AGENDA ITEM 10.(b)
MEETING DATE May 6, 2020
SOLANO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
GOVERNING BOARD AGENDA ITEM
TO: MEMBERS OF THE GOVERNING BOARD
SUBJECT: CONSENT CALENDAR - HUMAN RESOURCES
REQUESTED ACTION: APPROVAL
EMPLOYMENT 2019-2020
Regular Assignment
Name
Assignment
Effective
Shannon Cooper
Vice President, Student Services
06/01/2020
Short-term/Temporary/Substitute
Name
Assignment
Fund/Grant Name
Effective
Adam Iqueda
EMT Instructor
Perkins
11/07/19 06/30/20
Andrew Wesley
1-on-1 Music
Instruction
General Fund
04/16-20 05/14/20
Resignation
Name
Assignment
Effective
Adam Wadenius
Adjunct Cinema Instructor; 9 years, 2 months service at Solano
Community College
04/15/2020
Mary Jones
Celia Esposito-Noy, Ed.D.
Human Resources
Superintendent-President
April 24, 2020
May 6, 2020
Date Submitted
Date Approved
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EMPLOYMENT 2020-2021
Released Time
Name
Assignment
% Released Time
Dates
Sarah Barsness
Curriculum Coordinator
30%
07/01/20 06/30/23
Erica Beam
Distance Education Coordinator
40%
07/01/20 06/30/23
Lauren Taylor-Hill
ASTC Faculty Coordinator
40%
07/01/20 06/30/23
REQUEST FOR REDUCED WORKLOAD
In accordance with section 10.2 of the CCA/CTA/NEA Collective bargaining agreement, the following
instructors are requesting a reduced workload for the 2020-2021 academic year. The reduction is authorized
under section 22713 of the California Education Code. The request for a reduced workload is recommended.
Name
Position
Reduction
Isaias Jacobo
Spanish Instructor
33% Reduction
Susanna Gunther
Math Instructor
50% Reduction
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AGENDA ITEM
10.(c)
MEETING DATE
May 6, 2020
SOLANO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
GOVERNING BOARD AGENDA ITEM
TO: Members of the Governing Board
SUBJECT: CONSENT CALENDAR FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION
REQUESTED ACTION: APPROVAL
PERSONAL SERVICES AGREEMENTS
Student Services
Robert Diamond, Vice President, Finance & Administration
Name
Assignment
Effective
Amount
Richard Delaney Ph.D.
Present for the Foster Kinship
Care Education (FKCE) by
webinar.
Present “In Touch Parenting”
Friday, May 1 -May 22, 2020
6:30 pm -8:30 pm. Provide
handouts, technical support
and link.
May 1, 2020
May 22, 2020
Not to exceed
$1,000.00
Appelstein Training
Resources
Present for the Foster Kinship
Care Education (FKCE) by
webinar.
Wednesdays May 13,20,27 &
June 3, 2020, 10am-12 noon
Present “There is No Such
Thing as Bad Kid” in four
sessions. Provide handouts,
technical support and link for
each session.
May 13, 2020
June 3, 2020
Not to exceed
$1,000.00
Robert V. Diamond
Celia Esposito-Noy, Ed.D.
Vice President, Finance & Administration
Superintendent-President
April 24, 2020
May 6, 2020
Date Submitted
Date Approved
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AGENDA ITEM
10.(d)
MEETING DATE
May 6, 2020
SOLANO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
GOVERNING BOARD AGENDA ITEM
TO: Members of the Governing Board
SUBJECT: NOTICE OF COMPLETION FOR CONSTRUCTION
SERVICES FOR THE BUILDING 800 PARKING LOT
REHABILITATION PROJECT
REQUESTED ACTION:
Information OR
Approval
Consent OR
Non-Consent
SUMMARY:
Board approval is requested for the Building 800 Parking Lot Rehabilitation Project Notice of
Completion. On March 4, 2020, a contract for the amount of $59,980 was awarded to Lister
Construction, Inc. for the Building 800 Parking Lot Rehabilitation Project. The scope of work
included demolition and replacement of the asphalt parking lot and select portions of concrete to
address current non-compliant conditions located near Building 800 on the Fairfield campus.
The work on this project is complete, and at this time the District gives notice and certifies that:
The project has been inspected and complies with the plans and specifications;
The contractor has completed the work;
The contract for the project is accepted and complete; and
Upon Board approval a Notice of Completion will be filed with Solano County for the
project.
STUDENT SUCCESS IMPACT:
Help our students achieve their educational, professional and personal goals
Basic skills education
Workforce development and training
Transfer-level education
Other: Necessary documentation for completed construction
Ed. Code: Board Policy: Estimated Fiscal Impact: $0
SUPERINTENDENT’S RECOMMENDATION:
APPROVAL DISAPPROVAL
NOT REQUIRED TABLE
Lucky Lofton
Executive Bonds Manager
PRESENTER’S NAME
4000 Suisun Valley Road
Fairfield, CA 94534
ADDRESS
Celia Esposito-Noy, Ed.D.
Superintendent-President
(707) 863-7855
TELEPHONE NUMBER
Robert V. Diamond
Vice President, Finance & Administration
May 6, 2020
VICE PRESIDENT APPROVAL
DATE APPROVED BY
SUPERINTENDENT-PRESIDENT
April 24, 2020
DATE SUBMITTED TO
SUPERINTENDENT-PRESIDENT
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When recorded mail to:
Lucky Lofton, Executive Bonds Manager
Solano Community College District
4000 Suisun Valley Road
Fairfield, CA 94534
Notice of Completion
State/local governmental entity recording fee when document is for the benefit of the government entity GC6103 (no fee)
Must be recorded within 10 days after completion
In execution of this Notice, notice is hereby given that:
1. The undersigned is an owner or agent of an owner of the estate or interest stated below.
2. The name of the owner is Solano Community College District.
3. The address of the owner is 4000 Suisun Valley Road, Fairfield, CA 94534.
4. The nature of the estate or interest is: Solano Community College District in fee.
5. The name and addresses of all co-owners, if any, who hold any title or interest with the above-named
owner in the property are:
NAMES ADDRESSES
6. Work of modernization on the property hereinafter described was completed on: 5/6/20
7. The Project Name is: Building 800 Parking Lot Rehabilitation Project
8. DSA Number (if applicable): N/A
9. The contractor for such work of modernization is: Lister Construction, Inc.
10. The name of the contractor’s Surety Co. is: N/A
11. The date of contract between the contractor and the above owner is: 3/4/20
12. The street address of said property is: 4000 Suisun Valley Road, Fairfield, California 94534
13. APN #: 0027-242-110
14. The property on which said work of modernization was completed is in the City of Fairfield, County of
Solano, State of California, and is described as follows: Rehabilitation of an existing parking lot to address
non-compliance.
Date Signature of OwnerCelia Esposito-Noy, Ed. D.
Solano Community College District
Verification
I, undersigned, say:
I am Executive Bonds Manager Lucky Lofton
(“President,” “Owner,” “Manager,” etc.)
Of the declarant of the foregoing completion; I have read said Notice of Completion and know the contents
thereof; the same is true of my own knowledge.
I declare under penalty of perjury that the foregoing is correct and true.
Executed on , at Fairfield , California.
(City or Town where signed)
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AGENDA ITEM
10.(e)
MEETING DATE
May 6, 2020
SOLANO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
GOVERNING BOARD AGENDA ITEM
TO: Members of the Governing Board
SUBJECT: NOTICE OF COMPLETION FOR CONSTRUCTION
SERVICES FOR THE BUILDING 1900 TRENCH DRAIN
PROJECT
REQUESTED ACTION:
Information OR
Approval
Consent OR
Non-Consent
SUMMARY:
Board approval is requested for the Building 1900 Trench Drain Project Notice of Completion. On
March 4, 2020, a contract for the amount of $29,145 was awarded to Lister Construction, Inc. for
the Building 1900 Trench Drain Project. The scope of work included select demolition of existing
asphalt pavement, replacement with new concrete and extension of an existing trench drain to
address hazardous material containment around equipment repair bays.
The work on this project is complete, and at this time the District gives notice and certifies that:
The project has been inspected and complies with the plans and specifications;
The contractor has completed the work;
The contract for the project is accepted and complete; and
Upon Board approval a Notice of Completion will be filed with Solano County for the
project.
STUDENT SUCCESS IMPACT:
Help our students achieve their educational, professional and personal goals
Basic skills education
Workforce development and training
Transfer-level education
Other: Necessary documentation for completed construction
Ed. Code: Board Policy: Estimated Fiscal Impact: $0
SUPERINTENDENT’S RECOMMENDATION:
APPROVAL DISAPPROVAL
NOT REQUIRED TABLE
Lucky Lofton
Executive Bonds Manager
PRESENTER’S NAME
4000 Suisun Valley Road
Fairfield, CA 94534
ADDRESS
Celia Esposito-Noy, Ed.D.
Superintendent-President
(707) 863-7855
TELEPHONE NUMBER
Robert V. Diamond
Vice President, Finance & Administration
May 6, 2020
VICE PRESIDENT APPROVAL
DATE APPROVED BY
SUPERINTENDENT-PRESIDENT
April 24, 2020
DATE SUBMITTED TO
SUPERINTENDENT-PRESIDENT
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When recorded mail to:
Lucky Lofton, Executive Bonds Manager
Solano Community College District
4000 Suisun Valley Road
Fairfield, CA 94534
Notice of Completion
State/local governmental entity recording fee when document is for the benefit of the government entity GC6103 (no fee)
Must be recorded within 10 days after completion
In execution of this Notice, notice is hereby given that:
1. The undersigned is an owner or agent of an owner of the estate or interest stated below.
2. The name of the owner is Solano Community College District.
3. The address of the owner is 4000 Suisun Valley Road, Fairfield, CA 94534.
4. The nature of the estate or interest is: Solano Community College District in fee.
5. The name and addresses of all co-owners, if any, who hold any title or interest with the above-named
owner in the property are:
NAMES ADDRESSES
6. Work of modernization on the property hereinafter described was completed on: 5/6/20
7. The Project Name is: Building 1900 Trench Drain Project
8. DSA Number (if applicable): N/A
9. The contractor for such work of modernization is: Lister Construction, Inc.
10. The name of the contractor’s Surety Co. is: N/A
11. The date of contract between the contractor and the above owner is: 3/4/20
12. The street address of said property is: 4000 Suisun Valley Road, Fairfield, California 94534
13. APN #: 0027-242-110
14. The property on which said work of modernization was completed is in the City of Fairfield, County of
Solano, State of California, and is described as follows: Replacement of existing asphalt pavement with
concrete and extension of existing trench drain to address hazardous material containment.
Date Signature of OwnerCelia Esposito-Noy, Ed. D.
Solano Community College District
Verification
I, undersigned, say:
I am Executive Bonds Manager Lucky Lofton
(“President,” “Owner,” “Manager,” etc.)
Of the declarant of the foregoing completion; I have read said Notice of Completion and know the contents
thereof; the same is true of my own knowledge.
I declare under penalty of perjury that the foregoing is correct and true.
Executed on , at Fairfield , California.
(City or Town where signed)
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AGENDA ITEM
10.(f)
MEETING DATE
May 6, 2020
SOLANO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
GOVERNING BOARD AGENDA ITEM
TO: Members of the Governing Board
SUBJECT: NOTICE OF COMPLETION FOR CONSTRUCTION
SERVICES FOR THE FAIRFIELD CAMPUS PERIMETER
ROAD STRIPING PROJECT
REQUESTED ACTION:
Information OR
Approval
Consent OR
Non-Consent
SUMMARY:
Board approval is requested for the Fairfield Campus Road Striping Project Notice of Completion.
On March 4, 2020, a contract for the amount of $55,060 was awarded to Sierra Striping Inc. and
Sealcoating for the Fairfield Campus Perimeter Road Striping Project. The scope of work included
reflective paint road striping and installation of two-way reflectors around the perimeter road of the
Fairfield campus to improve visibility for vehicular traffic and improve overall safety.
The work on this project is complete, and at this time the District gives notice and certifies that:
The project has been inspected and complies with the plans and specifications;
The contractor has completed the work;
The contract for the project is accepted and complete; and
Upon Board approval a Notice of Completion will be filed with Solano County for the
project.
STUDENT SUCCESS IMPACT:
Help our students achieve their educational, professional and personal goals
Basic skills education
Workforce development and training
Transfer-level education
Other: Necessary documentation for completed construction
Ed. Code: Board Policy: Estimated Fiscal Impact: $0
SUPERINTENDENT’S RECOMMENDATION:
APPROVAL DISAPPROVAL
NOT REQUIRED TABLE
Lucky Lofton
Executive Bonds Manager
PRESENTER’S NAME
4000 Suisun Valley Road
Fairfield, CA 94534
ADDRESS
Celia Esposito-Noy, Ed.D.
Superintendent-President
(707) 863-7855
TELEPHONE NUMBER
Robert V. Diamond
Vice President, Finance & Administration
May 6, 2020
VICE PRESIDENT APPROVAL
DATE APPROVED BY
SUPERINTENDENT-PRESIDENT
April 24, 2020
DATE SUBMITTED TO
SUPERINTENDENT-PRESIDENT
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When recorded mail to:
Lucky Lofton, Executive Bonds Manager
Solano Community College District
4000 Suisun Valley Road
Fairfield, CA 94534
Notice of Completion
State/local governmental entity recording fee when document is for the benefit of the government entity GC6103 (no fee)
Must be recorded within 10 days after completion
In execution of this Notice, notice is hereby given that:
1. The undersigned is an owner or agent of an owner of the estate or interest stated below.
2. The name of the owner is Solano Community College District.
3. The address of the owner is 4000 Suisun Valley Road, Fairfield, CA 94534.
4. The nature of the estate or interest is: Solano Community College District in fee.
5. The name and addresses of all co-owners, if any, who hold any title or interest with the above-named
owner in the property are:
NAMES ADDRESSES
6. Work of modernization on the property hereinafter described was completed on: 5/6/20
7. The Project Name is: Fairfield Campus Perimeter Road Striping Project
8. DSA Number (if applicable): N/A
9. The contractor for such work of modernization is: Sierra Striping Inc. and Sealcoating
10. The name of the contractor’s Surety Co. is: N/A
11. The date of contract between the contractor and the above owner is: 3/4/20
12. The street address of said property is: 4000 Suisun Valley Road, Fairfield, California 94534
13. APN #: 0027-242-110
14. The property on which said work of modernization was completed is in the City of Fairfield, County of
Solano, State of California, and is described as follows: Restriping of road markings and installation of
two-way reflectors around the perimeter road of the Fairfield campus.
Date Signature of OwnerCelia Esposito-Noy, Ed. D.
Solano Community College District
Verification
I, undersigned, say:
I am Executive Bonds Manager Lucky Lofton
(“President,” “Owner,” “Manager,” etc.)
Of the declarant of the foregoing completion; I have read said Notice of Completion and know the contents
thereof; the same is true of my own knowledge.
I declare under penalty of perjury that the foregoing is correct and true.
Executed on , at Fairfield , California.
(City or Town where signed)
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AGENDA ITEM
12.(a)
MEETING DATE
May 6, 2020
SOLANO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
GOVERNING BOARD AGENDA ITEM
TO: Members of the Governing Board
SUBJECT: RESIGNATION TO RETIRE
REQUESTED ACTION:
Information OR
Approval
Consent OR
Non-Consent
SUMMARY:
Name
Assignment & Years of Service
Effective
Margaret Abel-Quintero
24 years and 5 months service at Solano
Community College
05/21/2020
STUDENT SUCCESS IMPACT:
Help students achieve their educational, professional and personal goals
Basic skills education
Workforce development and training
Transfer-level education
Other: Human Resources__________________________________________
Ed. Code: N/A Board Policy: N/A Estimated Fiscal Impact: N/A
SUPERINTENDENT’S RECOMMENDATION:
APPROVAL DISAPPROVAL
NOT REQUIRED TABLE
Mary Jones
Human Resources
PRESENTER’S NAME
4000 Suisun Valley Road
Fairfield, CA 94534
ADDRESS
Celia Esposito-Noy, Ed.D.
Superintendent-President
707-864-7263
TELEPHONE NUMBER
May 6, 2020
VICE PRESIDENT APPROVAL
DATE APPROVED B/Y
SUPERINTENDENT-PRESIDENT
April 24, 2020
DATE SUBMITTED TO
SUPERINTENDENT-PRESIDENT
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AGENDA ITEM
12.(b)
MEETING DATE
May 6, 2020
SOLANO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
GOVERNING BOARD AGENDA ITEM
TO: Members of the Governing Board
SUBJECT: REVIEW OF EEO MULTI METHOD CERTIFICATION
REQUESTED ACTION:
Information OR
Approval
Consent OR
Non-Consent
SUMMARY:
The following EEO Multi Method Certification is presented to the Governing Board for review. The
attached describes
the various activities that the District implemented in 2019-2020 to promote Equal
Employment Opportunity for each of the nine Multiple Methods for hiring and promotion at the
Solano Community College District.
STUDENT SUCCESS IMPACT:
Help students achieve their educational, professional and personal goals
Basic skills education
Workforce development and training
Transfer-level education
Other: Human Resources__________________________________________
Ed. Code: 87107 Board Policy: 4035 Estimated Fiscal Impact: $50,000 received
from CCCCO
SUPERINTENDENT’S RECOMMENDATION:
APPROVAL DISAPPROVAL
NOT REQUIRED TABLE
Mary Jones
Human Resources
PRESENTER’S NAME
4000 Suisun Valley Road
Fairfield, CA 94534
ADDRESS
Celia Esposito-Noy, Ed.D.
Superintendent-President
707-864-7263
TELEPHONE NUMBER
May 6, 2019
VICE PRESIDENT APPROVAL
DATE APPROVED BY
SUPERINTENDENT-PRESIDENT
April 24, 2020
DATE SUBMITTED TO
SUPERINTENDENT-PRESIDENT
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Equal Employment Opportunity
Fund Multiple Method Allocation
Certification Form
Fiscal Y
ear 2019-2020
District Name
: ___________________________________________________________
Does the District meet Method #1 (District has EEO Advisory Committee, EEO Plan, and
submitted Expenditure/Performance reports for prior year) (All mandatory for funding).
Yes
No
The district met at least 6 of the remaining 8 Multiple Methods? (Please mark your answers.)
Yes
Method 2 (Board policies and adopted resolutions)
Method 3 (Incentives for hard-to-hire areas/disciplines)
Method 4 (Focused outreach and publications)
Method 5 (Procedures for addressing diversity throughout hiring steps and levels)
Method 6 (Consistent and ongoing training for hiring committees)
Method 7 (Professional development focused on diversity)
Method 8 (Diversity incorporated into criteria for employee evaluation and tenure review)
Method 9 (Grow-Your-Own programs)
No
I CERTIFY THAT THIS REPORT FORM IS COMPLETE AND ACCURATE. Please attach meeting agenda
showing district EEO Advisory Committee’s certification of this report form.
Chair, Equal Employment Opportunity Advisory Committee
Name: Title:
Signature: _________________________________
___
Date: ___________________________________________
Chief Human Resources Officer
Name: Title:
Signature:__________________________________
__
Date: ___________________________________________
Chief Executive Officer (Chancellor or President/Superintendent)
Name: Title:
Signature: __________________________________
__ ___________________________________________
Date:
President/Chair, District Board of Trustees
Date of governing board’s approval/certification: _________________, 2019
Name: Title: President/Chair, Board of Trustees
Signature: Date:
_________________________________
___ ___________________________________________
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Solano Community College
Salvatore Abbate
Human Resources Manager
Salvatore Ababte
Human Resources Manager
Dr. Celia Esposito-Noy
President/Superinterndent
Quinten Voyce
Equal Employment Opportunity
Fund Multiple Method Allocation
Certification Form
Fiscal Year 2019-2020
This form requires districts to report the various activities that they are implementing to promote
Equal Employment Opportunity for each of the 9 Multiple Methods.
When providing explanation(s) and evidence of your district’s success in implementing the Multiple
Methods, please keep narrative to no more than one page per Multiple Method. If you reference an
attachment, please ensure it is attached to your submittal.
Nine (9) Multiple Methods
Mandatory for Funding
1. District’s EEO Advisory Committee, EEO Plan, and submittal of Expenditure/Performance
reports for prior year.
Pre-Hiring
2. Board policies & adopted resolutions
3. Incentives for hard-to-hire areas/disciplines
4. Focused outreach and publications
Hiring
5. Procedures for addressing diversity throughout hiring steps and levels
6. Consistent and ongoing training for hiring committees
Post-Hiring
7. Professional development focused on diversity
8. Diversity incorporated into criteria for employee evaluation and tenure review
9. Grow-Your-Own programs
Does District meet Multiple Method #1 (District has EEO Advisory Committee,
EEO Plan, and submitted Expenditure/Performance reports for prior year)?
Yes
No
Under the Multiple Method allocation model, districts must minimally have an operational district EEO
Advisory Committee, and an updated EEO Plan. Additionally, districts are required to annually report
on the use of EEO funds.
In order to qualify for receipt of the EEO Fund, districts are required to submit a board-adopted
EEO plan every three years to the Chancellor’s Office. (Title 5, section 53003).
EEO Plans are considered active for three years from the date of when the district’s Board of
Trustees approved the plan.
The districts are required to establish an EEO Advisory Committee to assist in the
development and implementation of the EEO Plan. (Title 5, section 53005).
The districts are required to annually submit a report on the use of Equal Employment
Opportunity funds. (Title 5, section 53034).
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Equal Employment Opportunity
Fund Multiple Method Allocation
Certification Form
Fiscal Year 2019-2020
Please provide an explanation and evidence of meeting this Multiple Method, #1.
Multiple Method #1
To receive funding for this year’s allocation amount, districts are also required to meet 6 of the remaining
8 Multiple Methods.
Does the District meet Method #2 (Board policies and adopted resolutions)?
Yes
No
Please provide an explanation and evidence of meeting this Multiple Method, #2.
Multiple Method #2
Does the District meet Method #3 (Incentives for hard-to-hire areas/disciplines)?
Yes
No
Please provide an explanation and evidence of meeting this Multiple Method, #3.
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The district has adopted an EEO plan that is current until the year 2020. The board is reviewing
the updated plan which will be valid for 2021-2024. Our EEO advisory committee has meet
quarterly to discuss up coming EEO trainings and updating of the EEO plan. The advisory
committees review of our EEO plan has focused on ways to increase diversity in recruitment,
hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. Solano Community College has submitted our EEO
expenditure report for Fiscal Year 2018-2019.
Evidence: EEO Plan
Evidence: Equity Advisory Inclusion Committee Minute 2-20-2020
Procedures have been reviewed and the District will include reference to a student worker hiring
manual that is being developed.
Evidence: Student Worker Hiring Manual.
Equal Employment Opportunity
Fund Multiple Method Allocation
Certification Form
Fiscal Year 2019-2020
Multiple Method #3
Does the District meet Method #4 (Focused outreach and publications)?
Yes
No
Please provide an explanation and evidence of meeting this Multiple Method, #4.
Multiple Method #4
Does the District meet Method #5 (Procedures for addressing diversity throughout
hiring steps and levels)?
Yes
No
Please provide an explanation and evidence of meeting this Multiple Method, #5.
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The district has identified specific disciplines and has focused efforts to increase the pool of
diverse applicants.
The district offered remote interviews(first and second level) through an Internet based program
for candidates who were unable to participate in person. Results indicate that no applicant was
disadvantaged by participating in remote interviews.
The district has placed a member of human resources on all interview committees, to observe and
guide the panels, and to continue to ensure we are screening and hiring for a diverse workforce in
all positions.
We have added an additional step to our temporary ASL interpreter salary schedule, allowing
students who have completed the certificate in ASL interpreting the ability to gain work for the
District after graduation.
Evidence: Increased employment opportunities for those who meet ASL interpreter certification.
In addition to general postings, the District sent full time tenure track position announcements and
management position announcements to colleges that serve underrepresented groups.
The district continues to require EEO representative training for employees who wish to be EEO
representatives on interview committees.
All employees who wish to serve on interview committees are required to complete either the
on-line training program or the in-person training on implicit bias.
Evidence: Faculty hiring manual; EEO training guidelines.
Equal Employment Opportunity
Fund Multiple Method Allocation
Certification Form
Fiscal Year 2019-2020
Multiple Method #5
Does the District meet Method #6 (Consistent and ongoing training for hiring
committees)?
Yes
No
Please provide an explanation and evidence of meeting this Multiple Method, #6.
Multiple Method #6
Does the District meet Method #7 (Professional development focused on diversity)?
Yes
No
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The District has procedures in place that require faculty and staff serving on screening and
interview committees to have completed the EEO/Diversity Training through either the on-line
program or in person training focused on implicit bias.
Human Resources has created a student worker hiring manual to include best practices for
achieving equity in screening and hiring and for processing employment applications and hiring
paperwork. Managers are required to authorize student hires and have been advised of our Fair
Chance hiring practices.
During fall 2019 and spring 2020 Flex Cal Days, the District hosted sessions on addressing
implicit bias in the screening, interview, and recommending for hire processes.
Evidence: A total of___ employees participated in the fall and/or spring Flex Cal trainings.
The college offered additional sessions of implicit bias training in Fall 2019 and Spring of 2020
with the goal of getting every employee to complete the training.
The district offered two sessions on safe spaces training in the summer 2019 in an effort to inform
faculty and staff of the concerns, needs, and appropriate responses regarding our LGBTQ
population.
The district required and provided training for employees serving as EEO representatives on
interview committees during the fall 2019 and spring 2020 Flex Cal days.
All interview committees are required to include at least on question related to demonstrating,
advancing, and/or supporting equity and serving diverse communities.
Evidence: Sign in sheets from EEO representative trainings; demographic data for screened
applicants, applicants recommended for second level interviews, and for those recommended to
the Board for hire.
Equal Employment Opportunity
Fund Multiple Method Allocation
Certification Form
Fiscal Year 2019-2020
Please provide an explanation and evidence of meeting this Multiple Method, #7.
Multiple Method #7
Does the District meet Method #8 (Diversity incorporated into criteria for employee
evaluation and tenure review)?
Yes
No
Please provide an explanation and evidence of meeting this Multiple Method, #8.
Multiple Method #8
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The District held the following trainings:
Safe Spaces training was held in summer 2019 and open to all employees. The goal was to
inform faculty and staff of the concerns, needs, and appropriate responses regarding our LGBTQ
population and to recommend a plan for converting all bathrooms to non-gender specific or
gender inclusive.
Sexual Harassment prevention training was held in person for all managers and supervisors in
spring 2020. Option to complete on-line training remains. Employees notified in writing of annual
training requirements.
Training on the impact of trauma on student learning was held on Flex in spring 2020. Discussion
Evidence: Roster of attendees from safe spaces training; bathrooms in all buildings have been
converted to include a single stall, gender inclusive bathroom. Locations for those bathrooms are
included on a campus map.
Evidence: Flex agenda for spring 2020
The faculty peer review process and forms include evaluative items related to the ability to work
effectively with diverse populations. The peer review includes feedback and insight from faculty
during classroom observations and deans address issues related to interactions with colleagues
and students.
Student evaluations also provide feedback on the instructor's ability to work effectively with
all students.
The evaluation form for managers includes an assessment of the manager's ability to lead
effectively in a diverse environment. Classified staff are evaluated on the ability to work
effectively in a diverse setting.
Evidence: Faculty evaluation form
Evidence: Manager evaluation form
Evidence: Classified staff evaluation form
Evidence: Student evaluation form
Equal Employment Opportunity
Fund Multiple Method Allocation
Certification Form
Fiscal Year 2019-2020
Does the District meet Method #9 (Grow-Your-Own programs)?
Yes
No
Please provide an explanation and evidence of meeting this Multiple Method, #9.
Multiple Method #9
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Solano Community College continues to "grow our own" in the American Sigh Language (ASL)
program, and in English classes. ASL interpreters are used for faculty meetings, in classrooms,
at professional development sessions and at social events. ASL interpreters are scheduled at
designated theatre and choir events as a means of inviting the deaf community to attend
performances. ASL students who have completed ASL 1 with an "A" or "B" grade are eligible to
begin working as apprentice interpreters for the District.
English faculty have created an embedded tutor or Instructional Assistant (IA) program designed
for former SCC students who are completing upper level undergraduate or graduate degrees in
English, Creative Writing, etc. As these IAs complete their graduate degree, they are better
prepared to apply for faculty positions.
The District has also employed a number of formerly incarcerated students and staff who in
previous years may have been precluded from being offered positions. With the legal guidance
from the Chancellor's Office on complying with the Fair Chance Act, we have increased the
number of students and staff who were previously incarcerated.
AGENDA ITEM 12.(c)
MEETING DATE May 6, 2020
SOLANO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
GOVERNING BOARD AGENDA ITEM
TO: Members of the Governing Board
SUBJECT: CONTRACT AWARD TO HMR ARCHITECTS FOR
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES FOR BUILDING 1800B
EXTERIOR ROOF CANOPY PROJECT
REQUESTED ACTION:
Information OR
Approval
Consent OR
Non-Consent
SUMMARY:
Board approval is requested for award of an architectural services contract to HMR Architects for
full architectural and engineering services for the Building 1800B Exterior Roof Canopy Project.
This project is to replace a failing existing roof structure serving an outdoor lab space for students
learning to use welding equipment and various pieces of machinery. The project scope will design
the replacement of the existing roof structure with a new structure to provide students
a safe
learning environment.
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STUDENT SUCCESS IMPACT:
Help our students achieve their educational, professional and personal goals
Basic skills education
Workforce development and training
Transfer-level education
Other: Renovating existing instructional space and equipment.
Ed. Code: Board Policy: Estimated Fiscal Impact: $34,800 Measure Q Funds
SUPERINTENDENT’S RECOMMENDATION:
APPROVAL DISAPPROVAL
NOT REQUIRED TABLE
Lucky Lofton
Executive Bonds Manager
PRESENTER’S NAME
4000 Suisun Valley Road
Fairfield, CA 94534
ADDRESS
Dr. Celia Esposito-Noy
Superintendent-President
(707) 863-7855
TELEPHONE NUMBER
Robert Diamond
VP, Finance & Administration
May 6, 2020
VICE PRESIDENT APPROVAL
DATE APPROVED BY
SUPERINTENDENT-PRESIDENT
April 24, 2020
DATE SUBMITTED TO
SUPERINTENDENT-PRESIDENT
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AGENDA ITEM 12.(c)
MEETING DATE May 6, 2020
SOLANO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
GOVERNING BOARD AGENDA ITEM
TO: Members of the Governing Board
SUBJECT: CONTRACT AWARD TO HMR ARCHITECTS FOR
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES FOR BUILDING 1800B
EXTERIOR ROOF CANOPY PROJECT
SUMMARY:
CONTINUED FROM THE PREVIOUS PAGE
The scope of work includes full architectural and engineering services for design/construction
documents, including Division of State Architect (DSA) review and approval, bid phase services,
and construction administration.
The consultant’s proposal was evaluated, and pricing was found to be appropriate for the scope of
work requested. HMR Architects is part of the District’s pre-qualified
Architectural Services
Pool.
The Board is asked to approve a professional services contract to HMR Architects, in the amount
not to exceed $34,800.
The agreement is available online at http://www.solano.edu/measureq/planning.php
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AGENDA ITEM 12.(d)
MEETING DATE May 6, 2020
SOLANO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
GOVERNING BOARD AGENDA ITEM
TO: Members of the Governing Board
SUBJECT: PURCHASE AGREEMENT APPROVAL TO WILLIAMS
SCOTSMAN, INC. FOR DSA PRE-APPROVED MODULAR
CLASSROOMS
REQUESTED ACTION:
Information OR
Approval
Consent OR
Non-Consent
SUMMARY:
On April 1, 2020, the Board approved the lease of two (2) forty by thirty-six (40’x36’) Division of
the State Architect (DSA) pre-approved modular classroom buildings for the Early College High
School Program (ECHS). At the time of
approval, leasing was the only option available to the
District. Since that date, an option to purchase two (2) new classroom buildings of the same size has
become available.
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STUDENT SUCCESS IMPACT
:
Help our students achieve their educational, professional and personal goals
Basic skills education
Workforce development and training
Transfer-level education
Other: Provide new instructional space and equipment
Ed. Code: Board Policy: Estimated Fiscal Impact: $402,458.96 Measure Q Funds
SUPERINTENDENT’S RECOMMENDATION:
APPROVAL DISAPPROVAL
NOT REQUIRED TABLE
Lucky Lofton
Executive Bonds Manager
PRESENTER’S NAME
4000 Suisun Valley Road
Fairfield, CA 94534
ADDRESS
Celia Esposito-Noy, Ed.D.
Superintendent-President
(707) 863-7855
TELEPHONE NUMBER
Robert V. Diamond
V.P., Finance & Administration
May 6, 2020
VICE PRESIDENT APPROVAL
DATE APPROVED BY
SUPERINTENDENT-PRESIDENT
April 24, 2020
DATE SUBMITTED TO
SUPERINTENDENT-PRESIDENT
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AGENDA ITEM 12.(d)
MEETING DATE May 6, 2020
SOLANO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
GOVERNING BOARD AGENDA ITEM
TO: Members of the Governing Board
SUBJECT: PURCHASE AGREEMENT APPROVAL TO WILLIAMS
SCOTSMAN, INC. FOR DSA PRE-APPROVED MODULAR
CLASSROOMS
SUMMARY:
CONTINUED FROM THE PREVIOUS PAGE
Purchase of the buildings allows the District additional flexibility both financially and physically for
future use. The need for long term space flexibility that portable buildings addresses has been identified
by District partnerships that support both the Early College High School and the Solano County Office
of Education as well as plans for bond projects that will require long closures of buildings for renovation
over the next 15 years. During that time lease costs will exceed purchase costs in less than 10 years.
The portable buildings will be resold at the end of their need here further recovering the investment in
these flexible facilities.
The purchase agreement includes fabrication of two (2) new forty by thirty-six (40’x36’) DSA pre-
approved modular classroom buildi
ngs, delivery and installation. Delivery and installation of the
buildings is anticipated for Fall 2020.
William Scotsman’s pricing is based on the piggybackable contract utilizing the OMNIA Partners (U.S.
Communities and National IPA) Agreement #R160101.
The Board is asked to approve a purchase agreement to Williams Scotsman, Inc., in the amount not to
exceed $402,458.96.
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AGENDA ITEM 12.(e)
MEETING DATE May 6, 2020
SOLANO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
GOVERNING BOARD AGENDA ITEM
TO: Members of the Governing Board
SUBJECT: APPROVAL OF CONTRACT CHANGE ORDER #5 TO
BHM CONSTRUCTION FOR THE FAIRFIELD
LIBRARY/LEARNING RESOURCE CENTER PROJECT
REQUESTED ACTION:
Information OR
Approval
Consent OR
Non-Consent
SUMMARY:
Boar
d approval is requested for Change Order #5 to the Contract with BHM Construction, the general
contractor for the Fairfield Library/LRC Project. On October 16, 2019 the Board approved a contract with
BHM Construction for the Fairfield Library/LRC Project.
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STUDENT SUCCESS IMPACT:
Help our students achieve their educational, professional and personal goals
Basic skills education
Workforce development and training
Transfer-level education
Other: Provide complete functionality of new LLRC building
Ed. Code: Board Policy: Estimated Fiscal Impact: $122,254.00 State and Measure Q Funds
SUPERINTENDENT’S RECOMMENDATION:
APPROVAL DISAPPROVAL
NOT REQUIRED TABLE
Lucky Lofton
Executive Bonds Manager
PRESENTER’S NAME
4000 Suisun Valley Road
Fairfield, CA 94534
ADDRESS
Celia Esposito-Noy, Ed.D.
Superintendent-President
(707) 863-7855
TELEPHONE NUMBER
Vice President, Finance and Administration
May 6, 2020
VICE PRESIDENT APPROVAL
DATE APPROVED BY
SUPERINTENDENT-PRESIDENT
April 24, 2020
DATE SUBMITTED TO
SUPERINTENDENT-PRESIDENT
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AGENDA ITEM 12.(e)
MEETING DATE May 6, 2020
SOLANO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
GOVERNING BOARD AGENDA ITEM
TO: Members of the Governing Board
SUBJECT: APPROVAL OF CONTRACT CHANGE ORDER #5 TO
BHM CONSTRUCTION FOR THE FAIRFIELD
LIBRARY/LEARNING RESOURCE CENTER PROJECT
SUMMARY:
CONTINUED FROM THE PREVIOUS PAGE
Duri
ng the process of construction and RFI/Submittal review, the following changes were made:
- Add new site lighting circuit for existing lights north of new Library and megger test existing light wiring
and connections
- Add power to domestic water recirculation pump not shown/included in drawings
- Addition of fire sprinkler booster pump required running of electrical feeders
- Re-print project signage at owner request
- Upgrade of skylight to 3-layer vario system and add vario print as required to control glare through
skylight, and improve energy performance
- Add fire line back-flow assembly not shown in drawings
- Increase size of seismic tie plates for roof deck supports and install modified/lengthened structural steel
header supports at 2
nd
floor due to constructability conflicts
- Credit for deck bearing substitution design work
- Cost to prep portion of Slab On Grade (SOG) poured in Phase 1 to add 6" curb around fire riser room.
BHM’
s Change Order Request includes the cost of the time and material of the previously listed changes.
Following is a summary of the Contract:
$ 30,279,100 Original Contract Amount
$ 61,642 Previously Approved Change Orders (4)
$ 122,254 Proposed Change Order #5
$ 30,462,816 New Contract Amount, including this Change Order #5
The Board is asked to approve this Change Order #5 to BHM Construction in the amount of $122,254.00
resulting in a new contract amount of $30,462,816.00.
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Solano Community College District
4000 Suisun Valley Road
Fairfield, CA 94534
Tel: 707-864-7189 Fax: 707-207-0423
5
19-009
Date:
6-May-20
Project:
Construction Manager:
Library Learning Resource Center (LLRC) Project Swinerton Management and Consulting
Fairfield Campus
260 Townsend Street
San Francisco, CA 94107
To:
221 Gateway Road W, Ste. 405
Napa, CA 94558
PCO No.
17
$24,841.00
18
$4,088.00
26a
$8,676.00
27
$697.00
28
$57,320.00
29a
$27,929.00
30
$2,727.00
32
($4,750.00)
33
$726.00
TOTAL COST OF CHANGE ORDER Add
$127,004.00
Deduct ($4,750.00)
$122,254.00
30,279,100.00$
61,462.00$
30,340,562.00$
$122,254.00
30,462,816.00$
X
4/30/2021
Project Number:
Original Contract Sum:
Total Change By Previous Change Order:
FINAL CHANGE ORDER AMOUNT:
DSA App. No.:
02-116761
Solano Community College District
Contract Sum Prior to This Change Order:
Original Contract Sum will be Increased by This Change Order:
Increase size of seismic tie plates for roof deck supports and install modified/lengthened structural
steel header supports at 2nd floor due to constructability conflicts
DSA File No.: 48-C1
Change Order #
The Date Of Substantial Completion As Of This Change Order Is:
Re-print project signage at owner request
Upgrade of skylight to 3-layer vario system and add vario print as required to control glare through
skylight
Add fire line back-flow assembly not shown in drawings
Credit for deck bearing substitution design work
Cost to prep portion of slab on grade poured in Phase 1 to add 6" curb around fire riser room.
The New Contract Sum Including This Change Order Will Be:
BHM Construction, Inc.
The Contract is Changed as Follows:
The New Contract Completion Date Will Be:
Contract Time Will Be Unchanged by This Change Order:
Add new site lighting circuit for existing lights north of new Library and megger test existing light
Add power to domestic water recirculation pump not shown/included in drawings
Cost to run electrical feeders to fire sprinkler booster pump added to meet code requirements
Change Order
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Date:
Swinerton Management and Consulting
260 Townsend Stdreet
San Francisco, CA 94107
Date:
Noll & Tam Architects
729 Heinz Avenue #7
Berkeley, CA 94710
Date:
BHM Construction, Inc.
221 Gateway Road W, Ste. 405
Napa, CA 94588
Date:
Lucky Lofton
Executive Bonds Manager
Solano Community College District
Construction Manager:
ARCHITECT:
CONTRACTOR:
OWNER:
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AGENDA ITEM 12.(f)
MEETING DATE May 6, 2020
SOLANO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
GOVERNING BOARD AGENDA ITEM
TO: Members of the Governing Board
SUBJECT: CLINICAL EXPERIENCE AGREEMENT BETWEEN
SOLANO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT AND
MEDIC AMBULANCE, VALLEJO, CALIFORNIA
REQUESTED ACTION:
Information OR
Approval
Consent OR
Non-Consent
SUMMARY:
A clinical experience agreement between Solano Community College District and Medic Ambulance, Vallejo,
California
, is being presented for review and approval by the Governing Board. The approval of this
agreement benefits the nursing program at Solano Community College by providing Registered Nursing
students with a company providing advance life support ambulance services in which to practice. The CCR
for the Board of Registered Nursing, Section 1427 requires “A program that utilizes agencies and/or facilities
for clinical experience shall maintain written agreements with such facilities.” These agreements must be
current, reviewed periodically, and revised, as indicated. A copy of the Agreement will be available in the
Office of the Superintendent-President, in the Office of the Dean of the School of Health Sciences, and in the
offices of Medic Ambulance, Vallejo, California.
STUDENT SUCCESS IMPACT:
Help students achieve their educational, professional and personal goals
Basic skills education
Workforce development and training
Transfer-level education
Other: ___________________________________________________________________
Ed. Code: CCR 1427 Board Policy: 3520 Estimated Fiscal Impact: $NONE
SUPERINTENDENT’S RECOMMENDATION:
APPROVAL DISAPPROVAL
NOT REQUIRED TABLE
Sheila Hudson, Dean, School of Health Sciences
PRESENTER’S NAME
4000 Suisun Valley Road
Fairfield, CA 94534
ADDRESS
Celia Esposito-Noy, Ed.D.
Superintendent-President
707-864-7108
TELEPHONE NUMBER
May 6, 2020
VICE PRESIDENT APPROVAL
DATE APPROVED BY
SUPERINTENDENT-PRESIDENT
April 24, 2020
DATE SUBMITTED TO
SUPERINTENDENT-PRESIDENT
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CLINICAL EXPERIENCE AGREEMENT
This Agreement is between Medic Ambulance (hereinafter known as FACILITY)
located at 506 Couch Street, Vallejo, CA 94590 and Solano Community College
(hereinafter known as SCHOOL) and located at 4000 Suisun Valley Road,
Fairfield, California 94534-3197 and is effective as of May 7, 2020.
RECITALS
A. FACILITY owns and operates advanced life support ambulance services in the
North San Francisco Bay and Sacramento areas (hereinafter referred to as
“Facility”).
A. SCHOOL owns and operates an Associate Degree Nursing Program (ADN)
which is accredited by the California Board of Registered Nursing. SCHOOL
desires its students to obtain practical experience with FACILITY’s services
through participation in a clinical program for its Registered Nursing students
(“Program”).
B. It is to the mutual benefit of the parties to this Agreement that the students of
SCHOOL’s Program use such Facility for their clinical experience.
Now, therefore, the parties agree as follows:
1. GENERAL INFORMATION
A. Both parties before the beginning of the training shall agree upon the period
of time for each student’s clinical experience.
B. The maximum number of students to receive training shall be mutually
agreed upon by the parties at least 30 days prior to beginning of training
based upon the availability of space and other considerations.
C. Faculty and appropriate facility staff will arrange for faculty and student
orientations, and identify a process for ongoing communication between the
facility and the school at the beginning of each clinical experience.
D. Faculty and appropriate facility staff will annually review the
appropriateness of the learning environment in relation to the program’s
written objectives.
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2. SCHOOL’S RESPONSIBILITIES
A. Student Profile. SCHOOL shall complete and send to FACILITY a profile for
each student enrolled in the Program which shall include the student’s
name, address and telephone number, driver’s license number and social
security number, prior to the beginning of the planned clinical experience.
B. Schedule of Assignments. SCHOOL shall notify the FACILITY of its
planned schedule of student assignments, including the name of the
student, level of academic preparation and length and dates of clinical
experience prior to the planned clinical experience.
C. Program Coordinator. SCHOOL shall designate a faculty member to
coordinate with a designee of FACILITY in the planning of the Program to be
provided students.
D. Records. SCHOOL shall maintain all personnel and academic records of
the students.
E. Rules and Regulations. SCHOOL shall enforce rules and regulations
governing the students that are mutually agreed upon by SCHOOL and
FACILITY.
F. Supervision. SCHOOL shall supervise all instruction and clinical
experiences for students assigned in groups at the FACILITY.
G. Health Policy. SCHOOL shall provide FACILITY, prior to a student’s arrival
at the FACILITY, with proof of immunity consistent with FACILITY employee
health policy and notify the FACILITY if student is a known carrier of an
infectious or communicable disease. If such information indicates that
patients of FACILITY would be placed at risk if treated by a particular
student, FACILITY reserves the right to refuse to allow such student to
participate in the clinical experience at FACILITY.
H. Student Responsibilities. SCHOOL shall notify the students that they are
responsible for:
1) Following the clinical and administrative policies, procedures, rules and
regulations of FACILITY.
2) Arranging for their own transportation and living arrangements when not
provided by SCHOOL.
3) Arranging for and assuming the cost of their own health insurance.
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4) Assuming responsibility for their personal illness, necessary
immunizations, tuberculin test, and annual health examination.
5) Maintaining confidentiality of patient information. No student shall have
access to or have the right to receive any medical record, except when
necessary in the regular course of the clinical experience. The
discussion, transmission or narration in any form by students of any
patient information of a personal nature, medical or otherwise, obtained
in the regular course of the Program is forbidden except as a necessary
part of the practical experience.
6) Following dress code of the FACILITY and wearing name badges
identifying themselves as students.
7) Attending an orientation of FACILITY facilities provided by their
instructors. Precepted students shall receive an orientation from the
FACILITY.
8) Providing services to the FACILITY’s patients under the direct
supervision of a faculty provided by SCHOOL or FACILITY-provided
staff/preceptors.
I. Payroll Taxes and Withholdings. SCHOOL shall be solely responsible for
any payroll taxes, withholdings, workers’ compensation and any other
insurance or benefits of any kind for students, employees, and agents of
SCHOOL providing services under this Agreement. SCHOOL shall defend,
indemnify, and hold FACILITY harmless from all liability and responsibilities
therefore.
3. FACILITY’S RESPONSIBILITIES
A. Clinical Experience. FACILITY shall accept from SCHOOL the mutually
agreed upon number of students enrolled in the aforementioned Program
and shall provide said students with supervised clinical experience.
B. FACILITY Designee. FACILITY shall designate a member of FACILITY’s
staff to participate with the designee of SCHOOL in planning, implementing
and coordinating the training Program, including orientation.
C. Access to Facilities. FACILITY shall permit students enrolled in the
Program access to FACILITY Facilities as appropriate and necessary for
their Program, provided that the presence of the students shall not interfere
with the activities of FACILITY. Facilities includes space for clinical
conferences and access to FACILITY’s Medical Library.
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D. Withdrawal of Students. FACILITY may request SCHOOL to withdraw from
the Program any student who FACILITY determines is not performing
satisfactorily, or who refuses to follow FACILITY’s administrative policies,
procedures, rules and regulation. Such request must be in writing and must
include a statement as to the reason or reasons why FACILITY desires to
have the student withdrawn. Said request shall be complied with within five
(5) days of receipt of same. FACILITY reserves the right to suspend from
participation immediately any student who poses an imminent danger of
harm to patients or others.
E. Emergency Health Care/First Aid. FACILITY shall, on any day when student
is receiving training at its Facility, provide to students necessary emergency
health care or first aid for accidents occurring in its Facility. Except as
provided regarding such emergencies, FACILITY shall have no obligation to
furnish medical or surgical care to any student. Students will be financially
responsible for all such care rendered in the same manner as any other
patient.
F. Staffing. FACILITY shall provide staff adequate in number and quality to
insure safe and continuous health care services to patients. Student shall
perform in a training capacity only and shall not be utilized to treat patients
in lieu of trained professionals employed by the FACILITY.
G. Supervision. In situations of single preceptorships/internships, FACILITY
shall assume daily supervision of student.
4. AFFIRMATIVE ACTION AND NON-DISCRIMINATION
The parties agree that all students receiving clinical training pursuant to the
Agreement shall be selected without discrimination on account of race, color,
religion, national origin, ancestry, disability, marital status, gender, sexual
orientation, age, or veteran status.
5. STATUS OF SCHOOL AND FACILITY
It is expressly agreed and understood by SCHOOL and FACILITY that students
under this Program are in attendance for educational purposes, and such
students are not considered employees of FACILITY for any purpose, including,
but not limited to, compensation for services, employee welfare and pension
benefits, or workers’ compensation insurance.
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6. INDEMNIFICATION
A. SCHOOL agrees to indemnify, defend and hold harmless, FACILITY and its
affiliates, its directors, trustees, officers, agents, and employees from and
against all claims, demands, damages, costs, expenses of whatever nature,
including court costs and attorney fees arising out of or resulting from
negligent or intentional acts or omissions of the SCHOOL, its officers,
employees, agents or its students.
B. FACILITY agrees to indemnify, defend and hold harmless SCHOOL, its
officers, agents, employees from and against any and all claims, demands,
damages, costs, expenses of whatever nature, including court costs and
attorney fees arising out of or resulting from negligent or intentional acts or
omissions of the FACILITY, its agents or its employees.
7. INSURANCE
A. The SCHOOL shall procure and maintain in force during the term of this
Agreement, at its sole cost and expense, insurance in amounts that are
reasonably necessary to protect it and FACILITY against liability arising
from or incident to the use and operation of the FACILITY by the SCHOOL’s
students and naming FACILITY as an additional insured.
B. Coverage under such insurance shall be not less than One Million Dollars
($1,000,000) for each occurrence and Three Million Dollars ($3,000,000)
aggregate for each professional liability insurance and comprehensive
general liability insurance.
C. The SCHOOL shall also maintain and provide evidence of workers’
compensation and disability coverage as required by law.
D. The SCHOOL shall provide FACILITY with a certificate of insurance
evidencing the insurance coverage required under this section and
providing for not less than thirty (30) days written notice to the FACILITY of
the cancellation of such insurance. The SCHOOL shall promptly notify the
FACILITY of any cancellation, reduction, or other material change in the
amount or scope of any coverage required hereunder.
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8. TERM AND TERMINATION
A. Term. This Agreement shall be effective as of the date first written above, and
shall remain in effect for 2 (two) years thereafter.
B.
C. Renewal. This Agreement may be renewed for subsequent two (2) year
terms, by either party giving the other at least 30 days prior written notice of
their desire to renew, and the other party’s agreeing to such a renewal prior
to the expiration of the then current term of the Agreement.
D. Termination.
1) Mutual Agreement. This Agreement may be terminated at any time
upon the written concurrence of the parties.
2) Without Cause. This Agreement may be terminated without cause with
30 days prior written notice by either party. Such termination shall not
take effect, however, with regard to students already enrolled until such
time as those students have completed their training for the school
semester during which such termination notice is given.
9. GENERAL PROVISIONS
A. Amendments. This Agreement may be amended at any time by mutual
agreement of the parties without additional consideration, provided that
before any amendment shall become effective, it shall be reduced to writing
and signed by the parties. Notwithstanding the foregoing, should any
provision of this Agreement be in conflict with a governing State or federal
law, it shall be deemed amended accordingly.
B. Assignment. Neither party shall voluntarily or by operation of law, assign or
otherwise transfer this Agreement without the other party’s prior written
consent. Any purported assignment in violation of this Section shall be null
and void.
C. Attorney’s Fees. In the event that any action, including arbitration, is
brought by either party to enforce or interpret the terms of this Agreement,
the prevailing party in such action shall be entitled to its costs and
reasonable attorney’s fees, in addition to such other relief as the court or
arbitrator may deem appropriate.
D. Captions. Any captions to or headings of the articles, sections,
subsections, paragraphs, or subparagraphs of this Agreement are solely for
the convenience of the parties, are not a part of this Agreement, and shall
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not be used for the interpretation or determination of validity of this
Agreement or any provision hereof.
E. Counterparts. This Agreement may be executed in any number of
counterparts, each of which shall be deemed an original, but all such
counterparts together shall constitute one and the same instrument.
F. Entire Agreement. This Agreement, including all Attachments, is the entire
Agreement between the parties and no other agreements, oral or written,
have been entered into with respect to the subject matter of this Agreement.
G. Force Majeure. Neither party shall be liable nor deemed to be in default for
any delay or failure in performance under this Agreement or other
interruption of service or employment deemed resulting, directly or
indirectly, from acts of God, civil or military authority, acts of public enemy,
war, accidents, fires, explosions, earthquakes, floods, failure of
transportation, machinery or supplies, vandalism, strikes or other work
interruptions beyond the reasonable control or either party. However, both
parties shall make good faith efforts to perform under this Agreement in the
event of any such circumstances.
H. Governing Law. The validity, interpretation and performance of this
Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws
of the State of California.
I. Notices. Notices required under this Agreement shall be sent to the parties
by certified or registered mail, return receipt requested, postage prepaid, at
the addresses set forth below:
1. Notice to FACILITY
Cindy McBride, RN and Jimmy Pierson, President/COO
Medic Ambulance
506 Couch Street
Vallejo, CA 94590
Telephone: 707-644-1761
FAX: 707-644-1784
jpierson@medicambulance.net
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2. Notice to the SCHOOL
Sheila Hudson, Ed.D.
Dean, Health Sciences
Solano Community College
4000 Suisun Valley Road
Fairfield, California 94534-3197
Telephone: (707)864-7108
FAX: (707) 646-2062
Sheila.hudson@solano.edu
J. Remedies. The various rights, options, elections, powers, and remedies of
the respective parties hereto contained in, granted, or reserved by this
Agreement, are in addition to any others that said parties may be entitled to
by law, shall be construed as cumulative, and no one of them is exclusive of
any of the others, or of any right or priority allowed by law.
K. Severability. The provisions of this Agreement shall be deemed severable
and if any portion shall be held invalid, illegal or unenforceable for any
reason, the remainder of this Agreement shall be effective and binding upon
the parties.
L. Waiver of Provisions. Any waiver of any terms and conditions hereof must
be in writing and signed by the parties hereto. A waiver of any term or
condition hereof shall not be construed as a future waiver of the same or
any other term or condition hereof.
M. Compliance with Law and Regulatory Agencies. FACILITY and SCHOOL
shall comply with all applicable provisions of law and other valid rules and
regulations of all governmental agencies having jurisdiction over: (i) the
operation of the FACILITY; (ii) the licensing of health care practitioners; and
(iii) the delivery of services to patients of governmentally regulated third
party payers whose members/beneficiaries receive care from FACILITY.
This shall specifically include compliance with applicable provisions of Title
22 of the California Code of Regulations. SCHOOL shall also comply with
all applicable standards and recommendations of the Joint Commission on
Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations, bylaws and rules and
regulations, and policies and procedures of FACILITY its Medical Staff and
Medical Staff departments.
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10. EXECUTION
By their signatures below, each of the following represent that they have
authority to execute this Agreement and to bind the party on whose behalf
their execution is made.
FACILITY
SCHOOL
Medic Ambulance
Solano Community College
By:_______________________________
Jimmy Pierson
By:_______________________________
Celia Esposito-Noy, Ed.D.
Title: President/COO Title: Superintendent-President
Date: ______________________________
Date:_______________________________
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AGENDA ITEM 12.(g)
MEETING DATE May 6, 2020
SOLANO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
GOVERNING BOARD AGENDA ITEM
TO: Members of the Governing Board
SUBJECT: ACCEPTANCE OF ARTHUR N. RUPE FOUNDATION GRANT
REQUESTED ACTION:
Information OR
Approval
Consent OR
Non-Consent
SUMMARY:
Solano Community College has applied for renewal of a grant to support students in the School of
Health SciencesCertified Nursing Assistant program. The grant will provide students with support
of their direct expenses as they complete the eight-week NURS 103 Certified Assistant course, with
the goal to facilitate their certification by the California Department of Public Health and thereby
secure employment as certified health care providers in Solano County and the wider California
health care community. Board approval is requested to accept the Arthur N. Rupe Grant in the
amount of $12,500. Upon approval, the signed acceptance will be forwarded to the grantor, who
will then send a check for deposit to a currently existing categorical account in the Finance and
Administration department.
STUDENT SUCCESS IMPACT:
Help our students achieve their educational, professional and personal goals
Basic skills education
Workforce development and training
Transfer-level education
Other: ___________________________________________________________________
Ed. Code: Board Policy: Estimated Fiscal Impact: $20,000 Grant funds
SUPERINTENDENT’S RECOMMENDATION:
APPROVAL DISAPPROVAL
NOT REQUIRED TABLE
Sheila Hudson, Ed.D.
Dean, School of Health Sciences
PRESENTER’S NAME
4000 Suisun Valley Road
Fairfield, CA 94534
ADDRESS
Celia Esposito-Noy, Ed.D.
Superintendent-President
(707) 864-7209
TELEPHONE NUMBER
David Williams, Ph.D.
Vice President, Academic Affairs
May 6, 2020
VICE PRESIDENT APPROVAL
DATE APPROVED BY
SUPERINTENDENT-PRESIDENT
April 20, 2020
DATE SUBMITTED TO
SUPERINTENDENT-PRESIDENT
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April 20, 2020
Dr. Celia Esposito-Noy
President
Solano Community College
4000 Suisun Valley Road
Fairfield, California 94534
Dear Dr. Esposito-Noy,
I am pleased to inform you that a grant to Solano Community College in the
amount of $12,500 has been approved by the Board of Directors of the Arthur
N. Rupe Foundation. As outlined in your proposal, these funds are to be used
by the Certified Nursing Assistant Program for student support. In order to
receive our check, we ask that you return to us a countersigned copy of this
letter.
Please note that these grant funds must be used substantially in accordance
with the enclosed budget, and no substantial changes in the budget or the
grant period may be made without prior written approval from the Arthur N.
Rupe Foundation. Note also that funding is to be used exclusively for
direct program expenses and for the benefit of nursing students; no
portion of the Arthur N. Rupe Foundation grant should be used to
pay for college or foundation overhead.
A condition of this grant is that you agree to submit two fiscal and narrative
reports—a mid-term and a final report. This grant is subject to financial
audit upon our notification during or immediately following the grant period.
A separate bank account for the grant is not required, but it is necessary that
a separate accounting for this grant be maintained.
We request that in any publicity given this grant, acknowledgement be made
that the funds were provided by the Dorothy Rupe Caregiver Program at the
3700 State Street Suite 300 Santa Barbara CA 93105
(805) 687-8586
ANRF@ANRF.NET
WWW.RUPEFOUNDATION.ORG
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Arthur N. Rupe Foundation. Please also include copies of any pertinent
publicity items (press releases, event programs, etc.) when submitting your
project report.
Finally, please keep the Foundation informed of the activities and programs
detailed in your proposal. Our intention is to monitor and be involved with
the events associated with this grant, so please keep us in the loop.
We wish you much success with this project and look forward to working with
you in the year ahead.
Sincerely yours,
Mark C. Henrie
President
Accepted by: ___________________________ Date: ____________
Dr. Celia Esposito-Noy
Solano Community College
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SCC CNA RUPE FOUNDATION GRANT 4/8/2020
Budgeted Expense
Fiscal Year 2020-
2021/student
Summer
2020Projected
# of Students
Fall 2020
Projected # of
Students
Spring 2021
Projected # of
Students Projected Total
FY20 Balance remaining as of 3/18/20 $ 9,109.00
Certification Exam Fee
100.00
$
18
18
18
5,400.00
$
Uniforms
70.00
$
18
18
18
3,780.00
$
Textbooks
60.00
$
18
18
18
3,240.00
$
Live Scan
60.00
$
18
18
18
3,240.00
$
CPR Course
55.00
$
18
18
18
2,970.00
$
Drug Test
35.00
$
18
18
18
1,890.00
$
Total per student
380.00
$
20,520.00
$
16.00
$
FY20 Balance remaining as of 3/27/20 $ 9,109.00
FY21 Rupe Grant Award
12,500.00
$
Total Funds at Start of FY21
Total
21,609.00
$
Less Budgeted Expenses
20,520.00
$
Anticipated funds remaining at end of FY21
1,089.00
$
FINAL Projected Expenditures_2020-21
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