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CLOVER PARK SCHOOL DISTRICT

Regular Meeting of the Board

Clover Park Student Services Center, Room 4

November 14, 2016

 

MINUTES

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

6:00 p.m.          President Marty Schafer called to order the Regular Meeting of the Board and asked the audience to stand for a moment of silence to honor the 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. She provided the following updates about businesses in Lakewood: 1) Black Bear, a family restaurant, has opened at the Great American Casino; 2) Happy Teriyaki is planning to rebuild after the building burned down last year in June; 3) H&L Produce is expanding its market; and 4) Marriott is building a 120-unit tower suite off Pacific Highway.

The City of Lakewood is celebrating its 20th anniversary and with that will showcase a new and improved tree for the annual Christmas Tree lighting on December 2. The lighting begins after dark, usually around 4:30-5:30 p.m. On December 10, the city is hosting the annual Jingle Bell five-mile run. This year, there will also be a one-mile run for kids. The City is hosting the 14th annual Martin Luther King Jr. celebration on January 14 at the Sharon McGavick Center. The celebration will begin at 10 a.m.

Last July, the City Council approved development for a new street corridor at Whitman, Gravelly Lake and Bridgeport. The design selected by the City Council includes the development of a plaza to the Colonial Theater and street parking on both sides of the road. There will also be redevelopment off Gravelly Lake Drive. This redevelopment was overwhelmingly supported by the public. It will be a wonderful gathering place for people within the city and for those who visit Lakewood to shop and enjoy family time.

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 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 SUPERINTENDENT’S OFFICE AT (253) 583-5190.

Tammera Bradley – Ms. Bradley, a teacher at Woodbrook, remarked on the recent article in the Tacoma News Tribune about Woodbrook’s possible closure. One of her students began a petition encouraging the Board to keep Woodbrook open –

about 70 signatures have been gathered so far. She added that with 56 staff and 496 students at Woodbrook, everyone is very concerned about moving to other schools or in the case of some employees a possible job loss.

Miriam Robinson – Ms. Robinson, a teacher at Woodbrook, said the Woodbrook community is aware of the Tacoma News Tribune article concerning the possible closure of Woodbrook and is waiting for a response from the Board. She asked President Schafer if he would like to respond to that. She added that many people are still unaware of the possible closure.  This weighs heavily on the hearts and minds of those who are aware. While she realizes the Board has said in the past that no decision has been made, it’s a natural conclusion for those who have been following the Facilities Advisory Committees minutes that the school will be closed. The committee has not identified an option for Woodbrook to stay open. She added that most staff assume they will be split between Mann and Lochburn. She asked the Board to address those concerns as soon as possible. Many at Woodbrook already have a challenging job—this news has made it increasingly difficult.

Georjina Soliai – Miss Soliai is a Clover Park School District student who previously attended Woodbrook. She shared that she also read the newspaper and is concerned about what will happen to Woodbrook. She noted that being a Woodbrook Wildcat has given her a strong sense of leadership and sportsmanship. She said she understands there is an issue with the cost to bring the school up to standard, but feels that is not a good enough reason to close the school. She added there have been lots of rumors about where everyone will go. She said she cannot help but think about what will happen to Woodbrook.

Board President Schafer clarified that the purpose of public comment is not to dialog. Those who provide comments receive a response from the district. He added that prior to this meeting, the Board met for about 1 hour and 45 minutes reviewing possible options, again. They are reviewing every option in order to make the best decision possible for students in Clover Park School District. President Schafer said he appreciates hearing from teachers and students who are so articulate and passionate about this issue. He thanked student Georjina Soliai for sharing her remarks.

Reports from the Superintendent

SCHOOL REPORT: TILLICUM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Superintendent LeBeau introduced Principal Jeff Miller who presented the Tillicum School report. She remarked on the incredible school work posted in the outside hall and board room. It’s clear that the principal and staff carefully selected items to display for the Board. Superintendent LeBeau recently visited Tillicum with a board member and recalls seeing some of the work displayed at the school.

Mr. Miller provided demographic and assessment data for the Board to consider. Tillicum has a student population of approximately 356 students. Of that number 93% of its students qualify for free and reduced lunch, mobility is 13.79%, the English language learner population is 23% and the Special Education rate is 12.9%.

Mr. Miller and his staff crafted a new school mission. The mission of Tillicum Elementary School is “High levels of learning for all students.” This will be achieved through collaboration, accountability and relationships.

As Mr. Miller presented the assessment data, he noted successes and identified areas where there is a sense of urgency. There has been a notable decline in both English language arts and math proficiency over a two-year period. He said this could be attributed to significant staff turnover and a high number of new teachers at Tillicum. Mr. Miller said his new teachers are learning rapidly and doing a wonderful job.  He added they are doing this without the mentorship of more experienced teachers in the school as there are none available. He is proud and grateful for his staff.

Mr. Miller also presented iReady results for K-2 students. Staff are working diligently to ensure that students in grades K-2 are where they need to be at the end of the school year. The master schedule was changed to focus on intervention and enrichment opportunities for students. In reading there are 60-minutes of core reading at grade level followed by 30-minutes dedicated towards students working on intervention or enrichment materials. There are also opportunities through Communities in Schools of Lakewood for students in Grades 3, 4 and 5 to build on their skills after school.

Building time is spent reporting out data and increasing the use of graphic organizers schoolwide. Mr. Miller provided a tree map format to show how the work they are doing is related.

Tillicum staff have engaged the community through volunteerism, participation in the STEM fair, student led conferences, participation in the Tillicum/Woodbrook neighborhood association, use of Skyward, participation in the parent involvement team, coffee with the principal, state testing awards night, music and art fair, family health fair and Lego robotics night.

Vice President Jacobs remarked that it’s been several years since she’s been to Tillicum. When visiting the school recently, she had the opportunity to see Mr. Miller’s office which has a huge data wall. His staff use his office for a break area so the teachers can have access to the wall of data in his office and to open classroom space for the fine arts teacher.  Before he did this, the fine arts teacher had to move her materials between classrooms throughout the day. Vice President Jacobs also noticed the school’s physical environment is much nicer, brighter. She was pleased with her school visit overall.

FINANCIAL REPORT: YEAR-END

Administrator for Business Services and Capital Projects Rick Ring presented the year-end financial report. He discussed general fund revenues, expenditures and provided the ending fund balance for the 2015-16 school year.

FINANCIAL REPORT: YEAR-TO-DATE

Administrator for Business Services and Capital Projects Rick Ring presented the year-to-date financial report. He discussed enrollment, staffing, revenues and expenditures. He also discussed budget impact anticipated for the coming year.

SUPERINTENDENT REPORT

The superintendent shared with the audience that contact was made with citizens who provided public comment at the October Meeting. Comments were from a Woodbrook teacher, a former student and a current student all advocating against the closure of Woodbrook; two teachers advocating to attend a national science conference; and a former teacher who asked about consequences for students who participated in a protest.

In the superintendent’s report to the Board, she provided an update on board goals including:

Student Achievement – The superintendent recently visited Tyee Park with Assistant Superintendent Ron Banner to recognize staff and students for student achievement gains over the last few years. This was followed by a cupcake celebration. With regard to the recent parent conferences, there is a lot of detail and preparation that goes into making sure student led conferences are successful. Not only does the student data need to be available, students also need to prepare so they can present their learning to parents. The superintendent observed one afternoon of parent conferences at Clover Park High School. She said quite a number of parents were present and they brought younger siblings of high school students.

Communication with All Stakeholders – The superintendent recently attended a monthly Chamber of Commerce meeting and said the guest speaker was a Lt. Col. From JBLM. He shared numerous photos of soldiers participating in school events and also students interacting with the soldiers. It was nice to see a non-district person showcasing our schools in a positive way and highlighting the partnership.  His own children attend a school on JBLM also.

The superintendent mentioned that she has served on the Lakewood Promise Executive Board for the last 11 years. The executive board provides a report to city council on an annual basis and this time one of the executive board members told the superintendent that the City Council said it was very appreciative that Clover Park School District allows the city to share its printed newsletters through the schools.

Supportive Learning Environment – In promoting a culture of a supportive learning environment, middle schools have continued with the “middle schools count” begun in 2015-16. As part of the initiative, high school administrators and counselors went to the middle schools to speak to students and parents to discuss how important it is to do well in 8th grade in order to be successful in high school. The district has also begun a Behavior Initiative Assistance Team. This is a new structure that was put in place this school year to teach appropriate student behaviors and support staff. Staff for this support is funded out of basic education and special education funds.

Community Engagement – Parent surveys for high school accreditation were completed last week. In order to have a high level of participation, school staff had parents fill out the while at the school for parent/teacher conferences.

Staff Retention, Recruitment and Performance – The district is actively recruiting student teachers and attempting to get contracts signed before the end of January. Four Heroes honored their very own staff who are Veterans at this year’s Veterans Day assembly. It was a pleasant surprise to see two staff members as keynote speakers. They prepared a slide show showing a connection to each staff member and their family connection to a Veteran. Seven hundred students sat on the gym floor to observe the event. Parents in the audience had good control of their children, and those students who needed to quiet down became immediately silent when they saw a parent give the signal.

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

CONSENT AGENDA

17-025   Minutes: Regular Meeting of the Board, October 10, 2016, Special Meeting/Workshop, October 14, 2016 and Regular Meeting/Workshop, October 24, 2016

17-026   Waivers/Releases                                                                                 

17-027   Personnel Actions

17-028   Warrants

17-029   Canceled Warrants

17-030   Investment of Funds

17-031   Out of State Travel

17-032   Consultant Agreement – New Care Concepts

17-033   Authorization for Contracted Counseling Services for 2016-17 with Greater Lakes Mental Health

Resolution 17-025

Minutes: Regular Monthly Meeting of the Board, October 10, 2016, Special Meeting/Workshop, October 14, 2016, and Regular Meeting/Workshop, October 24, 2016

               BE IT RESOLVED, That the minutes of the Board of Directors’ regular meeting of October 10, 2016, special meeting/workshop, October 14, 2016, and regular meeting/workshop, October 24, 2016, are hereby approved for recording.


Resolution 17-026

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 17-027

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 17-028

Warrants

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

               

Payroll Number Amount Date Issued
General Fund

Direct Deposit

$9,825,771.62

10/31/16

19971-20035

$1,977,146.06

10/31/16

19968-19970

$543.09

10/7/16

Accounts Payable
General Fund
 

290305-290479

$1,292,655.45

10/17/16

 

290109-290269

$474,502.92

10/3/16

Capital Projects Fund
 

290270-290279

$3,426,126.43

10/17/16

 

290062-290068

$139,411.23

10/3/16

 

290069-290108

$30,459.18

10/3/16

Associated Student Body Fund
 

290280-290303

$15,859.43

10/17/16

Private Purpose Trust Fund
 

290304

$150.00

10/17/16

 

290061

$100.00

10/3/16

Resolution 17-029

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
  289841 $75.00 9/19/16
 

289939

$75.00

9/19/16

  289997 $75.00 9/19/16
  289828 $40.99 9/19/16
  289850 $8.07 9/19/16
 

286023

$40.00

1/25/16

Resolution 17-030

Investment of Funds

BE IT RESOLVED, that, in accordance with Board Policy 6120, the following funds were invested during the month of October 2016:

Date
Invested
Maturity
Date
Interest
Rate
Type* Investment
Amount

 General Fund

10/31/16

11/30/16

*

*

$12,300,000

Capital Projects Fund

 10/31/16

 11/30/16

 *

 *

 $28,200,000

 Debt Service Fund

 10/31/16

 11/30/16

 *

 *

 $13,600,000

  Associated Student Body Fund

 10/31/16

 11/30/16

 *

 *

 $575,000

 Private Purpose Trust Fund

 10/31/16

 11/30/16

 *

 *

 $267,000

 Transportation Vehicle Fund

 10/31/16

 11/30/16

 *

 *

 $2,250,000

               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 17-031

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:

               There is no out of state travel.

Resolution 17-032

Consultant Agreement – New Care Concepts

WHEREAS, Clover Park School District special education students must be provided with special education services which include nursing services during the 2016-17 school year; and

WHEREAS, New Care Concepts provides one-on-one nursing services for medically fragile students.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Board authorizes the superintendent to enter into a consultant agreement with New Care Concepts to provide special education services for the 2016-17 school year not to exceed $200,000 for one-on-one nursing services for medically fragile students.

Resolution 17-033

Authorization for Contracted Counseling Services for 2016-17 with Greater Lakes Mental Health

 

WHEREAS, Clover Park School District has, for several years, contracted Greater Lakes Mental Health for supplemental counseling services for students; and

WHEREAS, Clover Park School District has been awarded a DoDea grant to provide additional counseling services at Harrison Preparatory Academy, Lakes High School, Mann Middle School and Woodbrook Middle School.

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;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Board authorizes the establishment of a contract for counseling services for 2016-17 with Greater Lakes Mental Health in an amount not to exceed $245,000.

INDIVIDUAL ACTION AGENDA

On motion by Carole Jacobs, seconded by Becki Kellcy, the following resolution was adopted.

Resolution 17-034

Procurement of Student Computer Laptops and Carts

WHEREAS, Teaching and Learning has determined to improve K-12 student achievement by utilizing technology as associated supporting methods with the purchase of PC laptop systems; and

WHEREAS, The District membership with Washington School Information Processing Cooperative (WSIPC) provide comprehensive data solutions through bid process in accordance with RCW 28A.335.190; and

WHEREAS, Information Technology has determined the systems that are compatible with the network and software in use are offered through Washington State Information Processing Cooperative (WSIPC) state contract No. 14-01 or through other state or inter-local contracts; and

WHEREAS, The funding sources for the recommended technology devices are DoDEA Invitational and PSA Grants; and

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Board authorizes the purchase of laptop computers not to exceed $150,000.

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

Resolution 17-035

Information Technology- WSIPC Skyward Student System

WHEREAS, Skyward (WSIPC) is the current CPSD Student software system since 2012; and

WHEREAS, The District contract with WSIPC provides the software through bid process in accordance with RCW 28A.335.190: and

WHEREAS, The renewal of an annual software agreement for aforementioned software solution through WSIPC on behalf of CPSD is both appropriate and prudent; and

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Board authorizes the annual service agreement to WSIPC, not to exceed $105,000.

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

Resolution 17-036

Authorization to Approve the 2016-17 School Improvement Plans

                                                                                            

WHEREAS, The state board of education has a requirement for districts to meet their basic education allocation; and

WHEREAS, The requirement requires school districts to assure that each school has a school improvement plan or process in place; and

WHEREAS, Each school improvement plan must be data driven and have “a positive impact on student learning;” and

WHEREAS, Each plan must address elements outlined in the rules, and can focus on other elements the district assigns or the school wishes to emphasize; and

WHEREAS, Each school improvement plan and annual review must be based on a self-review at the building level, and the self-review must include the “active participation and input” of building staff, students, parents and community members; and

WHEREAS, Each school building school improvement plan must be approved by the district’s board of directors; and

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the board of directors of the Clover Park School District, upon the recommendation of the superintendent, approves the school improvement plans for the following schools in Clover Park School District for the 2016-17 school year:


Elementary Schools

Beachwood

Carter Lake

Custer

Dower

Evergreen

Four Heroes

Hillside

Idlewild

Lake Louise

Lakeview

Meriwether

Oakbrook

Park Lodge

Rainier

Tillicum

Tyee Park

Middle Schools

Hudtloff

Lochburn

Mann

Woodbrook

Special Programs

Harrison Preparatory (6-12)

Oak Grove/Firwood

High Schools

Clover Park

Lakes

MATTERS FOR DISCUSSION AND/OR INFORMATION


  • Board Member Reports

Paul Wagemann: Director Wagemann reported that schools did a great job honoring Veterans. He attended two school Veterans Day celebrations, one at Harrison Preparatory School and the other at Custer Elementary. The Harrison Preparatory School had a female Veteran as the keynote speaker and she did an outstanding job.

  • Executive Session

7:20 p.m.       The Board recessed and moved into executive session for approximately 30 minutes to discuss a legal matter.

WRITTEN REPORTS FOR BOARD REVIEW

  • Investment Earnings, October 31, 2016
  • Enrollment, November 1, 2016
  • Food Services Participation Report, October 2016
  • Preliminary Fiscal Report to Taxpayers, October 2016

7:50 p.m.       Following its executive session, the Board reconvened. No members of the public were present, or had been since the public meeting was recessed.

7:51 p.m.       On motion by Joe Vlaming, seconded by Carole Jacobs, the meeting was adjourned.

16-17 Monthly Waiver Report
October 31, 2016

Attachment A
Clover Park School Board Agenda
November 14, 2016

APPROVED RELEASES:        
             
Last Name First Name Grade   Last Name First Name Grade
Adams David 12   Martin Chloe 08
Alverio Zoya GD   Melgoza Mario 06
Andrews Tatyanna 04   Mendez Lilyrain 02
Andrews Aaidan P4   Middleton Adriana 01
Arnst Annabelle 06   Middleton Asia 05
Barnes Isaiah 03   Nguyen Tai GD
Boothby Landon 01   Phillips Collin 09
Collins Jah-Ree 08   Pope Michael 11
Collins Zaimorrin 09   Robinson Nia GD
Cooper-Payne Judah 12   Ross Brooks 06
Cortez Jalen 11   Schultz Averie 07
Crow Ethan 05   Smith L'Zhaun K
Curiel-Sprague Carlos 11   Trujillo Adriyella 06
Davila Ivan 12   Tuufuli Angeline 11
Dodson Jonnie 05   Valadez Alex 09
Eufracio Mari GD   Vallejos Perez Yoselin 01
Jacobsen Dyami 01   Ward Jesus 08
Jennings Emma 11   Ward M GD
Kenward Dalarah 03   White-Loredo Roque P5
Ledesma Ariana 06   Wiles Taliah K
Livingston Shanell 10   Williams Nathaniel 07
Madronio Whynzjet GD   Williams Jalen 11
Marnocha Mallory 09   Witham Brandi 09
Marquez Colt 01   Zeleski-Danner Alicya 12
Marquez Demi 05        
             
             
APPROVED BETWEEN SCHOOLS TRANSFERS:
             
Last Name First Name Grade   Last Name First Name Grade
Aldan Yoshi Marie 09   Guzman Renee 12
Anderson Khari 09   Hurlbut Kaylee 05
Bakewell Kolbe 11   Johnson Brandon 02
Brashear Charles 10   Kinere Maven-Tommy 03
Cadwallader Gaven 01   Koppes Kennedy 03
Campos Guzman Oswaldo 10   Liescke Anamarie 12
Chang Paris 03   Malawo Makani 08
Chase Xylee 01   Mason Ethan 04
Cortes Ashley 07   Montoyo Gabriela 10
Deleon Sofia 10   Morales Marquez Brian 06
Downing Elijah 01   Morales Marquez Jason 07
Downing Kadence K   Morris Marissa 10
Faircloth Phoebe 08   Morris Christian Rose K
Greeney Jamie 10   Naisher Edwin 10
Oliver Jr Ronald 11   Rose Abigail 11
Orozco Eduardo 07   Simpson Kaila 09
Ponce Amiaih 09   Sims Rainbow 07
Prince Isabella 10   Staples Dominic K
Pritchard Timoteo 09   Sueoka Tanner 02
Proper Sade 03   Torres Adrianna 09
Reynolds Kalani 04   Tronco Michelle 10
Rogers Ella 11   Valdez Maya 05
             
             
APPROVED INTERDISTRICT TRANSFERS:  
             
Last Name First Name Grade   Last Name First Name Grade
Alvarado Garcia Liliana 10   Morales Ciyann 07
Alvarado Garcia Vilma 12   Morales Garcia Agueda 12
Barber Timothy 01   Mowatt Trevor 01
Barber Makenzie 05   Nelson Michael 12
Barber Makayla 03   Newton Ciona 12
Bennett Destiny 10   Poindexter Francis Nicolas 11
Blankenship Keegan 01   Ramos Brisa 09
Del Rosario Regan 12   Ramos-Orozco Guadalupe 11
Dunlap Elias 02   Rivera Reginald 12
Dunlap Johannes 04   Ronhovde Krystal 11
Dunlap Miriam K   Savage Kali 09
Ebengho Sabrina 12   Simpson John 07
Garcia-DeJesus Antonio 10   Soika Austin 11
Garcia-Garcia Yamileth 09   Sturgis Star 10
Halstedt Mc Kenna K   Velasquez Matias 10
Joy Earl 07   Velez Anaya 12
Mccleod Alejandro 02   Wright Emily 11
Mccormick Karla 06        
             
             
MONTHLY TOTAL            
Entry to Clover Park SD 35   Transfers Between CPSD Schools 44
Released from Clover Park 49   YTD Transfers Between CPSD Schools 1,523
Monthly Subtotal   84        
Number Released from Clover Park to Online Schools   16 32.65%
(Included in "Released from Clover Park" number above)      
             
YEAR TO DATE TOTALS          
Entry to Clover Park SD 559 36.18% Incoming 559
Released from Clover Park 986 63.82% Outgoing Less Still Enrolled 853
YTD Waiver Requests 1,545 100.00% Adjusted YTD Total 1,412
             
YTD Number Denied Entry to Clover Park     14 2.50%
YTD Number with signed Releases, that are still   133 13.49%
enrolled. (Included in "Released from Clover Park" number above)    

CERTIFICATED PERSONNEL ACTIONS

           
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
Alston Natalie Evergreen Teacher 1.0 11/2/16
Arnquist Elizabeth Woodbrook Teacher 1.0 TBD
Campbell Jeffrey Tyee Park Teacher .5 10/19/16
Corvin Leah Idlewild Teacher .5 11/1/16
           
           
           
RESIGNATION          
Last Name First Name Location Position FTE Effective Date
Dixon Jennifer CPHS Counselor 1.0 11/22/2016
Longtin Heather Evergreen Teacher 1.0 12/9/16
           
           
           
RETIRE/REHIRE          
Last Name First Name Location Position FTE Effective Date
Young Bruce Lochburn Teacher 1.0 10/19/16

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
Allen Grace Mann Paraeducator 6.0 10/31/16
Black Nikita CPHS Paraeducator 6.0 10/25/16
Clayton Maureen Tillicum Clerk 2.0 10/31/16
Crooks Michelle Hillside Paraeducator 6.0 11/3/16
Cutberth Susan Tyee Park Paraeducator 6.0 11/14/16
Daniels Antoiniqua Beachwood Paraeducator 7.0 11/16/16
Delgado Rosa CPHS Paraeducator 6.0 11/3/16
Fiske Regan SPED Paraeducator 8.0 10/26/16
Frankman La'Dasha Evergreen Paraeducator 6.0 10/21/16
Hill Doyla Human Resources Supervisor 8.0 11/7/16
Hudson LaMar CPHS Paraeducator 8.0 11/2/16
Huntwork Carisa Hillside Paraeducator 6.0 10/31/16
Hyneman Angel Mann Paraeducator 6.0 10/12/16
Jones DeHavilland Lakeview Custodian 8.0 10/3/16
Loe Christine Lake Louise Paraeducator Temp. 6.0 11/3/16
Long, Jr. Medley Maint & Ops Custodian 8.0 11/14/16
McClary Kathaleen Park Lodge Paraeducator 6.0 11/4/16
McDonald Robin Open Doors Clerk 4.0 10/18/16
Micone Patricia Hudtloff Food Svc Wkr 3.5 11/1/16
Moreno Toni CPELP Paraeducator 7.0 10/10/16
Odom Edward Park Lodge Paraeducator 6.0 11/2/16
Overway Amber CPHS Clerk 8.0 11/3/16
Pandya Laura Lakeview Paraeducator 5.0 11/7/16
Rocha Chasity Carter Lake Food Svc Wkr 5.0 TBD
Shayal Najwa Lochburn Paraeducator 6.0 11/7/16
Stabnow Barbara Oakbrook Paraeducator 3.0 10/24/16
Tejada-Orr Maria CPELP Paraeducator 7.0 10/11/16
Vee Robin Harrison Prep Food Svc Wkr 4.0 11/7/16
Walsh Amy Lochburn Paraeducator 6.0 TBD
RESIGNATIONS        
Last Name First Name Location Position Hours Effective Date
Pace Jamie Evergreen Paraeducator 6.0 11/4/16
Pangelinan Steven Park Lodge Custodian 8.0 10/28/16
Rabon Richard Idlewild Paraeducator 3.0 11/10/16
Rock Kelsey Harrison Prep Clerk 8.0 12/16/16
Serrano Elizabeth Evergreen LPN 7.0 10/20/16
DECEASED          
Last Name First Name Location Position Hours Effective Date
Keller Terry CPELP Food Svc Wkr 4.50 10/11/16

CLOVER PARK SCHOOL DISTRICT

Fiscal Report to our Taxpayers
Fiscal Year 2016-17

    Preliminary October 2016
ENROLLMENT  
Budgeted
Annual
Average
Current *
Enrollment
Annual Average
(10 mo avg)
-Variance -
Budget -vs- Projected AAFTE
Full Time Equivalent (FTE) w/out Running Start *   12,170.0 12,689.0 12,449.4 279
FTE for Running Start **   86.0 128.4 120.9 35
Total FTE   12,256 12,817.4 12,570.3 314
           
* November Preliminary Enrollment
**Enrollment for current month not available until the 10th
STAFFING *As of Oct 31, 2016   Adopted Staffing Budget Current * Staffing Variance
over / <under> Budget
 
Certificated Staff: FTE    959.6 909.0 (50.6)  ~
   Est. Salaries & Benefits  $93,594,023 $88,658,406 ($4,935,617)  
 Classified Staff: FTE   518.8 548.3 29.5  ~
   Est. Salaries & Benefits  $42,448,236 $44,862,184 $2,413,948  
 Total Staff: FTE   1478.4 1457.3

(21.1)

 
   Est. Salaries & Benefits $136,042,259 $133,520,590 ($2,521,669)  
           
PROJECTED 2016-17 ENDING GENERAL FUND BALANCE
(DFM) non-spendable - Inventory  

 $  -

   
   
(DFM) Committed to Encumbrances   $6,670,000 DFM  
(DFM) Committed to Min FB Policy   $ - $6,670,000  
Restricted for Carryover of Restricted Revenues   $1,028,000      
Assigned to Carryover of Levy Proceeds   $2,300,000      
Assigned to Other Purposes - Equip Replacement   $424,000      
Assigned to Other Purposes - Schools Carryover   -      
Unassigned (residual)   $9,955,173      
Projected Ending Fund Balance   $21,210,473      
           
CURRENT LEVEY BALANCE
Beginning Balance   $5,759,348  (a)    
Plus: Year-to-Date Revenues   7,437,258      
Less: Year-to-Date Expenditures   (3,932,641)      
Current Balance   $9,263,964  as of Preliminary October 2016
       
(a) Estimated amount of unexpended Levy from prior year(s), reserved as part of prior year Ending Fund Balance