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CLOVIS UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

1450 Herndon Avenue · Clovis, California 93611-0599

GOVERNING BOARD MEETING

MINUTES A regular meeting of the Clovis Unified School District Governing Board was held on Wednesday, October 27, 2004, in the District Boardroom of the Professional Development Building located at 1680 David E. Cook Way, Clovis, California. Board President Walker called the meeting to order at 5:31 p.m. Board Members Present: Susan M. Walker, D.H.Sc., President Elizabeth J. Sandoval, Vice President Brian Heryford, Clerk Sandra A. Bengel, Member (arrived 5:50 p.m.) Richard Lake, C.P.A., Member Sydney Smith, Student Board Member (arrived 7:45 p.m.) Board Members Absent: Ginny L. Hovsepian, Member Jim Van Volkinburg, D.D.S., Member District Administrators Present: Terry Bradley, Ed.D., Superintendent Ginny Boris, Ed.D., Associate Superintendent Dan Kaiser, Ed.D., Associate Superintendent Bill McGuire, Associate Superintendent Janet Young, Ed.D., Associate Superintendent Barbara Morton, Administrative Secretary III Board President Walker asked if anyone present wished to address the Board relative to items that would be considered in Closed Session. At 5:32 p.m. the Governing Board convened to Closed Session to consider student discipline matters as authorized by Government Code Section 54962, to consider public employee discipline/dismissal/release as authorized by Government Code Section 54957; to consider personnel matters as authorized by Government Code Section 54957; to conference with labor negotiator as authorize by Government Code Section 54957.6; to conference with real property negotiators as authorized by Government Code Section 54956.8; and conference with legal counsel as authorized by Government Code Section 54956.9 (b). The public meeting reconvened at 6:40 p.m. Board Member Bengel lead in the Pledge of Allegiance. Board Member Lake gave the invocation. RECONVENE PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE INVOCATION CLOSED SESSION CALL TO ORDER ATTENDANCE

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President Walker welcomed the visitors present and explained the procedures for addressing the Board. A list of visitors is appended to these minutes. The Board reviewed the findings and recommendations of the Administrative Expulsion Hearing Panel regarding the possible expulsion of one student. MSCU (Heryford/Sandoval) to adopt the Hearing Panel findings and recommendations for one student. MSCU (Sandoval/Heryford) to approve routine Personnel Matters as presented. MSCU (Bengel/Sandoval) to approve the minutes of the October 13, 2004 Board Meeting as presented. MSCU (Heryford/Bengel) to adopt the Agenda as amended: · Revised Consent Agenda Item N-2 ­ Student Trips · Move Agenda Item M ­ Student Board Member Report before Agenda Item S ­ Board Member Reports · Revised Action Agenda Item P-7 ­ Appointment of Special Education Community Advisory Committee Voting Members · Revised Information Agenda Item Q-3 ­ Computer Lease/ Purchase Financing Agreement Samantha Blaze, Buchanan High, Kristi Boogaard, Clovis High, and Alex Hami, Clovis West High, presented to the Board an overview of Inter School Council's Leadership Camp activities at the Regional Learning Center this past August. The focus of the camp was: Be a Hero, Make a Difference, and Leave it Better. The students engaged in a variety of activities to create positive interschool relationships, planned student activities for the upcoming year, and discussed strategies to improve student involvement. President Walker thanked the students for coming to the meeting and providing the Board with the report. Dr. Walker remarked that with the competition between all the high schools, it is nice to see that we are all a "family." Mrs. Lynn Starr, parent member-Special Education Community Advisory Committee, and Carin Jackson, Special Education Home-School Parent Liaison, honored 18 Clovis Unified employees and parent volunteers who have shown dedication and compassion in their positions with helping a child with special needs. Each recipient received a plaque acknowledging them as a "2003-04 Exceptional Person" for this 4th annual event. Present Walker, on behalf of the Board, congratulated each honoree for their hard work and dedication to the students of Clovis Unified School District.

RECOGNITION OF VISITORS CLOSED SESSION MOTIONS · Student Discipline

· Personnel Matters APPROVAL OF MINUTES ADOPTION OF AGENDA

· Inter School Council Leadership Camp

SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS

· Exceptional Person Awards

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Tara Guentz, CART Director of Development, updated the Board regarding the efforts of the CART Foundation. The Foundation's goals include naming the remaining six labs, fund teacher stipends for after school tutoring, and fund a technology refresh program. The Foundation Council is soliciting $1,000 annual commitments from organizations, businesses, and individuals for the new "Circle of Promise" donor category to support the CART program. CART also received a one year renewal of the "Clean Air Now" Grant of $50,000 to continue the research and education on air quality school-wide. Steve Ward, Chief Operating Officer, presented an overview of the results of the mid-year student survey and the senior exit survey conducted at the end of the school year. Results were very positive for both surveys. It was noted that in 2004, 62% of CART seniors applied to California State University-Fresno and 100% of those applicants were accepted. Visions for the future include an AP Computer Science and AP English course, a robotics and electronics afternoon lab, to replace the current Telecommunications Lab with a Technology of Emergency Management Lab, a Technology Exchange Center (computer repair), Clean Air/Clean Water Testing Center, working with PG&E on a renewable energy project, and emulating CART labs at other sites. CART Marketing Lab students, Emily Farkas, senior at Bullard High School, and Jashan Gill, senior at Clovis East High School, explained the format for the 5th Annual CART Town Hall Meeting to be held on the CART campus on Monday, November 1 at 5:30 p.m. There were no public presentations. Walt Byrd, Assistant Superintendent-Facility Services, provided the Board with a brief update on the District's building program. According to Mr. Byrd, all major projects currently underway are expected to be completed on schedule. These projects include Harold L. Woods Elementary, which is expected to open August of 2005; Reagan Elementary and the Harlan Ranch elementary school site, both of which are scheduled to open for the 2005-06 school year; the Medical Therapy Unit, which should open next summer; and the third educational center, which should be completed in July 2007.

· CART Update

SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS (continued)

PUBLIC PRESENTATIONS

· Status Report on Capital Facility Projects

STAFF REPORTS

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A total of 6,655 students participated in the Summer School 2004 program for grades 2-12 at seven sites. Results of the Summer School Parent Survey showed 86% of the parents with students in grades 2-8 rated the overall program as excellent or good. Parents of high school students gave the overall program a rating of 91% as either excellent or good. The Accelerated Learning Academy had 246 students participating in the program during the 2004 Summer program. Parents report they are pleased to know their child is on track for entrance into college and in knowing their child is focused on academics and challenged mentally during the summer months. A written 2003-04 Strategic Plan End of the Year Report was given to the Board. The report represents the final resolution of the strategic planning key process and performance objectives for the 2003-04 school year. The Strategic Plan included 65 process objectives and 55 performance objectives. Key process objectives which were not completed are continuing into the current year and others have been consolidated and pursued through the newly adopted goals for the 2004-05 school year. CONSENT AGENDA MSCU (Sandoval/Lake) to approve the Consent Agenda as amended. Approved Purchase Orders for the period of October 6-20, 2004; and approve Warrants numbered 328869-329568 for the period of October 8-19, 2004. Approved the following conference requests as submitted. Lyn Brannan, Work Control Assistant, and Ranae Sandoval, Work Control Technician, District Office, to attend the TMA User Conference 2005 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, March 28-April 1, 2005. Funding: Plant Operations Travel/Conference Jeff Roberts and Travis Mills, both Teachers at Clovis West High School, to attend the Reno Wrestling Tournament of Champions in Reno, Nevada, December 18-22, 2004. Funding: CW Student Body #4090 Kenny Lake, Jr., Teacher, Clovis East High School, to attend the 2004 National Wrestling Coaches Clinic in Reno, Nevada, November 5-7, 2004. Funding: Student Body Athletics and Foundation Wrestling Steve Weil, Assistant Superintendent, to attend the Legal and Liability Issues in Schools Training Seminar in Las Vegas, Nevada, December 7-9, 2004. Funding: Educational Services Area Travel/Conference

· Summer School Programs/Accelerated Learning Program

STAFF REPORTS (continued)

· 2003-04 Strategic Plan ­ End of the Year Report

APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA PURCHASE ORDER & CHECK REGISTER CONFERENCE REQUESTS

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Devin Blizzard, Principal, Copper Hills Elementary School, to attend the FIRST Lego Conference in Manchester, New Hampshire, November 7-10, 2004. Funding: No Cost to the District ­ FIRST Lego is paying all expenses Approved the following student trips as submitted. Buchanan High School C.S.F. (49 students) to attend a university tour at UC Irvine in Irvine, California, November 18-19, 2004. Advisors: Karen Boone, Heidi McMichael, Laura Riley, and chaperones. Funding: Buchanan Area GATE and Buchanan ASB Account Buchanan High School Girls Tennis team (6 students) to compete in tennis playoffs in Bakersfield, California, October 29-30 and November 4-6, 2004. Advisor: Dave Lee. Funding: Buchanan Area mileage and girls tennis ASB Account Buchanan High School Softball team (14 students) to compete in a tournament in Pismo Beach, California, March 28-31, 2005. Advisors: Dean Gregory and Chris Hansen. Funding: Buchanan Area mileage and softball ASB Account Clovis High School Boys Water Polo team (14 students) to attend a tournament in San Jose, California, October 29-30, 2004. Advisor: Terry Giffen. Funding: Clovis Area Mileage and Boys Water Polo ASB Account Clovis High School Band and Colorguard (120 students) to attend field show championships in Fairfield, California, November 2021, 2004. Advisors: Mike Corrigan, Esmeralda Rocha and Administrator TBA. Funding: Clovis Area Mileage and Band ASB Account Clovis High School Boys Basketball team (21 students) to compete in a basketball tournament in San Luis Obispo, California, December 16-22, 2004. Advisor: John Jones. Funding: Clovis Area Mileage and Boys Basketball ASB Account Clovis West High School Link Crew (60 students) to attend a leadership conference for Link Crew Leaders in San Jose California, November 11-12, 2004. Advisors: Cheryl Kurtze, Bill Leavitt and Courtney Sparrow. Funding: Foundation West Link Crew account, mileage and student cash Clovis West High School Varsity Wrestling team (12 students) to attend the Reno TOC wrestling in Reno, Nevada, December 18-22, 2004. Advisors: Jeff Roberts and Travis Mills. Funding: Mileage and Student Body account #4090

CONFERENCE REQUESTS (continued) STUDENT TRIPS · Buchanan Area

· Buchanan Area

· Clovis Area

· Clovis West Area

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Clovis West High School Varsity Wrestling team (21 students) to attend the Five Counties wresting tournament in Fountain Valley, California, January 13-15, 2005. Advisors: Jeff Roberts, Travis Mills and TBA. Funding: Clovis West Student Body Wrestling account #4090, mileage and student cash Clovis West High School JV Wrestling team (21 students) to attend the CIT wrestling tournament in Morro Bay California, January 20-22, 2005. Advisors: Jeff Roberts, Travis Mills and TBA. Funding: Clovis West Student Body Wrestling account #4090, mileage and student cash Clovis West High School Varsity Wrestling team (7 students) to attend the CIF wrestling championships at Centennial Gardens Arena in Bakersfield, California, March 3-6, 2005. Advisor: Jeff Roberts. Funding: Clovis West Student Body Wrestling account #4090 Clovis West High School Girls Varsity Softball team (21 students) to attend the Righetti High School tournament in Santa Maria, California, March 28-30, 2005. Advisor: Peggy Rigby, Gary Battles and TBA. Funding: Clovis West Foundation account and mileage. Clovis West High School Varsity Wrestling team (2 students) to attend the Senior National High School wrestling championships in Cleveland, Ohio, March 30-April 4, 2005. Advisor: Jeff Roberts. Funding: Clovis West Student Body Wrestling account #4090, mileage and student cash Clovis West High School Girl's Water Polo team (40 students) to attend the Girls Water Polo tournament in Modesto, California, October 14-16, 2004. Advisors: Pat Guyett and Steve Baxter. Funding: CWHS ASB #4085, mileage and student cash (ratified) Clovis East High School Girls Tennis team (3 students) to attend the Valley Tennis Individual tournament at Stockdale High School, Bakersfield, California, November 5-6, 2004. Advisors: Omar Hemaiden and Cameron Fong. Funding: CEHS Mileage and CEHS Foundation Tennis Account Clovis East High School Swim/Dive team (40 students) to attend the Mission Viejo Invitational at the Mission Viejo Aquatics Complex in Mission Viejo, California, April 7-9, 2005. Advisors: Joe Panella and Derrick Davis. Funding: CEHS Mileage and CEHS Foundation Aquatics Account Clovis East High School Future Business Leaders of America (4 students) to attend Future Business Leaders of America Leadership Development in Sacramento, California, November 19-21, 2004. Advisor: Kristen Turner. Funding: CEHS FBLA Foundation Account

STUDENT TRIPS (continued) · Clovis West Area

· Reagan Area

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Approved the following fund raisers: Buchanan High Pep and Cheer to sell home décor and gift items November 1-30, 2004 Advisor: Jamie Campbell Vendor: Any Things Alta Sierra Pep and Cheer to sell car was tickets November 1-11, 2004 Advisor: Michelle Bay Vendor: Red Carpet Car Wash Cole Elementary Student Body to hold Jog-A-Thon April 1-15, 2005 Advisor: Barry Jager Vendor: N/A Clovis High School Student Body to sell license plate frames October 30, 2004-June 7, 2005 Advisor: Wendy Karsevar Vendor: Mid-West Enterprise Clovis High School Activities to collect donations for the Make-AWish Foundation October 30-November 12, 2004 Advisor: Wendy Karsevar Vendor: N/A Clark Intermediate School wrestling team to hold "Takedown-AThon" November 1-19, 2004 Advisor: Chad Snapp Vendor: N/A Clovis High School Jr. LARCs to sell candles November 22-December 1, 2004 Advisor: Beth Norman Vendor: Home Fragrance Candles Sierra Vista Elementary Student Council to sell school supplies (key chains, pencil pouches, etc.) November 2004-May 2005 Advisors: Becky Dritz and Nancee Fieguth Vendors: Student Supply, U.S. School Supply, and Classroom Supply Mart Weldon Elementary Student Body to hold Jog-A-Thon November 2, 2004 Advisor: Ray Lozano Vendor: N/A

FUND RAISERS · Buchanan Area

· Clovis Area

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Maple Creek Elementary 4th grade class to collect donations of spare change for the Children's Neurobastoma Foundation October 28-November 26, 2004 Advisor: Kathie Lange Vendor: N/A Kastner Intermediate Girl's Basketball team to hold a Girl's Only Shooting Clinic October 30, 2004 Advisor: Nate Rawe Vendor: N/A Kastner Intermediate Golf team to sell snack bar items after school at athletic events November 1, 2004 -May 15, 2005 Advisor: Steven Rocheford Vendors: Costco and Smart and Final Kastner Intermediate Girl's Basketball team to get pledges for Free-Throw-a-Thon November 6, 2004 Advisor: Nate Rawe Vendor: N/A Clovis West High School Aguilas De Oro to sell tamales November 1-30, 2004 Advisor: Julio Bustos Vendor: L A Mejor Delicatessen Clovis West High School Theatre West-Play Productions to sell program ads November 1, 2004-May 1, 2005 Advisor: Elizabeth Fiester Vendor: N/A Clovis West High School Theatre West to sell muffins November 1, 2004-June 1, 2005 Advisor: Elizabeth Fiester Vendor: Costco Clovis West High School Aguilas De Oro to hold a car wash February 26, 2005 Advisor: Julio Bustos Vendor: N/A Fort Washington Student Council to sell "Turkey Grams" November 1-10, 2004 Advisors: Karen Gonzalez and Diane Schulz Vendor: Costco

FUND RAISERS (continued) · Clovis West Area

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Clovis East High School Pep and Cheer Booster Club to hold a Chicken Dinner. Students will pre-sell tickets. February 3, 2005 Advisor: Trina Hooke Vendor: N/A Clovis East High School Asian Club to sell candles and accessories December 1-10, 2004 Advisor: Vong Moua Vendor: Home and Garden Party Clovis East High School Photo Club to sell See's candy through a catalog October 31-December 15, 2004 Advisor: Kristi Bolin-Jackly Vendor: See's Candy Tarpey Elementary Fourth Grade and GATE Student Body to sell various items January 24-February 16, 2005 Advisor: Pam Daw Vendor: Fundraiser Solutions Tarpey Elementary Fourth Grade and GATE Student Body to sell candy November 8-December 3, 2004 Advisor: Pam Daw Vendor: Fundraiser Solutions Approved the following Voluntary Community Recreation Programs as submitted. Reyburn Co-Ed 7th and 8th Grades Basketball Camp; Reyburn Intermediate School Basketball Courts; October 12-November 4, 2004; 3:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.; Grades 7-8; $5.00 Alta Sierra Soccer Camp; Alta Sierra Intermediate School; November 1-5, 2004; 5:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.; Grades K-8; $40.00 CHS All-Star Boys Basketball Game; Clovis High School Gyms; January 22, 2005; Times TBA; Grades K-6; $0 CHS Boys Elementary Basketball Tournament; Clovis High School Gyms; January 15, 2005; Times TBA; Grades 5-6; $0 Clovis High School Fighting Cougars CYBL; Clovis High School Gyms; January 15-February 26, 2005; Times TBA; Grades K-6; $60.00 Golden Eagle Football Team Camp; Clovis West High School Football Field; June 13-18, 2005; 8:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. & 6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.; Grades 3-8; $75.00 2004-June 2005; 4:30 p.m.8:00 p.m.; Adult; $140-$160 per team

FUND RAISERS (continued) · Reagan Area

VOLUNTARY COMMUNITY RECREATION PROGRAMS

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Approved Change Order No. 1 for Bid No. 1828 (Re-Roofing) at Gateway High School in the amount of $13,000.00, increasing the total contract price to $144,000.00. Adopted the Notice of Completion for Bid No. 1820, HVAC Replacement at Clovis High School effective October 27, 2004. Authorized the Superintendent or his designee to declare certain equipment, as shown on attached list, as surplus and authorize the Superintendent or his designee to conduct an electronic sale of said surplus equipment through E-Bay internet services. Approved funding the projected 2004-05 retiree health and welfare benefit costs on an incurred "pay-as-you-go" basis with the understanding sufficient funds to cover annual costs have been included in the adopted general fund budget. Authorized the District Superintendent or his designee to enter into an agreement with Interschola, Inc. to facilitate the sale of surplus property. Authorized the District Superintendent or his designee to enter into an addendum agreement with Academia Publishing to prepare School Accountability Report Cards for 39 school sites for the 2003-04 reporting period. ACTION MSCU (Lake/Heryford) to approve the Family Living Education materials listed below for use in the 9th grade health classes as recommended by CUSD Health teachers and approved by the CUSD Family Life Advisory Committee. MSCU (Bengel/Sandoval) to authorize the District Superintendent or his designee to enter into an agreement with Maria C. Foseid, Educational Consultant with Peak Results, Inc. for an amount of $5,500 plus expenses. MSCU (Heryford/Sandoval) to authorize the District Superintendent or his designee to enter into an agreement with Stacey Gutilla, Independent Educational Consultant. MSCU (Sandoval/Heryford) to adopt Resolution No. 2759 signifying the District's intention to dedicate certain portions of the area located west of Clark Intermediate School to the City of Clovis and also Schedule a Public Hearing for this matter for 6:45 p.m. on Wednesday, November 17, 2004, at 1680 David E. Cook Way, Clovis. A roll call vote was taken as follows: AYES: NOES: ABSENT: ABSTAIN: Bengel, Heryford, Lake, Sandoval, Walker None Hovsepian, Van Volkinburg None

CHANGE ORDER

NOTICE OF COMPLETION SALE OF SURPLUS PROPERTY ­ PUBLIC AUCTION AB3141 HEALTH BENEFITS ACTURIAL DISCLOSURE AGRMNT. ­ INTERSCHOLA, INC.-SALE OF PROP. ADDENDUM TO AGRMNT. ­ ACADEMIA PUB.

FAMILY LIVING EDUCATION MATERIALS AGRMNT. ­ PEAK RESULTS, INC. ­ EDUC. CONSULTANT AGRMNT. ­ STACEY GUTILLA, CONSULTANT INTENTION TO DEDICATE EASEMENT & SCHEDULE A PUBLIC HEARING · Resolution No. 2759

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MSCU (Heryford/Lake) to adopt Resolution No. 2762 authorizing the Administration to proceed with completion of the necessary documents and sale of the 2004 Certificates of Participation for the purposes as outlined below, and to authorize the District Superintendent or his designee to enter into an agreement with Jones Hall to serve as the bond counsel on this issue. MSCU (Heryford/Bengel) to approve changes to the Community Advisory By-Laws made by the Community Advisory Executive Committee and approved by voting members of the Community Advisory Committee (CAC). MSCU (Bengel/Heryford) to approve the appointment of the Clovis Unified Special Education Community Advisory Committee as submitted in compliance with approved Clovis Unified School District Special Education Community Advisory Committee By-Laws. MSCU (Heryford/Lake) to adopt Resolution No. 2764 declaring the intent, upon transfer of the Regional Learning Center from the U.S. Forest Service to Clovis Unified School District, to dedicate an easement to the County of Tuolumne. MSCU (Sandoval/Heryford) to adopt Resolution No. 2765 denying the Claim for Damages submitted to the District by Theresa Barnard on behalf of her son Kevin Barnard, a minor, dated September 17, 2004 and authorize the District Superintendent or his designee to notify the Claimant of said rejection. MSCU (Sandoval/Heryford) to adopt Resolution Nos. 2766 and 2767, ratifying the Sale of Real Property to Wilson Development and adopting an exemption from the provisions of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) on said sale. INFORMATION Accept the District's First Interim Financial Report and adopt a positive certification indicating the District will be able to meet its financial obligation for the remainder of the 2004-05 school year as required by AB 1200. Authorize the District Superintendent or his designee to enter into a contract with Terri Prichard, CSP, CET, CPSI, for a Science Safety, Science Inventory and Chemical Removal Project as submitted. Authorize Superintendent or his designee to enter into an agreement with Municipal Asset Management to finance the 200405 computer refresh purchases at a rate of 2.78%.

AUTH. TO ISSUE 2004 COPs · Resolution No. 2762

SP. ED. COMMUNITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE BYLAWS APPT. OF SP. ED. CAC VOTING MEMBERS

INTENTION TO DED. EASEMENT · Resolution No. 2764 CLAIM FOR DAMAGES · Resolution No. 2765

RATIFY SALE OF REAL PROP. TO WILSON DEVELOP. · Resolution Nos. 2766 &

2767

1ST. QTR. FINANCIAL RPT. & STATE J-251 1ST INTERIM RPT. CONTRACT WITH TERRI PRICHARD ­ CHEMICAL REMOVAL PROJECT AGRMT. WITH MUNICIPAL ASSET MGMNT. ­ COMP. REFRESH PROGRAM

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Adopt Resolution No. 2760 authorizing the dedication of an easement to the City of Clovis throughout certain portions of the Clark Intermediate School for the purpose set forth in said resolution and authorize the District Superintendent or his designee to execute said easement in the name of the District. ROLL CALL VOTE AND APPROVAL BY AT LEAST TWO-THIRDS MAJORITY. Adopt Resolution No. 2763 establishing Wednesday, December 15, 2004 as the date of the annual organizational meeting for the 2004-05 school year. Adopt Resolution No. 2761 authorizing the issuance and sale of 2004 General Obligation Bonds of the District in the amount not to exceed $145 million. Mr. McGuire notified the Board that based on information from the District's bond counsel, the amount of the General Obligation Bonds to be sold has been revised and will not exceed $120 million. This will be reflected on the agenda item for the November 17, 2004 Board meeting. BOARD SUBCOMMITTEE REPORTS Curriculum & Instruction (Bengel, Lake, Van Volkinburg) · Clovis West High hosted the Board subcommittee meeting and demonstrated their Read 180 Program, an intervention reading program offered within the school day Facilities (Heryford, Hovsepian, Sandoval) · Most of what was discussed at the subcommittee meeting has been presented tonight through the Capital Facilities Update rd · Mr. Doug Reitz, from Harris Construction, discussed the 3 Educational Center plans Human Resources (Sandoval, Van Volkinburg, Walker) · Discussed the Strategic Plan for Communication · Reviewed Board policies that are currently being revised by Human Resources · Discussed the CUBS Senate Focus Group meetings that are being held the next couple of weeks Budget & Finance (Bengel, Hovsepian, Lake) · Many of the items discussed at the meeting were on the agenda tonight · Discussed the value engineering numbers regarding the construction of the 3rd Educational Center and the salvage agreement with Interschola to sell salvage items on E-Bay · Discussed the issuance of the 2004 Certificates of Participation and how the money will be used

DEDICATION OF EASEMENT ­ CLARK INTERMEDIATE · Resolution No. 2760

ANNUAL ORGAN. MEETING ­ 2004-05 · Resolution No. 2763 ISSUANCE & SALE OF 2004 GOBs · Resolution No. 2761

· Curriculum &

Instruction

· Facilities

· Human Resources

· Budget & Finance

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Sydney Smith, Student Board Member, gave the following report: Buchanan High School · Buchanan Area Fall Arts Festival "Paradigm" was held on October 25. Ethnic food and dancing, student and teacher artwork, and live performing arts were all featured. · Red Ribbon Week began on October 25 with rallies to help promote drug and alcohol awareness · The Buchanan Leadership students will be hosting a Halloween party at the Craycroft Youth Center on October 30 Clovis West High School · Clovis West will be having a food fair this Friday, October 29, with clubs selling food · Clovis West students are also in the middle of raising money for Make-A-Wish. They have currently reached one-third of their goal after only one week. · This Friday, October 29, there will be a "Run Around Rally" to show support of the fall sports programs Clovis High School nd · The 2 Annual Latino Forum "Student Success Conference" was held on October 26 · A Halloween party for the Marjaree Mason Center was also held on October 26 · The Diversity Council will meet on Thursday, October 27 Clovis East High School · Red Ribbon Week, October 25-29, activities are happening all week with special guest speaker, Debi Austin, speaking to the student body on Wednesday, October 27 · The CEHS Marching Band will be competing at the Folsom Marching Competition on Saturday, October 30 · The Ag Team is at the FFA National Championships in Louisville, Kentucky, October 15-October 30 Gateway High School nd · The Red Ribbon Rally kicked off on October 22 with many guest speakers, Fun Works, and a barbeque for the students. Students learned about being drug free in addition to having fun. · On October 29, the Cal Safe Kids will be trick or treating at the different classrooms on campus providing them with a safe place to trick or treat · Students will be attending Camp Challenge on Wednesday, November 3 for the day

STUDENT BOARD MEMBER REPORT

· Buchanan High School

· Clovis West High School

· Clovis High School

· Clovis East High School

· Gateway High School

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BOARD MEMBER REPORTS Lake · Attended the All Clovis FCA Breakfast and excited to see the large crowd. Harriet Huggins did a wonderful job of coordinating the event. · Enjoyed attending school and District events held the last few weeks. It has also been fun attending the football games. Sandoval

· Attended the Fresno County Trustees Association Dinner at

· Lake

· Sandoval

Sierra High School with Janet Young. We had a nice dinner and the speaker was excellent. · Attended the Elementary Choral Festival at the MET and the DARE competition at Clovis High School. Was very sorry to miss the Weldon Elementary parade and rally, but was at the pumpkin patch with my grandson. · Enjoyed the Harold Woods Elementary groundbreaking event this afternoon. Very nice event. Heryford · Thoroughly enjoyed the Harold Woods groundbreaking Bengel · Thank you, Walt, for the informative facilities report Walker · Enjoyed the groundbreaking for Harold Woods Elementary held today and had a fun time at Freedom Elementary reading to a 2nd grade class for their Literacy Parade program · Enjoyed the Board Appreciation Dinner prior to the Clovis vs. Clovis East football game · Announced the Timberwolves' Girls Tennis team defeated Liberty High and will be taking on Stockdale High on Saturday Dr. Bradley called to the Board's attention the outstanding CART Historical Student Survey report that was included in CART's earlier presentation to the Board. He noted that 20 of the 21 questions on the survey received at least 80% or above with the response of "Agree" or "Strongly Agree." Dr. Bradley also announced two programs will be honored with the Golden Bell Award at the California School Boards Association's Annual Conference in December. CART is being recognized for its sustainable, innovative, and exemplary program and for its educators who have invested extra energy and time to increase student achievement and the Instructional Services area will be honored in the District wide Accountability/Assessment category for informing instruction for student success with the I2S2 Math Benchmark Testing System for grades 1-6. · Heryford · Bengel · Walker

SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT

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Dr. Bradley read several positive comments Buchanan High School received during the exit interview for their WASC Accreditation review. "They loved us" and "We blew them away" were a couple of the comments received. The Buchanan administration felt very confident they would receive the maximum six-year accreditation. The meeting was adjourned at 8:04 p.m. Respectfully Submitted,

SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT (continued)

ADJOURNMENT

Brian D. Heryford, Clerk

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Terry Bradley, Ed.D., Superintendent

Personnel Matters ­ October 27, 2004 Page 16

a.

RESIGNATIONS (information only)

Classified Ables, Shannon, Instr. Asst. II-Special Ed., Reyburn, eff. 10-6-04 Assadourian, Hranoush, Campus Club Instructor, Copper Hills, eff. 10-1-04 Birrell, Marci, Instr. Asst. II-Bilingual, Mt. View, eff. 6-3-04 Christensen, Kathleen, Instr. Asst. I, Lincoln, eff. 9-29-04 Durham, Sharon, Instr. Asst. II-Special Ed. Sub., District wide, eff. 6-10-04 Estrada, Abigail, Campus Club Aide II, Cox, eff. 10-5-04 Lapomardo, Anthony, Campus Club Aide II, Dry Creek, eff. 10-8-04 Mendoza, Mayra, Campus Club Aide I, Garfield, eff. 9-28-04 Packard, Candace, Instr. Asst. II-Special Ed., Reyburn, eff. 10-22-04 Pittman, Shannon, Instr. Asst. II-Special Ed., Maple Creek, eff. 10-21-04 Smith, Laura, Food Service Supervisor I, RLC, eff. 10-8-04 Vabois, Colette, Instr. Asst. II-Special Ed., Alta Sierra, eff. 9-9-04 Villareal, Alicia, Instr. Asst. II-Bilingual, Kastner, eff. 9-24-04 Williams, Bryan, Marching Band Technician, Clovis High, eff. 10-12-04 Certificated Awalt, Gilford, Teacher, Clark, eff. 6-10-05 Duyette, Rebecca, Preschool Teacher/Director, Cox, eff. 10-8-04 Herrera, Cheryl, Preschool Assoc. Teacher, Miramonte, eff. 10-15-04 b. TERMINATIONS

Classified Certificated c. LEAVES OF ABSENCE

Classified Henderson, Debra, Preschool Aide/Campus Monitor, Miramonte, requests LOA eff. 10-4-04 to 11-4-04 Marquez, Mary, Instr. Asst. II-Bilingual, Maple Creek, request 20% intermittent LOA, eff. 10-4-04 to 6-10-05 Meyer, Franki, Cook/Baker I, Sierra Vista, requests LOA, eff. 10-4-04 to 1-5-05 Miller, Kenneth, Custodian I, Red Bank, requests LOA, eff. 9-13-04 to 1-2-05 Sappie, Tim, School Bus Driver II, requests LOA, eff. 10-5-04 to 10-26-04 Subia, Norma, School Secretary I, Clovis East, requests LOA eff. 9-30-04 to 10-16-04 Swahn, Suzanne, Health Services Asst., Cole, requests LOA, eff. 9-27-04 to 4-1-05 Certificated Briseno, Dora, Teacher, Tarpey, requests LOA, eff. 10-18-04 to 1-3-05 Flores-Ormond, Marina, Teacher, Buchanan, requests LOA, eff. 11-15-04 to 1-4-05 Guerra, Iri, Teacher, Mt. View, requests LOA, eff. 10-18-04 to 10-22-04 Jackson, Alstelma, Teacher, Reyburn, requests LOA, eff. 10-25-04 to 11-15-04 Sodersten, Janine, Teacher, Buchanan, requests revised LOA, eff. 11-19-04 to 1-14-05

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PERMANENCIES

Classified Certificated e. OFFERS OF EMPLOYMENT

Classified Anderson, Karen, Instr. Asst. II-Bilingual, Clovis Adult Ed., eff. 10-18-04 Arambula, Edward, Casual Labor, $6.75 hr./timesheet, Campus Catering, eff. 9-1-04 Benjamin, Garrett, Rec. Aide II, CAGD, eff. 9-1-04 Bennett, Andrea, Casual Labor, $6.75 hr./timesheet, Campus Catering, eff. 9-1-04 Besmer, Erin, Campus Club Aide II, Mt. View, 2.88 hrs./day, eff. 10-18-04 Bork, Christine, Instr. Asst. II-Special Ed. Sub., District wide, eff. 9-17-04 Breckenridge, Keith, Casual Labor, $6.75 hr./timesheet, Campus Catering, eff. 10-1-04 Brown, Rick, Campus Monitor Sub., Cole, eff. 8-27-04 Bukilica, Stacey, Instr. Asst. II-Special Ed., Clovis West, 2.5 hrs./day, eff. 9-22-04 Camacho, Bianca, Casual Labor, $6.75 hr./timesheet, Campus Catering, eff. 9-1-04 Camacho, Pablo, Casual Labor, $6.75 hr./timesheet, Campus Catering, eff. 9-1-04 Cerda, Ryan, Casual Labor, $6.75 hr./timesheet, Campus Catering, eff. 9-1-04 Church, Cara, Campus Club Aide II, Maple Creek, 2.88 hrs./day, eff. 10-11-04 Colfer, Christopher, Casual Labor, $6.75 hr./timesheet, Campus Catering, eff. 9-1-04 Contreras, Anika, Casual Labor, $6.75 hr./timesheet, Campus Catering, eff. 9-1-04 Cottrell, Jessica, Casual Labor, $6.75 hr./timesheet, Campus Catering, eff. 9-1-04 Dodson, Jessica, Campus Club Instructor, Cole, 2.60 hrs./day, eff. 9-27-04 Edwards, Ashley, Casual Labor, $6.75 hr./timesheet, Campus Catering, eff. 9-1-04 Esteves, Lisa, Campus Club Aide II, Mt. View, 1.84 hrs./day, eff. 10-18-04 Feathers, Mark, Casual Labor, $6.75 hr./timesheet, Campus Catering, eff. 9-1-04 Ford, Margaret, Instr. Asst. II-Special Ed., Kastner, 4.65 hrs./day, eff. 10-4-04 Gallardo, Alberto, Campus Club Aide II, Riverview, 2.63 hrs./day, eff. 10-4-04 Gerlitz, Michelle, Campus Club Aide I, Mt. View, 4.08 hrs./day, eff. 10-12-04 Gonzalez, Kathy, Casual Labor, $6.75 hr./timesheet, Campus Catering, eff. 9-1-04 Gooden, Tasha, Campus Club Instructor, Nelson, 2.75 hrs./day, eff. 10-11-04 Gray, Shane, Casual Labor, $6.75 hr./timesheet, Campus Catering, eff. 9-1-04 Griffing, Joseph, Casual Labor, $6.75 hr./timesheet, Campus Catering, eff. 9-1-04 Guerrero, Abel, Casual Labor, $6.75 hr./timesheet, Clovis High, Special Ed. funds, eff. 9-1-04 Hampton, Nathan, Casual Labor, $6.75 hr./timesheet, Clovis High, Special Ed. funds, eff. 9-1-04 Harrell, Jacquelyn, Instr. Asst. II-Special Ed., Mt. View, 2.5 hrs./day, eff. 10-1-04 Haynes, Melissa, Campus Club Instructor, Tarpey, 1.7 hrs./day, eff. 10-13-04 Helus, Karac, Casual Labor, $6.75 hr./timesheet, Campus Catering, eff. 10-1-04 Her, Fong, Casual Labor, $6.75 hr./timesheet, Campus Catering, eff. 9-1-04 Houseworth, Brandon, Casual Labor, $6.75 hr./timesheet, Campus Catering, eff. 9-1-04 Jackson, Maridyth, Instr. Asst. II-Special Ed. Sub., District wide, eff. 10-1-04 Johnson, Paige, Recreation Trainer I, Clark, eff. 8-10-04 Johnson, Tamara, Rec. Trainer I, $15.07 hr./timesheet, Buchanan softball, Co-Curricular funds, eff. 9-15-04 Joy, Jason, Casual Labor, $6.75 hr./timesheet, Excel, Special Ed. funds, eff. 9-1-04

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Classified Kawana, Donna, Campus Monitor I, Ft. Washington, 1 hr./day, eff. 9-27-04 Kedzior, Mary, Instr. Asst. II-Special Ed. Sub., District wide, eff. 9-29-04 Khav, Kim, Instr. Asst. II-Bilingual, Cox, 0.6 hrs./day, eff. 10-11-04 Kitchen, Joseph, Camp Director, Buchanan Softball, $20.00 hr./timesheet, Co-Curricular funds, eff. 9-15-04 Lane, Sarah, Campus Club Aide II, Jefferson, $3.05 hrs./day, eff.10-11-04 Lipuma, Kryshe, Casual Labor, $6.75 hr./timesheet, Campus Catering, eff. 9-1-04 Loyd, Glinda, Campus Monitor I, Century, 2.0 hrs./day, eff. 10-6-04 Mahaffey, Trevor, Casusal Labor, $6.75 hr./timesheet, Campus Catering, eff. 9-1-04 Maloney, Erin, Instr. Asst. II-Special Ed., Liberty, 1.5 hrs./day, eff. 9-29-04 Mares, Luis, Campus Club Aide II, Miramonte, 4.9 hrs./day, eff. 9-28-04 Marshall, Jamal, Casual Labor, $6.75 hr./timesheet, Campus Catering, eff. 9-1-04 Martin, Gary, Casual Labor, $6.75 hr./timesheet, Campus Catering, eff. 10-1-04 Martinez, Pedro, Campus Club Aide I, Weldon, 3.38 hrs./day, eff. 10-15-04 McKendrick, Michele, Campus Monitor I, Liberty, 1 hr./day, eff. 9-27-04 Mitchell, Erin, Campus Club Aide II, Dry Creek, 2.42 hrs./day, eff. 10-18-04 Moua, Xiong Houa, Casual Labor, $6.75 hr./timesheet, Campus Catering, eff. 9-1-04 Mueller, Christopher, Casual Labor, $6.75 hr./timesheet, Campus Catering, eff. 9-1-04 Neely, Natalie, Campus Club Aide I, Garfield, 2.58 hrs./day, eff. 10-4-04 Neumann, Jason, Casual Labor, $6.75 hr./timesheet, Campus Catering, eff. 9-1-04 Nguyen, Cam-Nhung, Casual Labor, $6.75 hr./timesheet, Campus Catering, eff. 9-1-04 Ott, Steven, Instr. Asst. II-Special Ed., Buchanan, 5 hrs./day, eff. 10-7-04 Palmberg, Jennifer, Senior Rec. Aide I, Aquatics, eff. 9-15-04 Palmberg, Lindsay, Senior Rec. Aide I, Aquatics, eff. 9-15-04 Parker, Karen, Instr. Asst. II-Special Ed., Alta Sierra, 4 hrs./day, eff. 10-4-04 Peat, Callie, Campus Club Instructor, T-K, 3.22 hrs./day, eff. 9-27-04 Petzinger, Richard, Senior Rec. Aide I, Aquatics, eff. 9-1-04 Reichle, Robyn, Preschool Aide, Cox, eff. 10-11-04 Richmond, Jennifer, Instr. Asst. II-Special Ed. Sub., District wide, eff. 9-24-04 Root, Ronson, Campus Club Aide II, Valley Oak, 2.33 hrs./day, eff. 10-12-04 Schulz, Drew, Instr. Asst. II-Special Ed., Clovis West, 5.8 hrs./day, eff. 10-4-04 (39 mo. rehire) Simpson, Kristin, Campus Club Aide II, Fancher Creek, 1.73 hrs./day, eff. 10-12-04 Singh, Gurvinder, Casual Labor, $6.75 hr./timesheet, CART, eff. 10-5-04 Smith, Spencer, Campus Club Aide II, Nelson, 2.9 hrs./day, eff. 10-11-04 Sonneman, Breanne, Campus Club Aide I, Riverview, 2.16 hrs./day, eff. 9-21-04 Sutton, Zachery, Casual Labor, $6.75 hr./timesheet, Buchanan, Special Ed. funds, eff. 10-1-04 Thao, Sheng, Instr. Asst. II-Bilingual, Clovis Elementary, 2.6 hrs./day, eff. 10-18-04 Tillman, Brett, Casual Labor, $6.75 hr./timesheet, Campus Catering, eff. 9-1-04 Vang, Boa, Casual Labor, $6.75 hr./timesheet, Campus Catering, eff. 9-1-04 Vang, Chee, Casual Labor, $6.75 hr./timesheet, Campus Catering, eff. 9-1-04 Vang, Ker, Instr. Asst. II-Bilingual, Gateway, 2 hrs./day, eff. 9-27-04 Vega, Alice, Casual Labor, $6.75 hr./timesheet, Campus Catering, eff. 9-1-04 Vera, Raquel, Student Act. Specialist II, Clovis West, 8 hrs./day, eff. 10-4-04 Vo, Linda, Casual Labor, $6.75 hr./timesheet, CART, eff. 10-4-04 Vue, Mai See, Campus Club Aide II, Century, 2.73 hrs./day, eff. 10-5-04

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OFFERS OF EMPLOYMENT (continued)

Classified Vue, Mai, Casual Labor, $6.75 hr./timesheet, Campus Catering, eff. 9-1-04 Washington, Shaniece, Campus Club Aide I, Mt. View, 2.0 hrs./day, eff. 9-30-04 Weis, Kristen, (rehire) Campus Club Instructor, Mt. View, 2.0 hrs./day, eff. 9-20-04 Williams, Cristal, Casual Labor, $6.75 hr./timesheet, CART, eff. 10-14-04 Xiong, Kang, Casual Labor, $6.75 hr./timesheet, Campus Catering, eff. 9-1-04 Yang, Mai, Casual Labor, $6.75 hr./timesheet, Campus Catering, eff. 9-1-04 Ybarra, Jasmine, Casual Labor, $6.75 hr./timesheet, Clovis High, Special Ed. funds, eff. 9-1-04 Certificated Carter, Darren, Teacher, Reyburn, Temporary contract, eff. 10-5-04 to 1-25-05 Chavez, Pedro, Teacher, Clovis East, Probationary contract 1st semester, eff. 10-1-04 Schwartz, Daniel, Teacher, Clovis East, Probationary contract 1st semester, eff. 9-20-04 Stern, Cindi, Vocational/Business Teacher, Clovis Adult Ed., eff. 10-25-04 Xiong, Nhia, Teacher, 50% Clovis East, 50% Reyburn, Probationary contract 1st semester, eff. 10-15-04 f. SPONSORED INTO CVSS JPA

Classified g. RECOMMENDATION FOR NEW POSITION

Classified Certificated h. RECOMMENDATION FOR ADDITIONAL STAFF

Classified Certificated i. RECOMMENDATION FOR CHANGE OF STATUS/REASSIGNMENT

Classified Agrava, Dede, Tech. Support Specialist III, Technology, 8 hrs./day, to Clerical Specialist-Receptionist, Business Services, 5 hrs./day, eff. 9-27-04 Behlen, David, Vehicle Service Worker to Vehicle Mechanic I, Transportation, eff. 10-11-04 Benoit-Krause, Monique, School Bus Driver II, Transportation, 3.5 hrs./day to 4.0 hrs./day, eff. 8-23-04 Blackwell, Tamara, Health Services Asst. I, 2.0 hrs./day/Instr. Asst. I, 4.0 hrs./day, to Library Tech. I, 8.0 hrs./day, eff. 10-4-04 Brannan, Lynn, Clerical Specialist, Maintenance, 8 hrs./day, to Work Control Asst., Maintenance, 8 hrs./day, eff. 10-1-04

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Classified Bucklew, Doris, Food Service Asst., 3 hrs./day to Food Service Asst. Sr., 6 hrs./day, Clovis East, eff. 10-18-04 Cabrera, Veronica, Instr. Asst. II-Special Ed., Alta Sierra, 2.10 hrs./day, to 3.5 hrs./day, eff. 10-1-04 Campbell, Laura, Campus Monitor I, Sierra Vista, 1.5 hrs./day, to Freedom, eff. 9-20-04 Dowell, Joanna, Campus Club Program Supervisor to Campus Club Lead Instructor II, 3.9 hrs./day, eff. 10-1-04 Eurich, Leah, Campus Club Instructor, Red Bank, 4.25 hrs./day to 4.05 hrs./day, eff. 9-23-04 Gambrell, Nichole, Instr. Asst. I-34+1, Ft. Washington, 3.5 hrs./day, to 5.834 hrs./day, eff. 9-23-04 Garrett, Lindsey, Program Tech., ROP, 50% Voc. Ed. Secondary/50% ROP Support funds, to 83% ROP Support/17% Voc. Ed. Secondary Instr. Related funds, eff. 8-1-04 Gudino, Connie, Campus Club Aide II, Cox, 2.0 hrs./day to 3.66 hrs./day, eff. 10-12-04 Guzman, Arlene, Campus Club Aide II, Gettysburg, 3.1 hrs./day to 2.85 hrs./day, eff. 10-6-04 Guzman, Hector, from Technical Support Specialist II, District Office, to Technicial Support Specialist III, Clovis Adult Ed., eff. 11-1-04 Johannes, Estrelle, Campus Club Instructor, Dry Creek, 3.55 hrs./day to 3.60 hrs./day, eff. 10-6-04 Kent, Janet, Clerical Specialist Sr., Weldon, 100% Title 1 funds, to 50% Title 1/50%SBCP funds, eff. 8-23-04 Lewis, Kimberly, Campus Club Instructor, Jefferson, 3.05 hrs./day to 3.95 hrs./day, eff. 10-6-04 Lopez, Alma, Food Service Asst., 3 hrs./day/Delivery Driver, 3 hrs./day to Delivery Driver, 6 hrs./day, Reyburn, eff. 10-18-04 Lopez, Jeannie, Campus Club Instructor, Liberty, 3.55 hrs./day to 1.13 hrs./day, eff. 10-6-04 Ly, Janie, Campus Club Aide II to Campus Club Instructor, Copper Hills, 3.98 hrs./day, eff. 10-4-04 Mares, Louie, Campus Club Aide II, Red Bank, 4.9 hrs./day to 2.0 hrs./day, eff. 10-6-04 McMullen, Brooke, Instr. Asst. II-Special Ed., Fancher Creek, 1.9 hrs./day, to 0.9 hrs/day, eff. 10-5-04 Moore, Duva, Student Body Acct. Clerk, Clovis High, 8 hrs./day, to District ASB Clerk, Business Services, 8.0 hrs./day, eff. 10-25-04 Mortenson, Leanna, Campus Club Aide, Gettysburg, 3.92 hrs./day to 3.75 hrs./day, eff. 10-6-04 Moua, Nou, Instr. Asst. II-Bilingual, Kastner, 50% SBCP/50% Title III funds, to 71.83% SBCP/28.17% Title III funds, eff. 10-4-04 Olsen, Lori, Campus Club Aide II, Cedarwood, 3.37 hrs./day to 3.97 hrs./day, eff. 10-11-04 Osterberg, Jamie, Campus Club Instructor, Maple Creek, 2.0 hrs./day to 1.6 hrs./day, eff. 10-15-04 Panico, Sandi, Preschool Aide Sub, District Wide, to Preschool Aide, Dry Creek, eff. 10-4-04 Podasky, Abe, Instr. Asst. II-Special Ed., Clovis West, 3.5 hrs./day, to 4.8 hrs./day, eff. 9-24-04 Puckett, Melissa, Instr. Asst. II-Special Ed., Mt. View, 3.5 hrs./day, to 2.0 hrs./day, RSP funds, eff. 10-4-04 Ross, Laura, Instr, Asst. II-Special Ed. Sub., District wide, to Instr. Asst. II-Special Ed., Nelson, 1.5 hrs./day, eff. 10-1-04 Rudino, Henry, Campus Club Aide II, Cole, 3.74 hrs./day to 4.63 hrs./day, eff. 9-20-04 Silvas, Suzi,. Campus Monitor I, Copper Hills, 1.45 hrs./day, to Instr. Asst. I-34+1, Copper Hills, 2.3 hrs./day, eff. 10-1-04 Simonian, Amanda, Campus Club Aide I to Campus Club Aide II, Garfield, eff. 9-29-04 Smith, Cyndee, Clerical Specialist Sub., District wide, to Clerical Specialist-Receptionist, Alta Sierra, 8 hrs./day, eff. 9-28-04 Smith, Cyndee, Student Acct. Specialist II, Alta Sierra, 8 hrs./day, working out of class 5%, eff. 8-4-04 Trenhaile, Michelle, School Bus Driver II, Transportation, 3.5 hrs./day to 4.5 hrs./day, eff. 8-23-04

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Classified Viar, Hollie, Instr. Asst. II-Special Ed. Sub, District Wide, to Instr. Asst. II-Special Ed., Reyburn, 3.5 hrs./day, RSP funds, eff. 10-4-04 Vidales, Mia, Campus Club Aide II, Copper Hills, 3.22 hrs./day to 3.9 hrs./day, eff. 10-6-04 Ward, Casey, Campus Club Instructor, Dry Creek, 3.3 hrs./day to 3.97 hrs./day, eff. 9-27-04 Watson, Temple, Student Acct. Specialist I, Weldon, 7 hrs./day, to Clerical Specialist Sr., Human Resources, 8 hrs./day, eff. 9-22-04 White, Stephanie, Campus Club Aide II, Copper Hills, 2.0 hrs./day to 3.92 hrs./day, eff. 10-6-04 Wilma, Katie, Campus Club Aide II, Miramonte, 3.97 hrs./day to 2.55 hrs./day, eff. 10-6-04 Zevenbergen, Karen, Student Acct. Specialist II-Attendance, Clovis West, 8 hrs./day, to School Secretary I, Clovis West, 8 hrs./day, eff. 10-1-04 Certificated Cookingham, Kevin, from .788% GIS/.222% SBCP Resource Teacher, Sierra Vista to .73396% GIS/.26604% SBCP Resource Teacher, District/SBCP funds, eff. 8-23-04 Cruz, Laurie, Teacher, Pinedale, 100% District funds to 50% District/50% Title I funds, eff. 10-4-04 Gillen, William, GIS, Buchanan, to GLS, Buchanan, eff. 8-9-04 Koop, Jennifer, Teacher, Alta Sierra, 50% contract to 100% contract, eff. 8-18-04 Liao-Gleason, Jeannie, 20% Online Teacher, to 20% Online Teacher/20% Teacher on Special Assignment, 20% CAL Online Instruction/20% Lottery-Diversity funds, eff. 8-18-04 Matson, Kendra, GIS, Fugman, to 76% GIS/24% Resource Teacher, 76% District/24%SBCP funds, eff. 8-9-04 McKenney, Debra, Teacher, Alta Sierra, 50% contract to 60% contract, eff. 8-18-04 Naegle-Martin, Connie, Teacher, Alta Sierra, 40% contract to 50% contract, eff. 8-18-04 Scozzari, Janiece, School Psychologist, 12.5% SEPS/12.5% DIST/12.5% DIS/18.75% SBCP/18.75% Title I/25% Healthy Start funds to 12.5% SEPS/12.5% DIST/12.5% DIS/18.75% SBCP/43.75% Title I funds, eff. 10-1-04 Thomas, Diana, School Psychologist, 20% APU/20% SEPS/20% District funds to 25% APU/33.33% SEPS/33.33% District/8.34% SBCP funds, eff. 8-5-04 j. OTHER

Classified Adams, Margaret, additional assignment, Financial Analyst, Business Services, $23.68/hr., not to exceed 960 hrs., eff. 10-1-04 to 6-30-05 Bell, Marilyn, Cook/Baker II, Buchanan, working out of class 5%, eff. 10-4-04 to 11-5-04 Carmona, Connie, Cook/Baker I, Sierra Vista, working out of class 5%, eff. 10-1-04 to 10-29-04 Cazares, James, additional assignment, Tech. Support Specialist I Sub., Technology, eff. 9-27-04 Cerda, Maria, additional assignment, Folkloric Dance Instructor, Kastner, $9.00/hr., timesheet, not to exceed $850.00, Foundation funds, eff. 10-1-04 Coon, Darlene, Food Service Asst. Sr., Buchanan, working out of class 5%, eff. 10-4-04 to 11-5-04 Davis, Jeannie, additional assignment, Comm. Rec. Program, Clovis High Summer League, $388.00 stipend, Co-Curricular funds, eff. 7-1-04 Dean, Matthew, additional assignment, Choir Accompanist, Alta Sierra, $3,769.35 stipend, 67% Student Body/33% Parent Teacher Club funds, eff. 10-1-04

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OTHER (continued)

Classified Dean, Trevor, additional assignment, Comm. Rec. Program, Clovis High Summer League, $388.00 stipend, Co-Curricular funds, eff. 7-1-04 Debb, Kristen, additional assignment, Instr. Asst. II-Special Ed., Alta Sierra, 2.0 hrs./day, SECSH funds, eff. 10-4-04 Delgado, Linda, additional assignment, After School Snack Bar operator, Clovis East, $200.00 monthly stipend, Athletic Foundation funds, eff. 9-1-05 Devejian, Yeran, additional assignment, Instr. Asst. II-Bilingual, Sierra Vista, 0.8 hrs./day, Title 1 funds, eff. 9-20-04 Dominguez, Tom, additional assignment, Custodial duties football games, Clovis West, $125.00 stipend, eff. 8-5-04 Dutkevitch, Joanna, additional assignment, Instr. Asst. II-Special Ed., Garfield, eff. 9-23-04 Escalante, Penny, additional assignment, After School Snack Bar operator, Reyburn, $200.00 monthly stipend, Athletic Foundation funds, eff. 9-1-05 Estrada, Manny, additional assignment, Custodial duties football games, Clovis West, $125.00 stipend, ASB 1525 funds, eff. 8-1-04 Frost, Donnelle, Food Service Asst. Sr., Fancher Creek, working out of class 5%, eff. 10-1-04 to 10-29-04 Guest, Kristine, additional assignment, Game Management, Clovis High, $10.00/hr. on timesheet, CHS ASB Reimbursable funds, eff. 10-1-04 Hackett, Jamina, additional assignment, STOMP Choreography, Kastner, $9.00/hr., timesheet, not to exceed $850.00, Foundation funds, eff. 10-1-04 Hernandez, Jaime, additional assignment, Custodial duties football games, Clovis West, $125.00 stipend, ASB 1525 funds, eff. 8-1-04 Herrin, Jim additional assignment, Labor crew football games, Clovis West, $125.00 stipend, ASB 1525 funds, eff. 8-1-04 Kue, Clare, additional assignment, Instr. Asst. II-Bilingual, Alta Sierra, 1.4 hrs./day, eff. 9-14-04 Mares, Luis, additional assignment, Instr. Asst. II-Special Ed., T-K, 3.0 hrs./day, SDC funds, eff. 10-11-04 Mueller, Carrie, additional assignment, Instr. Asst. I-34+1, Valley Oak, 2.334 hrs./day, eff. 10-4-04 Olson, Kendra, additional assignment, Camp Director, Clovis Pep and Cheer, $20.00 hr./timesheet, CoCurricular funds, eff. 9-1-04 Pizana, Stephanie, additional assignment, Campus Monitor I, Clovis Elementary, 0.9 hrs./day, eff. 9-30-04 Reyes, Rose, Food Service Asst. Sr., Buchanan, working out of class 5%, eff. 10-7-04 to 10-29-04 Richey, Lorraine, Cook/Baker I, Buchanan, working out of class 5%, eff. 10-4-04 to 11-5-04 Rosas, Victor, additional assignment, Marimba Band Asst., Clovis High, $1715.00 stipend, Co-curricular funds, eff. 11-1-04 Ruiz, Clementino, additional assignment, Game Management, Clovis High, $10.00/hr. on timesheet, CHS ASB Reimbursable funds, eff. 10-1-04 Sanchez, Jose, additional assignment, Labor crew football games, Clovis West, $125.00 stipend, ASB 1525 funds, eff. 8-1-04 Taylor, Gwen, Food Service Delivery Driver/Utility Worker, Reyburn, working out of class 5%, eff. 9-23-04 to 10-31-04 Whitaker, Matt, additional assignment, Rec. Trainer I, $15.07 hr./timesheet, CCVB Boys, Co-Curricular funds, eff. 9-1-04

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Certificated Althoff, Karen, additional assignment, Teacher, Edusoft Training, Freedom, $50.00 stipend, EETT Formula Grant funds, eff. 10-15-04 Bitters, Conrad, additional assignment, AP Environmental Science & Tech, Clovis High, $1122.00 stipend, District funds, eff. 11-1-04 Burbidge, Ryan, additional assignment, Buchanan Team Tennis, Buchanan, $950.00 stipend, Co-Curricular funds, eff. 6-14-04 Burbidge, Ryan, additional assignment, Community Rec. Program, Tennis, Buchanan, $420.00 stipend, Co-Curricular funds, eff. 6-9-04 Carroll, Mary Jo, additional assignment, Teacher, Indian Ed. Tutoring, T.K., $1639.00 stipend, Title VII funds, eff. 9-27-04 to 5-27-05 Crawford, Trisha, additional assignment, Teacher, Extended Day, Miramonte, $26.43/hr., not to exceed $1374.00, Title I funds, eff. 10-5-04 to 4-28-05 Curtin, Deborah, additional assignment, Vocational/Nursing Teacher, Clovis Adult Ed., $27.29/hr., not to exceed 16 hrs., Apprenticeship funds, eff. 10-15-04 to 10-22-04 Enns, Jennifer additional assignment, Teacher, Intervention, 7-12 exit exam, Clovis East, $26.43/hr., timesheet, Intervention funds, eff. 8-23-04 Ergin, Frank, additional assignment, Vocational/Nursing Teacher, Clovis Adult Ed., $30.36/hr. not to exceed 12 hrs., Apprenticeship funds, eff. 10-14-04 to 10-21-04 Gallegos, Lola, additional assignment, 6th period, Kastner, $5304.00 stipend, Co-Curricular funds, eff. 9-1-04 Garabedian, Judy, Teacher, Extended Day, Miramonte, $26.43/hr., not to exceed $1374.00, Title I funds, eff. 10-5-04 to 4-28-05 Hansen, Ray, additional assignment, Cougar Combine (Track), Co-Curricular, $500.00 stipend, CoCurricular funds, eff. 10-1-04 Henry, Jane, additional assignment, Vocational/Nursing Teacher, Clovis Adult Ed., $27.29/hr., not to exceed 322 hrs., Adult LVN funds, eff. 10-14-04 to 6-9-05 Jacobsen, Cheryl, additional assignment, Vocational/Nursing Teacher, Clovis Adult Ed., $27.29/hr., not to exceed 3 hrs., Apprenticeship funds, eff. 10-15-04 Johns, Kevin, additional assignment, Cougar Combine (Track), Co-Curricular, $1500.00 stipend, Co-Curricular funds, eff. 10-1-04 Lamb, Barbara, additional assignment, ESL Teacher, Clovis Adult Ed., $30.36/hr., 3 hrs./wk., eff. 10-11-04 to 6-3-05 Martinez, Benny, additional assignment, Cougar Combine (Track), Co-Curricular, $1000.00 stipend, Co-Curricular funds, eff. 10-1-04 Mathiesen, Marjean, additional assignment, Vocational/Nursing Teacher, Clovis Adult Ed., $30.36/hr., not to exceed 8 hrs., Apprenticeship funds, eff. 10-28-04 McNeal, Kristi, additional assignment, Clovis High Area Writing Workshop, $100.00 stipend, Clovis High Instructional funds, eff. 10-1-04 Melocik, Ellen, additional assignment, Intervention Program Teacher, Clovis West, $26.43/hr., timesheet, Intervention funds, eff. 10-4-04 Menyhay, Pam, additional assignment, Vocational/Nursing Teacher, Clovis Adult Ed., $29.34/hr., not to exceed 8 hrs., Apprenticeship funds, eff. 10-8-04 Oraze, Vincent, additional assignment, 6th period, Kastner, $3765.00 stipend, Co-Curricular funds, eff. 9-1-04

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Certificated Rocha, Esmerelda, additional assignment, Band Director Asst., Clark, $857.00 stipend, Co-Curricular funds, eff. 11-1-04 Smith, Rick, additional assignment, Department Chair, Clark, $425.50 stipend, Co-Curricular funds, eff. 10-1-04 (splitting stipend with Lynn Bourg) Willhoite, Karen, additional assignment, Colors Presenter, Clark, $50.00 stipend, Gate funds, eff. 10-104 Wulf, Cindy, additional assignment, Teacher, Indian Ed. Tutoring, Tarpey, $2114.00 stipend, Title VII funds, eff. 9-21-04 to 5-27-05 ADDITIONAL ASSIGNMENT, 7-12 EXIT EXAM INTERVENTION PROGRAM, REYBURN, $26.43/HR., TIMESHEET, INTERVENTION FUNDS, EFF. 8-23-04 Alfheim, Elizabeth Bennett, Grace Brazil, Andrea Clark, Robyn Darter, Stacy Garcia, Sabrina Kilburn, Amy Kumar, Indira ADDITIONAL ASSIGNMENT, INTERVENTION TEACHER, ALTA SIERRA, $26.43/HR., TIMESHEET, INTERVENTION FUNDS, EFF. 9-7-04 Cardin, Laura Costa Tammi Denton, Jennifer Hooten, Claudia Ingram, Robin Piercy, David Swillis, Whitney ADDITIONAL ASSIGNMENT, BTSA SUPPORT PROVIDERS, REAGAN AREA, $2100 STIPEND, BTSA FUNDS, EFF. 8-23-04 Ponomarenko, Regina Fancher Creek Anderson, Laurie Fancher Creek Prentice, Renae Fancher Creek Bimat, Marcia Miramonte Rinehart, Sheri Miramonte Couchman, Dawn Gettysburg Samuelian, Janet T.K. Douglas, Becky T.K. Voelz, Dan Gateway Faccinto, Cathleen Clovis East Wagner, Joyce T.K. Finch, Peggy Reyburn Walmsley, Jim Gateway Guyett, Kathy Enterprise Ward, Karen Clovis East Hale, Karen Clovis East Willhoite, Karen Clovis East Lamb, Mike Clovis East Winter, Kelly Clovis East Maldonado, Becky Reyburn Olson, Jeri Clovis East

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ADDITIONAL ASSIGNMENT, BTSA SUPPORT PROVIDERS, DISTRICT WIDE, $4200.00 STIPEND, BTSA FUNDS, EFF. 8-23-04 Davis, Susan Fancher Creek Delgado, Irma Clovis West Hamm, Marshall T.K. Judd, Kim Tarpey Mort, Gary Gateway Phillips, Leslie Maple Creek Woods, Sandie Clovis East ADDITIONAL ASSIGNMENT, EDUSOFT TRAINER, CLOVIS WEST AREA, $50.00 STIPEND, EETT FORMULA GRANT FUNDS, EFF. 8-20-04 Cory, David Valley Oak Gettman, Ryan Lincoln Jones, Melissa Nelson Moebes, Dennis Liberty Smith, Brenda Ft. Washington ADDITIONAL ASSIGNMENT, SOPHMORE COUNSELING, CLOVIS WEST, $29.34/HR., TIMESHEET, SB813 FUNDS, EFF. 10-5-04 Fowlkes, Tracey Gilbert, Pat Hernandez, Jose Lindstrom, Tom Vue, Pa ADDITIONAL ASSIGNMENT, EDUSOFT TRAINING, DISTRICT WIDE, VARIOUS STIPENDS, EETT FORMULA GRANT FUNDS, EFF. 8-16-04 Aujero, Jerry Dry Creek $100.00 Castillo, Robyn Copper Hills $ 50.00 Condell, Robert Fugman $ 50.00 Couwenhoven, Toni Century $ 50.00 Enos, Mary Cole $ 50.00 Esquivel, James Buchanan $ 50.00 Green, Karen Copper Hills $ 50.00 Morgan, Aaron Maple Creek $100.00 Mushegan, Mark Mt. View $ 50.00 Mushegan, Patricia Weldon $ 50.00 Peters, Kari Garfield $ 50.00 Souza, Colleen Alta Sierra $ 50.00 ADDITIONAL ASSIGNMENT, AFTERSCHOOL "FRESH PROGRAM", SIERRA VISTA, $26.43/HR., TIMESHEET, 21ST CENTURY GRANT FUNDS, EFF. 10-1-04 Apperson, Carol Lamb, Cathy Rosa, Laurel Talmage, Toni

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ADDITIONAL ASSIGNMENT, SOPHOMORE COUNSELING, BUCHANAN, $29.34/HR., TIMESHEET, SB 813 FUNDS, EFF. 8-23-04 Sanchez, Patricia Garner, Debbie Sanders, Kim Hansen, Denae Tate, James Hansen, Mary Warmerdam, Gregory Nguyen, Kerince ADDITIONAL ASSIGNMENT, EXTENDED DAY TEACHERS, JEFFERSON, $26.43/HR., TIMESHEET, TITLE I FUNDS, EFF. 10-1-04 Majchen, Karen DeFirmian, Janet McAvoy, Sara Dehn, Clyda Muro, Priscilla Garabedian, Charlene Piries, Tara Holley-Sharp, Heather ADDITIONAL ASSIGNMENT, PRE-K STUDENT EVALUATIONS, SIERRA VISTA, $125.00 STIPEND, SBCP FUNDS, EFF. 10-1-04 Araim, Kathy Rossi, Lisa Xiong, Pauline ADDITIONAL ASSIGNMENT, PAR BTSA SUPPORT PROVIDER, CLOVIS AREA, $2100.00 STIPEND, BTSA FUNDS, EFF. 11-1-04 Araim, Kathy Red Bank Cox, Jeanie Weldon Franks, Lisa Jefferson Gage, Erin Clovis Elementary Hartig, Betty Clovis High Johnson, Martin Clovis High Lederach, Beth Clovis High Lucas, Jolene Jefferson Nowlin, Doug Weldon Renna, Christina Clovis Elementary Riesenman, Charlotte Clark Riser, Cheryl Cedarwood Sharp, Susan Sierra Vista Wilkins, Jackie Jefferson Wright, Margie Jefferson ADDITIONAL ASSIGNMENT, PAR BTSA SUPPORT PROVIDER, CLOVIS AREA, $4200.00 STIPEND, BTSA FUNDS, EFF. 11-1-04 Fieguth, Nancee Sierra Vista McDougall, Debbie Red Bank Peck, Gayle Clovis Elementary Taff, Sandra Clovis High

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