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[I. OPEN SESSION]

[V. CLOSED SESSION]

[Items VI & VII]

[00:02:12]

>> I WOULD LIKE TO CONVENE THIS MEETING.

CALL THE ROLL, PLEASE.

>> ALL RIGHT. PLEASE LEAD US IN THE PLEDGE.

I PLEDGE ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND TO THE REPUBLIC FOR WHICH IT STANDS, ONE NATION, UNDER GOD, INQUIZABLE WITH LIBERTY AND JUSTICE FOR ALL.

[VIII. ANNOUNCEMENT OF ACTION TAKEN IN CLOSED SESSION]

THANK YOU. >> SO TONIGHT IN CLOSED SESSION, THE BOARD VOTED 5-0 TO ACCEPT THE DISTRICT'S FINDING IN RESPONSE TO AN APPEAL FILED PURSUANT TO ADMINISTRATIVE REG 4030. THE BOARD DIRECTS ADMINISTRATION TO SEND THE APPROPRIATE NOTICES. AND THEN ALSO THE BOARD VOTED 5-0 TO APPROVE THE SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT BETWEEN NATOMUS UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT VERSUS DAVE GORDON ET AL.

THE SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT IS AVAILABLE UPON INQUIRY TO THE

[IX. APPROVAL OF THE AGENDA]

SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE. AT THIS POINT I'M LOOKING FOR A MOTION AND A SECOND TO APPROVE THE AGENDA.

>> SO MOVED. >> SECONDED.

>> CALL THE ROLL, PLEASE.

[X.b. Natomas Teachers Association (NTA)]

[00:05:13]

>> CLEARLY WE'RE WATCHING THE COVID CASES AROUND THE REGION AND I WANTED TO REITERATE THAT FOR OUR STAFF AND STUDENTS I THINK THOSE NUMBERS INCREASE EVERYBODY'S ANXIETY AND JUST BE WARE OF THAT HAVE AS WE MOVE BACK INTO THE CLASSROOM WITH NULL CLASSES. SO SINCE THIS STARTED THE PANDEMIC, I THINK THAT WE HAVE LEARNED A LOT ABOUT THAT THEY ALSO -- TO TAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES.

WE LEARNED WITH COVID THAT THINGS CAN CHANGE VERY FAST SO WE WANT TO KEEP THOSE LINES OF COMMUNICATION OPEN.

THANK YOU. ALL RIGHT.

[X.a. California School Employees Association (CSEA)]

>> WE DID RECEIVE A COMMUNICATION FROM CSCA FORWARDED TO THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES PRIOR TO THE BOARD

MEETING. >> ALL RIGHT.

SO NOW I'M GOING TO ASK OUR BOARD MEMBERS FOR COMMUNICATIONS

[X.c. Board Members]

HERE. SO TRUSTEE BANES, ANYTHING YOU

WANT TO REPORT? >> NO.

>> TRUSTEE GRANT. >> YES.

JUST A BRIEF REPORT. HAD THE OPPORTUNITY TO TOUR THE NEW CONSTRUCTION GOING ON THERE. VERY PHENOMENAL WORK.

I THINK IT'S GOING TO UP LIFT THIS COMMUNITY.

SECONDLY I HAVE TO ADMIT SHAMEFULLY THAT I RAN INTO JALEN GLEN WHO PLAYS BASKETBALL IN HIGH SCHOOL BUT I DID NOT FIND THAT OUT UNTIL AFTER HE DEFEATED ME AT CAL FIT TWICE.

THAT KID HAS A FUTURE AND I TAKE MY WHOOPING IN PUBLIC RIGHT HERE. THANK YOU.

>> TRUSTEE CAPLIN? >> I WOULD LIKE TO DITTO TRUSTEE GRANT AND TRUSTEE BANES WAS WITH US ON THE TOUR.

I HAVE TO SAY BEING ON THAT TOUR AND TRUSTEE HARDIN WAS WITH US AS WELL THAT WE'VE DEVELOPED -- AS IT'S ATTACHED TO EACH ONE OF OUR SCHOOLS SO I WANT TO THANK THE COMMUNITY FOR ALLOWING US TO PASS BONDS, THIS BOARD FOR THEIR VISION AND OUR FACILITIES DEPARTMENT FOR ALSO THE LITTLE DETAILS LIKE MAKING SURE A 20-YEAR-OLD TREE ISN'T TAKEN DOWN AND REMAINS THERE AND I WANT TO HOPE EVERYBODY ENJOYED THEIR SHORTER SUMMER.

STUDENT PARENTS OR FINDING A WAY TO CONNECT TO HELP EASE THAT ANXIETYAMANY OF OUR PARENTS OF YOUNGER STUDENTS ARE HAPPENING AND I KNOW WE WILL CONTINUE TO DO AN AMAZING JOB AS WE EDUCATE THROUGH THIS PANDEMIC AND THANK YOU MS. HARVEY.

[00:10:03]

RELATIONSHIPS MATTER, MENTAL HEALTH MATTERS ON BOTH ENDS FOR OUR STUDENTS AND OUR STAFF AND I APPRECIATE THE COMMITMENT THE

BOARD HAS TAKEN. >> I'VE ALSO HAD THE OPPORTUNITY TO VISIT THE SCHOOLS WITH THE TRUSTEES AND I WANT TO JUST SAY IT WAS JUST A COMBRAET TIME BEING OUT THERE.

WATCHING CAMPUSES. AND I THINK MORE IMPORTANTLY THE FACT THAT OUR SCHOOLS WERE IN NEED OF UPDATES AND NEEDED TO BE MODERNIZE AND EXPENDED BUT I THINK MORE IMPORTANT TO ME IS THAT WHEN YOU BUILD THIS FACILITY LIKE THAT IT SENDS A MESSAGE TO STUDENTS AND THE FAMILIES THAT WE CARE.

SCHOOLS ARE COMMUNITIES AND COMMUNITY CENTERS AND THEY'RE IN THESTER OF THE COMMUNITY. THANK YOU TO ALL THOSE INVOLVED.

THE PLANNING. THE STAFF BEHIND THE SCENES.

THE PLANNING. COMMUNITY.

EVERYONE. IT'S GOING TO BE EXCITING AND I LOOK FORWARD TO VISITING THE SCHOOL AND SEEING THE KIDS ACTUALLY RUN AROUND. RUN AROUND THE TRACK AND ON THE PLAYGROUND.

THANK YOU. >> SUPERINTENDENT EVANS.

[X.d. Superintendent's Report]

>> THANK YOU, PRESIDENT. IN FRONT OF US FOR THOSE WHO I DON'T KNOW IF VIEWERS AT HOME ARE GETTING THIS SPECIFIC CAMERA ANGLE OR NOT IS WHAT WE CALL THE OWL, THE OWL IF YOU CAN LOOK AT WHAT WE'RE LOOKING AT HAS OWL EYES AND IT WAS OFFERED TO OUR TEACHERS IF THEY WERE INTERESTED IN IMPLEMENTING THIS IN THEIR CLASSROOM WHERE THEY CAN RECORD THEMSELVES.

THEY CAN SHARE VIDEO WITH OTHERS.

WE'RE USING IT RIGHT NOW TO MAKE SURE ALL FIVE OF OUR TRUSTEES ARE CONNECTED AND PART OF THIS IMPORTANT MEETING.

THIS IS PART OF THE LESSONS LEARNED FROM THE PANDEMIC.

IT'S JUST ONE EXAMPLE NOT ONLY OUR TEACHERS WHO ASK FOR IT AND MORE. WE HAVE MORE FUNDS AVAILABLE IF MORE TEACHERS SEE THIS AND WOULD LIKE THIS TOOL IN THEIR CLASSROOM. WE WERE TOLD GO OF OUR ZIP CODES ARE THE TOP TWO OR RIGHT UP THERE, CAROL.

THE TOP PERFORMING FOR YOUTH VACCINATIONS IN THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA. SO THAGS AN INVESTMENT THE BOARD MADE TO PROTECT OUR CHILDREN 12 PLUS.

OUR STAFF IN PARTICULAR 79.2% OF OUR CERTIFICATED STAFF AS OF JULY RIGHT BEFORE SOME OF THE NEW HIRES SO IT MIGHT CHANGE A LITTLE BIT UP OR DOWN. TEACHERS, COUNSELORS, SOCIAL WORKERS ARE VACCINATED. 70.5% OF OUR CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEES. THAT'S CUSTODIANS, FRONT OFFICE STAFF, AND THEN 85.7% OF OUR CONFIDENTIAL UNREPRESENTED MANAGEMENT WHICH REPRESENT A MUCH SMALLER NUMBER OF OUR STAFF. WE'RE PROUD OF THAT.

WE'RE PROUD OF THE COMMUNICATION AND WORK WE'VE BEEN DOING WITH BOTH ASSOCIATIONS. WE'VE COME TO AGREEMENT WITH

[00:15:01]

ONE. WHETHER WE HAVE VACCINATIONS -- TO SIGN ONE EARLIER THAT IMPROVED HIRING INSEVEN TIFFS FOR INSTRUCTIONAL AIDS. INSTRUCTIONAL AIDS ARE CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEES THAT WORK IN KINDER CLASSES TEND TO HAVE THE HIGHEST TURNOVER AND THEREFORE HAVE THE MOST VACANCIES BECAUSE YOU ENTER IN DO WELL AND GET PROMOTED.

TO HELP YOU ARE YOUNGEST STUDENTS BECAUSE WE HAVE THEM AND KINDER PLUS STUDENTS WE'RE GOING TO GIVE THAT HIRING BONUS A TRY SO THANK YOU FOR GIVING US A SHOT AT THAT ONE.

I AM GRATEFUL AT EVERYONE THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT FOR THEIR WORK AND TRYING TO GET THIS YEAR UP AND GOING.

THIS IS GOING TO BE ANOTHER DIFFERENT YEAR.

I GUESS THIS WILL BE I DON'T KNOW HOW TO DESCRIBE IT.

THE FIRST YEAR WAS A NORMAL START AND THEN WE WERE IN DISTANCE LEARNING AND NOW WE'RE BACK BUT WE WERE MASK LESS LAST MEETING AND NOW WE'RE WEARING MASKS AGAIN SO EVERY EMPLOYEE IS HAVING TO PIVOT AND CHANGE CONSTANTLY AND GENERALLY I WAS SEEING SMILES THEY'RE SMILING AND WORKING HARD AND PUTTING IN THE HOURS. AND I AM GRATEFUL FOR THE TEAM THAT WE HAVE IN NATOMUS UNIFIED AND THE COMMUNITY THAT WE HAVE HERE BECAUSE THEY HAVE BEEN ON A ROLLER COASTER -- NATOMAS.

AND NOT ONE OF THE FUN ONES. IT'S BEEN A BIT.

SO I'M GRATEFUL FOR THAT HEADING INTO 21-22 AND LOOKING FORWARD TO GETTING BACK ON CAMPUSES AND SEEING KIDS IN GREAT NEW

[XI. PUBLIC COMMENTS]

FACILITIES. >> SO PRIOR TO THIS BOARD MEETING MEMBERS ARE ABLE TO SUBMIT PUBLIC COMMENTS VIA E COMMENTS OR CAN BE HERE IF THEY CAN ATTEND AND GIVE PUBLIC CAMPED IN PERSON. -- COMMENT IN PERSON .I HAVE NO GREEN SLIPS TONIGHT. I KNOW THERE WERE SOME PEOPLE HERE EARLIER SO I EXPECT THAT THEY PROBABLY -- I DECIDED --

ECOMMENTS WE NEED TO REPORT OUT? >> WE HAVE ONE THAT WE RECEIVED REGARDING JOEY'S FOOD LOCKER FORWARDED PRIOR TO THE MEETING AND IT WILL BE REFLECTED IN THE MINUTES.

>> THANK YOU.

>> MOVING ON TO OUR PRESENTATIONS FOR THE EVENING.

[XII.a. California Voting Rights Act - Map Development Process and Criteria]

SO OUR FIRST PRESENTATION IS A CALIFORNIA VOTING RIGHTS ACT.

AND I BELIEVE THE INTRODUCTION WILL BE THE PRESENTER FROM

COOPERATIVE STRATEGIES. >> SHOULD I GO BACK ONE?

[00:20:14]

ALSO TONIGHT MORE SPECIFICALLY THE KINDS OF FEEDBACK AND THINGS THAT WE'RE GOING TO BE SOLICITING.

SO I'LL GET STARTED HERE. BY WAY OF BACKGROUND, WHAT IS THE CALIFORNIA VOTING RIGHTS ACT.

IT TOOK EFFECT IN 2003 AND AN IMPORTANT PART OF THAT IS IT PROHIBITS THE USE OF AT LARGE ELECTIONS WHEN SUCH AN ELECTION SYSTEM IMPAIRS THE ABILITY OF A PROTECTED CLASS TO ELECT CANDIDATES OF THEIR CHOICE. SINCE THE CALIFORNIA VOTING RIGHTS ACT THERE'S BEEN MORE LEGISLATION PASSED THAT REALLY GOVERNS HOW THIS PROCESS, THE TRANSITION PROCESS WORKS AND WE'LL TALK MORE ABOUT THAT. SKWOOISHGS.

>> SO I WANT TO TALK ABOUT DRAWING THESE TRUSTEE AREAS AND I WOULD SAY THERE'S TWO CATEGORIES.

THERE'S THE THINGS THAT WE MUST DO IN ORDER TO BE IN COMPLIANCE WITH FEDERAL AND STATE LAW AND THEN THERE'S ALSO OTHERS THAT ARE GOOD PRACTICE AND SHOULD BE CONSIDERED AND ARE OFTENTIMES

[00:25:03]

THE TYPES OF THINGS THAT SCHOOL DISTRICTS LOOK AT.

SO FIRST THE EQUAL PROTECTION CLAUSE OF THE CONSTITUTION REQUIRES THAT WE HAVE ROUGHLY BALANCED AREAS THAT ONE PERSON ONE VOTE CONCEPT SO THAT'S SOMETHING THAT WE HAVE TO DO.

AND SO WE'LL TALK A LITTLE BIT MORE ABOUT YOUR DEMOGRAPHIC SPECIFICALLY AND THEN SECONDLY THEY NEED TO BE DRAWN TO COMPLY WITH THE FEDERAL VOTING RIGHTS ACT MEANING NO GERRYMANDERING/CRACKING OR PACKING.

THESE THINGS DON'T TAKE QUITE THE SAME PRECEDENT AND THAT'S BEING COMPACT AND CON TUG EWOUS AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE AS LONG AS WE CAN MAINTAIN THOSE FIRST TWO CRITERIA.

TO RESPECT COMMUNITIES OF INTEREST AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE, THE CALIFORNIA LAW DEFINES THOSE AS -- THOSE COMMUNITIES THAT HAVE SHARED SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS.

>> VOTERS WITHIN THOSE AREAS. THE REASON WHY THIS IS REALLY IMPORTANT FOR US IS, AGAIN, OUR TASK IS NOT TO IMPAIR THE ABILITY OF A PROTECTED CLASS TO ELECT THE CANDIDATE OF THEIR CHOICE SO WHEN WE CAN CREATE DISTRICTS THAT ARE MAJORITY

[00:30:02]

MINORITY DISTRICTS AND SO TAKING A STEP BACK HERE.

AND THEN. >> KEEPING ALL OF A CERTAIN COMMUNITY TOGETHER AND KEEPING THAT IN ONE AREA OR LIKE I MENTIONED BEFORE LOOKING AT POUNDERY DYNAMICS AND HOW YOU MIGHT PUT TOGETHER TRUSTEE AREAS THAT CROSS OVER THOSE BOUNDARIES OR MAYBE FOLLOW THEM ARE THINGS THAT ARE UNIQUE TO EACH COMMUNITY AND ARE HELPFUL FOR US TO HEAR AND THEN I THINK JUST BRINGING IT BACK TO THAT'S HELPFUL FOR KEEPING COMMUNITIES TOGETHER AND FOR PROVIDING GOOD REPRESENTATION FOR THE VOTERS.

THAT FIRST EXAMPLE THERE IS IN THEORY MAKES A LOT OF SENSE TO KEEP CERTAIN NEIGHBORHOODS TOGETHER AND KEEP THAT ALL IN ONE AREA BUT AS YOU HEARD ME SAY WE'RE GOING TO HAVE TO BREAK UP INTO FIVE DIFFERENT AREAS AND THEY NEED TO BE BILLIONED POPULATIONS SO SOME OF THOSE THINGS WON'T BE PERFECT AND THERE WILL BE TIMES WHERE SOME ARE KEPT TOGETHERS AND OTHERS NOT AND SO JUST LOOKING AHEAD WE'RE DEALING WITH MULTIPLE I GUESS COMPETING CRITERIA HERE AND IT'S HARD TO HAVE A PERFECT MAP ADDRESSING ALL THOSE THINGS BUT HOPEFULLY ONE THAT ADDRESSES MOST OF THEM.

THAT'S IT FOR ME. I'M HERE TO ANSWER QUESTIONS OR TAKE ABOUT THINGS WE'VE GONE OVER.

>> ARE THERE COMMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC? I DON'T HAVE ANY FORMS UP HERE BUT I WANT TO MAKE SURE.

>> WE DO NOT HAVE EH COMMENTS EITHER.

>> OKAY. NOW I'M GOING TO OPEN THIS YOU TO THE TRUSTEES WHO HAVE QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS ABOUT WHAT YOU'VE HEARD.

[00:35:18]

EDUCATION IS A HUGE PART AID OR ABET AS YOU CAN SEE PEOPLE CAN WATCH ONLINE WE DON'T HAVE ANYBODY HERE COMMENTING ON THIS.

WHAT IS SOMETHING THAT YOU GUYS DO THAT CAN HELP DO OUTREACH BECAUSE I THINK THE AFTER TODAY THE WHOLE -- THE NEXT MEETING BETWEEN GETTING THE DRAWN MAPS, WHAT ARE WE DOING FOR OUTREACH? CAN WE DO SOME ZOOM? ARE WE ADDRESSING THE TOP THREE OR FOUR LANGUAGES IN THE DISTRICT FOR OUTREACH.

I KNEE THE DISTRICT DOES SOCIAL MEDIA BUT WHAT ARE YOU DOING THAT MAKES SURE SOME OF OUR COMMUNITIES WHO MAY NOT BE SOCIAL MEDIA SAVVY HAVE A CHANCE FOR INPUT.

>> IT RANGES. I THINK KIND OF COVERS THE SPECTRUM FROM NOT HIGH LEVEL ENGAGEMENT VERSUS SOME COMMUNITIES IT'S A LOTTED MORE IMPORTANT AND I THINK TRANSLATION IS CERTAINLY PART OF THAT.

THE QUESTION IS HOW TO GETS PEOPLE GO THERE I SUPPOSE SO I THINK THAT A LOT OF OUR CLIENTS DO USE THE STARTING OF SCHOOL RIGHT NOW TO WHETHER IT'S SENDING HOME FLYERS OR USING SOCIAL MEDIA AS WELL. I KNOW IN MY DISTRICT AND THIS WAS PRECOVID THERE WAS A LOT OF OUTREACH IN THE COMMUNITY THROUGH THE DISTRICT COMMUNICATION WHETHER IT'S PHONE CALLS AND EMAILS AND THINGS LIKE THAT.

WE'RE ENGAGING WITH ALL OUR GROUPS AND BEYOND.

YOU'RE LOOKING AT THE OWL TECHNOLOGY.

RIGHT IN FRONT OF YOU THAT'S A WAY PEOPLE CAN PARTICIPATE BECAUSE PART OF WHAT WE'VE DONE IS PURCHASED OWLS WITH THE BOARD'S APPROVAL FOR EACH GROUP AND STAKEHOLDER GROUP.

I'LL ASK YOU TO CREATE A DEDICATED PAGE.

FIRST WEEK OF SCHOOL IF NOT EARLY THE WEEK AFTER THAT WHERE IT'S ONE STOP SHOPPING FOR EVERYONE TO GET OUR TIMELINE TO GET EVERY RESULT OF OUR SURVEY SO THAT THEY CAN SEE THE INPUT.

EVERY PRESENTATION WE'VE DONE HERE NOW IT'S TWO PRESENTATIONS IN A ROW. AND THEN I MEAN EVEN IN THE REPORT TONIGHT FROM CSCA WE DID NOT READ THAT WORD FOR WORD.

THEY TALKED ALREADY ABOUT THEIR APPRECIATION FOR BEING ENGAGED IN A STAKEHOLDER MEETING. SO WE'LL HAVE A TRANSLATER THERE IF APPROPRIATE. THEY'LL ENGAGE IN PERSON OR IF THEY'RE MORE COMFORTABLE, VIA ZOOM WHICH WE'VE BEEN DOING NOW FOR 16 MONTHS SO OUR FAMILIES ARE AWARE OF THAT.

I BELIEVE WE KNOW OUR COMMUNITY AND WE'RE GOING TO REACH OUT TO THEM. WE HAVE THE MONTH OF AUGUST.

WE'LL MAKE SURE EVERYONE GETS EDUCATED ABOUT WHAT THIS PROCESS IS TO THE BEST OF THEIR ABILITY. THEY UNDERSTAND IT.

THEN WE'LL HAVE OUR SECOND PREMAP HEARING.

THIS IS OUR FIRST. RIGHT.

BEFORE THE MAPS ARE SHARED. THIS IS AN EDUCATION PROCESS AS

[00:40:03]

ALWAYS. THIS WILL BE POSTED TOMORROW MORNING AND BE ONLINE AND AVAILABLE SO DIEDRA, WILL BE ABLE TO PUSH OUT A COMMUNICATION MESSAGE.

IF THERE'S QUESTIONS THAT PEOPLE HAVE THEY CAN REACH OUT TO CONSTITUENT CUSTOMER SERVICE AND IF IT STARTS TO BECOME A FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTION WE HAVE OUR 24-HOUR A DAY SERVICE THAT HEIDI CAN GIVE THEM QUESTIONS SO IF A PARENT IS HOME AT 9:00 O'CLOCK AND THEY CALL AFTER HOURS AND SAY I HAVE QUESTIONS ABOUT THIS WE CAN GIVE THEM FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS. SO MUCH THAT WE CAN DO IN NATOMAS BUT WE'RE GOING TO BE IN GOOD SHAPE.

HERE'S SET METHOD WE USE TO PROVIDE THE OUTREACH.

BUT I KNOW WE'LL REACH PEOPLE BECAUSE WE JUST HAVE A HISTORY OF DOING THAT, REACHING THEM. SO THANK YOU.

IF THERE ARE NO OTHER QUESTIONS I'M LOOKING AT THE COMPUTER.

AT THIS POINT I'M ASKING TO CLOSE THE PUBLIC MEETING.

SORRY. ALL RIGHT.

SORE. TRYING TO MOVE US QUICKLY

[XIII.a. California Voting Rights Act First Public Hearing Regarding Potential Composition of Trustee Areas, Prior to Drawing of Maps]

TONIGHT. NOBODY THAT WE KNOW OF IN THE AUDIENCE WISHING TO MAKE A COMMENT AND DID NOT RECEIVE COMMENTS ON THIS AND I DON'T THINK THE TRUSTEES HAVE FURTHER COMMENTS. SO NOW I'LL ASK FOR A MOTION AND

A SECOND. >> SO MOVED.

>> OKAY. >> MOVING ON TO THE 3UB LICK

[XIII.b. Board Policy and Administrative Regulation 6158 - Independent Study]

HEARING. >> THERE IS NO PRESENTATION ON THIS ITEM AND THERE -- I HAVE -- THERE IS -- THAT HAS SUBMITTED A

[00:45:04]

PUBLIC COMMENT AND I'LL CHECK WITH YOU.

>> I DID NOT RECEIVE ANY COMMENTS.

>> LET ME OPEN THE HEARING. I THINK I'VE BEEN AWAY FROM SCHOOL TOO LONG HERE. SCROLLED LIKE TO SAY THAT STAFF.

>> MOTION CARRIES 5-0 TO CLOSE. >> MOVING ON TO CONSENT A TEEM

[XIV. CONSENT ITEMS]

TESE. LOOKING TO CONSENT ITEMS.

>> SO MOVED. >> SECONDED.

COULD YOU CALL THE ROLL, PLEASE.

>> THANK YOU. >> CAP LYNN.

[XV.a. Approve Addendum No. 1 to May 28, 2021 Memorandum of Understanding for NUSD’s K-8 Larry G. Meeks Academy Between the District and NTA]

>> OUR FIRST ACTION ITEM IS TO APPROVE ADDENDUM 1 TO MAY 28, 2021. LARRY G. MEEKS ACADEMY.

>> WE DON'T HAVE ANY E COMMENTS.

[XV.b. Approve Revisions to Board Policy and Administrative Regulation 6158 - Independent Study]

ANY DISCUSSION REGARDING THIS ACTION ITEM?

>> MOVE APPROVAL. IF NO OBJECTIONS, ROLL CALL.

[XV.c. Ratify Agreement with AMS.net, Cable and Installation through the FOCUS Program for Private LTE]

QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS PRE THE TRUSTEES?

>> ALL RIGHT. SEEING NONE, THEN MOVE APPROVAL BY TRUSTEE AND SECOND BY TRUSTEE GRANT.

>> I'M LOOKING AT HIM. ALL RIGHT.

IF THERE'S NO OBJECTION I WILL --

>> MOVING ON TO ACTION ITEM 15 B.

[XV.d. Approve the 2021-2022 Consolidated Application for Funding Categorical Programs]

SO APPROVE THE 202122 CONSOLIDATED BECAUSE I WORK IN

[XV.e. Approve Quarterly Update to Pre-Qualified Bidder List]

AND AROUND THE AREA THERE COULD BE PERCEIVED CONFLICT SO I

ABSTAIN. >> OKAY.

>> MOVE APPROVAL. SECONDED.

>> CALL THE ROLL, PLEASE.

>> MOTION CARRIES. >> APPROVE THE SECOND AMENDMENT

[XV.f. Approve Second Amendment to Facilities Lease with XL Construction for Inderkum Public Safety/Sports Fields /Softball Complex Project]

[00:50:12]

TO FACILITIES LEASE WITH XL CONSTRUCTION FOR THE PUBLIC SAFETY AND SPORTS SOFTBALL COMPLEX.

>> MOVE APPROVAL. >> TAKE THE ROLL, PLEASE.

PRINCIPAL PITTS AND COACH AND STAFF GET READY.

WE ARE MOVING YOUR WAY AND HAVING CONVERSATIONS ABOUT THE NATOMAS HIGH SCHOOL FIELDS AND THE WATER CONNECTED TO THE CITY THAT WILL STOP THAT FIELD FROM DYING EVERY SUMMER IS OUR HOPE.

WE'LL GET COACHES AND SITE INPUT ON THAT.

>> ALL RIGHT. SO THE MEETING IS ADJOURNED AT

* This transcript was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.