Comments from the Members of the Audience
NO COMMENTS – There were no public comments made by members of the audience.
Chancellor’s Report – Dr. Cheryl A. Marshall
CYPRESS COLLEGE ANNUAL REPORT PRESENTATION – Dr. JoAnna Schilling, President, presented the Cypress College Annual Report and Institutional Effectiveness Report. The material focused on student perspectives, and highlighted certificate completion, university transfers, degree attainment, and development of job skills.
Comments from the College Presidents and Provost
Cypress College – Dr. JoAnna Schilling, President
LEADERSHIP MEETING – The President reported the College sponsored the bi-annual Leadership Team Meeting… GUIDED PATHWAYS – Dr. Schilling reported that the Guided Pathways Task Force completed a draft of the self-assessment report… CAMPUS EVENTS – The President reported on campus events including: The Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week; the Donate a Day of Service event; the Peace Awareness event; the Veterans’ Day event; the Majors2Careers Showcase; and the annual High School Counselors Breakfast… AMERICANA KICK-OFF – The President reported on the Americana Kick-Off event on November 7… CITY COUNCIL MEETING – Dr. Schilling reported attending a Seal Beach City Council Meeting...
Fullerton College – Dr. Greg Schulz, President
VETERAN'S DAY – Dr. Schulz reported on Veteran’s Day celebrations on campus… PRESIDENT'S GALA – The President reported on the success of the inaugural Fullerton College Foundation’s President’s Gala… CAMPUS EVENTS– The President reported on campus events including: The Kindness Campaign; The Classified Senate’s Fall Semester Event; the High School Principals’ Luncheon; the Communication Studies Expert Panel; and the annual Thanksgiving Food Drive… ASSEMBLYMAN VISIT – California Assemblyman Phillip Chen visited a Fullerton College Political Science class… IN MEMORY – The President reported on the passing of retired faculty member Tom Duff... FOOTBALL – The President reported that the football team captured the SCFA Southern California Football Conference Title...
North Orange Continuing Education – Martha Gutierrez, Dean of Instruction and Student Services
TEACHER OF THE YEAR – Ms. Gutierrez reported on the Orange County Teacher of the Year Banquet… RETIREMENT – Ms. Gutierrez congratulated DSS Program Director Denise Simpson on her retirement and welcomed Dr. Adam Gottdank as the new Director… ACADEMIC SENATE – The Academic Senate elected Career Technical Education Instructor Tina McClurkin as President… FORUM EVENTS – All are welcome to attend the new “Pastries with the Provost” open forums… SPECIAL GRANT – The DSS Program was awarded a grant for a new wheelchair-accessible van from the California Department of Developmental Services… VOLUNTEER RECOGNITION – NOCE honored the student volunteers of the Harvesting Opportunities event… SAVE THE DATE – The annual NOCE holiday party will be on December 7...
Comments by Members of the Resource Table
DMA MEETING – District Management Association President Eldon Young reported on the success of the DMA annual fall business meeting.
ACADEMIC SENATE – Newly elected NOCE Academic Senate President Tina McClurkin reported working on the semester calendar and implementation of the new structure for professional development.
GUIDED PATHWAYS – Cypress College Academic Senate President Bryan Seiling and Fullerton College Academic Senate President Josh Ashenmiller congratulated Adam Gottdank on his promotion. They attended the State Plenary Meeting where Guided Pathways was the main topic.
UF ISSUES – United Faculty President Dana Clahane reported on issues important to United Faculty including: Campus Safety; the Fullerton College Food Bank; and the implementation of AB 705.
BOARD POLICIES – CSEA President Rod Lusch reported concerns with employee-employer issues.
AB 705 – Adjunct Faculty United President Kent Stevenson addressed concerns with AB 705 and reported that the group voted to contribute to the food bank on campus.
Comments by Members of the Board of Trustees
HUNGER AWARENESS – Cypress College Student Trustee Daniel Sebastian reported on campus events for Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week.
CAMPUS EVENTS – Fullerton College Student Trustee Andrew Washington reported on campus events including: The Umoja Conference in Sacramento and Student Leadership Workshop on campus; the President’s Gala; and the Fullerton College Night at the Anaheim Ducks game.
CYPRESS ANNUAL REPORT – Board Member Stephen T. Blount reported on the automotive technology program at Cypress College and his attendance at the Americana kick-off event and the Fullerton football game.
PRESIDENT'S GALA – Board Member Ryan Bent reported that the first Fullerton College Foundation President’s Gala was a success.
CHANCELLOR'S COFFEE EVENT– Board Vice President Jacqueline Rodarte attended Fullerton College’s “Coffee with the Chancellor” event and reported on the success of the President’s Gala.
ARTICLE – Board Member Barbara Dunshealth recommended the Board read the article from the Chancellor’s Office regarding an online school.
FULLERTON ACTIVITIES – Board President Molly McClanahan attended Fullerton College’s President’s Gala and the College’s art exhibit. She also reported on a student bus pass program.
UNITED FACULTY – The Board received comments from the public on the initial reopener proposals submitted by the District United Faculty (CCA/CTA/NEA) and, after providing the public with the opportunity to comment, adopted the District’s initial proposal.
Finance and Facilities
PURCHASE ORDERS AND CHECKS – The Board ratified purchase orders and checks. (THE PURCHASE ORDERS AND CHECKS ARE AVAILABLE FOR PUBLIC REVIEW IN THE DISTRICT'S BUSINESS OFFICE.)
GENERAL FUND – Authorization is requested for the 2017-2018 General Fund and the Child Development Fund transfers and adoption of the resolutions showing the summary. (THE RESOLUTION IS AVAILABLE FOR REVIEW IN THE DISTRICT'S BUSINESS OFFICE.)
QUARTERLY FINANCIAL REPORT – The Board reviewed the District’s Quarterly Financial Status Report for the quarter ended September 30, 2017.
QUARTERLY INVESTMENT REPORT – The Board received the Quarterly Investment Report for the Quarter ended September 30, 2017.
RESOLUTION NO. 17/18-07 – The Board adopted Resolution No. 17/18-07, Declaring Surplus Property; Authorizing Offer of District Property for Sale to Public Entities; Authorizing Public Sale of Property at 429 E. Amerige Avenue, Fullerton, CA 92832.
ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES – The Board authorized to establish a pool of architectural firms to provide architectural services for Districtwide projects.
TOTAL COMPUTING SOLUTIONS – The Board awarded RFP # 2017-07, Fullerton College Bookstore Point of Sales (POS) and Inventory Management System (IMS) to Total Computing Solutions.
E-SIGNATURE PROCESS – The Board approved the implementation of an e-Signature Disclosure process for invoices, payment applications, “Qualifying proposed changes orders, and change order requests for Measure J Bond projects.
EOPS REQUEST – The Board authorized the request for the Fullerton College EOPS Department to expend funds from both the Fullerton College EOPS categorical budget and the allocated EOPS student equity funds for its 38th annual 2018 recognition ceremony.
CURRICULUM CHANGES – The Board approved the summary of curriculum changes for the Cypress College, to be effective Fall 2017 and Fall 2018.
SPONSORSHIP REVENUE – The Board authorized the request to accept new revenue from a sponsorship through the Deputy Sector Navigator – Small Business and Entrepreneurship in the amount of $15,000.
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT – The Board received as information the North Orange Continuing Education 2017-18 Professional Development Program highlights.
PROMOTIONS – The Board approved the promotion of Adam Gottdank to North Orange Continuing Education Director, Disability Support Services, effective November 15; and Kashmira Vyas to District Director, Fiscal Affairs, effective November 15.
BOARD ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING – The Board scheduled on the agenda for November 28, 2017, the establishment of December 12, 2017 as the date of its Organizational Meeting.
WHISTLEBLOWER PROTECTION – The Board received as a first reading the proposed, new Board Policy 7700 and Administrative Procedure 7700, Whistleblower Protection.
REVISED BOARD POLICIES – The Board received as a first reading the proposed, revised Board Policies in Chapter 4.
The next regular meeting of the NOCCCD Board of Trustees will be held at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, November 28, in the first-floor Board Room, Anaheim Campus, 1830 W. Romneya Drive, Anaheim.
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