Board Agenda May 17, 2018
Board Agenda May 17, 2018
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City College of San Francisco
1400 Evans Avenue, 1st Floor Shop
May 17, 2018
TIMES ARE APPROXIMATE AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE
I. CALL TO ORDER – 4:00 P.M.
A. California Community College State Championship Gold Medal Parliamentary Debate Winners James Franklin and Stephan Fitzpatrick
B. 2017-2018 Bay Area Student Veteran Leadership Council School Support Award Nominee Jose Goussen
C. City College of San Francisco Recycling Team - Recycle Coordinator: Carlita Martinez; Classified Staff: Timothy Taylor; Student Workers: Elias Castillo, Darrell Davis Jr., Joe Lynn Drake Jr., Camila Alexa Hayter, Oluchi Jane Ikeji, Jonathan Damian Mejia, Jose Rene Duque Montoya, Noble Pierce, Joaquin Vargas Pineda, Ivan Antonio Sanchez, Laura E Smith, Daniel Mark Stephenson, Junjie Wu, Karen Zhang, and Shuaitian Zhang
III. ACTION ITEM:
IV. REPORTS FROM CONSTITUENT GROUPS: (4:20 P.M.)
A. Evans Center Associate Students President's Report - Brenna Stroud
B. Academic Senate President’s Report – Mandy Liang
C. Classified Senate President’s Report – Shawn Yee
D. Service Employees International Union, Local 1021 President’s Report – Athena Steff
E. American Federation of Teachers, Local 2121 President’s Report – Tim Killikelly
F. Administrators Association Co-Chair’s Report – Monika Liu
G. Department Chair Council President’s Report – Darlene Alioto
V. PUBLIC COMMENT (4:40 P.M.)
Please see information sheet for procedures for public comment at the Board Clerk's table.
Please note: The Brown Act requires that every public agenda must allow the public to speak on any item of interest within the jurisdiction of the Board. This includes both agenda items and items not on the Board agenda.
The public must be allowed to speak before or during consideration of the item, at the Board’s option. When the Board allows for public comment on all items near the beginning of the meeting, the Brown Act does not require the Board to stop for public comment at each subsequent agenda item. The CCSF Board has therefore adopted the procedure that all public comment, both for items on the agenda or not on the agenda, shall be presented at the designated time at the beginning of the meeting. After the period for public comment, no further public comment will be accepted on any item.
Members of the public who wish to speak are requested to fill out yellow cards available before the start of the meeting from the Clerk of the Board via email: email@example.com. Individuals may also obtain a card in person at the Board meeting at the Clerk’s table.
Per Board Policy 1.10, public comment is limited to two minutes per speaker for no more than a total of ten (10) minutes per topic.
Members of the public shall not be permitted additional time to read statements prepared by others nor shall members of the public be permitted to give their time to other members of the public.
The Board reserves the right to modify these procedures as necessary.
A. ITEMS ON THE AGENDA
B. ITEMS NOT ON THE AGENDA
VI. APPROVAL OF CLOSED SESSION AGENDA (5:00 P.M.)
A. Conference with Labor Negotiator (Government Code 54957) Agency Designated Representative: Dianna Gonzales
Employee Organizations: AFT 2121, SEIU 1021, Stationary Engineers Local 39, San Francisco Building & Trade Construction Trade Council Unions (SFBCTCU), Department Chair Council, Administrators, Unrepresented Classified
B. Conference with Legal Counsel - Existing Litigation Government Code section 54956.9(a)
Saridakis v SFCCD, Case No. CGC-16-553818
C. Conference with Legal Counsel - Existing Litigation, Government Code Section 54956.9(a) San Francisco Community College District v Lend Lease, Inc., Case No. GCC-16-550989
D. Public Employee Performance Evaluation (Government Code Section 54957) Chancellor
VII. RECESS TO CLOSED SESSION (Room 220D)
VIII. RECONVENE TO OPEN SESSION (1st Floor Shop) (6:30 P.M.)
IX. ANNOUNCEMENT OF REPORTABLE ACTIONS TAKEN IN CLOSED SESSION
X. APPROVAL OF MINUTES
XI. CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS: (6:35 P.M.)
FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION
FACILITIES, PLANNING, AND CONSTRUCTION
82 – Authorize 2018-19 Excess Workers’ Compensation
Insurance Policy Renewal
83 – Authorize Student Accident Insurance Policy Renewal
84 – Authorize continued use of Workers’ Compensation Division, Department of Human Resources, City and County of San Francisco for administration of our workers compensation program for fiscal year 2018-2019
HUMAN RESOURCES/EMPLOYEE RELATIONS
XII. ACTION ITEMS: (6:45 P.M.)
93 – Board Policy 2.30 – Unlawful Discrimination (1st Reading)
94 – Board Policy 2.31 – Sexual Harassment (1st Reading)
XIII. ADMINISTRATION REPORTS: (7:15 P.M.)
A. Academic Affairs
Tom Boegel, Interim Vice Chancellor
1. Update on Work of the Academic Year
B. Student Development
Trudy Walton, Vice Chancellor
1. 2018 FRISCO Day Highlights
C. Finance and Administration
George Kozitza, Interim Vice Chancellor
1. 2018-2019 Tentative Budget Update
E. Facilities, Planning and
Dr. Rueben Smith, Interim Vice Chancellor
1. May 3 Study Session Next Steps
F. Chancellor’s Office
Dr. Mark Rocha, Chancellor
1. Promise Scholarship Update - Associate Vice Chancellor Kristin Charles
XIV. TRUSTEES REPORTS: (7:30 P.M.)
A. Proposed Special Board Meeting, Saturday, August 4th or Sunday, August 5th – 9:00 a.m.
1. Semi-annual Board Retreat
2. Administrator Contracts
B. Future Board Meetings
1. June 7th Study Session
2. June 28th Regular Board of Trustees Meeting
3. No meetings in July
4. Board Retreat (proposed dates) August 4th or August 5th
5. August 30th – first regular business
of 2018-2019 Academic Year
XV. ADJOURNMENT (8:00 P.M.)
Upcoming Board Meeting:
June 28 – Ocean Campus
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