October 14, 2015 - St Vrain Valley School District

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October 14, 2015 - St Vrain Valley School District
NOTICE OF REGULAR MEETING AND AGENDA
October 14, 2015
Educational Services Center
395 South Pratt Parkway
Longmont, Colorado 80501
Robert J. Smith, President, Board of Education
1.
DISTRICT VISION
STATEMENT
To be an exemplary school district
which inspires and promotes high
standards of learning and student
well-being in partnership with
parents, guardians and the
community.
CALL TO ORDER:
7:00 pm Regular Business Meeting
2.
ADDENDUMS/CHANGES TO THE AGENDA:
3.
AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION:
4.
VISITORS:
1.
DISTRICT MISSION
STATEMENT
Dr. Don Haddad, Superintendent of Schools
Excellence in Education Awards (2)
5.
BOARD/SUPERINTENDENT REPORTS:
6.
REPORTS:
To educate each student in a safe
learning environment so that they
may develop to their highest
potential and become contributing
citizens.
1.
2.
3.
4.
7.
ESSENTIAL BOARD
ROLES
Erie High School Advisory Council Feeder Report
2014-2015 Scholarship Recipients
1st Quarter Gifts to Schools, 2015-2016 School Year
Safety/Security Report
CONSENT ITEMS:
1.
2.
3.
Approval:
Approval:
Approval:
4.
Approval:
5.
Approval:
BOARD MEMBERS
6.
Approval:
John Ahrens, Member
John Creighton, Member
Debbie Lammers, Secretary
Paula Peairs, Treasurer
Mike Schiers, Asst Secretary
Joie Siegrist, Vice President
Robert J. Smith, President
7.
8.
9.
Approval:
Approval:
Approval:
Guide the superintendent
Engage constituents
Ensure alignment of resources
Monitor effectiveness
Model excellence
8.
Staff Terminations/Leaves
Staff Appointments
Approval of Minutes for the September 9, 2015 Regular
Meeting, the September 16, 2015 Study Session, and
the September 23, 2015 Regular Meeting
Approval of Free and Reduced Meal Application, Board
Policy EFC-E
First Reading, Adoption, Board Exhibit JFABB-E –
Admission of Non-Immigrant Foreign Exchange Students
Approval of Change Order-Security & CCTV Systems
Project
Approval of Change Order-Cabling Services Project
Approval of Change Order-Portable Classrooms Project
Approval of Modification to Superintendent Contract
ACTION ITEMS:
1.
Recommendation:
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Approval of Recommendation to Hire Erie
Middle School Dean of Students
NOTICE OF REGULAR MEETING AND AGENDA
October 14, 2015
Educational Services Center
395 South Pratt Parkway
Longmont, Colorado 80501
Robert J. Smith, President, Board of Education
Dr. Don Haddad, Superintendent of Schools
2.
Recommendation:
DISTRICT VISION
STATEMENT
3.
Recommendation:
To be an exemplary school district
which inspires and promotes high
standards of learning and student
well-being in partnership with
parents, guardians and the
community.
4.
Recommendation:
5.
Recommendation:
Approval of Accreditation Recommendations
for District Schools
Adoption of Resolution Approving 20152016 District Employee Membership in
Colorado High School Activities Association
Adoption of Resolution Proclaiming Classified
School Employees Week, October 18-24, 2015
Approval of Purchase of Chromebooks and
Management Licenses
9. DISCUSSION ITEMS:
DISTRICT MISSION
STATEMENT
To educate each student in a safe
learning environment so that they
may develop to their highest
potential and become contributing
citizens.
ESSENTIAL BOARD
ROLES
Guide the superintendent
Engage constituents
Ensure alignment of resources
Monitor effectiveness
Model excellence
1.
Counselors/Interventionists
10. ADJOURNMENT:
Board of Education Meetings: Held at 395 South Pratt Parkway, Board
Room, unless otherwise noted:
Tuesday, October 20
Wednesday, October 21
Wednesday, October 28
Wednesday, November 11
BOARD MEMBERS
John Ahrens, Member
John Creighton, Member
Debbie Lammers, Secretary
Paula Peairs, Treasurer
Mike Schiers, Asst Secretary
Joie Siegrist, Vice President
Robert J. Smith, President
Page 2 of 2
5:30 – 7:00 pm Joint Meeting with City of
Longmont-Longmont Public Library, Meeting
Rooms A & B, Kimbark Street Entrance
6:00 – 8:00 pm Study Session-BOARD
ROOM
6:30 pm CAFR Review
7:00 pm Regular Meeting
6:00 pm Reception for Outgoing BOE
Members
7:00 pm Regular Meeting
6.1
MEMORANDUM
DATE:
October 14, 2015
TO:
Board of Education
FROM:
Dr. Don Haddad, Superintendent of Schools
SUBJECT:
Erie High School Feeder Report-High School Student Advisory Council
PURPOSE
To provide students the opportunity to practice leadership skills and report out on the
successes of the Erie High School feeder system to the Board of Education.
BACKGROUND
The Student Advisory Council is comprised of 3-4 high school students from each of our
high schools that were chosen by teachers and administrators. The Student Advisory
Council was started by Don Haddad nine years ago so that students could give input to
the superintendents about what students were feeling about the District.
6.2
MEMORANDUM
DATE:
October 14, 2015
TO:
Board of Education
FROM:
Dr. Don Haddad, Superintendent of Schools
SUBJECT:
High School Scholarships Awarded Spring 2015
PURPOSE
To provide the Board of Education with information relative to the local high
school scholarships awarded to 2014-2015 District graduates.
BACKGROUND
Annually, a list of local scholarships is sent to District high schools to be
distributed to graduating seniors. The sponsors of these scholarships range from
civic organizations and local businesses to families who have set up scholarships
in memory of loved ones. These awards are substantial and the generosity of
this community is commendable. Students were awarded a total of $513,633 in
local scholarships and awards. In addition, students were offered a total of
$16,546,982 in scholarships and awards from colleges and universities across
the country.
10.14.15
Scholarship Comparisons:
Local scholarships and awards
Total offered in scholarships & awards
from colleges & universities across the nation
2014
$621,068
2015
$513,633
$16,587,349
$16,546,982
Examples:
SCHS student received 6 offers totaling $358,000
MHS student received an offer totaling $120,000
NHS student received 12 offers totaling $450,200
FHS student received 7 offers totaling $205,212
Basic Information:
388 students received scholarships and offers from all across the country. One LHS
student was accepted into the Naval Academy, One LHS and one SCHS student were
accepted into the Air Force Academy. One LHS student received the Daniels Fund
Scholarship. One SCHS student is a Gates Scholar.
NHS had the largest number of students, 91, who received or was offered
scholarships/awards.
Totals were SCHS-41, EHS-54, LHS-63, SHS-46, MHS-37, FHS-49, LYHS-15, NHS-91,
OCHS-3, Global Online-1
LOCAL SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS
Class of 2015
4-H Foundation Scholarship
Tiana Smith
Erie High School
American Legion Auxiliary Scholarship
Jamie Dean
Longmont High School
Savannah Drotar
Lyons High School
$ 1,500
$ 1,000
$ 1,000
American Legion Post 32 – Christopher “Doc” Anderson Memorial
Olivia Torres
Skyline High School
$ 1,000
American Legion Post 32 – James B. Clayton Vietnam Memorial Scholarship
Kaley Birge
Mead High School
$ 1,000
American Legion Post 32 – James G. Craig Scholarship
Pierce Finley
Niwot High School
$ 1,000
American Legion Post 32 - Fred Elhardt World War II Scholarship
Bronson Thomas-Garcia
Silver Creek High School
$ 1,000
American Legion Post 32 – Phil Hart Memorial Scholarship
Courtney Howell
Silver Creek High School
$ 1,000
Ameritino Foundation Scholarship
Melissa Barron
Michell Chaparro Medina
Camila Francia Mosqueda
Noel Garcia
Elizabeth Gutierrez
Andrew Paniagua
Abigail Quinonez
Lorenna Salomon
Alondra Santiesteban
Irvin Sierra
Maria Soto
Cruz Valdez
Skyline High School
Skyline High School
Skyline High School
Skyline High School
Skyline High School
Skyline High School
Skyline High School
Skyline High School
Skyline High School
Skyline High School
Skyline High School
Skyline High School
$ 1,500
$ 1,000
$ 2,500
$ 1,000
$ 1,000
$ 1,500
$ 1,500
$ 1,500
$ 1,500
$ 2,500
$ 3,000
$ 2,500
Bill Hanson Scholarship
Alexis Cox
Longmont High School
$ 1,000
Boulder Community Hospital Health Ambassadors
Danielle Smith
Longmont High School
$ 1,500
Boulder County 4H Scholarship
Morgan Wallace
$ 1,500
Mead High School
Boulder County Conservation District Scholarship
Tiana Smith
Erie High School
$
Boulder County Farm Bureau Scholarship
Morgan Wallace
Mead High School
Hailey Frederiksen
Mead High School
Hannah Hammack
Mead High School
$ 1,000
$ 500
$ 500
1
500
Boulder County Latina League Scholarship
Melissa Barron
Skyline High School
Noel Garcia
Skyline High School
Elizabeth Gutierrez
Skyline High School
Abigail Quinonez
Skyline High School
Viarlenny Rodriguez
Skyline High School
Irvin Sierra
Skyline High School
Olivia Torres
Skyline High School
$ 1,500
$ 6,000
$ 3,000
$ 1,500
$ 6,000
$ 1,500
$ 1,500
Boulder County Realities for Children Triumph Award
Joseph Dixon
Skyline High School
$ 3,000
Boulder County Track Scholarship - Frank Stenson Scholarship
Ethan Hitchcock
Longmont High School
$
500
Boulder County Track Scholarship – Monte Sutak Scholarship
Austin Hartman
Silver Creek High School
$
500
Boulder County Track Scholarship – Bruce Tashiro Scholarship
Jenna Anderson
Lyons High School
$
500
Boulder County Track Committee John “Jet” Johnson Scholarship
Zach Christiansen
Lyons High School
$
Rachel Sharpe
Niwot High School
$
500
500
Carbon Valley Chamber of Commerce Scholarship
Alex Lopez
Frederick High School
$
500
Carbon Valley Recreation District
Alexandra Dufour
Isaiah Jackson
Andy Parker
Frederick High School
Frederick High School
Frederick High School
$
$
$
500
500
500
City of Dacono
Lexi Bowman
Isaiah Jackson
Dale Lorentz
Frederick High School
Frederick High School
Frederick High School
$
$
$
500
500
500
Clark Scholarship
Amanda Arndt
Alessandra Chavez
Allison Clifton
Alexis Cox
Nathaniel Eiffert
Matalin Horn
Barrett Ingvaldsen
Kaitlyn Jessee
Lexine Knutson
Alysia Martin
Laura McConahy
Maxwell Morris
Jenna Patinella
Lizbeth Salas Lugo
Clinton Sigg
Mackenzie Thornock
Kylie Woodrum
Longmont High School
Longmont High School
Longmont High School
Longmont High School
Longmont High School
Longmont High School
Longmont High School
Longmont High School
Longmont High School
Longmont High School
Longmont High School
Longmont High School
Longmont High School
Longmont High School
Longmont High School
Longmont High School
Longmont High School
$ 5,000
$ 5,000
$ 5,000
$ 5,000
$ 5,000
$ 5,000
$ 5,000
$ 5,000
$ 5,000
$ 5,000
$ 5,000
$ 5,000
$ 5,000
$ 5,000
$ 5,000
$ 5,000
$ 5,000
2
Cundall Art Scholarship
Amanda Arndt
Katie Green
Amanda Puckett
Longmont High School
Longmont High School
Silver Creek High School
$ 1,000
$ 1,000
$ 1,000
Daughters of the American Revolution Cameo Society
Jaimie Erker
Skyline High School
$ 5,000
Daughters of the American Revolution Wilma Dunn Scholarship
Olivia Tauvinkl
Lyons High School
$ 1,000
Edith Welker Myers Scholarship
Makaylin Martinez
Dillon C. Senger
Kimberly Valdez Gutierrez
Makayla Villani
Adriana Carrillo
Vanessa Caruso
Suzette V. Garcia
Katie Green
Lizbeth Salas Lugo
Lisbeth Sifuentes
Savannah Drotar
Hector Paul Rodriguez
Hannah Jean Rieder
Melissa Barron
Elizabeth Gutierrez
Jenevie Ann Nuñez
Victoria Rebeca Sonora
Alyssa Lasino
Bronson Thomas-Garcia
Joseph Timothy Gilbert
Kenzie Kudrna
Jeremy Collier Lesser
Jazmin Bustillos Olave
Adrianna Carbajal
Alexandria Dufour
Dylan Dufour
Kirsten Kochheiser
Kyle Kolanowski
Tanise Neu
Alessandra Maria Chavez
Jesse Alan Hines
Blake O’Grady
Kara Pekarek
Israel Sanchez
Zachary Christiansen
Matthew Dillon
Alyson Lhungay
Austin T. Myers
Olivia Tauvinkl
Alyssa Benton
Kaley Birge
Hailey Frederickson
Joshua Kirby
Sarah Frances Steele
Alexandra Juarez
Lesley Bui
Ellen Gostling
Monica Martinez
$ 1,125
$ 1,000
$ 1,000
$ 1,000
$ 1,000
$ 1,000
$ 1,000
$ 1,000
$ 1,000
$ 1,000
$ 1,000
$ 1,000
$ 1,000
$ 1,000
$ 1,000
$ 1,000
$ 1,000
$ 1,000
$ 1,000
$ 500
$ 500
$ 500
$ 500
$ 500
$ 500
$ 500
$ 500
$ 500
$ 500
$ 500
$ 500
$ 500
$ 500
$ 500
$ 500
$ 500
$ 500
$ 500
$ 500
$ 500
$ 500
$ 500
$ 500
$ 500
$ 500
$ 500
$ 500
$ 500
Frederick High School
Erie High School
Frederick High School
Frederick High School
Longmont High School
Longmont High School
Longmont High School
Longmont High School
Longmont High School
Longmont High School
Lyons High School
Lyons High School
Niwot High School
Skyline High School
Skyline High School
Skyline High School
Skyline High School
Silver Creek High School
Silver Creek High School
Erie High School
Erie High School
Erie High School
Frederick High School
Frederick High School
Frederick High School
Frederick High School
Frederick High School
Frederick High School
Frederick High School
Longmont High School
Longmont High School
Longmont High School
Longmont High School
Longmont High School
Lyons High School
Lyons High School
Lyons High School
Lyons High School
Lyons High School
Mead High School
Mead High School
Mead High School
Mead High School
Mead High School
Mead High School
Niwot High School
Niwot High School
Niwot High School
3
Priscilla Aguirre Jimenez
Juan Berumen
Walter Gibson Nieuwlandt
Irvin Sierra
Maria Guadalupe Soto
Eric Backman
Andres Diaz
Edna Layton Scholarship
Daniel Hakes
Kaitlyn Jessee
Mackenzie Thornock
Kylie Woodrum
Lauren Simms
Emily McMichael
Kayla Allen
Lauren Bade
Allison Searls
Skyline High School
Skyline High School
Skyline High School
Skyline High School
Skyline High School
Silver Creek High School
Silver Creek High School
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
Erie High School
Longmont High School
Longmont High School
Longmont High School
Lyons High School
Mead High School
Silver Creek High School
Skyline High School
Skyline High School
$ 1,200
$ 1,200
$ 1,200
$ 1,200
$ 1,200
$ 1,200
$ 1,200
$ 1,200
$ 1,200
Education Foundation for the St. Vrain Valley – Alpha Martial Arts Future Leader Scholarship
Kristine Appel
Longmont High School
$ 1,000
Education Foundation for the St. Vrain Valley – Donna Bower Educational Scholarship
Noel Garcia
Skyline High School
$ 1,000
Education Foundation for the St. Vrain Valley - Director’s Scholarship
Alejandro Lopez
Frederick High School
$ 1,000
Education Foundation for the St. Vrain Valley – Front Range Community College Partnership
Scholarship
Nathaly Flamenco
Erie High School
$ 1,000
Natalie Lerma
Erie High School
$ 1,000
Duyen Pham
Erie High School
$ 1,000
Angel Rangel
Frederick High School
$ 1,000
Suzette Garcia
Longmont High School
$ 1,000
Sean Matecki
Olde Columbine High School
$ 1,000
Austin Garrett
Skyline High School
$ 1,000
Samantha Greff
Skyline High School
$ 1,000
Education Foundation for the St. Vrain Valley – Rhonda Herrman Community Involvement
Scholarship
Emily Calzolari
Mead High School
$ 1,000
Alex Rodgers
Silver Creek High School
$ 1,000
Education Foundation for the St. Vrain Valley - Michael Thomas Hoge Scholarship for
Mathematics
Ethan Hitchcock
Longmont High School
$ 1,000
Education Foundation for the St. Vrain Valley – JBSK Accounting Scholarship
Jenevie Ann Nuñez
Skyline High School
$ 1,000
Education Foundation for the St. Vrain Valley - Scott Meade Art Scholarship
Sierra Brady
Longmont High School
$ 500
Education Foundation for the St. Vrain Valley – Pearl Group Above All Scholarship
Alysia Martin
Longmont High School
$ 1,000
Kristian Brubaker
Silver Creek High School
$ 1,000
Education Foundation for the St. Vrain Valley – Larry Sieckmann Memorial Scholarship
Sean Glenn
Longmont High School
$ 1,000
4
Education Foundation for the St. Vrain Valley - Julia Sage Stolte Memorial Scholarship
Victoria Sonora
Skyline High School
$ 1,000
Elevations Credit Union M.R. Hellie Scholarship
Kimberly Valdez
Frederick High School
Cassidy Kindelspire
Longmont High School
Joshua Kirby
Mead High School
Austin Garrett
Skyline High School
Gavin Millburn
Skyline High School
Ilann Rodriguez
Skyline High School
Maria Guadalupe Soto
Skyline High School
$ 3,500
$ 3,000
$ 1,000
$ 3,000
$ 3,000
$ 3,000
$ 3,000
Elevations Credit Union Bill Sterner Scholarship
Joshua Kirby
Mead High School
$ 2,000
Elk’s Most Valuable Student Award
Alexander Santilli
Erie High School
$ 4,000
Encana Gas and Oil
Alexander Santilli
Erie High School
$10,000
Erie Chamber of Commerce
Alexander Santilli
Erie High School
$ 1,000
Erie High School Booster Club
Triston Berringer
Alexander Santilli
Erie High School
Erie High School
$ 1,000
$ 1,000
Erie High School Education Foundation
Triston Berringer
Erie High School
Katherine Beaudry
Erie High School
Kenzi Kudrna
Erie High School
Alexandra Santilli
Erie High School
Macy Wilson
Erie High School
Jacob Alejo
Erie High School
Shaelyn Donaldson
Erie High School
Tiffany Maul
Erie High School
$ 3,500
$ 2,500
$ 2,500
$ 2,500
$ 2,500
$ 2,000
$ 2,000
$ 1,000
Erie Senior Citizens Group
Duyen Pham
$ 1,500
Erie High School
Evelyn C. Elder Memorial Scholarship
Elizabeth Gutierrez
Skyline High School
$ 1,000
First Lutheran Church Scholarship
Meagan Marie Gaskill
Niwot High School
$
Frederick High Alumni Scholarship
Dylan Dufour
Isaiah Jackson
Makaylin Martinez
Antonia Villani
Frederick High School
Frederick High School
Frederick High School
Frederick High School
$ 1,500
$ 1,500
$ 1,500
$ 1,500
Frederick High Booster Club Scholarship
Dylan Dufour
Frederick High School
Isaiah Jackson
Frederick High School
Meghan McCarron
Frederick High School
Tanise Neu
Frederick High School
Heather Parker
Frederick High School
$ 1,000
$ 1,000
$ 1,000
$ 1,000
$ 1,000
5
500
Frederick High School Education Foundation Scholarship
Matt Entrekin
Frederick High School
Meghan McCarron
Frederick High School
$
$
500
500
Frederick High School Music Foundation Scholarship
Kyle Kolanowski
Frederick High School
Heather Parker
Frederick High School
Amanda Reynolds
Frederick High School
$
$
$
500
500
500
Frederick High School Staff Scholarship
Lauren Adams
Frederick High School
Kirsten Kochheiser
Frederick High School
$
$
250
250
Gene and Lynn McCain Service Award
Jared McCain
Lyons High School
$
500
Gerald Boland Scholarship
Jenna Anderson
Mikayla Roth
Lyons High School
Lyons High School
$ 1,000
$ 1,000
Gold Star Award
Jazmin Bustillos
Kaitlyn Jessee
Kate Berreman
Gaya Kairamkonda
Frederick High School
Longmont High School
Lyons High School
Niwot High School
$
$
$
$
500
500
500
500
Gordon Cramer Award
Mallory Page
Clinton Sigg
Longmont High School
Longmont High School
$
$
500
500
Heller Family Scholarship
Elias Archuleta
Skyline High School
$10,000
Hilltop Guild of Allenspark Scholarship
Jonathan Fischer
Lyons High School
Lauren Simms
Lyons High School
$ 1,500
$ 2,000
Hispanic Education Foundation
Jazmin Bustillos
Kimberly Valdez
$
$
500
500
Hispanic Education Foundation – Albert Harrington Scholarship
Kimberly Valdez-Gutierrez
Frederick High School
$
500
Hispanic Education Foundation – First Bank Scholarship
Sean Matecki
Olde Columbine High School
$
500
Hispanic Education Foundation – Jeannette M. Harris Scholarship
Olivia Torres
Skyline High School
$
500
Frederick High School
Frederick High School
Hispanic Education Foundation – Jose and Carmen Garcia Scholarship
Priscilla Aguirre-Jiminez
Skyline High School
$ 500
Hispanic Education Foundation – Lyons-Gaddis Scholarship
Alessandra Chavez
Longmont High School
$
Hispanic Education Foundation – Marta Moreno Scholarship
Maria Guadalupe Soto
Skyline High School
Elizabeth Gutierrez
Skyline High School
$ 1,000
$ 500
6
500
Hispanic Education Foundation – Richard Mendez Scholarship
Noel Garcia
Skyline High School
$
500
Hispanic Education Foundation – Paul David Rodriguez Scholarship
Jenevie Ann Nuñez
Skyline High School
$
500
Hispanic Education Foundation – Phoenix Scholarship
Kristian Brubaker
Silver Creek High School
$
500
Hispanic Education Foundation – Zavala Family Scholarship
Jazmin Bustillos Olave
Frederick High School
$
500
Hoe and Hope Garden Club
Forrest Wold-McGimsey
$
500
Niwot High School
James D. Clayton Vietnam Memorial Scholarship
Kaley Birge
Mead High School
$ 1,000
Joan Binkley Book Award
Megan Parker
$
200
Kathy Newsom Memorial Scholarship
Emily Kingston
Silver Creek High School
$
600
King Buick GMC Scholarship
Eric Edward Peairs
Meghan McCarron
Sean Glenn
Niwot High School
Frederick High School
Longmont High School
$ 9,000
$ 1,500
$ 500
Kiwanis Foundation Award
Joshua Kirby
Maria Guadalupe Soto
Mead High School
Soto High School
$ 2,000
$ 2,000
Frederick High School
Kyle Metcalf-Caitlin Epple Memorial Scholarship
Katie Green
Longmont High School
$
500
LaVerne Johnson Scholarship Fund
Bowe Herman
Lyons High School
Hector Rodriguez
Lyons High School
Lauren Simms
Lyons High School
$
$
$
500
500
500
Leoma Hunter Community Foundation Scholarship
Dylan Dufour
Frederick High School
Hailey Frederiksen
Mead High School
$ 2,500
$ 2,500
Longmont Community Foundation – Brad Miller Memorial Scholarship
Dylan Dufour
Frederick High School
$ 1,500
Kyle Kolanowski
Frederick High School
$ 1,500
Longmont Community Foundation
Emily McMichael
Mead High School
$
750
Longmont Community Foundation – Dr. Jack and Margaret Beynon Memorial Scholarship
Andrew Parker
Frederick High School
$ 3,358
7
Longmont Community Foundation - Mead Community Day Continuing Education Scholarship
Hunter De Jane
Mead High School
$ 1,000
Tianna Harper
Mead High School
$ 1,000
Emily McMichael
Mead High School
$ 750
Olivia Torres
Mead High School
$ 750
Amalia Gehringer
Mead High School
$ 500
Longmont Community Foundation – Catherine C. Owen Scholarship
Savannah Drotar
Lyons High School
$ 1,000
Longmont Community Foundation – St. Vrain Valley Community Service Award
Dylan Dufour
Frederick High School
$ 500
Kate Berreman
Lyons High School
$ 500
Emily Calzolari
Mead High School
$ 500
Kathryn Biesiada
Niwot High School
$ 500
Geya Kairamkonda
Niwot High School
$ 500
Kristian Brubaker
Silver Creek High School
$ 500
Longmont Community Foundation – Stewart Golden Music Scholarship
Matthew Dillon
Lyons High School
$ 500
Longmont Conservation District Scholarship
Hailey Frederiksen
Mead High School
Morgan Wallace
Mead High School
$ 2,000
$ 2,000
Longmont Elks Lodge Scholarship
Katherine Cordelia Gillett
Skyler Reeves
Niwot High School
Mead High School
$ 4,000
$ 1,000
Longmont Ford Scholarship
Cassidy Kindelspire
Blake O’Grady
Longmont High School
Longmont High School
$20,000
$20,000
Longmont High School Booster Club
Sean Glenn
Longmont High School
Laura McConahy
Longmont High School
$
$
500
500
Longmont High School Music Booster Club Crystal Hyde Scholarship
Trevor Bonner
Longmont High School
$
500
Longmont Rotary Club Slick Hayley Scholarship
David Buchalla
Longmont High School
McKenzie Ewing
Silver Creek High School
Gladys Martinez
Skyline High School
$
$
$
500
500
500
Longmont Symphony Orchestra - Ray Parnaby Scholarship
Matthew Dillon
Lyons High School
$ 1,000
Longmont Symphony Orchestra – Gary Dicks Memorial Performance Scholarship
Elizabeth Wheelwright
Niwot High School
$ 1,000
Longmont United Hospital Pat Harbour Scholarship
Laura McConahy
Longmont High School
$ 1,000
Longmont United Hospital Volunteer Scholarship
Maria Soto
Skyline High School
$ 750
Lyons Community Foundation Scholarship
Emily Schneider
Lyons High School
$ 1,000/year for 4 years
8
Lyons Community Foundation Scholarship - Joel Mack Memorial
Zach Christiansen
Lyons High School
Lauren Simms
Lyons High School
$ 1,000
$ 1,000
Lyons Community Foundation Scholarship in Memory of Steve Ralston
Kate Berreman
Lyons High School
$ 1,000
Madison Wright
Lyons High School
$ 1,000
Lyons Lions Club
Kate Berreman
Mikayla Roth
Lyons High School
Lyons High School
$ 1,750
$ 1,250
Mario Portillo Scholarship
Alexandria Dufour
Frederick High School
$
Marsha Nixon Soukup Scholarship
Mackenzie Thornock
Longmont High School
$ 1,000
200
Mary Ann Burger Hakonson Memorial Scholarship
Mackenzie Thornock
Longmont High School
$
500
Mead High School Angels Scholarship
Danielle Hardy
Mead High School
Alexandra Juarez
Mead High School
Marissa Phipps
Mead High School
Avery Sears
Mead High School
$
$
$
$
300
200
200
200
Mead High School Booster Club
Chris Franke
$
500
Mead High School/National Honor Society Volunteer Scholarship
Emily Calzolari
Mead High School
$
500
Murdoch’s Ranch & Home Supply Scholarship
Morgan Wallace
Mead High School
$ 1,000
Nancy L. Nixon Memorial Scholarship
Caroline Bossert
Longmont High School
Alessandra Chavez
Longmont High School
Jenna Anderson
Lyons High School
Savannah Drotar
Lyons High School
Kaley Birge
Mead High School
Elizabeth Wheelwright
Niwot High School
Camille Mercier
Silver Creek High School
Erik Backman
Silver Creek High School
Maria Guadalupe Soto
Skyline High School
$ 1,000
$ 1,000
$ 1,000
$ 1,000
$ 1,000
$ 1,000
$ 1,000
$ 1,000
$ 1,000
National Society Daughters of the American Revolution
Olivia Tauvinkl
Lyons High School
$ 1,000
Niwot High School Education Foundation
Sabrina Riddle
Niwot High School
$ 1,000
Niwot National Honor Society
Laila Leigh McCaffrey
Niwot High School
$ 1,000
Niwot Rotary Club
Niels Snow
Elizabeth Wheelwright
Niwot High School
Niwot High School
$ 1,000
$ 1,000
Mead High School
9
Pascoff Family Scholarship
Alexis Frank
Abreana Joy
Kyle Kolanowski
Alex Lopez
Emma Wright
Frederick High School
Frederick High School
Frederick High School
Frederick High School
Frederick High School
$ 1,500
$ 1,500
$ 1,500
$ 1,500
$ 1,500
Poudre Valley REA Scholarship
Savannah Drotar
Lyons High School
$ 2,000
Premier Members Federal Credit Union
Andrew Christopher Teta
Niwot High School
$ 2,000
Ray Hickman Memorial Scholarship
Alia Culbertson
Longmont High School
$
500
Ronny Evezich Memorial Scholarship
Matthew Entrekin
Frederick High School
$
200
Ronald McDonald Scholarship
Elizabeth Gutierrez
Skyline High School
$ 6,000
SAL Squad #32 Scholarship
Kimberly Valdez
Frederick High School
$ 1,000
Sharpe Magnie Scholarship
Evan Kruise
Frederick High School
$
500
Silver Creek High School Education Foundation
Amelia Repp
Silver Creek High School
$
500
Silver Creek High School Raptor of the Year
Mitch Webster
Silver Creek High School
$
500
Skyline High School Education Foundation
Lauren Bade
Skyline High School
Juan Berumen
Skyline High School
Jaimie Erker
Skyline High School
Elizabeth Gutierrez
Skyline High School
Gavin Milburn
Skyline High School
Connor Monticello
Skyline High School
Jenevie Ann Nuñez
Skyline High School
Victoria Sonora
Skyline High School
Olivia Torres
Skyline High School
Jesus Contreras
Skyline High School
Noel Garcia
Skyline High School
Austin Layton
Skyline High School
Maria Soto
Skyline High School
$ 1,000
$ 1,000
$ 1,000
$ 1,000
$ 1,000
$ 1,000
$ 1,000
$ 1,000
$ 1,000
$ 500
$ 500
$ 500
$ 500
St. Vrain Valley Retired Employees Association Scholarship
Kristian Brubaker
Silver Creek High School
Jenevie Ann Nuñez
Skyline High School
$
$
500
500
Third Avenue Eyecare Scholarship
Jesse Hines
Bailey Marie Sniffin
Longmont High School
Niwot High School
$
$
500
500
Tom Nelson Memorial Golf
Luke Toillion
Niwot High School
$ 1,000
10
Town of Firestone Career Advancement Scholarship
Makaylin Martinez
Frederick High School
$ 1,000
Town of Frederick Scholarship
Kyle Kolanowski
Kaley Birge
$ 6,000
$ 6,000
Frederick High School
Mead High School
Town of Mead Community Day Scholarship
Olivia Torres
Skyline High School
$
Tri-Town Lions Club
Makaylin Martinez
Emma Wright
Dylan Dufour
Alexis Frank
Frederick High School
Frederick High School
Frederick High School
Frederick High School
$ 1,000
$ 1,000
$ 500
$ 500
Twin Peaks Rotary Scholarship
Jenevie Ann Nuñez
Maria Guadalupe Soto
Skyline High School
Skyline High School
$ 4,000
$ 2,000
United Power Book Scholarship
Meghan McCarron
Kaley Birge
Frederick High School
Mead High School
$
$
United Power Scholarship
Alexander Santilli
Erie High School
$ 1,000
Will Zulauf Memorial Scholarship
Alex Lopez
Melissa Barron
Frederick High School
Skyline High School
$
$
500
500
Zadel Realty Scholarship
Alex Lope
Frederick High School
$
500
11
750
500
500
6.3
MEMORANDUM
DATE:
October 14, 2015
TO:
Board of Education
FROM:
Dr. Don Haddad, Superintendent of Schools
SUBJECT:
Public Gifts to Schools
PURPOSE
To provide the Board of Education with a list of public gifts given to the St. Vrain Valley
School District for the first quarter of the 2015-2016 school year totaling $90,831.48.
BACKGROUND
During the course of the year, the District receives many cash and gift donations for its
programs. These gifts are accepted by the principal, the superintendent or the Board of
Education according to Board Policy KH, Public Gifts to Schools. The attached listing
delineates these gifts.
St. Vrain Valley School District RE-1J
2015-16 PUBLIC GIFTS TO THE SCHOOLS
Reported between July 1, 2015 and September 30, 2015
DATE OF
GIFT
7/2/2015
7/3/2015
7/15/2015
7/15/2015
7/15/2015
7/27/2015
7/29/2015
8/3/2015
8/4/2015
8/5/2015
8/7/2015
8/7/2015
8/7/2015
8/7/2015
8/7/2015
8/7/2015
8/7/2015
8/12/2015
8/12/2015
8/12/2015
8/13/2015
8/15/2015
8/17/2015
8/17/2015
8/17/2015
8/18/2015
8/20/2015
8/21/2015
8/25/2015
8/25/2015
8/25/2015
8/25/2015
8/26/2015
8/27/2015
8/27/2015
8/27/2015
8/28/2015
8/31/2015
8/31/2015
8/31/2015
9/2/2015
9/3/2015
9/3/2015
9/3/2015
9/4/2015
9/5/2015
9/6/2015
9/6/2015
9/7/2015
9/8/2015
9/8/2015
DONOR
Kimberly Hodes
Blue Mountain PTO
Target
Michael Keast
Denver Foundation (Kaiser)
IBM Corporation
Leah Rainford
Boulder County Parks & Open Space Found.
V&S Molding, Inc.
Tutor Doctor
VSP Vision Care
Office Depot
Arrow Office Products
Delta Dental
Elevations Credit Union
Weight Watchers
Kaiser Permanente
Black Rock PTO
Black Rock PTO
Black Rock PTO
Twin Peaks Rotary Club
Nan DeGrove
Education Foundation for St. Vrain Valley
Mary Myers
Alpine Elementary PTO
Longmont Dairy
Central Elementary PTO
Mad Greens
American Lung Association
Target
Colorado Youth Tennis Foundation
Education Foundation for St. Vrain Valley
Otter Cares Foundation
Rebecca Ballesteros
Eagle Crest PTO
Prestige Chrysler Dodge
Community Foundation
Thunder Valley PTO
Thomas Lewis
John Gordon
Robert & Donna McCraith
I-25 Kia
Timberline PTL
Harold Stanley
Lydia Kurniawan-May
Harry & Maria McCloy
FLT Apparel, LLC
Sandy Irby
Steve Sesnic & Eileen Hayes
Anita Dukes
Carolyn Jackson
AMT/VALUE
$
279.84
622.23
50.00
260.00
25,000.00
90.00
200.00
99.68
350.00
100.00
150.00
50.00
130.00
40.00
300.00
25.00
50.00
1,929.00
1,257.15
1,316.00
650.00
25.00
100.00
200.00
150.00
106.40
1,300.00
150.00
500.00
275.00
1,700.00
100.00
12,500.00
300.00
5,332.65
400.00
737.71
400.00
84.00
117.00
4,318.00
300.00
335.00
25.00
150.00
20.00
3,000.00
5.00
60.00
23.00
10.00
PTO
LOC PTO AMT
147
122
215
149
215
254
123
305
141
P
146
146
146
318
142
254
216
141
123
123
301
123
123
318
312
526
216
142
312
318
526
215
128
254
122
534
254
122
254
122
254
254
123
254
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
DESCRIPTION
Donation of computer equipment (keyboards, mice) to be used by District Technology Services as needed.
622 Cash donation to be used for student activities at Blue Mountain Elementary.
Cash donation to be used for student activities at Burlington Elementary.
Cash donation to be used to support the students at Sunset Middle School.
Cash donation to be used to support the Movement Program for teacher training at Red Hawk Elementary.
Cash donation to be used to support the students at Sunset Middle School.
Donation of a trumpet to be used in the Band Program at Altona Middle School.
Cash donation to be used for 4th Grade transportation costs for field trip to Agricultural Heritage Center for Central Elem.
Cash donation to be used for the purchase of softball equipment at Mead High School.
Cash donation to be used as a welcome back lunch for teachers at Alpine Elementary.
Donation of sunglasses as a door prize to support the Classified Welcome Back event in August 2015.
Donation of a gift card as a door prize to support the Classified Welcome Back event in August 2015.
Donation of a Keurig Commercial Coffee Maker as a door prize to support the Classified Welcome Back event in August 2015.
Donation of a Sonic Care toothbrush as a door prize to support the Classified Welcome Back event in August 2015.
Donation of a Sur La Table gift basket as a door prize to support the Classified Welcome Back event in August 2015.
Donation of a Weight Watchers gift basket to support the Classified Welcome Back event in August 2015.
Donation of a gym bag as door prize to support the Classified Welcome Back event in August 2015.
1929 Cash donation to be used for the Second Step Program for the counselor at Black Rock Elementary.
1257 Cash donation to be used for a book set, PBS Paws, and You Rock Awards for the 1st Grade at Black Rock Elementary.
1316 Cash donation to be used for the purchase of iPad Mini's for 4th & 5th Grade math classes at Black Rock Elementary.
Cash donation to be used for equipment and team items for the Boy's Golf Team at Frederick High.
Donation of school supplies to be given to students at Eagle Crest Elementary.
Cash donation to be used to support the Band Program at Altona Middle School.
Donation of a trumpet to be used to help the Band Program at Sunset Middle School.
150 Cash donation to be used as a welcome back lunch for teachers at Alpine Elementary.
Cash donation to be used to support students at Central Elementary.
1300 Cash donation to be used for the purchase of a dishwasher/installation for use in the staff lounge at Central Elementary.
Donation of gift cards to be used as rewards for students at Olde Columbine to eat better.
Cash donation to be used for the CASEO Program at Central Elementary.
Cash donation to be used to support students at Central Elementary.
Donation of tennis equipment for the Girls Tennis Team at Frederick High School.
Cash donation to be used for the Steel Band at Longmont High School.
Cash donation to be used for the Innovation Station at Thunder Valley K-8.
Cash donation to be used to build risers for the choral classes at Longs Peak Middle School.
5333 Cash donation to be used for salary for two aides at Eagle Crest Elementary.
Cash donation to be used for the purchase of uniforms and equipment for the softball program at Longmont High.
Cash donation to be used for hands-on learning and field trips for students at Frederick High.
400 Cash donation to be used for the purchase of lunch for staff members at Thunder Valley.
Cash donation to be used to support the Sunset Middle School play productions.
Donation of various items to be used by the staff at Spark! Preschool.
Cash donation to be used for the Worlds Strides Program at Altona Middle School.
Cash donation to be used for the ELL classroom at Burlington Elementary.
335 Cash donation to be used for staff and student needs at Timberline PK-8.
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
Cash donation to be used for Mrs. Willden's 3rd Grade class at Burlington Elementary.
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
Cash donation to be used for student activities at Burlington Elementary School.
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
Cash donation to be used for the Robotics Team from Central Elem to participate in World Championships in Kentucky.
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
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St. Vrain Valley School District RE-1J
2015-16 PUBLIC GIFTS TO THE SCHOOLS
Reported between July 1, 2015 and September 30, 2015
DATE OF
GIFT
9/8/2015
9/8/2015
9/9/2015
9/10/2015
9/10/2015
9/10/2015
9/10/2015
9/11/2015
9/12/2015
9/13/2015
9/14/2015
9/14/2015
9/14/2015
9/14/2015
9/14/2015
9/14/2015
9/14/2015
9/15/2015
9/15/2015
9/15/2015
9/15/2015
9/15/2015
9/15/2015
9/16/2015
9/16/2015
9/16/2015
9/16/2015
9/16/2015
9/16/2015
9/16/2015
9/16/2015
9/16/2015
9/17/2015
9/17/2015
9/17/2015
9/17/2015
9/17/2015
9/17/2015
9/17/2015
9/17/2015
9/17/2015
9/17/2015
9/17/2015
9/17/2015
9/17/2015
9/17/2015
9/18/2015
9/18/2015
9/21/2015
9/21/2015
9/21/2015
DONOR
Robert Currey
Helen Rewey
Robert Currey
Lyons Booster Club
Westic Construction Management Co.
William Kouri
Blue Mountain Stone
Alpine Elementary PTO
Jennifer Herron & Richard Sherman
Michael & Stacey James
Andy & Mary Rudeen
Judith & Michael Miller
Kelly Merical
Kristy Johnson
Judith & Michael Miller
Linda Battan
Nicole Lackovic
Twin Peaks Heating
Niwot Community Association
Nancy Parker
Shannon Boesch
Lani & Steve Rippel
Guaranty Bank
Destini Lenz
Laura Moore
Janet Glenn
Edward & Elvira Glenn
Mark Lang
Tim & Michelle Walker
Karen Padwick & Christopher Prowick
Dale & Wendy Deibert
Niwot Rotary Club Foundation
Stephanie & Scott Elsert
Robert Meilen
Jing Zhu
William & Meredith Campie
Rebecca Brucker (student)
Myrna Guerra
John Coxford
Lily Roberts
Karson Hills
Aniket Bhanmik (student)
Owen Hartman
Tanya & John Terrion
Zeve Goldsberry
Lynne Allen
Blue Mountain PTO
Stacey James
Chris Nusser
Liam & Tricia McCready
James Enright
AMT/VALUE
75.00
15.00
75.00
6,977.50
1,000.00
25.00
1,500.00
4,055.00
45.00
60.00
20.00
20.00
15.00
15.00
20.00
300.00
3,000.00
500.00
200.00
136.00
20.00
15.00
75.00
300.00
400.00
50.00
50.00
17.00
30.00
75.00
30.00
500.00
75.00
20.00
30.00
90.00
50.00
10.00
20.00
15.00
15.00
45.00
20.00
30.00
15.00
20.00
100.00
45.00
20.00
50.00
15.00
PTO
LOC PTO AMT
254
254
254
513
309
254
513
141
254
254
254
254
254
254
312
309
305
309
128
254
254
141
216
309
254
254
254
254
254
254
309
254
254
254
254
254
254
254
254
254
254
254
254
254
254
147
254
254
254
254
P
P
P
DESCRIPTION
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
6978 Cash donation to be used for yearbook, band, choir, technology, BBQ and postcards for Lyons Middle/Senior High.
Cash donation to be used for the purchase of softball team gear for Niwot High School.
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
Cash donation to be used for the barbeque at Lyons Middle/Senior High School.
4055 Cash donation to be used to pay for half of JBPYP membership for 2015-16 at Alpine Elementary.
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
Donation of a Canon Power Shot Camera with accessories to support the yearbook and photo classes at Longmont High.
Cash donation to be used for football shoulder pads for the Niwot High School Football Program.
Cash donation to be used to support and benefit the Mead High School Softball Team.
Cash donation to be used for the Band Program at Niwot High School.
Cash donation to be used for the entrance fee for the Spelling Bee for students at Lyons Elementary.
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
Cash donation to be used for breakfast for the Welcome Back for staff at Alpine Elementary.
Donation of a viola, shoulder rest and stand for student use in the Orchestra Program at Longs Peak Middle School.
Donation of a refrigerator to be used in the SPED Department at Niwot High School.
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
Cash donation to be used for the purchase of sheet music for the Music Department at Niwot High School.
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
100 Cash donation to be used for student activities at Blue Mountain Elementary.
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
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St. Vrain Valley School District RE-1J
2015-16 PUBLIC GIFTS TO THE SCHOOLS
Reported between July 1, 2015 and September 30, 2015
DATE OF
GIFT
9/21/2015
9/21/2015
9/21/2015
9/21/2015
9/21/2015
9/21/2015
9/21/2015
9/21/2015
9/21/2015
9/22/2015
9/23/2015
9/24/2015
9/25/2015
9/25/2015
9/26/2015
9/26/2015
9/28/2015
9/30/2015
DONOR
AMT/VALUE
Mark Lang
Chavela Lewis Cote
Nilay Deshpande & Family
Cristina Chirimos (student)
Mea French
Jay French
Christopher & Cynthia Borchers
Megan & Jonathan Brooks
Renard Brooks
Maria Moreno
Amgen
Debbie Hamrick
Central Elementary PTO
Central Elementary PTO
Anne & Steve Keener
Dale & Christi Katechis
Gerry Davis
Blue Mountain PTO
10.00
42.00
20.00
15.00
45.00
30.00
90.00
50.00
50.00
500.00
500.00
80.00
2,500.00
450.00
100.00
100.00
200.00
76.32
Total Gifts Reported 7/1/14 - 9/30/14
Parent Group Donations
$
$
90,831.48
26,800.85
TOTAL GIFTS 2014-2015
TOTAL PARENT GROUP DONATIONS
$
$
90,831.48
26,800.85
PTO
LOC PTO AMT
254
254
254
254
254
254
254
254
254
141
305
534
123
123
309
309
309
147
P
P
P
DESCRIPTION
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
Cash donation to be used to support the fundraiser for new technology at Altona Middle School.
Donation of 40 used books for the library at Alpine Elementary.
Cash donation to be used to support the Girls Basketball Program at Mead High School.
Donation of a violin and case to be used in the Music Department at Timberline PK-8.
2500 Cash donation to be used for annual IB fee assistance at Central Elementary.
450 Cash donation to be used for fee assistance for students in the Robotics Club at Central Elementary.
Donation of float decorations for Homecoming at Niwot High School.
Cash donation to be used for Homecoming at Niwot High School.
Donation of a telescope to be used in the Science Department at Niwot High School.
76 Cash donation to be used for student activities at Blue Mountain Elementary.
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St. Vrain Valley School District RE-1J
2015-16 PUBLIC GIFTS TO THE SCHOOLS
Reported between July 1, 2015 and September 30, 2015
School
Burlington
Central
Columbine
Erie Elementary
Spark! Discovery Preschool
Hygiene
Lyons Elementary
Mead Elementary
Mountain View
Niwot Elementary
Northridge
Longmont Estates
Rocky Mountain
Indian Peaks
Legacy
Sanborn
Alpine
Eagle Crest
Prairie Ridge
Fall River
Black Rock
Blue Mountain
Centennial
Red Hawk
Sunset
Longs Peak
Timberline K-8
Mead Middle
Westview
Coal Ridge
Trail Ridge
Erie Middle
Altona
Olde Columbine
Mead High
Niwot High
Skyline
Erie High
Longmont High
Silver Creek
Frederick High
CDC
Lyons Middle Senior
Thunder Valley
All Other Departments
Parent Group
Gifts
General Gifts
$
$
3,500.00
1,004.08
253.00
675.00
25.00
25,000.00
434.00
800.00
80.00
6,327.00
150.00
1,350.00
5,500.00
800.00
3,087.71
1,500.00
12,500.00
1,044.84
64,030.63
Page 4
$
$
4,250.00
4,205.00
5,332.65
4,502.15
798.55
335.00
6,977.50
400.00
26,800.85
Total Gifts
$
$
3,500.00
5,254.08
253.00
4,880.00
5,357.65
4,502.15
798.55
25,000.00
434.00
800.00
415.00
6,327.00
150.00
1,350.00
5,500.00
800.00
3,087.71
8,477.50
12,900.00
1,044.84
90,831.48
6.4
MEMORANDUM
DATE:
October 14, 2015
TO:
Board of Education
FROM:
Dr. Don Haddad, Superintendent of Schools
SUBJECT:
Report on School Safety and Security
PURPOSE
To inform the Board of Education of the School Safety Committees’ progress and to
update the Board of Education on related District-level safety and security topics.
BACKGROUND
The Board of Education adopted policy ADD, Safe Schools in 1999 to systematically
“develop and maintain a safe schools plan.”
Each School Safety Committee is directed by Board regulation ADD-R “to plan,
implement and orchestrate deliberate, focused activity to increase the probability that
the school or facility remains as safe as possible, within a reasonable context, given the
nature of the school business and limited resources.” The four areas of activity
specified are:
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physical facility assessments
climate and culture promotes positive interpersonal relationships
accessing information to avert violence and destructive behavior
emergency readiness
Annual School Safety Report
The purpose of this report is to highlight activities in the 2014-2015 school year and plans for
the 2015-2016 school year, grouped into the four focus areas specified in Board Regulation
ADD-R “District Safety/Security Committees.” This report also includes updates on related
District-level safety and security topics.
A. The first focus area of Board Regulation ADD-R is PHYSICAL FACILITY
ASSESSMENTS. The purpose of these activities is to assure that each school is
physically maintained and/or upgraded to a standard that promotes safety
conditions.
SCHOOL SAFETY COMMITTEES:
 All schools submitted a record of their 2014-2015 safety committee activities including
their meeting dates and safety drill dates. Activities also include updating Emergency
Management template, reviewing building safety procedures, setting safety goals and
monitoring progress, executing and debriefing drills and incidents, discussing climate
and culture issues, inspecting buildings for safety hazards, and establishing and
maintaining the first aid teams.
 School-based safety team meetings are provided annual discussion items, including
quick 15-minute emergency scenarios to discuss. Schools record and submit meeting
minutes to the security office. All safety committees are asked to invite the Director of
Security and Emergency Management to monthly meetings.
 Principals, Assistant Principals, and Deans attended the mandatory security briefing at
the Leadership Council meeting on August 7, 2014. A checklist of mandatory staff
trainings and tasks was reviewed. A packet was distributed to all administrators to assist
them in the most common safety and security issues.
 A template was distributed to schools to collect data on each school’s compliance with
the Colorado School Response Framework statute (C.R.S. 22-32-109.1(4) enacted by
Senate Bill 08-181) and the Interoperability Communications statute (C.R.S. 24-33.51213.4 enacted by Senate Bill 11-173). Once collected, these templates are shared
with our first response agencies to ensure interoperability.
OTHER ACTIVITIES RELATED TO “PHYSICAL FACILITY ASSESSMENT”
 The District Safety and Security Assessment Team conducted 11 site assessments.
The schools assessed were: Red Hawk, Burlington, Eagle Crest, Indian Peaks, Niwot
Elementary, Northridge, Thunder Valley, Sunset, Main Street, and Frederick High
School. The team utilizes the combination of security assessment training and their
specialized backgrounds to identify facility concerns, possible solutions, and best
practices that can be shared with other schools in the District. Currently, the buildings
are scheduled on a five-year rotation; however, secondary schools conduct an internal
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assessment at the beginning of the school year by the Campus Supervisor and the
School Resource Officer. The team generally finds the schools to be in good condition
with a good working emergency plan in place. Common concerns are focused around
traffic issues and access control.
 Key Strategic Goals for the Office of Security & Emergency Management that
support the safety and security of the physical facilities include:
1. Ensure school modular classrooms have the same level of security and communications
as a classroom. An emphasis this year was placed on enhancing security around the
modulars. All modular classrooms received handheld radios and A-phones. Teachers were
provided with a key card to use as a bathroom pass for students. The key card allowed limited
access through the closest door into the school. Individual schools addressed special
considerations for executing anyone of the four actions in the Standard Response Protocol.
2. Installation of permanent interior/exterior cameras. This process was managed and
maintained by the O & M staff. Campus Supervisors and School Resource Officers were trained
in the use of the cameras. All requested video footage was screened with the proper chain of
custody. Temporary cameras were installed on an as-needed basis to address the concerns of
the principals.
3. Updated floor plans for ResponseNet. A goal for the 14-15 school year was to eliminate the
ResponseNet program. Judith Race in O & M has been working towards updating all the
electronic maps for the District. The purpose for this project is to ensure that the District has the
most current maps in their database verses in the ResponseNet system. The emergency
communication tool in ResponseNet is in the process of being replaced by Shout Point which
offers more flexibility. Once both components have been fully implemented in the District, the
ResponseNet program will be discontinued, saving the District several thousands of dollars a
year.
4. Accountability for lost, missing or stolen building keys and keycards. In an attempt to
secure our schools, when a staff member reports a lost, missing or stolen key, an investigation
is generated to determine the overall vulnerability to the school. A meeting with the staff
member is held to document the facts and to determine whether or not a school building or
certain doors within the school require re-keying. Brian Lamer is provided a report to make the
final decision regarding appropriate response.
5. Access Control. In order to ensure that all schools are operating within a set standard for
distributing physical keys and key cards, a team was brought together to develop a matrix
defining use and access for all staff. Limited access into the building assists in reducing the
number of false alarms and unnecessary access after-hours.
6. Campus Supervisors. The District currently has 32 Campus Supervisors under the direction of
the Office of Security and Emergency Management. A third Campus Supervisor was hired for
Niwot High School to assist with the increasing number of students and to provide extra support
at Niwot Elementary. Campus Supervisors received advance training in gang and drug
awareness, mandatory reporting and legal updates, CPR/First Aid/AED, Emergency
Management and restraint training. Campus supervisors assisted primary schools with security
during evening events, provided security at high school-level athletic events, and assisted with
securing the high schools the night before graduation.
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7. Automatic External Defibrillators (AEDs) in all secondary schools. AED Everywhere is
contracted to manage the District’s AED program. The Director of Security and Emergency
Management oversees the coordination with the contractors to ensure all schools are compliant.
8. Installation of emergency toilets in all middle schools. During a school lockdown, students
may be in a classroom for an extended period of time. Children, especially young children, tend
to become nervous and have to use the restroom. In a lockdown situation, it is not safe for
children to leave the classroom. To remedy this problem, we built emergency toilets consisting
of a 5-gallon bucket, cat litter and plastic sheeting for privacy. Over 700 buckets were
assembled and distributed to the middle schools prior to the start of the school year. Over 900
buckets have been distributed to all the elementary schools and K-8 schools in the 2014-2015
school year.
9. Enhanced security at Educational Services Center, Learning Services Center and Clover
Basin. A-phones were installed at ESC and LSC to control access. A staff meeting was held
with Human Resources and Finance to discuss safety and security strategies.
 Additional activities of the Office of Security & Emergency Management that
support the safety and security of the physical facilities include:
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Attending monthly meetings with our community partners:
o Boulder County’s Office of Emergency Management (OEM) and Weld County OEM
o Longmont Police Department’s School Resource Officer (SRO) Supervisor, and SRO
regional meetings
o Town Hall meetings with Frederick and Mead schools
o Carbon Valley Emergency Planning Committee
Attended lockdown, lockout, shelter-in-place, and evacuation drills at the schools, as
permitted.
Advocated at the state fire division level for the legalization of utilizing door magnets for the
safety of the students and staff during a lockdown.
Attended the Local Emergency Planning Committee Conference as a District representative
(all costs covered by the state).
Consulted on the development of the Standard Operating Procedure for Active Shooters for
the Carbon Valley first responder agencies.
Attended a tabletop drill with Carbon Valley first responders to address managing a major
winter storm.
Responding to the majority of incidents where 911 has been called or when requested by
schools.
B. The second focus area of Board Regulation ADD-R is SCHOOL CLIMATE &
CULTURE. The purpose of these activities is to identify and implement procedures
and/or activities to foster healthy, positive, welcoming, supportive, cooperative, and
empathetic interpersonal relationships that contribute positively to the climate and
culture of each school.
UPDATES RELATED TO “CLIMATE & CULTURE”
 Key Positions in School Buildings
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Campus Supervisors adhere to a job description from the District in addition to sitespecific job duties determined by the secondary school building administration. They
function as building security, make recommendations concerning security and safety issues,
facilitate compliance around drills and exercises and communicate with students and staff to
support the school’s safety efforts. Campus supervisors provide assistance at after-school
functions such as football and basketball games.
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School Resource Officers (SRO's) provide a police presence in secondary schools,
interact with staff and students, and let them see that police officers are more than enforcers
of the law. SRO’s have the authority to arrest, ticket or refer a student to a restorative justice
process. SRO’s provide education such as Safe2Tell’s Conversation JumpStart (addressing
social issues such as sexting, domestic violence, and bullying) and Teen Police Academies
where students are given an opportunity to see the type of training a police officer receives.
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School Administration and staff set the climate in their schools. This is done by providing
support and being consistent. Administrators reach out beyond the student, and support
families. Administrators and staff maintain resources within their community to assist
families in need. Whether it is a coat for a child, food bank resources, or gas money, staff
embrace the belief that it takes a community to raise a child.
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A concept called Town Hall was established to bring agencies serving students together
on a monthly basis to problem solve. Probation, municipal judges, representatives from the
District Attorney’s office, truancy officers, administration and key staff come together to work
cohesively to support students who may be in crisis or struggling.
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School Counselors and Interventionists play a significant role in our schools. Both
positions provide students a safe haven in which they can share their thoughts and
concerns. The 2014-15 school year presented noteworthy challenges around the issue of
suicide. The state experienced unprecedented high numbers of young teens who were
having suicidal thoughts. School Counselors and Interventionists reported that this was one
of the top issues they encountered this past school year. Assistant Superintendent Connie
Syferd facilitated training for administrators around Mental Health First Aid to assist in
providing a higher level of understanding around mental health issues impacting youth.
 Programs and Initiatives
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Restorative Discipline (RD) trainings are regularly offered to SVVSD staff. RD is a process
designed to reduce suspensions and expulsions. It is used as a foundational practice in the
Day Treatment Program at Main Street School and in truancy reduction efforts.
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CARE (Child Advocacy Resource Education) program uses Safe Touch and Stranger
Danger curriculum at the elementary level and serves students attending schools in Weld
County.
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An Interagency Council was established in 2013/2014 from a partnership with Boulder
Community Services. This agency is a collaboration between Boulder County Agencies that
services youth and their families and St. Vrain Valley Schools. Students and families who
need services in regards to truancy and behavior are referred to the council, and parents
have immediate access to services.
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COMPASS Program. St. Vrain Valley Schools is entering into a partnership with Weld
County to reinstate services to students and families living in Weld County.
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Distant Learning Academy provides an opportunity for expelled students to have three hours
of concentrated instruction time. Students can attend morning or afternoon sessions during
the time in which they are expelled.
 Policy and Procedure reviewed and revised:
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JICI-Weapons in School
JIH-Student Interviews, Interrogations, Searches and Arrests
JIH-R-Student Interviews, Interrogations, Searches and Arrests
Procedures:
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Access Control
C. The third focus area of Board Regulation ADD-R is ACCESSING INFORMATION TO
AVERT VIOLENCE OR DESTRUCTIVE BEHAVIOR. The purpose of these activities is
to identify a process for those with knowledge of potential violence or
destructiveness to communicate such information, anonymously if necessary, to
school or law enforcement officials.
SAFE2TELL:
 The Safe2Tell program provides a means for students to remain anonymous when
reporting incidents that may impact the safety of a student(s) and/or a school. During
the course of the 2014-2015 school year, SVVSD received over 300 anonymous
incident reports from Safe2Tell ranging from suicidal students, threats/bullying, and
drug-related issues. Ongoing efforts in 2014-2015 included:
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The Safe2Tell logo and reporting information was added to the back of student ID
cards in collaboration with the ID card vendors.
Individual school presentations to promote the program.
More information about Safe2Tell can be found at www.safe2tell.org.
THREAT ASSESSMENTS:
 A threat assessment is the process in which you identify the level of threat a student
poses to self and/or others. The assessment is done with a team approach and
involves a series of interviews with staff, the student involved, their parents, and
witnesses. When determining levels of threat, the team reviews attendance, prior
discipline and criminal records and any other relevant information regarding the student.
A student may be rated high, medium or low depending upon the rating and, if
appropriate, certain resources will be utilized to assist the student in being successful.
Resources may range from a daily check-in with a backpack search to out-of-school
alternative placement.
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D. The fourth focus area of Board Regulation ADD-R is EMERGENCY READINESS. The
purpose of these activities is to assure that District employees are trained in the
appropriate steps and procedures to follow in the event of emergency and are
knowledgeable about how to access District resources.
This part of the report will address preparedness at the school level and the District level
with regard to a major emergency affecting an entire school site, such as a building
emergency (fire, smoke, gas leak), natural disaster (tornado, flood, wildfire), or man-made
disaster or threat (bomb threat, person with a weapon, hazardous material incident,
terrorist threat).
UPDATES RELATED TO “EMERGENCY READINESS”
 Compliance with the School Response Framework (SRF) statute (C.R.S. 22-32109.1(4) enacted by Senate Bill 08-181)
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The Standard Response Protocol (SRP) from the I Love U Guys® Foundation was
adopted to provide administrators, staff and students with a consistent District-wide protocol
to follow during an emergency. The SRP focuses on four actions taken in case of an
emergency in the school, LOCKDOWN, LOCKOUT, EVACUATE, SHELTER. These actions
were practiced throughout the year at all schools through required drills and actual incidents.
The Director of Security and Emergency Management provided staff training and monitored
drills to ensure compliance and to assist the school in adopting the concepts.
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Schools completed the Emergency Response and Incident Management template to
track compliance with the majority of components of the SRP. The template collects data on
each school’s ICS (Incident Command System), roles and responsibilities, drill dates/times,
emergency equipment, etc. Each school is required to submit the template to the Office of
Security and Emergency Management. The information is used to populate a compliance
document required by the State of Colorado (see Interoperability Communications section
on Page 7 of this report). The information is also shared with first responders to enhance
response capabilities.
 Training, Drills, and Exercises (SRF compliance continued)
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A Reunification Planning document was developed to create
consistency throughout the District. The reunification process
has been modified to utilize District facilities whenever possible.
Each school was provided with reunification site maps and a
template for building their school’s plan. In 2014-2015, 13
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schools completed an off-site evacuation/reunification drill. These drills were evaluated by
the Office of Security and Emergency Management and Risk Management.
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Safety Drills and Exercises: In addition to monthly fire drills, schools are required to
conduct a full evacuation exercise every three years. Schools conduct two lockdown drills,
a lockout drill, and two shelter-in-place drills (such as tornado drills) every year, per Board
policy EBCB, Safety Drills and Exercises. In addition, key District and school staff
participate in tabletop exercises with local emergency responders.
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ICS (Incident Command System) classes are provided for administrators and staff by
the Director of Security and Emergency Management, who is a state certified instructor in
ICS. Throughout the year, ICS classes have been conducted for school safety committees,
induction training for new administrators and departments based upon requests.
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Advanced training and participation in Emergency Management. The Director of
Security and Emergency Management attended the following advanced trainings:
o School Safety Summit
o Local Emergency Planning Committee Conference
Participation:
o Boulder and Weld County Multi-Agency Coordination Committee-School District
representative
o Carbon Valley Emergency Planning Committee
o Active member of the Jefferson County Incident Management Team
o Boulder County Child Protection Team Review Committee
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School First Aid Teams: Every school has a First Aid Team to render First Aid (including
CPR) when there is a serious injury or medical emergency. The District standard,
established in 2001, is that 5-7 staff on the team is certified in First Aid and at least two staff
on the team be certified in CPR. First Aid and CPR classes are offered quarterly to all
District employees. Many District employees who are not serving on a First Aid Team are
certified as well.
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In the event that one or more schools have been impacted by a serious incident or the
shock of a sudden death, Trauma Response Teams may be dispatched to these
buildings. These teams are made up of highly trained school counselors, school
psychologists, intervention specialists and social workers from our District. The teams
identify at-risk students and staff that need more intensive support and help restore
emotional equilibrium to the entire school building population.
 Compliance with the Interoperability Communications statute (C.R.S. 24-33.5-1213.4
enacted by Senate Bill 11-173)
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This statute concerns emergency communications between schools and public safety
agencies. The District’s level of interoperability has relied heavily on District handheld
radios and the relationship with the School Resource Officers. To expand the District’s
capability to communicate with local and state public safety agencies, the Office of Security
and Emergency Management purchased an 800 MHz radio and had it programmed to the
Longmont communications system. Longmont Emergency Communications Department
provided the District with the ability to connect the District’s handheld radios to local police
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and fire radios. This patching process allows for immediate communication in a crisis
between officers arriving on-scene and staff.
In prior large scale incidents, communication has always been an area identified as being
the most vulnerable. Emergency communication is critical to the overall management effort
of any incident. With that belief in mind, two banks of emergency District radios were
established. Twelve radios are charged and ready to be distributed in an emergency.
These radios are also used in the interim when a school has a radio put out of commission
for repair.
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E.
Another component of this statute requires Fire Marshals to complete a form and send it to
the Division of Fire Safety to verify school compliance with the School Response
Framework statute. The Office of Security and Emergency Management completed the
required documentation for all Fire Marshals in September.
Challenges and Recommendations:
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A major challenge facing all school districts is the ability to stay ahead of security
technology and the ever-changing variables that affect overall safety. The most effective
strategy to combat violence in our schools is through a proactive approach. The social and
emotional issues afflicting students in schools are the same issues they face out in the
community. It takes a community approach to address these issues. Partnering with
community members to identify and problem solve these social/emotional issues can help
reduce the overall safety concerns in schools today.
As the population in the District grows so does the number of students in crisis. Due to the
volume of responding to the needs of the schools, it has become increasingly challenging to
attend drills, safety and community meetings. Mandatory reporting of incidents of child
abuse outside of the school setting, Safe2Tell reports, school incidents, and threat
assessments have increased, therefore; it will be important to involve various administrative
staff, etc., in an effort to increase capacity.
Maintaining security staffing levels are challenging. Currently, the District does not have a
pool of substitutes to use when Campus Supervisors are out of the building. School
Resource Officers have required training and are otherwise unavailable at times during the
school year with no process in place for local police departments to backfill their positions in
their absences. Ideally, it would be advantageous to have the ability to call on a qualified
and trained substitute to fill the position when needed.
Due to the increase in demand for School Resource Officers (SRO), it is recommended that
we extend the SRO program to include full-time SROs at the middle schools and one fulltime SRO at CDC/OCHS. The District has attempted to do this; however, the municipalities
are unable at this time to accommodate our requests.
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The Office of Security and Emergency Management
Strategic Footprint
2015-2016
Mission Statement
The Office of Security and Emergency Management’s role is to ensure a safe, secure and friendly
educational environment for all St. Vrain Valley Schools. We are committed to ensuring the safety of
students, employees, and visitors through effective policies and procedures, educational programming,
and by deterring criminal and disruptive conduct that impacts the learning environment.
Vision
1. Ensure overall safety and security for students and staff
a. Physical Security of buildings
i. Access Control
1. Investigations around lost/stolen keys
2. New classroom door locks
3. Magnetic strips/door Blok
4. Door propping
5. Matrix control
6. First responder access
7. A-phones
ii. Cameras
1. Priority repairs
2. Placement
3. Emergency
4. Radios/ cameras
iii. Lockdown buttons
1. Drills/alarm company
2. Scheduling with first responders
3. Communications with communication centers
iv. Building design
1. Line of site
2. Location of dedicated security office
3. Access
b. Standard Response Protocols
i. Lockdown
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3.
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ii. Lockout
iii. Shelter
1. Tornado
2. Chemical release
iv. Evacuate
1. Fire
2. Gas leak
3. Controlled evacuation
4. Evacuation maps
c. State mandates- Safe School Act
i. Required drills
ii. Security Assessments
iii. Safety Meetings
iv. Policies and Procedures
Support Principals with safety and security concerns
a. Traffic control/flow
b. Mandatory Reporting
c. Incident response/management
d. Restraining orders
e. Parental custody issues
f. Liaison with first responders
g. Physical security
Serve as an advisor to Principals for severe behaviors by staff, students and parents
a. Discipline issues
b. Facilitate threat assessment process
c. Coordinate District response to threatening parent and/or staff member
d. Liaison with legal staff and custody issues
Provide administrative oversight for Campus Supervisors and liaison with School Resource
Officers
a. Staffing for Campus Supervisors
b. Monthly Campus Supervisor training
c. Evaluation process
d. Overall support
e. Time clock management
Network and collaborate with departments within the District and community organizations on
issues around safety, security and emergency management
a. Attend community meetings
b. Ensure information sharing on life safety issues
c. Collaborate on state reporting requirements
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Terminations Leaves of Absence
EFFECTIVE
5/28/2015
8/31/2015
9/11/2015
10/5/2015
9/30/2015
9/14/2015
9/8/2015
8/31/2015
9/14/2015
8/11/2015
9/25/2015
8/18/2015
9/15/2015
10/13/2015
8/18/2015
9/18/2015
8/24/2015
9/25/2015
9/4/2015
9/14/2015
9/11/2015
9/25/2015
9/18/2015
NAME
POSITION/LOCATION
ADMINISTRATIVE/PROFESSIONAL/TECHNICAL
LICENSED
Deere, Claudia
Frank, Brian
Joye, Erika
McCreavy, Angie
Nagar, Janelle
Teacher, Title 1 / Learning Services
Counselor / Timberline PK-8
Building Team Leader / Student Services
Teacher, Horticulture, CDC
Teacher, SE / Longs Peak MS
CLASSIFIED
Aulicino, Janice
Bagg, Sara
Bartlett, Graciela
Campbell, James
Christian, Jennifer
DeBellevue, Alaina
Donaire, Dora
Dupont, Tedi
Fetrow, Ronna
Garrido, Mariana
Graziano, Jessica
Hill, Jerry
Lohr, Farrah
Main, Carling
Paetow, Kennetha
Parra, Cynthia
Robbins, Katherine
Romero, Nicole
Group Leader, Child Care / Hygiene ES
Behavior Coach / Main Street School
Custodian / Indian Peaks ES
Paraeducator, Instructional/ Timberline PK-8
Bus Driver / Transportation
Accompanist / Niwot HS
Group Leader, Child Care / Legacy ES
Secretary, School / Driver Education
Paraeducator, SE / Blue Mountain ES
Nutrition Services Worker / Indian Peaks ES
Paraeducator, Instructional / Eagle Crest ES
Mechanic / Transportation
Nutrition Services Worker / Nutrition Services
Paraeducator, SE / Thunder Valley K-8
Nutrition Services Worker / Nutrition Services
Campus Supervisor / Main Street School
Paraeducator, SE / Erie HS
Group Leader, Child Care / Sanborn ES
7.1
NONFMLA
MEDIC
FMLA AL PERSONAL EXTENDEDRESIGNEDRETIRED
COMMENTS
X
10 Years
X
10 years
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
*Will work a 110 Day Contract for 2015-16
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Staff Appointments
HIRE DATE
NAME
ADMINISTRATIVE/PROFESSIONAL/TECHNICAL
POSITION
7.2
LOCATION
NEW POSITION
10/1/2015
10/5/2015
9/21/2015
10/1/2015
9/10/2015
10/1/2015
10/6/2015
9/10/2015
10/12/2015
9/24/2015
9/28/2015
9/22/2015
10/12/2015
9/17/2015
8/24/2015
9/21/2015
LICENSED
Adams, Carrie
Anderson, Janice
Beck, Michelle
Conry, Sharon
Hartmann, Theresa
Hoskins, DeeAnn
Lalaguna, Garrett
Newman, Danielle
Quinn, Heather
Rabensteine, Suzanne
Rovere, Jamie
Stutzman, Ryan
Stevens, Rachel
Strope, Laura
Weidner, Elizabeth
Zaruba, Sara
Non-Instructional Program Consultant
Multi Grades Teacher
Counselor
Teacher, Foreign Language
Teacher, Grade 4
Teacher, SE
Teacher, Tech Ed
Teacher, Social Studies
Teacher, MTSS
Teacher, SE
Computer Tech Teacher
Teacher, Instrumental Music
Teacher, Grade 6
Teacher, Title 1
Teacher, Foreign Language
Teacher, Grade 6
Silver Creek HS
Thunder Valley K-8
Timberline PK-8
Erie MS
Eagle Crest ES
Thunder Valley K-8
Skyline HS
Erie HS
Black Rock ES
Longs Peak MS
Trail Ridge MS
Frederick HS
Altona MS
Indian Peaks ES
Trail Ridge MS
Coal Ridge MS
X
X
9/16/2015
9/14/2015
9/16/2015
9/16/2015
9/29/2015
9/29/2015
9/16/2015
9/21/2015
9/24/2015
9/21/2015
10/5/2015
9/16/2015
9/28/2015
9/30/2015
9/18/2015
10/5/2015
9/16/2015
9/8/2015
9/15/2015
CLASSIFIED
Anderson, Samantha
Aulicino, Janice
Baumgardner, Jennifer
Blancarte, Socorro
Boggess, Natalie
Botkin, Diane
Brown, Christina
Bruggeman, Shantel
Caliento, Thomas
Chae-Story, Eun-young
Chafty, Sonya
Ciorciari, Cintia
Clark, Deborah
Connelly, Maureen
Daly, Joanie
Danielson, Kara
Dietzen, Katherine
Duran, Tatiana
Ernst, Monica
Nutrition Services Worker
Group Leader, Child Care
Nutrition Services Worker
Nutrition Services Worker
Paraeducator, PS
Paraeducator, SE
Nutrition Services Worker
Paraeducator, Instructional
Paraeducator, SE
Pareducator, Instructional
Paraeducator, SE
Paraeducator, Instructional
Interpreter for the Deaf
Paraeducator, SE
Paraeducator, Instructional
Paraeducator, SE
Nutrition Services Worker
Paraeducator, SE
Paraeducator, Instructional
Blue Mountain ES
Hygiene ES
Centennial ES
Niwot HS
Lyons ES
Westview MS
Erie HS
Longs Peak MS
Frederick HS
Eagle Crest ES
Lyons M/S
Altona MS
Student Services
Thunder Valley K-8
Mead ES
Thunder Valley K-8
Burlington ES
Thunder Valley K-8
Centennial ES
X
REPLACEMENT
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
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October 14, 2015
Staff Appointments
HIRE DATE
9/29/2015
8/26/2015
9/11/2015
10/6/2015
9/16/2015
9/21/2015
10/2/2015
9/4/2015
9/16/2015
10/9/2015
9/18/2015
10/5/2015
9/16/2015
9/10/2015
9/16/2015
10/5/2015
9/21/2015
9/16/2015
9/15/2015
9/17/2015
9/4/2015
9/8/2015
9/8/2015
9/16/2015
9/21/2015
9/8/2015
9/9/2015
9/15/2015
9/29/2015
9/14/2015
9/8/2015
9/10/2015
9/15/2015
9/18/2015
9/14/2015
9/14/2015
9/16/2015
9/11/2015
9/16/2015
NAME
Fish, Margo
Fung, Sudavee
Goter, Marcia
Hanssens-Reed, Hannah
Heger, Amy
Horner, Jonathan
James, Tamara
Kelley, Tanya
Kent, Steffani
King, Christel
Kittler, Robert
Klaerich, Catherine
Lamphere, Ann
Leaves, Joy
Martinez, Shirley
McCracken, Katherine
Mitchell, Joyce
Neals, Doressa
Nicks, Regina
Orvis, Alissa
Parrott, Randi
Perez, Blanca
Ramirez, Denise
Ramirez, Maria
Read, Zoe
Rudeen, Mary
Sanchez, Felicia
Sanders, Kimberly
Sisk, Jessie
Sites, Billie
Sloane, Johnna
Smercheck, Bridget
Smith, Bonnie
Smith, Sharon
Stockwell, Christine
Tena, Daisy
Turk, Jennifer
Warembourg, Marcia
White, Roberta
POSITION
Paraeducator, SE
Paraeducator, Instructional
Group Leader, Child Care
Paraeducator, Instructional
Nutrition Services Worker
Campus Supervisor
Paraeducator, Non-Instructional
Paraeducator, SE
Health Clerk
Group Leader, Child Care
Paraeducator, SE
Accompanist
Nutrition Services Worker
Paraeducator, Instructional
Nutrition Services Worker
Interpreter for the Deaf
Paraeducator, SE
Nutrition Services Worker
Paraeducator, Instructional
Paraeducator, Instructional
Instructional Para
Preschool Para
Secretary, School
Nutrition Services Worker
Paraeducator, SE
Instructional Para
Health Clerk
Paraeducator, Instructional
Paraeducator, SE
Paraeducator, Instructional
Director, Child Care
Health Clerk
Secretary, School
Paraeducator, Instructional
Paraeducator, SE
Paraeducator, SE
Nutrition Services Worker
Director, Child Care
Nutrition Services Worker
LOCATION
Thunder Valley K-8
Eagle Crest ES
Spark Preschool
Timberline PK-8
Erie HS
Erie HS
Erie ES
Altona MS
Niwot ES
Eagle Crest ES
Red Hawk ES
Niwot HS
Mead HS
Westview MS
Erie MS
Student Services
Student Services
Westview MS
Centennial ES
Westview MS
Eagle Crest ES
Indian Peaks ES
Longs Peak MS
Thunder Valley K-8
Niwot ES
Eagle Crest ES
Erie MS
Prairie Ridge ES
Red Hawk ES
Northridge ES
Alpine ES
Hygiene ES
Driver Education
Mead ES
Mountain View ES
Alpine ES
Prairie Ridge ES
Centennial ES
Erie HS
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7.3
MEMORANDUM
DATE:
October 14, 2015
TO:
Board of Education
FROM:
Dr. Don Haddad, Superintendent of Schools
SUBJECT:
Approval of Board of Education Meeting Minutes
RECOMMENDATION
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That the Board of Education approve the minutes from the September Board Meetings.
BACKGROUND
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The Board will be asked to approve the minutes of the September 9, 2015 Regular
Meeting, the September 16, 2015 Study Session, and the September 23, 2015 Regular
Meeting.
7.4
MEMORANDUM
DATE:
October 14, 2015
TO:
Board of Education
FROM:
Dr. Don Haddad, Superintendent of Schools
SUBJECT:
Approval of Free and Reduced Meal Application
RECOMMENDATION
That the Board of Education approves the 2015-2016 USDA Free and Reduced Meal
Application.
BACKGROUND
In cooperation with the state and federal government, the District shall actively
participate in the school meals programs. The District believes in the nutritional and
educational value of school meals and intends to serve such meals when practical from
the standpoint of facilities and available trained personnel. The administration shall
establish regulations which conform to state and federal (or other) requirements
regarding participation in programs for free and reduced priced meals and
supplementary food. Such regulations shall be presented to the Board from time-totime for its approval.
LETTER TO HOUSEHOLDS
2015-2016
Dear Parent/Guardian:
Children need healthy meals to learn. St Vrain Valley Schools offers healthy meals every school day. Breakfast costs $1.25 for
elementary and $1.50 for secondary students. Lunch costs $2.75 for elementary and $3.00 for secondary students. Your
children may qualify for free meals or for reduced price meals. *Students in all grades that qualify for reduced price meals will
receive breakfast at “no charge”. Students in preschool through 5th grade who qualify for reduced meals will also receive lunch at
“no charge”. Reduced lunch for grades 6-12 is $.40 per meal.
Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines SY2015-16
Household Size
Yearly
Monthly
Weekly
Complete one Free and Reduced Price School Meals Application for all students
1
$21,775
$1,815
$419
in your household. We cannot approve an application that is not complete, so
2
$29,471
$2,456
$567
be sure to fill out all required information.
Return the completed
3
$37,167
$3,098
$715
application to: Sandra Melara, 2929 Clover Basin Dr., Longmont, CO
4
$44,863
$3,739
$863
80503 or your student’s school.
5
$52,559
$4,380
$1,011
**Please note that for up to 30 operating days into the new school year,
6
$60,255
$5,022
$1,159
eligibility from the last year will continue. When this carry-over period ends,
7
$67,951
$5,663
$1,307
unless the household is notified that their children are directly certified or the
8
$75,647
$6,304
$1,455
household submits an application that is approved, the children must pay full
For each
price for school meals and the school will not send a reminder notice or a notice
additional
$7,696
$642
$148
of expired eligibility.
family member
add:
Here are answers to questions you may have about applying:
1.
Who can receive free meals? All children in households receiving benefits from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance
Program (SNAP) and children in households that participate in the Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations
(FDPIR) are eligible for free meals regardless of your income. If one case number is provided on the application, free meal
benefits will apply to all students listed on the application. Also, your children can receive free or reduced price meals if your
household income is within the free limits on the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines.
If you have received a NOTICE OF DIRECT CERTIFICATION for free meals, do not complete the application. But do let the
school know if any children in your household are not listed on the NOTICE OF DIRECT CERTIFICATION letter you received.
2.
Can foster children receive free meals? Yes, foster children who are under the legal responsibility of a foster care
agency or court are eligible for free meals. Any foster child in the household is eligible for free meals regardless of income.
For a household that has foster and non-foster children, the foster child may be listed on the application as a member of the
foster family, as this may help other children in the household to qualify for benefits. If the foster family is not eligible for
free meals it does not prevent the foster child from receiving free meal benefits.
3.
Can homeless, runaway, Head Start and migrant children receive free meals? Yes. If you have not already
received notification that your child(ren) qualify for free meals, complete the meal application and indicate the child’s
status: homeless, runaway, Head Start or migrant. In addition call your homeless liaison, Luis Chavez, 303.682.7262
to see if your child (ren) qualifies.
4.
Who can receive reduced price meals? Your children can receive reduced price meals if your household income is within
the limits on the Federal Eligibility Income Chart.
5.
Should I fill out an application if I received a letter this school year saying my children are approved for free
meals? Please carefully read the letter you received, and follow the instructions. Call your child’s school if you have
questions.
6.
My child’s application was approved last year. Do I need to fill out another one? Yes. Your child’s application is
good only for that school year and for the first few days of this school year. You must send in a new application unless the
school told you that your child is eligible for the new school year.
7.
I receive benefits from the WIC Program. Can my child (ren) receive free meals? Children in households
participating in WIC may be eligible for free or reduced price meals. Please fill out an application.
8.
Will the information I give be checked? Yes, and we may ask you to send written proof of the information you provide.
9.
If I don’t qualify now, may I apply again later? Yes. You may apply at any time during the school year if your
household size increases, income decreases, or if you start receiving SNAP or FDPIR. If you lose your job, your children may
be able to receive free or reduced price meals if the household income drops below the income limit.
10. What if I disagree with the school’s decision about my application? You should talk to school officials. You also may
ask for a hearing by calling or writing to: Shelly Allen, Nutrition Services, 2929 Clover Basin Dr., Longmont, CO
80503.
11. May I apply if someone in my household is not a U.S. citizen? Yes. You or your child (ren) do not have to be a U.S.
citizen to qualify for free or reduced price meals.
12. Whom should I include as members of my household? You must include all people living in your household, related or
not (such as grandparents, other relatives, or friends) who share income and expenses. You must include yourself and all
children who live with you. If you live with other people who are economically independent (for example, people whom you
do not support, who do not share income with you or your children, and who pay a pro-rated share of expenses), do not
include them.
13. What if my income is not always the same? List the amount that you normally receive. For example, if you normally
receive $1000 each month, but you missed some work last month and only received $900, put down that you receive $1000
per month. If you normally receive overtime pay, include it, but do not include it if you work overtime only sometimes. If
you have lost a job or had your hours or wages reduced, use your current income.
14. We are in the military; do we include our housing allowance as income? If you receive an off-base housing
allowance, it must be included as income. However, if your housing is part of the Military Housing Privatization Initiative, do
not include your housing allowance as income.
15. My spouse is deployed to a combat zone. Is his/her combat pay counted as income? No, if the combat pay is
received in addition to his/her basic pay because of his/her deployment and it was not received before he/she was
deployed, combat pay is not counted as income. Contact your school for more information.
16. My family needs more help. Are there other programs for which we might apply? To find out how to apply for other
assistance benefits, contact your local assistance office. Colorado PEAK is an online service to screen and apply for medical,
food, and cash assistance programs. It can be accessed at http://coloradopeak.force.com/.
17. Is the social security number required? While disclosure of the last 4 digits of a social security number is voluntary, for
an application to be approved, the last 4 digits of a social security number or an indication of “none” is required for approval
of the application.
If you have other questions or need help, call [303.682.7255].
Sincerely,
Shelly Allen, Director of Nutrition Services
[email protected]
303-682-7255
Use of Information Statement: The Richard B. Russell National School Lunch Act requires the information on this application. You
do not have to give the information, but if you do not, we cannot approve your child for free or reduced price meals. You must
include the last four digits of the social security number of the adult household member who signs the application. The last four
digits of the social security number is not required when you apply on behalf of a foster child or you list a Supplemental Nutrition
Assistance Program (SNAP), Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Program or Food Distribution Program on Indian
Reservations (FDPIR) case number or other FDPIR identifier for your child or when you indicate that the adult household member
signing the application does not have a social security number. We will use your information to determine if your child is eligible for
free or reduced price meals, and for administration and enforcement of the lunch and breakfast programs. We MAY share your
eligibility information with education, health, and nutrition programs to help them evaluate, fund, or determine benefits for their
programs, auditors for program reviews, and law enforcement officials to help them look into violations of program rules.
Non-discrimination Statement: The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) prohibits discrimination against its customers,
employees, and applicants for employment on the bases of race, color, national origin, age, disability, sex, gender identity, religion,
reprisal, and where applicable, political beliefs, marital status, familial or parental status, sexual orientation, or all or part of an
individual's income is derived from any public assistance program, or protected genetic information in employment or in any program
or activity conducted or funded by the Department. (Not all prohibited bases will apply to all programs and/or employment
activities.) If you wish to file a Civil Rights program complaint of discrimination, complete the USDA Program Discrimination
Complaint Form, found online at http://www.ascr.usda.gov/complaint_filing_cust.html, or at any USDA office, or call (866) 632-9992
to request the form. You may also write a letter containing all of the information requested in the form. Send your completed
complaint form or letter to us by mail at U.S. Department of Agriculture, Director, Office of Adjudication, 1400 Independence
Avenue, S.W., Washington, D.C. 20250-9410, by fax (202) 690-7442 or e-mail at [email protected] Individuals who are
deaf, hard of hearing, or have speech disabilities may contact USDA through the Federal Relay Service at (800) 877-8339 or (800)
845-6136 (in Spanish). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
CARTA A LOS PADRES
2015-2016
Estimados Padres/Tutores:
Los niños necesitan comida nutritiva para que puedan aprender. St Vrain Valley Schools ofrece comidas saludables todos los días
escolares. El desayuno cuesta [$] y el almuerzo [$]. Sus hijos podrían calificar para recibir comidas gratis o a precio reducido. El
precio reducido es de [$] para el desayuno y [$] para el almuerzo.
Tabla de ingresos
* Alumnos de todos los grados que califiquen para recibir comidas a precio
reducido recibirán desayuno gratis. Alumnos desde preescolar hasta quinto
grado que califiquen para recibir comidas a precio reducido también recibirán
almuerzo gratis. *
Tamaño de la
familia
Anual
Mensual
Semanal
1
$21,775
$1,815
$419
2
$29,471
$2,456
$567
Cumplimente una solicitud para comidas gratis o a precio reducido para todos
los estudiantes en su hogar. No podremos aprobar una solicitud incompleta, así
que asegúrese de llenar toda la información requerida. Envíe la solicitud
cumplimentada a: Sandra Melara, 2929 Clover Basin Dr., Longmont, CO
80503.
3
$37,167
$3,098
$715
4
$44,863
$3,739
$863
5
$52,559
$4,380
$1,011
6
$60,255
$5,022
$1,159
7
$67,951
$5,663
$1,307
8
$75,647
$6,304
$1,455
Por cada
miembro
adicional de la
familia, agregue:
$7,696
$642
$148
Tenga en cuenta que hasta 30 días de funcionamiento en el nuevo año escolar,
la elegibilidad del último año continuará. Cuando termine este período de
prórroga, a menos que la casa es notificada de que sus hijos están certificados
directamente o la casa presenta una aplicación que es aprobada, los niños
tienen que pagar el precio completo para las comidas escolares y la escuela no
le enviará un aviso recordatorio ni una notificación de elegibilidad caducada.
Aquí hallarán respuestas a las preguntas que puedan tener acerca de la solicitud:
1.
¿Quiénes pueden recibir comidas gratis o a precio reducido? Los niños en hogares que reciben beneficios del
Programa de Asistencia para Nutrición Suplementaria (SNAP - Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) y los niños en
hogares que participan en el Programa de Distribución de Alimentos en Reservaciones Indígenas (FDPIR - Food Distribution
Program in Indian Reservations) tienen derecho a recibir comidas gratis sin considerar sus ingresos. Si proporciona un
número de caso en la solicitud, los beneficios de comidas gratuitas se aplicarán a todos los alumnos listados en la solicitud.
Además, sus niños podrán recibir comidas gratis o a precio reducido si sus ingresos familiares están dentro de los límites de
las pautas federales de cumplimiento de requisitos de ingresos (Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines).
Si usted ha recibido una NOTIFICACIÓN DE CERTIFICACIÓN DIRECTA para comidas gratuitas, no complete la solicitud. No
obstante, informe a la escuela si alguno de sus hijos no está listado en la carta de NOTIFICACIÓN DE CERTIFICACIÓN
DIRECTA que recibió.
2.
¿Pueden recibir comidas gratis los niños en hogares sustitutos? Sí, los niños de crianza temporal (foster children)
que se encuentran bajo la responsabilidad legal de una agencia de cuidado de niños o un tribunal tienen derecho a recibir
comidas gratis. Cualquier niño de crianza en su hogar puede recibir comidas gratis sin considerar sus ingresos. En aquellos
hogares donde hay niños de crianza temporal y otros que no lo son, el niño de crianza temporal puede ser incluido en la
solicitud como miembro de la familia sustituta, ya que ello puede ayudar a otros niños en el hogar a cumplir los requisitos
para recibir estos beneficios. Si la familia sustituta no reúne los requisitos para recibir comidas gratis, ello no impide que el
niño de crianza pueda recibir beneficios de comidas gratis.
3.
¿Pueden recibir comidas gratis los niños desamparados, fugados, Head Start e inmigrantes? Sí. Si usted no ha
recibido notificación de que su(s) hijo(s) califica(n) los requisitos para recibir comidas gratis, cumplimente la solicitud e
indique la situación del niño: desamparado, fugado o inmigrante. Además, contáctese con [Luis Chavez, 303.682.7262]
para ver si su(s) hijo(s) cumple(n) los requisitos.
4.
¿Quién puede recibir comidas a precio reducido? Sus hijos pueden recibir comidas a precio reducido si los ingresos de
su hogar están dentro de los límites de la Tabla Federal de Ingresos para la Elegibilidad.
5.
¿Debo llenar una solicitud si recibí una carta este año escolar que indica que mis hijos fueron aprobados para
recibir comidas gratis? Por favor, lea cuidadosamente la carta que recibió y siga las instrucciones. Llame a la escuela de
su hijo si tiene alguna pregunta.
6.
La solicitud de mi hijo fue aprobada el año pasado. ¿Tengo que llenar otra solicitud? Sí. La solicitud de su hijo es
válida sólo para ese año escolar y los primeros días del año escolar en curso. Usted debe enviar una nueva solicitud, a
menos que la escuela le haya dicho que su hijo puede recibir los beneficios durante el nuevo año escolar.
7.
Recibo beneficios del Programa WIC. ¿Puede(n) mi(s) hijo(s) recibir comidas gratis? Los niños en hogares que
participan en el programa WIC podrían cumplir los requisitos para recibir comidas gratis o a precio reducido. Por favor, llene
una solicitud.
8.
¿Será revisada la información que yo provea? Sí, y podremos pedirle que envíe pruebas escritas de la información
provista.
9.
Si no cumplo los requisitos ahora ¿puedo volver a solicitar en el futuro? Sí. Usted puede volver a solicitar el
beneficio en cualquier momento durante el año escolar si el tamaño de su familia aumenta, si sus ingresos disminuyen, o si
comienza a recibir beneficios de SNAP o FDPIR. Si usted pierde su trabajo, sus niños podrían recibir comidas gratis o a
precio reducido si el ingreso familiar es menor al límite de ingresos para beneficios.
10.
¿Qué pasa si no estoy de acuerdo con la decisión de la escuela con respecto a mi solicitud? Usted debe hablar con
las autoridades escolares. También podría solicitar una audiencia por escrito o por vía telefónica a: [Shelly Allen,
Nutrición Cervices, 2929 Clover Basin Dr., Longmont, CO 80503].
11.
¿Puedo presentar una solicitud aun si alguien en mi hogar no es ciudadano de los EE.UU.? Sí. Usted o su hijo no
tienen que ser ciudadanos de los EE.UU. para cumplir los requisitos para recibir comidas gratis o a precio reducido.
12.
¿A quién debo incluir como miembro de mi familia? Usted debe incluir a todas las personas que viven en su hogar,
sean parientes o no (tal como, abuelos, otros parientes o amigos) que comparten ingresos y gastos. Usted debe incluirse a
sí mismo y a todos los niños que viven con usted. Si usted vive con otras personas que son económicamente independientes
(por ejemplo, personas que usted no mantiene, o que no comparten ingresos con usted o sus hijos, y que pagan una parte
prorrateada de los gastos), ellos no deben ser incluidos.
13.
¿Qué pasa si mis ingresos no son siempre iguales? Indique la cantidad que usted recibe regularmente. Por ejemplo, si
usted recibe regularmente $1,000 al mes, pero se ausentó del trabajo el mes pasado y solo recibió $900, anote que usted
recibe $1,000 por mes. Si usted recibe regularmente pago por tiempo extra, incluya esta cantidad, pero no debe incluirla si
trabaja tiempo extra solo ocasionalmente. Si usted ha perdido su trabajo, o sus horas o su salario se redujeron, utilice sus
ingresos actuales.
14.
Nosotros estamos en el servicio militar; ¿debemos incluir nuestro subsidio para vivienda como ingreso? Si usted
recibe un subsidio para vivienda fuera de la base militar, debe incluirlo como ingreso. Sin embargo, si su vivienda es parte
del programa de Iniciativa de Privatización de Viviendas para Militares, no incluya su subsidio de vivienda como ingreso.
15.
Mi cónyuge está sirviendo en una zona de combate. ¿Se considera como ingreso su paga por combate? No, si la
paga por combate se recibe en adición a su salario básico debido a su servicio en una zona de combate y no fue recibido
antes de servir como tal, el pago por combate no cuenta como ingreso. Contáctese con su escuela para recibir más
información.
16.
Mi familia necesita más asistencia. ¿Existen otros programas que podamos solicitar? Para aprender cómo solicitar
otros beneficios de asistencia, comuníquese con su oficina local de asistencia. “Colorado PEAK” es un servicio computarizado
para localizar y presentar solicitudes a programas de asistencia médica, alimenticia o económica. Puede acceder a este sitio
de web en: http://coloradopeak.force.com/.
17.
¿Es requerido el número de seguro social? Aunque la divulgación de los últimos 4 dígitos del número de seguro social
es voluntaria, para que la solicitud sea aprobada se requiere indicar los últimos 4 dígitos del número de seguro social o
indicar "ninguno".
18.
Si tiene otras preguntas o necesita ayuda, llame al [303.682.7255].
Atentamente,
Shelly Allen, Director of Nutrition Services
303.682.7255
Declaración de uso de información: La Ley de almuerzo escolar nacional “Richard B. Russell” requiere la información en esta solicitud. Usted no tiene la obligación de
proporcionar la información, pero de no hacerlo, no podremos aprobar la solicitud para que sus hijos reciban comidas gratis o a precio reducido. Usted tiene que incluir los
últimos cuatro dígitos del número de seguro social del miembro adulto del hogar que firma la solicitud. Los últimos cuatro dígitos del número de seguro social no son necesarios
si usted hace esta solicitud para un niño de crianza (foster child) o si usted anota el número de Asistencia de Nutrición Suplementaria (SNAP), Programa de Asistencia Temporal
para Familias Necesitadas (TANF) o Programa de Distribución de Alimentos en Reservaciones Indígenas (FDPIR) u otro identificador de FDPIR para su hijo o cuando indica que el
miembro adulto del hogar que firmó la solicitud no tiene un número de seguro social. Nosotros usaremos su información para determinar si sus hijos califican para recibir
comidas gratis o a precio reducido, y para la administración y ejecución de los programas de desayuno y almuerzo. Nosotros PODRÍAMOS compartir su información sobre el
cumplimiento con los requisitos con programas de educación, salud y nutrición para ayudarlos a evaluar, financiar o determinar beneficios para sus programas, sus auditores
para revisión de programas y funcionarios del orden público para ayudarles a investigar violaciones de las reglas del programa.
Declaración de no-discriminación: El Departamento de Agricultura de los EE.UU. (USDA) prohíbe la discriminación contra sus clientes, empleados y solicitantes de empleo en
base a raza, color, origen nacional, edad, discapacidad, sexo, identidad de género, religión, represalia, y cuando es aplicable, credos políticos, estado civil, estado familiar o
parental, orientación sexual, o si los ingresos de un individuo son derivados en su totalidad o en parte de cualquier programa de asistencia pública, o protección de información
genética en el empleo o en cualquier programa o actividad realizada o financiada por el Departamento. (No todas las bases de prohibición serán aplicables a todos los programas
o actividades de empleo). Si usted desea presentar una queja por discriminación concerniente al programa para hacer valer sus derechos civiles, cumplimente el Formulario de
Queja del Programa de Discriminación del USDA, el cual se encuentra en internet en el sitio de web http://www.ascr.usda.gov/complaint_filing_cust.html, o en cualquier oficina
del USDA, o llame al (866) 632-9992 para solicitar el formulario. También puede enviar una carta con toda la información solicitada en el formulario. Envíenos su formulario de
queja o su carta por correo a: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Director, Office of Adjudication, 1400 Independence Avenue, S.W., Washington, D.C. 20250-9410, o por fax al
(202) 690-7442 o por correo electrónico a: [email protected] Las personas sordas o con dificultades auditivas o con discapacidades del habla, pueden comunicarse con
el USDA a través del Servicio Federal de Relevo al (800) 877-8339 o al (800) 845-6136 (en español). El USDA es un proveedor y empleador que ofrece igualdad de
oportunidades.
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CERTIFICATION: I certify (promise) that all information on this application is true and that all income is reported. I understand that the school will get Federal Funds based on the information I give. I understand that the school
officials may verify (check) the information. I understand that if I purposely give false information, my children may lose meal benefits, and I may be prosecuted.
ADULT HOUSEHOLD MEMBER MUST SIGN BELOW
PRINT YOUR NAME IN THE BOXES BELOW
Daytime Phone
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Address
CHECK BOX IF
NO INCOME
Indicate Pay period by filling in the appropriate pay period M = Monthly, 2M = Twice a Month, W = Weekly, 2W = Every 2 Weeks
List all current gross income and check how often it is received.
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Technology Fees
Textbook Fees
Athletic Fees
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YOU MUST SIGN FOR THIS INFORMATION TO BE RELEASED.
I certify that I am the parent/legal guardian of the Child(ren) for whom the application is being made
Return to the school office/cafeteria or mail to the Nutrition Service Department 2929 Clover Basin, Longmont, CO 80503
No, do not share application information with any programs.
Transportation Fees
(OPTIONAL) Information Release Form: Parents/Guardians have the option of sharing the student eligibility status from this application with St. Vrain Valley School District for the purpose of waiving School/District and Program Fees that your child(ren) might
otherwise be required to pay. Whether you sign this section or not, it will not affect the eligibility of your child(ren) for free or reduced price meals. Parents may take their notification letter to school to waive school fees if they choose not to complete this section.
1. Yes, please share my students eligibility status with only the programs I have checked below if the school/department request it. (These programs will not share the info with anyone else.):
Mark this box if not required or if
you do not have a Social Security Number
*Adult Household Member Social Security #
(Last 4 Digits Only)
(DO NOT add students twice)
TOTAL HOUSEHOLD
MEMBERS. Add the
Names listed in Parts 1 & 4
LIST ALL HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS NOT LISTED
ABOVE AND STUDENTS WITH INCOME
ALL OTHER
HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS
Name:
Last Name
LIST ALL STUDENTS ATTENDING ST VRAIN VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) / Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations (FDPIR)
Provide the name and case number for the person who
receives benefits. (Enter name and number and skip to part 7)
Foster
Child
USE BLACK INK. PRINT NEATLY.
St. Vrain Valley School District 2015-2016 Application for Free or Reduced-Price School Meals
(This form may be used only if participating in the federal Child Nutrition Programs). COMPLETE ONE APPLICATION PER HOUSEHOLD.
2015-2016 aplicacion para comidas de escuela de forma gratuita o a precio reducido
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CERTIFICACIÓN: Certifico (prometo) que toda la información y que todos los ingresos en esta solcitud son verdaderos. Entiendo que la escuela recibirá fondos Federales basado en la información que doy. Entiendo que los
funcionarios escolares pueden verificar (revisar) la información. Entiendo que si deliberadamente proveo información falsa, mis niños podrían perder los beneficios de comidas y yo podría ser procesado.
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Período de pago indican, rellenando el periodo de pago correspondiente M = Mensual, 2M = dos veces al mes, W = Semanal, 2W = Cada 2 semanas
Huyo de casa
Sin hogar
Si alguno de los menores en
la solicitud NO TIENE
HOGAR, ES INMIGRANTE
O HUYO DE CASA,
seleccione la casilla
apropiada y llame a la
Escolar del Condado de St
Vrain de Enlace en
303-682-7262.
Devuelva esta solicitud a la Escuela o enviela por correo/tráigala personalmente a Nutrition Services Office 2929 Clover Basin Drive, Longmont, Colorado 80503
DEBE FIRMAR ESTA APLICACION PARA QUE LA INFORMACION SEA REVELADA. Yo certifico que you soy el padre/madre/representate legal del/los Nino(s) para los cuales esta solicitud fue hecha.
Opcional Forma para Revelar Información: Los Padres/Representantes tienen la opción de revelar el estado de elegibilidad de sus hijos contenido en esta solicitud a las Escuelas del St Vrain con el propositó de ser exonerados del pago de las cuotas de la
Escuelar/Distrito y del Programa. Los padres pueden llevar la carta de notificación a la escuela para ser exonerados del pago de las cuotas de la escuela si ellos deciden no completar esta forma.
1. Sí, por favor comparta mi condición de elegibilidad de los estudiantes sólo con los programas que están marcados a continuación si la escuela / departamento lo solicite. (Estos programas no compartirá la información con nadie más.):
Los honararies
Los honararies
Los honararies transporte
Los honararies tecnología
de libro de texto
de atletismo
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O 2.
No, no comparten información de la solicitud con todos los programas.
Marque esta casilla si no es necesario o si
usted no tiene un Número de Seguro Social
*Miembro adulto de la familia con Seguro Social
(Últimos 4 dígitos)
(No agregue a los estudiantes dos veces)
nombres que figuran en las partes 1 y 4
TOTAL DE MIEMBROS
DEL HOGAR. Agregue los
Nombre:
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Fecha de Nacimiento
M M
Lista de todos los ingresos brutos actuales y comprobar la frecuencia con que se recibe.
Suplemento de Asistencia Nutricional del Programa (SNAP) / Alimentos de Distribución en
Reservaciones Indígenas (FDPIR) Proporcionar el nombre y número de caso para la persona que
recibe los beneficios. (Escriba el nombre y número y pase a la parte 7)
Nombre
INCLUIR TODAS LOS ESTUDIANTES QUE ASISTEN A LAS ESCUELAS DEL ST VRAIN VALLEY
Número de estudiante
LISTA DE TODOS LOS MIEMBROS DEL HOGAR QUE NO FIGURAN
ARRIBA Y ESTUDIANTES CON INGRESOS
Nino en hogar
sustituto
St. Vrain Valley School District
(Esto sólo podrá utilizarse si participa en los programas federales de nutrición infantil). COMPLETAR UNA SOLICITUD POR HOGAR. USAR TINTA NEGRA.
7.5
MEMORANDUM
DATE:
October 14, 2015
TO:
Board of Education
FROM:
Dr. Don Haddad, Superintendent of Schools
SUBJECT:
First Reading, Adoption, Board Exhibit JFABB-E – Admission of NonImmigrant Foreign Exchange Students
RECOMMENDATION
That the Board of Education approves the revisions made to Board Exhibit JFABB-E –
Admission of Non-Immigrant Foreign Exchange Students.
BACKGROUND
Procedures shall be developed for inclusion or exclusion of organizations based on the
performance of each organization with foreign exchange students. Board Exhibit
JFABB-E – Admission of Non-Immigrant Foreign Exchange Students lists those
organizations eligible to accept those students, and are listed as “approved” or
“probationary status”.
Per Board Regulation JFABB-R – Admission of Non-Immigrant Foreign Exchange
Students, “Any approved organization that has not done a good job facilitating a positive
experience for the foreign exchange student will be placed back on the probationary list
upon the request of one high school principal.”
The Aspect Foundation has demonstrated an occurrence of not being a positive
experience for the students that have been placed in their organization. Therefore, by
Board policy, they must be placed back into probationary status for the next school
year.
Should this organization demonstrate its abilities to serve high school students placed in
their care in a positive manner in that year, it could be reinstated into approved status.
Should they not be evaluated in that year as a positive influence to students placed in
their care, they could be excluded from the list entirely.
File: JFABB-E
Admission of Non-immigrant Foreign Exchange Students
The current list of approved organizations for placing students in the St. Vrain Valley
high schools is as follows:
1.
American Cultural Exchange Service
2.
AFS (American Field Service)
3.
Adventures in Real Communication
4.
American Institute for Foreign Study
5.
American Intercultural Student Exchange
6.
Amicus International Student Exchange
7.
American International Youth Student Exchange Program (AIYSEP)
8.
Aspect Foundation
9.
ASSE International Student Exchange (formerly American Scandinavian
Student Exchange)
10. AYUSA International
11. Center for Cultural Interchange
12. Chino Exchange (Center for International Training)
13. Council for Educational Travel USA
14. Council on International Educational Exchanges
15. Cultural Homestay International
16. Education, Travel and Culture
17. Educational Merit Foundation
18. EF (Educational Foundation for Foreign Study)
19. Face the World
20. Global Insights
21. International Educational Forum
22. International Experience
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File: JFABB-E
23. International Student Exchange
24. NW Services Peace Program
25. Pacific Intercultural Exchange
26. Program of Academic Exchange (PAX)
27. Rotary International
28. Southern Cross Cultural Center (International Hospitality Center)
29. Swedish-American Field Service
30. The Learning and Achievement Foundation (LAAF)
31. World Heritage International Student Exchange Program
32. Youth for Understanding
Organizations approved on probationary status for the 2015-2016 school year
include:
1.
American Councils for International Education
2.
Aspect Foundation
3.
Exchange Service International
4.
International Cultural Exchange Services
5.
World Heritage Student Exchange
Issued: September 28, 1994
Revised: August 13, 1997
Revised: January 13, 1999
Revised: March 8, 2000
Revised: May 9, 2001
Revised: February 26, 2003
Revised: February 11, 2004
Revised: February 9, 2005
Revised: March 8, 2006
Revised: June 13, 2007
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Revised: September 24, 2008
Revised: August 11, 2010
Revised: June 8, 2011
Revised: October 10, 2012
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Revised: March 25, 2015
Revised: June 24, 2015
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7.6
MEMORANDUM
DATE:
October 14, 2015
TO:
Board of Education
FROM:
Dr. Don Haddad, Superintendent of Schools
SUBJECT:
Approval of Change Order – Security & CCTV Systems Project
RECOMMENDATION
That the Board of Education approve Change Order #1 to the contract with HSS, Inc.,
for $921,622 for a new total contract amount not-to-exceed $1,415,784 which includes a
10% contingency, and authorize Brian Lamer, Assistant Superintendent of Operations,
to sign contract documents and initiate scope changes in accordance with Board of
Education policy.
BACKGROUND
The contract award to HSS, Inc., was approved June 24, 2015 for an amount not-toexceed $402,000 for security cameras at the middle schools per Bid #2015-072.
Change Order #1 includes additional cameras, equipment, software, licensing, &
installation of security & CCTV systems at District sites to enhance student and staff
safety.
Funding for the expanded scope of the project is available in the 2008 Bond program
and the Capital Reserve Fund.
7.7
MEMORANDUM
DATE:
October 14, 2015
TO:
Board of Education
FROM:
Dr. Don Haddad, Superintendent of Schools
SUBJECT:
Approval of Change Orders – Cabling Services Project
RECOMMENDATION
That the Board of Education approve Change Orders #1 through 7 to the contract with
American Datapath, Inc., for a new total contract amount not-to-exceed $265,240 for the
Cabling Services Project. Further, that the Board authorize Brian Lamer, Assistant
Superintendent of Operations, to sign contract documents and initiate scope changes in
accordance with Board of Education policy.
BACKGROUND
The contract with American Datapath, Inc., was approved March 11, 2015 to provide
updated cabling at Lyons Elementary, Legacy Elementary, Columbine Elementary, the
Main Street Building and the Career Development Center to work with the District’s
change to Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP). Change Orders #1 through #7 include
additional work at the Innovation Center, Westview Middle, Niwot High, Erie High,
Indian Peaks, and Rocky Mountain Elementary.
Funding for the project is available in the Capital Reserve Fund.
7.8
MEMORANDUM
DATE:
October 14, 2015
TO:
Board of Education
FROM:
Dr. Don Haddad, Superintendent of Schools
SUBJECT:
Approval of Change Order – Portable Classrooms Project
RECOMMENDATION
That the Board of Education approve Change Order #2 to the contract with Satellite
Shelters, Inc., for the Portable Classrooms Project for $386,768 for an additional four
portable classroom units, at $96,692 per portable unit, plus 5% contingency for a total
contract amount not-to-exceed $792,874, and further authorize Brian Lamer, Assistant
Superintendent of Operations, to sign change order documents and initiate scope
changes up to the approved amounts in accordance with Board of Education Policy
FEH, Supervision of Construction.
BACKGROUND
Four portable classrooms were purchased and installed in 2015 per Portable Classroom
Bid 2015-028. The additional four portable classrooms will be installed at locations
determined by District growth and building needs. Funding for the Portable Classrooms
bid is included in the Capital Reserve Fund.
7.9
MEMORANDUM
DATE:
October 14, 2015
TO:
Board of Education
FROM:
Robert J. Smith, President, Board of Education
SUBJECT:
Approval of Modification to Superintendent’s Restated Employment
Agreement
RECOMMENDATION
That the Board of Education approve the attached amendment to the Superintendent’s
Restated Employment Agreement to achieve consistency and avoid ambiguity.
BACKGROUND
The District is contractually obligated by the Superintendent’s Restated Employment
Agreement to provide a legal defense to the Superintendent for all legal claims that are
made against him arising out of any acts or omissions occurring during the performance
of his duties and within the scope of his employment. Paragraph 12.3 further provides
that the District may seek reimbursement of the costs of defense and the amounts of
any judgments against the Superintendent if it is determined that the acts or omissions
did not occur within the performance of his duties or were outside the scope of his
employment, or were found “willful and wanton”.
On September 23, 2015, the Board approved a Resolution Regarding the Defense and
Indemnification of its Directors and Employees, which includes the Superintendent.
To achieve consistency and to avoid any ambiguity, I recommend that the Board
approve a minor amendment to the Restated Employment Agreement to clarify that the
contractual obligations’ limitations may be modified on a case-by-case basis by a
Resolution approved by the Board.
THIRD ADDENDUM TO RESTATED EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT
1.
PARTIES.
The parties to this Third Addendum to Restated Employment Agreement
(“Addendum”) are: ST. VRAIN VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT RE-1J (“District”); and DONALD T.
HADDAD (“Employee”).
2. RECITALS AND PURPOSE. The parties have previously executed the 2013 Restated
Employment Agreement (herein “Agreement”) regarding the terms and conditions under
which Employee is employed as the District’s Superintendent of Schools, which Agreement
was further amended by two previous addenda. The parties desire to now further amend the
Agreement and desire to reduce such amendment and modification to writing as an
Addendum, as required by Paragraph 19 of the Agreement. Accordingly, in consideration of
the mutual covenants stated in the Agreement and in this Addendum, the parties hereby
stipulate and agree to the following.
3. PROFESSIONAL LIABILITY. Paragraph 12.3 (“Professional Liability; Reimbursement”) of the
Agreement is amended as follows, with new language shown by double underlines and
deletions shown by strikeout.
12.3 Reimbursement. In the event the District has provided a defense pursuant to
this paragraph 12, and a court or other decision making body having jurisdiction over
the matter determines that the act or omission of Employee that has resulted in
liability did not occur during the performance of his duties hereunder and within the
scope of his employment or that the act or omission was willful or wanton, except as
provided by a Board resolution expressly assuming responsibility for such costs and
expenses, Employee shall reimburse the District for all costs of such defense and any
final judgment paid on his behalf by the District.
4. RATIFICATION. All other provisions of the Agreement that are not amended or modified
herein remain in full force and effect, and are hereby ratified and affirmed by the parties.
Dated: October 14, 2015
ST. VRAIN VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT RE-1J
By:_______________________________
Robert J. Smith, Board President
Attest:
_____________________________
Debbie Lammers, Board Secretary
_______________________________
Donald T. Haddad, Employee
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8.1
MEMORANDUM
DATE:
October 14, 2015
TO:
Board of Education
FROM:
Dr. Don Haddad, Superintendent of Schools
SUBJECT:
Approval of Recommendation to Hire Dean of Students for Erie Middle
School
RECOMMENDATION
That the Board of Education approve the recommendation to hire Ms. Erin Brueggeman
as Dean of Students of Erie Middle School, effective September 30, 2015.
BACKGROUND
Ms. Brueggeman graduated from Colorado State University with a Bachelor of Science
in Consumer and Family Studies. She continued her education at the University of
Phoenix where she completed her Masters of Arts in Education, Administration and
Supervision.
Ms. Brueggeman previously worked at Erie High School where she taught a variety of
Consumer and Family Studies courses and served as the department head. She also
was very involved with student activities, and was the Student Government Advisor and
Head Cheer and Dance Coach. Prior to that, she taught Consumer and Family Studies
at Skyline High School, where she was also Head Girls Swim Coach.
SALARY
Annual salary will be according to schedule.
8.2
MEMORANDUM
DATE:
October 14, 2015
TO:
Board of Education
FROM:
Dr. Don Haddad, Superintendent of Schools
SUBJECT:
Approval of Accreditation Recommendations for District Schools
RECOMMENDATION
That the Board of Education approves the accreditation recommendations for schools
within the St. Vrain Valley School District.
BACKGROUND
The District Accountability/Accreditation Committee is made up of parents and
community members, an elementary principal, a secondary principal, and a teacher.
Diane Lauer works with the Committee as a liaison from the District. The Committee
met on September 8, 2015, to review the performance of the District’s schools. As a
result of the meeting, the Committee recommends the following accreditation status for
schools.
The Committee follows the guidelines of SB 09-163 to recommend accreditation levels
for schools and uses Colorado Department of Education’s (CDE) School Performance
Frameworks to identify accreditation levels of schools. The framework considers the
following data areas to determine school accreditation levels; Academic Achievement,
Academic Growth, Academic Growth Gaps, and Postsecondary and Workforce
Readiness. Olde Columbine High School is a CDE-approved alternative campus and
uses different assessment data for their framework calculations. APEX Home School
Enrichment Program is a nontraditional school and does not have the same state
assessment data as other schools. With the passage of House Bill 15-1323, all schools
will continue to implement the plan type that they were assigned in the fall of 2014
during the 2015-16 school year, and accreditation level recommendations also remain
the same.
The Committee recommends District Learning Services’ personnel meet with schools
that are accredited with an improvement, priority improvement, or turnaround plan. At
those meetings, schools are asked to answer questions about their current
performance, plans to improve that performance, for any additional data that the school
might have collected, and what support needs to be provided by the District. The
Committee may also request to meet with schools and/or District Learning Services to
discuss school improvement plans.
Accreditation Levels: (Based upon Percent of Framework Points)
Level
Elem/Middle Cut Pts.
High Sch. Cut Pts.
Accredited with Distinction
Accredited
Accredited with Improvement Plan
Accredited with Priority Improvement Plan
Accredited with Turnaround Plan
Not Accredited
at or above 80%
59% - below 80%
47% - below 59%
37% - below 47%
below 37%
at or above 80%
60% - below 80%
47% - below 60%
33% - below 47%
below 33%
Recommendation
As a result of the above process, the following recommendations are made.
Accredited with Distinction (Performance Plan)
Altona Middle
Flagstaff Charter Academy
Aspen Ridge Preparatory
Lyons Middle/Senior
Black Rock Elementary
Mead Middle
Blue Mountain Elementary
Niwot Elementary
Central Elementary
Niwot High School
Eagle Crest Elementary
Westview Middle
Erie Elementary
Accredited with Performance Plan
Apex Home School Enrichment Program
Alpine Elementary
Burlington Elementary
Carbon Valley Academy
Centennial Elementary
Erie High
Erie Middle
Fall River Elementary
Frederick High
Hygiene Elementary
Imagine Charter
Legacy Elementary
Longmont High
Longs Peak Middle
Accredited with Improvement Plan
Coal Ridge Middle
Columbine Elementary
Indian Peaks Elementary
Longmont Estates Elementary
Lyons Elementary
Mead Elementary
Mead High
Prairie Ridge Elementary
Red Hawk Elementary
Rocky Mountain Elementary
Sanborn Elementary
Silver Creek High
Skyline High
St. Vrain Community Montessori
St. Vrain Online Global Academy
Spark! Discovery Preschool
Sunset Middle
Twin Peaks Charter
Mountain View Elementary
Thunder Valley K-8
Trail Ridge Middle
Accredited with Priority Improvement Plan
Olde Columbine High School
Timberline PK-8
Northridge Elementary
8.3
MEMORANDUM
DATE:
October 14, 2015
TO:
Board of Education
FROM:
Dr. Don Haddad, Superintendent of Schools
SUBJECT:
Adoption of Resolution Approving 2015-2016 District Employee
Membership in Colorado High School Activities Association (CHSAA)
RECOMMENDATION
That the Board of Education adopt a resolution approving 2015-2016 District employee
membership in CHSAA.
BACKGROUND
The Board of Education recognizes the services of the individuals listed in the resolution
to be within the scope of employment of school district personnel and within the
performance of such personnel’s duties as employees of the school district, as
members of the Board of Directors of the CHSAA or as a member of other CHSAA
committees, Legislative Council or interscholastic activity league committees under
CHSAA.
RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION
OF THE
ST. VRAIN VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT RE-1J
WHEREAS, the high schools of the District are members of the Colorado High School
Activities Association (CHSAA) and Northern, Tri-Valley and Mile High League pursuant
to resolutions adopted by this Board; and
WHEREAS, the CHSAA is an instrumentality of the public schools of the State of
Colorado serving the important governmental purpose of administering the
interscholastic activities of its members;
THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED THAT, service as a member of the Board of Directors
of the CHSAA or as a member of other CHSAA committees, Legislative Council or
interscholastic activity league committees under the auspices of CHSAA, is deemed to
be within the scope of employment of District personnel and within the performance of
such personnel’s duties as employees of the District. In particular, the Board of
Education recognizes the services of the following individuals to be within the scope of
this resolution for the 2015-2016 School Year:
Rob Berry
Marty Tonjes
Rob Johnson
Kathy Leiding
Chase McBride
Administration
Silver Creek
Niwot
Lyons
Niwot
Mike Green
Skyline
Richie Wildenhaus Erie
Ernie Derrera
Frederick
Music, Finance/Budget & Sportsmanship
Volleyball
Soccer & Steinmark Scholarship
Executive Board
Baseball Committee, Playoff Organization,
Baseball Seeding, Softball Pairing, Softball
State Tournament Seeding
Seeding Boys and Girls Soccer &
Sportsmanship
CLOC, Legislative Council & Softball Seeding
Swim/Dive/Wrestling
I certify that the foregoing resolution was duly adopted by the Board of Education of the
St. Vrain Valley School District RE-1J at a Regular Meeting on October 14, 2015.
________________________________
Robert J. Smith
President of the Board of Education
*Place on file in Local District. Do not submit to the CHSAA.
8.4
MEMORANDUM
DATE:
October 14, 2015
TO:
Board of Education
FROM:
Dr. Don Haddad, Superintendent of Schools
SUBJECT:
Adoption of Resolution Proclaiming Classified School Employees
Week, October 18-24, 2015
RECOMMENDATION
That the Board of Education approve a Resolution proclaiming October 18-24,
2015 as “Classified School Employees Week”.
BACKGROUND
Proclaiming this date as Classified School Employees Week will be helping to
promote public awareness of the importance of classified employees in the public
school system.
As much as any other group of employees, classified school employees are a
valued and integral part of the school system and their work is vital to the
success of children.
RESOLUTION
CLASSIFIED SCHOOL EMPLOYEES WEEK
October 18-24, 2015
WHEREAS, classified school employees are an essential part of the St. Vrain
Valley School District’s educational system; and
WHEREAS, classified employees are dedicated to assisting in the provisions of
safe schools for the students of this District; and
WHEREAS, the classified employees of our school district perform the daily
cleaning, maintenance and delivery of school property,
safely transport students, prepare and serve nourishing
meals, maintain records and reports, provide maintenance
and support in the field of technology, assist in classrooms
and school playgrounds, and perform a variety of other
tasks on behalf of our students; and
WHEREAS, we recognize the important role of classified school employees and
the invaluable services they provide to students;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the St. Vrain Valley School District
Board of Education proclaims October 18-24, 2015 as CLASSIFIED SCHOOL
EMPLOYEES WEEK in the school district and urges all parents, students, and
staff to join in saluting these dedicated men and women.
BOARD OF EDUCATION
John Ahrens
John Creighton
Debbie Lammers
Paula Peairs
Mike Schiers
Joie Siegrist
Bob Smith
SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
Don Haddad, Ed.D
8.5
MEMORANDUM
DATE:
October 14, 2015
TO:
Board of Education
FROM:
Dr. Don Haddad, Superintendent of Schools
SUBJECT: Approval of Purchase of Chromebooks and Management Licenses
RECOMMENDATION
That the Board of Education approve the purchase of Chromebooks and Management
Licenses for a net bid amount of $176,948.20 from Saitech, Inc.
BACKGROUND
The Purchasing Department issued Bid No. 2015-023 on September 23, 2015. Twenty
(20) responses were received on Wednesday, October 7, 2015.
Award is
recommended to the low responsive and responsible bidder, Saitech, Inc. Due to the
number of responses, the bid tabulation is attached for reference.
This purchase is to support increased instructional and assessment technology. The
funding for this purchase is from the General Fund. One thousand one hundred and
ninety six (1,196) Chromebooks and Management licenses will be purchased to support
these needs.
BID TABULATION SHEET
ITB 2016-023
Chromebooks and Management Licenses
October 7, 2015 2:00PM
Recommended for Award
Aprisa Technology
Noncollusion Affidavit
Signed Bid
NO SUBSTITUTIONS ALLOWED
Qualified Products
Line
Qty Unit Cost
Samsung 11" Chromebook 2 (XE500C12-K01US)
HP Chromebook 11 G4 (black) P0B79UT#ABA
1 Lenovo N21 Chromebook (80MG0000US)
1196 $ 172.48
Extended Cost
$
Brand Offered:
2
ACAD Google ChromeOS MGT LIC + Support, 3-Year
1196 $
CDI Computer Dealers Inc.
CDW-G
Computer Technology Link
CounterTrade Products Inc.
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
206,286.08
$
154.99
HP
24.88
TOTAL COST:
Brand Offered:
2
ACAD Google ChromeOS MGT LIC + Support, 3-Year
1196 $
$
29,756.48
$
236,042.56
$
24.75
24.25
Extended Cost
202,124.00
29,003.00
$
231,127.00
1196 $
TOTAL COST:
214,969.04
$
189.32
$
24.29
Extended Cost
204,516.00
$
24.00
31,096.00
$
235,612.00
$
180.00
$
215,280.00
$
171.79
$
LENOVO
$
28,704.00
$
234,416.00
$
26.00
205,460.84
HP
$
31,096.00
$
246,376.00
$
24.00
$
28,704.00
$
234,164.84
Global Gov't/Education Solutions
GovConnection Inc.
H-Wire Tech Solutions
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Extended Cost
$
226,426.72
Extended Cost
Unit Cost
$
142.50
$
170,430.00
Extended Cost
Unit Cost
$
145.00
$
HP
$
29,050.84
$
255,477.56
$
25.50
173,420.00
$
210.90
HP
$
30,498.00
$
200,928.00
$
25.00
Extended Cost
Unit Cost
$
252,236.40
SAMSUNG
$
29,900.00
$
203,320.00
$
24.50
$
29,302.00
$
281,538.40
LiviaSoft Technologies LLC
Milestone Computer Technologies
Inc.
Promevo LLC
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Extended Cost
163.00
$
194,948.00
23.80
$
182.44
$
218,198.24
Extended Cost
Unit Cost
$
171.60
$
LENOVO
$
28,464.80
$
223,412.80
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Extended Cost
Unit Cost
LENOVO
$
$
Y
Y
Unit Cost
$
205,712.00
Hypertec USA Inc.
HP
26.00
$
Extended Cost
Unit Cost
En Pointe
Y
Y
$
172.00
HP
$
Brand Offered:
ACAD Google ChromeOS MGT LIC + Support, 3-Year
$
Unit Cost
Howard Technology Solutions
Noncollusion Affidavit
Signed Bid
NO SUBSTITUTIONS ALLOWED
Qualified Products
Line
Qty Unit Cost
Samsung 11" Chromebook 2 (XE500C12-K01US)
HP Chromebook 11 G4 (black) P0B79UT#ABA
1 Lenovo N21 Chromebook (80MG0000US)
1196 $ 171.00
$
Extended Cost
Unit Cost
SAMSUNG
29,601.00
Y
Y
$
185,368.04
$
LENOVO
TOTAL COST:
2
$
Extended Cost
Unit Cost
LENOVO
DHE Computer Systems LLC
Noncollusion Affidavit
Signed Bid
NO SUBSTITUTIONS ALLOWED
Qualified Products
Line
Qty Unit Cost
Samsung 11" Chromebook 2 (XE500C12-K01US)
HP Chromebook 11 G4 (black) P0B79UT#ABA
1 Lenovo N21 Chromebook (80MG0000US)
1196 $ 169.00
Extended Cost
Unit Cost
$
24.96
$
205,233.60
$
158.50
HP
29,852.16
$
248,050.40
Vendor extened cost incorrect. Unit cost prevails. $
29.00
Extended Cost
Unit Cost
$
189,566.00
LENOVO
$
34,684.00
$
239,917.60
$
23.99
$
28,692.04
$
218,258.04
Quality Controls
Noncollusion Affidavit
Signed Bid
NO SUBSTITUTIONS ALLOWED
Line
Qty Unit Cost
Qualified Products
Samsung 11" Chromebook 2 (XE500C12-K01US)
HP Chromebook 11 G4 (black) P0B79UT#ABA
1 Lenovo N21 Chromebook (80MG0000US)
1196 $ 179.00
Brand Offered:
2
ACAD Google ChromeOS MGT LIC + Support, 3-Year
1196 $
TOTAL COST:
Riverside Technologies Inc.
Saitech Inc.
SDF Professional Computer Inc.
Twotrees Technologies
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Extended Cost
$
214,084.00
Extended Cost
Unit Cost
$
159.00
$
LENOVO
26.50
190,164.00
$
124.00
HP
$
31,694.00
$
245,778.00
$
24.00
$
148,304.00
28,704.00
$
218,868.00
$
23.95
Extended Cost
Unit Cost
$
125.00
LENOVO
$
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Extended Cost
Unit Cost
$
149,500.00
$
130.00
LENOVO
$
28,644.20
$
176,948.20
$
23.00
Extended Cost
Unit Cost
$
155,480.00
LENOVO
$
27,508.00
$
177,008.00
$
25.00
$
29,900.00
$
185,380.00
9.1
MEMORANDUM
DATE:
October 14, 2015
TO:
Board of Education
FROM:
Dr. Don Haddad, Superintendent of Schools
SUBJECT:
School Counselors and Interventionist Update
PURPOSE
To provide the Board of Education with an update on the School Counselors and
Interventionist programming in the District.
BACKGROUND
Connie Syferd, Assistant Superintendent for Student Achievement, will be present to
provide a verbal report and answer questions.

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