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January 8, 2020 Regular Board of Education Meeting
Bonita USD
January 08, 2020 6:00PM
115 W. Allen Avenue San Dimas, CA 91773

1. ANNOUNCEMENTS
Quick Summary / Abstract:

Bonita Unified School District Board of Education meetings are recorded pursuant to Gov. Code 54953.5 and are available for public viewing on the District website. A recording may capture images and sounds of those attending the meeting.

Copies of the Board agenda materials are available upon request at Bonita Unified School District, 115 W. Allen Avenue, San Dimas, CA  91773.
2. CALL TO ORDER
3. ROLL CALL
4. REQUESTS TO SPEAK ON CLOSED SESSION AGENDA ITEMS
Quick Summary / Abstract:

The public has the opportunity to address the Board on agenda items. The Board may limit the total time for each agenda item to twenty (20) minutes. Any person wishing to speak on an agenda item may be granted up to three (3) minutes at the time the item appears on the agenda. In the case of a non-agenda item, comments may be made under Requests to Speak On Non-Agenda Items-Communication From The Public. Prior to addressing the Board, please fill out the “Request to Address the Board” card, which may be picked up from Adela Droe, Senior Executive Assistant to the Superintendent. Any person addressing the Board should first state their name, association with the District, and address.

5. CLOSED SESSION AGENDA - 4:45 PM
5.1. Consideration of Student Discipline Matters Pursuant to Education Code Sections 35146, 48900, 48915, 48919, 48918(c)
Speaker:
Carl Coles, Superintendent
Rationale:
Consideration of Student Discipline Matters Pursuant to Education Code Sections 35146, 48900, 48915, 48919, 48918(c). See Student Disciplinary Action for student matters under consideration.
 
5.2. Public Employee Discipline/Dismissal/Release - Pursuant to Government Code 54957
Speaker:
Carl Coles, Superintendent
Rationale:
Public Employee Discipline/Dismissal/Release - Government Code 54954.5(e) Pursuant to Government Code 54957
 
5.3. Public Employee Appointment, Public Employment, Pursuant to Government Code 54957 Title: Theater Manager
Speaker:
Carl Coles, Superintendent
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Public Employee Appointment, Public Employment, Pursuant to Government Code 54957 Title:  Theater Manager
5.4. Public Employee Performance Evaluation Pursuant to Government Code 54957 Title: Superintendent
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Public Employee Performance Evaluation Pursuant to Government Code 54957
Title: Superintendent
6. OPEN SESSION AGENDA
7. CALL TO ORDER
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The Board of Education will reconvene into Open Session to report those actions taken in Closed Session, if any, that are required to be reported pursuant to Government Code Section 54957.1.
8. REPORT OUT OF CLOSED SESSION
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Pursuant to Gov. Code Section 54957.1

9. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG
10. APPROVAL OF AGENDA ORDER AND CONTENT
11. REPORTS FROM MEMBERS OF THE BOARD AND SUPERINTENDENT
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Reports from Members of the Board and from the Superintendent

12. COMMUNICATIONS FROM STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES
Rationale:
The Board of Education will receive reports from the following student representatives:
  • McKenna Lopez – Ekstrand Elementary School
  • Beatrice See –  Lone Hill Middle School
  • Chloe Chin –  Bonita High School
  • Justine Plowman – Chaparral High School
  • Bernadine See – San Dimas High School
 
13. FEATURED PRESENTATIONS
13.1. Multimodal Regional Corridor Plan For Arrow Highway Presentation, By Adriana Pinedo, Representative from Active SGV - Introduced by Matthew Wien
Speaker:
Matthew Wien, Assistant Superintendent Educational Services
Rationale:

The San Gabriel Valley Council of Governments (SGVCOG) and Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) are working to improve East-West mobility along San Dimas, Glendora, La Verne, Pomona, and Claremont via a multiregional corridor. This plan is taking into account the fast approaching Metro Gold Line in these five cities, community data, and resident feedback to make the best improvements possible. Active SGV is reaching out to community stakeholders to share project information as well as gather feedback on the plan.

 
Attachments:
Multimodal Corridor Plan Presentation
13.2. Bonita Center for the Arts Five-Year Overview by Bill Cox - Introduced by Susan Cross Hume
Speaker:
Susan Cross Hume, Assistant Superintendent
Rationale:

In the Fall of 2014, after 25 years of planning, the Bonita Center for the Arts officially opened to the public. This 700-seat theater, funded through the generosity of the taxpayers in the communities of San Dimas and La Verne through Measure C, is a place for the District's student performances and art displays, as well as a place to host meetings and special events. The BCA is open to the public and serves as a professional venue for vocal performances, concerts, dramas, musicals, and much more.

On the occasion of the five-year anniversary of the BCA, Bill Cox, Theater Manager, will give an overview of the facility and the events that take place there.

 
13.3. California Dashboard Update - Presented by Matthew Wien
Speaker:
Matthew Wien, Assistant Superintendent Educational Services
Rationale:
The Dashboard is part of California's accountability and continuous improvement system, and provides information about how local education agencies and schools are meeting the needs of California's diverse student population. An overview of Bonita Unified's 2019 Dashboard results will be given.
 
Attachments:
19-20 Fall Dashboard Update Presentation
14. APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF PREVIOUS BOARD MEETING
14.1. Adopt the Minutes of the December 11, 2019 Regular-Organizational Board of Education Meeting
Speaker:
Carl Coles, Superintendent
Attachments:
December 11, 2019 Unofficial Corrected Minutes
December 11, 2019 Unofficial Meeting Minutes
15. REQUESTS TO SPEAK ON OPEN SESSION AGENDA ITEMS
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The public has the opportunity to address the Board on Agenda Items. The Board may limit the total time for each agenda item to twenty (20) minutes. Any person wishing to speak on an agenda item may be granted up to three (3) minutes at the time the item appears on the agenda. In the case of a non-agenda item, comments may be made under Requests to Speak On Non-Agenda Items-Communication from The Public. Prior to addressing the Board, please fill out the “Request to Address the Board” card, which may be picked up from Adela Droe, Senior Executive Assistant to the Superintendent. Any person addressing the Board should first state their name, association with the District and address.
16. CONSENT AGENDA
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Matters listed under the Consent Agenda are considered by the Board of Education to be routine or sufficiently supported by prior or accompanying reference materials and information as to not require additional discussion. If any member of the Board so requests, an item shall be removed from this section and placed in the regular order of business following the approval of the Consent Agenda. Items will be approved with one motion, which is not debatable and which requires a unanimous vote for passage.

16.1. EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
16.1.1. Approve Extended and Overnight Educational Field Trips
Speaker:
Matthew Wien, Assistant Superintendent, Educational Services
Rationale:
a. Bonita High School Baseball Team to attend the Stockton Minor League Facilities Trip, Stockton, CA, January 30-February 1, 2020

 
Attachments:
Extended/Overnight Field Trips-Jan.
16.1.2. Approve Display of Middle School Science Instructional Materials From Amplify
Speaker:
Matthew Wien, Assistant Superintendent Educational Services
Rationale:

Through a collaborative process from Spring 2019 to Winter 2019, all middle school science teachers and administrators have worked diligently to narrow down which instructional materials will be implemented in the 2020 school year. An essential part of this process was determining which materials best met the educational needs of our students and were developed to meet NGSS. All middle school science teachers and administrators evaluated three different programs. A decision on the final program was made in December 2019, and Amplify instructional materials are currently on display at the District Office. It will be brought to the Board of Education for approval at the February 5, 2020 meeting.

 
Comments:
Middle school science teachers got the opportunity to view and examine three science programs for possible pilot and adoption from three publishers. All three materials are on the State Adoption list and are newly developed to meet NGSS. After a brief trial in the Spring of one publisher, the group of teachers and administrators met and determined that they would like to pilot Amplify with fidelity for the first semester of 2019-20. On December 4, 2019, all middle school science teachers and administrators participated in a program evaluation facilitated by our district Science TOSAs. During this evaluation, teachers worked in grade-level groups to present an Amplify lesson and discuss its merits relative to an NGSS rating rubric. After this presentation, the teachers and administrators participated in a consensus scoring activity and chose to adopt Amplify. Amplify is a digital curriculum that represents the three dimensions of NGSS while providing engaging and relevant phenomenon for students. 
Financial Impact:
General Fund-Educational Services and Lottery Funds: Approximately $400,000 for an eight-year adoption
16.1.3. Approve Professional Development Contract with Consortium on Reaching Excellence in Education, Inc.® (CORE)
Speaker:
Matthew Wien, Assistant Superintendent Educational Services
Rationale:

CORE trainers will provide professional development on the Beginning, Extension, and Challenge levels of SIPPS (Systematic Instruction in Phonological Awareness, Phonics, and Sight Words) for teachers teaching the program in grades K-5.

Literacy builds a foundation for success in school and life. SIPPS (Systematic Instruction in Phonological Awareness, Phonics, and Sight Words) helps new and struggling readers build the skills and confidence they need to gain reading fluency and comprehension. Teachers have used SIPPs for the last several years with excellent results. Teachers in grades 2-5 have not received intense training and have asked for support to implement the program successfully.

Training will be provided in January 2020, for Beginning, Extension, and Challenge levels.

A copy of the professional services contract is located in the Business Services Department.

 
Financial Impact:
Educational Services Supplemental Funds - Not to Exceed $3,140
16.1.4. Approve Professional Services Contract Between Bonita Unified School District and Creative Mathematics
Speaker:
Matthew Wien, Assistant Superintendent Educational Services
Rationale:

Kim Sutton, Creative Mathematics, provided a one-day professional learning workshop to forty-five of our elementary teachers and principals this past October. The training was so well received, and impactful the principals have requested the opportunity for all their teachers to attend a training workshop with Kim Sutton.

The additional training will include three full-day workshops to allow space for all the elementary teachers to attend.  The purpose of the training is to change the method teachers use to teach and impact how their students understand Mathematics and will focus on the critical math tools every classroom needs to have and use today to be successful.

A copy of the professional services contract is located in the Business Services Department

 
Comments:
The workshops are scheduled to take place on February 18-20, 2020, and will include handouts and hands-on materials to support the learning session.
Financial Impact:
Educational Services Supplemental Funds - Not to Exceed $15,500
16.1.5. Approve 2+2 Articulation Agreement Between Bonita Unified School District and Mt. San Antonio College (Mt. SAC) for the 2019-2020 School Year
Speaker:
Matthew Wien, Assistant Superintendent Educational Services
Rationale:

Articulated courses offer high school students to take a high school CTE course. Upon successful completion of that course, they can take an articulation exam (combined in some courses with a practical exam).  With a passing score of that exam, high school students are eligible for credits at Mt. SAC. In order to claim these units, high school students must register for Mt. SAC, and the units are automatically credited to them. 

Bonita Unified is pleased to enter into an Articulation Agreement with Mt. SAC for the following courses:

High School Course         

Mt. SAC Course                
Mt. SAC Units
Adv Athletic Training
KIN 19 3
Culinary & Rest. Mgmt HRM 51 3
Adv Culinary & Rest Mgmt
HRM 52 2
Adv Film and Animation ANIM 108 3
Adv Accounting BUSA 11, 68, 72 11

A copy of the Articulation Agreement is located in the Curriculum and Instruction Department.

 
Comments:
Articulated courses provide students the opportunity to earn free credits in career pathways at Mt. SAC.
Financial Impact:
None
16.1.6. Approve Master Contract Between Bonita Unified School District and Discovery Ranch, a Non-Public School, for the 2019-2020 School Year
Speaker:
Matthew Wien, Assistant Superintendent Educational Services
Rationale:

Discovery Ranch, a certified non-public residential school, will provide specialized services to students as specified in their Individual Education Programs (IEPs) in accordance with the Education Code.

A copy of the Master Contract is available for review in the Business Office.

 
Financial Impact:
Specialized Services - Not to Exceed $100,000
16.1.7. Adopt Resolution 2020-08 Recognizing February as African American History Month
Speaker:
Matthew Wien, Assistant Superintendent Educational Services
Rationale:
African Americans helped develop our nation in countless ways. The District's curriculum and the History-Social Science Framework for California Public Schools, Kindergarten through Grade Twelve state that the history curriculum must reflect the experiences of men and women of different racial, religious and ethnic groups. The contributions of African Americans as scientists, inventors, educators, farmers, homemakers, and explorers are given special recognition annually during African American History Month.
 
Comments:
Studying African American history enriches the curriculum for all students and provides the opportunity for students to understand common humanity issues underlying all groups.
Financial Impact:
Not Applicable
Attachments:
Resolution 2020-08
16.1.8. Adopt Resolution 2020-09 Recognizing February as Career and Technical Education Month
Speaker:
Matthew Wien, Assistant Superintendent Educational Services
Rationale:
The month of February has been designated Career and Technical Education Month by the Association for Career and Technical Education. Career and Technical Education provides Americans with a school to career connection and is the backbone of a strong, well-educated workforce, which fosters productivity in business and industry. Career and Technical Education gives the high school and adult students experience in practical, meaningful application of necessary skills such as reading, writing, and mathematics, thus improving the quality of their education, motivating students to apply their learning and giving all students leadership opportunities in possible career fields and in their communities.
 
Comments:
Observance of the Career and Technical Education Month provides an opportunity for the District and community to recognize the Career and Technical Education programs that give the high school and adult transition students experience in practical and meaningful application of workplace skills.
Financial Impact:
Not Applicable
Attachments:
Resolution 2020-09
16.1.9. Adopt Resolution 2020-10 Recognizing February 3-7, 2020 as National School Counseling Week
Speaker:
Matthew Wien, Assistant Superintendent Educational Services
Rationale:
February 3-7, 2020, has been designated as National School Counseling Week to focus public attention on the unique contribution of professional counselors within the United States school systems. National School Counseling Week highlights the tremendous impact school counselors can have in helping students achieve success and plan for a career. Bonita's counselors provide educational, vocation, and personal guidance to students of the District.
 
Comments:
Observance of National School Counseling Week provides an opportunity for the District and community to recognize the commitment of Bonita's counselors.
Financial Impact:
Not Applicable
Attachments:
Resolution 2020-10
16.1.10. Approve Agreement Between Bonita Unified School District and CEDR Systems to Provide Beyond SST (Student Study Team) Online Services
Speaker:
Matthew Wien, Assistant Superintendent Educational Services
Rationale:

Over the past two years, Student Services has been engaged in an effort to standardize practice for the creation, documentation, and storage of 504 Plans, and the possible connection of 504 Plans to IEPs, SSTs, and Health Plans. In an ongoing effort to find or develop systems to create a consistent practice and ensure compliance with state and federal law, Student Services has identified a product called Beyond SST.

Beyond SST can be used to create and manage SST and 504 documents in an online environment. It also provides templates and prompts during the creation of new documents, and can manage compliance issues such as timelines. Before purchasing Beyond SST, BUSD will pilot the program for one semester with our elementary schools to test and evaluate the system.

A copy of the agreement is available for review in Student Services.

 
Comments:
This contract will allow the District to test and evaluate Beyond SST as part of the decision making process prior to full implementation.
Financial Impact:
Educational Services - Not to Exceed $7,500
16.2. BUSINESS SERVICES
16.2.1. Approve and/or Ratify "A" Warrants (Payments for School Employees) and "B" Warrants (Payments for Equipment, Supplies, Services of Non-School Employees and Other Non-Salary Expenditures), as Listed
Speaker:
Susan Cross Hume, Assistant Superintendent, Business Services
Attachments:
A Warrants 1-8-20
B Warrants 1-8-20
16.2.2. Approve and/or Ratify Purchase Orders (Authorization for Purchase of Equipment, Supplies and the Services of Non-School Employees), as Listed
Speaker:
Susan Cross Hume, Assistant Superintendent, Business Services
Attachments:
PO Report 1-8-20
16.2.3. Approve Budget Transfers Between Major Object Codes, as Listed
Speaker:
Susan Cross Hume, Assistant Superintendent, Business Services
Attachments:
Budget Adjustment Summary 01-08-20
16.2.4. Declare Items Listed as Surplus in Accordance with Education Code 17545 and Authorize Disposal
Speaker:
Susan Cross Hume, Assistant Superintendent Business Services
Rationale:
Gladstone Elementary School, Roynon Elementary School, Shull Elementary School, the Ed Jones Educational Center, the CIS Department, and the District Office have requested that the equipment recorded on the attached lists be declared obsolete.  Schools and departments periodically review their furniture and equipment items to identify obsolete items for disposal.

Board Policy 3270 details the various options for the disposal of surplus property, with the exception of E-waste. The District is currently disposing of salvageable items by using a public auction service. E-waste, which includes computers, printers, and other technology equipment, is palletized and identified by a serial number. In order to comply with current regulations on the disposal of E-waste, the equipment is then disposed of by a qualified contractor.

The obsolete items identified by the school sites and departments have a value of less than $2,500 and will be disposed of as detailed in Education Code Section 17546(2). 

Storage of these items creates an unnecessary hazard that can be eliminated by declaring the items as surplus and approving their disposal.

 
Comments:
School sites and departments continue to monitor classrooms, offices, and storage areas in an effort to identify and dispose of unusable and obsolete items.
Financial Impact:
Not Applicable
Attachments:
Surplus Obsolete 1-8-20
16.2.5. Independent Contract Agreements
Speaker:
Susan Cross Hume, Assistant Superintendent, Business Services
Rationale:

Approve Independent Contract Agreements between Bonita Unified School District and consultant(s)/contractors(s). Copies of each Independent Contract Agreement are kept on file in the Business Office.

a.)  Steven Sato

Steven Sato will provide consulting services for secondary science teachers utilizing virtual reality software, not to exceed $6,000.  Funding:  Educational Services.

b.)  CSM Consulting, Inc.

CSM Consulting, Inc. will provide consulting services as it relates to preparing documents, forms, and applications for the Federal Communications Commission E-Rate Program, not to exceed $16,800 plus expenses.  Funding:  General Fund.

 
16.2.6. Approve Agreement Between Bonita Unified School District and Zonar
Speaker:
Susan Cross Hume, Assistant Superintendent Business Services
Rationale:

Zonar will provide hardware and software that will improve safety and security of the District's home to school bus routes by allowing the Transportation Department to see where and when bus riders enter and exit the buses through an RFID chip embedded in bus passes.

 
Comments:
 
Financial Impact:
General Fund - $14,033
16.2.7. Approve Notice of Completion for Bid 18-19:05 Stadium Project at Bonita High School
Speaker:
Susan Cross Hume, Assistant Superintendent Business Services
Rationale:

On August 1, 2018, the Board of Education awarded Bid 18-19:05 Stadium Project at Bonita High School.

 
Comments:
Telacu Construction Management, Inc., has completed the project as called for in Bid 18-19:05.
Financial Impact:

Measure AB Fund - $5,470,452.

16.2.8. Accept Quarterly Report on Williams Lawsuit Settlement
Speaker:
Susan Cross Hume, Assistant Superintendent Business Services
Rationale:

In May 2000, the American Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit claiming that California was failing to provide students in low performing schools with adequate educational opportunities.  The lawsuit alleged that there were three areas of inadequacies:  condition of facilities, lack of sufficient educational materials, and lack of credentialed teachers.  The lawsuit was settled by Governor Schwarzenegger in September 2004.

A requirement of the settlement is that a quarterly report on complaints be presented to the Board of Education and the County Superintendent of Schools.

 
Comments:
A summary of the second quarter report for 2019-2020 required by the Williams Lawsuit Settlement is included with this Board item.
Financial Impact:
Not Applicable
Attachments:
Williams Complaint Report 2nd Quarter 1-8-20
16.2.9. Accept Report on Quarterly Facility Inspections
Speaker:
Susan Cross Hume, Assistant Superintendent
Rationale:

One of the requirements of the Williams Lawsuit Settlement was that all schools participating in the School Facilities Program or Deferred Maintenance Program establish a school facilities inspection system. The inspection system will help to ensure that schools are maintained in good repair. Education Code Section 17002 defines "good repair" to mean that the facility is maintained in a manner that ensures that it is clean, safe and functional as determined pursuant to an Interim Evaluation Instrument developed by the Office of Public School Construction (OPSC).

On June 5, 2005, the Board of Education adopted Resolution 2005-40 establishing facility inspection procedures as required by the Williams Lawsuit Settlement. District staff was instructed to use the OPSC Interim Evaluation Instrument as the method for documenting the inspections.

Conditions to be inspected include: gas leaks, HVAC problems, broken windows, doors, gates and fences, unsafe and unclean interior surfaces, hazardous materials, structural damage, nonfunctioning emergency equipment, pest or vermin infestations, sewer line stoppages and inaccessible, unclean or nonfunctioning restrooms or drinking fountains.

Inspections for the second quarter of 2019-2020 were conducted at Allen Elementary School, Gladstone Elementary School, La Verne Heights Elementary School, and Shull Elementary School. Areas needing minor repairs were identified but no major safety or emergency repairs were identified.

Copies of the Facility Inspection Reports are on file in the Business Office.

 
Comments:
To comply with the District's Facility Inspection Plan, inspections were completed at four school sites.
Financial Impact:
Not Applicable
16.2.10. Adopt Resolution 2020-11, Procurement of Various Telecommunications, Equipment, Software, and Other Related Electronic Equipment Apparatus and Services in Accordance with Public Contract Code 20118.2
Speaker:
Susan Cross Hume, Assistant Superintendent Business Services
Rationale:

Due to the highly specialized and unique nature of technology, it is in the District's best interest to procure various telecommunications, equipment, software, and other related electronic equipment, apparatus and services in accordance with Public Contract Code Section 20118.2.

 
Comments:

Public Contract Code Section 20118.2 states "Due to the highly specialized and unique nature of technology, telecommunications, related equipment, software, and services, and because products and materials of that nature are undergoing rapid technological changes, and in order to allow for the introduction of new technological changes in to the operations of the school district, it is in the public's best interest to allow a school district to consider, in addition to price, factors such as vendor financing, performance reliability, standardization, life-cycle costs, delivery timetables, support logistics, the broadest possible range of competing products and materials available, fitness of purchase, manufacturer's warranties, and similar factors in the award of contracts for technology, telecommunications, related equipment, software, and services."

Financial Impact:
Not Applicable
Attachments:
Resolution 2020-11 ERate
16.3. HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT
16.3.1. Approve/Ratify Terminations, Resignations, Leaves of Absence, Employment, Changes of Status, Extra Duty and Other Routine Personnel Items for Certificated and Certificated Management Employees as Listed. All Employment at Appropriate Step and Column on Designated Salary Schedule
Speaker:
Kevin Lee, Assistant Superintendent Human Resources Development
Attachments:
Certificated Personnel Report
16.3.2. Approve/Ratify Terminations, Resignations, Leaves of Absence, Employment, Changes of Status, Extra Duty and Other Routine Personnel Items for Classified, Classified Management and Confidential Employees as Listed. All Employment at Appropriate Step and Column on Designated Salary Schedule
Speaker:
Kevin Lee, Assistant Superintendent Human Resources Development
Attachments:
Classified Personnel Report
16.3.3. Approve/Ratify Classified/Certificated Attendance at Conferences, Conventions, Workshops and Meetings as Listed. Actual and Necessary Expenses Incurred by Such Attendance to be Paid by Bonita Unified School District Unless Otherwise Specified in Accordance With Board Policy 3350
Speaker:
Kevin Lee, Assistant Superintendent Human Resources Development
Attachments:
Conference Report
16.4. SUPERINTENDENT
17. DISCUSSION/ACTION AGENDA
17.1. BUSINESS SERVICES
17.1.1. Receive and Accept 2018-2019 Annual Audit Report by Nigro & Nigro, PC, Certified Public Accountants
Speaker:
Susan Cross Hume, Assistant Superintendent Business Services
Rationale:

California Education Code, Section 41020 requires districts to have an annual audit performed by an independent accounting firm. Copies of the audit are transmitted to the Los Angeles County Clerk, Los Angeles County Office of Education, State Controller and the State Department of Education Audit Bureau, as required.

In the opinion of the auditors, the combined financial statements of the District fairly present, in all material aspects, the respective financial position of the governmental activities, each major fund, and the aggregate remaining fund information of the Bonita Unified School District as of June 30, 2019.

A representative of Nigro & Nigro, PC, Certified Public Accountants, will attend the January 8, 2020 Board meeting to review the audit and to answer questions.

 
Comments:

California Education Code requires districts to have an independent financial audit completed on an annual basis and to have the report reviewed and accepted by the Board of Education at a regularly scheduled meeting.

Financial Impact:


Attachments:
Audit Report 2019
17.2. STUDENT DISCIPLINARY ACTION
Rationale:
The Governing Board will take action in open session on the following student disciplinary items listed.
 
17.2.1. Student Disciplinary Action for Student SSID #4121044604
Speaker:
Matthew Wien, Assistant Superintendent Educational Services
Rationale:

The Governing Board will take action on the following student disciplinary matter: 

Recommendation that Student SSID #4121044604, who is currently under an expulsion order with enforcement suspended from another California public school district, be admitted to the Bonita Unified School District for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year, with placement at Chaparral High School.

 
Financial Impact:
Not Applicable
18. REQUESTS TO SPEAK ON NON-AGENDA ITEMS COMMUNICATION FROM THE PUBLIC
Quick Summary / Abstract:

This is an opportunity for the public to address the Board on non-agenda items. No action can be taken on non-agenda items (Board Policy 9055). Individual speakers may be allowed up to three (3) minutes to address the Board on any non-agenda item. The Board reserves the right to limit the time on a non-agenda item. Prior to addressing the Board, please fill out the "Request to Address the Board" card, which may be picked up from Adela Droe, Senior Executive Assistant to the Superintendent. Any person addressing the Board should first state their name, association with the District, and address. At this time, the Board wishes to recognize:

Community (Individuals having completed a Request Card)

Parent Teacher Association (PTA)

Bonita Unified Teachers Association (BUTA)

California School Employees Association (CSEA)

Bonita Unified Management Team (BUMT)

19. FUTURE MEETING DATES
19.1. The Next Regular Board of Education Meeting Date
Speaker:
Carl Coles, Superintendent
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The next regular Board of Education Meeting is on Wednesday, February 5, 2020, at 6:00 p.m., at the District Office, 115 W. Allen Avenue, San Dimas.
20. ITEMS FOR FUTURE AGENDAS
21. ADJOURNMENT
Disability Information:
Any individual with a disability who requires reasonable accommodation to participate in a Board meeting may request assistance by contacting the Superintendent’s Office at 909-971 8200, extension 5101.

Published: January 3, 2020, 4:05 PM

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