execution and delivery of San Jacinto Unified School District Certificates Of Participation (2020 Refunding), evidencing principal in an aggregate amount of not to exceed $37,000,000, and authorizing the execution of necessary documents and certificates and related actions.

Financial Impact:

Aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $37,000,000 of Special Tax Bonds.

Attachments:
Assignment Agreement - San Jacinto USD COPs (2020 Refunding)
Ground Lease - San Jacinto USD COPs (2020 Refunding)
Lease Agreement - San Jacinto USD COPs (2020 Refunding)
Official Statement - San Jacinto USD Certificates of Participation
Resolution No. 18-19-C1, Facilities Corporation, COP (2020 Refunding)
Trust Agreement - San Jacinto USD COPs (2020 Refunding)
12.4. Adjournment of the Facilities Corporation Meeting
Quick Summary / Abstract:

The meeting was adjourned at _____________ .


_______________________                     ________________________

  President, Board of Directors                             Vice-President, Board of Directors  


13. PUBLIC HEARING
13.1. Public Hearing - San Jacinto Valley Academy (SJVA) Charter Renewal
Quick Summary / Abstract:

This is an opportunity for the Board of Trustees to solicit and review input from the public regarding the consideration of the San Jacinto Valley Academy charter renewal.

Rationale:

The Board of Trustees will hold a public hearing on the proposed charter renewal. The purpose of the hearing is to receive public comments on the provisions of the charter renewal, and for the Board to consider the level of support for the charter by parents and District employees. The charter renewal is available for review May 6, 2019 through June 11, 2019 in the Educational Services Office.

 
Attachments:
San Jacinto Valley Academy Charter Renewal Request
14. PERSONNEL
14.1. Personnel Services Report
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The Personnel Services Report for May 14, 2019 is presented to the Board of Trustees for approval.


Rationale:

The Personnel Services Report provides the Board of Trustees with recommendations for employment status of current and new District personnel and the approval of volunteers.

 
Recommended Motion:

It is recommended the Board of Trustees approve the Personnel Services Report for May 14, 2019.



Financial Impact:

N/A

Attachments:
Personnel Services Report
15. CONSENT AGENDA
15.1. Consent Agenda
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The Consent Agenda for May 14, 2019 is presented to the Board of Trustees for review and approval.
Rationale:

Consent agenda items are considered routine, requiring no discussion, and are normally all approved at one time by the Board. A Board member may request that an item be withdrawn from the consent list and acted upon separately.


 
Recommended Motion:

It is recommended the Board of Trustees approve the Consent Agenda for May 14, 2019 as presented.


Financial Impact:
Budgeted through a variety of funds.
Attachments:
April 15, 2019 Special Meeting Golden Paw Awards Minutes
April 9, 2019 Regular Meeting Minutes
BP5127 Graduation Ceremonies and Activities revised
Custodian Driver JD
May 14, 2019 Consent Agenda
Nutrition Services Assistant I JD
Nutrition Services Assistant II JD
Nutrition Services Assistant III JD
Warrant Report - April 2019
16. ACTION ITEMS - RESOLUTIONS
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The Board President will introduce each item. Normal procedure on action items includes: (1) Motion and second will be made on each item to begin discussion; (2) Questions or clarification by Board members and receiving additional background information or analysis from the administration on the item proposed for action; (3) Hear comments from the audience, so the Board may receive input from the public prior to the Board's discussion; (All requests to address the Board must be on the green speaker slip and must be turned into the Superintendent's secretary prior to the start of the meeting.  No requests to address the Board will be accepted after the start of the meeting.  Regular meetings are scheduled to begin at 6:00 p.m.) (4) Members of the Board will enter into discussion; and (5) Taking action on the agenda item.
16.1. Adopt Resolution No. 18-19-25, Remunerate Board Member Deborah Rex for the April 9, 2019 Board Meeting
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Resolution No. 18-19-25, Remunerate Board Member Deborah Rex for the April 9, 2019 Board Meeting is presented to the Board of Trustees for review and adoption.
Rationale:

Trustee Deborah Rex was unable to attend the April 9, 2019 Board Meeting.

Board Bylaw 9250 states:  "A member may be paid for meetings he/she missed when the Board, by resolution, finds that he/she was performing designated services for the district at the time of the meeting or that he/she was absent because of illness, jury duty or a hardship deemed acceptable by the Board." (Education Code 35120) 


 
Recommended Motion:
It is recommended the Board of Trustees adopt Resolution No. 18-19-25, Remunerate Board Member Deborah Rex for the April 9, 2019 Board Meeting.
Attachments:
Resolution 18-19-25, Remunerate Deborah Rex
16.2. Adopt Resolution No. 18-19-29, Recognizing the Contributions of Retirees to the San Jacinto Unified School District
Quick Summary / Abstract:

Resolution No. 18-19-29, Recognizing the Contributions of Retirees to the San Jacinto Unified School District, is presented to the Board of Trustees for adoption.


Rationale:

There are eight (8) employees (certificated and classified) retiring from the District. As these employees have made significant contributions to the District and to its students, the Board of Trustees would like to present each retiree with a resolution recognizing their contributions at the May 21, 2019 Retirement Reception.


 
Recommended Motion:

It is recommended the Board of Trustees adopt Resolution 18-19-29, Recognizing the Contributions of Alfonso Banks, Raymond Cooney, Karen Fisher, Hillary Griffin, Virginia Shepler, Shelley Sherfey, Jody Soto, and Caroline Worthington.


Financial Impact:

N/A

Attachments:
Resolution No. 18-19-29 Retirement Contributions
16.3. Resolution No. 18-19-26, Mutual Aid Agreement Between San Jacinto Unified School District and the City of San Jacinto 2019-2024
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Resolution No. 18-19-26, Mutual Aid Agreement Between the San Jacinto Unified School District and the City of San Jacinto is presented to the Board of Trustees for review and adoption and the Mutual Aid Agreement, 2019-2024 is presented for approval.

Rationale:

The Standardized Emergency Management System known as SEMS is the system required by Government Code 8607(a) for managing response to multi-agency and multi-jurisdiction emergencies by all State and Federal agencies in California. The San Jacinto Unified School District and The City of San Jacinto have adopted the SEMS system, resulting in increased cooperation and efficiency among all emergency management organizations in Riverside County and making them eligible for State Reimbursement of disaster-related costs. SJUSD previously had a five year contract with the City of San Jacinto and are recommending renewal with a five year agreement, 2019 - 2024.


 
Recommended Motion:

It is recommended the Board of Trustees adopt Resolution No. 18-19-26 and approve Mutual Aid Agreement Between the San Jacinto Unified School District and the City of San Jacinto, 2019 - 2024.

Attachments:
Mutual Aid Agreement - SJUSD & City of San Jacinto
Resolution 18-19-26, Mutual Aid Agreement Between SJUSD & City of SJ
16.4. Adopt Resolution No. 18-19-23, Release Certificated Personnel from Temporary Employment
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Resolution 18-19-23, Release Certificated Personnel from Temporary Employment is presented to the Board of Trustees for adoption.
Rationale:

Education Code 44954 allows the Board of Trustees to release temporary employee(s) before the end of the school year by notice of the District's decision not to reelect the employee(s) for the next succeeding school year.

 
Recommended Motion:

It is recommended to Board of Trustees adopt Resolution No. 18-19-23, Release Certificated Personnel from Temporary Employment.

Financial Impact:

N/A

Attachments:
Resolution No. 18-19-23 Temp Release
16.5. Resolution No. 18-19-27, Authorizing the Issuance of CFD No. 2003-1, Special Tax Bonds, Series B
Quick Summary / Abstract:

Resolution No. 18-19-27, Authorizing the issuance of Community Facilities District No. 2003-1 of the San Jacinto Unified School District Special Tax Bonds (infrastructure projects), Series B, in an aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $6,000,000, authorizing the execution and delivery of a First Supplemental Indenture, a Bond Purchase Agreement and a Representation Letter, authorizing the inclusion of certain information with respect to Community Facilities District No. 2003-1 of the San Jacinto Unified School District in an official statement of the San Jacinto Unified School District Financing Authority to be distributed in connection therewith and authorizing the execution of necessary documents and certificates and related actions is presented for adoption.



Rationale:

The San Jacinto Unified School District has determined that the issuance of a series of additional bonds can provide funds to finance certain public facilities.

Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, Incorporated, the underwriter, will purchase the bonds from Community Facilities District 2003-1.




 
Recommended Motion:

It is recommended the Board of Trustees adopt Resolution No. 18-19-27, Authorizing the issuance of Community Facilities District No. 2003-1 of the San Jacinto Unified School District Special Tax Bonds (infrastructure projects), Series B, in an aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $6,000,000, authorizing the execution and delivery of a First Supplemental Indenture, a Bond Purchase Agreement and a Representation Letter, authorizing the inclusion of certain information with respect to Community Facilities District No. 2003-1 of the San Jacinto Unified School District in an official statement of the San Jacinto Unified School District Financing Authority to be distributed in connection therewith and authorizing the execution of necessary documents and certificates and related actions.


Financial Impact:

Aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $6,000,000 of Special Tax Bonds.


Attachments:
BPA CFD 2003-1 (Tax A) San Jacinto USD 2019 Pool
First Supp Indenture CFD 2003-1 (Tax A) San Jacinto USD 2019 Pool
Preliminary Official Statement Special Tax Revenue Bonds, Series 2019
Representation Letter (2003-1)
Resolution No. 18-19-27, CFD No. 2003-1
16.6. Resolution No. 18-19-28, Authorizing the Issuance of CFD No. 2003-2, Special Tax Bonds, Series A
Quick Summary / Abstract:

Resolution No. 18-19-28, Authorizing the issuance of Community Facilities District No. 2003-2 of the San Jacinto Unified School District Special Tax Bonds (school facilities projects), Series A, in an aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $2,250,000, authorizing the execution and delivery of an Indenture, a Bond Purchase Agreement and a Representation Letter, authorizing the inclusion of certain information with respect to Community Facilities District No. 2003-2 of the San Jacinto Unified School District in an official statement of the San Jacinto Unified School District Financing Authority to be distributed in connection therewith and authorizing the execution of necessary documents and certificates and related actions is presented for adoption.


Rationale:

The San Jacinto Unified School District has determined that the issuance of a series of additional bonds can provide funds to finance certain school facilities.

Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, Incorporated, the underwriter, will purchase the bonds from Community Facilities District 2003-2.




 
Recommended Motion:

It is recommended the Board of Trustees adopt Resolution No. 18-19-28, Authorizing the issuance of Community Facilities District No. 2003-2 of the San Jacinto Unified School District Special Tax Bonds (school facilities projects), Series A, in an aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $2,250,000, authorizing the execution and delivery of an Indenture, a Bond Purchase Agreement and a Representation Letter, authorizing the inclusion of certain information with respect to Community Facilities District No. 2003-2 of the San Jacinto Unified School District in an official statement of the San Jacinto Unified School District Financing Authority to be distributed in connection therewith and authorizing the execution of necessary documents and certificates and related actions.


Financial Impact:

Aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $2,250,000 of Special Tax Bonds.

Attachments:
BPA CFD 2003-2 (Tax B) San Jacinto USD 2019 Pool
Indenture CFD 2003-2 (Tax B) San Jacinto USD 2019 Pool
Preliminary Official Statement Special Tax Revenue Bonds, Series 2019
Representation Letter (2003-2)
Resolution No. 18-19-28, CFD No. 2003-2
16.7. Resolution No. 18-19-30, Authorizing the Issuance of CFD No. 2004-3, Special Tax Bonds, Series A
Quick Summary / Abstract:

Resolution No. 18-19-30, Authorizing the issuance of Community Facilities District No. 2004-3 of the San Jacinto Unified School District Special Tax Bonds (school facilities projects), Series A, in an aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $4,000,000, authorizing the execution and delivery of an Indenture, a Bond Purchase Agreement and a Representation Letter, authorizing the inclusion of certain information with respect to Community Facilities District No. 2004-3 of the San Jacinto Unified School District in an official statement of The San Jacinto Unified School District Financing Authority to be distributed in connection therewith and authorizing the execution of necessary documents and certificates and related actions is presented for adoption.



Rationale:

The San Jacinto Unified School District has determined that the issuance of a series of additional bonds can provide funds to finance certain school facilities.

Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, Incorporated, the underwriter, will purchase the bonds from Community Facilities District 2004-3.

 
Recommended Motion:

It is recommended the Board of Trustees adopt Resolution No. 18-19-30, Authorizing the issuance of Community Facilities District No. 2004-3 of the San Jacinto Unified School District Special Tax Bonds (school facilities projects), Series A, in an aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $4,000,000, authorizing the execution and delivery of an Indenture, a Bond Purchase Agreement and a Representation Letter, authorizing the inclusion of certain information with respect to Community Facilities District No. 2004-3 of the San Jacinto Unified School District in an official statement of The San Jacinto Unified School District Financing Authority to be distributed in connection therewith and authorizing the execution of necessary documents and certificates and related actions.


Financial Impact:

Aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $4,000,000 of Special Tax Bonds.

Attachments:
BPA CFD 2004-3 (Tax B) San Jacinto USD 2019 Pool
Indenture CFD 2004-3 (Tax B) San Jacinto USD 2019 Pool
Preliminary Official Statement Special Tax Revenue Bonds, Series 2019
Representation Letter (2004-3)
Resolution No. 18-19-30, CFD No. 2004-3
16.8. Resolution No. 18-19-31, Authorizing the Issuance of CFD No. 2005-1, Special Tax Bonds, Series A
Quick Summary / Abstract:

Resolution No. 18-19-31, Authorizing the issuance of Community Facilities District No. 2005-1 of the San Jacinto Unified School District Special Tax Bonds (school facilities projects), Series A, in an aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $5,250,000, authorizing the execution and delivery of an Indenture, a Bond Purchase Agreement and a Representation Letter, authorizing the inclusion of certain information with respect to Community Facilities District No. 2005-1 of the San Jacinto Unified School District in an official statement of the San Jacinto Unified School District Financing Authority to be distributed in connection therewith and authorizing the execution of necessary documents and certificates and related actions is presented for adoption.

Rationale:

The San Jacinto Unified School District has determined that the issuance of a series of additional bonds can provide funds to finance certain school facilities.

Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, Incorporated, the underwriter, will purchase the bonds from Community Facilities District 2005-1.

 
Recommended Motion:

It is recommended the Board of Trustees adopt Resolution No. 18-19-31, Authorizing the issuance of Community Facilities District No. 2005-1 of the San Jacinto Unified School District Special Tax Bonds (school facilities projects), Series A, in an aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $5,250,000, authorizing the execution and delivery of an Indenture, a Bond Purchase Agreement and a Representation Letter, authorizing the inclusion of certain information with respect to Community Facilities District No. 2005-1 of the San Jacinto Unified School District in an official statement of the San Jacinto Unified School District Financing Authority to be distributed in connection therewith and authorizing the execution of necessary documents and certificates and related actions.

Financial Impact:

Aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $5,250,000 of Special Tax Bonds.

Attachments:
BPA CFD 2005-1 (Tax B) San Jacinto USD 2019 Pool
Indenture CFD 2005-1 (Tax B) San Jacinto USD 2019 Pool
Preliminary Official Statement Special Tax Revenue Bonds, Series 2019
Representation Letter (2005-1)
Resolution No. 18-19-31, CFD No. 2005-1
16.9. Resolution No. 18-19-32, Authorizing the Issuance of CFD No. 2005-2, Special Tax Bonds, Series B
Quick Summary / Abstract:

Resolution No. 18-19-32, Authorizing the issuance of Community Facilities District No. 2005-2 of the San Jacinto Unified School District Special Tax Bonds (infrastructure projects), Series B, in an aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $4,000,000, authorizing the execution and delivery of a First Supplemental Indenture, a Bond Purchase Agreement and a Representation Letter, authorizing the inclusion of certain information with respect to Community Facilities District No. 2005-2 of the San Jacinto Unified School District in an official statement of the San Jacinto Unified School District Financing Authority to be distributed in connection therewith and authorizing the execution of necessary documents and certificates and related actions is presented for adoption.

Rationale:

The San Jacinto Unified School District has determined that the issuance of a series of additional bonds can provide funds to finance certain public facilities.

Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, Incorporated, the underwriter, will purchase the bonds from Community Facilities District 2005-2.

 
Recommended Motion:

It is recommended the Board of Trustees adopt Resolution No. 18-19-32, Authorizing the issuance of Community Facilities District No. 2005-2 of the San Jacinto Unified School District Special Tax Bonds (infrastructure projects), Series B, in an aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $4,000,000, authorizing the execution and delivery of a First Supplemental Indenture, a Bond Purchase Agreement and a Representation Letter, authorizing the inclusion of certain information with respect to Community Facilities District No. 2005-2 of the San Jacinto Unified School District in an official statement of the San Jacinto Unified School District Financing Authority to be distributed in connection therewith and authorizing the execution of necessary documents and certificates and related actions.

Financial Impact:

Aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $4,000,000 of Special Tax Bonds.

Attachments:
BPA CFD 2005-2 (Tax A) San Jacinto USD 2019 Pool
First Supp Indenture CFD 2005-2 (Tax A) San Jacinto USD 2019 Pool
Preliminary Official Statement Special Tax Revenue Bonds, Series 2019
Representation Letter (2005-2)
Resolution No. 18-19-32, CFD No. 2005-2
16.10. Resolution No. 18-19-33, Authorizing the Issuance of CFD No. 2005-4, Special Tax Bonds, Series A
Quick Summary / Abstract:

Resolution No. 18-19-33, Authorizing the issuance of Community Facilities District No. 2005-4 of the San Jacinto Unified School District Special Tax Bonds (school facilities projects), Series A, in an aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $6,250,000, authorizing the execution and delivery of an Indenture, a Bond Purchase Agreement and a Representation Letter, authorizing the inclusion of certain information with respect to Community Facilities District No. 2005-4 of the San Jacinto Unified School District in an official statement of the San Jacinto Unified School District Financing Authority to be distributed in connection therewith and authorizing the execution of necessary documents and certificates and related actions is presented for adoption.

Rationale:

The San Jacinto Unified School District has determined that the issuance of a series of additional bonds can provide funds to finance certain school facilities.

Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, Incorporated, the underwriter, will purchase the bonds from Community Facilities District 2005-4.

 
Recommended Motion:

It is recommended the Board of Trustees adopt Resolution No. 18-19-33, Authorizing the issuance of Community Facilities District No. 2005-4 of the San Jacinto Unified School District Special Tax Bonds (school facilities projects), Series A, in an aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $6,250,000, authorizing the execution and delivery of an Indenture, a Bond Purchase Agreement and a Representation Letter, authorizing the inclusion of certain information with respect to Community Facilities District No. 2005-4 of the San Jacinto Unified School District in an official statement of the San Jacinto Unified School District Financing Authority to be distributed in connection therewith and authorizing the execution of necessary documents and certificates and related actions.

Financial Impact:

Aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $6,250,000 of Special Tax Bonds.



Attachments:
BPA CFD 2005-4 (Tax B) San Jacinto USD 2019 Pool
Indenture CFD 2005-4 (Tax B) San Jacinto USD 2019 Pool
Preliminary Official Statement Special Tax Revenue Bonds, Series 2019
Representation Letter (2005-4)
Resolution No. 18-19-33, CFD No. 2005-4
16.11. Resolution No. 18-19-34, Authorizing the Issuance of CFD No. 2006-1, Special Tax Bonds, Series A
Quick Summary / Abstract:

Resolution No. 18-19-34, Authorizing the issuance of Community Facilities District No. 2006-1 of the San Jacinto Unified School District Special Tax Bonds (school facilities projects), Series A, in an aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $6,250,000, authorizing the execution and delivery of an Indenture, a Bond Purchase Agreement and a Representation Letter, authorizing the inclusion of certain information with respect to Community Facilities District No. 2006-1 of the San Jacinto Unified School District in an official statement of the San Jacinto Unified School District Financing Authority to be distributed in connection therewith and authorizing the execution of necessary documents and certificates and related actions is presented for adoption.

Rationale:

The San Jacinto Unified School District has determined that the issuance of a series of additional bonds can provide funds to finance certain school facilities.

Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, Incorporated, the underwriter, will purchase the bonds from Community Facilities District 2006-1.

 
Recommended Motion:

It is recommended the Board of Trustees adopt Resolution No. 18-19-34, Authorizing the issuance of Community Facilities District No. 2006-1 of the San Jacinto Unified School District Special Tax Bonds (school facilities projects), Series A, in an aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $6,250,000, authorizing the execution and delivery of an Indenture, a Bond Purchase Agreement and a Representation Letter, authorizing the inclusion of certain information with respect to Community Facilities District No. 2006-1 of the San Jacinto Unified School District in an official statement of the San Jacinto Unified School District Financing Authority to be distributed in connection therewith and authorizing the execution of necessary documents and certificates and related actions.

Financial Impact:

Aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $6,250,000 of Special Tax Bonds.

Attachments:
BPA CFD 2006-1 (Tax B) San Jacinto USD 2019 Pool
Indenture CFD 2006-1 (Tax B) San Jacinto USD 2019 Pool
Preliminary Official Statement Special Tax Revenue Bonds, Series 2019
Representation Letter (2006-1)
Resolution No. 18-19-34, CFD No. 2006-1
16.12. Resolution No. 18-19-35, Authorizing the Issuance of CFD No. 2006-2, Special Tax Bonds, Series A
Quick Summary / Abstract:

Resolution No. 18-19-35, Authorizing the issuance of Community Facilities District No. 2006-2 of the San Jacinto Unified School District Special Tax Bonds (school facilities projects), Series A, in an aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $7,000,000, authorizing the execution and delivery of an Indenture, a Bond Purchase Agreement and a Representation Letter, authorizing the inclusion of certain information with respect to Community Facilities District No. 2006-2 of the San Jacinto Unified School District in an official statement of the San Jacinto Unified School District Financing Authority to be distributed in connection therewith and authorizing the execution of necessary documents and certificates and related actions is presented for adoption.

Rationale:

The San Jacinto Unified School District has determined that the issuance of a series of additional bonds can provide funds to finance certain school facilities.

Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, Incorporated, the underwriter, will purchase the bonds from Community Facilities District 2006-2.

 
Recommended Motion:

It is recommended the Board of Trustees adopt Resolution No. 18-19-35, Authorizing the issuance of Community Facilities District No. 2006-2 of the San Jacinto Unified School District Special Tax Bonds (school facilities projects), Series A, in an aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $7,000,000, authorizing the execution and delivery of an Indenture, a Bond Purchase Agreement and a Representation Letter, authorizing the inclusion of certain information with respect to Community Facilities District No. 2006-2 of the San Jacinto Unified School District in an official statement of the San Jacinto Unified School District Financing Authority to be distributed in connection therewith and authorizing the execution of necessary documents and certificates and related actions.


Financial Impact:

Aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $7,000,000 of Special Tax Bonds.


Attachments:
BPA CFD 2006-2 (Tax B) San Jacinto USD 2019 Pool
Indenture CFD 2006-2 (Tax B) San Jacinto USD 2019 Pool
Preliminary Official Statement Special Tax Revenue Bonds, Series 2019
Representation Letter (2006-2)
Resolution No. 18-19-35, CFD No. 2006-2
16.13. Resolution No. 18-19-41, SJUSD Authorizing Certificates of Participation (2020 Refunding)
Quick Summary / Abstract:

Resolution No. 18-19-41, Authorizing the execution and delivery of a Ground Lease, a Lease Agreement, a Trust Agreement, an Escrow Agreement, a Certificate Purchase Agreement and a Continuing Disclosure Agreement with respect to the execution and delivery of San Jacinto Unified School District Certificates of Participation (2020 Refunding), authorizing the execution and delivery of such certificates evidencing principal in an aggregate amount of not to exceed $37,000,000, authorizing the distribution of an official statement in connection therewith and authorizing the execution of necessary documents and certificates and related actions is presented for adoption.

Rationale:

In order to reduce the finance costs associated with the acquisition, construction, installation, improvement and equipping of certain schools and other capital facilities, San Jacinto Unified School District will execute and deliver the San Jacinto Unified School District Certificates of Participation (2020 Refunding).

 
Recommended Motion:

It is recommended the Board of Trustees adopt Resolution No. 18-19-41, Authorizing the execution and delivery of a Ground Lease, a Lease Agreement, a Trust Agreement, an Escrow Agreement, a Certificate Purchase Agreement and a Continuing Disclosure Agreement with respect to the execution and delivery of San Jacinto Unified School District Certificates of Participation (2020 Refunding), authorizing the execution and delivery of such certificates evidencing principal in an aggregate amount of not to exceed $37,000,000, authorizing the distribution of an official statement in connection therewith and authorizing the execution of necessary documents and certificates and related actions.

Financial Impact:

Aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $37,000,000 of Certificates of Participation.

Attachments:
Certificate Purchase Agreement - SanJacintoCOP 2019
Continuing Disclosure Agreement - San Jacinto USD COPs (2020 Refunding)
Escrow Agreement - San Jacinto USD COPs (2010 Refunding)
Ground Lease - San Jacinto USD COPs (2020 Refunding)
Lease Agreement - San Jacinto USD COPs (2020 Refunding)
Official Statement - San Jacinto USD Certificates of Participation
Resolution No. 18-19-41, SJUSD COP (2020 Refunding)
Trust Agreement - San Jacinto USD COPs (2020 Refunding)
16.14. Resolution No. 18-19-36, Approval of Piggyback Contracts and Cooperative Purchasing Agreements
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Resolution No. 18-19-36, Approval of Piggyback Contracts and Cooperative Purchasing Agreements is presented for adoption.

Rationale:

The District has determined that utilizing Piggyback Contracts and other Cooperative Purchasing Agreements are in the best interest of the District.


 
Recommended Motion:

It is recommended the Board of Trustees adopt Resolution No. 18-19-36, Approval of Piggyback Contracts and Cooperative Purchasing Agreements.


Attachments:
Resolution 18-19-36, Approve Piggyback Contracts
16.15. Resolution No. 18-19-37, Year-End Budget Adjustments
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Resolution No. 18-19-37, Year-End Budget Adjustments is presented for adoption.

Rationale:

Education Code Sections 42601 and 42602 require districts to make necessary budget adjustments in order to balance all accounts at the close of the fiscal year. It is requested the Board of Trustees adopt Resolution 18-19-37, Year-End Budget Adjustments, and authorize administration to make the necessary balancing transfers at the close of the fiscal year.


 
Recommended Motion:

It is recommended that the Board of Trustees adopt Resolution No. 18-19-37, Year-End Budget Adjustments.


Attachments:
Resolution 18-19-37, Year-End Budget Adjustments
16.16. Resolution No. 18-19-38, Authorizing the Disposal of Surplus Property for 2019-2020
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Resolution No. 18-19-38, Authorizing the Disposal of Surplus Property for 2019-2020 is presented for adoption.
Rationale:
All items to be disposed of are not considered to exceed the value of two thousand five hundred dollars ($2,500.00). Approval is requested to dispose of or sell outdated equipment and items in accordance with Education Code Sections 17545 and 17546.
 
Recommended Motion:

It is recommended the Board of Trustees adopt Resolution No. 18-19-38, Authorizing the Disposal of Surplus Property for 2019-2020.

Attachments:
Resolution 18-19-38, Authorizing Disposal of Surplus Property for 2019-2020
16.17. Resolution No. 18-19-40, Authorizing Application to the Director of Industrial Relations, State of California for a Certificate of Consent to Self-Insure Workers' Compensation Liabilities
Quick Summary / Abstract:

Resolution No. 18-19-40, Authorizing Application to the Director of Industrial Relations, State of CA for a Certificate of Consent to Self-Insure Workers' Compensation Liabilities is presented for adoption.

Rationale:

Following withdrawal from the Riverside Schools Risk Management Authority (RSRMA), the District is required to inform the State of California Department of Industrial Relations Office of Self-Insurance Plans, of the decision to join the Alliance of Schools for Cooperative Insurance Programs (ASCIP) JPA as an affiliate member for workers' compensation services effective July 1, 2019.

 
Recommended Motion:

It is recommended the Board adopt Resolution No. 18-19-40, Authorizing Application to the Director of Industrial Relations, State of CA for a Certificate of Consent to Self-Insure Workers' Compensation Liabilities.


Financial Impact:
Potential savings of 1/2% of current Workers' Compensation payroll rate.
Attachments:
Form A-2 Application for Certificate of Consent
Resolution No. 18-19-40, Application for a Certificate of Consent
16.18. Resolution No. 18-19-39, Authorization to Apply for Funding Under the Full-Day Kindergarten Grant Program
Quick Summary / Abstract:

Resolution No. 18-19-39, Authorization to Apply for Funding Under the Full-Day Kindergarten Grant Program is presented to the Board of Trustees for approval.



Rationale:

The District is in need of renovations and/or replacement portable classrooms for the full-day kindergarten classrooms at San Jacinto Elementary and Hyatt Elementary. The District will apply for a grant through the Office of Public School Construction for renovations or to replace portable classrooms for the full-day kindergarten classes at San Jacinto Elementary and Hyatt Elementary. A resolution by the Board of Trustees is a requirement of this grant.



 
Recommended Motion:

It is recommended the Board of Trustees adopt Resolution No. 18-19-39, Authorization to Apply for Funding Under the Full-Day Kindergarten Grant Program.

Attachments:
Resolution No. 18-19-39
17. ACTION ITEMS
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The Board President will introduce each item. Normal procedure on action items includes: (1) Motion and second will be made on each item to begin discussion; (2) Questions or clarification by Board members and receiving additional background information or analysis from the administration on the item proposed for action; (3) Hear comments from the audience, so the Board may receive input from the public prior to the Board's discussion; (All requests to address the Board must be on the green speaker slip and must be turned into the Superintendent's secretary prior to the start of the meeting.  No requests to address the Board will be accepted after the start of the meeting.  Regular meetings are scheduled to begin at 6:00 p.m.) (4) Members of the Board will enter into discussion; and (5) Taking action on the agenda item.
17.1. Approval for "Declaration of Need for Fully-Qualified Educators"
Quick Summary / Abstract:

The "Declaration of Need for Fully-Qualified Educators" to be submitted to the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing is submitted to the Board of Trustees for approval.


Rationale:

Title V Regulation 80026, which went into effect July 1, 1994, requires a "Declaration of Need for Fully-Qualified Educators" be submitted to the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing as a prerequisite to the issuance of any Emergency Permit and Limited Assignment holders. The District has historically hired teachers on Emergency Permits, particularly to fill Math, Science or areas of statewide shortage, such as the English Learner Program and Special Education. By identifying specific "teaching need areas" on the document sent to the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing, the Commission keeps current on individual district shortage areas. The District will continue to pursue fully credentialed teachers as a preference.

 
Recommended Motion:

It is recommended the Board of Trustees approve the filing of the "Declaration of Need for Fully-Qualified Educators" with the Commission on Teacher Credentialing.

Financial Impact:

N/A

17.2. Consider Claim Filed Against the District, Claim #18-19-03, Southwick (for claimant)
Quick Summary / Abstract:

The Board of Trustees will consider Claim #18-19-03, Southwick (for claimant), filed against the District. 

Rationale:

A notice of a claim filed against the District has been received. It is recommended the Board of Trustees consider Claim #18-19-03, Southwick (for claimant). If denied, a letter will be sent to the claimant.

 
Recommended Motion:

It is recommended the Board of Trustees deny Claim #18-19-03, Southwick (for claimant), which has been filed against the District.

17.3. Consider Claim Filed Against the District, Claim #18-19-04, Michels and Cifarelli (for minor)
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The Board of Trustees will consider Claim #18-19-04, Michels and Cifarelli (for minor), filed against the District. 
Rationale:

A notice of a claim filed against the District has been received. It is recommended the Board of Trustees consider Claim #18-19-04, Michels and Cifarelli (for minor). If denied, a letter will be sent to the claimant.

 
Recommended Motion:

It is recommended the Board of Trustees deny Claim #18-19-04, Michels and Cifarelli (for minor), which has been filed against the District. 

17.4. Consider Claim Filed Against the District, Claim #18-19-05, Southwick (for minor)
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The Board of Trustees will consider Claim #18-19-05, Southwick (for minor), filed against the District. 
Rationale:

A notice of a claim filed against the District has been received. It is recommended the Board of Trustees consider Claim #18-19-05, Southwick (for minor). If denied, a letter will be sent to the claimant.

 
Recommended Motion:

It is recommended the Board of Trustees deny Claim #18-19-05, Southwick (for minor), which has been filed against the District.

17.5. Comprehensive School Safety Plans
Quick Summary / Abstract:

The Board of Trustees is requested to review and approve the 2019-20 Comprehensive School Safety Plans for compliance with Education Code 32280.


Rationale:

Pursuant to Education Code 32280, every school in California is required to develop a Comprehensive School Safety Plan to address safety concerns identified through a systematic planning process.  A School Site Council or safety planning committee reviews and updates the plan, and shares it with law enforcement, the fire department and other first responder entities, as appropriate.

The plans explain how each site has addressed the required key components listed in Education Code 32282:

  1. Child Abuse Reporting
  2. Emergency Disaster Procedures
  3. Suspension/Expulsion Policies
  4. Procedures/Notification of Dangerous Pupils
  5. Discrimination and Harassment Policies
  6. Dress Code
  7. Procedures for Safe Ingress and Egress
  8. Safe & Orderly Environment for Learning and School Discipline
  9. Tactical Responses

The plans will be in effect for the 2019-2020 school year, and the yearly goals will be updated pending any discoveries made during an upcoming Facilities Vulnerability Assessment or from results of the California Healthy Kids Survey.  

A public meeting was held on March 19, 2019, for parents, community members, law enforcement, School Site Council representatives, teachers, classified staff and District Administration to review the plans and provide any further suggestions.  Further, an open invitation is posted on the District website for submitting questions or suggestions.


 
Recommended Motion:

It is recommended the Board of Trustees approve the Comprehensive School Safety Plans for posting on the District website.

Financial Impact:

No financial impact.

Attachments:
CSSP DeAnza Elementary
CSSP Estudillo Elementary
CSSP Hyatt Elementary
CSSP Megan Cope Elementary
CSSP Monte Vista Middle
CSSP Mtn. View High
CSSP North Mountain Middle
CSSP Park Hill Elementary
CSSP Record Elementary
CSSP San Jacinto Elementary
CSSP San Jacinto High
CSSP SJ Leadership Academy
17.6. Head Start Program Re-Application for 2019-2020
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The Head Start Program Re-Application for 2019-2020 is presented to the Board of Trustees for approval.

Rationale:

Each program year the Head Start Program must reapply for program funding. As part of the re-application process, services the community needs are documented as well as the plan the San Jacinto Unified School District's Head Start Preschool Program will use to meet those needs. The San Jacinto Unified School District's Head Start Preschool Program is requesting the Board of Trustees review and approve the Head Start 2019-2020 Re-Application which includes the documents listed below. 

The following documents are available for review in the Educational Services office: 

  1. SF 424
  2. SF 424A (attached)
  3. SF 424B-Assurances and Certifications (attached)
  4. Organizational Chart (Head Start Specific)
  5. Identification of Agency Programs
  6. Classroom Set-Up
  7. Budget Narrative (attached)
  8. Calendar/Timeline
  9. Program Self-Assessment Summary
  10. GABI/Budget Detail (attached)
  11. Parent Policy Committee and Governing Body Approval


 
Recommended Motion:
It is recommended the Board of Trustees approve the Head Start 2019-2020 Re-Application.

Attachments:
Budget Detail
Budget Narrative
SF 424 Application for Federal Assistance
SF 424A
SF 424B Assurances and Certifications
18. BOARD OR STAFF ANNOUNCEMENTS
18.1. Board or Staff Announcements
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The Board of Trustees and Cabinet Members may comment or make brief announcements at this time.
19. INFORMATION ITEMS
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Information items are generally included on the agenda for two reasons. One, to solicit reactions from the Board and public on matters which may be presented to the Board for action at a later date; and two, to provide presentations and information on a wide range of matters of interest to the Board of Trustees and public, but which require no action.
19.1. 2019-2020 Bell Schedules
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The Board of Trustees are presented with the 2019-2020 Bell Schedules for review.

Attachments:
Cope 2019-2020 Bell Schedule
DeAnza 2019-2020 Bell Schedule
Estudillo 2019-2020 Bell Schedule
Hyatt 2019-2020 Bell Schedule
MVHS 2019-2020 Bell Schedule
MVMS 2019-2020 Bell Schedule
North Mountain 2019-2020 Bell Schedule
Park Hill 2019-2020 Bell Schedule
Record 2019-2020 Bell Schedule
SJE 2019-2020 Bell Schedule
SJHS 2019-2020 Bell Schedule
SJLA 2019-2020 Bell Schedule
20. ADJOURNMENT
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The meeting was adjourned at ________p.m. in honor/memory of _____________.
Disability Information:
Upon request, this agenda will be made available in appropriate alternative formats to persons with disabilities, as required by Section 202 of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Any person with a disability, who requires a modification or accommodation in order to participate in a meeting, should direct such request to Gale Hill, Executive Assistant to the Superintendent and Board of Trustees, at (951) 929-7700, extension 4202, at least 48 hours before the meeting, if possible. If you require a translator, please contact Gale Hill, Executive Assistant to the Superintendent and Board of Trustees, at (951) 929-7700, extension 4202, at least 48 hours before the meeting. San Jacinto & Hemet Libraries have computers & online access available to the public. Documents relative to an agenda item for an open session of a regular (not special) meeting of the Board distributed less than 72 hours prior to the meeting will be available at the District Office, 2045 S. San Jacinto Avenue, San Jacinto, during regular business hours, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday - Friday. A copy will also be available at the Board Meeting.

Published: May 10, 2019, 2:03 PM

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