Board Agenda November 8, 2018
Board Agenda November 8, 2018
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City College of San Francisco
1125 Valencia Street, Room 109
November 8, 2018
TIMES ARE APPROXIMATE AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE
I. CALL TO ORDER - 4:00 P.M.
II. APPROVAL OF CLOSED SESSION AGENDA
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
III. RECESS TO CLOSED SESSION (Room 452)
IV. RECONVENE TO OPEN SESSION (Room 109)
V. ANNOUNCEMENT OF REPORTABLE ACTIONS TAKEN IN CLOSED SESSION
A. Kristen Wolslegel, MPA, Executive Director, Bay Area Bioscience Education Community (Babec)
B. Gemi Jose Gonzalez Lopez, General Consul of Mexico in San Francisco
C. Erick Tenorio, Board Member, Friends of the Mission Campus
D. Don Marcos, Executive Director, Mission Hiring Hall
VII. REPORTS FROM CONSTITUENT GROUPS:
A. Mission Center Associated Students President’s Report – Sophia Coleman
B. Academic Senate President’s Report – Fred Teti
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 – Jennifer Worley
F. Administrators Association Co-Chair’s Report – Jill Yee
G. Department Chair Council President’s Report – Darlene Alioto
VIII. PUBLIC COMMENT
Such comment is limited to topics that are within the jurisdiction of this Board of Trustees.
The City College Board of Trustees has established these procedures to encourage as many stakeholders as possible to provide comments and input on important decisions facing the college. To that end, we want to make it easier for any member of the community to participate. The Board truly values the time and effort the public puts into the comment process.
These procedures were reviewed by the CCSF General Counsel and are in full compliance with the Brown Act, Board Policies and the California Educational Code. The Board reserves the right to modify these procedures as necessary to conduct an effective meeting in the public interest.
1. All public comment on all items, whether on or off the agenda, will occur at the beginning of the business meeting.
2. Speakers are normally limited to two minutes. (Please note exception in #3 below.) Speakers are able to see the elapsed time on the timekeeper’s clock. A comment must end when time is called by the timekeeper.
3. 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. If more than five speakers wish to speak on a given topic, the Board reserves the right to limit each speaker to one minute.
4. A speaker may comment on more than one topic or agenda item at a time, but all speakers will be limited to a total of five minutes regardless of the number of agenda items. For example, if a speaker wishes to address three agenda items, the speaker would be allocated a total of five minutes for all three items, rather than six minutes.
5. The Board and administration will not respond to speakers nor engage speakers in discussion.
6. After the period for public comment has concluded, no further public comment will be accepted on any item.
A. ITEMS ON THE AGENDA
B. ITEMS NOT ON THE AGENDA
IX. APPROVAL OF MINUTES:
X. CONSENT ITEMS:
FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION
214 - Acceptance of Private Gifts and Donations to
215 – Declaration of Surplus Property
216 - Appointing Kei McHale and Hafsah Syed to the San Francisco Community College District’s Parcel Tax Committee
217 - Review of Purchase Orders that have been issued in accordance with Board Policy and dministrative Procedures October 1, 2018 through October 31, 2018
218 - Approval of a Categorically-Funded Contract
Modification Related to the Adult Education Program (AEP) and Strong
Workforce Program (SWP) for the Workforce and Economic Development
219 - Approval of the Purchase of 30 Dell Computers for the City College of San Francisco (CCSF) Rosenberg Library and Learning Resource Center Collaboratory Lab
220 – Approval of Renaming the School of Behavioral
Sciences, Social Sciences and Multicultural Studies to the School of
Social Sciences, Behavioral Scienses, Ethnic Studies and Social
221 - Approval of Contract Renewal with Direct Travel (DTS) as Related to the City College of San Francisco Study Abroad Program in Oaxaca, Mexico Summer 2019
222 - Approval of Contract with Academic Experiences Abroad (AEA) as Related to the City College of San Francisco Study Abroad Program in Cuba, Summer 2019
FACILITIES, PLANNING AND CONSTRUCTION
225 – Appointing Shanon Lampkins-Jones to the
San Francisco Community College District’s Citizens’ Bond Oversight
226 – Appointing Lalo Gonzalez to the San Francisco Community College District’s Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee
XI. ACTION ITEMS:
229 - Academic Employees (Faculty) Credit/Non Credit
Program District Funded, Academic Employees: Categorically
FACILIITIES, PLANNING, AND CONSTRUCTION
XII. ADMINISTRATION REPORTS:
A. Academic Affairs
Tom Boegel, Vice Chancellor
C. Finance and
Luther Aaberge, Vice Chancellor
D. Human Resources/Employee
Dianna Gonzales, Vice Chancellor
E. Facilities, Planning and
Dr. Rueben Smith, Vice Chancellor
F. Information Technology
Daman Grewal, Vice Chancellor
- Progres Report on Migration to Banner 9
G. Chancellor’s Office
Dr. Mark Rocha, Chancellor
- Brief Progress Report on Adopted Board Goals for City College of San Francisco 2018-2019
XIII. TRUSTEES REPORTS
Upcoming Board Meeting:
December 13 – Ocean Campus
San Francisco City College District strives to make reasonable
accommodations in all of its programs, services and activities for all
qualified individuals with disabilities. Notification (568-3021) 48
hours in advance will enable the District to make arrangements to
ensure meeting accessibility. Please contact Dr. Leilani Battiste of
the Office of Title 5/EEO/ADA Compliance at 415 452-5053 or
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