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Board Meeting Reports
for September 12, 2006
Agenda | Summaries  | Actions | Minutes 
5.a  Resolution in the Matter of the Recognition of September 17-23, 2006, as Yellow Ribbon Suicide Awareness and Prevention Week.
5.b  Resolution in the Matter of the Recognition of September 15, 2006– October 15, 2006, as National Hispanic Heritage Month.
7.b.1  Resolution of the Board of Education of the San Diego Unified School District accepting the voluntary surrender and termination of the Charter of the Southern California Connections Academy:
Approval of the voluntary surrender and closure of Southern California Connections Academy (SoCCA) as of June 30, 2006. The exhibit includes the SoCCA Board of Directors’ Resolution for School Closure and Voluntary Dissolution of Non Profit Corporation.
Attachment 1
7.b.2  Revision to District policy H-7700 regarding proper nutrition and physical activity. Approval of revisions to District Policy H-7700 in order to comply with the Federal Child Nutrition and WIC Reauthorization Act of 2004, which requires that districts develop comprehensive wellness policies by the start of the 2006-2007 school year. In accordance with this Act, the Board of Education is responsible for establishing a comprehensive health and wellness policy and procedures that promote healthy eating and physical activity for staff and students, based on the coordinated school health model. The proposed revisions were developed by the Coordinated School Health Council, which is comprised of district staff from Nursing and Wellness, Mental Health Resource Center, Health and Physical Education, Benefits, Food Services, parents, students, principals and community agencies, including Health and Human Services, American Cancer Society, San Diego Diabetes Coalition, San Diego Urban Farms and the Whittier Institute.
Attachment 1
Attachment 2
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Approval of the Fiscal Year 2005-06 Unaudited Actuals Financial Report in Standardized Account Code Structure (SACS) Series Forms per Education Code Section 42100.

On May 20, 2003, the board approved the single budget adoption cycle for the District. The Board adopted the 2006-07 budget on June 27, 2006. Under the single budget adoption cycle, the California Education Code, Section 42100 states that on or before September 15, the governing board of each school district shall approve, in a format prescribed by the Superintendent of Public Instruction, the unaudited actual financial report of the district for the preceding fiscal year. The fiscal year 2005-06 unaudited actual financial report resulted in an unrestricted general fund balance of $54.6 million (this is estimated at this time), as compared to the budgeted amount of $46.9 million.
Attachment 1 - Powerpoint Presentation
8.b.35  Renaming Scripps Ranch High School Track & Field, Track and Field renaming: “Debra Parrish Field” The Scripps Ranch High School (SRHS) community has worked for over three years to raise funds to construct an artificial turf field and all-weather track to be used by students, athletes and the Scripps Ranch community.

Debra Cushman Parrish was instrumental in SRHS receiving two grants for the renovation project totaling $80,000.00. In addition, the Cush Family Foundation has donated $10,000.00 per year since 2002 to the SRHS Foundation. The Cush Family Foundation has also been the title sponsor of the “Cush Legs for Literacy Fun Run/Walk” since 1999
Attachment 1
8.c.1  Resolution in the matter of dedicating to San Diego Gas & Electric Company an easement and right-of-way for electrical and communication facilities and pipelines in, upon, over, under and across property owned by the San Diego Unified School District, pursuant to Education Code Section 17556, et seq. (portion of Future Thurgood Marshall Middle School site), and public hearing on the dedication.
8.c.2  Resolution in the Matter of Accepting Bid for the Lease of Real Property and Improvements Owned by the San Diego Unified School District (Former Hale Junior High School Site).
8.c.3  Resolution in the Matter of Termination of the San Diego Model School Development Agency.
8.c.4  Resolution in the Matter of Emergency Waiver – Public Project Resulting from July 22-23, 2006 Water Damage at Mason Elementary School 300 Building.
8.c.45  Ratify Purchase Orders in excess of $65,100 for materials, supplies and services or in excess of $15,000 for public works projects for the period of July 10, 2006 through August 6, 2006.
8.c.46  Ratify Purchase Orders less than $65,100 for materials, supplies and services or less than $15,000 for public works projects for the period of July 10, 2006 through August 6, 2006.
Attachment 1
8.d.29  Resolution to establish the estimated 2006-07 appropriations limit and the actual 2005-06 appropriations limit in accordance with Article XIII-B of the California Constitution. The district’s 2006-07 Final Budget is in conformance, pursuant to Article XIII-B and related legislation.
9.d  Quarterly Report on Uniform Complaints Received Pursuant to Williams Settlement Legislation Regarding Adequacy of Instructional Materials, Facilities and Teacher Vacancies/Misassignments.

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