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May 21, 2019 at 6:30 PM - Regular Board Meeting

Agenda
I. Determination of Quorum and Call to Order
II. Pledge of Allegiance
III. Reading of the Minutes
III.A. The Board of Trustee Retreat minutes from April 5, 2019
Attachments: (1)
III.B. The Board of Trustee Retreat minutes from April 6, 2019
Attachments: (1)
III.C. The regular Board of Trustee Meeting minutes from April 16, 2019
Attachments: (1)
IV. Citizens' Comments (approved by board on 5-20-99)
Description:      This is an open forum for those persons who wish to make presentations to the board and who have signed up to do so under  board policy. Presentations are limited to five minutes each with a total of twenty minutes for all presentations.
    During the Citizens’ Comments section of the agenda, any citizen/taxpayer (that is, any member of the public, including college employees) may request to address the board in open meeting. If, however, the topic of the presentation to the board falls within one of the other policies of the college, such as the employee complaint or grievance policy or student complaint policy, the person must first go through the proper administrative channels. In such cases, the right to address the board is guaranteed after the administrative channels have been exhausted.
    If any speaker’s presentation contains complaints or concerns about an individual employee or
officer of the district, that presentation will be conducted in executive session with the board members unless the employee or officer about whom the comments are made requests that the comments be made publicly.
    These presentations are made for information purposes only. The board is required to listen to the presentations but not to discuss or act on the items presented. If the board feels the matter warrants further attention, it can be placed on the agenda for a subsequent meeting.
V. Special Items
VI. Presentations, Awards, and/or President's Report
VI.A. Retirement Resolution for Ms. Vicki Jacobs
Attachments: (1)
VI.B. Phi Theta Kappa 20 year Service Advisor Award - Dr. Liz Rexford
VII. Student Success
VIII. Reports to the Board
VIII.A. Financial Reports for March 2019
Attachments: (1)
VIII.B. Management Reports
VIII.B.1. Technology Report
Attachments: (1)
VIII.B.2. Financial Aid Report
Attachments: (1)
VIII.B.3. Testing Report
Attachments: (1)
VIII.C. Reports from College Governance Councils
VIII.C.1. Faculty Council Meeting Minutes from April 16, 2019
Attachments: (1)
IX. CONSENT AGENDA
Description: 

By consent of the board of trustees, the following items may be acted on in a single motion "to approve the consent agenda as presented."  If, however, any trustee wishes to discuss a particular item or for any reason wishes to act on any given item separately, he or she may simply notify the board chair to remove that item or items from the consent agenda, and that item will be removed and acted on separately.  A trustee may remove an item from the consent agenda for any reason, and he or she is not required to justify the removal or explain the reason for the removal.

X. Matters Relating to General Administration
XI. Matters Relating to Academic Affairs
XI.A. Approve new Nursing & EMS Simulation Laboratory Technician 12-month position ($55,402.00 - $62,069.00 FY 19 budget)
XI.B. Approve new Nursing Simulation Laboratory Coordinator 9 month position ($45,050.00 - $50,050.00 FY 19 budget)
Attachments: (1)
XI.C. Approve technology fee increase from $415 per semester to $625 per semester (No cost.  Estimated revenue from fees is $50,400 to offset the ATI system cost)
Attachments: (1)
XII. Matters Relating to Administrative Services
XII.A. Approve the engagement letter from Lott, Vernon & Company, P.C. for the fiscal year 2019 external audit ($38,000.00)
XII.B. Approve the proposal submitted by Tarkett to replace the flooring in the Pioneer Student Center Ballroom ($65,832.20 - transfer from plant repair & replacement fund)
Attachments: (1)
XII.C. Authorize the President to approve and sign the College's electricity agreement ($205,000.00 in electricity only current operating budget)
Attachments: (1)
XII.D. Approve the proposal submitted by Wood Group USA for the construction of a Distillation Training Skid for PTEC - Richmond Campus ($167,000.00 - Jobs and Education for Texans Grant Funds)
Attachments: (1)
XIII. Matters Relating to Technology
XIII.A. Approve the transfer of funds to purchase 30 instructional classroom computers with Windows 10 operating system for the Wharton County Junior College Sugar Land campus ($23,606.00 - transfer from the MIS plant fund)
Attachments: (1)
XIII.B. Approve the use of TrueNorth Consulting Group to develop a new Information Technology Master Plan that includes all operational technology and data center program documents and plan ($53,125.00 - MIS plant fund)
Attachments: (1)
XIV. Matters Relating to Student Services
XV. Matters Relating to Planning & Institutional Effectiveness
XVI. Matters Relating to Personnel
XVI.A. Board of Trustees
XVI.B. Office of President
XVI.C. Office of Academic Affairs
XVI.C.1. Russell Braeuer employed as regular, full-time instructor of biology, FAC-7-5, effective August 19, 2019
Attachments: (1)
XVI.C.2. Jeffery R. Hankins employed as regular, full-time instructor of history, FAC-7-10, effective August 19, 2019
Attachments: (1)
XVI.C.3. Xuan Wu received a change from temporary to regular, full-time instructor of physics, FAC-7-4, effective June 1, 2019
Attachments: (1)
XVI.D. Office of Administrative Services
XVI.E. Office of Student Services
XVI.F. Office of Technology
XVI.G. Office of Planning & Institutional Effectiveness
XVII. END OF CONSENT AGENDA
XVIII. Paid Professional Assignments
XVIII.A. Information Item:
XVIII.A.1. Paid Professional Assignment for Brenda Bode, Site Coordinator for CRDTS Exam, May 20-24, 2019 - $1,680.00
Attachments: (1)
XVIII.A.2. Paid Professional Assignment for Garland Novosad, Site Director for CRDTS Exam, May 22-24, 2019, $1,000.00
Attachments: (1)
XVIII.A.3. Paid Professional Assignment for Tanya Taylor, Simulation Laboratory Specialist, Summer 2019 - $2,800.00
Attachments: (1)
XVIII.A.4. Paid Professional Assignment for Donna Schilling, Netlab Upgrad/Migration, Summer 2019 - $2,100.00
Attachments: (1)
XIX. Executive Session:  According to the Texas Government Code (Chapter 551, Open meetings), the Board may conduct a closed executive session for the following reasons:  Consultation with attorney (551.071), deliberation regarding real property (551.072), deliberation regarding prospective gift (551.073), personnel matters (551.074), deliberation regarding security devices, or a security audit (661.076), deliberation regarding economic development negotiations (551.086).
XX. Consideration and possible action on items discussed in closed session
XXI. Discuss Matters Relating to Formal Policy
XXII. Other Business
XXIII. Adjourn
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