Copper Mountain Community College District Board of Trustees REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES

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Agenda

Copper Mountain Community College District

Board of Trustees

REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES DATE: August 12, 2010

TIME: 3:00 p.m. (In the interest of time, the meeting will start at 2:00 p.m.

with a Closed Session scheduled at the beginning of the meeting. The regular board meeting will begin at 3:00 p.m.)

LOCATION: The Bell Center – North Entrance – Community Room COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE

6162 Rotary Way, Joshua Tree, CA 92252

MISSION STATEMENT

Our mission is to provide access to educational opportunities for diverse desert communities through a comprehensive curriculum and a passion for the success of every

individual student.

I. CALL TO ORDER – PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

II. ROLL CALL: TRUSTEES GILLICK, KINSMAN, MEYER, RAMIREZ DEAN, AND ROGERS

III. CONFIRMATION OF AGENDA

IV. PUBLIC COMMENTS: Relative to Closed Session Matters. V. CLOSED SESSION

A) Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9: 1) Liability claim – Claimant: Cosby

Agency claimed against: Copper Mountain CCD. B) Pursuant to Government Code Section 54957:

1) Evaluation of employee: Superintendent/President.

VI. RECONVENE TO OPEN SESSION – ANNOUNCE ACTION TAKEN AT CLOSED SESSION (IF ANY).

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VIII. PUBLIC COMMENTS: PERSONS WHO WISH TO SPEAK TO THE BOARD MAY DO SO AT THIS TIME WITH A TIME LIMIT OF THREE (3)

MINUTES. THOSE WHO WISH TO SPEAK TO SPECIFIC AGENDA ITEMS SHOULD COMPLETE THE “REQUEST TO ADDRESS THE BOARD” FORM

AND PRESENT IT TO THE SECRETARY. COMMENTS ON AGENDA ITEMS WILL ALSO BE LIMITED TO THREE (3) MINUTES UNLESS FURTHER TIME IS GRANTED BY THE BOARD. COMMENTS ON AGENDA ITEMS WILL BE LIMITED TO A TOTAL OF TWENTY (20) MINUTES PER ITEM.

IX. REPORTS

A) GOVERNING BOARD

1) Reports from the Governing Board. B) SUPERINTENDENT/PRESIDENT

1) Reports from the Superintendent/President. 2) Campus Showcase.

C) COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE FOUNDATION D) ACADEMIC SENATE

E) CMC FACULTY ASSOCIATION CCA/CTA F) CLASSIFIED SENATE

G) CSEA

X. INFORMATION AND DISCUSSION A) SUPERINTENDENT/PRESIDENT

1) Information Item – BP 3820 – Gifts. B) ACADEMIC AFFAIRS

1) Information Item – Academic Affairs Report:

a) Student Success Center (SSC) Relocated to Bell Center. b) GED Testing Program Discontinued.

c) First Cuts Made for Fall 2010 Classes. d) Drum Circle Study.

e) Other.

C) MILITARY, COMMUNITY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 1) Information Item – Military, Community and Economic

Development Report: a) Base Activities.

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c) Bell Center Update. d) Other.

D) STUDENT SERVICES

1) Information Item – Student Services Report. a) Registration.

b) Datatel. c) Financial Aid. d) Other.

E) HUMAN RESOURCES

1) Information Item – Human Resources Report. a) Recruitment Updates.

b) Flex and Staff Development Days. c) Other.

2) Information Item – Job Description – First Reading – Office Services Assistant.

XI. CONSIDERATION OF CONSENT AGENDA: Consent Agenda items are routine items of business that are grouped together. The Consent Agenda is designed to be voted upon through one motion that covers all such items collectively. Consent items are identified by the asterisk (*) appearing next to each such item.

Any Board Member may ask that a Consent Agenda item be pulled off the Consent Agenda for discussion and action as an individual item. Similarly, members of the public may address remarks or questions to one or more individual Consent Agenda items.

A) SUPERINTENDENT/PRESIDENT * 1) Consent Item – Payroll #12-10. * 2) Consent Item – Payroll #1-11. * 3) Consent Item – Budget Adjustments. * 4) Consent Item – Journal Entries. B) HUMAN RESOURCES

* 1) Consent Item – Part-Time Faculty Appointments – Fall 2010. * 2) Consent Item – Classified Out-of-Classification Compensation. * 3) Consent Item – Permanent Classified Assignments.

* 4) Consent Item – Temporary Classified Assignments.

* 5) Consent Item – Reimbursement for Professional Growth for Classified Employees.

* 6) Consent Item – Classified Recruitments.

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XII. ACTION ITEMS

A) SUPERINTENDENT/PRESIDENT

1) Action Item – Payment of Warrants.

2) Action Item – Disposal of Unusable Property & Authorization for Sale.

3) Action Item – Notice of Completion of the Bell Center – Day

Construction, Inc.

4) Action Item – Notice of Completion of the Remodel for Efficiency Relocatable Site Work.

5) Action Item – Remodel for Efficiency – Sub-contractor Substitution.

6) Action Item – Graphtek Support Services Agreement.

7) Action Item – Datatel Statement of Work – Remote Systems Management Services.

8) Action Item – Datatel Statement of Work – Live@EDU Provisioning.

9) Action Item – Change Order No. 5 – Amendment to Day Construction Contract.

10) Action Item – Purchase of Leased Modular Units. 11) Action Item – WLC Architects, Inc. Proposal.

12) Action Item – Chancellor of the California Community Colleges Contract.

13) Action Item – Resolution #10-11 – Authorization to Renew Line of Credit with Pacific Western Bank.

14) Action Item – AVID Tutor Affiliation Agreement.

B) MILITARY, COMMUNITY, AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 1) Action Item – Waste Receptacle License Agreement.

2) Action Item – State of California, Employment Development Department Memorandum of Understanding.

C) HUMAN RESOURCES

1) Action Item – Faculty Appointments. 2) Action Item – Classified Appointments.

3) Action Item – Liebert Cassidy Whitmore Agreement.

4) Action Item – American Fidelity Assurance Company Section 125 Plan Amendment.

XIII. SUGGESTIONS FOR FUTURE AGENDAS XIV. ADJOURNMENT

The next regularly scheduled meeting of the Board of Trustees is September 30, 2010.

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Persons with disabilities may request a disability related accommodation or modification in order to participate in a Copper Mountain Community College District Board of Trustees’ public meeting. To request accommodation or modification, please contact the President’s Office at (760) 366-3791 x-5441.

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Dates to Remember August 12, 2010 – Faculty Flex – College Open.

August 13, 2010 – Staff Development Day – College Closed. August 16, 2010 – Fall Session Begins.

August 30, 2010 – Last Day to Drop Classes with a Refund. September 6, 2010 – Holiday – College Closed.

September 10, 2010 – Last Day to Drop Classes without a “W”.

September 29, 2010 – University Day – Phase II – 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. September 30, 2010 – Board of Trustees Meeting – 3:00 p.m. – The Bell Center.

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