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Cabrillo College Governing Board Agenda

Monday, April 8, 2013
Cabrillo College Sesnon House
6500 Soquel Drive
Aptos, CA 95003

2013 Governing Board Goals

 

 

OPEN SESSION, McPherson Room

TIME
1.
  Call to Order and Roll Call
5:00
2.
  Adoption of Agenda
3.
  Public Comments Regarding Closed Session Items. Three minute time limit per speaker. Please notify clerk if you desire to speak to the Board.
4.
  Announcement of Closed Session
5.
  Adjourn to Closed Session

 

  CLOSED SESSION, Pino Alto Room
1.
  Conference with Labor Negotiator (Government Code §54957.6)
District’s Designated Representative:  Victoria Lewis
Employee Organization:  CCEU
2.
  Conference with Labor Negotiator (Government Code §54957.6)
District’s Designated Representative:  Victoria Lewis
Employee Organization:  CCFT
3.
  Conference with Labor Negotiator (Government Code §54957.6)
District’s Designated Representative:  John Hendrickson
Employee Organization:  Management and Confidential Employees
    Call to Order and Report Out of Closed Session
PAGE

A.

  PROCEDURAL(CONSENT-ACTION) ITEMS
Minutes and Consent-Action Agenda are approved when the agenda is approved unless a Board member wishes to discuss.
6:00
1.
  Minutes of March 4, 2013
7
2.
  Register of Warrants
12
  It is recommended that the Governing Board ratify warrant numbers 97537-97679 for the amount of $5,682,000.65.
3.
  Budget Transfers by Resolution
37
  It is recommended that the Governing Board approve Resolution Numbers 022-13 through 029-13 for Budget Transfers 21321 through 21420.
4.
  Construction Change Orders
46
  It is recommended that the Governing Board ratify the construction change orders.
5.
  Foster Youth Donation
48
    It is recommended that the Governing Board accept the donation of $100,000. It is further recommended that the Governing Board authorize the Vice President, Student Services to execute and make all necessary arrangements in relation to this agreement on behalf of the college.
 
6.
  Career Technical Education/Teacher Preparation Pipeline (CTE/TPP) Grant
49
 
  It is recommended that the Governing Board accept the grant from the Chancellor's Office for $120,000. It is further recommended that the Governing Board authorize the Vice President, Student Services to execute and make all necessary arrangements in relation to this agreement on behalf of the college.
 
7.
  Electronic Transcript Grant
50
 
  It is recommended that the Governing Board accept the grant of $5,000. It is further recommended that the Governing Board authorize the Vice President, Student Services to execute and make all necessary arrangements in relation to this agreement on behalf of the college.
 
8.
  Authorization to Dispose of Surplus Equipment
51
 
  It is recommended that the Governing Board authorize the Vice President, Administrative Services to dispose of the equipment listed as surplus according to Board Policy 4160.
 
9.
  ACCESS Grant Increase: Baccalaureate Bridge to the Biomedical Sciences Program
52
 
  It is recommended that the Governing Board accept the $9,000.00 increase in ACCESS Grant funds from UCSC/NIH. It is further recommended that the Board authorize the Vice President, Administrative Services to execute and make all necessary arrangements in relation to this agreement on behalf of the college.
 
10.
  Trombetta Family Gift to Early Childhood Education (ECE) and the Children's Center
53
 
  It is recommended that the Governing Board accept the $47,690 from Diane Trombetta and her family’s foundation.  It is further recommended that the Board authorize the Vice President, Administrative Services to execute and make all necessary arrangements in relation to this grant agreement on behalf of the college.
 
11.
  Curriculum Committee Actions
54
 
  It is recommended that the proposed curriculum changes be approved for a fall 2013 effective date.
 
12.
  Math Adjuncts Resource Collaboratory (MARC)
94
 
  It is recommended that the Governing Board accept the $31,000 sub-grant award from the Foundation for California Community Colleges/Learning Works.  It is further recommended that the Board authorize the Vice President, Administrative Services to execute and make all necessary arrangements in relation to this agreement on behalf of the college.
 
13.
  Dominican Health Career Academy Scholarship & Grant
95
 
  It is recommended that the Governing Board accept this grant.
14.
  Human Resources Management Report
96
  It is recommended that the Governing Board ratify and/or approve the Human Resources Management Report.
B.
 

Introduction of Newly Appointed Faculty and Staff

C.
 

ORAL COMMUNICATIONS: Members of the audience may speak to non-agenda items (three minute time limit per speaker).

6:10
D.
   SPECIAL PRESENTATION   
6:15
   
  1. Accelerated Medical Assisting Program (AMAP): Update on the Accelerated Medical Assistant Program (AMAP) presented by Pam Sanborn and Rock Pfotenhauer
  2. Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)--Using data for reviewing performance and decision making
E.
 

ORAL REPORTS

6:55
1.
  Board Members’ Reports
2.
  Student Trustee’s Report
3.
  Superintendent/President’s Report
4.
  CCFT: Comments on issues of interest to the Cabrillo College Federation of Teachers
5.
  Faculty Senate: Comments on issues of interest to the Faculty Senate.
6.
  CCEU: Comments on issues of interest to the Cabrillo Classified Employees Union
F.
  Public Hearing: CCFT/District 2013-16 Contract Negotiations: CCFT and District Initial Proposals
The Governing Board received the Initial Interest Statement from the Cabrillo College Federation of Teachers, Local 4400.  A hearing will be opened to allow time for the public to comment on the CCFT and the District Initial Interest Statements.
98
7:00
G.
  ACTION ITEMS
PAGE
7:05
1.
  Adopt District's Initial Proposal: CCFT/District 2013-16 Contract Negotiations
99
  It is recommended that the Governing Board adopt the District’s initial proposal for 2013-16 contract negotiations with CCFT.
2.
  Receive CCFT’s Initial Proposal:  CCFT/District 2013-16 Contract Negotiations
101
  It is recommended that the Governing Board receive CCFT’s initial proposal for 2013-16 contract negotiations with the District.
3.
  Resolution 030-13:  Tax and Revenue Anticipation Notes (TRANs)
103
  It is recommended that the Governing Board adopt Resolution 030-13 delegating the Vice President, Administrative Services the authority to decide on participation in the Community College League of California cash reserve program at the time when the interest, costs and reinvestment rates are known.
4.
  2012-13 Budget Revision:  Allocation of FTES Reserve
104
  It is recommended that the Governing Board adopt the recommendations of the College Planning Council and authorize the Vice President, Administrative Services to make the budget adjustments to allocate $658,051 of the FTES reserve for 2012-13. 
5.
  2012-13 and 2013-14 Budget Planning Update
106
    It is recommended that the Governing Board approve the budget planning parameters as presented.
6.
  Legislative Platform
116
  It is recommended that the Governing Board approve the Legislative Platform as presented.
7.
  Board Policy Revisions:  Office of the President, Second Reading
119
 
  It is recommended that the Governing Board adopt the Board Policies as revised.
 
8.
  Board Policy Revisions:  Student Services, Second Reading
126
 
  It is recommended that the Governing Board adopt the Board Policies as revised.
 
9.
  Select Nominees to be Elected to the California Community College Trustees (CCCT) Board of Directors
128
 
    It is recommended that the Governing Board select nominees to be elected to the CCCT Board of Directors.    
H.
 

INFORMATION ITEMS: The following items are provided for Governing Board information.

PAGE
7:20
1.
  Board Policy Revisions:  Administrative Services, First Reading
130
  Board policies are presented as a first reading for Governing Board review and will return for action at the next Governing Board meeting.
2.
  Board Policy Revisions:  Student Services, First Reading
163
  Board policies are presented as a first reading for Governing Board review and will return for action at the next Governing Board meeting.
3.
  Board Policy Revisions:  Office of the President, First Reading
168
  Board policies are presented as a first reading for Governing Board review and will return for action at the next Governing Board meeting.
4.
  Sunshine District Initial Proposal:  CCEU/District 2013-14 Contract Negotiations
173
  The District Initial Proposal for 2013-14 contract negotiations is presented for information; it will return for action at the next Governing Board meeting.
5.
  Sunshine CCEU Initial Proposal:  CCEU/District 2013-14 Contract Negotiations
175
  The CCEU Initial Proposal for 2013-14 contract negotiations is presented for information; it will return for action at the next Governing Board meeting.
6.
  Presidential Search Committee Report
177
    Trustee Smith, Chair of the Presidential Search Committee, will provide an oral update.    
7.
  Board Task Force on President Compensation Report
178
    Trustee Reece, Task Force Chair, will provide information developed by the Task Force on Presidential Compensation.    
    The following items are provided for Governing Board information.  No staff report is anticipated.    
8.
  2013 Spring Census Report
179
9.
  Facility Master Plan Update
183
10.
  Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Annual Report
189
11.
  Santa Cruz County College Commitment (S4C) Activity Report
195
12.
  Financial Reports
197

13.

  Cabrillo College Monthly Calendar
220
    The Cabrillo College Governing Board may discuss items to be placed on the agenda for the future Board meetings.
I.
  ADJOURN   7:30

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