Public Agenda
TYPE: Regular Board Meeting
DATE: 6/15/2022 TIME: 3:30 PM
LOCATION: 155 E. Fourth Street, Perris, CA 92570
DETAILS: PUHSD
 
Public Notice
1.1 PUBLIC NOTICE: The writings, documents, or public records described in SB No. 343 are available at the District Office, currently located at 155 East Fourth Street, Perris, CA 92570 Info
1.2 PUBLIC NOTICE: In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you need special assistance, disability-related modifications or accommodations, including auxiliary aids or services, in order to participate in the public meetings of the District's governing board, please contact the office of the District Superintendent at (951) 943-6369, ext. 80102. Notification 72 hours prior to the meeting will enable the District to make reasonable arrangements to ensure accommodation and accessibility to this meeting. Info
Call to Order
2.1 CALL TO ORDER: The President of the Board of Trustees Will Call the Perris Union High School District Board Meeting to Order Info
Invitation to Address the Board of Trustees on Closed Session Items Only
3.1 INVITATION TO ADDRESS THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES: Closed Session Items Only Info
Adjourn to Closed Session
4.1 ADJOURN TO CLOSED SESSION: The Board of Trustees Will Discuss Items Listed in This Section: Action
4.2 PUPIL MATTERS - Pursuant to Education Code §48912 and §48918 Action
4.3 PUBLIC EMPLOYEE EMPLOYMENT/APPOINTMENT - Pursuant to Government Code §54957 Action
4.4 PUBLIC EMPLOYEE DISCIPLINE/DISMISSAL/RELEASE - Pursuant to Government Code §54957 Action
4.5 CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATORS - Pursuant to Government Code §54957.6 - Employee Group: Perris Secondary Educators Association (PSEA), Agency Representative: Kirk Skorpanich, Assistant Superintendent - Human Resources; Employee Group: California School Employees Association (CSEA), Agency Representative: Kirk Skorpanich, Assistant Superintendent – Human Resources Action
Reconvene in Public Session/Pledge of Allegiance
5.1 RECONVENE IN PUBLIC SESSION/PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE: The Board Meeting Will Reconvene at Approximately 5:00 p.m. Info
Invocation
6.1 INVOCATION: Trustee Araux Info
Recess Into California Military Institute Meeting
7.1 RECESS: The Board President Will Recess the Meeting to Conduct the Regular Board Meeting of the California Military Institute Charter School Info
Revision/Adoption/Ordering of Agenda
8.1 REVISION/ADOPTION/ORDERING OF AGENDA: June 15, 2022 Action
Oral Reports
9.1 Report Out of Closed Session Info
9.2 District Update by the Superintendent Info
9.3 PSEA President Jason Miller Info
9.4 CSEA President Josh Rushing Info
9.5 Comments by the Board of Trustees Info
Invitation to Address the Board of Trustees
10.1 INVITATION TO ADDRESS THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES: Non-Agendized Items Info
Consent Calendar
11.1 CONSENT CALENDAR: Approval of Consent Calendar Items Action
11.2 GENERAL FUNCTIONS: Minutes of the Regular Board Meeting for May 18, 2022 Action
11.3 GENERAL FUNCTIONS: Resolution No. 43:21-22 - Order of Election Action
11.4 GENERAL FUNCTIONS: 2022-23 Designation Of California Interscholastic Federation Representatives To League Action
11.5 PERSONNEL: Agreement With PowerSchool for Applicant Tracking and Records (funded through Title II Funds in the amount of $26,800, not the General Fund) Action
11.6 PERSONNEL: Agreement With PowerSchool for Candidate Assessment Services (funded through Various COVID Funds in the amount of $26,835, not the General Fund) Action
11.7 PERSONNEL: Agreement With Riverside County Superintendent of Schools for the Career Technical Education/Regional Occupational Program Community Class Public Affiliation (no fiscal impact) Action
11.8 PERSONNEL: Memorandum of Understanding and Agreement IN80022 With Riverside County Superintendent of Schools for Participation in the Center for Teaching Preparation Induction Program (funded through the General Fund at a cost of up to $4,700 per teacher) Action
11.9 CURRICULUM: Agreement With Addiction Treatment Technologies, LLC DBA Care Solace to Provide Resources for Mental Health and Substance Abuse (funded through Local Control Accountability Plan Supplemental and Concentration Funds at a total cost not to exceed $27,823, not the General Fund) Action
11.10 CURRICULUM: Agreement With Alumnew to Inspire and Empower Students and Staff Districtwide (funded through Local Control Accountability Plan Supplemental and Concentration Funds in the amount of $100,000, not the General Fund) Action
11.11 CURRICULUM: Agreements With Behavioral Autism Therapies, LLC for Behavior Intervention Services as Required (funded through Special Education in an estimated amount of $144,000, not the General Fund) Action
11.12 CURRICULUM: Agreement With Bloom Software, Incorporated DBA Thrively to Provide an Online System of Social and Emotional Support for Students (funded through Title IV Funds in the amount of $62,000, not the General Fund) Action
11.13 CURRICULUM: Agreement With Collaborative Learning Solutions for Consultation and Technical Assistance (funded through Special Education in an amount not to exceed $25,000, not the General Fund) Action
11.14 CURRICULUM: Agreement With Nearpod to Provide Unlimited Teacher and Student Access to the Nearpod Premium Plus Platform (funded through Various COVID Funds in the amount of $56,250, not the General Fund) Action
11.15 CURRICULUM: Agreement With Renaissance for the Purchase of the Star ELA and Math Assessments License Subscription (funded through Local Control and Accountability Plan and Concentration Funds in the amount of $197,352, not the General Fund) Action
11.16 CURRICULUM: Agreement With The Stepping Stones Group, LLC for Various Student Support Services and Assessments as Required (funded through Special Education at an estimated cost of $70,000, not the General Fund) Action
11.17 CURRICULUM: Agreement With Thriving YOUniversity to Provide Professional Development in Social, Emotional, and Academic Learning (funded through Local Control Accountability Plan and Concentration Funds in the amount of $58,500, not the General Fund) Action
11.18 CURRICULUM: Agreement for Professional Services With Blue Water Educational Consulting for Perris High School and Pinacate Middle School for Alternative to Suspension Site Level Training (funded through Title I Funds at a cost not to exceed $36,000, not the General Fund) Action
11.19 CURRICULUM: Agreement for Professional Services With Brandee Johnson for Home Hospital Academic Services (funded through Special Education at a cost not to exceed $15,000, not the General Fund) Action
11.20 CURRICULUM: Agreement for Professional Services With Firmly Founded to Provide a Mental Resilience Program for Students at Pinacate Middle School (funded through the Local Control Accountability Plan Supplemental and Concentration Funds at a total cost not to exceed $19,600, not the General Fund) Action
11.21 CURRICULUM: Agreement for Professional Services With Kicks to Learn to Provide a Social Emotional Learning and Sports Program at Pinacate Middle School (funded through Title IV Funds at a total cost not to exceed $41,290, not the General Fund) Action
11.22 CURRICULUM: Agreement for Professional Services With Only Thoughts of Ownership, LLC to Provide a Student Mentoring Academy at Pinacate Middle School (funded through Title I Funds at a total cost not to exceed $41,500, not the General Fund) Action
11.23 CURRICULUM: Agreement for Professional Services With Positive Solutions to Facilitate Anger Management, Substance Abuse Prevention, and Effective Decision Making Sessions (funded through Local Control Accountability Plan Supplemental and Concentration Funds at a total cost not to exceed $61,000 not the General Fund) Action
11.24 CURRICULUM: Agreement for Professional Services With Sea Change Therapy for Various Student Support Services and Assessments as Required (funded through Special Education at an estimated cost of $168,000, not the General Fund) Action
11.25 CURRICULUM: Agreement for Professional Services With THINK Together, Incorporated for the Workforce Readiness and Education Program at Perris Lake High School and Scholar+ Online Learning Academy (funded through Title 1 Funds in the amount of $74,520, not the General Fund) Action
11.26 CURRICULUM: Agreement for Professional Services With Unlimited University to Provide Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning for Pinacate Middle School Students (funded through Local Control Accountability Plan Supplemental and Concentration Funds at a total cost not to exceed $12,500, not the General Fund) Action
11.27 CURRICULUM: Agreement for Professional Services With Visual Integrity Arts Photography to Cultivate the Emotional and Mental Maturity of Students at Pinacate Middle School (funded through Local Control Accountability Plan Supplemental and Concentration Funds at a cost not to exceed $18,550, not the General Fund) Action
11.28 CURRICULUM: Multi-Year End User License Agreement With Infinite Campus for the Student Information System (funded through Local Control Accountability Plan Supplemental and Concentration Funds in an estimated amount of $133,236 annually, not the General Fund) Action
11.29 CURRICULUM: Staffing Agreement With Maxim Healthcare Services, Incorporated for Support Services and Assessments as Required (funded through Various Other Funding Sources as appropriate in the amount of $36 to $115 per hour, not the General Fund) Action
11.30 CURRICULUM: 2022-23 California Department of Education Agricultural Career Technical Education Incentive Grant Application for Heritage High School (funded through Categorical Funds in the amount of $21,224, not the General Fund) Action
11.31 CURRICULUM: 2022-23 California Department of Education Agricultural Career Technical Education Incentive Grant Application for Perris High School (funded through Categorical Funds in the amount of $21,640, not the General Fund) Action
11.32 CURRICULUM: 2022-23 Single Plans For Student Achievement for Heritage High School, Paloma Valley High School, Perris High School, Perris Lake High School, and Pinacate Middle School Action
11.33 CURRICULUM: 2022-23 Safe Schools Plan Annual Update Action
11.34 CURRICULUM: Revised Overnight Field Trip Request for Liberty High School's Boys Basketball Team to Attend California Baptist University's 2022 High School Team Camp in Riverside, California, June 3-5, 2022 (funded through Liberty High School's Boys Basketball Associated Student Body Fund in the amount of $600, not the General Fund) Action
11.35 CURRICULUM: Out-of-State and Out-of-Country Travel Request for Mr. Robert Brough, Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services; Mr. Kirk Skorpanich, Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources; Dr. Pauline Garcia, Director of Pupil Services; Mr. Juan Santos, Perris High School Principal; Ms. Cindy Ramos, Paloma Valley High School Teacher; and Ms. Miko Montgomery, Liberty High School Teacher to attend the 2022 Footsteps to Freedom Underground Railroad Experience Sponsored by the Riverside County Office of Education, Traveling through Kentucky, Ohio, Michigan, New York, and Ontario, Canada, July 6-13, 2022 (no fiscal impact) Action
11.36 CURRICULUM: Revised Career Technical Education Courses in the RCOE Medical Pathways: Medical Office Operations; Medical Assisting: Administrative; and Medical Assisting: Clinical (meets A-G requirements) Action
11.37 CURRICULUM: New Career Technical Education Course Under the RCOE Entrepreneurship/Self Employment Sector: RCOE Applied Business E-Commerce (meets A-G requirements) Action
11.38 CURRICULUM: New Career Technical Education Courses Under the RCOE Leadership Sector: RCOE Career Readiness for Middle School (does not meet A-G requirements) Action
11.39 CURRICULUM: New English Elective: Critical Science Fiction and the Future (meets A-G requirements) Action
11.40 BUILDING AND GROUNDS: Maintenance Agreement With KONE, Incorporated for the Maintenance of Elevators and Wheelchair Lifts Districtwide (funded through the Maintenance Fund in the amount of $62,700, not the General Fund) Action
11.41 BUILDING AND GROUNDS: Change Order #03d-008 for Bid Category 03d - Alcorn Fence Company for the Liberty High School Project (funded through Various Facilities Funds in the amount of $6,965, not the General Fund) Action
11.42 BUILDING AND GROUNDS: Notice of Completion for the California Military Institute Gymnasium and Student Drop Off Project (no fiscal impact) Action
11.43 BUILDING AND GROUNDS: Notice of Completion for the Liberty High School Project and Aquatics Center Project (no fiscal impact) Action
11.44 BUSINESS: Amendment No. 1 to Agreement With Walsworth for Publication of the Heritage High School Yearbook (funded through the Heritage High School Associated Student Body Fund in the amount of $29,059, not the General Fund) Action
11.45 BUSINESS: Agreement With Jostens for Publication of the Perris High School Yearbook (funded through the Perris High School Associated Student Body Fund in the amount of $11,015.58, not the General Fund) Action
11.46 BUSINESS: Agreement With Walsworth for Publication of the Paloma Valley High School Yearbook (funded through the Paloma Valley High School Associated Student Body Fund in the amount of $49,825, not the General Fund) Action
11.47 BUSINESS: Agreement for Special Services With Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo (funded through the General Fund and Various Other Funding Sources as appropriate, in the amount of $195 to $345 per hour) Action
11.48 BUSINESS: Service Agreement With Paradigm Healthcare Services, LLC for Medi-Cal Administrative Activities (funded through the Restricted LEA Fund and the Medi-Cal Administrative Activities Fund in an estimated amount of $100,000, not the General Fund) Action
11.49 BUSINESS: Service Agreement With TRL Systems, Incorporated For Fire And Intrusion Alarm Monitoring Services (funded through the General Fund at a total cost not to exceed $21,168) Action
11.50 BUSINESS: Memorandum of Understanding Between the Perris Union High School District and the City of Perris for Funding of School Resource Officer Program at Perris High School (revenue) Action
11.51 BUSINESS: Resolution 32:21-22 - Resolution of the Board of Trustees of the Perris Union High School District Self-Certifying Increased Federal Micro-Purchase Threshold (no fiscal impact) Action
11.52 BUSINESS: Resolution No. 37:21-22 - Resolution of the Board of Trustees of the Perris Union High School District Adopting and Approving the Associate Membership Agreement Joining the Education Technology Joint Powers Authority (no fiscal impact) Action
11.53 BUSINESS: Resolution No. 38:21-22 - Resolution for the Transfer of Appropriation for 2022-23 Action
11.54 BUSINESS: Resolution No. 39:21-22 - Resolution for Year End Budget Adjustments for 2021-22 (no fiscal impact) Action
11.55 BUSINESS: Resolution No. 40:21-22 - Temporary Loan Between Funds for 2022-23 Fiscal Year (no fiscal impact) Action
11.56 BUSINESS: Approval of the 2022-23 Educational Protection Account Spending Plan Action
11.57 BUSINESS: Report of Purchases - May 2022 Action
11.58 BUSINESS: Out-of-State Conference Request for Judy Miller, Director of Risk Management and Environmental Safety, and Hector Gonzalez, Director of Facilities Services, to Attend RTM School Facilities and Safety Congress During the 2022-23 School Year (no fiscal impact) Action
Oral Reports (Continued)
12.1 2022-23 Local Control and Accountability Plan Update Info
12.2 Semester Two Grade Update Info
12.3 HVAC Update Info
Written Reports
13.1 DISCIPLINE: May 2022 Monthly Suspension Report Info
Action Items
14.1 GENERAL FUNCTIONS: Resolution No. 42:21-22 - Trustee Compensation for Missed Meeting (Stafford) Action
14.2 PERSONNEL: Certificated Personnel Action Items Action
14.3 PERSONNEL: Classified Personnel Action Items Action
14.4 PERSONNEL: Approval of Tentative Agreement Between the Perris Union High School District and the Perris Secondary Educators Association Regarding the 2022-23 Reopeners Action
14.5 PERSONNEL: Approval of Memorandum of Understanding Between the Perris Union High School District and the Perris Secondary Educators Association Regarding a Split Band and Choir Assignment for Perris High School and Pinacate Middle School Action
14.6 PERSONNEL: Approval of Memorandum of Understanding Between the Perris Union High School District and the California School Employees Association and its Chapter, Perris Valley #469, Regarding Health and Welfare Benefits Action
14.7 PERSONNEL: Approval of Salary Increase for the California School Employees Association and its Chapter, Perris Valley #469 Action
14.8 PERSONNEL: Approval of Salary Increase for Unrepresented Classified Employees Action
14.9 PERSONNEL: Approval of Salary Increase for Management and Confidential Employees Action
14.10 PERSONNEL: Approval of Salary Increase for the Superintendent's Cabinet Action
14.11 PERSONNEL: Approval of Daily Rate of Pay increase for Certificated Substitutes Action
14.12 CURRICULUM: Proposal to Continue the Scholar Plus Online Learning as a Dashboard Alternative School Status (no fiscal impact) Action
14.13 CURRICULUM: Local Control Accountability Plan and Annual Update for 2022-23 Action
14.14 BUILDING AND GROUNDS: Ratification of Change Order #28-013 for Bid Category 28 - Roadway Engineering & Contracting, Incorporated for the Liberty High School Project (funded through Various Facilities Funds in the amount of $90,110.50, not the General Fund) Action
14.15 BUILDING AND GROUNDS: Ratification of Change Orders #40-003, #40-004, and #40-005 for Bid Category 40 - Pierre Landscape, Incorporated for the Liberty High School Project (funded through Various Facilities Funds in the amount of $101,113, not the General Fund) Action
14.16 BUSINESS: Agreement With Clover Enterprises, Incorporated for Athletic Trainer/First Responder Services at Perris High School, Paloma Valley High School, Heritage High School, Liberty High School and Pinacate Middle School (funded through the General Fund in the amount of $462,000) Action
14.17 BUSINESS: Adoption of the 2022-23 District Budget and Resolution No. 41:21-22 - Resolution of the Board of Trustees of the Perris Union High School District Designating Certain General Funds as a Committed Fund Balance Action
14.18 BUSINESS: Disclosure of Collective Bargaining Agreement (AB1200) for the Period of July 1, 2022, through June 30, 2023, With the Perris Secondary Educators Association Action
14.19 BUSINESS: Disclosure of Collective Bargaining Agreement (AB1200) for the Period of July 1, 2022, through June 30, 2023, With the California School Employees Association and its Chapter, Perris Valley #469 Action
14.20 BUSINESS: Authorization for Purchase Orders Above $50,000 - June 2022 Action
Information Items
15.1 CURRICULUM: Revised World Language Courses: French I, French II, French III, and AP French IV (meets A-G requirements) Info
15.2 BUSINESS: Revolving Cash Report - May 2022 Info
Closed Session (if necessary)
16.1 CLOSED SESSION (IF NECESSARY) Action
Reconvene in Public Session (if necessary)
17.1 RECONVENE IN PUBLIC SESSION (IF NECESSARY) Info
Action Items (Continued)
18.1 DISCIPLINE: Board Review of Discipline Matters Action
Other Items by the Superintendent
19.1 OTHER ITEMS BY THE SUPERINTENDENT Info
Other Items by the Board of Trustees
20.1 OTHER ITEMS BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES Info
Adjournment
21.1 ADJOURNMENT: Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees for June 15, 2022 Action