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March 29, 2022 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
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
V.A. Reports from Board Committees
V.A.1. A Vision for WCJC Campus Infrastructure in 2030 - Paul Pope
Attachments: (1)
V.A.2. Other Committee Reports
VI. Presentations, Awards, and/or President's Report
VI.A. Overview of the faculty evaluation process-Leigh Ann Collins
VI.B. Overview of the employee evaluation process-Rachel Bahnsen
VII. Student Success
VIII. Reports to the Board
VIII.A. Financial Reports
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. November 19, 2021 Academic Affairs Council meeting minutes
VIII.C.2. December 1, 2021 Support Staff Organization meeting minutes
Attachments: (1)
VIII.C.3. February 2, 2022 Support Staff Organization meeting minutes
VIII.C.4. March 2, 2022 Support Staff Organization meeting minutes
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. Approval to deactivate 2 Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Degrees (Computer Simulation & Game Development) and 2 Certificates (Digital Media & Game Development)
XI.B. Approve LVN Student Technology Fee of $584.00 per semester, effective summer 2022 (no cost; estimated revenue from fees is $70,080.00 to offset the ATI system cost - $584 x 3 semesters x 40 students)
Attachments: (1)
XII. Matters Relating to Administrative Services
XII.A. Approve the quote submitted by Bound Tree Medical for the purchase and installation of a SimMan classroom simulation manikin and a Mega Code Kelly simulator manikin complete with on-site installation, warranty, and training ($66,813.77 - TRUE Grant Funds)
Attachments: (1)
XII.B. Approve the new Interlocal Participation Agreement & Resolution from the Texas Association of School Boards Purchasing Cooperative ($500.00 - Unrestricted Operating Budget for 2022-2023)
XII.C. Approve the increase to board fees charged to students living on campus from $1,600.00 a semester to $1,700.00 a semester beginning with fall 2022 ($374,000.00 in revenue - Auxiliary Fund Budget for 2022 - 2023)
XII.D. Approve the Interlocal Agreement & Resolution to join the SAVVIK Cooperative Purchasing Group
XII.E. Approve the recommended increase from Great Western Dining to the student's cafeteria board plan from $12.04 to $12.76 per day beginning with the fall of 2022 ($340,000.00 - Auxiliary Fund Budget for 2022 - 2023)
Attachments: (1)
XIII. Matters Relating to Technology
XIV. Matters Relating to Planning & Institutional Effectiveness
XV. Matters Relating to Personnel
XV.A. Board of Trustees
XV.A.1. Approve contract actions as listed in the attached agenda brief
Attachments: (1)
XV.B. Office of President
XV.C. Office of Academic Affairs
XV.C.1. Elvia D. Rodriguez employed as temporary, full-time Title V HSI Engagement and Communications Facilitator, A-5-9, effective March 21, 2022
Attachments: (1)
XV.C.2. Latasha Herndon received a change in title/assignment from temporary, full-time instructor of chemistry, FAC-7-5, to regular, full-time instructor of chemistry, FAC-7-6, effective August 22, 2022
Attachments: (1)
XV.C.3. Adam W. Meyer employed as regular, full-time instructor of mathematics, FAC-1-9, effective August 22, 2022
Attachments: (1)
XV.C.4. Melissa Moore received a change in title/assignment as regular, full-time instructor of developmental math, FAC-1-3, to regular, full-time instructor of mathematics, FAC-1-5, effective August 22, 2022
Attachments: (1)
XV.C.5. Tina Gustavus received a change in title from temporary full time, instructor of developmental math, FAC-1-6, to regular full time, instructor of developmental math, FAC-1-9, effective August 22, 2022.
Attachments: (1)
XV.D. Office of Administrative Services
XV.E. Office of Student Services
XV.F. Office of Technology
XV.G. Office of Planning & Institutional Effectiveness
XV.G.1. Jerry R. Martinez employed as regular, full-time dean of enrollment management & registrar, D-15-35, effective April 4, 2022
Attachments: (1)
XV.G.2. Vershonda Williams received a change in title/assignment as regular, full-time senior academic advisor, AA-1-7, to regular, full-time coordinator of recruitment, AA-6-9, effective March 1, 2022
Attachments: (1)
XVI. END OF CONSENT AGENDA
XVII. Paid Professional Assignments
XVII.A. Information Item:
XVII.A.1. Paid Professional Assignment for Michael Adkins, Oversight of the Title V Grant, March 16, 2022 - June 15, 2022 - $2,500.00
Attachments: (1)
XVII.A.2. Paid Professional Assignment for Hector Weir, assistant department head, spring 2022 - $2,100.00
Attachments: (1)
XVII.A.3. Paid Professional Assignment for Jessi Snider, assistant department head (English), spring 2022 - $2,100.00
Attachments: (1)
XVII.A.4. Paid Professional Assignment for Armando Palomino McClure, interim coordinator of recruitment, March 1, 2022 - May 31, 2022 - $3,000.00
Attachments: (1)
XVIII. 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).
XIX. Consideration and possible action on items discussed in closed session
XX. Discuss Matters Relating to Formal Policy
XXI. Other Business
XXII. Adjourn

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