Board of Education Agenda (April 10, 2013)

BOAR D OF EDUCATION MEETING Bill Brod Community Center, Room 127

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

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

WORK SESSION                                                                                                                       5:30-6:00 pm

1    DMC and Moodle-Lundy/Beining

 ADJOURNMENT

 REGULAR SESSION (Community Center, Room 127)                                                               6:10 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.

 Approval of:

a.   Minutes (W ork and Regular Sessions) 03.13.13                                  [04.10.13-CA a]      p 5-11 b.   Monthly Financial Report - Wilton/Robuck                                          [04.10.13-CA b]    p 12-13 c.   Personnel Action Report - Wilton/Edwards                                         [04.10.13-CA c]      p 14

 VI         COLLEGE REPORTS

 1.   Accreditation Update -- Lundy/Wilton                                                   [04.10.13-CR 1]    p 15-17, Appendix

2.   Sabbatical Report-- Carol Burnell, Introduced by Phillip King              [04.10.13-CR 3]   p 18

3.   President - Business Report - Truesdell                                             [04.10.13-HO 1]

4.   Board Chair Business Report - Adams

 VII        NEW BUSINESS - 1stRE ADING

1.   Use of Personal Credit Cards by Board Members - Wilton/Robuck    [04.10.13--NB 1]    p 19

2.   2013-14 Board and Budget Committee Calendar                                [04.10.13--NB 2]    p 20

 

VIII

NEW BUSINESS - ACTION

 

 

1.   College Bid Awards:

 

a    Selection of Independent Audit Firm - Wilton/Robuck

[04.10.13--NB 3]

p21

IX

BOARD OPERATIONS

 

 

 

1    Future Board Agenda Items - Board Chair

 

 

Report from CASE Evaluator

Campus Safety

Accreditation

Achievement Compact Adoption

Affirmative Action Report

2    President's Contract, 2013-14

 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

  EXE CUTIVE SESSION (Community Center, Room 126)

●    To conduct deliberations by the governing body to carry on labor negotiations. ORS 192.660(2)(d)

 

 

 


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