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SAN JACINTO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
BOARD OF TRUSTEES AND THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
SITTING AS THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
OF THE SAN JACINTO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
SCHOOL FACILITIES CORPORATION
Upon request, this agenda will be made available in appropriate alternative formats to persons with disabilities, as required by Section 202 of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Any person with a disability, who requires a modification or accommodation in order to participate in a meeting, should direct such request to Sue Krencik, Secretary to the Superintendent, at (909) 929-7700, extension 4202, at least 48 hours before the meeting, if possible.
Meeting:

REGULAR MEETING - PUBLIC SESSION
March 9, 2004
5:00 p.m. – Closed Session
Management Conference Room
2045 S. San Jacinto Avenue, San Jacinto
6:00 p.m. - Regular Meeting
Place: Board
2045 S. San Jacinto Avenue, San Jacinto
CALL TO ORDER - PUBLIC SESSION
Call to Order

2. CLOSED

Conference with Legal Counsel – Potential Litigation
Property: Assessor Parcel No(s). 439-120-024
2.2
SJTA and CSEA Contract Negotiations
Discussion related to SJTA and CSEA contract negotiations. 3. PUBLIC
Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag
Student Representative Reports
Student representatives will report on activities at the middle school and high schools.
4. PUBLIC
PARTICIPATION
Public participation is the time when members of the audience, and Board members, may address the Board on matters not scheduled on the meeting's agenda. Recognition
Public recognition of students, staff, volunteers, and community members takes place at this time. a. District Science Fair Winners and Coordinators Members of the Audience (Open Forum)
Members of the audience are invited to address the Board at this time. Board or Staff Announcements
Members of the Board or staff may make brief reports or announcements at this time.
5. PUBLIC
Public Hearing on District Nutritional Programs
Discussion of District nutritional programs as mandated by Senate Bill (SB) 65.
6. REPORTS

District Budgeting Plan
Provides the Board with information and recommendations related to the State budget crisis. 7. PERSONNEL

Personnel Services Report
Provides the Board with recommendations for the employment status of current and new District personnel.
8. CONSENT

Consent agenda items are considered routine, requiring no discussion, and are normally
all approved at one time by the Board. A Board member may request that an item be
withdrawn from the consent list and acted upon separately.
8.1
Approve Minutes of the Meetings of the Board of Trustees
Recommends action to approve minutes of previous Board meetings.
8.2
Warrant Payment Approval
Recommends action to approve the warrants paid by the District for the time
period designated.

2003-2004 Consultant Agreements
Recommends action to approve a consultant agreement.
9. ACTION
The Board President will introduce each item. Normal procedure on action items includes: (1) Motion and second will be made on each item to begin discussion; (2) Questions or clarification by Board members and receiving additional background information or analysis from the administration on the item proposed for action; (3) Hear comments from the audience, so the Board may receive input from the public prior to the Board's discussion; (4) Members of the Board will enter into discussion; and (5) Taking action on the agenda item. Approve Reelection of Certificated Administrators for 2004-2005 School
Year

Recommends approval of reelection of certificated administrators for the 2004-2005 school year. Adopt Resolution 03-04-59 for the Expenditure of Funds
Recommends action to adopt a resolution for the expenditure of funds that the District has received. Award Beverage Contract
Recommends action to award beverage contract. Approve Revisions to Board Policy 3540 - Transportation
Recommends action to approve revised Board Policy 3540 - Transportation.
9.5
Change Order No. 1 for San Jacinto High School Expansion and
Renovation Project

Recommends action to approve Change Order No. 1 for San Jacinto High School Expansion and Renovation Project.
9.6
Change Order No. 2 for Jose Antonio Estudillo Elementary School (San
Jacinto Elementary No. 2)

Recommends action to approve Change Order No. 2 for Jose Antonio Estudillo Elementary School. Change Order No. 2 for Clayton A. Record, Jr. Elementary School (San
Jacinto Elementary No. 3)

Recommends action to approve Change Order No. 2 for Clayton A. Record, Jr. Elementary School. Approval of Year-Round Calendar for K-5 Schools for the 2004-2005 school
year.

Recommend approval of year-round calendar for K-5 schools for 2004-2005. Approval of Three Track Calendar for Record Elementary School for 2004-
2005.

Recommend approval of three track calendar for Record Elementary School for 2004-2005. Approval of Revised Traditional Calendar for San Jacinto High School for
2003-2004.

Recommend approval of revised calendar for San Jacinto High School for 2003-2004.
9.11
Approve Reinstatement of Student No. 03-04-21
The Board will take action to reinstate the student or continue the suspended expulsion with a specific rehabilitation plan and the length of time as determined by the Board. 10. INFORMATION
Information items are generally included on the agenda for two reasons. One, to solicit reactions from the Board and public on matters which may be presented to the Board for action at a later date; and two, to provide presentations and information on a wide range of matters of interest to the Board of Trustees and public, but which require no action.
11. CLOSED
12. PUBLIC

13. ADJOURNMENT


It was moved to adjourn the meeting in honor of _________________________, FUTURE BOARD MEETINGS
Date Time
Location
Board Room – 2045 S. San Jacinto Ave., San Jacinto Board Room – 2045 S. San Jacinto Ave., San Jacinto Board Room – 2045 S. San Jacinto Ave., San Jacinto Board Room – 2045 S. San Jacinto Ave., San Jacinto Board Room – 2045 S. San Jacinto Ave., San Jacinto Meeting Cancelled by Board Action on 12/9/03 Board Room – 2045 S. San Jacinto Ave., San Jacinto Meeting Cancelled by Board Action on 12/9/03 Board Room - 2045 S. San Jacinto Ave., San Jacinto Meeting Cancelled by Board Action on 12/9/03 Board Room - 2045 S. San Jacinto Ave., San Jacinto Board Room - 2045 S. San Jacinto Ave., San Jacinto Board Room - 2045 S. San Jacinto Ave., San Jacinto Board Room - 2045 S. San Jacinto Ave., San Jacinto Board Room - 2045 S. San Jacinto Ave., San Jacinto Board Room - 2045 S. San Jacinto Ave., San Jacinto Meeting Cancelled by Board Action on 12/9/03 Board Room - 2045 S. San Jacinto Ave., San Jacinto Meeting Cancelled by Board Action on 12/9/03 BOARD REPORT
Public Hearing on District Nutritional Programs

Description:
The Board of Trustees will review the District’s Nutritional Programs. The discussion is mandated by Senate Bill (SB) 65. This is the time and place designated for the public hearing during which the Board may receive any input of interested persons on the above referenced items. BOARD REPORT
Personnel Services Report
The Personnel Services Report for March 9, 2004, is presented for Board approval.
Fiscal Implications:
Budgeted in the 2003-2004 District budget.
Recommended Action:
That the Personnel Services Report for March 9, 2004, be approved as presented.
BOARD MOTION: ____________________________________

____________________________________
Moved by:
PERSONNEL SERVICES REPORT
Substitute Teachers, funded by General Fund: Eva Fowler, Lead Cook, 40 hrs./week, 12 mths./yr., Range 26-step 3, eff. Feb. 23, 2004, funded by Food Services. Debbie Gordon, Instructional Aide, 6 hrs./day, 181 days/yr., Range 21-Step 3, eff. March 29, 2004, funded by Special Education. Amy Ledbetter, AVID Tutor, 30 hrs./week, $10/hr., temporary position eff. March 1 - June 30, 2004, funded by Title 1. Brook Rawlins, Receptionist/Personnel Secretary, 40 hrs./week, 12 mths./yr., Range 31-Step 1, eff. March 1, 2004, funded by General Fund. George Michael Rothberg, Substitute Instructional Aide, funded by General Fund. Russell Sladky, Campus Supervisor, 8 hrs. 20 min./week, 12 mths./yr., Range 21-Step 1, eff. Feb. 24, 2004, funded by General Fund. Jeanne Barraza, from Clerk Typist I, 40 hrs./week, Range 22-Step 2, temporary position for 2003-2004, to Clerk Typist II, 40 hrs./week 12 mths./yr., Range 25-Step 2, temporary position eff. March 1 – June 30, 2004, funded by Reading First Grant. Penni Harbauer, from Information Processing Technician, 40 hrs./week, Range 30-Step 2, to Administrative Secretary, 40 hrs./week, Range 43-Step 1, temporary position eff. Jan. 15 – June 30, 2004, funded by Special Education. PERSONNEL SERVICES REPORT (cont.)
APPROVE PLACEMENT ON 39-MONTH REHIRE LIST
Classified
#152036, eff. Feb. 23, 2004.
BOARD REPORT
Approve the Minutes of the Meetings of the Board of Trustees
Approval is requested for the minutes of the February 24, 2004, Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees. That the minutes of the February 24, 2004, Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees be approved.
BOARD MOTION: _____________________________________
SAN JACINTO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
BOARD OF TRUSTEES AND THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
SITTING AS THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
OF THE SAN JACINTO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
SCHOOL FACILITIES CORPORATION

Meeting:

REGULAR MEETING - PUBLIC SESSION
February 24, 2004
5:00 p.m. – Closed Session
Management Conference Room
2045 S. San Jacinto Avenue, San Jacinto
6:00 p.m. - Regular Meeting
Place: Board
2045 S. San Jacinto Avenue, San Jacinto

Present:

Megan Cope (arrived at 7:05 pm)
Debbi Rex

Hamilton
Schouten

CALL TO ORDER
The meeting was called to order at 5:00 p.m. by Board Clerk Rex and adjourned to Closed
Session to discuss the following items as listed on the agenda:

2.1

Conference with Legal Counsel – Potential Litigation
2.2 Personnel

PUBLIC SESSION
Board Clerk Rex opened the Public Session at 6:10 p.m. Haley Davison led the Pledge of
Allegiance to the Flag.
STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE REPORTS
Michael Jones reported on activities at North Mountain Middle School. Whitney Hagen reported
on activities at Mt. View High School.
PUBLIC PARTICIPATION
Recognition. The Board recognized the San Jacinto High School Academic Decathlon Team,
the District Spelling Bee Winners, and the DeAnza Funner to be a Runner participants.
Mr. Eric Gosch presented a check to the Academic Decathlon Team in the amount of $500.00
for their hard work and continued success.

Members of the Audience. There were 5 requests to speak. One request was withdrawn
prior to the beginning of Public Participation. Deborah Gray spoke regard her reassignment for
2004-05. Karen Robles spoke on behalf of the San Jacinto Teacher’s Association regarding the
teacher reassignments for the 2004-05 school year. Nancy Ayres spoke regarding the
Kindergarten PM schedule at DeAnza Elementary School and also regarding the decision to
place the middle schools on a traditional calendar.
Board or Staff Announcements. None.


PUBLIC HEARING
5.1

Public Hearing – Regarding the Consideration and Adoption of a Statutory School
Facility Fee Increase in Accordance with the State Allocation Board (SAB) 2004
Biennial Statutory School Fee Increase for New Residential and
Commercial/Industrial Construction


Board President Cope opened the public hearing at 7:44 p.m. There were no requests to speak
on the item. The public hearing was closed at 7:45 p.m.
5.2

Public Hearing - Notice of Intent to Expand the Current 2003-2004 Discussions of
the Bargaining Agreement with the California School Employees Association to
include Salary and Benefits for 2004-2005 in Compliance with Government Code
Section 3547

Board President Cope opened the public hearing at 7:46 p.m. There were no requests to speak. The public hearing was closed at 7:47 p.m. PERSONNEL
6.1

Personnel Services Report
It was moved to approve the Personnel Services Report with the redaction of Loren Hobgood. Moved by:
CONSENT AGENDA

7.1
Approve Minutes of the Meetings of the Board of Trustees
Warrant Payment Approval
2003-2004 Consultant Agreements

It was moved to approve Consent Agenda items 7.1 through 7.3 as presented.
Moved by:

ACTION ITEMS
8.1
2004 Delegate Assembly Election - California School Boards Association
It was moved to vote for Megan Cope, Bruce Dennis and Jesus Holguin as delegates to the California School Boards Association. Approve Board Member to the Education Foundation Board of Directors

It was moved to approve John Norman to the San Jacinto Education Foundation Board of
Directors.

Moved by:
Adopt Resolution 03-04-58, Recognizing the Week of March 1-5, 2004, as “Week of
the School Administrator”

It was moved to waive the reading and to adopt Resolution 03-04-58, Recognizing the Week of March 1-5, 2004, as “Week of the School Administrator.” Moved by:
8.4
Approve Track Modifications for 2004-2005 School Year

It was moved to approve Record Elementary School to be placed on a three-track schedule, for
2004-05, and that North Mountain Middle School and Monte Vista Middle School be on a
traditional schedule to coincide with the high school schedule.
Moved by:
Approve Discard Book List from Monte Vista School

It was moved to approve a list of discard books from Monte Vista School.
Adopt Resolution 03-04-56, Arts Education Month, March 2004

It was moved to waive the reading and to adopt Resolution 03-04-56, Arts Education Month,
March, 2004.

Moved by:
Adopt Resolution 03-04-57, Women’s History Month, March 2004

It was moved to waive the reading and to adopt Resolution 03-04-57, Women’s History Month.
March, 2004.
Deny Reinstatement of Students

It was moved that the following students not be reinstated into the San Jacinto Unified School
District: Student No. 02-03-31 and Student No. 01-02-44.
Moved by:
Approve Reinstatement of Students

It was moved that the following students be reinstated into the San Jacinto Unified School
District under the terms of a reinstatement behavior contract: Student no. 02-03-21 and Student
No. 02-03-28.
Moved by:
Deny Reinstatement of Students

It was moved that the following students not be reinstated into the San Jacinto Unified School
District and that a reinstatement hearing be scheduled as following: Student No. 02-03-58, with
a reinstatement hearing on or before June 24, 2004; and Student No. 02-03-62, with a
reinstatement hearing on or before June 27, 2004.
Moved by:
Adopt Resolution 03-04-53, Of The Board of Trustees of the San Jacinto Unified
School District Approving an Increase In Statutory School Facility Fees Imposed
on Residential and Commercial/Industrial Construction Pursuant to Education
Code Section 17620 and Government Code Section 65995 (“Statutory School Fee
Increase Resolution”)

It was moved to waive the reading and to adopt Resolution 03-04-53, Of The Board of Trustees of the San Jacinto Unified School District Approving an Increase In Statutory School Facility Fees Imposed on Residential and Commercial/Industrial Construction Pursuant to Education Code Section 17620 and Government Code Section 65995 (“Statutory School Fee Increase Resolution”) Approve Second Period Interim Financial Report

It was moved to approve the Second Period Interim Financial Report Moved by: Adopt Resolution 03-04-54 for the Expenditure of Funds
It was moved to waive the reading and to adopt Resolution 03-04-54, Expenditure of Funds. Moved by: Adopt Resolution 03-04-55, Certification of Multitrack Year-Round Education
(MTYRE) Substantial Enrollment Requirement of Education Code Section
17017.7C

It was moved to waive the reading and to adopt Resolution 03-04-55, Certification of Multitrack Year-Round Education (MTYRE) Substantial Enrollment Requirement of Education Code Section 17017.7C. Moved by: Authorization to Declare Materials/Equipment Obsolete
It was moved to approve action to authorize the disposal of obsolete materials/equipment. Moved by:
8.16
Approve Expanding Discussions of Bargaining Agreement with the California
School Employees Association


It was moved to approve expanding discussion of the bargaining agreement with the California
School Employees Association.
Moved by:

INFORMATION ITEMS

9.1
Annual Report - San Jacinto Valley Academy

Students from the San Jacinto Valley Academy gave a Spanish lesson demonstration. Principal Donna Buck presented the annual report for the San Jacinto Valley Academy. Second Reading Board Policy 3540

Joe Busek presented Board Policy 3540 for a second reading. ADJOURNMENT

The meeting was adjourned at 8:40 p.m. in honor of Leann Cooper, parent of DeAnza
Elementary School students, who passed away.
___________________________
Board President
___________________________
BOARD REPORT
Warrant Payment Approval
Description: Items that have been paid between February 13, 2004, and February 24, 2004, in the amount of $358,986.00. That the Board approves the items paid for the period of February 13, 2004, to February
24, 2004, in the amount of $358,986.00.
BOARD MOTION: _____________________________________
BOARD REPORT
2003-2004 Consultant Agreements
Description: 1. The Ware Group will provide Reading Plus, Lexia, and ALS software training to the teachers at North Mountain Middle School. Software will help the students in reading fluency (Reading Plus), phonemic awareness (Lexia), and language arts and math (ALS). The training will be from March 25 through April 8, 2004. 2. Leadership Training Associates for assistance with accreditation services, advisement, and development of school self-study and related training at San Jacinto High School from March through May 2004. 3. Professional Development Exchange (PDX) will provide professional development – differentiated instruction at San Jacinto High School from March through June 2004. $5,500 – Funded by Lottery Program Enhancement That the Board approves the consultant agreements with the Ware Group to provide
software training to North Mountain Middle School in the amount of $900, with
leadership Training Associates for assistance with accreditation services in the amount
of $5,500, and with Professional Development Exchange to provide professional
development in the amount of $4,000.
BOARD MOTION: _____________________________________
BOARD REPORT
Approve Reelection of Certificated Administrators for 2004-2005 School Year
Description: According to the provisions of Education Code Section 44949.21 and 44951.1, the Board of Trustees has until March 15, 2004, to decide whether to reelect or non-reelect and/or renew or reassign certificated administrators in the San Jacinto Unified School District. Rather than having their reelection occur as a result of inaction by March 15, 2004, it is recommended that the Board of Trustees positively renew the following certificated administrators: Fiscal Impact:
Not applicable.
Recommended Motion:
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the reelection of the certificated
administrators listed above for 2004-2005.
BOARD MOTION: ______________________________
______________________________ Moved by: BOARD REPORT
Adopt Resolution 03-04-59 for the Expenditure of Funds
Description: From the time school district budgets are adopted in June of each year, there are continuing adjustments in both revenues and expenditures. Oftentimes budgets are brought in at a higher dollar amount than revenue actually received. It is necessary to decrease these budgets to match the revenue received. Additionally, in order to bring in new revenue received for various programs, it is necessary to increase the site and district budgets. District administration is recommending the adoption of Resolution 03-04-59 authorizing the expenditure of these funds as follows: Categorical Programs – See Attached Sheet Recognize revised revenue increases of $120,500. That the Board adopts Resolution 03-04-59 for the Expenditure of Funds. BOARD MOTION: _____________________________________
RIVERSIDE COUNTY OFFICE OF EDUCATION
RESOLUTION FOR EXPENDITURE OF FUNDS
03-04-59
WHEREAS, the Governing Board of the San Jacinto Unified School District has
determined that income in the amount of $120,500 is assured to said District, as is reflected on the attached page (Part 1), for: Categorical Programs – See Attached Sheet WHEREAS, the Governing Board of the San Jacinto Unified School District can show
just cause for the expenditure of such funds. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that pursuant to Section 42602 of the
Education Code of California, such funds to be appropriated according to the schedule on the attached page (Part II). Approved: Riverside County Office of Education March By:___________________________ _____________________________ Clerk SAN JACINTO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
RESOLUTION FOR EXPENDITURE OF FUNDS
03-04-59
Proposed
Description
Adjustment
Revised Budget
TOTAL OF INCREASES
$120,500
$120,500
BOARD REPORT
Award Beverage Contract
Bid presentation and overview of companies bidding for beverages in the 2003/2004 and 2004/2005 school years as well as legislation regarding beverage sales. The Food Service Department is requesting Board approval on the following recommended vendor: The bid agreement period will be from April 1, 2004 – March 31, 2005 and the District has the right to exercise up to two one-year extensions. That the Board award beverage contract to ________ in the amount of $_______.
BOARD MOTION: _____________________________________
BOARD REPORT


9.4
Approve Revisions to Board Policy 3540 - Transportation

Description:
At the Board meetings of February 10 and 24, 2004, the Board heard the first and second readings of the policy. Board Policy 3540 – Transportation is presented for final approval. That the Board approve revised Board Policy 3540 – Transportation.
BOARD MOTION: _____________________________________
Prepared by: Business/Facilities Information item: 2/10/04, 2/24/04 SAN JACINTO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Business and Noninstructional Operations The Board of Trustees desires to provide for the safe and efficient transportation of students to and from school as necessary to ensure student access to the educational program, promote regular attendance and reduce tardiness. The extent to which the district provides for transportation services shall depend upon student and community needs and a continuing assessment of financial resources. The Superintendent or designee shall recommend to the Board the most economical and appropriate means of providing transportation services. The Superintendent or designee shall develop procedures to promote safety for students traveling on school buses. The Superintendent or designee shall ensure the qualifications of bus drivers and related staff employed by the district, provide for the maintenance and operation of district-owned school buses and other equipment, and ensure adequate facilities for equipment storage and maintenance. General Policy Transportation services for regular pupils shall be recognized as a permissive activity provided by the Board of Trustees as authorized in the Education Code or other statutes. Mandated services for special education or other special students shall be provided in accordance with such rules and regulations established by statute. Pupil transportation in the San Jacinto Unified School District is provided under authority granted by the Education Code of the State of California, the California Administrative Code, Title V, and the California Vehicle Code enforced by the California Highway Patrol. These Board policies, rules and regulations shall have the effect of law in the operation of this program. The policies specified do not represent legal requirements in their entirety, however, compliance with all statutory requirements is expected. The function of pupil transportation is to furnish transportation when economically practical and feasible to those pupils in the district whose attendance in classes would be materially handicapped by the absence of such transportation. The Board of Trustees resolves that it is its intention to carefully review transportation needs in relation to all district-wide needs and the minimum walking distance will be increased if deemed necessary. SAN JACINTO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Business and Noninstructional Operations Pupils in grades Kindergarten through 5 who reside one mile or more traveling distance from their assigned school, as measured by the shortest travel route to the school, shall normally be furnished transportation. Bus stops shall be established approximately one-half mile or more beyond the walking distance. Pupils in grades 6 through 8 who reside one and one-half or more miles traveling distance from their assigned school, shall normally be furnished transportation. Bus stops shall be established approximately one-half mile or more beyond the walking distance. Pupils in grades 9 through 12 who reside two or more miles traveling distance from their assigned school, shall normally be furnished transportation. Bus stops shall be established approximately one-half mile or more beyond the walking distance. Pupils who, in walking from home to school, encounter such physical dangers that would make it, in the judgment of the district administration, unwise to allow foot travel, may be furnished transportation. Pupils shall come to designated stops approved by the Board of Trustees for transportation service. Pick ups and discharges of pupils from buses shall be made only at approved bus stops. Under no circumstances will a student be let off at stops other than the regular pickup stop for any reason including baby sitting purposes, unless arrangements are made through district officials and an additional bus stop is not required. Bus passes may be required to ride the bus. If a pass system is implemented and the student loses the pass, there will be a charge to replace the pass. Pupils transported in a school bus shall be under the authority of, and responsible directly to, the driver of the bus. The driver shall be held responsible for the orderly conduct of pupils while they are on the bus or being escorted across a street, highway or road. SAN JACINTO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Business and Noninstructional Operations No bus driver shall require any pupil to leave the bus enroute between home and school or other destination. Parents shall be held responsible for the conduct of their children at or on their way to or from bus stops. Pupils responsible for the commission of vandalism or other depredations to private property, including improper conduct at or near bus pick up or discharge stops, shall be subject to disciplinary action. Under no circumstances shall animals, alcoholic beverages, intoxicants or any controlled substances as defined in Health and Safety Code 11053 et. seq., or weapons be carried or used on a bus. Continued disorderly conduct or persistent refusal to submit to the authority of the driver shall be sufficient reason for a pupil to be denied transportation in accordance with policies of the Board of Trustees. The Superintendent or designee may use his/her discretion and suspend a pupil from transportation service for any period of the school year when an offense is of such a serious nature that the safety of other pupils or employees is endangered. Special Consideration for High Schools To provide for a full high school program, special transportation arrangements and trips may be approved by the Superintendent or designee. Transportation of Persons Other Than Pupils or Employees Volunteer adults who are assisting in the supervision of pupils may be transported to and from school athletic contests or other school activities. Children may be permitted to accompany parents when such transportation is provided for special parent activity as a part of a program. No pupils or children other than those for whom the trip was planned shall be permitted on the bus. SAN JACINTO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Business and Noninstructional Operations Use of Bus for Other Than Home to School Transportation Field, curricular or athletic trips may be scheduled when such trips are deemed to be of an educational or recreational value to those transported. Trips shall be authorized within the limits of available equipment and qualified drivers. Payments in Lieu of Providing Transportation Contracts between the Board of Trustees and a parent or guardian of a pupil may be entered into for the transportation of pupils. Bus Routes and Stops Bus routes and bus stops shall be established by the district administration. The Board of Trustees shall annually review bus schedules, routes and stops. Emergency Procedures Bus students shall be instructed twice during each school year in safe riding practices. This shall be a part of the normal classroom instruction. Pupils shall participate in an annual emergency bus evacuation drill. This shall be carried out under the supervision of the bus driver. Classroom instruction shall be provided by teachers. Servicing and Maintenance of Buses The district transportation fleet shall be maintained and serviced in accordance with the generally accepted manufacturer's standards of maintenance and to satisfy all regulations of state agencies. Bus Drivers School bus drivers employed by the District shall comply with all requirements established by the district, state legislature, State Board of Education, the State Department of Motor Vehicles, and the California Highway Patrol. SAN JACINTO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Business and Noninstructional Operations
Assisting Students to Cross Streets
Drivers shall escort pupils attending elementary, middle, and when appropriate high schools
across a street or highway upon which the bus has stopped when unloading students.
Parents or others shall be expected to assist students enroute to school bus stops for pickup
purposes.
Bus Security
A return time shall be designated on all buses scheduled for regular and field trip runs. Any
buses overdue in excess of one hour shall be considered missing, and the transportation
department shall be responsible for reviewing the route and schedule to determine possible
reason for the delay. The review of the route may include actual tracing of the route.

Legal Reference:

Education Code
35330
Powers of governing board to provide transportation for pupils to and from school; definition of “municipally owned transit system: Contract with County Superintendent of Schools to provide transportation Bids and contracts for transportation services Payments to parents in lieu of transportation Food and lodging payments in lieu of transportation District transportation of private school students Supplemental allowances for transportation Criminal background checks for contractors Educational Employment Relations Act SAN JACINTO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Business and Noninstructional Operations Code of Regulations, Title 5 14100-14103 Use of school buses and school pupil activity buses Allowances for student transportation, especially: District records related to transportation Arcadia Unified School District et. Al. V. State Department of Education, 2 Cal. 4th 251 (1992) Board Policy BOARD REPORT


9.5
Change Order No. 1 for San Jacinto High School Expansion and Renovation
Project

Change Order No. 1 provides for necessary additional work to the San Jacinto High School Expansion and Renovation project. Work includes revisions and reconnection to the existing storm drain and sewer; modification to the air handlers for the woodshop dust collector and the addition of security contacts and exterior speakers for the new buildings. Additional electrical work is incorporated in this change order to meet current Title 24 and Division of State Architecture (DSA) requirements. The total effect of Change Order No. 1 increases the construction cost in the amount of $98,660 representing a reduction of .93% of the original combined contract amount. The original combined construction contract was $10,600,606. The new combined construction contract amount, including Change Order No. 1, is $10,699,266. Approve Change Order No. 1 for San Jacinto High School for a total addition of $98,660 in Capital Facilities Fund as follows: Category Contractor
TOTAL AMOUNT

BOARD MOTION:
_____________________________________
BOARD REPORT

9.6
Change Order No. 2 for Jose Antonio Estudillo Elementary School (San Jacinto
Elementary No. 2)

Change Order No. 2 provides for necessary additional work to Jose Antonio Estudillo Elementary School (San Jacinto Elementary No. 2). Work includes value engineering and revisions to landscape; irrigation; termite and weed control under building slabs; light fixture and operable walls adjustments. Additional work is incorporated in this change order to provide for additional bracing, beams, and wall supports; addition of vinyl concrete tile (VCT) walk off areas at exterior classroom entry doors; VCT install in science and art classrooms; additional exit signs, clock, horn and strobes and additional electrical line work required by Southern California Edison. The total effect of Change Order No. 2 decreases the construction cost in the amount of ($45,992) representing a reduction of (1.74%) of the original combined contract amount. The original combined construction contract and Change Order No. 1 was $9,056,961. The new combined construction contract amount, including Change Order No. 2, is $9,010,969. Approve Change Order No. 2 for Jose Antonio Estudillo Elementary School (San Jacinto Elementary No. 2) for a total reduction of ($45,992) in Capital Facilities Fund as follows: Category Contractor
TOTAL REDUCTION AMOUNT
($45,992)
BOARD MOTION: _____________________________________
Action item: 3/11/03, 4/22/03, 5/13/03, 6/24/03, 12/9/03, 3/9/04 BOARD REPORT


9.7
Change Order No. 2 for Clayton A. Record, Jr. Elementary School (San Jacinto
Elementary No. 3)

Change Order No. 2 provides for necessary additional work to Clayton A. Record, Jr. Elementary School (San Jacinto Elementary No. 3). Work includes revisions to fencing, water heaters, concrete expansion joints, kindergarten casework height and the domestic water line. Additional work is incorporated in this change order to provide for extension of water and sewer lines to future portable locations and addition of 12” inline drain due to site conditions. The deletion of drypack at window sill plates and the tooled joints and shiners for value engineering cost savings. The total effect of Change Order No. 2 decreases the construction cost in the amount of ($22,323) representing a reduction of (.97%) of the original combined contract amount. The original combined construction contract and Change Order No. 1 was $9,751,672. The new combined construction contract amount including Change Order No. 2 is $9,729,349. Approve Change Order No. 2 for Clayton A. Record, Jr. Elementary School (San Jacinto Elementary No. 3) for a total reduction of ($22,323) in Capital Facilities Fund as follows: Category Contractor
Category 13 – Painting/Wall Finishes Saunders and McMillan TOTAL REDUCTION AMOUNT
BOARD MOTION: _____________________________________
Action item: 3/11/03, 5/13/03, 12/9/03, 3/9/04 BOARD REPORT
Approve the Year-Round Calendar for K-5 Schools for the 2004-2005 School Year
Description: Attached is the draft year-round calendar for grades K-5 for the 2004-2005 school year. Staff is recommending approval of the year-round calendar. Fiscal Implications:
Recommended Motion:
That the Board approve the year-round calendar for grades K-5 for the 2004-2005 school year. BOARD MOTION:



Prepared by: Educational Services
BOARD REPORT
Approve Three Track Calendar for Record Elementary School for 2004-2005
Description: At its February 24, 2004, Board meeting, staff and Board discussed possible track modifications for Record Elementary School for the 2004-2005 school year. Consequently, the Board approved Record Elementary School to be placed on a modified year-round schedule with three (3) tracks beginning in August, 2004. The proposed 3-track calendar for Record Elementary School for 2004-2005 is attached for approval. Fiscal Implications:
Recommended Motion:
That the Board approve the 3-track calendar for Record Elementary School. BOARD MOTION:



Prepared by: Educational Services
BOARD REPORT
Approve the Revised Traditional Calendar for San Jacinto High School for 2003-
2004.

Description: It has been necessary to move one of the minimum days for San Jacinto High School. Staff is recommending to move the June 1st minimum day to May 26th. June 1st will be a regular day. The revised traditional calendar for San Jacinto High School for 2003-2004 is attached. Fiscal Implications:
Recommended Motion:
That the Board approve the revised traditional calendar for San Jacinto High School for 2003-2004. BOARD MOTION:



Prepared by: Educational Services
BOARD REPORT
Approve Reinstatement of Student No. 03-04-21
The Reinstatement Committee, having made their review of the Student, have determined that the student has met all the stipulations as specified in the rehabilitation plan as specified by the Board of Trustees. Fiscal Implications: Not Applicable RECOMMENDED MOTION:
That Student No. 03-04-21 be reinstated into the San Jacinto Unified School District under the terms of a Reinstatement Behavior Contract.
BOARD MOTION: __________________________________________
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Source: https://www.sanjacinto.k12.ca.us/documents/agendas/2004/030904.pdf

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