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Regular Board of Education Meeting - Closed Session 5:30 PM
Morgan Hill USD
February 02, 2021 6:00PM
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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 (5:30 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. EL 17/18-001 v. Morgan Hill Unified School District Case No. 17CV319128
A.6.b. EL 20/21-001 vs Morgan Hill Unified School District Case No 20CV369396
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
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. PUBLIC EMPLOYEE APPOINTMENT (Government Code § 54957)
A.11. 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
D.1. Recognize Chamber of Commerce Student of the Year and Rising Star of the Year (6:05 PM)
Rationale:
The Morgan Hill Chamber of Commerce was excited to present Britton Middle School student, RYDER KIRK with the 2021 Celebrate Morgan Hill "Youth Rising Star Award." Ryder is a remarkable young man! He is a straight A student, has been on the President's Honor Roll and is currently working on his Eagle Scout Badge (the highest scout merit badge) with Troop 730. Ryder was named Student of the Week for being a positive influence on his peers and volunteers to collect food for the needy. Ryder also likes to collect sneakers, gaming with his friends. Morgan Hill is certainly fortunate to have this compassionate, kind young man as a member of our community and we have no doubt that he has a very bright future ahead of him.

The 2021 Student of the Year Award goes to CATHERINE LAI, a senior at Ann Sobrato High School. Her teachers describe her as a “talented, focused, reliable and responsible student, viewing school as an opportunity for growth and self-enrichment.” She is a Junior Auxiliary Volunteer at a local hospital and member/officer in Sobrato’s Red Cross Club. As President of the Peer Tutoring Program, she has been instrumental in coordinating, recruiting, training and managing over 25 tutors and 40 students twice weekly, all via ZOOM! Catherine has a passion for biology and understanding the human body, which has led her to position herself for a career as an Orthodontist or Obstetrician. Although she enjoys the technical elements, Catherine is also genuinely interested in caring for people with empathy and kindness. Catherine’s GPA is 4.5, among the highest at the school which is ranked in the top 7% of high schools in the state and nation. She achieved a score of 670 on the math portion of the SAT when she was in EIGHTH GRADE and was the recipient of the John Hopkins Center High Honors Award for Talented Youth. It goes without saying, that Catherine will excel in her academic endeavors but she will also be a focused, hardworking and compassionate member of whatever community she finds herself in.

 
Comments:
Submitted by:
Steve Betando, Superintendent
E. ADOPTION OF AGENDA (6:15 PM)
F. APPROVAL OF CONSENT CALENDAR (6:17 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 (6:20 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
H.1. Closed Session Action Report (Government Code § 54957.1)
H.2. Report: Student Board Member
H.3. Reports: Superintendent / Staff
H.4. Reports: Employee Groups: Morgan Hill Classified Employee Association / Morgan Hill Federation of Teachers / Morgan Hill Educational Leaders Association
H.5. Reports: Board Members
H.6. Calendar: Upcoming events
I. CONSENT ITEMS
I.1. BUSINESS SERVICES
I.1.a. Ratification of contracts executed pursuant to Board Policy 3312 for the month of December 2020
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. 2019-20 Reso 041) 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 December 2020.

 
Comments:
Submitted by:
Kirsten Perez, Deputy Superintendent and Chief Financial Officer
Attachments:
210202 Contracts
I.1.b. Approve Fifth Amendment with City of Morgan Hill for Corporation Yard Lease
Rationale:
The City of Morgan Hill currently leases approximately 3.4 acres of space on Edes Court to the District to use for its Transportation Department. The current lease between the City of Morgan Hill and the District expires on June 30, 2021 and staff proposes to extend the lease for up to five additional years subject to the existing lease terms.

For the last several years the City of Morgan Hill and the District have been collaborating on the planning for the future of the Corporation Yard. With the adoption of the 2017 Master Plan the City of Morgan Hill’s vision for park expansion at Community Park shifted and the planned expansion was reduced significantly. Knowing that additional park space was not planned onsite, the City of Morgan Hill and the District began looking into future space needs which culminated in the hiring of Griffin Structures to prepare a Space Needs Analysis. The results of the Space Needs Analysis were shared with the Board on November 3, 2020.

The District continues to express an interest in purchasing a portion of the site versus continuing to lease from the City of Morgan Hill. Purchasing a portion of the site would allow the District to leverage capital facilities funds and reduce ongoing operational costs from the General Fund. Staff from the City of Morgan Hill and the District are working to identify a recommended option for long-term/permanent joint use of the existing site versus the long-term plans for development of a new site. If the option for continuing with a joint site at Edes Court is recommended the following next steps would occur:

  1. Begin more detailed design on joint planning of the site layout and a phased development plan
  2. Analyze parking impacts to Community Park upon buildout at existing site
  3. Develop recommendation on potential future sale of a portion of the site to the MHUSD
  4. Develop a funding plan for the phased development of the site

Staff recommends approving the Fifth Amendment to the Corporation Yard Lease between the City of Morgan Hill and the District which will extend the current lease until June 30, 2024 with the option to further extend the lease until June 30, 2026. Staff continues to plan with the City of Morgan Hill for a long-term/permanent solution as discussed above and the current lease contains terms which would allow the District to purchase the property, without penalties, once that stage of planning is reached. 

 
Financial Impact:

For 2020-21 the lease is $90,255 which is funded from the General Fund. The lease amount is adjusted annually to reflect changes in the Consumer Price Index.


Comments:
Submitted by:
Kathleen Rael, Director Transportation
Kirsten Perez, Deputy Superintendent and Chief Financial Officer
Attachments:
210202 Corp Yard Lease Amendment
I.1.c. Adopt resolution to accept donations made to the Morgan Hill Unified School District and increase budgets
Rationale:
Cash donations and other types of donations have been listed on the attached resolution. The following is a donation action resolution to accept donations and increase budgets as a result of cash donations and make changes between funds as needed.
 
Financial Impact:
Cash donations added to budgets of each site
Comments:
Submitted by:
Victoria Knutson, Director Fiscal Services
Kirsten Perez, Deputy Superintendent and Chief Financial Officer
Attachments:
210202 Donations Reso
I.1.d. Award of Jackson Academy of Math and Music multi-use and classroom modernization project
Rationale:
On November 17, 2020 the Board of Education approved the Jackson Academy of Math and Music multi-use and classroom modernization project to create an 8,000 s/f auditorium with and expanded kitchen, a larger stage for musical performances, and modernization of the adjacent classrooms to support the music program.

In accordance with public contract code, a bid notice was placed in the local newspaper (San Jose Post Record) for two consecutive weeks.  Bids were received on January 21, 2021. District Staff analyzed the bids for compliance and determined the lowest bidder who presented a responsive and responsible bid.

Staff requests approval of DRP Builders, Inc for the total bid price of $3,981,000. The price includes owner approved change order value allowance.

Name Bid Rank

DRP Builders, Inc $3,981,000 1

Otto Construction $4,724,160 2

101 Builders $4,817,213 3

Strawn Construction, Inc. Non-responsive

*All bids must conform to the bid specifications in order to be deemed responsive. If a bid variance is not material the bid may still be accepted; however, the bid can not be accepted if the variance is deemed material (i.e. affects the amount of the bid or gives a bidder an advantage or benefit). 

 
Comments:
Submitted by:
Jackie Schaefer, Program Coordinator
Kirsten Perez, Deputy Superintendent and Chief Financial Officer
I.1.e. Approve declaration of obsolete and disposal and sale of surplus equipment
Rationale:
In accordance with Education Code 17545 and Morgan Hill Unified School District Board Policy / Administrative Regulation 3270, Staff requests Board approval to sell and/or dispose of the following assets  which have been declared obsolete or unusable by the Facilities, Food Service and Transportation Department. The District will use Gov Deals to assist in the sale of obsolete unused furniture, vehicles and equipment.

The items are obsolete: 

1976 Chevy 1 Ton VIN CCL336Z139104

2010 Ford Van VIN 1FTNE2EW4ADB03531

Bus #50 VIN 1FDJE37M6PHA41613

 
Financial Impact:
Proceeds of the sale will be deposited into the accounts where they were originally purchased
Comments:
Submitted by:
Anessa Espinosa, Director Facilities
Kirsten Perez, Deputy Superintendent and Chief Financial Officer
I.2. EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
I.2.a. School Site Safety Plans
Rationale:
School climate has a lasting effect on student’s ability to learn and student’s safety and preparation is one of the first and most important priorities at Morgan Hill Unified School District.

The District has a goal to increase student engagement, connection to school and community, and inspire productive persistence in ALL students to graduate college and career ready. (LCAP Goal #3. Student Engagement and School Climate)

California Education Code Section 32286 requires each school site to review and update its school safety plan by March 1 of each year. These plans must have policies that deal with crime, safety, child abuse reporting procedures, disaster preparedness, emergency shelters, discrimination, harassment, intimidation, bullying, hate crimes, toxic substances, and more.

The Safe School Plans updates are informed by a review of the following data: Campus Climate Surveys, school crime data, suspensions/expulsions/counseling referrals, law enforcement reports and changes to employee rosters. The Safe School Plans were updated collaboratively with district administration, site administration, certificated staff, classified staff, community members, parents, students and law enforcement agencies in the community. Additionally, the CDE document School Safety Elements and Resources helped schools identify ways to improve their school climate and safety.  This year we have added a section to address the needs around COVID-19 that was developed by the district safety committee as well as site based safety teams. 

The District’s Safe School Plans used the School Safety Plan Self-monitoring Tool provided by the California Department of Education to ensure alignment with items that are necessary to comply with the law.
 
Comments:
Submitted by:
Jessie Swift, Coordinator Student Services
Victoria Sorensen, Director Equity Programs
Pilar Vazquez-Vialva, Assistant Superintendent Educational Services

Attachments:
210202 Adult Ed Safety Plan
210202 Barrett Safety Plan
210202 Britton Safety Plan
210202 Central Safety Plan
210202 El Toro Safety Plan
210202 JAMM Safety Plan
210202 Live Oak Safety Plan
210202 Los Paseos Safety Plan
210202 Murphy Safety Plan
210202 Nordstrom Safety Plan_Revision
210202 Paradise Valley Safety Plan
210202 SMG Safety Plan
210202 Sobrato Safety Plan
210202 Walsh Safety Plan
I.2.b. Spring 2021 Open House Schedule
Rationale:
School sites have finalized plans for the Spring Open House dates.  Attached is the updated 2020-2021 schedule.
 
Comments:
Submitted by:
Pilar Vazquez-Vialva, Assistant Superintendent Educational Services
Attachments:
210202 Open House Schedule 2021
I.3. HUMAN RESOURCES
I.3.a. 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:
210202 Personnel Order
I.3.b. Certificated recruitment events for 2021
Rationale:
Information Only:

The California School Boards Association reports that every year, 200,000 new teachers are hired in the United States. Of those, 10% leave the profession by the end of the first year, nearly 30% leave teaching within three years and nearly 50% within five years. The annual turnover rate for all teachers is 20%, which is higher than many other professions. At the same time, fewer prospective teachers are entering the training pipeline, a decrease of 75% over the last 12 years. The turnover rate in Morgan Hill over the last few years has been 9-12%.

Despite shortages, especially in high-needs areas such as Special Education, BCLAD, math, and science, the goal of Morgan Hill Unified continues to be the recruitment of top talent for our students. This recruiting season, we will be participating in the following virtual fairs and events.

Date

Event

February 11, 2021

California State University, Monterey Bay Education Virtual Job Fair

March 4, 2021

Cal Poly Live Virtual Teacher Job Fair

March 6, 2021

National University Virtual Teacher Recruitment Fair

March 27, 2021

Santa Clara County Teacher Recruitment Fair

March 2021

California/Mexico Visiting Teachers Program (Mexico City – teacher exchange program with California Department of Education and Secretaria de Educación Pública - interviews conducted via Skype)

 
Principals and Director of Special Education will assist with these efforts to bring the best possible talent to join the Morgan Hill Unified School District team for the 2021-22 school year.

In addition to attending the above recruiting events, Human Resources maintains close relationships with the following universities and organizations by accepting student teachers and interns and by sending information about recruitment and open positions.

Brandman University
Cal Poly State University
Concordia University
CSU, Chico
CSU Monterey Bay
CSU, Stanislaus
Fresno State University
Grand Canyon University
San Francisco State University
San Jose State University
Santa Clara University
Stanford University
Sonoma State University
National University
UC Santa Cruz
University of Phoenix
Western Governors University

Our job openings are also posted early on platforms such as EdJoin, CABE, and LinkedIn. Hiring managers work closely with Human Resources to interview viable candidates in a timely manner. Contracts are offered throughout the spring and summer.

 
Comments:
Submitted by:
Fawn Myers, Assistant Superintendent Human Resources
I.4. SUPERINTENDENT
I.4.a. Approve the minutes from the Regular Board meeting of January 19, 2021
Comments:
Submitted by:
Steve Betando, Superintendent
Attachments:
210202 Meeting Minutes January 19, 2021
J. GENERAL BUSINESS - PUBLIC SESSION ITEMS FOR BOARD DISCUSSION
J.1. Update on Re-Opening Plan (6:45 PM)
Rationale:
Staff will provide an update on the current status of the reopening schools for in-person instruction in the Spring. 
 
Comments:
Submitted by:
Pilar Vazquez-Vialva, Assistant Superintendent Educational Services
J.2. Public Hearing: Conduct public hearing and accept contract openers with Morgan Hill Federation of Teachers for negotiations (7:05 PM)
Rationale:
Public Hearing:

California law (see Government Code language below) requires that items to be negotiated be “sunshined,” or brought to light for the public, and that the Board of Education provides an opportunity for public comment before approving the opening of such negotiations.  

Per Board Policy 4243.1, "After the public has had an opportunity to provide input, the Board shall adopt its initial proposal at a public meeting."

Attached are contract openers with Morgan Hill Federation of Teachers.  Following the acceptance of these openers, MHUSD will also submit openers at the next board meeting, after which the teams for MHFT and MHUSD will begin negotiations.

Government Code Section 3547.
(a) All initial proposals of exclusive representatives and of public school employers, which relate to matters within the scope of representation, shall be presented at a public meeting of the public school employer and thereafter shall be public records.
(b) Meeting and negotiating shall not take place on any proposal until a reasonable time has elapsed after the submission of the proposal to enable the public to become informed and the public has the opportunity to express itself regarding the proposal at a meeting of the public school employer.
(c) After the public has had the opportunity to express itself, the public school employer shall, at a meeting which is open to the public, adopt its initial proposal.
(d) New subjects of meeting and negotiating arising after the presentation of initial proposals shall be made public within 24 hours. If a vote is taken on such subject by the public school employer, the vote thereon by each member voting shall also be made public within 24 hours.
(e) The board may adopt regulations for the purpose of implementing this section, which are consistent with the intent of the section; namely that the public be informed of the issues that are being negotiated upon and have full opportunity to express their views on the issues to the public school employer, and to know of the positions of their elected representatives.

Government Code Section 3547.5.

(a) Before a public school employer enters into a written agreement with an exclusive representative covering matters within the scope of representation, the major provisions of the agreement, including, but not limited to, the costs that would be incurred by the public school employer under the agreement for the current and subsequent fiscal years, shall be disclosed at a public meeting of the public school employer in a format established for this purpose by the Superintendent of Public Instruction.
(b) The superintendent of the school district and chief business official shall certify in writing that the costs incurred by the school district under the agreement can be met by the district during the term of the agreement. This certification shall be prepared in a format similar to that of the reports required pursuant to Sections 42130 and 42131 of the Education Code and shall itemize any budget revision necessary to meet the costs of the agreement in each year of its term.

 
Comments:
Submitted by:
Fawn Myers, Assistant Superintendent Human Resources
Attachments:
210202 MHFT Openers for Negotiations
J.3. Governor's Budget 2021-22 report (7:15 PM)
Rationale:
On Friday, January 8, 2021, Governor Newsom released his Proposal for the 2021-22 State budget. During his press release, the Governor made a point to note that the $85.8 billion allocated for K-14 budget is the largest in history. The $85.8 billion offers relief in several ways, but omits some critical details that brings context to the amount and really diminishes the level of the “historic investment in education.”

The Governor’s Budget proposes a one-time non-Proposition 98 supplemental payment of $2.3 billion. Recall that the 2020 State Budget Act included a requirement for the State to make one-time supplemental payments equal to 1.5% of General Fund revenues, up to $12.4 billion, beginning in 2021–22 and then subsequently increasing the minimum guarantee, beginning in 2022–23, to 40% of General Fund revenues. However, the Governor’s Budget proposes to repeal the supplemental payment obligations in their entirety and instead proposes a 2021–22 one-time payment of $2.3 billion (outside of the Proposition 98 guarantee of $85.8 billion) in recognition of the extraordinary costs associated with distance learning and reopening schools safely.

Positive elements of the Governor’s Proposal include:

  • 2/3 of cash deferrals ($9.2 billion) restored
  • 3.84% COLA proposed for 2021-22
  • $4.86 billion to address learning loss
  • $315.3 million for teacher development
  • $305.5 million in new special funding

The Governor's Proposal has some serious shortcomings. Most notably, the $2.3 billion earmarked for expediting the return to in-person instruction lacks Legislative authority. It is important to note, this is a budget proposal and has a long way to go before it is enacted into law. The Governor's Safe Schools for All proposal carries questionable timelines for districts across the state, as these deadlines are expected to be reached well before this proposal will become law.

Despite tax revenues exceeding expectations, 1/3 of the cash deferrals remain. An additional $3 billion should have be included in the budget to avoid districts having to borrow cash to offset these delayed payments by the State.

The Governor’s proposal also does not include broadband access to close the digital divide that has been exacerbated by the need for distance learning. Lastly, there is no extension of the hold harmless on funding for declining enrollment districts. The hold harmless provision expires at the end of 2022-23, and is commonly being referred to among school finance officials as “the cliff year.” The loss of revenue will come in a single year, but will have the magnitude of a funding reduction of two years.

The attached presentation contains further details on the potential impact of the Governor's Proposal on Morgan Hill Unified School District. It is worth noting that the January budget is simply the start of a six month negotiation process between the Legislature and the Governor prior to the enactment of a state budget in mid-June. The Governor’s January proposal provides direction to the District on what initial assumptions should be used in developing next year’s budget and the Governor will update these assumptions when the May Revision is released.

 
Comments:
Submitted by:
Kirsten Perez, Deputy Superintendent and Chief Financial Officer
Steve Betando, Superintendent


Attachments:
210202 Governor's Budget Presentation
J.4. Approve 2020-21 second interim budget for the restricted non-general funds as reported in the Standardized Account Code Structure (SACS) report (7:35 PM)
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, 2021

Attached is a summary description of each of the restricted non-general funds and a spreadsheet summarizing the budgeted amounts.

 
Comments:
Submitted by:
Victoria Knutson, Director Fiscal Services
Kirsten Perez, Assistant Superintendent Business Services
Attachments:
2020-21 2nd Interim - Other Funds All SACS forms
2020-21 2nd Interim - Other Funds Fiscal Summary Report
2020-21 2nd Interim - Other Funds Narrative
J.5. First Semester Secondary Grade Data (7:55 PM)
Rationale:
The Director of Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment will present the Governing Board with a report on Fall Semester secondary grades.
 
Comments:
Submitted by:
Glen Webb, Director Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment
Pilar Vazquez-Vialva, Assistant Superintendent Educational Services
Attachments:
210202 Fall Semester Grade Data Report
J.6. Superintendent Search Process Discussion (8:25 PM)
Rationale:
The District began its search for a qualified candidate to become its new superintendent of schools to start on July 1, 2021. At its December 15, 2020 Meeting, the Governing Board authorized a proposed timeline for the search including contracting with an executive search firm to perform the search.

A Superintendent Search webpage is now linked to the District's website and can be accessed here: https://www.mhusd.org/superintendent-search-2021. As the process continues, new information will be added to the webpage. 

The Superintendent Search agenda item will continue as a standing item on the agenda on the Regular Agenda for discussion as needed.

 
Comments:
Submitted by:
Steve Betando, Superintendent
J.7. Approve Contract for Superintendent Search Firm Services (9:10 PM)
Rationale:
At its January 28, 2021, Special Meeting, the Governing Board selected Leadership Associates as the firm to conduct the Superintendent Search for the District this Spring.
 
Comments:
Submitted by:
Steve Betando, Superintendent 
Attachments:
210202 Superintendent Search Firm Contract_Leadership Associates
J.8. Accept annual review of Board Policy and Administrative Regulation 1312.3 – Uniform Complaint Procedure (9:20 PM)
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 reviews took place January 2021.  The last revision of this Board Policy was April 23, 2019 and the last revision of this Administrative Regulation was March 29, 2019.  The current board policy and administrative regulation are attached.  No changes are recommended at this time.
 
Comments:
Submitted by:
Pilar Vazquez-Vialva, Assistant Superintendent Educational Services
Attachments:
210202 AR 1312.3 Uniform Complaint Proceedures
210202 BP 1312.3 Uniform Complaint Proceedures
J.9. New business: future agenda items / recognitions (9:30 PM)
K. PUPIL DISCIPLINE
L. ADJOURNMENT (9:40 PM)
Rationale:
The next REGULAR meeting of the Board of Education is scheduled for Tuesday, March 2, 2021 with Open Session beginning at 6:00pm.  The agenda will be available on the District's website by 5:00pm Friday, February 26, 2021.
 
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: January 28, 2021, 8:54 PM

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