Link to Full Agenda
Mental & Physical Health Presentation
NSA-GHS Campus Improvement
PO Report 9
Essential Training Travel 9
Essential Training Travel 9b
Conference Report 9
Classified PSR 9
Certificated PSR 9
SGTA BOARD MEETING BULLETS
San Gabriel USD
February 12, 2019 6:00PM
1. OPENING PROCEDURE
1.a. CALL TO ORDER at 6:00PM
1.b. ESTABLISHMENT OF QUORUM. All members present.
2. REQUESTS TO ADDRESS THE GOVERNING BOARD. None.
3. RECESS TO CLOSED SESSION at 6:00 PM
4. RECONVENE TO OPEN SESSION at. 7:01 PM
4.a. ANNOUNCEMENT OF ACTION TAKEN IN CLOSED SESSION. None.
4.b. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE. Lon Sellars.
4.c. APPROVAL OF AGENDA. Approved unanimously.
5. MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MEETING(S)
5.a. ACTION - Approve the Minutes of the January 15, 2019 Governing Board Meeting
6. PUBLIC HEARING(S)
Request to address the Governing Board:
Dena Dragoo, SGTA President
Congratulated Board President Shellhart on new grandchild.
Thanked Members Ammon and Haas for attending the February 4th Staff Development.
Thanked Members Ammon, Scott, Alvarado and Haas for attending SGTA Meet and Greet last Friday.
She noted that we look forward to working with all Board members in the future.
7.a. REPORTS - Student Board Members absent today. Reports will be entered into the record.
7.b. REPORT - Board President. Thanked everyone for well wishes on new grandchild. Attended Special Education session that was well attended. Attended the "Leader in Us" with Coolidge.
7.c. REPORT - Superintendent
Staff Development, very well received. Thanked Yolanda and staff. Over 80% of the sessions were led by our teachers.
AYC: Intervention at current site near the district office. AYC has requested to move its program to each of our elementary schools due to prohibitive transportation costs. Supt. will discuss issues with AYC. Roosevelt has conflicts with MIE; WA does not have space. AYC is hoping to have the program at each of the elementary sites by next August. While Options is currently available at each site as after-school programming, there are waiting lists. AYC would offer homework support, after school support, and Asian culture support.
Lunar New year celebration this weekend for City of San Gabriel.
7.d. PRESENTATION - Support Programs for Mental and Physical Health (See attached.)
Presentation of comprehensive plan was offered by Lon Sellars. See plan for information on identification/assessment and follow up with student, supervision, services with counselors, and parents of student. Comprehensive guide is available to teachers and is easy to download; presented to staff at each school site this year.
Dori Rosental- Marriage and Family Therapy Coordinator
Member Alvarez asked question regarding the use of CSULA, Azusa Pacific, and Fuller Marriage and Family Interns. Interns meet with students at each school to provide counseling.
Member Alvarez asked why there was no Intern at Washington; there were no referral. Washington does have an intern assigned this year. McKinley does not have a need this year- different dynamic at each school.
President Shellhart: Are these numbers unduplicated? Some students receive independent and group services.
School Social Worker: Denise Ledesma. Consults with students and parents in crisis situations during the school day. Focus on needs for Special Ed students, but also serves some Gen Ed students with a focus on anxiety and depression. Increase in the homeless population and working with those students to provide services including transportation.
Member Alvarez asked about definition of homeless- broader definition than federal government.
Member Ammon asked about growth of homeless caseload. Ms. Ledesma noted increased need.
Katherine Leon- District Nurse
19,215 visits to the Health Office district wide last year. (Does not include verbal check-ins. Trying to get health care aides to document those as well.) to the Health Office district wide last year. Provides health service screenings and support at IEP meetings (225 last year.) 242 health care assessments provided.
Member Scott thanked Ms. Leon for the work she does.
Member Scott asked about the PET/PMR Team response time. Mr. Sellars: It can be up to 8 hours before they can get there. If it is more than 2 hours, SGUSD refers to the Police Dept. Mobile Response Team for more prompt care/service.
Member Ammon thanked Mr. Sellars for his service, particularly at Del Mar. Noted that Sheri Ruder shared that the HS nurse is heavily impacted. It is important to keep the position open there and filled as soon as it can be approved.
Member Ammon asked if the Dept. has done a needs assessment to identify holes that need to be filled. Mr. Sellars intends on further follow up. But noted the action plan and intent to identify continued needs and where we can do better.
Member Alvarez noted continued partnerships with agencies. Thanked staff for their work. Appreciated the report that she has been asking for some time.
Pres. Shellhart thanked the staff as a parent. Do we have numbers on low, medium, and high risk students? Mr. Sellars: 20-25; 10 have been hospitalized. It is far reaching and also at the elementary level.
8. BUSINESS SERVICES
8.a. ACTION - Notice of Completion for NSA Construction, Inc. for Gabrielino High School Campus Enrichment Filing Notice of Completion formally closes the contract. Total expenditures: $7,621,606.99 (attached.)
Discussion: Member Scott: Banners hung, glad it's done. Reiterated by Dr. Pappalardo.
8.b. ACTION - Approve Mechanical Service Contract with Acco Engineered Systems The service agreement with ACCO for Gabrielino High School mechanical systems total fees not to exceed $34,412.
No discussion. Approved unanimously.
9. EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
9.a. ACTION - Approve California Department of Education (CDE), Low-Performing Students Block Grant (LPSBG) Plan The LPSBG provides funds for local educational agencies (LEAs) serving students identified as low-performing on state English language arts or mathematics assessments, who are not otherwise identified for supplemental grant funding under the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF), or eligible for special education services.
Discussion: Member Alvarado asked for additional information.
Ms. Mendoza noted $173,000 for students not receiving other services identified out of the LCAP.
9.b. ACTION - Approve Consultant Agreement Between San Gabriel Unified School District and 2 TEACH LLC to Provide Training for Gabrielino High School Social Studies Teachers on March 14, 2019. Total cost = $5,416.50
No discussion. Approved unanimously.
10. HUMAN RESOURCES No remarks.
11. SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE No remarks.
12. GOVERNING BOARD No remarks.
13. BOARD ANNOUNCEMENTS, REPORTS, AND/OR COMMUNICATIONS NOTE: (This section provides an opportunity for the Governing Board to share information with other Board Members and members of the public.)
Please Note: Remarks are abridged and not verbatim.
Mrs. Alvarado: Unable to make the PD day, but heard lots of positive feedback. PBIS assembly was well done at Washington. Thank you for the SGTA Happy Hour.
Mr. Ammon: Offered congratulations to Pres. Shellhart.Noted Leader and Me student work displayed in Boardroom. Attended the Leader in Me Lighthouse meeting with Principal Wong, retired teacher, 3 teachers, and PTA member. Great level of enthusiasm about the program. Congrats to Ed Services on a PD day well run. Enthusiastic even in the rain. Good feedback on choices provided. Thanks to SGTA on Happy Hour and enthusiasm of teachers sharing their stories with positive points of view.
Mrs. Haas: Offered congratulations to Pres. Shellhart. Enjoyed attending the Washington PBIS assembly and presentation by all grade levels . PD day was very good. Attended trauma in the classroom session that was very good.
Dr. Scott: Congratulated Pres. Shellhart on grandchild. Attended PBIS presentation at Washington. PD at JMS was amazing. Shout-out to new Principal Guyer for the organization. Attended VAPA presentation and framework of TK-12 for the district.
14. CONSENT AGENDA NOTE: (The Governing Board may take one (1) vote for all Consent items including: Business Services, Educational Services, Human Resources, and Superintendent's Office. Items may be removed from the Consent agenda and voted on separately.)
Comments: Member Scott acknowledged personal donations in support of our programs.
NOTE: Consent Agenda listed below was approved unanimously in its entirety.
14.a. CONSENT - BUSINESS SERVICES
14.a.1. Accept All Donations to the San Gabriel Unified School from Various Donors
Voluntary donations in various amounts totaled $455.00 and were specifically made to the GATE Program to help with field trip costs.
Voluntary donations in various amounts totaled $58.00 and were specifically made to the SGVC Induction Social Committee.
14.a.2. Approve Agreement with Duff & Phelps for Fixed Asset Inventory and Reconciliation Report as of June 30, 2019 To authorize Duff and Phelps perform a physical inventory and update the fixed asset listing as of June 30, 2019 for the District for a fee of $25,500.
14.a.3. Approve Warrants Issued for Payments of Payroll, Goods and Services Received for Jan. 2019 - Report No. 8
14.a.4. Approve Purchase Orders Issued in Excess of $5,000 Report No. 9 (attached.)
14.a.5. Approve Essential Travel Report No. 9 (attached.)
14.b. CONSENT - EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
14.b.1. Approve Mad Science of Los Angeles to provide in classroom workshops at Coolidge Elementary School, School Year 2018-2019. Not to exceed $6,000.
14.b.2. Approve Rental Contract Between Gabrielino High School and Los Angeles Turf Club, for use of Santa Anita Park for Gabrielino High School 2019 Graduation Ceremony. Total cost = $17,500.
14.b.3. Approve Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) Re: 2019 Tuition-Based Summer Academy Program between San Gabriel Educational Foundation and San Gabriel Unified School District Students will benefit from participating in the tuition-based summer school program provided by the San Gabriel Educational Foundation (SEF) enrichment program.
14.b.4. Approve Essential Training Travel Report No.9 (attached.)
14.c. CONSENT - HUMAN RESOURCES
14.c.1. Approve Certificated Personnel Status Report No. 9 (attached.)
14.c.2. Approve Classified Personnel Status Report No. 9 (attached.)
14.c.3. Approve Essential Training Travel Report No. 9 (attached.)
14.d. CONSENT - SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE
15.a. NEXT MEETING REMINDERS · Tuesday, February 26, 2019
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- Tuesday, February 26, 2019
- Tuesday, March 12, 2019
- Tuesday, March 26, 2019
- Tuesday, April 16, 2019
- Tuesday, May 14, 2019
- Tuesday, May 28, 2019
- Tuesday, June 18, 2019
- Tuesday, June 25, 2019
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