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CLOVER PARK SCHOOL DISTRICT

Regular Meeting of the Board

Clover Park Student Services Center, Room 4

May 8, 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

Councilperson Mary Moss presented the City Council remarks. Memorial services were held for Police Officer Grant and she hopes others will join her in keeping his family in their prayers. The city is looking to grow housing opportunities in Lakewood. Councilperson Moss said Lakewood has a high percentage of older housing stock and the city council is hoping to increase housing for the median market. Councilperson Moss said Tillicum is one of the poorest communities in Lakewood, yet it is rich in belief and pride of its community. The city is stepping up by approving new zoning that supports single and multiple home development in Tillicum, and will provide tax relief in order to provide resources for the average person. The City Council is targeting residential areas in the business district. There is a new 300-unit site in the Springbrook area, and two others sites pending which includes constructing a 208-unit on the mobile home lot. Sound transit will provide two additional roundtrips per day from Tacoma to Seattle in September. Work continues at Steilacoom Park. Service clubs continue to work hard to get a "pavilion" established in Lakewood. The council study session this evening will include discussion regarding a six-year transportation improvement program plan, mental health services in the community, and review of a new public art proposal on Gravelly Lake Drive and Washington Boulevard.

SPECIAL RECOGNITION

The Board of Directors recognized students Breanyah Mitchell, Youth of the Year, and Nyah Hall, Military Youth of the Year. The students were chosen as recipients of the top award by the Boys and Girls Clubs of Washington State Association. The students are the new teen representatives for the Boys & Girls Clubs in Washington and will be awarded college scholarships for $5,000. President Schafer presented the students with a Board Coin, the Board's highest recognition. He commended the students for their scholastic and community service successes over the past year.

PUBLIC COMMENT

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 MEETINGS 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 SUPERINTENDENTS OFFICE. AT 10903 GRAVELLY LAKE DRIVE, LAKEWOOD, WASHINGTON 98499-1341.1F YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CONTACT THE SUPERINTENDENTS OFFICE AT (253) 583-5190.

Cody Richards - Teacher Vern Mills and student Cody Richards invited the Board of Directors to the upcoming Track Star Invitational. Cody designed the logo for the event and it was displayed on posters and t-shirts.

Samantha Aguilar - Student Samantha Aguilar remarked on graduation walking requirements.

Erin Flores - Student Erin Flores remarked on graduation walking requirements.

Student Daianty Samuel arrived after the public comment portion of the agenda but did leave a remarks card regarding graduation walking requirements.

REPORTS FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT

SCHOOL REPORT: EVERGREEN ELEMENTARY

Superintendent Debbie LeBeau introduced Principal Diana Dix, who has been the principal of Evergreen Elementary School since 2001, and a district employee since 1984. Ms. Dix was a teacher and an assistant principal before taking on the principal role at Evergreen. Superintendent LeBeau remarked that a majority of the student population at Evergreen are special needs students. The school work displayed in the hallway and Boardroom included stories about being a military child and there was also work displayed from Life Skills students. Superintendent LeBeau also noted that that Evergreen was a School of Distinction in 2015 and 2016.

Principal Dix provided the Board with an update on the school that included demographics and assessment date. Evergreen has a school population of 425 students with a mobility rate of 27.76°/o (2015-16) and free & reduced lunch rate of 59.2%. Smarter Balance math proficiency comparing 2015 to 2016 shows an increase, while English language arts show a decrease. Reading RIT growth from fall 2015 to spring 2016 shows that students in grades 3, 4 and 5 exceeded expected growth. In math, they exceeded expected growth as well. iReady results for K-2 math looked very good, and Ms. Dix was able to provide Spring results that showed even better results that became available after the Board received a copy of tonight's presentation. The iReady K-2 reading showed improvement in Grade 1.

During early release days, staff at Evergreen have been focusing on Professional Learning Communities training. Evergreen holds weekly team meetings and discuss "How will we respond if they don't know the concept or if they already know the concept." Staff are also using building time to work on No Excuses University- Building Exceptional Systems book study, Bridge Builders: Connecting with all Students through Conversation book study, and work on Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) study and training.

Successes this year include moving into a brand new facility, well attended themed curriculum nights, and a strong extended day program. This is in addition to being recognized as a School of Distinction in 2015 and 2016. Challenges faced at Evergreen include how to provide school-wide support for all struggling learners in homerooms and support programs, how to offer continuity of learning with student mobility and multiple excused absences, and how to provide ongoing training and support for staff who work with students in crisis.

The Board president thanked Ms. Dix for her report. Vice President Jacobs also said she appreciated the update and remarked that the principal's pride was evident throughout the report.

SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT

Each month at the regular board meeting the superintendent remarks on the actions taken in relation to public comments at the beginning of her report. During the month of April, there were no public comments.

The week of May 1-5 was Education Appreciation Week. More than 900 certificated staff, counselors, teaching staff, nurses, librarians, deans, athletic directors, work hard to help students succeed in Clover Park School District.

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

Community engagement - The community judges who reviewed the Employee of the Year nominations and selected the finalists for Certificated, Classified and Administrative Employees of the year, invested more than 4.5 hours reviewing applications. St. Clare's Hospital showcased student photographs in a wonderful community partnership. The Clover Park High School (CPHS) photography teacher forwarded the student entries to the hospital and the work was judged and displayed. The photography teacher from CPHS worked with Lakewold Gardens to display student photographs. The photographs were sold benefiting the school and Lakewold Gardens. One photo was identified as the "Superintendent's Choice," and was later presented to the superintendent. The Clover Park Rotary delivered roses to school secretarial staff on Administrative Secretaries Day.

Improve student achievement - Clover Park High School held a wonderful Arts Festival in April that featured visual and performing arts of all kinds. Coming up on May 17, Lakes High School is hosting the annual Artasia Festival. Lochbum Middle School has a spring concert planned for May 17. The concert will be held in the Clover Park High School Performing Arts Center. The event has outgrown the middle school's facilities due to its popularity. This week, many students are hard at work taking the Advanced Placement testing.

Promote a culture of supportive learning environment for students and staff-The heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system in the student services center has been updated in order to create a better working environment. Healthy Youth Survey data was published and is now available. Each school is able to access their data. The superintendent will share the district results electronically with the Board soon.

Improve staff retention, recruitment and professional development - The superintendent reported that Doug Kemutt has returned to the district as the executive director of student support. This is a prime example of recruitment in action and we are fortunate to have Dr. Kernutt close out the last two months of this school year and next year. The Beginning Educator Support Team (BEST) mentors celebrated with 75 new teachers in the district. These teachers were recognized for making it almost to the finish line of their first year in teaching.

Ensure communication with all stakeholders- Starting with the 2017-18 school year, Clover Park School District will implement late start Wednesdays. As part of the change, parents were surveyed for their input. This survey was in addition to the Center for Educational Effectiveness survey that the district conducts every two years.

On motion by Paul Wagemann, seconded by Joe Vlaming, the following resolutions were adopted.

CONSENT AGENDA

17-087 Minutes: Regular Meeting of the Board of April 10, 2017, and Regular Meeting Workshop of the Board of April 24, 2017
17-088 Waivers/Releases
17-089 Personnel Actions
17-090 Warrants
17-091 Canceled Warrants
17-092 Investment of Funds
17-093 Out-of-State Travel
17-094 Annual Delegation of Authority to Washington Interscholastic Activities Association
17-095 Interdistrict Cooperative Agreement with Federal Way School District for 2016-17
17-096 Consultant Agreement- ProCare for 2016-17
17-097 Consultant Agreement- Top Echelon for 2016-17
17-098 Interdistrict Cooperative Agreement with Federal Way, Puyallup and Tacoma School Districts
17-099 Interdistrict Cooperative Agreement with Bethel, Eatonville, Fife, Federal Way, Franklin Pierce, Mary M. Knight, North Thurston, Olympia, Orting, Peninsula, Puyallup, Shelton, Steilacoom, Sumner, Tacoma, Tumwater, University Place, White River, and Yelm School Districts
17-100 Contractual Agreement with Fairfax Hospital, dba Northwest School of Innovative Learning
17-101 Contractual Agreement with Pierce County Community Connections
17-102 Authorization for Contracted Counseling Services for 2017-18 with Greater Lakes Mental Health
17-103 Interlocal Cooperative Agreement for Educational Services with Bates Technical College, 2017-18 School Year
17-104 Interlocal Cooperative Agreement for Educational Services with Clover Park Technical College, 2017-18 School Year
17-105 Interlocal Cooperative Agreement for Educational Services with Clover Park Technical College, Nursing Assistant Certified Program, 2017-18 School Year
17-106 Interlocal Cooperative Agreement for Educational Services with Pierce College, 2017-18 School Year

Resolution 17-087

Minutes: Regular Meeting of the Board of April 10, 2017, and Regular Meeting/Workshop of the Board of April, 24, 2017

BE IT RESOLVED, That the minutes of the Board of Directors' Regular Meeting of April10, 2017, and Regular Meeting/Workshop of April24, 2017, are hereby approved for recording.

Resolution 17-088

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

Resolution 17-089

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.

Resolution 17-090

Warrants

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

Number Amount Date Issued
Payroll
General Fund
Direct Deposit $9,287,074.27 4/28/17
20348-20409 $1,957,482.21 4/28/17
20347 $613.45 4/5/17
Accounts Payable
General Fund
292910-293088 $777,774.85 4/3/17
293089 $6,630.57 4/11/17
293119-293319 $1,250,970.02 4/17/17
293320 $3,957.1 4/21/17
Capital Projects Fund
292867-292880 $1,292,008.67 4/3/17
293090-293097 $49,568.04 4/17/17
Associated Student Body Fund
292881-292908 $17,000.28 4/3/17
293098-293117 $16,949.01 4/17/17
Transportation Vehicle Fund
292909 $249,604.78 4/3/17
Private Purpose Trust Fund
293118 $100.00 4/17/17

Resolution 17-091

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
19964 $253.70 9/30/16
19868 $240.31 8/31/16
19532 $52.00 3/31/16
19070 $0.49 9/11/15
General Fund-Accounts Payable
292269 $326.01 2/21/17
291089 $21.60 11/28/16
289930 $4.21 9/19/16
289581 $15.52 9/6/16
289537 $475.00 9/6/16
288709 $537.39 7/11/16
286608 $51.56 3/7/16
284490 $43.12 10/19/15
Associated Student Body Fund
292504 $45.00 3/6/17

Resolution 17-092

Investment of Funds

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

Date
Invested
Maturity
Date
Interest
Rate Type*
Investment
Amount

School Board Minutes, May 8, 2017 - page 7

General Fund

04/28/17 05/31/17 * *

Ca ital Proiects Fund

04/28/17 05/31/17 * *

Debt Service Fund

04/28/17 05/31/17 * *

Associated Student BodFund

04/28/17 05/31/17 * *

$17,000,000

$44,500,000

$11,400,000

$576,000

Private Purpose Trust Fund

04/28/17 05/31/17 * * $264,000

Transportation Vehicle Fund

04/28/17 05/31/17 * * $2,000,000

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.

Resolution 17-093
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:

AVID Summer Institute 2017, Orlando, Florida, June 25-28, 2017: Brian Laubach

[Deputy Superintendent] (reimbursed through department funds)

School Nutrition Association Annual Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, July 7-13,

2017: Pam Napier [Student Nutrition] (reimbursed though department funds)

Safe and Civil Schools National Conference, Portland, Oregon, July 16-20,

2017: Sean Schoenfeldt, Claire Ladner, Emily Harmon, Christina Lucas, Rachel Murray-Hearn, Angela Nance, Nicole Nordi, Chase H. Nordlund, Nina Osberg, Hannah Smith, Susan Cutberth, Natalie Mendez, Michelle Stoner and Patricia Mindas [Tyee Park] (reimbursed through Principals Professional Growth and Title 1 funds)

Professional Learning Communities as Work Institute, San Jose, California,

July 18-21,2017:4 staff from Teaching and Learning- To be named [Teaching

& Learning] (reimbursed through department funds)
School Board Minutes, May 8, 2017 - page 8

Resolution 17-094

Annual Delegation of Authority to Washington Interscholastic Activities

Association (WIAA)

WHEREAS, Chapter 32, Laws of 1975-76, 2nd Ex. Sess. Grants authority to each school district Board of Directors to control, supervise, and regulate the conduct of inter-school athletic activities and other inter-school extracurricular activities of an athletic, cultural, social, or recreational nature for students in the district; and
WHEREAS, Chapter 32, Laws of 1975-76, 2nd Ex. Sess. authorizes school district Board of Directors to delegate control, supervision, and regulation of any of the aforesaid activities to any voluntary, non-profit entity, and to compensate any such entity for services provided subject to the satisfaction of certain conditions and approval by the State Board of Education; and
WHEREAS, The WIAA is a voluntary, non-profit entity which has satisfied the conditions, expressly set forth in Chapter 32, Laws of 1975-76, 2nd Sess., and has further been approved by the State Board of Education in action taken on August
17, 1977;and
WHEREAS, The Board of Directors of the Clover Park School District being otherwise fully informed of the rules and regulations of the WIAA as approved by the State Board of Education and recognizing that said rules and regulations provide for private sponsorship of post-season tournaments for extracurricular activities by WIAA, consent to abide by such rules and regulations;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Board of Directors of Clover Park School District hereby delegates to the WIAA the authority to control, supervise, and regulate inter-school activities consistent with the rules and regulations of WIAA. The Board of Directors retains the right to establish eligibility standards that meet or exceed the rules and regulations of WIAA.

Resolution 17-095

lnterdistrict Cooperative Agreement with Federal Way School District

WHEREAS, The Clover Park School District provides services and programs for certain students with special education needs; and
WHEREAS, The Clover Park School Districts provides special education facilities and services for said students not provided by the following school districts:
Federal Way School District
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Board authorizes the superintendent to enter into an Agreement for lnterdistrict Cooperative Educational Services with the above listed school districts for fiscal year 2016-
17 to provide special education to said students;
School Board Minutes, May 8, 2017 - page 9
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the above named school districts agree to reimburse the Clover Park School Districts for excess costs not reimbursed by the State of Washington or by any other specific grant.
Resolution 17-096
Consultant Agreement - ProCare
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 ProCare to provide special education services for the 2016-17 school year and to increase the· purchase order to $216,000 for ESA services for students.
Resolution 17-097
Consultant Agreement- Top Echelon
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 Top Echelon to provide special education services for the 2016-17 school year and to increase the purchase order to $356,000 for ESA services for students.
Resolution 17-098
lnterdistrict Cooperative Agreement with FederalWay.Puyallup and Tacoma School
Districts
WHEREAS, The Clover Park School District has certain students with special education needs; and
WHEREAS, The following school district provides special education facilities and service for said students not provided by Clover Park School District:
Federal Way School District
Puyallup School District
School Board Minutes, May 8, 2017 - page 10
Tacoma School District
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Board authorizes the superintendent to enter into an Agreement for lnterdistrict Cooperative Educational Services with the above listed school district for fiscal year 2017-18 to provide special education to said students;
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Clover Park School District agrees to reimburse the above listed school districts for excess costs not reimbursed by the State of Washington or by any other specific grant.

Resolution 17-099

lnterdistrict Cooperative Agreement with Bethel, Eatonville, Federal Way, Fife, Franklin Pierce, Marv M. Knight, North Thurston, Olympia, Orting, Peninsula, Puyallup,Shelton, Steilacoom,Sumner,Tacoma, Tumwater,University Place,White River, and Yelm School Districts

WHEREAS, The Clover Park School District provides services and programs for certain students with special education needs; and
WHEREAS, The Clover Park School Districts provides special education facilities and services for said students not provided by the following school districts:
Bethel School District Eatonville School District Federal Way School District Fife School District
Franklin Pierce School District Mary M. Knight School District North Thurston School District Olympia School District
Orting School District Peninsula School District Puyallup School District Shelton School District Steilacoom School District Sumner School District Tacoma School District Tumwater School District
University Place School District
White River School District
Yelm School District
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Board authorizes the superintendent to enter into an Agreement for lnterdistrict Cooperative Educational Services with the above listed school districts for fiscal year 2017-
18 to provide special education to said students;
School Board Minutes, May 8, 2017- page 11
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the above named school districts agree to reimburse the Clover Park School District for excess costs not reimbursed by the State of Washington or by any other specific grant.
Resolution 17-100
Contractual Agreement with Fairfax Hospital, dba Northwest School of Innovative
Learning
WHEREAS, The Clover Park School District has certain students with special education needs; and
WHEREAS, Fairfax Hospital, dba Northwest School of Innovative Learning provides special education facilities and services for students not provided by Clover Park School District.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Board authorizes the superintendent to enter into an Agreement with Fairfax Hospital, dba Northwest School of Innovative Learning for the 2017-18 school year.
Resolution 17-101
Contractual Agreement with Pierce County Community Connections
WHEREAS, The Clover Park School District has certain birth to three students with special education needs; and
WHEREAS, Pierce County Community Connections provides special education facilities and services for students not provided by Clover Park School District.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Board authorizes the superintendent to enter into an agreement with Pierce County Community Connections for the 2017-18 school year to provide an educational program for Birth to Two students with special needs.
Resolution 17-102
Authorization for Contracted Counseling Services for 2017-18 with Greater Lakes
MentalHealth
WHEREAS, Clover Park School District has, for several years, contracted Greater Lakes Mental Health for supplemental counseling services for students; and
WHEREAS, The contract for counseling services is managed by the Clover Park
School District Student Services Department; and
WHEREAS, Greater Lakes Mental Health has both a strong record in partnering with Clover Park School District and is capable of providing quality services per the assignment;
School Board Minutes, May 8, 2017- page 12
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Board authorizes the establishment of a contract for counseling services for 2017-18 with Greater Lakes Mental Health in an amount not to exceed $245,000, which includes
$60,000 in DoDEA funds.

Resolution 17-103

Interlocal Cooperative Agreement for Educational Services with Bates Technical

College, 2017-18 School Year

WHEREAS, Each school district in the State of Washington is authorized by statute to participate in interlocal agreements to secure educational opportunities including vocational education programs not otherwise provided; and
WHEREAS, The Clover Park School District has determined that certain students may advantageously be enrolled in the Bates Technical College's job training programs;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Board approves the agreement in consideration of the mutual covenants and agreements contained therein for the 2017-18 school year.

Resolution 17-104

Interlocal Cooperative Agreement for Educational Services with Clover Park

Technical College, 2017-18 School Year

WHEREAS, Each school district in the State of Washington is authorized by statute to participate in interlocal agreements to secure educational opportunities including vocational education programs not otherwise provided; and
WHEREAS, The Clover Park School District has determined that certain students may advantageously be enrolled in the Clover Park Technical College's Running Start and Elective High School programs;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Board approves the attached agreement in consideration of the mutual covenants and agreements contained therein for the 2017-18 school year.

Resolution 17-105

Interlocal Cooperative Agreement for Educational Services with Clover Park

Technical College, Nursing Assistant Certified Program, 2017-18 School Year

WHEREAS, Each school district in the State of Washington is authorized by statute to participate in interlocal agreements to secure educational opportunities including vocational education programs not otherwise provided; and
WHEREAS, The Clover Park School District has determined that certain students may advantageously be enrolled in the Clover Park Technical College and Elective High School Nursing Assistant Certified program;
School Board Minutes, May 8, 2017 - page 13
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Board approves the attached agreement in consideration of the mutual covenants and agreements contained therein for the 2017-18 school year.
Resolution 17-106
Interlocal Cooperative Agreement for Educational Services with Pierce College,
2017-18 School Year
WHEREAS, Each school district in the State of Washington is authorized by statute to participate in interlocal agreements to secure educational opportunities including vocational education programs not otherwise provided; and
WHEREAS, The Clover Park School District has determined that certain students may advantageously be enrolled in the Pierce College's Running Start and Elective High School programs;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Board approves the attached agreement in consideration of the mutual covenants and agreements contained therein for the 2017-18 school year.
INDIVIDUAL ACTION ITEMS
On motion by Carole Jacobs, seconded by Joe Vlaming, the following resolution was adopted.
Resolution 17-107
Lakes High School Class of 1996 Alumni Educational Scholarship Trust
WHEREAS, the Lakes High School Class of 1996 Alumni Educational Scholarship Fund recognizes the importance of education to the future of our community and wishes to donate $1,000 to be used for two scholarships to fund higher education expenses for graduating seniors of Lakes High School; 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 Lakes High School Class of 1996
Educational Scholarship Trust.
SchoolBoard Minutes, May 8, 2017- page 14
On motion by Joe Vlaming, seconded by Becki Kelley, the following resolution was adopted.
Resolution 17-108
Out of District Transportation Services
WHEREAS, The Clover Park School District is mandated to provide out of district transportation services to meet the needs of special education programs; and
WHEREAS, The Transportation Department has projected these special services will exceed $100,000 in aggregate spending; and
WHEREAS, The Purchasing Department has solicited request for quotations from competing service providers to make available special needs student transportation services through competitive processes in accordance to federal law as well as compliance with RCW 28A.335.190;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Board authorizes a service contract with Transpro for an amount not to exceed $123,208 to include sales tax.
MATTERS FOR DISCUSSION AND/OR INFORMATION
••Board Reports
Carole Jacobs - No report. Becki Kelley - No report.
Paul Wagemann - Director Wagemann continues to participate in weekly telephone conference calls as a member of the Washington State School Directors Association (WSSDA) legislative committee to receive updates. He remarked that the recent regional meeting was one of the best ever had and said the meal provided by Sodexo was amazing. He added that the tour of the school and student participation represented Clover Park School District well.
Joe Vlaming - Director Vlaming said he spent time with Representative Dick Muri at Four Heroes Elementary and Harrison Preparatory School. He said Representative Muri was interested in touring the Open Doors Program.
Marty Schafer - President Schafer attended the Evergreen Elementary School grand opening.
••Executive Session
There was no executive session.
WRITTEN REPORTS FOR BOARD REVIEW
•Enrollment, May 2017

School Board Minutes, May 8, 2017- page 15

•Investment Earnings, April 30, 2017

•Budget Status Report, April 2017

•Food Services Participation, April 2017

•Fiscal Report to Taxpayers, April 2017

6:58 p.m. On motion by Paul Wagemann, seconded by Carole Jacobs, the meeting was adjourned.

Deborah L. LeBeau, Superintendent

School District

16-17 Monthly Waiver Report

April 30, 2017

Attachment A Clover Park School Board Agenda May 8, 2017

APPROVED RELEASES:

Last Name First Name Grade Last Name First Name Grade

Cisse Savanah 08 Jackson Rosario 06

Colon Cory 12 Kelly Ayden 12

De La Cruz Santiage Jeriel OS Maya Dean GO Dozier Anna 02 Mcevoy Donovan GO Edwards Lauren 11 Mchaney Sebastian 12

Gilliland Briena K Tenorio Olivia 03

Hernandez Santiagderemy 12 Varble Kyeran OS

Hwang lngeun 07

APPROVED BETWEEN SCHOOLS TRANSFERS:

Last Name

First Name

Grade

Last Name

First Name

Grade

Akissi

Gabriela

K

Martinez

Victor

04

Bradley

Kayden

OS

Mungia

Emiliana

03

Brown

Jayden

01

Mungia

Miguel

P4

Crail

Kaden

03

Osas

lsiah

11

Durrette

Damien

OS

Pierce

Emilia

01

Durrette

Zakyma

K

Rena

Jay'Sean

04

Gervacio-Yanez

Christian

OS

Roberts

Faith

08

Harris Guinane

Aleea

K

Santos

Melina

02

Hobbs

Serena

07

Skelton

Tristan

01

Hom

Photlida

06

Spencer

Isabella

03

APPROVED INTERDISTRICT TRANSFERS:

Last Name

First Name

Grade

Last Name

First Name

Grade

Castillo

Andy

12

Perez

Yuna

07

Donaldson

Christine

02

Perez

Ethan

04

Gumkowski

Madelyn

01

Santiago

Christian

09

Jackson-Ramirez

Nicholai

01

Santiago-Lopez

Brandon

04

Javines

Jordan

04

Schmidt

Judei

03

Negron

Skylar

04

Williams

Blake

11

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SchoolDistrict

16-17 Monthly Waiver Report Attachment A

Clover Park School Board Agenda

April 30, 2017 May 8, 2017

MONTHLY TOTAL

Entry to Clover Park SO 12

Released from Clover Park 15

Monthly Subtotal 27

Transfers Between CPSD Schools

YTD Transfers Between CPSD Schools

20

1,632

Number Released from Clover Park to Online Schools

(Included in "Released from Clover Park" number above)

1 6.67%

YEAR TO DATE TOTALS Entry to Clover Park SO Released from Clover Park

YTO Waiver Requests

670 35.13%

1,237 64.87%

1,907 100.00%

Incoming 670

Outgoing Less Still Enrolled 1,079

AdjustedYTDTotal 1,749

YTD Number Denied Entry to Clover Park

YTD Number with signed Releases, that are still

enrolled. (Included in "Released from Clover Park" number above)

20 2.99%

158 12.77%

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lCE8IIFICATED. _PERSONNEL ACTIONS_ .

ATTACHMENT B Clover Park School District Board Agenda May 8, 2017

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rr r;_tf :c"ec_kl ETTER'QF INT NT ISQ TQ _THE FOI., QWC t{G: _

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Last Name First Name Location Position FTE Effective Date

Anguiano

Kasandra

HR-Cadre

Teacher

1.0

8/30/17

Catahan

Janette

Four Heroes

Teacher

1.0

8/30/17

Gray

Brooke

HR-Cadre

Teacher

1.0

8/30/17

Hughes-Crosbie

Jamie

Beachwood

Teacher

1.0

8/30/17

Kurtz

Ray

Lakeview

Asst Principal

1.0

7/1/17

Laubach

Brian

Asst Superintendent

Asst Superintendent Secondary

1.0

7/1/17

McCartan

Tess

Teaching and Learning

Director

1.0

7/1/17

Perrell

Meredith

Four Heroes

Teacher

1.0

8/30/17

Rhue

Jennifer

HR-Cadre

Teacher

1.0

8/30/17

Smith

Kristi

Teaching and Learning

Executive Director

1.0

7/1/17

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Last Name

First Name

Location

Position

FTE

Effective Date

Althuisius

Laura

Rainier

Teacher

.5

6/6/17

Anderson

Gordon

Rainier

Counselor

1.0

8/31/17

Bouslaugh

Kelsey

Custer

Teacher

1.0

4/21/17

Bowen

Felecia

Meriwether

Teacher

1.0

8/31/17

Brown

Roxanne

Lakeview

Teacher

1.0

8/31/17

Conner

Lisa

Four Heroes

Teacher

1.0

8/31/17

Fischer

Mary

Harrison Prep

Teacher

1.0

8/31/17

Forbes

Allison

Lake Louise

Teacher

1.0

8/31/17

Gonzales

Gloria

Four Heroes

Teacher

1.0

8/31/17

Graves

Lori

Evergreen

Teacher

1.0

8/31/17

Gustafson

Karen

Tyee Park

Teacher

1.0

8/31/17

Harms

Tiffany

Hudtloff

Teacher

1.0

8/31/17

Havrilla

Joan

Evergreen

Teacher

1.0

8/31/17

Henry

Chelsea

Four Heroes

Teacher

1.0

8/31/17

Jedlicka

Alison

Beachwood

Teacher

1.0

8/31/17

Jivan

Deanna

Park Lodge

Teacher

1.0

8/31/17

Kaasa

Melissa

Custer

Teacher

1.0

8/31/17

Kaminski

Joni

Evergreen

Teacher

1.0

8/31/17

Kay

Robert

Harrison Prep

Teacher

1.0

8/31/17

King

John

CPHS

Teacher

1.0

8/31/17

Mercier

Rhiannon

Evergreen

Teacher

1.0

8/31/17

Morgenstern

Juli

Harrison Prep

Teacher

1.0

8/31/17

Morris

Shannon

Hillside

Teacher

1.0

8/31/17

Muller

Melanie

Custer

Teacher

1.0

8/31/17

NeeI

Anna

Lakeview

Teacher

1.0

8/31/17

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AITACHMENTB Clover Park School District Board Agenda MayS, 2017

Neff

Heather

Four Heroes

Teacher

1.0

8/31/17

Ojeda

Cassandra

Idlewild

Teacher

1.0

8/31/17

Parada

Laura

Lakeview

Teacher

1.0

8/31/17

Ramsey

Katherine

Meriwether

Teacher

1.0

8/31/17

Snowden

Audra

SPED

SLP

1.0

8/31/17

Sparks

Ashley

Carter Lake

Teacher

1.0

8/31/17

Spadafore

Allen

SPED

Psychologist

1.0

8/31/17

Stipek

Michael

Lake Louise

Teacher

1.0

8/31/17

Suce

Nohelia

CPHS

Teacher

1.0

8/31/17

Terrible

Jared

Lochbum

Teacher

1.0

8/31/17

Wark

Guadalupe

Harrison Prep

Teacher

1.0

8/31/17

Western

Marvin

HR-Cadre

Teacher

1.0

8/31/17

Wonner

Nicole

Custer

Teacher

1.0

8/31/17

Yorlang

Brianne

Lakeview

Teacher

1.0

8/31/17

Zielinski

Kris

Lakeview

Teacher

1.0

8/31/17

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Last Name First Name Location Position FTE Effective Date

Ayers

Kathleen

Meriwether

Library Media Specialist

1.0

6/30/17

Harrison

Janice

Meriwether

Teacher

1.0

6/30/17

Rodriguez

Felisa

Lakeview

Teacher

1.0

6/30/17

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Last Name First Name Location Position FTE Effective Date

Bender

Scott

Hudtloff

Teacher

1.0

8/31/17

5/4/2017 12:55 PM



ICLAS.SIFIED:PERSONNEL ACTIONS

ATIACHMENTB Clover Park School District Board Agenda May 8, 2017

!NEW HIRES _(Subjto thacce ptable 01Jtcome of a criminalhistory records h ck)

Last Name

First Name

Location

Position

Hours

Effective Date

Conley

Charity

Compensatory Programs

Technician

8.0

5/8/17

Conley II

Lawrence

Lochburn

Paraeducator

6.0

4/24/17

Dilworth

Joy

Carter Lake

Asst Secretary

3.0

4/12/17

McCoy

Sheydan

Four Hereos

Temp Paraeducator

6.0

5/1/17

Meloche

Maryann

Tyee Park

Paraeducator

6.0

4/25/17

Ramsey

Jasmyne

Dower

Paraeducator

6.0

4/12/17

Riley

Tiffany

Evergreen

LPN

7.0

5/10/17

Roffler

Kelli

CP Early Learning

Family Support Spclst

7.0

5/1/17

Thomas

Cynthia

Oakbrook

Paraeducator

3.0

4/17/17

Wells

Julie

Financial Services

Buyer

8.0

5/8/17

lRESIGNATIONS

Last Name

First Name

Location

Position

Hours

Effective Date

Edwards

Andrea

Evergreen

Paraeducator

6.0

5/5/17

Haroon

Fatima

Hillside

Paraeducator

6.0

6/14/17

Maglio

Jacqueline

Evergreen

Clerk

8.0

6/14/17

Mendoza

Brandi

Carter Lake

Paraeducator

6.0

5/30/17

Pack

Kelli

Evergreen

Paraeducator

6.0

5/31/17

[RETIREMENT

Last Name

First Name

Location

Position

Hours

Effective Date

Dilley

Janice

Woodbrook

Paraeducator

6.0

6/30/17

Jones

Trena

Custer

Secretary

8.0

7/31/17

5/2/2017 5:15PM

CERTIFICATED & CLASSIFIED SUPPLEMENTAL CONTRACTS COACHES 2016-17 SPRING

ATTACHMENT B Clover Park School District Board Agenda May 8, 2017

Last Name Johnson Kuaea

First Name

Mark

Tusalava

Location

Mann

Lakes

Position

Asst Track

Asst Track

Effective Date

Spring

Spring

S/2/2017 5:14 PM

CLOVER PARK SCHOOL DISTRICT

Fiseal Report to our Taxpayers

Ffseal Year 2016-17

PreHmfnary Apri12017

ENBOLLMENT

Full Time Equivalent (FfE) w/out Running Start • FI'E for Running Start ••

Total FTE

Budgeted Annual Average

12,170.0

86.0

12,256

Current*

Enrollment

12,258.9

illJ!

12,379.9

Annual Average

(10 mo avgl

12,484.6

123.5

12,608.1

-Varianee· Budget-vs­ Proleeted AAFTE

315

38

352

May Preliminary Enrollment

••Enrollmentforcu"ent month not available until the lOth

§IAFFIN

• As of May J, 2017

Adopted Staftlng B!!dgU

Current*

Staffing

Variance over I <under> Budget

Certificated Staff:

FTE

959.6

909.3

(50.4)

Est. Salaries & Benefits

$93,594,023

$88,682,790

($4,911,233)

Classified Staff: FI'E 518.8 528.6 9.8

Est. Salaries & Benefits

$42,448,236

$43,253,564

$805,328

Total Staff':

FrE

1,478.4

1,437.9

(40.5)

Est. Salaries & Benefits

$136,042,259

$131,936,353

($4,105,906)

PROJECTED 2016-17 ENDING GENERAL FUND BALANCE

(DFM) Non-spendable - Inventory $ 512,500

(DFM) Commiucd to Encumbnmccs $ 1,537,500 DFM

Committed to Min FB Policy $ 8,200,000 s 10,250,000

(DFM)

Assigucd to Carryover of Levy • Fiscal Stability 3 3,300

Unassigned (residual) $ 1119802841

Projected Ending Fund Balance $ 22,564,141

CURRENT LEVY BALANCE

Beginning Balance

Plus: Year-to-Date Revenues Less: Year-to-Date Expenditures Current Balance

$ 5,354,562

20,903,446 (14,653,467)

S 11,604,541 as of PreUmlnary AprU 2017