October 2012 Board of Education Meeting Agenda

 BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING
Bill Brod Community Center, Room 127
Wednesday, October 17, 2012

BUFFET DINNER (Community Center, Room 127) 5:00-5:30 pm

WORK SESSION 5:30-6:45 pm
1. Community Engagement Workshop Report – Parini [10.17.12-WS1-HO1]
2. Spring 2012 Creative Writing Conference (English) – Lundy/King/Davis [10.17.12-WS2] p5
3. Enhanced Student Registration – Lundy/King/Sprehe [10.17.12-WS3] p6-7
ADJOURNMENT

REGULAR SESSION (Community Center, Room 127) 7:00 pm

I CALL TO ORDER

II ROLL CALL

III PRESIDENT’S REPORT: Response to Board of Education Questions

IV COMMENTS FROM CITIZENS
All speakers must sign-in on the “Comments from the Audience, Speaker Sign-In Sheet” provided on the table at the entry-way to CC 127. Everyone signing in is asked to print legibly, note their address so informational material can be mailed to them, note whether they are a student, staff or community member, and briefly describe the topic of testimony. Comments are limited to 3 minutes. This is an opportunity for testimony. Respectful consideration is expected for all comments. Individual personnel issues/concerns must not be discussed in a general public meeting.

V CONSENT AGENDA
The Consent Agenda is designed to expedite the handling of routine and miscellaneous business of the Clackamas Community College Board of Education. By request of any Board member an item may be removed from the Consent Agenda for discussion.
1. Approval of:
a. Minutes (Work, Regular and Executive Sessions) 09.12.12 [10.17.12-A] p 8-14
b. Monthly Financial Report – Wilton/Robuck [10.17.12-B-1-2] p15-16
c. Personnel Action Report – Wilton/Edwards [10.17.12-C] p 17
d. President’s Evaluation Calendar/Timeline – Adams [10.17.12-D] p 18
VI COLLEGE REPORTS
1. Review of Budget and State Forecast – Wilton [10.17.12-HO2]
2. Summer Enrollment Report [10.17.12-HO3]
3. End of the Year Report [10.17.12-HO4]
4. President – Business Report [10.17.12-HO5]
5. Board of Education – Board Chair Business Report - Adams


VII NEW BUSINESS – 1st READING
1. President’s Evaluation Process - Adams [10.17.12-F1] p 19
2. President’s Evaluation by the Board of Education [10.17.12-F2] p 20-24

VIII NEW BUSINESS – ACTION
1. July 2013-2016 Strategic Priorities Adoption - Truesdell/Lundy [10.17.12-G] p 25
2. Recommendation of New Board Member, Zone 1 – Adams [10.17.12-H] p 26
3. Approval of Full Time Faculty Hire – Collision Repair/Refinishing Faculty – Lundy/Giltz [10.17.12-K] p 27-28
IX BOARD OPERATIONS
1. Tentative Planning Retreat Options – Adams
2. Future Board Agenda Items – Board Chair
X REPORTS AND COMMENTS
1. Faculty – Steve Beining, President
2. Part-Time Faculty – Jennifer Rueda, President
3. Classified – Tamera Davis, President
4. Associated Student Government (ASG) – Diana Muresan, President
5. Foundation – Jean Bidstrup, Board Liaison
6. Oregon Community College Association (OCCA) – Judy Ervin, Executive Committee
7. President - Joanne Truesdell
8. Board of Education – Board Member Reports

XI ADJOURNMENT
Note: CCC Board of Education meetings are held in accordance with open meeting laws and accessibility requirements. Individuals requiring assistance or accommodations due to a disability should contact the
Disability Resource Center at 503-594-3181 at least 48 hours in advance of this meeting.

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