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1 Regular Meeting of the Governing Board August 11, :30 PM Education Center 3811 N. 44th Street Phoenix, AZ

2 BOARD MEMBERS 2009 Governing Board Karen Beckvar, President Eric Meyer, Clerk Jennifer Petersen Dieter Schaefer Bonnie Sneed Superintendent Gary T. Catalani, Ed.D. MISSION STATEMENT To provide exceptional educational opportunities for all. BELIEF STATEMENT We believe the Scottsdale school community inspires all students to be passionate learners and empowers them to fulfill their dreams. We believe together we can: Increase individual student academic achievement and personal growth Provide a positive, respectful and safe learning environment Ensure all students and staff are proficient in the use of technology to acquire and manage information, communication, time and task Provide equity in facilities, programs, resources and opportunities for all Offer comprehensive professional growth programs for staff to provide them with the skills, strategies and resources to meet the needs of all students. STRATEGIC GOALS Increase student achievement for all. Provide exceptional customer experiences. Cultivate an environment for continuous improvement. PUBLIC COMMENT On Non-Agenda Matters Those wishing to address the Governing Board on non- Agenda matters need not request permission in advance. However, you must complete a BLUE card (available at the table at the back of the room) indicating your desire to speak, and submit it to the Board Secretary before the public comment portion of the agenda begins. There is a threeminute speaking limit. (ACTION TAKEN AS A RESULT OF THIS KIND OF PUBLIC COMMENT WILL BE LIMITED TO RESPONDING TO ANY CRITICISM MADE BY THOSE WHO HAVE ADDRESSED THE GOVERNING BOARD, DIRECTING STAFF TO LOOK INTO THE MATTER, OR ASKING THAT THE MATTER BE PUT ON A FUTURE AGENDA. NO OTHER DISCUSSION OR LEGAL ACTION IS ALLOWED. A.R.S g.) On-Agenda Items Those wishing to address the Governing Board on Agenda items need not request permission in advance. However, you must complete a WHITE card (available at the table at the back of the room) indicating your desire to speak and listing the item number, and submit it to the Board Secretary before the meeting begins. Subject to the limitations described below, you will be permitted to comment when the Agenda item is discussed. There is a three-minute speaking limit. Limitations If the numbers of those wishing to comment, whether on non- Agenda matters or on any/all Agenda items, jeopardizes the Board s ability to conclude the meeting at a reasonable hour, the President/Board may limit or eliminate public comment. Public comment is subject to reasonable subject matter, place and manner restrictions by the President/Board. Revised 04/02/09

3 GOVERNING BOARD MEETING SCOTTSDALE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 48 Board Room, 3811 North 44th Street, Phoenix, Arizona Table of Contents Regular Board Meeting August 11, :30 PM OUR MISSION IS: To provide exceptional educational opportunities for all I. Call to Order II. III. IV. Pledge of Allegiance Roll Call Approval of Agenda - Board Action Required V. Students and Staff Recognition and Celebrations VI. VII. VIII. Superintendent's Comments Public Comments Consent Agenda Items - Board Action Required A. Acceptance of Gifts - $133, B. Accounts Payable Vouchers FY2009-6/8/09-7/27/09 7 C. Accounts Payable Vouchers FY2010-7/7/09-7/29/09 9 D. Payroll Vouchers FY2009-5/28/09-6/30/09 10 E. Payroll Vouchers FY2010-7/9/09-7/23/09 12 F. Personnel Actions - 6/6/09-7/23/09 14 G. Approval of Minutes of June 30, 2009 Special Meeting/Work Study 19 H. Approval of Minutes of June 30, 2009 Public Hearing/Special Meeting 20 I. Approval for Readmission - Case #200908R J. Arizona Public Service (APS) Power Easement - Laguna Elementary 22 School K. Approval of Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) between Starshine & 23 SUSD L. Approval of Annual Renewals of Intergovernmental Agreements (IGA) - 24 MCCCD & EVIT (Carl Perkins) M. Appointment of Student Activities Treasurer and Assistant Treasurers 25 N. Authorization of Check Signers 27 O. Student Activities Fundraising Authorization 29 P. Approve the Purchase of Special Education Testing and Assessment 31 Materials through GPPCS Q. Approval to Increase Prior Board Authorization for Private Special 33 Education Day School Services through ADE Contract R. Approve the Purchase of Special Educational Services through GPPCS 34 S. Approve the Purchase of Facilities Maintenance and Repair Services through State Contract 36

4 T. Approve the Purchase of Hewlett-Packard PC Tablet Computers and 37 Related Products through U.S. Communities Contract U. Approve the Purchase of Two-Way Radio Communication Equipment 38 V. Ratification of Procurement Items Approved by the Superintendent or 39 Designees with Prior Board Authorization W. Approve the Renewal of Contract #9009, Herbicides and Pesticides 42 X. Approve the Renewal of Contract #9031, Employment Screening 43 Y. Increase to Prior Award of IFB #9211, Zuni (Redfield) Parent Lane 44 Installation Z. Award of IFB #10000, Athletic Equipment 45 AA. Award of IFB #10002, Music Equipment 46 AB. Approve the Cancellation of IFB #10073, Desert Mountain High School 47 Baseball Field Netting AC. Award of RFP #10085, Bond and Financial Services 48 AD. Award of RFP #10087, Returned Check Processing 49 IX. Information/Discussion Items A. Discussion on Procurement Procedures 50 B. Annual Governing Board Calendar 51 X. Future Action XI. XII. XIII. Governing Board Reports Dates of Upcoming Meetings A. Tuesday, September 1, :30 PM - Regular Board Meeting B. Tuesday, September 22, :30 PM - Work/Study Board Meeting Adjournment Please Note: The Board may change the order of items listed in the Agenda prior to the meeting or during the meeting. ALSO, THE BOARD MAY VOTE TO CONVENE IN EXECUTIVE SESSION ON ANY ITEM THAT IS LISTED ON THIS AGENDA FOR DISCUSSION/CONSULTATION WITH LEGAL COUNSEL TO OBTAIN LEGAL ADVICE, PURSUANT TO A.R.S (A)(3).

5 Acceptance of Gifts $133, David Peterson, Assistant Superintendent for Operations N/A It is recommended that the Governing Board accept the following gifts which have been approved by the District Gift committee. BACKGROUND: School Gift Value CRES PTO- Funds for Support Staff Salaries Copper Ridge ES $40, Gridiron Club Boosters-Funds for Outdoor Football and Track Scoreboard Desert Mtn. HS $24, Arcadia Pride-Funds to Install Par Course ANLC ES $9, CHAPTS-Funds for General Gift Account Chaparral HS $8, Anonymous-Funds for Ed Center Survey Superintendent $5, SUSD Foundation-Funds for New Teacher Orientation Curriculum $5, ASU-Funds for General Gift Account Tavan ES $2, ASU-Funds for General Gift Account Navajo ES $2, ASU-Funds for General Gift Account Hohokam ES $2, SUSD Foundation-Funds for Thinking Maps Trainings Copper Ridge ES $1, Virginia G Piper Charitable Trust-Funds for Socks, Shoes, and School Clothes ONLY Tavan ES $1, Scottsdale Charros-Funds for General Gift Account Anasazi ES $1, CVS Pharmacy-Funds for Therapeutic Horseback Riding Special Education $1, DCMS PTO-Funds for General Gift Account Desert Canyon MS $ Honeywell Hometown Solutions-Funds for General Gift Account Laguna ES $ Marco International-Funds for General Gift Account Desert Canyon MS $ CRES PTO- Funds for Fine Arts Copper Ridge ES $ Wells Fargo-Funds for General Gift Account Copper Ridge ES $ Arizona Educational FDN-Funds for General Gift Account Anasazi ES $ Fry's Food Store-Funds for General Gift Account Chaparral HS $ Cochise APT-Funds for General Gift Account Cochise ES $ E-Bay Matching Gifts Program-Funds for General Gift Account Laguna ES $ General Mills Box Tops for Education-Funds for Accelerated Reader/Library Sequoya ES $ Wells Fargo-Funds for General Gift Account Redfield ES $ Jessco Electric-A Rosewood Office Trailer Tavan ES $5, Coleman Family- Tile Flooring of Roadrunner for Cafeteria Floor Cheyenne ES $5, CHAPTS-A Power Washer Chaparral HS $4,

6 Gifts(Cont.) Kathy Carter-Cabinets in Front Lobby and Nurses Office Chaparral HS $4, Gridiron Club-Outdoor Football and Track Scoreboard Desert Mtn. HS $1, Steven Pine-Grading of Garden Area and Tree Removal Hopi ES $ Chris Winters-Grading of Garden Area and Tree Removal Hopi ES $ Shelly Cutrer-Sponsoring of New Teacher Breakfast Curriculum $ Gifts Valued Under $ Donated to the District 7/1/09-8/11/09 All Schools $2, Donations to the District since July 1, 2009-$133, IMPACT ON STUDENTS AND DISTRICT GOAL ALIGNMENT Gifts are used to help support the instructional process through additional supplies, instructional materials, tutoring and equipment. X _1 Improving Student Achievement 2 Improving Operations of District 3 Improving Communication/Marketing Strategies and Effectiveness 6

7 Accounts Payable Vouchers Processed from June 8, 2009 through July 27, 2009 FY09 David Peterson, Assistant Superintendent for Operations Various It is recommended that the Governing Board approve payment of accounts payable vouchers processed June 8, 2009 through July 27, 2009 FY09. Funding 001-Regular Education $4,675, INSTR IMPROV INDIAN GMG 10, Title I LEA FY , Education For Homeless Children and Youth FY09 3, Title II Improving Teacher Quality FY09 4, Title II Enhancing Education Thru Technology 2, Title IV Safe & Drug Free Basic FY09 3, st Century Community Learning Centers 13, Title V Part A Innovative Programs FY 09 10, Title VII Indian Education Federal Direct 2, Idea Basic-Ent IDEA Paraprofessional Tuition Assistance 4, IDEA Highly Qualified Paraprofessional YR 1 FY IDEA Highly Qualified Paraprofessional YR 2 FY CTE Basic Grant/Federal FY09 2, Tech Prep FY09 2, Direct Services 64, Emergency Immigrant Education Program 7, Learn & Serve America-Youth FY Counseling Service Federal Direct 9, IDEA High Cost Child Grant 11, ARRA-IDEA 189, CTE Priority Program 26, Early Childhood Block Grant 5, Aims Intervention & Dropout Prevention 1, Gifted Education 4, Structured English Immersion Reimb Complete 5, AZ Commission On The Arts 2, School Plant LT Lease>=1 Year 1,115, School Plant ST Lease <1 Year 393, Nutritional Services 110, Civic Center Community Schools 52, AUX OPS Principal 8, AUX OP-Bookstore/ATH 42, AUX OPS/Extra Tax Credit 71, Gifts and Donations 60,

8 Funding(Cont.) 540-Fingerprint Lost/Damaged Books 3, Joint Tech Education Fund 4, Capital Outlay 44, Capital Outlay Override 645, Adjacent Ways 599, Soft Capital 214, Bond 17, Bond Author Sold FY 07 1,213, BLDG Renewal Capital Fund 40, Student Activities 118, Print Shop 1, Property-Insurance/Casualty/WC 67, IGA-Dual Enrollment 16, IGA-Tobacco Prevention Total $10,042, IMPACT ON STUDENTS AND DISTRICT GOAL ALIGNMENT Processing payables allows the sites and teachers to purchase the supplies and outside services needed to assist in the instructional process. X_1 Improving Student Achievement 2 Improving Operations of District 3 Improving Communication/Marketing Strategies and Effectiveness 8

9 Accounts Payable Vouchers Processed from July 7, 2009 through July 29, 2009 FY10 David Peterson, Assistant Superintendent for Operations Various It is recommended that the Governing Board approve payment of accounts payable vouchers processed July 7, 2009 through July 29, 2009 FY10. Funding 001-Regular Education $2,788, INSTR IMPROV INDIAN GMG 35, Title I LEA FY 09 6, Title II Improving Teacher Quality FY09 3, st Century Community Learning Centers 2, CTE Basic Grant/Federal FY09 23, School Plant ST Lease <1 Year 283, Nutritional Services 80, Community Schools 34, AUX OPS Principal 1, AUX OP-Bookstore/ATH 8, AUX OPS/Extra Tax Credit 23, Gifts and Donations 4, Capital Outlay 9, Capital Outlay Override 15, Soft Capital 7, Bond 14, Student Activities 3, Property-Insurance/Casualty/WC 282, Total $3,629, IMPACT ON STUDENTS AND DISTRICT GOAL ALIGNMENT Processing payables allows the sites and teachers to purchase the supplies and outside services needed to assist in the instructional process. X_1 Improving Student Achievement 2 Improving Operations of District 3 Improving Communication/Marketing Strategies and Effectiveness 9

10 Payroll Vouchers Processed from May 28, 2009 through June 30, 2009 FY09 David Peterson, Assistant Superintendent for Operations Various It is recommended that the Governing Board approve payment of payroll vouchers processed from May 28, 2009 through June 30, 2009 FY09. Funding 001-Regular Education $4,001, Classroom Site-Base Salary Classroom Site-Perform Pay 71, Classroom Site-Other INSTR IMPROV-INDIAN GMNG 25, Compensatory Instruction Title I LEA FY09 157, Title I School Improvement YR2 6, Title II Improving Teacher Quality FY , Title Enhancing Education Thru Technology 2, st Century Comm. Learning Centers 13, Title III LEP Programs FY09 40, Title VII-Indian Education 4, IDEA Basic-Ent 152, Special Ed. Preschool Grant 1, IDEA Paraprofessional Training CTE Basic Grant/Federal FY 09 1, Direct Services 8, Refugee Children FY Emergency Immigrant Education Program 2, Learn & Serve America-Youth FY Counseling Service Federal Direct 2, ARRA-IDEA 32, CTE Priority Program Early Childhood Block Grant 43, AIMS Intervention & Dropout Prevention 10, Gifted Education 2, Compensatory Instruction English Lang Development 9, School Plant-LT Lease>= 1 YR 16, School Plant-ST Lease< 1 YR 21, Nutritional Services 161, Civic Center 4, Community School 255, Aux OPS - Bookstore/ATH 20, AUX OPS/EXTRA TAX CREDIT 21, Gifts and Donations 25, Indirect Costs 76,

11 Funding(Cont.) 596-Joint Tech Education Fund 48, Bond 17, BLDG Renewal Capital Fund 13, Student Activities Property-Insurance/Casuality/WC 9, IGA Ball Field Maint 20, IGA Tobacco Prevention 6, Total $5,422, IMPACT ON STUDENTS AND DISTRICT GOAL ALIGNMENT Processing payroll provides the staff necessary for instruction and instructional support. X 1 Improving Student Achievement 2 Improving Operations of District 3 Improving Communication/Marketing Strategies and Effectiveness 11

12 Payroll Vouchers Processed from July 9, 2009 through July 23, 2009 FY10 David Peterson, Assistant Superintendent for Operations Various It is recommended that the Governing Board approve payment of payroll vouchers processed from July 9, 2009 through July 23, 2009 FY10. Funding 001-Regular Education $1,838, Classroom Site-Perform Pay 1, INSTR IMPROV-INDIAN GMNG 5, Title I LEA FY10 4, Title I LEA FY09 94, Title I School Improvement YR2 6, Title II Improving Teacher Quality FY10 1, Title II Improving Teacher Quality FY 09 15, Title Enhancing Education Thru Technology 1, st Century Comm. Learning Centers 15, Title III LEP Programs FY09 34, Title VII-Indian Education 5, IDEA Basic-Ent 48, Special Ed. Preschool Grant Johnson O'Malley Indian Education FY09 2, Direct Services 3, Emergency Immigrant Education Program 1, ARRA-IDEA 39, CTE Priority Program 1, Early Childhood Block Grant 6, Extended School Year 9, AIMS Intervention & Dropout Prevention 11, Gifted Education School Plant-LT Lease>= 1 YR 29, School Plant-ST Lease< 1 YR 21, Nutritional Services 83, Civic Center Community School 258, Aux OPS - Bookstore/ATH 14, AUX OPS/EXTRA TAX CREDIT 10, Gifts and Donations 4, Indirect Costs 29, Joint Tech Education Fund 23, Bond 3, BLDG Renewal Capital Fund 6, Property-Insurance/Casuality/WC 16, IGA Ball Field Maint 9,

13 Funding(Cont.) Total $2,662, IMPACT ON STUDENTS AND DISTRICT GOAL ALIGNMENT Processing payroll provides the staff necessary for instruction and instructional support. X_1 Improving Student Achievement 2 Improving Operations of District 3 Improving Communication/Marketing Strategies and Effectiveness 13

14 Personnel Action Items 06/06/09 07/23/09 Jeff Thomas, Executive Director of Human Capital M&O or External It is recommended that the Governing Board approve Personnel Actions which include: 12 New Employments, 12 Leaves of Absence, 22 Transfers, 1 Adjustment to Contract, 15 Classified Substitutes and Temporary Workers, 52 Separations, 1 Change to Non-Renewal of Classified Employees and 98 Recalled Employees. BACKGROUND: NEW EMPLOYMENTS: (LA=Limited Appointment, TC=Terminating Contract): NAME UNIT/ASSIGNMENT SALARY EFFECTIVE Admin: Wesley Schuyler Bus & Finance/Payroll Mgr $84, /01/09-06/30/10 Classified: Robert Barrett Bldg Serv/Fac Svc Wkr-Grounds $ /24/09 Martha Bernth Chaparral/Inst Supp Para Ed- SCA $ /10/09 Sara Brunsvold Coronado/Inst Supp Para Ed-LSC $ /10/09 Karyn Campbell Coronado/Translation Spec $ /10/09 Tim Chase Bldg Serv/Fac Svc Wkr-Grounds $ /15/09 Guadalupe Denholm Redfield/Noon Aide $ /10/09 Stefanye Dixon St & Fed Titles/Admin Supp Asst $ /06/09 H. McDonough Mears CRES/Inst Asst Pre-K $ /10/09 Shannon Miller St & Fed Titles/IT Support Coord $ /01/09 Lori Prolo Redfield/Crossing Guard $ /10/09 Barbara Weikart Laguna/Inst Supp Asst/LA $ /10/09-05/26/10 LEAVES OF ABSENCE: NAME UNIT/ASSIGNMENT EFFECTIVE Admin: Martha Day Ed Center/Communications Specialist 08/03/09-12/01/09 Certified: Brie Adams Cherokee/Kindergarten 11/05/09-05/26/10 Kathleen Coolidge CRES/3rd 08/06/09-05/26/10 14

15 Certified: (cont) Ellen Goldberg Sequoya/3rd 08/06/09-05/26/10 Kortney Hohle CRES/Librarian 08/06/09-05/26/10 Whitney Johnson Sequoya/1st 08/06/09-05/26/10 Jaquelyn Lee ANLC/K, /06/09-05/26/10 Michele Maxwell Cocopah/Choir 08/06/09-05/26/10 Megan Newman Laguna/1st 08/06/09-05/26/10 Guadalupe Wark DMHS/Spanish 08/06/09-05/26/10 Classified: Salma Said Yavapai/Noon Aide 08/10/09-10/09/09 Salma Said Coronado/Inst Supp Spec 08/10/09-10/09/09 TRANSFERS: NAME UNIT/ASSIGNMENT TRANSFER TO EFFECTIVE Classified: Earl Barnard Nutr Serv/Nut Svc Wkr Nutr Serv/Mat ls Handler 07/01/09 Brian Cassidy Nutr Serv/Nut Svc Wkr Bldg Serv/Fac Svc Spec 06/10/09 Shannon Corcoran Comm Sch/Kid s Club Site Mgr Comm Sch/Kid s Club Lead 07/01/09 Rebekah Delahoyde Comm Sch/Adm Supp A/P Comm Sch/Adm Supp Tech 07/01/09 Susan Emery Comm Sch/Kid s Club Site Mgr Comm Sch/Kid s Club Lead 07/01/09 R. Ferger-Kauffman Comm Sch/Pre-K Prog Mgr Comm Sch/Fisc Supp Coord 07/01/09 Pamela Gleason DCMS/Inst Supp Para Ed DCMS/Admin Supp Coord 07/01/09 Eric Graves Comm Sch/Kid s Club Ast Site Mgr Comm Sch/Kid s Club Site Mgr 07/01/09 Rebecca Harris Curr Svc/Admin Supp Asst Curr Svc/Admin Supp Coord 07/06/09 Douglas Keatts Nutr Serv/Nut Svc Wkr SVA/Materials Handler 07/01/09 Daniel Kriekard Bldg Serv/Fac Svc Wkr-Grnds Purchasing/Materials Handler 07/06/09 David Lemire Bldg Serv/Fac Svc Wkr Bldg Serv/Sr Fac Svc Wkr 06/15/09 Jeffrey Ley Bldg Sev/Fac Svc Tech Bldg Serv/Fac Svc Spec 07/01/09 Garrett Lough Comm Sch/Admin Supp Tech Comm Sch/Enrich Prog Mgr 07/01/09 Joel Noel Tonalea/Noon Aide Tonalea/Inst Supp Para Ed 08/10/09 Elizabeth Ottosen Comm Sch/Kid s Club Site Mgr Comm Sch/Kid s Club Lead 07/01/09 E. Paolinelli-Ruiz Comm/Director 1st Impressions G. Board-Sup t/adm Supp Coord 07/01/09 Kathleen Ring Comm Sch/Kid s Club Ast Site Mgr Comm Sch/Kid s Club Site Mgr 07/01/09 Diane Roberts Hopi/Inst Supp Para Ed Supai/Inst Supp Para Ed LSC 08/10/09 Sheri Seykora Comm Sch/Inst Supp Para Ed Comm Sch/Inst Asst Pre-K 08/10/09 Colleen Taylor Hohokam/Inst Supp Para Ed K-ABC Zuni/Inst Supp Para Ed-SCA 08/10/09 Zachary Woodward Comm Sch/Kid s Club Ast Site Mgr Comm Sch/Kid s Club Assoc 08/10/09 ADJUSTMENTS TO CONTRACTS: NAME UNIT/ASSIGNMENT SALARY EFFECTIVE Admin: Carla Partridge Gov Board-Sup t/dir. Communications and Community Partnerships $83, /01/09-06/30/10 15

16 It is recommended that the Governing Board approve the following as: CLASSIFIED SUBSTITUTES and TEMPORARY WORKERS: Sam Brasen Barbara Brown E. Wayne Davis Victoria Gloab Steven Grant La Vona Hall Jose Juarez Garcia Phillip Miller Laddie Shane Kelsey Smith Michael Smith Clay Stofferahn Andrea Susanto Gregory Wardlow Jillene Wood SEPARATIONS: NAME UNIT/ASSIGNMENT REASON EFFECTIVE Admin: Russell Okeke Comm/Web-Based Info Systems Resigned 06/19/09 Martha Sheffield Coronado/AP Resigned 07/10/09 Certified: Mary Bergey Navajo/3rd-6th ELD Resigned 05/27/09 Adrienne Bidula Cocopah/Math Resigned 05/27/09 Sharrie Bonie Cheyenne/3rd Retired 05/27/09 Linda Boudreau Navajo/Gifted Retired 05/27/09 Jenna Carey Tavan/1st Resigned 05/27/09 Kathleen Crowley Sequoya/SPED-Speech &Language Retired 05/27/09 Rosemary Czuk DCMS/Librarian Retired 05/27/09 Melinda Dorn CRES/1st Resigned 05/27/09 Erica Esrick Mohave/Language Arts Resigned 05/27/09 Roseanne Filippi Navajo/Nurse Resigned 05/27/09 Rebecca Horvath Zuni/SPED-Speech & Language Resigned 05/27/09 Rebecca Horvath SPED/Speech & Language Resigned 05/27/09 Fredericka Jorgensen Cochise/SPED-LSC Resigned 05/27/09 Kate Kenney Supai/SPED-LSC Resigned 05/27/09 Todd Kisicki IT/TOA-Staff Development Resigned 06/30/09 Heidi Lochridge Tonalea/SPED Resigned 05/27/09 A. Morrison-Faltis ANLC/1st-2nd ELD Resigned 05/27/09 Joann Myers Cheyenne/Art Retired 10/01/09 David Nance DCMS/PE Resigned 05/27/09 Heidi Oshin Zuni/Twice Exceptional Retired 05/27/09 Yuri Pruszynski ANLC/PE Resigned 05/27/09 Judy Reynolds SVA/NovaNet Resigned 11/24/08 Christine Russell Saguaro/Language Arts Resigned 05/27/09 Christine Russell CTE Grants EVIT/FACS Resigned 05/27/09 Linda Ruzich DCES/Computers Resigned 05/27/09 Kathryn Stojsih Arcadia/Math Resigned 05/27/09 Susan Warren Laguna/2nd Resigned 05/27/09 Karen Washo Cheyenne/Kindergarten Resigned 05/27/09 Diane Whitmore Arcadia/AVID Resigned 05/27/09 Diane Whitmore Arcadia/Service Learning Resigned 05/27/09 Diane Whitmore Arcadia/Math Resigned 05/27/09 Geneva Worthy DCES/1st Resigned 05/27/09 Fredric Zenner Pima/PE Resigned 06/30/09 16

17 Classified: T. Borkenhagen Nutr Serv/Nut Svc Wkr Terminated 05/27/09 Toni Brewer Zuni/Crossing Guard Resigned 05/27/09 Donald Carlson Bldg Serv/Fac Svc Wkr-Cust Retired 07/10/09 N. Conway-Dennis Navajo/Admin Supp Coord Retired 06/02/09 Robert Dickson Bldg Serv/Fac Svc Tech-Grounds Resigned 07/10/09 Jeffrey Dunbar DCMS/Inst Supp Para Ed Resigned 07/23/09 Debbie Jones Arcadia/Admin Supp Asst Resigned 06/09/09 Theodore Manno DCMS/Inst Supp Para Ed Resigned 05/27/09 Jill Master Coronado/Translation Spec Resigned 05/27/09 Anita Nanni Cochise/Inst Supp Para Ed Resigned 05/27/09 Joan Perikly Navajo/Inst Supp Para Ed Resigned 05/27/09 Ashley Rutherford Tonalea/Noon Aide Resigned 05/27/09 Tami Stock Cochise/Inst Supp Para Ed Resigned 05/27/09 Leon Stuertz Chaparral/Athletic Equip Coord Resigned 06/30/09 Clemencia Tafur Tonalea/Inst Supp Para Ed Retired 06/02/09 Denord Terry Coronado/Security Specialist Resigned 05/27/09 Connie Weiss Legal/Admin Supp Coord Terminated 05/28/09 CHANGES TO NON-RENEWAL DUE TO REDUCTION IN FORCE OF CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEES: Cynthia Byers Submitted June 2, 2009 as Non-Renewal will be transferred to Admin Support Coordinator in Nutritional Services RECALLED EMPLOYEES: Certified: Donna Alcorn Kelly Allen Lucy Alvarez Susan Amine Kristin Andreatos Lindsey Baker Juliana Bellinger Caryn Bird Cheryl Bolin Leydis Castillo Amanda Chilcher Yvonne Colland Jesse Dahl Roseann Deak Robert DeFeyter Karen Downs Tara Dumez Steve Dunlap Danielle Edelman Kathleen Edgar Jens Erie Monica Fahy Lori Fedorka Candace Fellheimer Maggie Finan Valerie Frederick Merna Gill Joseph Ginzer Angela Goose Brendon Graber Jack Griffin Crista Guess Tina Hansen Michael Hart Melissa Heinrichs Arthur Henriquez Samantha Hodar Janet Holmes Rachel Householder Ashley Hughes Jessica Jaffe Kerry Jameson Lynn Jarvis Julia Johnson I. Kalish-Cottrell Joanne Kerrigan John Kettlewell Lisa Lancaster S. Laulainen-Libby Evelyn Leone Cheryl Marcus Heather Mayhew Daniel McDonald Jaime McHale S. McHenry-Bendel Robert McMillen Yanira Monreal Lourdes Montano Pamela Morfitt Kelly Muchmore Jessica Mundo Haavard Nilsen Catherine Nosky Katie Nowak Brynn O Connell Megan Owings Matthew Patzlaff Amy Perkins P. Phelps-Castro Natalie Pratt Kathleen Repp Don Richard Florence Richardson Lezlie Roosa Jill Rotondo Michael Sampson Beth Schaffer Roni Scholz Shimako Shimizu Joanne Simons Diane K. Smith Brenda Stuart Daniel Sweeney Albert Te Velde 17

18 Certified: (cont) Dustin Thomas Sarah Torrilhon Lori Troyer John Trupiano Karen VanLake Christina Wadas Gail Wagoner Kathleen Wallin Guadalupe Wheeler Alicia Whitmore Juri Yamashita Jonathan Zukosky Classified: Cynthia Dudley Gidget Vongonten IMPACT ON STUDENTS AND DISTRICT GOAL ALIGNMENT Hiring and retention of a qualified and diverse workforce leads to increased student achievement. X 1 - Improving Student Achievement X 2 - Improving Operations of District 3 - Improving Communication/Marketing Strategies and Effectiveness 18

19 Approval of Minutes of June 30, 2009 Special Board Meeting-Work/Study Dr. Gary T. Catalani, Superintendent N/A It is recommended that the Governing Board approve the Minutes of the June 30, 2009 Special Board Meeting-Work/Study. IMPACT ON STUDENTS AND DISTRICT GOAL ALIGNMENT Positive governance leads to increased student achievement. X 1 Improving Student Achievement X 2 Improving Operations of District X 3 Improving Communication/Marketing Strategies and Effectiveness 19

20 Approval of Minutes of June 30, 2009 Public Hearing/Special Board Meeting Dr. Gary T. Catalani, Superintendent N/A It is recommended that the Governing Board approve the Minutes of the June 30, 2009 Public Hearing/Special Board Meeting. IMPACT ON STUDENTS AND DISTRICT GOAL ALIGNMENT Positive governance leads to increased student achievement. X 1 Improving Student Achievement X 2 Improving Operations of District X 3 Improving Communication/Marketing Strategies and Effectiveness 20

21 Approval for Readmission Case #200908R323 Dr. Althe R. Allen, Executive Director for Secondary and Middle Schools N/A It is recommended that the Governing Board approve the following student(s) for readmission in the Scottsdale Unified School District. Case #200908R323 IMPACT ON STUDENTS AND DISTRICT GOAL ALIGNMENT Demonstrated successful remediation for which the student was expelled. X _1 Improving Student Achievement 2 Improving Operations of District 3 Improving Communication/Marketing Strategies and Effectiveness 21

22 Arizona Public Service (APS) Power Easement Laguna Elementary David Peterson, Assistant Superintendent for Operations N/A It is recommended that the Governing Board approve an overhead and underground poser distribution easement to Arizona Public Service (APS) for the necessary electrical service, and further, that the Governing Board president be authorized to sign the formal easement document and legal description. BACKGROUND: Arizona Public Service has requested a non-exclusive right, privilege easement at Laguna Elementary, at locations and elevations, in, upon, over, under, through and across to construct, reconstruct, replace, repair, operate and maintain electrical lines, together with appurtenant facilities and fixtures. IMPACT ON STUDENTS AND DISTRICT GOAL ALIGNMENT This item impacts students in that the power company is maintaining the power lines and ensures a safe and productive environment for learning. 1 Improving Student Achievement X 2 Improving Operations of District 3 Improving Communication/Marketing Strategies and Effectiveness 22

23 Approval of Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) between StarShine Academy and SUSD Michelle G. Marshall, General Counsel N/A It is recommended that the Governing Board approve the Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) between StarShine Academy and Scottsdale Unified School District ( SUSD ) for the purpose of catering their school with NSLP reimbursable meals. BACKGROUND: StarShine Academy is a charter school with campuses in Phoenix. SUSD has catered lunches under the National School Lunch Program since April Nutrition Services has obtained customary ADE approval to continue service at the St. John s Campus and expand to the Global Transitions Campus. This permits SUSD to claim reimbursements directly from ADE who oversees the NSLP program. Being able to provide these students at StarShine Academy a breakfast and hot lunch daily should greatly improve their achievement. The majority of these students qualifies for the free and reduced lunch program, and without these meals, may have little or no food throughout the day. IMPACT ON STUDENTS AND DISTRICT GOAL ALIGNMENT Positive governance leads to increased student achievement. 1 Improving Student Achievement X_2 Improving Operations of District 3 Improving Communication/Marketing Strategies and Effectiveness 23

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