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Content: El Camino Community College District Board of Trustees Mr. William Beverly President Trustee Area Three Mrs. Mary E. Combs Vice President Trustee Area Two Dr. Nathaniel Jackson Secretary Trustee Area One Dr. Ray Gen Trustee Area Four Miss Maureen O'Donnell Trustee Area Five Mr. Julian Peters Student Member Dr. Thomas M. Fallo Superintendent, El Camino Community College District President, El Camino College El Camino College 16007 Crenshaw Boulevard Torrance, California 90506-0001 Telephone (310) 532-3670
Any individual with a disability who requires reasonable accommodation to participate in a Board meeting, may request assistance by contacting the President's Office, 16007 Crenshaw Blvd., Torrance, CA 90506; telephone, (310) 660-3111; fax, (310) 660-6067. Agenda, Monday, June 19, 2006 Board Room 4:30 p.m. I. Roll Call, Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag II. Approval of Minutes of the Regular Board Meeting of May 15, 2006 III. Oath of Office ­ Julian Peters IV. Public Hearings ­ El Camino Community College District and El Camino College Classified Employees 6142, CFT/AFT/AFL-CIO for Full Contract Negotiations V. Consent Agenda ­ Recommendation of Superintendent/President, Discussion and Adoption A. Public Comment B. Academic Affairs See Academic Affairs Agenda, Pages 1-26 Student and Community Advancement See Student Services Agenda, Pages 1-31 Administrative Services See Administrative Services Agenda, Pages 1-17 See Measure "E" Bond Fund Agenda, Pages 1-10 See Human Resources Agenda, Pages 1-65 Superintendent/President See Superintendent/President Agenda, Page 1 VI. Informational Item A. Public Comment B. Board of Trustees Meetings-Recording VII. Public Comment on Non-Agenda Items VIII. Oral Reports A. Academic Senate Report B. Board of Trustees Report C. President's Report IX. Closed Session A. Labor Relations, Brown Act Section 54957.8 1. American Federation of Teachers,
Local 1388 2. El Camino Classified Employees Local 6142 3. El Camino Police Officers Association B. Personnel Matters, Brown Act Section 54957 1. 1 case 2. Public Employee Performance Evaluation - President Board of Trustees Meeting Schedule for 2006 4:30 p.m. Monday, January 23, 2006 Tuesday, February 21, 2006 Monday, March 20, 2006 Monday, April 17, 2006 Monday, May 15, 2006 Monday, June 19, 2006 Monday, July 17, 2006 Monday, August 21, 2006 Tuesday, September 5, 2006 Monday, October 16, 2006 Monday, November 20, 2006 Monday, December 18, 2006
EL CAMINO COLLEGE STRATEGIC PLAN 2004-2007 Vision Statement El Camino College will be the College of choice for successful student learning, caring student services and open access. We, the employees, will work together to create an environment that emphasizes people, respect, integrity, diversity and excellence. Our College will be a leader in demonstrating accountability to our community. Mission Statement The mission of El Camino College is to meet the educational needs of its diverse community and ensure student success by offering quality, comprehensive educational opportunities. Statement of Philosophy Everything El Camino College is or does must be centered on its community, for without the community, we have no students, no faculty or staff, no reason to exist. It is our community that saw the need and valued the reason for the creation of El Camino College. Therefore, it is to our community that we must be responsible and responsive in all matters educational, fiscal and social. Statement of Values Our highest value is placed on our students and their educational goals. Interwoven in that value is our recognition that the faculty and staff of El Camino College are the College's stability, its source of strength and its driving force. With this in mind, our five core values are: People ­ We strive to balance the needs of our students, employees and community. Respect ­ We work in a spirit of cooperation and collaboration. Integrity ­ We act ethically and honestly toward our students, colleagues and community. Diversity ­ We recognize and appreciate our similarities and differences. Excellence ­ We aspire to deliver quality and excellence in all we do. Guiding Principles The following guiding principles are used to direct the efforts of the District: El Camino College must strive for distinction in everything the College does--in the classroom, in services and in human relations. Respect for our students, our fellow employees, our community and ourselves, must be our underlying goal. Cooperation among our many partners is vital for our success--whether they be other schools and colleges, businesses and industries, or individuals. Access and opportunity must never be compromised. Our classrooms are open to everyone who meets our admission eligibility and our community programs are open to all. This policy is enforced without discrimination and without regard to gender, ethnicity, personal beliefs, abilities or background. Strategic Goals 2004-2007 1. Support and constantly improve the quality of our educational offerings. 2. Promote student-centered learning to increase student success. 3. Support innovative practices that enhance the educational experience. 4. Foster a climate that promotes integrity and accountability. 5. Support and develop effective and motivated employees. 6. Improve and enhance internal and external communication. 7. Incorporate flexibility into institutional structure and process.
EL CAMINO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF Monday, May 15, 2006
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The Board of Trustees of the El Camino Community College District met at 4:30 p.m. on Monday, May 15, 2006, in the Board Room at El Camino College.
The following Trustees were present: Trustee William Beverly, President; Trustee Mary E. Combs, Vice President; Trustee Nathaniel Jackson, Secretary; Trustee Ray Gen, Member; Trustee Maureen O'Donnell, Member; and Mr. Philip Gomez, Student Member.
Also present were Dr. Thomas M. Fallo, Superintendent/President; Dr. Jeffrey Marsee, Vice President, Administrative Services; Dr. John Baker, Interim Vice President, Student Services; and Dr. Francisco Arce, Vice President, Academic Affairs.
Minutes of the Regular Board Meeting of April 17, 2006 The Minutes of the Regular Board Meeting of April 17, 2006 were approved.
Consent Agenda It was moved by Trustee Jackson, seconded by Trustee Combs, that the Board approve items presented on the agenda in the following areas.
Academic Affairs Policy 4115 ­ Limitation to Remedial Coursework ­ First Reading Policy 4240 ­ Academic Renewal ­ First Reading Policy 5060 ­ Concurrent Enrollment of K-12 Students ­ First Reading Proposed Curriculum Changes ­ Effective 2006-2007 Academic Year
Student Services Student Field Trips Student Conference 2006 Boy's High School Basketball League International Travel Community Education ­ Spring 2006
Administrative Services AB 2910 ­ Quarterly Fiscal Status Reports Approval to Deposit Funds Proposition 39 Audit Proposal for Measure "E" Bond Funds Student Health Services Fee Contracts Under $50,000 Contracts $50,000 or higher International Student health insurance New Board Policy ­ 7500 ­ Volunteers ­ Second Reading & Adoption Purchase Orders and Blanket Purchase Orders
Measure E Bond Fund Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee Project Budgets Contract ­ Flewelling & Moody Contract ­ Maas Companies Contract ­ Statewide Educational Wrap-Up (Insurance) Program (SEWUP) Protest Rejection of Bid Protest ­ Bid 2005-9 Bid 2005-09 Humanities Construction Project Humanities Complex Replacement Costs & Funding Bid 2005-10 Modular Site Infrastructure Project Bid 2005-12 Modular Classrooms Change Order ­ Humanities Building Change Order ­ Fire Alarm System Replacement Phase 4 Completion Notice ­ HPS Mechanical, Inc. Purchase Orders and Blanket Purchase Orders Human Resources Employment and Personnel Changes Temporary Non-Classified Service Employees Classified Professional Growth Declaration of Indefinite Salaries for Retroactive Pay Amend Resolution ­ Equivalence to Minimum Qualifications Notice & Scheduling of Hearing: Negotiations El Camino College District and El Camino College Employees Local 6142, CFT/AFT/AFL-CIO Amend Special Project Temporary Administrator Daily Rate Schedule Revised Classification Specifications for Retitled Administrator Positions Motion carried. Student Trustee Gomez recorded an advisory yes vote. Request for Proposal for Partnership with the Compton Community College District for Educational Excellence and Student Success It was moved by Trustee O'Donnell, seconded by Student Member Gomez, that the Board authorize staff to proceed with a very carefully crafted, well researched and closely watched response to the Request for Proposal to provide administrative oversight services to the Compton Community College District beginning in the fall semester of 2006 for the purpose of opening up negotiations to provide such services. Final acceptance of contract is subject to Board approval. Representatives from Compton College Rodney Murray and Saul Panski, Latecia Vasquez, Mayor of Lynwood, and El Camino College employees Susie Dever, Dawn Reid, Taylor Robbins, Angela Simon, Luukia Smith and David Vakil addressed the possibility of El Camino Community College District submitting a Request for Proposal for Partnership with the Compton Community College District for Educational Excellence and Student Success. Motion carried unanimously. Student Trustee Gomez recorded an advisory yes vote.
Public Comment Luukia Smith questioned management titles. Ann Ashcraft questioned movement of an employee from one salary schedule to another. Meeting recessed to a closed session at 6:45 p.m. Meeting reconvened at 7:00 p.m. and immediately adjourned. __________________________________ Nathaniel Jackson, Secretary of the Board __________________________________ Thomas M. Fallo, Secretary to the Board
Agenda for the El Camino Community College District Board of Trustees from Academic Affairs Francisco Arce, Ed.D., Vice President
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A. Board Policies ­ Second Reading and Adoption .............................................................. 1
B. Board Policies ­ First Reading ......................................................................................... 5
C. Proposed Curriculum Changes ­ Effective 2006-2007 Academic Year
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A. BOARD POLICIES ­ (SECOND READING AND ADOPTION) It is recommended that the Board accept the following Board policies for second reading and adoption: 1. Board Policy 4115 ­ Limitation to Remedial Coursework *2.Board Policy 4240 ­ Academic Renewal 3. Board Policy 5060 ­ Concurrent Enrollment of K-12 Students * Item pulled and no substitutions were made.
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Board Policy 4115
Limitation to Remedial Coursework
It is the policy of El Camino College that a student shall not receive credit for more than 30 units of remedial (pre-collegiate basic skills) course work at El Camino College. This limitation does not apply to: 1. a student enrolled in an English as a Second Language course 2. a student identified as having a learning disability A student may be granted a waiver to the 30-unit limit upon petition. Waivers will be granted only if the student shows measurable progress towards the development of skills necessary for success in college-level courses. Procedures for implementing this policy will be developed by the Superintendent/President in collegial consultation with the Academic Senate.
Reference: CCR Title 5, Section 55756.5
El Camino College Policy Adopted: June 19, 2006
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Board Policy 4240
Academic Renewal
It is the policy of El Camino College to allow previously recorded substandard academic work to be disregarded if it is not reflective of a student's more recently demonstrated ability and if repetition is not appropriate to the current objectives of the student. A student may petition to have up to 24 semester units of substandard work (D, F or WF grade assigned) taken at El Camino College disregarded in determining the student's grade point average. Procedures for implementing the policy will be developed with collegial consultation with the Academic Senate, as defined in CCR Title 5, Section 53200. This policy supersedes the section of BP 6130 dealing with Academic Renewal.
Reference: Title 5, Section 55765
Excerpt from Board Policy 6130 regarding Academic Renewal: Students may petition to have up to 15 units of D, F or WF grades from not more than three consecutive semesters of previously recorded substandard course work at El Camino College disregarded in computation of grade point average under the following conditions: A. The student has demonstrated academic ability by earning a grade point of 2.25 or higher in the last 30 units of graded course work at El Camino College. B. At least two years have elapsed since the substandard semester. The Academic Renewal Committee will act upon only one petition to disregard substandard semesters per student. Course work disregarded may not be used to meet degree requirements. The permanent academic record shall be annotated in such a manner that all grades assigned remain legible, ensuring a true and complete academic history.
* Item pulled and no substitutions were made. El Camino College Policy Adopted: June 19, 2006
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Board Policy 5060
Concurrent Enrollment of K-12 Students
It is the policy of El Camino Community College District, subject to the relevant provisions of the California Education Code and the fulfillment of all El Camino College policies and procedures, to admit as concurrently enrolled students qualified high school students who have successfully completed the 10th grade and are currently enrolled in the 11th or 12th grade. The Superintendent/President or designee shall develop procedures for the consideration of highly gifted K-10th grade students. With the exception of the Health Center Fee, all students concurrently enrolled shall be subject to enrollment fees and all other relevant fees as adopted by the District. Students in special programs offered in conjunction with high schools shall have all fees waived. Concurrently enrolled students will be given college credit for all completed college coursework. All high school students concurrently enrolled shall *will be exempted from the enrollment fee, Health Center Fee, and Representation Fee. High school students would *will be required to pay all other required fees as adopted by the District.
Reference: Education Code Sections: 48800, 48800.l5, 4802, 76001, 76002 and 76355.
* Change noted by President Fallo during Board meeting.
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B. BOARD POLICIES ­ (FIRST READING) It is recommended that the Board accept for following Board Policies for a first reading: 1. Board Policy 4100.1 ­ Catalog Rights 2. Board Policy 4225 ­ Course Repetition The Board of Trustees is not adopting Administrative Procedure 4225, Course Repetition. It is presented for informational purpose only.
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Board Policy 4100.1
Catalog Rights
Catalog Rights are a specific set of requirements The El Camino College Catalog specifies the general education, major, and unit requirements which the student must satisfy to qualify for an Associate Degree, a Certificate of Competence, or a Certificate of Completion. Students who have maintained continuous attendance enrollment may choose to graduate under the catalog requirements in effect either 1) at the time they began attending El Camino College continuously or 2) at the time they graduate from El Camino College. For degree and certificate purposes, continuous attendance enrollment is defined as enrollmenting at El Camino College at least one semester, during the fall and spring semesters (excluding summer and winter terms) each calendar academic year; and receiving courses must be noted on the transcript with a letter grade, a `W," or CR/NC designation on the transcript. Previous Board Number: 5126
El Camino College Policy Adopted: 9/20/93 Renumbered: 4/18/05 Amended: June 19, 2006
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Board Policy 4225
Course Repetition
Students may repeat a course in which they have received a substandard grade (that is, D, F, or NC) only once. The new grade and credit will be substituted for the prior grade and credit in computing the grade point average (GPA) and the permanent academic record will be annotated in such a manner that all work remains legible, insuring a true and complete academic history. In general, students are not permitted to repeat courses in which they have earned a grade of A, B, C, or CR. Students who have received a W in a course are permitted to re-enroll in that course two more times, for a total of three enrollments. Specific exceptions to the above policies are detailed in administrative procedures. This policy supersedes the section of BP 4220 dealing with Course Repetition. Procedures for implementing the policy will be developed with collegial consultation with the Academic Senate, as defined in CCR § 53200.
Reference: Title 5, Sections 55761-55765
Excerpt from Board Policy 6130 (Standards of Scholarship) regarding Repeating Courses: 1. Repetition of a Course in Which D, F, or NC Was Received A. Students who receive grades of D, F, or NC in an El Camino College course may reenroll in that same course one more time. Students will not be permitted to enroll in that course for a third time except under unusual circumstances and upon written permission of the division dean. Unusual circumstances are verified cases of accidents, illnesses or other circumstances beyond the control of the student. B. The student, upon successfully repeating a course in which a grade of D, F, or NC had been previously received, may notify the Records Office in writing. Upon receipt of such written notice, the student's transcript will be amended so that the previous grade and credit will be disregarded in the computation of the grade point average. The permanent academic record shall be annotated in such a manner that all grades assigned remain legible, ensuring a true and complete academic history. C. Units from courses repeated after first earning a D grade will not be counted for credit towards the AA Degree.
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2. Repetition of a Course in Which A, B, C or CR Was Received A. Students will not be permitted to repeat courses in which they received grades of A, B, C or CR except under the following conditions: A.1 The college finds that the student's previous grade is, at least in part, the result of extenuating circumstances. Extenuating circumstances are verified cases of accidents, illnesses or other circumstances beyond the control of the student. A.2 The college has determined that a student should repeat a course because there has been a significant lapse of time since the student previously took the course. B. The second grade earned will not be counted under any circumstances if the first grade earned in a course was A, B, C or CR. However, the permanent academic record shall be annotated in such a manner that all grades assigned remain legible, ensuring a true and complete academic history. C. Units from courses repeated after first earning an A, B, C or CR grade will not be counted in determining full-time status or qualification for benefits. 3. Courses Listed in the Catalog With Lower Case Letters Courses with lower case letters (such as Music 52abcd ­ Concert Choir) do not require prior approval for the number of enrollments up to the number of lower case letters listed (FOUR enrollments in the case of Music 52abcd ­ Concert Choir).
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Administrative Procedure 4225
Course Repetition
Students who have received a substandard grade (that is, D, F, or NC) will be allowed to repeat that course only once. Students will not be permitted to enroll for a third time except under unusual circumstances and upon written permission of the division dean. Unusual circumstances are verified cases of accidents, illnesses, or other circumstances beyond the control of the student.
Upon completion of the repeated course, the previous grade and credit will be disregarded and the new grade and credit will be substituted in computing the grade point average (GPA).
Students who have received a substandard grade who then successfully complete an equivalent course at another accredited institution may petition the Records Office to have the previous grade and credit disregarded in computing their GPA and to have their academic record annotated.
If the course is one with lowercase letters such as Chinese 11ab or Journalism 11abcd and students repeat a course to alleviate a substandard grade, they can petition the Records Office to have the previous grade and credit disregarded in computing their GPA and to have their academic record annotated.
Nothing in the policy and procedure on Course Repetition can conflict with Education Code §76224 pertaining to the finality of grades assigned by instructors or with Title 5 or district procedures relating to the retention and destruction of records.
Students who have received a grade of A, B, C, or CR in a course may repeat the course only under the circumstances listed below:
1. A student may repeat a course if, upon written petition to the dean of the relevant division, the district determines that the student's previous grade is, at least in part, the result of extenuating circumstances. Extenuating circumstances are verified cases of accidents, illnesses, or other circumstances beyond the control of the student. The new grade and credit will not be counted towards the student's total units or GPA.
2. A student may repeat a course if, upon written petition to the dean of the relevant division, the district determines that repetition is appropriate to the student's goals because of a significant lapse of time. The new grade and credit will not be counted towards the student's total units or GPA.
3. A student may repeat any number of times courses which are necessary to meet a legally mandated training requirement as a condition of continued paid or volunteer employment. The district maintains a list of courses to which this procedure applies. The resulting grades and credits will be counted towards the student's GPA.
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4. A student may repeat courses with lower case letters (for example, Chinese 21ab or Journalism 11abcd) up to the number of letters (that is, Chinese 21ab may be taken a total of two times and Journalism 11abcd a total of four times.) No special permission is required, and all credits and grades earned will be included in the student's GPA. A grade of W does not count as a repetition for the purposes of this policy. However, college policy allows a student to re-enroll in a specific course in which the student has received a W only two more times, for a total of three attempts. Any exception to this policy requires the student to meet with a counselor to review academic goals and strategies for success. The limitations detailed in this procedure do not apply to special courses designed for students with disabilities. Such courses are defined as being taught by an instructor with minimum qualifications established by Title 5, § 53414, such as a master's degree in rehabilitation counseling. However, when such students take regular classes, they are subject to the same repetition limitations as other students. Additionally, procedures have been developed to ensure that students are not permitted to enroll in courses for which they are not eligible and to ensure that the college's apportionment claims are in compliance with the California Code of Regulations and Title 5 § 58161 in this regard. Reference: Title 5, Sections 55761-55765, 53414, 56029, and 58161
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C. PROPOSED CURRICULUM CHANGES ­ EFFECTIVE 2006-2007 ACADEMIC YEAR It is recommended that the Board approve the proposed curriculum revisions, additions, and inactivations, effective the 2006-2007 academic year, listed below: BEHAVIORAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCES DIVISION COURSE REVIEW 1. Political Science 8 ­ California State and Local Government and Intergovernmental Issues INACTIVATE MAJOR 1. General Studies ­ Associate in Arts Degree (replaced by the newly adopted AA/AS Degrees)
BUSINESS DIVISION
CHANGES IN LAB HOURS, FACULTY LOAD, CATALOG DESCRIPTION; COURSE OUTLINE REVISED TO MEET TITLE 5 REQUIREMENTS
1. Computer Information Systems 40 ­ Microcomputer Operations
Current Status/Proposed Change
Lecture: 2 hours Lab: 2 3 hours
Faculty Load: 23.33 28.33%
In this class, course students will become familiar with managing and supporting
microcomputers within an organization. The class will emphasize both computer
hardware and applications software. Topics covered will include: Mmicrocomputer
Cconcepts, Ccomputer Ddevices, Hhardware Mmanagement, Aapplications and
operating system Ssoftware Iinstallation and Ssetup, and Eethical Cconcerns within the
Iinformation Ssystems environment.
Proposed Final Draft
Lecture: 2 hours Lab: 3 hours
Faculty Load: 28.33%
In this course students will become familiar with managing and supporting
microcomputers within an organization. The class will emphasize both computer
hardware and applications software. Topics covered will include microcomputer
concepts, computer devices, hardware management, applications and operating system
software installation and setup, and ethical concerns within the information systems
environment.
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TEACHING METHODOLOGY: PERMISSION TO TEACH COURSE IN DISTANCE EDUCATION FORMAT 1. Business 15 ­ Business Mathematics (Online) 2. Business 17 ­ Personal Finance (Online) 3. Computer Information Systems 13 ­ Introduction to Computers (Online) 4. Computer Information Systems 18 ­ Systems Analysis and Design (Online) 5. Computer Information Systems 19 ­ Introduction to the Internet and Web Publishing (Online) 6. Computer Information Systems 30 ­ Introduction to e-Commerce (Online) 7. Computer Information Systems 46 ­ Local Area Network System Administration (Online) 8. Computer Information Systems 134 ­ Web Programming (Online) 9. Computer Information Systems 140 ­ Data Communications Cisco 1 (Online) 10. Computer Information Systems 141 ­ Networking Microcomputers Cisco 2 (Online) 11. Computer Information Systems 142 ­ Implementing and Administering Network Routers Cisco 3 (Online) 12. Computer Information Systems 143 ­ LAN and WAN Router Configurations Cisco 4 (Online) 13. Real Estate 11 ­ Real Estate Principles (Online) 14. Real Estate 25 ­ Computer Applications in Real Estate
FINE ARTS DIVISION INACTIVATE COURSE 1. Photography 10 ­ Basic Photo-Journalism
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CHANGES IN CONDITIONS OF ENROLLMENT (Pre/Corequisite, Recommended Preparation, or Enrollment Limitation), CATALOG DESCRIPTION; COURSE OUTLINE REVISED TO MEET TITLE 5 REQUIREMENTS
1. Music 30ab ­ Beginning Jazz Improvisation Current Status/Proposed Change Recommended Preparation Enrollment Limitation: intermediate level performance and music reading ability. Audition at first class meeting (ability to perform music of moderate difficulty on a standard band instrument or vocally) This course is a study of the Bbasic principles techniques of jazz. Application to scalar improvisation. and Emphasis is placed on the study and application of scales, chords, patterns, and "licks" used by musicians to create improvisations on the tonal, modal, and blues-based songs. and other harmonic structures. Non-keyboardists Except for keyboards and drums, students must furnish provide their own instruments for classroom performances.
Proposed Final Draft Enrollment Limitation: Audition at first class meeting (ability to perform music of moderate difficulty on a standard band instrument or vocally). This course is a study of the basic techniques of jazz improvisation. Emphasis is placed on the study and application of scales, chords, patterns, and "licks" used by musicians to create improvisations on tonal, modal, and blues-based songs. Except for keyboards and drums, students must provide their own instruments for classroom performances.
CHANGES IN LECTURE/LAB HOURS, CATALOG DESCRIPTION; COURSE OUTLINE REVISED TO MEET TITLE 5 REQUIREMENTS
1. Music 501 ­ The Joy of Music Current Status/Proposed Change Lecture: 4 20 hours maximum per concert event semester Lab: 3 15 hours maximum per concert event semester Composers, materials and skills for listening to music presented through lectures, slides, films and recorded examples directed towards attendance at specific musical events at El Camino College offered by the Center for the Arts. Emphasis on the music heard in North American and European concert halls; historical perspective includes Middle Ages to the present. Also inclusive of This open entry/open exit course is repeatable and designed for older adults. It prepares students to attend selected concert events. Developed as part of the College's Music Appreciation Program, Joy of Music focuses on music, composers, performers, and music listening skills presented through lectures, video materials, and recorded examples. Emphasis is placed on folk, popular, ethnic, and popular cultures. Designed for the older adult Western art music. Joy of Music lectures are given at a variety of South Bay Senior Centers and at El Camino College. Note: Students must attend pre-concert lectures in order to qualify for attendance at performance events.
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Proposed Final Draft Lecture: 20 hours maximum per semester Lab: 15 hours maximum per semester This open entry/open exit course is repeatable and designed for older adults. It prepares students to attend selected concert events. Developed as part of the College's Music Appreciation Program, Joy of Music focuses on music, composers, performers, and music listening skills presented through lectures, video materials, and recorded examples. Emphasis is placed on folk, popular, ethnic, and Western art music. Joy of Music lectures are given at a variety of South Bay Senior Centers and at El Camino College. Note: Students must attend pre-concert lectures in order to qualify for attendance at performance events. CHANGES IN TRANSFER STATUS, CATALOG DESCRIPTION; COURSE OUTLINE REVISED TO MEET TITLE 5 REQUIREMENTS 1. Speech Communication 7 ­ Voice, Articulation and Pronunciation Current Status/Proposed Change Transfer UC Personal improvement with, and an understanding of, the pronunciation and In this course, students examine the use of spoken Standard American English. Learning and drill with Emphasis is placed on personal improvement of spoken English through drills utilizing the International Phonetic Alphabet,. Also included is an overview of the physiological processes of speech, and an examination other forms of the nature of spoken English as a spoken language. Proposed Final Draft Transfer UC In this course, students examine the use of spoken Standard American English. Emphasis is placed on personal improvement of spoken English through drills utilizing the International Phonetic Alphabet. Also included is an overview of the physiological processes of speech and other forms of spoken English.
HEALTH SCIENCES AND ATHLETICS DIVISION
CHANGE IN CATALOG DESCRIPTION; COURSE OUTLINE REVISED TO MEET TITLE 5 REQUIREMENTS
1. Contemporary Health 3 ­ Drugs and Alcohol in Society Current Status/Proposed Change This course provides students with an in-depth look at the study of substance abuse and chemical dependency in our society. The course focuses of on the course will be on identifying the different types analysis of root causes of substance abuse and identification of abused drugs. abused, their sShort- and
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long-term effects, both physically and psychologically, and finding antidotes to avoid and treat dependence. The goal of the course is to educate the student, dispel myths and provide antidotes to real life substance of drug abuse, problems assessment of educational and treatment options, as well as the psychosocial role of the family, will be examined.
Proposed Final Draft This course provides students with an in-depth study of substance abuse and chemical dependency in our society. The course focuses on the analysis of root causes of substance abuse and identification of abused drugs. Short and long term effects of drug abuse, assessment of educational and treatment options, as well as the psychosocial role of the family, will be examined.
2. Nursing 99abc ­ Independent Study Current Status/Proposed Change This independent study course provides advanced studies in a specialized Nnursing is for students wishing to undertake special studies subject not covered in the normal regular departmental offerings. Regularly scheduled conferences with an instructor are coordinated with assigned laboratory work and/or research project (60 hours per unit).
Proposed Final Draft This course provides advanced studies in a specialized nursing subject not covered in the regular departmental offerings. Regularly scheduled conferences with an instructor are coordinated with assigned laboratory work and/or research project (60 hours per unit).
CHANGES IN DISCIPLINE, CATALOG DESCRIPTION; COURSE OUTLINE REVISED TO MEET TITLE 5 REQUIREMENTS
1. Physical Education 300abcd ­ Aerobic Fitness Current Status/Proposed Change Discipline: Physical Education/Dance This course offers instruction and workout using focuses on the basic principles of aerobic cardiovascular conditioning with an emphasis on technique, cardiorespiratory conditioning. Emphasis is placed on technique and development of cardiorespiratory endurance, muscular muscle endurance, strength, flexibility, and kinesithesis. All exercises are done with music accompaniment improved body composition. Assessments of aerobic fitness, muscle endurance, and body composition are used to develop exercise prescriptions.
Proposed Final Draft
Discipline: Physical Education
This course focuses on the basic principles of cardiorespiratory conditioning. Emphasis
is placed on technique and development of cardiorespiratory endurance, muscle
endurance, flexibility, and improved body composition. Assessments of aerobic fitness,
muscle endurance, and body composition are used to develop exercise prescriptions.
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2. Physical Education 302abcd ­ Step Aerobics Current Status/Proposed Change Discipline: Physical Education/Dance This course provides a contemporary instruction and workout designed to improve each participant's strength and cardiovascular fitness level through steady state stepping movements and muscle sculpting exercise. The student will be exposed to a graduated continuous system of stepping patterns at various that utilize an adjustable platform heights, emphasizing strength, flexibility and endurance which are the basic components of physical choreographed stepping patterns for the primary purpose of increasing cardiorespiratory fitness. The use of hand weights, elastic bands and tubes, and training circuits will provide variety and further develop overall strength, endurance, and flexibility as well as improve body composition.
Proposed Final Draft Discipline: Physical Education This course provides instruction and workout that utilize an adjustable platform and choreographed stepping patterns for the primary purpose of increasing cardiorespiratory fitness. The use of hand weights, elastic bands and tubes, and training circuits will provide variety and further develop overall strength, endurance, and flexibility as well as improve body composition.
CHANGES IN TITLE AND NUMBER, CATALOG DESCRIPTION; COURSE OUTLINE REVISED TO MEET TITLE 5 REQUIREMENTS
Current Status/Proposed Change 1. Medical Assistant 4 Terminology 1 ­ Medical Terminology Etymology of disease terms; nomenclature of surgical procedures, use of prefixes, suffixes, roots, combining forms, and plurals This course provides study and practical application of a medical terms. Medical symbols vocabulary system according to body systems. Students review the basic construction of medical words, concentrating on word origins, root words, prefixes, and abbreviations; names and types of materials and supplies; instruments and equipment; descriptions of suffixes. Word structure, recognition, analysis, definition, spelling, and pronunciation are presented in the context of medical terms for organs, diseases, symptoms, diagnostic laboratory tests, and radiology medical surgical procedures and other special diagnostic studies.
Proposed Final Draft Medical Terminology 1 This course provides study and practical application of a medical vocabulary system according to body systems. Students review the basic construction of medical words, concentrating on word origins, root words, prefixes, and suffixes. Word structure, recognition, analysis, definition, spelling, and pronunciation are presented in the context of medical terms for organs, diseases, symptoms, diagnostic tests, and medical surgical procedures.
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CHANGES IN NUMBER, DESCRIPTIVE TITLE, CATALOG DESCRIPTION; COURSE OUTLINE REVISED TO MEET TITLE 5 REQUIREMENTS
Current Status/Proposed Change 1. Physical Education 7abcd ­ Baseball, Beginning This course, which is open to all students, focuses on beginning techniques in Students are introduced to the sport of baseball through instruction and practice. Topics include No prior skill or experience is required. Instruction will stress basic fundamentals: offense, defense and game batting, fielding, and base running skills as well as rules and game strategy. Students will participate in game situations that allow execution of skills and strategies in a competitive environment. A conditioning program specific to the sport will also be utilized.
Proposed Final Draft Physical Education 7abcd ­ Baseball Students are introduced to the sport of baseball through instruction and practice. Topics include batting, fielding, and base running skills as well as rules and game strategy. Students will participate in game situations that allow execution of skills and strategies in a competitive environment. A conditioning program specific to the sport will also be utilized.
CHANGES IN NUMBER, DESCRIPTIVE TITLE, CONDITIONS OF ENROLLMENT (Pre/Corequisite, Recommended Preparation, or Enrollment Limitation), CATALOG DESCRIPTION; COURSE OUTLINE REVISED TO MEET TITLE 5 REQUIREMENTS
Current Status/Proposed Change 1. Physical Education 244abcd ­ Swimming, Springboard Diving Prerequisite: Ability to swim in deep water This course provides Iinstruction and practice in springboard diving. and safety skills. Major emphasis upon coordination, body mechanics, and mastery of diving techniques. Minimum achievement; ability to demonstrate proper use of the springboard and to perform adequately one of more of the basic fundamental dives. Maximum achievement: ability to perform adequately with good body mechanics one of more dives from eEach of the five basic diving dive groups:, forward, backward, reverse, inward, backward, reverse, and twisting, will be analyzed with regard to rules and mechanics.
Proposed Final Draft Physical Education 244abcd ­ Springboard Diving Prerequisite: Ability to swim in deep water This course provides instruction and practice in springboard diving. Each of the five dive groups, forward, inward, backward, reverse, and twisting, will be analyzed with regard to rules and mechanics.
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CHANGES IN DESCRIPTIVE TITLE, CONDITIONS OF ENROLLMENT (Pre/Corequisite, Recommended Preparation, or Enrollment Limitation), CATALOG DESCRIPTION; COURSE OUTLINE REVISED TO MEET TITLE 5 REQUIREMENTS
Current Status/Proposed Change 1. Physical Education 135abcd ­ Student-Athlete Individualized Exercise Program Sport- Specific, Periodized Training for Athletes Recommended Preparation: concurrent enrollment in an athletic team class Enrollment Limitation: Tryout (high school varsity experience or equivalent skill) This course provides instruction and practice Students will engage in physical conditioning students and athletes with anaerobic and aerobic exercise. Proper stretching techniques, agilities and form running will also be introduced and incorporated into the total program. An individualized fitness assessment will also be completed on all student-athletes. The instruction in planning and carrying out this exercise (conditioning) program will be that is specific to one's present level of fitness and their sport. Training will be periodized with changes in training variables occurring at prescribed intervals and phases of training. Athletes' strengths and weaknesses in performing their sport will be assessed; injury risk will be identified. Test results, athlete goals, and coaches' input will be used to develop individual training programs to optimize physical conditioning and reduce risk of injury during any phase of the athlete's training year.
Proposed Final Draft Physical Education 135abcd ­ Sport-Specific, Periodized Training for Athletes Enrollment Limitation: Tryout (high school varsity experience or equivalent skill) Students will engage in physical conditioning that is specific to their sport. Training will be periodized with changes in training variables occurring at prescribed intervals and phases of training. Athletes' strengths and weaknesses in performing their sport will be assessed; injury risk will be identified. Test results, athlete goals, and coaches' input will be used to develop individual training programs to optimize physical conditioning and reduce risk of injury during any phase of the athlete's training year.
CHANGES IN LECTURE/LAB HOURS, FACULTY LOAD, CONDITIONS OF ENROLLMENT (Pre/Corequisite, Recommended Preparation, or Enrollment Limitation); COURSE REVIEW
1. Radiologic Technology 93 ­ Venipuncture and Pharmacology for the Radiologic
Technologist
Current Status/Proposed Change
Lecture: 1.5 .5 hour Lab: .5 1.5 hour
Faculty Load: 12.5 10.8%
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Prerequisite: Radiologic Technology 108 and 122 124 with a minimum grade of C in prerequisite or equivalent
Proposed Final Draft
Lecture: .5 hour Lab: 1.5 hour
Faculty Load: 10.8%
Prerequisite: Radiologic Technology 108 and 124 with a minimum grade of C in
prerequisite or equivalent
CHANGES IN CONDITIONS OF ENROLLMENT (Pre/Corequisite, Recommended Preparation, or Enrollment Limitation), CATALOG DESCRIPTION; COURSE REVIEW
1. Radiologic Technology 106 ­ Clinical Experience I Current Status/Proposed Change Corequisite: Radiologic Technology 111 and 123 This course provides an environment for the development of skills in patient transportation, darkroom operation, and office and file room protocols. Also included: is an orientation to hospital policies, and procedures, patient care, professional ethics, principles of radiation exposure, practical aspects of radiation protection, and introduction to patient positioning.
Proposed Final Draft Corequisite: Radiologic Technology 111 and 123 This course provides an environment for the development of skills in patient transportation, darkroom operation, and office and file room protocols. Also included is an orientation to hospital policies and procedures, patient care, professional ethics, principles of radiation exposure, practical aspects of radiation protection, and introduction to patient positioning.
2. Radiologic Technology 107 ­ Clinical Experience 2 Current Status/Proposed Change Prerequisite: Radiologic Technology 106, and 111, and 123 with a minimum grade of C in prerequisite Corequisite: enrollment in Radiologic Technology 122 124 This course provides an introduction to the routine radiographic procedures and positioning skills for the performance of upper extremity, lower extremity, thorax, vertebral column, biliary, genitourinary, and gastrointestinal systems examinations.
Proposed Final Draft Prerequisite: Radiologic Technology 106, 111, and 123 with a minimum grade of C in prerequisite Corequisite: Radiologic Technology 124
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This course provides an introduction to routine radiographic procedures and positioning skills for the performance of upper extremity, lower extremity, thorax, vertebral column, biliary, genitourinary, and gastrointestinal system examinations.
3. Radiologic Technology 233 ­ Radiologic Positioning 2 Current Status/Proposed Change Prerequisite: Radiologic Technology 122 and 108 and 124 with a minimum grade of C in prerequisite This course shall continue with additional principles of radiographic positioning. Emphasis is placed on those procedures involving the skull cranium. Radiographic technique, anatomy, specialized equipment, patient safety, and radiation protection will be included. Special imaging techniques such as Foreign Body Localization of the cranium, including cerebral angiography and neuropathology, will also be presented covered.
Proposed Final Draft Prerequisite: Radiologic Technology 108 and 124 with a minimum grade of C in prerequisite This course shall continue with additional principles of radiographic positioning. Emphasis is placed on those procedures involving the cranium. Radiographic technique, anatomy, specialized equipment, patient safety, and radiation protection will be included. Special imaging techniques of the cranium, including cerebral angiography and neuropathology, will also be covered.
4. Radiologic Technology 244 ­ Radiation Physics, Equipment, and Safety Current Status/Proposed Change Prerequisite: Radiologic Technology 122 124 with a minimum grade of C or equivalent Corequisite: Radiologic Technology 217 and 233 Recommended Preparation: Mathematics 40 This course introduces fundamentals of radiation and radiological physics. Additional subjects covered are: the operation of medical radiographic x-ray units, the effects of radiation in humans, the principles of radiation protection as applied in medical radiography, an introduction to health physics instrumentation and radiation control regulations, and the production of radiation by fluoroscopic units with an emphasis on radiation health and safety. Principles of digital imaging will also be discussed.
Proposed Final Draft
Prerequisite: Radiologic Technology 124 with a minimum grade of C
Corequisite: Radiologic Technology 217 and 233
This course introduces fundamentals of radiation and radiological physics. Additional
subjects covered are: the operation of medical x-ray units, the effects of radiation in
humans, the principles of radiation protection as applied in medical radiography, an
introduction to health physics instrumentation and radiation control regulations, and the
production of radiation by fluoroscopic units with an emphasis on radiation health and
safety. Principles of digital imaging will also be discussed.
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CHANGES IN UNITS, CONDITIONS OF ENROLLMENT (Pre/Corequisite, Recommended Preparation, or Enrollment Limitation), CATALOG DESCRIPTION; COURSE REVIEW
1. Radiologic Technology 108 ­ Clinical Experience 3 Current Status/Proposed Change Units: 6 5 Prerequisite: Radiologic Technology 122 and 107 and 124 with a minimum grade of C in prerequisite This course provides Ccontinued development of clinical skills in the art of radiography. Areas of skill development include the upper and lower extremities, vertebral column, and thoracic cavity. Emphasis will be placed on advanced contrast examinations and radiation protection, of the patient, self, and co-workers, especially in the performance of fluoroscopy examinations.
Proposed Final Draft Units: 5 Prerequisite: Radiologic Technology 107 and 124 with a minimum grade of C in prerequisite This course provides continued development of clinical skills in the art of radiography. Areas of skill development include the upper and lower extremities, vertebral column, and thoracic cavity. Emphasis will be placed on advanced contrast examinations and radiation protection of the patient, self, and co-workers, especially in the fluoroscopy examinations. CHANGE IN MAJOR
1. Radiologic Technology
Current Status/Proposed Change
Program Prerequisites:
· High School graduate with at least a C average or GED equivalent
· Complete the following courses:
Anatomy 32, Computer Information Systems 13, English 1A, Mathematics 40 or
41B, Physiology 31, Psychology 5, Radiologic Technology A
A minimum grade of C must be earned in each course.
· Grade point average of 2.25 or better in all post high school courses
· Recommended Preparation: English 2R, Mathematics 23 or 25
Major Requirements:
Radiologic Technology A, 91, 93, 106, 107, 108, 111, 122, 123, 124, 217, 218, 233, 244,
255; Anatomy 32, Medical Assistant 4 Terminology 1, Physiology 31, Computer
Information Systems 13, Psychology 5 (71 68-72 units); other required courses to meet
Associate Degree requirement (10-14) units
Total Units: 82 -86 58
Students must complete Radiologic Technology 217, 218, 233, 244, and 255 at El
Camino College. Radiologic Technology students must complete the general education
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requirements described in the college catalog (see A.S. Degree requirements), to be eligible for certification by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists. Proposed Final Draft Program Prerequisites: · High School graduate with at least a C average or GED equivalent · Complete the following courses: Anatomy 32, Computer Information Systems 13, English 1A, Mathematics 40 or 41B, Physiology 31, Psychology 5, Radiologic Technology A A minimum grade of C must be earned in each course. · Grade point average of 2.25 or better Major Requirements: Radiologic Technology, 91, 93, 106, 107, 108, 111, 123, 124, 217, 218, 233, 244, 255; Medical Terminology 1 Total Units: 58 Students must complete Radiologic Technology 217, 218, 233, 244, and 255 at El Camino College. Radiologic Technology students must complete the general education requirements described in the college catalog (see A.S. Degree requirements), to be eligible for certification by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists.
HUMANITIES DIVISION CHANGES IN LAB HOURS, CATALOG DESCRIPTION; COURSE REVIEW 1. English 100 ­ Supervised Tutoring: Writing Center Laboratory Current Status/Proposed Change Lab: minimum 1 maximum 54 hours lab per semester This course provides students with supervised tutoring on their classroom writing assignments. Students will receive tutorial instruction on prewriting techniques, organizing ideas, and developing arguments,. Tutoring is also available in integrating research skills, and editing for clarity and correctness. Note: This course is repeatable. and Oopen for enrollment at registration and at anytime during the semester. Proposed Final Draft Lab: maximum 54 hours lab per semester This course provides students with supervised tutorial instruction on prewriting techniques, organizing ideas, and developing arguments. Tutoring is also available in integrating research skills and editing for clarity and correctness. Note: This course is repeatable and open for enrollment at registration and at anytime during the semester.
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CHANGES IN LAB HOURS, CONDITIONS OF ENROLLMENT (Pre/Corequisite, Recommended Preparation, or Enrollment Limitation), CATALOG DESCRIPTION; COURSE REVIEW 1. Journalism 100 ­ Supervised Tutoring: Journalism Laboratory Current Status/Proposed Change Lab: 1.5 hours maximum 72 hours lab per semester Corequisite: enrollment in one of the following journalism course classes: Journalism 1, 3ab, 7ab, 9abcd, 11abcd This course provides supervised laboratory time during which students obtain advice while completing journalism class assignments. Students can learn how to write and edit for various media, design with supervised tutorial instruction on writing and editing for various media, as well as designing newspaper and magazine pages using desktop publishing., and take and process journalistic photographs. Note: This course is repeatable and open for enrollment at registration and any time during the semester. Proposed Final Draft Lab: maximum 72 hours lab per semester Corequisite: enrollment in one of the following journalism classes: Journalism 1, 3ab, 7ab, 9abcd, 11abcd This course provides students with supervised tutorial instruction on writing and editing for various media, as well as designing newspaper and magazine pages using desktop publishing. Note: This course is repeatable and open for enrollment at registration and any time during the semester. INDUSTRY AND TECHNOLOGY DIVISION INACTIVATE COURSE 1. Nutrition and Foods 95abcd ­ Cooperative Career Education CHANGE IN CATALOG DESCRIPTION; COURSE OUTLINE REVISED TO MEET TITLE 5 REQUIREMENTS 1. Automotive Technology 81 ­ Automotive Air Conditioning Current Status/Proposed Change In Tthis course is a study of basic air conditioning and students are introduced to refrigeration theory as it relates principles, system component functions, and proper testing procedures as they apply to automotive air conditioning. The course stresses the analysis of collected data, resulting in accurate diagnosis, repair, and service.
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Proposed Final Draft In this course students are introduced to refrigeration principles, system component functions, and proper testing procedures as they apply to automotive air conditioning. The course stresses the analysis of collected data, resulting in accurate diagnosis, repair, and service.
2. Fashion 27 ­ Fashion Merchandising Current Status/Proposed Change Fashion Merchandising curriculum is designed for This course introduces students who wish to enter the field of apparel fashion merchandising, including advertising, sales, and buying at the wholesale or retail level; and garment manufacturing. The course content includes orientation to industry and its philosophies. The course content includes an overview of the fashion industry: and careers in the field; selection, promotion, and merchandising as well as planning, selecting, selling, of fashion and promoting fashion merchandise;. fashion coordination; Also covered are the math principles required for merchandising mathematics; and auxiliary tracking fashion enterprises trends.
Proposed Final Draft This course introduces students to the fashion merchandising industry and its philosophies. The course content includes an overview of the fashion industry and careers in merchandising as well as planning, selecting, selling, and promoting fashion merchandise. Also covered are the math principles required for merchandising and tracking fashion trends.
3. Fashion 28 ­ Visual Merchandising Current Status/Proposed Change In this course students are introduced to Tthe basic concepts, techniques, and planning procedures for the visual merchandising. The visual approach to selling merchandise. with emphasis on display. Current methods of visual merchandising are discussed including the use of mannequins, pinning, and flying, signage, and marketing as well as the display store planning and layout of a store.
Proposed Final Draft In this course students are introduced to the basic concepts, techniques, and planning procedures for the visual approach to selling merchandise. Current methods of visual merchandising are discussed including the use of mannequins, signage, and marketing as well as store planning and layout.
4. Fashion 35 ­ Applied Color Theory Current Status/Proposed Change Essential In this course students are introduced to the essential theories of color perception. and Aapplied problems dealing with involving color interaction phenomenon, effects, and function which that occur in interior design and fashion design. Students will deal with such problems as personal colors and related colors as they apply to interior or
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use color as a visual language to modify space perception and to generate an emotional response when applied to fashion design.
Proposed Final Draft In this course students are introduced to the essential theories of color perception and applied problems involving color interaction phenomenon, effects, and function that occur in fashion design. Students will use color as a visual language to modify space perception and to generate an emotional response when applied to fashion.
5. Fashion 41 ­ Fashion Analysis and Selection Current Status/Proposed Change In Tthis course is a study of students are introduced to the societal importance of apparel and personal appearance. Emphasis is placed on social, psychological, and sociological significance of cultural, and physical clothing needs. Application of the Additional topics covered include the history of fashion design, elements and principles of design, with an emphasis on the fashion figure and each individual student. Course content includes wardrobe planning, for the male identifying quality, and the female student clothing care, fit, and purchasing.
Proposed Final Draft In this course students are introduced to the societal importance of apparel and personal appearance. Emphasis is placed on social, psychological, cultural, and physical clothing needs. Additional topics covered include the history of fashion design, elements and principles of design, wardrobe planning, identifying quality, and clothing care, fit, and purchasing.
CHANGES IN DISCIPLINE, CATALOG DESCRIPTION; COURSE OUTLINE REVISED TO MEET TITLE 5 REQUIREMENTS
1. Technical Mathematics 1 ­ Technical Mathematics for Vocational Students Current Status/Proposed Change Discipline: Drafting, Electronics, Machine Tool Technology This is a basic technical mathematics course covering prime numbers, addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of signed numbers and decimals, and fractions (including mixed numbers and complex compound fractions), ratios, proportions, percentages, accuracy of measurements, exponents, square roots, signed numbers and introduction to an introduction to equations and inequalities. Applications will relate to problems commonly found in industrial settings.
Proposed Final Draft Discipline: Drafting, Electronics, Machine Tool Technology This is a basic technical mathematics course covering prime numbers, addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of signed numbers and decimals, fractions (including mixed numbers and compound fractions), ratios, proportions, percentages,
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accuracy of measurements, exponents, roots, and an introduction to equations and inequalities. Applications will relate to problems commonly found in industrial settings. NEW EXPERIMENTAL COURSE 1. Fire and Emergency Technology 50HH ­ Ambulance Strike Team Leader Unit: 1 Lecture: 18 hours (one week course) Faculty Load: 6.67% Credit, not degree applicable This course is designed to prepare ambulance personnel to respond to large scale emergencies and disasters as leaders in accordance with the Ambulance Strike Team/Medical Task Force (AST/MTF) guidelines published by the California Emergency Medical Services Authority (EMSA). ARTICULATION AGREEMENTS 1. Hawthorne High School Course: Principles of Engineering articulates with: Engineering Technology 10 ­ Principles of Engineering Technology 2. Hawthorne High School Course: Introduction to Engineering Design articulates with: Engineering Technology 12 ­ Introduction to Engineering Design
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Agenda for the El Camino Community College District Board of Trustees From Student and Community Advancement John Baker, Ed. D., Interim Vice President
Page No.
A. Student Field Trip................................................................
1
B. Community Education ­ On Call Instructors ­ Summer 2006...............
1
C. Community Education ­ Summer 2006...........................................
1, 6-31
D. 2006 Summer High School Basketball League..................................
1
E. Destruction of Records..............................................................
1
F. International Travel..................................................................
2
G. Grants ­ Acceptance.......................................................................... 2-4
H. Grants ­ Information......................................................................................
4-5
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A. STUDENT FIELD TRIPS It is recommended that the Board approve the following student field trip sponsored by the El Camino College Language Academy. The purpose of the trip is cultural enrichment. July 20, 2006 ­ Destyn LaPorte, Long Beach Aquarium, Long Beach, CAlifornia. Estimated students 35. Depart 11:30am; return 5:30pm. Transportation by bus B. COMMUNITY EDUCATION ­ SPRING 2006 It is recommended that the Board approve the following on-call instructors for the College for Youth classes for the Summer 2006 Community Education program. Instructor to be paid at $32 per hour Wendy Wenkel Instructors to be paid at $29 per hour Debra Edwards, Kate Oh, and Randolph Lee C. COMMUNITY EDUCATION PROGRAM FOR SUMMER 2006 It is recommended that the Board approve the Community Education Program for Summer 2006 as shown on pages 6-31. D. 2006 SUMMER HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL LEAGUE It is recommended that the Board approve the 2006 Summer High School Basketball League Camp scheduled June 19, 2006 through July 31, 2006. The 2006 Summer High School Basketball League Camp will be staffed by Mike Fenison, Camp Director, and various camp officials who will be employed as Casuals. E. DESTRUCTION OF RECORDS It is recommended that the Board approve destruction of the following EOP&S/ CalWORKS/CARE student records for 2001-2002. The records have been maintained for the required retention period in accordance with California Code of Regulations, California Community Colleges Subchapter 2.5, Article 2, Period of Retention 59026: EOPS/CARE Application EOPS/CARE Documentation Log EOPS/CARE Financial Documents Unofficial Transcripts Student Responsibility Contract Student Educational Plan Progress Reports
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F. INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL It is recommended that the Board approve international travel for Ms. Bozena Morton to Ho Chi Min City, Viet Nam, July 1-14, 2006. The purpose of the trip is to assist the American College Preparation Institute (ACPI) in the recruitment of students emphasizing the American ties of the institution, provide information about El Camino College programs, educational options and application procedures, setting up placement and exit testing criteria, and to meet with representatives of local universities and other higher education institutions to explore other partnerships, and to meet with US Consular officials to develop support for ACPI students applying to El Camino College. No expense to the District.
G. GRANTS - ACCEPTANCE It is recommended that the Board approve acceptance of the following awarded grants:
1. Chancellor's Office ­ Associate Degree Nursing ­ RN Programs Capacity
Building Initiative (05-0113). The purpose of this grant is to increase the current
capacity of the nursing program by 24 students. In order to accomplish this, it is
necessary to remodel two existing rooms, an electronics lab and a classroom and
convert them to a nursing skills lab, faculty office, storage area and an updated
classroom with state-of-the art technology capabilities. Funds will also be used to
hire two additional instructors, a skills lab coordinator, lab assistants, tutors, and a
clerical assistant. The additional 24 students will be admitted from
the
waiting list thereby decreasing the length of time for prospective students.
Amount of Grant Funding from Granting Agency
Amount of College Match (cash)
Total Amount of Grant
Indirect Rate
$17,157.52 (4%)
Performance Period: April 1, 2006 through August 31, 2008
$446,095 $ -0$446,095
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2. Chancellor's Office ­ Associate Degree ­ RN Programs Capacity Building Initiative (05-0114). The purpose of this grant is to increase the current capacity of the nursing program by 36 students. In order to accomplish this, it is necessary to remodel two existing rooms, an electronics lab and a classroom and covert them to a nursing skills lab, faculty office, storage area and an updated classroom with state-of-the-art technology capabilities. Funds will be used to hire three additional instructors, a skills lab coordinator, lab assistants, tutors, and a clerical assistant. The additional 36 students will be admitted from the waiting list thereby decreasing the length of time prospective students have to wait for being admitted into the programs.
Amount of Grant Funding from Granting Agency
Amount of College Match (cash)
Total Amount of Grant
Indirect Rate
$25,058.96 (4%)
Performance Period: April 1, 2006 through August 31, 2008
$651,533 $ -0$651,533
3. County of Los Angeles, Department of Public Social Services ­ Careers in Child Care Training Program (Amendment #5). The Careers in Child Care Program assists students who are recipients of Temporary Funds for Needy Families (TANF) and are interested in pursuing a career in early childhood education. Students take courses, complete internships, apply for the Child Development Permit awarded by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing, and are assisted with job placement in preschool program.
Amount of Grant Funding from Granting Agency
Amount of College Match (cash)
Total Amount of Grant
Indirect Rate
$9,278.51 (8%)
Performance Period: July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007
$159,997 $ -0$159,997
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4. National Science Foundation ­ Advanced Aerospace Manufacturing Education Project. The Advanced Aerospace Manufacturing Education Initiative project addresses a need for technical training and education in an industry that is critical to the national interests and will incorporate the best practices from similar projects funded by National Science Foundation (NSF) and others that have been aimed at other industries. El Camino College in partnership with the Oregon Institute of Technology and Purdue University will develop and implement curricula. Project participants Boeing, Lockheed Martin, Vought Aircraft and Northrop Grumman will be responsible for implementation of current technology in the manufacturing of aircraft, and the planning for implementation of future technologies.
Amount of Grant Funding from Granting Agency
Amount of College Match (cash)
Total Amount of Grant
Indirect Rate
$23,311 (10.8%)
Performance Period: July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2009
$238,607 $ -0$238,607
5. Department of Education ­ Expanding Education's Role in Economic Development: Building on Successful Business Training Center Model. The purpose of the proposed project is to adapt the El Camino College Business Training Center model to establish a fully functional, self-supporting and revenue generating business training center at Crimean University of Humanities (CUH), able to respond quickly to the needs of local businesses.
Amount of Grant Funding from Granting Agency
Amount of College Match (In-Kind)
Total Amount of Grant
Indirect Rate
$9,835.68 (8%)
Performance Period: July 1, 2006 through April 30, 2009
$122,946 $178,508 $301,454
H. GRANTS ­ INFORMATION It is recommended that the Board approve the submission of the following grant proposals:
1. Chancellor's Office ­ Quick Start Partnerships in Applied Competitive Technologies. The primary goal of the project will be to prepare middle and high school future engineers and technicians with a relevant and projected based curricular that will help them succeed in college and university engineering programs. A consortium of public schools, industry, and trade associations will be partnering to realize the goals and objectives of this proposal.
Amount of Grant Funding from Granting Agency
Amount of College Match (In-Kind)
Total Amount of Grant
Indirect Rate
$17, 286.08 (4%)
Performance Period: June 1, 2006 through June 30, 2008
$432,152 $248,500 $680,652
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2. Department of Education ­ Preparing Tomorrow's Teachers Today (PTTT) (Year 3). During the third year of the five-year grant, the project will continue to pursue the objectives identified in year two, plus the following objectives: 1) Offer web-based orientation; 2)Expand Clubs' activities to include local and global community linkages; 3) Pilot test developmental learning communities at Santa Monica College; 4) Develop additional courses and institutionalize; 5) Form high school chapters of Teachers Club; 6) Develop online courses; 7) Sign two additional memoranda of understanding and transfer agreements; and 8) Conduct CBEST and CSET preparation.
Amount of Grant Funding from Granting Agency
$697,634
Amount of College Match (cash)
$ -0-
Total Amount of Grant
$697,634
Performance Period: October 1, 2006 through September 30, 2007
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Title Make Your Own Candles (Ages 14 & Up) Fun with Soap Making (Ages 16 & Up)
Instructor Abdul, Quayum Abdul, Quayum
Academic Chess Academic Chess Academic Chess What Were You Born To Do? Get Paid to Travel Become an International & Domestic Tour Director
Academic Chess Academic Chess Academic Chess Adney, Curtis Anderson, Cherie Anderson, Cherie
Math Basics--Part A Andres, Linda
Algebra 1--Part A
Andres, Linda
Pre-Algebra--Part A Introduction to Geometry--Part B Get Wired-Make Your Own Jewelry (Ages 16 & Up) Make Your Own Wire Wrapped Pendant (Ages 16 & Up) Chandelier/Hoop Earrings (Ages 16 & up) Stargazing -- virtual reality Style Online (Ages 11Adults) Unsolved Mysteries and the Unexplained (online) Amazing Sea Creatures--Online (Ages 11-Adult) When Pigs Fly Online (Ages 9-14)
Andres, Linda Andres, Linda Barrera, Art Barrera, Art Barrera, Art BDG - Online BDG - Online BDG - Online BDG - Online
Rate of Pay OptA OptA 75% 75% 75% OptA OptA OptA $29/hr $29/hr $29/hr $29/hr $28/hr $28/hr $28/hr $25/stu $25/stu $25/stu $25/stu
# E/N Mtg First Day
1
7/15 Sat
N
1
7/29 Sat
N
8
6/26 M-Th
N
8
7/10 M-Th
N
8
7/24 M-Th
N
1
7/11 Tues
N
1
6/24 Sat
N
1
6/24 Sat
N
8
6/26 M-Th
N
8
6/26 M-Th
N
8
6/26 M-Th
N
8
7/10 M-Th
N
2
6/20 Tue
N
2
7/11 Tues
N
2 N
8/8 Tues
7/14 Fri N 7/19 Wed N 7/19 Wed N 7/19 Wed
Start 9:00 AM 9:00 AM 10:15 AM 10:15 AM 10:15 AM 6:00 PM 9:30 AM
Add'l End Dates Room
12:00 PM
Artb 211
12:00 PM 11:15 AM 11:15 AM 11:15 AM 9:30 PM 12:30 PM
thru 7/7; n/c 7/4 thru 7/20 thru 8/3
Artb 211 EastDin EastDin EastDin Socs 205 Socs104
1:30 PM 12:45 PM 8:30 AM 10:15 AM 2:30 PM 7:00 PM
4:30 PM 2:15 PM 10:00 AM 11:45 AM 4:00 PM
thru 7/7 thru 7/7 thru 7/7 thru 7/20
Socs104 Artb215 Tech257 Tech256 Bus 5
10:00 thru PM 6/27
Artb215
7:00 10:00 thru
PM
PM 7/18
7:00 10:00 thru
PM
PM 8/15
Artb 215 Artb 215
thru
8/20
online
thru
8/18
online
thru
8/18
online
thru
8/18
online
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Title Brain Crank Science (Online) (Ages 9-13) What is Genealogy? Using the Internet Course 1 (online) Lighthouses of the Pacific Coast (online) Fun in the National Parks (online) What is Genealogy? Finding Specific Information Course 2 of 4 (online) What is Genealogy? Advanced Research -Course 3 of 4 (online) What is Genealogy? World Genealogy -Course 4 of 4 (online) Yoga for Health & Relaxation-Beginning Yoga For Health & Relaxation-Intermediate Yoga for Health & Relaxation-Beginning Yoga For Health & Relaxation-Intermediate Beginning Watercolor Basics Practical, Everyday Spanish, Part 1 Practical, Everyday Spanish, Part 2 Pre-Algebra--Part B Writing an 'A' Report June 19, 2006
Instructor BDG - Online BDG - Online BDG - Online BDG - Online BDG - Online BDG - Online BDG - Online Berman, Ron Berman, Ron Berman, Ron Berman, Ron Bradford, Carla Brunetti, Judy Burnetti, Judy Burns, Jacqueline Burns, Jacqueline
Rate of Pay $25/stu $25/stu $25/stu $25/stu $25/hr $25/stu $25/stu OptA OptA OptA OptA OptA $29/hr $29/hr $29/hr $29/hr
# E/N Mtg N N
First Day 7/19 Wed
7/19 Wed N 7/19 Wed N 7/19 Wed N
Add'l Start End Dates Room thru 8/18 online thru 8/18 online thru 8/18 online thru 8/18 online
7/26 Wed N
thru 8/25 online
8/16 Wed N
online
thru
8/24 Thurs
8/23
N
10:30 12:00 thru
5
7/8 Sat
AM PM 8/5
N
9:00 10:15 thru
5
7/8 Sat
AM AM 8/5
N
thru
10:30 12:00 9/16;
5 8/12 Sat
AM PM n/c 9/2
N
thru
9:00 10:15 9/16;
5 8/12 Sat
AM AM n/c 9/2
N
12:30 3:00 thru
8
6/3 Sat
PM PM 7/22
N
8:30 10:00 thru
8 6/26 M-Th
AM AM 7/7
N
8:30 10:00 thru
8 7/10 M-Th
AM AM 7/20
N
10:15 11:45 thru
8 7/10 M-Th
AM AM 7/20
N
2:30 4:00 thru
8 7/10 M-Th
PM PM 7/20
Student and Community Advancement ­ Page 7
online PE 2 PE 2 PE 2 PE 2 Artb211 MCS 5 MCS 5 Decath Rm Socs 111
Title Creative Writing for School and Fun Study Skills for Success Study Skills for Success Creative Writing for School and Fun Stop Smoking Hypnosis Clinic Get Thin, Stay Thin through SelfHypnosis Drawing & Cartooning Rockin' With Bach & The Beatles Illustrate Your Own Comic Book Write Your 1st Book (or 7th)-Course 1 of 3 Publishing Your Book--Course 2 of 3 Marketing Your Book on a ShoeString Budget-Course 3 of 3 Building Your Financial Portfolio on $25 a Month or Less Capoeira: A New Way to Fun & Fitness Capoeira: A New Way to Fun & Fitness Reading and Math Skills Reading and Math Skills Reading and Math Skills Reading and Math Skills Reading and Math Skills Basic Reading and Math June 19, 2006
Instructor Burns, Jacqueline Burns, Jacqueline Burns, Jacqueline Burns, Jacqueline Carter, Jethro Carter, Jethro Chew, Debbie Chew, Debbie Chew, Debbie Christensen, Bobbie Christensen, Bobbie Christensen, Bobbie Christensen, Bobbie Claverie, Courtney Claverie, Courtney College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids
Rate of Pay $29/hr $29/hr $29/hr $29/hr OptA 70% $29/hr $29/hr $29/hr OptA OptA OptA
E/N #mtg N
First Day
8 7/10 M-Th N 8 7/24 M-Th N 8 7/24 M-Th N
8 7/24 M-Th N 1 6/14 Wed N
1 7/13 Thurs N 8 6/26 M-Th N 8 7/10 M-Th N 8 7/24 M-Th N
1 8/13 Sun N
1 8/13 Sun N
Start End
12:45 PM 2:30 PM 8:30 AM
2:15 PM 4:00 PM 10:00 AM
12:45 2:15 PM PM 7:00 9:30 PM PM
7:00 PM 10:15 AM 10:15 AM 12:45 PM
9:30 PM 11:45 AM 11:45 AM 2:15 PM
12:00 2:00 PM PM
2:30 4:30 PM PM
OptA
1 8/13 Sun N
5:00 7:00 PM PM
6:00 9:00
1 8/14 Mon
PM PM
OptA
N
12:30 2:30
12 6/10 Sat
PM PM
OptA
N
6:30 8:30
12 6/12 Mon
PM PM
70%
N
9:00 10:30
4 7/10 Mon
AM AM
70%
N
10:45 12:15
4 7/10 Mon
AM PM
70%
N
12:30 2:00
4 7/10 Mon
PM PM
70%
N
3:45 5:15
4 7/10 Mon
PM PM
70%
N
5:30 7:00
4 7/10 Mon
PM PM
70%
N
9:00 10:30
4 7/10 Mon
AM AM
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Add'l Dates thru 7/20 thru 8/3 thru 8/3 thru 8/3 thru 7/7 thru 7/20 thru 8/3 thru 8/26 thru 8/28 thru 7/31 thru 7/31 thru 7/31 thru 7/31 thru 7/31 thru 7/31
Room Socs 111 Mus 133 Artb 215 Mus 133 Socs105 Socs 105 Stad Rm Artb 215 Artb 211 Socs 105 Socs 105 Socs 105 Socs 105 PE52 PE52 Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus
Title Basic Reading and Math Basic Reading and Math Basic Reading and Math Basic Reading and Math
Instructor College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids
Algebra 1
College, Kids
Algebra 1
College, Kids
Algebra 1
College, Kids
Algebra 1
College, Kids
Algebra 1 Reading and Math Skills Reading and Math Skills Reading and Math Skills Reading and Math Skills Reading and Math Skills Basic Reading and Math Basic Reading and Math Basic Reading and Math Basic Reading and Math Basic Reading and Math
College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids
Algebra 1
College, Kids
Algebra 1
College, Kids
Algebra 1
College, Kids
Algebra 1
College, Kids
Algebra 1 Reading and Math Skills Reading and Math Skills Reading and Math Skills June 19, 2006
College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids
Rate of E/N #
Pay
Mtg First Day
Start End
70%
N
10:45 12:15
4 7/10 Mon
AM PM
70%
N
12:30 2:00
4 7/10 Mon
PM PM
70%
N
3:45 5:15
4 7/10 Mon
PM PM
70%
N
5:30 7:00
4 7/10 Mon
PM PM
70%
N
9:00 10:30
4 7/10 Mon
AM AM
70%
N
10:45 12:15
4 7/10 Mon
AM PM
70%
N
12:30 2:00
4 7/10 Mon
PM PM
70%
N
3:45 5:15
4 7/10 Mon
PM PM
70%
N
5:30 7:00
4 7/10 Mon
PM PM
70%
N
9:00 10:30
4 7/11 Tues
AM AM
70%
N
10:45 12:15
4 7/11 Tues
AM PM
70%
N
12:30 2:00
4 7/11 Tues
PM PM
70%
N
3:45 5:15
4 7/11 Tues
PM PM
70%
N
5:30 7:00
4 7/11 Tues
PM PM
70%
N
9:00 10:30
4 7/11 Tues
AM AM
70%
N
10:45 12:15
4 7/11 Tues
AM PM
70%
N
12:30 2:00
4 7/11 Tues
PM PM
70%
N
3:45 5:15
4 7/11 Tues
PM PM
70%
N
5:30 7:00
4 7/11 Tues
PM PM
70%
N
9:00 10:30
4 7/11 Tues
AM AM
70%
N
12:30 2:00
4 7/11 Tues
PM PM
70%
N
3:45 5:15
4 7/11 Tues
PM PM
70%
N
5:30 7:00
4 7/11 Tues
PM PM
70%
N
10:45 12:15
4 7/11 Tues
AM PM
70%
N
9:00 10:30
4 7/12 Wed
AM AM
70%
N
10:45 12:15
4 7/12 Wed
AM PM
70%
N
12:30 2:00
4 7/12 Wed
PM PM
Student and Community Advancement ­ Page 9
Add'l Dates thru 7/31 thru 7/31 thru 7/31 thru 7/31 thru 7/31 thru 7/31 thru 7/31 thru 7/31 thru 7/31 thru 8/1 thru 8/1 thru 8/1 thru 8/1 thru 8/1 thru 8/1 thru 8/1 thru 8/1 thru 8/1 thru 8/1 thru 8/1 thru 8/1 thru 8/1 thru 8/1 thru 8/1 thru 8/2 thru 8/2 thru 8/2
Room Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus
Title Reading and Math Skills Reading and Math Skills Basic Reading and Math Basic Reading and Math Basic Reading and Math Basic Reading and Math Basic Reading and Math Reading and Math Skills Reading and Math Skills Reading and Math Skills Basic Reading and Math Basic Reading and Math Basic Reading and Math Reading and Math Skills Reading and Math Skills Reading and Math Skills Reading and Math Skills Reading and Math Skills Basic Reading and Math Basic Reading and Math Basic Reading and Math Basic Reading and Math Basic Reading and Math
Instructor College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids
Algebra 1
College, Kids
Algebra 1
College, Kids
Algebra 1
College, Kids
Algebra 1 June 19, 2006
College, Kids
Rate of E/N
Add'l
Pay
#Mtg First Day
Start End Dates
70%
N
3:45 5:15 thru
4 7/12 Wed
PM PM 8/2
70%
N
5:30 7:00 thru
4 7/12 Wed
PM PM 8/2
70%
N
9:00 10:30 thru
4 7/12 Wed
AM AM 8/2
70%
N
10:45 12:15 thru
4 7/12 Wed
AM PM 8/2
70%
N
12:30 2:00 thru
4 7/12 Wed
PM PM 8/2
70%
N
3:45 5:15 thru
4 7/12 Wed
PM PM 8/2
70%
N
5:30 7:00 thru
4 7/12 Wed
PM PM 8/2
70%
N
9:00 10:30 thru
4 7/13 Thurs
AM AM 8/3
70%
N
10:45 12:15 thru
4 7/13 Thurs
AM PM 8/3
70%
N
12:30 2:00 thru
4 7/13 Thurs
PM PM 8/3
70%
N
9:00 10:30 thru
4 7/13 Thurs
AM AM 8/3
70%
N
10:45 12:15 thru
4 7/13 Thurs
AM PM 8/3
70%
N
12:30 2:00 thru
4 7/13 Thurs
PM PM 8/3
70%
N
9:00 10:30 thru
4
8/7 Mon
AM AM 8/28
70%
N
10:45 12:15 thru
4
8/7 Mon
AM PM 8/28
70%
N
12:30 2:00 thru
4
8/7 Mon
PM PM 8/28
70%
N
3:45 5:15 thru
4
8/7 Mon
PM PM 8/28
70%
N
5:30 7:00 thru
4
8/7 Mon
PM PM 8/28
70%
N
9:00 10:30 thru
4
8/7 Mon
AM AM 8/28
70%
N
10:45 12:15 thru
4
8/7 Mon
AM PM 8/28
70%
N
12:30 2:00 thru
4
8/7 Mon
PM PM 8/28
70%
N
3:45 5:15 thru
4
8/7 Mon
PM PM 8/28
70%
N
5:30 7:00 thru
4
8/7 Mon
PM PM 8/28
70%
N
9:00 10:30 thru
4
8/7 Mon
AM AM 8/28
70%
N
10:45 12:15 thru
4
8/7 Mon
AM PM 8/28
70%
N
12:30 2:00 thru
4
8/7 Mon
PM PM 8/28
70%
N
3:45 5:15 thru
4
8/7 Mon
PM PM 8/28
Student and Community Advancement ­ Page 10
Room Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus
Title
Instructor
Algebra 1 Reading and Math Skills Reading and Math Skills Reading and Math Skills Reading and Math Skills Reading and Math Skills Basic Reading and Math Basic Reading and Math Basic Reading and Math Basic Reading and Math Basic Reading and Math
College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids
Algebra 1
College, Kids
Algebra 1
College, Kids
Algebra 1
College, Kids
Algebra 1
College, Kids
Algebra 1 Reading and Math Skills Reading and Math Skills Reading and Math Skills Reading and Math Skills Reading and Math Skills Basic Reading and Math Basic Reading and Math Basic Reading and Math Basic Reading and Math Basic Reading and Math Reading and Math Skills June 19, 2006
College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids
Rate of E/N
Add'l
Pay
#Mtg First Day
Start End Dates
70%
N
5:30 7:00 thru
4
8/7 Mon
PM PM 8/28
70%
N
9:00 10:30 thru
4
8/8 Tues
AM AM 8/29
70%
N
10:45 12:15 thru
4
8/8 Tues
AM PM 8/29
70%
N
12:30 2:00 thru
4
8/8 Tues
PM PM 8/29
70%
N
3:45 5:15 thru
4
8/8 Tues
PM PM 8/29
70%
N
5:30 7:00 thru
4
8/8 Tues
PM PM 8/29
70%
N
9:00 10:30 thru
4
8/8 Tues
AM AM 8/29
70%
N
10:45 12:15 thru
4
8/8 Tues
AM PM 8/29
70%
N
12:30 2:00 thru
4
8/8 Tues
PM PM 8/29
70%
N
3:45 5:15 thru
4
8/8 Tues
PM PM 8/29
70%
N
5:30 7:00 thru
4
8/8 Tues
PM PM 8/29
70%
N
9:00 10:30 thru
4
8/8 Tues
AM AM 8/29
70%
N
10:45 12:15 thru
4
8/8 Tues
AM PM 8/29
70%
N
12:30 2:00 thru
4
8/8 Tues
PM PM 8/29
70%
N
3:45 5:15 thru
4
8/8 Tues
PM PM 8/29
70%
N
5:30 7:00 thru
4
8/8 Tues
PM PM 8/29
70%
N
9:00 10:30 thru
4
8/9 Wed
AM AM 8/30
70%
N
10:45 12:15
4
8/9 Wed
AM PM thru
70%
N
12:30 2:00
4
8/9 Wed
PM PM
70%
N
3:45 5:15
4
8/9 Wed
PM PM
70%
N
5:30 7:00
4
8/9 Wed
PM PM
70%
N
9:00 10:30
4
8/9 Wed
AM AM
70%
N
10:45 12:15
4
8/9 Wed
AM PM
70%
N
12:30 2:00
4
8/9 Wed
PM PM
70%
N
3:45 5:15
4
8/9 Wed
PM PM
70%
N
5:30 7:00
4
8/9 Wed
PM PM
70%
N
9:00 10:30
4 8/10 Thurs
AM AM
Student and Community Advancement ­ Page 11
Room Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus
Title Reading and Math Skills Reading and Math Skills Basic Reading and Math Basic Reading and Math Basic Reading and Math Tour Info Night Life Drawing Marathons Life Drawing Marathons Life Drawing Marathons Become a Certified Tax Preparer Become a Certified Tax Preparer Taxes for the Small Business-Tax Preparer CEUs Study Skills for Success Keys to SuccessComputer Keyboarding Destination Earth Keys to Success: Computer Keyboarding Keys to SuccessComputer Keyboarding Destination Earth Keys to Success: Computer Keyboarding Peacemaker's Institute Peacemaker's Institute Conversational Spanish-Beginning 1 Conversational Spanish-Beginning 2 June 19, 2006
Instructor College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids College, Kids Collette Vacations Com, LifePainting. Com, LifePainting. Com, LifePainting. Companies, WHA Companies, WHA Companies, WHA Conway, Sharla Conway, Sharla Conway, Sharla Conway, Sharla Conway, Sharla Conway, Sharla Conway, Sharla Curry, Jeffreda Curry, Jeffreda de los Rios, Jerry de los Rios, Jerry
Rate of Pay 70% 70% 70% 70% 70% $0 OptA OptA OptA 50% 50% 50%
E/N # Mtg N 4 N 4 N 4 N 4 N 4 N 1 N 1 N 1 N 1 N 6 N 6 N
First Day 8/10 Thurs 8/10 Thurs 8/10 Thurs 8/10 Thurs 8/10 Thurs 6/21 Wed 6/25 Sun 7/30 Sun 8/27 Sun 6/10 Sat 7/8 Sat
Start 10:45 AM 12:30 PM 9:00 AM 10:45 AM 12:30 PM 5:00 PM 10:00 AM 10:00 AM 10:00 AM
End 12:15 PM 2:00 PM 10:30 AM 12:15 PM 2:00 PM 7:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM
Add'l Dates
1:00 5:00 thru PM PM 7/15
8:00 12:00 thru AM PM 8/12
6:00 9:00 thru
6
8/3 Thurs
PM PM 8/17
$29/hr
N
12:45 2:15 thru
8 6/26 M-Th
PM PM 7/7
$29/hr
N
8:30 10:00 thru
8 6/26 M-Th
AM AM 7/7
$29/hr
N
2:30 4:00 thru
8 6/26 M-Th
PM PM 7/7
$29/hr
N
10:15 11:45 thru
8 6/26 M-Th
AM AM 7/7
$29/hr
N
8:30 10:00 thru
8 7/10 M-Th
AM AM 7/20
$29/hr
N
12:45 2:15 thru
8 7/10 M-Th
PM PM 7/20
$29/hr
N
10:15 11:45 thru
8 7/10 M-Th
AM AM 7/20
40%
N
1:00 4:00 thru
8 6/26 M-Th
PM PM 7/7
40%
N
1:00 4:00 thru
8 7/24 M-Th
PM PM 8/3
OptA
N
7:00 9:00 thru
6 6/13 T, TH
PM PM 6/29
OptA
N
7:00 9:00 thru
6 7/11 Tues
PM PM 8/1
Student and Community Advancement ­ Page 12
Rooom Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Socs108 Artb205, 209 Artb 205, 209 Artb 205, 209 MCS216 MCS 216 MCS 207 Adm 203 Comm 204 Artb 215 Comm 204 Comm 204 Artb 211 Comm 204 PE 229 PE 229 Socs108 Socs 108
Title Conversational Spanish-Intermediate 1 AMA-Fair, Square & Legal-Safe Hiring, Managing & Firing (online) AMA-Managing & Achieving Organizational Goals (online) AMA-Communication Skills For Managers (online) AMA--A Manager's Guide to Human Behavior (online) AMA--How to Manage Conflict in the Organization (online) AMA--How to Build HighPerformance Teams (online) AMA--Successful Project Management (online) AMA--How to Sharpen Your Business Write Skills (online) AMA-Fair, Square & Legal-Safe Hiring, Managing & Firing (online) AMA-Managing & Achieving Organizational Goals (online) AMA-Communication Skills For Managers (online) AMA--A Manager's Guide to Human Behavior (online) AMA--How to Manage Conflict in the Organization (online) June 19, 2006
Instructor de los Rios, Jerry Dennis Doran Dennis Doran Dennis Doran Dennis Doran Dennis Doran Dennis Doran Dennis Doran Dennis Doran Dennis Doran Dennis Doran Dennis Doran Dennis Doran Dennis Doran
Rate of Pay OptA 59/stu
E/N # Mtg N 1 N
First Day 8/1 T,Th
6/22
59/stu
N
6/22
59/stu
N
6/22
59/stu
N
6/22
59/stu
N
Start 7:00 PM
Add'l End Dates 9:00 thru PM 8/17
59/stu
N
59/stu
N
59/stu
N
$59/stu N
$59/stu N
$59/stu N
$59/stu N
$59/stu N
6/22 6/22 6/22 6/22 7/20 Thurs 7/20 Thurs 7/20 Thurs 7/20 Thurs
7/20 Thurs Student and Community Advancement ­ Page 13
Room Socs 108 online online online online online online online online online online online online online
Title AMA--How to Build HighPerformance Teams (online) AMA--Successful Project Management (online) AMA--How to Sharpen Your Business Write Skills (online) AMA-Fair, Square & Legal-Safe Hiring, Managing & Firing (online) AMA-Managing & Achieving Organizational Goals (online) AMA-Communication Skills For Managers (online) AMA--A Manager's Guide to Human Behavior (online) AMA--How to Manage Conflict in the Organization (online) AMA--How to Build HighPerformance Teams (online) AMA--Successful Project Management (online) AMA--How to Sharpen Your Business Write Skills (online) Tips and Techniques for Test Taking Listening Skills for Better Grades (Grades 7-11) How to Study Smarter Not Harder (Grades 711) Discover Digital Photography (online) June 19, 2006
Instructor Dennis Doran Dennis Doran Dennis Doran Dennis Doran Dennis Doran Dennis Doran Dennis Doran Dennis Doran Dennis Doran Dennis Doran Dennis Doran Douglas, Lee Douglas, Lee Douglas, Lee Education To Go
Rate of Pay $59/stu $59/stu $59/stu $59/stu $59/stu $59/stu $59/stu $59/stu $59/stu $59/stu $59/stu OptA OptA OptA Various
E/N # Mtg N
First Day
Start End
Add'l Dates Room
7/20 Thurs N
online
7/20 Thurs N
online
7/20 Thurs N
online
8/17 Thurs N
online
8/17 Thurs N
online
8/17 Thurs N
online
8/17 Thurs N
online
8/17 Thurs N
online
8/17 Thurs N
online
8/17 Thurs N
online
8/17 Thurs
N
11:00 12:30 thru
2
7/8 Sat
AM PM 7/15
N
11:00 12:30
1 7/22 Sat
AM PM
N
11:00 12:30 thru
2
8/5 Sat
AM PM 8/12
N
thru
12 6/21 W,F
8/11
Student and Community Advancement ­ Page 14
online Socs 109 Socs 109 Socs 109 online
Title Digital Photography Output (online) Secrets of Better Photography (online) Mastering Digital Photography: Photographing People (online) Photoshop Elements for the Digital Photographer (online) Introduction to Photoshop CS Photoshop CS2 for the Digital Photographer (online) Making Movies with Windows XP (online) Mus Made Easy (online) Get Paid to Travel (online) Med Terminology (online) Accounting Fundamentals I (online) Accounting Fundamentals II (online) Beginning MS Word (online) Beginning MS Excel (online) Introduction to QuickBooks (online) Beginning Access (online) Beginning SQL (Structured Query LA) (online) Introduction to Oracle 8 (online) Introduction to Database Development Introduction to Vis Basic 6.0 (online) Introduction to PC Troubleshooting (online) June 19, 2006
Instructor Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go
Rate of Pay Various Various Various
E/N # Mtg N 12 N 12 N
First Day 6/21 W,F 6/21 W,F
Start End
Various N
12 6/21 W,F
Various N Various N
12 6/21 W,F 12 6/21 W,F
Various N
12 6/21 W,F
Various N Various N Various N Various N
12 6/21 W,F 12 6/21 W,F 12 6/21 W,F 12 6/21 W,F
Various N
12 6/21 W,F
Various N Various N Various N
12 6/21 W,F 12 6/21 W,F 12 6/21 W,F
Various N Various N
12 6/21 W,F 12 6/21 W,F
Various N Various N
12 6/21 W,F 12 6/21 W,F
Various N Various N
12 6/21 W,F 12 6/21 W,F
12 6/21 W,F Student and Community Advancement ­ Page 15
Add'l Dates thru 8/11 thru 8/11 thru 8/11 thru 8/11 thru 8/11 thru 8/11 thru 8/11 thru 8/11 thru 8/11 thru 8/11 thru 8/11 thru 8/11 thru 8/11 thru 8/11 thru 8/11 thru 8/11 thru 8/11 thru 8/11 thru 8/11 thru 8/11 thru 8/11
Room online online online online online online online online online online online online online online online online online online online online online
Title Introduction to Windows XP (online) Introduction to Networking (online) Intermediate Networking (online) C++ for the Absolute Beginner (online) Introduction to Vis Basic .NET (online) Design Projects for Adobe Illustrator CS Achieving Top Search Engine Positions (online) Creating Web Pages (online) Designing Effective Websites (online) Introduction to Dreamweaver (online) Introduction to Flash MX (online) Creating Web Pages II (online) Speed Spanish I (online) Speed Spanish II (online) A to Z GrantWrite (online) Travel Write (online) Effective Business Write (online) Beginning Writer's Workshop (online) GED Preparation (online) Grammar Refresher (online) Goodbye to Shy (online) Luscious, LowFat, LightningQuick Meals (online) Learn To Buy & Sell on eBay (online) June 19, 2006
Instructor Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go
Rate of Pay Various Various Various Various Various Various Various Various Various Various Various Various Various Various Various Various Various Various Various Various Various Various
E/N # Mtg N 12 N 12 N 12 N 12 N 12 N 12 N 12 N 12 N 12 N 12 N 12 N 12 N 12 N 12 N 12 N 12 N 12 N 12 N 12 N 12 N 12 N
First Day 6/21 W,F 6/21 W,F 6/21 W,F 6/21 W,F 6/21 W,F 6/21 W,F 6/21 W,F 6/21 W,F 6/21 W,F 6/21 W,F 6/21 W,F 6/21 W,F 6/21 W,F 6/21 W,F 6/21 W,F 6/21 W,F 6/21 W,F 6/21 W,F 6/21 W,F 6/21 W,F 6/21 W,F
Start End
Various N
12 6/21 W,F
12 6/21 W,F Student and Community Advancement ­ Page 16
Add'l Dates thru 8/11 thru 8/11 thru 8/11 thru 8/11 thru 8/11 thru 8/11 thru 8/11 thru 8/11 thru 8/11 thru 8/11 thru 8/11 thru 8/11 thru 8/11 thru 8/11 thru 8/11 thru 8/11 thru 8/11 thru 8/11 thru 8/11 thru 8/11 thru 8/11 thru 8/11 thru 8/11
Room online online online online online online online online online online online online online online online online online online online online online online online
Title Stocks, Bonds, and Investing: Oh, My! (online) Real Estate Investing (online) Discover Digital Photography (online) Digital Photography Output (online) Secrets of Better Photography (online) Mastering Digital Photography: Photographing People (online) Photoshop Elements for the Digital Photographer (online) Introduction to Photoshop CS Photoshop CS2 for the Digital Photographer (online) Making Movies with Windows XP (online) Mus Made Easy (online) Get Paid to Travel (online) Med Terminology (online) Accounting Fundamentals I (online) Accounting Fundamentals II (online) Beginning MS Word (online) Beginning MS Excel (online) Introduction to QuickBooks (online) Beginning Access (online) Beginning SQL Introduction to Oracle 8 (online) June 19, 2006
Instructor Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go
Rate of E/N Pay Various N Various N Various N Various N Various N Various N
# Mtg First Day
Start End
12 6/21 W,F 12 6/21 W,F
12 7/19 W,F
12 7/19 W,F
12 7/19 W,F
Various N
12 7/19 W,F
Various N Various N
12 7/19 W,F 12 7/19 W,F
Various N
12 7/19 W,F
Various N Various N Various N Various N
12 7/19 W,F 12 7/19 W,F 12 7/19 W,F 12 7/19 W,F
Various N
12 7/19 W,F
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Room online online online online online online online online online online online online online online online online online online online online online
Title Introduction to Database Development Introduction to Vis Basic 6.0 (online) Introduction to PC Troubleshooting (online) Introduction to Windows XP (online) Introduction to Networking (online) Intermediate Networking (online) C++ for the Absolute Beginner (online) Introduction to Vis Basic .NET (online) Design Projects for Adobe Illustrator CS Achieving Top Search Engine Positions (online) Creating Web Pages (online) Designing Effective Websites (online) Introduction to Dreamweaver (online) Introduction to Flash MX (online) Creating Web Pages II (online) Speed Spanish I (online) Speed Spanish II (online) A to Z GrantWrite (online) Travel Write (online) Effective Business Write (online) Beginning Writer's Workshop (online) GED Preparation (online) Grammar Refresher (online) June 19, 2006
Instructor Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go
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Room online online online online online online online online online online online online online online online online online online online online online online online
Title Goodbye to Shy (online) Luscious, LowFat, LightningQuick Meals (online) Learn To Buy & Sell on eBay (online) Stocks, Bonds, and Investing: Oh, My! (online) Real Estate Investing (online) Discover Digital Photography (online) Digital Photography Output (online) Secrets of Better Photography (online) Mastering Digital Photography: Photographing People (online) Photoshop Elements for the Digital Photographer (online) Introduction to Photoshop CS Photoshop CS2 for the Digital Photographer (online) Making Movies with Windows XP (online) Mus Made Easy (online) Get Paid to Travel (online) Med Terminology (online) Accounting Fundamentals I (online) Accounting Fundamentals II (online) Beginning MS Word (online) Beginning MS Excel (online) June 19, 2006
Instructor Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go
Rate of E/N Pay Various N Various N
# Mtg First Day 12 7/19 W,F
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online online online online online online online online online
Title Introduction to QuickBooks (online) Beginning Access (online) Beginning SQL (Structured Query LA) (online) Introduction to Oracle 8 (online) Introduction to Database Development Introduction to Vis Basic 6.0 (online) Introduction to PC Troubleshooting (online) Introduction to Windows XP (online) Introduction to Networking (online) Intermediate Networking (online) C++ for the Absolute Beginner (online) Introduction to Vis Basic .NET (online) Design Projects for Adobe Illustrator CS Achieving Top Search Engine Positions (online) Creating Web Pages (online) Introduction to Dreamweaver (online) Introduction to Flash MX (online) Creating Web Pages II (online) Speed Spanish I (online) Speed Spanish II (online) A to Z GrantWrite (online) Travel Write (online) June 19, 2006
Instructor Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go
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Title Effective Business Write (online) Beginning Writer's Workshop (online) GED Preparation (online) Grammar Refresher (online) Goodbye to Shy (online) Luscious, LowFat, LightningQuick Meals (online) Learn To Buy & Sell on eBay (online) Stocks, Bonds, and Investing: Oh, My! (online) Real Estate Investing (online) Japanese for Kids--Beginning 1 Japanese for Kids--Beginning 2
Instructor Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Education To Go Ego, Kimiko Ego, Kimiko
Japanese for Kids Beginning 1 Introduction to Cake Decorating-Course 1 Introduction to Cake Decorating-Course 1 Introduction to Cake Decorating-Course 2 Introduction to Cake Decorating-Course 3 Algebra 2--Part A Algebra 1--Part A Algebra 1--Part A Algebra 1--Part A Algebra 1--Part B Algebra 1--Part B Algebra 2--Part B Algebra 2--Part B June 19, 2006
Ego, Kimiko Elerewe, Thelma Elerewe, Thelma Elerewe, Thelma Elerewe, Thelma Emmery, Laura Emmery, Laura Emmery, Laura Emmery, Laura Emmery, Laura Emmery, Laura Emmery, Laura Emmery, Laura
Rate of E/N Pay Various N Various N Various N Various N Various N Various N
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Various N
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Various N
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8 6/26 M-Th
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$32/hr
N
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$32/hr
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Title
Instructor
Pay
Introduction to
$32/hr
N
Trigonometry
Emmery, Laura
$32/hr
N
Pre-Algebra--Part B Emmery, Laura
$32/hr
N
Algebra 1--Part B
Emmery, Laura
$32/hr
N
Algebra 2--Part A
Emmery, Laura
$32/hr
N
Algebra 1--Part A
Emmery, Laura
Journals and
OptA
N
General Ledger
Posting--Course 1 of
3
Farmer, Kevin
Income Statement
OptA
N
Analysis--Course 2
of 3
Farmer, Kevin
Balance Sheet
OptA
N
Analysis--Course 3
of 3
Farmer, Kevin
OptA
N
Payroll Taxes
Farmer, Kevin
Business Overview:
OptA
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Getting Started--
Course 1 of 5
Farmer, Kevin
Marketing, Sales
OptA
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and Promotion--
Course 2 of 5
Farmer, Kevin
Get Going With
OptA
N
QuickBooks--
Beginning (In
Person)
Farmer, Kevin
Planning for
OptA
N
Success: Your
Business Plan--
Course 3 of 5
Farmer, Kevin
Keep Going With
OptA
N
QuickBooks--
Intermediate (In
Person)
Farmer, Kevin
Operations &
70%
N
Management--
Course 4 of 5
Farmer, Kevin
Finances & Record
OptA
N
Keeping--Course 5
of 5
Farmer, Kevin
Pilates, Abs and
50%
N
Core
Frank, Dale
Circuit Weight
50%
N
Training
Frank, Dale
High Intensity
50%
N
Interval Training-
HIIT
Frank, Dale
Weight Lifting for
50%
N
Seniors
Frank, Dale
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8
7/10 M-Th
8
7/24 M-Th
8
7/24 M-Th
8
7/24 M-Th
8
7/24 M-Th
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End 4:00 PM 2:15 PM 4:00 PM 11:45 AM 10:00 AM
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6/12 Mon
1
6/19 Mon
1
6/26 M-Th
1
7/10 Mon
1
7/19 Wed
1
7/26 Wed
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7/29 Sat
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8/2 Wed
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8/5 Sat
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6:30 9:30
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8/16 Wed
6
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Rate of
E/N
Title
Instructor
Pay
Pilates, Abs and
50%
N
Core
Frank, Dale
Circuit Weight
50%
N
Training
Frank, Dale
Weight Lifting for
50%
N
Seniors
Frank, Dale
High Intensity
50%
N
Interval Training-
HIIT
Frank, Dale
You Can Sell Hit
Frederick,
OptA
N
Songs
Robin
Great Grammar for
$29/hr
N
Great Grades: Basic Gendrano,
English for Survival Jamie
Great Grammar for
$29/hr
N
Great Grades: Basic Gendrano,
English for Survival Jamie
Creative Writing for Gendrano,
$29/hr
N
School & Fun
Jamie
Creative Writing for Gendrano,
$29/hr
N
School & Fun
Jamie
Belly Dancing-Mixed
40%
N
Levels (Ages 14 &
Up)
Genie Nakano
Bollywood Dance
40%
N
(Ages 14 & Up)
Genie Nakano
Negotiation 1: The
OptA
N
Art of Getting What
You Want--Course 1
of 4
Georgen, Pearl
Negotiation 2: How
OptA
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Say--Course 2 of 4 Georgen, Pearl
Negotiation 3:
OptA
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Mastery of the Art--
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Georgen, Pearl
Negotiation 4:
OptA
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Resolving Critical
Issues--Course 4 of
4
Georgen, Pearl
Negotiation 5:
OptA
N
Secrets of Effective
Persuasion--
Advanced Course 1
of 3
Georgen, Pearl
Negotiation 6:
OptA
N
Power Strategies--
Advanced Course 2
of 3
Georgen, Pearl
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6
8/1 Tues
6
8/1 Tues
6
8/2 Wed
6
8/3 Thurs
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6/26 M-Th
8
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6/26 M-Th
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6
7/8 Sat
6
7/8 Sat
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End 7:45 PM 8:30 PM 11:15 AM
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4:15 PM 12:45 PM 8:30 AM
5:45 PM 2:15 PM 10:00 AM
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Adm 202 Stad Rm Artb 215
10:00 AM 11:15 AM
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PE 233 PE 233
1
6/12 Mon
1
6/19 Mon
1
6/26 M-Th
6:30 9:30
PM
PM
6:30 9:30
PM
PM
6:30 9:30 PM PM
Socs108 Socs108 Socs 108
1
7/10 Mon
6:30 9:30
PM
PM
Socs 108
1
7/17 Mon
1
7/24 Mon
6:30 9:30 PM PM
6:30 9:30
PM
PM
Socs 108 Socs 108
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Title Negotiation 7: Multiplying Your Effectiveness-Advanced Course 3 of 3 Starting A Med or Dental Service Dental Insurance Billing Introduction to Supervision--Course 1 of 3 Effective Communication for Supervisors & Managers--Course 2 of 3 performance management-Course 3 of 3 A Guide to Great California Tours Travel The World In Comfort For Less Than $50 A Day SAT Preparation Study Skills for Success Introduction to Geometry--Part A Introduction to Geometry--Part A Algebra 1--Part A SAT Preparation Algebra 1--Part B Introduction to Geometry--Part A Introduction to Geometry--Part B Algebra 1--Part A Introduction to Geometry--Part A Pre-Algebra--Part A Pre-Algebra--Part A Math Basics--Part A Math Basics--Part B June 19, 2006
Instructor Georgen, Pearl Hall, Kris Hall, Kris Harris, Shirley Harris, Shirley Harris, Shirley Heller, Paul Heller, Paul Hines, Fred Hines, Frederick Hines, Frederick Hines, Frederick Hines, Frederick Hines, Frederick Hines, Frederick Hines, Frederick Hines, Frederick Hines, Frederick Hines, Frederick Hines, Yolanda Hines, Yolanda Hines, Yolanda Hines, Yolanda
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6/10 Sat
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1
6/10 Sat
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PM
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8
7/24 M-Th
PM
PM
$32/hr
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10:15 11:45
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6/26 M-Th
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AM
$32/hr
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6/26 M-Th
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6/26 M-Th
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7/10 M-Th
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AM
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7/10 M-Th
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7/10 M-Th
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12:45 2:15
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7/10 M-Th
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PM
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2:30 4:00
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7/10 M-Th
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PM
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8
7/24 M-Th
PM
PM
$29/hr
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12:45 2:15
8
6/26 M-Th
PM
PM
$29/hr
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2:30 4:00
8
6/26 M-Th
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PM
$29/hr
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8:30 10:00
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7/10 M-Th
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$29/hr
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10:15 11:45
8 7/10 M-Th
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Room Socs 108 Socs 108 Socs 105 Socs 109 Socs 109 Socs 109 Socs105 Socs105 Socs 108 Socs109 Socs111 Socs111 Socs111 Artb 211 Stad Rm Socs 108 Socs 108 Socs 108 Socs 111 Alondra Rm Adm 209 Tech 256 Tech 256
Title Pre-Algebra--Part B Pre-Algebra--Part B Pre-Algebra--Part A Creative Write for School and Fun Great Grammar for Great Grades: Basic English for Survival Study Skills for Success Study Skills for Success Study Skills for Success Writing an 'A' Report Introduction to Microsoft Excel 2003 (In Person) Intermediate Excel 2003 (In Person) Beginning Access (In Person) Program R Program R Program R Program R Program 5 Program 5 Program 5 Program 5 Program 4 Program 4 Program 4 Program 2 Program 2 Program 2 June 19, 2006
Instructor Hines, Yolanda Hines, Yolanda Hines, Yolanda Hines, Yolanda Hines, Yolanda Hood, Larisa Hood, Larisa Hood, Larisa Hood, Larisa Hughes, Charles Hughes, Charles Hughes, Charles Institute of Reading Dev Institute of Reading Dev Institute of Reading Dev Institute of Reading Dev Institute of Reading Dev Institute of Reading Dev Institute of Reading Dev Institute of Reading Dev Institute of Reading Dev Institute of Reading Dev Institute of Reading Dev Institute of Reading Dev Institute of Reading Dev Institute of Reading Dev
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#
Pay
Mtg First Day
Start End
$29/hr
N
12:45 2:45
8
7/10 M-Th
PM
PM
$29/hr
N
2:30 4:00
8
7/10 M-Th
PM
PM
$29/hr
N
10:15 11:45
8
7/24 M-Th
AM
AM
$29/hr
N
8:30 10:00
8
7/24 M-Th
AM
AM
$29/hr
N
12:45 2:15
8
7/24 M-Th
PM
PM
$29/hr
N
10:15 11:45
8
6/26 M-Th
AM
AM
$29/hr
N
12:45 2:15
8
6/26 M-Th
PM
PM
$29/hr
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8:30 10:00
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7/10 M-Th
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AM
$29/hr
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11:30 2:00
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90%
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11:30 2:00
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90%
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2:45 4:45
5 6/17
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5 6/17
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10:00 12:00
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10:00 12:00
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Room Adm 202 Adm 202 Tech 256 Tech 256 Adm 202 MCS 5 MCS 5 PE 27 PE 229 Comm204 Comm204 Comm 204 Mu202 Mu203 Mu204 Mu205 Mu202 Mu203 Mu204 Mu205 Mu202 Mu203 Mu204 Mu202 Mu207 Mu209
Title Program 1 Program 1 Program 1 Program 6 Program 6 Program 6 Program 1 Program 3 Program 6 Program 2 Program 2 Program 7 Program 7 Program 4 Program 4 Program 5 Program 5 Program 1 Program 2 Program 3 Program 6 Program 6 Program 4 Program 4 Program R Program R Program 5 Program 5 June 19, 2006
Instructor Institute of Reading Dev Institute of Reading Dev Institute of Reading Dev Institute of Reading Dev Institute of Reading Dev Institute of Reading Dev Institute of Reading Dev Institute of Reading Dev Institute of Reading Dev Institute of Reading Dev Institute of Reading Dev Institute of Reading Dev Institute of Reading Dev Institute of Reading Dev Institute of Reading Dev Institute of Reading Dev Institute of Reading Dev Institute of Reading Dev Institute of Reading Dev Institute of Reading Dev Institute of Reading Dev Institute of Reading Dev Institute of Reading Dev Institute of Reading Dev Institute of Reading Dev Institute of Reading Dev Institute of Reading Dev Institute of Reading Dev
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Start End
N
12:45 2:45
5 6/18 Sun
PM
PM
N
12:45 2:45
5 6/18 Sun
PM
PM
N
12:45 2:45
5 6/18 Sun
PM
PM
N
3:30 6:00
5 6/18 Sun
PM
PM
N
3:30 6:00
5 6/18 Sun
PM
PM
N
3:30 6:00
5 6/18 Sun
PM
PM
N
1:00 3:00
5 6/19 Mon
PM
PM
N
3:30 5:30
5 6/19 Mon
PM
PM
N
6:00 8:30
5 6/19 Mon
PM
PM
N
4:00 6:00
5 6/21 Wed
PM
PM
N
4:00 6:00
5 6/21 Wed
PM
PM
N
7:00 9:30
5 6/21 Wed
PM
PM
N
7:00 9:30
5 6/21 Wed
PM
PM
N
1:00 3:00
5 6/22 Thur
PM
PM
N
1:00 3:00
5 6/22 Thur
PM
PM
N
3:30 6:00
5 6/22 Thur
PM
PM
N
3:30 6:00
5 6/22 Thur
PM
PM
N
10:00 12:00
5 7/25 Tues
AM
PM
N
1:00 3:00
5 7/25 Tues
PM
PM
N
1:00 5:00
5 7/25 Tues
PM
PM
N
3:45 6:15
5 7/25 Tues
PM
PM
N
3:45 6:15
5 7/25 Tues
PM
PM
N
1:00 3:00
5 7/26 Wed
PM
PM
N
1:00 3:00
5 7/26 Wed
PM
PM
N
3:30 4:45
5 7/26 Wed
PM
PM
N
3:30 4:45
5 7/26 Wed
PM
PM
N
5:30 8:00
5 7/26 Wed
PM
PM
N
5:30 8:00
5 7/26 Wed
PM PM
Student and Community Advancement ­ Page 26
Add'l Dates thru 7/16 thru 7/16 thru 7/16 thru 7/16 thru 7/16 thru 7/16 thru 7/17 thru 7/17 thru 7/17 thru 7/19 thru 7/19 thru 7/19 thru 7/19 thru 7/20 thru 7/20 thru 7/20 thru 7/20 thru 8/22 thru 8/22 thru 8/22 thru 8/22 thru 8/22 thru 8/23 thru 8/23 thru 8/23 thru 8/23 thru 8/23 thru 8/23
Room Mu202 Mu207 Mu209 Mu202 Mu207 Mu209 Mu202 Mu202 Mu207 Mu202 Mu205 Mu202 Mu205 Mu202 Mu207 Mu202 Mu207 Socs109 Mu210 Mu202 Mu210 Mu202 Mu202 Mu207 Mu202 Mu207 Mu202 Mu207
Title Teens in Technology
Instructor Kahan, Wendy
Rate of Pay $32/hr 75%
Kidz Art
Kidz Art
75%
Kidz Art
Kidz Art
Kidz Art
Kidz Art
Kidz Art Write for Fun Fun with Art Writing for Fun Fun with Art Writing for Fun Fun with Art Learning Adventure Learning Adventure Learning Adventure Learning Adventure Spelling & Vocabulary Improvement Creative Write for School and Fun Writing the High School Essay Writing the High School Essay
Kidz Art Kneisley, Susan Kneisley, Susan Kneisley, Susan Kneisley, Susan Kneisley, Susan Kneisley, Susan Learning Adventure Learning Adventure Learning Adventure Learning Adventure Lee, Randolph Lee, Randolph Lee, Randolph Lee, Randolph
Writing an 'A' Report Writing the High School Essay Real Estate Appraisal: A New Career/A New Business
Lee, Randolph Lee, Randolph Levitan, Les
Math Basics Creative Writing for School and Fun June 19, 2006
Lugo, Mary Lugo, Mary
75% 75% $29/hr $29/hr $29/hr $29/hr $29/hr $29/hr 85% 85% 85% 85% $29/hr $29/hr $29/hr $29/hr $29/hr $29/hr OptA $32/hr $32/hr
E/N
#
Add'l
Mtg First Day
Start End Dates Room
E
12:30 4:30 thru
8
7/10 M-Th
PM
PM 7/20
Tech204
N
thru
9:00 12:00 7/7; n/c
8
6/26 M-Th
AM
PM 7/4
Decath
N
thru
1:00 4:00 7/7; n/c
8
6/26 M-Th
PM
PM 7/4
Decath
N
9:00 12:00 thru
8
7/10 M-Th
AM
PM 7/20
Decath
N
1:00 4:00 thru
8
7/10 M-Th
PM
PM 7/20
Decath
N
2:30 4:00
8
6/26 M-Th
PM
PM thru 7/7 Adm 203
N
12:45 2:15
8
6/26 M-Th
PM
PM thru 7/7 Artb 211
N
12:45 2:15 thru
8
7/10 M-Th
PM
PM 7/20
Stad Rm
N
2:30 4:00 thru
8
7/10 M-Th
PM
PM 7/20
Stad Rm
N
12:45 2:15
8
7/24 M-Th
PM
PM thru 8/3 Artb 215
N
2:30 4:00
8
7/24 M-Th
PM
PM thru 8/3 Artb 215
N
11:30 6:15 thru
8
6/24 Sat
AM
PM 8/12
Adm203
N
11:30 6:15 thru
8
6/24 Sat
AM
PM 8/12
Adm204
N
11:30 6:15 thru
8
6/24 Sat
AM
PM 8/12
Adm208
N
11:30 6:15 thru
8
6/24 Sat
AM
PM 8/12
Adm209
N
8:30 10:00
8
6/26 M-Th
AM
AM thru 7/7 Stad Rm
N
12:45 2:15
8
6/26 M-Th
PM
PM thru 7/7 Tech 257
N
10:15 11:45
Alondra
8
6/26 M-Th
AM
AM thru 7/7 Rm
N
10:15 11:45 thru
8
7/10 M-Th
AM
AM 7/20
MCS 5
N
8:30 10:00
8
7/24 M-Th
AM
AM thru 8/3 Decath Rm
N
10:15 11:45
8
7/24 M-Th
AM
AM thru 8/3 Decath Rm
N
7:00 9:30
1
7/11 Tues
PM
PM
N
8:30 10:00
8
6/26 M-Th
AM
AM thru 7/7
N
12:45 2:15
8
6/26 M-Th
PM
PM thru 7/7
Student and Community Advancement ­ Page 27
Socs 105 Mus133 Bus 7
Title Great Grammar for Great Grades: Basic English for Survival Writing an 'A' Report Writing an 'A' Report Creative Writing for School and Fun Great Grammar for Great Grades: Basic English for Survival Great Grammar for Great Grades: Basic English for Survival Creative Writing for School and Fun Writing an 'A' Report Creative Writing for School and Fun Creative Writing for School & Fun BioMed Science 1Anatomy & Physiology Med Terminology Med Office Procedures Med Billing and Reimbursement Secrets to Starting a Business in Voice Over The Voice Over Experience Photography for Kids Introduction to Digital Photography (With an Intro. to Photoshop) Introduction to Digital Photography (With an Intro. to Photoshop) How to Become a Mystery Shopper June 19, 2006
Instructor Lugo, Mary Lugo, Mary Lugo, Mary Lugo, Mary Lugo, Mary Lugo, Mary Lugo, Mary Lugo, Mary Lugo, Mary Lugo, Mary Mardirosian, Shouskik Mardirosian, Shouskik Mardirosian, Shouskik Mardirosian, Shouskik Meza, Aaron Meza, Aaron Moore, Terry Lynn Moore, Terry Lynn Moore, Terry Lynn Moran, Elaine
Rate of Pay $32/hr $32/hr $32/hr $32/hr $32/hr $32/hr $32/hr $32/hr $32/hr $32/hr $50/hr $50/hr $50/hr $50/hr OptA OptA $29/hr OptA OptA OptA
E/N
#
Add'l
mtg First Day
Start End Dates Room
N
12:45 2:15
8
6/26 M-Th
PM
PM thru 7/7 Mus 133
N
10:15 11:45
8
6/26 M-Th
AM
AM thru 7/7 Mus 133
N
2:30 4:00
8
6/26 M-Th
PM
PM thru 7/7 Mus 133
N
10:15 11:45 thru
8
7/10 M-Th
AM
AM 7/20
Tech 257
N
8:30 10:00 thru
8
7/10 M-Th
AM
AM 7/20
Tech 257
N
12:45 2:15 thru
8
7/10 M-Th
PM
PM 7/20
Tech 257
N
2:30 4:00 thru
8
7/10 M-Th
PM
PM 7/20
Tech 257
N
2:30 4:00
8
7/24 M-Th
PM
PM thru 8/3 Adm 203
N
12:45 2:15
8
7/24 M-Th
PM
PM thru 8/3 Adm 203
N
10:15 11:45
8
7/24 M-Th
AM
AM thru 8/3 Artb 215
N
thru
9:00 4:00 7/9; n/c
4
6/11 Sun
AM
PM 7/2
Socs105
N
6:30 9:30 thru
6
6/13 T, TH
PM
PM 6/29
Socs109
N
6:30 9:30 thru
2
7/11 T,Th
PM
PM 7/13
Socs 109
N
9:00 4:00
4
7/16 Sun
AM
PM thru 8/6 Socs 104
N
10:00 1:00
1
6/24 Sat
AM
PM
Socs105
N
10:00 2:00
1
8/5 Sat
AM
PM
Socs 105
E
2:30 4:00
8
6/26 M-Th
PM
PM thru 7/7 Artb 5
E
6:30 8:00 thru
8
7/10 M-Th
PM PM
7/20
Artb 5
E
6:30 8:00
8
7/24 M-Th
PM
PM thru 8/3
N
10:00 3:30
1 7/16 Sun
AM PM
Student and Community Advancement ­ Page 28
Artb 5 Socs 110
Title Down & Dirty Anger Management First Aid & CPR for Kids First Aid & CPR for Kids
Instructor Payne, C. V. Phillips, Sue Phillips, Sue
Sign Language
Post, Donna
Sign Language
Post, Donna
Sign Language
Post, Donna
Sign Language
Post, Donna
Sign Language
Post, Donna
Sign Language Become a Part-Time Substitue Teacher and Make Full-Time Pay Secrets of Discipline and Classroom Control for Substitute Teachers How to Make $100,000 a Year Teaching Your Expertise In Community Colleges Become a Notary Public--Prep Class
Post, Donna Prosper, Charles Prosper, Charles Prosper, Charles Public Seminars, Notary
Become a Notary Public--Prep Class Become a Certified Loan Signing Agent-Build Your Own Notary Signing Business Earn Big Bucks as a Freelance Bookkeeper (In These Tough Economic Times) June 19, 2006
Public Seminars, Notary Public Seminars, Notary Railsback, Sherrie
Rate of
E/N
Pay`
OptA
N
$29/hr
N
$29/hr
N
$29/hr
N
$29/hr
N
$29/hr
E
$29/hr
E
$29/hr
E
$29/hr
E
OptA
N
OptA
N
OptA
N
# Mtg First Day
1
6/12 Mon
8
6/26 M-Th
8
7/10 M-Th
8
6/26 M-Th
8
6/26 M-Th
8
7/10 M-Th
8
7/10 M-Th
8
7/24 M-Th
8
7/24 M-Th
1
6/10 Sat
1
6/11 Sun
Start 6:30 PM 12:45 PM 12:45 PM 6:15 PM 4:30 PM 6:15 PM 4:30 PM 6:15 PM 4:30 PM
End 9:30 PM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 7:45 PM 6:00 PM 7:45 PM 6:00 PM 7:45 PM 6:00 PM
Add'l Dates thru 7/7 thru 7/20 thru 7/7 thru 7/7 thru 7/20 thru 7/20 thru 8/3 thru 8/3
Room Socs104 Adm 202 Adm 203 Stad Rm Stad Rm Stad Rm Stad Rm Stad Rm Stad Rm
9:00 12:00
AM
PM
Socs108
9:00 12:00
AM
PM
Socs108
OptA
N
OptA
N
OptA
N
1
7/29 Sat
3
6/24 Sat
3
8/1 T,Th
9:00 12:00
AM
PM
Socs 105
8:00 6:00
AM PM
Bus2
thru
8/1; S
5:45 9:30 exam
PM
PM 9-11am Socs 203
OptA
N
3
8/12 Sat
9:00 5:00
AM
PM
Bus 2
6:30 9:30
1
7/11 Tues
PM
PM
Student and Community Advancement ­ Page 29
Socs 111
Title Move to the Head of the Class (Grades 5-8) Spelling & Vocabulary Improvement Spelling & Vocabulary Improvement Retire Early-Retire Young, Through Part-Time Real Estate Investing Finding Work You Love Guitar for KidsBeginning Part 1 Guitar for KidsBeginning Part 1 Beginning Guitar (Ages 16 & Up) Guitar for KidsBeginning Part 2 Guitar for KidsBeginning Part 2 Guitar for Kids-Intermediate Part 1 Guitar for Kids-Intermediate 1 Spanish for KidsBeginning 1 Spanish for KidsBeginning 1 Spanish for KidsBeginning 2 Spanish for KidsBeginning 2 Rock Climbing for Kids Rock Climbing For Fun and Fitness (Grades 9-Adult) Piano With Pizzazz Piano With Pizzazz Woodturning Guild Creative Writing for School and Fun Spelling & Vocabulary Improvement Creative Writing for School & Fun June 19, 2006
Instructor Railsback, Sherrie Rayfield, Candis Rayfield, Candis Reddick Seminars, Marshall Reed, Kennette Reintanz, William Reintanz, William Reintanz, William Reintanz, William Reintanz, William Reintanz, William Reintanz, William Robledo, Bobbi Robledo, Bobbi Robledo, Bobbi Robledo, Bobbi Rocks, Beach City Rocks, Beach City Sandate, Alba Sandate, Alba Selph, Jack Shortell, Michelle Shortell, Michelle Shortell, Michelle
Rate of Pay OptA $29/hr $29/hr OptA OptA $29/hr $29/hr $29/hr $29/hr $29/hr $29/hr $29/hr $29/hr $29/hr $29/hr $29/hr 50% 50% $29/hr $29/hr 50% $32/hr $32/hr $32/hr
E/N
#
Add'l
Mtg First Day
Start End Dates Room
N
1:00 4:00 thru
2
7/11 T,Th
PM
PM 7/13
Artb 211
N
2:30 4:00
8
6/26 M-Th
PM
PM thru 7/7 Adm 202
N
2:30 4:00 thru
8
7/10 M-Th
PM
PM 7/20
Adm 203
N
9:00 5:30
1
8/13 Sun
AM
PM
N
6:00 9:00
1
6/21 Wed
PM
PM
N
3:00 4:15
6
6/26 M-Th
PM
PM thru 7/7
N
1:30 2:45
6
6/26 M-Th
PM
PM thru 7/7
N
1:00 2:30 thru
6
7/8 Sat
PM
PM 8/12
N
3:00 4:15 thru
6
7/10 M-Th
PM
PM 7/21
N
1:30 2:45 thru
6
7/10 M-Th
PM
PM 7/21
N
1:30 2:45
6
7/24 M,W,F
PM
PM thru 8/3
N
3:00 4:15
6
7/24 M,W,F
PM
PM thru 8/3
N
2:30 4:00
8
6/26 M-Th
PM
PM thru 7/7
N
12:45 2:15
8
6/26 M-Th
PM
PM thru 7/7
N
12:45 2:15 thru
8
7/10 M-Th
PM
PM 7/20
N
2:30 4:00 thru
8
7/10 M-Th
PM
PM 7/20
N
4:00 5:00
6
6/28 Wed
PM
PM thru 8/2
N
6:30 7:30
6
6/28 Wed
PM
PM thru 8/2
N
10:15 11:45
8
6/26 M-Th
AM
AM thru 7/7
N
10:15 11:45 thru
8
7/10 M-Th
AM
AM 7/20
E
1:00 4:00 thru
11
8/6 Sun
PM
PM 6/3/07
N
2:30 4:00
8
6/26 M-Th
PM
PM thru 7/7
N
8:30 10:00
8
6/26 M-Th
AM
AM thru 7/7
N
10:15 11:45 thru
8 6/26 M-Th
AM AM 7/7
Student and Community Advancement ­ Page 30
Bus 2 Socs105 Mus 155 Mus 155 Mus 155 Mus 155 Mus 155 Mus 155 Mus 155 Mus 133 Socs 108 Mus 133 Socs 108 Off Campus Off Campus Mus 105 Mus 105 ConTech Bus 7 Bus 7 Bus 7
Title
Instructor
Shortell,
Math Basics
Michelle
Creative Writing for Shortell,
School and Fun
Michelle
Spelling &
Vocabulary
Shortell,
Improvement
Michelle
Spelling &
Shortell,
Vocabulary
Michelle
Shortell,
Math Basics--Part B Michelle
Shortell,
Writing an 'A' Report Michelle
Shozuya,
Beginning Tai Chi Nadine
Fitness and Food
Shozuya,
Camp for Kids
Nadine
Shozuya,
Kung Fu for Kids
Nadine
Kung Fu Kubs
Shozuya,
(Ages 3-4)
Nadine
Shozuya,
Beginning Tai Chi Nadine
Shozuya,
Kung Fu for Kids
Nadine
Kung Fu for Kids
Shozuya,
(Grades 1-6)
Nadine
Soccer Camp (Ages Soccer Camp,
5-14)
El Camino
Soccer Camp (Ages Soccer Camp,
5-14)
El Camino
Gourds for
Decorating
Spier, Nadine
Ornate Pine Needle
Basketry
Spier, Nadine
Wenkel,
Math Basics--Part B Wendy
Introduction to
Wenkel,
Geometry--Part A Wendy
Wenkel,
Algebra 1--Part A
Wendy
Wenkel,
Algebra 1--Part A
Wendy
Wenkel,
Algebra 1--Part B
Wendy
Introduction to
Wenkel,
Geometry--Part B Wendy
Making and Drinking
Tea for Health
Zhao, Joy
June 19, 2006
Rate of Pay $32/hr $32/hr $32/hr $32/hr $32/hr $32/hr 50% 50% 50% 50% 50% 50% 50% 75% 75% $200/day $200/day $32/hr $32/hr $32/hr $32/hr $32/hr $32/hr OptA
E/N
#
Add'l
Mtg First Day
Start End Dates
N
8:30 10:00 thru
8
7/10 M-Th
AM
AM 7/20
N
2:30 4:00 thru
8
7/10 M-Th
PM
PM 7/20
N
10:15 11:45 thru
8
7/10 M-Th
AM
AM 7/20
N
12:45 2:15 thru
8
7/10 M-Th
PM
PM 7/20
N
8:30 10:00
8
7/24 M-Th
AM
AM thru 8/3
N
10:15 11:45
8
7/24 M-Th
AM
AM thru 8/3
N
8:30 9:45
6
6/4 Sun
AM
AM thru
N
1:00 3:00 thru
5
6/26 M-F
PM
PM 6/30
N
5:00 5:55 thru
8
7/3 M,W
PM
PM 7/28
N
9:00 9:30 thru
8
7/8 Sat
AM
AM 8/26
N
8:30 9:45 thru
6
7/23 Sun
AM
AM 8/27
N
5:00 5:55 thru
8
8/7 Mon
PM
PM 8/28
N
4:00 4:55 thru
8
8/8 T,Th
PM PM
8/29
E
9:00 12:00 thru
5
8/14 M-F
AM
PM 8/18
E
9:00 12:00 thru
5
8/21 M-F
AM
PM 8/25
N
10:00 3:00
1
7/16 Sun
AM
PM
N
10:00 3:00
1
7/30 Sun
AM
PM
N
2:30 4:00 thru
8
7/10 M-Th
PM
PM 7/20
N
12:45 2:15 thru
8
7/10 M-Th
PM
PM 7/20
N
8:30 10:00 thru
8
7/10 M-Th
AM
AM 7/20
N
10:15 11:45 thru
8
7/10 M-Th
AM
AM 7/20
N
8:30 10:00
8
7/24 M-Th
AM
AM thru 8/3
N
12:45 2:15
8
7/24 M-Th
PM
PM thru 8/3
N
4:30 5:30 thru
6
6/22 Thurs
PM
PM 7/27
Student and Community Advancement ­ Page 31
Room Bus 7 Adm 208 Bus 7 Adm 208 Bus 7 Bus 7 Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Off Campus Soccer Soccer Socs 105 Socs 105 Bus 7 Bus 7 Mus 133 Mus 133 Mus 133 Bus 7 Artb211
Agenda for the El Camino Community College District Board of Trustees from Administrative Services Jeff Marsee, Vice President Page No. A. Tentative Budget 2006-2007.............................................................................................1 B. Resolution ­ District Appropriation Limit for 2006-07....................................................1 C. Short-Term Loan to the Bookstore ...................................................................................1 D. Interfund Transfers............................................................................................................1 E. Contracts Under $65,100 ..................................................................................................2 F. Contracts $65,100 or Higher.............................................................................................4 G. Resolution ­ National Incident Management System (NIMS) .........................................5 H. Purchase Orders and Blanket Purchase Orders.................................................................5
June 19, 2006
Administrative Services iii
A. TENTATIVE BUDGET 2006­2007 It is recommended that the Tentative Budgets, including the General Fund-Unrestricted, General Fund-Restricted, Student Financial Aid, Workers' Compensation, Child Development, Capital Outlay, General Obligation Bond, Property and Liability SelfInsurance, Dental Self-Insurance, Special Reserve Fund, and Bookstore Funds for the 2006­07 fiscal year be submitted to the Board for adoption at the June 19, 2006, meeting. California Code Regulations Section 58305(a) requires that, on or before the first day of July, each community college district shall file a tentative budget with the County Superintendent of Schools. B. RESOLUTION - DISTRICT APPROPRIATION LIMIT FOR 2006­07 It is recommended that the Board of Trustees adopt the resolution establishing the Appropriation Limit of $107,828,474 for the 2006­2007 fiscal year. Article XIII B of the State Constitution as approved by the voters in November 1979 requires the establishment of an Appropriation Limit on "Proceeds of Taxes" revenues for public agencies, including school districts. The governing board must approve the appropriation limit for the District each year. C. SHORT-TERM LOAN TO THE BOOKSTORE It is recommended that the Board authorize the loan from the General Fund-Unrestricted (11) to the Bookstore Fund (51) for $786,152 to cover the costs of Bookstore payroll obligations. This loan is necessary to cover anticipated cash flow requirements for the Bookstore for 2006-07. It is anticipated that this loan will be repaid by June 30, 2007. D. INTERFUND TRANSFERS It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the following interfund transfers for 2006-07. INTERFUND TRANSFERS
FROM: TO: June 19, 2006
General Fund-Unrestricted (11)
General Fund-Restricted (12) 3:1 Match General Fund-Restricted (12) Parking Child Development Fund (33) Capital Outlay (41) Special Reserve-Retiree Health Premiums Scholarship - Foundation Auxiliary
$
155,000
390,000
75,000
280,000
500,000
10,000
25,000
$
1,435,000
Administrative Services 1
FROM: TO:
General Fund-Restricted (12) Capital Outlay (41)
$
60,000
CONTRIBUTIONS TO OTHER FUNDS
FROM: General Fund-Unrestricted (11)
TO:
Workers' Compensation Fund (61)
Property & Liability Self-Insurance Fund (62)
Dental Self-Insurance Fund (63)
$ 948,514 780,000 900,000
Total Contributions to Other Funds from Fund (11)
$ 2,628,514
FROM: Bookstore Fund (51)
TO:
Auxiliary Services Fund
$276,000 $
E. CONTRACTS UNDER $65,100 It is recommended that the Board of Trustees, in accordance with Board Policy 6340, ratify the District entering into the following agreements. The Vice President of Administrative Services, or his authorized designee, has executed the necessary documents.
1. Community Advancement Division The Community Advancement Division provides contract training to private industry consistent with the California State Education Department's emphasis on economic development. The Center for Applied Competitive Technologies (CACT) helps to advance the State's economic growth and global competitiveness through technology education, manufacturing training, and services that contribute to continuous workforce development.
Contractor
Dates of Services
Contract Amount
Rodco Multiple Grinding Corp.
4/26/06-6/30/06
Income: $3,456.00 Expense: $2,249.00 Net: $1,207.00
CACT will contract with the contractor to provide Statistical Process Control training programs under the State Employment Training Programs Contract #ET06-0112.
June 19, 2006
Administrative Services 2
Moa Moa Inc.
5/18/06-6/30/06
Income: $7,776.00
Expense: $1,875.00
Net:
$5,901.00
CACT will contract with the contractor to provide Continuous Improvement Supervisory Skills training programs under the State Employment Training Programs Contract #ET060112.
WPI Burton Electric
4/24/06-6/30/06
Income: $3,110.40
Expense: $2,370.00
Net:
$ 740.40
CACT will contract with the contractor to provide Manufacturing Skills - Blue Print Reading, GD&T and Design and Layout training programs under the State Employment Training Programs Contract #ET06-0112.
2. Health Sciences & Athletic Division
The Health Sciences and Athletic Division, in cooperation with various local medical facilities, provide students the opportunity to participate in clinical experiences.
Contractor
Dates of Services
Contract Amount
Centinela Freeman Regional
5/1/06-4/30/09
No Cost
Medical Center
This affiliation agreement provides ECC Students enrolled in the Radiologic Technology
Program the benefits of educational facilities for practical experience in clinical services.
Harbor-UCLA Medical
5/1/06-5/1/11
No Cost
Foundation, Inc.
This affiliation agreement provides ECC nursing students enrolled in Women's Health and
Perinatal Group the benefits of educational facilities for practical experience in clinical
services.
Imperial Crest Healthcare Center
4/1/06-4/1/11
No Cost
This affiliation agreement provides ECC students enrolled in the Nursing and Allied Health Programs the benefits of educational facilities for practical experience in clinical services.
Presbyterian Intercommunity
4/21/06-4/21/08
No Cost
Hospital
This affiliation agreement provides ECC students enrolled in the Paramedic, Allied Health
and Nursing Programs the benefit of educational facilities for practical experience in clinical
services.
June 19, 2006
Administrative Services 3
Serra Medical Center
4/1/06-4/1/11
No Cost
This affiliation agreement provides ECC students enrolled in the Nursing Department Internship Program the benefit of educational facilities for practical experience in clinical services.
University of Phoenix
7/1/06-7/1/09
No Cost
This affiliation agreement provides Clinical Educational Experiences under the supervision
of El Camino College Nursing faculty for students enrolled in the University of Phoenix's
Nursing Program. The University of Phoenix students are obtaining a Masters Degree in
Nursing Education in preparation for a teaching career.
F. CONTRACTS $65,100 OR HIGHER It is recommended that the Board of Trustees, in accordance with Board Policy 6340, approve the District entering into the following agreements with the following contractors and that the Vice President - Administrative Services, or his designee, be authorized to execute the necessary documents.
1. Community Advancement Division The Community Advancement Division provides contract training to private industry consistent with the California State Education Department's emphasis on economic development. The ECC Workplace Learning Resource Center (WpLRC) serves in offering targeted job skills training and retraining to assist businesses and individuals in their efforts to remain competitive. The Center for Applied Competitive Technologies (CACT) is to improve the competitiveness of small and medium-sized manufacturing and engineering companies by fortifying sound manufacturing technologies and by supporting the development of a skilled workforce.
Contractor
Dates of Services Contract Amount
Centinela Freeman Academy of Health Sciences, Inc.
6/23/06-6/23/07
Income: $540,000 Expenses: $360,000 Net: $180,000
This agreement is a renewal of previous agreement Board Approved on July 18, 2005. The ECC Business Training Center will provide an accelerated 18-22 month private pay nursing program at the Centinela Freeman Regional Medical Center.
Ernest Jewell
7/1/06-6/30/07 Not To Exceed: $105,000
The contractor will provide training courses in Blueprint Reading for the CACT on-site at contract companies.
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Carlos Conejo
7/1/06-6/30/07
Not To Exceed: $70,000
The contractor will provide on-site training courses for companies under contract with the CACT.
Deborah Imonti
7/1/06-6/30/07
Not To Exceed: $80,000
The contractor will develop, market and monitor contract training contracts, including State of California Employment Training and Panel (ETP) contracts with companies doing business with the El Camino College Business Training Center. The contractor will coordinate the training taking place at various companies and will also generate on-going reports to the State regarding the progress and completion of ETP contracts.
3. Industry and Technology Division The division, under its Fire Fighter & Emergency Technology Program, provides fire-fighter inservice training courses.
Contractor
Dates of Services Contract Amount
Santa Monica Fire Department
6/1/06-continuing
Income: $190,000
Expense: $ 75,000
Net:
$115,000
The contractor will furnish facilities, provide instructor of record, evaluate students and cooperate with the District to ensure personnel, equipment and materials used comply with instructional programs for firefighters.
G. RESOLUTION­NATIONAL INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (NIMS) It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the District to develop compliance requirements of NIMS, in accordance with a new federal requirement from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), under Homeland Security Presidential Directive (HSPD) ­ 5, Management of Domestic Incidents. NIMS is similar to California's Standardized Emergency Management System (SEMS), that was adopted through legislation and regulation in the 1990's and of which El Camino Community College District has been utilizing and in compliance with since that time. Conversion to NIMS allows the District to be in compliance with Federal regulation and to be eligible to apply for federal preparedness assistance.
H. PURCHASE ORDERS AND BLANKET PURCHASE ORDERS
It is recommended that all purchase orders and blanket purchase orders be ratified as shown.
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P.O.
Number
Vendor Name
Site Name
Description
P.O. Cost
P0082467 P0082468 P0082469 P0082470 P0082471 P0082472 P0082473 P0082474 P0082475 P0082476 P0082477 P0082479 P0082480 P0082481 P0082482 P0082483 P0082484 P0082485 P0082486 P0082487 P0082488 P0082489 P0082490 P0082491 P0082492 P0082493 P0082494 P0082495 P0082496 P0082497 P0082499 P0082500 P0082501 P0082502 P0082503 P0082504
Mass Press
Counseling Office
Non-Instruct Supplies
Texas Instruments Data Book information technology Computer Software Account
Mass Press
Division Office Math Instructional Supplies
Offside Sports
Resp Therapy
Non-Instruct Supplies
Taiko Project
Staff Diversity
Contract Services
Chemsearch
Electric Shop
Non-Instruct Supplies
American Express Travel
Information Technology Transportation/ Mileage
Rotary Club of Hawthorne
President'sOffice
Dues And Memberships
Linseis
Chemistry
Instructional Supplies
E.D. Luce Packaging
Chemistry
Instructional Supplies
City of Inglewood
Fire Tech Donations Instructional Supplies
Baxter health care Corp.
Nursing
Fundraising
Boise Cascade
EOPS
Non-Instruct Supplies
Sargent Welch Scientific
Chemistry
Instructional Supplies
Xpedx Paper & Graphics
Warehouse
Inventories, Stores, Prep
Solutions Safety Services
P4E Inglewood Fire Repairs - Instructional
Computer 3G
VATEA I&T
New Equipment - Instruction
Mcmaster Carr
VATEA I&T
New Equipment - Instruction
Airgas
Nursing
Fundraising
Pegasus Press Inc.
El Camino Language Printing
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Nursing
Fundraising
Under the Sun Promotions
EOPS
Non-Instruct Supplies
Under the Sun Promotions
EOPS
Non-Instruct Supplies
New Readers Press
El Camino Language Publications/ Periodicals
Ises Japan Fukusho Osaka Bldg. El Camino Language Publications/ Periodicals
Academic Senate for California Academic Senate
Dues And Memberships
3rd Heaven Marketing
VTEA Title II Tech
Non-Instruct Supplies
CDW-G
Staff Diversity
New Equipment ­ Noninstruc.
Fisher Scientific Education Mater Life Sciences
Instructional Supplies
Staywell
Parking-Student Perm Publications/ Periodicals
Daily Breeze, the
Administration
Other Services And Expense
Inglewood Today Magazine
Administration
Other Services And Expense
Mass Press
WRIEC Year 1 (Former Non-Instruct Supplies
Sirchie Fingerprint Lab
Parking-Student Perm Non-Instruct Supplies
Brian Zimmerman Photo
Parking-Student Perm Non-Instruct Supplies
Pacific Coachways
TANF
Transportation/ Mileage
$59.48 $1,755.00 $59.48 $431.92 $500.00 $160.32 $87.72 $90.00 $139.49 $260.01 $1,233.68 $248.98 $1,647.55 $2,147.56 $4,156.80 $191.30 $259.79 $2,104.08 $63.06 $1,254.62 $42.83 $3,091.56 $633.31 $250.65 $200.00 $291.31 $522.36 $1,460.55 $9,785.69 $70.90 $3,872.05 $3,960.00 $59.48 $1,418.94 $2,385.84 $327.13
P0082506 P0082507 P0082508 P0082509 P0082510 P0082511 P0082512 P0082513 P0082514 P0082515 P0082516 P0082517 P0082518 P0082519 P0082520 P0082521 P0082522 P0082523 P0082524 P0082525 P0082528 P0082529 P0082530 P0082531 P0082532 P0082533 P0082534 P0082535 P0082536 P0082537 P0082538 P0082539 P0082540 P0082541 P0082542 P0082543 P0082544
American Assoc. of Woodturner Construction Technol Dues And Memberships
American Woodworker
Construction Technol Publications Periodicals
Yale Chase Materials Handling Automotive Shop
Non-Instruct Supplies
Boise Cascade
Lock Shop
Non-Instruct Supplies
Wesco Party & Special Events Trust Career Expo
Fundraising
Shredder Specialties
Admissions/Records Repairs Noninstructional
Mark Hullibarger
Ctr for Arts Product Center For The Arts Techn
Grainger
Ctr for Arts Product Non-Instruct Supplies
Amazon.Com Corporate Credit Career & Tech Ed
Instructional Supplies
Duncan USA, LLC
VATEA I&T
Instructional Supplies
Hobby Engineering
VATEA I&T
Instructional Supplies
Destyn M. LaPorte
El Camino Language Field Trip Expense
Grizzly Industrial
Ctr for Arts Product Non-Instruct Supplies
Grizzly Industrial
Ctr for Arts Product Non-Instruct Supplies
S & B Food Services Catering Contract Education
Non-Instruct Supplies
US Digital
VATEA I&T
Instructional Supplies
Xylotex
VATEA I&T
Instructional Supplies
Mouser Electronics
VATEA I&T
Instructional Supplies
Geckodrive, Inc.
VATEA I&T
Instructional Supplies
Vetra Systems
VATEA I&T
Instructional Supplies
CIT
Special Resource Cen Conferences Other
Academic Senate for California Student Affairs
Conferences - Student
Tracs
Ctr for Arts Promo
Multi Media Advertising
Sitler's Suppliers, Inc.
Ctr for Arts Product Non-Instruct Supplies
Paradise Awards
Health Sciences
Fundraising
California Pro Sports
Resp Therapy
Non-Instruct Supplies
C & H Sales Company
Machine Tool Technol Instructional Supplies
Entertainment Lighting Service Div Office Fine Arts Instructional Supplies
PC Mall Gov Inc.
Humanities
Instr. Comp Equip
MCM Electronics
Humanities
Instr. Comp Equip
Computerland of Silicon Valley Div Office Humanities Instructional Supplies
Mid City Mailing Services
Ctr for Arts Promo
Multi Media Advertising
Torrance Postmaster
Ctr for Arts Promo
Multi Media Advertising
Torrance Postmaster
Fine Arts
Non-Instruct Supplies
Party Pleasers
EOPS CARE
Non-Instruct Supplies
Derek E. Poepoe
Ctr for Arts Product Non-Instruct Supplies
S & B Food Services Catering VTEA - Institutional Conferences Other
$130.00 $22.98 $1,030.27 $95.26 $1,843.00 $272.69 $130.00 $281.45 $36.29 $769.90 $222.39 $1,734.00 $156.37 $99.25 $30.00 $137.99 $163.96 $151.33 $491.38 $158.39 $300.00 $2,975.00 $2,000.00 $741.08 $303.32 $438.67 $165.98 $4,491.45 $625.81 $406.98 $730.69 $325.00 $214.14 $465.70 $599.00 $519.60 $258.83
P0082545 P0082546 P0082547 P0082548 P0082549 P0082550 P0082551 P0082552 P0082553 P0082554 P0082555 P0082556 P0082557 P0082558 P0082559 P0082560 P0082561 P0082563 P0082565 P0082566 P0082567 P0082568 P0082569 P0082570 P0082571 P0082572 P0082573 P0082574 P0082575 P0082576 P0082577 P0082578 P0082580 P0082581 P0082582 P0082583 P0082584
Connect TV
Audio/Visual
Repairs - Instructional
Smarthomes
LEARNING CENTER
Instructional Supplies
Office Depot
Learning Center
Instructional Supplies
One World Globes & Maps
Learning Center
Instructional Supplies
Matthew Bender Publisher
Div Office Instr. Se
Library Books
Information Today, Inc.
Div Office Instr. Se
Library Books
Nolo Press
Div Office Instr. Se
Library Books
Thomson Gale
Div Office Instr. Se
Library Books
Midwest Library
Div Office Instr. Se
Library Books
The Paton Group
Information Technology Computer Software Account
ASCAP S & E Licensing
Div Office Fine Arts Miscellaneous
Barrett Robinson Inc.
Administrative Serv. Non-Instruct Supplies
Celestron International
Astronomy
Instructional Supplies
Brinks Home Security, Inc.
Div Office Instr. Se
Other Services And Expense
Parker & Covert Llp
Institutional Service Legal
Coursey Enterprises, Inc.
Nursing
Fundraising
Laerdal Medical
Nursing
Fundraising
Craig Medical International
Nursing
Fundraising
Fisher Educational Materials Div Nursing
Fundraising
Ecolab, Inc.
Nursing
Fundraising
Dell Marketing L. P.
VATEA I&T
New Computer Equipment-Ins
Discount Two-Way Radio
Technical Services
Repairs Parts And Supplies
American Psychological Assoc. Div Office BSSC
Non-Instruct Supplies
CCS Presentation Systems, Inc. Nursing
Fundraising
Mcm Electronics Parts
Technical Services
Repairs Parts And Supplies
Parks Medical Electronics
Nursing
Fundraising
Craig Medical International
Nursing
Fundraising
Armstrong Medical Industries Nursing
Fundraising
Nasco
Nursing
Fundraising
Electronix Express
VATEA I&T
New Computer Equipment-Ins
Dell Marketing L. P.
Technical Services
Repairs Parts And Supplies
Spinitar Presentation Products Anthropology
Instructional Supplies
PC Mall Gov Inc.
Technical Services
Repairs Parts And Supplies
Pocket Nurse
Nursing
Fundraising
Touch of Life Technologies Bio Behavioral & Soc Sci New Equipment ­ Instruc.
Mayer Laboratories, Inc.
Physical Education
Laundry
Tri-Anim Quotation
Nursing
Fundraising
$175.00 $116.14 $558.55 $63.83 $731.82 $541.90 $75.32 $1,135.93 $5,749.42 $4,000.00 $2,719.00 $395.11 $418.12 $83.85 $6,751.52 $2,353.78 $46.62 $9,787.97 $89.84 $216.51 $927.21 $804.50 $117.09 $1,605.45 $1,025.93 $3,593.13 $2,316.55 $3,213.68 $1,094.79 $443.91 $2,070.30 $275.70 $1,307.72 $9,145.18 $7,577.50 $148.56 $783.16
P0082585 P0082586 P0082587 P0082589 P0082590 P0082591 P0082592 P0082593 P0082594 P0082595 P0082596 P0082597 P0082598 P0082599 P0082600 P0082601 P0082602 P0082603 P0082604 P0082605 P0082606 P0082607 P0082608 P0082609 P0082610 P0082611 P0082612 P0082613 P0082614 P0082615 P0082616 P0082617 P0082618 P0082619 P0082620 P0082621 P0082622
Rockwell Medical Supply
Nursing
Fundraising
B.D. White Top Soil Co., Inc. Horticulture
Instructional Supplies
Apple Computer, Inc.
Math
New Equipment ­ Instruc.
B & H Photo-Video
Nursing
Fundraising
Wavefunction, Inc.
Behavioral & Soc Sci New Equipment ­ Instruc.
Full Compass
Ctr for Arts Promo
Non-Instruct Supplies
Oreck Commercial Sales
Ctr for Arts Promo
Non-Instruct Supplies
Harcourt Assessment
SRC Donations
Instructional Supplies
Barnes & Noble
WPLRC - ETP
Other Books
KNX Newsradio
Ctr for Arts Promo
Multi Media Advertising
Lori B. Medigovich
Humanities
Non-Instruct Supplies
Strata Forest Products
Construction Technol Instructional Supplies
Grainger Industrial and Equip. Fire Tech Donations Instructional Supplies
MacChu Pichu Foods
Humanities
Non-Instruct Supplies
America's Trophy Company
Humanities
Non-Instruct Supplies
Jolene S. Combs
Humanities
Non-Instruct Supplies
Greenwood Publishing Group Financial Aid
Non-Instruct Supplies
Riverside Publishing
SRC Donations
Instructional Supplies
MCM Electronics
Life Sciences
Instructional Supplies
Rochester Institute of Technology SRC Donations
Instructional Supplies
Readingmachines.Com
VTEA Special Resource Instructional Supplies
Mobile Advanced Computer Train WPLRC PIC Aerospace Contract Services
New York Food
Cact CA Employee Tra Non-Instruct Supplies
S & B Food Services Catering EOPS CARE
Bus Passes and Food Vouch
S & B Food Services Catering Trust Career Expo
Fundraising
Service Learning
SRC Donations
Instructional Supplies
Enterprise Rent-A-Car
Univ- Silesia, Cieszy Travel And Conference Exp
Diversified Imaging Supply
Photography
Instructional Supplies
Diversified Imaging Supply
Photography
Instructional Supplies
Diversified Imaging Supply
Photography
Instructional Supplies
Diversified Imaging Supply
Photography
Instructional Supplies
Mark Hullibarger
Ctr for Arts Product Center For The Arts Techn
Associated Photo Company
Art Department
Instructional Supplies
PC Mall Gov Inc.
Technical Services
Repairs Parts And Supplies
Delphin Computer Supply
V.P. Academic Affairs New Computer Equipment-No
Epson America Attn: Govt
Art Department
Other Services And Expense
Cole Parmer Instrument Co. Chemistry
Instructional Supplies
$289.28 $236.60 $1,717.19 $4,185.81 $5,908.80 $4,196.87 $756.67 $674.56 $216.50 $3,100.00 $781.93 $1,056.22 $137.19 $325.00 $240.00 $474.50 $202.74 $328.10 $325.78 $519.75 $422.77 $10,000.00 $258.70 $5,280.00 $3,605.06 $470.89 $584.54 $57.14 $438.97 $633.70 $309.51 $260.00 $176.01 $735.26 $2,153.09 $1,267.13 $573.70
P0082623 P0082624 P0082625 P0082626 P0082627 P0082628 P0082629 P0082630 P0082631 P0082632 P0082633 P0082634 P0082635 P0082636 P0082637 P0082638 P0082639 P0082640 P0082641 P0082642 P0082643 P0082644 P0082645 P0082646 P0082647 P0082648 P0082649 P0082650 P0082651 P0082652 P0082653 P0082654 P0082655 P0082656 P0082657 P0082658 P0082659
North Star Graphics
Parking-Student Perm
Eternity Arts
Anthropology
One Source Facilities Group Ctr for Arts Promo
Carolina Academic Press
Parking-Student Perm
Computerland of Silicon Valley Div Office Instr. Se
Hodge Products
Physical Education
Trinity Software
Natural Sci
Imaginova Canada, Ltd
Behavioral & Soc Sci
Crucial Technology
Behavioral & Soc Sci
PC Mall Gov Inc.
Behavioral & Soc Sci
PC Mall Gov Inc.
Behavioral & Soc Sci
Grainger Industrial
Physical Education
Moore Medical Corp
Rad Tech
Dell Marketing L. P.
Math
Cone Instruments
Rad Tech
Source One Health
Rad Tech
CCS Presentation Systems, Inc. Audio/Visual
Boise Cascade
Div Office Business
Boise Cascade
Div Office Business
Boise Cascade
CIS
Qualitone Industries, Inc.
Audio/Visual
Quick Print Equipment
Copy Center
Cables N Mor
Div Office Business
PC Mall Gov Inc.
Business
Mass Press
Career & Tech Ed
Certiport Corporation
Div Office Business
Mass Press
Women in Ind. & Tech
Mid City Mailing Services
Public Information
S & B Food Services Catering Job Placement
Midwest Library
Div Office Instr. Se
S & B Food Services Catering Women in Ind. & Tech
Amazing Balloons
Trust Career Expo
Little Company of Mary Health Parking-Student Perm
Quality Business Machines
Facilities/Planning
G. Schirmer Rental Library
Music
South Coast Air Quality Manage Rideshare
Hth Worldwide Insurance Serv. Univ- Silesia, Cieszy
Repairs Non Instr Instructional Supplies Non-Instruct Supplies Publications/ Periodicals Computer Software Account Laundry New Equipment ­ Instruc. New Equipment ­ Instruc. New Equipment ­ Instruc. New Equipment ­ Instruc. New Equipment ­ Instruc. Laundry Other Services And Expense New Equipment ­ Instruc. Instructional Supplies Instructional Supplies Instructional Supplies Non-Instruct Supplies Non-Instruct Supplies Instructional Supplies Instructional Supplies Replacement Equipment Non-Instruct Supplies New Equipment ­ Instruc. Non-Instruct Supplies Non-Instruct Supplies Non-Instruct Supplies Postage Non-Instruct Supplies Library Books Conferences Other Fundraising Other Services And Expense Repairs Noninstructional Instructional Supplies Filing Fee Travel And Conference Exp
$353.51 $77.46 $3,273.10 $42.48 $160.89 $121.60 $2,760.38 $554.09 $3,285.76 $117.17 $3,738.45 $165.23 $307.89 $8,282.37 $229.34 $106.66 $976.83 $304.14 $400.31 $630.02 $613.52 $3,772.25 $231.50 $107.36 $59.48 $86.19 $59.48 $300.00 $94.90 $5,517.46 $1,059.03 $229.41 $41.00 $300.00 $540.98 $831.62 $144.00
P0082660 P0082661 P0082662 P0082663 P0082664 P0082665 P0082666 P0082667 P0082671 P0082672 P0082673 P0082674 P0082677 P0082678 P0082679 P0082680 P0082681 P0082682 P0082683 P0082684 P0082685 P0082686 P0082687 P0082688 P0082689 P0082690 P0082691 P0082692 P0082693 P0082694 P0082695 P0082696 P0082697 P0082698 P0082700 P0082701 P0082702
Lori B. Medigovich
Humanities
Non-Instruct Supplies
Carolina Biological
Life Sciences
Instructional Supplies
Computerland of Silicon Valley Div Office Humanities Instructional Supplies
CCS Presentation Systems, Inc. Div Office Humanities Instructional Supplies
Christine Stahl
Fine Arts
Non-Instruct Supplies
Andrzej Murzyn
Univ- Silesia, Cieszy Travel And Conference Exp
American Educational Opportun. International Student Conferences Mgmt
Under the Sun Promotions
EOPS
Student Incentive Account
Siegel Display
Ctr for Arts Ticket
Non-Instruct Supplies
PC Mall Gov Inc.
Behavioral & Soc Sci New Equipment ­ Instruc.
Culver Newlin Inc.
Math
New Equipment ­ Instruc.
Medcom
Nursing
Fundraising
Educational Resources, Inc
Nursing
Fundraising
C & S Sales
EOPS
Student Incentive Account
NCS Pearson, Inc.
Admissions/Records Maintenance Contracts
Guest House Int'l Inn - Norco CACT COCCC
Conferences Mgmt
Judith Norton
CACT COCCC
Conferences Mgmt
Academic Superstore PO Proc Information Technology Computer Software Account
Keyline Lithography
Div Office Humanities Non-Instruct Supplies
Samy's Camera
Div Office Humanities New Equipment - Instructi
CDW-G
Information Technology New Computer Equipment-Ins
Techsmith
Information Technology Computer Software Account
Datatel, Inc.
Telecommunications Computer Software Account
Konica Minolta Business Solu Div Office BSSC
Non-Instruct Supplies
PC Mall Gov Inc.
Audio/Visual
Instructional Supplies
CCS Presentation Systems, Inc. Audio/Visual
Instructional Supplies
PC Mall Gov Inc.
Ctr for Arts Promo
Multi Media Advertising
CCV Software
Natural Sciences
New Equipment ­ Instruc.
Maximus
Warehouse
Inventories, Stores, Prep
Displays2go
EOPS
Non-Instruct Supplies
Custom Special Tees
EOPS
Student Incentive Account
Thompson Trophy
Commencement Exp. Non-Instruct Supplies
CCS Presentation Systems, Inc. English
Instructional Supplies
Ewing Irrigation Products
Grounds
Repairs Noninstructional
Docutek Information Systems Div Office Instr. Se
Maintenance Contracts
So. California Material Handling Grounds
Repairs Noninstructional
PC Mall Gov Inc.
Audio/Visual
Instructional Supplies
$781.93 $1,919.00 $37.48 $1,384.88 $400.00 $52.00 $13,950.00 $3,428.02 $121.65 $1,163.94 $3,215.03 $592.41 $1,779.84 $1,311.43 $1,308.00 $74.07 $123.25 $2,712.70 $2,922.75 $2,631.49 $18,727.26 $169.00 $500.00 $51.14 $225.42 $470.94 $517.94 $2,218.85 $324.75 $715.37 $9,380.53 $487.13 $825.95 $1,204.07 $2,495.00 $229.07 $418.08
P0082703 P0082704 P0082705 P0082706 P0082707 P0082708 P0082709 P0082710 P0082711 P0082712 P0082713 P0082714 P0082715 P0082716 P0082717 P0082718 P0082719 P0082720 P0082721 P0082722 P0082723 P0082724 P0082725 P0082726 P0082727 P0082728 P0082729 P0082730 P0082731 P0082732 P0082733 P0082734 P0082735 P0082737 P0082738 P0082739 P0082740
Cook Equipment Co.
Grounds
Repairs Noninstructional
Rpw Services, Inc.
Grounds
Repairs Noninstructional
American Industrial Supply, Inc. Civic Center Maint.
Non-Instruct Supplies
Champion Chemical Company Civic Center Maint.
Non-Instruct Supplies
PC Mall Gov Inc.
Anthropology
Instructional Supplies
Ward's Natural Science Establish Life Sciences
Instructional Supplies
Unisource
Civic Center Mainten Non-Instruct Supplies
Under the Sun Promotions
EOPS CARE
Non-Instruct Supplies
Manhattan Beach Chamber
Public Information
Dues And Memberships
ACCCA
Public Information
Conferences Mgmt
California Community College Public Information
Conferences Mgmt
Southpaw Promotions
Public Information
Printing
NPA
Public Information
Printing
Edits Publishers
Career Center
Non-Instruct Supplies
CPP Consulting Psychologists Career Center
Non-Instruct Supplies
Oriental Trading Company
CDC Instr Materials Instructional Supplies
Under the Sun Promotions
EOPS CARE
Non-Instruct Supplies
Sue Oda-Omori
Counseling Office
Non-Instruct Supplies
Discount School Supply
CCAccessMeansParent Instructional Supplies
Oriental Trading Company
CCAccessMeansParent Instructional Supplies
Boise Cascade
Career Center
Non-Instruct Supplies
Lakeshore Learning Materials CCAccessMeansParent Instructional Supplies
Monterey Graphics
Commencement Exp. Indirect Supplies
Omega Cinema Props
Fine Arts
Non-Instruct Supplies
FedEx Kinko's
V.P. Academic Affairs Non-Instruct Supplies
El Camino College Foundation Community Advance Other Services And Expense
Terry W. Spearman
Human Resources
Employee Recognition
Crystal M. Fuentes
Human Resources
Employee Recognition
Laura A. Landry
Contract Education
Non-Instruct Supplies
Philip G. Cornelius
Student Affairs
A/P Manual.Gen.
Christina Micheli
Student Affairs
A/P Manual.Gen.
S & B Food Services Catering Administration
Workshop Sponsorship
Hermosa's
First Year Exp Found Non-Instruct Supplies
Knorr Systems Inc.
Pool
Non-Instruct Supplies
Stericycle, Inc.
Hazmat
Waste Disposal
American Industrial Supply, Inc. Paint Shop
Non-Instruct Supplies
Scotch Paint Corporation
Paint Shop
Non-Instruct Supplies
$618.31 $450.00 $552.85 $714.45 $458.40 $1,120.80 $340.99 $1,185.34 $125.00 $175.00 $310.00 $4,047.47 $1,864.07 $241.58 $248.75 $592.43 $3,572.25 $25.62 $434.73 $193.94 $514.19 $1,136.60 $4,979.50 $720.01 $887.65 $350.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $75.00 $1,000.00 $125.00 $4,250.00 $300.00 $299.28 $763.40 $688.47 $876.23
P0082741 P0082742 P0082743 P0082744 P0082745 P0082746 P0082747 P0082748 P0082749 P0082750 P0082751 P0082752 P0082753 P0082754 P0082756 P0082757 P0082758 P0082759 P0082760 P0082761 P0082762 P0082763 P0082764 P0082765 P0082766 P0082767 P0082768 P0082771 P0082772 P0082773 P0082774 P0082775 P0082776 P0082777 P0082778 P0082780 P0082781
Signature Party Rental
Classroom & Office Mod Buildings
Leonid Rachman
Recruitment
Conferences Mgmt
Marine Education Textbooks, Inc. Job Development Ince Other Books
Xerox Corporation
Copy Center
Instructional Supplies
American Nautical Services Inc. Job Development Ince Other Books
Yale Chase Materials Handling Parking-Student Perm Other Services And Expense
The River School
Job Development Ince Other Books
Creation Engine, Inc.
Information Technology Computer Software Account
Mass Press
Facilities/Planning
Non-Instruct Supplies
Community College League
Facilities/Planning
Non-Instruct Supplies
Sirchie Fingerprint Lab
Parking-Student Perm Non-Instruct Supplies
Hot Spot Promotions
TANF
Non-Instruct Supplies
MITI Manufacturing Co. Inc.
Parking-Student Perm New Equipment ­ Noninstruc.
Boise Cascade
Warehouse
Inventories, Stores, Prep
Trent Newlon
Job Development Ince PSA Contract Services
Deborah L. Imonti
Cact CA Employee Tra PSA Contract Services
Southland Lumber
Fine Arts
Non-Instruct Supplies
Collette Williams
Fine Arts
Non-Instruct Supplies
Enterprise Rentals
Student Affairs
Conferences - Student
Fortune
Presidents Office
Publications/ Periodicals
Westhost, Inc.
El Camino Language Publications/ Periodicals
PDI Precision Document Imaging BFAP Carry Over
Contract Services
CCS Presentation Systems, Inc. Div Office Instr. Se
New Equipment - Instructi
Super Media Story
Div Office Instr. Se
New Equipment - Instructi
Midwest Library
Div Office Instr. Se
Library Books
Matthew Bender Publisher
Div Office Instr. Se
Library Books
Fancy Floors, Inc.
Civic Ctr Comm Serv Non-Instruct Supplies
American Express Travel
Univ- Silesia, Cieszy Travel And Conference Exp
Pacific Coachways
South Bay Children's Other Services And Expense
Pacific Coachways
South Bay Children's Other Services And Expense
Pacific Coachways
South Bay Children's Other Services And Expense
ADT Security Services
Art Department
Maintenance Contracts
Pauls Photo, Inc.
Photography
Instructional Supplies
Sidedoor Studio, The
El Camino Language Printing
Associated Power, Inc.
Facilities/Planning
Maintenance Contracts
Enterprise Rent-A-Car of LA Transfer Center
Transportation
Marina Hotel Port of Los Angeles Student Affairs
ASB Exp.
$3,972.79 $100.00 $2,210.00 $610.53 $3,330.38 $222.77 $581.25 $12,805.00 $118.96 $19.00 $230.70 $19,643.52 $534.05 $11,691.00 $2,000.00 $6,783.00 $51.56 $400.00 $422.11 $65.00 $28.85 $5,000.00 $2,233.82 $1,266.47 $2,662.96 $859.56 $920.13 $126.00 $596.00 $298.00 $596.00 $246.03 $113.59 $202.50 $736.10 $97.41 $2,281.00
P0082782 P0082783 P0082784 P0082785 P0082786 P0082787 P0082788 P0082789 P0082790 P0082791 P0082792 P0082793 P0082794 P0082795 P0082796 P0082797 P0082798 P0082799 P0082800 P0082801 P0082802 P0082803 P0082804 P0082805 P0082806 P0082807 P0082808 P0082809 P0082810 P0082811 P0082812 P0082813 P0082814 P0082815 P0082816 P0082817 P0082818
Cables N Mor
00-01 P4E CISCO
Instructional Supplies
Computerland of Silicon Valley Academic Senate
Non-Instruct Supplies
Academic Superstore PO Proc. Academic Senate
Non-Instruct Supplies
PC Mall Gov Inc.
Academic Senate
Non-Instruct Supplies
One Source Facilities Group Ctr for Arts Product Non Inst Comp Eq
Boise Cascade
Academic Senate
Non-Instruct Supplies
Commercial Wholesale Electric Electric Shop
Non-Instruct Supplies
W P. Weber
Art Department
Instructional Supplies
South Bay Economic Develop Ed & Community Devel Conferences Mgmt
Little Company of Mary Health Parking-Student Perm Other Services And Expense
Mark Hullibarger
Ctr for Arts Product Center For The Arts Techn
Mary Cunningham
Job Development Ince PSA Contract Services
ADT Security Services
Ed & Community Devel Other Services And Expense
Jin H. Kim
Fine Arts
Non-Instruct Supplies
Robert Schaer
Fine Arts
Non-Instruct Supplies
California Community Colleges Administration
Training
Joseph J. Derthick
Fine Arts
Non-Instruct Supplies
Patricia D. MacK
Fine Arts
Non-Instruct Supplies
Amy L. Wolff
Fine Arts
Non-Instruct Supplies
Nextel/Sprint
Health, Safety
Telephone
Karen M. Lawrence
Fine Arts
Non-Instruct Supplies
Sandra J. Nitchman
Fine Arts
Non-Instruct Supplies
Deborah B. Minnichelli
Fine Arts
Non-Instruct Supplies
Allyson Bates
Fine Arts
Non-Instruct Supplies
Gal Faganez
Fine Arts
Non-Instruct Supplies
Sayaka Takeuchi
Fine Arts
Non-Instruct Supplies
Robert E. Tomlinson
Fine Arts
Non-Instruct Supplies
Nack-Kum Synn
Fine Arts
Non-Instruct Supplies
Keiser Corporation
Health Sciences
Fundraising
Flowers by Sara
Financial Aid
Non-Instruct Supplies
Studio Instruments Rentals, Inc. Ctr for Arts Product Other Rentals
Judy Hur
Fine Arts
Non-Instruct Supplies
Wasfaa Conference
Administration
Workshop Sponsorship
Torrance Hilton At South Bay EOPS
Non-Instruct Supplies
Monterey Graphics
Student Affairs
ASB Exp.
Joseph M. Skelley
Fine Arts
Non-Instruct Supplies
Jennifer Heilig
Fine Arts
Non-Instruct Supplies
$136.90 $512.89 $183.97 $54.07 $1,627.65 $209.44 $416.98 $10.83 $2,500.00 $41.00 $260.00 $296.00 $121.55 $150.00 $160.00 $100.00 $70.00 $75.00 $70.00 $43.45 $75.00 $160.00 $160.00 $80.00 $160.00 $160.00 $50.00 $150.00 $1,350.00 $283.62 $335.00 $150.00 $410.00 $12,398.66 $389.70 $150.00 $160.00
P0082819 P0082820 P0082823 P0082824 P0082825 P0082826 P0082827 P0082828 P0082829 P0082830 P0082831 P0082832 P0082833 P0082834 P0082835 P0082836 P0082837 P0082838 P0082839 P0082840 P0082841 P0082842 P0082843 P0082844 P0082845 P0082846 P0082847 P0082848 P0082849 P0082851 P0082852 P0082853 P0082855 P0082856 P0082858 P0082859 P0082860
S & B Food Services Catering Financial Aid
Non-Instruct Supplies
Torrance Bakery
Financial Aid
Non-Instruct Supplies
Cole Parmer Instrument Co. Life Sciences
Instructional Supplies
Ramada Plaza Lax
SBDC CITD
Conferences Mgmt
Education Mandated Cost Net Administrative Serv. Contract Services
Lauralee Garinger
SBDC COCCC
Non-Instruct Supplies
Celina Rivas
WPLRC - ETP
PSA Contract Services
Susan D. Brouillette
SRC Donations
Conferences Mgmt
Monster for Employers
Community Advance Multi Media Advertising
Zahra Ilkhani
President's Office
Other Services And Expense
Gelareh Eslamian
President's Office
Other Services And Expense
Kenneth W. Hyman
President's Office
Other Services And Expense
Rachael M. Kartsonis
President's Office
Other Services And Expense
Loan T. Nguyen
President's Office
Other Services And Expense
Laura M. Johnson
President's Office
Other Services And Expense
Chunmei Liu
President's Office
Other Services And Expense
Janet O. Lopez
President's Office
Other Services And Expense
DataArc, LLC
Resp Therapy
Dues And Memberships
S & B Food Services Catering Administration
Workshop Sponsorship
Jack J. Selph
President's Office
Other Services And Expense
New York Food
Community Advance Conferences Mgmt
American Express Travel
Community Advance Transportation/ Mileage
Torrance Hilton At South Bay Fine Arts
Non-Instruct Supplies
Oclc, Inc
Div Office Instr. Se
Publications Periodicals
Matthew Bender Publisher
Instructional Service Library Books
Thomson Gale
Instructional Service Library Books
Midwest Library Service
Div Office Instr. Se
Library Books
Matthew Bender Publisher
Div Office Instr. Se
Library Books
Midwest Library Service
Div Office Instr. Se
Library Books
United Oil Company
Hazmat Transportation Gasoline
Celina Rivas
WPLRC - ETP
PSA Contract Services
Education Mandated Cost Net Administrative Serv. Contract Services
West Coast Sound Service Inc. Ctr for Arts Product Other Rentals
Star Silkscreen
Student Affairs
A/P Manual.Gen.
San Dieguito Printers
Accounting Use Only Prepaid Expense
Braun Towel & Linen Service Operations
Non-Instruct Supplies
Pyro-Comm Systems, Inc.
Facilities/Planning
Repairs Noninstructional
$1,825.62 $145.50 $96.19 $59.00 $10,000.00 $42.11 $370.00 $100.16 $1,080.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $400.00 $83.19 $200.00 $241.94 $385.90 $264.18 $4,800.00 $329.56 $231.10 $4,911.22 $1,736.85 $2,588.71 $2,495.08 $592.00 $4,000.00 $6,835.83 $183.59 $15,571.76 $102.05 $217.50
P0082862 P0082863 P0082864 P0082865 P0082866 P0082867 P0082868 P0082869 P0082870 P0082871 P0082872 P0082873 P0082874 P0082875 P0082876 P0082877 P0082878 P0082879 P0082880 P0082881 P0082882 P0082883 P0082884 P0082885 P0082886 P0082887 P0082889 P0082890 P0082891 P0082893 P0082894 P0082895 P0082896 P0082897 P0082899 P0082900 P0082901
C & S Sales
Recruitment/School Non-Instruct Supplies
Infinite Control Systems
Facilities/Planning
Maintenance Contracts
Bob Gann
Facilities/Planning
Non-Instruct Supplies
Strata Forest Products
Construction Technol Instructional Supplies
Dieterich-Post Company
Architectural Techno Instructional Supplies
Southland Lumber
Fire Tech Donations Instructional Supplies
Impress
Recruitment/School Non-Instruct Supplies
Kimberly Wilkinson
Ctr for Arts Product Non-Instruct Supplies
Kimberly Wilkinson
Fine Arts
Non-Instruct Supplies
Scotch Paint Corporation
Paint Shop
Non-Instruct Supplies
Egress Technologies
Electric Shop
Non-Instruct Supplies
Malcolite Corporation
Electric Shop
Non-Instruct Supplies
Newark Electronics
Electric Shop
Non-Instruct Supplies
Lanier Worldwide, Inc.
Job Placement
Non-Instruct Supplies
Cheryl L. Peacock
SRC Donations
Instructional Supplies
S & B Food Services Catering Commencement Exp. Contract Services
Louis & Company
Construction Technol Instructional Supplies
Kramer Sporting Goods
Health Sciences
Fundraising
Bob Lee's Automotive Center Parking-Student Perm Repairs Non Instr
Little Company of Mary Health Parking-Student Perm Other Services And Expense
Dieterich-Post Company
Fire Academy/Emergen Instructional Supplies
Scholastic Insurance Services El Camino Language Other
Life Assist Inc.
Fire Academy/Emergen Instructional Supplies
Wasfaa Conference
Administration
Workshop Sponsorship
Awards Plus
Student Affairs
ASB Exp.
Awards Plus
Student Affairs
ASB Exp.
A & E Trophies & Engraving Behavioral & Social Non-Instruct Supplies
Printer Works, the
Technical Services
Repairs Parts And Supplie
Matson Printing
Warehouse
Inventories, Stores, Prep
Lakeshore Learning Materials CDC Pre K grant
Instructional Supplies
Cambridge Educational Services Contract Education
Non-Instruct Supplies
Paradise Awards
Health Sciences
Fundraising
Paradise Awards
Resp Therapy
Non-Instruct Supplies
NAFSA: Association of Intnl. Ed. International Student Dues And Memberships
Ryugaku Journal, Inc.
International Student Multi Media Advertising
Monterey Graphics
International Student Multi Media Advertising
Getty Images
Ctr for Arts Promo
Multi Media Advertising
$338.67 $2,422.00 $80.44 $1,197.93 $571.21 $476.30 $730.69 $297.54 $904.36 $1,842.21 $103.20 $644.09 $39.32 $352.00 $154.87 $17,101.57 $758.30 $9,491.58 $272.75 $41.00 $87.68 $9,120.00 $774.66 $48.00 $218.70 $313.70 $303.10 $365.00 $3,518.13 $1,213.82 $60.45 $228.95 $407.24 $1,645.00 $1,800.00 $3,377.40 $2,663.89
P0082902 P0082903 P0082904 P0082905 P0082906 P0082907 P0082908 P0082909 P0082911 P0089110
E.G. Brennan & Co., Inc.
Admissions/Records
Keenan & Associates
Purchasing and Busin
Development Photo Lab, the Public Information
Chauffeurs Unlimited
Ctr for Arts Promo
Linda Gonzales
Life Sciences
Diversified Imaging Supply
Photography
Advanced Party Supply
Administration
Gunther Athletic Service
HSA
Pauls Photo, Inc.
Photography
National Roofing Consultants Inc. Roof Repl Communic
Maintenance Contracts Liability - Self Insurance Non-Instruct Supplies Multi Media Advertising Contract Services Instructional Supplies Workshop Sponsorship New Equipment ­ Instruc. Instructional Supplies Architecture & Engineering
Total :
416
$385.00 $9,005.96 $137.86 $300.00 $50.00 $59.41 $765.00 $2,999.07 $319.51 $2,200.00 $604,880.03
B0081824 B0087401 B0088008 B0088010 B0088011 B0088014 B0088018 B0088022 B0088023 B0088024 B0088025 B0088027 B0088028 B0088029 B0088030 B0088032 B0088033
End2End, Inc. CSULA - CSU Conference Legacee Corporate Se EdGate Compansol Bonner Quorum Deanna Quesada Sharonda Barksdale Gayle R. Gordon International Search CRC Sundararm Krishnamur EWDP Support Service EdGate Diversified Imaging E.C.C. Public Inform CRC
Total:
Total POs and BPOs:
Parking-Student Perm New Equipment ­ Noninstruc.
EOPS
Contract Services
Cact CA Employee Tra Contract Services
Title V ECC/SMC Acti In-Service Training
Title V ECC/SMC Acti In-Service Training
SBA Contract Jan-Dec Contract Services
model approaches
PSA Contract Services
KEPS
PSA Contract Services
KEPS
PSA Contract Services
Human Resources
Contract Services
DSPS
Contract Services
Cact CA Employee Tra PSA Contract Services
CACT COCCC
Multi Media Advertising
Title V ECC/SMC Acti Publications Periodicals
Ctr for Arts Promo
Multi Media Advertising
Student Affairs
A/P Manual Gen.
DSPS
Contract Services
$26,300.00 $2,460.50 $15,000.00 $1,875.00 $2,695.00 $2,000.00 $1,518.00 $1,887.00 $1,887.00 $4,950.00 $10,000.00 $4,000.00 $500.00 $10,000.00 $1,500.00 $100.00 $8,500.00
17
$95,172.50
433
TOTAL :
$700,052.53
Agenda for the El Camino Community College District Board of Trustees For Measure "E" Bond Fund Administrative Services
Page No.
A. Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee Calendar
1
B. Five Year Capital Construction Plan
1
C. Project Budgets
2
D. Modular Buildings 2006 Project Costs & Funding
5
E. Contract ­ CW Driver ­ Learning Resource Center
6
F. Contract ­ CW Driver ­ Bookstore/Cafeteria Conversion
6
G. Amend Contract ­ Statewide Educational Wrap-Up Program (SEWUP)
6
H. Bid Award 2005-09B Roofing Humanities Construction Project
7
I. Notice of Job Completion
7
1. West Star Construction/Mala Construction
2. Minako America Corporation
J. Resolution No. 2006-1
7
K. Purchase Orders and Blanket Purchase Orders
8
June 19, 2006
Measure "E" Bond Fund - Administrative Services iii
A. CITIZENS' BOND OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE MEETING CALENDAR 20062007
Meetings will be held in the Board Room at 3:00 PM on the following dates.
July 26, 2006 September 27, 2006 November 15, 2006 January 24, 2007 March 14, 2007 May 23, 2007
B. FIVE YEAR CAPITAL CONSTRUCTION PLAN
Background: As required by the Community College Construction Act of 1980, the El Camino Community College District is submitting its 2008-2012 Five-Year Construction Plan and associated documents to the Office of the Chancellor of the California Community Colleges.
The Plan contains locally funded projects and projects for which state funding is being requested. Projects for which State funding is being requested in whole or in part, are designated with an asterisk.
The Learning Resources Addition, which is a State funded project, is not shown in this Plan because the funding was committed in years prior to this Plan's period.
YEAR 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10
PROJECT Electrical Substation Construction and Equipment Athletic and Fitness Complex ­ Preliminary Plans and Working Drawings *Humanities Complex Replacement ­ Equipment Athletic and Fitness Complex ­ Construction *Health Occupations and Wellness Center ­ Preliminary Plans Athletic and Fitness Complex ­ Equipment Bookstore/Cafeteria Renovation ­ Preliminary Plans & Working Drawings * Student Services and Activities Center ­ Preliminary Plans & Working Drawings *Health Occupations and Wellness Center ­ Working Drawings Bookstore/Cafeteria Renovation ­ Construction * Student Services and Activities Center ­
AMOUNT $4,325,500 $2,268,250 $2,668,000 $13,978,750 $364,000 $330,560 $896,750 $2,387,500 $545,400 $5,169,500 $30,863,300
YEAR 2010-2011 2011-2012
PROJECT Construction and Equipment *Health Occupations and Wellness Center ­ Construction *Social Science Remodel for Efficiency ­ Preliminary Plans & Working Drawings Bookstore/Cafeteria Renovation ­ Equipment *Health Occupations and Wellness Center ­ Equipment *Social Science Remodel for Efficiency ­ Construction *Architectural Barrier Removal ­ Preliminary Plans & Working Drawings *Technical Arts Complex ­ Preliminary Plans and Working Drawings *Social Science Remodel for Efficiency ­ Equipment *Architectural Barrier Removal ­ Construction *Child Development Center Addition ­ Preliminary Plans & Working Drawings
AMOUNT $11,222,000 $404,500 $361,550 $670,400 $4,450,000 $420,000 $1,424,250 $370,000 $2,500,000 $464,200
C. PROJECT BUDGETS The Facilities Needs Report prepared May 2002, established preliminary budgets for the renovation or replacement of the buildings reported in the categories identified below. The Needs Report was the basis for determining the amount of bond funding required to complete the facilities upgrade/modernization program. The preliminary budgets were revised February 17, 2004, when project scopes and timelines were further defined. Budgets were also revised as of May 16, 2005. Also included in the needs report was a listing compiled by division of equipment and technology that needed to be replaced or upgraded. The following table reports expenditures through May, 2006.
Additional Classrooms and Modernization (ACM) Acquisitions (0201) Architectural Barrier Removal Phase 2 (0202) Athletic Education and Fitness Complex (0203) Bookstore/Cafeteria Conversion to Administration (0204)
REVISED BUDGET
EXPENDED BALANCE
5,000,000 1,529,000 15,718,000 6,084,896
705,867 18,582 274,322 138,990
4,294,133 1,510,418 15,443,678 5,945,906
Business Building Replacement (0205) Central Plant (0206) Child Development Center Phase 2 (0207) Crenshaw Blvd. Frontage Enhancement (0208) Fire Academy Structure (0209) Fire Program Facility (0210) Humanities Complex Replacement (0212) Learning Resource Center Addition (0213) Manhattan Beach Blvd. Parking Structure and Entrance (0214) Remodeling Phase Two (0216) Remodeling Phase Three (0217) Science Complex Renovation (0219) Signage and Wayfinding (0224) Student Services and Activities Replacement (0220) Temporary Space and Relocation Costs (0221) *Master Planning (0223) Reserve for Contingencies (0299) Total Additional Classrooms and Modernization
REVISED BUDGET 10,926,189 10,858,000 2,525,000 700,000 791,375 123,000 30,896,287 7,100,000 216,232
EXPENDED 139,877 187,740 30,573 13,418 14,880 1,656 3,077,180 121,824 812
BALANCE 10,786,312 10,670,260 2,494,427 686,582 776,495 121,344 27,819,107 6,978,176 215,420
157,625 8,715,875 6,721,738 2,600,000 31,928,118 2,000,000 30,631,848 175,223,183
74,889 354,234 6,492,115 53,905 545,868 782,451 663,641 13,692,823
82,736 8,361,641 229,623 2,546,095 31,382,250 1,217,549 (663,641) 30,631,848 161,530,360
Campus Site Improvements: Accessibility, Safety / Security (CSI) Asphalt Resurfacing - All Lots (0301) Emergency Generators and Distribution (0302) Emergency Power to Security Lighting (0303) Entrance - Redondo Beach Blvd. to Lot H (0304) Fencing Replacement and Additions (0305) Landscaping and Irrigation System Replacements (0306) Lighting - Upgrade / Replace All Lots (0308) Lot F Parking Structure Improvements (0309) Lot H Parking Structure (0310) Paving Replacement - All Walks and Driveways (0311) Pedestrian Walks at Manhattan Beach Blvd. and Lot E (0312) Security Video (0313) Voice / Data / Signal Site Duct Bank (0314) Reserve for Contingencies (0399) Total Campus Site Improvements: Accessibility, Safety / Security
400,000 2,005,000 175,000 400,000 375,000 2,540,000 2,440,000 1,632,000 8,348,666 2,187,000 81,600 180,000 1,945,181 1,757,784 24,467,231
14,975 17,671 1,365 4,501 2,926 42,403 19,036 32,732 872,601 17,062 637 7,831 84,628 1,118,367
385,025 1,987,329 173,635 395,499 372,074 2,497,597 2,420,964 1,599,268 7,476,065 2,169,938 80,963 172,169 1,860,553 1,757,784 23,348,864
Energy Efficiency Improvements (EEI) Energy Efficiency Improvements Phase Two (0402) Reserve for Contingencies (0499) Total Energy Efficiency Improvements Health and Safety Improvements (HSI) Administration (0501) Art & Behavioral Sciences (0502) Auxiliary Warehouse (0504) Communications (0507) Construction Technology (0508) Domestic Water System (0509) Facilities and Receiving (0510) Fire Alarm (0511) Firelines (0512) Hazardous Materials Abatement (0513) Library (0515) Marsee Auditorium (0516) Math & Computer Sciences (0517) Music (0518) Natural Gas System (0519) North Gymnasium (0520) Physical Education and Men's Shower (0521) Planetarium (0522) Pool and Health Center (0523) Primary Electrical Distribution System (0524) Reimbursements (0525) Security Systems (0526) Sewer System (0527) Social Sciences (0528) Storm Drain System (0530) Technical Arts (0531) Shops (0533) Reserve for Contingencies (0599) total health and Safety Improvements Information Technology and Equipment (ITE) Behavioral and Social Sciences (0601) Business (0602) Facilities Planning and Services (0603)
REVISED BUDGET
EXPENDED BALANCE
2,818,000 215,653 3,033,653
43,000 43,000
2,775,000 215,653 2,990,653
4,367,732 12,247,136 105,042 8,223,354 943,970 2,488,800 1,985,416 780,800 1,837,503 200,000 7,876,509 6,670,843 10,761,643 8,896,846 488,000 3,248,993 4,216,871 559,465 8,273,592 13,460,000 1,456,353 1,313,664 1,964,200 7,415,520 1,083,909 5,600,000 10,600,000 8,337,328 135,403,489
89,644 289,843 1,305 220,115 16,588 68,622 141,908 69,775 85,268 76,807 421,587 112,806 190,644 227,342 5,698 257,277 67,618 12,921 308,835 1,555,486 1,456,353 30,245 22,629 152,161 12,532 310,721 213,338 6,418,067
4,278,088 11,957,293 103,737 8,003,239 927,382 2,420,178 1,843,508 711,025 1,752,235 123,193 7,454,922 6,558,037 10,570,999 8,669,504 482,302 2,991,716 4,149,253 546,544 7,964,757 11,904,514 1,283,419 1,941,571 7,263,359 1,071,377 5,289,279 10,386,662 8,337,328 128,985,422
654,077 1,143,650 1,925,724
28,167 438,401 283,304
625,910 705,249 1,642,420
Fine Arts (0604) Health Sciences and Athletics (0605) Humanities (0606) Industry and Technology (0607) Information Technology (0608) Learning Resources (0609) Math (0610) Natural Sciences (0611) Nursing (0612) Student and Community Advancement (0613) Interfund Transfer (0614) Campus Police (0621) Purchasing (0622) Phase II, III, IV Purchases (0697) Installation Contingency (0698) Reserve for Contingencies (0699) Total Information Technology and Equipment Physical Education Facilities Improvements (PEFI) Baseball Field (0701) North Field (0702) Sand Volleyball (0703) Reserve for Contingencies (0799) Total Physical Education Facilities Refunding Income *The Master Planning expenses identified will be spread at a later date.
REVISED BUDGET 2,879,046 1,267,690 625,978 1,771,641 14,557,510 4,940,775 723,061 3,063,431 252,651 645,925 141,150 68,500 10,000 12,686,900 4,464,194 3,746,018 55,567,921
EXPENDED 328,212 177,688 150,534 422,712 1,784,540 260,085 134,997 585,119 116,478 169,879 141,150 5,021,265
BALANCE 2,550,834 1,090,002 475,444 1,348,929 12,772,970 4,680,690 588,064 2,478,312 136,173 476,046 68,500 10,000 12,686,900 4,464,194 3,746,018 50,546,656
1,091,800 481,600 12,300 121,349 1,707,049
-
1,091,800
-
481,600
-
12,300
-
121,349
-
1,707,049
5,980,713
-
5,980,713
$ 401,383,239 $ 26,293,522 $ 369,109,004
D. MODULAR BUILDINGS 2006 PROJECT COSTS & FUNDING
COSTS Design & Plan Review Construction Tests & Inspections Construction Administration Contingency Furniture and Group II Equipment Moving Expenses
$159,700 2,180,000 110,000 50,000 154,000 20,000 40,000
Total Costs
$2,713,700
MEASURE E FUNDING ­ Temporary Space - 0221 Central Plant - 0206 Domestic Water System - 0509 Firelines - 0512 Primary Electrical - 0524 Reserve for Contingencies - 0299 Total Funding
$1,244,500 660,000 48,000 200,000 400,000 161,200 $2,713,700
The funding amounts shown above will be consolidated into the Temporary Space budget.
E. CONTRACT ­ CW DRIVER ­ LEARNING RESOURCES CENTER
It is recommended the Board of Trustees approve entering into a contract with CW Driver to provide construction management services for the Learning Resources Center Addition Project. The selection of this firm is based upon two primary criteria. First, the firm has demonstrated competence and qualifications to perform construction management services. Second, the negotiated fee is fair and reasonable for the services to be provided.
The price for these services was negotiated based upon the following factors; scope of work, construction cost and length of performance period. The fixed fee amount equates to 7.7% of the project budget.
Dates of Service: June 20, 2006 though June 30, 2008.
Cost: $550,000, invoiced monthly.
F. CONTRACT ­ CW DRIVER ­ BOOKSTORE/CAFETERIA CONVERSION
It is recommended the Board of Trustees approve entering into a contract with CW Driver to provide construction management services for the Bookstore/Cafeteria Conversion Project. The selection of this firm is based upon two primary criteria. First, the firm has demonstrated competence and qualifications to perform construction management services. Second, the negotiated fee is fair and reasonable for the services to be provided.
The price for these services was negotiated based upon the following factors; scope of work, construction cost and length of performance period. The fixed fee amount equates to 7.7% of the project budget.
Dates of Service: June 20, 2006 though June 30, 2008.
Cost: $550,000, invoiced monthly.
G. AMEND CONTRACT - STATEWIDE EDUCATIONAL WRAP-UP (INSURANCE) PROGRAM (SEWUP)
Contractor: Keenan and Associates Dates of Service: 4/15/06-10/15/07 Contract Amount: $629,106.88 $676,805
At its May 15, 2006 meeting, the Board of Trustees approved entering into a contract with Keenan and Associates to provide and administer the District's Owner Controlled Insurance Program (OCIP) for the Humanities Construction Project under its SEWUP.
The cost of the program is based upon the total value of bid awards. The contract amount approved at the May meeting was calculated on the value of bid awards for Bid #2005-9. Two additional bid awards have now been made for this project Bids # 2005 9A ­ Structural Steel & 9B - Roofing, increasing the total value of bid awards for the project. The increased contract amount incorporates the increased cost for the additional bid awards. At its October 17, 2005 meeting, the Board of Trustees approved the District's membership in the Statewide Educational Wrap-Up Program, a joint powers association, which provides general liability, pollution liability and workers compensation coverage for construction projects. H. BID AWARD 2005-9B ­ ROOFING HUMANITIES CONSTRUCTION PROJECT It is recommended that Bid 2005-9B be awarded to the following contractor in accordance with the specifications, terms and conditions of the above-named bid.
Vendor ALCAL
Bid Amount $578,029
Other Bidders: Coast Roofing Co. Inc. - $616,805 Best Roofing and Waterproofing - $696,794
I. NOTICE OF JOB COMPLETION It is recommended that the Board of Trustees accept as complete the following project(s) and authorize final payment for the work. The required work has been completed in accordance with the conditions and specifications of the subject bid and accepted by a District representative.
Project
Contract Amount
1. West Star Construction/Mala Construction
$65,000.00
Math & Computer Sciences Building Emergency Generator
Bid #: 2001-09
Purchase Order #: 89030 2. Minako America Corporation Fire Alarm System Replacement Phase 4 Bid #: 2005-05 Purchase Order #: 87949
$588,835.75
J. RESOLUTION NO. 2006-1 It is recommended that the Board of Trustees adopt the following resolution authorizing the issuance of El Camino Community College, Los Angeles, County California General Obligation Bonds, election of 2002, Series B. EL CAMINO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT RESOLUTION NO. 2006-1 A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE EL CAMINO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT, LOS ANGELES COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF EL CAMINO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT, LOS ANGELES COUNTY, CALIFORNIA GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS, ELECTION OF 2002, SERIES B. WHEREAS, (see relevant documents at the end of the agenda)
K. PURCHASE ORDERS (PO) AND BLANKET PURCHASE ORDERS (BPO) The following purchase orders have been issued in accordance with the District's purchasing policy and authorization of the Board of Trustees. It is recommended that the following purchase orders for Measure "E" expenditures be ratified and that payment be authorized upon delivery and acceptance of the items or services ordered.
PO Number P0082505 P0089101 P0089102 P0089104 P0089105 P0089107
Vendor Name Site Name
Delphin Computer
Student Community
Staples
Student Community
Boise Cascade Student Community
Cosco
Fire Firelines
Protection Inc.
PC Mall Gov Student
Inc.
Community
Dell Marketing Student
L. P.
Community
Description
& Equipment
& Equipment
& Equipment
Testing
&
Inspection
& Equipment
& Equipment
PO Cost $329.08 $519.59 $866.00 $490.00 $970.10 $1,318.69
PO Number P0089108 P0089109 P0089111 P0089112 P0089113 P0089114 P0089115 P0089116 P0089117 P0089118 P0089119 P0089120 P0089121 P0089122 P0089125 P0089127 P0089128 P0089130
Vendor Name Site Name
Description
Boise Cascade Student
& Equipment
Community
Boise Cascade Student
& Equipment
Community
National
Facilities
Roofing
Consultants Inc.
Boise Cascade Student Community
Boise Cascade Student Community
PC Mall Gov Student
Inc.
Community
Office Depot
Student Community
Boise Cascade Student Community
PDI Precision Student
Document
Community
Imaging
Boise Cascade Student Community
Architecture & Engineering & Equipment & Equipment & Equipment & Equipment & Equipment & Equipment & Equipment
Quality Business Student
& Equipment
Machines
Community
Best Roofing
Technical Arts
Site Improvements
Smith Brothers Primary Electric Equipment
Crane Rental
Rental
American Rent a Primary Electric Equipment
Fence Co.
Rental
PC Mall Gov Humanities Inc.
Equipment
Staples
Humanities
Equipment
Boise Cascade Humanities
Equipment
Capital of South Remodeling-
Bay, Inc
Phase 2
Remodeling & Renovations
PO Cost $835.69 $523.93 $3,275.00 $1,238.38 $664.47 $11,472.89 $431.91 $2,705.17 $6,615.84 $471.07 $2,779.09 $21,762.30 $2,500.00 $523.40 $2,056.74 $2,539.73 $464.24 $428.22
PO Number P0089131 P0089132 P0089133 P0089134 P0089137 P0089139 P0089140 P0089141 P0089142 P0089143 P0089144 P0089145 P0089146 P0089147 P0089151 P0089153 PO Total: B0089106
Vendor Name Site Name
Description
PO Cost
Cal Partitions, Remodeling-
Inc
Phase 2
Equipment
Capital of South Remodeling-
Bay, Inc
Phase 2
Remodeling & Renovations
C & A Floor
RemodelingPhase 2
Buildings
Capital of South Humanities
Bay, Inc
Complex
Site Improvements
Best Roofing
Pool & Health Buildings Center
CCS Presentation Systems, Inc.
Student &Community
Equipment
Electronic Signs Student &Community
Equipment
Accents Plus
Student &Community
Equipment
Office Max
Student &Community
Equipment
Dell Marketing Student
L. P.
&Community
Equipment
AAA Flag & Signage
and Site
Banner
Wayfinding
Improvements
PC Mall Gov., Student
Inc.
&Community
Equipment
Consolidated Fabricators Corp.
Facilities Planning
Equipment
Dell Marketing Student
L. P.
&Community
Equipment
PC Mall Gov Student
Inc.
&Community
Equipment
G.E. Capital Humanities Modular Space Complex
Site Improvements
Southland
Energy Efficiency Architecture &
$7,762.00 $247.19 $3,568.59 $27.11 $13,342.00 $950.79 $669.42 $538.41 $2,576.35 $9,107.70 $389.70 $1,996.33 $2,362.02 $2,309.16 $559.48 $3,845.00 $116,032.78 $1,539,000.00
PO Number B0089149 B0089150
Vendor Name Site Name
Industries
Flewelling & Remodeling-
Moody
Phase 3
RMA Group
Master Planning
B0089173 Southern Counties
Humanities Complex
B0089174 K & Z Cabinet Humanities
Company
Complex
B0089175 T. B. Penick and Humanities
Son
Complex
B0089176 Amtek Construction
Humanities Complex
B0089177 Maas Companies
Master Planning
BPO Total:
PO and BPO Total
Description
Engineering
Architecture & Engineering
Testing
&
Inspection
Buildings
PO Cost $160,000.00 $10,000.00 $501,000.00
Buildings
$135,723.00
Buildings
$6,455,000.00
Buildings
$1,042,000.00
Professional Services
$210,000.00 $10,052,723.00 $10,168,755.78
June 19, 2006
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EL CAMINO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT RESOLUTION NO. 2006-1 RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF EL CAMINO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT (LOS ANGELES COUNTY, CALIFORNIA) GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS, ELECTION OF 2002, SERIES 2006B WHEREAS, a duly called municipal election was held in the El Camino Community College District, Los Angeles County, State of California (hereinafter referred to as the "District"), on November 5, 2002 and thereafter canvassed pursuant to law; WHEREAS, at such election there was submitted to and approved by the requisite fifty-five percent vote of the voters of the District a question as to the issuance and sale of general obligation bonds of the District for various purposes set forth in the ballot submitted to the voters, in the maximum amount of $394,516,464, payable from the levy of an ad valorem tax against the taxable property in the District (the "Election"); WHEREAS, the District has previously issued $63,700,000 of its General Obligation Bonds, Election of 2002 Series 2003A (the "Series A Bonds"); WHEREAS, at this time the Board of Trustees of the District (the "Board") has determined that it is necessary and desirable to issue one or more additional series of such Bonds in the aggregate principal amount not to exceed $150,000,000 (the "Bonds"); WHEREAS, the Bonds may be issued in one or more series, under the authority of either the Education Code or the Government Code and may be issued in a combination of tax-exempt or taxable forms, as determined by the Superintendent/President; WHEREAS, if the Superintendent/President determines to cause all or a portion of the Bonds to be issued under the provisions of the Education Code, then this resolution represents a petition to the Board of Supervisors of the County of Los Angeles to issue such Bonds on behalf of the District; and WHEREAS, all acts, conditions and things required by law to be done or performed have been done and performed in strict conformity with the laws authorizing the issuance of general obligation bonds of the District, and the indebtedness of the District, including this proposed issue of Bonds, is within all limits prescribed by law; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE EL CAMINO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT, LOS ANGELES COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, AS FOLLOWS: SECTION 1. Purpose. To raise money for the purposes authorized by voters of the District at the Election and to pay all necessary legal, financial, engineering and contingent costs in connection therewith, the Board hereby authorizes the issuance of the Bonds and orders such Bonds sold at a negotiated sale such that the Bonds shall be dated as of a date to be determined by the Board, shall bear interest at a true interest cost which shall not exceed that authorized at the Election, shall be payable upon
such terms and provisions as shall be set forth in the Bonds, and shall be in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $150,000,000. SECTION 2. Paying Agent. The Board does hereby appoint U. S. Bank National Association the authenticating agent, bond registrar, transfer agent, fiscal agent and paying agent (collectively, the "Bond Registrar") for the Bonds on behalf of the District. SECTION 3. Terms and Conditions of Sale. The Bonds shall be sold at a negotiated sale upon the direction of the Superintendent/President of the District (the "Superintendent/President") or the Vice President, Administrative Services of the District (the "Vice President, Administrative Services"). The Bonds shall be sold pursuant to the terms and conditions set forth in the Purchase Contract, as described below. The Bonds shall be issued in accordance with the provisions of either or both of Chapter 1.5 of Part 10 of Title 1 of the California Education Code ("Education Code Bonds") or Article 4.5 of Chapter 3 of Part 1 of Division 2 of Title 5 of the California Government Code ("Government Code Bonds"). SECTION 4. Approval of Purchase Contract. With respect to the Government Code Bonds, the form of Purchase Contract (the "Purchase Contract") by and among the District, UBS Securities LLC and RBC Capital Markets (the "Underwriters"), for the purchase and sale of the Government Code Bonds, and with respect to the Education Code Bonds, the form of Purchase Contract among the District and the Underwriters and the County of Los Angeles (the "County") substantially in the form on file with the Secretary to the Board, is hereby approved and the Superintendent/President or the Vice President, Administrative Services, each alone, are hereby authorized and requested to acknowledge the execution of such Purchase Contract, if necessary; provided, however, that the true interest cost of the Bonds shall not exceed the maximum rate permitted by law and the underwriters' discount, excluding original issue discount, thereon shall not exceed 0.9% of the aggregate of principal amount of Bonds issued. The Superintendent/President or the Vice President, Administrative Services, each alone, is further authorized to determine the principal amount of the Bonds to be specified in the Purchase Contract for sale by the District up to $150,000,000 and to enter into and execute the Purchase Contract with the Underwriters and the County, as necessary, if the conditions set forth in this Resolution are satisfied. A full copy of the Resolution document is on file in the office of the Vice President of Administrative Services.
Agenda for the El Camino Community College District Board of Trustees from Human Resources - Administrative Services
A. Employment and Personnel Changes............................................................. B. Temporary Non-Classified Service Employment................................. C. Classified Professional Growth..................................................... D. Amended Administrator Salary Schedule As a Result of Elimination of Positions and Revision of Classification Specifications and Title Changes for Administrator Positions................................................................ E. Adoption and Approval by the Board of Trustees: El Camino Community College District and El Camino College Federation of Teachers, Local 1388, AFT, AFL-CIO Approval of Collective Bargaining Agreement for the Child Development Center Teachers..........................
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A. EMPLOYMENT AND PERSONNEL It is recommended that the Board ratify/approve the employment and personnel changes for certificated, classified, temporary classified service employees, special project temporary administrators and special service professionals as shown in items 1-66 and 1-97. Certificated Personnel: 1. Resignation ­ Mr. Patrick Jefferson, full/time/temporary Faculty Coordinator, Teacher Education Program (TEP), Behavioral & Social Sciences, effective June 29, 2006. 2. Resignation ­ Mr. Robert Wakefield, full-time instructor of Biology, Natural Sciences, effective June 9, 2006. 3. Retirement ­ Mr. Wallace Bower, full-time instructor of Music, Fine Arts, last day worked June 9, 2006, first day of retirement June 10, 2006, and that a plaque be presented to him in recognition for his service to the District since 1968. 4. Retirement ­ Ms. Carolyn Brown, full-time instructor of Music, Fine Arts, last day worked June 9, 2006, first day of retirement June 10, 2006, and that a plaque be presented to her in recognition for her service to the District since 1974. 5. Retirement ­ Dr. C. Irvin Drew, full-time instructor of Chemistry, Natural Sciences, last day worked June 9, 2006, first day of retirement June 10, 2006, and that a plaque be presented to him in recognition for his service to the District since 1987. 6. Retirement ­ Ms. Sally Strehlke, full-time instructor of Office Administration, Business, last day worked June 9, 2006 and first day of retirement June 10, 2006, and that a plaque be presented to her in recognition for her service to the District since 1980. 7. Employment ­ Dr. Kim Baily, full-time instructor of Nursing, Health Sciences & Athletics, Class V, Step 9, Academic Salary Schedule, effective August 24, 2006. 8. Employment ­ Ms. Nadia Lopez, full-time instructor of Nursing, Health Sciences & Athletics, Class II, Step 5, Academic Salary Schedule, effective August 24, 2006. 9. Employment ­ Ms. Margarita Gonzalez, full-time/temporary/non-tenured track EOP&S/ CalWORKS Counselor, Counseling, Class III, Step 10, Fiscal Salary Schedule, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007. 10. Amend Employment ­ Mr. Paul Yun, full-time instructor of Math, Mathematics, from Class III, Step 10 to Class IV, Step 10, effective July 1, 2006.
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11. Assignment ­ Dr. Marc Glucksman, full-time instructor of Mathematics, to assist in transition for Dr. Goldberg's return, effective June 12 through June 16, 2006, to be paid $38.77 an hour, not to exceed 40 hours or $1,551, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 14(m).
12. Extend Assignment ­ Mr. Rory Natividad, full-time/temporary Faculty Coordinator/Athletic Director, Health Sciences & Athletics, Class II, Step 9, Fiscal Salary Schedule, effective July 1 through December 31, 2006.
13. Special Assignment ­ The following part-time instructors to work as Applied Music instructors, Fine Arts, to be paid $55.65 an hour, not to exceed 3,000 hours or $166,950, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2006, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 9(m).
Deborah Aitken Barry Cogert Robert Coomber John Dearman Rhonda Dillon Barbara Dyer Virginia Frazier
Matthew Greif Susan Helfter Rona Klinghofer Kristi Lobitz James Mack Patricia Maki Joseph Mitchell
Victoria Muto Ann Patterson Lois Roberts Manon Robertshaw Jeanette Wrate
14. Special Assignment ­ Ms. Virginia Frazier, part-time instructor to work as Applied Music Duty instructor, Fine Arts, to be paid $27.83 an hour, not to exceed $13,359 or 480 hours, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 9(m).
15. Special Assignment ­ Mr. Kell Stone, part-time instructor of Sociology, Behavioral & Social Sciences, to internationalize his sociology course by incorporating interactive video conferencing with Universities in Poland and Italy, to be paid $55.65 an hour, not to exceed $1,500, effective June 19 through August 10, 2006, in accordance with the Agreement Article X, Section 9(m).
16. Special Assignment ­ Mr. Mike Fenison, part-time faculty to work for Summer High School Basketball League, Health Sciences & Athletics, to be paid $12 an hour, not to exceed $432 effective June 19 through July 31, 2006, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 11(e).
17. Special Assignment ­ The following full-time Nurse Practitioners, Health Sciences & Athletics, to conduct sports physicals, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, to be paid $41.74, not to exceed total of 36 hours for a total of $2,000, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 13(b).
Deborah Herzik
Holly Fall
Deborah Cononver
18. Special Assignment ­ The following instructors to be compensated reassigned time for performing Federation activities during the 2006 Spring semester, to be paid $55.65 an hour, for a total of 200 hours, in accordance with the Agreement, Article III, Section 11 (c).
Angela Simon Donald Brown Sean Donnell David Westberg Chris Jeffries Stephanie Schwartz TOTAL
72 hours 70 hours 40 hours 6 hours 6 hours 6 hours 200 hours
$4006.80 (already calculated as 20% overload) $3895.50 $2226.00 $ 333.90 $ 333.90 $ 333.90 $11,130.00
19. Special Assignment ­ Mr. Pete Moraga, part-time instructor of Auto-Cad, to conduct forcredit Auto Computer Aided Design/Drafting (CAD) courses at FCC Victorville, to be paid at Class II, Step 6, not to exceed $15,000, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 9(m).
20. Special Assignment - Mr. Pete Moraga, part-time instructor of Auto-Cad, to conduct forcredit Auto Computer Aided Design/Drafting (CAD) courses at FCI Terminal Island, to be paid at Class II, Step 6, not to exceed $15,000, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 9(m).
21. Special Assignment ­ Mr. Robert Pandolfi, part-time instructor of Business Math, Metal Trades Blueprint Reading and Machine Shop Calculations, to conduct for-credit courses at FCI Terminal Island, Class II, Step 6, not to exceed $15,000, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 9(m).
22. Special Assignment ­ Mr. Robert Pandolfi, part-time instructor of Business Math, Metal Trades Blueprint Reading and Machine Shop Calculations, to conduct for-credit courses at FCC Victorville, Class II, Step 6, not to exceed $15,000, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 9(m).
23. Special Assignment ­ Mr. Allen Perlstein, part-time instructor of Education 101, to work as Teacher Education Program (TEP) Liaison & University Partnership Coordinator, to coordinate partnerships with local high schools, community colleges and universities to be paid $55.65 an hour, not to exceed 180 hours or $10,017, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 9(m).
24. Special Assignment ­ Mr. Norm Morrow, part-time instructor of Education 201, to work
as Teacher Education Program (TEP) Liaison & Field Work Coordinator, to coordinate
partnerships with local high schools, community colleges and universities to be paid
$55.65 an hour, not to exceed 180 hours or $10,017, effective July 1, 2006 through June
30, 2007, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 9(m).
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25. Special Assignment - Mr. Jason Suarez, full-time instructor of History, to work as Faculty Development Specialist to conduct faculty development training for Teacher Education Program (TEP) faculty, to be paid $55.65 an hour, not to exceed 180 hours or $10,017, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 14(c).
26. Special Assignment ­ Mr. George Rodriguez, full-time instructor of Welding, to conduct not-for-credit classes in Welding on an as-needed basis at the FCI Terminal Island, to be paid $55.65 an hour, not to exceed $13,000, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 14(c).
27. Special Assignment ­ Mr. Kevin Huben, full-time instructor of Fire and Emergency Technology, to coordinate Paramedic Training Program, to be paid $55.65 an hour, not to exceed $3,339 or 60 hours, effective June 19 through August 10, 2006 in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 13(c).
28. Special Assignment ­ Ms. Soyun Ham Kang, part-time instructor of Music, to provide certificated support to women's chorus, to be paid $41.74 an hour, not to exceed $4,258, effective August 26 through December 15, 2006, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 9(m).
29. Special Assignment ­ Ms. Julia Land, full-time instructor, Disabilities Specialist, to conduct activities for Disabled Students Program and Services (DSPS), to be paid $41.74 an hour, not to exceed $4,174, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 14(a).
30. Special Assignment ­ Ms. Dipte Patel, part-time instructor of Education Development, Disability Specialist, to conduct activities for Disabled Students Program & Services (DSPS), to be paid $41.74, not to exceed $4,174, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 9(m).
31. Special Assignment ­ Ms. Kathryn Holmes, full-time instructor, Disabilities Specialist, to conduct activities for Disabled Students Program and Services (DSPS), to be paid $41.74 an hour, not to exceed $4,174, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 14(a).
32. Special Assignment ­ The following part-time instructors of Music, to work on "Joy of Music" program as needed, to be paid $41.74 an hour, effective August 24, 2006 through June 8, 2007, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 9(m).
Name Dana Bisignano Susan Helfter Carol Lisek Margo Martin Bruce Tellier
Not to Exceed (hours) 3 3 30 48 24
Not to Exceed (dollars) $ 123 $ 123 $1,253 $2,004 $1,002
Shanon Zusman
60
$2,505
33. Special Assignment ­ The following full-time instructors to conduct English as a Second Language (ESL) assessment interviews for the Assessment Center, Enrollment Services Division, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, to be paid $41.74 an hour, not to exceed 8 hours or $334 per week, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 14(a)
Alicia Class Nancy Currey Matthew Kline Nitza Llado
Rebecca Loya Debbie Mochidome Jenny Simon Evelyn Uyemura
34. Special Assignment ­ The following part-time instructors to conduct English as a Second Language (ESL) assessment interviews for the Assessment Center, Enrollment Services Division, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, to be paid $41.74 an hour, not to exceed 8 hours or $334 per week, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 9(m).
Maria Bauer Vicki Blaho Ottillie Boboc David Cron Helen Factor Rita Fork Sudeepa Gulati
Aura Imbarus Sheryl Kunisaki Susan Nozaki Jan Shimaura Gary Smith Eric Takamine Xiaowen Wu
35. Special Assignment - Dr. Joanna Nachef, full-time instructor of Music, to coordinate global education through technology activities, to be paid $55.65 an hour, not to exceed $2,500, effective June 19 through August 10, 2006, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 14(c).
36. Special Assignment ­ Ms. Susanna Meiers, part-time instructor to work: (1) Art Gallery laboratory and curator, to be paid $49.24 per hour, not to exceed 24 hours per week for 16 weeks, effective August 26 through December 15, 2006, and (2) Art Gallery curator and curriculum preparations, to be paid $49.24 per hour, not to exceed 24 hours per week, effective August 7 through August 25, 2006 and December 18 through December 22, 2006, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 9(m).
37. Special Assignment ­ Mr. Michael Lewis Miller, part-time instructor to work: (1) Art
Gallery student laboratory and installations, to be paid $49.24 per hour, not to exceed 8
hours per week, for 16 weeks, effective August 26 through December 15, 2006, and (2)
Art Gallery installations and curriculum preparations to be paid $49.24 per hour, not to
exceed 24 hours per week, effective August 7 through August 25, 2006 and December 18
through December 22, 2006, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 9(m).
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38. Special Assignment ­ The following part-time instructors of Nursing to teach for-credit Nursing classes as part of the Workplace Learning Resource Center Nursing Program Contract with Centinela Freeman Regional Medical Center, under Ed Code Section 87470, not to exceed 60% load, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 9(m).
Instructor Cynthia Ashby Christiana Baskaran Lucinda Bramlett Veronica Bruce Peggy Kidwell-Udin Ellen Olaivar Huibrie Pieters Essence Wilson Joyce Wise
Class, Step Class II, Step 3 Class II, Step 3 Class II, Step 4 Class II, Step 2 Class Ii, Step 6 Class II, Step 6 Class II, Step 2 Class I, Step 2 Class II, Step 6
Lecture/Lab Lab Lab Lecture Lecture Lecture Lab Lecture and Lab Lab Lecture
39. Special Assignment ­ The following part-time instructors of Community Advancement to teach for-credit Nursing classes as part of the Workplace Learning Resource Center Nursing Program Contract with Centinela Freeman Regional Medical Center, under Ed Code Section 87470, not to exceed 60% load, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 9(m).
Instructor Terry Agba Joan Ahern Brenda Beall Nina Collins Michelle Griggs-Gabbedon Steven Jones John Lazar Wendy Mbogo Katherine Meese Danielle Naegle Estelita Sencio Suwannee Srisatidnarakul
Class/Step Class II, Step 1 Class I, Step 1 Class II, Step 2 Class II, Step 1 Class II, Step 4 Class I, Step 4 Class I, Step 1 Class I, Step 1 Class I, Step 3 Class I, Step 2 Class II, Step 1 Class I, Step 1
Lecture/Lab Lecture & Lab Lab Lab Lab Lab Lab Lecture & Lab Lab Lab Lab Lab Lab
40. Special Assignment ­ The following full-time instructors of Nursing to teach for-credit
Nursing classes as part of the Workplace Learning Resource Center Nursing Program
Contract with Centinela Freeman Regional Medical Center, under Ed Code Section
87470, to be paid $55.65 an hour, not to exceed 40% overload, effective July 1, 2006
through June 30, 2007, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 14(c).
Name
Lecture/Lab
Nadia Lopez
Lec
Kyung (Mary) Moon
Lec & Lab
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Yasna Ouwerkerk Kathy Stephens
Lec Lec & Lab
41. Special Assignment ­ Dr. Elizabeth Shadish, full-time instructor of Philosophy, to coordinate global education through technology activities, to be paid $55.65 an hour, not to exceed $1,000, effective June 19 through August 10, 2006, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 14(c).
42. Special Assignment ­ Ms. Janet Young, full-time instructor of Childhood Education, to consult for the Teacher Education Program (TEP) activities staff, to be paid $55.65 an hour, not to exceed 368 hours or $20,480, effective July 1 through September 30, 2006, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 14(c).
43. Special Assignment ­ Ms. Inna Newbury, full-time instructor of English, to coordinate Bridge to Teacher Education Program (BTEP) faculty, to be paid $55.65 an hour, not to exceed 288 hours or $16,028, effective July 1 through August 23, 2006, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 14(c).
44. Special Assignment ­ Ms. Barbara Budrovich, full-time instructor of English, to supervise the Writing Center and CAI Lab for summer, to be paid $41.74 an hour, not to exceed 35 hours or $1465, effective June 20 through June 30, 2006, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 14(c).
45. Special Assignment ­ Ms. Barbara Budrovich, full-time instructor of English, to supervise the Writing Center and CAI Lab for summer, to be paid $41.74 an hour, not to exceed 95 hours or $3,975, effective July 1 through August 3, 2006, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 14(c).
46. Special Assignment ­ The following full-time instructors in Humanities to administer credit-by-examination, to be paid $55.65 an hour, not to exceed a total of 208 hours or $11,600, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 7(c).
Evelyne Berman Carmen Calica Alicia Class Anne Cummings Donna Factor
Nitza Llado Takiko Morimoto Francis Bernard Rang Xiaodong (David) Shan Mercedes Thompson
47. Special Assignment ­ The following part-time instructors in Humanities to administer credit-by-examination, to be paid $55.65 an hour, not to exceed a total of 25 hours or $1,392, effective July 1, 2006 through August 10, 2006, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 7(c).
Yolanda Cuesta Antonio Gonzalez
Yaeko Hirano Naoko Otani
Carolina Perez Claudia Prada
Alicia Rodriguez Kanzo Takemori
48. Amend Stipend Assignment ­ Ms. Karin Jensen, part-time instructor of Dance, Fine Arts, to choreograph Spring Dance Concert, to be paid $500, instead of $50, effective March 1 through May 7, 2006, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 9(m).
49. Stipend Assignment ­ Ms. Kim Jensen, part-time instructor of Theatre, to work as Dialect Coach for Play #4, to be paid $200, effective May 1 through May 26, 2006, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 9(m).
50. Stipend Assignment ­ Ms. Rona Klinghofer, part-time instructor of Vocals, to perform as a vocalist, to be paid $750, effective July 5, 2006, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 9(m).
51. Stipend Assignment ­ Ms. Patricia Maki, part-time instructor of Flute, to perform as instrumentalist, to be paid $750, effective July 9 through July 15, 2006, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 9(m).
52. Stipend Assignment ­ Mr. Joseph Mitchell, part-time instructor of Percussion, to perform as instrumentalist for concert, to be paid $750, effective July 9, 2006, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section (m).
53. Stipend Assignment ­ The following full-time instructors in Industry and Technology, to participate in pre-engineering training and program development, to be paid $1,800, effective June 20 through June 30, 2006, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 14(c).
Instructor Eric Carlson Steve Cocca Richard Hughes
Discipline Machine Tool Technology Electronics and Computer Hardware Technology Computer Aided Design/Drafting
54. Stipend Assignment ­ Mr. Peter Abiligou, part-time instructor of Dance, to work as summer resident artist and perform, to be paid $500 to perform and $250 for master class, not to exceed total of $750, effective July 15, 2006, in accordance with the Agreement Article X, Section 9(m).
55. Stipend Assignment ­ Mr. Craig Neumann, part-time instructor of Fire and Emergency Technology, to coordinate Firefighter in-service training programs, to be paid $55.65 and hour, not to exceed 60 hours, or $3,339, effective June 19 through August 10, 2006, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 9(m).
56. Stipend Assignment ­ Ms. Ruby Millsap, part-time instructor of Dance, to coordinate dance productions and direct presentation of dance class, to be paid $476 per week for 8
weeks, not to exceed $3,808, effective October 9 through November 30, 2006, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 10(d).
57. Stipend Assignment ­ The following full-time coaches to be hired, effective according to the following dates, to be paid a weekly stipend in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 11(a).
COACH J. Britoon E. Engle J. Featherstone T. Nelson D. Lofgren L. Pattison C. Stanbury
WEEKS 16 16 16 16 14 16 14
DATES 8/15-12/1/06 8/15-12/1/06 8/15-12/1/06 8/15-12/1/06 8/15-11/17/06 8/15-12/1/06 8/15-11/17/06
TEAM Soccer Football Football Football Cross Country W. Volleyball Water Polo
STIPEND $944 (2 teams) $511 $511 $511 $944 (2 teams) $511 $944
58. Stipend Assignment ­ The following part-time coaches to be hired, effective according to the following dates, to be paid a weekly stipend in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 11(c).
COACH E. Barrigan R. Blount G. Rodriguez M. Fenison M. Houck S. Shaw L. Sherman S. Sheil
WEEKS 16 16 16 22 22 22 16 14
DATES 8/15-12/1/06 8/15-12/1/06 8/15-12/1/06 10/16-3/16/07 10/16-3/16/07 10/16-3/16/07 8/15-12/1/06 8/15-11/17/06
TEAM Soccer W. Volleyball Pep Squad M. Basketball W. Basketball W. Basketball Pep Band Cross Country
STIPEND $238 $476 $476 $476 $476 $476 $476 $238
59. Employment ­ The following part-time Clinical Psychologists, Health Sciences & Athletics, to be hired as needed in Student Health Services, not to exceed a total of 24 hours per week, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, to be paid $55.65 an hour, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 9(e).
Instructor Ruth Taylor Sally Emery
Not to exceed 24 hours 12 hours
60. Employment ­ The following part-time Nurse Practitioners, Health Sciences & Athletics, to be hired as needed in Student Health Services, not to exceed a total of 24 hours per week, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, to be paid in accordance with the Agreement Article X, Section 9(e).
Melanie Bronstein
Linda Goldman
Nancy Lee
61. Employment ­ The following part-time Nurse Practitioners, Health Sciences & Athletics, to be hired as needed to conduct sports physicals, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, to be paid in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 9(e).
Melanie Bronstein
Linda Goldman
Nancy Lee
62. Employment ­ The following part-time/temporary Librarians to be hired as needed for the Summer 2006 session.
Donald Brown Edward Martinez Vince Robles
Claudia Striepe Jane Terry Douglas Thompson
63. Employment ­ The following non-regular (on-call) part-time/temporary Counselors to be hired as needed, not to exceed 24 hours per week, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 9(e), to be paid through District, EOP&S and other categorical grant funds.
Maria Chovan Geralin Clark Juliana Ekedal-Parker
Blanca Galicia Willie Oliver
64. Employment ­ The following regularly scheduled part-time/temporary counselors to be hired as needed, not to exceed 23 hours per week, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 9(d), to be paid through District EOP&S or grant funds.
Eugene Adams Rosalva Amezcua Kimya Anthony Tisa Casa Grisdelda Castro Vera Cheng Yolanda Dawson Joe Dzida Nelson Espinola Don Ferguson Stan Germain
Barry Gropp Maribel Hernandez Veronice Herrera Cathy Lakatos Monica Lanier Tri Huu Le Daissa Lee Rebecca MasonNunez Mashairi Muir Hatien Nguyen
Jimmy Nguyen Paul Quintero Else Reinersten Blanca Rodriguez Lisa Roper Rutina Taylor Dexter Vaughn Xiao Ying Wang Tracey Ziegler
65. Employment ­ The following part-time/temporary substitute teachers for the Child Development Center Teachers in Behavioral Social Sciences to be hired as needed.
Juanita Bush, Class I, Step A Stephanie Gloves, Class II, Step A Jody Jones, Class IV, Step D
Laura Gray, Class IV, Step A Maria Maciel, Class II, Step A Janice Pea, Class I, Step A
66. Employment ­The following part-time/temporary instructors to be hired as needed for the 2006 Summer Semester.
Behavioral & Social Science Marie Butler, Class V, Step 28 Thomas Glenn, Class IV, Step 13 Barry Gropp, Class II, Step 4 Ricky Murray, Class II, Step 8
Jill Pfeiffer, Class IV, Step 10 Sharyn Seaton, Class II, Step 9 Jessica Schilling-Wigley, Class III, Step 4
Business Amy Roberts, Class I, Step 4
Robert Rooks, Class I, Step 7
Fine Arts Cynthia Bahti, Class II, Step 24 Dana Bisignano, Class II, Step 5 Mary Drobny, Class IV, Step 13 Jamie Hammond, Class II, Step 4 Heidi Hinds (Gornto), Class IV, Step 8
Smith Joel, Class III, Step 4 Kristi Lobitz, Class III, Step 11 Annie Malone, Class II, Step 12 Margot Martin, Class V, Step 9 Gary Robertson, Class II, Step 12
Health Sciences & Athletics Cynthia Ashby, Class II, Step 4 Brenda Beall, Class IV, Step 4 Susan Begendahl, Class I, Step 4 Diamantina Cobham, Class II, Step 4 Yolanda Cuesta, Class II, Step 10
Roland Custudio, Class II, Step 4 Ruby Griggs Gabbedon, Class II, Step 5 Huibrie C. Pieters, Class V, Step 10 Steven Van Kanegan, Class II, Step 12 Joyce Wise, Class II, Step 4
Humanities Joan Anderson, Class V, Step 14 Vicki Blaho, Class IV, Step 14 Agnes Davies, Class II, Step 5 Jennifer Holt, Class II, Step 4 Chopra Monica, Class III, Step 4
Freeborn Paul, Class IV, Step 4 Natalie Ricard, Class IV, Step 11 Geoffrey Robertson, Class III, Step 4 Angela Shaheen, Class II, Step 4 Cynthia Tino-Sandoval, Class II, Step 5
Industry & Technology David Winkler, Class II, Step 4
Mathematical Science Adalinda Avila, Class I, Step 4 Jorge Baca, Class II, Step 4 Astatke Gizaw, Class II, Step 10 Juan Martinez, Class IV, Step 5 Wendy Miao, Class II, Step 11 Alexa Root, Class II, Step 7
Lernik Saakian, Class V, Step 20 Oussama M. Safadi, Class V, Step 24 Arkadiy Sheynshteyn, Class V, Step 4 Erxiang Wang, Class II, Step 11 David Yee, Class IV, Step 5
Natural Science Lynn Fielding, Class II, Step 12
Eilish Marren, Class V, Step 12
Classified Personnel: 1. Resignation ­ Ms. Julie Rae Carlson, Administrative Assistant II, Range 31, Step A, Counseling & Student Services Division, Student Services Area, effective May 19, 2006.
2. Leave of Absence 50% - Ms. Margaret Ginocchio, Student Services Advisor, Range 35, Step E, EOP&S/Counseling and Student Services Division, Student and Community Advancement Area, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007.
3. Personal Leave of Absence 50% - Ms. Griselda Castro, Student Services Advisor, Range 35, Step E, Counseling and Student Services Division, Student and Community Advancement Area, effective July 1, 2006 though June 30, 2007.
4. Personal Leave of Absence 5% - Ms. Kathleen Collins, 83.33% Secretary, Range 26 Step E, Humanities Division, Academic Affairs Area, effective June 19 through July 27, 2006.
5. Personal Leave of Absence 50% - Edward Gropp, Bookstore Sales Assistant, Range 19, Step E, Bookstore Division, Administrative Services Area, effective June 20 through August 10, 2006.
6. Personal Leave of Absence 50% - Ms. Cathy Lakatos, Student Services Advisor, Range 35, Step E, Counseling and Student Services Division, Student and Community Advancement Area, effective July 1 through August 31, 2006.
7. Personal Leave of Absence 100% - Mr. Rory Natividad, Senior Athletic Trainer, Range 37, Step E, Health Sciences & Athletics Division, Academic Affairs Area, effective July 1 through December 31, 2006.
8. Change in Classification - Mr. Rocky Bonura, Interim Director ­ Purchasing and Business Services, to Interim Director of Business Services, Range 13, Step 5, Purchasing and Business Services Division, Administrative Services Area, effective May 16 through June 30, 2006.
9. Change in Classification ­ Ms. Ann Garten, from Director ­ Public Relations & Marketing, to Director of Community Relations, Range 11, Step 5, Public Information Division, President's Office Area, effective May 16, 2006.
10. Change in Classification ­ Ms. Marcia Wade, from Director, Human Resources to Associate Vice President - Human Resources, Range 16, Step 5, Human Resources Division, Administrative Services Area, effective May 16, 2006.
11. Extend Employment - Ms. Wendy Kahan, Toolroom/Instructional Equipment
Technician, (10 month) Range 31, Step E, Industry & Technology Division,
Academic Affairs Area, effective June 19 through August 10, 2006.
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12. Extend Employment - Mr. James Wright, Toolroom/Instructional Equipment Attendant, (10 month) Range 24, Step E, Industry & Technology Division, Academic Affairs Area, effective June 19 through August 10, 2006.
13. Stipend ­ Ms. Kathleen Gleason, Assistant Director of Development ­ Annual and Alumni Giving, Range 5, Step 5, Resource Development, Student and Community Advancement Area, to be paid an additional $400 a month from the Foundation, for additional work assumed, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007.
14. Stipend - The following employees are to receive a $50 per month stipend for carrying cell phone for after work hours emergencies, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007:
Georgianna Levine Center for the Arts/Fine Arts
Jerry Root
Center for the Arts/ Fine Arts
Hector Salazar
Center For the Arts/Fine Arts
Academic Affairs Academic Affairs Academic Affairs
15. Work Out of Classification ­ Mr. Rocky Bonura, Director ­ risk management, Range 11, Step 5, Safety and Health/Human Resources Division, to Director of Business Services, Range 13, Step 5, Purchasing and Business Services Division, Administrative Services Area, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007.
16. Work Out of Classification - Ms. June Curtis, Facilities Program Specialist, Range 32, Step E, Facilities Planning and Services Division, Administrative Services Area, to work 25% as Student Services Advisor, Range 35, Step E, Counseling and Student Services Division, Student and Community Advancement Area, effective July 1 through August 31, 2006.
17. Work Out of Classification ­ Ms. Junnette Fariolen, Clerical Assistant, Range 22, Step B, to work 25% as Secretary, Range 26, Step A, Transfer Center/Counseling and Student Services Division, Student and Community Advancement Area, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007.
18. Work Out of Classification - Ms. Myrna Mendoza, Secretary, Range 26, Step E, to work 25% Student Services Advisor, Range 35, Step B, Counseling and Student Services Division, Student and Community Advancement Area, effective July 1 through August 31, 2006.
19. Work Out of Classification ­ Ms. Laurie Pelayo, Library Media Technician II, Range 26, Step E, to Library Media Technician IV, Range 32, Step C, Learning Resources, Academic Affairs Area, effective July 1 through December 31, 2006.
20. Work Out of Classification ­ Ms. Martha Perez, 50% Clerical Assistant, Range 22, Step C, to work an additional 50% as Student Services Technician, Range 28, Step A, Counseling and Student Services Division, Student and Community Advancement Area, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007.
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21. Work Out of Classification ­ Ms. Beverly Rouse, Senior Clerical Assistant, Range 24, Step B, to Administrative Assistant II, Range 31, Step A, Information Technology Services Division, Administrative Services Area, effective May 16 through August 15, 2006.
22. Employment ­ Mr. Alejandro Mendoza, Campus Police Officer, Range 1, Step A, Campus Police Division, Administrative Services Area, effective August 1, 2006.
23. Employment ­ Mr. Marc Scott, Campus Police Officer, Range 1, Step A, Campus Police Division, Administrative Services Area, effective July 1, 2006.
24. Employment ­ Ms. Lori M. Taniguchi, Administrative Assistant II, Range 31, Step A, Counseling and Student Services Division, Student and Community Advancement Area, effective July 3, 2006.
Special Services Professional
25. Ms. Pauline Annarino ­ Special Services Professional, Range 5, Step 3, of the Special Services Professional Salary Schedule not to exceed 72,540, Special Resource Center/Health Sciences & Athletic Division, Academic affairs Area, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007.
26. Ms. Michelle Arthur ­ Special Services Professional, Range 5, Step 4, of the Special Services Professional Salary Schedule not to exceed $74,620, Community Advancement Division, Student and Community Advancement Area, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007.
27. Ms. Destyn LaPorte ­ Special Services Professional, Range 5, Step 3, of the Special Services Professional Salary Schedule not to exceed $72,540, Community Advancement Division, Student and Community Advancement Area, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007.
28. Ms. Judith Norton ­ Special Services Professional, Range 6, Step 2, of the Special Services Professional Salary Schedule not to exceed $76,960, Community Advancement Division, Student and Community Advancement Area, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007.
29. Mr. Arturo Hernandez ­ Special Services Professional, Range 5, Step 1, of the Special Services Professional Salary Schedule, not to exceed $10,320, Natural Sciences Division, Academic Affairs Area, effective July 1 through August 31, 2006.
30. Ms. Bronwen Madden ­ Special Services Professional, Range 4, Step 1, of the Special Services Professional Salary Schedule, not to exceed $62,660, Community Advancement Division, Student and Community Advancement Area, effective July 3, 2006 through June 30, 2007.
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31. Mr. Wadhy A. Solano - 50% Special Services Professional, Range 9, Step 1, of the Special Services Professional Salary Schedule, not to exceed $45,000, Behavioral and Social Sciences Division, Academic Affairs Area, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007. Temporary Classified Services Employees: The following temporary non-certificated employees are hired for the 2006 - 2007 fiscal year effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, unless otherwise stated: 32. Mr. Alejandro Mendoza - Police Officer, Range 1, Step A, Campus Police Division, Administrative Services Area, to work 12 hour shifts, 40 hours per week: effective July 18 ­ 31, 2006. 33. Mr. Eric Bleuer - Sound Technician, Range 36, Step A, Fine Arts/Center for the Arts Division, Academic Affairs Area, on an on-call, as needed basis. 34. Mr. Luis Bonilla ­ Delivery Driver and Mail Clerk, Range 20, Step A, Facilities Planning and Services Division, Administrative Services Area, 40 hours per week, will drive a school vehicle to pick-up/deliver people and equipment, supplies and other items, do minor adjustments and repairs to automotive equipment and operate truck to haul trash. 35. Ms. Julia Cibes ­ 50% Clerical Assistant, Range 22, Step A, Counseling and Student Services Division, Student and Community Advancement Area, to work 20 - 25 hours per week to assist in clerical word processing, office coverage and workload requirements. 36. Ms. Rosaura Constantino - Bookstore Sales Assistant, Range 19, Step A, Bookstore Division, Administrative Services Area, to work as needed at the check approval station and to assist students. 37. Mr. Robert Crutchfield - Sound Technician, Range 36, Step E, Fine Arts/Center for the Arts Division, Academic Affairs Area, on an on-call, as needed basis. (Retired Annuitant) 38. Ms. Janice Davis ­ 50% Reprographics Operator, Range 22, Step A, Public Information Division, President's Office Area, to work three days, 18 hours per week in the copy center. 39. Ms. Frances DeBenedictis - Accounting Assistant I, Range 24, Step A, Bookstore Division, Administrative Service Area, to work as needed, handling cash and preparing daily deposits and reports.
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40. Ms. Julia Dishon - Program Clerk, Range 17, Step E, Fine Arts Division, Academic Affairs Area, to work as needed and provide clerical support for program and events effective. (Retired Annuitant)
41. Ms. Gloria Dumais - Admissions and Records Supervisor, Range 21, Step E, Admissions and Records Division, Student and Community Advancement Area, to work 32 to 40 hours per week, represents El Camino College on the CCC Tran Project. (Retired Annuitant)
42. Ms. Judith Elliott ­ Accounting Assistant II, Range 27, Step A, Fiscal Services Division, Administrative Services Area, to work as needed, accounting and reconciling in cashier's office. (Retired Annuitant)
43. Ms. Donna Emery - Staff Development Coordinator, Range 24, Step E, (Supervisory Salary Schedule), Staff Development/Human Resources Division, Administrative Services Area, effective July 1 through December 31, 2006, 10 ­ 40 hours per week, to continue operations in the Staff Development Office, not to exceed 470 hours. (Retired Annuitant)
44. Mr. Alphonso Everly - Toolroom/Instructional Equipment Attendant, Range 24, Step A, Industry and Technology Division, Academic Affairs Area, Tuesday and Thursday, 10 ­ 16 hours a week as needed for additional lab hours.
45. Mr. Patrick Fisher - Promotion Assistant, Range 28, Step A, Fine Arts Division, Academic Affairs Area, on an on-call, as needed basis, assisting the promotions specialist and executive director.
46. Ms. Shelley Franklin ­ 60% Library Media Technician III, Range 28, Step A, Learning Resources, Academic Affairs Area, to work 24 hours per week, effective July 1 through December 15, 2006.
47. Ms. Lorena Garcia - Clerical Assistant, Range 22, Step A, Assessment/Testing Center/Enrollment Services Division, Student and Community Advancement Area, to work 20 ­ 40 hours per week, performing clerical work and assisting in CPT lab.
48. Ms. Dora Gomez - Student Services Advisor, Range 35, Step A, CalWorks/Counseling and Student Services Division, Student and Community Advancement Area, to work 20 ­ 40 hours per week providing specialized advisement and other services to CalWorks students, determines eligibility and analyze student data for certification of eligibility.
49. Mr. William Guerra ­ Clerk, Range 17, Step A, Enrollment Services Division, Student
and Community Advancement Area, to work Tuesday through Thursday, 24 hours a
week to provide front office support.
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50. Mr. Jonathan Harris - Student Services Advisor, Range 32, Step A, CalWorks/Counseling and Student Services Division, Student and Community Advancement Area, to work 20 ­ 40 hours per week providing specialized advisement to CalWorks students.
51. Nanette Guindon - Senior Clerical Assistant, Range 24, Step A, Community Advancement Division, Student and Community Advancement Area, to work four days, 32 hours per week covering the office, effective June 20 - 30, 2006, and July 1, 2006 June 30, 2007.
52. Ms. Sunnie R. Hernandez ­ Senior Clerical Assistant, Range 24, Step A, Vice President's Office, Student and Community Advancement Area, to work 32 hours per week.
53. Ms. Tiffanie Hong ­ 50% Clerical Assistant, Range 22, Step A, 50% Secretary, Range 26, Step A, Counseling and Student Services Division, Student and Community Advancement Area, to work 20 hours per week as needed, performing a variety of routine clerical, general office duties in the Career and Transfer Centers.
54. Mr. Matthew Hutcherson - Toolroom/Instructional Equipment Attendant, Range 24, Step A, Industry and Technology Division, Academic Affairs Area, Monday through Thursday, 30­40 hours a week as needed for additional lab hours.
55. Mr. Takeshi Ibata, - Information Systems Technical Specialist, Range 37, Step A, Information Technology Services Division, Administrative Services Area, to work 16 hours per week.
56. Ms. Alice Kennedy ­ Accounting Assistant II, Range 27, Step A, Fine Arts Division, Academic Affairs Area, on call as needed, to prepare, maintain and review a variety of records, reports and documents related to show budgets and general production costs.
57. Ms. Louise Kirst - Accounting Assistant II, Range 27, Step A, and Project Specialist, Range 32, Step A, Fine Arts Division, Academic Affairs Area, to work as needed preparing and maintaining a variety of records, reports and documents and to assist the Executive director of the Center for the Arts with contracts and files. (Retired Annuitant)
58. Mr. Brian Krause ­ Student Services Technician, Range 28, Step A, Special Resource Center/Health Sciences & Athletics Division, Academic Affairs Area, to work as needed.
59. Ms. Mildred Larsen - Accounting Assistant II, Range 27, Step E, Bookstore Division, Administrative Services Area, to work as needed assisting during rush periods, effective. (Retired Annuitant)
60. Ms. Regina Lee ­ Clerical Assistant, Range 22, Step A, EOP&S, Counseling and Student
Services Division, Student and Community Advancement Area, to work 24 to 40 hours
per week.
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61. Mr. Kenneth Lefort - Sound Technician, Range 36, Step A, Fine Arts/Center for the Arts Division, Academic Affairs Area, to work on an as needed basis.
62. Ms. Margaret Lund - Evaluation Specialist, Range 33, Step A, Workplace Learning/Community Advancement Division, and Student Services Specialist, Range 33, Step E, Admissions & Records/Enrollment Services Division, Student and Community Advancement Area, as needed. (Retired Annuitant)
63. Mr. Philip Mariano - Toolroom/Instructional Equipment Attendant, Range 24, Step A, Industry and Technology Division, Academic Affairs Area, Monday through Friday, 30 ­ 40 hours a week as needed, to repair and maintain equipment records for tools and equipment assigned to an area.
64. Ms. Terry Moore ­ Laboratory Technician I, Range 27, Step A, Fine Arts Division, Academic Affairs Area, to work as needed, 30 hours per week providing lab support for photo lab.
65. Ms. Harumi Nakao ­ Lead Accounting Technician, Range 34, Step D, Bookstore Division, Administrative Service Area, to work as needed, two days per week, not to exceed 960 hours assisting the cashiers and the accounting assistant with daily deposits, effective. (Retired Annuitant).
66. Ms. Sandra Nash - Student Services Technician, Range 28, Step A, Special Resource Center/Health Sciences & Athletics Division, Academic Affairs Area, on- call as needed providing DSPS technical assistance.
67. Mr. Hong-Linh Nguyen ­ Data Entry Operator, Range 18, Step A, Financial Aid/Enrollment Services Division, Student and Community Advancement Area, hours vary.
68. Ms. Yoko Nishikawa ­ Clerk, Range 17, Step A, Assessment/Testing Center/Enrollment Services Division, Student and Community Advancement Area, to assist in clerical work and in the lab, 20 ­ 40 hours per week.
69. Mr. Ezekiel Ortega ­ Toolroom/Instructional Equipment Attendant, Range 24, Step A, Industry & Technology Division, Academic Affairs Area, to work as needed, up to 12 hours per week.
70. Ms. Lorena Perez - Student Services Advisor, Range 32, Step A, CalWorks/Counseling and Student Services Division, Student and Community Advancement Area, to work 20 ­ 40 hours per week providing specialized advisement to CARE students.
71. Mr. Derek Poepoe - Promotion Assistant, Range 28, Step A, Fine Arts Division,
Academic Affairs Area, on an on-call, as needed basis, assisting the Promotions
Specialist and Executive Director for the Center of the Arts.
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72. Ms. Mildred Pullman ­ Clerical Assistant, Range 22, Step E, Mathematical Sciences Division, Academic Affairs Area, to work 15 hours per week to provide evening and Saturday morning coverage in the division office.
73. Ms. Nancy Quezada - Clerical Assistant, Range 22, Step A, CalWorks/Counseling and Student Services Division, Student and Community Advancement Area, to work 24 ­ 40 hours a week assisting students.
74. Ms. Jane Richmond ­ 40% Senior Clerical Assistant, Range 24, Step A, Staff Development/Human Resources Division, Administrative Services Area, two days, 16 hours per week effective July 1 through December 30, 2006.
75. Ms. Jane Richmond ­ Fine Arts Program Clerk, Range 17, Step A, Learning Resources, Academic Affairs Area, to work as needed in the Music Library.
76. Ms. Stephanie Rodriguez - 100% Temporary Interim Director of Workforce Education, Range 11, Step 5, Workforce Education/Community Advancement Division, Student and Community Advancement Area.
77. Ms. Alin Sanchez ­ Clerical Assistant, Range 22, Step A, Bookstore Division, Administrative Services Area, to work as needed, 20 hours per week assisting in the office, answering phones, customer service, and the processing of the CalWorks/Gain forms.
78. Ms. Alin Sanchez ­ Senior Clerical Assistant, Range 24, Step A, Community Advancement Division, Student and Community Advancement Area, to work 32 hours a week effective June 20 ­ 30, 2006, and July 1, 2006 ­ June 30, 2007.
79. Ms. Pamela Scottini ­ 50% Reprographics Operator, Range 22, Step A, Public Information Division, President's Office Area, to work three days, 24 hours per week in the copy center.
80. Ms. LaTasha Short ­ Project Specialist I, Range 32, Step A, CalWorks/Counseling and Student Services Division, Student and Community Area, to work as needed performing various report and statistical functions.
81. Mr. Scott Sikes - Groundskeeper/Gardener II, Range 28, Step A, Facilities Planning and Services Division, Administrative Services Area, to work 40 per week to perform grounds maintenance, gardening and construction work, plant, fertilize and care for lawns, prepare, set-up and maintain athletic fields, and perform routine duties in the installation and maintenance of sprinkler systems.
82. Ms. Lori Taniguchi ­ Administrative Assistant II, Range 31, Step A, Counseling and
Student Services Division, Student and Community Advancement Area, to provide
coverage for the division office.
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83. Ms. Charlotte Thompson - Project Specialist, Range 32, Step A, Learning Resources, Academic Affairs Area, to work as needed, not to exceed 10 hours per week.
84. Mr. Michael VanOverbeck - Toolroom/Instructional Equipment Attendant, Range 24, Step A, Industry and Technology Division, Academic Affairs Area, Monday through Thursday, and Saturday, 40 hours a week to repair and maintain equipment records for tools and equipment assigned to an area.
85. Ms. Sachi Watari - Clerical Assistant, Range 22, Step E, Enrollment Services Division, Student and Community Advancement Area, to work Monday and Friday, 16 hours a week, to provide front office support. (Retired Annuitant)
86. Ms. Theresa Wright - Clerical Assistant, Range 22, Step A, Bookstore Division, Administrative Services Area, to work as needed, 16 hours a week assisting the technical assistant with the student voucher program, answering phones, tying, filing, sorting and payroll.
87. Ms. Xiaowen Wu ­ Program Coordinator, ESL Assessment, Range 36, Step A, Humanities Division, Academic Affairs Area, to work a maximum of 30 hours per week.
88. The following employees to work as Accompanist - Piano, Range 32, Step A, Fine Arts Division, Academic Affairs Area, on an as-needed basis:
Donald Fredrickson Cheryl Graue Hee Jin Kim Eun Hyong Nam
Sherry Reed Barbara Scales Charles Turner Eunee Yee
89. The following individuals to work as Clerk, Range 17, Step A, Assessment/Testing Center/Enrollment Services Division, Student and Community Advancement Area, to work 20 ­ 40 hours per week, performing clerical work and assisting in CPT lab:
Shin Hee Chong Gissell Gonzalez Juan Guerra Kunwood Kim
Nisha Patel Lander Valdovinos Carmen Valley
90. The following individuals to work as PBX Operator/Receptionist, Range 21, Step A, Switchboard/Human Resources Division, Administrative Services Area, to work as needed to cover switchboard and receptionist desk:
Dena Langowski Elizabeth Matusak
Nola Pinter (Retired Annuitant) Katherine West (Retired Annuitant)
91. The following individuals to work as 75% Clerical Assistant, Range 22, Step A, Business Division, Academic Affairs Area, to work 25 hours a week providing customer service:
Marleen Estrada
Grace Lozano
92. The following individuals to work as Custodian, Range 20, Step A, Facilities Planning and Services Division, Administrative Services Area, to work 40 hours per week:
Xiomara Arguello Levelle Bennett Elvira Castro Jesson Cooke Danetta Germany Marcus Grantham
Shaya M. Michail Angela Mobley Teresa Nunez Maria L. Velasquez Maria Vicente
93. The following individuals to work as Dispatch Clerk, Range 25, Step A, Campus Police Division, Administrative Services Area, to work on-call as needed:
Elizabeth Bakaimani Martha Cognac
Michael Martinez Adriana Ruiz
94. The following individuals to work as Stage Manager, Range 38, Step A, Fine Arts/Center for the Arts Division, Academic Affairs Area, on an as needed basis throughout the year, to oversee Theatre Technicians and Theatre Assistants, oversee pre-production and backstage operations of events, and coordinate productions and equipment needs:
Mariam Alario Bryan Bates
Kenneth Lefort Andrew Wolski
95. The following individuals to work as Theatre Assistant, Range 20, Step A, Fine Arts/Center for the Arts Division, Academic Affairs Area, on an on-call, as needed basis, assisting Stage Managers and Technicians with lighting, sound carpentry, painting, rigging, and costuming for events in the Center for the Arts venues:
Todd Adams Michael Boswell Henry Lowe IV Anne Marie Marin
Matthew Mellinger Robert Ory Micah Salinas
96. The following individuals to work as Theatre Technician, Range 31, Step A, Fine Arts Division, Academic Affairs Area, on an on-call, as needed basis, to perform skilled and technical duties related to preparation and production of events and performances in the Center for the Arts venues:
Matthew Alquiza Christian Andrade Louise Bale Keith Berkes
Kevin Bleuer Ronda Brooks Thomas Carter Julie Ferrin
Ffaelin Jennifer Gervais David Gragg Dawn Huntoon Michele Krawczyk Khin-Kyan Maung Alonzo McDonald
Nadia Reed Claudette Rizkallah Dewain Robinson Vanessa Taub-Flores Michael Turner Jennifer Wisehart Ali Vasquez
97. The following individuals to work as Theatre Technician, Range 31, and Stage Manager, Range 38, Step A, Fine Arts/Center for the Arts Division, Academic Affairs Area, on call as needed, to perform skilled and technical duties related to preparation and production of performances and oversee the pre-production and backstage operations of events in the Center for the Arts venues:
Keith Blanchard Douglas Forsyth Monique L'Heureaux
Ian Mitchell Jerry Stratton
B. TEMPORARY NON-CLASSIFIED SERVICE EMPLOYEES:
It is recommended that the Board authorize employment of the following Temporary NonClassified Service Employees, subject to funding, as shown in items 1-198.
1. Cynthia Aguiniga ­ Teacher's Assistant I, $6.75 per hour, Sunday through Saturday (days vary), 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Special Resource Center (SRC)/Health Sciences & Athletics, Academic Affairs Area, to provide accommodations for students with disabilities in accordance with Title 5, Disabled Students' Programs and Services Regulations, Section 56026.
2. Christopher Alford ­ Teacher's Assistant I, $6.75 per hour, Tuesday, Saturday, & Sunday (days vary), arrange six (6) hours per week (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Music/Fine Arts, Academic Affairs Area, to provide clerical support for the music instructor.
3. Brenda Alvarez ­ Paraprofessional, $14.00 per hour, days and hours vary as needed, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Extended Opportunities Program & Services (EOP&S), Student & Community Advancement Area, to assist with the process of book vouchers, grant/transfer application fee waivers for EOP&S students, and other duties as needed.
4. Roberta Alvarez ­ Professional II, $37.00 per hour, Monday through Thursday, (hours vary), effective July 10, 2006 through August 17, 2006, Extended Opportunities Program & Services (EOP&S), Student & Community Advancement Area, to teach non-credited courses geared for the EOP&S/Early Start Program.
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5. Harold Anderson ­ Professional I, $18.50 per hour, days and hours vary as needed, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Extended Opportunities Program & Services (EOP&S), Student & Community Advancement Area, to perform a variety of duties to support the contacts of EOP&S students with the EOP&S counselors and staff to increase student success. 6. Marcia Armstrong ­ Paraprofessional, $10.00 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), arrange up to 20 hours per week (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Music/Fine Arts, Academic Affairs Area, to provide teaching assistance for the South Bay Youth Orchestra. 7. Berenice Arredondo ­ Program Assistant I, $8.00 per hour, days and hours vary as needed, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Extended Opportunities Program & Services (EOP&S), Student and Community Advancement Area, to assist with processing files for student's eligibility, book vouchers, and grants. 8. Jaymie Baquero ­ Paraprofessional, $12.00 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), arrange 32 hours per week (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Health Sciences and Athletics, Academic Affairs Area, to check athletes' eligibility on a daily basis, arrange transportation for teams, responsible for team schedules and pictures, and other duties. 9. Jaymie Baquero ­ Summer Camp Coach, $12.00 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), arrange up to 17.5 hours per week (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Health Sciences and Athletics, Academic Affairs Area, to assist the coaching staff with the summer youth programs. 10. Josefina Bedolla ­ Professional I, $25.00 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Workforce & Community Education/Vocational and Applied Technical Education Act (VTEA), Community Advancement/Student and Community Advancement Area, to coordinate projects related to the VTEA grant, implement projects. 11. Susan Benson ­ Paraprofessional, $17.00 per hour, Monday through Saturday (days vary), arrange ten (10) hours per week (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Music/Fine Arts, Academic Affairs Area, to schedule the auditorium; discuss South Bay Children's Choir (SBCC); create flyers and programs for various events; and other duties as needed. 12. Jeffrey Bergdahl ­ Office Aide II, $7.25 per hour, Monday through Thursday (days vary), arrange up to six (6) hours per week (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Art/Fine Arts, Academic Affairs Area, to assist in film/video production classes. 13. Elizabeth Bermudez ­ Program Assistant III, $10.00 per hour, Monday, Wednesday, & Friday, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Math, Engineering, & science achievement Program (MESA)/Natural Sciences,
Academic Affairs Area, to assist with helping to coordinate and organize activities, student files, assist in the promotion and overall function of the program, funded by private donations and fundraising activities.
14. Edwina Biggs ­ Program Assistant III, $10.00 per hour, days and hours vary as needed, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Admissions and Records/Enrollment Services, Student and Community Advancement Area, to assist students on the telephone during web/telephone registration; assist students with prerequisite; and provide assistance to students during the in-person add process.
15. Pamela Blanc ­ Professional III, $55.00 per hour, Tuesday, Saturday, & Sunday (days vary), (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Music/Fine Arts, Academic Affairs Area, to provide professional instruction on the Alexander technique.
16. Renny Bowden ­ Professional II, $36.00 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (hours vary), July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Workplace Learning Resource Center (WpLRC)/ Community Advancement, Student & Community Advancement Area, to work with the WpLRC in conducting contract education training.
17. Kari Brody ­ Professional I, $21.00 per hour, Monday through Saturday (days vary), arrange 40 hours per week, effective July 7, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Health Sciences & Athletics (HS&A), Academic Affairs Area, to work as an Athletic trainer for the HS&A programs.
18. David Brown ­ Professional I, $19.50 per hour, days and hours vary as needed, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Extended Opportunities Program & Services (EOP&S), Student & Community Advancement Area, to perform a variety of duties to support the contacts of EOP&S students with the EOP&S Counselors and staff to increase student success.
19. David Brown ­ Professional I, $18.50 per hour, days and hours vary as needed, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Admissions & Records/Enrollment Services, Student & Community Advancement Area, to assist the staff with various Admissions processing, projects, and other duties as needed.
20. Rose Brown ­ Paraprofessional, $10.50 per hour, days and hours vary as needed, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Admissions & Records/Enrollment Services, Student & Community Advancement Area, to assist students in the application process; input residency; assist in the cashiering function in Records for transcript/credit by exam processing; and perform other duties as assigned for admissions processing.
21. Juanita Bush ­ Program Assistant II, $9.00 per hour, days and hours vary as needed,
effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Child Development Center
(CDC)/Behavioral and Social Sciences, Academic Affairs Area, to assist teachers in
planning, organizing, and managing a classroom environment.
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22. Robin Cash ­ Program Assistant II, $9.00 per hour, Monday through Thursday, hours vary, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Business, Academic Affairs Area, to assist the division staff with the clerical support and other duties as assigned.
23. Rigoberto Castro ­ Paraprofessional, $12.00 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), arrange 30-40 hours per week, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, First Year Experience/Enrollment Services, Student and Community Advancement Area, to work with selected students to increase knowledge of college requirements, and implementing academic and support programs.
24. Pam Chappell ­ Professional IV, $75.00 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (hours vary), January 24, 2006 through June 30, 2006, Workplace Learning Resource Center (WpLRC)/ Community Advancement, Student & Community Advancement Area, to develop and present scientifically based short-term post licensure instruction on the topics of Operating Room Nursing, including but not limited to, the care of the patient during the total operative experience.
25. Pam Chappell ­ Professional IV, $75.00 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (hours vary), July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Workplace Learning Resource Center (WpLRC)/ Community Advancement, Student & Community Advancement Area, to develop and present scientifically based short-term post licensure instruction on the topics of Operating Room Nursing, including but not limited to, the care of the patient during the total operative experience.
26. Llewellyn Chin ­ Professional I, $18.00 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Workforce & Community Education/Community Advancement, Student and Community Advancement Area, to support technical functions such as website development, classroom and special program activities, photo-shoots, outreach program database development, and other related duties.
27. Kristina Christian ­ Office Aide II, $7.25 per hour, Monday and Wednesday, arrange six (6) hours per week, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Fine Arts, Academic Affairs Area, to assist in the jewelry/metal smith lab.
28. Michael Chung ­ Paraprofessional, $9.50 per hour, days vary, arrange 30 hours per week (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, First Year Experience/Enrollment Services, Student and Community Advancement Area, to assist with group tutoring and academic assistance in Supplemental Instruction program.
29. Carla Calderon ­ Paraprofessional, $15.00 per hour, Sunday through Saturday (days
vary), 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007,
Special Resource Center (SRC)/Health Sciences & Athletics, Academic Affairs Area, to
provide accommodations for students with disabilities in accordance with Title 5,
Disabled Students' Programs and Services Regulations, Section 56026.
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30. Brittany Cooper ­ House Staff I, $7.00 per hour, days and hours vary as needed, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Center for the Arts/Fine Arts, Academic Affairs Area, to provide customer service for any given event in either the Marsee Auditorium, Campus Theatre, or Recital Hall.
31. Cynthia Dong ­ Professional III, $42.00 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), arrange eight (8) to twelve (12) hours per day (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, El Camino Language Academy (ECLA)/Community Advancement, Student and Community Advancement Area, to teach Basic, Low, and High Intermediate English as a Second Language (ESL) classes.
32. Renee Dorn ­ Paraprofessional, $15.00 per hour, (days vary), (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Foundation, Student and Community Advancement Area, to assist with managing current programs such as President's Circle, Annual Campaign and Direct Mail, and assist with managing upcoming Foundation events and the Foundation database.
33. Dana Dugan ­ Coaching Assistant, $16.25 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), 2:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. (hours vary), effective June 12, 2006 through June 30, 2006, Health Sciences & Athletics, Academic Affairs Area, to teach various Swim Strokes: Tread water, Crawl Stroke, Back Stroke, elementary Back Strokes, Breast Stroke, jump in and survival float and breathing, assist with safety procedures and communicate student progress with parents.
34. Kevin Duncan ­ Summer Camp Director, $25.00 per hour, Wednesday night, arrange five (5) hours per week, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Health Sciences & Athletics, Academic Affairs Area, to organize and monitor Summer High School Football Passing League.
35. Kathleen DuRoss ­ Professional IV, $68.50 per hour, Monday through Saturday (days vary), 8:00 am to 5:00 pm (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Workplace Learning Resource Center (WpLRC)/Community Advancement, Student and Community Advancement Area, to instruct in not-for-credit post licensure nursing education courses at the WpLRC.
36. Santiago Elisondo Jr. ­ Tutor III, $9.50 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Extended Opportunities Program & Services (EOP&S), Student & Community Advancement Area, to provide tutoring services in the EOP&S.
37. Lyzeth Esparaza ­ Professional II, $37.00 per hour, Monday through Thursday, (hours vary), effective July 10, 2006 through August 17, 2006, Extended Opportunities Program & Services (EOP&S), Student & Community Advancement Area, to teach non-credited courses geared for the EOP&S/Early Start Program.
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38. Angela Farthing ­ Paraprofessional, $13.50 per hour, days and hours vary as needed, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, International Student Program (ISP)/ Enrollment Services, Student & Community Advancement Area, to provide clerical support in the ISP office. 39. Winifred Ferrell ­ Tutor VII, $18.50 per hour, Monday through Friday, arrange ten (10) hours per week, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Mathematical Sciences, Academic Affairs Area, to provide tutoring services in the Math Study Center. 40. Ruth Ferrer ­ Paraprofessional, $12.00 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), arrange 20 hours per week (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Health Sciences and Athletics, Academic Affairs Area, to provide clerical support for the HS&A division staff. 41. Teresa Foster ­ Computer Systems Support Assistant II, $8.50 per hour, Sunday through Saturday (days vary), 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Special Resource Center (SRC)/Health Sciences & Athletics, Academic Affairs Area, to provide accommodations for students with disabilities in accordance with Title 5, Disabled Students' Programs and Services Regulations, Section 56026. 42. Aster Gebregziabher ­ Program Assistant III, $10.00 per hour, Monday through Thursday, arrange 20 hours per week between 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., effective August 21, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Mathematical Sciences, Academic Affairs Area, to provide clerical support for the Mathematical Sciences division office. 43. Sharon Gee ­ Paraprofessional, $17.50 per hour, Monday through Friday, (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Careers in Child Care/Behavioral and Social Sciences, Academic Affairs Area, to support the clerical staff with customer service and duties as assigned. 44. Lorena Gomez ­ Paraprofessional, $11.00 per hour, Sunday through Saturday (days vary), 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Special Resource Center (SRC)/Health Sciences & Athletics, Academic Affairs Area, to provide accommodations for students with disabilities in accordance with Title 5, Disabled Students' Programs and Services Regulations, Section 56026. 45. Donna Green ­ Professional IV, $65.00 per hour, Monday through Saturday (days vary), 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Workplace Learning Resource Center (WpLRC)/Community Advancement, Student and Community Advancement Area, to develop and present short-term post licensure instruction on topics related to the care of the patient in the Emergency Department. 46. Melissa Guerrero ­ House Staff II, $7.25 per hour, days and hours vary as needed, effective June 20, 2006 through June 30, 2006, Center for the Arts/Fine Arts, Academic Affairs Area, to provide customer service for any given event in either the Marsee Auditorium, Campus Theatre, or Recital Hall.
47. Ramon Guizar ­ Program Assistant II, $9.00 per hour, Monday to Thursday (days vary), 2:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Transfer Center/Counseling and Student Services, Student and Community Advancement Area, provide clerical support in the Transfer Center. 48. Donna Helstrom ­ Professional I, $21.00 per hour, Monday through Thursday, arrange 32 hours per week, effective July 1, 2006 and June 30, 2007, Learning Resources, Academic Affairs Area, to assist with the responsibility for the day-to-day operations of Learning Resources Center Basic Skills Study Center and Learning Center; maintenance of software and media materials; and other duties as needed. 49. Wanda Holt ­ Paraprofessional, $17.00 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), 8:00 am to 4:30 pm (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids (CalWORKs), Student & Community Advancement Area, to support daily operations while assisting in maintaining contact with community agencies and other duties as assigned. 50. Yolanda Hudson ­ Office Aide II, $7.25 per hour, Monday through Thursday (days vary), arrange up to six (6) hours per week (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Fine Arts, Academic Affairs Area, to assist in the printmaking lab. 51. Charles Hughes ­ Professional IV, pay rate is contingent on 50% of the final student enrollment, Saturday through Sunday, 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Workforce & Community Education/Community Advancement, Student & Community Advancement Area, to teach not-for-credit computer classes. 52. Tim Hyde - Coaching Assistant, $16.25 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), 2:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. (hours vary), effective June 12, 2006 through June 30, 2006, Health Sciences & Athletics, Academic Affairs Area, to assist the football coaching staff with all aspects of practice and competition. 53. Tim Hyde - Coaching Assistant, $16.25 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), 2:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Health Sciences & Athletics, Academic Affairs Area, to assist the football coaching staff with all aspects of practice and competition. 54. Miriam Jaurequi ­ Paraprofessional, $12.00 per hour, days and hours on an as-needed basis, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Admissions & Records/Enrollment Services, Student & Community Advancement Area, to assist students in the application process; input residency; assist in the cashiering function in Records for transcript/credit by exam processing; and perform other duties as assigned for admissions processing. 55. Joyce Joaquin ­ Teacher's Assistant IV, $11.50 per hour, Monday through Thursday, (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Fashion/Industry & Technology, Academic Affairs Area, to assist faculty with filing, test preparation and grading, maintain web site, Fashion Show preparation.
56. Desiree Johnson ­ Paraprofessional, $17.00 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), arrange twenty to forty hours per week, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids (CalWORKs), Student & Community Advancement Area, to assist CalWORKs Job Developer with student intake and employment activities; assist with full time job search and job referrals, and other duties as needed.
57. Glenna Johnson ­ Professional II, $32.00 per hour, Monday through Thursday, 12:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Workforce & Community Education/Community Advancement, Student & Community Advancement Area, to teach `Teen in Technology', non-credited class.
58. Stella Kabelitz ­ Professional II, $36.00 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), arrange eight (8) to twelve (12) hours per day (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, El Camino Language Academy (ECLA)/Community Advancement, Student and Community Advancement Area, to teach Basic, Low, and High Intermediate English as a Second Language (ESL) classes.
59. Juwarat Kadiri ­ Paraprofessional, $8.50 per hour, Monday and Wednesday (days vary), arrange 20 hours per week (hours vary), effective June 20, 2006 through August 3, 2006, Math and Engineering Sciences Achievement Program (MESA)/Natural Sciences, Academic Affairs Area, to act as a facilitator for the MESA program.
60. Wendy Kahan ­ Professional II, $32.00 per hour, Monday and Thursday, 12:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Workforce & Community Education/Community Advancement, Student & Community Advancement Area, to teach a not-for-credit Community Education class.
61. Kyle Kamrath ­ Teacher's Assistant III, $7.50 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), arrange fifteen hours per week (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Fine Arts, Academic Affairs Area, under the direction of instructor, to assist with the students in the ceramic classes.
62. Patrick Knox ­ Police Reserve Officer III, $14.00 per hour, Monday and Wednesday, 12:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. or 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Campus Police, Administrative Services Area, to assist sworn and non-sworn personnel of the El Camino Police Department in performing general law enforcement duties within the campus and the Police department.
63. Jan Lang ­ Teacher Assistant II, $7.00 per hour, days and hours vary as needed, effective
July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Child Development Center (CDC)/Behavioral and
Social Sciences, Academic Affairs Area, to assist teachers in planning, organizing, and
managing a classroom environment.
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64. Gee Yung Lee ­ Tutor I, $7.50 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), arrange ten (10) hours per week (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Learning Resources, Academic Affairs Area, to provide tutoring services in Learning Resources. 65. Michelle Light ­ Professional III, $53.00 per hour, Monday through Saturday (days vary), 8:00 am to 9:00 pm (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Small Business Development Center (SBDC)/Community Advancement, Student & Community Advancement Area, to work with the WpLRC in conducting contract education training. 66. Maribel Lopez-Dandoy ­ Program Assistant II, $9.00 per hour, Sunday through Saturday (days vary), 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Special Resource Center (SRC)/Health Sciences & Athletics, Academic Affairs Area, to provide accommodations for students with disabilities in accordance with Title 5, Disabled Students' Programs and Services Regulations, Section 56026. 67. Celina Luna ­ Paraprofessional, $10.00 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), arrange twenty hours per week, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, First Year Experience (FYE)/ Enrollment Services, Student and Community Advancement Area, to assist with various duties for the FYE program. 68. Steven Makshanoff ­ Professional III, $40.00 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), arrange 8 to 16 hours per day (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, El Camino Language Academy (ECLA)/Community Advancement, Student and Community Advancement Area, to teach Basic, Low, and High Intermediate English as a Second Language (ESL) classes. 69. Ken Marumoto ­ Interpreter IV, $24.25 per hour, Sunday through Saturday (days vary), hours between 7:00 am to 10:00 pm (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Special Resource Center (SRC), Academic Affairs Area, to provide accommodations for students with disabilities in accordance with Title V, Disabled Students' Programs and Services Regulations, Section 56026. 70. Susan McLeod ­ Program Assistant III, $10.00 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), arrange 20 hours per week, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Teacher's Education Program (TEP)/ Behavioral & Social Sciences, Academic Affairs Area, to assist the TEP division office with customer service. 71. Gloria McPeake ­ Paraprofessional, $13.75 per hour, Tuesday through Thursday, 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Fire Academy/Industry and Technology, Academic Affairs Area, to assist Fire Academy Coordinator with schedules, rosters, certificate preparation, filing, field trip arrangements, and other duties as needed.
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72. Katherine Meese ­ Professional II, $37.00 hours per week, Monday through Friday (days vary), arrange 20 hours per week, effective December 20, 2005 through June 30, 2006, Nursing/Health Sciences & Athletics, Academic Affairs Area, to provide tutoring and instruction for the at-risk students. 73. Katherine Meese ­ Professional II, $37.00 hours per week, Monday through Friday (days vary), arrange 20 hours per week, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Nursing/Health Sciences & Athletics, Academic Affairs Area, to provide tutoring and instruction for the at-risk students. 74. Hugo Molina ­ Police Cadet IV, $9.50 per hour, Monday and Wednesday, 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Campus Police, Administrative Services Area, to be responsible for non-hazardous police services to the students, staff, and faculty of El Camino College. 75. Linda Morford ­ Program Assistant III, $10.00 per hour, Monday through Thursday, hours vary, effective June 30, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Business, Academic Affairs Area, to assist the division staff with the clerical support and other duties as assigned. 76. April Murray ­ Paraprofessional, $12.00 per hour, days and hours vary as needed, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Health Sciences and Athletics, Academic Affairs Area, to teach various Swim Strokes: Tread water, Crawl Stroke, Back Stroke, elementary Back Strokes, Breast Stroke, jump in and survival float and breathing, assist with safety procedures and communicate student progress with parents. 77. Craig Neumann ­ Professional II, $35.00 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (hours vary), July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Workplace Learning Resource Center(WpLRC)/ Community Advancement, Student & Community Advancement Area, to teach the basic firefighting module for the Standards for Training Certification and Watchkeeping (STCW). 78. Ruth Nunez ­ Paraprofessional, $12.50 per hour, Monday through Friday, (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through July 1, 2007, Teacher Education Program (TEP)/Behavioral and Social Sciences, Academic Affairs Area, to support the clerical staff with customer service, special projects, and duties as assigned. 79. Ruth Nunez ­ Paraprofessional, $12.50 per hour, Monday through Friday, (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through July 1, 2007, Careers in Child Care/Behavioral and Social Sciences, Academic Affairs Area, to support the clerical staff with customer service and duties as assigned. 80. Cassandra Olsen ­ Professional IV, $75.00 per hour, Monday through Saturday (days vary), 8:00 am to 5:00 pm (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Workplace Learning Resource Center (WpLRC)/Community Advancement, Student and Community Advancement Area, to develop and present scientifically based short-term post licensure instructions on the topics of Obstetrical Nursing.
81. Naoko Otani ­ Paraprofessional, $15.00 per hour, Monday through Thursday, up to 32 hours per week, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, El Camino Language Academy (ECLA)/Community Advancement, Student & Community Advancement Area, to provide clerical support to the El Camino Language Academy program.
82. Roberto Pandolfi ­ Professional III, $45.00 per hour, Monday through Sunday (days vary), 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. (hours vary), July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Workplace Learning Resource Center (WpLRC)/ Community Advancement, Student & Community Advancement Area, to provide training, expertise, leadership & professional services.
83. June Payne ­ Teacher's Assistant III, $7.50 per hour, Sunday through Saturday (days vary), 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Special Resource Center (SRC)/Health Sciences & Athletics, Academic Affairs Area, to provide accommodations for students with disabilities in accordance with Title 5, Disabled Students' Programs and Services Regulations, Section 56026.
84. Janice Pea ­ Teacher Assistant IV, $11.50 per hour, days and hours vary as needed, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Child Development Center (CDC)/Behavioral and Social Sciences, Academic Affairs Area, to assist teachers in planning, organizing, and managing a classroom environment.
85. Brenda Peterson ­ Professional I, $19.25 per hour, days and hours vary as needed, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Admissions & Records/Enrollment Services, Student & Community Advancement Area, to provide office support with various projects.
86. Sharon Peterson ­ Professional III, $40.00 per hour, Monday through Saturday (days vary), 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. (hours vary), July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Small Business Development Center (SBDC)/Community Advancement, Student & Community Advancement Area, to perform counseling, instruction, and outreach activities assisting new businesses and existing businesses.
87. Donna Post ­ Professional II, $29.00 per hour, Monday through Thursday, 4:30 p.m. to 7:45 p.m., effective June 1, 2006 through August 30, 2006, Workforce & Community Education/Community Advancement, Student & Community Advancement Area, to teach non-credited, Japanese and sign language classes.
88. Maria Ramirez ­ Program Assistant II, $9.00 per hour, Sunday through Saturday (days
vary), 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007,
Special Resource Center (SRC)/Health Sciences & Athletics, Academic Affairs Area, to
provide accommodations for students with disabilities in accordance with Title 5,
Disabled Students' Programs and Services Regulations, Section 56026.
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89. Christopher Riccardi ­ Professional I, $27.50 per hour, days and hours vary as needed, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Nursing/Health Sciences and Athletics, Academic Affairs Area, to provide training, expertise and professional services. 90. Margarita Richards ­ Paraprofessional, $18.50 per hour, Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 1:00 pm, effective July 1, 2005 through June 30, 2006, Inglewood Center/Community Advancement, Student and Community Advancement Area, to provide administrative duties, assisting with coordinating center staff and room schedules, delegating clerical tasks to the lab assistants, and other duties as needed. 91. Andrea Rodriguez ­ Paraprofessional, $12.00 per hour, Monday through Thursday, up to 32 hours per week, effective June 26, 2006 through June 30, 2006, El Camino Language Academy (ECLA)/Community Advancement, Student & Community Advancement Area, to provide clerical support to the El Camino Language Academy. 92. Andrea Rodriguez ­ Paraprofessional, $12.00 per hour, Monday through Thursday, up to 32 hours per week, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, El Camino Language Academy (ECLA)/Community Advancement, Student & Community Advancement Area, to provide clerical support to the El Camino Language Academy. 93. Kathleen Rosales ­ Professional IV, $58.00 per hour, Monday through Saturday (days vary), 8:00 am to 5:00 pm (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Workplace Learning Resource Center (WpLRC)/Community Advancement, Student and Community Advancement Area, to instruct in not-for-credit post licensure nursing education courses at the WpLRC. 94. Adriana Ruiz ­ Paraprofessional, $17.00 per hour, Monday, Wednesday, & Friday, arrange 20 hours a week, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Campus Police, Administrative Services Area, to provide clerical support to the Administration of Justice Department and Police Academy. 95. Alba Sandate ­ Professional II, $29.00 per hour, Monday through Thursday, 10:15 a.m. to 11:45 a.m., effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Workforce & Community Education (WE&CE)/Community Advancement, Student and Community Advancement Area, to teach `Piano With Pizzazz' class. 96. Alba Sandate ­ Program Assistant I, $8.00 per hour, Monday through Friday, hours vary as needed, effective July 1, 2006 through August 30, 2006, Workforce & Community Education (WE&CE)/Community Advancement, Student and Community Advancement Area, to assist in the WE&CE division office. 97. Stephanie Schleicher ­ Professional I, $27.50 per hour, Sunday through Saturday (days vary), hours between 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Special Resource Center (SRC)/Health Sciences & Athletics, Academic Affairs Area, to provide accommodations for students with disabilities in accordance with Title 5, Disabled Students' Programs and Services Regulations, Section 56026.
98. Gerald Scholosser ­ Tutor VI, $15.50 per hour, Monday through Saturday (days vary), (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Learning Resources Unit, Academic Affairs Area, to provide tutoring services in the Learning Resources Unit. 99. Jack Selph ­ Professional II, pay rate is contingent on 50% of the final student enrollment, Sunday, 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Workforce & Community Education/Community Advancement, Student & Community Advancement Area, to work as the club leader for the Community Woodturning Guild. 100. LaTasha Short ­ Professional II, $37.00 per hour, Monday through Thursday, (hours vary), effective July 10, 2006 through August 17, 2006, Extended Opportunities Program & Services (EOP&S), Student & Community Advancement Area, to teach non-credited courses geared for the EOP&S/Early Start Program. 101. Jeremy Sisante ­ Professional II, $32.00 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (hours vary), July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Workplace Learning Resource Center (WpLRC)/Community Advancement, Student & Community Advancement Area, to provide training, expertise, leadership & professional services in the Fire Academy program. 102. Cheryl St. George ­ Professional IV, $60.00 per hour, Monday through Saturday (days vary), 8:00 am to 5:00 pm (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Workplace Learning Resource Center (WpLRC)/Community Advancement, Student and Community Advancement Area, to develop and present scientifically based short-term post licensure instruction on the topics of Psychiatric Nursing. 103. Wendy Stockstill ­ Program Assistant III, $10.00 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), arrange up to six hours per week, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Music/Fine Arts, Academic Affairs Area, to assist students in the open lab with completions of assignments from various Computer Information Systems classes. 104. Wendy Stockstill ­ Teacher's Assistant IV, $11.50 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), arrange up to 20 hours per week (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Music/Fine Arts, Academic Affairs Area, to provide teaching assistance for the South Bay Youth Orchestra. 105. Patricia Stoddard ­ Tutor VII, $18.50 per hour, Monday through Friday, arrange four hours per week, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Mathematical Sciences, Academic Affairs Area, to provide tutoring services in the Math Study Center. 106. Jamie Taira ­ Paraprofessional, $12.00 per hour, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, arrange 12 hours per week, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Health Sciences & Athletics, Academic Affairs Area, to work as a lifeguard for the swimming classes. 107. Matthew Toda ­ Community Services Officer I, $10.00 per hour, Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., effective July 1, 2006 through June 30,
2007, Campus Police, Administrative Services Area, to be primarily responsible for overseeing the Police department's Cadet program and the maintenance and servicing of the campus parking permit machines. 108. Anita Torres ­ Professional I, $19.00 per hour, Monday through Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., effective August 26, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Health Sciences & Athletics, Academic Affairs Area, to supervise students in the Fitness Center, and develop/maintain the program. 109. Kristen Uyemura ­ Library Media Aide II, $7.25 per hour, Monday through Thursday, arrange 20 hours per week, effective June 20, 2006 through June 30, 2006 and July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Learning Resources, Academic Affairs Area, to support the Learning Resources staff with customer service and other duties as needed. 110. Daniel Valladares ­ Professional III, $55.00 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Center for Applied Competitive Technologies (CACT)/Community Advancement, Student & Community Advancement Area, to teach Computer Aided Three Dimensional Interactive Application (CATIA) V5 3D modeling skills including parametric modeling fundamentals for the not-for-credit contract education class. 111. Dennis Vaughn ­ Paraprofessional, $10.00 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary) hours vary, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Health Sciences & Athletics, Academic Affairs Area, to supervise students in the Fitness Center, develop and maintain program. 112. Thong Vo ­ Paraprofessional, $16.00 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Workforce & Community Education/Community Advancement, Student and Community Advancement Area, to maintain computers and printer in the Career Placement Services computer lab, provide technical assistance to students with job searches, and other duties as needed. 113. Helen Wada ­ Paraprofessional, $17.00 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Humanities, Academic Affairs Area, to prepare and submit full and part-time absence reports monthly; perform data entry; process grade changes, faculty requests for travel reimbursement, assist with faculty evaluation surveys; and other duties as needed. 114. Yalonda Wade ­ Professional I, $22.00 per hour, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Workforce & Community Education/Community Advancement, Student and Community Advancement Area, to assist with marketing and promotion of Career Placement Services; work with employers to promote job listings, student activities, and workshops to build partnerships.
115. Erxiang (Eric) Wang ­ Professional I, $27.50 per hour, Monday through Friday, arrange 40 hours per week, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Mathematical Sciences, Academic Affairs Area, to provide supervision and administrative support for the math tutoring program. 116. William Warren III ­ Professional III, $40.00 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), 8:00 am to 5:00 pm (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Workplace Learning Resource Center (WpLRC), Community Advancement, Student & Community Advancement Area, to work with the WpLRC in conducting contract education training. 117. Lujuana Washington ­ Paraprofessional, $12.50 per hour, days and hours on an asneeded basis, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Admissions & Records/Enrollment Services, Student & Community Advancement Area, to process CCCApply (On-line applications); perform all uploads and downloads with XAP; followup with students, vendor, ITS, etc; and communicate issues with CCC Apply and A&R management. 118. Kathy Way ­ Program Assistant III, 9.00 per hour, days and hours vary as needed, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Admissions and Records/Enrollment Services, Student and Community Advancement Area, to assist with faculty grade check. 119. Jean Welsome ­ Paraprofessional, $13.00 per hour, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Workforce & Community Education/Community Advancement, Student and Community Advancement Area, to proofread/edit Community Education brochure, drafts, press released, and promotional materials. 120. Michael Williams ­ Paraprofessional, $14.00 per hour, (days vary), (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Extended Opportunities Program & Services (EOP&S), Student & Community Advancement Area, to perform a variety of duties to support the contacts of EOP&S students with the EOP&S Counselors and staff to increase student success. 121. Mike Wilson ­ Professional I, $27.50 per hour, Monday and Tuesday, arrange 20 hours per week (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Vice President of Student Services, Student and Community Advancement Area, to tabulate survey data, prepare aggregate data reports in graph and table format, and other duties to conduct validation studies. 122. David Winkler ­ Professional III, $40.00 per hour, Saturday and Sunday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Workforce & Community Education/Community Advancement, Student & Community Advancement Area, to teach not-for credit Community Education classes.
123. Erika Yates ­ Paraprofessional, $13.00 per hour, days and hours vary as needed, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Learning Resources, Academic Affairs Area, to assist in the compilation of data for reporting purposes, assist with training student and other part-time employees, assist student patrons with various computing and tutorial needs, and other duties involved in maintaining the various labs under Learning Resources.
124. Jeong Yoon ­ Paraprofessional, $8.50 per hour, Monday and Wednesday (days vary), arrange 20 hours per week (hours vary), effective June 19, 2006 through August 3, 2006, Math and Engineering Sciences Achievement Program (MESA)/Natural Sciences, Academic Affairs Area, to act as a facilitator for the MESA program.
125. Bernice Yu-Huang ­ Program Assistant III, $10.00 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through August 25, 2006, Humanities, Academic Affairs Area, to assist Humanities division office with clerical support and other duties as needed.
126. Debra Zavala ­ Paraprofessional, $17.00 per hour, Monday through Thursday, arrange up to 32 hours per week (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Fire Academy/Industry and Technology, Academic Affairs Area, to assist Fire Academy Coordinators with schedules, rosters, certificate preparation, filing, field trip arrangements, and other duties as needed.
127. Tiffany Zeller ­ Coaching Assistant, $16.25 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), 2:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Health Sciences & Athletics, Academic Affairs Area, to teach various Swim Strokes: Tread water, Crawl Stroke, Back Stroke, elementary Back Strokes, Breast Stroke, jump in and survival float and breathing, assist with safety procedures and communicate student progress with parents.
128. Scott Zuvich ­ Paraprofessional, $18.00 per hour, Monday through Saturday (days vary), 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Center for Applied Competitive Technologies (CACT)/ Community Advancement, Student and Community Advancement Area, to provide assistance in designing, programming, testing, maintaining and supporting web server.
129. The following individuals are to work as Bookstore Aide I, $6.75 per hour, Monday through Friday, (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Bookstore, Administrative Services Area, to perform a variety of routine and repetitive tasks.
Stephanie Berke Leslie Bernstein Sheldon Grunberg John Jines
Terry Reed Stephanie Shaw Jennifer Sun
130. The following individuals are to work as Bookstore Aide III, $7.25 per hour, Monday through Friday, (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Bookstore, Administrative Services Area, to perform a variety of detailed and routine duties such as: assisting customer concerning policies, procedures, and merchandise; pricing and stocking merchandise; operating a computerized register.
Christina Griswold Robert Hoeck Brenda Naito
Nathaniel Roberts Nolan Wall
131. The following individuals are to work as Coaching Assistant, $16.25 per hour, (days vary), (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Health Sciences & Athletics, Academic Affairs Area, to assist the coaching staff with the coordination of all aspects of practice and competition.
Victor Cafarchia David Canales Denise Diego Dana Dugan Kevin Duncan Don Gereau Michael Grissett Darryl Guerin Elizabeth Hazell Tim Hyde Ron Jenkins
Matt Kirk Barry Levy Steve Marquin Ismael Ordonez Fred Petersen Sean Richmond Michael Sakurai Kenneth Talanoa Jennifer Tanaka-Hoshijo Adam VonArx Damien Watters
132. The following individuals are to work as House Manager, $12.50 per hour, days and hours vary as needed, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Center for the Arts/Fine Arts, Academic Affairs Area, to organize and coordinate the paid and volunteer front of house personnel for any given event in either the Marsee Auditorium, Campus Theatre, or Recital Hall.
Shameka Cunningham Renee Dorn Joy Griffith Su Hiraga
Louise Kirst Terry Klauck Linda Mikell Antoinette Williams
133. The following individuals are to work as House Staff II, $7.25 per hour, days and hours vary as needed, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Center for the Arts/Fine Arts, Academic Affairs Area, to provide customer service for any given event in either the Marsee Auditorium, Campus Theatre, or Recital Hall.
Verna Bolton Brenda Burke Giovanni Campos
Julia Durante Melissa Guerrero Carmen Gutierrez
Sharron Haynes Wilma Haynes Joan Henderson William Henderson Effena Jackson
Michael Lopchuk Fidela Mazariegos Cherie Price Joyce Stern Gail Vasquez
134. The following individuals are to work as Interpreter Novice, $13.75 per hour, Sunday through Saturday (days vary), arrange hours between 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Special Resource Center (SRC) /Health Sciences & Athletics, Academic Affairs Area, to provide accommodations for students with disabilities in accordance with Title 5, Disabled Students' Programs and Services Regulations, Section 56026.
Lorena Gomez
Ancialyn Pinckney
135. The following individuals are to work as Interpreter I, $17.25 per hour, Sunday through Saturday (days vary), hours between 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Special Resource Center (SRC) /Health Sciences & Athletics, Academic Affairs Area, to provide accommodations for students with disabilities in accordance with Title 5, Disabled Students' Programs and Services Regulations, Section 56026.
Alma Gonzalez Caroline King
Shannon Leavitt David Orozco
136. The following individuals are to work as Interpreter II, $19.25 per hour, Sunday through Saturday (days vary), hours between 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Special Resource Center (SRC) /Health Sciences & Athletics, Academic Affairs Area, to provide accommodations for students with disabilities in accordance with Title 5, Disabled Students' Programs and Services Regulations, Section 56026.
Maria Alvarez Veronica Arvizu Margarit Fesliyan Naomi La Cosse Stefanie Meilinger
Consuelo Morales Billie Puyear Valentin Silva Mona Tanji Angelo Zavala
137. The following individuals are to work as Interpreter III, $21.75 per hour, Sunday through Saturday (days vary), hours between 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Special Resource Center (SRC) /Health Sciences & Athletics, Academic Affairs Area, to provide accommodations for students with disabilities in accordance with Title 5, Disabled Students' Programs and Services Regulations, Section 56026.
Marcus Anderson
Pamela Ashe
Shela Cardenas Kelley Coplin Brian Diamond Gina Miller Janine Nelson Ann Nix
Tom O'Malley Lori Patton Shawna Peacock Janna Saavedra Devon Scott
138. The following individuals are to work as Interpreter IV, $24.25 per hour, Sunday through Saturday (days vary), hours between 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Special Resource Center (SRC) /Health Sciences & Athletics, Academic Affairs Area, to provide accommodations for students with disabilities in accordance with Title 5, Disabled Students' Programs and Services Regulations, Section 56026.
Krystal Armstrong Siri Parrent Alejandro Perez
Ethel Smith Debbie Weber Barbara Yancey
139. The following individuals are to work as Interpreter V, $25.75 per hour, Sunday through Saturday (days vary), hours between 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Special Resource Center (SRC)/Health Sciences & Athletics, Academic Affairs Area, to provide accommodations for students with disabilities in accordance with Title 5, Disabled Students' Programs and Services Regulations, Section 56026.
Rachael Abbatiello
Myisha Blackman
Lynette Vickers
140. The following individuals are to work as Library Media Aide III, $7.75 per hour, Monday through Thursday, arrange 20 hours per week, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Learning Resources, Academic Affairs Area, to perform a variety of complex library, learning resources, and media services duties.
Luis Acevedo
Tammy Huynh
Leonila Javier
141. The following individuals are to work as Library/Media Technical Aide, $9.00 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), arrange between 30-40 hours per week (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Learning Resources, Academic Affairs Area, to perform a variety of complex library, learning resources, and media services duties.
Michelle Baez Dorothy Caswell Esmond Cheung Mark Cornett
Ester Del Rosario Dantam Huynh Emma Lamas Tai Pham
142. The following individuals are to work as LiveScan Technician II, $10.50 per hour, Wednesday through Saturday (days vary), 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Campus Police, Administrative Services Area, to be responsible for the fingerprinting of members of the public and El Camino employees using the LiveScan digital fingerprint computer.
Elizabeth Bakaimani Roxana Gomez
Christopher Haanpaa
143. The following individuals are to work as Office Aide II, $7.25 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), arrange 10 hours per week (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Fine Arts Gallery/Fine Arts, Academic Affairs Area, to work as an Art Gallery attendant.
Verna Bolton Pirkko DeBar
Ruth Dennis
144. The following individuals are to work as Paraprofessional, $10.00 per hour, days and hours on an as-needed basis, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Admissions & Records/Enrollment Services, Student & Community Advancement Area, to assist students in the application process; input residency; assist in the cashiering function in Records for transcript/credit by exam processing; and perform other duties as assigned for admissions processing.
Laura Gibson Jose Jauregui Mary Lou Miranda
Maria Reina Rosa Velez
145. The following individuals are to work as Paraprofessional, $17.00 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), arrange six hours per week (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Fine Arts, Academic Affairs Area, to model for the life drawing and painting classes.
Xavier Alderette Jonathan Beck Janna Blackwell Pamela Blackwell Trace Devai Sherry Eckhart Aviva Gray Felicia Hayes Rebecca Humphrey Steven Jacobsen
Jacqueline Page Klassy Krissy Krissanayuth Paul Nahra Helena Rowe Kresten Savellano Ernandes Silva Gregory Smiley Mark Snyder Saskia Vogel Karen Wright
146. The following individuals are to work as Paraprofessional, $9.00 per hour, days vary, arrange 20 hours per week (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007,
First Year Experience (FYE)/Enrollment Services, Student and Community Advancement Area, to assist with group tutoring and academic assistance in Supplemental Instruction program.
Julie Dinh
Kevin Montes
147. The following individuals are to work as Paraprofessional, $10.00 per hour, days vary, arrange between 20 to 30 hours per week (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, First Year Experience (FYE)/Enrollment Services, Student and Community Advancement Area, to assist with group tutoring and academic assistance in Supplemental Instruction program.
Celina Luna
Elizabeth Schwartz
148. The following individuals are to work as Paraprofessional, $16.00 per hour, Monday through Friday, 9:45 am to 6:15 pm (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Health Sciences & Athletics (HS&A), Academic Affairs Area, to provide accommodations for students with disabilities in accordance with Title V, Disabled Students' Programs and Services Regulations, Section 56026 and also provide other duties to assist the HS&A division office.
Michael Hoang
Mark Neilson
149. The following individuals are to work as Paraprofessional, $15.00 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), 7:00 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Writing Center/Humanities, Academic Affairs Area, to assist students with their writing assignments in all phases of the composing process ­ understanding and responding to the topic, generating ideas, outlining, drafting, revising, and other duties as needed.
Barbara Beaupre Art Hsieh Carl Johnson Judith Patch Sean Patrick
Elizabeth Powell William Sambolich Karl Striepe Judy Sunderland Jeanne Watson
150. The following individuals are to work as Paraprofessional, $17.00 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), 7:00 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Writing Center/Humanities, Academic Affairs Area, to assist students with their writing assignments in all phases of the composing process ­ understanding and responding to the topic, generating ideas, outlining, drafting, revising, and other duties as needed.
Kim Runkle Beth Shibata Susan Wade
Mark Walch Leah Weed
151. The following individuals are to work as Paraprofessional, $12.00 per hour, Monday through Saturday (days vary), arrange hours between 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Inglewood Center/ Community Advancement, Student & Community Advancement Area, to provide clerical support and customer service for the Inglewood Center.
Cristina Campos
Monica Cholico
152. The following individuals are to work as Paraprofessional, $13.00 per hour, Monday through Saturday (days vary), (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Learning Resources Unit, Academic Affairs Area, to provide clerical support for the Learning Resources Unit and work on projects as needed.
Phorious Whitmore
Erika Yates
153. The following individuals are to work as Paraprofessional, $12.00 per hour, days vary, will arrange 40 hours per week, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2006, Nursing/Health Sciences & Athletics, Academic Affairs Area, to provide support to the Nursing department.
Winifred Baldonado
Marisol Cruz
154. The following individuals are to work as Physician, $56.00 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), 8:00 am to 1:00 pm (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Health Sciences & Athletics, Academic Affairs Area, to meet with injured athletes and administer physical exams to athletes.
William Mealer, M.D.
George Thompson, M.D.
155. The following individuals are to work as Police Cadet I, $8.00 per hour, Tuesday through Thursday (days vary), 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through July 19, 2006, Campus Police, Administrative Services Area, to be responsible for nonhazardous police services to the students, staff, and faculty of El Camino College.
Rudy Artiga
Alexander Leavitt
Jeffrey Williams
156. The following individuals are to work as Police Cadet II, $8.50 per hour, Tuesday through Thursday (days vary), 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (hours vary), effective July 20, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Campus Police, Administrative Services Area, to be responsible for non-hazardous police services to the students, staff, and faculty of El Camino College.
Rudy Artiga
Alexander Leavitt
Jeffrey Williams
157. The following individuals are to work as Police Cadet III, $9.00 per hour, (days vary), (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through July 19, 2006, Campus Police, Administrative Services Area, to be responsible for non-hazardous police services to the students, staff, and faculty of El Camino College.
Daniel Baruth
Joseph Sellner
158. The following individuals are to work as Police Cadet IV, $9.50 per hour, (days vary), (hours vary), effective July 20, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Campus Police, Administrative Services Area, to be responsible for non-hazardous police services to the students, staff, and faculty of El Camino College.
Daniel Baruth
Joseph Sellner
159. The following individuals are to work as Police Reserve Officer I, $10.00 per hour, (days vary), (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Campus Police, Administrative Services Area, to assist sworn and non-sworn personnel of the El Camino Police Department in performing general law enforcement duties within the campus and the Police department.
Brooke Parras
Irma Rayas
160. The following individuals are to work as Professional I, $27.50 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), arrange ten hours per week, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Nursing/Health Sciences and Athletics, Academic Affairs Area, to update the Nursing web site.
Katia Ribeiro
Melissa Sorge
161. The following individuals are to work as Professional II, $37.00 per hour, Tuesday, Saturday, & Sunday (days vary), arrange seven hours per week (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Music/Fine Arts, Academic Affairs Area, to act as an Assistant Director for the South Bay Children's Choir.
Bud Bisbee Meagan Eddy
Taryn Koch Ellen Steinmetz
162. The following individuals are to work as Professional II, $32.00 per hour, days and hours vary as needed, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Administration of Justice, Industry and Technology, Academic Affairs Area, to provide training, expertise, leadership and professional services in the Police Academy program as a Public Safety Trainer.
Sergio Borbon David Brock Donovan Gallatin
Thomas Kang Paul Koppes Vincente Osorio
Jason Pedro Irma Rayas Willie Robinson Anthony Rotella
Carmine Sasso Mark Velez Anthony Ward
163. The following individuals are to work as Professional II, $32.00 per hour, days and hours vary as needed, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Fire Academy, Industry and Technology, Academic Affairs Area, to provide training, expertise, leadership, and professional services in the Fire Academy program as a Public Safety Trainer.
Eric Baker Jennifer Baron Clark Carney Antonio Del Castillo Timothy Dennis James Ellingson Daniel Engler Robert Franck Scott Hafdell Deana Johnson
Christopher Mamola Adrian Oropesa John Pender Jeremy Sisante Steven Tallosi James Tulette John Velasquez Carl Whitaker David Winkler
164. The following individuals are to work as Professional III, $38.00 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), arrange 8 to 12 hours per day (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, El Camino Language Academy (ECLA)/Community Advancement, Student and Community Advancement Area, to teach Basic, Low, and High Intermediate English as a Second Language (ESL) classes.
Timothy Edwards
Kimiko Ego
Dale Shannon
165. The following individuals are to work as Professional III, $44.00 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), arrange 8 to 10 hours per day (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, El Camino Language Academy (ECLA)/Community Advancement, Student and Community Advancement Area, to teach Basic, Low, and High Intermediate English as a Second Language (ESL) classes.
Lily Gill
Susan Macias
Bonnie Pereyra
166. The following individuals are to work as Professional III, $40.00 per hour, Monday through Saturday (days vary), 8:00 am to 9:00 pm (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Small Business Development Center (SBDC)/Community Advancement, Student & Community Advancement Area, to work with the SBDC in conducting contract education training.
Benjamin Martin
Gerardo de los Rios
167. The following individuals are to work as Professional III, $55.00 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), 8:00 am to 5:00 pm (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Workplace Learning Resource Center (WpLRC)/ Community Advancement, Student & Community Advancement Area, to work with the WpLRC in conducting contract education training.
Madeleine Bruning Nancilyn Burruss
Melody Comendador Sharon Vairo
168. The following individuals are to work as Professional IV, $65.00 per hour, Monday through Sunday (days vary), 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Workplace Learning Resource Center (WpLRC)/Community Advancement, Student and Community Advancement Area, to develop and present scientifically based short-term post licensure instruction on selected topics of Pediatric and/or Medical-Surgical Nursing.
Roberto Pandolfi
Kyra Tatman
169. The following individuals are to work as Program Assistant I, $8.00 per hour, days and hours as-needed, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Admissions & Records/Enrollment Services, Student & Community Advancement Area, to assist with faculty grade check.
Freda Baker
Louann Heft-Shaw
170. The following individuals are to work as Program Assistant I, $8.00 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Bookstore, Administrative Services Area, to perform a variety of routine and repetitive tasks.
Ruben Avila
Janelle Clarke
Lupe Olivas
171. The following individuals are to work as Program Assistant I, $8.00 per hour, Monday to Thursday (days vary), hours vary as needed, effective July 10, 2006 through August 17, 2006, Early Start Program (ESP)/Extended Opportunities Program & Services (EOP&S), Student and Community Advancement Area, to provide assist instructors in workshops or classroom environment and any other support activities as directed.
Jackie Cely Lyres Lacap
Angel Monarrez Art Torres
172. The following individuals are to work as Program Assistant II, $9.00 per hour, Monday to Thursday (days vary), hours vary as needed, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Admissions and Records/Enrollment Services, Student and Community Advancement Area, to assist students in the application process, assist in the add process, and other duties as assigned for Admissions processing.
Aaron De Naranjo
Chaz Eric De Naranjo
Nicholas Naranjo
173. The following individuals are to work as Program Assistant II, $9.00 per hour, Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Bookstore, Administrative Services Area, to provide support with cashiering, stocking merchandise and assisting customers.
Patricia Benitez Florence Camire Lanicesha Dodson Gabriel Dulanto Sean Gilmore Sherifat Hassan Linda Inouye Stacie Leong
Michael Okada Derek Reed Christine Saldana Edith Shimane Kazuko Tatsumi Carlos Villasenor Adrian Yoshiyama
174. The following individuals are to work as Program Assistant III, $10.00 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), 7:30 am to 4:30 pm (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Bookstore, Administrative Services Area, to provide support with cashiering, stocking merchandise and assisting customers.
Timothy Aguirre Kimberly Eatmon Michael Osborn
Sharon Shiromoto Kimberly Wade
175. The following individuals to work as Program Assistant III, $10.00 per hour, Monday through Friday, arrange 20-40 hours per week (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Counseling and Student Services, Student & Community Advancement Area, to assist with appointment scheduling, copying, filing, recordkeeping, retrieving schedules or appointment records, collating mailings, routing mail, and assisting division staff as needed.
Roxana Cortez
Vu Le
Esly Pinzon
176. The following individuals are to work as Program Assistant III, $10.00 per hour, days and hours vary as needed, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Extended Opportunities Program & Services (EOP&S), Student and Community Advancement Area, to assist in the recruitment and early identification of potentially eligible EOP&S persons both on-campus and within the El Camino College District and other duties as needed.
Mayueth Mendez
Nancy Sanchez
Magdalena Tello
177. The following individuals are to work as Program Assistant III, $10.00 per hour, Monday through Saturday (days vary), (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007,
Learning Resources Unit, Academic Affairs Area, to provide support for the Learning Resources Unit.
Norman Foster
Twyla Louis
Tommy Sweet
178. The following individuals are to work as Reader, $6.75 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), 7:00 am to 11:00 pm (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Writing Center/Humanities, Academic Affairs Area, to evaluate essays assigned in English 1A classes for grammar, content, and structure, and provide assessments through written documentation on the essays.
Mandy Kronbeck Cornelia Nitzschner Sean Patrick
William Sambolich Bennette Turpanjian Terry Wright
179. The following individuals are to work as Registration Cashier/Clerk I, $8.50 per hour, days and hours vary as needed, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Fiscal Services, Administrative Services Area, to process student payments ­ in person, phone, web; calculate and check refunds; mail registration receipts, and other duties.
Stephanie Ghayouri Melissa Guerrero Rita Jimenez Santana
Richard McGreevy Jennie Vaughn Shanda Weston
180. The following individuals are to work as Registration Cashier/Clerk II, $9.50 per hour, days and hours vary as needed, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Fiscal Services, Administrative Services Area, to process student payments ­ in person, phone, web; calculate and check refunds; and other duties.
Sam Abrams Erlene Brooks Latosha Burnett Darryl Green Tonya Howard
Sherrie Hoyer Magdalena Hughes Summer Kennedy Dena Langowski Elizabeth Matusak
181. The following individuals are to work as Registration Cashier/Clerk III, $10.50 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), 7:45 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Fiscal Services, Administrative Services Area, to process student payments ­ in person, phone, web; calculate and check refunds; and other duties.
Annette Abelin Lovetta Kelley
Barbara Romano Kevan Wilkes
182. The following individuals are to work as Stage Assistant IV, $9.00 per hour, days vary (as-needed basis), hours vary (as-needed basis), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Production/Center for the Arts/Fine Arts, Academic Affairs Area, to provide
assistance for the stage crew for Fine Arts events, which includes: lighting, costumes, carpentry, scenic painting, and sound.
Joyce Cantrell Andrew Denio Kathleen Doyle Agnes Garcia Daniel Giles Jennifer Hernandez Mary Lou Holmes Evan Johnston
Christian LeMay Wilma Mickler-Sears Georgina Morales Sean Smith John Spence Amoreena Vera Krista Zaloudek Christine Zarro
183. The following individuals are to work as Teacher's Assistant IV, $11.50 per hour, Monday, Tuesday, & Thursday (days vary), arrange four hours per week (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Music/Fine Arts, Academic Affairs Area, to assist with the Music Library, add bowings to string parts in orchestra, lead string section, help with percussion section in concert band, help with set-up and other duties as needed.
Joseph Derthick
Jeffrey Perez
Amy Wolff
184. The following individuals are to work as Teacher's Assistant IV, $11.50 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), arrange up to 30 hours per week (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Fine Arts Gallery/Fine Arts, Academic Affairs Area, to assist in the Art Gallery installations.
Adrian Amjadi Pirkko DeBar Ruth Dennis Satoe Fukushima
Michael Griffin Joseph Rooks Kevin Tuxford
185. The following individuals are to work as Teacher's Assistant IV, $11.50 per hour, Monday through Saturday (days vary), 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Construction Technology/Industry & Technology, Academic Affairs Area, to assist faculty with woodworking classes, filing, test grading, student assistance on the lab floor.
Nancie Mack
Linda Richardson
186. The following individuals are to work as Teacher's Assistant IV, $11.50 per hour, Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday, (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Emergency Medical Technology Program (EMT), Industry and Technology, Academic Affairs Area, to assist instructor with teaching/testing in the EMT program.
Gregory Allen Timothy Dennis
Daniel Engler Jake Gilbert
Matthew Jean Jake Manning Randall Schmidt Jeremy Sisante Gerald Strouse Manuel Tenorio
Edward Tiet John Velasquez Scott Weatherby Aushley Wilhite Michael Witzerman Issac Yang
187. The following individuals are to work as Teacher's Assistant IV, $11.50 per hour, Monday through Friday, arrange between 28-40 hours per week (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Learning Resources, Academic Affairs Area, to provide assistance in Learning Resources and in its computer centers.
Jennifer Borland
Charissa Penn
188. The following individuals are to work as Teacher's Assistant IV, $11.50 per hour, Sunday through Saturday (days vary), 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Special Resource Center (SRC)/Health Sciences & Athletics, Academic Affairs Area, to provide services for students in the SRC program.
April Bernabeo Wanda Gastelum Mary Kretzmar RaeLynn Rollino
Shelley Spearman Laura Stein Joan Treat Dennis Vaughn
189. The following individuals are to work as Ticket Clerk, $9.25 per hour, days and hours vary as needed, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Center for the Arts/Fine Arts, Academic Affairs Area, to perform a variety of tasks related to ticket sales and general office procedures.
Jennifer Blandon Kirby Dominguez Heidi Fuller
Melissa Guerrero Fidela Mazariego Jennie Vaughn
190. The following individuals are to work as Tutor I, $7.50 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), arrange between 9 to 20 hours per week (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Learning Resources, Academic Affairs Area, to provide tutoring services in the Learning Resources.
Brian Lim
Patricia Neumann
191. The following individuals are to work as Tutor II, $8.50 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), arrange between 6 to 15 hours per week (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Learning Resources, Academic Affairs Area, to provide tutoring services in the Learning Resources.
Jill Bryant
Won Kang
Fernando Ortiz
Shelley Spearman
192. The following individuals are to work as Tutor III, $9.50 per hour, Monday through Friday (days vary), arrange between 6 to 15 hours per week (hours vary), effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Learning Resources, Academic Affairs Area, to provide tutoring services in the Learning Resources.
Mary Anne Chappelear Ae Cho Karyn Kerkhoff
Laura Stein Mariko Takayama Gabriel Valverde
193. The following individuals are to work as Tutor V, $13.50 per hour, days and hours vary as needed, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Extended Opportunities Programs and Services (EOP&S), Student and Community Advancement Area, to provide tutoring services for EOP&S students.
Huong Duong Janette Kuvhenguhwa
Hector Ruiz Sharon Sylvers
194. The following individuals are to work as Tutor V, $13.50 per hour, days and hours vary as needed, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Learning Resources Unit, Academic Affairs Area, to provide tutoring services in the Learning Resources Unit.
Andre-David Kahwach John Shawstad
Tommy Sweet
195. The following individuals are to work as Tutor VII, $18.50 per hour, days and hours vary as needed, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Learning Resources Unit, Academic Affairs Area, to provide tutoring services in the Learning Resources Unit.
Ida Nazon
Gary Smith
196. The following individuals are to work as Tutor VII, $18.50 per hour, Monday through Friday, arrange between 10 to 20 hours per week, effective July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, Mathematical Sciences, Academic Affairs Area, to provide tutoring services in the Math Study Center.
Mark Burgin Manolita Formanes Thu-Hang Hoang Jeffery Post Mohammad Rahnavard Arkadiy Sheynshteyn
C. CLASSIFIED PROFESSIONAL GROWTH It is recommended that the Board ratify/approve the attendance of the following classified employee's conference and/or seminar paid from the Classified Professional Growth Fund as listed below: California State University-Dominquez Hills: Organizational Behavior and International Business Introduction - Lucy Nelson. Aug. 26 - Dec. 15, 2006. $400.00 maximum. D. AMENDED ADMINISTRATOR SALARY SCHEDULE AS A RESULT OF ELIMINATION OF POSITIONS AND REVISION OF CLASSIFICATION SPECIFICATIONS AND TITLE CHANGES FOR ADMINISTRATOR POSITIONS It is recommended that the Board approve the updated Administrator Salary Schedule as a result of revisions to the classification specifications and changes in titles and elimination of positions as shown on pages: 50-52. E. ADOPTION AND APPROVAL BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES: EL CAMINO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT AND EL CAMINO COLLEGE FEDERATION OF TEACHERS, LOCAL 1388, AFT, AFL-CIO APPROVAL OF COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT FOR THE CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER TEACHERS. In accordance with AB1200 and Government Code 3547.5, El Camino Community College District is required to publicly disclose the provision of the El Camino College Federation of Teachers, Local 1388, AFT, AFL-CIO and any successor agreement, before it is finally approved by the Board of Trustees. This is known as the "El Camino College Federation of Teachers for the Child Development Center, Local 1388, AFT, AFL-CIO Salary Settlement Notification component of the Statewide Criteria and Standards". This ensures that the public is aware of the costs associated with a collective bargaining Agreement before it becomes binding to the District. The Successor Agreement between El Camino College District and The Federation of Teachers, Local 1388, AFT, AFL-CIO for the Child Development Center Teachers expires June 30, 2006. The Successor Agreement which was approved by the Federation of Teachers, the Child Development Center Teachers and the District is being presented to the Board of Trustees for ratification. The duration of the Successor Agreement is from July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007.
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El Camino Community College District Administrator Salary Schedule Effective: January 1, 2006 Revised: June 19, 2006
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Step 4
Range 1
55,648
57,371
59,146
60,984
Range 2
57,371
59,146
60,984
62,844
Range 3
59,146
Planetarium Director
60,984
62,844
64,734
Range 4
60,984
62,844
64,734
66,658
Range 5
62,844
64,734
66,658
68,681
Assistant Director of Development, Annual & Alumni Giving
Range 6
70,992
73,182
75,375
77,633
Range 7
77,265
79,440
82,283
Assistant Director, Bookstore
Project Director, Regional Interpreter Training Grant
Assistant Director, Small Business Development Center
Director, Education & Community Development
85,146
Range 8
81,081
83,523
86,165
)
Assistant Director for Construction & Maintenance
Assistant Director for Grounds and Operations
Director, Accounting
Director, Child Development Center
Assistant Director EOP&S/CalWORKS
Director of Outreach & School Relations
89,177
Range 9
83,605
86,200
88,844
91,504
Range 10
86,200
88,844
91,504
94,262
Range 11
88,843
91,504
94,262
97,090
Director, Technical Education Director Workforce Education
Assistant Director Admissions & Records CalWORKS & Career Placement Services Director
Step 5 62,844 64,734 66,658 68,681 70,739 79,974 88,006 92,188 94,262 97,090 100,002
Range 11 (continued)
Director of EOP&S/CalWORKS Director, International Business Development Director, Bookstore PACE & Week-end College Director Director, Community Relations Director, Risk Management Director, Student Development
Assistant Director, Financial Aid and Scholarships
Range 12
93,644
96,538
99,450
102,410 104,954
Range 13
96,538
99,450
102,410 104,954
Assistant Director, Human Resources
Assistant Director, Information Technology Services
Director, Center for International Education
Director, Financial Aid & Scholarship
Director, Business Services
Director, Research and Planning
Director, Special Resource Center
Director, Staff and Student Diversity
Associate Dean
Executive Director, El Camino Center for the Arts
Director of Resource Development/Grants Development & Management
Director of Learning Resources
108,667
Range 14
101,927
Director, Nursing
105,107
108,253
111,497
114,859
Range 15
105,106 108,253 111,497 114,859
Chief of Police and Director of Public Services Instructional Programs
Director, Admissions & Records
118,289
Range 16
110,911 114,257 117,655
Business Manager
Dean
Director, Facilities, Planning & Services
Associate Vice President, Human Resources
Director, Information Technology Services
Executive Director, Foundation
Project Director (California Virtual College Grant)
121,200
124,831
Range 17 Range 18
114,257 117,655
Board Revised: June 15, 2006
117,655 121,200
121,200 124,832
124,832 128,577
128,578 132,426
AGREEMENT between EL CAMINO COLLEGE DISTRICT and EL CAMINO COLLEGE FEDERATION OF TEACHERS for the CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007
AGREEMENT This Agreement is made and entered into this 8th day of May 2006, by and between the El Camino Community College District, hereinafter referred to as the "District" and the El Camino College Federation of Teachers, Local 1388, AFT, AFL-CIO, hereinafter referred to as the "Federation." Article I RECOGNITION Pursuant to the Memorandum of Agreement dated January 9, 1995, (Appendix A) the District hereby acknowledges the Federation as the exclusive bargaining representative for the Child Development Center Teachers and Child Development Center Lead Teachers, hereinafter collectively referred to as "CDC Teachers." Board of Trustee approved position descriptions are set forth in Appendix B. Excluded from this agreement are all other employees of the District including instructional and non-instructional faculty, management employees, temporary on-call or substitute employees, and all employees holding positions not requiring certification qualifications. Article II RIGHTS OF THE DISTRICT Except as limited specifically by the express terms of this Agreement, the District retains all of the rights and authority conferred upon it by the laws of the State of California to direct, manage, and control the affairs of the District. Article III RIGHTS OF THE FEDERATION Section 1 - Payroll Deductions The District will deduct from the pay of the CDC Teachers covered by this Agreement Federation dues or representation fees. All CDC Teachers who do not select to be members of the Federation shall have the reduced service representation fee withheld from their salary, beginning with their first paycheck after commencement of assigned duties, unless other arrangements are made at least two weeks prior to the CDC Teacher's first paycheck. Any CDC Teacher who qualifies as a religious objector, being a member of a religious body whose traditional tenets include objections to joining or financially supporting employee organizations, shall not be required to join or pay the service fee. Such CDC Teacher shall pay an amount equal to the service fee to one of the following non-religious, non-labor, charitable funds:
· El Camino College Foundation · ECCFT Scholarship Fund · Associated Students Scholarship Fund Section 2 - Communications The Federation shall have the right to use designated bulletin boards solely for the purpose of posting notices of its activities and shall have the right to use teacher mailboxes for communication purposes. The exercise of these rights is subject to applicable District regulations. Section 3 - Copies of the Agreement The District, at its expense, will provide copies of this Agreement to each CDC Teacher presently employed, each newly hired CDC Teacher, and will provide the Federation with five (5) copies thereof. Section 4 - Personnel Roster The District will furnish the Federation at least twice a year with an updated listing of the names, mailing addresses and, if approved by the CDC Teacher, home phone numbers of all CDC Teachers. Section 5 - Reassigned Time The District will release one unit member from duty for the purpose of negotiations and representing the Federation when the negotiating session is scheduled on duty time. The Federation shall inform the District at the beginning of each semester which employee will be released from childcare duties to attend meetings necessary for negotiations and/or grievance proceedings. Time for grievances and negotiations issues will be limited to forty (40) hours per calendar year. Article IV CLASSIFICATION OF CHILD DEVELOPMENT TEACHERS The District shall classify each CDC Teacher as a certificated employee covered under the terms of this Agreement based on California Education Code Section 79120 and the provisions of Chapter 2, commencing with Section 8200 Child Care and Development Services Act. For clarification purposes, the following California Education Code Section 8208(af) definition of "Teacher" is applicable: "A person with the appropriate permit issued by the Commission on Teacher Credentialing who provides program supervision and instruction which includes supervision of a number of aides, volunteers, and groups of children." Section 1 - Employment Definitions (a) Full-Time: A CDC Teacher employed on a fiscal year basis. The provisions of this agreement pertaining to vacations and holidays shall apply. A full-time CDC Teacher will be
considered probationary for the first three (3) years of service with the District. Thereafter, the CDC Teacher will be classified as permanent. (b) Part-Time: A CDC Teacher regularly scheduled for no more than twenty-four (24) hours per week. (c) Substitute: A CDC Teacher employed on an on-call, hourly basis to be scheduled as needed. (d) Mentor Teacher: A CDC Teacher who has completed the Mentor Teacher Program sponsored by the State of California and who is certified to conduct supervision of practicum students to prepare them to become child development teachers. Article V HOURS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Section 1 - Weekly Hours of Service The Child Development Center operates throughout the calendar year. CDC Teachers shall be scheduled to work forty (40) hours per week. The normal workweek for a full-time CDC Teacher shall consist of five (5) eight (8) hour days per week. An alternative schedule may be established upon mutual agreement of the employee and the CDC Director or Division Dean. Section 2 - Release Time The CDC Director or the Division Dean must approve all released or reassigned time in advance. Released or reassigned time must be served on campus or at a location specified in the grant or other program for which such time is released or reassigned. Section 3 - Professional Obligations Within the assigned duties, a full-time CDC Teachers will be expected to attend special meetings and functions such as open house, training workshops, etc., in support of the instructional philosophy of the Child Development Program. CDC Teachers will mentor no more than two (2) students per semester. CDC Teachers will be expected to meet all professional obligations, and follow CDC procedures in caring for children not picked up by the parent prior to the Center's 5:30 p.m. closing time. Part-time CDC Teachers who are required to attend special meetings and functions such as open house, training workshops, mentor the District's practice students (see Appendix C), etc., in support of the instructional philosophy of the child Development Program, outside of their regular scheduled hours, will be compensated at their regular rate of pay. A part-time CDC Teacher will mentor no more than one (1) student per semester. Section 4 - Mentoring Obligations Full-time CDC Teachers will be expected to mentor the District's practicum students (See Appendix C), in support of the instructional philosophy of the Child Development Program.
CDC teachers will mentor no more than two (2) students per semester. State of California Licensed Mentor teachers will mentor no more than three (3) students per semester. Article VI COMPENSATION CDC Teachers shall be compensated on the basis of a monthly salary schedule set forth in Appendix D. On January 1st of each year, the District will adjust the amounts set forth in Appendix D and other rates of pay by the adjusted COLA as described in Appendix E. Section 1 - Compensatory Time Off Pending the approval of the CDC Director, when a CDC Teacher works greater than forty (40) hours per week, the CDC Teachers shall be granted one and one-half (1-1/2) times compensatory time off. Compensatory time off shall be used within sixty (60) days of accrual. Section 2 - Initial Salary Placement Newly hired CDC Teachers shall be placed on the appropriate step and class of the salary schedule. Section 3 - Retirement and other Deductions CDC Teachers will be contributing members of the State Teachers Retirement System (STRS) or may remain in PERS if they already are contributing members and, where applicable, deductions will also be made for Social Security and Medicare. Section 4 - Lead Teacher Stipend (a) The Lead Child Development Center Teacher will be paid a monthly stipend in addition to the appropriate salary on the Child Development Center Teacher Salary Schedule (Appendix D). (b) If the Lead Teacher is absent from assigned duties for more than five (5) days and a CDC Teacher assumes lead teacher duties, the CDC Teacher shall be compensated a pro-rata portion of the Lead Teacher's stipend. Article VII LEAVES OF ABSENCE Section 1 - Paid Leaves The District shall grant paid leaves of absence to Full-Time CDC Teachers for: bereavement, sickness, expanded use of sick leave, industrial accident and illness, judicial and official appearances, quarantine, personal necessity, jury duty and military leave in accordance with applicable codes and law. Part-Time CDC Teachers shall be granted the same paid leaves of absence as Full-Time CDC Teachers except for jury duty leave, which shall be non-paid.
A paid leave of absence shall mean salary continuance for the CDC Teacher's normal assignment for the day paid with full credit for all District benefits to which the CDC Teacher is entitled and service credit. A CDC Teacher regularly employed on a part-time assignment shall be paid for compensable leaves on the basis of the average number of hours worked, excluding compensatory time off, during the quarter preceding the quarter in which such leave occurs. Section 2 - General Conditions A CDC Teacher who has cause to request a paid leave of absence shall make a written request for such leave to the Child Development Center Director or Division Dean as far in advance as possible. The request or application for leave shall state the leave category requested, the reason(s) necessitating the Teacher's absence, and the estimated duration of the absence. Approval of the leave shall be in writing signed by the CDC Director or Division Dean. If denied, the CDC Teacher will be provided with a written statement giving the reason for such denial. The District may require a CDC Teacher to submit evidence, satisfactory to the District, to justify the CDC Teacher's request for leave of absence. Such evidence may include, but shall not be limited to, a physician's statement, a copy of the subpoena, or a notice of jury service. A CDC Teacher who fails to return to duty upon completion of a paid leave of absence, and who is not on an approved subsequent leave of absence may be dismissed by the District, unless the CDC Teacher was unable, due to causes beyond his or her control, to return to duty, in which event the CDC Teacher must report the circumstances in writing to the District as soon as the teacher is able to do so. Section 3 - Bereavement Leave A CDC Teacher may be absent from duty without loss of pay not to exceed three (3) days, or if travel beyond 200 miles one way is required, not to exceed five (5) duty days, to attend funeral or memorial services or to attend to the affairs of the decedent as a result of the death of a member of the Teacher's immediate family. If an additional period of absence from duty is required for this purpose, a CDC Teacher may be granted additional bereavement leave, which shall be charged as personal necessity leave to the extent that such leave is available to the CDC Teacher as provided in Section 11 of this Article. "Immediate Family" is defined as the mother, father, grandmother, grandfather, or grandchild of the CDC Teacher or of the spouse of the CDC Teacher; or the spouse, son, son-in-law, daughter, daughter-in-law, sister, sister-in-law, brother, brother-in-law of the CDC Teacher, or any other person living in the immediate household of the CDC Teacher. Persons other than those noted above, such as an aunt or an uncle, who have been reared by or with the CDC Teacher will be considered members of the CDC Teacher's immediate family for the purposes of bereavement leave as well as any person who is or has been in a guardian-type relationship with the CDC Teacher. Section 4 - Sick Leave (a) Accrual of Sick Leave Benefits
(1) Each CDC Teacher employed full-time on a fiscal year basis shall be entitled to twelve (12) days for sick leave benefits with pay for illness or injury for each fiscal year of service. A CDC Teacher employed full-time for less than a full fiscal year is entitled to that portion of the twelve (12) days sick leave per fiscal year of service as the number of months the CDC teacher is employed bears to twelve (12). A CDC Teacher regularly employed on a part-time assignment shall be entitled to the same ratio of sick leave benefits as a full-time employee as the number of hours worked bears to the number of hours in a full time (forty (40) hours per week) work schedule. (2) A newly hired CDC Teacher shall be entitled to use only that portion of sick leave award which has been accrued for each month of service actually rendered and may not take full sick leave for the fiscal year until the first day of the calendar month after the employee has completed the first six (6) months of active service with the District. (3) There shall be no maximum on the number of sick leave days a CDC Teacher may accrue. The full amount of unused annual sick leave shall be accumulated from year to year. (4) A CDC Teacher may use sick leave at any time during the year; however, a CDC Teacher leaving the District during a fiscal year who has used sick leave for that year will be required to reimburse the District for the value of the difference between the number of sick leave days actually accrued for each month of active service in the year and the actual number of sick leave days used, if any. (5) Sick leave credit received by transfer from a previous employing California school district of a newly hired CDC Teacher shall be accepted and credited to the CDC Teacher's sick leave account with the District if the CDC Teacher has been employed by such district for a period of one (1) calendar year or more and accepts a position with the District within twelve (12) months of termination from the previously employing district. (6) All accumulated sick leave shall be cancelled upon termination of service with the District except that accumulated sick leave may be transferred to a subsequent employing California school district or towards retirement as provided by law. (b) Difference Pay A CDC Teacher who is absent from assigned duties because of an accident or illness, beyond the CDC Teacher's entitlement to sick leave, for a period of one hundred (100) work days or less, shall have deducted from the salary due the CDC Teacher for that portion of the one hundred (100) day period not covered by sick leave accumulated from prior years of service, the salary paid to the substitute employed to fill the CDC Teacher's position during the CDC Teacher's absence, or if no substitute was employed, the minimum salary which would have been paid to the substitute had a substitute been employed. Any portion of a day is to be considered one (1) day. Section 5 - Industrial Accident or Illness Leave
A CDC Teacher or someone else on the CDC Teacher's behalf, shall report any accident or illness of a CDC Teacher arising out of employment to the CDC Director or Dean as soon as possible, but at least within 24 hours of the occurrence. A CDC Teacher who receives a temporary disability payment for such accident or illness under Workers' Compensation shall remit such payment for any period of time while on any paid disability leave to the District. Such obligation shall be limited to the amount payable by the District for such period. A CDC Teacher who becomes disabled due to an illness or injury arising out of and during the course of employment with the District, shall be granted paid industrial accident or illness leave for the period of time the CDC Teacher is unable to render service to the District, not to exceed sixty (60) working days per fiscal year for the same accident, except when any industrial accident occurs at a time when the full sixty (60) days will overlap into the next fiscal year. The CDC Teacher shall be entitled to only that amount remaining at the end for the fiscal year in which the injury or illness occurred, for the same illness or injury. Such leave shall be granted prior to the award of other paid District disability leave benefits for which the CDC Teacher is eligible. Upon exhausting benefits provided under this subsection, a CDC Teacher who continues to be disabled shall be entitled to other paid leave benefits as shown below, provided that all such leave benefits paid shall not, when combined with any temporary disability award under Workers' Compensation, exceed 100% of the CDC Teacher's regular salary. Beginning on Date of Disability 60 Days Industrial Accident Leave or Illness Leave 100 Days (1) Awarded Sick Leave for Current Year (2) Accumulated Sick Leave for Prior Year(s) (3) Difference Pay A CDC Teacher receiving benefits under this subsection shall remain within the State of California, unless the District approves otherwise. When a Workers' Compensation award is endorsed payable to the District, paid leave, other than industrial accident or illness leave, shall be charged that percentage that is produced by a quotient when dividing the CDC Teacher's pay for the CDC Teacher's regular assignment, less the amount signed over, by the amount of pay for the CDC Teacher's regular assignment. A CDC teacher shall be permitted to return to service after an industrial accident or illness only upon the presentation of a release from the authorized Workers' Compensation physician certifying the CDC Teacher's ability to return to the position without restrictions or detriment to the CDC Teacher's physical and emotional well being and in compliance with the Americans With Disabilities Act. Section 6 - Extended Disability Unpaid Leave If the CDC Teacher is still disabled at the conclusion of all available paid disability leave(s) and is unable to return to work, the following shall apply:
(a) If the CDC Teacher suffers an extended disability and is thereby unable to perform the assigned duties, the CDC Teacher may, upon exhaustion of paid leave status be granted an unpaid extended disability leave. (b) The CDC Teacher's request for such unpaid leave shall be accompanied by a physician's statement as to the necessity of such leave and the estimated duration of the disability. The District may at its expense require that a physician selected by the District examine the CDC Teacher. In the event of a conflict in the findings of the two physicians, a third physician, mutually acceptable to the CDC Teacher and the District, shall be chosen and an opinion solicited. The cost of such examination by a third physician shall be borne by the District. (c) The period of such leave shall be determined by the medical condition of the CDC Teacher and the needs of the instructional program. Any such extended disability leave shall not exceed a period of twelve (12) calendar months. The District may grant an extension or extensions of such extended disability leave and such extension may proceed beyond the period herein specified. Any such extension is subject to the requirements stated in paragraph (b), listed above. (d) Full-Time CDC Teachers granted extended disability unpaid leaves of absence of less than one-half of the working days in any month, as provided in paragraph (f) below shall have their medical, dental, and life insurance continued for that month and shall not be required to pay the District's portion of the cost of such insurance during such month. (e) Full-Time CDC Teachers granted extended disability unpaid leaves of absence which exceed one half of the working days in any month, as provided in paragraph (f) below, may continue their medical, dental and life insurance for that month upon advance payment to the District of the full cost for such coverage. Continuation of insurance coverage for unpaid leaves of absence exceeding one-half of the working days in any month shall be subject to the provisions of the master insurance policies concerning the length of time that such coverage may be continued. A Full-Time CDC Teacher's monthly contract salary will be reduced pro rata for each day of unpaid leave. The daily reduction for CDC Teachers employed on an academic year basis will be based on the number of days of service required in any given year as provided in the CDC Teacher Guidelines. Section 7 - Disability Release The District may require a satisfactory written statement from a Board Certified or Board Eligible psychiatrist, physician, or clinical psychologist specializing in the area of concern and mutually agreed upon by the District and the CDC Teacher, releasing the CDC Teacher to return to all duties of the CDC Teacher's position, before the CDC Teacher returns to duty after the expiration of a disability leave. The CDC Teacher shall submit such statement to the CDC Director or Dean. The District may require additional Health Information to support the request to return to duty following absences due to illness, injury, pregnancy or other disability. A CDC Teacher may return to duty on a limited basis (less than normal daily hours) so long as the CDC Teacher can perform the duties assigned to the position proportionate to the number of hours worked. Section 8 - Quarantine Leave A CDC Teacher shall receive full salary during the period of quarantine by duly constituted governmental authority.
Section 9 - Judicial and Official Appearances The District will grant a leave of absence to a Full-Time CDC Teacher for a judicial or other official appearance in a proceeding in which the District is a party so long as the CDC Teacher's appearance is determined by the District to be in support of the District's position in that proceeding. Section 10 - Jury Duty Leave A Full-Time CDC Teacher may be absent from duty without loss of pay as a result of having been called and appearing for jury duty, excluding a grand jury. In order to be eligible for the paid leave, the CDC Teacher is required to notify the Director of the Child Development Center as soon as the CDC Teacher receives notification of a call for jury service. The District may refuse to grant paid leave for jury duty to the Full-Time CDC Teacher at any time when two (2) percent or more of the total number of employees of the District are on paid jury duty leave or if granting of leave would require suspending services in the CDC. The CDC Teacher serving on jury duty, who receives pay from the District during such absence, shall be required to collect jury duty fees and remit such fees to the District. The CDC Teacher shall be required to perform assigned service to the District during any workday or fraction thereof that the CDC Teacher is released from jury service, provided that a reasonable period of time shall be allowed for necessary travel. Section 11 - Personal Necessity Leave (a) A Full-Time or Part-Time CDC Teacher may be absent from duty without loss of pay for duty days not to exceed seven (7) days during any year and have the absence charged to the CDC Teacher's available sick leave account. (b) For the purpose of qualifying for paid personal necessity leave, there shall be a compelling reason which required the CDC Teacher's absence from duty, which cannot be attended to outside of duty hours, and which shall be limited to one of the following reasons: (1) Death of a member of the CDC Teacher's immediate family (as defined in Section 3 of this Article) when the number of days of the required absence exceeds the limit provided in Section 3 of this Article. (2) An accident involving the CDC Teacher's person, property, or the person or property of a CDC Teacher's immediate Family (as defined in Section 3 of this Article) not otherwise chargeable to any other paid leave of absence for which the Faculty Member qualifies. (3) The required appearance of the Faculty Member brought about as a result of a legal notice to appear as a witness before a government or judicial agency or court of law and not covered by Section 9 of this Article, or the CDC Teacher's appearance as a litigant in a legal action. If a witness fee is payable, such fee shall be demanded and collected by the Faculty Member and remitted to the District up to the CDC Teacher's prorated pay for such absence. (4) The illness of a member of the CDC Teacher's immediate family (as defined in Section 3 of this Article) or the birth of a child to the spouse of the Faculty Member. See also Section 14 of this Article.
(5) An imminent danger as the result of flooding or fire or similar natural catastrophe to the personal residence of a Faculty Member. (6) The observance by the Faculty Member of a holiday of the CDC Teacher's religion (see also Section 16). (7) Other reasons which the Faculty Member cannot reasonably be expected to disregard and which have been submitted in writing and approved by the Dean. Section 12 - Military Leave Military leaves shall be granted in accordance with applicable law. Section 13 - Expanded Use of Sick Leave In accordance with Section 233 of the California Labor Code, CDC Teachers may use accrued sick leave during any calendar year, up to six (6) days per year, to attend to an illness of a child, parent, or spouse. These absences will be charged to the CDC Teacher's accrued sick leave account. This section does not extend the maximum period of leave to which a CDC Teacher is entitled under the federal Family and Medical Leave Act or the California Family Rights Act, and it does not apply to the use of differential leave pursuant to Section 87780 of the California Education Code. The use of accrued sick leave for purposes of this section is in addition to any accrued sick leave used for personal necessity pursuant to Section 11 of this Article. Section 14 - Family Care and Medical Leave The District is covered by the provisions of the federal Family and Medical Leave Act and the California Family Rights Act. Eligible CDC Teachers may apply for family care and medical leave pursuant to the District's policy adopted in accordance with such Acts. Section 15 - Pregnancy, Family and Infant Care NOTE: Some of the leaves of absence available under this section are unpaid leaves. For general regulations on granting of leaves of absence for pregnancy and childbirth, refer to Section 87766 of the Education Code. (a) Optional unpaid portion The District may, upon application and approval, grant an unpaid pre-childbirth leave of absence to a pregnant employee prior to the period of actual disability. (b) Utilization of Sick Leave During the time the CDC Teacher is physically disabled and unable to perform her regular duties due to pregnancy, miscarriage, childbirth and recovery therefrom, she shall be permitted to utilize her accrued sick leave. This provision, which permits a paid leave to be taken while on an unpaid leave, is an exception to the general rule. (c) Physician Certifications A pregnant CDC Teacher who elects not to apply for an unpaid pre-childbirth leave shall be permitted to continue during pregnancy disability, provided that she can and does continue to perform the full duties and responsibilities of her position. The CDC Teacher must also supply to the District her physician's certification as to the
beginning and ending dates of actual pregnancy-related disability for which sick leave is claimed, and a release form from the physician to return to work. (d ) Infant Care After the period of disability, the CDC Teacher shall, upon written request, be placed on an unpaid status for purposes of infant care for the remainder of the academic year in which the childbirth occurred and this status may, at the discretion of the District, be extended for as much as two school years. Comparable unpaid leave for the purpose of infant care shall be made available to a CDC Teacher who is the parent of a newly-born child. The CDC Teacher will retain her or his seniority rank and eligibility for step advancement and all such leaves shall run concurrently with family leave pursuant to federal and state law. Section 16 - Non-Paid Leaves The District shall grant unpaid leaves of absence to CDC Teachers for extended disability, religious holidays, or for any other reason, subject to the conditions set forth by the District (see Section 11). Section 17 - Continuation Of Benefits While On Unpaid Leave Of Absence (a) The District shall continue to provide medical, dental, vision and/or life insurance benefits, at District expense, for any CDC Teacher who is on an unpaid leave of absence commencing after the beginning of the Academic Year, on the same basis as such benefits were provided while the CDC Teacher was in paid status, through the last day of the calendar month following the calendar month in which the CDC Teacher was last in paid status. If the CDC Teacher chooses to continue such benefits after the last day of the calendar month following the calendar month in which the CDC Teacher was last in paid status, or if the CDC Teacher commences his or her unpaid leave at the beginning of the Academic Year, the CDC Teacher may continue coverage for such benefits at his or her own expense, at the premium contracted by the District, so long as the CDC Teacher files application for such continuation of enrollment with the Public Employees Retirement Service no later than the last day of the month following the month in which the unpaid leave commenced, or in the case of an unpaid leave of absence, commencing at the beginning of the Academic Year, no later than July 31 preceding the commencement of the unpaid leave. The CDC Teacher is responsible for payment of any dependent or other coverage as if in paid status. The District shall provide COBRA notices at the termination of benefits, as provided by law. (b) Vacation shall not be accrued for any unpaid leave which exceeds one-half of the working days in any month. (c) During the period of any unpaid leave of absence, the CDC Teacher shall not accrue sick leave. However, the CDC Teacher's sick leave accrued as of the commencement of such leave shall not be reduced. Section 18 - Pay Reduction A CDC Teacher's employment contract will be reduced pro rata for each day of unpaid leave. The pro-ration shall be based on the number of working days in the CDC Teacher's assignment.
Article VIII INSURANCE BENEFITS Section 1 - Medical Plans The District shall contribute the minimum payment required, in order to participate in CalPERS medical plan, toward payment of the premium of a medical plan selected by the eligible permanent CDC Teacher. The medical plan chosen by the CDC Teacher shall be one of those offered by CalPERS or other providers who contract with the District. (a) The District shall provide as a supplemental benefit plan for each permanent CDC Teacher an amount equal to the difference between the minimum premium payment made by the District and the total cost of the medical plan selected by the CDC Teacher. (b) The supplemental benefit plan is applicable to all eligible retirees ages 55 - 65 in accordance with Section 7 of this Article. The CalPERS system will deduct the monthly insurance premium only from the retiree's STRS or PERS retirement check and the District will reimburse the retiree for the cost of the employee's health insurance premium. (c) The CDC Teacher may elect to have his/her eligible dependents covered under the medical plan the CDC Teacher selects. If the CDC Teacher selects either of the two CalPERS PPO/indemnity plans offered by the District, the CDC Teacher shall pay thirty percent (30%) of the cost of such dependent coverage and the District shall pay the remaining seventy percent (70%) of such cost. If the CDC Teacher selects any of the CalPERS HMO plans offered by the District, the District will pay one hundred percent (100%) of the coverage. (d) A CDC Teacher whose spouse is a District employee and who selects PERSCare or PERSChoice medical plans may opt to have one (1) medical plan which covers both the employee and the employee's spouse. The District shall pay the difference between two- (2) party and family coverage in order to equalize the paid coverage for this situation. Under this option, an employee spouse would not select his/her own coverage but would opt to be covered under the CDC Teacher Primary Coverage. (e) CDC Teachers may, during the CalPERS open enrollment period in the month of May each year, change plan coverage effective January 1 of each such year. (f) CalPERS coverage begins on the first of the month following the first day the CDC Teacher is in paid status. Thus, a CDC Teacher whose first day in paid status occurs on August 10 of any year will have coverage beginning on September 1 of that year. The CDC Teacher's coverage continues until the first of the month following a full calendar month after the month in which the CDC Teacher's last day in paid service occurs. Thus, a CDC Teacher whose last day in paid status was March 10 of any year will have coverage through the month of April. Coverage for the dental plans and the vision plan begins and ends in the same manner. Section 2 - Dental Plans The District will continue to maintain its current dental plans for all Full-Time CDC Teachers and will continue to pay the monthly premium cost of the CDC Teacher's coverage. If the CDC
Teacher selects the Delta Dental Plan and elects to cover his/her eligible dependents by such plan, the CDC Teacher will pay thirty percent (30%) of the cost of such dependent coverage and the District will pay seventy percent (70%) of such cost. If the CDC Teacher selects the Continental Dental Plan and elects to cover the CDC Teacher's eligible dependents by such plan, the District will pay the entire cost of the dependent coverage. Section 3 - Vision Plan The District will continue to maintain its current Vision Service Plan for Full-Time CDC Teachers and will pay the entire monthly premium cost for the CDC Teacher's coverage. If the CDC Teacher elects to have his/her eligible dependents covered by the Plan, the CDC Teacher will pay thirty percent (30%) of the cost of such coverage and the District will pay seventy percent (70%) of the cost of such coverage. Section 4 - Life Insurance - AD&D The District will maintain its life insurance and accidental death and dismemberment insurance plan. The District will pay for the cost of such coverage. Section 5 - Short-Term Disability Income Insurance The District will continue to make available to Full-Time CDC Teachers a short-term disability income insurance plan. The CDC Teacher who elects coverage by this plan shall pay the entire cost of such coverage. Section 6 - Tax-Sheltered Annuity The District will pay Four Hundred Twenty Dollars ($420.00) at the end of each full year of completed service to each Full-Time CDC Teacher not electing dependent medical, dental, and vision insurance coverage for such year. The CDC Teacher may, pursuant to Internal Revenue Code regulations, use this sum for a tax-sheltered annuity contribution. Section 7 - Retiree Medical Insurance (a) The District will provide medical insurance only for any Full-Time CDC Teacher who retires pursuant to the regulations of the California State Teacher's Retirement System after reaching age fifty-five (55), from the time of retirement until reaching age sixty-five (65) and provided the CDC Teacher remains in retired status. Regarding dependent coverage for retirees, the District will also make available to such a retiree medical insurance and dental insurance for eligible dependents with the cost of such coverage to be borne by the retiree, provided such option for dependent coverage is made when the retiree is first eligible. (b) The District shall offer to all eligible retirees sixty-five (65) years and older, the one-time opportunity to participate in the CalPERS medical plan. Retirees who choose not to participate in CalPERS when this one-time offer is made, relinquish all future rights to participate in CalPERS. The District shall contribute the same minimum payment as specified in Section 1 of this Article for an eligible retiree who elects to participate. The retiree shall be responsible for the cost of the medical coverage equal to the difference between the District's payment and the total cost of the selected medical plan. Section 8 - Refund Of Premiums In the event there is a refund of insurance premiums paid, the refund shall be applied to the District's cost for the subsequent year. Section 9 - Voluntary Tax-Sheltered Annuities
A Full-Time CDC Teacher may, subject to the provisions of the Internal Revenue Code, the California Revenue and Taxation code, and the Education Code, voluntarily elect to purchase a tax-sheltered annuity or annuities and enter into an amendment of his/her contract of employment for this purpose and effect a corresponding reduction in salary. Section 10 - Voluntary Employee Organization Insurance Plans Where such deduction has been requested by the CDC Teacher in a revocable written authorization, the District shall deduct monthly payments of premiums for a group life or disability insurance plan available to the CDC Teacher as a result of membership in any employee organization. The written authorization or revocation notice shall be on file with the District at least thirty (30) days in advance. Section 11 - Disability Coverage Any Full-Time CDC Teacher who has completed ten (10) or more years of service with the District and who is determined by the California State Teacher's Retirement System to be totally disabled and is awarded disability benefits by the California State Teacher's Retirement System, shall be eligible to continue medical coverage in the District's medical insurance plans available to CDC Teachers with the cost of such coverage to be borne by the disabled individual. The disabled individual must elect to continue such coverage at the time District sponsored coverage would otherwise lapse. Such coverage will remain in effect, subject to the payment of the premium cost by such disabled individual, until the individual attains the age of sixty-five (65) or chooses at an earlier age to discontinue making payment. Section 12 - Part-Time CDC Teacher Benefits (a) Medical Premium Reimbursement Effective January 1, 2002, the District will provide $20,000 to the Federation of Teachers to provide for reimbursement for medical insurance premiums. This amount, if not used in full, will be carried over to the next calendar year. It will be included as an "increased cost of medical benefits" in the "Adjusted COLA" formula (Appendix E). The $20,000 contribution shall be made annually in future years, unless different terms are negotiated in future negotiations. (b) Retirement Part-Time CDC Teacher(s) shall contribute four percent (4%) of pay to the STRS Cash Balance Plan and the District shall contribute five percent (5%) of the Part-Time CDC Teacher's pay to the STRS Cash Balance Plan. Section 13 - Domestic Partner Benefits 1. The District shall provide medical and other benefits to domestic partners in accordance with the Domestic Partner Rights and Responsibilities Act of 2003 (DPRRA). California Education Code, Section 297 provides that registered domestic partners shall have the same rights, protections, and benefits, and shall be subject to the same responsibilities and obligations, and duties under the law, whether they derive from statutes, administrative regulations, court rules, government policies, common law, or any other provisions or sources of law, as are granted and imposed upon spouses. 2. In order to be eligible for benefits, partners must register with the State of California, Secretary of State. In addition, the eligible employee and domestic partner must:
(a) Be unmarried and not related to each other; (b) Have lived together for at least six months, sharing the common necessities interdependence; (c) Be at least eighteen (18) years of age and competent to enter into a contract, or, in the case of persons of opposite sex, one or both persons must be over sixty-two (62) years of age. 3. An employee has sixty (60) days from the date of enrollment with the Secretary of State to complete the HBD12 Health Enrollment Form to enroll their domestic partner and eligible dependent children. 4. To obtain coverage both employee and their partner must certify their eligibility by completing the District's Affidavit of Domestic Partnership Form. Article IX VACATION Section 1 - Allowance Full-Time CDC Teachers employed on a fiscal year basis shall be entitled to twenty (20) workdays of vacation each year. Such Teachers shall also be entitled to bonus vacation days during any fiscal year if the Teacher has twenty-five (25) or more days of sick leave accrued as of June 20 of the prior fiscal year. The CDC Teacher shall be entitled to one (1) day of vacation in the subsequent year for each full twenty-five days of such leave accrued as of June 30 of the prior year with a maximum of five (5) bonus vacation days in any one year. Section 2 - Accrual Vacation time will be accrued on a monthly basis with full credit for each completed calendar month of service in which the CDC Teacher is in paid status for a minimum of one-half of the working days in such month. A CDC Teacher who is in paid status for less than one half of the working days in a calendar month shall accrue vacation credit at a rate of .03846 time ratio for the CDC Teacher's total annual vacation allowance to ten (10) times each regular hour the CDC Teacher was on paid status. Section 3 - Accumulation Each July eligible CDC Teachers will be notified by the District of their June 30 accrued vacation credits. No more than thirty (30) days of that June 30 accrued vacation credited may be continued beyond December of that year. Under this procedure those June 30 vacation days in excess of thirty (30) at the close of the business on December 31 each year will be paid to the Teacher at his or her current rate of pay and the total vacation credits reduced to thirty (30) days, except for any additional vacation days which may have been accrued, but not used for service since that June 30. Section 4 - Scheduling A CDC Teacher shall submit a request in writing to the CDC Director or Division Dean for vacation time as far in advance as feasible. If the Child Development Center's work load is such that certain periods of the year are critical, the Director may block out those periods for vacations provided that the periods so blocked out do not exceed a total of ninety calendar days in any given year. Section 5 - Termination
Upon leaving the employment of the District, a CDC Teacher shall be entitled to lump-sum compensation for all earned and unused vacation at the CDC Teacher's current salary. Time off for earned and unused vacation may not be taken in lieu of payment following the last full day worked.
Article X HOLIDAYS
Section 1 - Regular Holidays The District will observe the following holidays without loss of pay to CDC Teachers employed on a fiscal schedule:
New Year's Day Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Lincoln's Day Washington's Day Memorial Day Independence Day
Labor Day Veteran's Day Thanksgiving Day Day after Thanksgiving Christmas Day
Two (2) additional holidays in accordance with the adopted calendar.
If a holiday listed above falls on a Sunday, the following Monday shall be observed as the holiday; similarly, if a holiday listed above falls on a Saturday, the preceding Friday shall be observed as the holiday. If Independence Day falls on Friday or Saturday, the preceding Thursday shall be observed.
Section 2 - Winter Recess The District shall provide three additional holidays each year during or in conjunction with the Winter Recess at a one-time cost of 1.2% of a future salary increase. [Refer to Memorandum of Understanding attached after Article XVIII of this Agreement.]
Article XI EVALUATIONS Probationary CDC Teachers shall be evaluated at least once per calendar year. Permanent CDC Teachers shall be evaluated every two (2) years. They may also be subject to the evaluation process for cause at a time other than the normal evaluation rotation schedule, subject to the approval of the appropriate Dean and provided that at least six (6) months have passed since the last evaluation for which the permanent CDC Teacher has received an overall rating of satisfactory. See Appendix F for evaluation forms.
Article XII EDUCATIONAL REIMBURSEMENT PROGRAM The District will reimburse100% of the enrollment fees, student body I.D. fee, and applicable health fees of permanent CDC Teachers, their spouses and/or legal dependents to attend El Camino College under the conditions outlined in Appendix G.
Article XIII GENERAL PROVISIONS Section 1 - Non-Discrimination The District and the Federation agree not to discriminate against any CDC Teacher on the basis of race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, sex, age, marital status, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, or service as Vietnam era veteran. Section 2 - Personnel Files There shall be one official District personnel file for each CDC Teacher and the CDC Teacher shall have the right to inspect the file upon written request. The material in the file shall be made available for inspection by the CDC Teacher to whom the file pertains except ratings, reports or records that were (1) obtained prior to the employment of the CDC Teacher, (2) prepared by identifiable selection committee members, or (3) obtained in connection with a promotional evaluation. Any item to be placed in the file shall be clearly identified as to its source or originator and its date of receipt by the District. Information that could impact the evaluation of the CDC Teacher, except that listed in the first paragraph of this section, shall not be entered or filed unless and until the CDC Teacher is given notice and an opportunity to review and comment thereon. Section 3 - Right to Representation Upon the request of the CDC Teacher, the District shall afford the CDC Teacher the right to have A Federation representative present at meetings involving the CDC Teacher and District that could result in negative consequences to the CDC Teacher's employment. This request may be made prior to or during the meeting. The District and the Federation will cooperate to schedule such meeting. Section 4 - Home Address/Telephone Number CDC Teachers are required to keep on file their current home addresses and telephone numbers in the Office of the Child Development Center Director and in Human Resources. Section 5 - Tuberculosis Examination An X-Ray of the chest or a tuberculin skin test shall be required of each CDC Teacher every four (4) years between July 1 and December 31, and the results of such examination shall be filed with Human Resources. The cost of the examination shall be paid by the District, providing that it is administered by the College Health Center or medical center retained by the District for this purpose. If the tuberculin skin test shows a positive reaction, the CDC Teacher shall be required to have a chest X-Ray examination. If examination results in a finding that the CDC Teacher is suspected of having active tuberculosis, the CDC Teacher shall be immediately released of all duties, granted paid leave
benefits to which he or she is entitled, and shall be reinstated only after conclusive evidence is present that the CDC Teacher is free of active tuberculosis. A CDC Teacher may file an affidavit with Human Resources stating that the CDC Teacher adheres to the faith or teachings of any well-recognized religious sect, denomination, or organization, and in accordance with its creed, tenets, or principles, depends for healing upon prayer in the practice of religion, and that to the best of the CDC Teacher's knowledge and belief that active tuberculosis is not present and request that an examination hearing be held before the Board of Trustees. Section 6 - Directed Examination If the District has reasonable cause to believe that a CDC Teacher's ability to perform the assigned duties is impaired by a physical, mental, or emotional disease or condition, the District shall discuss this concern with the CDC Teacher involved and may, if deemed appropriate, suggest that the CDC Teacher seek appropriate professional assistance. If the CDC Teacher does not show adequate improvement over a reasonable period of time in the performance of the assigned duties, the Director of Human Resources may require the CDC Teacher to undergo appropriate examinations by a Board Certified or Board Eligible psychiatrist, physician, or clinical psychologist selected by the District and specializing in the area of concern. The CDC Teacher may request that the psychiatrist, physician, or clinical psychologist selected by the District and a psychiatrist, physician, or clinical psychologist selected by the CDC Teacher select a third such professional to conduct the examinations which shall be at the District's expense. The CDC Teacher shall be required to execute a release so that the psychiatrist, physician, or clinical psychologist may make a confidential report of the findings to the Director of Human Resources. In the event that the report concludes that the CDC Teacher is able to perform the assigned duties, the report shall be destroyed. A required examination shall be deferred in the event the CDC Teacher chooses to take the matter to grievance pending the outcome of the grievance process. Section 7 - Mandated Fingerprint Clearance Requirements In accordance with State, Federal, Local, and District rules and regulations, all CDC Teachers are required to have clearance from the Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Child Abuse Index prior to employment. Article XIV EMPLOYMENT SEPARATION Section 1 - Retirement CDC Teachers may elect to retire pursuant to the provisions of the State Teacher's Retirement System or Public Employee's Retirement System. Upon such retirement, the CDC Teacher's service with the District shall be considered terminated. Section 2 - Retiree Medical Insurance
The District will provide medical insurance only for any Full-Time CDC Teacher who retires pursuant to the regulations of the California State Teachers' Retirement System or Public Employee Retirement System, after reaching age fifty-five (55) from the time of retirement until reaching age sixty-five (65) and provided the CDC Teacher remains in retired status. Regarding dependent coverage for retirees, the District will also make available to such a retiree medical insurance and dental insurance for eligible dependents with the cost of such coverage to be borne by the retiree, provided such option for dependent coverage is made when the retiree is first eligible. As long as the District contracts with CalPERS and per CalPERS regulations, the District shall offer to all eligible retires sixty-five (65) years and older, the one-time opportunity to participate in medical plan offered by CalPERS under the Public Employees Medical and Hospital Care Act. Retirees, who choose not to participate in CalPERS when this one-time offer is made, relinquish all future rights to participate in CalPERS. The District shall contribute the same minimum payment paid during the employee's service prior to retirement for the eligible retiree who elects to participate. The retiree shall be responsible for the cost of the medical coverage equal to the difference between the District's payment and the total cost of the selected medical plan. Section 3 - Retirement Contribution CDC Teachers are required to contribute to the California State Teacher's Retirement System or Public Employee's Retirement System as provided by State Teacher's Retirement Law. The District shall contribute such sums to the retirement system as are required by law. Section 4 - Disability A CDC Teacher who is determined to be disabled by the retirement system and who is approved for a disability allowance shall be considered, upon such approval, to be terminated due to disability. Section 5 - Disability Coverage Any Full-Time CDC Teacher who has completed ten or more years of service with the District and who is determined by the California State Teacher's Retirement System or Public Employee's Retirement System to be totally disabled and is awarded disability benefits by the retirement system, shall be eligible to continue medical coverage in the District's medical insurance plans available to CDC Teachers with the cost for such coverage to be borne by the disabled individual. The disabled individual must elect to continue such coverage at the time District sponsored coverage would otherwise lapse. Such coverage will remain in effect, subject to the payment of the premium cost by such disabled individual, until the individual attains the age of sixty-five (65) or chooses at an earlier age to discontinue payment. Section 6 - Resignation The District shall accept a CDC Teacher's voluntary resignation provided that the CDC Teacher submits a written notice of such resignation to the CDC Director or Division Dean at the earliest opportunity, but no later than June 1 of the year. The President or Designee shall be empowered to accept in writing the resignation and shall waive the time when the resignation shall take effect, subject to approval by the Board of Trustees. Prior to Board approval, the CDC Teacher may withdraw the resignation, subject to the agreement of the President or Designee. Article XV
DISCIPLINE The District recognizes that employee discipline must be fairly imposed with adherence to the concept of progressive discipline. Progressive discipline is a process for dealing with job-related behavior that does not meet expected and communicated performance standards. The process features increasingly formal efforts to provide feedback to employees so that they may correct potential performance problems as they arise. The goal of progressive discipline is to improve employee performance. The process of progressive discipline is not intended as a punishment for an employee, but to assist the employee to overcome performance problems and satisfy job expectations. Section 1: General Discipline When problems arise in behavior or in the performance of assigned duties and responsibilities, the District will attempt to assist the CDC Teacher in solving these problems. Should discipline be warranted, it shall be administered based on the severity of the action or situation, which may warrant progressive or emergency discipline. Disciplinary actions may include: Verbal Counseling Verbal Reprimand Written Reprimand Suspension (with or without pay) Demotion Dismissal Discipline shall not be administered without just cause. Discipline shall be administered in a timely fashion. The Child Development Center Director is responsible for promptly investigating a disciplinary matter and shall administer discipline within a reasonable period of time from the infraction. The discipline shall be related in severity to the seriousness of the offense. Unless otherwise specified in the California Education Code, suspension, demotion, and dismissal shall be subject to the provision of the Grievance Procedure. . Section 2: Emergency Disciplinary Action Nothing herein shall preclude the District from effectuating an immediate suspension without pay pending final disciplinary action when reasonable cause exists to believe the suspension is to protect the best interests of the District, in which event a notice of intended disciplinary action will be mailed or hand delivered no later than three (3) work days after the suspension. Such suspension shall be with pay if the disciplinary action is subsequently overruled. Emergency disciplinary action is to be implemented solely in situations where an employee's continued presence in the work environment constitutes a clear and immediate hazard to the District, its employees, property or students. Article XVI DISPUTE RESOLUTION
Section 1 - Purpose And Definitions It is the purpose of the Article to outline a procedure for addressing disputes that may arise between the Federation and the District in order that they may be resolved in the timeliest, amicable, and efficient manner consistent with meeting the individual and mutual interests of the parties concerned. (a) Complaint: An allegation that there has been a misinterpretation, misapplication, inequitable application, or violation of the terms, provisions, and conditions of the Agreement or of any "Policy of the District" to the extent that the individual, group, or Federation, as the case may be, believes to have been adversely affected and unfairly or inequitably treated. (b) Policy Of The District: A rule, regulation, or policy adopted by the Board of Trustees. (c) Grievance: A written complaint filed pursuant to Section 6 of this Article, which complainant states a claim of a violation of the terms and conditions of this Agreement and that such violation adversely affects the grievant(s). (d) Complainant/Grievant: An individual CDC Teacher or a group of CDC Teachers, an individual acting on behalf of a CDC Teacher having the same or similar grievance or complaint, or the Federation. (e) Mediation: The process by which an impartial Third Party (Mediator) assists the parties involved in a dispute to resolve their differences and arrive at a mutually agreeable settlement. (f) Mediator: The person or persons selected by the President of the Federation and the Director of Human Resources to implement the mediation process. (g) Working Days: Any day during which the Administrative Offices of the District are open for business to the public. (h) Director: For purposes of this Article, the term "Director" refers to the Director of the Child Development Center who is the responsible District officer involved in the acts complained of. Section 2 - Exclusions It is expressly understood that the following are specifically excluded: (a) Any dispute concerning the provisions of Article I, Recognition, (b) Any dispute arising out of either the existence of, or the exercise of, any of the rights of the District as set forth in Article II, Rights of the District, or any other rights of the District not expressly limited by the terms of this Agreement; and (c) Such other exclusions, as may be included within this Agreement. Section 3 - Informal Complaint Prior to filing a formal complaint pursuant to Section 4, the CDC Teacher shall initially discuss the complaint and the remedy sought in person with the Director within ten (10) working days after the circumstance or action giving rise to the complaint was discovered or reasonably could have been discovered. The parties will informally discuss the complaint and make an earnest and good-faith effort to resolve it. Section 4 - Formal Complaint (a) If the complaint is not resolved at the Section 3 meeting, the CDC Teacher(s) who desires to proceed further with the complaint shall file the complaint in writing with the Director within ten (10) working days after the Section 3 meeting. The complaint shall fully state the facts surrounding the complaint and shall specify the provision or provisions of this Agreement alleged to have been violated or the Policy of the District alleged to have been
violated and the remedy sought. The complaint shall be signed and dated by the CDC Teacher(s) and shall include a statement that the Section 3 efforts were not successful in resolving the complaint. (b) Upon receipt of the complaint, the Director shall promptly forward two (2) copies of the complaint to the Director of Human Resources, who shall in turn promptly forward one (1) copy to the President of the Federation. The Director will promptly schedule a meeting with the CDC Teacher to review and discuss the complaint. Such meeting will be scheduled to take place no later than five (5) working days from the date the written complaint is received by the Director. (c) The Director will provide the CDC Teacher with a written reply to the complaint, either hand delivered or by certified mail within ten (10) working days following the date of the meeting. Such reply will terminate this Section 4 procedure. Section 5 - Mediation Any complaint that is not resolved through the procedures set forth in Sections 3 and 4 may be pursued within ten (10) working days of the Section 4 response of the Director/Dean by the CDC Teacher or the Director/Dean in accordance with the following procedure: (a) The CDC Teacher or Director/Dean shall notify the President of the Federation and the Director of Human Resources in writing of the referral of the dispute to Mediation. Copies of the complaint and reply shall accompany such notification. (b) (1) The President of the Federation and the Director of Human Resources, or designee(s), shall meet promptly (within five (5) working days) to agree upon the selection of a Mediator from a pre-determined list of qualified persons. The complainant(s) and the Dean must agree on the selection and the person selected must agree to serve as Mediator in the dispute. (2) If the President of the Federation and the Director of Human Resources cannot agree on a Mediator, each will select at least three (3) names from the pre-determined list and will place the names in a vessel and will draw the names one by one, with the first name drawn being the first to solicit for the assignment, subject to the concurrence of the complainant(s) and the Director, and sequentially in the order drawn. (3) The selected and agreed-upon Mediator will promptly (within five (5) working days after the appointment) set the time and place of mediation in writing to the complainant(s) and the Director with copies to the President of the Federation and the Director of Human Resources. (4) If the Mediator desires another mediator to participate as a team in the Mediation, the Mediator will select such person from the pre-determined list. The President of the Federation, the Director of Human Resources, and the parties to the dispute shall approve such selection. The first appointed Mediator should retain the administrative responsibilities for the Mediation. (c) The parties shall make a good-faith effort to resolve the issues identified in the complaint through the use of the Mediator who will assist the parties in their efforts to achieve a mutually satisfactory resolution of the complaint. The Mediator shall not issue any public statement of fact or opinion concerning the issues or positions under discussion. Similarly, in no instance shall the form or matter of these discussions, including settlement statements, positions, offers, or proposals made during the mediation process be revealed publicly by the parties nor referred to or introduced in any subsequent proceedings except with the written permission of the parties directly involved.
(d) The mediation conference shall be informal in nature. There shall be no formal rules of evidence. No transcript of the conference, written or verbal, shall be made. Any additional ground rules the parties shall agree upon pertaining to the conduct of the conference. The Mediator shall attempt to assure that the parties reveal all pertinent and relevant facts, considerations, and concerns. The Mediator shall have the authority to meet with the parties separately and in confidence (caucus), but will have no authority to compel a resolution of the complaint. Any of the parties may request the attendance of one other person of his/her choice in order to provide assistance or support for that party; however, only those parties directly involved in the complaint may participate as spokespersons during the mediation conference. The parties may also call witnesses in order to clarify the facts involved in the dispute. (e) If a satisfactory resolution of the complaint is achieved during the mediation conference, the parties shall sign a written statement to that effect and thus waive the right of the parties to any further appeal of the complaint, unless the terms and conditions of the agreement are not adhered to. The Mediator shall provide a copy to the District and the Federation, each of which shall then have ten (10) working days in which to file a response regarding whether the written agreement resolving the complaint is unreasonable or inconsistent with the terms of the Agreement or Policy of the District. Such response, if any, will be considered during the follow-up phase of the mediation process pursuant to subsection (g) of this Section. (f) If a resolution is not achieved during the mediation conference, the Mediator shall provide the parties a non-binding opinion regarding potentially workable resolution alternatives. Such opinions are of advisory, non-precedential nature only. Confidentiality provisions contained in subsection (c) of this Section shall apply to such opinions. (g) The Mediator shall be responsible for sending to all parties directly involved in the complaint, as well as to the District and Federation, a copy of the written agreement resolving the complaint; or, if there is no resolution, a written statement to that effect. Any written response(s) from the District or the Federation shall be sent directly to the Mediator. The Mediator shall then convene a mediation conference within ten (10) working days of receipt of any response(s) in order that the parties to the complaint and the Mediator may discuss what, if any, revisions may be incorporated into the agreement as written that would address the concerns identified in the District and/or Federation response(s). (h) The Mediator may terminate the proceedings under this Section at any time if neither the interests of the parties nor the integrity of the process are served by continuing. (i) No later than thirty (30) days following the concluding mediation conference, the Mediator shall contact the parties to the complaint to assess the status of their dispute, compliance with any written agreement, and assess the possible need for an additional mediation conference or an extension of time for further follow-up monitoring by the Mediator. (j) The Mediator shall maintain a complete written confidential record of all discussions and communications occurring before and during the conference, and including follow-up, that transpired as they relate to the implementation of this Section. (k) For complaints involving alleged violation or misapplication of the Policy of the District and complaints pursuant to Section 15 of this Article, the process shall conclude at this point. (l) The Director of Human Resources shall from time to time designate a classified employee of the District to provide secretarial assistance to the Mediator in making arrangements and in preparing and forwarding any notices of the documents required. The President of the Federation and the Director of Human Resources shall agree on such forms as may be needed to facilitate the mediation process. Section 6 - Grievance
If the complaint is not resolved per Section 5 of this Article, the complainant may, within ten (10) working days, appeal any complaint as a grievance by filing a written statement of appeal with the President of the Federation and the Director of Human Resources. This statement, together with a copy of the written complaint and the Director's written reply, shall begin the grievance process. The appropriate Vice President shall schedule a meeting within ten (10) working days of the receipt of the written appeal in order to resolve the grievance. Within ten (10) working days following that meeting, the Vice President shall send a written statement of decision on the appeal to both the CDC Teacher and the Federation. Section 7 - Timely Statement If a complaint or grievance is not processed by the CDC Teacher in accordance with the time limits set forth in the Article, the complaint or grievance shall be considered settled on the basis of the decision made per Section 4 (complaint) or Section 6 (grievance). If the District fails to respond to the complaint or grievance within the time limits set forth in this Article, the complaint or grievance shall be considered settled on the assumption that the remedy being sought by the CDC Teacher is acceptable to the District. The time limits specified in the Article are intended to be maximum limits and every effort should be made to expedite the settlement process. However, the time limits set forth in the Article may be extended by written mutual agreement between the District and the CDC Teacher or the District and the Federation, as the case may be, provided that the time limits shall be extended if any party to the complaint or grievance is incapacitated by virtue of causes beyond that party's control. Time limits will be tolled during non-instructional periods. The participants in a meeting or conference may agree in writing to adjourning and convening at a more convenient time and date. Section 8 - Federation Assistance The CDC Teacher shall be entitled to Federation assistance per Section 3 and 4 and 5, and Federation representation per Section 6. If the CDC Teacher desires such assistance or representation, the Federation shall inform the Director, Mediator, or Vice President, as the case may be, of the person selected by the CDC Teacher in order that the meeting or conference can be scheduled so as not to conflict with assigned duties. Similarly, the District may invite an additional management employee to be present at all meetings and conferences. The District and the Federation may also designate a substitute for the person identified as the responsible District and Federation representative in this Article; however, that substitute must possess the authority to resolve the dispute. Section 9 - Scheduling All meetings and conferences will be held during the normal business day and shall be scheduled, where possible, by the Director, Mediator, or Vice President at hours that do not conflict with the assigned duties of the CDC Teacher(s) involved. In the event that the Director, Mediator, or Vice President schedules a meeting or conference which conflicts with the assigned duties of the affected CDC Teacher(s), the CDC Teacher(s) will not suffer any loss of pay as a result of attending such meeting or conference. Section 10 - Federation Complaint If the Federation has a complaint concerning the application of the provisions of the Agreement or Policy of the District, it shall provide written copies of such complaint to the appropriate Vice President and the Director of Human Resources within ten (10) working days from the date the Federation discovered or could have discovered the facts giving rise to the Complaint. The
Federation shall comply with the requirements set forth in this Article commencing with Section 3. Section 11 - Multi Party Complaint If a group of CDC Teachers has the same or similar complaint, one CDC Teacher may file the complaint on that CDC Teacher's own behalf as well as on the behalf of the other CDC Teachers similarly situated. The CDC Teacher who files such a class or group complaint shall first obtain the signatures of all the CDC Teachers in the class or group who thereby authorize and give their specific approval for the CDC Teacher to process the complaint on their behalf. Since all signatories shall be considered parties to the dispute and any settlement that is reached, the CDC Teacher pursuing the complaint prior to the final approval of any agreement shall consult all of the CDC Teachers. Section 12 - Initial Salary Placement A CDC Teacher who has a complaint concerning initial placement on the salary schedule shall first discuss the issue with the Director of Human Resources, commencing with Section 3 of this Article, within sixty (60) days from the beginning of employment, fiscal year or academic year, as the case may be. Section 13 - Arbitration Grievances that are not resolved pursuant to this Article and which the Federation, in its sole discretion and exclusive right, desires to pursue further, shall be submitted for arbitration as provided by this Section. The Federation shall give written notice to the President of its desire to arbitrate the grievance within thirty (30) working days following receipt of the written notice per Section 6 of the Article. Failure to file such a request within these time limits shall terminate this process. The only matters that are subject to arbitration are those that constitute grievances and have been processed in accordance with the previous sections of this Article. Any matter that is excluded under Section 2 of this Article is also not subject to arbitration. (a) The parties shall agree on an arbitrator no later than ten (10) working days following the District's receipt of the Federation's written notice desiring arbitration of the grievance. If no agreement is reached between the parties within that period, they shall jointly request that the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service supply a panel of eleven (11) names of potential arbitrators. The parties will remove from the panel any proposed arbitrator who is not a member of the National Academy of Arbitrators. The parties shall then alternately strike names of the modified panel list until one name remains. The party who strikes the first name shall be determined by the flip of a coin. (b) The function and purpose of the arbitrator is to resolve the disputed interpretation of the terms actually found in this Agreement. Such resolution shall be based on the disputed facts upon which the application of the provisions of this Agreement depend and considering the intent of the parties when such provisions were agreed upon. The arbitrator shall have no authority to alter, amend, add to, or subtract from the terms, conditions, or provisions of this Agreement, and shall determine only whether or not there has been a violation of such terms, conditions, or provisions as alleged in the grievance and what the appropriate remedy will be. (c) The decision of the arbitrator as limited herein shall be final and binding upon the parties to the dispute. No decision rendered by the arbitrator shall be retroactive beyond the occurrence of the event giving rise to the grievance. (d) All fees and expenses of the arbitration, including a reporter's transcript, if the arbitrator determines that a transcript is desirable, shall be paid equally by the parties. If the arbitrator determines that the reporter's transcript is not desirable, the party ordering the
transcript shall pay the cost. Each party shall bear the expense of preparing for and presenting its own case, except that the District shall grant released time without loss of compensation to the grievant(s) and a representative of the Federation at the arbitration hearing. Hearings will be scheduled, if possible, on District premises. Section 14 - Confidentiality All supporting documents, communications, and records dealing with the processing of a complaint, grievance, and arbitration as provided under the provisions of this Article shall be considered confidential and filed separately from the personnel file of the parties involved, and shall not be utilized in any evaluation or in providing any employment reference or recommendation without the written consent of the parties. Section 15 - Prohibited Behavior (a) All employees of the District are expected and required to conduct themselves in a manner which is appropriate to an academic environment and are not to engage in any prohibited behavior B that is, behavior which is demeaning, offensive, intimidating, or physically threatening to any other employee in the college community. (b) If a CDC Teacher has a complaint against another CDC Teacher or a classified employee of the District that such person has engaged in such prohibited behavior, such CDC Teacher shall discuss the matter with the appropriate Director within ten (10) working days. The Director is responsible for promptly investigating the matter and taking appropriate action concerning the matter. If the CDC Teacher is still not satisfied, they may proceed as set forth in Section 5 of this Article. (c) If the complaint pertains to a Director or other member of management, the CDC Teacher may discuss the matter with the appropriate Vice President, and/or may file a complaint in writing with the Director of Human Resources and the President of the Federation. This complaint will invoke the Mediation process set forth in Section 5 of this Article. (d) It is not prohibited behavior for a Director to admonish, either verbally or in writing, a CDC Teacher due to their performance (or non-performance) of duties and to warn the CDC Teacher that continuation of such conduct may result in disciplinary or other adverse action against them, so long as such statements by the Director are made in a professional manner. (e) The District has policies respecting sexual harassment and discriminatory harassment, which policies are the exclusive procedures for allegations of such conduct. Personal complaints pursuant to this Section involve allegations of prohibited behavior that are not of such a nature as to invoke the established procedures of the sexual and/or discriminatory harassment policies. (f) A personal complaint against Prohibited Behavior does not constitute a grievance as defined in this Article and such an allegation may not be used as the sole basis for a grievance; however, it may be cited as an aggravating factor to a grievance. Article XVII WORK STOPPAGE Apart from, and in addition to, existing legal restrictions upon work stoppages, the Federation hereby agrees that neither it nor its officers or authorized agents or representatives shall incite, encourage, or participate in any strike or refusal to perform services as provided in this Agreement, or other work stoppage of any nature whatsoever, or any picketing of District premises, except for picketing that is solely informational in nature, during the life of this
Agreement for any cause or dispute whatsoever or wherever located, including but not limited to disputes which are subject to the Dispute Resolution Procedures, Article XVI, disputes which are specifically not subject to the grievance and arbitration provisions of Article XVI, disputes concerning matters not mentioned in this Agreement, disputes contending that the District has committed unfair practices, and disputes with other labor organizations, persons or employers, or jurisdictional disputes. In the event of any strike or refusal to perform services as provided in this Agreement, or other work stoppage of any nature whatsoever or threat thereof, or any picketing of District premises except for picketing that is solely informational in nature, the Federation and its officers will do everything within their power to end or avert the same. Any CDC Teacher authorizing, or engaging in, or participating in, or encouraging, or sanctioning, or recognizing or assisting in any strike, or refusal to perform services as provided by this Agreement, or any work stoppage, or other concerted interference with District operations in violation of this Article, or refusing to perform duly assigned services in violation of this Article, shall not receive compensation for any period of time during which the CDC Teacher was assigned but failed to perform the required services to the District, and any such CDC Teacher may be subject to dismissal or suspension (subject to the provisions of the Education Code), or may be subject to other disciplinary action. Such disciplinary action may include denial of eligibility for a period not to exceed one (1) year of benefits or privileges provided by this Agreement and not otherwise required by the Education Code. Any such action shall be initiated by the District within thirty (30) days from the violation of this Article. Article XVIII AGREEMENT CONDITIONS AND DURATION Section 1 - Sole Agreement This Agreement when ratified and executed by each party hereto shall constitute the sole agreement between them. Any modification or amendment of this Agreement must be made by and between the parties hereto in writing and executed by each party hereto. Section 2 - Negotiating Obligation This Agreement is intended to cover all matters relating to wages, hours, and all other terms and conditions of employment. During the term of this Agreement, neither the District nor the Federation will be required to meet and negotiate on any further matters affecting these or any other subjects not specifically set forth in this Agreement. Section 3 - District and Federation Obligations Neither the District nor the Federation shall be bound by any requirement that is not expressly and explicitly stated in this Agreement. Neither the District nor the Federation is bound by any policies or past practices of the District or understandings with any employee organization or council, unless such policies or past practices or undertakings are specifically stated in this Agreement. Section 4 - Savings Clause If any provision of the Agreement is or shall be at any time contrary to law, then such provision shall not be applicable, or performed, or enforced, except to the extent permitted by law. Any substitute action that is not authorized by law shall be subject to meeting and negotiating or consultation, as the case may be, with the Federation.
Section 5 - Effective Date and Duration This Agreement shall become effective July 1, 2006, unless otherwise specified, and shall be in effect through June 30, 2007.
Section 6 - Reopener Provision The District and the Federation may reopen negotiations and/or may engage in consultation during the term of this Agreement for limited purposes, upon mutual agreement. Public notice requirements shall be met prior to reopening negotiations.
It is so agreed:
EL CAMINO COLLEGE FEDERATION OF TEACHERS Local 1388, AFT, AFL/CIO
EL CAMINO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
By: ______________________________ By: ____________________________
, Sean Donnell, Chief Negotiator
Marcia M. Wade, Chief Negotiator
By: ______________________________ By: ____________________________
Toni Newman, Negotiating Team
Sandra DeMos, Negotiating Team
By: ______________________________ By: ____________________________
Donald Brown, Negotiating Team
Gloria Miranda, Negotiating Team
Ratified by the Child Development Center Teachers on __________________. Adopted by the El Camino College Board of Trustees on __June 19, 2006_________________. By________________________________ Member, Board of Trustees
By______________________________ President, El Camino College
Memorandum of Understanding Between the El Camino Community College District and El Camino College Federation of Teachers for the Child Development Center As discussed during the full contract negotiations between the El Camino Community College District ("District") and the El Camino College Federation of Teachers for the Child Development Center ("Federation") during spring semester 2006, it is agreed that the District will provide three additional holidays each year during or in conjunction with the Winter Recess when the Child Development Center Teachers will reduce their Cost of Living Salary Adjustment by 1.2% of a future salary increase beginning in 2007 provided there is a positive adjustment of at least 1.2%. Payment of cost shall not be employed unless the entire 1.2% salary reduction can be taken in its entirety, one-time only. As the exclusive representative for the Child Development Center Teachers, the Federation understands this issue and simultaneously agrees to the proposed conditions. El CAMINO COLLEGE FEDERATION OF TEACHERS FOR THE CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER
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APPENDIX A-1
MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT BETWEEN EL CAMINO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT AND EL CAMINO COLLEGE FEDERATION OF TEACHERS LOCAL 1388, AFT, AFL-CIO
1. The District recognizes the Federation as exclusive representative of its Child Development Center Teachers. The description of that position is attached hereto. 2. The District and the Federation will execute a separate collective bargaining agreement for such Teachers. 3. Effective January 1, 1995, the salary scale for the Child Development Center Teachers will be increased in the amount of 3.25%, which increase is set forth on the attached salary scale. Child Development Center Teachers upon hire shall be placed on Step A of the Child Development Center Teachers Monthly Salary Schedule. 4. Pending the signing of the Child Development Center Teachers Agreement, the other terms and conditions of employment of such Teachers shall be governed by Board Policy 4530, which is attached.
EL CAMINO COLLEGE FEDERATION OF TEACHERS Local 1388, AFT, AFL-CIO
EL CAMINO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
By: _______________________________ Dated: ____________________________
By: _________________________ Dated: _______________________
APPENDIX A-2
El CAMINO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER TEACHER
Under the direction of the Child Development Center (CDC) Director, the CDC Teacher develops and implements a comprehensive child development program that is responsive to the unique needs of the children and their families, promotes growth in all areas of development and supports feelings of competence, self-respect and internal control. In accomplishing the responsibilities of this position the CDC Teacher shall:
* Assume primary responsibility for curriculum development and presentation during specific hours of the day. * Maintain the environment in a safe and sanitary manner. * Provide instruction and support to assigned college students. * Supervise aides on an on-going basis to facilitate their effectiveness and growth. * Attend and participate in regular staff meetings to assure a consistent high quality child development program. * Create a warm, responsive and caring environment for children and adults. * Maintain written records related to children and the environment as required. * Work as a member of a team to insure a high standard of quality throughout the CDC. * Assess children on a regular basis and use assessment data to develop individualized programs.
KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED 1. Knowledge of the principles and practices of Early Childhood Development. 2. Knowledge of child guidance techniques and classroom management. 3. Knowledge of inter-personal relations. 4. Skill using tact, patience and courtesy.
REOUIRED QUALIFICATIONS 1. Possess, or qualify and have applied for, a California Children's Center Instructional Permit. 2. Twenty-four (24) semester units of coursework in Early Childhood Education /Child Development. 3. Sixteen (16) semester units of coursework in General Education including at least one course in each of the following areas: Humanities, Social Sciences, Math and/or Science, and English. 4. Sensitivity to and understanding of the cultural and ethnic diversity of students in the program. 5. Valid CPR Certificate to be renewed as required (may be completed within 30 days of employment).
DESIRABLE OUALIFICATIONS 1. Associate of Arts/Associated of Science Degree or the equivalent desirable. 2. One year successful teaching experience desirable.
4/13/92 Rev. 3/94 Board approved: 3/21/94
APPENDIX B-1
EL CAMINO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT LEAD TEACHER ­ CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER BASIC FUNCTION: Under the direction of the Child Development Center (CDC) Director, the Lead CDC Teacher develops and implements a comprehensive child development program that is responsive to the unique needs of the children and their families, promotes growth in all areas of development, and supports feelings of competence, self-respect and internal control. The Lead Teacher plans, implements and maintains the physical environment indoors and outdoors; supervises the teaching team; works with college practicum students; and serves as acting Center Director in the absence of the Director. Position duties are fifty (50%) percent teaching related and fifty (50%) administrative support for the Center. REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES: The duties of Lead Teacher may include, but are not limited to, the following: Provide instruction to children and serve as lead for other child development center teachers. Coordinate staff schedules and act as a liaison between staff and Director by maintaining open communication between both parties. Perform duties of Director in his/her absence. Assist in planning and presentation of staff training, parent meetings, and staff meetings. Assist in the process of selecting and hiring of the student assistants. Assist with the ordering and/or purchasing of supplies and maintains a checklist of supplies. Conduct parent orientations. Inspect the center on a regular basis and arranges for any required maintenance. Advise staff, parents and children on a wide variety of concerns. Maintain written records related to children and the environment as required. Work as a member of a team to insure a high standard of quality throughout the CDC. Assess children on a regular basis, and uses assessment data to develop individualized programs. Perform related duties as assigned. APPENDIX B-2
LEAD TEACHER ­ CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER
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KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES:
KNOWLEDGE OF: Principles and practices of Early Childhood Development. Childhood guidance techniques and preschool curriculum. Age-appropriate behaviors and expectations. Oral and written communication skills.
ABILITY TO: Communicate with and resolve issues from staff, parents, children, students and others. Communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others. Operate a computer and assigned office equipment. Interact with others using tact, patience and courtesy. Work independently with little direction. Keep up with the latest research in Early Childhood Development and interpret best practices to staff members. Train, motivate and evaluate student workers and volunteers. Be sensitive to children from diverse backgrounds.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Requirements for this permit include completion of an Associate Arts degree or 60 units with 24 Early Childhood Education/Child Development units (including core courses), six semester units in the administration and supervision of Child Development programs, and two units of adult supervision. Experience includes 350 days of three or more hours per day within 4 years, including at least 100 days of supervising adults. Alternative requirements include the completion of a Bachelors' Degree or higher, or an Administrative Services credential, and twelve or more semester units in Early Childhood Education or Child Development course work plus three-unit supervised field experience in an early childhood education setting.
The Lead Teacher must be sensitive to and understand the cultural and ethnic diversity of students in the program.
Desirable qualifications: Two years of successful teaching experience including one year of supervising adults within a campus setting. Computer literacy with proficiency in basic word processing and applications software is preferred.
LICENSES AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS:
Child Development Site Supervisor Permit (Verification of application pending issuance of Permit by the State of California is acceptable.) Valid California Driver's License
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APPENDIX B-2
LEAD TEACHER ­ CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER
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Valid CPR and First Aid (15 hour course) Certificates (The CPR training needs to be renewed as required. May be completed within 30 days of employment). WORKING CONDITIONS: Lift and carry up to 35 lbs. Use of personal computer with VDT screen Hand, wrist and finger dexterity to operate various office machines Interact with a diverse faculty, staff, students and parents May sit or stand for extended periods of time Move from one work area to another Hearing and speaking to exchange information Be able to visually monitor children
Board Approved: October 12, 1992 Board Revised: May 20, 2002 Salary Schedule in Federation Agreement
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APPENDIX B-2
Responsibilities for Mentoring Students 1. Supervise student for 3.5 hours, 1 day per week, per person, per semester. 2. Observe and record student's interaction and presentation of weekly curriculum area. 3. Meeting with the student during a scheduled time each day to review and evaluate the day's experience and give suggestions for future curriculum plans. 4. Prepare and review both a midterm and final evaluation on a one-on-one basis with the mentored student. 5. Meet and/or discuss progress of student with campus instructors. APPENDIX C
EL CAMINO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT ANNUAL AND HOURLY SALARY SCHEDULE FOR CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER TEACHERS Effective: January 1, 2006 Revised: June 19, 2006
STEP 1 2 3 4 5
CLASS I No Degree 27,638 13.288 28,460 13.683 29,314 14.093 30,182 14.511 31,095 14.950
CLASS II AA/AS 33,016 15.873 33,992 16.342 35,029 16.841 36,066 17.339 37,161 17.866
CLASS III BA/BS 38,393 18.458 39,552 19.016 40,741 19.587 41,961 20.173 43,209 20.774
CLASS IV BA/BS + 24 43,805 21.060 45,113 21.689 46,516 22.363 47,900 23.029 49,349 23.726
The Lead Child Development Center Teacher will be paid $227 a month stipend in addition to the appropriate salary on the Child Development Center Teacher Monthly Salary Schedule.
This salary computation formula shall not result in a reduction to the pending 2007 CDC Teachers' annual and hourly salary schedule should this formula equate to a negative percentage. Board Revised: June 19, 2006
APPENDIX D
APPENDIX N COMPUTATION OF "ADJUSTED COLA" AND
COLA PLUS GROWTH FORMULA
ADJUSTED COLA
DRAFT COMPUTATION IN DECEMBER 2005 FOR JAN. 1, 2006
1) Statewide COLA: Final Budget ­ President's Transmittal Letter to Board of Trustees
4.23%
2) Increased Costs of Benefits: Calculate costs of fringe benefit increases (medical, dental, vision and life) District-wide
$796,924
3) COLA Applied to Previous Year's Costs: COLA x Previous Year benefit costs (4.23% x $6,905,863) 4) Increased Cost Minus COLA : Subtract: Benefit increase paid for by COLA (#3 above) from Benefit cost increases (#2 above) (796,924 ­ 292,118)
$292,118 $504,806
5) Percentage of Compensation:
Increased cost minus COLA from #4 divided by cost of 1% increase
(504,806/735,301)
.687%
6) Adjusted COLA: Adjusted COLA = Statewide COLA (line 1) minus the benefits increase not paid for by COLA (line 5) (4.23 ­ 0.687)
3.543%
7) ECC 2004/2005 growth
4.838%
Subtract 03/04 Funded Credit FTES of 18,414.39 (Exhibit E: 10/12/04)
from 04/05 Funded Credit FTES 19,305.31 (using Exhibit C: 10/6/05 simulated
recal funded credit)
Divide the difference by 18,414.39
8) Adjusted COLA (line 6) + Growth (line 7) (3.543 + 4.838)
8.381%
9) Part-time share of growth (15% of line 7)
.726%
10) Adjusted COLA (line 6) + Growth (line 7) ­ PT share (line 9) (3.806 + 4.838 - .726)
7.655%
APPENDIX E
EL CAMINO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT CDC TEACHER SELF-EVALUATION FORM
Instructions:
Evaluate your own performance on this form. To the left of each characteristic listed below, write the following: W if you are working to improve M if it applies most of the time A if it applies always After completion return the form to the CDC director.
Relationships
___1. ___2. ___3. ___4. ___5. ___6. Goals
I share my positive feelings by arriving with a good attitude. I greet children, parents, and staff in a friendly and pleasant manner. I accept suggestions and criticism from my co-workers gracefully. I can handle tense situations and retain my composure. I make an effort to be sensitive to the needs of children and their parents. I am willing to share my ideas and plans so that I can contribute to the total program.
___1. I have a classroom that is organized for a quality child development program. ___2. I constantly review the developmental stage of each child so that my expectations are reasonable. ___3. I set classroom and individual goals and then evaluate regularly. ___4. I have fostered independence in the children. ___5. I continue to grow in my own spiritual life. ___6. I participate in in-service training opportunities so that I can improve and enlarge my knowledge.
Classroom Skills ___1. I arrive on time and ready for the first child. ___2. I face each day as a new experience. ___3. I plan a balanced program for the children in all skill areas. ___4. I am organized and have a plan for the day. ___5. I help each child recognize the role of being part of a group. ___6. I help children develop friendships. ___7. I maintain a child oriented classroom and the bulletin boards enhance the room. ___8. Visitors to our classroom are welcome. Professionalism ___1. I have been conscientious in my attendance and in my use of sick leave. ___2. I understand the school philosophy and can share it with parents and community. ___3. I have been loyal to the school and the director. ___4. I do not gossip about the staff or the families of the students. ___5. I maintain professional attitudes in my demeanor and in my personal relationships while on the job. ___6. I assume my share of joint responsibilities. ___7. I participate in pertinent school activities outside my regular hours. Personal Qualities ___1. I have a basic emotional stability. ___2. My general health is good and does not interfere with my responsibilities. ___3. My personal appearance is suitable for my job. ___4. I evaluate the effectiveness of my teaching team in the following manner. -0 1 2 3 4 5 + My Teaching Team
___1. Has no conflicts which detract from work with children. ___2. Has a well balanced array of teaching and caring skills. ___3. Shares leadership and initiative equally. Additional Comments: ___________________________ __________________________ __________________________ __________________________ __________________________ _________________________ Signature Date:______________________ EL CAMINO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER CHILD DEVELOPMENT CERTIFICATED EVALUATION FORM
LAST NAME
FIRST NAME
_____ Permanent _____ Probationary
LEGEND: E - Excellent
S-
Satisfactory
N - Needs Improvement U -
Unsatisfactory
CLASSROOM PERFORMANCE
Management Skills:
· Teacher treats children with dignity and respect
· Disciplinary techniques: · with a difficult child · with a normal child · parent involvement · consistency
· Ability to incorporate parent/volunteer in
E
S
N
U
LEGEND: E - Excellent
S-
Satisfactory
N - Needs Improvement U -
Unsatisfactory
activities
· Children are supervised at ALL times
· Understands age and developmental levels of young children
LESSON PLAN DEVELOPMENT AND PRESENTATION
· Plans submitted on time
· Objectives clearly defined
· Meets cognitive and affective needs of children
· Preparation time is used effectively
· Creative in planning curriculum .... indoor/outdoor
E
S
N
U
CLASSROOM ENVIRONMENT · Ability to create and maintain a clean, safe and stimulating learning environment · Classroom equipment and materials are well organized
PLAYGROUND ENVIRONMENT · Follows playground safety rules
· Plans, organizes and implements daily outdoor activities · Is involved with and participates in outdoor activities
· Avoids congregating and disperses evenly over the outdoor area PROFESSIONAL GROWTH · Willingness to attend workshops and in services · Makes effort to stay informed of new theories and techniques in child development
· Willingness to change and improve skills
LEGEND: E - Excellent
S-
Satisfactory
N - Needs Improvement U -
Unsatisfactory
E
S
N
U
ATTITUDE: Demonstrates enthusiasm: teacher is able to keep personal problems from interfering with Job Performance, willing to accept supervision and suggestions for improvement. Works in harmony with others as a team member and is flexible. DEPENDABILITY: Consistently accomplishes desired actions with minimum supervision. Reports to work on time; calls in by 6:30 a.m., if unable to work. TACT: Uses good communication skills. Says or does what is appropriate without being offensive, exercises good judgment in individual and group interactions. PERSONAL QUALITIES: Efficient and exhibits interest, imagination and creativity. Is calm, poised and exhibits integrity and consideration of others. Shows commitment towards tasks. WORK QUALITY/QUANTITY: Performance of assigned tasks, accuracy, precision, completeness, neatness, meets established standards, and deadlines are met. Adapts well to new/emergency situations.
OTHER: · Teacher interaction with staff · Willingness to involve self in program philosophy · Effectiveness in methods and coordination of team teaching · Communication Skills: · With parents
LEGEND: E - Excellent
S-
Satisfactory
N - Needs Improvement U -
Unsatisfactory
· With co workers
E
S
N
U
SUPERVISORY ABILITIES: (For teachers in charge only) · Decision making abilities · Fairness and impartiality · Leadership
COMMENTS:
I have read and reviewed the above evaluation. I understand my signature does not necessarily constitute agreement.
______________________ Employee Signature AMENDMENT TO BOARD POLICY 4350 Educational Reimbursement Program
_______ ______ ____________ ___________ ______ ___ Date CDC Director Date
(1) The Educational Reimbursement Program is a pilot program through the duration of this contract. The offering of the Educational Reimbursement Program is based on the determination of "cap" and that this program is intended as a neutral cost to the District when the Educational Reimbursement Program is offered to assist the District in achieving cap. It will be evaluated annually during the duration of the contract, and adjusted, if necessary, taking into consideration the achievement of cap, or constraints on the District budget. Any changes to this program shall be negotiated by the District and AFT/CDCT. (2) The District will reimburse 100% of the enrollment fees, student body I.D. fee, and applicable health fees of permanent Child Development Teachers, their spouses and/or legal dependents to attend El Camino College under the conditions outlined in this policy. (3) Eligibility: In order for a Child Development Teacher, spouse, or legal dependents to participate in this program, the employee must: (a) Be in active paid status as of the first day of each semester; and (b) If on approved extended medical or disability leave: (1) Employee must submit a formal written request for reimbursement through the Exceptions Committee. (2) Spouse and/or Legal Dependents: may participate in the program as established in Section 1(a). (4) Reimbursement: The District will reimburse a regular Child Development Center Teacher up to a maximum of 36 unites per academic year, per participant, for each successfully completed (grades of A-D, or "credit") course for applicable enrollment fees, health fees, and student body fees expended for courses taken by the employee, and/or his/her spouse and/or legal dependents at El Camino College. It is the responsibility of the employee to submit the appropriate "Educational Reimbursement Form" within 60 work days after the availability of semester grades for which reimbursement is requested. (5) Deferment of Fees: Fee deferment is available upon request through the Director of Fiscal Services for those employees who meet the Deferment criteria. APPENDIX G-1 (6) Employee Reimbursement for Books:
Child Development Teachers may request reimbursement for required books through the appropriate Staff Development Program pending availability of funds, for employees only, for courses taken at El Camino College. (7) Exceptions: An Exceptions Committee comprised of two (2) AFT representatives and two (2) District representatives will review and make determinations regarding exceptions to this program. The Vice President of Student and Personnel Services, or designee, will serve as the chair of this committee, and may vote only in the event of a tie vote. Any decision of this committee is final and not grievable. (8) Grievances: This program is not grievable by a spouse or legal dependents of an employee. (9) Fraud: Any fraudulent misuse of this program by an employee, spouse, and/or legal dependents will result in the immediate and total loss of all rights and privileges regarding this program for the entire family and disciplinary and/or legal action may be filed in accordance with the provisions of this contract and according to State and Federal laws.
El Camino College Policy Adopted: 12-11-95
APPENDIX G-1
Agenda for the El Camino Community College District Board of Trustees From The Office of the President and Board of Trustees Thomas M. Fallo, Superintendent/President
A. Travel
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June 19, 2006
President and Board of Trustees
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A. It is recommended that the Board approve the following travel: California Community College League of California Student Trustee Workshop Student Trustee Julian Peters, July 28-29, 2006, Santa Clara, California, with transportation and necessary expenses paid.
June 19, 2006
President and Board of Trustees
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Agenda for the El Camino Community College District Board of Trustees Meeting
Board of Trustees Meetings ­ Recording and/or Video Taping It is recommended that the Board of Trustees enter into discussion about the possibility of recording and/or video taping Board of Trustees Meetings.
June 19, 2006
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