Chancellor's Report – Dr. Cheryl A. Marshall
ANAHEIM CAMPUS SOLAR SOLUTIONS PRESENTATION – District Director, Facilities Plant/Construction Rick Williams and Michael Beverly from PMFG Solar presented "Energy Engineered Solar Solutions." The presentation overviewed the potential Anaheim Campus solar project including site layouts and phasing approach, power purchase agreement, and benefits… CALIFORNIA WILDFIRE RELIEF – Dr. Marshall shared that information on California wildfire relief is available on the NOCCCD website homepage.
Written Comments from the College Presidents and Provost
Cypress College – Dr. JoAnna Schilling, President
CONNECT2CYPRESS – Dr. Schilling shared that over 1,000 high school seniors attended Connect2Cypress on November 6, 2018… COMMUNITY NEWSLETTER – The President announced that Cypress College sent out its first edition of the new community newsletter to more than 300 community members, educators, legislators, elected officials, and city partners… VETERANS DAY – Dr. Schilling commented that the college commemorated the country's 100th Veterans Day on November 8, 2018 with a morning ceremony by the flagpole and a luncheon reception following the ceremony… ASSOCIATE DEGREE FOR TRANSFER AWARDS – The President shared data from The Campaign for College Opportunity on associate degree for transfer awards.
Fullerton College – Dr. Greg Schulz, President
VETERANS WEEK – Dr. Schulz shared that the Veterans Resource Center coordinated the Field of Heroes exhibit to commemorate Veterans Day, and hosted a student forum, film screening, and appreciation lunch for student veterans… HS PRINCIPALS' LUNCHEON – The President reported that on November 8, 2018, Fullerton College hosted its fall High School Principals' Luncheon focused on career technical education including Strong Workforce programs and the college's economic impact… GIVING OPPORTUNITIES – Dr. Schulz highlighted the many ways to give on campus including: Veterans Resource Center Care Drive; Annual Thanksgiving Food Drive; Adopt an Angel Holiday Program; Chris Lamm and Toni DuBois Memorial Food Bank; Sociology Club No Shave November Collection; Fashion Club Collection to Help the Homeless.
North Orange Continuing Education – Valentina Purtell, Provost
CAREER PATHWAYS DAY – Ms. Purtell reported that NOCE hosted 77 students from AUHSD's Anaheim, Cypress, and Gilbert South High Schools at the Anaheim Campus to learn about the Funeral Service Assistant, Medical Assistant, and Pharmacy Technician Programs for Career Pathways Day on November 6, 2018… FASTRACK EVENT – The Provost announced that 77 students attended NOCE's streamlined onboarding event, FasTrack, on November 1, 2018… NOCRC GRAND OPENING – The Provost invited all community members, partners, and Board members to the North Orange County Regional Consortium (NOCRC) Grand Opening on Friday, November 16, 2018 from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the NOCRC Offices in Anaheim.
Comments by Members of the Resource Table
DMA EVENTS – District Management Association President Richard Fee commented on DMA events including the Fall Business Meeting, Lunch and Learn, and upcoming holiday event.
NOCE SENATE UPDATES – NOCE Academic Senate President Tina McClurkin reported on the ASCCC Fall 2018 Plenary Session, Tenure Track and Getting Started Handbooks, and student focus groups.
CC SENATE UPDATES – Cypress College Academic Senate President Craig Goralski commented on the ASCCC Fall 2018 Plenary Session, ASCCC resolutions, and the curriculum submission and approval processes at the department and division level.
FC SENATE UPDATES – Fullerton College Academic Senate President Josh Ashenmiller reported on Guided Pathways, student equity and achievement funding, the Anaheim Pledge, the Distance Education Compliance Plan, the ASCCC Fall 2018 Plenary Session, and ASCCC resolutions.
RESOLUTION – United Faculty President Dana Clahane shared that he, the Senate Presidents, and ADFAC United President signed a resolution against the hiring of new District directors.
CONGRATULATIONS – California School Employees Association President Rod Lusch congratulated Trustee Brown on his re-election to the NOCCCD Board of Trustees.
MEDIATION – Adjunct Faculty United President Kent Stevenson thanked Vice Chancellor, Human Resources, Irma Ramos for generating a letter in regards to mediation.
Comments by Members of the Board of Trustees
CAMPUS ACTIVITIES – Fullerton College Student Trustee Pascual Castillo commented on Fullerton College and Cypress College campus activities including: plans for a combined Senate retreat; FC Party to the Polls; FC Halloween events; CC Associated Students meetings; and FC Coffee with the Chancellor.
EVENTS – Board Member Stephen Blount reported on campus events including: Cypress College Connect2Cypress and Major2Careers Showcase; Orange County Teacher of the Year Banquet; and NOCCCD Strong Workforce Conference.
ACTIVITIES – Board Member Molly McClanahan commented on the Fullerton Women Leadership Forum hosted by Fullerton Councilwoman Jennifer Fitzgerald, a dual enrollment brochure distributed by Fullerton School District, and the Fullerton College Chorale performance.
CONGRATULATIONS – Board Member Ryan Bent congratulated Trustees Brown, Dunsheath, and Blount on their re-elections to the NOCCCD Board of Trustees.
ACTIVITIES – Board Member Barbara Dunsheath congratulated Trustees Brown and Blunt, and shared that the Cypress College Foundation Americana Awards is on February 23, 2019.
CONGRATULATIONS – Board Member Jacqueline Rodarte congratulated Trustees Brown, Dunsheath, and Blount on their re-election to the NOCCCD Board of Trustees.
Finance & Facilities
PURCHASE ORDERS & CHECKS – The Board ratified purchase orders and checks. (The Purchase Orders and Checks are available for review in the District's Business Office.)
2017-18 GENERAL FUND TRANSFERS – The Board authorized the request for the 2017-2018 General Fund transfers and adoption of the resolution showing the summary. (The Resolution is available for review in the District's Business Office.)
DISTRICT'S QUARTERLY FINANCIAL STATUS REPORTS – The Board reviewed the District's Quarterly Financial Status Report for quarter ended September 30, 2018, as required by §58310 of Title 5.
QUARTERLY INVESTMENT REPORT AND IRREVOCABLE RETIREE BENEFITS TRUST REPORT – The Board received the Quarterly Investment Report and the Irrevocable Retiree Benefits Trust Report for the quarter ended September 30, 2018.
DISTRICT-WIDE MANAGED PRINT SERVICES PROGRAM – The Board authorized the request to award RFP #1819-03, District-wide Managed Print Services Program, to MRC Smart Technology Solutions.
MAAS COMPANIES INC. – The Board authorized the request to renew the consulting agreement MAAS Companies Inc., and extend the term of the agreement through November 5, 2020, for total fees not to exceed $6,000,000 inclusive of reimbursables for the entire five-year duration of the agreement and renewal options.
PUBLIC SELF-INSURER'S ANNUAL REPORT FOR FISCAL YEAR 2017-18 – The Board reviewed the Public Self-Insurer's Annual Report for Fiscal Year 2017-18, and acknowledged the Estimated Future Liability of $2,156,662 as reported to the State.
CC PARKING LOT #5 EXPANSION – The Board approved (7-1) Change Order #1 for Bid #1718-24, Parking Lot #5 Expansion at Cypress College with Golden Bear Construction, Inc. in the amount of $6,936.23.
CAMPUSLOGIC INC. – The Board authorized the request to enter into a three-year agreement with CampusLogic Inc. for $259,666 for the subscription services.
CIVITAS LEARNING – The Board authorized the request to extend the contract agreement with Civitas Learning for two additional years for a total expenditure of $420,000.
FC EOPS ANNUAL RECOGNITION CEREMONY – The Board authorized the request for the Fullerton College EOPS Department to expend funds from the EOPS categorical budget for its annual recognition ceremony.
OUT-OF-COUNTRY TRAVEL – The Board authorized the request to pre-approve out-of-country travel for Ed Giardina and Michelle Garcia.
NETWORK REFRESH – The Board authorized the request to award the contract for the Network Refresh – Project Management to PlanNet Consulting in the amount of $220,500.
CC CURRICULUM – The Board approved the summary of curriculum changes for Cypress College, to be effective Fall 2018, Spring 2019, and Fall 2019.
NOCCCD & AUHSD CCAP DUAL ENROLLMENT PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT – The Board ratified the amendment of the 2018-2019 NOCCCD and Anaheim Union High School District College and Career Access Pathways (CCAP) Dual Enrollment Partnership Agreement.
NOCCCD & BOUSD CCAP DUAL ENROLLMENT PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT – The Board ratified the amendment of the 2018-2021 NOCCCD and Brea Olinda Unified School District CCAP Dual Enrollment Partnership Agreement.
NOCCCD & FJUHSD CCAP DUAL ENROLLMENT PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT – The Board ratified the amendment of the 2018-2021 NOCCCD and Fullerton Joint Union High School District CCAP Dual Enrollment Partnership Agreement.
NOCCCD & PYLUSD DUAL ENROLLMENT PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT – The Board ratified the amendment of the 2018-2021 NOCCCD and Placentia Yorba Linda Unified School District Dual Enrollment Partnership Agreement.
AB 1806 – The Board authorized the request to accept new revenue from the authorization of Assembly Bill 1806; the Budget Act of 2018 in the amount $1,000,000.
SWP 17% INCENTIVE FUNDING – The Board authorized the request to accept new funding $585,670 in Strong Workforce Program 17% Incentive Funding in the 2018-2019 fiscal year.
CATALYST GRANT – The Board authorized the request to accept new revenue from the Catalyst Grant in the amount of $250,000.
RETIREMENT – The Board approved the retirement of Brenda Maitlen, Cypress College Receptionist, effective November 14, 2018.
VETERANS APPRECIATION WEEK – The Board adopted Resolution No. 18/19-02 to declare that the week of November 12-16, 2018 be observed as Veterans Appreciation Week.
BOARD ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING – The Board scheduled on the November 27, 2018 agenda, the establishment of December 11, 2018 as the date of its Organizational Meeting.
LEGISLATIVE PRIORITIES – The Board discussed the recommended state and federal legislative priorities for 2018-19.
STRATEGIC CONVERSATIONS – The Board discussed the continued need for Strategic Conversations, the future direction, and topics of interest.
FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS – The Board discussed any potential future agenda items.
The next regular meeting of the NOCCCD Board of Trustees will be held at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, November 27, in the first-floor Board Room, Anaheim Campus, 1830 W. Romneya Drive, Anaheim.
"News from the Board of Trustees" is produced by the NOCCCD Public Affairs Office as a summary of Board actions and reports. It is not intended as a replacement of the official minutes of Board meetings.