8th Grade Parent Meeting 5/27 @ 5:30

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MANZANITA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT
May 13, 2020 REGULAR BOARD MEETING AGENDA
7:00 P.M., MANZANITA SCHOOL, CAFETERIA/ZOOM
 
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Mission
Manzanita Elementary School, an innovative K-8 single-school district in an agricultural setting, graduates confident, responsible, entrepreneurial learners with strong academic and personal life skills, who are empowered to direct their own futures; we accomplish this through engaging, dynamic instruction delivered within a safe and caring environment using relevant technologies and a rigorous curriculum in a student-centered partnership with family, community, and a passionate, extraordinary staff.
 
I.          CALL TO ORDER:
 
  • Open Session
     
  • Roll Call, Flag Salute
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    II.        HEARING SESSION / PUBLIC FORUM:
     
                Anyone wishing to address the Board on items on or off the agenda may do so at this time. No action may be taken on items that are not listed as Action Items. Comments are limited to 3 minutes and 20 minutes each subject matter.
     
    III.       APPROVAL OF AGENDA, AGENDA ORDER, AND MINUTES:
     
                A.        Approval of the Agenda and permission for the Board President to change the                           sequence of the Agenda as he deems appropriate.
     
    ACTION
     
    B.         Approval of the Minutes of the Regular Board Meetings held on April 15, 2020.
     
    ACTION
     
  • Approval of the Minutes of the Special Board Meeting held on May 7, 2020.
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    ACTION
      IV.     COMMUNICATIONS:
     
                A.        Principal/Superintendent Report
     
    V.        OLD BUSINESS:
               
          No Old Business.
     
                VI.       NEW BUSINESS:
     
                A.        Consider the adoption of Resolution 19/20.5 "Intra-Budget Transfer Resolution at                                 the Close of the School Year."
     
    RESOLUTION / ACTION
     
                B.         Consider the adoption of Resolution 19/20.6 “Resolution of Temporary
                            Borrowing Between Funds.”
     
    RESOLUTION / ACTION
     
           C.        Consider approval of the MOU between Butte County Office of Education and                                     the Manzanita Elementary School District for the 2020-2021 school year.  This                          contract is an agreement for BCOE to complete ConApp submission, which                                allows Manzanita Elementary School District to adhere to State and Federal                                     mandates and timelines.
    ACTION
     
           D.        Consider approval of our annual Declaration of Need for Fully Qualified                                           Educators.
     
    ACTION
     
                E.         Consider approval of our Annual Statement of Need for 30-Day Substitute                               Teaching Permits and Designated Subjects Vocational Education 30-Day                                                 Substitute Teaching Permits.
    ACTION
     
                F.         Consider approval of the revised contract with Synthesis Partners for architectural                     services for Manzanita Elementary School new construction project.
     
    ACTION
     
                G.        Consider approval of the revised contract with Synthesis Partners for architectural                     services for Manzanita Elementary School modernization construction project.
     
    ACTION
    VII.     CONSENT AGENDA:
              
                All matters listed under the Consent Agenda are routine and will be acted upon by one  
                motion and vote.  If an item needs further clarification and/or discussion, it may be removed from the Consent portion of the agenda and then be acted upon as a separate item.
     
  •       Consider approval of the following Inter-District Attendance Agreements for the            2019-2020 school year:
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  • From the Live Oak Unified School District to the Manzanita Elementary School District:
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                                                    Student # 1001479       Grade 2            Returning
                                                    Student # 1001115       Grade 8            Returning
                                                    Student # 1001399       Grade 2            Returning
                                                    Student # 1001109       Grade 8            Returning
                                                    Student # 1001241       Grade 5            Returning
                                                    Student # 1001072       Grade 8            Returning
                                                    Student # 1001474       Grade 1            Returning
                                                    Student # 1001331       Grade 4            Returning
                                                    Student # 1001327       Grade 4            Returning
                                                    Student # 1001514       Grade 1            Returning
     
                                                                                                    ACTION
     
                B.         Consider the approval of April 2020 Vendor Warrants.
     
    ACTION
    VIII.     PERSONNEL ACTION:       
  • Consider the approval of Memorandum of Understanding between Manzanita   Elementary School District and Manzanita Teachers Association-Impacts of     school closure due to COVID-19.
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                                                                                                                      ACTION
     
    IX.       CLOSED SESSION
                (If the Board recesses to Closed Session, the purpose of the session will be announced; any action taken in Closed Session will be announced in Open Session prior to the adjournment of the Public Meeting).
     
  • Public Employment Appointment of Personnel as listed under “Personnel Action” below; Pursuant to Government Code Section 54957
  • Classified, Certificated, Classified Confidential, and Management Personnel Discipline, Dismissal and/or Release; Pursuant to Government Code Section 54957
  • Public Employee Performance Evaluation of Classified, Certificated, Classified Confidential, Management and Superintendent; Pursuant to Government Code Section 54957
  • Litigation; Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9
  • Instructions to Board Negotiators, Superintendent and Board Member; Pursuant to Government Code Section 54957.6(a)
  • Security Matters Pursuant to Government Code 54957
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    X.        RECONVENE TO TAKE OPEN SESSION:
     
    XI.       ADJOURNMENT:

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    Links to Teacher Pages

    Click on the link for your child's teacher to view daily schedule and more info to access daily lessons.  Depending on your child's teacher, they will be available on school days during regular school hours through email, text, possibly by phone and other online means.   Be sure to have your child check their Google Account for messages from their teacher.

     
    Sannar - Music
    3-4th grade Music
    While we don't get to meet for Music, you can still practice and test on the Flipgrid. If you do not have access to a recorder at home, we are making the school recorders available to check out when you pick up your other assignments at Manzanita. Please take good care of the school instruments. I will be checking the Flipgrid while we are not at school to see which belts I can award when we meet again. Recorder Karate music is available in Google Classroom. 
    Here is a list of fun websites to help keep you learning music skills and history.
     
    Schohr - PE-See teacher schedules
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    March 9, 2020
     
    Dear Manzanita Families:
     
    The health and safety of our students and staff are a top priority, and we understand the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) is causing concern for many of our parents.  At this time, there have been zero reported cases in Butte County, but our school district is taking precautions to prevent the spread of all infectious diseases. 
     
    We have instructed our custodial staff to place additional attention on disinfecting high contact areas like door handles, tabletops, desks, counters, equipment, and faucets in accordance with CDC guidelines.
     
    We are asking staff, students, and parents to take the following preventative actions suggested by the California Department of Public Health:
    • Use “respiratory etiquette”
    • Wash hands frequently.
      • Encourage hand washing by students and staff, schedule time for handwashing.
    • Stay home when sick.
      • Remain at home until fever has been gone for at least 24 hours without the use of fever-reducing medicines.
      • Seek immediate medical care if symptoms become more severe, e.g., high fever or difficulty breathing.
    • Routinely clean frequently touched surfaces.
    • Separate sick students and staff from others until they can go home.
    • Encourage flu vaccine for those who haven’t had it this season to reduce illnesses and absences on campus (but won’t prevent coronavirus illnesses).
     
    Information about the Coronavirus can be found at https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html
     
    We will continue to provide further updates from the CDC, CDE, and Butte County Public Health Officials. More information can be found on our school website at http://www.manzanitaelementaryschool.com/
     
     
     
     
     
    9 de marzo de 2020
     
    Estimadas familias de Manzanita:
     
    La salud y la seguridad de nuestros estudiantes y el personal son una prioridad principal, y entendemos que el nuevo coronavirus (COVID-19) está causando preocupación en muchos de nuestros padres. En este momento, se han reportado cero casos en el condado de Butte, pero nuestro distrito escolar está tomando precauciones para prevenir la propagación de todas las enfermedades infecciosas.
     
    Hemos dado instrucciones a nuestro personal de conserjería para que preste atención adicional a la desinfección de áreas de alto contacto como manijas de puertas, mesas, escritorios, mostradores, equipos y llaves de acuerdo con las pautas de los CDC.
     
    Estamos pidiendo al personal, estudiantes y padres que tomen las siguientes acciones preventivas sugeridas por el Departamento de Salud Pública de California:
    • Use "etiqueta respiratoria"
    • Lavarse las manos con frecuencia.
      • Fomentar el lavado de manos por parte de los alumnos y el personal, programar un horario para lavarse las manos.
    • Quédese en casa cuando esté enfermo.
      • Permanezca en casa hasta que la fiebre haya desaparecido durante al menos 24 horas sin el uso de medicamentos para reducir la fiebre.
      • Busque atención médica inmediata si los síntomas se vuelven más severos, por ejemplo, fiebre alta o dificultad para respirar.
    • Rutinariamente limpie las superficies frecuentemente tocadas.
    • Separe a los estudiantes enfermos y al personal de los demás hasta que puedan irse a casa.
    • Fomentar la vacuna contra la gripe para aquellos que no la han tenido esta temporada para reducir enfermedades y ausencias en el campus (pero no evitarán las enfermedades por coronavirus).
     
    Puede encontrar información sobre el coronavirus en https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html
     
    Continuaremos brindando más actualizaciones de los CDC, CDE y los funcionarios de salud pública del condado de Butte. Se puede encontrar más información en el sitio web de nuestra escuela en http://www.manzanitaelementaryschool.com/

    Welcome to Manzanita

     
    Manzanita Elementary provides an exceptional learning environment for students ranging from grades TK to eight. We strive to create a safe, engaging and dynamic learning environment full of support for our students while also promoting a personalized experience helping them capitalize on their strengths and unique individual characteristics.

    We believe education provides opportunity. We are committed to giving our students the foundational skills and knowledge needed to give them as many options as possible when they graduate from high school. We believe that students must be challenged with rigorous coursework and opportunities to think critically to solve problems.

    At Manzanita, we value risk taking and perseverance while emphasizing academic achievement through collaboration, communication, creativity, and critical thinking. Our focus is building the mindset for learning that supports students in becoming resilient, flexible and entrepreneurial learners ready to tackle the technological demands of our current world. We provide a variety of learning opportunities that, when appropriate, utilize technology as a tool for learning and student engagement. We strive to create learning spaces across our school that foster the intellectual, social, emotional, and physical growth of each of our students. As a learning community, we value and expect consideration and respect for others, empathy, responsibility, initiative, resourcefulness, and self-advocacy.

    One of the many amazing things that sets Manzanita apart from other schools is our active parent support and involvement. Parent participation is a key component to student success and we encourage each and every parent to become a part of our community in some way. We take great pride in the strong partnerships we have with our families.  Together, we work as a team to ensure that our Manzanita Mustangs develop to their fullest potential and become entrepreneurial learners ready to make a difference in the world! 

    Manzanita is a truly special and amazing place. Please feel free to contact me as we work together to continue the solid traditions of the Manzanita Elementary School District. Thanks for visiting our website.
     
    Go Team Mustangs!    #mesdmustangs
     

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