CERRITOS COLLEGE
B OARD B OOK
OCTOBER 2, 2013
CERRITOS COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
AGENDA FOR THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
CHERYL A. EPPLE BOARD ROOM
Wednesday, October 2, 2013 at 6:30 p.m.
CALL TO ORDER: Marisa Perez, Board President
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE: Dr. Sandra Salazar
ROLL CALL: Dr. Sandra Salazar, Board Secretary
Marisa Perez, Board President
Trustee Area 4
Carmen Avalos, Board Vice President
Trustee Area 2
Dr. Sandra Salazar, Board Secretary
Trustee Area 6
Bob Arthur, Member
Trustee Area 1
John Paul Drayer, Member
Trustee Area 3
Dr. Bob Hughlett, Member
Trustee Area 7
Dr. Shin Liu, Member
Trustee Area 5
Lance Makinano, Student Trustee
Dr. Linda L. Lacy
President/Superintendent
Ruben Smith
Special Legal Counsel
REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION FOR ANY INDIVIDUAL WITH A DISABILITY
Foreign language translation, sign language interpretation, materials in alternative formats and other accommodations are
available to the public upon request. All requests for reasonable accommodations to participate in a Board meeting must be made
at least three working days (72 hours) in advance of the scheduled meeting date. For assistance, please contact:
President’s Office - 11110 Alondra Boulevard - Norwalk, California 90650
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Copies of the agenda materials are available in the President’s Office and are available online at
www.cerritos.edu/board
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OPEN SESSION AGENDA
1. Institutional Presentation: Recognition of Outstanding Classified and Academic Managers
The Board of Trustees will recognize David Moore, Classified Manager of the Year, and David Fabish,
Academic Manager of the Year.
2. Institutional Presentation: Bond Construction Program Update
The Board of Trustees will receive a presentation from Steve Worley of Tilden-Coil Constructors and
David El Fattal, Vice President of Business Services, who will provide a status update regarding
Measure CC and Measure G Bond construction programs, including projects that are in the construction
phase or at DSA waiting for approval of construction.
COMMENTS FROM THE AUDIENCE
(Government Code Section 54954.3)
The Board of Trustees welcomes public comment on issues within the jurisdiction of the college. Public
comment request cards must be completed and returned to the secretary prior to the start of the meeting.
Late arrivals will not be permitted to speak. Comments should be limited to five (5) minutes per speaker
and twenty (20) minutes per topic if there is more than one speaker. At the conclusion of public comment,
the board may ask staff to review a matter or may ask that a matter be put on a future agenda. Members of
the board, however, may not discuss or take legal action on matters raised during public comment unless
the matters are properly noticed for discussion and legal action. Finally, be advised that college personnel
and processes are available for further communication.
REPORTS AND COMMENTS FROM DISTRICT OFFICIALS
At this time, members of the Board of Trustees will provide brief reports on meetings attended on matters
pertaining to their service as a representative of the Cerritos Community College District Board of Trustees
pursuant to Government Code 53232.3(d).
Following the Board of Trustees, reports and comments will be heard by identified staff members:
Faculty Senate President, Classified School Employees Association (CSEA) President, and Cerritos
College Faculty Federation (CCFF) President
President/Superintendent, Vice President of Business Services (report will include a budget update),
Vice President of Academic Affairs, Vice President of Student Services, and Vice President of
Human Resources
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CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS
The following Agenda Items are presented as Consent Calendar Items. All items may be approved by
adoption of the Consent Calendar, individually and collectively by one (1) motion. There will be no
separate discussion of these items unless Members of the Board of Trustees, the public, or staff request that
specific items be removed from the Consent Calendar for separate discussion and action.
3. Minutes (Office of the President)
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the minutes of the regular meeting of
September 4, 2013.
4. Minutes (Office of the President)
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the minutes of the regular meeting of
September 18, 2013.
5. Conference Requests for Travel Outside the United States Beijing, China (Office of the
President)
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve conference requests for Dr. Mary Anne
Gularte, Vice President of Human Resources, and Dr. Shin Liu, Board Member, to travel to
Beijing, China from November 6 through November 14, 2013. The registration fee is $900 per
person and will be paid for by general fund conference accounts.
6. Stipends for Center for RFA #12-107 Assessment Remediation and Retention for ADN/RN
Program Grant for Fall 2013 (Office of Academic Affairs)
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve stipends for Nursing Workshops taking
place in fall 2013. Funds from the Assessment Remediation and Retention for ADN/RN Program
Grant will be utilized for this expenditure in the amount of $10,500.
7. Acceptance of Gifts for the Automotive Mechanical Repair Program and Engineering
Technology and Information Technology Department (Office of Business Services)
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees accept vehicles to the Automotive Mechanical
Repair Program and carts to the Information Technology Department as gifts on behalf of the
college. The delivery cost for the items is estimated at $940.
8. Contract with Field Ironworkers Apprenticeship Training Program (Office of Business Services)
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve a contract with the Field Ironworkers
Apprenticeship Program, as follows:
SERVICES NEW
FIELD IRONWORKERS APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING PROGRAM
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IRONWORKERS INDUSTRY PREPARATION PROGRAM TRAINING SESSIONS
Requested by: Bellegran Gomez, Director of Community Advancement
The District wishes to enter into an agreement with the Field Ironworkers Apprenticeship Training
Program (FIW) to provide up to two sessions of 80-
hour training in the Ironworkers Industry
Preparation Program. FIW will receive $20,600 for each session, with a total amount not to exceed
$41,200. Services provided by FIW includes recruitment, instruction, benefits, textbooks, materials,
facility usage, and placement services. A minimum of fifteen (15) students is required to hold each
training session; training will be held at the FIW facility in La Palma, CA. The time period will be
from November 1, 2013 through June 30, 2014.
9. Employment of Temporary and/or Substitute Hourly Faculty Personnel, as needed for 2013-2014
Academic Year (Office of Human Resources)
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the employment of temporary and/or
substitute hourly faculty personnel as needed for the 2013-2014 academic year as presented on
the attached list.
10. Employment of Classified, Short-Term, Substitute, Professional Expert, and/or Student Hourly
Personnel (Office of Human Resources)
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve and/or ratify the employment of classified,
short-
term, substitute, professional expert, and/or student hourly personnel as presented on the
attached list.
11. Ratification of Employment of Interim Dean of Student Services (Office of Human Resources)
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees ratify the employment of Dr. Susan Beers in the
position of the Interim Dean of Student Services effective September 16, 2013.
Dr. Beers will be placed on the Management and Confidential Employees Salary Schedule at Grade
42, Step 7 ($12,771.00/monthly). This is budgeted in the General Fund.
INFORMATION ITEMS
The following Agenda Item(s) are presented as Information Only. No action will be taken by the Board of
Trustees.
12. Information Item: College Coordinating Committee Minutes September 9, 2013 (Office of
the President)
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees review the September 9, 2013 College
Coordinating Committee Minutes.
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ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS
The following Agenda Items are presented as Administrative Matter Items. Each item will considered for
individual action by the Board of Trustees.
13. First Reading: Board Policy 7160 – Professional Development (Office of the President)
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees review and discuss Draft Board Policy 7160
Professional Development during this first reading.
14. Consideration of Approval to Schedule Interviews and Interview Format for Legal Services
General Counsel during the Regularly Scheduled Board Meeting of October 16, 2013 at 5:00 p.m.
(Office of Business Services)
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees authorize scheduling of interviews and the format
for Legal Services General Counsel by the Board of Trustees during the regularly scheduled
board meeting of October 16, 2013 at 5:00 p.m.
CLOSED SESSION WITH ATTORNEY
15. Conference with Labor Negotiators (GC #54957.6)
A. Agency Representatives: Steve Andelson
B. Employee Organizations:
Cerritos College Faculty Federation (CCFF)
California School Employees Association (CSEA)
C. Unrepresented Employees:
Management Employees
Contract Management Employees
Confidential Employees
16. Reconvene: Closed Session Report
17. Adjournment
The Next Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees is set for
Wednesday, October 16, 2013 at 6:30 p.m.
I, Dr. Linda L. Lacy, Secretary to the Board, certify that a true and correct copy of the foregoing Meeting
Agenda was posted on September 25, 2013 at 9:30 a.m., as required by law.
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Dr. Linda L. Lacy, President/Superintendent
CERRITOS COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Wednesday, September 4, 2013 at 6:30 p.m.
CALL TO ORDER: 6:33 p.m. by Marisa Perez, Board President
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE: John Paul Drayer
ROLL CALL: Those present were Marisa Perez, Board President (Trustee Area 4), Carmen
Avalos, Board Vice President (Trustee Area 2 arrived late), Dr. Sandra
Salazar, Board Secretary (Trustee Area 6), Bob Arthur (Trustee Area 1), John
Paul Drayer (Trustee Area 3), Dr. Bob Hughlett (Trustee Area 7), Dr. Shin
Liu (Trustee Area 5), Lance Makinano (Student Trustee), Dr. Linda L. Lacy,
President/Superintendent, Dr. JoAnna Schilling, Vice President of Academic
Affairs, David El Fattal, Vice President of Business Services, Dr. Stephen
Johnson, Vice President of Student Services, Dr. Mary Anne Gularte, Vice
President of Human Resources, Bob Chester, Faculty Senate President, Lynn
Laughon, CSEA President, Solomon Namala, CCFF President, and Ruben
Smith, Special Legal Counsel.
OPEN SESSION AGENDA
COMMENTS FROM THE AUDIENCE
There were no public comments.
REPORTS AND COMMENTS FROM DISTRICT OFFICIALS
Mr. Chester stated that the Faculty Senate had a productive meeting on September 3 and added that they
approved the new mission statement.
Ms. Laughon stated that negotiations are underway with CSEA and the college.
Dr. Namala stated that CCFF had a relatively busy summer and signed off on two MOUs. He added that the
college has agreed to extend office hours for non-credit classes.
Dr. Johnson indicated that the college has disbursed over $6.7 million in financial aid this semester. He shared
information on the Transfer Center Mega Fair, which will take place on September 12, and the International
Student Services Open House, which will take place on September 5.
Dr. Gularte stated that the district met with CSEA and initiated negotiation discussions and added that the
college will meet with CCFF soon.
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Mr. El Fattal stated that the college closed out the 2012-13 budget with an undesignated surplus amount,
meaning that the college had a balanced budget for last year.
Dr. Schilling distributed greeting cards that were created by students and shared information about the
upcoming art show. She concluded by stating that Dr. Renee DeLong Chomiak and Dr. Stephen Clifford will
present at the Statewide Chancellor’s Student Success Conference.
Dr. Lacy stated that the college wrote a letter in support of AB 440, which passed as amended. She also stated
that AB 955 passed through the Assembly and is moving on to the Senate and added that the college is opposed
to the bill. She also stated that the 2014 Bond Act did not move forward. Dr. Lacy stated that Cerritos College
and California community colleges in general are well positioned to meet President Obama’s appeal to make
college more affordable and added that only 17 percent of California community college students take out
student loans. She also stated that the 2013-14 Convocation will be held on Thursday, September 19. She
concluded by stating that the College Committee on Planning and Budget will meet on September 5 at 2:00 p.m.
and that everyone is welcome to attend and discuss planning and budget issues.
Mr. Makinano indicated that he attended the CCLC Student Trustee Conference and added that it was a great
experience.
Mr. Drayer stated that he is working with the superintendents from Downey and Bellflower Unified School
Districts to reopen Pace Elementary School. He concluded by stating that he will be visiting Santa Barbara City
College to learn more about their programs.
Dr. Salazar stated she attended the Community Town Hall held at the Burnight Theatre and that Dr. Lacy was
present as well as elected officials, including Senator Calderon, Assemblyman Calderon, Assemblywoman
Garcia and Congresswoman Linda Sanchez. She stated it was very informative and that there was news
coverage and her baby was on Channel 4.
Dr. Liu stated that she, Dr. Lacy, and Mr. Makinano attended the Cerritos Chamber State of the Nation
Luncheon, where Congresswoman Linda Sanchez was the presenter.
Dr. Hughlett recognized Aya Abelon for her efforts in publishing the Campus Connection and added that she is
doing a great job.
Ms. Perez stated that Tilden-Coil distributed information regarding the local bond construction outreach
program and indicated that a full presentation will be given at the next board meeting. She also recognized the
college for its support of the Lakewood Chamber of Commerce car show and recognized Juan Ramirez, ASCC
President and Toni Grijalva, Community Relations Coordinator for their efforts.
CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS
It was moved by Dr. Hughlett and seconded by Dr. Liu to approve the consent agenda. The vote for approval
and/or ratification of the following items was unanimous (student advisory vote: aye):
1. Minutes of August 14, 2013.
2. SB 70 Collaborative Grant Faculty Stipend, as attached.
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3. Stipends for Faculty Facilitating Success Center Workshops; Facilitating Teaching and Learning
Modules for the Center for Teaching Excellence; Developing Tutor Training/Mentoring Program;
Coordinating Reading Apprenticeship Professional Development; Developing of Online Academic
Support Resources; Developing Resources for English as a Second Language (ESL) Learners for Fall
2013, as attached.
4. Acceptance of Gifts for the Music Program, as attached.
5. Quarterly Fiscal Status Report for the Quarter Ending June 30, 2013, as attached.
6. Contract with the Foundation for California Community Colleges, as follows:
SERVICES RENEWAL
FOUNDATION FOR CALIFORNIA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
ANNUAL LICENSE RENEWAL FOR THE MAJOR MICROSOFT PRODUCTS
Requested by: Lee Krichmar, Director of Information Technology
On July 1, 1999, Cerritos College entered into an agreement with the Foundation for California
Community Colleges (FCCC) to provide annual licensing for the major Microsoft products: Office for
PC and Mac (Word, Outlook, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint) including Visual Studio Professional,
Windows Operating System, and SQL Server CAL (client access licenses), and several other licenses.
The renewal agreement will cover all machines on campus, including the machines added during the
agreement period. The total contract sum shall be in the amount of $70,210; funding is allocated from
the Information Technology budget for this expenditure.
7. Employment of Temporary and/or Substitute Hourly Faculty Personnel, as needed for 2013-2014
Academic Year, as attached.
8. Employment of 2013 Summer Session Faculty Personnel, as attached.
9. Employment of Classified, Short-Term, Substitute, Professional Expert, and/or Student Hourly
Personnel, as attached.
Additions to existing agenda item:
Administrative Clerk I, Grade 19, Step 1 ($2,601.00/month) effective September 5, 2013: Ruiz,
Martha (Community Education)
10. Resignation Accepted by the President/Superintendent, as follows:
Kay Nguyen, Director of Research and Planning, effective September 13, 2013
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INFORMATION ITEMS
11. As information, the board received the May 6, 2013 College Coordinating Committee Minutes.
12. The board discussed the 2013-2014 Cerritos College Draft Strategic Goals, as attached.
ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS
13. It was moved by Dr. Hughlett and seconded by Mr. Arthur to ratify Change Order No. 2 [Unforeseen
Conditions] (Bid #1112-02, Category 18), Pro-Craft Construction, Inc., Liberal Arts/DSPS Building, as
attached. The vote for approval was unanimous (student advisory vote: aye).
CLOSED SESSION
The board adjourned to closed session at 8:44 p.m. to discuss the following items:
14. Conference with Legal Counsel - Existing Litigation [GC #54956.9(a)]
A. American Arbitration Association Case No. 72 110-Y 00195 02 - USS Cal Builders for itself &
for the benefit of Summit Construction Group vs. Cerritos College
15. Conference with Labor Negotiators (GC #54957.6)
A. Agency Representatives: Dr. Mary Anne Gularte
B. Employee Organizations: Cerritos College Faculty Federation (CCFF), California School
Employees Association (CSEA)
C. Unrepresented Employees: Management Employees, Contract Management Employees,
Confidential Employees
16. The board reconvened at 9:41 p.m.
Ms. Perez reported that in closed session the board considered and approved the terms of the settlement
between the District and USS Cal Builders, Inc. regarding their respective claims related to the
Gymnasium Seismic Retrofit Project as referenced in the closed session agenda as Exiting Litigation
Government Code section 54956.9(a) USS Cal Builders for itself & for the benefit of Summit
Construction Group v. Cerritos College and designated as American Arbitration Association Case No.
72-110-Y-000195-11. The vote for approval was unanimous.
17. The meeting was adjourned at 9:42 p.m.
Signed:
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Marisa Perez, Board President
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Dr. Sandra Salazar, Board Secretary
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CERRITOS COLLEGE
TO:
Board of Trustees
FROM:
Dr. Linda Lacy, President/Superintendent 41,
REVIEWED BY:
Dr. JoAnna Schilling, Vice President of Academic Affairs/Assistant
Superintendent
PREPARED BY:
Yannick Real, Dean of Technology Division
Maggie Cordero, Director of Pathway Programs/Project HOPE
DATE:
September 4, 2013
SUBJECT:
Consideration of Approval of SB 70 Collaborative Grant Faculty Stipend
ACTION
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve a SB 70 Collaborative Grant stipend to Miodrag
Micic for attending Project Lead the Way training sessions.
FISCAL IMPACT
SB 70 Collaborative Grant funding will be used for this expenditure of $2,000. No general funds will be
used.
REPORT SUMMARY
The SB 70 Collaborative Grant approved by the Chancellor's office authorizes the use of funds to
compensate faculty for attending Project Lead the Way training sessions. Only faculty members who
have attended the training are able to teach using the Project Lead the Way curriculum.
Miodrag Micic attended the Project Lead the Way training sessions offered at Cal Poly Pomona and
was trained on how to incorporate computer integrated manufacturing curriculum in the classroom. The
training required Miodrag Micic to attend all-day workshops for two weeks. Miodrag Micic will receive a
$2,000 stipend for attending the training.
NOTICING REQUIREMENTS
None is required beyond posting of this item on the agenda.
ATTACHMENTS
None.
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CERRITOS COLLEGE
TO:
FROM:
REVIEWED BY:
PREPARED BY:
DATE:
SUBJECT:
ACTION
Board of Trustees
Dr. Linda L. Lacy, President/Superintendent
Dr. JoAnna Schilling, Vice President, Academic Affairs/Assistant Superintendent
Dr. Francie Quaas-Berryman, Success Center and Developmental Education
Coordinator
September 4, 2013
Consideration of Approval of Stipends for Faculty Facilitating Success
Center Workshops; Facilitating Teaching and Learning Modules for the
Center for Teaching Excellence; Developing Tutor Training/Mentoring
Program; Coordinating Reading Apprenticeship Professional Development;
Developing of Online Academic Support Resources; Developing Resources
for English as a Second Language (ESL) Learners for Fall 2013
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve Basic Skills Initiative (BSI) Grant stipends to Joann
Sugihara-Cheetham, Niki Lovejoy, Marjan Karamati, Lori Havrilla, Nancy Spradlin, Sarah Moyer, Dahlia
Flores-Salcido, Sybil DiGiovanni, Ben Klein, Jennifer O'Grady, John Tashima, and Michelle Fagundes.
FISCAL IMPACT
No general funds will be used for these stipends. Basic Skills Initiative funds in the amount of $37,000
will be utilized for this expenditure. Upon completion of the work, the following faculty will be eligible for
stipends not to exceed the amounts listed:
Joann Sugihara-Cheetham
$1,000
Dahlia Flores-Salcido
$1,000
Niki Lovejoy
$1,000
Sybil DiGiovanni
$6,000
Marjan Karamati
$5,000
Ben Klein $5,000
Lori Havrilla
$5,000
Jennifer O'Grady
$1,000
Nancy Spradlin
$3,000
John Tashima
$3,000
Sarah Moyer
$3,000
Michelle Fagundes
$3,000
REPORT SUMMARY
Cerritos College has received $307,401 for the 2013-2014 Basic Skills Initiative categorical funding. The
goal of the Basic Skills Initiative is to improve student success in basic skills and move students toward
program completion. At Cerritos College, this will be done through a variety of activities, including the
development of a comprehensive Student Success Center, which provides basic skills workshops and
high-quality tutoring services and through ongoing professional development opportunities. There will be
no cost to the District.
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As one component of the Cerritos College Developmental Education Plan funded by the Basic Skills
Initiative Categorical Funds, stipends will be provided for faculty to engage in weekly hours of program
coordination and supplemental instruction in basic reading, writing, and English grammar. Stipends are
awarded for the following activities:
Facilitating Success Center workshops on a variety of subjects, including writing, grammar,
research papers, and studying for science classes.
Facilitating the Teaching and Learning modules for the Center for Teaching Excellence.
Developing the tutor training program and initiating a tutor mentoring program.
Working with the state basic skills professional development organization, California Community
Colleges Success Network (3CSN), to initiate a Reading Apprenticeship professional
development program.
Developing online resources, including an online tutoring program to support the academic
support needs of distance education students.
Developing resources online resources and conversation groups for English as a Second
language learners.
NOTICING REQUIREMENTS
None is required beyond posting of this item on the agenda.
ATTACHMENTS
None.
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CERRITOS COLLEGE
TO:
Board of Trustees
FROM:
Dr. Linda L. Lacy, President/Superintendentfi
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REVIEWED BY:
David El Fattal, Vice President of Business Services/Assistant Superintendent \
PREPARED BY:
Mark B. Logan, Director of Purchasing
DATE:
September 4, 2013
SUBJECT:
Consideration of Acceptance of Gifts for the Music Program
ACTION
It is recommended that the gifts for the use in the Music program be accepted on behalf of the college.
FISCAL IMPACT
There is no cost to the college for the aforementioned items.
REPORT SUMMARY
The following items have been received by the college as a donation:
For use in the Music Program:
Kurzweil PC2X keyboard synthesizer. 88 keys, weighted action, including keyboard stand and
bench
Pair of Event powered studio monitors/speakers
E-Mu rack mount Virtuoso synthesizer/sampler
Korg rack mount X5 synthesizer
Donated by: Dr. Connie E. Mayfield
19105 Beachcrest Lane, Unit D
Huntington Beach, CA 92646
The estimated value of the above items is $3,200.
NOTICING REQUIREMENTS
None is required beyond posting of this item on the agenda.
ATTACHMENTS
None.
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CERRITOS COLLEGE
TO:
Board of Trustees
FROM:
Dr. Linda L. Lacy, President/Superintendent
REVIEWED BY:
David El Fattal, Vice President of Business Services/Assistant Superintendent
PREPARED BY:
Noorali Delawalla, Director of Fiscal Services
DATE:
September 4, 2013
SUBJECT:
Consideration of Approval of Quarterly Financial Status Report 311Q for
the Quarter Ended June 30, 2013
ACTION
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the attached Quarterly Financial Status Report
(CCFS-311Q) for the 4th quarter of the 2012-13 fiscal year. This report communicates a snapshot-in-
time of our projected unrestricted fund financial situation as of June 30, 2013. Key components: 1)
revenues exceeded expenditures by $678,206; and, 2) the ending cash balance was $25,414,888 of
which $15,000,000 were funds borrowed through TRANS that must be repaid, putting the ending cash
balance
excluding borrowed funds
at $10,414,888.
FISCAL IMPACT
TRANS were not issued during this 4th quarter reporting period; however, funds from TRANS
borrowing that occurred during the previous 3rd quarter reporting period are shown in Section III of this
report which lists the college's cash on hand.
ACTION REPORT
Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations (CCR), Section 58310, requires California Community
College Districts to report quarterly on their financial condition and to indicate any material events that
occurred during the quarter.
In compliance with the above regulation, the District has completed form CCFS-311Q from the State
Chancellor's Office (Attachment #1). The Board of Trustees must review and approve this form at a
regular meeting.
This report shows that $15,000,000 of cash on hand is borrowed money. On January 16, 2013, the
Board of Trustees authorized the issuance of a TRANS borrowing not to exceed $15,000,000. In follow
up to the Board's authorization, the college borrowed this amount on March 1, 2013, through the Los
Angeles County Schools Pooled Financing Program. This $15,000,000 short-term loan is designed to
help colleges through cash flow challenges such as those caused by state revenue deferrals, and is
scheduled to be repaid by November 1, 2013.
Section I shows a multi-year trend of Unrestricted General Fund Revenue, Expenditure and Fund
Balance.
Section II shows a multi-year trend of Annualized Attendance Full Time Equivalent Student (FTES).
Section III Total General Fund Cash Balance (Unrestricted and Restricted) compares actual cash flow
over a four-year period. This information can be useful in predicting possible cash flow problems.
Section IV compares year-to-date revenues received versus expenditures.
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Section V provides the Chancellor's Office with information relative to the status of negotiations.
Section VI reflects the issuance of any Tax and Revenue Anticipation Notes (TRANS), Certificates of
Participation (COPS) or General Obligation Bonds (GO Bonds).
Section VII addresses any fiscal problems that the District faces in the current and subsequent year.
Attachment #2 is a graph showing "required contingency" versus "actual general fund cash balance".
NOTICING REQUIREMENTS
None is required beyond posting of this item on the agenda.
ATTACHMENTS
Quarterly Financial Status Report, CCFS-311Q
Quarterly Financial Status Report - Graph
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Fiscal Year: 2012-2013
Quarter Ended: (Q4) Jun 30, 2013
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0
0
191,248
A.3
Total Unrestricted Revenue (A.1
+
A.2)
86,600,539 86,724,775
80,793,064
81,933,052
B.
Expenditures:
B.1
Unrestricted General Fund Expenditures (Objects 1000-6000)
80,537,484
82,742,081
79,830,325
79,746,123
B.2
Other Outgo (Objects 7100, 7200, 7300, 7400, 7500, 7600)
5,997,028 5,917,324
700,941
1,508,723
B.3
Total Unrestricted Expenditures (B.1
+
B.2)
86,534,512
88,659,405
80,531,266
81,254,846
C.
Revenues Over(Under) Expenditures (A.3 - B.3)
66,027
-1,934,630
261,798
678,206
D.
Fund Balance, Beginning
11,585,566
11,651,593
9,716,963 9,978,761
D.1
Prior Year Adjustments + (-)
0
0
0
0
D.2
Adjusted Fund Balance, Beginning (D
+
D.1)
11,585,566
11,651,593
9,716,963
9,978,761
E.
Fund Balance, Ending (C.
+
D.2)
11,651,593
9,716,963
9,978,761
10,656,967
F.1
Percentage of GF Fund Balance to GF Expenditures (E. / B.3)
13.5%
11%
12.4%
13.1%
II.
Annualized
Attendance
FTES:
p.1
annualized FTES (excluding apprentice and non-resident)
III. Total General Fund Cash Balance (Unrestricted and Restricted
18,076
17,5621
17,1321
16,033
As of the specified quarter ended for each fiscal year
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-2013
H.1
.
.
Cash, excluding borrowed funds
801,982
-5,120,576
10,414,888
H.2 _._
H.3
Cash, borrowed funds only
0
5,200,000
15,000,000
Total Cash (H.1+ H 2)
2,885,442
801,982
79,424
25,414,888
IV. Unrestricted General Fund Revenue, Expenditure and Fund Balance:
Revenues:
Unrestricted General Fun
Other Financing Sources
Total Unrestricted Re
Expenditures:
Unrestricted General Fun
Other Outgo (Objects 710
Total Unrestricted Ex
Revenues Over(Under) E
Adjusted Fund Balance, Be
Fund Balance, Ending (
Percentage of GF Fund Bal
J Revenues (Objects 8100, 8600, 8800)
76,488,149
82,375,921
81,741,804
99.2%
(Object 8900)
0
0
191,248
venue (1.1 + 1.2)
76,488,149
82,375,921
81,933,052
99.5%
I Expenditures (Objects 1000-6000)
83,527,808
84,053,981
79,746,123
94.9%
0, 7200, 7300, 7400, 7500, 7600)
508,747
712,292
1,508,723
211.8%
enditures (J.1 + J.2)
84,036,555
84,766,273
81,254,846
95.9%
penditures (1.3 - J.3)
-7,548,406
-2,390,352
678,206
)inning
9,978,761
9,978,761
9,978,761
3=2)
(
I
.
-1.. L)
2,430,355
7,588,409
10,656,967
ance to GF Expenditures
(L.1 / J.3)
2.9%
9%
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V. Has the district settled any employee contracts during this quarter?
NO
f yes, complete the following:
(If
multi-year settlement, provide information for all years covered.)
Contract Period Settled
(Specify)
YYYY-YY
a.
SALARIES:
Year 1:
Year 2:
Year 3:
Management
Academic
Classified
Permanent
Temporary
Total Cost
Total Cost
Total Cost
Total Cost
Increase
%*
Increase
OA
Increase
oh*
Increase
b.
BENEFITS:
Year 1:
Year 2:
Year 3:
"As specified in Collective Bargaining Agreement or other Employment Contract
c.
Provide an explanation on how the district intends to fund the salary and benefit increases, and also identify the revenue source/object code.
VI. Did the district have significant events for the quarter (include incurrence of long-term debt, settlement of
audit findings or legal suits, significant differences in budgeted revenues or expenditures, borrowing of funds
(TRANS), issuance of COPs, etc.)?
If yes, list events and their financial ramifications. (Enter explanation below, include additional pages if needed.)
NO
VII.DOes
the district have significant fiscal problems that must be addressed?
This year?
NO
Next year?
NO
If yes, what are the problems and what actions will be taken? (Enter explanation below, include additional pages if needed.)
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$100,000,000
$90,000,000
$80,000,000
$70,000,000
$60,000,000
$50,000,000
$40,000,000
$30,000,000
$20,000,000
$10,000,000
QUARTERLY FINANCIAL STATUS REPORT
June 30, 2013
FY 2009-10
FY 2010-11
FY 2011-12
YTD 2012-13
NI GENERAL FUND REVENUE/OTHER FINANCING
Li GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURES/OTHER OUTGO
O GENERAL FUND CASH BALANCE
Iii REQUIRED CONTINGENCY
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FACULTY: TEMPORARY PART-TIME
2013 - 2014 ACADEMIC YEAR
I.
BUSINESS ED/HUMANITIES/SOCIAL SCIENCES
Reemployed
Salary
Name
Discipline
Placement
Rate
Alenikov
Michael
Real Estate
B5
60.33
Baker
Craig
Psychology
B5
60.33
Beck
Karen
Psychology
B5
60.33
Ferguson
Melissa
Psychology
B5
60.33
Kim
Rick
Paralegal
B5
60.33
Lawler-Sweeney
Tatiana
Women's Studies
A5
60.33
Means
Randall
Accounting
B5
60.33
Pesanti
Keri
Psychology
B5
60.33
Whitson
Stephen
Accounting
B5
60.33
New Hires
Salary
Name
Discipline
Placement
Rate
Caliman
Meredith
Paralegal
Al 48.83
Ledwitz
Samuel
Paralegal
Al
48.83
Lee
Ho
Economics
Al
48.83
Levitt
Scott
Paralegal
Al
48.83
Miller
Rae
Accounting
Al 48.83
Oliver
Tomas
Paralegal
Al
48.83
Vega
Cris
Economics
Al 48.83
II.
COMMUNITY, INDUSTRY, and TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION
Reemployed
Salary
Name
Discipline
Placement
Rate
DeJong
Henrietta
Adult Education
B5
60.33
Lopez
Alexandro
Adult Education
B5
60.33
San Nicolas
Kathleen
Adult Education
B5
60.33
III.
FINE ARTS/COMMUNICATIONS
Reemployed
Salary
Name
Discipline
Placement
Rate
Board
Nathan
Music
Al
48.83
Carroll
Don
Music
B5
60.33
Chenette
Claire
Music
Al
48.83
Foerch
Kenneth
Music
B3
54.60
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2013 - 2014 ACADEMIC YEAR
Guzak
Rebecca
Art
&
Design
B5
60.33
Inouye
Fang-Fang
Music
B5
60.33
Klein
Stephen Music
Al
48.83
Lopez
David
Music
A3
54.60
Marr
John Music
B5
60.33
Packwood
Eleanor Theatre Arts
B3
54.60
Slay
Kevin
Theatre Arts
B2
51.71
Wahlquist
Lana Joy
Theatre Arts
B1
48.83
New Hires
Salary
Name
Discipline
Placement
Rate
Chamarbagwala
Shaheen
Theatre Arts
Al
48.83
Crone
Cameron
Photography
Al
48.83
Funaro
Katilin
Journalism
Al
48.83
Ghuloum
Rema
Art
&
Design
Al
48.83
Pratt
Susan
Theatre Arts
Al
48.83
Prell
Jerry
Theatre Arts
Al
48.83
Romero
Angela
Music
Al
48.83
IV.
HEALTH OCCUPATIONS
Reemployed
Salary
Name
Discipline
Placement
Rate
Anthony
Kay Marie
Nursing
Al
48.83
Bucho
Patricia
Medical Assisting
Al
48.83
LeBlanc
Monique
Dental Hygiene
B5
60.33
Medina
Ceci
Child Development
B5
60.33
Velasco
Monique
Nursing
A2
51.71
New Hires
Salary
Name
Discipline
Placement
Rate
Black
Kathleen
Child Development
Al
48.83
Chun Burbank
Seon
Child Development
Al
48.83
Elpidio
Yvette
Nursing
Al
48.83
Gemmill
Orfilda
Nursing
Al
48.83
Jackson
Lucy
Child Development
Al
48.83
Montez-Ochoa
Virginia
Nursing
Al
48.83
Varghese
Ninu
Nursing
Al
48.83
Wongraveekul
Sucheera
Nursing
Al
48.83
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2013 - 2014 ACADEMIC YEAR
V.
LIBERAL ARTS
Reemployed
Salary
Name
Discipline
Placement
Rate
Altenbernd
Julianne
English
A2
51.71
Bailey Kathryn
Foreign Language
B5
60.33
Combs
Michelle
English
A2
51.71
Crachiolo
Sarah
Speech
B5
60.33
Evans
Max
English
B5
60.33
Michelotti
Andrea
Foreign Language
B5
60.33
Smith
Sean
English
B5
60.33
Tilley
Gerald
Reading
B5
60.33
Toomey
Adrian
Speech
B1
48.83
Yang
Ruixue
Reading
B5
60.33
New Hires
Salary
Name
Discipline
Placement
Rate
Altenbernd
Julianne
English
Al
48.83
Dinh
Amber
English
Al 48.83
Fraser
Chance
English
Al
48.83
Garcia
John
English
Al
48.83
Kawell
Susan
Reading
Al
48.83
Nguyen
Christina
Speech
Al
48.83
Panto
Danielle
English
Al
48.83
Poblet
Ines
ESL
Al 48.83
VI.
LIBRARY/LEARNING RESOURCE CENTER/EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM
Part-Time Librarian
Salary
Name
Placement
Rate
Augugliaro
Mary
L2
43.10
Liong
Jocelle
L2
43.10
Mitchell
Valencia
L2
43.10
Owen
Margaret
L2
43.10
Rodriguez
Catherine
B5
60.33
Russell
Bruce
L2
43.10
Schenk
Lauren
Ll
40.23
Siddiqi
Catherine
L2
43.10
Vogel
Karen
L2
43.10
Wallace
Mara
Ll
40.23
Wood
Suzanne
L2
43.10
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2013 - 2014 ACADEMIC YEAR
VII. PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Reemployed
Salary
Name
Discipline
Placement
Rate
Cole
Phoenix
Dance
B5
60.33
Kim
Alvin
Athletics
B5
60.33
Toal
Shane Physical Education
A5
60.33
New Hires
Salary
Name
Discipline
Placement
Rate
Arnold
Charlan
Physical Education/Athletics
Al
48.83
Bassi
Lisa
Physical Education/Athletics
Al
48.83
Chai
Yi Qun
Athletics
Al
48.83
Chamber
Jim
Athletics
Al
48.83
Fischer
Jeff
Physical Education/Athletics
Al
48.83
Hyde
Nicole
Athletics
Al
48.83
Tisdom
Edvige
Athletics
Al
48.83
Wilson
Lloyd
Athletics
Al
48.83
VIII.
SCIENCE, ENGINEERING, AND MATHEMATICS
Reemployed
Salary
Name
Discipline
Placement
Rate
Cheng
Suming
Computer Information System
B1
48.83
Johnson
Kimberly
Biological Scienes
B5
60.33
Negrete
Terri
Computer Information System
B5
60.33
Takahashi
Gloria
Biological Scienes
B5
60.33
Walther
Robert
Biological Scienes
B5
60.33
Woolever
James
Computer Information System
B5
60.33
New Hires
Salary
Name
Discipline
Placement
Rate
Ali
Babar
Physics
Al
48.83
Chai
Ellen
Chemistry
Al
48.83
Lastra
Stacey
Chemistry
Al
48.83
Manikandan
Gayathri
Mathematics
Al
48.83
Ngo
Hai
Mathematics
Al
48.83
Patil
Sashok
Computer Information Sciences
Al
48.83
Rath
Carolyn
Earth Science
Al
48.83
Sabol
Caroline
Mathematics
Al
48.83
Seeley
Tiffany
Earth Science
Al
48.83
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2013 - 2014 ACADEMIC YEAR
IX. TECHNOLOGY
Reemployed
Salary
Name
Discipline
Placement
Rate
Guerrero
Mario
Machine Tool Technology
B5
60.33
O'Farrell Fergus
Plastics
B5
60.33
Pullman
Laurie
Architecture
B1
48.83
Stever
Eugene
Engineering Design Technology
A4
57.46
New Hires
Salary
Name
Discipline
Placement
Rate
Martin
Eduarso
Automotive Mechanical Repair
Al
48.83
Sichtermann
David
Engineering Design Technology
Al
48.83
X.
STUDENT SERVICES
Part-Time Instructors
Salary
Name
Discipline
Placement
Rate
Bello
Francesca
Counseling
Al
48.83
Young
David
Counseling
B5
60.33
Part-Time Counselors
Salary
Name
Assignment
Placement
Rate
Bello
Francesca
Financial Aid
Cl
40.23
Chaney
Marcia
Financial Aid
C2
43.10
Gaines
Ken
Financial Aid
C2
43.10
Pizer
Janis
CaIWORKs
C2
43.10
Tovar
Yajayra
Veterans Resource Center
Cl
40.23
Young
David
Career Services
C2
43.10
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FACULTY: TEMPORARY PART-TIME
2012 - 2013 ACADEMIC YEAR
I. BUSINESS ED/HUMANITIES/SOCIAL SCIENCES
Part-Time Instructors
Salary
Name
Discipline
Placement
Rate
Moody
Leah
Accounting
B5
60.33
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EMPLOYMENT OF CLASSIFIED, SHORT-TERM, SUBSTITUTE,
PROFESSIONAL EXPERT, AND/OR STUDENT HOURLY PERSONNEL
I.
Classified Employment
Administrative Clerk I, Grade 19, Step X ($XXX/month) effective XXX: [Name to be provided on the
Revision] (Community Education)
II.
Short-term hourl
y
em
p
lo
y
ment (as needed), variable hours per da
y
not to exceed 25 hours a
week, for a period not to exceed June 30, 2014, or 175 total workdays, whichever occurs first
Ayala, Yapheh*
Student Affairs Assistant
Barrera De Contreras, Gabriela
Community Education Specialist
$13.79/hr
$29.15/hr
09/04/13
08/19/13
Benavidez, Kimberly*
Intermediate Clerk
$9.56/hr
08/19/13
Bobadilla, Everardo*
Community Education Specialist
$29.15/hr
09/04/13
Brookes, Rob
Instructional Aide II
$12.81/hr (1)
08/15/13
Bustamante, Daisy*
Intermediate Clerk
$9.56/hr
09/05/13
Cabrera, Mirna*
Student Affairs Assistant
$13.79/hr
09/04/13
Chavez Raygoza, Yeraldin*
Aide-Special (Special Education)
$8.20/hr
09/05/13
Conner, Genisha*
Intermediate Clerk
$9.56/hr
09/05/13
Cook, Shaun*
Instructional Aide II
$12.81/hr (1)
09/05/13
Cuevas, Andrew*
Instructional Aide II
$12.81/hr (1)
09/05/13
DeWinstanley, Kenny
Aquatics Specialist
$10.11/hr
08/19/13
Dominguez, Allison**
Aquatics Specialist
$10.11/hr
07/08/13
Dovalis II, Demetre*
Project Assistant
$20.00/hr
08/15/13
Driscoll, James
Instructional Aide I
$9.56/hr
08/19/13
Ferrer, Marlene*
Intermediate Clerk
$9.56/hr
09/05/13
Figueroa, Erica
Aide-General (Laboratory)
$8.00/hr (1)
08/15/13
Fischer, Jeffrey
Custodian
$9.76/hr
09/05/13
Fischer, Jeffrey
Recreational Activity Specialist
$13.65/hr
08/19/13
Flores, Estella
Instructional Aide I
$9.56/hr
08/19/13
Fromm, Timothy
Instructional Aide II
$12.81/hr
07/01/13
Gale, Kylah
Instructional Aide II
$12.81/hr (1) 09/05/13
Garcia, Mercedes
Athletic Trainer III
$20.95/hr (1)
08/15/13
Gilreath, Christian*
Recreational Activity Specialist
$13.65/hr
07/01/13
Gonzalez, Luis
Instructional Aide II
$12.81/hr (1) 08/19/13
Hendrickson, Sharone
Instructional Aide I
$9.56/hr
08/19/13
Hinton, Olivia
Aide-General (Laboratory)
$8.00/hr (1) 09/05/13
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** Specially Funded
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Isas, Jacqueline**
Program Facilitator
$13.79/hr
07/01/13
Isas, Jacqueline**
Program Facilitator $13.79/hr
08/19/13
Jimenez Jr., Frankie
Aide-General (Laboratory)
$8.00/hr (1)
09/05/13
Kennedy, Christina
Aide-General (Laborer)
$8.00/hr (1)
08/15/13
Khalil, Ragaa*
Intermediate Clerk
$9.56/hr
09/04/13
Kim, Alvin**
Sports Leader
$8.00/hr
07/01/13
Krause, Peter
Instructional Aide II
$14.13/hr (3)
07/01/13
Lee, Eugene
Aquatics Specialist
$10.11/hr
07/01/13
Losch, Jessica*
Cont. Ed. Specialist (Business Tech.
$50.52/hr
08/19/13
Mahmood, Zanjbeel
Instructional Aide I $9.56/hr
08/19/13
Makinano, Lance*
Recreational Activity Specialist $13.65/hr
07/01/13
Marroquin, Evanni
Instructional Aide II
$12.81/hr (1)
08/19/13
Martinez, Claudia*
Intermediate Clerk
$9.56/hr
09/04/13
Martinez, Grecia*
Intermediate Clerk
$9.56/hr
09/05/13
Mathews, Melissa*
Instructional Aide II
$12.81/hr (1)
09/05/13
Matsumoto, Yukiyo
Athletic Trainer III
$20.95/hr (1)
08/15/13
McLeod, Jessica*
Aide-Special (Special Education)
$8.00/hr (1)
09/05/13
Mendez, Lisa
Instructional Aide II
$12.81/hr (1)
09/05/13
Mondaca, Frances*
Community Education Specialist
$29.15/hr
08/19/13
Moore, Jonathan
Instructional Aide II
$12.81/hr (1)
08/15/13
Moran, Iris*
Student Affairs Assistant
$13.79/hr
08/19/13
Morris, Ryan
Instructional Aide II
$12.81/hr (1)
09/05/13
Morris, Ryan
Instructional Aide I
$9.56/hr
08/19/13
Mosley, Kimberly**
Cont. Ed. Specialist (Business Tech $50.52/hr
08/15/13
Mov, Socheatina*
Intermediate Typist Clerk
$9.56/hr
08/15/13
Nunez, Johnny*
Cont. Ed. Specialist (Business Tech
$50.52/hr
08/19/13
Nunez, Maria*
Community Education Specialist
$29.15/hr
08/19/13
Nunez, Norberto*
Community Education Specialist
$29.15/hr
08/19/13
Ochoa, Michael*
Instructional Aide II
$12.81/hr
09/05/13
Palafox, Anay*
Instructional Aide II
$12.81/hr (1) 09/05/13
Palmer, Diane**
Cont. Ed. Specialist (Cultural Arts)
$28.07/hr
08/15/13
Passi, Amanda*
Intermediate Typist Clerk
$9.56/hr
08/15/13
Patronas, Sofia
Aquatics Specialist
$10.11/hr
07/01/13
Paz, Eduardo*
Recreational Activity Specialist $13.65/hr
07/01/13
Perez, Henry
Instructional Aide II
$12.81/hr (1) 08/19/13
Piotrowski, Casey**
Program Facilitator
$13.79/hr
10/25/13
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** Specially Funded
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Powers, Patricia
Student Activities Clerk
$9.56/hr
09/11/13
Ramirez, Ana Instructional Aide II
$12.81/hr (1)
08/19/13
Ramirez, Nancy*
Secretary
$11.34/hr
08/15/13
Robles, Marta*
Community Education Specialist
$29.15/hr
08/19/13
Rueda, Hugh*
Intermediate Typist Clerk
$9.56/hr
08/15/13
Sanchez, Marisol*
Community Education Specialist
$29.15/hr
08/19/13
Sanchez, Sandra*
Community Education Specialist
$29.15/hr
0819/13
San Nicolas, Kathleen*
Community Education Specialist
$29.15/hr
08/19/13
Serafin, Kimberly*
Instructional Aide II
$9.99/hr (2)
07/01/13
Silveria, Deborah*
Community Education Specialist
$29.15/hr
07/01/13
Soneriu, Christine*
Program Assistant II
$11.34/hr
09/04/13
Tucker, Jazmine*
Community Education Specialist
$29.15/hr
08/19/13
Tunnell, Claudia*
Community Education Specialist
$29.15/hr
08/19/13
Vandersluis, Vern
Instructional Aide II
$12.81/hr (1)
08/15/13
Villa, Edgar**
Aquatics Specialist
$10.11/hr
07/08/13
Villarreal, Christian
Instructional Aide I
$10.51/hr (3)
09/05/13
Weichman, Joseph**
Community Education Specialist
$29.15/hr
08/15/13
White, Leah
Instructional Aide I
$9.56/hr
08/19/13
Willoughby, Shauna
Recreational Activity Specialist
$13.65/hr
08/19/13
3
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** Specially Funded
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CERRITOS COLLEGE
TO:
Board of Trustees
FROM:
Dr. Linda L. Lacy, President/Superintendent
PREPARED BY:
Dr. JoAnna Schilling, Vice President of Academic Affairs/
Assistant Superintendent
DATE:
September 4, 2013
SUBJECT:
Information Item: 2013-2014 Cerritos College Draft Strategic Goals
ACTION
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees review and discuss the 2013-2014 Cerritos College Draft
Strategic Goals.
FISCAL IMPACT
There is no fiscal impact.
REPORT SUMMARY
Each year, the college develops its strategic goals based on its established Student Success model, also
known as The 7 Circles. For each circle—Student Engagement, Teaching Practices, Academic
Infrastructure, Instructional Programs, Support Services, Resource Management, and Campus
Leadership—a series of objectives and activities are developed for implementation on a short-term and
long-term basis.
The 2013-2014 draft strategic goals were developed at the annual strategic planning retreat on May 10,
2013. Seventy-seven employees (29 managers, 33 faculty and 15 classified/confidential) reviewed the
2012-13 college strategic goals to develop objectives and activities for 2013-14. Since then, the Planning
and Budget Committee established a subgroup to organize the objectives and ensure each objective is
measurable. The draft goals were presented to the ASCC leadership on August 26 and to Faculty Senate
on August 27, and will be presented to the Planning and Budget Committee on September 5, as well as
to other governance groups for review and input. The draft goals will be presented for approval to the
Coordinating Committee on September 9.
NOTICING REQUIREMENTS
None is required beyond posting of this item on the agenda.
ATTACHMENTS
Cerritos College 2013-14 Draft Strategic Goals
Information Item
12.
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Recommended Revisions to Goal
Understanding that learning is a collaborative effort, Cerritos College will provide relevant services, activities,
and programs that inspire student engagement both in and out of the classroom in order to promote
student investment in their education.
Student Engagement
Engaged students are invested in their education and take responsibility for their success.
Cerritos College will provide relevant services, activities, and programs that inspire student
engagement.
Objective
1: Increase student and faculty participation in
engagement survey.
Activity
Link Up by 10% as measured
Due
by the student
Owner
1.1
Develop the iFALCON Success Standards rubric
and conduct pre/post surveys and assessment
Spring 2014
iFALCON*, Faculty Senate
1.2
Ensure 10% of faculty incorporate the iFALCON
Success Standards into their classes
Spring 2014
iFALCON*, Research and
Planning, CTX
1.3
Ensure funding for institutionalizing iFALCON
Fall 2014
iFALCON*, Student Success
Division, Academic Affairs,
Fiscal Services
1.4
Extend collaborative teaching environment, such
as Learning Communities and acceleration and
compression courses, to encourage student
engagement
Spring 2015
Academic Affairs*, Learning
Communities Program*,
Adult Education,
Admissions and Records
Objective
2: Improve student navigation of academic and
success by developing and adding new outreach.
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Activity
support services by 5%
Due
to achieve academic
Owner(s)
2.1
Develop coordinated high school outreach
initiative focused on Cerritos College student
engagement
Spring 2015
Student Services
(Assessment Services,
Counseling, Admissions and
Records)
2.2
Begin Phase II of degree audit
Spring 2015
Admissions and Records*,
IT, Academic Affairs
2.3
Develop a process to track student academic
progress toward educational goals
Spring 2014
Student Services *,
Counseling, Research and
Planning, IT, Admissions
and Records, Academic
Affairs
2.4
Engage students in early completion of basic
skills courses and entry into program of study
and ensure existing early alerts interventions are
utilized and linked with new alerts to be
developed
Spring 2015
Student Services*,
Academic Affairs*,
Counseling, Research and
Planning, IT, Admissions
and Records
* Primary Owner
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Objective
3: Extend student success campaign to communicate
and achievement from the beginning of the
satisfaction.
Activity
college culture of nurturing, acceptance
college career, and maintain 97% student
Due
Owner(s)
3.1
Develop new iFALCON success initiatives
Spring 2015
iFALCON*, Student
Success, ASCC
3.2
Create and implement faculty/student
conversation sessions
Spring 2014
CTX*, ASCC, Student
Services, President's Office,
Faculty Senate
3.3
Extend the outreach of Coaching Corps and
develop parent/family orientations
.
Spring 2015
'FALCON*, Student
Success, ASCC, Student
Services, Academic Affairs
* Primary Owner
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Teaching Practices
Cerritos College will promote effective teaching practices informed by pedagogical
expertise, collaboration, reflective self-assessment, and integration of classroom technology
to facilitate student engagement and achievement of educational goals.
Recommended Revisions to Goal
Cerritos College promotes effective teaching practices informed by pedagogical expertise, collaboration,
reflective self-assessment, and integration of classroom and online technology to facilitate student
engagement and achievement of educational goals.
Objective
1: Increase and sustain professional development
Activity
opportunities for faculty
Due
participation by 10%.
OW
r(s)
1.1
Expand existing flex activities and faculty
development that focus on teaching and
learning improvements
Fall 2014
CTX
1.2
Initiate professional development online
scheduling and tracking program
Fall 2013
Academic Affairs*, CTX
Objective 2: Improve collaborative teaching environment on
faculty interaction.
Activity
campus by increasing
opportunities for
Owner(s)
2.1
Extend collaborative teaching environment
paired w/
with Learning Communities Programs,
1.4 Student
acceleration, and compressed courses to
Engagement
encourage faculty engagement
Spring 2015 Academic Affairs*, CTX,
Admissions and Records,
Learning Communities
Program
2.2
Develop strategies for faculty mentoring
and sharing teaching success strategies
Fall 2014
CTX
* Primary Owner
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Recommended Revisions to Goal
Cerritos College will provide an academic infrastructure that supports an effective teaching-and-learning
environment.
Academic Infrastructure
Cerritos College will consistently support an inspiring teaching and learning environment by
providing an academic infrastructure that is safe, accessible, sustainable, and enhanced by
current technology.
Objective
1: Increase student attendance and completion
to teaching and learning.
Activity
rates by providing instructional
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1.1
Develop integrated smart classroom standards
that include technology, equipment, furniture,
and media
Spring 2014
Media Services*, IT*,
Facilities
1.2
Upgrade general classrooms to smart
classrooms
Spring
2014
Media Services*,
Facilities*, IT,
1.3
Continue implementation of the Facilities
Master Plan objectives and assess on an annual
basis
Ongoing
Fiscal Services*, Facilities
Objective
2: Increase student use of LMS by maximizing
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Learning Management
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System effectiveness.
Owner(s)
2.1
Evaluate
TalonNet
to identify faculty and
student needs and use the results to develop an
improvement plan
Spring 2014
Academic Affairs*,
Technology-Based Learning
Committee
2.2
Provide additional training for faculty to
facilitate online, hybrid, and/or flipped classes
Fall 2013
Academic Affairs*, CTX
2.3
Promote campus awareness of
TalonNet
capabilities, tools, and features
Fall 2013
Academic Affairs*, CTX,
Technology-Based Learning
Committee
Objective
3: Provide up-to-date computers and digital infrastructure.
Activity
Due
Owner(s)
3.1
Replace computer and network infrastructure
on a five-year cycle, with assessment of
completion every academic calendar year
Ongoing
IT
3.2
Extend wireless access to classrooms
Ongoing
IT
* Primary Owner
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Objective
4: Provide noninstructional spaces conducive
Activity
to learning.
Due
Owner(s)
4.1
Expand outdoor student study areas by
developing plan for wireless access and adding
more seats to LRC outdoor roof space
Spring 2014
Facilities*, IT
4.2
Identify additional open lab computer space
Spring 2014
Facilities*, IT
Objective 5: Ensure Section 508 compliance.
Activity
e
lacr(s)
5.1
Develop a communication and training plan to
ensure accessibility
Spring 2013
Siudent Services*, Human
Resources* (Web Services,
DSPS)
* Primary Owner
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Instructional Programs
Cerritos College offers innovative instructional programs providing efficient educational
pathways that deliver excellent, leading-edge, relevant transfer options, career and
technical education, and basic skills development that lead to student success.
Recommended Revisions to Goal
None
Objective
1: Increase student completion rates by 5% by creating
Activity
clear educational
Due
pathways.
vvner(s)
1.1
paired
w/2.1
Support
Services
Create clear educational plans by discipline for
every student
Fall 2015
Academic Affairs*,
Student Services*, IT
1.2
Create Transfer Model Curriculum (TMC) for
all potential AA/AS—T degrees
June 2014
Curriculum Committee*,
Academic Affairs
1.3
Provide class schedules that reflect
educational pathways and ensure classes for
students
Fall 2014
Academic Affairs
1.4
Implement block scheduling for all disciplines
(where appropriate) on campus
Fall 2014
Academic Affairs
1.5
Create clear intervention points at each
academic transition
Fall 2014
Academic Affairs*,
Student Services*
Objective
2: Increase overall transfer rates by 5% by establishing
Activity
relevant transfer
Due
options.
Owner(s)
2.1
Maintain minimum transfer course success rate
at 75%
Spring 2014
Transfer Center*, Academic
Affairs, Student Services
2.2
Achieve Chancellor's Office goals for adoption of
TMC-aligned AA/AS—T degrees
Spring 2014
Curriculum Committee*,
Academic Affairs
2.3
Improve identification and notification
processes for students who are ready to transfer
Spring 2014
Student Services*,
Research and Planning,
Academic Affairs
Objective
3: Increase completion rates by 5% by establishing
Technical Education.
Activity
relevant completion
Due
options for Career
Owner(s)
3.1
Identify software for tracking progression of
certificate/degree completion using tools such
as degree audit
Spring 2014
Academic Affairs*,
Research and Planning*,
Student Services, IT
3.2
Develop processes via technology (e.g.
Facebook, mobile apps, surveys) to track student
job/career/educational attainment
Spring 2014
Academic Affairs*,
Research and Planning, IT
* Primary Owner
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Objective
4: Increase faster completion of basic skills requirements
Progress — Basic Skills Sequence.
Activity
by 10% by
Due
developing Relevant
Owner(s)
4.1
Ensure basic skills seats for students meeting
AOC requirements
Spring 2014
Academic Affairs*, Student
Services (Assessment)*
4.2
Develop college-ready partnerships with K-12
districts
Fall 2013
Academic Affairs*, Student
Services*, Pathway
Programs
4.3
Develop strategies to accelerate and compress
basic skills sequences (courses, assessment,
educational plans, etc.)
Spring 2014
Academic Affairs*,
Developmental Education
Committee
4.4
Create incentives for students that have met
benchmarks at academic transition points
Fall 2014
Academic Affairs*, Student
Services (Task Force)*
4.5
Develop and implement strategy for requiring
students to complete basic skills earlier in their
academic careers
Fall 2014
Academic Affairs*, Student
Services (Task Force)*
* Primary Owner
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Support Services
Cerritos College will provide holistic, comprehensive, well-organized, innovative support
services leading to student success.
Recommended Revisions to Goal
Cerritos College will provide holistic, comprehensive, well-organized, innovative support services and
programs leading to student success.
Objective
1: Reorganize website to centralize and communicate
and pathways available to students.
Activity
information about
Due
all support services
Ow
1.1
Develop strategy and implementation of website
reorganization focused on student needs
Fall 2013
Academic Affairs*, Student
Services*, Web
Administrator
1.2
List available support services and their key
services, location and contact information
Fall 2013
Student Services*, Web
Administrator
1.3
Identify main access point for student navigation
and launch link
Fall 2013
Academic Affairs*, Student
Services*, Web Standards
Committee, Web
Administrator
1.4
Identify other area, division and department
webpages for improved navigation points and
launch links
Spring 2014
Academic Affairs*,
Department Chairs,
Managers and Web
Authors
Objective 2: Increase
comprehensive
student completion rates by 5% by increasing
educational plans.
the number of
Due
students with
Owner(s)
2.1
paired
w/1.1
Instructional
Programs
Research and implement a system to record
comprehensive educational plans
Spring 2014
Student Services*,
Academic Affairs
2.2
Identify different ways in which
comprehensive educational plans can be
generated
Spring 2015
Student Services*,
Academic Managers*
2.3
Create comprehensive educational plans for
all students
Fall 2014
Department Chairs*,
Counselors*
* Primary Owner
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Objective
4: Increase faster completion of basic skills requirements
Progress — Basic Skills Sequence.
by 10% by
developing Relevant
4.1
Ensure basic skills seats for students meeting
Spring 2014
Academic Affairs*, Student
AOC requirements
Services (Assessment)*
4.2
Develop college-ready partnerships with K-12
districts
Fall 2013
Academic Affairs*, Student
Services*, Pathway
Programs
4.3
Develop strategies to accelerate and compress
basic skills sequences (courses, assessment,
educational plans, etc.)
Spring 2014
Ac .emic Affairs*,
opmental Education
mmittee
4.4
Create incentives for students that have met
benchmarks at academic transition points
Fall 2014
demic Affairs*, Student
s (Task Force)*
4.5
Develop and implement strategy for requiring
students to complete basic skills earlier in their
academic careers
Fall 2014 —
Aca
, Affairs*, Student
Service
Force)*
* Primary Owner
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Resource Management
Cerritos College will implement effective and efficient resource management practices, with
input from all constituencies, to ensure financial stability, appropriate staffing levels, and
necessary services driven by its mission of student success.
Recommended Revisions to Goal
Cerritos College will implement
and maintain
effective and efficient resource management practices, with
input from all constituencies, to ensure financial stability, appropriate staffing
and facilities
levels, and
necessary services driven by its mission of student success.
Objective
1: Increase campus access and awareness of budgetary
Activity
planning
and
D e
y
development.
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1.1
Create facts-at-a-glance one-page document
regarding budget status and/or budget
development and/or budget calendar for easy
dissemination with web access
December 2013
Fiscal Services
1.2
Utilize and assess results of annual
communications survey to improve awareness
of budget development process
Ongoing
Fiscal Services*, President's
Office, Research and
Planning
- Other goals are cross referenced in campus leadership
* Primary Owner
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Cerritos College will continuously improve the quality of leadership through education,
assessment, and collaboration that will empower employees to foster student success.
Recommended Revisions to Goal
None
Objective
1: Expand leadership development opportunities
Activity
for all constituent groups.
Due
'O
r wner(s)
1.1
Attain institutional funding for Falcon Leadership
Academy (FLA)
Fall 2014
President's Office
1.2
Identify leadership and professional
development workshop topics/plan/strategies
and develop implementation plan
Fall 2013
Human Resources*, Staff
Development*
1.3
Develop an online resource for disseminating or
publishing the leadership development content
and feedback by key topics
Spring 2014
President's Office*, FLA
Graduates*
Objective
2: Improve participation in shared governance
Activity
and student engagement
activities by 10%.
O
wner(s)
2.1
Assess and target barriers to participation in
shared governance activities
Spring 2014
President's Office*,
Research and Planning
2.2
Invite all constituent groups to participate in
shared governance opportunities
Fall 2013
President's Office
Objective 3: Identify and celebrate on-campus best practices
Activity
in diversity programs.
Due
Owner(s)
3.1
Identify on-campus diversity programs (e.g., Safe
Zone Program) and assess gaps and
opportunities
Fall 2013
Executive Council
3.2
Participate in a web reorganization and create
an online hub to increase communication and
visibility
Spring 2014
President's Office*,
Academic Affairs
* Primary Owner
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Objective
4: Develop a Leadership Communications Plan.
Activity
Due
Owner(s)
4.1
Identify leadership communication gaps and
implement plan to address areas for
improvement
Fall 2013
President's Office*,
Institutional Effectiveness
4.2
Start Effective Communication for Campus
Leaders Training Program
Spring 2014
Human Resources
4.3
Develop tool for improving
employee/program/student recognition
Spring 2014
President's Office*,
Academic Affairs
* Primary Owner
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Change
Date
Amount
Order
Au• List 14, 2013
September 4, 2013
$5,685
$19,612
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CERRITOS COLLEGE
TO:
Board of Trustees
FROM:
Dr. Linda L. Lacy, President/Superintendent/
REVIEWED BY:
David El Fattal, Vice President of Business Services/Assistant Superintendent
PREPARED BY:
Mark B. Logan, Director of Purchasing
DATE:
September 4, 2013
SUBJECT:
Consideration of Ratification of Change Order No. 2 [Unforeseen
Conditions] (Bid #1112-02, Category 18), Pro-Craft Construction, Inc.,
Liberal Arts/DSPS Building
ACTION
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees ratify Change Order No. 2 [Unforeseen Conditions] in the
amount of $19,612 for Category 18 for the Liberal Arts/DSPS Building project. The change is for
unforeseen conditions related to a sewer line and gas line. The completed repair of the sewer and gas
lines allowed construction to progress. The change order is presented for ratification.
FISCAL IMPACT
The cost from Change Order No. 2 will be $19,612, increasing the contract amount to $580,852.
Funding will be allocated from the GO Bond.
REPORT SUMMARY
On April 4, 2012, the Board awarded a contract to Pro-Craft Construction, Inc. for the Liberal
Arts/DSPS Building project. The project was bid using the multi-prime project delivery method whereby
the District bid twenty one (21) disciplines for various elements of the project work. Category 18 of this
project represents the Site and Building Plumbing element of work. Public Contract Code Section
20659 requires Board approval for a change order to a public works bid. One change order has been
previously approved by the Board, as follows:
The total cost for the attached item in Change Order No. 2 is $19,612. The original contract amount
approved by the Board was $555,555. Therefore, Change Order No. 2 is in compliance with Public
Contract Code Section 20659. Change Order No. 2 is for unforeseen conditions, and has been
reviewed by Tilden-Coil Constructors (Construction Management); the Director of Physical Plant and
Construction Services; and, the Vice President of Business Services. Please refer to the attachment for
the item, details, and approvals of Change Order No. 2.
Change Order types — Below is an explanation of change order types.
• Owner added scope — Any time the owner adds scope for various reasons. They are typically
value driven.
Administrative Item
13.
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Agency Driven changes — Required by Division of State Architect (DSA), municipalities,
Inspector of Record (10R), etc. and must be done for sign off.
Unforeseen Conditions — Subsurface or existing building conditions that were
unknown/uncertain during the design and not included in the documents/bid for whatever
reason and now required.
Errors — Errors in the documents by the architect or consultants.
NOTICING REQUIREMENTS
None is required beyond posting of this item on the agenda.
ATTACHMENTS
Change Order No. 2 [Unforeseen Conditions] (Bid #1112-02, Category 18), Pro-Craft Construction,
Inc., Liberal Arts/DSPS Building
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Project:
Cerritos College
Change Order Number: 02
Liberal Arts/DSPS Building
Contract #
C11-1151
Bid Category: 18
To:
Pro Craft Construction, Inc.
Date: August 6, 2013
31597 Outer Hwy 10 South, Suite B
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91739
Phone: 909-790-5222
Fax:
909-797-2812
Board Action:
Approval
SUMMARY OF CHANGES:
An unidentified sewer line was hit and damaged by the grading contractor during the fire
truck access walkway construction.
The sewer line was not identified on the As-Built records nor found during the utilities
survey conducted in the field in the summer of 2012 therefore, the contractor did not know
the line existed. The plumbing contractor immediately repaired the line.
The completed repair of the sewer line allowed construction to progress and kept the sewer
line active.
Tilden-Coil Constructors directed this repair due to the emergency situation.
Unforeseen Condition
Item 2.01
Description:
Reason:
Benefit:
Requested by:
CO Type:
Change Amount:
$ 478.00
Time Extension:
0 Work days
Item 2.02
Description:
Reason:
Benefit:
Requested by:
CO Type:
An unforeseen gas line encountered which required investigations (locating by potholing
and by hand) in order to safely determine where the actual line was prior to continue
excavating in the area.
The As Built drawings showed one gas line in the area of the new fire access road that was
not there. Not knowing where the gas lines ran created an unsafe environment to continue
construction. Upon investigation, two separate gas lines were found. One line was capped
to allow the over excavation to continue, and then it was replaced.
The gas lines were safely located, and construction was able to progress.
Tilden-Coil Constructors directed this repair due to this safety situation.
Unforeseen Conditions
Change Amount:
$ 7,156.00
Time Extension:
0 Work days
Item 2.03
Description:
Within Bid Category 18, an unknown sewer waste pipe was discovered and the pipe
extended.
Reason:
While over excavating for the fire access road near the entrance to the existing Liberal
Arts Building, a pipe was found that was not shown on the As Built Drawings. After
extensive investigation and coordination with the Architect and Facilities, it was
determined that the pipe was connected to the floor drains inside the Elbow Room. The
line was intercepted at the face of the building, extended to the sewer and connected. This
work was required to keep the floor drains from backing up and flooding the Elbow Room.
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Project:
Liberal Arts
Change Order Number: 02
Contractor:
Pro-Craft Construction, Inc. - Contract C11-1151
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Benefit:
This unknown waste pipe flowing to no where was discovered and now feeds correctly
into the sewer.
Requested by: Tilden-Coil Constructors directed this repair due to the emergency situation
CO Type:
Unforeseen Condition
Change Amount:
$ 5,158.00
Time Extension:
0 Work days
Item 2.04
Description:
An abandoned 18" storm drain was encountered and was required to be cut and capped at
the water and fire service water points of connection.
Reason:
While installing and attempting to connect the new fire water system to the existing
campus water lines, an existing 18" storm drain was found. The storm drain was not
shown on the drawings. After discussions with the Facilities and Inspector of Record, it
was determined that the existing storm drain was not in service. The line was cut and
capped to allow for the fire lines to be connected.
Benefit:
The line was identified and was cut and capped in order to allow for construction progress
Requested by: Owner
CO Type:
Unforeseen Condition
Change Amount:
$6,820.00
Time Extension:
0 Work days
SUMMARY OF COST:
TOTAL OF THIS CHANGE ORDER
$19,612.00
TOTAL ADDITIONAL WORKING DAYS
Days: 0
CONTRACT SUMMARY:
Original Contract Amount
555,555.00
Net change by previous Change Order
5,685.00
Net Change by previous Contract Adjustment
$
Net sum prior to this Change Order
561,240.00
Amount of Change Order No. 2
19,612.00
Deduct Remaining Contract Allowance
$
New Contract Sum
580,852.00
Percentage of Change to Contract
4.6%
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Requested By:
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DAVID C. MooRE,
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Project:
Liberal Arts
Change Order Number: 02
Contractor:
Pro-Craft Construction, Inc. - Contract Cl 1-1151
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The Owner and the Contractor hereby agree that this change order constitutes full mutual accord and satisfaction for all time, all costs and all
impacts related directly or indirectly to this change order. By acceptance of this change order, the Contractor hereby agrees that this change order
represents the full equitable adjustment owed under the Contract, and further agrees on.behalf of itself and all subcontractors to waive all rights to
any further claims or requests for equitable adjustment which include, but are not limited to, inefficiencies, loss of productivity, disruption,
constructive acceleration, extended field office overhead, arising out of or as a result of this change order or the cumulative effect of this change
order on the performance of the overall work under the Contract.
This Change Order is hereby executed on behalf of the Board of Trustees on
of
, 2013
Approved By:
(SIGNATURE &
DATE)
CERRITOS COLLEGE
DAVID
EL FATTAL
VICE PRESIDENT OF BUSINESS SERVICES
Reviewed By:
Reviewed By:
(SIGNATURE & DATE)
CERRITOS COLLEGE
MARK LOGAN,
DIRECTOR OF PURCHASING
Reviewed By:
Reviewed By:
SIGNA'T'URE & DATE)
TILDEN-COIL CONSTRUCTORS, INC.
JEFFERY CARREON
PROJECT MANAGER
(SIGNATURE & DATE)
TBP ARCHITECTS
WILLIS FISHER, ARCHITECT
ARCHITECT
Reviewed By:
(SIGNATURE &
DATE)
TILDEN-COIL CONSTRUCTORS, INC.
STEVEN
R.
WORLEY
PROGRAM MANAGER
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CERRITOS COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Wednesday, September 18, 2013 at 6:33 p.m.
CALL TO ORDER: 6:33 p.m. by Marisa Perez, Board President
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE: Bob Arthur
ROLL CALL: Those present were Marisa Perez, Board President (Trustee Area 4), Carmen
Avalos, Board Vice President (Trustee Area 2), Dr. Sandra Salazar, Board
Secretary (Trustee Area 6), Bob Arthur (Trustee Area 1), John Paul Drayer
(Trustee Area 3), Dr. Bob Hughlett (Trustee Area 7), Dr. Shin Liu (Trustee
Area 5), Lance Makinano (Student Trustee), Dr. Linda L. Lacy,
President/Superintendent, Dr. JoAnna Schilling, Vice President of Academic
Affairs, David El Fattal, Vice President of Business Services, Dr. Stephen
Johnson, Vice President of Student Services, Dr. Mary Anne Gularte, Vice
President of Human Resources, Bob Chester, Faculty Senate President, Lynn
Laughon, CSEA President, Solomon Namala, CCFF President, and Ruben
Smith, Special Legal Counsel.
OPEN SESSION AGENDA
1. Institutional Presentation: Recognition of Employee of the Month
The Board of Trustees recognized Phillip Gois, Custodian in the Facilities Department, as Classified
Employee of the Month for July 2013.
The Board of Trustees also recognized Rosario Martinez, Testing Technician in the Career Center, as
Classified Employee of the Month for August 2013.
Institutional Presentation: Update on Local Bond Construction Outreach Program
Steve Worley and Hector Melara of Tilden-Coil Constructors, Inc. gave a presentation on the Cerritos
College Bond Construction Outreach Program, which has been developed to promote the increased
participation of minority and local businesses on Measure CC and Measure G projects. There was
discussion among the board about the program and Ms. Perez emphasized the need for quantitative results
to evaluate the outreach program. Ms. Avalos acknowledged several union members in the audience. Dr.
Liu spoke to her promotion of the outreach program as well.
Kevin Norton addressed the board on behalf of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local
11 and stated that there is no better tool to get local hires to participate in construction projects than a project
labor agreement. He stated that the LA/Orange County Building and Construction Trades Council has an
excellent track record and gave examples of successful PLAs in neighboring school districts. He stated that
a PLA opens up the local workforce and added that there are 180,000 members of Los Angeles and Orange
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County trade unions. He concluded by stating that he would love to meet with anyone to discuss a project
labor agreement.
COMMENTS FROM THE AUDIENCE
There were no public comments.
REPORTS AND COMMENTS FROM DISTRICT OFFICIALS
Dr. Liu stated that she attended the International Student Services Open House and thanked everyone involved.
She also thanked Dr. Renee DeLong Chomiak for helping her understand the mandatory AOC process. She
concluded by stating that she attended the “Taste of India” five-course luncheon and it was very good.
Mr. Arthur stated that the CTX Grand Opening was an enjoyable event and added that he also enjoyed the
University Mega Fair on September 12. He concluded by stating that he was a guest of the retail program
which recently hosted Tyler Junior College representatives from Tyler, Texas who visited the campus to learn
more about the retail management classes and grant programs. He thanked Dr. Bob Livingston for his efforts.
Mr. Drayer stated that he attended the first home game with Dr. Liu and Ms. Perez and attended a pep rally. He
reminded the board that the homecoming game will be held on October 26. He also stated that he visited Santa
Barbara City College on September 5. He stated that the college recently won the Aspen Prize for Community
College Excellence and added that it is a beautiful campus overlooking the Pacific Ocean. He stated that the
college has been cited for its high transfer rate and the success of its dual enrollment program. He brought
handouts to share and passed them around. He concluded by stating that no college funds were used for his trip.
Mr. Makinano stated that the college hosted a Region 8 meeting where AB 955 and other legislative items were
discussed and added that Region 2 representatives came down to encourage involvement as well. He stated that
the first ASCC Senate meeting was held today and that ASCC needs to appoint three more senators. He
concluded by stating that Ms. Perez asked if he would like to attend the National Conference on the State of
Veterans Issues and he has accepted.
Ms. Perez stated that she attended the CTX Grand Opening and that it is a fabulous program. She added that
she was impressed by the custom-made cabinetry. She also attended the International Student Services Open
House and was pleased to attend the event. Ms. Perez stated that the first football game was fantastic and
thanked the Long Beach Credit Union for sponsoring dinner. She appreciated hearing the history about the
press box and athletics by Dr. Dan Smith. She also attended the ASCC pre-event and stated that it was
fantastic. She thanked Dr. Johnson, Amna Jara, and Mr. Makinano for always making them feel welcome at
student events.
Mr. Chester stated that Faculty Senate did not meet this week but has been discussing Curriculum Committee
matters. The Faculty Senate has also approved an administrative procedure about course repetition.
Ms. Laughon stated that she has read Standard IV.B. from the draft Accreditation report and while she wasn’t
on the committee for that section, she thanked the board for allowing CSEA to have a voice at the table. She
stated that she remembered that Ms. Perez forgot to address staff reports on two occasions but didn’t believe it
was malicious. She added that she had no report on both occasions.
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Dr. Namala stated that he attended a negotiations meeting last Thursday and added that it didn’t go well. He
stated that both teams worked hard to build up trust and that everyone has been working collaboratively and he
doesn’t want to squander the trust that has been established. He also distributed Board Policy 2550 and asked
the board to review it. He stated that some elements of the policy contravene the spirit of Government Code
Section 3540. He also shared a legal brief regarding the matter and added that he will discuss bringing the
policy to Coordinating Committee with Dr. Lacy.
Dr. Johnson stated that it was a pleasure to welcome the new ASCC Student Senate. He stated that the
homecoming kickoff event and luncheon went well and added that the theme is “Comic-Con” this year. He
greeted the Osaka Jikei College students this week who are visiting from Japan and added that the LINC
luncheon last week had a nice turnout.
Dr. Gularte stated that the college is hosting a webinar for managers through Liebert Cassidy Whitmore this
Friday. She also stated that the Safe Zone training session is at capacity and more sessions will be held in the
future. She stated that she and Lance Kayser will be presenting an overview of the program at a future board
meeting.
Mr. El Fattal stated that the Facilities Planning Committee has established a sustainability subcommittee and
added that many people have expressed interest in participating.
Dr. Schilling stated that 30 students from Osaka Jikei College in Japan visited campus last week and they had a
great time. She stated that the college hosted Tyler Junior College as a part of a displaced workers grant. She
shared information about the industry partners and added that they had lunch in the Culinary Arts department.
She concluded by stating that the draft Accreditation report was released last Friday. She stated that a lot of
people put in a tremendous amount of work and that the draft report is being discussed by various committees
across campus. She acknowledged that some individuals have concerns and that through a collegial process, the
final report will accurately represent the college.
Dr. Lacy stated that she met with student leadership last week and it was a nice meeting where she had an
opportunity to hear about their goals for the upcoming year.
CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS
It was moved by Dr. Hughlett and seconded by Mr. Arthur to approve the consent agenda. Ms. Perez noted that
Item 2 was pulled and will be considered at the October 2 board meeting. The vote for approval and/or
ratification of the following items was unanimous (student advisory vote: aye):
2. Minutes of September 4, 2013 was pulled from the agenda.
3. Stipends for Center for Teaching Excellence Workshops Taking Place Fall 2013, as attached.
4. Acceptance of Gifts for the Automotive Mechanical Repair Program and Engineering Technology and
Welding Program, as attached.
5. Employment of Temporary and/or Substitute Hourly Faculty Personnel, as needed for 2013-2014
Academic Year, as attached.
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6. Employment of Classified, Short-Term, Substitute, Professional Expert, and/or Student Hourly
Personnel, as attached.
INFORMATION ITEMS
7. As information, the board received the August 26, 2013 College Coordinating Committee Minutes.
ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS
8. It was moved by Mr. Arthur and seconded by Dr. Hughlett to adopt Revised Board Policy 1200
Mission, as attached. Dr. Schilling provided an overview of the collaborative process that was utilized
to develop the mission statement and thanked Dr. Frank Mixson for his efforts in drafting the mission
statement at this year’s strategic planning retreat. There was extended discussion among the board
regarding the proposed mission statement. Ms. Avalos stated that she appreciated all of the work but
had some concerns about leaving out important key concepts such as career and technical education as
well as student success and multiculturalism. Dr. Salazar stated that in the spirit of inclusion, she is
concerned with the omission of the statement, “Cerritos College values diversity.” Mr. Arthur stated
that he liked the statement as written and added that the Accreditation visiting team will be reviewing
this statement for completeness as well. Ms. Perez stated that she understands the goal of making the
mission statement more concise and agreed that valuing diversity sends a strong message to all
constituents. Mr. Drayer motioned to amend the motion to send the mission statement back to
Coordinating Committee to incorporate the revisions that were discussed and that the revised mission
statement be brought forward to the October 16 board meeting. Dr. Salazar seconded the motion. The
roll call vote was as follows: Mr. Arthur no; Mr. Drayer aye; Dr. Hughlett no; Dr. Liu no; Ms.
Avalos – yes; Ms. Perez yes; Dr. Salazar yes. The vote for approval was 4-3-0.
9. It was moved by Mr. Arthur and seconded by Dr. Liu to Name the Reception Area in the New Liberal
Arts/DSPS Building as the Dr. Bob Hughlett Reception Area. Steve Richardson, Executive Director of
Foundation and Community Advancement, provided an overview of the naming opportunity process and
shared the naming brochure. There was extended discussion regarding Administrative Procedure 2900
Naming of Facilities and the meaning of the terms “significant gift” and “substantial gift.” There was
also discussion with regard to when the cash donation would be received. Dr. Salazar noted that the
naming brochure is not mentioned in the administrative procedure. Mr. Smith summarized that the
concerns with this item are not about Dr. Hughlett’s donation but are about unclear language in the
administrative procedure. After discussion, Ms. Perez requested a friendly amendment to the motion to
approve the staff’s recommendation and direct Dr. Lacy to review Administrative Procedure 2900 and
bring any revisions forward to the board. Mr. Arthur declined to amend the motion. The roll call vote
was as follows: Mr. Arthur aye; Mr. Drayer aye; Dr. Hughlett aye; Dr. Liu aye; Ms. Avalos – no;
Ms. Perez yes; Dr. Salazar no. The motion passed 5-2-0. Ms. Perez reiterated that she would like
Dr. Lacy to review Administrative Procedure 2900 and bring any revisions forward to the October 16
board meeting. Ms. Avalos clarified that she voted no in support of Ms. Perez’s request to amend the
motion.
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10. It was moved by Dr. Hughlett and seconded by Mr. Drayer to approve Bid No. 13P004, Fire Alarm
Group 5, as attached. Ms. Perez asked for the name of the manufacturer and Mr. Worley replied that the
manufacturer is SimplexGrinnell. After discussion regarding outreach efforts, the vote for approval was
unanimous.
11. David El Fattal, Vice President of Business Services gave a presentation on the Proposed Adopted
Budget for the 2013-14 Fiscal Year. After much discussion, it was moved by Dr. Hughlett and seconded
by Mr. Drayer to approve the Adopted Budget for the 2013-14 Fiscal Year. The vote for approval was
unanimous.
12. It was moved by Dr. Hughlett and seconded by Mr. Arthur to adopt Resolution 13-20, Adoption of the
Cerritos College District Equal Employment Opportunity Plan, as Reviewed and Revised by the
College’s Equal Employment Opportunity Advisory Committee, and in Compliance with the California
Education Code and Title 5 Requirement, as attached. Dr. Gularte provided an overview of the process
utilized to develop the EEO plan and explained the processes at the state level that resulted in the
requirements of the EEO plan. She added that the plan is not the final step of the process at the college
and that upon adoption, the plan will become the framework for a comprehensive outreach diversity
plan. There was extended discussion about the EEOAC shared governance committee and data with
regard to diversity efforts on campus. Ms. Perez emphasized the need for historical data as well. Mr.
Drayer requested a friendly amendment to approve the staff’s recommendation and bring back the
diversity plan, outreach plan, and additional historical data. Dr. Hughlett declined to amend the motion.
The roll call vote to approve the original motion was as follows: Mr. Arthur aye; Mr. Drayer no; Dr.
Hughlett aye; Dr. Liu aye; Ms. Avalos no; Ms. Perez no; Dr. Salazar no. The motion did not
pass. Dr. Salazar made a substitute motion to postpone consideration of the plan to a future date to
review historical data on workforce and hiring, as well as other college’s plans. Mr. Drayer seconded
the motion and the roll call vote was as follows: Mr. Arthur aye; Mr. Drayer aye; Dr. Hughlett no;
Dr. Liu – aye; Ms. Avalos aye; Ms. Perez aye; Dr. Salazar aye. The vote for approval was 6-1-0.
CLOSED SESSION
The board adjourned to closed session at 10:11 p.m. to discuss the following items:
13. Conference with Labor Negotiators (GC #54957.6)
A. Agency Representatives: Dr. Mary Anne Gularte
B. Employee Organizations: Cerritos College Faculty Federation (CCFF), California School
Employees Association (CSEA)
C. Unrepresented Employees: Management Employees, Contract Management Employees,
Confidential Employees
14. The board reconvened at 11:10 p.m.
15. The meeting was adjourned at 11:10 p.m.
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Signed:
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Marisa Perez, Board President
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Dr. Sandra Salazar, Board Secretary
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President/Superintendent
Dr. Linda C.7L-ky
FROM:
REVIEWED BY:
PREPARED BY:
Carl Be gston
Dean, Library, Special Programs &
Services
Dr. David Betancourt
Center for Teaching Excellence
Coordinator
r. JoAnna Schilling
esident of Academic Affairs
Vice
CERRITOS COLLEGE
Meeting Date: September 18, 2013
Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees
Agenda Item No. 3
SUBJECT:
Consideration of Approval of Stipends for Center for Teaching Excellence
Workshops Taking Place Fall 2013
ACTION
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve stipends for Center for Teaching Excellence
Workshops taking place in fall 2013.
FISCAL IMPACT
Funds from the Center for Teaching Excellence budget will be utilized for this expenditure for a total
amount not to exceed $1,000. The following presenters are to receive stipends:
Andrew Maz
$500
Linda Hua
$300
Lynn Serwin
$100
Debra Moore
$100
REPORT SUMMARY
The Center for Teaching Excellence has been charged with supporting the College Strategic Goals in three
of its seven areas:
Goal 1: (Student Engagement) Engaged students are invested in their education and take responsibility for
their success. Cerritos College will provide relevant services, activities, and programs that inspire student
engagement
Goal 2: (Teaching Practices) Cerritos College will promote effective teaching practices informed by
pedagogical expertise, collaboration, reflective self-assessment, and integration of classroom technology to
facilitate student engagement and achievement of educational goals.
Goal 7: (Campus Leadership) Cerritos College will continuously improve the quality of leadership through
education, assessment, and collaboration that will empower employees to foster student success.
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During the Fall 2013 semester, faculty will participate in conducting workshops that will be delivered in the
Center for Teaching Excellence. The workshops will provide faculty the opportunity to gain knowledge and
skills on the application of educational technology towards increased student engagement and success.
NOTICING REQUIREMENTS
None is required beyond posting of this item on the agenda.
ATTACHMENT(S)
None.
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FROM:
Dr. Linda L. Lac
President/
REVIEWED BY:
D
Fatta
CERRITOS COLLEGE
Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees
Meeting Date: September 18, 2013
Agenda Item No. 4
Vice President of Business S rvices
PREPARED BY:
Mark B. Logan
Director of Purchasing
SUBJECT:
Consideration of Acceptance of Gifts for the Automotive Mechanical
Repair Program and Engineering Technology and Welding Program
ACTION
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees accept the gifts below on behalf of the college.
FISCAL IMPACT
No general funds will be used.
REPORT SUMMARY
The following items are being donated to the college:
For use in the Automotive Mechanical Repair Program
2013 Cadillac ATS (VIN: 1G6AC5S32D0111755)
Donated by: Casa De Cadillac Buick GMC Sherman Oaks
Mr. Edgar Orudzhyan
14401 Venture Blvd.
Sherman Oaks, CA 91423
The estimated value of the above item is $5,500.
2008 Saturn Outlook (VIN: 5GZER33758J119043)
Donated by: Chevrolet of Montebello
Mr. Levit Perez
310 W. Whittier Blvd.
Montebello, CA 90640
The estimated value of the above item is $8,500.
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• 2008 Saturn Outlook (VIN: 5GZER13708J160555)
Donated by: Penske Chevrolet of Cerritos
Mr. Mike Carter
18605 Studebaker Road
Cerritos, CA 90703
The estimated value of the above item is $8,500. This item was delivered to the program on August 2,
2013.
For use in the Engineering Technolo
gy
and Welding Programs
• A pallet of metal remnants and various process control equipment to be used for displays.
Donated by: De Menno-Kerdoon
2000 N. Alameda St.
Compton, CA 90222
The estimated value of the above items is $2,000.
NOTICING REQUIREMENTS
None is required beyond posting of this item on the agenda.
ATTACHMENT(S)
None.
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FROM:
Dr.
Linda
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PREPARED BY:
CERRITOS COLLEGE
Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees
Meeting Date: September 18, 2013
Agenda Item No. 5
REVIEWED BY:
President/Superintendent
R tA.
Dr. Mary Anne Gularte
Vic President of Human
Resour s
A
ssistant Superintendent
Dr. A. :a Flores-Church
Director of
Human
Resources/Risk
Management
SUBJECT:
Consideration of Approval of Employment of Temporary and/or Substitute
Hourly Faculty Personnel, as needed for 2013-2014 Academic Year
ACTION
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the employment of temporary and/or substitute hourly
faculty personnel as needed for the 2013-2014 academic year and as presented on the attached list.
FISCAL IMPACT
There is no additional financial effect. This is budgeted in the General Fund.
REPORT SUMMARY
The attached list of Temporary and/or Substitute Hourly Faculty Personnel is submitted for approval of
employment. The Office of Human Resources has received and completed the processing of employment
request forms for the employment of temporary and/or substitute hourly faculty personnel as indicated on the
attached list. All requirements for employment processing have been completed and the Office of Human
Resources cleared the individuals for employment.
NOTICING REQUIREMENTS
None is required beyond posting of this item on the agenda.
ATTACHMENT(S)
Employment of Faculty, Temporary Part-Time 2013-2014 Academic Year
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FACULTY: TEMPORARY PART-TIME
2013 - 2014 ACADEMIC YEAR
I. BUSINESS ED/HUMANITIES/SOCIAL SCIENCES
Reemployed
Salary
Name
Discipline
Placement
Rate
Ferreira
Maria
Sociology
B5
60.33
Fonti
Allison
Education
A3
54.60
Jimenez
Fernando
Administration of Justice
B5
60.33
Maldonado
Christian
Psychology
B5
60.33
Moody
Leah
Accounting
B5
60.33
Morales
Alberto
Anthropology
A3
54.60
Nagao
Denise
Court Reporting
A5
60.33
Nguyen
Son
History
B5
60.33
Nowicki
Dale
Administration of Justice
A3
54.60
Sauber
David
Paralegal
A3
54.60
Sedgwick
Emily
Philosophy
B5
60.33
Stapp
Leslie
Philosophy
B5
60.33
New Hires
Salary
Name
Discipline
Placement
Rate
Betterley
Shiloh Psychology
Al
48.83
Kaiser Curtis
Paralegal
Al
48.83
Moshiri
Shane
Economics
Al
48.83
Mosley
Yolanda
Political Science
Al
48.83
Rendon
William Political Science
Al
48.83
II. COMMUNITY, INDUSTRY and TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION
Reemployed
Salary
Name
Discipline
Placement
Rate
Cardona Rudy
Adult Education
B5
60.33
Chen
Lourdes
Adult Education
B5
60.33
Esquer Joe
Adult Education
B5
60.33
Levy
.
Elijah
Adult Education
B5
60.33
Pedroza
Art
Adult Education
A4
57.46
Salaam
Shirley Adult Education
B5
60.33
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FACULTY: TEMPORARY PART-TIME
2013 - 2014 ACADEMIC YEAR
III.
FINE ARTS/COMMUNICATIONS
Reemployed
Salary
Name
Discipline
Placement
Rate
Chen
Johanna
Music
B5
60.33
Delgado
Jasmine
Art
&
Design
A5
60.33
Garner
Tracey
Art
& Design
B4
57.46
Higgins
Michael
Music
B2
51.71
Kidd
Thomas
Art
& Design
B5
60.33
McMills
Anne
Theatre
A3
54.60
Schroeder
Adam
Music
B1
48.83
Stahl
Christine
Theatre
A5
60.33
Tsai
Tammy
Music
B5
60.33
New Hires
Salary
Name
Discipline
Placement
Rate
Bryan
John Journalism
Al
48.83
McCain
Claudia
Art
&
Design
Al
48.83
Sanchez
Alejandro
Photography
Al
48.83
IV. HEALTH OCCUPATIONS
Reemployed
Salary
Name
Discipline
Placement
Rate
Chang
Betty
Nursing
A5
60.33
New Hires
Salary
Name
Discipline
Placement
Rate
Gibson
Dionne Child Development
Al
48.83
Johnson
Shiny
Nursing
Al
48.83
Velasquez
Angelica
Clinical Nursing
Al
48.83
Wu Suyen
Nursing
Al
48.83
V.
LIBERAL ARTS
Reemployed
Salary
Name
Discipline
Placement
Rate
Rodriguez
Anna
ESL
B5
60.33
Nikolaou
Ursula
Foreign Language
B5
60.33
Walsh
Wendy
English
B5
60.33
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FACULTY: TEMPORARY PART-TIME
2013 - 2014 ACADEMIC YEAR
New Hires
Salary
Name
Discipline
Placement
Rate
Guardado
Cynthia
English
Al
48.83
Ho
Jen Yong
English
Al
48.83
Larios
Andrea
English
Al
48.83
Reeves
Mallory
English
Al
48.83
VI. LIBRARY/LEARNING RESOURCE CENTER/EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM
Part-Time Librarian
Name
Salary
Placement Rate
Reeve
Mellanie
L2
43.10
Sampson
Lynda
L2
43.10
VII.
PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Reemployed
Salary
Name
Discipline
Placement
Rate
Berney
Daniel
Dance
B5
60.33
Brokenbough
Geraldine
Physical Education/Athletics
B5
60.33
Coliflores
Vicmar
Physical Education
B4
57.46
Gould
Eric
Physical Education/Athletics
B5
60.33
Hammond
Jamie
Dance
B5
60.33
Marquez
Octavio
Physical Education
A2
51.71
Myer
Glen
Athletics
B5
60.33
Ortiz
Tito
Physical Education/Athletics
B5
60.33
Wikert Hoag
Rhonda
Physical Education
B5
60.33
New Hires
Salmi(
Name
Discipline
Placement
Rate
Anzures
Marco
Athletics
Al
48.83
Dominguez
Art
Athletics
Al
48.83
VIII.
SCIENCE, ENGINEERING AND MATHEMATICS
Reemployed
Salary
Name
Discipline
Placement
Rate
Alavian
Masoud
Computer and Information Systems
B5
60.33
Corbin
Steve
Computer and Information Systems
B5
60.33
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FACULTY: TEMPORARY PART-TIME
2013 - 2014 ACADEMIC YEAR
Ford
Bradley
Computer and Information Systems
B5
60.33
lgolnikov
Mark
Mathematics
B5
60.33
New Hires
Salary
Name
Discipline
Placement
Rate
Khodagholian
Sevana
Chemistry
Al
48.83
IX. TECHNOLOGY
Reemployed
Salary
Name
Discipline
Placement
Rate
Aragon
Richard
Automotive Mechanical Repair
B5
60.33
Castro
Willie
Automotive Collision Repair
B5
60.33
Chisum Anthony
Automotive Collision Repair
B5
60.33
Cruz
Caroline
Cosmetology
A3
54.60
Hause
Tom
Architecture
B5
60.33
Koford
Brian
Woodworking
B5
60.33
Rock
Eugene
Cosmetology
B5
60.33
Rudd
James
Automotive Collision Repair
B5
60.33
Tomaselli
Nancy
Cosmetology
B5
60.33
X.
STUDENT SERVICES
Part-Time Instructors
Salary
Name
Discipline
Placement
Rate
Klein
Ben
Student Success Center
B5
60.33
Nguimdjou
Emmanuel
Student Success Center
B5
60.33
Trinh
Thanh
Student Success Center
A5
60.33
Part-Time Counselors
Salary
Name
Assignment
Placement
Rate
Anang
Yuhaniz Counseling
C2
43.10
Davidson
Martha
Counseling
C2
43.10
Lozano
Rene
Counseling
C2
43.10
Morgan
Rebecca
Veterans Resource Center
40.23
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FROM:
PREPARED BY:
CERRITOS COLLEGE
Meeting Date: September 18, 2013
Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees
Agenda Item No. 6
Dr. Linda L.
President/Superintendent
REVIEWED BY:
t,..
ar-ke
Dr. Mary Anne Gularte
Vice President of Human
Resourc A sistant Superintendent
Dr. Ad na lores-Church
Director of Huma Resources/Risk
Management
SUBJECT:
Consideration of Approval and/or Ratification of Employment of Classified,
Short-Term, Substitute, Professional Expert, and/or Student Hourly
Personnel
ACTION
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve and/or ratify the employment of classified, short-term,
substitute, professional expert, and/or student hourly personnel as presented on the attached list.
FISCAL IMPACT
No additional fiscal impact. This is budgeted in the General Fund. Some positions are Categorically or
Specially funded as indicated.
REPORT SUMMARY
The attached list of classified, short-term, substitute, professional expert, and/or student hourly personnel is
submitted for approval and/or ratification of employment.
The Office of Human Resources has received and completed the processing of Employment Request forms
for the employment of classified, short-term, substitute, professional expert, and/or student hourly personnel
as indicated on the attached list.
All requirements for employment processing have been completed and the Office of Human Resources has
cleared the individuals for employment.
NOTICING REQUIREMENTS
None is required beyond posting of this item on the agenda.
ATTACHMENT(S)
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EMPLOYMENT OF CLASSIFIED, SHORT-TERM, SUBSTITUTE,
PROFESSIONAL EXPERT, AND/OR STUDENT HOURLY PERSONNEL
I.
Short-term hourly em
p
loyment (as needed), variable hours per day not to exceed 25 hours a
week, for a period not to exceed June 30, 2014, or 175 total workdays, whichever occurs first
Acosta, Marcelino*
Instructional Aide I
$9.56/hr (1)
09/18/13
Adnan, Hajra*
Instructional Aide II
$13.45/hr (2)
08/19/13
Avellaneda, Raul
Instructional Aide II
$12.81/hr (1)
08/19/13
Benevidez, Edward*
Instructional Aide II
$12.81/hr (1)
09/19/13
Castro, Kevin
Instructional Aide I
$9.56/hr
08/19/13
Cheatham, Teresa.
Community Education Specialist
$29.15/hr
08/19/13
Connal, Janice
Community Education Specialist
$29.15/hr
08/19/13
Cook, Shaun*
Instructional Aide II
$13.45/hr (2)
08/19/13
Cuevas, Andrew*
Instructional Aide II
$12.81/hr (1)
08/19/13
Cuarenta, Jazmin
Intermediate Clerk
$9.56/hr
09/19/13
Day, Nicole*
Instructional Aide II
$14.13/hr (3)
08/19/13
Devai, Trace
Cont. Ed. Specialist (Arts
& Crafts)
$22.45/hr
09/18/13
Espinoza, Carolina
Instructional Aide II
$12.81/hr (1)
09/19/13
Estrada, Thomas
Aide-General (Laborer)
$8.00/hr
09/05/13
Gabayeron, Katherine
Aquatics Specialist
$10.11/hr
08/19/13
Gonzalez, Guillermo
Instructional Aide II
$12.81/hr (1)
08/19/13
Gonzalez, Nancy
Instructional Aide II
$12.81/hr (1)
09/19/13
Griffin, April
Community Education Specialist
$29.15/hr
08/19/13
Gutierrez, Silvia
Instructional Aide I
$9.56/hr
08/19/13
Hill, Shelia
Community Education Specialist
$29.15/hr
08/19/13
Ishibashi, Tammi*
Instructional Aide II
$12.81/hr (1)
09/19/13
Jalali, Ali
Instructional Aide II
$12.81/hr (1)
09/19/13
Jalali, Ali*
Instructional Aide II
$12.81/hr (1)
08/19/13
Joson, Joseph
Instructional Aide II
$12.81/hr (1)
09/05/13
Kayser, Lance
Community Education Specialist
$29.15/hr
08/19/13
Keefe, Molly Aide-Special (Interpreter Certified)
$41.00/hr (1)
08/26/13
Lenton, Amanda
Community Education Specialist
$29.15/hr
08/19/13
Lopez, Monica
Community Education Specialist
$29.15/hr
08/19/13
Mathews, Ashaka Aide-General (Laboratory)
$8.00/hr (1)
09/19/13
Mathews, Melissa*
Instructional Aide II
$12.81/hr (1)
08/19/13
1
* Categorically Funded
** Specially Funded
Presented to the Board of Trustees: September 18, 2013
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Medina, Rio*
Mendez, Lisa*
Mitchel, Roanna
Montegary, Matthew*
Morales, Margaret*
Morris, Ryan*
Mullins, Terrance
Nelson, Linda
Ngo, Michelle
Nikdel, Mojdeh
Ortega, Christian*
Palafox, Anay*
Patton, Lori
Phan, Henry
Pineda, Salatiel
Pineda, Salatiel*
Powell, Laura
Powell, Laura*
Ramirez, Anna*
Rendon, William*
Reyes, Dolores
Rich, Samantha
Rodriguez Cervantes, Pamela
Ruiz, Andrew*
Ruiz, Ricardo
Salazar, Andrew*
Salazar, Andrew*
Salazar, Felicitas
Sanchez, Sergio
Sandoval, Steve
Scott, Nakela*
Sterling, Merrick
Stockwell, Melissa*
Vargas, Amelia*
Vega, Vanessa*
Student Affairs Technician
Instructional Aide II
Instructional Aide I
Instructional Aide II
Secretary Clerk
Instructional Aide II
Community Education Specialist
Student Activities Clerk
Community Education Specialist
Community Education Specialist
Aide-Special (Special Education)
Instructional Aide II
Aide-Special (Interpreter IV)
Community Education Specialist
Instructional Aide ll
Instructional Aide II
Instructional Aide II
Instructional Aide II
Aide-Special (Counselor)
Instructional Aide II
Student Activities Clerk
Aide-Special (Interpreter III)
Instructional Aide I
Clerk
Instructional Aide II
Instructional Aide II
Instructional Aide II
Secretary Clerk
Instructional Aide II
Gardener/Groundskeeper
Clerk
Community Education Specialist
Instructional Aide II
Aide-Special (Special Education)
Instructional Aide II
2
$11.60/hr
$12.81/hr (1)
$9.56/hr
$14.13/hr (3)
$10.53/hr
$12.81/hr (1)
$29.15/hr
$9.56/hr
$29.15/hr
$29.15/hr
$8.00/hr (1)
$12.81/hr (1)
$33.50/hr (1)
$29.15/hr
$12.81/hr (1)
$12.81/hr (1)
$12.81/hr (1)
$12.81/hr (1)
$8.00/hr (1)
$12.81/hr (1)
$9.56/hr
$26.50/hr (1)
$9.56/hr (1)
$8.64/hr
$12.81/hr (1)
$12.81/hr (1)
$12.81/hr (1)
$10.53/hr
$12.81/hr (1)
$9.99/hr
$8.64/hr
$29.15/hr
$14.13/hr (3)
$8.00/hr (1)
$14.13/hr (3)
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09/11/13
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09/05/13
08/19/13
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08/19/13
09/05/13
08/19/13
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09/04/13
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09/03/13
09/19/13
09/19/13
09/18/13
08/19/13
08/19/13
08/19/13
08/19/13
* Categorically Funded
** Specially Funded
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Walczak, Elizabeth
Student Activities Clerk
$9.56/hr
09/11/13
Walker, Ryan*
Clerk
$8.64/hr
09/18/13
White, Leah*
Aide-Special (Special Education)
$8.00/hr (1)
08/19/13
Wilson, Lloyd
Custodian
$9.76/hr
09/19/13
Young, David
Community Education Specialist
$29.15/hr
08/19/13
Zamora, Brenda*
Intermediate Clerk
$9.56/hr
09/19/13
3
* Categorically Funded
** Specially Funded
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FROM:
CERRITOS COLLEGE
Meeting Date: September 18, 2013
Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees
Agenda Item No. 8
President/Superintendent
SUBJECT:
Consideration of Adoption of Revised Board Policy 1200 - Mission
Statement
ACTION
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees adopt the following revised mission statement:
"Cerritos College is committed to providing its diverse student population with high quality, comprehensive
instructional programs and support services that offer clear pathways to achieve personal, educational, and
career goals. In doing so, the college develops in students the knowledge, skills, and values that prepare
them to be productive participants in the global community."
FISCAL IMPACT
No general funds will be used.
REPORT SUMMARY
Faculty, management, and classified/confidential staff discussed the revision of the college's mission
statement to reflect Cerritos College's broad educational purposes, intended student population, and
commitment to student learning at the May 10, 2013 Strategic Planning Retreat. A draft statement was
developed and shared with the campus community via the May 16 President's Message. The Office of
Academic Affairs also communicated the draft mission statement with the campus via email communication
and requested feedback via a survey, which led to a minor revision.
The proposed revised mission statement was reviewed and discussed by the ASCC Cabinet on August 26,
Faculty Senate on August 27 and September 3, and the College Committee on Planning and Budget on
September 5 to ensure all constituencies' have an opportunity to provide input. The College Coordinating
Committee reviewed feedback on September 9 and voted unanimously to recommend that the Board of
Trustees adopt the revised mission statement
NOTICING REQUIREMENTS
None is required beyond posting of this item on the agenda.
ATTACHMENT(S)
Revised Board Policy 1200 — Mission
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Cerritos Community College District Policy
No. 1200
The District
1 BP 1200 MISSION
2
Reference:
3
Accreditation Standard I
4
Cerritos College is committed to providing its diverse student population with high
5
quality, comprehensive instructional programs and support services that offer clear
6
pathways to achieve personal, educational, and career goals. In doing so, the college
7
develops in students the knowledge, skills, and values that prepare them to be
8
productive participants in the global community.
e - -
e — •
takes
pride in offcring open
access education-fec-ascociate degrees, transfer, career
technical training, basic skills, and lifelong I arning. Creating
career
pathways and
opportunities for self enrichment that benefit the
economic
vitality of its unique,
multicultural community, Cerritos College
values
diversity and employs learning
programs
and student
services
that
underscore
student SUCCO',
Faculty, staff,
18
The District provides a technologically advanced educational community in which
19
students pursue a variety of educational goals: attainment of an associate degree,
20
transfer to a four-year university, career/technical degree or certificate, or job skills.
21
Achievement of these goals is strongly supported with instruction in basic skills as well
22
as with student and instructional support services. Beyond these college credit
23
programs and services, Cerritos College actively enriches the surrounding community
24 through its varied community education programs.
25
The mission is evaluated and revised on a regular basis. To maintain consistency with
26
the District's accreditation cycle and to ensure that the review process is aligned with
27
the strategic planning cycle, the review and revision process of the District's mission is
28 scheduled
at least once
every six years. The current mission statement was adopted
29 on
May 5, 2010 September 18, 2013.
30
Office of Primary Responsibility: President/Superintendent
Date Adopted: October 17, 2007
Dates Revised: March 18, 2009; May 5, 2010k
September 18, 2013
(Replaces Cerritos College Policy 1001)
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
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FROM:
REVIEWED BY:
eve Ric ardson
Executive Director of Foundation and
Community Advancement
CERRITOS COLLEGE
Meeting Date: September 18, 2013
Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees
Agenda Item No. 9
SUBJECT:
Consideration of Approval of Request to Name the Reception Area in the
New Liberal Arts/DSPS Building as the Dr. Bob Hughlett Reception Area
ACTION
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve a request and accept a donation commitment from
Dr. Bob Hughlett for naming rights for the DSPS Reception Area in the new Liberal Arts/DSPS Building.
FISCAL IMPACT
No general funds will be used. Any costs incurred for plaques or lettering will be paid by the Cerritos
College Foundation.
REPORT SUMMARY
In accordance with guidelines stipulated in Administrative Procedure 2900 — Naming of Facilities, a request
for naming of facilities was received and approved by the Executive Director of Foundation and Community
Advancement, and submitted to the President/Superintendent. The $5,000 donation commitment
accompanying the request conforms to the recommended amount for this naming opportunity as specified
in the naming brochure.
The request was reviewed by the College Coordinating Committee on August 26 and the committee
unanimously voted to forward a recommendation to the board to accept the request for naming of facilities.
NOTICING REQUIREMENTS
None is required beyond posting of this item on the agenda.
ATTACHMENT(S)
Request for Naming of Facilities
Administrative Procedure 2900 — Naming of Facilities
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Cerritos College
Request for Naming of Facilities
Please complete the information below to request naming a building, structure, classroom/lab,
facility or other area on campus. All requests must follow guidelines specified in Board Policy
and Administrative Procedure 2900 — Naming of Facilities.
Requestor Information:
Steve Richardson
07/30/13
Print Name
Date of Request
Cerritos College Foundation
x 2536
Address
Phone Number
Manager (Foundation Executive Director)
srichardsonAcerritos.edu
Cerritos College Affiliation (staff, student, community, etc.)
Email
This is a request to name a Cerritos College facility for:
Individual Service (attach a minimum of three letters of support and a detailed biography)
Group Service (attach a minimum of three letters of support)
Recognition of a Gift/Donation
Other (please list)
Describe the facility you are requesting to name:
DSPS Reception Area in the new Liberal Arts/DSPS Building
Proposed Facility Name:
Dr. Bob Hughlett Reception Area
Rationale
(attach additional pages if necessary):
A $5,000 donation from Dr. Bob Hughlett to the Cerritos College Foundation. This conforms to
the recommended donation for this naming opportunity as specified in the Naming
Opportunities brochure.
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Cerritos Community College District Procedure
No. 2900
Board of Trustees
I AP 2900 NAMING OF FACILITIES
2
References:
3
No references
4
The final authority for naming District facilities rests with the Board of Trustees.
5 The Board of Trustees has delegated to the President/Superintendent the authority to
6 coordinate and recommend the processes and criteria for the consideration of the
7
naming of facilities.
8 Facilities that may be considered for naming
9
1. All buildings, structures, facilities, areas located at the District that are not
10
currently named.
11
2. All lecture halls, classrooms, studios, labs, athletic facilities and permanent
12
fixtures.
13
3. All areas where students, staff and the public gather, including walkways,
14
benches and gardens.
15
4. Other items (such as major equipment) if appropriate for naming purposes.
16
5. As a general criterion, new, updated, modernized and existing buildings shall be
17
named for an individual or group when a monetary gift is involved. Other
18
facilities may be named for a substantial gift, an individual or group rendering
19
exceptional service and achieving such unique distinction to warrant recognition,
20
prestigious individuals or organizations, or other purposes.
21 Process and Criteria for Naming Facilities
22
1. Requests for naming buildings, structures, classrooms, labs, facilities or areas on
23
campus shall be submitted in writing to the President/Superintendent by
24
completing the Request for Naming of Facilities form.
25
2. The President/Superintendent shall forward the request(s) to the College
26
Coordinating Committee and Executive Director of Foundation and Community
27
Advancement to review and make a recommendation.
28
3. The President/Superintendent shall forward the College Coordinating Committee
29
and Executive Director of Foundation and Community Advancement's
30
recommendation to accept, deny, or modify the naming of a building, structure,
31
classroom, lab, facility, or area on campus to the Board of Trustees for final
32
review and decision.
33
4. All requests shall include the following:
34
• A rationale for requesting the naming of the building or facility including
35
evidence of a broad base of support, with a minimum of three letters of
36
support.
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• If appropriate, a detailed biography of the person for whom the building or
38
facility is to be named.
39
5. Proposals for recognition may originate from departments, college organizations
40
or entities within the District.
41 Naming a structure, classroom, lab, facility or area for individual service to the
42
District
43
1. The following criteria shall be used in naming a District facility in honor of an
44
individual or group:
45
• Rendered service documented as clearly and measurably exceeding in
46
quality and accomplishment than what might be ordinarily expected of
47
someone occupying the same position.
48
• Rendered service over a period of at least ten years.
49
• Materially and profoundly contributed to the overall advancement of the
50
institution through any combination of the following:
facilities
51
improvements; program development and enhancements; fostering
52
consensus building; noteworthy fundraising; creation of partnerships with
53
business, industry, and other public and private agencies that clearly
54
advance the institution; providing leadership that clearly and significantly
55
contributes to the advancement of the institution; is recognized in the field
56
of education, business and industry, or government as having made
57
significant contributions to the educational profession, economic
58
development of the region, or to workforce development thereby bringing
59
status and recognition to the institution; and/or other pertinent criteria.
60
• Made exceptional contributions to the District considered to be equivalent
61
or nearly equivalent to the value of the facility or area to be named for
62
him/her in terms of institutional advancement.
63
• Achieved such unique distinction as to warrant recognition.
64
2. As a general rule, if the request is to honor a living person, the individual may not
65
be an employee or trustee at the time of consideration. Individuals will not be
66
considered for this honor until at least three years following the individual's
67
separation from the District.
Under extraordinary circumstances, this
68
requirement may be waived.
69
3. If the request is to honor a deceased person, the recommendation should be
70
made free from emotion and transitory pressure; therefore, no request shall be
71
considered until the individual has been deceased at least one year.
72
4. An appropriate relationship between the use of the facility or its function and the
73
person for whom it will be named should exist.
74 Naming a building, structure, classroom, lab, facility or area of recognition for a
75
significant gift to the District
76
1. Facilities may be named for a benefactor or an individual nominated by a
77
benefactor when the benefactor's contributions make possible significant
78
additions to District facilities or operations.
79
2. Such facilities will not be named in return for deferred gifts unless the gifts are
80
part of an irrevocable trust. Such facilities will not be named for persons making
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gifts of property (real or personal) until the gift is converted to liquid assets.
82
Under extraordinary circumstances, this requirement may be waived.
83
3. The significance and amount of the proposed gift shall be taken into
84
consideration as either or both relate to the realization, completion, or
85
enhancement of a facility or property.
86
4. A District facility may be named for individuals or organizations responsible for a
87
"substantial gift" benefiting the college. The term "substantial gift" in this context
88
is deliberately not defined by arbitrary standards or by a specific dollar amount.
89
Its interpretation is meant to be flexible so that each situation may be judged on
90
its own merits and may take into account significant contributions or personal
91
services as well as monetary or in-kind gifts. It is expected that each naming
92
opportunity will recognize the donor according to the level of gift and size of
93
facility.
94
5. The donor gift shall be in an amount which will either fund the total cost of the
95
facility to be named or provide the funding for the portion of the total cost which
96
would not have been available from any other source (such as federal or state
97
loans or appropriations, student fees, bond issues, etc.), with the latter to
98
constitute a significant portion of the total cost of the facility to be named.
99 Naming a structure, classroom, lab, facility or area for a person(s), groups, or
100 other purposes when neither gift nor service is involved
101
Names of facilities or areas should lend prestige to the District and to staff, students,
102
and the community. The credentials, character, and reputation of each individual,
103
organization, or corporation for the naming being considered shall be carefully
104
scrutinized and evaluated. Proposals to name a District facility for other purposes such
105
as its function shall adhere to the guidelines specified within this procedure.
106 Nominations submitted for consideration must be accompanied by sufficient rationale
107 and supporting documentation.
108
Sig nage
109
1. Buildings to be named should normally bear the last name of the person and the
110
building name, e.g., "The Doe Memorial Library," in a typeface and style
111
consistent with campus signage. The lettering of the nameplate shall be
112
reviewed
by the Vice
President of Business Services and
113
President/Superintendent and submitted for consideration of approval to the
114
Board of Trustees.
115
2. A plaque of appropriate materials and design, permanently affixed to the outside
116
of the wall nearest the front entrance listing the name of the person for whom the
117
building is named and their connection to the District, the building and architect,
118
the Board of Trustees and the President/Superintendent at the time any new
119
building is constructed and dedicated or in the case of extensive remodeling and
120
rededication.
121
3. Lecture halls, classrooms, and labs named may also be identified with a plaque
122
of appropriate materials and design mounted on the wall directly outside the main
123
entrance to the facility.
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124
4. All areas where students, staff, and the public gather, including walkways,
125
benches, and gardens may also be identified with a plaque or acknowledgement
126
plate of appropriate materials and design mounted near the area. The plaque or
127
acknowledgement plate design should be consistent with the design of the facility
128
and easily maintained.
129 Duration of Naming Recognition
130 Naming of District property may be granted by the Board of Trustees as either
131 permanent or for a defined period of time. The recommendation to the Board shall
132 include the recommended duration of the recognition.
133 Transferability of Naming Recognition
134
Naming of a designated piece of District property shall not survive the named property's
135 existence. Should the named property be removed or redesigned for another use the
136
naming recognition shall not automatically be assigned to its replacement or any other
137
like property without the express authorization of the Board of Trustees.
A
138 recommendation for the transfer of the naming rights may be presented to the Board of
139
Trustees for consideration at any time within the originally defined recognition period.
140
Office of Primary Responsibility: President/Superintendent
Date Approved: January 14, 2008
Dates Revised: September 13, 2010; April 11, 2011
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CERRITOS COLLEGE
Meeting Date: September 18, 2013
Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees
Agenda Item No. 10
FROM:
REVIEWED BY:
PREPARED BY:
Dr. Linda-L-acy
President/Super
a
dent
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Vice President of Business Services
Mark B. Logan
Director of Purchasing
SUBJECT:
Consideration of Approval of Bid No. 13P004, Fire Alarm Group 5
ACTION
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the award of contract for Bid No. 13P004, Fire Alarm
Group 5 project to RDM Electric Co., Inc. as the lowest responsive, responsible bidder in the amount of
$1,105,000, which equals the Total Base Bid Amount.
Board approval is contingent upon resolution of any bid protests during the applicable protest time period.
Board approval is also contingent upon the contractor providing acceptable insurance and bonding as
required in the Bid and Contract Documents.
FISCAL IMPACT
The amount of the lowest responsive, responsible bid for the Total Base Bid Amount is $1,105,000. Funding
for this project will be allocated from the GO Bond.
REPORT SUMMARY
On May 30, 2013 and June 6, 2013 the District advertised the release of Bid No. 12P008 for the Fire Alarm
Group 5 project. The project included, but was not limited to, removing and replacing the existing fire alarm
systems at the Science/Math Complex, Burnight Center, Classroom Building, Public Affairs Building, and
Community Education Buildings, and installing a new fire alarm/mass notification system. The project work
also included testing and tie-in to the existing fiber line. The bid had a bid due date of June 27, 2013. The
project was bid using a traditional single-prime/general contractor project delivery method requiring a pre-
qualified contractor from the District's pre-qualified contractor's list with Class B or Class C-10 contractor's
licenses to bid on the project.
Four contractors attended the mandatory conference meeting and job walk on June 13, 2013. Upon further
consideration and determination that the potential existed of only receiving one or two bids, the District
cancelled the bid with the intent to re-bid the project to both increase outreach efforts and add some
clarification to the project specifications.
On July 22, 2013 and July 29, 2013 the District advertised and released Bid No. 13P004 for the Fire Alarm
Group 5 project, which was a re-bid of the above-referenced project. The bid specifications were further
clarified and incorporated the request for information (RFI) received from the previous bidding of the project.
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The project had an estimated construction cost of $1,200,000. This re-bid project again utilized a traditional
single-prime/general contractor project delivery method requiring a pre-qualified contractor from the District's
pre-qualified contractor's list with Class B or Class C-10 contractor's licenses to bid on the project.
Attendance at either of the pre-bid conference meetings and job walks scheduled on August 2, 2013 and
August 9, 2013 was mandatory. A total of 15 contractors attended the mandatory pre-bid conference and job
walk meetings —8 contractors on August 2, 2013 and 7 contractors on August 9, 2013. Three contractors
submitted bids for the project by the Bid Due Date of August 20, 2013. Recommendation of award of contract
was predicated on the lowest responsive, responsible bidder for the Total Base Bid Amount as stipulated in
the Bid and Contract Documents. A summary of the Bid Opening Results are attached hereto.
Upon completion of the District's due diligence review, RDM Electric Co., Inc. is the lowest responsive and
responsible bidder for this project work, and acceptance of the bid is in the best interest of the District.
NOTICING REQUIREMENTS
None is required beyond posting of this item on the agenda.
ATTACHMENT(S)
Bid No. 13P004, Fire Alarm Group 5 Bid Opening Results.
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Cerritos Community College District
Bid No. 13P004, Fire Alarm Group 5
Bid Opening Results
Bid Due Date: August 20, 2013; 2:00 pm
RDM Electric Co., Inc.
Reyes
&
Sons Electric
Daniel's Electric
Chino, CA
Sylmar, CA
Fontana, CA
Base Bid Amount
1,030,000.00 1,266,000.00 1,424,000.00
Allowance Amount
75,000.00 75,000.00
$
75,000.00
TOTAL BASE BID AMOUNT
1,105,000.00
$
1,341,000.00
$
1,499,000.00
DELTA FROM LOWEST BID
236,000.00
$
394,000.00
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Dr. Linda L. Lacy
President/S
David E Fattal
FROM:
REVIEWED BY:
PREPARED BY:
Vice
ent of Business ervices
CERRITOS COLLEGE
Meeting Date: September 18, 2013
Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees
Agenda Item No. 11
oorali Delawalla
Director of Fiscal Services
SUBJECT:
Consideration of Approval of the 2013-14 Adopted Budget
ACTION
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the proposed 2013-14 Adopted Budget.
FISCAL IMPACT
As presented.
REPORT SUMMARY
The College is required to have its 2013-14 annual budget adopted by the Board of Trustees and submitted
to the Chancellor's Office by September 18 and to the Los Angeles County Office of Education after adoption.
This budget provides a snapshot-in-time view of the District's projected revenues and expenditures. These
financial projections are based upon the best and most current information available from both internal and
external sources including the Chancellor's Office Budget Workshop that was held on August 6, 2013. Budget
revisions are regularly presented to the Board of Trustees throughout the year as new information becomes
available.
Key components of the unrestricted general fund include: 1.57% Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA); 1.63%
workload restoration; and, .74% deficit coefficient. Combined, these items equate to $2,307,274 in additional
revenue over the previous year. These additional revenues provide for a balanced budget with a nominal
surplus. Approximately $1,200,000 of these increased revenues will fund an additional 300 planned for
sections.
It is important to note that any future revenue shortfalls or expenditure increases will impact the budget in
some way.
NOTICING REQUIREMENTS
The notice of public hearing on the proposed 2013-14 adopted budget was advertised in the Long Beach
Press Telegram newspaper on September 4, 2013.
ATTACHMENT(S)
2013-14 Adopted Budget
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FROM:
Dr. Lindattacy
CERRITOS COLLEGE
Meeting Date: September 18, 2013
Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees
Agenda Item No. 12
President/Superintendent
REVIEWED BY:
u.
Dr. Mary Anne Gularte
Vice President of Human Resources/
Assistant Superintendent
PREPARED BY:
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Dr. Mary Anne Gularte
Vice President of Human Resources/
Assistant Superintendent
SUBJECT:
Consideration of Approval of Resolution 13-20, Adoption of the Cerritos
College District Equal Employment Opportunity Plan, as Reviewed and
Revised by the College's Equal Employment Opportunity Advisory
Committee, and in Compliance with the California Education Code and
Title 5 Requirement
ACTION
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve Resolution 13-20 and adopt the District's Equal
Employment Opportunity (EEO) Plan ("Plan"). The Board resolution reaffirms the District's commitment to
ensuring all qualified applicants for employment and all employees have full and equal access to employment
opportunities and are not subjected to discrimination.
FISCAL IMPACT
No fiscal effect.
REPORT SUMMARY
All California Community Colleges are required to complete an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Plan
under California law. Guidelines for this plan are set forth by the State Chancellor's Office and Board Policy
3420, Equal Employment Opportunity. The Plan guides the District's overall diversity efforts, meets the
District's obligations with respect to federal reporting requirements, and meeting accreditation standards.
The Plan establishes procedures for a working and learning environment that promotes diversity, inclusion,
and equal employment opportunities. The Plan reflects the District's commitment to hire and retain faculty
and staff who are sensitive to and knowledgeable about the continually changing and diverse student body
and community that it serves. The Plan affirms that a diverse and inclusive workplace is fundamental to
maintaining a robust academic environment and fulfilling the District's mission to prepare students for
success in a global society.
The EEO Plan was reviewed and revised by the College Equal Employment Opportunity Advisory
Committee, a shared governance committee comprised of broad representation of the college's governance
groups, as well as the College Coordinating Committee. In addition, legal counsel reviewed the Plan to
ensure compliance with legal requirements and State Chancellor mandates.
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The updated Plan brings the District's compliance into conformity with recent developments in EEO law and
best practices, providing a strong framework for future action, reporting, and compliance. As required by the
California Code of Regulations, the Plan contains 17 components of legal compliance including: Introduction,
Definitions, Policy Statement, Delegation of Responsibilities, Advisory Committee, Complaints, Notifications,
Training and Screening of Selection Committees, Annual Written Notice, Analysis of District Workforce and
Applicant Pool, Analysis of Underrepresentation, Methods to Address Underrepresentation, Additional Steps
to Remedy Significant Underrepresentation, Other Measures Necessary to Further Equal Employment
Opportunity, Goals for Hiring Persons with Disabilities, Graduate Assumption of Loans Programs for
Education, Progress in Achieving Full-Time to Part-Time Faculty Ratio.
The EEO Plan exemplifies the District's commitment to equal employment opportunity for all people
regardless of ethnic group identification, race, color, national origin, religion, age, sex, physical disability,
mental disability, ancestry, sexual orientation, or on the basis of these perceived characteristics, or based on
association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.
Resolution 13-20 affirms the District's commitment to Equal Employment Opportunity and formally adopts
the Plan.
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Board of Trustees Resolution 13-20: Adoption of Equal Employment Opportunity Plan
Cerritos College District Equal Employment Opportunity Plan, September 18, 2013
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EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY PLAN
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OFFICE OF HUMAN RESOURCES
ADOPTED BY THE BOARD
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CERRITOS COLLEGE
EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY (EEO) PLAN
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction
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Board of Trustee Resolution to Adopt the District's Equal Employment Opportunity Plan
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Section II: Definitions
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Section III: Policy Statement
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Section IV: Delegation of Responsibilities, Authority, and Compliance
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Section V: Advisory Committee
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Section VI: Complaints
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Section VII: Notification to District Employees
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Section VIII: Training for Screening/Selection Committees
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Section IX: Annual Written Notice to Organizations and Community Groups
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Section X: Analysis of District Workforce and Applicant Pool
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Section XI: Analysis of Underrepresentation and Significant Underrepresentation
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Section XII: Methods to Address Underrepresentation
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Section XIII: Additional Steps to Remedy Significant Underrepresentation
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Section XIV: Other Measures Necessary to Further Equal Employment Opportunity
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Section XV: Goals for Hiring Persons with Disabilities
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Section XVI: Graduate Assumption of Loans Program for Education
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Section XVII: Progress in Achieving Full-Time to Part-Time Faculty Ratio
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I. Introduction
The Cerritos Community College District Equal Employment Opportunity Plan ("Plan") was
adopted by the Board of Trustees on _(date)_. The EEO Plan supports the District's
Educational Master Plan and reflects the District's commitment to equal employment
opportunity, and its recognition that a diverse and inclusive workforce serves the educational
mission of the District to prepare students for success in a global society.
The Plan provides the processes that will be utilized by the District to promote equal
employment opportunity in conformance with the applicable regulations in the California Code
of Regulations, Title 5, sections 53000 et seq.. The Plan is intended to foster a working and
learning environment that promotes diversity, inclusion, and equal employment opportunities.
To properly serve a growing diverse student population, the Plan also reflects the District's
commitment to hire and retain faculty and staff who are sensitive to, and knowledgeable
about, the needs of the continually changing and diverse student body and community that it
serves.
Signature of the CEO
Dr. Linda L. Lacy, President/Superintendent
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CERRITOS COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
Resolution No 13-20
RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
OF THE CERRITOS COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT TO
ADOPT THE DISTRICT'S EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY PLAN
WHEREAS,
it is the District's policy to ensure that all qualified applicants for employment and
employees have full and equal access to employment opportunity, and are not subjected to
discrimination in any program or activity of the District onAhe basis of ethnic group
identification, race, color, national origin, religion, age,Aex, physical disability, mental disability,
ancestry, sexual orientation, or on the basis of these Oeeceived'characteristics, or based on
association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived
characteristics; and
WHEREAS,
the Board of Trustees reaffirms its dedication to fostering a diverse and inclusive
workplace that welcomes the employment of qualified individuals from all vValks.of life,
appreciates the contributions of inclividuals with a wide range of experiences and perspectives,
and is free from barriers to employme4-for historically underrepresented groups; and
WHEREAS,
the Board of Trustees finds that a diverse and inclu‘sivemorkplace is fundamental to
maintaining a robust academic environment and fulfillipgthe District's mission to prepare
students for success in aglobal society; and
WHEREAS,
the District is committed to hiring arid retaining faculty and staff who are sensitive
to, and knowledgeable about, the needs ofthe continually changing and diverse student body
and community served by the Ditrict and the community colleges of California; and
WHEREAS
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Equal Employment Opportunity Plan will ensure the implementation of the equal
employment opportunity principles anciv,alues enumerated above.
NOW, THEREFORE;
BE IT RESOLVED
that the Board of Trustees of the Cerritos Community
College District hereby adopts the attached Equal Employment Opportunity Plan.
APPROVED, PASSED, AND ADOPTE
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College District on this 18
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'‘day
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Of September 2013, by the following vote:
AYES:
NOES:
ABSTENTIONS
President of the Board of Trustees of the Cerritos
Community College District
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Attested to:
Secretary of the Board of Trustees of the
Cerritos Community College District
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II. Definitions
California Code of Regulations, Title 5, Section 53001
1)
Adverse Impact: "Adverse impact" means that a statistical measure (such as those outlined in
the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's "Uniform Guidelines on Employee Selection
Procedures") is applied to the effects of a selection procedure and demonstrates a
disproportionate negative impact on any group protected from discrimination pursuant to
Government Code section 12940. A disparity identified in a given selection process will not be
considered to constitute adverse impact if the numbers involved are too small to permit a
meaningful comparison.
2)
Business Necessity: "Business necessity" means circumstances that justify an exception to
the requirements of section 53012(b)(1) because compliance with that section would result in
substantial additional financial cost to the District or pose a significant threat to human life or
safety. Business necessity requires greater financial cost than mere business convenience.
Business necessity does not exist where there is an alternative that will serve business needs
equally well.
3)
Diversity: "Diversity" means a condition of broad inclusion in an employment environment
that offers equal employment opportunity for all persons. It requires both the presence, and
the respectful treatment, of individuals from a wide range of ethnic, racial, age, national origin,
religious, gender, sexual orientation, disability and socio-economic backgrounds. Diverse
workplaces include qualified individuals from groups that have been historically excluded from
that workplace.
4)
Equal Employment Opportunity: "Equal employment opportunity" means that all qualified
individuals have a full and fair opportunity to compete for hiring and promotion and to enjoy
the benefits of employment with the district. Equal employment opportunity should exist at all
levels in the seven job categories per Title 5, which include executive/administrative/
managerial, faculty and other instructional staff, professional nonfaculty, secretarial/clerical,
technical and paraprofessional, skilled crafts, and service and maintenance. Equal employment
opportunity also involves:
(a)
identifying and eliminating barriers to employment that are not job related; and
(b)
creating an environment which fosters cooperation, acceptance, democracy, and
free expression of ideas and is welcoming to men and women, persons with
disabilities, and individuals from all ethnic and other groups protected from
discrimination pursuant to Government Code section 12940.
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5)
Equal Employment Opportunity Plan: An "equal employment opportunity plan" is a written
document in which a district's work force is analyzed and specific plans and procedures are set
forth for ensuring equal employment opportunity.
6)
Equal Employment Opportunity Programs: "Equal employment opportunity programs"
means all the various methods by which equal employment opportunity is ensured. Such
methods include, but are not limited to, using nondiscriminatory employment practices, and
actively recruiting, monitoring and taking additional steps consistent with Title 5 regulations
and this Plan.
7)
a) Ethnic Minorities: "Ethnic minorities" means American Indians or Alaskan Natives
(Native Americans), Asians, Pacific Islanders, Blacks/African-Americans, and
Hispanics/Latinos.
b) Ethnic Group Identification: "Ethnic group identification" means an individual's
identification in one or more of the ethnic groups reported to the Chancellor pursuant
to Title 5, Section 53004. These groups shall be more specifically defined by the
Chancellor consistent with state and federal law.
8)
Goals for Persons with Disabilities: "Goals for persons with disabilities" means a statement
that the District will strive to attract and hire qualified persons with disabilities, consistent with
its commitment to promoting equal employment opportunity and diversity at all levels of the
workforce. To the extent Title 5 sets forth specific obligations to foster the representation of
qualified disabled individuals in the workplace, "goals for person with disabilities" also means a
statement in compliance with those obligations. The term "goals" does not refer to "quotas" or
rigid proportions.
9)
In-House or Promotional Only Hiring: "In-house or promotional only" hiring means that only
existing District regular employees are allowed to apply for a position.
10)
Monitored Group: "Monitored Group" means those groups identified in Title 5, Section
53004(b) for which monitoring and reporting is required pursuant to Title 5, Section 53004(a).
11)
Person with a Disability: "Person with a disability" means any person who: (1) has a physical
or mental impairment as defined in Government Code section 12926 which limits one or more
of such person's major life activities, (2) has a record of such an impairment, or (3) is regarded
as having such an impairment. A person with a disability is "limited" if the condition makes the
achievement of the major life activity difficult.
12)
Projected Representation: "Projected representation" means the percentage of persons
from a monitored group determined by the Chancellor to be available and qualified to perform
the work in question. In the absence of a determination by the Chancellor, projected
representation is given no alternate meaning or application in this Plan.
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13)
Reasonable Accommodation: "Reasonable accommodation" means the efforts made on the
part of the District to allow disabled applicants to access the job application process and allow
disabled employees to perform the essential functions of their positions, consistent with the
District's legal obligations under the Americans with Disabilities Act and the California Fair
Employment and Housing Act. "Reasonable Accommodation" may include the items designated
in Title 5, Section 53025.
14)
Screening or Selection Procedures: "Screening or selection procedure" means any measure,
combination of measures, or procedures used as a basis for any employment decision.
Selection procedures include the full range of assessment techniques, including but not limited
to, traditional paper and pencil tests, performance tests, and physical, educational, and work
experience requirements, interviews, and review of application forms.
15)
Significantly Underrepresented Group: "Significantly underrepresented group" means any
monitored group for which the percentage of persons from that group employed by the district
in any job category listed in section 53004(a) is below eighty percent (80%) of the projected
representation for that group in the job category in question.
16)
Target Date: "Target date" means a point in time by which the District plans to meet an
established goal for persons with disabilities and, thereby, achieve projected representation in
a particular job category.
17)
Timetable: "Timetable" means a set of specific annual hiring objectives that will lead to
meeting a goal for persons with disabilities by a projected target date.
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Policy Statement
California Code of Regulations, Title 5, Section 53002
The Board of Trustees of the Cerritos Community College District ("District"), by adoption of this
Equal Employment Opportunity Plan, reaffirms its commitment to the principles of equal
employment opportunity and implements a comprehensive program to put those principles
into practice.
It is the policy' of the District to ensure that all qualified applicants for employment and
employees have full and equal access to employment opportunity, and are not subjected to
discrimination in any program or activity of the District on the basis of ethnic group
identification, race, color, national origin, religion, age, sex, physical disability, mental disability,
ancestry, sexual orientation, on the basis of these perceived characteristics, or on association
with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. The
District will strive to maintain a workplace that is welcoming to individuals from all such groups;
appreciates the contributions of individuals from diverse backgrounds; and recognizes that
diversity and inclusivity foster cooperation, acceptance, democracy, workplace safety, and the
free expression of ideas essential to a robust academic community and the preparation of
students for success in a global society.
This Equal Employment Opportunity Plan will be maintained to ensure the implementation of
equal employment opportunity principles that conform to federal and state laws.
See Appendix 2, Board Policy No. 3410, Nondiscrimination, and Board Policy No. 3420, Equal Employment
Opportunity, and online: http://cms.cerritos.edu/board/policies/chapter-3--general-institution.htm
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IV. Delegation of Responsibilities, Authority, and Compliance
California Code of Regulations, Title 5, Sections 53003(c)(1) and 53020
It is the goal of the Cerritos Community College District that all employees promote and support
equal employment opportunity because equal employment opportunity requires a
commitment and a contribution from every segment of the District. The general responsibilities
for the prompt and effective implementation of this Plan are set forth below.
1.
Board of Trustees
The Board of Trustees is ultimately responsible for proper implementation of the District's Plan
at all levels of District operation, and for ensuring equal employment opportunity as described
in the Plan.
2.
President/Superintendent
The Board of Trustees delegates to the President/Superintendent the responsibility for ongoing
implementation of the Plan and for providing campus leadership in managing District resources
to ensure the implementation of the District's equal employment opportunity policies and
procedures. The President/Superintendent shall advise the Board of Trustees concerning
statewide policy emanating from the Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges
and direct the publication of an annual report on Plan implementation. The
President/Superintendent will evaluate the performance of all administrative staff who report
directly to him/her on their ability to follow and implement the Plan.
3.
Equal Employment Opportunity Officer
The District has designated the Director, Diversity, Benefits, and Compliance as its equal
employment opportunity officer. This position is responsible for the day-to-day implementation
of the Plan. If the designation of the equal employment opportunity officer changes before this
Plan is next revised, the District will notify employees and applicants for employment of the
new designee. The equal employment opportunity officer is responsible for administering,
implementing and monitoring the Plan and for assuring compliance with the requirements of
Title 5, Sections 53000 et seq. The equal employment opportunity officer is also responsible for
receiving complaints described in Section VI of this Plan and for ensuring that applicant pools
and selection procedures are properly monitored.
4.
Equal Employment Opportunity Advisory Committee
The District will maintain an Equal Employment Opportunity Advisory Committee (EEOAC) to
act as an advisory body to the equal employment opportunity officer and the District as a whole
to promote understanding and support of equal employment opportunity policies and
procedures. The Equal Employment Opportunity Advisory Committee will assist in the
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implementation of the Plan in conformance with state and federal regulations and guidelines,
monitor equal employment opportunity progress, and provide suggestions for Plan revisions as
appropriate.
5.
Agents of the District
Any organization or individual, whether or not an employee of the District, who acts on behalf
of the Board of Trustees with regard to the recruitment and screening of personnel, is an agent
of the District and is subject to all the requirements of this Plan.
6.
Good Faith Effort
The District will make a continuous good faith effort to comply with all the requirements of its
Plan.
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V. Advisory Committee
California Code of Regulations, Title 5, Section 53005
The District has established an Equal Employment Opportunity Advisory Committee ("EEOAC")
to assist the District in implementing the Plan. The EEOAC is one of the District's Shared
Governance Committees.2
The EEOAC may also assist in promoting an understanding and support of equal opportunity
and nondiscrimination policies and procedures. The EEOAC may sponsor events, training, or
other activities that promote equal employment opportunity, nondiscrimination, retention and
diversity. The Equal Employment Opportunity Officer will train the EEOAC members on equal
employment compliance and the Plan itself.
The EEOAC will include a diverse membership whenever possible. A substantial good faith
effort, to the extent permitted by law, will be made to maintain a diverse membership. If the
District has been unable to meet this expectation, it will document the efforts made to foster
diversity on the EEOAC.
The EEOAC shall include the following ex officio members: Vice President of Human Resources,
the Title IX officer, and the ADA coordinator (if different than the Director, Diversity, Benefits,
and Compliance). When appropriate, the EEOAC will make recommendations to the Vice
President of Human Resources/Assistant Superintendent, who will report the
recommendations to the Board of Trustees, the President/Superintendent, and the Director,
Diversity, Benefits, and Compliance.
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EEOAC membership and meeting schedule is available online: http://cnns.cerritos.edu/hrieeoac.htm
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VI. Complaints
California Code of Regulations, Title 5, sections 53003(c)(2), 53026, and 59300 et seq.
Complaints Alleging Violation of the Equal Employment Opportunity Regulations (Title 5,
Section 53026).
The District has established the following process permitting any person to file a complaint
alleging that the requirements of the equal employment opportunity regulations have been
violated. Any person who believes that the equal employment opportunity regulations have
been violated may file a written complaint describing in detail the alleged violation. All
complaints will be signed and dated by the complainant and will contain, to the best of the
complainant's ability, the names of the individuals involved, the date(s) of the event(s) at issue,
and a detailed description of the actions constituting the alleged violation. Complaints involving
current hiring processes must be filed as soon as possible after the occurrence of an alleged
violation and not later than sixty (60) days after such occurrence unless the complainant can
verify a compelling reason for the District to waive the sixty (60) day limitation.
Complaints alleging violations of the Plan that do not involve current hiring processes must be
filed as soon as possible after the occurrence of an alleged violation and not later than ninety
(90) days after such occurrence unless the violation is ongoing. A complainant may not appeal
the District's determination pursuant to Title 5, section 53026, to the Chancellor's Office, but
under some circumstances, violations of the equal opportunity regulations in Title 5 may
constitute a violation of a minimum condition for receipt of state aid. In such a case, a
complaint can be filed with the Chancellor's Office, but the complainant will be required to
demonstrate that he/she made previous reasonable, but unsuccessful, efforts to resolve the
alleged violation at the District level using the process provided by Title 5, Section 530263.
The District may return without action any complaints that are inadequate because they do not
state a clear violation of the EEO regulations. All returned complaints must include a District
statement of the reason for returning the complaint without action.
The complaint will be filed with the Director, Diversity, Benefits, and Compliance. If the
complaint involves the Director, the complaint may be filed with the Vice President of Human
Resources. To the extent practicable, a written determination on all accepted written
complaints will be issued to the complainant within ninety (90) days of the filing of the
complaint. The Director will forward copies of all written complaints to the Chancellor's Office
upon receipt.
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See California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office Guidelines for Minimum Conditions Complaints at:
http://extranet.cccco.edu/Diyisions/Legal.aspx
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In the event that a complaint filed under Title 5, Section 53026 alleges unlawful discrimination;
it will be processed according to the requirements of section 59300 et seq.
Complaints Alleging Unlawful Discrimination or Harassment (Title 5, Section 59300 et seq.)
The District has adopted procedures for complaints alleging unlawful discrimination or
harassment and those procedures are contained in Administrative Procedure 34354.
The Director, Diversity, Benefits, and Compliance is responsible for receiving such complaints
and for coordinating their investigation.
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See, Appendix 3, and online:
http://cms.cerritos.edu/uploads/Board/Board%20Policies/Chapter%203/AP_3435.pdf.
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VII. Notification to District Employees
California Code of Regulations, Title 5, Section 53003(c)(3)
The commitment of the Board of Trustees and the President/Superintendent to equal
employment opportunity is emphasized through the broad dissemination of its Equal
Employment Opportunity Policy Statement and the Plan. The policy statement will be printed in
the District's catalogs and class schedules. The Plan and subsequent revisions will be distributed
to the District's Board of Trustees, the President/Superintendent, administrators, the President
of the Faculty Senate, Union Presidents, and members of the District Equal Employment
Opportunity Advisory Committees. The Plan is available on the District's website at: Link to be
added upon approval
Each year, the District will provide all employees with a notice of the Board's Equal Employment
Opportunity Policy Statement (located in Section 3 of this Plan) and the link to reach the
District's Equal Employment Opportunity Plan. The Human Resources Department will provide
all new employees with a copy of the written notice described above when they commence
their employment with the District. The annual notice will contain the following provisions:
1)
The importance of the employee's participation and responsibility in ensuring the Plan's
implementation.
2)
Hard copies of the Plan are available in the library and in Human Resources.
3)
The EEO Plan may be accessed online.
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VIII. Training for Screening/Selection Committees
California Code of Regulations, Title 5, section 53003(c)(4)
Any organization or individual, whether or not an employee of the District, who is involved in
the recruitment and screening/selection of personnel shall receive appropriate training on the
requirements of the Title 5 regulations on equal employment opportunity (section 53000 et.
seq.); the requirements of federal and state nondiscrimination laws; the requirements of the
District's Equal Employment Opportunity Plan; the District's policies on nondiscrimination,
recruitment, and hiring; principles of diversity; the value of a diverse workforce; and
recognizing bias. A person serving on a screening or selection committee must have either
completed training or served on a prior screening or selection committee within one year of
service, but under no circumstances will more than 24 months pass between the time of service
and the person's last training. This training is mandatory; individuals who have not received
this training will not be allowed to serve on screening/selection committees.
The Director, Diversity, Benefits, and Compliance is responsible for providing access to the
required training. Any individual, who acts on behalf of the District with regard to recruitment
and screening of applicants for employment, is subject to the equal employment opportunity
requirements of Title 5 and the District's Equal Employment Opportunity Plan.
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IX. Annual Written Notice to Organizations and Community Groups
California Code of Regulations, Title 5, Section 53003(c)(5)
Human Resources will provide annual written notice to appropriate community-based and
professional organizations concerning the Plan. The notice will inform these organizations that
they may obtain a copy of the Plan, and shall solicit their assistance in identifying qualified
candidates from diverse backgrounds. The notice will also include the internet address where
the district advertises its job openings and the names, departments, and phone numbers of
individuals to call in order to obtain employment information. The district will actively seek to
reach those institutions, organizations, and agencies that may be recruitment sources. A list of
organizations that will receive this notice, is attached to this Plan (under development).
Annually, the EEOAC will review the list, and may revise the list as necessary.
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X. Analysis of District Workforce and Applicant Pool
California Code of Regulations, Title 5, section 53003(c)(6)
The Human Resources Department annually assesses the District's workforce composition and
monitors applicants for employment on an ongoing basis to evaluate the District's progress in
implementing the Plan and to provide data needed for the reports required by this Plan.
Monitored groups are men, women, American Indians/Alaskan Natives (Native Americans),
Asians, Blacks/African-Americans, Filipinos, Hispanics/Latinos, Pacific Islanders,
Whites/Caucasians, and persons with disabilities.
For purposes of the survey and report each applicant or employee will be afforded the
opportunity to voluntarily identify her or his gender, ethnic group identification and, if
applicable, her or his disability. Persons may designate as many ethnicities as they identify with,
but will be counted in only one ethnic group for reporting purposes. This information is kept
confidential and is separated from the applications that are forwarded to the
screening/selection committees and hiring administrator(s). The Director, Diversity, Benefits,
and Compliance will annually prepare a report and present it to the EEOAC, and post this report
on the EEOAC webpage. The District annually reports to the Chancellor the results of its annual
survey of employees.
At least every three years the Plan will be reviewed and, if necessary, revised based on an
analysis of the ethnic group identification, gender, and disability composition of existing staff
and of those who have applied for employment in each of the following identified job
categories:
1)
Executive/Administrative/Managerial
2)
Full-Time Faculty and other Instructional Staff
3)
Adjunct Faculty
4)
Professional Nonfaculty (may be included with #2 faculty)
5)
Classified/Confidential Staff
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Xl. Analysis of Underrepresentation and Significant Underrepresentation
California Code of Regulations, Title 5, section 53003(c)(7)
XII.
Methods to Address Underrepresentation
California Code of Regulations, Title 5, section 53003(c)(8)
XIII.
Additional Steps to Remedy Significant Underrepresentation
California Code of Regulations, Title 5, section 53003(c)(9) and 53006
Availability data is not available, and accordingly, the State Chancellor's Office has stated that
districts are not responsible for completing Components XI, XII, or XIII
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of the Plan.
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See Appendix 1, April 25, 2012 Letter from State Chancellor's Office.
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XIV. Other Measures Necessary to Further Equal Employment Opportunity
California Code of Regulations, Title 5, Section 53003(c)(10)
The District recognizes that multiple approaches are appropriate to fulfill its mission of ensuring
equal employment opportunity, the development of a diverse workforce, and the creation of an
inclusive, equitable and fair working and learning environment. Equal employment opportunity
means that all qualified individuals have a full and fair opportunity to compete for hiring and
promotion and to enjoy the benefits of employment with the District. Equal employment
opportunity should exist at all levels and in all job categories. Ensuring equal employment
opportunity also involves creating an environment that fosters cooperation, acceptance, and
free expression of ideas and is welcoming to men, women, persons with disabilities, and
individuals from all protected classes.
The District shall take concrete steps to promote equal opportunity, workplace diversity and an
inclusive work environment. The District shall also take concrete steps to monitor its progress in
these areas. The Vice President for Human Resources shall ensure that the specific steps that
will be utilized by the District are identified and updated on a regular basis. These concrete
steps may include any of the examples listed below, or other measures as identified and
developed by the EEOAC in close consultation with the Vice President for Human Resources.
(a)
Conduct surveys of campus climate on a regular basis, and implement concrete
measures that utilize the information drawn from the surveys;
(b) Conduct exit interviews with employees who voluntary leave the district, maintain a
data base of exit interviews, analyze the data for patterns impacting particular
monitored groups, and implement concrete measures that utilize this information;
(c)
Conduct annual longitudinal analysis of hiring statistics, analyze the data for patterns
impacting particular monitored groups, and implement concrete measures that utilize
this information;
(d) Maintain a variety of programs to support newly-hired employees such as mentoring,
professional development, and leadership opportunities;
(e) Provide trainings on topics including: elimination of bias in hiring and employment,
cultural awareness, and harassment and discrimination;
(f)
Convey the District's diversity and commitment to equal employment opportunity in
District publications and on the District website.
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XV. Goals for Hiring Persons with Disabilities
California Code of Regulations, Title 5, Sections 53003(d) and 53025
Applicants and employees with disabilities will receive reasonable accommodations consistent
with the requirements of Government Code sections 11135 et seq. and 12940 (m); and § 504 of
the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) as amended.
All job announcements will provide persons with disabilities information on how to request
accommodation in the selection process. All job announcements shall be reviewed to ensure
that, if they include a statement of the physical demands of the position, the demands are job
related and include a statement that inability to perform the physical demands of the position
due to a disability will be reasonably accommodated. Selection Process Monitors will be trained
to support selection committees in ensuring that persons with disabilities receive appropriate
accommodation in the selection process.
It is the goal of the District to ensure that all applicants and employees with disabilities receive
reasonable accommodations through the District's processes. The District welcomes applicants
and employees with disabilities.
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Cerritos College
Equal Employment Opportunity Plan — DRAFT as of 9 2 13
XVI. Graduate Assumption of Loans Program for Education
Education Code section 87106
The District will take into account system-wide strategies developed by the Board of Governors
to encourage community college students to become qualified for, and seek employment as
community college employees. The District will consider strategies to inform students about
the opportunity to participate in the Graduate Assumption of Loans Program for Education
when that program is funded and available.
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Cerritos College
Equal Employment Opportunity Plan — DRAFT as of 9 2 13
XVII. Progress in Achieving Full-Time to Part-Time Faculty Ratio
Education Code section 87102(a)
The District will continue to make progress toward achieving the goal of having 75% of
instruction taught by full-time faculty as described in Education Code section 87482.6. Required
progress is monitored annually through analysis and reporting required by Title 5, section
51025. The District will monitor employment of adjunct faculty in the categories of men,
women, ethnic group identification, and disability to ensure that its employment practices are
equitable and fair.
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CERRITOS COLLEGE Meeting Date: October 2, 2013
Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees Agenda Item No. 5
FROM:
Dr. Linda L. Lacy
President/Superintendent
SUBJECT: Consideration of Approval of Conference Requests for Travel Outside the
United States Beijing, China
ACTION
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve conference requests for Dr. Mary Anne Gularte,
Vice President of Human Resources, and Dr. Shin Liu, Board Member, to travel to Beijing, China from
November 6 through November 14, 2013.
FISCAL IMPACT
International roundtrip airfare from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to Beijing Capital International
Airport (PEK), local and inter-city transportation costs in China, hotel accommodations, group meals, tour
guides, admission tickets, and tourist visa fees will be paid for by the Confucius Institute Headquarters
(Hanban).
The registration fee is $900 per person and will be paid for by the human resources department and
individual board member’s general fund conference accounts. The participants are responsible for any
other costs.
REPORT SUMMARY
Board Policy 6900 Travel states that all travel outside the United States requires approval by the Board of
Trustees before the travel event takes place. The request must be accompanied by a complete
explanation of the college business purpose to be served.
The Confucius Institute Headquarters (Hanban) has invited the District to participate in the 2013 Chinese
Bridge Delegation, a one-week educational program in China, from November 6 through November 14,
2013. Participants will have an outstanding opportunity to deepen their understanding of China, share best
practices, and build partnerships with Chinese schools and universities. Activities include visits to K-12
schools and postsecondary institutions, meetings with Chinese educators, opportunities to observe and
interact with students, educational workshops, and cultural activities.
NOTICING REQUIREMENTS
None is required beyond posting of this item on the agenda.
ATTACHMENT(S)
Board Policy 6900 - Travel
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Cerritos Community College District Policy No. 6900
Business Services
BP 6900 TRAVEL
1
References: 2
Education Code, Sections 72423 and 87032 3
The District recognizes the need for travel and travel-related expenses in connection 4
with District business and encourages participation in activities that increase and 5
enhance understanding of the college mission, when fiscally feasible. The Board of 6
Trustees authorizes that actual and necessary travel expenses for employees and 7
trustees will be paid according to Administrative Procedure 6900 titled Travel. 8
For purposes of this policy, off-campus travel shall be defined as including international, 9
national, regional, state or local meetings whose principal business includes community 10
college instruction and/or support functions or the advancement of the discipline or 11
professional area in which the individual normally teaches or works or studies. 12
Reimbursement shall be for actual, necessary and reasonable expenses. This also 13
includes business mileage incurred by the individual using a personal vehicle in the 14
performance of duties which require travel away from the individual's regular work 15
location. Not included in the above definition are: 16
Meetings where participants receive college credit, except for those individuals 17
receiving continuing education credit for maintaining their professional licenses 18
as required by employment. 19
Meetings that pay a salary or honorarium to participants. 20
Meetings of professional organizations with interests outside the scope of the 21
employee’s normal work assignment. 22
Special interest meetings outside the scope of the aforementioned definition. 23
The President/Superintendent shall establish procedures regarding the attendance of 24
employees at conferences, meetings or activities. The procedures shall include 25
authorized expenses and reimbursement. 26
Travel within the state of California, after obtaining approval from proper 27
channels, will require approval by the appropriate Vice President or 28
President/Superintendent. 29
Travel with expenses exceeding $1,000 will require approval by the 30
President/Superintendent or designee before the travel event takes place. 31
Travel outside the state of California but within the country, after obtaining 32
approval from proper channels, will require approval by the 33
President/Superintendent or designee before the travel event takes place. 34
All travel outside the United States will require approval by the Board of Trustees 35
before the travel event takes place. 36
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See also Administrative Procedure 6900 titled Travel. 37
Office of Primary Responsibility: Business Services 38
Date Adopted: June 8, 2011
(Replaces former Cerritos CCD Policy 8008)
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CERRITOS COLLEGE Meeting Date: October 2, 2013
Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees Agenda Item No. 6
FROM:
Dr. Linda L. Lacy
President/Superintendent
REVIEWED BY:
Dr. JoAnna Schilling
Vice President of Academic Affairs
PREPARED BY:
Sandra Marks
Instructional Dean of
Health Occupations
Ann Voorhies
Director of Nursing Program
SUBJECT: Consideration of Approval of Stipends for the RFA #12-107 Assessment,
Remediation and Retention for ADN/RN Program Grant Fall 2013
ACTION
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve payment of stipends to nursing faculty members for
work which will be performed August 2013 through December 2013 as stipulated in and funded by the RFA
#12-107 Assessment, Remediation and Retention for Registered Nursing Programs Grant.
FISCAL IMPACT
The RFA # 12-107 Assessment, Remediation and Retention for Registered Nursing Programs Grant funds
will be utilized for an amount not to exceed $10,500. No general funds will be used. Stipends will be paid as
work is completed.
Assessment/Remediation Case Manager and Testing of Essential Academic Skills V (TEAS V) pre-
admission assessment testing functions are performed by:
Kelli Brooks $3,000
Simulation Specialist at $75/hour for 4 hours/week for 15 weeks during the semester performed by:
Alice Kusumoto $2,250
Jim Robbins $2,250
Faculty Workshops at $75/hour performed by:
Melodie Cooke $ 150
Rebecca Orozco $ 150
Rachel Natividad $ 300
Lizette Veloz-Rendon $2,400
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REPORT SUMMARY
These stipends will be utilized to fund faculty-conducted activities in accordance with the grant work plan
objectives and activities. The grant work plan activities include:
The nursing program will provide an Assessment/Remediation Case Manager to assist students who
do not meet the cut score on the pre-admission Testing of Essential Academic Skills V (TEAS V)
assessment test in order to achieve readiness for the nursing program as mandated by the grant.
Nursing faculty will conduct workshops and simulation scenarios to support both clinical and didactic
practice to promote critical thinking, enhance clinical judgment and promote student success.
These resources are intended to maximize student success and strengthen program retention. Faculty work-
shops in Medication Calculation, Documentation, Spanish for Nurses and Nursing Orientation Prep will be
offered. Faculty will conduct simulation sessions in the skills lab utilizing simulation manikins that mimic real-
life clinical scenarios in a safe learning environment. The workshops will be open to students in the program
and those on remediation plans to return.
To maximize remediation for pre-nursing students who are eligible for admission to the program but did not
achieve the cut score on the TEAS V exam, the program will provide an Assessment/Remediation Case
Manager. The Case Manager provides ongoing assessment and guidance for students who require
remediation. The Case Manager analyzes individual test scores and meets with students to prepare an
individualized remediation plan to assist students prepare for retesting and entry into the program.
NOTICING REQUIREMENTS
None is required beyond posting of this item on the agenda.
ATTACHMENT(S)
None.
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CERRITOS COLLEGE Meeting Date: October 2, 2013
Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees Agenda Item No. 7
FROM:
Dr. Linda L. Lacy
President/Superintendent
REVIEWED BY:
David El Fattal
Vice President of Business Services
PREPARED BY:
Mark B. Logan
Director of Purchasing
SUBJECT: Consideration of Acceptance of Gifts
ACTION
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees accept the gifts listed below on behalf of the college.
FISCAL IMPACT
The delivery to the college of the 2011 Chevrolet Cruze and 2012 Chevrolet Camaro is estimated to cost
$690. There was no cost to the college for the delivery of the Dodge Dart. The cost to the college for the
videoconference carts is approximately $250.
REPORT SUMMARY
The following items have been presented to the college as a donation:
Acceptance of gifts for use in the Automotive Mechanical Repair Program
2012 Chevrolet Camaro (VIN: 2G1FT1EW8C9123830)
Donated by: WM L Morris - Fillmore
ATTN: Mr. Gene Walinski
1024 Ventura Street
Fillmore, CA 90315
The estimated value of the above item is $8,500.
2011 Chevrolet Cruze (VIN: 1G1PF5S91B7222913)
Donated by: Rydell Automotive Group
Mr. Rick Piedalue
18600 Devonshire
Northridge, CA 91324
The estimated value of the above item is $3,850.
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Ratification of gift for use in the Automotive Mechanical Repair Program
2013 Dodge Dart SXT (VIN: 1C3CDFBH9DD328091)
Donated by: Chrysler Group Belvidere Assembly
3000 W. Chrysler Drive
Belvidere, IL 61008
The estimated value of the above item is $15,995. This item was delivered to the program on August 26,
2013 at no cost to the District.
Acceptance of gift for use in the Information Technology Department
Six (6) Edge Highboy Videoconferencing Carts (Model# Edge HB-3755)
Donated by: Vaddio
131 Cheshire Lane, Suite 500
Minnetonka, MN 55305
The estimated value of the above items is $2,000.
NOTICING REQUIREMENTS
None is required beyond posting of this item on the agenda.
ATTACHMENT(S)
None.
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CERRITOS COLLEGE Meeting Date: October 2, 2013
Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees Agenda Item No. 8
FROM:
Dr. Linda L. Lacy
President/Superintendent
REVIEWED BY:
David El Fattal
Vice President of Business Services
PREPARED BY:
Mark B. Logan
Director of Purchasing
SUBJECT: Consideration of Approval of Contract with the Field Ironworkers
Apprenticeship Training Program
ACTION
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the contract as submitted below.
FISCAL IMPACT
The total contract sum shall be for the not-to-exceed amount of $41,200; funding will be allocated from the
U.S. Department of Labor H1-B Grant, a sub-grant held by the District. No District general funds will be used.
REPORT SUMMARY
The District annually contracts with various individuals, commercial firms, and other governmental agencies
for the purpose of procuring or providing a variety of services.
SERVICES - NEW
FIELD IRONWORKERS APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING PROGRAM
IRONWORKERS INDUSTRY PREPARATION PROGRAM TRAINING SESSIONS
Requested by: Ms. Bellegran Gomez, Director of Community Advancement
Purpose:
The District wishes to enter into an agreement with the Field Ironworkers Apprenticeship Training
Program (FIW) to provide up to two sessions of 80-hour training in the Ironworkers Industry Preparation
Program. FIW will receive $20,600 for each session, with a total amount not to exceed $41,200. Services
provided by FIW includes recruitment, instruction, benefits, textbooks, materials, facility usage, and
placement services. A minimum of fifteen (15) students is required to hold each training session; training
will be held at the FIW facility in La Palma, CA.
Period:
The time period will be from November 1, 2013 through June 30, 2014.
NOTICING REQUIREMENTS
None is required beyond posting of this item on the agenda.
ATTACHMENT(S)
None.
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CERRITOS COLLEGE Meeting Date: October 2, 2013
Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees Agenda Item No. 9
FROM:
Dr. Linda L. Lacy
President/Superintendent
REVIEWED BY:
Dr. Mary Anne Gularte
Vice President of Human
Resources/Assistant Superintendent
PREPARED BY:
Dr. Adriana Flores-Church
Director of Human Resources/Risk
Management
SUBJECT: Consideration of Approval of Employment of Temporary and/or Substitute
Hourly Faculty Personnel, as needed for 2013-2014 Academic Year
ACTION
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the employment of temporary and/or substitute
hourly faculty personnel as needed for the 2013-2014 academic year and as presented on the attached list.
FISCAL IMPACT
No additional financial effect. This is budgeted in the General Fund.
REPORT SUMMARY
The attached list of Temporary and/or Substitute Hourly Faculty Personnel is submitted for approval of
employment.
The Office of Human Resources has received and completed the processing of employment request forms
for the employment of temporary and/or substitute hourly faculty personnel as indicated on the attached
list.
All requirements for employment processing have been completed and the Office of Human Resources
cleared the individuals for employment.
NOTICING REQUIREMENTS
None is required beyond posting of this item on the agenda.
ATTACHMENT(S)
Employment of Faculty, Temporary Part-Time 2013-2014 Academic Year
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FACULTY: TEMPORARY PART-TIME
2013 - 2014 ACADEMIC YEAR
Presented to the Board: October 2, 2013 1
I. BUSINESS ED/HUMANITIES/SOCIAL SCIENCES
Reemployed
Salary
Discipline Placement Rate
Baudot Leon Real Estate B1 48.83
Chiaravalloti Susan Court Reporting B5 60.33
Davis Rodney Accounting B5 60.33
II. LIBERAL ARTS
Reemployed
Salary
Discipline
Placement Rate
Magabo Susan Reading B5 60.33
III. PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Reemployed
Salary
Discipline
Placement Rate
Allen Michael Physical Education B1 48.83
Gallo Samantha Physical Education B1 48.83
Murray Orlin Physical Education B5 60.33
Waider Petja Physical Education B5 60.33
Name
Name
Name
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CERRITOS COLLEGE Meeting Date: October 2, 2013
Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees Agenda Item No. 10
FROM:
Dr. Linda L. Lacy
President/Superintendent
REVIEWED BY:
Dr. Mary Anne Gularte
Vice President of Human
Resources/Assistant Superintendent
PREPARED BY:
Dr. Adriana Flores-Church
Director of Human Resources/Risk
Management
SUBJECT: Consideration of Approval and/or Ratification of Employment of Classified,
Short-Term, Substitute, Professional Expert, and/or Student Hourly
ACTION
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve and/or ratify the employment of classified, short-term,
substitute, professional expert, and/or student hourly personnel as presented on the attached list.
FISCAL IMPACT
No additional financial effect. This is budgeted in the General Fund. Some positions are Categorically or
Specially funded as indicated.
REPORT SUMMARY
The attached list of classified, short-term, substitute, professional expert, and/or student hourly personnel is
submitted for approval and/or ratification of employment.
The Office of Human Resources has received and completed the processing of Employment Request forms
for the employment of classified, short-term, substitute, professional expert, and/or student hourly personnel
as indicated on the attached list.
All requirements for employment processing have been completed and the Office of Human Resources has
cleared the individuals for employment.
NOTICING REQUIREMENTS
None is required beyond posting of this item on the agenda.
ATTACHMENT(S)
Employment of Classified, Short-Term, Substitute, Professional Expert, and/or Student Hourly Personnel
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EMPLOYMENT OF CLASSIFIED, SHORT-TERM, SUBSTITUTE,
PROFESSIONAL EXPERT, AND/OR STUDENT HOURLY PERSONNEL
I. Classified Employment
Human Resources Technician II (Confidential), Grade 14, Step X ($XXX/month) effective XXX:
[Name to be provided on the Revision] (Human Resources)
II. Short-term hourly employment (as needed), variable hours per day not to exceed 25 hours a
week, for a period not to exceed June 30, 2014, or 175 total workdays, whichever occurs first
Austin, James Instructional Aide II $14.13/hr (3) 09/04/13
Ayala, Guadalupe* Program Assistant II $11.34/hr 09/19/13
Barraza, Crystal* Intermediate Typist Clerk $9.56/hr 09/19/13
Benavidez, Nadia* Community Education Specialist $29.15/hr 09/19/13
Bohorquez, Karen* Clerk $8.64/hr 10/02/13
Cortez, Mayra* Instructional Aide II $12.81/hr (1) 08/19/13
Cortez, Mayra Instructional Aide II $12.81/hr (1) 09/05/13
Dong, Huong Instructional Aide I $9.56/hr (1) 10/03/13
Hernandez, Delone* Instructional Aide I $10.51/hr (3) 09/03/13
Jung, Jin Young Instructional Aide I $9.56/hr 09/11/13
Kim, Jinmi Instructional Aide II $12.81/hr (1) 09/19/13
Koukabi, Elham Instructional Aide II $12.81/hr (1) 09/19/13
Lav, Billy* Instructional Aide II $12.81/hr (1) 09/19/13
Lopez Calderon, Alejandra Instructional Aide I $9.56/hr (1) 10/03/13
Lopez DeLeon, Raul* Recreational Activity Specialist $13.65/hr 08/19/13
Nance, Michael* Vocational Ed. & Special Projects Assist. $16.41/hr 09/19/13
Ortega Iniguez, Christian Aide-Special (Special Education) $8.00/hr (1) 09/03/13
Ortiz, Cesar* Aide-Special (Special Education) $8.00/hr (1) 09/19/13
Owens, Adrian Recreational Activity Specialist $13.65/hr 09/19/13
Perez, Jacob* Instructional Aide II $12.81/hr (1) 09/19/13
Ramos Ruiz, Edgar** Recreational Activity Specialist $13.65/hr 08/26/13
Rodriguez, Alejandro* Instructional Aide I $9.56/hr 10/02/13
Rodriguez, Desiree Instructional Aide I $9.56/hr (1) 10/03/13
Sanchez, Alba* Instructional Aide I $9.56/hr (1) 09/11/13
Sandoval, Ernest Gardener/Groundskeeper $9.99/hr 10/03/13
Seiersen, Jordan* Instructional Aide I $9.56/hr (1) 08/26/13
Vela, Yuridia Aquatics Specialist $10.11/hr 08/19/13
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* Categorically Funded
** Specially Funded
Presented to the Board of Trustees: October 2, 2013
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Winters, Kimberly Aide-Special (Interpreter Certified) $41.00/hr (1) 08/26/13
Zhou, Mo Instructional Aide II $12.81/hr (1) 09/19/13
Zogheib, Tania* Instructional Aide II $12.81/hr (1) 07/01/13
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* Categorically Funded
** Specially Funded
Presented to the Board of Trustees: October 2, 2013
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CERRITOS COLLEGE Meeting Date: October 2, 2013
Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees Agenda Item No. 11
FROM:
Dr. Linda L. Lacy
President/Superintendent
REVIEWED BY:
Dr. Stephen Johnson
Vice President of Student Services/
Assistant Superintendent
PREPARED BY:
Dr. Adriana Flores-Church
Director of Human Resources/Risk
Management
SUBJECT: Consideration of Ratification of Employment of Interim Dean of Student
Services
ACTION
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve and/or ratify the employment of Dr. Susan Beers in
the position of the Interim Dean of Student Services effective September 16, 2013.
FISCAL IMPACT
Dr. Beers will be placed on the Management and Confidential Employees Salary Schedule at Grade 42, Step
7 ($12,771.00/monthly). This is budgeted in the General Fund.
REPORT SUMMARY
The position of Dean of Student Services is vacant pending completion of the current recruitment, screening,
and final selection processes. The position has multiple highly accountable, time-sensitive responsibilities
that can be well addressed at this time through the full-time work of an experienced academic administrator.
Dr. Susan Beers brings valuable depth and breadth of knowledge in student engagement and development,
resource and budget management, personnel, diversity awareness, and program enhancement, all within
the California community college system. All requirements for employment processing have been completed
and the Office of Human Resources cleared Dr. Beers for employment.
NOTICING REQUIREMENTS
None is required beyond posting of this item on the agenda.
ATTACHMENT(S)
None.
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CERRITOS COLLEGE
COORDINATING COMMITTEE MINUTES
September 9, 2013
PRESENT:
Dr. Linda Lacy
ABSENT:
None
Dr. JoAnna Schilling
David El Fattal
Dr. Stephen Johnson
Dr. Mary Anne Gularte
David Fabish
Bob Chester
Scott O’Neil
Dr. Solomon Namala
Armando Soto
Lynn Laughon
GUEST(s):
Ali Delawalla
Carla Yorke
Mark Fronke
David Ward
Lee Krichmar
Juan Ramirez
Hector Melara
Julie Mun
Ruben Smith
I. MEETING CALLED TO ORDER
Dr. Lacy called the meeting to order at 1:03 p.m.
II. PUBLIC COMMENTS None
III. INTRODUCTION OF NEW EMPLOYEES & ANNOUNCEMENT OF
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Name
Position
Start Date
Maria Castro
Athletic Trainer
9/3/13
Martha Ruiz
Administrative Clerk I (Community Education)
9/5/13
Employment Opportunities
Closing Date
Maintenance Mechanic (On-campus recruitment)
9/17/13
Instructional Lab Assistant Health Occupations (On-campus recruitment)
9/17/13
Dean of Student Services
9/30/13
Director of Diversity, Benefits and Compliance
9/30/13
Financial Aid Assistant Director
10/4/13
Accounting Manager
10/4/13
Budget Manager
10/4/13
Human Resources Technician I
10/7/13
Information regarding all employment opportunities is available on the Human Resources
webpage.
IV. APPROVAL OF MINUTES August 26, 2013
It was moved by Mr. Chester and seconded by Mr. O’Neil to approve the August 26
minutes. The vote for approval was unanimous.
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V. BOARD AGENDA September 18, 2013
Dr. Lacy distributed the draft September 18 Board Agenda. There were no questions about
the agenda.
Bond Construction Outreach Program
Hector Melara of Tilden-Coil Constructors, Inc. gave a presentation about the college’s
bond construction outreach program developed to promote minority and local business
participation in bond construction projects.
This information will be presented to the Board of Trustees at its September 18 regular
meeting. The committee members provided feedback and thanked Mr. Melara for his
presentation.
VI. ITEMS FROM INSTITUTIONAL COMMITTEES
Information Technology Standards
Ms. Krichmar distributed the attached April 12 meeting agenda and approved minutes, May
17 meeting agenda and unapproved minutes, and September 13 meeting agenda. The
committee reviewed the Information Technology Master Plan in April as part of the annual
planning process to ensure that the plan’s goals align with the college strategic goals.
Ms. Krichmar stated that the committee reviewed ePodium furniture standardization to
support working styles and provide adequate workspace with quick and easy access to
technology. A working prototype from KI, the company that manufactures classroom
furniture, was designed during summer and will be presented to the committee for review.
The committee will continue discussion regarding tablet standards at its September 13
meeting.
Mr. O’Neil stated that several faculty have reported that they are able to access the Wi-Fi in
the PST building through their smartphones but not through their laptops. Ms. Krichmar
stated that smartphones are designed to automatically configure to Wi-Fi networks. Laptops
require manual configuration and since there are a myriad of devices and operating systems,
it is difficult to create a FAQ or handout. She stated that employees in the LRC are available
to help staff and students if they encounter problems connecting to Wi-Fi networks and that
it is best if they bring their devices with them.
Planning and Budget
Dr. Schilling distributed the attached June 20 meeting minutes. She stated that the
committee met on September 5 and reviewed and revised the 2014-15 annual planning
calendar and reviewed the draft 2013-14 College Strategic Goals. The committee also
reviewed and revised the new faculty request form for 2014-15, and requests are due by
Friday, October 4. Dr. Schilling stated that she requested employee input regarding the
college’s slogan “Building Futures Through Learning” via e-mail communication and
received approximately 43 responses; the students will be asked to provide input this
semester and she is scheduled to attend the September 16 ASCC Cabinet meeting.
Mr. El Fattal stated that the Chancellor’s Office initially provided an estimated shortfall
amount of $3.67 million for the college’s 2012-13 budget. The college planned for and
expected a deficit for the 2012-13 year with the information it was given; however, the
shortfall amount estimates from the Chancellor’s Office continued to decrease throughout
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the year and in late August, it was confirmed that the actual shortfall was $1.8 million. As a
result, the unaudited actual balance for 2012-13 is $914,608. Mr. El Fattal distributed the
attached revenue and expenditures summary for the 2013-14 proposed adopted budget. He
stated that cost-of-living adjustments (COLA) are not included in the 2013-14 proposed
adopted budget or the 2014-15 and 2015-16 projected budgets because it is a negotiable
item. Mr. El Fattal stated that the college ensures that it remains fiscally strong by
maintaining prudent reserves.
Dr. Lacy stated that the budget development process for the California community college
system is vexing as two-thirds of the budget is comprised of fluctuating estimates. The state
applies a deficit coefficient, or percentage by which expected allocation of funds is reduced,
based on approximations that are adjusted and consequently affect the college’s budget.
Actual figures are usually not confirmed until the end of the budget year.
VII. ITEMS FROM FACULTY SENATE STANDING COMMITTEES
Instructional Program Review
Mr. Fronke distributed the attached February 19, March 5, March 19, April 2, April 16, and
May 7 meeting minutes. He stated that the committee is missing faculty representatives
from the Health Occupations, Fine Arts/Communications, and HPEDA divisions. The
programs scheduled for review this year include pharmacy technology, physical therapist
assistant, women’s studies, philosophy, anthropology, ESL, library instruction and resources,
and woodworking manufacturing technology. The Economics and Theatre/Film
departments requested deferments and have been rescheduled for 2014-15. Mr. Fronke
stated that instructional program review is streamlined with the annual unit planning process
and departments are encouraged to work as a group and engage in open, meaningful
discussion and share information to collaboratively develop their goals.
VIII. STATUS OF SHARED GOVERNANCE
Consideration of Approval of Revised Mission Statement
It was moved by Mr. Chester and seconded by Dr. Johnson to approve the revised mission
statement and forward it to the Board of Trustees for consideration of adoption at its
September 18 meeting. The vote for approval was unanimous.
Consideration of Approval of 2013-14 College Strategic Goals
Dr. Schilling stated that the attached 2013-14 College Strategic Goals were developed after
discussion from the May 10 Strategic Planning Retreat and review, discussion, and input
from the Planning and Budget Committee and the Faculty Senate. The goals were also
reviewed and discussed by the Board of Trustees on September 4.
It was moved by Dr. Schilling and seconded by Mr. Fabish to approve the attached 2013-14
College Strategic Goals. The vote for approval was unanimous.
Proposed Board Policy and Administrative Procedure 7160 Professional
Development
Dr. Lacy stated that there are some board policies that are in the process of being updated to
CCLC suggested format and language. This proposed board policy and administrative
procedure were developed to address professional development opportunities for
employees. Dr. Lacy reminded the committee that board policies require adoption by the
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board, and administrative procedures are approved by the Coordinating Committee and
forwarded to the board as information.
It was moved by Mr. O’Neil and seconded by Mr. Soto to forward proposed Board Policy
7160 to the Board of Trustees for a first reading. The vote for approval was unanimous.
Dr. Lacy asked the committee members if they would like to discuss the proposed procedure
with their constituent groups before discussion. It was moved by Mr. Chester and seconded
by Mr. Soto to postpone review of proposed Administrative Procedure 7160 until the
September 23 meeting. The vote for approval was unanimous.
IX. REPORTS FROM COORDINATING COMMITTEE MEMBERS
Dr. Gularte stated that a health benefits fair is scheduled for Wednesday, September 11 from
12:00 5:00 p.m. in the Administration Quad and thanked Deanna Hart for organizing the
event.
Dr. Schilling stated that the draft Accreditation Institutional Self Evaluation report will be
posted on the college’s Accreditation website by Friday, September 13. Campus forums
have been scheduled for Tuesday, October 15 from 11:00 a.m. 12:30 p.m. and 2:00 3:30
p.m., and Thursday, October 24 from 4:30 6:00 p.m. in the Teleconference Center (LC
155) to provide the campus with opportunities for feedback.
Mr. El Fattal stated that the college will host two budget forums to provide an overview of
the 2013-14 adopted budget and answer questions from staff and the community. The
forums are scheduled for Thursday, September 26 from 11:00 a.m. 12:30 p.m. and 5:30
7:00 p.m. in the Teleconference Center (LC 155). A survey will be sent to the campus to
request feedback on whether staff felt involved in the budget development process.
Dr. Johnson stated that the Student Life Committee requested recommendations for the
2014 commencement speaker and reviewed a preliminary list last week. The Great
California ShakeOut and college evacuation drill is scheduled for Thursday, October 17 to
begin at 10:17 a.m. The Emergency Operations Plan Working Group will be meeting weekly
to review and revise emergency procedures and prepare for the drill, and he asked the
committee members to forward feedback from their constituent groups to his office.
X. PRESIDENT’S REPORT
Dr. Lacy stated that the 2013-14 Convocation event is scheduled for Thursday, September
19 to begin at 11:00 a.m. in the Burnight Center Theatre. The program will include an
overview of the college’s strategic directions by area, Accreditation update, student success
and strategic plan update, introduction of new employees, and recap of 2012-13
accomplishments.
XI. ADJOURNMENT
Meeting adjourned at 2:32 p.m.
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CERRITOS COLLEGE
COLLEGE COMMITTEE ON PLANNING AND BUDGET
MEETING MINUTES
JUNE 20, 2013
Present:
David El Fattal
Deb Moore
Dr. Stephen Johnson
Traci Ukita (Namala)
Dr. Mary Anne Gularte
Dr. Francie Quaas-Berryman
Dr. Renee DeLong Chomiak
Bill Sparks
Patrick O’Donnell (Krichmar)
Etta Walton
Kay Nguyen
Carla Yorke
Dr. Carolyn Chambers
Linda Kaufman
Bob Chester (Lewellen)
Albert Anaim
Absent:
Dr. JoAnna Schilling
Mark Fronke
Dr. Dan Smith
Lynn Laughon
1. CALL TO ORDER
Mr. El Fattal called the meeting to order at 2:03 p.m.
2. APPROVAL OF MINUTES May 16, 2013
It was moved by Dr. Francie Quaas-Berryman and seconded by Dr. DeLong Chomiak
to approve the May 16, 2013 minutes. Bob Chester and Bill Sparks abstained. The
minutes were approved as presented.
3. MISSION STATEMENT SURVEY REVIEW
Ms. Nguyen reported that 38 staff responded to the feedback survey for the mission
statement. She noted that during the recent strategic planning retreat, staff followed
ACCJC guidelines by asking the following three questions to prepare the draft mission
statement: 1) What are Cerritos College’s broad educational purposes; 2) What is
Cerritos College’s intended student population; and 3) What is Cerritos College’s
commitment to achieving student learning. The draft mission statement was
distributed and Ms. Nguyen reported that the feedback received was mostly positive.
She added that there was also a slogan contest and copies were distributed of all the
slogans that were received. She asked that the committee review the slogans and
provide to her via e-mail the top five choices. Based on the input she receives she will
then send out the top choices to the campus community to vote.
4. REORGANIZATION PLAN UPDATE
Mr. El Fattal reported that David Fabish asked that the reorganization plan be placed
on the agenda. In the absence of Mr. Fabish, Mr. El Fattal reported that Dr. Lacy
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discussed at the managers meeting that with Mark Wallace retiring that there was
going to be a reorganization of that position. He noted that Dr. Lacy has under her
authority to do reorganization and that an official reorganization plan will come
forward in the fall.
Ms. Nguyen noted that she believed Mr. Fabish had questions regarding Planning and
Budget’s role in terms of focusing the institution on reorganization. Mr. El Fattal
replied that the reorganization is a budget neutral situation and does not involve the
Planning and Budget Committee. His understanding is that the President has the
authority for a reorganization and will make those decisions in the fall. A brief
discussion ensued regarding the upcoming reorganization and Dr. Chambers
commented that the college does not do any full campus planning. The college does a
lot of lower level planning and it works its way up, but the college does not come
together and have a discussion of what would be the best organization for this
college. It was suggested that Dr. Lacy communicate to the campus community that
a campus reorganization will be taking place in the fall; this communication would add
transparency to the situation.
5. 2013-14 TENTATIVE BUDGET REVIEW
Mr. El Fattal presented the 2013-14 Tentative Budget. He noted that this presentation
was given to the Board of Trustees on June 19, 2013. He highlighted the following:
May Revise Highlights and their impact on Cerritos College
2013-14 Categorical Funding Proposals
Revenue and Expenditure Assumptions
Projected Revenue
Beginning Balance and Projected Revenue
Projected Expenditures and Projected Reserves and Ending Balances
Mr. El Fattal noted that at this time the college is in good fiscal shape, but that the
college must continue to be financially prudent. He added that if the college continues
to be financially prudent we can alleviate any budget reduction discussions until the
permanency status of Proposition 30 temporary taxes becomes known.
Mr. Chester inquired if there was a plan for the COLA. Mr. El Fattal replied that the
COLA is estimated to be $1.2 million. The college does also have to consider the
deficit co-efficient and workload restoration. He added that COLA includes not only
personnel, but also other price increases such as electricity. How and if the COLA is
passed down to the constituent groups still needs to be discussed.
6. ITEMS FROM THE FLOOR
Ms. Nguyen reported that the college goals need to be approved by the Board in
August. Since the next Planning and Budget Committee meeting is scheduled for
September 5, it was suggested that the sub-committee formed at the last Planning
and Budget meeting (Francie Quaas-Berryman, Carla Yorke and Lee Krichmar) meet
over the summer and provide the draft college goals to the committee via e-mail.
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would be compiled and given to the Board in August. The committee agreed to this
arrangement.
Dr. Chambers reported that the Board approved at their June 19, 2013 meeting to use
Vintage funds to cover the cost of the Technology Fee for one year. Mr. El Fattal
added that the resource allocation sheet was also approved. Mr. Chester provided a
brief update of some of the board members requests. Mr. Anaim asked if the
Technology Fee has to go through the same approval process for next year. Dr.
Johnson indicated that the fee would need to be approved, if proposed again next
year.
Dr. Gularte noted that there have been questions about the Affordable Care Act and
how it will be implemented at the college as it could affect the budget. She and other
staff will be meeting with legal counsel who will assist the college with all aspects of
the Affordable Care Act, including assisting the college with navigating through
negotiable items and any new language needed for new policies or resolutions.
Ms. Ukita inquired about the two classified positions in Admissions and Records
(evaluators) that are going to be hired, despite having been prioritized low by the
Planning and Budget Committee in the spring when staff presented their classified
requests. Dr. Johnson replied that at the time the positions were proposed, it was not
known who was going to retire. He added that these two positions are not resource
dependent as they are either cost neutral or may have lower costs. Dr. Gularte added
that after receiving the information on who would be retiring through the SRP, there
were three vacancies in Admissions and Records, and it was approved to fill two of
them. Admissions and Records are reorganizing their area to look at how the offices
can be structured in a manner that can be more effective.
Dr. Johnson reported that students were informed at the end of the spring 2013
semester about the requirements of the Student Success Support Program and the
statewide Student Success Task Force recommendations that go into effect for
enrollment in fall 2014.
Dr. Gularte reported that there are vacancies in the Human Resources department and
she is in the process of realigning duties with the existing staff.
Mr. Chester urged all staff to attend the Board meetings to keep informed.
7. NEXT MEETING SEPTEMBER 5, 2013
The next meeting is scheduled for September 5, 2013.
8. ADJOURNMENT
The meeting adjourned at 3:15 p.m.
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2012-13
ADOPTED
BUDGET
2012-13
ADJUSTED
BUDGET
2012-13
UNAUDITED
ACTUAL
2013-14
TENTATIVE
BUDGET
2013-14
PROPOSED
ADOPTED
BUDGET
2014-15
PROJECTED
BUDGET
2015-16
PROJECTED
BUDGET
NET BEGINNING BALANCE 9,978,761$ 9,978,761$ 9,978,761$ 10,893,370$ 10,893,370$ 11,639,193$ 11,745,926$
REVENUE
FEDERAL REVENUE:
Federal Revenue -$ -$ 13,267$ -$ -$ -$ -$
STATE REVENUE:
General Apportionments 58,204,255$ 51,552,221$ 34,939,403$ 51,552,221$ 52,496,121$ 52,496,121$ 52,496,121$
General Categorical Programs -$ -$ -$ -$ 702,589$ 503,246$ 503,246$
Proposition 30 Revenue -$ 12,521,267$ 12,490,234$ 12,521,267$ 10,797,339$ 10,797,339$ 10,797,339$
Lottery Apportionment 2,072,000$ 2,072,000$ 2,150,688$ 2,200,000$ 2,200,000$ 2,200,000$ 2,200,000$
Other State Revenue 732,502$ 732,502$ 767,044$ 672,450$ 700,226$ 700,226$ 700,226$
State Mandated Reimbursement 440,000$ 440,000$ 440,482$ 440,000$ 446,124$ 446,124$ 446,124$
TOTAL STATE APPORTIONMENT 61,448,757$ 67,317,990$ 50,787,850$ 67,385,938$ 67,342,399$ 67,143,056$ 67,143,056$
LOCAL REVENUE:
Property Taxes 9,258,985$ 9,258,985$ 23,862,692$ 9,258,985$ 12,164,108$ 12,164,108$ 12,164,108$
Contributions, Gifts, Grants, and Endowment -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$
Contract Services Revenue -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$
Sales and Commissions 101,455$ 101,455$ 116,702$ 101,455$ 101,455$ 101,455$ 101,455$
Rentals and Leases 40,000$ 40,000$ 107,904$ 40,000$ 90,000$ 90,000$ 90,000$
Interest and Investment Income 100,000$ 100,000$ 296,250$ 50,000$ 50,000$ 50,000$ 50,000$
Enrollment Fees and Charges 3,946,455$ 3,946,455$ 4,795,465$ 3,946,455$ 4,056,822$ 4,056,822$ 4,056,822$
Nonresident Tuition Fees 1,200,000$ 1,200,000$ 1,219,779$ 1,300,000$ 1,300,000$ 1,300,000$ 1,300,000$
Other Local Revenue 392,497$ 424,036$ 545,969$ 312,766$ 312,766$ 312,766$ 312,766$
TOTAL LOCAL REVENUE 15,039,392$ 15,070,931$ 30,944,759$ 15,009,661$ 18,075,151$ 18,075,151$ 18,075,151$
OTHER FINANCING SOURCES:
Proceeds from Sale of Long-Term Debt -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$
Incoming Transfers -$ -$ 191,248$ -$ -$ -$ -$
TOTAL OTHER FINANCING SOURCES -$ -$ 191,248$ -$ -$ -$ -$
TOTAL INCOME 76,488,149$ 82,388,921$ 81,937,123$ 82,395,599$ 85,417,550$ 85,218,207$ 85,218,207$
NET BEGINNING BALANCE & INCOME 86,466,910$ 92,367,682$ 91,915,884$ 93,288,969$ 96,310,920$ 96,857,400$ 96,964,133$
CERRITOS COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
2013-14 PROPOSED ADOPTED BUDGET
GENERAL FUND - UNRESTRICTED SUMMARY (FUND 01.0)
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2012-13
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BUDGET
2012-13
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2013-14
TENTATIVE
BUDGET
2013-14
PROPOSED
ADOPTED
BUDGET
2014-15
PROJECTED
BUDGET
2015-16
PROJECTED
BUDGET
EXPENDITURES
ACADEMIC SALARIES:
Academic Salaries 32,543,165$ 33,227,239$ 31,705,181$ 32,770,536$ 33,514,359$ 33,849,503$ 34,187,998$
Certificated Administrators 2,754,317$ 2,792,095$ 2,870,003$ 2,875,413$ 2,874,014$ 2,902,754$ 2,931,782$
Counselors Salaries 1,965,850$ 2,051,045$ 1,855,988$ 1,940,000$ 2,011,657$ 2,031,774$ 2,052,091$
Librarian Salaries 460,288$ 469,867$ 463,777$ 406,764$ 589,304$ 595,197$ 601,149$
TOTAL ACADEMIC SALARIES 37,723,620$ 38,540,246$ 36,894,949$ 37,992,713$ 38,989,334$ 39,379,227$ 39,773,020$
CLASSIFIED SALARIES:
Classified Manager/Supervisor Salaries 2,384,252$ 2,275,606$ 2,305,938$ 2,321,593$ 2,313,134$ 2,336,265$ 2,359,628$
Classified Salaries 15,248,267$ 15,190,566$ 14,452,969$ 15,181,090$ 15,054,377$ 15,204,921$ 15,356,970$
Confidential Salaries 628,620$ 628,620$ 638,337$ 645,024$ 644,042$ 650,482$ 656,987$
TOTAL CLASSIFIED SALARIES 18,261,139$ 18,094,792$ 17,397,244$ 18,147,707$ 18,011,553$ 18,191,669$ 18,373,585$
EMPLOYEE BENEFITS:
Employee Benefits 17,790,185$ 17,653,637$ 17,047,691$ 17,035,743$ 17,122,857$ 17,206,100$ 17,378,161$
TOTAL SALARIES & BENEFITS 73,774,944$ 74,288,675$ 71,339,884$ 73,176,163$ 74,123,744$ 74,776,996$ 75,524,766$
Supplies and Materials 1,267,783$ 1,286,856$ 1,350,264$ 1,320,006$ 1,351,361$ 1,351,361$ 1,351,361$
Contract Services and Operating Expenses 7,436,990$ 7,380,192$ 6,437,511$ 6,723,490$ 6,841,130$ 7,434,541$ 6,858,887$
Capital Outlay 1,048,091$ 1,111,258$ 386,133$ 1,087,848$ 1,147,230$ 747,230$ 747,230$
Other Outgo 508,747$ 712,292$ 1,508,723$ 508,747$ 1,208,262$ 801,345$ 458,262$
TOTAL NON-PAYROLL EXPENSE 10,261,611$ 10,490,598$ 9,682,631$ 9,640,091$ 10,547,983$ 10,334,477$ 9,415,740$
TOTAL EXPENDITURES AND TRANSFERS 84,036,555$ 84,779,273$ 81,022,515$ 82,816,254$ 84,671,727$ 85,111,474$ 84,940,506$
OPERATING SURPLUS/(DEFICIT) ($7,548,406) ($2,390,352) $914,608 ($420,655) $745,823 $106,733 $277,701
FUND ENDING BALANCE 2,430,355$ 7,588,409$ 10,893,370$ 10,472,715$ 11,639,193$ 11,745,926$ 12,023,627$
FUND BALANCE CLASSIFICATIONS
5% Board Mandated Reserve 4,861,660$ 4,990,780$ 4,530,227$ 4,625,390$ 4,745,446$ 4,774,068$ 4,729,746$
Undesignated Reserve (2,431,305)$ 2,597,629$ 6,363,143$ 5,847,324$ 6,893,746$ 6,971,858$ 7,293,881$
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TO: Members of the Program Review Advisory Committee
FROM: Miriam Tolson, Program Assistant
DATE: February 27, 2013
SUBJECT: February 19, 2013 Minutes of IPR Meeting
In attendance at the meeting were:
Mark Fronke, Chair
Carl Bengston
Jan Connal
Maggie Cordero
Doug Haynes
Dr. Cynthia Lavariere
Diane Loera
Kay Nguyen
Terry Price
Dr. Patricia Robbins Smith
Stephanie Rosenblatt
Absent
Dan Clauss
Angela Conley
Rachel Mason
Catherine Yutuc
Guests
Angela Hoppe-Nagao
Bill Sparks
1. Speech Presentation The Speech department presentation was given by the
department chair, Angela Hoppe-Nagao, Bill Sparks and Dr. Cynthia Lavariere. Angela,
the Speech Department Chair gave a thorough description of the department and their
goals and mission for the department. A summary of the presentation is listed at the
end of the minutes. The committee congratulated the department and indicated that the
review is a great model and will be used as such. A Motion was made by Maggie
Cordero and Seconded by