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Regular Board Meeting
Morgan Hill USD
March 05, 2019 6:00PM
MHUSD Board Room - Closed Session 4:30pm

A. CALL TO ORDER
A.1. PUBLIC COMMENT ON CLOSED SESSION TOPICS
Rationale:
Members of the public may address the Board at this time regarding items on the Closed Session agenda. The Board of Education reserves the right to limit speaking time to three (3) minutes or less per individual.
 
A.2. ADJOURN TO CLOSED SESSION (4:30 PM)
A.3. PUPIL PERSONNEL - Student discipline Education Code §48918 (c)(K-12)
A.4. LIABILITY CLAIMS - Governmental Code Section 54956.95
A.4.a. ASCIP Claim No. 1805658
A.5. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - ANTICIPATED LITIGATION - Significant exposure to litigation pursuant to paragraph (2) or (3) of subdivision (d) of Section 54956.9: one case
A.6. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION - Pursuant to subdivision (a) of Government Code §54956.9
Rationale:


 
A.6.a. A Voice for Choice Advocacy, Inc., v. Morgan Hill Unified School District, et.al, Case No. 17CV316128
A.6.b. Santa Clara Superior Court Case No. 17CV319128; EL 17/18-001
A.6.c. Jane Doe 1 et al vs South Valley Dance Arts et al, Case No. 18CV340012
A.6.d. Morgan Hill Unified School District; San Jose Unified School District v. Peninsula Sports, Inc.; Does 1 through 50, Inclusive Case No. 18VC336443
A.6.e. Jane Doe, a minor, by and through her Guardian ad Litem, James Doe v. Morgan Hill Unified School District, and Roes 1-25 inclusive, Case No. 18CV335451
A.6.f. Catherine Rudolph v. Morgan Hill Unified School District Case No. 18CV338592
A.6.g. Approve settlement agreement OAH Case No. 201820354
A.7. CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATOR (Government Code § 54957.6) Morgan Hill Classified Employees Association (MHCEA) and Morgan Hill Federation of Teachers (MHFT), Designated representative: Fawn Myers / Morgan Hill Educational Leaders Association (MHELA), Unrepresented employees, Designated representative: Steve Betando, and Superintendent, Designated representative: Karen Rezendes, Lozano Smith
A.8. PUBLIC EMPLOYEE-DISCIPLINE / DISMISSAL / RELEASE / REASSIGNMENT / COMPLAINT (Government Code § 54957 and 54957.1)
A.9. RECONVENE TO PUBLIC SESSION
B. CALL TO ORDER / PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
C. INTRODUCTION OF BOARD MEMBERS AND STAFF
D. RECOGNITIONS / PRESENTATIONS
D.1. Recognize Alexis Munson - Morgan Hill Chamber of Commerce 2018 Student of the Year
Rationale:
Through a rigorous selection process each year, the Morgan Hill Chamber of Commerce recognizes an Outstanding Student who attends one of the schools in the Morgan Hill area. The 2019 Student of the Year is Alexis Munson. Alexis is not only an exemplary scholar with a 4.3 GPA, and leader and high ranked athlete at Live Oak High School, but she serves as president of Live Oak High School’s first Black Student Union, is a member of the Live Oak Student Voices committee, representative to the school board, and one of the founding students in the newly formed National Honor Society. 

Additionally Alexis is a Louis August Jonas Foundation alumna of Camp Rising Sun and used her experiences in a Santa Clara Library internship at the Morgan Hill Library to creating a community outreach event called “Human Library.” 

Alexis will be honored by the Chamber of Morgan Hill and the entire community this Saturday, March 2, 2019, during the Celebrate Morgan Hill Event at Guglielmo Winery.

 
Comments:
Submitted by: 
Steve Betando, Superintendent
D.2. Recognize Outgoing Central Student Board Member Ashley Sanchez
Rationale:
In accordance with Board ByLaw 9150 – Student Board Member, three Student Board Members are appointed each year.  Each student attends board meetings for one trimester, and serves as alternate for the entire year.  The Board of Education, Superintendent and staff express their appreciation to Ashley Sanchez for her contributions to the Morgan Hill Unified School District community through her service on the Board. She kept the Board informed of student activities and added a student perspective and presence to the Board’s deliberations.  The Board and staff congratulate Ashley on completing her Student Board Member trimester term.
 
Comments:
Submitted by: 
Steve Betando, Superintendent
D.3. Equity Item: Recognize PVEA Community Liaison Araceli Garcia for the Project Cornerstone Asset Champions Awards: Positive Cultural Identity
Rationale:
Community Liaison, Araceli Garcia from Paradise Valley Engineering Academy (PVEA) is being honored by Project Cornerstone for her work with parent engagement. Project Cornerstone, which fosters asset building for youth in our community is honoring Mrs. Garcia with the Positive Cultural Identity Award. Nominees in this category help young people to feel comfortable and proud of their cultural identity - among other accomplishments.  Araceli is a welcoming presence at PVEA - always looking for ways to share resources for parents. She is the smiling face that the community sees when they enter the Paradise Valley office. 

Mrs. Garcia also heads our Los Dichos program -- where ABC readers volunteer in classrooms to read books in Spanish and English -- and follow up with activities. In addition, Mrs. Garcia leads monthly English Learner Advisory Committee meetings -- where parents join to advocate for opportunities for English Language Learners at PVEA and throughout the District.
 
Financial Impact:
None
Comments:
Submitted by:
Julie Page, Principal, Paradise Valley Engineering Academy
Dr. Ramon Zavala, Assistant Superintendent Educational Services
D.4. Delta Kappa Gamma Penne Ferrell Fund Literacy Award
Rationale:
Delta Kappa Gamma (DKG) is an organization of professional women in education whose mission statement is to promote professional and personal growth in women educators and excellence in education. One of the ways DKG does this is through a literacy grant for women educators at the beginning of their careers.  Each year our State organization offers the Penne Ferrell Fund Literacy Award to women educators in their first through third year of teaching.  The Penne Ferrell award is intended to finance the cost of books, e-books, or reading apps.  These reading/literacy resources are intended to supplement curriculum or for a classroom library. 

This year, four Morgan Hill Unified School District teachers are being awarded grants: 

Raven Jackson
Leslie Strich
Kendall Knutsen
Gretchen Monke
 
Comments:
Submitted by: 
Steve Betando, Superintendent
E. ADOPTION OF AGENDA
Rationale:
Items listed under CONSENT are considered to be routine by the Board of Education and will be enacted by one motion at this time. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless a board member or citizen so requests.
 
F. APPROVAL OF CONSENT CALENDAR
G. PUBLIC COMMENT / COMMUNICATIONS
Rationale:
This is opportunity for communication regarding items not on the agenda. Members of the public may address the Board regarding items on the agenda immediately prior to their being discussed by the Board.
 
H. COMMUNICATIONS
H.1. Closed Session Action Report (Government Code § 54957.1)
H.2. Report: Student Board Member
H.3. Reports: Superintendent / Staff
H.4. Reports: Board Members
H.5. Reports: Employee Groups: Morgan Hill Classified Employee Association / Morgan Hill Federation of Teachers / Morgan Hill Educational Leaders Association
H.6. Calendar: Upcoming events
I. CONSENT ITEMS
I.1. BUSINESS SERVICES
I.1.a. Approve lease agreements for use of facilities and/or utilities at various sites
Rationale:
Pursuant to Education Code 38131(b) and Board Policy 1330, the Governing Board may grant the use of school facilities or grounds for public use as long as they don’t impact educational programs at the site.  The Board is requested to approve the attached leases.

The fee will increase by $120 per year, per site for use of District owned facilities and $0.10 a square foot per year, per site for utility fees for non-district owned facilities (where applicable).

Organization

School

District Owned

Non-District Owned

Child Development Center

El Toro


X


Nordstrom

X

X


Walsh

X

Go Kids, Inc.

San Martin

X

X

YMCA

Barrett


X


Paradise Valley


X


Los Paseos


X



All organizations are responsible for contracting all refuge, phone, data, cable TV and internet services directly with the service providers.

The tentative start date for the agreement with First 5 is May 1, 2019. The annual fee will be prorated.

 
Financial Impact:
Earnings from the lease agreements are deposited into the general fund
Comments:
Submitted by:
Anessa Espinosa, Director Facilities
Kirsten Perez, Assistant Superintendent Business Services
Attachments:
190305 CDC 19-22 CDC Owned
190305 CDC 19-22 District Owned
190305 Go Kids 19-22 District Owned
190305 Go Kids 19-22 Go Kids Owned
190305 YMCA 19-22 Los Paseos Land
190305 YMCA 19-22 PV Barrett Land
I.1.b. Ratification of contracts executed pursuant to Board Policy 3312 for the month of January 2019
Rationale:
The District contracts with consultants or independent contractors who can provide valuable and necessary specialized services not normally required on a continuing basis. Pursuant to Education Code 17604 and Board Policy 3312(a), the Superintendent or designee (employees identified in Bd.Ed. 2017-18 Reso 058) has the authority to enter into contracts with a value up to $100,000 on behalf of the District. These contracts must be subsequently ratified by the Board.

The attached document lists the contracts executed by the Superintendent or designee for the month of January 2019.

 
Comments:
Submitted by:
Kirsten Perez, Assistant Superintendent Business Services
Attachments:
190305 Monthly Under $100k Signed Contracts January 2019
I.1.c. Adopt resolution to accept donations made to the Morgan Hill Unified School District
Rationale:
The following is a donation resolution to accept donations made to the Morgan Hill Unified School District Schools.
 
Financial Impact:
Cash donations will be added to the 2018-19 budget of each site
Comments:
Submitted by:
Victoria Knutson, Director Fiscal Services
Kirsten Perez, Assistant Superintendent Business Services
Attachments:
190305 Accept Donations
I.1.d. Adopt resolution to accept increases to budgets as a result of donations and make changes between funds as needed
Rationale:
Cash donations and other types of donations have been listed on the attached resolution. The following is a donation action resolution to increase budgets as a result of cash donations and make changes between funds as needed.
 
Financial Impact:
Cash donations were included in the 2018-19 budget of each site
Comments:
Submitted by: 
Victoria Knutson, Director Fiscal Services 
Kirsten Perez, Assistant Superintendent Business Services
Attachments:
190305 Accept Budget Increases
I.1.e. Approve Measure G Citizen's Oversight Committee member term extension
Rationale:
On October 4, 2016, Kristen Schoepe was approved as a member of the Measure G Citizens' Oversight Committee representing the position of “Parent / Guardian of a child enrolled in our district and active in H&SC.”  Ms. Schoepe has been a valuable member of the COC who attends regularly and Staff is requesting Board approval for the extension of appointment for Kristen Schoepe to an additional term, expiring January of 2021.
 
Comments:
Submitted by:
Casino Fajardo, Director Construction and Modernization
Kirsten Perez, Assistant Superintendent Business Services
I.2. EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
I.2.a. Accept annual review of Board Policy and Administrative Regulation 1312.3 – Uniform Complaint Procedure
Rationale:
The governance calendar states that an annual review of the district’s 1312.3 Uniform Complaint Procedure Board Policy and Administrative Regulation will be undertaken.

The last review and revision of this Board Policy/Administrative Regulation was December 5, 2017.  The current board policy and administrative regulation are attached.  No changes are recommended at this time.

 
Financial Impact:
None
Comments:
Submitted by:
Dr. Ramon Zavala, Assistant Superintendent Educational Services
Attachments:
190305 AR 1312.3
190305 BP 1312.3
I.2.b. Approve travel for 26 members of the Ann Sobrato High School Jazz Band to participate in the Reno Jazz Festival held at the University of Nevada, Reno
Rationale:

Twenty-six members of the Ann Sobrato High School Jazz Band wish to participate in the Reno Jazz Festival held at the University of Nevada, Reno beginning Thursday, April 25, 2019 and ending Saturday, April 27, 2019.  The students will miss two days of class: Thursday, April 25th and Friday, April 26th.  This request falls outside of the sixty day preapproval and an exception is being requested.  


The students will be chaperoned by the band director and at least 6 adult chaperones, both male and female.  Students will travel by car (all parent drivers will have appropriate paperwork on file in the administrative offices) and will stay two nights at Circus Circus.  Fundraising opportunities and scholarships are available for students who need it.
 
Financial Impact:
None
Comments:
Submitted by:
Courtney Macko, Principal, Ann Sobrato High School
Dr. Ramon Zavala, Assistant Superintendent Educational Services
I.2.c. Approve travel for thirteen members of the Live Oak High School Girls’ Varsity Basketball team to attend the South Lake Tahoe Basketball Jamboree in South Lake Tahoe, California
Rationale:
Thirteen members of the Live Oak High School Girls’ Varsity Basketball team request permission to attend the South Lake Tahoe Basketball Jamboree leaving Wednesday, June 19, 2019 and returning Sunday, June 23, 2019.  

The purpose of this trip is to enable the athletes to work on individual skill and team development as well as create the necessary bond needed to develop team chemistry and camaraderie in preparation for the 2019-2020 season.  Players will have morning pre-game meetings and skill development clinics and participate in games against opposing schools in the afternoon.    

The chaperones include Live Oak High School teacher and Varsity Coach Mike Kiefer, Lyndsey Fujii, Assistant Varsity Basketball Coach, JV Head Coach Aaron Perez, and additional chaperone Jennifer Chapman.  Transportation will be by private vehicle.  Overnight accommodations will be at a local cabin recommended by the clinic.  The cost of the trip is approximately $500 per player.  Fundraising opportunities and scholarships are available to students who need it.
 
Financial Impact:
None
Comments:
Submitted by:
Dr. Maria Reitano, Principal, Live Oak High School
Dr. Ramon Zavala, Assistant Superintendent Educational Services
I.3. HUMAN RESOURCES
I.3.a. Approve student teaching agreement with National University
Rationale:
Attached is a copy of the Student Teaching Memorandum of Understanding between National University and Morgan Hill Unified School District. The term of the agreement is February 6, 2019 through written termination by either party.

The approval of this document establishes a formal relationship between the District and National University and allows the District to place National University student teachers in our classrooms. Many fine permanent teachers in our District have first served as student teachers for Morgan Hill.

 
Financial Impact:
None
Comments:
Submitted by:
Fawn Myers, Assistant Superintendent Human Resources
Attachments:
190305 National University Student Teaching MOU
I.3.b. Approve personnel action to employ, re-employ, promote, reassign, accept resignation, accept retirement, and authorize related compensation
Rationale:
See attached
 
Financial Impact:
Included in adopted budget
Comments:
Submitted by:
Fawn Myers, Assistant Superintendent Human Resources
Attachments:
190305 Personnel Order
I.4. SUPERINTENDENT
I.4.a. Approve the minutes from Special Board Meeting January 16, 2019 and January 17, 2019 and Regular Board meeting of February 5, 2019
Comments:
Submitted by:
Steve Betando, Superintendent 
Attachments:
190116 Special Meeting Minutes
190117 Special Meeting Minutes
190205 Meeting Minutes
I.4.b. Proposed revisions to Board Policy based on updates from California School Boards Association Policy Maintenance Services
Rationale:
Since 2012, the district has contracted with the California School Boards Association for Board Policy Manual maintenance and online posting.  CSBA services include posting and maintaining MHUSD’s policy manual online and sending recommended updates based on changes in law.

On February 14, 2019, the Policy Subcommittee reviewed and approved the attached policy changes. They are presented to the Board tonight for their approval.

 
Comments:
Submitted by:
Steve Betando, Superintendent
Attachments:
190305 BB9110 Term of Office
190305 BB9322 Agenda Meeting Materials
190305 BB9324 Minutes and Recordings
190305 BP0420 School Plans Site Council
190305 BP0420.42 Charter School Renewal
190305 BP0450 Comprehensive Safety Plans
190305 BP0460 Local Control Accountability Plan
190305 BP1100 Communication with the Public
190305 BP3100 Budget
190305 BP6146.1 HS Grad Req
J. GENERAL BUSINESS - PUBLIC SESSION ITEMS FOR BOARD DISCUSSION
J.1. Approve 2018-19 Second Interim Budget for the General Fund as reported in the Standardized Account Code Structure (SACS) report
Rationale:
In accordance with Education Code 42130, a school district is required to submit twice during the fiscal year a financial report certifying the district’s ability to meet its financial obligations.  These reports examine the district’s enrollment, spending pattern, fund balance, and reserve for economic uncertainties.

There are several purposes for these reports:

  • To provide a review of the District’s financial condition at periodic intervals during the fiscal year
  • To provide a status report to the Board of Education and the public of the financial condition of the District
  • To determine necessary budget revisions as a result of current or projected financial information.  The interim reflects adopted, revised and projected budgets. The second interim report reflects financial and budgetary status as of January 31, 2019. 

Attached are the State prescribed budget forms, a narrative explaining the changes in the General Fund, and a spreadsheet summarizing the budgeted amounts.

 
Comments:
Submitted by:
Victoria Knutson, Director Fiscal Services
Kirsten Perez, Assistant Superintendent Business Services
Attachments:
190305 2018-19 Second Interim - All Funds - SACS forms
190305 2018-19 Second Interim - Fund Summary
190305 2018-19 Second Interim - General Fund Narrative
J.2. Adopt resolution of non-reelection of probationary certificated employees
Rationale:
Education Code 44929.21 states that "The governing board shall notify the employee, on or before March 15 of the employee's second complete consecutive school year of employment by the district in a position or positions requiring certification qualifications, of the decision to reelect or not reelect the employee for the next succeeding school year to the position. In the event that the governing board does not give notice pursuant to this section on or before March 15, the employee shall be deemed reelected for the next succeeding school year."

By statute, certificated employees remain in probationary status for two complete years.  At the first day of their third year, certificated employees are deemed permanent.  Principals are tasked with peformance evaluations of all teachers and must give a recommendation to Human Resources regarding reelection or non-reelection for each probationary teacher. Principals must meet with and notify non-reelected probationary teachers by March 15.

The attached resolution authorizes the Superintendent or Superintendent's designee to send notification of non-reelection to identified employees.

 
Financial Impact:
None
Comments:
Submitted by:
Fawn Myers, Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources
Attachments:
190305 Nonreelect Reso
J.3. Adopt resolution to decrease the number of certificated employees due to a reduction in Particular Kinds of Services (PKS)
Rationale:
California Education Code 44949 states, "No later than March 15 and before an employee is given notice by the governing board that his or her services will not be required for the ensuing year for the reasons specified in Section 44955, the governing board and the employee shall be given written notice by the superintendent of the district or his or her designee that it has been recommended that the notice be given to the employee."

Working with enrollment projections, students' course requests, and staffing allocations, site administrators, in collaboration with District staff, have identified the Particular Kinds of Services (PKS) that may need to be eliminated from the school district budget for the 2019-2020 school year.

With the information available as of March 1, and pursuant to the statute above, the Governing Board of the Morgan Hill Unified School District must act upon the resolution to decrease the number of certificated employees due to a reduction or discontinuance in Particular Kinds of Services (PKS) in order to meet the requirement to serve a layoff notification to any affected employee by March 15, 2019. As time progresses and more information becomes available related to student enrollment and student course requests, and should the District have need of the Particular Kinds of Service identified in this resolution, then a layoff notice would be rescinded.

 
Comments:
Submitted by:
Fawn Myers, Assistant Superintendent Human Resources
Attachments:
190305 Certificated PKS Reso
J.4. 2019 California School Boards Association (CSBA) Delegate Assembly Election Ballots – Due March 15, 2019
Rationale:
The Delegate Assembly is the primary policy-making body of the California School Boards Association.  Delegates adopt the association's legislative platform, take positions on important issues, elect officers and directors, and adopt bylaw changes.  Delegates also serve as a vital link between board members in their region and the regional director.  Individuals elected in 2019 will serve a two-year term through March 31, 2021.

Morgan Hill Unified School District is in Region 20 (Santa Clara County). There are six (6) vacancies for Region 20 (Santa Clara County) on the Delegate Assembly.  The Board has the opportunity to cast a single vote for no more than six (6) individuals (see attached ballot).  Copies of each candidate’s biographical sketch and optional resume, if provided, are attached.  Ballots must be postmarked no later than Friday, March 15, 2019.
  

Following board discussion, the Board may choose up to six candidates and cast a ballot, which will then be mailed to CSBA.

 
Comments:
Submitted by:
Steve Betando, Superintendent
Attachments:
190305 Official Delegate Assembly Ballot Region 20
J.5. Broadcasting Board Meetings
Rationale:
At the January 17, 2019, Morgan Hill Unified School District Board Meeting, trustees requested staff to create an agenda item to present information about past discussions about the possibility of broadcasting board meetings and provide for an opportunity to discuss the topic.

A previous board reviewed the same topic during 2015. Staff presented the following information at a regularly scheduled board meeting on October 6, 2015:

Information / Discussion: Video Taping Board Meetings

According to the National School’s Public Relations Association (NSPRA), Boards should consider the following when deciding whether to video record meetings:

  • Research community expectations
  • Discuss the pros and cons of broadcasting meetings
  • Determine your budget
  • Evaluate the suitability of your current board meeting location        
  • Seek partnerships with other public agencies, such as local cable television, city/county and municipal government
  • Strengthen board policies and procedures regarding board meeting protocols
  • Identify how meeting broadcasts will be archived and stored
  • Decide if meetings will be rebroadcast on cable television or on the web
  • Determine when and if any circumstances would warrant editing of a broadcast
  • Provide training and orientation for board and staff members.

Trustee Badillo has requested additional information on the potential costs of videotaping Board meetings.  Staff has provided a few options below.

  • Video Streaming – The District currently uses a Google Hangout to stream audio and video to the overflow room in the Educational Services Department.  The video is captured with the camera on a laptop stationed at the back of the room and the audio feed comes from the microphones at the dais and podium.  The video and audio quality of this option is poor, and results in some inaudible moments due to excessive audience chatter, or the speaker talking with a low volume.  Google Hangout has an option to record this data (in addition to feeding it live to the overflow room) and the video is stored on YouTube for no cost.  This requires no additional equipment to be purchased and a minimal amount of staff time to process and upload the video to YouTube.  An optional component of Google Hangouts allows for the bookmarking of the video to allow a viewer to advance to identifiable points on the agenda; this option requires a staff member to “mark” the points during the meeting, and cannot be accomplished at a later time.
  • Video Production – This would produce a more sophisticated, professional recording that would have better sound and video quality and could be played on the local access television channel as well as uploaded to YouTube.  This option would require a significant upfront hardware and software investment, as well as substantial recurring costs associated with staff needed to operate equipment and edit the video.  Another option would be to contract out for video production services.
    1. Contract-out: Gilroy Unified School District contracts with MultiPoint Media who provides one person with a stationary studio camera and two DVD sets of the meetings.  The meetings are broadcast on the local access channel.  The cost is $450 per meeting. This cost does not include post editing.
    2. In-house: Santa Clara County Office of Education has their video production done by staff.  The initial hardware, cameras, lights, and installation costs were $78,850 with annual costs of $22,320 (software ($7,920) and technical staff to set-up, operate, and edit the video ($14,400)).
    3. Sobrato and Live Oak Media Departments: In coordination with the high schools and the community access television, a local video service program similar to the capabilities of MultiPoint could be established at similar costs ($400 per meeting), which would also support the Career Tech objectives of the District.  Cost estimates are being acquired for fixed camera support in the Board Room to record to a digital media (hard drive). Personnel costs of uploading the video to the web can be outsourced to a vendor like MultiPoint Media, or to our high school Media departments

    Note: The costs estimated in the above information are from 2015 and not updated with today's cost estimates. Should the board express an interest in receiving new or updated information with regard to broadcasting meetings, staff would re-research options, revisit the advantages and disadvantages, and renew cost estimates for such options.

     
    Financial Impact:
    Estimated: $5,000-$100,000+
    Comments:
    Submitted by: 
    Steve Betando, Superintendent
    J.6. New business: future agenda items / recognitions
    K. PUPIL DISCIPLINE
    L. ADJOURNMENT
    Rationale:
    The next REGULAR meeting of the Board of Education is scheduled for Tuesday, March 19, 2019, with Open Session beginning at 6:00pm.  The agenda will be available on the District's website by 5:00pm Friday, March 15, 2019.
     
    Disability Information:
    Special Accommodations: In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you need special assistance to access the Board meeting room or to otherwise participate at this meeting, including auxiliary aids or services, please contact Kelly Schriefer at 201-6001. Notification at least 48 hours prior to the meeting will enable the District to make reasonable arrangements to ensure accessibility to the Board meeting. Documents provided to a majority of the Governing Board regarding an open session item in the agenda will be made available for public inspection in the District Office located at 15600 Concord Circle, Morgan Hill during normal business hours.

    Published: March 1, 2019, 4:58 PM

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