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Board of Education Meeting - Jul 20, 2011

Meeting Date & Time: Wednesday, July 20, 2011, 5:00 PM
Where: John Milne Community Board Room, Alice and Bruce King Educational Complex, 6400 Uptown Blvd., NE, Albuquerque, NM
Minutes: Minutes
Agenda Packet: Packet
Meeting Posted On: 06/10/2011, 12:51 PM
Agenda Posted On: 07/19/2011, 4:54 PM
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Board of Education Meeting

 

AGENDA

 

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

5:00 PM

John Milne Community Board Room, Alice and Bruce King Educational Complex, 6400 Uptown NE

Albuquerque, New Mexico

 

I.

Call to Order

 

A.

Pledge of Allegiance / Moment of Silence

 

B.

Roll Call

 

C.

Adoption of the July 20, Regular Board Meeting Agenda and Approval of the June 15, Regular Board Meeting Minutes (Discussion/Action)

 

II.

Recognition of Students, Staff and Community

 

A.

Celebrating Community Partnerships

 

I.

Technology Integration Group for its support of Albuquerque Public Schools students though the APS Education Foundation

 

II.

Kenny Thomas, former Albuquerque High School, University of New Mexico and NBA basketball athlete, for partnering with the APS Education Foundation to support students

 

III.

Alex Medina, student, and Sarah Couch, volunteer, for the student-led Youth Jam program and its continued success and partnership in APS schools

 

III.

Public Forum

 

IV.

Matters of Information

 

A.

Superintendent's Report

 

B.

Board Member Comments

 

C.

President's Report

 

V.

Special Issues

 

A.

Redistricting  Briefing (Discussion)
Presenter: Kizito Wijenje, Capital Master Plan Director; Michael Sharp, Vice President-Research & Polling, Inc. and Art Melendres, Modrall Sperling

 

B.

Consideration of Approval of the 2011-2012 Albuquerque Public Schools Redistricting Plan (Discussion/Action)
Presenter: Brenda Yager, Board Services Executive Director

 

C.

Consideration of Approval of one NMHSCE Waiver (Discussion/Action)
Presenter: Christoph Brunder, Manager of Testing, Research, Deployment, and Accountability (RDA)

 

VI.

Approval of Consent Calendar Items (Discussion/Action)

 

A.

Consideration for Approval of Finance Matters (Discussion/Action)

 

I.

Approval of Budget Adjustments for Grant Management

 

a.

Kindergarten 3 Plus $2,697,670

 

b.

SIG-Ernie Pyle $1,750,000

 

c.

Title VII Indian Education $1,201,795

 

d.

Title VIII Impact Aid-Indian Education $20,371

 

II.

Approval of Cash Disbursements for May 2011

 

III.

Approval of Asbestos and Environmental Abatement on Demand Bid #11-057MM-MC

 

IV.

Approval of Boilers and Controls: Repair Services on Demand Bid #11-056GR-SL

 

V.

Approval of Electrical Services On Demand Rebid #11-061LJ-MC

 

VI.

Approval of Painting Services on Demand Bid #11-067SC-SL

 

VII.

Approval of Budget Adjustments for Grant Management

 

a.

School Improvement Grant $2,906,412

 

b.

High School Retention Block $150,000

 

c.

Job Mentor Program $147,682

 

d.

AmeriCorps $95,000

 

e.

STARBASE La Luz $95,000

 

f.

Incentives for School Improvement $83,170

 

g.

FAFSA Summer Outreach $33,282

 

h.

PICASSO $27,508

 

VIII.

Approval of Cash Disbursements for June 2011

 

IX.

Approval of Statement of Equipment Taken Out of Service April 1-30, 2011

 

X.

Approval of Statement of Equipment Taken Out of Service May 1-31, 2011

 

XI.

Approval of Statement of Equipment Taken Out of Service June 1-30, 2011

 

XII.

Approval of Moving of Portables on Demand Bid #11-068RR-SL

 

XIII.

Approval of Purchase of SchoolNet for Year 2012

 

XIV.

Approval of Temporary Reduction of Facilities Fees

 

B.

Consideration for Approval of Policy and Instruction Matters (Discussion/Action)

 

I.

Approval of NMHSCE Waiver

 

II.

Approval of the Name Change of School on Wheels' Child Development Center to Felipe Perea Child Development Center

 

III.

Approval of Revisions to Board of Education Policy G.09 Staff Development to be Renamed GA – Personnel Goals and Staff Development

 

IV.

Approval of Revisions to Board of Education Policy G.10 Personnel Evaluations to be Renamed GA1 – Personnel Evaluations

 

V.

Approval of Revisions to Board of Education Policy G.01 Equal Employment to be Renamed GB – Equal Employment with Albuquerque Public Schools

 

VI.

Approval of Revisions to Board of Education Policy G.13 Background Investigations to be Renamed GB1 – Background Investigations

 

VII.

Approval of Revisions to Board of Education Policy G.14 Employee Standards of Conduct to be renamed GB2 – Staff Standards of Conduct

 

VIII.

Revocation of Board of Education Policy G.04 Staff Conduct with Students

 

IX.

Approval of Revisions to Board of Education Policy G.02 Employee Conflict of Interest to be Renamed GB3 – Employee Conflict of Interest

 

X.

Approval of Revisions to Board of Education Policy G.18 Nepotism to be Renamed GB4 - Nepotism

 

XI.

Approval of Revisions to Board of Education Policy G.03 Drug Free Workplace to be Renamed GB5 – Drug Free Workplace

 

XII.

Approval of Revisions to Board of Education Policy G.17 Technology Acceptable Use to be Renamed GB6 – Acceptable Employee Use of Technology

 

XIII.

Approval of Revisions to Board of Education Policy G.15 Whistle Blower to be Renamed GB7 – Whistle Blower Complaints

 

XIV.

Approval of Revisions to Board of Education Policy G.06 Employee Insurance to be Renamed GB8 – Employee Insurance

 

XV.

Approval of Revisions to Board of Education Policy G.07 Annual Leave and Holidays to be Renamed GB9 – Leave and Holidays

 

XVI.

Approval of Revisions to Board of Education Policy G.19 District Personnel Reduction in Force to be Renamed GB10 – District Personnel Reduction in Force

 

XVII.

Approval of Revisions to Board of Education Policy G.11 Tutoring or Advising for Pay to be Renamed GB11 – Non-Albuquerque Public Schools Employment

 

XVIII.

Approval of Revisions to Board of Education Policy G.05 Staff Participation in Political Activities to be Renamed GB12 – Employees as Elected Officials

 

XIX.

Approval of New Board of Education Policy GC – Personnel not Participating in or Protected by a Negotiated Agreement

 

XX.

Approval of Revisions to Board of Education Policy G.08 Salary Maintenance (Save Harmless) to be Renamed GC1 – Salary Maintenance (Save Harmless)

 

XXI.

Approval of Revisions to Board of Education Policy G.07 Annual Leave and Holidays to be Renamed GC2 – Donation of Annual and/or Personal Leave

 

XXII.

Approval of New Board of Education Policy GD – Personnel Participating in or Protected by a Negotiated Agreement

 

XXIII.

Approval of Revisions to Board of Education Policy I.06 School Volunteers to be Renamed GE – School Volunteers

 

XXIV.

Approval of Revisions to Board of Education Policy G.16 APS Police and Firearms to be Renamed GF – Albuquerque Public Schools Police and Firearms

 

XXV.

Revocation of Board of Education Policy G.12 Exchange Teaching

 

VII.

Announcement of Upcoming Board Meetings

 

A.

The next Special Board meeting will be held on Friday, August 12, 2011, at 7:30 a.m. in the DeLayo-Martin Community Room.

 

B.

The next Regular Board Meeting will be Wednesday, August 10, 2011, at 5:00 p.m., in the John Milne Community Board Room.

 

VIII.

Adjournment

 

 

 

 

 

 

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