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May 12, 2022 at 9:00 AM - Regular Meeting

Agenda
1. CALL TO ORDER
1.A. Moment of Silent Meditation
1.B. Approval of the Agenda – Action Item
2. CALL TO THE PUBLIC - Any person wishing to address the Board on a non-agenda item will be granted time to make a presentation at the discretion of the presiding chairperson. Action taken as a result of public input will be limited to directing staff to study the matter for consideration or decision at a later time. Individual remarks may be limited to three minutes.
3. SPECIAL PRESENTATION-Grand Canyon School District CTE students 
4. SPECIAL PRESENTATION-Coconino Community College Leadership Providing an Update regarding CCC and CTE
5. PUBLIC HEARING- Second Revision 2021-2022 Maintenance Operating Budget and Capital Budgets
5.A. Call to Order of Public Hearing
5.B. Review of the Second Revision of the 2021-2022 Maintenance Operating Budget and Capital Budgets– Non Action Item
5.C.  Call for Questions and Discussion
5.D. Adjournment of Public Hearing/Call to Order of Regular Meeting
5.E. Approval of the Second Revised budget for FY2021-2022 budget – Action Item
6. REPORTS
6.A. Governing Board
6.B. Superintendent
6.B.1) Update on 2021-2022 IGAs, Exhibit A's and Member District Invoices (596)
6.B.2) Summer Activities-District Hours/Days, Website, Set Up of SIS/Online enrollment, Budgets 
6.B.3) Reminder to Board Members to pick up election packets if interested with County School Superintendent's Office
6.B.4) Update on Audits
6.B.5) Update on Coordinator Posting/Position
6.B.6) Update on 2022-2023 Enrollments/Registrations 
6.B.7) Budget Process reminder
7. CONSENT AGENDA
Note:  All or individual items may be pulled from the consent agenda and discussed individually.
7.A. Approval of Minutes: Regular Meeting April 7th, 2022 and Special Meeting Minutes April 13th, 2022                        
7.B. Approval of expense and payroll vouchers April 2022
7.C.  Approval of the CAVIAT District Student Fundraising Account deposits and balances for April 2022
7.D. Approval of Disposal and Transfer of District Items
7.E. Approval of the Reaffirmation that the CAVIAT CTED WILL NOT charge student fees to ANY students participating in the CAVIAT Central Campus programs-Action Item
7.F. Annual Approval for the CAVIAT Governing Board's Financial Support of Professional Development for our Member Districts provided by ACTE AZ Premier Series, West MEC or PimaJTED, or similar pre-approved CTE professional development entity not to exceed $10,000 for FY 2022-2023-Action Item
 
7.G. Annual Approval for the CAVIAT Governing Board's Financial Support of CTSO activities for our Member Districts for FY 2022-2023, in the amount of $12,000 (up to $2000 per member district high school)-Action Item
7.H. Annual Approval for the CAVIAT Governing Board's Financial Support of the CTE Dual Enrollment Teacher Stipends for our Member Districts for FY 2022-2023, in the amount of $5000-Action Item
7.I. Annual Approval for the Financial Support of FY 22-23 CAVIAT CTE mini-grants for individual submission of UP TO $1000 per request, not to exceed $10,000-Action Item
7.J. Annual Approval of the CTE Instructor Certification Reimbursement for Fiscal Year 2022-2023, not to exceed $5000-Action Item 
7.K. Approval of Governing Board Travel Requests for FY 2022-2023-Action Item
7.L.  Approval of contracts for Mike Twyford and Yvonne Killingsworth for SY 2022-2023
7.M. Approval for Brent Neilson to attend the Annual ACTE Summer Conference in Tucson, AZ, July 15-20
8. UNFINISHED BUSINESS
None for this meeting.
Description: 
9. NEW BUSINESS
Description: 
9.A. Discussion and Approval of the Spring Compliance Reviews for Grand Canyon Unified School District CTE-Action Item
9.B. Discussion and Approval of the CAVIAT Central Campus Program SPRING Compliance Reviews 2021-2022 based on the ADE Quality and Compliance 2021-2022 Review-Action Item
9.C. Discussion and Approval of CAVIAT Governing Board's SUBMISSION OF PROPOSED ISSUES FOR CONSIDERATION FOR THE 2022-2023 ASBA POLITICAL AGENDA-Action Item
Description:  It is time once again to begin the process of developing the ASBA Political Agenda for the 2022 legislative session. Though we are still in the process of completing the 2021 session, it is never too early to start thinking about the association's future priorities. It is our pleasure as your GR staff to facilitate this important process and we look forward to hearing your proposals.
As you know, your input to the Legislative Committee is critical. This year we ask that you take a moment to review the current 2021 Political Agenda and reaffirm your top five priorities. Furthermore, you may submit two additional priorities you would like the Legislative Committee to consider. Click here to submit the form online or here to download the pdf version. Once submitted, these proposals will be compiled by staff and provided to the ASBA Legislative Committee for consideration. The Committee will then create a draft document that will be circulated to all governing boards and superintendents. This draft agenda will be the basis for discussion and final approval at the official Delegate Assembly on Saturday, September 11th. The timeline is as follows:
 
- Friday, May 21st - Proposed Items Due 
- Friday. June 4th- Legislative Committee meets 
- Week of June 21st- Legislative Committee recommendations sent to all governing board members and superintendents 
- Saturday, September 11th - Delegate Assembly (Saturday morning following the Law Conference) 


SUGGESTED CTED Political Agenda for 2022
ASBA Submission
  1. Fully restore 9th and 13th grade CTE/CTED eligibility and funding to increase access to work-based learning and expand the window of opportunity students have to complete industry-recognized CTE programs.
 
  1. Enhance flexibility for the delivery of CTE instruction and allow CTEDs maximum flexibility to offer accessible class schedules.
 
  1. Increase access and equity to CTED programs by funding the cost of student transportation.
 
  1. Reauthorize CTEDs to serve students through age 21 regardless of graduation status.
 
  1. Provide a secure online signature collection system for qualified electors to sign a nomination petition for candidates for a governing board of a school district or a career technical education district. Modify the number of signatures required to align with similar candidates.
 
  1. Equitably invest in technology modernization, reliable internet access, technology support capability and professional development for all students and staff.
 
Rationale: Improve outcomes for all students by increasing equitable access to CTE instruction.
 
9.D. Suggested Future Agenda Items- Non Action Item
10. CALENDAR OF EVENTS The next Regular Board Meeting is scheduled for June 9th, 2022 via teleconference
11. ADJOURNMENT - Action Item

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