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Regular Board Meeting - Closed Session 5:00 PM
Morgan Hill USD
September 03, 2019 6:00PM
MHUSD Board Room - Closed Session 5:00 PM

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 (5:00 PM)
A.3. PUPIL PERSONNEL - Student discipline Education Code §48918 (c)(K-12)
A.4. LIABILITY CLAIMS - Governmental Code Section 54956.95
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
A.6.a. Jane Doe 1 et al v. South Valley Dance Arts et al, Case No. 18CV340012
A.6.b. Morgan Hill Unified School District; San Jose Unified School District v. Peninsula Sports, Inc.; Does 1 through 50, Inclusive Case No. 18VC336443
A.6.c. EL 17/18-001 v. Morgan Hill Unified School District Case No. 17CV319128
A.6.d. Catherine Rudolph v. Morgan Hill Unified School District Case No. 18CV338592
A.6.e. EL 18/19-008 v. Morgan Hill Unified School District et al Case No. 19CV345561
A.6.f. A Voice for Choice Advocacy, Inc., v. Morgan Hill Unified School District, et.al, Case No. 17CV316128
A.6.g. A Voice for Choice Advocacy, Inc., v. Morgan Hill Unified School District, et.al, Case No. 19CV352621
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. CONFERENCE WITH REAL PROPERTY NEGOTIATORS (Government Code §54956.8)
A.9. PUBLIC EMPLOYEE-DISCIPLINE / DISMISSAL / RELEASE / REASSIGNMENT / COMPLAINT (Government Code § 54957 and 54957.1)
A.10. RECONVENE TO PUBLIC SESSION
B. CALL TO ORDER / PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE (6:00 PM)
C. INTRODUCTION OF BOARD MEMBERS AND STAFF (6:02 PM)
D. RECOGNITIONS / PRESENTATIONS
E. ADOPTION OF AGENDA (6:05 PM)
F. APPROVAL OF CONSENT CALENDAR (6:07 PM)
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.
 
G. PUBLIC COMMENT / COMMUNICATIONS (6:10 PM)
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 (6:20 PM)
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 Fiscal Year 2020-21 Budget Development Calendar
Rationale:
The development of the District’s annual budget is an important process that helps to ensure the ongoing fiscal solvency of the District.  The budget development calendar is a tool to assist the District in managing the budget development process by detailing the major timelines, necessary actions, and persons responsible.  The calendar serves as a guideline and is continually reviewed and updated when needed.

The complexity of managing a school district budget today necessitates the development of a budget calendar that encompasses the majority of the year.  The process begins early so that timely decisions can be made and culminates in June when the District adopts its annual budget as required by Education Code 42127.

 
Comments:
Submitted by:
Victoria Knutson, Director Fiscal Services
Kirsten Perez, Assistant Superintendent Business Services
Attachments:
190903 2020-21 Budget Development Calendar
I.1.b. Adopt resolution naming authorized check signers for MHUSD bank accounts
Rationale:
The attached resolution updates the list of signers for the Morgan Hill Unified School District bank accounts. With the administrative changes at various sites and departments within the district, it is necessary to update the signers on the accounts. All accounts require two signatures.

Our external auditors, Vavrinek, Trine Day & Co., LLP audit the bank accounts annually.
 
Comments:
Submitted by:
Raissa Cachola, Supervisor Fiscal Services
Victoria Knutson, Director Fiscal Services
Kirsten Perez, Assistant Superintendent Business Services
Attachments:
190903 Adopt Reso Naming Authorized Check Signers
I.1.c. 2018-2019 Capital Facilities (Developer Fees) receipts and expenditures
Rationale:
The Capital Facilities Fund is a collection of developer fees used to provide facility needs for the District’s growth and capacity.  Following is a summary of the total amount collected and expenditures for the 2018-2019 school year.  The expenditure amounts shown do not represent the total amount of the project, only the amount spent during the fiscal year.

The Level I fees are $3.79 for residential and $0.61 commercial/industrial. State Allocation Board will be reassessing the fees in January 2020. 

2018-2019 Capital Facilities
Beginning Balance
$10,644,913.66
     
Revenue
Developer Fees $2,743,977.48
Interest $238,231.30
Total Revenue $13,627,122.44
     
Expenditures
3% Admin Fee (transfer to the General Fund) $82,319.33
Developer Fees Legal Expenses $3,336.00
Demographic Study/Ischool Finder (web based school boundary program) $10,000.00 (1)
VTA Lot Purchase $1,011,648.00
Borello Property $144,178.17 (2)
Walsh Portable Lease-Migrant Ed reimbursement $(5,100.00)
Total Expenditures $1,246,381.50
Ending Fund Balance $12,380,740.94
(1) $5,000 prior year expense
(2) $136,338 Legal for Voice for Choice
 
Financial Impact:
The ending fund balance of $12,380,740.94 will be carried over to the 2019-2020 Capital Facilities budget.
Comments:
Submitted by:
Anessa Espinosa, Director Facilities
Kirsten Perez, Assistant Superintendent Business Services
I.1.d. Adopt resolution approving Gann Appropriation Limit
Rationale:
Paul Gann, co-author of Proposition 13, continued the spirit of the “taxpayer’s revolt” with his own initiative designed to limit the growth in government spending.  This initiative, enacted as Proposition 4 in 1979, did not require cuts in government spending, but rather limited the growth in government spending by linking year-to-year changes in expenditures to changes in inflation (represented by per capita personal income) and caseloads (represented by average daily attendance for schools).

Pursuant to Government Code 7906, the District is required to annually adopt a resolution identifying the estimated appropriations limit for the current year and the actual appropriations limit for the preceding year.  Based on the attached calculations, the 2018-19 Gann Limit is $69,273,380.90 and the estimated 2019-20 Gann Limit is $71,940,406.06. The District did exceed its appropriation limit in 2018-19.


 
Comments:
Submitted by:
Victoria Knutson, Director Fiscal Services
Kirsten Perez, Assistant Superintendent Business Services
Attachments:
2018-19 GANN Appropriation Limit Resolution
2018-19 Gann Limit - Letter to State of Dept of Finance
2018-19 Unaudited Actuals - Form GANN
I.1.e. Approval of agreement with McKim Design Group, Inc. to provide design services for the Jackson Academy Multi-Purpose Building and Classroom Project
Rationale:
On September 5, 2017 the Board of Education approved the preliminary project list for funding out of Measure G's series B bond sale proceeds. Those projects were broken down into the following scopes of work: Britton Middle School Reconstruction, Nordstrom Elementary School Portable Replacement, Jackson Academy of Math and Music new Multi-Purpose Room, Technology Infrastructure and Replacement, and Program/Construction Management. 

On January 22, 2019, Staff issued a formal Request for Qualifications/Proposals ("RFQ/P") for architectural services to further design and implement the Multipurpose room at Jackson Academy based on the site specific master plan and in accordance with the District's educational specifications. On February 4, 2019 RFQ/P's were received for the project.

Staff has reviewed the proposals for accuracy and recommends the approval of McKim Design Group.

 
Financial Impact:
$995,292 to be funded out of Measure G, Series B bond proceeds
Comments:
Submitted by:
Casino Fajardo, Director Construction and Modernization
Kirsten Perez, Assistant Superintendent Business Services
Attachments:
190903 MHUSD-McKim_Jackson MUB Project
I.1.f. Approve lease agreement with Santa Clara County Office of Education for use of the land at Martin Murphy Middle School
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 upon terms and conditions that will not impact educational programs at the site.  The Board is requested to approve the attached lease agreement with the Santa Clara County Office of Education, which is in compliance with these mandates.
 
Comments:
Submitted by:
Anessa Espinosa, Director Facilities
Kirsten Perez, Assistant Superintendent Business Services
Attachments:
190903 COE 19-22 Land Murphy
I.1.g. Approve Investment Banking Services Agreement with Stifel, Nicolaus, & Company for investment banking and underwriting services for the 2020 General Obligation Bonds
Rationale:
Stifel, Nicolaus, & Company will assist Morgan Hill Unified School District in structuring, marketing, and selling to investors general obligation bonds if authorized by voters in the upcoming 2020 bond measure.  Stifel, Nicolaus, & Company will serve as the managing underwriter under the terms and conditions specified in the Agreement.

Compensation to the underwriter is contingent on the sale of bonds and will be paid only at the time of the sale of such bonds. If the 2020 bond measure is unsuccessful or if the bonds are never sold, the underwriters would receive no compensation.

 
Comments:
Submitted by:
Casino Fajardo, Director Construction and Modernization
Kirsten Perez, Assistant Superintendent Business Services
Attachments:
190903 Morgan Hill USD Investment Banking Agreement 2020 GO Bond Measure
I.1.h. Approve Agreement for Bond Counsel with the law firm of Stradling Yocca Carlson & Rauth for the 2020 General Obligation Bonds
Rationale:
Stradling Yocca Carlson & Rauth will provide Morgan Hill Unified School District with legal “Bond Counsel” services in connection with the District’s planned 2020 solicitation of voter approval for issuance of general obligation bonds.  Bond counsel will provide the necessary legal services in connection with the authorization, sale and consummation of the financing proceedings.  Such legal services shall include pre-election and post-election services.

Payment of any fee to Bond Counsel is contingent on the successful election and issuance of bonds. Bond fees for these services will be paid out of proceeds received by the District from the sale of bonds.

 
Comments:
Submitted by:
Casino Fajardo, Director Construction and Modernization
Kirsten Perez, Assistant Superintendent Business Services
Attachments:
190903 Bond Counsel Agreement
I.1.i. Ratification of contracts executed pursuant to Board Policy 3312 for the month of July 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 July 2019.

 
Comments:
Submitted by:
Kirsten Perez, Assistant Superintendent Business Services
Attachments:
190903 Monthly Contracts
I.2. EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
I.2.a. Approve travel for four members of the Live Oak High School Future Farmers of America (FFA) to attend the National Future Farmers of America (FFA) Leadership Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana
Rationale:
Four Live Oak High School Future Farmers of America students request permission to attend the National Future Farmers of America (FFA) Leadership Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana leaving Wednesday, October 30, 2019 and returning Saturday, November 2, 2019.  These students will be participating in leadership activities, building leadership skills, and will then demonstrate these learned skills in the classroom and at FFA meetings.

The students will be chaperoned by Live Oak High School teacher Nicole Jorgenson.  Transportation will be by school vehicle and airplane. Accommodations will be at a local hotel with the California Association of FFA.  The cost of the trip is $1900 per student.  Fundraising opportunities and scholarships are available to students who need it.
 
Financial Impact:
None
Comments:
Submitted by:  
Tanya Calabretta, Principal, Live Oak High School  
Pilar Vazquez-Vialva, Assistant Superintendent, Educational Services
I.2.b. Approve travel for 97 members of the Live Oak High School Emerald Regime and Color Guard to attend the Western Band Association (WBA) State Competition in Kingsburg, California
Rationale:
One hundred forty members of the Live Oak High School Emerald Regime and Color Guard request permission to attend the Western Band Association State Competition leaving Friday, November 22, 2019 and returning Sunday, November 24, 2019. The competition will be held at Kingsburg High School in Kingsburg, California.  

Students will perform and be adjudicated by certified musicians and judged by their overall performance as a marching band.  The purpose of the trip is to compete in State preliminary and finals competitions.  Students will gain an understanding of the workings of other high school bands.  They will also have the opportunity to evaluate and critique other musicians.

There will be fifteen adult chaperones (male and female) including Live Oak High School Band Director, Jason Locsin.  Accommodations will be at the Holiday Inn Express in Visalia, California. The cost of the trip is approximately $150 per student.  Fundraising opportunities and scholarships are available to students.  Transportation will be by charter bus.
 
Financial Impact:
None
Comments:
Submitted by:  
Tanya Calabretta, Principal, Live Oak High School  
Pilar Vazquez-Vialva, Assistant Superintendent, Educational Services
I.2.c. Approve Special Education Contracts in the sum of $229,390
Rationale:
The Department of Special Education requests approval of the following 2019-20 Special Education contract for Morgan Hill Unified School District.

The Creekside School - Non Public School for a student whose specific needs cannot
currently be served appropriately within MHUSD programs/staff, per the student's
Individualized Educational Plan (IEP)

Basic Education Program: 203 days at $385 = $78,155
Occupational Therapy: 60 min/weekly - 43 weeks at $145/hour = $6,235
Speech / Language: 60 min/weekly - 43 weeks at $145/hour = $6,235
Intensive Individual Services: 203 days at $95/day = $19,285
Behavior Intervention Services: 120 minutes/month for 12 months at $145/hour = $3,480

$113,390

The Creekside School - Non Public School for a student whose specific needs cannot currently be served appropriately within MHUSD programs/staff, per the student's Individualized Educational Plan (IEP)


Basic Education Program: 203 days at $385 = $78,155
Intensive Individual Services: 203 days at $95/day = $19,285
Occupational Therapy: 60 min/weekly for 43 weeks at $145/hour = $6,235
Occupational Therapy Consult: 1 hour/month for 12 months at $145/hour = $1,740
Speech / Language: 60 min/weekly for 43 weeks at $145/hour = $6,235
Speech/Language Consult: 30 minutes/month for 12 months at $145/month = $870
BCBA Consult: 2 hours/month at $145/month for 12 months = $3,480

$116,000

 
Financial Impact:
Approve Special Education contracts in the sum of $229,390 included in the adopted budget

Comments:
Submitted by:
Pilar Vazquez-Vialva, Assistant Superintendent Educational Services

I.3. HUMAN RESOURCES
I.3.a. Adopt resolution proclaiming the week of October 13-19, 2019 as the Week of the School Administrator
Rationale:
The State of California has declared the second full week of October as the “Week of the School Administrator” in Education Code 44015.1.  As the Board of Education of the Morgan Hill Unified School District values its leadership, just as it values its teachers and other support staff, the Board, by adopting the attached resolution, would like to take this opportunity to express its gratitude for the fine work of its administrative team by joining other districts in the State in proclaiming October 13 - 19, 2019 as “Week of the School Administrator.”
 
Financial Impact:
None
Comments:
Submitted by:
Fawn Myers, Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources
Attachments:
190903 Week of the School Administrator Reso
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 of Human Resources
Attachments:
190903 Personnel Order
I.4. SUPERINTENDENT
I.4.a. Approve the minutes from the Regular Board meeting of August 20, 2019
Comments:
Submitted by:
Steve Betando, Superintendent
Attachments:
190903 August 20, 2019 Meeting Minutes
I.4.b. Adopt resolution authorizing compensation for Wendy Sullivan's absence from a regular meeting of the Morgan Hill Unified School District Board of Education held on August 20, 2019
Rationale:
The attached resolution authorizing compensation for Wendy Sullivan's absence from a regular meeting of the Board of Education held on August 20, 2019 is submitted for approval in accordance with Board Policy 9250.
 
Financial Impact:
None
Comments:
Submitted by:
Steve Betando, Superintendent
Attachments:
190903 W Sullivan BOE Absence Reso
J. GENERAL BUSINESS - PUBLIC SESSION ITEMS FOR BOARD DISCUSSION
J.1. Equity Item: Public Hearing: Ratify tentative agreement between Morgan Hill Unified School District and the Morgan Hill Federation of Teachers effective July 1, 2019 - June 30, 2021 (6:30 PM)
Rationale:
Public Hearing/Action:

The Morgan Hill Unified School District (District) and the Morgan Hill Federation of Teachers (MHFT) entered into negotiations in April 2019 over articles of interest to both parties.  On August 10, 2019, the parties reached tentative agreement.

The members of MHFT ratified the tentative agreement by site elections by August 29, 2019. After conducting the public hearing, staff recommends that the District also ratify the agreement.

Below is a summary of the major components of the tentative agreement.  Attached are the specific language changes that have been agreed to.

Article 4 Compensation

  • 1.5% salary increase for 2019-20

  • 1.5% salary increase for 2020-21

Article 9 Health & Welfare Benefits

  • Two-year step away from use of District contribution toward voluntary (fringe) benefits

  • All MHFT employees enrolled in a guaranteed-issue $10,000 life insurance policy paid by the District (beneficiary selected by employee)

  • Instead of a flat $9,000 annual contribution for all MHFT employees, there is a new tier structure created which will go into effect January 1, 2020, which increases the District contribution for medical, dental, and vision benefits for MHFT employees who have dependents. 

Article 15 Class Size

  • A lowered ratio for students to counselors from 700:1 to 500:1


In addition, the parties also agree:

  1. To form a joint Funds Available Committee (Article 4)

  2. To participate in a Health Benefits Committee (Article 9)

  3. To review mutual matters of concern related to Special Education

  4. To consider the contract closed until June 2021 unless mutual agreement to reopen any of the articles

 
Financial Impact:
See attached AB1200.
Comments:
Submitted by:
Fawn Myers, Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources
Kirsten Perez, Assistant Superintendent of Business Services
Attachments:
190903 MHFT AB1200
190903 MHFT-MHUSD Tentative Agreement 8-10-19
J.2. Approve 2018-19 Unaudited Actuals for the General Fund and Restricted Non-General Funds (6:40 PM)Was edited within 72 hours of the Meeting
Rationale:

In accordance with Education Code Section 42100, the Board of Education must approve the Unaudited Actuals Financial Report, which reflects the prior year activity and ending fund balances.  These reports are subsequently filed with the Santa Clara County Office of Education and audited by the District's independent auditing firm, Vavrinek, Trine, Day & Co., LLP, and presented to the Board no later than January 30, 2020 as Audited Actuals.

For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019, the unappropriated General Fund balance is $17,291,451.01.  For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2020, the unappropriated General Fund balance is $15,435,189.24.  Included in both years are set-asides for the required 3% Reserve for Economic Uncertainties and site carryover. 

When the Board approved the 2019-20 Adopted Budget, the beginning fund balances represented an estimate of the ending fund balance for 2018-19.  Now that the District has closed the prior fiscal year, the 2019-20 Budget has been updated to reflect the actual beginning fund balances.



 
Financial Impact:

Closing of 2018-19 financial records for the General Fund and Restricted Non-General Funds


Comments:
Submitted by:
Victoria Knutson, Director Fiscal Services
Kirsten Perez, Assistant Superintendent Business Services
Attachments:
190903 Form 01
190903 Form 11
190903 Form 12
190903 Form 13
190903 Form 14
190903 Form 17
190903 Form 20
190903 Form 21
190903 Form 25
190903 Form 49
190903 Form 51
J.3. Approve provisional internship permit (PIP) for a certificated employee (6:50 PM)
Rationale:
The California Commission on Teacher Credentialing issues the provisional internship permit (PIP) which provides applicants additional time to meet the subject matter competence requirement(s) needed to enter an internship program. A District may request a PIP only after a diligent search has been conducted and a fully credentialed teacher could not be found. The PIP is issued for one (1) year and is not renewable. All requests for a PIP must be presented to the Governing Board of a public school district for approval. Every PIP request that is submitted to the Commission on Teacher Credentialing must also include verification that a notice of intent to employ the named applicant has been made public.

Understanding that Special Education is a high-need area, Human Resources held three informational sessions during the 2018-19 year for current classified staff to learn more about entering a credential program.  These efforts have yielded several intern-ready candidates.

Despite increasing the pipeline with internal candidates, attending recruiting fairs, and posting positions on EdJoin, Indeed, LinkedIn, MHUSD website, and on our partner universities’ job boards, the District has not received enough fully credentialed applicants to fill the vacant positions.

Human Resources has conducted ten rounds of interviews between May 14 and August 6, 2019. Because it is difficult to hire fully credentialed teachers in the high-need credential area such as Special Education,  the District has already submitted a Declaration of Need with the Santa Clara County Office of Education and have sent three other candidates for their PIPs after approval granted from the August 6, 2019 Board of Education meeting. The District still has one part-time vacancy in our Special Education program. 

Lily Medina is ready to assume a 60% assignment as a Resource Specially at Jackson Academy of Math and Music.

Lily is currently enrolled and has completed her first year through Santa Clara County Office of Education's EPIC credential program to earn an Education Specialist credential .  Lily has worked as a substitute para educator with Santa Clara Unified since 2017.  She enjoyed this work and decided to become a substitute teacher as well.  She currently also has a 30-day substitute permit as she continues to work in Special Education classes as a substitute teacher.   Issuing a PIP will allow Lily the additional time needed to complete all her credential requirements.  Lily will be part of the District's Intern Mentor Program and will be assigned a fully credentialed, experienced mentor to support her in her new assignment.
Our PIP candidate will be Lily Medina for .60 RSP at JAMM.
 
Lily is currently in a SPED Credential Program at SCCOE (EPIC).  She has worked as a substitute para educator with Santa Clara Unified since 2017.  She enjoyed this work and decided to become a substitute teacher as well.  She currently has a sub credential and continues to work in Special Education classes as a substitute teacher.  She will have completed one year of her credential program this fall.
Our PIP candidate will be Lily Medina for .60 RSP at JAMM.
 
Lily is currently in a SPED Credential Program at SCCOE (EPIC).  She has worked as a substitute para educator with Santa Clara Unified since 2017.  She enjoyed this work and decided to become a substitute teacher as well.  She currently has a sub credential and continues to work in Special Education classes as a substitute teacher.  She will have completed one year of her credential program this fa
 
Comments:
Submitted by:
Fawn Myers, Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources
J.4. Finalize Board Appointment Process (7:00 PM)
Comments:
Submitted by:
Steve Betando, Superintendent
J.5. New business: future agenda items / recognitions (7:10 PM)
K. PUPIL DISCIPLINE
L. ADJOURNMENT (7:20 PM)
Rationale:
The next REGULAR meeting of the Board of Education is scheduled for Tuesday, September 17, 2019 with Open Session beginning at 6:00pm.  The agenda will be available on the District's website by 5:00pm Friday, September 13, 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: August 30, 2019, 2:45 PM

The resubmit was successful.