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MINUTES MINUTES MINUTES MINUTES MINUTES MINUTES NEW OPPORTUNITIES ORGANIZATION, INC. BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING Meeting Location Family First Charter School 4953 Marine Avenue, Room C4, Lawndale, CA 90260 THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 2016 OPEN SESSION AT 6:30 P.M. (Prepared and distributed: 6/6/2016) This legislative body conducts business under the meeting requirements of the Ralph M. Brown Act. NOTICE OF INTENT TO RECORD This meeting will be tape recorded for purposes of recording the minutes. In consideration of others, please turn off all electronic devices before the start of the meeting. MEETING AGENDA & RELATED MATERIALS Agendas for regular board meetings as defined by the Brown Act will be posted at the meeting site and the legislative body’s website, if applicable, 72 hours prior to the start of the meeting. Agendas for special meetings as defined by the Brown Act will be posted at the meeting site and the legislative body’s website, if applicable, 24 hours prior to the start of the meeting. Materials relating to an agenda topic that is a matter of public record in open session, will be made available for public inspection 72 hours prior to the start of the meeting, or, alternatively, when the materials are distributed to at least a majority of board members. THE ORDER OF BUSINESS MAY BE CHANGED WITHOUT NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the order of consideration of matters on this agenda may be changed without prior notice. REASONABLE LIMITATIONS MAY BE PLACED ON PUBLIC TESTIMONY The Governing Board’s presiding officer reserves the right to impose reasonable time limits on public testimony to ensure that the agenda is completed. SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS MAY BE MADE Notice is hereby given that, consistent with the requirements of the Bagley-Keene Open Meeting Act, special presentations not mentioned in the agenda may be made at this meeting. However, any such presentation will be for information only. REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION WILL BE PROVIDED FOR ANY INDIVIDUAL WITH A DISABILITY Pursuant to the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, any individual with a disability who requires reasonable accommodation to attend or participate in this meeting may request assistance by contacting the office of the Executive Director at 4953 Marine Ave., Lawndale, CA 90260, (310) 355-0001, at least 48 hours prior to the meeting. FOR MORE INFORMATION For more information concerning this agenda or for materials relating to this meeting, please contact the office of the Executive Director at 4953 Marine Ave., Lawndale, CA 90260, (310) 355-0001, at least 48 hours prior to the meeting.
1. CALL TO ORDER – President Konig called the meeting to order at 6:45pm a. FLAG SALUTE – President Konig led the flag salute. b. ROLL CALL – All members were present, except member Woullard, who had an excused absence due to a scheduling conflict. 2. APPROVAL OF AGENDA – The board approved the agenda with the following modification: item 6a remove the word “Policy” and replace with “AB1344”. Item 6m correct New Opportunities Charter School to New Opportunities Organization; remove item 6n.
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3. PUBLIC COMMENTS – There were no public comments. 4. CONSENT AGENDA Please note: all matters listed under the consent agenda are considered by the Board to be routine and will be approved/enacted by the Board in one motion. Unless specifically requested by a Board member for further discussion or removed from the agenda, there will be no discussion of these items prior to the Board’s vote on them. a. b. c. d. e. f.
CHECK REGISTER(S): April, May MINUTES: April 21, 2016 Credit Card Usage Report 16-17 proposed instructional calendar New Opportunties Charter School 16-17 proposed instructional calendar Family First Charter School Membership acceptance and assurances to the Southwest SELPA for New Opportunities Charter School g. Membership acceptance and assurances to the Southwest SELPA for Family First Charter School Motion: Carrillo Second: Camberos Vote: 4/0 Member Konig Camberos Carrillo Erlandson Woullard
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5. INFORMATIONAL ITEMS a. Presentation – EdTec Financial Update - Chang Patel from EdTec went over the financials for both charters. Members received a full report in their board packets. b. Presentation – Educator Effectiveness Funding Plan c. Career Technical Education (CTE) Incentive Grant Memorandum of Understanding d. Update – 16-17 Joint Powers Authority Agreements between ASCIP and each charter e. One-time buy back of Sick Time Balances affecting all staff f. Interim Site Director assignment for Robert Pena g. Teacher On Special Assignment for Latoya Brown to cover Robert Pena New Opportunities Organization, Inc. June 9, 2016 Board Meeting Agenda - 2
MINUTES MINUTES MINUTES MINUTES MINUTES MINUTES h. Retirement of Cyd Thornton effective June 30, 2016 6. DISCUSSION & ACTION ITEMS – Carmen Rosas guided the board regarding the requirements of AB1344, although the board previously approved a salary schedule for administrators (2/18/16), the board must acknowledge these salary schedules are higher than COLA for the current year. This action brings transparency to salary increase proceedings. a. Executive Compensation Increase Policy AB1344 Motion: Konig Second: Erlandson Vote: 4/0 Member Konig Camberos Carrillo Erlandson Woullard
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b. Approve 2016-17 LCAP New Opportunities Charter School Motion: Camberos Second: Carrillo Vote: 4/0 Member Konig Camberos Carrillo Erlandson Woullard
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c. Approve 2016-17 LCAP Family First Charter School Motion: Camberos Second: Erlandson Vote: 4/0 Member Konig Camberos Carrillo Erlandson Woullard
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d. 2016-17 Budget New Opportunities Charter School
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m. 2016-17 EdTec Contract New Opportunities Charter School Organization Motion: Camberos Second: Konig Vote: 4/0 Member Konig Camberos Carrillo Erlandson Woullard
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n. 2016-17 EdTec Contract Family First Charter School 7. BOARD MEMBER REPORTS – Ms. Camberos, Ms. Erlandson, and Mr. Konig, wished everyone a great summer. 8. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR REPORT – Paul Guzman thanked J.Hilger for his work on the LCAP and CTE, as well as thanked C.Rosas and C.Patel for their contributions to the board agenda. He touched on Re-entry. Through our partnership with the SBWIB, we will increase our Job Developer services at all jail facilities. Mr. Guzman invited the board to 6/15/16 spring graduation inside Men’s Central Jail, and to the outside graduation on 6/21/16 at the CVCA. He briefly informed the board about both charter’s WASC re-certification proceedings. 9. ADJOURNMENT – President Konig adjourned the meeting at 8:55p.m. Next board meeting scheduled for August 11, 2016.