The Pleasanton school board is set to consider another update to the Measure I1 Facilities Master Plan on Tuesday night.
The plan details how the $270 million from the Measure I1 school facilities bond, approved by voters in 2016, should be spent -- in five separate issuances. This will be the third time the plan has been presented to the board over the past few months, with the Board of Trustees having put forward proposed adjustments each time.
The final plan is expected to be up for approval June.
Trustees asked for one particular change at the April 10 board meeting: to include funding for the full scope of the VoIP phone/clock/bell/speaker system in Issuance B, which is scheduled for 2019. Previously, the full $6.7 million allocated for this category had been evenly divided between Issuance B and Issuance C, which is set for 2022.
In consideration of the board's request, staff has adjusted the issuance schedule so that the full amount for the VoIP system would be dispersed all at once.
The first issuance from the Measure I1 bond was in 2017, and Issuances D and E are scheduled for 2024 and 2027, respectively.
The open-session meeting is scheduled to begin 7 p.m. Tuesday at the district boardroom, 4665 Bernal Ave.
In other business
* A series of recognitions will take place Tuesday night, which is the last regular board meeting before graduations.
The board will honor students who were singled out for exhibiting the character trait of "integrity," valedictorians and salutatorians, student board members, Project Lead the Way Chevron Design Challenge awardees, the We the People teams from Amador Valley and Foothill high schools, and the alumni and mentors for the We the People teams.
* The board will hear an update on the district's Student Inter-Schools Action Council (SIAC), and a review of their work from the 2017-18 school year.
*Trustees will hear a report on the district's career technical education program (CTE) and the Tri-Valley Regional Occupational Program (TVROP). Along with an overview of the programs, presenters will discuss plans for the upcoming school year, spotlighting the new Mentoring through Agriculture program at Harvest Park Middle School.
* The board will hear the annual report from Pleasanton Partnerships In Education (PPIE), a nonprofit which raises funding for Pleasanton schools.
This past year, PPIE contributed $644,163 to the Pleasanton Unified School District, according to the organization, the largest portion of which ($240,000) was directed toward intervention specialist programs.
* The board will receive an update on Gov. Jerry Brown's May budget revision, which was released May 11. The administration will be attending the workshop on this revision on May 18 and May 22.
* The board will consider approving a bid for roof replacement at Amador Valley High School to Premium Roofing for a total of $297,000.
* The board will consider approving a resolution regarding the possible use of the Education Protection Account. Funds from the account are not additional funds from the state, staff notes, but rather are related to cash flow.
* Trustees will consider approving the new job description of coordinator I, business services.
* During a closed-session from 5-6:15 p.m., the board will continue the performance evaluation of Superintendent David Haglund and consider the appointments of a director of human resources and a director of student services.
Also during closed session, the board will confer on negotiations with the Association of Pleasanton Teachers and the California School Employees Association, and consider a compromise and release agreement regarding anticipated litigation.
Though these items will be discussed in private, community members are able to publicly comment on any closed session topics at the meeting's start at 5 p.m.
* From 6:15-6:45 p.m., the board will have dinner with student board members.