1.1 President will call the meeting to order
2.1 In closed session, the Board will consider the items listed on the closed session
3.1 The public may address the Board concerning items that are scheduled for discussi
4.1 Negotiations - The Board may discuss negotiations or provide direction to its rep
4.3 Public Employee Discipline/Dismissal/Release/Complaint - Four Certificated Employ
4.5 Anticipated Litigation - Two Potential Cases
5.1 Reconvene Open Session at 7:30 p.m.
6.1 Pledge of Allegiance and Roll Call
7.1 Report of Special Closed Session - January 18, 2013
7.2 Report of Closed Session - January 28, 2013
7.4 Public Employee Discipline/Dismissal/Release/Complaint
7.6 Anticipated Litigation
8.1 Expulsion Recommendation - Student #07-13
9.1 (Item #1) Items listed under Consent Agenda are considered routine and will be ap
9.2 (Item #2) Minutes of the meeting of December 21, 2012
9.3 (Item #3) Recommended Action for Certificated Personnel
9.4 (Item #4) Request to decrease Full Time Equivalent (FTE) for the 2012-2013 school
9.5 (Item #6) Recommended Action for Classified Personnel
9.6 (Item #7) Classified Personnel: Request to Increase and Decrease Positions
9.7 (Item #8) Fiscal Transactions for the month of December 2012
9.8 (Item #9) Williams Quarterly Summary Report
9.9 (Item #14) Approval of Interagency Agreement Between Mt. Diablo Unified School Di
10.1 (Item #5) Student Teaching Agreement between Cal Teach, Berkeley Science and Mat
10.2 (Item #10) Contract for Architectural services for Ball Wall replacement at Waln
10.3 (Item #11) Increase purchase order with Independent Contractor Evelina Villa for
10.4 (Item #12) Award Inspector of Record (Project Inspector) Contract
10.5 (Item #13) Contract for Architectural/Engineering Services for New Modular Gym a
10.6 (Item #15) Approve Adjustments to Non-Public School Contracts/Purchase Orders fo
10.7 (Item #16) Resolution #12/13-28 African American History Month
10.8 (Item #17) Committee Assignments
11.1 The public may address the Board regarding any item within the jurisdiction of t
12.1 District Organizations - At regular Board meetings, a single spokesperson of eac
13.1 Update on School Crossing Guards Issue
13.2 Tomorrow's Chef's Culinary Competition
14.1 Walnut Creek Sister Cities International Program
14.2 2011-2012 Audit Report
14.3 Resolution #12/13-29 of the Board of Education of the Mt. Diablo Unified School
14.4 Budget Development Calendar 2013-2014
14.5 Document Tracking Services Independent Contract
14.6 Mt. Diablo Unified School District Significant Disproportionality Coordinating E
14.7 Governor's Budget Update
14.8 Review of 2012-2013 Single Plans for Student Achievement (SPSA) and the Academic
14.9 AB 1575 Requirements
14.10 Video System to Broadcast Board Meetings
14.11 Update on the Review Process for Administrators' Contracts
14.12 Board Retreat 2013: February 23, 2013
14.13 Public Input and Information Meetings
14.14 Meeting Extension
15.1 Future Agenda Items
16.1 Board reports
17.1 Items not completed during the first Closed Session will be carried over to this
18.1 Adjourn Meeting
1/28/2013 - 7:30 PM
14.8 Review of 2012-2013 Single Plans for Student Achievement (SPSA) and the Academic Program Surveys (APS)
LCAP (Local Control Accountability Plan) Goal
Accessing the Single Plans for Student Achievement on Mt. Diablo Unified School District website.
Accessing the Single Plans for Student Achievement.pdf
Senate Bill 374 requires that as a condition of receiving funding for specified categorical programs, the school district will ensure that each school in the district operating those categorical programs consolidates any plans that are required by those programs into a single plan to be known as the Single Plan for Student Achievement.
The following are requirements of Senate Bill 374 as it relates to the Single Plan for Student Achievement:
• The plan is aligned with school goals for improving pupil achievement.
• School goals are based upon an analysis of verifiable state data, including the Academic Performance Index developed pursuant to Section 52052, the California English Language Development Test, and may include any data voluntarily developed by districts to measure pupil achievement.
• The plan addresses how funds provided to the school will be used to improve the academic performance of all pupils to the level of the performance goals as established by the API including Safe Harbor targets.
• The plan identifies the schools’ means of evaluating progress toward accomplishing the goals.
• The plan addresses how state and federal law governing these programs will be implemented.
• The plan is developed with the review, certification and advice of any applicable school advisory committees.
• The plan is written, reviewed annually and updated by the school site council, including proposed expenditure of funds allocated to the school through the consolidated application.
• The plan is reviewed and a request for approval is submitted to the governing board of the local education agency at a regularly scheduled meeting.
To be compliant with state and federal regulations, all 2012-13 Single Plans for Student Achievement and the Academic Program Surveys are approved by School Site Councils. A request for approval of the plans and surveys will be submitted to the Board at the first meeting in January. Copies of all site plans and surveys are available online at MDUSD.org.
There is no impact to the General Fund.
There is no impact to the General Fund.
This item is for information only.
Virginia Power - None
Lorie O'Brien - Administrator, Compliance and Training
Rose Lock - Assistant Superintendent of Middle
Steven Lawrence - Superintendent