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Board Meeting Briefs November 10, 2021

Board Chamber

November 11, 2021 - 08:01 AM

INTRODUCTIONS

Introduction of the following newly appointed and promoted employees:

Permanent New Hires

Classified Employees

  • Thong Cao, Computer Facilities Assistant (Information Technology)
  • David Cortez, Administrative Specialist II (Library and Learning Resources)
  • Ken Dinh, Help Desk Support Technician (Information Technology)
  • Timothy Leslie, Mental Health Clinician (Student Health Services)
  • Jun Ma, Media Production Specialist (Technical Services)
  • Stacy Manfredi, Human Resources Technician (Human Resources)
  • Diana Morgan, Fiscal Specialist (Fiscal Services)
  • Delia Quicho-Robles, Fiscal Specialist (Fiscal Services)


Management Employees

  • Scott Atkinson, Assistant Director, Public Safety Programs (Public Safety Programs)
  • Kenneth Bohan, Director, Maintenance and Operations (Facilities Planning and Management)

Promotions

Management Employees

  • Ruben Flores, Manager, Grounds (Facilities Planning and Management)
  • Tannia Robles, Associate Dean, Student Engagement (Student Services)

RECOGNITIONS

Congratulated the following retiring employee:

  • Marilyn Richards, Tutorial Services Assistant (Tutorial Services), 17 years of service

CAMPUS LEADERSHIP REPORTS

Associated Students, Academic Senate, Classified Senate, Faculty Association, CSEA 262, CSEA 651, Mt. SAC Foundation, Management Steering and Public Affairs gave reports.  Detailed reports will be reflected in the official minutes when posted online.

INFORMATIONAL REPORT – REDISTRICTING

As part of the decennial federal census, the District is required to review district lines. Redistricting Partners presented an overview of the process, provided a definition of redistricting, traditional redistricting practices, information on the Fair Maps Act of 2019, and preliminary 2020 census data for the District.

There are a number of redistricting criteria that have been used nationally and upheld by courts:

  • Relatively equal size – people, not citizens
  • Contiguous – districts should not hop/jump
  • Keep districts compact – appearance/function
  • Maintain “communities of interest”
  • Follow city/county/local government lines

The redistricting process timeline and hearing themes:

  • December 8, 2021 - Introduction of draft maps
  • January 12, 2022 - Draft map feedback
  • February 9, 2022 - Approval of final maps
  • February 28, 2022 - Final maps go to Los Angeles County Office of Education and then L.A. County Registrar-Recorder’s Office

INFORMATIONAL REPORT – TRANSFER

  • SAC consistently ranks among the top 10 transfer community colleges in the state of California. For Fall 2020 transfer admissions and enrollment rankings:
    • Second in the state for transfers to the California State University system (CSU); an improvement from a year ago when we were third in the state for transfers to CSU.
    • Remained seventh in the state for transfers to the University of California (UC).
    • Fourth in the state for transfers overall to CSU and UC; an improvement from a year ago when we were fifth.
  • Cal Poly Pomona is the highest CSU campus for transfer students at 958.
  • 57% of transfers to the CSU are Latinx students, an increase of 2% from a year ago.
  • UCLA (114) and UC Irvine (105) are the two highest UC campuses for transfer students.
  • 2,701 students transferred to public and private universities within California and to other states for Fall of 2020.
  • In a five-year period, a total of 12,420 students have transferred from 2015-2016 to 2019-2020.

ACTION ITEMS

  • Approved the Consent Calendar, separately approving the following:
    • Personnel Transactions
    • College and Career Program – Rising Scholars: Authorization of Acceptance of Funds and Authorization of Purchases
  • Approved Proposal to Initiate CSEA, Chapter 262 Negotiations for July 1, 2020, through June 30, 2023, Year Three-of-Three Reopener Agreement
  • Approved Meet-and-Confer Agreement Between the Confidential Employees and the Mt. San Antonio Community College District for 2021-22
  • Approved Meet-and-Confer Agreement Between the Management Employees and the Mt. San Antonio Community College District for 2021-22
  • Approved Proposal to Initiate Faculty Negotiations for Year Three-of-Three Re-opener Agreement, July 1, 2019, through June 30, 2022
  • Approved Resolution No. 21-09 - Approval to Compensate Trustee Judy Chen Haggerty for Her Absence from the Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees on October 13, 2021, and the Special Meeting of the Board of Trustees on October 16, 2021

 

DISCUSSION ITEMS

  • Board Policy 3100 – Organizational Structure
  • Campus Vaccination and Testing Program Update

TRUSTEES

Dr. Manuel Baca
Jay Chen
Gary Chow
Judy Chen Haggerty, Esq.
Peter Hidalgo
Robert Hidalgo
Laura Santos
Juan Mendoza, Student Trustee
Dr. William T. Scroggins, President & CEO