Regular Meeting
Davis Joint USD
June 20, 2019 5:00PM
Closed Session - 5:00 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
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.
II.c. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – EXISTING LITIGATION [Government Code Section 54956.9 (a)] Number of Cases (1 Case) Confidential agenda item.
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.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
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.a. Approve Certificated Personnel Report No. 22-19
Recommended Motion:

Certificated Personnel Report No. 22-19 covers 7 Conversions from Temporary to Probationary Status, 3 Employments, 1 Temporary Employment, 6 Temporary Release Rehire, 1 FTE Increase, 2 Temporary FTE Increases, 6 Partial Leaves of Absence, 3 Resignations, 1 Retirement and possible addendum covering 5 Employments, 5 Resignations, and 5 Retirements.

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. 

Certificated Personnel Report 22-19
Certificated Personnel Report No. 22-19 Addendum A
VI.b. Approve Classified Personnel Report No. 21-19
Recommended Motion:

Classified Personnel Report No. 21-19 covers 1 FTE Increase, 2 Promotions, 5 Resignations, 2 Partial Resignations, 1 Retirement and possible addendum covering 5 Employments, 5 Promotions, 5 Resignations, 5 Retirements and 10 Coaching Variable Services Agreements.

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. 

Classified Personnel Report 21-19
Classified Personnel Report No 21-19 Addendum A
VI.c. Approval of Minutes
03-07-19 Minutes
03-21-19 Minutes
04-04-19 Minutes
04-15-19 Minutes
VI.d. Quarterly Report on Williams Uniform Complaints
Recommended Motion:

Accept for information the quarterly report on Williams Uniform Complaints from the Davis Joint Unified School District staff.


The Williams Uniform Complaint requires that all school districts report to their governing board and to the County Offices of Education on a quarterly basis.  Ed Code 35186(d) states “A school district shall report summarized data on the nature and resolution of all complaints on a quarterly basis to the county superintendent of schools and the governing board of the school district.  The summaries shall be publicly reported on a quarterly basis at a regularly scheduled meeting of the governing board of the school district.  The report shall include the number of complaints by general subject area with the number of resolved and unresolved complaints.  The complaints and written responses shall be available as public records.”

The quarterly report is attached.  This form reflects only the required reporting elements.

Quarterly Report on Williams Uniform Complaints
VI.e. Annual Report for Alternative Schools - Davis School for Independent Studies
Recommended Motion:

Approve the Annual Report for Alternative Schools for Davis School for Independent Study.  


The California Department of Education asks that each district operating an alternative school shall annually evaluate such school. The evaluation shall include testing of basic skills for student participants, and must identify the variables which may have affected student academic achievement. The process of evaluation shall also include teacher, parent, and student input from the alternative school itself. These evaluation reports shall be sent to the State Superintendent of Public Instruction on or before August 1st of the following year and shall be annually reviewed by persons designated by the superintendent who are not employed by the district operating the alternative school under review.

Financial Impact:


Annual Report for Alternative Schools 2018-2019
Annual Report for Alternative Schools Signature Page
VI.f. Approve 2019-2020 School Plans for Student Achievement (SPSA)
Recommended Motion:

Approve 2019-2020 School Plans for Student Achievement (SPSA), which have been approved by each site's School Site Council. 


Schools that receive state and federal categorical funding through the Consolidated Application process must annually develop a School Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA). The purpose of the SPSA goals and actions are to “improve the academic performance of all students to the level of the performance goals.” 

The School Plan for Student Achievement involves a cycle of continuous development, implementation and monitoring.  The following steps are completed at the site level in the development of a school plan: 

1. Measure effectiveness of improvement strategies at the school; 
2. Seek input from school advisory committee; 
3. Reaffirm or revise school goals; 
4. Revise improvement strategies and expenditures; 
5. Recommend the approved Single Plan for Student Achievement to the governing board; and 
6. Monitor the implementation of the plan.

Once approved by the Board of Education, a copy of each school's SPSA will be available for review on the DJUSD website and in the Instructional Services Department at the District Office. The 2019-20 SPSAs have been approved for implementation by each site's School Site Council.

Financial Impact:

As described in each plan.

Birch Lane Elementary 2019-20 School Plan
César Chávez Elementary 2019-20 School Plan
Davis School for Independent Study 2019-20 School Plan
Davis Senior High 2019-20 School Plan
Emerson Junior High 2019-20 School Plan
Fairfield Elementary 2019-20 School Plan
Harper Junior High 2019-20 School Plan
Holmes Junior High 2019-20 School Plan
King High 2019-20 School Plan
Korematsu Elementary 2019-20 School Plan
Montgomery Elementary 2019-20 School Plan
North Davis Elementary 2019-20 School Plan
Patwin Elementary 2019-20 School Plan
Pioneer Elementary 2019-20 School Plan
Willett Elementary 2019-20 School Plan
VI.g. Approval of the Child Development Agency Annual Report for the State Preschool Program
Recommended Motion:
Approve the Child Development Agency Annual Report for Davis Joint Unified School District's California State Preschool Program (CSPP).

The Davis Joint Unified School District contracts with the California Department of Education, Child Development Division, to provide child development services pursuant to the California Education Code, California Administrative Code 22, Title 5, Title XX of the Social Security Act, Child Development Funding Terms and Conditions and other legal authorities.  The Agency Annual Report is required to be completed by contract.  It is due annually on June 1.  These reports are used to increase program quality for children and families, to measure the developmental progress of children, to identify program strengths, as well as areas that may need improvement and to document how areas targeted for improvement will be closed.
Financial Impact:

None at this time.

CSPP 9676
VI.h. Approve the Davis Schools Foundation Grant Agreement
Recommended Motion:
Approve the Davis Schools Foundation Grant Agreement as presented.


The Davis Schools Foundation continues to generously support important and needed programs in the DJUSD and will again fund instructional support at elementary school sites, counseling services and support for technology for student use in the 2019-20 school year. The combined total of the grant award is $60,000. 

Davis Schools Foundation Grant Agreement 2019-20
VI.i. Approve Amendments to Board Policies and Bylaws
Recommended Motion:

Accept the proposed Board Policy amendments as a first reading, waive the second reading, and approve the revised Board Policies as presented. 


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 Superintendent and are recommended for Board approval.

BB 9323.2 Actions by the Board
BB 9324 Minutes and Recordings
BP 0520.2 Title I Program Improvement Schools (DELETE)
BP 0420.4 Charter School Authorization
BP 0420.41 Charter School Oversight
BP 0520.3 Title I Program Improvement Districts (DELETE)
BP 1113 District and School Websites
BP 1114 District-Sponsored Social Media
BP 1312.1 Complaints Concerning District Employees
BP 1312.3 Uniform Complaint Procedures
BP 3100 Budget
BP 3260 Fees and Charges
BP 3510 Green School Operations
BP 3511 Energy and Water Management
BP 3515.4 Recovery for Property Loss or Damage
BP 3540 Transportation
BP 4030 Nondiscrimination in Employment
BP 4040 Employee Use of Technology
BP 4119.22, 4219.22, 4319.22 Dress and Grooming
BP 5117 Interdistrict Attendance
BP 5125.1 Release of Directory Information
BP 5127 Graduation Ceremonies and Activities
BP 5131.2 Bullying
BP 5132 Dress and Grooming
BP 6142.1 Sexual Health and HIV/AIDS Prevention Instruction
BP 6142.4 Service Learning/Community Service Classes
BP 6144 Controversial Issues
BP 6145.6 Visual and Performing Arts Education
Bp 6162.52 High School Exit Examinatin (DELETE)
BP 6163.1 Library Media Centers
BP 6173.2 Education of Children of Military Families
BP 6178.1 Work Based Learning
BP 6179 Supplemental Instruction
VI.j. Approve Resolution No. 47-19: Call to Climate Change Action, 2018- 19
Recommended Motion:
It is recommended that the Board of Education adopt Resolution No. 47-19:  Call to Climate Change Action 2019.

The Board of Education believes that all citizens have a responsibility to be stewards of the environment and recognizes the role of public education in  supporting environmental education and sustainability. Through this Resolution, the Board celebrates and promotes practices that conserve natural resources, reduce the impact of District operations on the environment, educate youth and and protect the health of students, staff, and community.

Resolution 47-19: Call to Climate Change Action, 2018- 19
VI.k. Redistricting Timeline
Recommended Motion:

Staff recommends the Board approve the draft timeline for redistricting 


Background:  At the District Board meeting held on May 16, 2019, the governing Board adopted a resolution of intention to transition the District’s governing Board member election method from an At-Large method to a By-Trustee area method in order to insure compliance with and avoid liability under the California Voting Rights Act (“CVRA”).

Pursuant to the provisions of Election Code section 10010, there are a number of public hearings required both prior to map creation and post-map creation.  These hearing dates as well as additional dates for community forums are included on the attached timeline.  This timeline is provided in furtherance of transparency and to encourage and facilitate community involvement in the redistricting process.  While the dates, times and locations of hearings and meetings identified on this timeline are subject to change based upon changing needs and circumstances, any such changes will be accompanied by legally-required advanced notice.

For the most current information on the redistricting process, members of the public are encouraged to visit the section of the District’s website, to be available June 21, 2019 entitled "By Trustee Area Election System" located at

Redistricting Timeline Draft
VI.l. Approve Letter of Support for AB 331 Pupil Instruction: High School Graduation Requirements: Ethnic Studies.
Recommended Motion:

Adopt letter of support for AB 331 and formally submit letter of Board of Education support to the Chair of the Senate Education Committee.


State adoption of an ethnic studies graduation requirement will be beneficial to DJUSD students and programming. Passage of AB 331 will further instruction of ethnic studies in California and in DJUSD by encouraging school districts to build on existing courses and/or develop new courses, as well as integrating ethnic studies across the curricula.  As ethnic studies seeks to engage students in school and in their learning, we believe this effort will help close the achievement gap by reducing student absenteeism, improving student graduation rates, and better preparing Californian youth to be college, career, and civic ready.

Letter of Support for AB 331
VI.m. Parcel Tax Oversight CommitteeWas edited within 72 hours of the Meeting
Recommended Motion:
Approve nominees to the Parcel Tax Oversight Committee. 


In accordance with Board Policy 1221, Citizens Advisory Committee, Citizens Oversight Committee for Parcel Taxes, each Board member nominates one person each year to serve on the Parcel Tax Oversight Committee for a two-year term.  Vacancies have been created as the terms of committee members have expired.  

These are the nominees to serve on the committee for the July 1, 2018 to June 30, 2020 term. 

Board MemberNominee
Tom AdamsJim Andrew
Joe DiNunzioNatalia Baltazar
Alan FernandesGrace DeMasi
Cindy PickettLea Darrah
Bob Poppenga

 Chian He Ohler 

VI.n. Approve Sale of Surplus Property
Recommended Motion:
Staff recommends that the Board of Education authorize the Chief Business Officer to identify, declare and dispose of personal property in accordance with Section 17545 of the Education Code.


Education Code Section 17545 authorizes the governing board of any school district to sell for cash any personal property belonging to the district if the property is not required for school purposes, or if it should be disposed of for the purpose of replacement, or if it is unsatisfactory or not suitable for school use. The governing board may choose to conduct a sale of personal property under this section by means of a public auction conducted by employees of the district or other public agency or by contract with a public auction firm. The Board of Education may delegate to the district employee responsible for conducting the auction the authority to transfer the personal property to the highest responsible bidder upon completion of the auction and after payment has been received by the district.

The Technology Department has collected an inventory of obsolete computer related equipment.  All items were found either to be not serviceable for use or are not repairable.  The district will use a state-approved vendor, PC Assets Recovery and Disposal, Inc., who will pick up surplus equipment from each site and recycle according to state and federal environmental laws and then provide a certified report detailing the services performed.

Financial Impact:

No financial impact. 

Technology Surplus 1
Technology Surplus 2
Technology Surplus 3
Technology Surplus 4
VI.o. Certification of Assessment for Measure H, CFD No. 1 and CFD No. 2
Recommended Motion:
Ratify submission of Certification of Assessment forms for Measure H, CFD No. 1 and CFD No. 2 tax assessments.


The Board of Education approved the 2019-20 tax rates for Measure H, CFD No. 1 and CFD No. 2 on May 3, 2019. Subsequently, the Yolo County Auditor/Controller’s Office has requested that a Certification of Assessment for each tax be submitted to their office.

Staff recommends that the Board of Education ratify the Certification of Assessment forms from the Yolo County Auditor/Controller’s Office for the 2018-2019 Measure H, CFD No. 1 and CFD No. 2 tax assessments.

Financial Impact:

These forms allow the District to assess the local taxes on the 2019-20 County property tax bills.

2019-20 Certification of Assessment for CFD No. 1
2019-20 Certification of Assessment for CFD No. 2
2019-20 Certification of Assessment for Measure H
VI.p. Award of Milk and Dairy Products Contract
Recommended Motion:

Award the milk and dairy contract to Crystal Creamery for 2019-20 school year.


Davis Joint Unified School District, Student Nutrition Services, issued a Request for Quotes (RFQ), utilizing the procedures required by California Public Contract Code, for the 2019-20 Milk and Dairy contract with a deadline of May 31, 2019.

Three sealed bids were received. Staff recommends Crystal Creamery be awarded the contract based on a lower unit price for all of the bid items. 

The term of this agreement is from July 1, 2019, to June 30, 2020, with the possibility of two (2) one-year extensions.

Financial Impact:

The financial impact to the District is approximately $93,406 annually from the Cafeteria Special Revenue Fund (Fund 13).  There is no impact to the General Fund.

a. Milk Bid 2019-20
b. Summary Bid Sheet 2019-20 Milk Bid
VI.q. Approval of Commercial Warrant Reports
Recommended Motion:
Accept commercial warrant reports as presented.


Per Board Policy 3300, the Clerk of the Board shall review and report to the Board all transactions entered into by the Superintendent or designee on behalf of the Board every 60 days.  (Education Code 17605.)

These reports cover the periods from April 1 to April 30, 2019, and May 1 to May 31, 2019.

Financial Impact:
There is no fiscal impact by this action.  This report represents all financial transactions entered into by the Superintendent or designee according to the Board approved budget.

April 2019 Commercial Warrant Report
May 2019 Commercial Warrant Report
VI.r. Approval of Purchase Order Reports
Recommended Motion:
Accept purchase order reports as presented. 


Per Board Policy 3300, the Clerk of the Board shall review and report to the Board all transactions entered into by the Superintendent or designee on behalf of the Board every 60 days. (Education Code 17605.)

These reports cover the periods from April 1, 2019 to April 30, 2019 and May 1, 2019 and May 31, 2019.

Financial Impact:
There is no fiscal impact by this action.  This report represents all financial transactions entered into by the Superintendent or designee according to the Board approved budget.

a. April 2019 Purchase Order Report
b. May 2019 Purchase Order Report
VI.s. Acceptance of Gifts
Recommended Motion:

Accept the gifts totaling $5,067.36 for this period, presented for use in the District's programs.


The Board of Education gratefully accepts donations totaling $5,067.36, which have been received by the District since the Board of Education meeting held on May 30, 2019. A summary 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.

Gift Acceptance Report June 20, 2019
VI.t. Approval and Ratification of Contracts and Agreements
Recommended Motion:
Approve and ratify the contracts and agreements as presented.

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.  Additional contract(s) may be included prior to the meeting.

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

All West Coachlines Agreement
Boese Consulting Agreement
Cerebellum Corporation for Kelso's Choice Agreement
City of Davis Aquatic Use Agreement
City of Woodland Agreement
CommuniCare Health Centers Agreement - King
Da Vinci Charter Academy Memorandum of Understanding
Dannis Woliver Kelley, Attorneys at Law Agreement
Envoy Plan Services, Inc. Agreement
Fidelity Employer Services Company, LLC Agreement
Fidelity Management Trust Company Agreement
Gray Step Software/ASBWorks Agreement
Hyatt Regency Agreement
Integrated Fire Systems Agreement
K12 Facilities
Leadership Associates Agreement
Leadership Associates Agreement - Site
Learning Solutions Kids, Inc. Agreement
Lifetouch Yearbook Agreement - Harper
Los Angeles County Office of Education Multimedia Services Agreement
Marin County Office of Education Agreement - Walker Creek Montgomery Elementary
Marin County Office of Education Agreement - Walker Creek NDE
Marin County Office of Education- Pioneer
Michael's Transportation Services, Inc. Agreement
Music to Grow On Agreement
Placer County Office of Education Agreement - MTSS
Regents of University of California Agreements - Work Study
Sacramento County Office of Education MOU Agreement - Sly Park
School Steps, Inc. Agreement
SeSo, Inc. Agreement
Sobrato Early Academic Language Program (SEAL) MOU
Sonoma State University Agreement
Teacher Residency Grant
Turnitin, LLC Agreement
Tynker Agreement
YMCA Summer
Yolo County Office of Education MOU Amendment
VII.a. Approval of the DJUSD Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) and Budget Overview for Families
Recommended Motion:

Approval of the Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP). 


In preparation for Board adoption of DJUSD's Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP), staff have attached full documentation of the plan and an executive summary, which include DJUSD's LCAP goals, actions, and services to align with the Board of Education Priorities and the State LCAP Priorities.

Also, DJUSD's 2019-20 LCAP includes an additional budgetary feature. Assembly Bill 1808 added California Education Code (EC) Section 52064.1, which requires that County offices of Education (COEs), school districts, and charter schools (LEAs) develop the Local Control Funding Formula Budget Overview for Parents in conjunction with the Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP).

LCAP Goals include the following: 1) All students will experience 21st Century Teaching and Learning; 2) Davis Joint Unified School District educators will close the Opportunity and Achievement Gap; 3) Classrooms and school communities will be inclusive and safe communities. 

The work of achieving these goals will be accomplished through a Multi-Tiered System of Support that is driven by: evidence-based professional learning communities, effective instruction, and research-based social emotional learning. To close the opportunity and achievement gap, we will also continue to provide English Learner Specialists and a coach to guide English Learner Instruction in Secondary classrooms.  Additionally, we will provide focused professional development to increase educator effectiveness for language acquisition and content knowledge in all subject  areas.

Additional supports that have been effective, and will continue, include expanding Sobrato Early Academic Language (SEAL) at Montgomery Elementary School, and interventions for English Learners and low income students at Davis Senior High School (including the para-educator support in World Civilization courses, an English Learner Mentor Program, and Parent Liaison).  

The DJUSD LCAP also targets professional development for English Learner Specialists, classroom teachers, and site administrators to deepen understanding and implementation of English Language Development standards and interventions.  Furthermore, the Wellness Center at Martin Luther King Junior Continuation High School increases our ability to create a trauma sensitive school environment for all students, particularly low income and English Learners; support of the Wellness Center will continue and, in time, will inform the development of similar programs elsewhere in the district.  

Ongoing reading and literacy supports at the primary grades will continue.  A focus remains on how Long Term English Learners develop goals to acquire reclassification status. This includes additional staff of English Learner Specialists to coach teaching staff and manage student case loads towards their graduation. 

Revisions and additions this year include the position of an Interventionist for Homeless and Foster students, emergency resources for socioeconomically disadvantaged youth, and the use of the Low Performing Student Block Grant funds to launch comprehensive MTSS structures across DJUSD.

Financial Impact:

As aligned with the District budget. 

2019-2020 DJUSD LCAP Budget Overview for Parents
2019-2020 DJUSD LCAP Executive Summary
2019-2020 DJUSD LCAP Presentation
2019-2020 DJUSD Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP)
VII.b. Approval of the DJUSD 2019-20 Adoption Budget
Recommended Motion:

Approve the 2019-20 District Adoption Budget as presented, including fund balance reserve report and 2018-19 Budget Revision (Estimated Actuals).


The budgets were completed based on the latest information available to date. For the current year, 2018-19, budgets were revised to project estimated actual revenues and spending. For 2019-20, the proposed budget contains projected funding for LCFF growth and other one-time State level funding to mitigate the level of STRS pension rate cost increases. These projections are from the Governor's May Revision and are subject to change with the Final State Budget.

The District has developed a spending plan for next year that addresses the following needs;

  • Required (State/Local) Expenditures
  • Employee Compensation
  • State Pension Cost Increases
  • Inflation/Cost Increases
  • K-3 Class Size regulations and local teacher staffing
  • Deficit Spending Reduction
  • Services/Goals for Student Learning (LCAP)

The Adoption Budget is built on the assumption of continued revenue growth over the three years. The District is experiencing declining enrollment, insurance cost increases and deficit spending which requires future budget reductions to maintain the State required minimum reserve of 3%.

a. 2019-20 Adoption Budget Summary Report
b. 2019-20 Adoption Budget Report
c. Common Message - May Revise 2019-20
d. DJUSD Excess Reserves 2019-20 Adoption Budget
e. FCMAT Fiscal Health Risk Analysis
f. FCMAT Indicators of Risk or Potential Insolvency
VII.c. Board of Education Listening Tour Update
Recommended Motion:

Receive an update from staff and fellow Trustees regarding the 2018-19 Board Listening Tour.


DJUSD Board of Education Listening Tours began in the 2017-18 school year, driven by the passage of  the We All Belong Resolution and Trustees' desire to hear directly from students about their daily school experience. In 2018-19, Trustees focused their questions for students on the DJUSD Graduate Profile. Staff will provide an overview of the basic structure of the Listening Tour meetings and Trustees will be asked to share what they learned from students and how this can inform the pursuit of Board Goals and other District initiatives.

Financial Impact:
There is no financial impact related to this item.

Listening Tour Update Presentation

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.  

BOE Agenda Calendar 2019-20 rev 06-14-19
Quick Summary / Abstract:

The next meeting of the Board of Education is scheduled for August 1, 2019. 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. 

Quick Summary / Abstract:

In compliance with the Brown Act regulations, Monica Roque legally posted this agenda on June 14, 2019.

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

Published: June 14, 2019, 5:16 PM

The resubmit was successful.