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Regular Meeting
Davis Joint USD
February 02, 2017 6:00PM
Closed Session - 6:00 p.m., South Conference Room, 526 B Street; Open Session - 7:00 p.m., Community Chambers, 23 Russell Boulevard Davis, CA 95616

Mission Statement:
The mission of Davis Joint Unified School District, a leading center of educational innovation, is to ignite a love of learning and equip each student with the knowledge, skills, character, and well-being to thrive and contribute to an evolving and increasingly-connected world, through a system characterized by: - Optimal conditions and environments for all students to learn - A team of talented, resourceful, and caring staff - Transforming teaching, learning, and operations in our continuing pursuit of excellence - Resourceful, transparent, and responsible fiscal planning, - A diverse and inclusive culture
I. CALL TO ORDER
II. CLOSED SESSION (Note location at top of agenda)
II.a. Discussion and Possible Action on Personnel Listed on the Consent Calendar for Personnel Employment/Status/ActionsConfidential agenda item.
II.b. Conference with Agency Negotiator, Matt Best, Regarding Collective Bargaining: DTA and CSEAConfidential agenda item.
III. INTRODUCTORY ITEMS
III.a. Open Session Call to Order (Note location at top of agenda)
Quick Summary / Abstract:
It is anticipated the Board will reconvene in open session at 7:00 p.m.
III.b. Patriotic Observance
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Board Member Tom Adams will lead those attending the meeting in a patriotic observance.
III.c. Roll Call
III.d. Announcement of any Decisions Made in Closed Session
III.e. Approval of Agenda
IV. ANNOUNCEMENTS
IV.a. Superintendent's Communications
IV.b. DTA Communications
IV.c. CSEA Communications
IV.d. Announcements from Board Members/Board Liaisons
IV.e. Student Board Representative Announcements
V. PUBLIC COMMENT
Quick Summary / Abstract:

In the interest of conducting the business of public education in a timely manner, there is a two or three-minute limit per individual speaker which, at the discretion of the board president, may be modified depending on the number of speakers.  A maximum of thirty (30) minutes for the comment period may be imposed.

In order to maintain a respectful public forum, members of the audience will please limit applause to occasions of student performance, employee recognition, and significant community contributions which are celebrated by everyone present.

During this public comment period, the law does not allow the Board of Education to take action on any item not explicitly posted on the agenda in advance.  However, Board members may ask for clarification, refer concerns to staff, and/or request that an item be placed on a future agenda. 

VI. CONSENT CALENDAR
VI.a. Approve Certificated Personnel Report No. 12-17
Recommended Motion:

Certificated Personnel Report No. 12-17 covers 1 Employment, 1 Temporary Employment, 2 Temporary Employments, 4 Temporary FTE Increases, 3 Leaves of Absence, 1 Promotion, 1 Return from Leave of Absence,  2 Coaching Variable Services Agreements and possible addendum covering 5 Coaching Variable Services Agreements.


Rationale:
The personnel actions requested in this report are essential to meet the goals and mission of the Davis Joint Unified School District. 

 
Financial Impact:
The personnel actions are budgeted for in the Davis Joint Unified School District Adopted Budget or expressly approved by the Board of Education in open session. 

Attachments:
Certificated Personnel Report 12-17
VI.b. Approve Classified Personnel Report No. 12-17
Recommended Motion:

Classified Personnel Report No. 12-17 covers 4 Employments, 2 FTE Increases, 2 Resignations, 1 Promotion, 25 Coaching Variable Services Agreements and possible addendum covering 20 Coaching Variable Services Agreements.



Rationale:
The personnel actions requested in this report are essential to meet the goals and mission of the Davis Joint Unified School District. 

 
Financial Impact:
The personnel actions are budgeted for in the Davis Joint Unified School District Adopted Budget or expressly approved by the Board of Education in open session. 

Attachments:
Classified Personnel Report 12-17
VI.c. Approval of MinutesWas edited within 72 hours of the Meeting
Recommended Motion:
Approve the minutes of November 17, 2016, December 15, 2016 and January 19, 2017.
Attachments:
Minutes - December 15, 2016
Minutes - January 19, 2017
Minutes - November 17, 2016
VI.d. Approve Amendments to Board Policies and Board Bylaws
Recommended Motion:
Accept the proposed Board Bylaw amendments as a first reading, waive the second reading, and approve the revised Board Policies and Bylaws as presented. 
Rationale:

CSBA, through its Board Policy service, prepares comprehensive updates to insure compliance with statutory changes and/or provide clarity to existing policies.  By following CSBA guidelines, the District's Policies, Procedures and Bylaws incorporate the most up to date local/federal mandates and laws.  The Board Policies and Bylaws listed below have been reviewed by the Board Policy Subcommittee, staff, and/or the superintendent and are recommended for Board approval. 

 
Attachments:
BB 9140 Board Representatives
BB 9220 Governing Board Elections
BB 9320 Meetings and Notices
BP 1312.3 Uniform Complaint
BP 1400 Relations Between Gov Agencies and Schools
BP 5111 Admission
BP 5131 Conduct
BP 5131.2 Bullying
BP 5131.6 Alcohol & Other Drugs
BP 5141.33 Head Lice
BP 5145.11 Questioning and Apprehension
BP 5145.12 Search and Seizure
BP 5145.2 Freedom of Speech and Expression
BP 6146.1 High School Graduation Requirements
BP 6148 Continuation Education
VI.e. Recommendation to Approve Appointment to Yolo County Advisory Committee
Recommended Motion:
Approve the recommendation to appoint Kate Tweddale, parent, to serve as a Davis Joint Unified School District representative for the Yolo County Community Advisory Committee, for a two-year term.
Rationale:

The Yolo County Governance of Special Education specifies that the Davis Board of Education appoint representatives to the Yolo County Community Advisory Committee, CAC.  The appointments are for a period of two years.

After discussion and recruitment with the Superintendent's Advisory Committee on Special Education and the Special Education Teachers of the District, one person was willing to commit to representing the District on the CAC.

Kate Tweddale will contribute to the committee by providing insight and perspective as a parent of a student with exceptional needs.

 
Financial Impact:
No financial impact to the District.
VI.f. School-Connected Organizations Authorization Form
Recommended Motion:
Approve the School-Connected Organization Authorization Form as presented.

Rationale:
Pursuant to Board Policy 1230 on School-Connected Organizations, any organization that desires to raise money to benefit district students shall submit to the Board a request for authorization as a school-connected organization.  The School-Connected Form is attached for review and approval.

 
Attachments:
a. School Connected Authorization Form - Korematsu Elementary PTO
b. School Connected Authorization Forms Submitted 2016-17
c. School Connected Authorization Forms Outstanding 2016-17
VI.g. Accept Bid and Approve Awarding the Contract for Installing Four Pre-manufactured Metal Storage Buildings – Davis High School and Operations Yard (PN 16-30/12)Was edited within 72 hours of the Meeting
Recommended Motion:

Staff recommendations will be available following the Bid Opening on January 30, 2017.

Updated January 31, 2017:

Accept the bid of Plummer Built, Inc. for Installing four pre-manufactured metal storage buildings at Davis High School and the Operations Yard (PN 16-30/12) and award the contract to Plummer Built, Inc. in the amount of $533,000.

Rationale:

The work associated with the installation of four pre-manufactured metal storage buildings at Davis High School and  the District's Operations Center includes the removal/relocation of various temporary storage buildings and the site preparation, foundations, minor electrical for four pre-manufactured metal structures. Project plans and specifications were prepared by Synthesis Partners, Inc.

A Notice Inviting Bids for the project was published on December 25, 2016 and January 3, 2017 with a bid submittal deadline of January 30, 2017 at 2:30 PM, at which time bids will be opened.  Following the bid opening, staff will review proposals for conformance and bid requirements to determine the most responsive low-bidder.  Information will be available no later than Wednesday, January 31.

Update January 31, 2017:

A total of (3) three prospective bidders attended the Non-mandatory pre-bid walk through conducted on January 3, 2017. The District received a total of (3) three bids at the bid opening with the all bids evaluated for conformance with the bid requirements. The District utilized the “Blind Bid Format” to evaluate the bids received for two separate locations (Davis High School and District Operations Yard). After a review of all proposals, the bid submitted by Plummer Built, Inc., of $533,000 (includes a $40,000 Owners Allowance for contingency) was determined to be the lowest price for both bid items. The established engineer’s estimate for the project was between $750K-$820K.

The District is committed to providing safe and healthy facilities for optimal learning conditions. This commitment is included in the District’s Strategic Plan (Strategy 2) and the Local Control Accountability Plan (Goal 2).  Legal counsel has reviewed and approved all pertinent procurement documentation.


 
Financial Impact:

Fiscal Impact will be available following the bid opening. 

Updated January 31, 2017:

This project will have no fiscal impact to the General Fund. This project is to be funded under the District’s Deferred Maintenance program, paid for by the COP’s borrowing for restricted facilities funds specifically for this project scope of work. Total Project Award value is $533,000 for Base bid price (Bid Items #1 & #2) which includes a project contingency of $40,000.   

Attachments:
1. Bid Summary
2. Bid Form from Rua & Sons Mechanical
3. Award Agreement Form
4. Site Plans - Davis High and Harper Junior High
VI.h. Accept Bid and Approve Awarding the Contract for Re-Roofing Davis High School Building O and Harper Jr. High School (Mechanical Wells) – (PN 16-33)Was edited within 72 hours of the Meeting
Recommended Motion:

Staff recommendations will be available following the Bid Opening on January 30, 2017. 

Updated January 31, 2017:

Accept the bid of Rua & Sons Mechanical (RSM ) for re-roofing Building O at Davis High School and Harper Junior High School (Mech. Wells) - PN 16-33 and award the contract to Rua & Sons Mechanical  in the amount of $ 445,662.


Rationale:

The work associated with the re-roofing of Building O at Davis High School and Harper Jr. High School mechanical wells includes removal of the existing roofing materials and installation of a new 45 mil TREMCO single-ply membrane roof. Work is required to address long standing leaks and re-configuration of roof slopes for Building O at Davis High School to support the new All Student Center project.

A Notice Inviting Bids for the project was published on December 25, 2016 and January 1, 2017 for base bid with a bid submittal deadline of January 30, 2017 at 2:00 PM, at which time bids will be opened.  Following the bid opening, staff will review proposals for conformance and bid requirements to determine the most responsible low-bidder.  Information will be available no later than Wednesday, January 31.

Updated January 31, 2017:

A total of (13) thirteen prospective bidders attended the mandatory pre-bid walk through conducted on January 3, 2017. The District received a total of seven bid proposals with the all bids evaluated for conformance with the bid requirements. The District utilized the “Blind Bid Format” to evaluate the bids received for two separate locations (Davis High School and Harper Jr. High School). After a review of all proposals, the bid submitted by Rua & Sons Mechanical of $445,662 (which includes a $40,000 Owners Allowance for contingency) was determined to be the lowest price for both locations. The established engineer’s estimate for the project was between $600K - $700K.

The District is committed to providing safe and healthy facilities for optimal learning conditions. This commitment is included in the District’s Strategic Plan (Strategy 2) and the Local Control Accountability Plan (Goal 2).  Legal counsel has reviewed and approved all pertinent procurement documentation.


 
Financial Impact:

Fiscal Impact will be available following the bid opening. 

Updated January 31, 2017:

This project will have no fiscal impact to the General Fund. This project is to be funded under the District’s Deferred Maintenance program, paid for by the COP’s borrowing for restricted facilities funds specifically for this project scope of work. Total Project Award value is $445,662 for Total Base bid price (#1 Davis High School Bldg. O and #2 Harper Junior High School  Mechanical Wells) which includes a project contingency of $40,000.   


Attachments:
1. Agreement
2. Bid
3. Bid Summary
4. Site Plan - DHS
5. Site Plan - Harper
VI.i. Accept Bid and Approve Awarding Contract for 2016 Deferred Maintenance - Play Structure Fall Protection Surface Replacement Project (PN 16-31)
Recommended Motion:

Accept the bid of Alaniz Construction, Inc. for the 2016 Deferred Maintenance – Play Structure Fall Protection Surface Replacement Project as specified in the District’s Project No. 16-31 located at Birch Lane, Montgomery, Pioneer, Willett and Patwin Elementary Schools and award the contract to Alaniz Construction, Inc in the amount of $569,493.


Rationale:

The work associated with the Play Structure Fall Protection Surface Project at five District sites includes the removal and disposal of existing poured-in-place rubber surface materials and the replacement of a total of 16,800 square feet of new SofTile KrosLOCK Durasafe fall protection surface materials. The scope of work also includes grading the subsurface base materials to conform to the required ADA slopes for access to all existing play apparatus equipment. This project will restore all fall-protection surfaces to a uniform safety condition and extend the service life of these play areas.

A Notice Inviting Bids for the project was published on December 18 and 25, 2016 for base bid with a bid submittal deadline of January 19, 2017.  A total of three prospective bidders attended the mandatory pre-bid walk-through conducted on December 28, 2016. The District received one bid at the bid opening with this bid evaluated for conformance with the bid requirements. 

In a review of the proposal received, the bid proposal submitted by Alaniz Construction, Inc. with a Base Bid value of $544,493 was deemed the apparent and responsive low bidder.  The established engineer’s estimate for the project was approximately $465,000.  Due to current contractor availability for this type of work, staff recommends awarding this project to Alaniz Construction, Inc. as opposed to re-advertising this project which may jeopardize overall project cost and student safety. 

The District is committed to providing safe and healthy facilities for optimal learning conditions. This commitment is included in the District’s Strategic Plan (Strategy 2) and the Local Control Accountability Plan (Goal 2).  Legal counsel has reviewed and approved all pertinent procurement documentation.

 
Financial Impact:

This project will have no fiscal impact to the General Fund. It is to be funded under the District’s Deferred Maintenance program, paid for by the COP’s borrowing for restricted facilities funds specifically for this project scope of work.

The Total Project Award value is $569,493 for Base bid price which includes a project contingency of $25,000.   


Attachments:
a. Bid Summary
b. Bid Form from Alaniz Construction, Inc.
c. District's Award Agreement Form
d. SofTILE Cost Comparison Analysis
VI.j. Ratification of Contracts and Agreements
Recommended Motion:
Ratify the contracts and agreements as presented.

Rationale:
Pursuant to Board Policy 3312 and California Education Code, all contracts and agreements need to be approved and ratified by the Board of Education.  The current contracts which are being presented to the Board are listed in the Attachment section below.

 
Financial Impact:
All items are budgeted in their respective department/program approved budget plans. The cost of each individual item is posted in attachments.

Attachments:
a. All West Coachlines Agreement- Birch Lane Elementary
b. All West Coachlines Agreement - Harper Jr. High
c. Mindy Manville Professional Services Agreement
d. Orit Kalman Professional Services Agreement
e. ProQuest Agreement
f. Sacramento COE MOU Amendment
g. The Lodge @ Odd Fellows Agreement
h. Silverado Stages Agreement
i. Six Flags Discovery Kingdom Agreement
j. Washington Unified School District Agreement
k. Gale Group, Inc. Agreement
l. Partners in Learning, Inc. Agreement
m. B Street Theatre Professional Services Agreement
n. Document Tracking Services Agreement
o. Nugget Market, Inc. Agreement - Boys' Water Polo
p. Nugget Market, Inc. Agreement - Girls' Water Polo
q. Nugget Market, Inc. Agreement - Swim Team
r. University of Phoenix Agreement
s. Read Live, Inc. Agreement
VI.k. Acceptance of Gifts
Recommended Motion:

Accept the gifts totaling $6,615 for this period presented for use in the District’s programs.


Rationale:

The Board of Education gratefully accepts donations totaling $6,615, which have been received by the District since the January 19, 2017 Board of Education meeting.  A summary amount of gifts received is included in the Board packet.



 
Financial Impact:
The amount of the cash gifts will be a budget revision for the Board-approved budget under local grants and donations.

Attachments:
February 2016-2017 Gift Report
VII. PRESENTATION/DISCUSSION/ACTION
VII.a. Resolution No. 37-17 - We All Belong: Safe and Welcoming Schools
Recommended Motion:

Discuss and adopt the resolution entitled: We All Belong: Safe and Welcoming Schools for All We All Belong: Safe and Welcoming Schools for All

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Rationale:

Over the last month, the Davis Joint Unified School District has communicated with parents, staff and the community its commitment to ensuring that school remains a safe place for all students and families, regardless of their immigration status, race, color, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, age, religion, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or gender expression.  

In order to reaffirm district values and provide a clear and transparent statement of our principles, staff has crafted the We All Belong: Safe and Welcoming Schools for All resolution for adoption by the Board of Education. In preparation for this item, staff researched resolutions in other K-12 school districts, consulted with legal counsel and gathered input from school leaders, parents and community members in a variety ways, including the recent community forum dedicated to this purpose.

The We All Belong: Safe and Welcoming Schools for All resolution highlights and builds upon DJUSD's long history of inclusion, celebration of diversity, prioritization of school climate and social and emotional well-being for students.




 
Attachments:
Resolution 37-17 - We All Belong: Safe and Welcoming Schools for All
VII.b. Public Hearing: Collective Bargaining Sunshine Proposal from the Davis Joint Unified School District to the Davis Teachers' Association for the 2017-18 School Year
Recommended Motion:

Conduct a public hearing to allow the public to comment on the District's Collective Bargaining Sunshine Proposal to the Davis Teachers' Association.


Rationale:

The Rodda Act provides that the public has a right to know what is being negotiated and also have an opportunity to comment on the proposal before it is negotiated.

The District Proposal was "sunshined" at the January 19, 2017 Board meeting and has been available to the public through the Personnel Services office.


 
Attachments:
DJUSD-DTA Sunshine Proposal 2017-18
VII.c. Public Hearing: Collective Bargaining Sunshine Proposal from the Davis Teachers Association to the Davis Joint Unified School District for the 2017-18 School Year
Recommended Motion:

Conduct a public hearing to allow the public to comment on the Collective Bargaining Sunshine Proposal from the Davis Teachers Association to the Davis Joint Unified School District.


Rationale:

The Rodda Act provides that the public has a right to know what is being negotiated and also have an opportunity to comment on the proposal before it is negotiated.

The DTA Proposal was "sunshined" at the January 19, 2017 Board meeting and has been available to the public through the Personnel Services office.

 
Attachments:
DJUSD-DTA Sunshine Proposal 2017-18
VII.d. Annual Parcel Tax Oversight Committee Report
Recommended Motion:
Receive report.

Rationale:

The attached Citizens Parcel Tax Oversight Committee report finds that the committee has verified the parcel tax fund expenditures are in compliance with the language of the ballot text. 

DJUSD is committed to accountability and transparency in all aspects of its financial accounting. While there is no legal requirement for a citizen oversight committee for parcel tax funds, parcel tax measures have explicitly stated the Board of Education will establish a process for independent citizen oversight. As such, a Citizens Parcel Tax Oversight Committee was commissioned to ensure that the local parcel tax funds are spent for their authorized purposes and to present its findings in a public report on an annual basis. Parcel tax revenue constitutes 11% of the DJUSD budget.

The Citizens Parcel Tax Oversight Committee’s report reviews the revenue and expenditures related to the parcel taxes. The committee reviewed the ballot text for Measures C and E for current fiscal year’s budget verifying positions and expenditures by categories. The reconciliation between the financial system and the parcel tax report is included as verification of the monitoring being done by the Oversight Committee.

Since 1984, Davis has had a tradition of investment in education through the passage of local parcel taxes; an investment that is the reflection of the Davis community’s values. The local investment in DJUSD educational parcel taxes has helped to preserve excellence in Davis schools. Funds from these measures support student programs for teaching and learning including: classroom programs in math, science, English, elective courses, class size reduction and music, student support programs including librarians, nurses, counselors, school technology, site safety and reading specialists, and other student programs such as athletics, drama and student nutrition.  

 
Financial Impact:

No financial impact.


Attachments:
Board Policy 1221 Citizens Oversight Committee for Parcel Taxes
Parcel Tax Measures 2017 Report
VII.e. Acceptance of District Audit Report
Recommended Motion:
Accept the audit report as presented.

Rationale:

Pursuant to Education Code 41020, school districts are required to submit an independent external audit in accordance with State and Federal audit guidelines. 

The district's 2015-2016 fiscal year audit was conducted by Crowe Horwath LLP.  A copy of the audit is available for review in the Business Services Office. 

Crowe Horwath LLP in their management letter evaluated the reasonableness of accounting estimates in relationship to the financial statements taken as a whole and concluded that management’s approach to these estimation processes is reasonable. The auditors did not identify any significant or unusual transactions. The audit was conducted in accordance with auditing standards generally accepted in the United States of America and Government Auditing Standards issues by the Comptroller General of the United States. In the auditors opinion, the financial statements of Davis Joint Unified School District present fairly, in all material respects, the respective financial position of the governmental activities, each major fund and the aggregate remaining fund information as of June 30, 2016, and the respective changes in financial position and cash flows. 

A representative from the audit firm of Crowe Horwath LLP, will review the audit with the Board.


 
Financial Impact:
No financial impact.

Attachments:
2015-2016 Audit Letter
2015-2016 Audit Report
VII.f. January Governor's Budget Update
Recommended Motion:

Receive report and discuss budget.



Rationale:

The official State Budget planning process for the next fiscal year starts with the January Governor’s Budget. This budget is used to start the district budget planning that will be included in the Second Interim Budget (March).  In May, there is a Governor’s Budget revision that will be used for the DJUSD 2017-2018 Adoption Budget.

The Governor's proposal includes minimal additional revenue to fund the new Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF). The Governor is projecting barely enough growth in the Proposition 98 guarantee to fund the small 1.48% cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) estimated for 2017-2018. This leaves no room for additional gap closure, so the funded level of the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) would remain at 96% for 2017-2018. As part of the new funding formula (LCFF), the districts are also required to develop a Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) concurrently with the budget.

For 2017-2018, the proposed budget contains net funding for LCFF growth that calculates to $1m (+1.2% per student) of possible on-going new funding next year. This is a dramatic reduction from the previous revenue LCFF projections issued from the State Department of Finance (+3.6% per student, $2.6m).

Some important things to know about the increased funding are:

  • The LCFF revenue funds all areas of district needs:
    • Employee Compensation
    • State Pension Cost Increases (STRS and PERS employer rates)
    • Inflation/Cost Increases
    • K-3 Class Size regulations and local teacher staffing
    • Deficit Spending Reduction
    • Services/Goals for Student Learning (LCAP)
    • Strategic Plan Goals

Our discussions during the budget planning cycle including the Local Control Accountability Plan and approved budget will need to address these needs while maintaining fiscal solvency.

The budget proposal includes other one-time program funding for a Mandated Cost Payment that is estimated at $370k. This can help mitigate the impact of some of the revenue drop for the 2017-2018 school year.

Staff will provide a summary report of the Governor's January budget and discuss possible impacts on DJUSD. 




 
Financial Impact:
Lower than anticipated revenue from the State Budget will have an impact on the DJUSD budget in 2017-2018 and beyond.




Attachments:
a. 2017 January State Budget Summary Update
b. FCMAT Fiscal Health Risk Analysis
c. FCMAT Indicators of Risk or Potential Insolvency
d. County Superintendent Memo - Review of First Interim Report
VIII. UPDATE ON TENTATIVE BOARD CALENDAR
Rationale:
The calendar is a fluid, working document used by the Board President and Superintendent in support of the Board conducting efficient and effective Board meetings. Changes in the date of future agenda items occur frequently to best fit Board items into the time parameters of Board meetings and District priorities.
 
Attachments:
Tentative Agenda Calendar
IX. DATE, TIME, AND PLACE OF NEXT SCHEDULED MEETING
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The next meeting of the Board of Education is scheduled for February 16, 2017. The Board will convene in open session, and immediately thereafter adjourn to closed session at 5:30 p.m. in the Susan B. Anthony Administration Building at 526 B Street, Davis, California. The Board will reconvene in open session at approximately 7:00 p.m. in the Community Chambers at 23 Russell Boulevard, Davis, California.
X. ADJOURNMENT
XI. COMPLIANCE INFORMATION
Quick Summary / Abstract:

In compliance with the Brown Act regulations, Penny Pyle legally posted this agenda on January 27, 2017.

In compliance with the American with Disabilities Act, if you need special assistance to access the Board meeting room or to otherwise participate during this meeting, including auxiliary aids or services, please contact the Superintendent's Office at (530) 757-5300 ext. 142. Notification at least 48 hours prior to the meeting will enable the District to make reasonable arrangements to ensure accessibility to the Board meeting.

The Board meeting will be televised live on cable television on DJUSD Education Channel 17. Streaming video of this meeting is also available at: DJUSD Board Meeting.

Agenda Packets are available for review at the Davis Joint Unified School District office, 526 B Street (530-757-5300 x 142); or online at https://davis.agendaonline.net/public/davis.

               


Published: January 27, 2017, 6:00 PM

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