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Agenda for Los Angeles Unified School District board meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2013

Agenda for Los Angeles Unified School District board meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2013

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Agenda for Los Angeles Unified School District board meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2013
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Bd. of Ed. Regular Meeting Order of Business08-14-13post 1 1 p.m., 08-20-13
BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE CITY OF LOS ANGELESGoverning Board of the Los Angeles Unified School DistrictREGULAR MEETING ORDER OF BUSINESS
333 South Beaudry Avenue, Board Room1 p.m., Tuesday, August 20, 2013
Roll CallPledge of AllegianceSuperintendent’s Reports
Recognition of the 2013 LAUSD District 11 Continuation School Teacher of the Year Award andthe 2013 CA State Continuation School Teacher of the Year Award RecipientSchool Enrollment Update
 Board President’s Reports
Committee Assignments
Consent Items
Items for action below assigned by the Board at the meeting to be adopted by a single vote. Anyitem may be pulled off of consent for further discussion by any Board Member at any time beforeaction is taken.
New Business for Action
1. Board of Education Report No. 008 13/14Procurement Services Division(Procurement Actions) Recommends approval of procurement actions taken by staff within thedelegated authority of the Superintendent for professional services, agreement amendments andpurchases within the delegated authority as described in Attachment A for a total amount of approximately $69.5 million for technology software and services, teacher recruitment, professionaldevelopment, Advanced Placement test preparation, government relations and advocacy services,mentoring and tutoring services, physical education support, Title 1 private schools supplementalmath and reading services, arts instruction coordinator, vision therapy assessments, ConstructionBond Oversight Committee legal support, Academic Growth Over Time revenues and services,document control services, food defense planning, American Sign Language interpretation services,email migration to cloud based services, capacity contracts to provide technology bandwidthoptimization, and 27,083 procurement transactions and low value contracts. Additionally,recommends approval of professional services contracts and goods and general services contractswith agreements and amendments for amounts over $250,000 not under the delegated authority asdetailed in Attachment B, including copier and printer devices and services, asphaltic sealant, andApple computers for a total authorization amount increase of approximately $163 million. Also,approves two legal services contracts under previously approved authorization amounts and salvagetextbook revenue.
 
Bd. of Ed. Regular Meeting Order of Business08-14-13post 2 1 p.m., 08-20-132. Board of Education Report No. 011 13/14Accounting and Disbursements Division(Report of Warrants Issued, Request to Reissue Expired Warrants, Reimbursement of theController’s Revolving Cash Fund and Donations of Money) Recommends approval of warrants forthings such as salary payments for a total value of $1,075,274,860.58, the reissuance of five expiredwarrants totaling $3,504.77, reimburesement of the Controller’s Revolving Cash Fund in theamount of $500.00, and and the acceptance of nine donations to the District totaling $271,229.00.3. Board of Education Report No. 012 13/14Office of Curriculum, Instruction, and School Support(Common Core Budget) Recommends approval of the Common Core Budget to advance studentlearning and create learning spaces designed to implement Common Core State Standards.4. Board of Education Report No. 009 13/14Human Resources Division(Routine Personnel Actions) Recommends approval of 16,665 routine personnel actions such aspromotions, tranfers, leaves, etc.5. Board of Education Report No. 010 13/14Human Resources Division(Nonroutine Personnel Actions) Recommends the dismissals of one classified employee, thesuspension dismissals of four classified employees, the rescission of dismissal for oneclassified employee, and rescission of suspension dismissal for one classified employee.6. Board of Education Report No. 007 13/14Facilities Services Division(Facilities Services Division Contract Actions) Recommends approval of actions that have beenexecuted within the delegated authority including the approval of award of 29 new constructioncontracts for approximately $7.3 million, four job order contracts for $1.4 million, and five job ordercontract amendments for $4.5 million; 308 change orders for new construction and existing constructionfor approximately $7.6 million; completion of 58 contracts; award of 110 informal contracts totalingapproximately $1.3 million; the rejection of five bids; the award of architectural and engineeringextra services contracts and amendments for approximately $1.9 million; the award of two newprofessional and technical service contract not exceeding $250,000 for $490,000; and the award of five professional and technical service contract amendments not exceeding $250,000 for $331,944.7. Board of Education Report No. 014 13/14Facilities Services Division(Amendment to the Facilities Services Division Strategic Execution Plan to Define and ApproveFourteen Board Member Priority and Alteration and Improvement Projects) Recommends approvalof amendment to the Facilities Services Division Strategic Execution Plan to include 14 specifiedAlteration and Improvement projects and Board Member Priority projects valued at $681,447 inBoard Districts 1, 2, 4, 5 and 7.8. Board of Education Report No. 015 13/14Facilities Services Division(Amendment to the Facilities Services Division Strategic Execution Plan to Add One Site to the2013-2014 Proposition 39 Facilities Renovation Effort) Recommends approval of an amendment tothe Facilities Services Division Strategic Execution Plan to add Lorena Elementary School to the2013-2014 Proposition 39 facilities renovation effort.
 
Bd. of Ed. Regular Meeting Order of Business08-14-13post 3 1 p.m., 08-20-139. Board of Education Report No. 016 13/14Facilities Services Division(Amendment to the Facilities Services Division Strategic Execution Plan to Define and Approve theMonroe High School Industrial Arts Building Rehabilitation Project) Recommends approval of amendment to the Facilities Services Division Strategic Execution Plan to include the Monroe HighSchool Industrial Arts Building rehabilitation project at a cost of $7.8 million.10. Board of Education Report No. 017 13/14Facilities Services DivisionOffice of Government Relations
 
(Autorization to Enter into a Lease for the Office of Government Relations at 1130 K Street in theCity of Sacramento) Recommends that the Board authorize designated District staff to enter into alease agreement for the Office of Government Relations at 1130 K Street, Sacramento for a five-year term at a cost of $256,022.11. Board of Education Report No. 013 13/14
 
Charter Schools Division
 
(Charter for Summit Preparatory Charter School) Recommends the approval of the charter petitionfor Summit Preparatory Charter School for 5 years to serve 120 students in grade 4 with a proposedlocation in South Los Angeles.12. Board of Education Report No. 020 13/14
 
Charter Schools Division
 
(Issuance of Notice of Violations for Garr Academy of Mathematics and Entrepreneurial StudiesPursuant to Education Code Sections 47607(c) and (d)) Recommends the issuance of Notice of Violations for Garr Academy of Mathematics and Entrepreneurial Studies pursuant to EducationCode Section 47607 (c) and (d) to remedy violations by September 20, 2013, and to authorizeDistrict staff to send and receive any documents in response to the Notice of Violations.
Board Member Resolutions For Action
13. Mr. Kayser - To Engage the Los Angeles Unified School District Community and Establish FiscalPriorities (Noticed March 19, 2013 and Postponed from Previous Board Meetings)Whereas, The Los Angeles Unified School District has suffered tremendous adverse fiscal impactsdue to the nation’s economic crisis including the elimination of critical programs and the staff supporting them;Whereas, The State of California continues to shamefully sit at the bottom of the nation in per-pupilfunding, consequently, we must do more with less;Whereas, Devastating cuts have been made to arts and music education, early education, adult education,libraries, afterschool programs, outdoor education, and nursing and counseling services, while class sizesincreased, salaries were cut, summer school was eliminated and the school year shortened;Whereas, Through the efforts of Governor Jerry Brown, the voters and the organizations thatworked so hard to pass Propositions 30 and 39, next year’s budget is expected to improve;Whereas, The Governor’s proposed Local Control Funding Formula should also positively impactthe situation locally as it provides a base grant of about $6,800 per student, which would be

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