Date: December 14, 2010 H) Resolution No.

10-11/007, Adopting Revised Board Policies, Bylaws, and Administrative Regulations Approved Resolution No. 10-11/007 (attached), adopting the revised board bylaws, policies, and administrative regulations, retroactive to the beginning of the 2010-2011 school year. Motion: Molina
I)

Page 8 GA 11-12

Second: Pizano Vote: 3-1-1 [MM: Yes RP: Yes SS: No HR: Yes GR: Abstain] GA 13-14

Authorized Signatures Resolution No. 10-11/008 Approved/Ratified the Certification of Signatures as submitted, Resolution No. 10-11/008 Motion: Rojas Second: Ramos

Vote: 5-0 [MM: Yes RP: Yes SS: Yes HR: Yes GR: Yes] GA 15

J)

Approval of Change Order Number One (1) for G Coast Construction, Inc. Approved change order number (l) for G Coast Construction, Inc. regarding the Hawthorne High School Fencing project, at a cost of $13,565, funded tln'ough 21.0 CV Bond. Motion: Ramos

Second: Molina Vote: 4-0-1 [MM: Yes RP: Yes SS: Abstain HR: Yes GR: Yes] GA 16

K)

Approval of Change Order Number One (1) for Excel Paving Company Approved change order number (I) for Excel Paving Company on the Hawthorne High School Sewer & Stonn Drain Replacement ERP Package 212 & 213 project, at a cost of$16,184, funded through 21.0 CV Bond.

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Motion: Ramos Second: Rojas Vote: 4-0-1 [MM: Yes RP: Yes SS: Abstain HR: Yes GR: Yes] Approval to Attend the F.I.R.S.T. (For Inspiration and Recognition of GA 17 Science and Technology) Robotics Competition in Denver, Colorado, April 610,2011 Approved/Ratified Jason Takamoto, Lucas Pacheco, Erin Ashwell (Hawthorne certificated teachers), and twelve students to attend F.LR.S.T. Robotics Competition on April 6-10, 2011 in Denver, Colorado, funded by Carl D. Perkins. Motion: Ramos Second: Molina Vote: 5-0 [MM: Yes RP: Yes SS: No HR: Yes GR: Yes]

17. CONSENT CALENDAR All items appearing (which have asterisks(*) on the left hand side of the agenda item) are adopted by one single motion, unless a member of the Board or the Superintendent requests that any such item be removed from the Consent Calendar and voted on separately. Motion: Pizano *A) Second: Molina Vote: 4-1 [MM: Yes RP: Yes SS: No HR: Yes GR: Yes]

Minutes ApprovedlRatified regnlar board meeting minntes of Jnne 29, 2010 ApprovedlRatified regular board meeting minutes of September 28, 2010 Approved/Ratified special board meetiug minutes of November 16, 2010 Curriculum and Instruction

MI-12 M 13-26 M27-28

*B)

Approval to Accept Donation from Schools First Federal Credit Union Approved/Ratified the acceptance of $300 charitable contribution £i'om Schools First Federal Credit Union, to support the ASB Program.

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INSURED -POLICY NUMBER -POLICY DATE

JOSE A FERNANDEZ OCTOBER 28,2010

New York Life Insurance Company
51 Madison Avenue, New York, New York 10010

(A Mutual Company founded in 1845)
,

New York Life Insurance Company will pay the benefits of this policy In accordance with Its provisions. The pages that follow are also a part of this policy. Right To Examine Policy Please examine your policy. Within 10 days after delivery, you can return it to New York Life Insurance Company, or to the agent through whom it was purchased, with a written request for a refund of premium. Upon such a request, the policy will be void from the start, and a full premium refund will be made. Premiums The premiums payable for this policy are shown on the Premium Schedule Policy Data page. They are payable in accordance with the Premiums section. No premium payments can be made on or after the Scheduled Paid-Up Date shown on the Polley Data Page. Effective Date The Effective Date is the date the policy is delivered and the first premium is paid. Coverage does not begin until the Effective Date unless temporary coverage is obtained under a separate temporary coverage agreement. Tt1is policy is executed as of the Date of Issue shown on the Policy Information Policy Data page. READ YOUR POLICY CAREFULLY FOR FULL DETAILS.

President

Secretary

WHOLE LIFE INSURANCE POLICY

LIFE INSURANCE PROCEEDS PAYABLE AT INSURED'S DEATH. PREMIUM PAYMENTS FOR THE BASE POLICY ARE PAYABLE DURING THE INSURED'S LIFETIME, UNTIL SCHEDULED PAID-UP DATE SHOWN ON THE PREMIUM SCHEDULE POLICY DATA PAGE. NO PREMIUM PAYMENTS FOR THE BASE POLICY ARE PAYABLE ON OR AFTER THE SCHEDULED PAID-UP DATE. THiS POLICY IS ELIGIBLE FOR DIVIDENDS.

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POLICY INFORMATION INSURED - JOSE A FERNANOU ..·~. POLICY NUMBER - • • • POLICY DATE - OCTOBER 28,2010 OWNER INSURED AGE - . MALE

CLASS OF RiSK· . . • • •
DATE OF ISSUE - NOVEMBER 8,2010

PLAN NEW YORK LIFE CUSTOM WHOLE LIFE (WHOLE LIFE WITH 10 YEAR PREMIUM PAYING PERIOD) WITH OPTION TO PURCHASE PAID·UP ADDITIONS (OPP) AND ACCELERATED BENEFITS (AD) AND DIVIDEND OPTION TERM (DOT) PREMIUMS FOR THE DOT RIDER COVERAGE ARE PAYABLE THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE TERM THE RIDER IS IN EFFECT. ALTHOUGH THERE ARE NO MORE PREMIUMS DUE FOR THE BASE POLICY AND OTHER RIDERS LISTED ABOVE AS OF THE SCHEDULED PAID-UP POLICY DATE, DOT RIDER PREMIUMS MUST CONTINUE TO BE PAID IN ORDER FOR THE RIDER COVERAGE TO REMAIN IN EFFECT. #7

AMOUNT

FACE AMOUNT DIVIDEND OPTION TERM (TARGET FACE AMOUNT)

$750',000.00 $10,000.00

BENEFICIARY (subject to change) AS DESIGNATED ON APPLICATION, OR AS SUBSEQUENTLY CHANGED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CHANGE OF BENEFICIARY PROVISIONS UPROMISE ACCOUNT BENEFIT· $25.00 A $25.00 UPROMISE CONTRIBUTION AMOUNT TO YOUR UPROMISE ACCOUNT WILL BE MADE IF YOU REGISTER THIS POLICY WITH UPROMISE WITHIN 90 DAYS OF THE POLICY'S DELIVERY DATE. PLEASE SEE THE UPROMISE RIDER ATIACHED TO THIS POLICY FOR DETAILS. THIS UPROMISE CONTRIBUTION AMOUNT IS NOT TAXABLE, BUT WILL BE REFLECTED IF YOU SURRENDER THIS POLICY.

#7 Dividends are not guaranteed. Therefore, subsequent to the Initial Premium Paying Period, any premium amounts
payable by availabJe policy values may require an additional out-af-pocket payment if slich values in the policy are not sufficient to pay the entire premium.

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Centinela Valley Union HSD | 4000 | AR

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Personnel

Health & Welfare Benefits   
In order to secure and hold staff committed to student learning, the Governing Board recognizes the importance of an attractive compensation package which includes salaries, health benefits and other amenities.

It is the intent of the district to assure Classified and Certificated Contract Senior Management, Management, Supervisory, and Confidential employees similar benefits as those granted to bargaining unit employees. While those benefits may not be identical, they will provide for similar types of coverage. However, Classified and Certificated Contract Senior Management, Management, Supervisory, and Confidential employees may receive other types or levels of coverage as part of an annual compensation review.

The district will contribute $6,000 annually towards health benefits to Contract Senior Management, Management, Supervisory, and Confidential employees. The district's contribution shall be adjusted upward to equal the contributions provided to the bargaining unit members in the event the bargaining units receive an increased contribution amount toward their benefits.

In addition to any other life insurance benefits the district currently provides, management employees shall receive the following:

* The Superintendent shall receive a $750,000 whole life policy in addition to any other policy received, under the same terms and conditions stated in his/her contract.

* Assistant Superintendents and Business Services Administrator shall receive a $300,000 whole life policy in addition to any other policy received, under the same terms and conditions stated in their contract or authorized by the Superintendent.

* All other management level employees shall receive $150,000 term life insurance.

Regulation CENTINELA VALLEY UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT

approved: December 14, 2010 Lawndale, California

http://www.ga mutonline .ne t/distric t/c e ntine la va lle y/displa yPolic y/681826/4

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