3.4 Record from Closed Session (8:52) - Board had not concluded closed session meeting at start of open session and planned on returning to closed session after open session meeting. At the time, one actionable item to report on related to labor relations grievance #20-21-CO regarding employee evaluation. Board decided to uphold decision of district with a 5-0 vote.
3.5 Student Board Member Comments (9:40) - Ms. Ordonez extended congratulations to CTE teacher Mr. Hangar on his new position at FOHI and wishes him luck competing on the TV show "Tough as Nails" starting today. Starting October 4 FUSD now partners with COVID Clinic to conducting testing at the high schools and middle schools. A COVID vaccine clinic will be hosted this Saturday October 9 at FOHI. Ms. Ordonez encourages students to apply for the Coca-Cola Scholarship, deadline is October 31. She also asks student to please be careful at Homecoming, enjoy but be careful so you can enjoy to the fullest.
3.6 Opportunity for Public Comments (12:56) - 5 comments were made in person, including recognition of Canyon Crest Student Matilda V and Fontana High School Student Miranda O by Supervisor Joe Baca Jr. office.
3.7 Reports (30:36) - Superintendent Bassett provided updates on COVID-19 current status, employee Testing, and Governor's Office Announcement. Associate Superintendent DiGiulio provided updates on Bond C projects including proposed designs for Sierra Lakes and Palmetto Elementary renovations. See Presentation Board provided input on additions they would like to see made to these plans. Feedback will be taken back for implementation.
3.8 Teaching and Learning (1:22:42) - Public hearing for Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) Plan was opened. No public comments. Hearing was closed.
4.0 Consent Calendar (1:25:22) - All Items approved 5-0.
5.1 Business Services - Bid Award: B&H Foto & Electronics Corp (1:26:00) - Award Bid No. 21/22-1594, Purchase of Intercom Equipment for Five (5) School Sites, to B&H Foto & Electronics Corp, Dexon Computer Inc., and Time & Alarm Systems, at unit prices indicated on the attached bid summary (plus sales tax), for an estimated total cost of $170,099.95. Approved 5-0.
5.2 Business Services - Bid award Amtek Construction (1:27:12) - Award Bid No. 21/22-1583R, Installation of TV Displays Districtwide (Time and Material Bid), and approve entering into a contract with Amtek Construction, at rates and unit prices indicated on the attached bid summary, for an estimated total cost of $1,000,000.00, effective through October 7, 2023. Approved 5-0.
5.3 Business Services - Bid Award - Floor Tech America (1:31:24) - Award Bid No. 20/21-1592, District-Wide Installation of District Owned Flooring Material (Unit Price Bid), and approve entering into a contract with Floor Tech America, Inc., at rates and unit prices indicated on the attached bid summary, for an estimated total cost of $1,500,000.00, effective through October 7, 2023. Approved 5-0.
5.4 Business Services Project Authorization: PBK-WLC (1:32:18) - Approve project authorization with PBK-WLC Architects, Inc. to provide architectural/engineering services for the relocation and installation of four (4) existing modular portable buildings at Wayne Ruble Middle School, in an estimated amount of $66,750.00 plus $4,000.00 for reimbursable expenses and a $7,500.00 construction cost escalation contingency, for a total estimated amount of $78,250.00. Approved 5-0.
5.5 People Services - Certificated and Classified Personnel Recommendations (1:34:45) - Approve and/or Ratify Personnel Recommendations as provided. Public comment regarding reclass of new position, requesting board to review the position also. Board requests to table the vote on the Maintenance Tech position, but approved the rest of the recommendations on this item. Approved 5-0.
5.6 Student Services - Agreement: Behavioral Emotional & Academic Mentoring, LLC (2:00:39) - Approve entering into an agreement with Behavioral Emotional & Academic Mentoring, LLC in the estimated amount of $100,000.00 to provide temporary special education staffing services, effective October 7, 2021 through June 30, 2022. Approved 5-0.
5.7 Student Services - Agreement: Key2Ed, Inc. (2:01:31) - Approve entering into an agreement with Key2Ed, Inc. to provide professional staff development trainings to certificated staff and office staff in the estimated amount of $85,200.00, effective during the 2021-22 and 2022-23 school years. Approved 5-0.
5.8 Student Services - Contract Amendments (2:02:22) - Contract Amendments: Soliant Health, Inc. Ratify Amendment Numbers 1 and 2 to the agreement with Soliant Health, Inc. to provide temporary special education staffing services in the estimated amount of $127,870.00, for a total estimated amount of $219,686.00. Approved 5-0.
5.9 Superintendent's Office - 2021-2024 LCAP Revision (2:03:50) - Adopt the 2021-24 Revised Local Control Accountability Plan. Due to a glitch in the state system, the template was not carried over and thus required resubmission and minor edits. Some required changes to shift funds in and out of supplemental concentration as requested by the county. As a result, the overall funding remained similar. Approved 5-0.
5.10 Teaching and Learning - Agreement: Regents of University of California Riverside Extension (UCR Extension) (2:09:31)- Approve entering into an agreement with The Regents of the University of California on behalf of UC Riverside Extension to provide the Bilingual Authorization Certificate Program to certificated staff in the estimated amount of $109,442.50, effective October 7, 2021 through September 30, 2022. Approved 5-0.
5.11 Teaching and Learning - Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) Plan (2:12:28) - Adopt the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) Plan as provided. Approved 5-0.
5.12 Revised Schoolwide Plan (2:32:15) - Approve the material changes to the Schoolwide Plan for Student Achievement for Almond, Canyon Crest, Cypress, Date, Juniper, Kathy Binks, Maple, Palmetto, Poplar, Randall-Pepper and South Tamarind Elementary Schools; Fontana, Harry S. Truman and Sequoia Middle Schools; Fontana A.B. Miller, Henry J. Kaiser, Jurupa Hills and Summit High Schools pursuant to Education Code 64001(g)(h). Approved 5-0.