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CLOVER PARK SCHOOL DISTRICT

Regular Meeting of the Board
Student Services Center, Room 4
10903 Gravelly Lake Drive SW, Lakewood, WA 98499
March 20, 2017
MINUTES

Present: President Marty Schafer, Vice President Carole Jacobs, Becki Kelley, Joe Vlaming, Paul Wagemann and Debbie LeBeau

6:00p.m. President Marty Schafer called to order the Regular Meeting of the Board and asked those in attendance to stand for a moment of silence to honor the many men and women who serve our country. This was followed by the pledge of allegiance.

CITY OF LAKEWOOD COUNCIL REMARKS

President Schafer welcomed Councilperson Paul Bocchi to the podium to provide the city council remarks. He said it has been a privilege and very productive to work with the city council on issues that impact both the school district and City of Lakewood. He thanked councilperson Bocchi and asked him to extend his appreciation to the city council.

Councilperson Bocchi gave a reminder to the school board that testing of the trains through Lakewood is mostly completed. While the City of Lakewood is not anti-train, it is "anti- very fast trains" coming through residential areas. By late summer or early fall, Amtrak will be going through Lakewood at high speeds a number of times each day, and near schools. He confirmed that the district has received information from WSDOT for schools to share with students about train safety.

He also presented updates on roadwork scheduled in Lakewood. Curb, gutter and sidewalks are scheduled for completion in several locations. Many of the roads are in poor condition due to the heavy rain and freezing weather experienced over the fall and winter. He noted that we will begin to see road improvements over the summer

Springbrook has a new playground. As the weather warms, the road around Waughop Lake will be paved. The Abatement of 14 buildings have been processed, with 14 more scheduled. The rental inspection ordinance is moving forward, and registration of rental properties will start toward the end of the year and then inspections will commence.

Councilperson Bocchi provided the Board a brochure outlining priority projects/areas in Lakewood. Vice President Jacobs thanked the city council for including Clover Park School District's graduation rate of 89.9% in the publication as part of the city's demographics.

PUBLIC COMMENTS

REMARKS OF A NEGATIVE NATURE SINGLING OUT SPECIFIC EMPLOYEES, OTHER THAN THE BOARD AND ITS SECRETARY, WILL BE HEARD IN EXECUTIVE SESSION FOLLOWING THE BUSINESS MEETING. THE BOARD RESERVES THE RIGHT TO TERMINATE PRESENTATIONS CONTAINING PERSONAL ATTACKS ON INDIVIDUALS.

EACH PERSON WILL HAVE THREE MINUTES TO PROVIDE COMMENTS TO THE BOARD. FOLLOW-UP TO PUBLIC QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS WILL BE ADDRESSED DURING THE SUPERINTENDENT'S COMMENTS AT THE NEXT SCHEDULED REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD AS APPROPRIATE. PLEASE NOTE THAT ONLY THE FIRST REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD IS AUDIO-TAPED.

YOU MAY PROVIDE COMMENTS CONCERNING NEW, REVISED, OR RESCINDED POLICIES DURING THE PUBLIC COMMENTS PORTION OF THIS AGENDA. IN ADDITION, YOU MAY SEND YOUR COMMENTS IN WRITING TO THE SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE. AT 10903 GRAVELLY LAKE DRIVE, LAKEWOOD, WASHINGTON 98499-1341. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CONTACT THE SUPERINTENDENTS OFFICE AT (253) 583-5190.

There were no public comments.

REPORTS FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT

SCHOOL REPORT: HARRISON PREPARATORY SCHOOL

The superintendent remarked on the student essays, artwork, science projects, and school work posted in the board room for display. The work provides a sense of the school community and the Board appreciates when schools bring artifacts for show. She thanked Harrison Prep staff for taking time to share their work.

Superintendent LeBeau introduced Principal Kevin Rupprecht who presented the Lt. Gen. William H. Harrison Preparatory School report. Mr. Rupprecht first worked in the school district in 2002-2007 as a teacher. He left for a couple of years and returned as the administrator for the Lakewood Career Academy for four years, then as assistant principal at Clover Park High School for two years before moving to Harrison Prep this year.

The school report included demographic information and assessment data. The rate of grade 6, 7 and 8 students meeting proficiency in 2015 was higher compared to 2016 in Smarter Balanced English Language Arts (ELA). Harrison Prep's Professional Learning Community is examining instructional practices, how students are evaluated and how to keep students moving forward while challenging them with rigor. The same result applies to Smarter Balanced math. The staff at Harrison Prep know their students can do better and they need to be more intentional by looking at strand data and continuing the cycle of ongoing evaluation of their own practices.

Principal Rupprecht reported that grade 8 Measurements of Student Progress (MSP) Science proficiency showed minimal change. The Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) data comparisons from 2015 and 2016 for grades 6, 7 and 8 did not meet expected growth for reading and math. The high school results were more promising and exceeded both the district and state scores in math and ELA.

In 2016, Harrison Prep was recognized as a School of Distinction. This is the second year running to receive this recognition. The four-year graduation rate at Harrison Prep is 100.0. To ensure the continuation of high graduation rates, staff are pushing for the International Baccalaureate (IB) Program College Readiness Program as well as the Diploma Program.

Principal Rupprecht shared successes and challenges at Harrison Prep. He identified as successes collaboration between the school and district office, school growth and the school successfully navigated AdvancedEd accreditation and IB MYP Reauthorization. This was also the first year for the DP cohort to complete the two-year program. Challenges include master scheduling and second order change. Staff look forward to receiving DP baseline data coming in July 2017.

The Board thanked Mr. Rupprecht for the school report. Vice President Jacobs asked Principal Rupprecht from where Harrison Prep draws its enrollment. He responded that the student population is drawn from across the district. In-district students have the first option to enroll, limiting the number of outside waivers. Harrison Prep has a wait list for all grade levels, both in-district and out. He anticipates that Harrison Prep's enrollment will reach 700 students next year. He noted that it's difficult to transfer into Harrison Prep's Diploma Program during the senior year. It's much easier during the junior year because the program is stretched over two years.

Director Wagemann said he was interested in learning what graduates are doing once they complete the program. He asked if students at Harrison Prep are being taught basic financial skills in order to manage their money. Principal Rupprecht acknowledged that students do receive this training as part of their program.

A few years ago, President Schafer was asked by the Board to become more knowledgeable about the IB program. He attended training with staff to learn about the Middle Years Program and found it to be a great investment for the community. He enjoys seeing how passionate and excited staff are regarding the program. Staff training is an important part of the IB program. Principal Rupprecht mentioned that when his staff attend IB training, they return and share the information learned so that Harrison Prep can grow all of its staff. This also allows the school to be good stewards of its resources.

SUPERINTENDENT COMMENTS

Last week was classified employees week across the district. Over 700 employees were recognized for their work supporting students by assisting in the classroom, driving buses, maintaining a safe and secure environment and providing administrative support and all those other duties as assigned. The superintendent thanked Harrison Prep and all Clover Park School District classified staff. The Board echoed their appreciation of classified employees.

There was one public comment last month during the February regular meeting. That person received a response in writing.

The superintendent shared the following highlights related to the Board goal areas:

Improve student achievement - Three Lakes students were recognized at the Puget Sound Educational Service District's 2017 Regional High School Art Awards. Two of the students were among 14 regional finalists and will advance to the State Art Show this spring and have their work on display at OSPI. The third student received the Pierce County Arts Commission award and her work was purchased and will be displayed at the county annex.

Three Clover Park High School students were recipients of the Act Six scholarship. The Act Six leadership development and scholarship program brings together diverse, multicultural groups of emerging urban leaders. Our students were selected in a rigorous three-month competition among more than 700 applicants.

The superintendent recently attended the Clover Park High School academic awards recognition. She reported that 347 (30%) students earned honor roll distinction in the first semester.

Ensure communication with all stakeholders- Community relations has distributed several press releases and more will be coming out in the next few days to update the community about the great news happening in Clover Park School District. The superintendent attended the annual Spring NAFIS conference in Washington DC and met with new legislative assistants for Heck, Kilmer, Murray and Cantwell. Rep. Smith's legislative assistant is not new. This trip is another investment in relationships with our Washington State legislators.

Promote a culture of supportive learning environment for students and staff -­ Across the district schools celebrated Dr. Seuss's birthday. Open Doors students visited Tyee Park to read with students. Initially, the students were not sure about what they could offer to younger students; it turned out to be an enjoyable experience for all grade levels. The high school students read and answered questions, and also helped organize files for teachers.

Community engagement - Parent conferences were held last week. Many of the secondary schools had student-led conferences. This helps parents understand how their student is doing by making them aware of their progress and goal setting. The Rotary Club sponsored a dinner at Tyee Park's parent night on February 23, and both Director Vlaming and the superintendent attended. The Kiwanis and other community sponsors hosted the Custer Books and Blankets event on March 2. Each student that attended went home with a new book free.

The assistant superintendent for elementary school's secretary spent time at the Early Learning Program during parent conferences to help parents figure out when and where to enroll in kindergarten.

Improve staff retention, recruitment and professional development - Each spring is the time we start gathering data about staff who intend to return or retire for the coming school year. To date, we've had a very good return of surveys. This helps tremendously with recruiting activities, which have increased quite a bit this year.

Secretarial staff received two professional development opportunities this year in the area of cultural competency and technical training. The secretarial staff are the front line for our families and the community. We also held a second round of training for substitute teachers. Having highly trained substitutes is important, and we want them to have the tools necessary to feel comfortable in their jobs.

On motion by Paul Wagemann, seconded by Carole Jacobs, the following resolution was adopted. Motion carried.

CONSENT AGENDA

17-066 Minutes: Regular Monthly Meeting of the Board, February 13, 2017; and Regular Meeting/Workshop of February 27, 2017
17-067 Waivers/Releases
17-068 Personnel Actions
17-069 Warrants
17-070 Canceled Warrants
17-071 Investment of Funds
17-072 Consultant Agreement - Soliant
17-073 Out-of-State Travel
17-074 Field Trip: DECA International Career Development Conference, April 25-30, 2017, Anaheim, California
17-075 Long-term Lease Agreement with Konica Minolta

17-066 Minutes: Regular Monthly Meeting of the Board, February 13, 2017; and Regular Meeting/Workshop of February 27, 2017

BE IT RESOLVED, That the minutes of the Board of Directors' regular meeting of February 13, 2017; and regular meeting/workshop of February 27, 2017, are hereby approved for recording.

17-067 Waivers /Releases

BE IT RESOLVED, That requests for interdistrict transfer for individual students are accepted or rejected, as indicated on Attachment A and made a part of the minutes of this meeting.

17-068 Personnel Actions

BE IT RESOLVED, That the Board issues contracts and accepts resignations, names and effective dates as indicated on Attachment B and made a part of the minutes of this meeting.

17-069 Warrants

BE IT RESOLVED, That the Board hereby approves issuance of warrants as follows:

Number Amount Date Issued
Payroll
General Fund
Direct Deposit $9,355,034.02 2/28/17
20229-20288 $1,997,260.19 2/28/17
20228 $699.56 2/13/17
Accounts Payable
General Fund
292465-292466 $1,765.00 2/24/17
292258-292464 $1,561,093.76 2/21/17
292213 $6,630.57 2/7/17
292049-292212 $6611769.46 2/6/17
Capital Projects Fund
292214-292226 $803,658.69 2/21/17
292008-292014 $907,202.25 2/6/17
Associated Student Body Fund
292227-292257 $21,746.87 2/21/17
292015-292048 $22,091.86 2/6/17

17-070 Canceled Warrants

WHEREAS, It has been determined that certain warrants are not viable;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Board hereby authorizes the Pierce County Budget and Finance Department to cancel the following warrants:

Number Amount Date Issued
General Fund-Payroll
None
General Fund-Accounts Payable
292293 $3,129.89 2/21/17
291142 $141.48 11/28/16
290678 $139.32 10/31/16
290607 $193.08 10/31/16
290001 $75.00 9/19/16
289365 $4.91 8/22/16
288594 $25.38 6/27/16
20207 $699.55 1/31/17

17-071 Investment of Funds

BE IT RESOLVED, that, in accordance with Board Policy 6120, the following funds were invested during the month of February 2017:

Date Invested Maturity Date Interest Rate Type* InvestmentAmount
General Fund
02/28/17 03/31/17 * * $16,900,000
Capital Projects Fund
02/28/17 03/31/17 * * $44,900,000
Debt Service Fund
02/28/17 03/31/17 * * $11,000,000
Associated Student Body Fund
02/28/17 03/31/17 * * $550,000
Private Purpose Trust Fund
02/28/17 03/31/17 * * $263,000
Transportation Vehicle Fund
02/28/17 03/31/17 * * $2,800,000

CD = Certificate of Deposit

FA= Federal agency securities purchased

WA=State of Washington Local Government Investment Pool

NOW=Negotiable Order of Withdrawal (Interest Bearing) Bank Account

*The month-end investment report had not been received from the County Treasurer prior to the preparation of this report. The type of investment and rate is not yet known for these investments during the month for this reason.

17-072 Consultant Agreement - Soliant

WHEREAS, Clover Park School District special education students must be provided with special education services which includes physical therapy, speech therapy, occupational therapy, and psychology services during the 2016-17 school year; and

WHEREAS, The district was unable to fill all educational staff associate (ESA) positions after advertising the vacancies;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Board authorizes the superintendent to continue a consultant agreement with Soliant to provide special education services for the 2016-17 school year and to increase the purchase order to purchase up to $270,000 for ESA services for students.

17-073 Out-of-State Travel

BE IT RESOLVED, That the Board hereby authorizes representation at the following meetings in accordance with relevant portions of Board Policy 6213:

Oregon Professional Education Fair, April 3-4, 2017, Portland, Oregon: Linda Krininger and Lori Liedes [Human Resources]; Megan Qualls [Dower]; and Sean Whalen [SpEd] (reimbursed through department funds)

University of Montana Career Fair, April 6-10, 2017, Missoula, Montana: Lori McStay [Human Resources]; Sheri Warrick [Oakbrook]; Sean Whalen [SpEd] (reimbursed through department funds)

New Mexico Career Fairs: New Mexico State University, Las Crusas, New Mexico and University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico, April 23-27 2017: Lori Liedes [ Human Resources]; Rebecca Sprague [Woodbrook]; and Jim Pfeiffer [Idlewild] (reimbursed through department funds)

DECA International Career Development Conference, April 25-30, 2017, Anaheim, California: Deb Shanafelt [CTE] and Randy Wilson [Lakes] (reimbursed through school and department funds)

Oregon Response to Instruction & Intervention Annual Conference 2017, April 26-28, 2017, Eugene, Oregon: Kristi Smith, Maria Flores, Erin Vidal, and Tess McCartan [Teaching & Learning]; Synette Melluzzo [Park Lodge]; and Greg Wilson [Lochburn] (reimbursed through Title 1 Part A funds and DoDEA grant funds)

Teaching Proficiency through Reading and Storytelling {TPRS) National Conference, July 16-22, 2017, San Antonio, Texas: Blane Gosselin and Ben Shultis [Lakes] (reimbursed through school funds)

17-074 Field Trip: DECA International Career Development Conference, April 25-30, 2017, Anaheim, California

WHEREAS, students from Lakes High School request approval for a field trip on April 25-30, 2017, to Anaheim, California, to participate in the DECA International Career Development Conference, April 25-30, 2017; and

WHEREAS, Travel costs will be paid by student fundraisers, donations, foundations, corporate/business sponsorships, plus any necessary student pay;

NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Board of Directors approves Lakes High School students for a field trip to Anaheim, California, April 25-30, 2017.

17-075 Long-term Lease Agreement with Konica Minolta

WHEREAS, the Clover Park School District has the need for multifunction printer, copier and scanning equipment throughout the district to support the learning environment; and

WHEREAS, public agencies in the State of Washington are authorized by RCW 28A.320 and RCW 39.34 to enter into cooperative agreements for various equipment, supplies and services. The Department of Enterprise Services has contract #05214 for multifunctional devices and related services; and

WHEREAS, purchasing has completed a formal review of cost, product and services with the aforementioned state bid awarded vendors and has negotiated a cost effective solution for the district fleet of multifunctional devices;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, the Board authorizes a long-term lease agreement through the Department of Enterprise Services for multifunctional copier equipment for (60) sixty months with Konica Minolta beginning April 2017.

INDIVIDUAL ACTION AGENDA

On motion by Carole Jacobs, seconded by Joe Vlaming, the following resolution was adopted. Motion carried.

17-076 Lakeview Hope Academy Building a Promise Scholarship Trust

WHEREAS, the Clover Park School District has received a donation in the amount of $100 from Benita Allen-Prince to establish a Building a Promise scholarship fund to be used for education-related expenses for selected fifth grade students at Lakeview Hope Academy; and

WHEREAS, Clover Park School District policy 6105 makes provision that schools may maintain scholarship and trust funds for the benefit of their respective student bodies, as accepted by the Board and in accordance with RCW 28A.320.030;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board hereby accepts with gratitude said gift and establishes the Building a Promise Scholarship trust.

On motion by Joe Vlaming, seconded by Paul Wagemann, the following resolution was adopted. Motion carried.

17-077 Adoption of Policies

WHEREAS, School Boards are empowered by RCW 28A.320.010 and RCW

28A.320.04 to formulate policy consistent within state statute, rules or regulations for the government and operation of the school district; and

WHEREAS, The policies listed below was created as new or revised and distributed, and has been reviewed for relevancy:

  • - 2162 Education of Students with Disabilities Under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973
  • - 3115 Homeless Students- Enrollment Rights and Services
  • - 3116 Students in Foster Care
  • - 4217 Effective Communication

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the above policies as written, shall become effective upon adoption by the Board of Directors.

MATTERS FOR DISCUSSION AND/OR INFORMATION

••Board Member Reports

Paul Wagemann - Director Wagemann reported that WSSDA continues to look after the school district's interests. He said this has been a tough year and the state needs to make a decision about McCleary soon because it will have an impact on school districts. He said the bottom line is every student is important and we want them to reach their promising future and we have to be involved in their future.

Director Wagemann attended the Kids Can Cook event. He was encouraged by parent participation. Immigration is a big issue in our country today, and he remarked that we have parents and staff from other countries who feel it is amazing to be in the United States. He said our nation is one of opportunity for all people and freedom means a lot. He thinks it's great that students in Clover Park School District are learning this also.

Joe Vlaming -President Schafer thanked Director Vlaming for going out to several schools during classified employees' week to encourage and recognize staff for the work they are doing. Director Vlaming remarked that he and the superintendent attended a Tyee Park reading event. He was glad to see a high level of parent involvement.

Becki Kelley - No report.

Carole Jacobs- Vice President Jacobs reminded Board members to complete their public disclosure paperwork by April 15.

Marty Schafer- President Schafer reported that a majority of the Board will be attending the annual National School Board Association conference. He noted the Washington State School Director Association regional meeting is scheduled for April 18; and the STEM fair awards recognition is on March 22.

..Executive Session

There was no executive session.

WRITTEN REPORTS FOR BOARD REVIEW

  • Investment Earnings, February 28, 2017
  • Enrollment, March 1, 2017
  • Budget Status Report, February 28, 2017
  • Food Services Participation Report, February 2017
  • Monthly Fiscal Report to Taxpayers, February 2017

7:00p.m. On motion by Carole Jacobs, seconded by Joe Vlaming, the meeting was adjourned.

Dr. Marty Schafer, President

Deborah L. LeBeau, Superintendent

16-17 Monthly Waiver Report Attachment A
February 28, 2017

APPROVED RELEASES:

Last Name First Name Grade Last Name First Name Grade
Baylis Tyrese 12 Houk Alyssa 04
Beal Charles 09 Johnson Derrick 12
Cales Camille 09 Jones Ashtyn 04
Christopher Paige 07 Mendoza Jacob 08
Colin-Barrera Jayda 07 Miller Jamin 12
Colt Jade 12 Munoz Devin 12
Douglas Cameron 12 Rennie Gabriella 09
Fixico Seneca GD Shipton Laraynce 01
Grimsley Dezabre 09 Simons Brendan 12
Hamilton Devin 11 Smith Landon 01
Harris Mckenzie P3 Sosa Alexandra GD
Hartz Brayden 07 WiveII Madison OS
Hedlund Kevin 12 WiveII Ethan 10
Houk Rylee 01 Zinevych Viktoriic K

APPROVED BETWEEN SCHOOLS TRANSFERS:

Last Name First Name Grade Last Name First Name Grade
Aquino Guerrero Darly 04 Miller Eric 02
Davidson Anthony 07 Ojeda Francisco 10
Fernandez Brady 03 Perez Marlee K
Flanigan Isis 04 Salvador Nathan 10
Kigozi Lionel OS Soto Mario 02
Leach Amelia 01 Spradlin Rebekka K
Leach Gretchen 03 Stoddard-Menza Devon 11
Lee Jada 10 Topasna Feh'Mani 03
Linson Alex 01 Wheeler Najeeve 04
Linson Leo 04 Yarbrough Max O5
Louis Zyriahn 10 Yarbrough Otto O5

APPROVED INTERDISTRICT TRANSFERS:

MONTHLY TOTAL

Entry to Clover Park SD 26 Transfers Between CPSD Schools 22
Released from Clover Park 28 YTD Transfers Between CPSD Schools 1,590
Monthly Subtotal 54
Number Released from Clover Park to Online Schools 5 17.86%
(Included in "Released from Clover Park" number above)

YEAR TO DATE TOTALS

Entry to Clover Park SD Released from Clover Park 624 34.71% Incoming 624
Released from Clover Park 1,174 65.29% Outgoing Less Still Enrolled 1,023
YTD Waiver Requests 1,798 100.00% Adjusted YTD Total 1,647
YTD Number Denied Entry to Clover Park 17 2.72%
YTD Number with signed Releases, that are still
enrolled. (Included in "Released from Clover Park" number above)
151 12.86%

CERTIFICATED PERSONNEL ACTIONS

ATIACHMENT B

NEW HIRES, PROVISIONAL CONTRACTS (Subject to the acceptable outcome of a criminal history records check) LETTERS OF INTENT ISSUED TO THE FOLLOWING:

Last Name First Name Location Position FTE Effective Date
Berry Ashley Cadre Teacher 1.0 3/1/17
Matthews Samantha Cadre Teacher 1.0 8/30/17
Nagy Jessica Cadre Teacher 1.0 8/30/17
Park Hae Ryung Lakes RN 1.0 2/8/17

RESIGNATION

Last Name First Name Location Position FTE Effective Date
Al-Tamimi Jane Custer Principal 1.0 6/30/17<
Blackburn Bryan Lakes Teacher 1.0 8/31/17
Goble Cheri Hillside Teacher 1.0 2/16/17
Nunez-Luna Carmelina Idlewild Teacher 1.0 8/31/17
Pearson Candice Carter Lake Teacher 1.0 3/13/17
Sorgenfrei Laura Four Heroes Teacher 1.0 8/31/17
Thompson Jarrett CPHS Teacher 1.0 8/31/17

RETIRE

Last Name First Name Location Position FTE Effective Date
Webster Kristi Lake Louise Principal 1.0 6/30/17

DECEASED

Billman Mary Student Services RN 1.0 2/25/17

CLASSIFIED PERSONNEL ACTIONS

NEW HIRES (Subject to the acceptable outcome of a criminal history records check)

Last Name First Name Location Position Hours Effective Date
Anderson Robyn HR Dept Clerk/Sub Coord 8.0 3/1/17
Evans Gregg Lakeview Paraeducator 6.0 2/21/17
Griffin Christina Lake Louise Paraeducator 6.0 2/23/17
Lee Michael CPHS Custodian 8.0 3/7/17
MontesDeOcaQuenga Carmen Park Lodge Clerk 4.0 2/14/17
Ray Wanda Beachwood LPN 6.0 2/22/17
Velez Laura Oakbrook Fmly lnvl Coord 1.0 2/14/17

RESIGNATIONS

Last Name First Name Location Position Hours Effective Date
Bell Kemi Lakes Food Svc Wkr 7.25 6/14/17
Dotson Jessica Lakes Food Svc Wkr 8.0 6/14/17
Gordon Arnie Evergreen LPN 7.0 3/17/17
Guzzo Jackson Operations Gardner 8.0 3/17/17
Habersetzer Elizabeth Hudtloff Clerk 7.0 3/10/17
Judd Kathleen Custer Paraeducator 6.0 2/23/17
Patterson Veronika CPHS Food Svc Wkr 4.0 2/21/17
Rink Debra Compensatory Dept Secretary 8.0 3/16/17
Spears Laura Hillside Paraeducator 6.0 2/24/17
Tat Lisa Four Heroes Paraeducator 6.0 1/5/17
Wilcox Donald Transportation Bus Router/Liaison 3.0 2/3/17

RETIREMENT

Last Name First Name Location Position Hours Effective Date
Burg Peggy Human Resources HR Specialist 8.0 3/17/17

CERTIFICATED & CLASSIFIED SUPPLEMENTAL CONTRACTS

COACHES 2016·17 SPRING

Last Name First Name Location Position Effective Date
Crawford Kelli Lakes Asst Softball Spring
Ebbs Patricia Lakes Asst Tennis Spring
McCoy Sheydan Lakes Asst Boys Soccer Spring
Molten David Mann Asst Girls Soccer Winter II
Silberman Dan Lakes Asst Baseball Spring

CLOVER PARK SCHOOL DISTRICT

Fiscal Report to our Taxpayers

Fiscal Year 2016-17

Preliminary February 2017
Enrollment Budgeted Annual Average Current* Enrollment Annual Average (10 mo avg) -Variance ­Budget-vs-Projected AAFTE
Full Time Equivalent (FI'E) w/out Running Start * 12,170.0 12,454.6 12,501.0 331
FTE for Running Start ** 86.0 120.3 120.7 35
Total FTE 12,256 12,574.9 12,621.7 366

* February Preliminary Enrollment

**Enrollment for cummt month not available until the 1Oth

STAFFING *As of Feb27, 2017 Adopted Staffing Budget Current* Staffing Variance over / <under> Budget
Certificated Staff. FTE 959.6 914.3 (45.4)
Est Salaries & Benefits $93,594,023 $89,170,460 ($4,423,563)
Classified Staff: FTE 518.8 533.6 14.8
Est Salaries & Benefits $42,448,236 $43,656,946 $1,208,710
Total Staff: FTE 1,478.4 1,447.8 (30.6)
Est.Salaries & Benefits $136,042,259 $132,827,406 ($3,214,853)

PROJECTED 2016-17 ENDING GENERAL FUND BALANCE

(DFM Non-Spendable-Inventory $ 512,500 DFM
$10,250,000
(DFM) Committed to Encumbrances $ 1,537,500
(DFM) Committed to Min FB Policy $ 8,200,000
Assigned to Carryover of Levy - Fiscal Stability 500,000
Unassigned (residual) $ 11,814,141
Projected Ending Fund Balance $ 22,564,141

CURRENT LEVY BALANCE

Beginning Balance $ 5,354,562
Plus:Year-to-Date Revenues 11,585,047
Less:Year-ro.Date Expenditures (10,987,402)
Current Balance $ 5,952,207 as of PreUmlnary February 2017