MARICOPA COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
AUGUST 28, 2007
A regular meeting of the Maricopa County Community College District Governing Board was scheduled to be held at 6:30 p.m. at the District Support Services Center, 2411 West 14th Street, Tempe, Arizona, pursuant to A.R.S. Â§38-431.02, notice having been duly given.
Linda Rosenthal, President
Don Campbell, Secretary
Colleen Clark, Member
Scott Crowley, Member
ABSENT: Jerry Walker, Member
Mary Kay Kickels
The regular meeting was called to order at 6:30 p.m.
The executive session was called to order by President Rosenthal
at 5:30 p.m.
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
The assembly pledged their allegiance to the
The following citizens came forward:
Melinda Ornelas, President of the Adjunct Faculty Association
Theo J. Heap, Adjunct Faculty
Tana Martin, Adjunct Faculty
Steve Spracale, Adjunct Faculty
Comments made by Melinda Ornelas:
“Good evening, Madame Chair and Governing Board Members, Chancellor Glasper, and members of the Chancellor Executive Council. My name is Melinda Ornelas, President of the Adjunct Faculty Association for the Maricopa Community College District. We represent all adjuncts in our Maricopa District. We also follow and support the Maricopa College District Mission and Vision. We are here today in support of our fellow faculty from Mesa Community College that have been unfairly and unjustly dismissed by Ann Stine, the Department Chair for Exercise Science. Additionally, our Adjunct Faculty Association (AFA) wants to assure you that these fine members of our faculty community have in fact followed the prescribed protocol and chain of command as set forth in the AFA Policy Manual and by-laws. We would also like to personally extend our sincere gratitude to our Chancellor, Dr. Rufus Glasper, and Vice chancellor Maria Harper-Marinick for meeting with and listening to these faculty members. They will appeal to you as our elected community board members to also listen actively to their side of the story, as you conduct your ethical duties to the Maricopa Community College District. Thank you very much for your kind attention this evening.”
Comments read by Theo Heap, Adjunct Faculty Member at MCC and taxpayer:
“ President Rosenthal, Dr. Glasper, and Members of the Board: I stand before you tonight as a private taxpaying citizen of Mesa to express my outrage for what has been taking place the last three and one half months in the PE and Athletic Departments at the College I helped to found, Mesa Community College.
It was my intention to, step by step, go through everything that has transpired in this situation in recent years and then more specifically what has happened to me personally since June first of this year. Time restraints will not permit this.
We have taken every step as outlined by the district, from meeting with Ann Stine, the department chair, to Carol Ach, the Dean over PE, to vice President Jim Mancuso and then on to President Bernie Ronan. Roadblocks and delays have been placed in our path every step of the way. WE have now pushed our cause all the way to the Chancellor. During the process we have been lied to, discriminated against, treated unethically and delayed every step of the way. Tana (Martin) is going to outline what has happened to us in more detail after I complete my remarks.
In my personal experience with Ann Stine, when she discovered that I was trying to help the great adjunct faculty I have been working with, she took the following discriminatory steps against me. Keep in mind that up until now I was deemed to be highly qualified to work in the fitness centers.
First, my load hours were cut in half
Second – my hours were reduced to just two days a week
Third – on the day we all met with the MCC administration, I learned
that all of my classes had been taken away. I am now just an
unemployed taxpaying citizens of this community
Fourth – to this day I have never been notified by Stine that I have
been terminated. I wonder why? (Statements in department
meeting – expound.)
I have been qualified to teach Health and Physical Education for about 16 or 17 years but apparently I no longer meet her ever-changing qualifications. It makes no difference that I have lectured in this field at universities in many parts of the world. Apparently because I have not been certified as a personal trainer by the programs she is pushing I am no longer qualified to teach students who enroll in our fitness programs. What a joke!!
I have always been proud of my association with MCC but if the administration of this college is going to allow one of its department chairs to operate in this manner, I no longer wish to be associated with it.
It was just about a year ago that MCC was raked over the coals because of the incompetence of this same department chair, Ann Stine. According to the East Valley Tribune, their were phony baloney being taught by coaches and full time PE instructors on the MCC campus, under the direct supervision of the department chairperson. Apparently they were never monitored; evaluated or checked on, to make sure they were legitimate and following the college instructional guidelines.
Had this person been fired or removed as department chairperson at that time, for obvious incompetence, and unethical behavior, we would not be having this current problem.
According the decision handed down by President Ronan, vice president Jim Mancuso and Dean Carol Achs, Ann Stine in not only not being removed from her position as Chairperson of the PE Department, she is digging a deeper hold for herself by calling two of our fulltime employees, Denver Latimore and Dave Gerlach liars. These are two outstanding fulltime employees of the college who have provided outstanding service to Mesa Community College for many years.
So, I ask, what has happed to the great college I have been associated with for the past 42 years. What has happened to the high standards of honesty and integrity established by Dr. John Dr. Riggs, the founding President of this great institution? Doesn’t anyone have the courage to make a tough decision and get this mess straightened out? Coaches locked out – not able to work with their athletes in the weight room. I am also prohibited from working out in this facility.
I leave you with two thoughts:
General Douglas MacArthur stated “I shall return.” And the phrase “Old soldiers never die, they just fade away.” However, I do not intend to fade away.”
Comments expressed by Tana Martin, Adjunct Faculty at Mesa Community College:
“Our current department chair in the Exercise Science/Phi8sical Education Department has affected the lives of approximately 25 adjunct faculty instructors, 18 of which received termination letters on Friday, July 13, 2007, stating we were deficient in education and/or certification requirements.
In the spring of 2005 Ann Stine stated to use that in order to continue employment in the centers, we must obtain a personal training certification by fall 2008. No other stipulations applied. She wanted the department to become more professional and staff to be certified. We all welcomed the new changes and agreed to her new requirements. Understand that those of us terminated have been employed with mesa Community College at Southern & Dobson, and Red Mountain for 14-42 years and includes a past president of the college.
In the spring of 2007 Ann Stine approved a certification that 15 Adjunct faculty instructors took and successfully completed. After we all completed the course she refused to accept it. This is just one of her many mind changes and inconsistencies that occurred in a 2-3 month time period.
The college now wants to reimburse us for the certification, and pay for a new certification that at the present time Ann is accepting. Remember, she accepted our certification too and have documentation to prove it.
Don’t you think that a good competent leader/Manager/Department Chair would have provided all those necessary tools and material to a staff with all those years of experience prior to termination? She showed little if any leadership, consideration and or compassion to such a loyal, dedicated, hardworking and honest staff. We always served the needs of our students and community. Never jeopardized enrollment, in fact, many student returned semester after semester, because we were the backbone of the department. We provided consistency, good quality instruction, showed compassion towards all individuals both physically and emotionally. The community and their safety were always #1. We developed programs , developed relationships, maintained friendships and always represented the department and college in a very professional manner. We keep the big picture in mind, maintaining the tradition of excellence, and we have proven continued success. But at the present time this tradition is being torn apart.
Now I plead with you that you take the time to investigate this situation. Ann Stine and Mark Peterson have hired 12-15 new adjunct faculty instructors. These new instructors are much younger than those terminated, are still completing their education and have even stated that they are completing their internship this semester under the supervision of Mark Peterson. Isn’t that discrimination? Isn’t that what Mesa Community college is trying to clean up? Mismanagement, misrepresentation, mistreatment and trying to make more accountable to staff, students and more importantly to the community? She has created dissention among the Exercise Science/Physical Education and Athletic Department, discriminated against the staff, coaches and student athletes. All this information is backed up with a paper trail and 5 minutes in not ample time to discuss all the mistreatment, misrepresentation, and discrimination that has taken place.
I am asking that you investigate and find out what has been hidden from the public – investigate the new hires, check on enrollment, check on current classes being taught, and speak to the community and returning students. Every administrator at the college has been made aware of this discrimination but not one of them is willing to take a stance and me the right decision. To do what is best for the department for the college and more importantly the community! That is where our loyalty should be devoted to correct, the community.
We would be happy to meet her requirements once again. We were discriminated against and did not receive fair and equal treatment. We want our jobs back. We want to be compensated for this semester. We want fair and equal working conditions without discrimination, retaliation and or harassment. And we ask that you evaluate the competence of our current Department Chair Ann Stine.
We as a group have more than proven our commitment, dedication and loyalty to the department, college and community. We deserve better and are asking you for your help. As our representatives and our voice it is your responsibility to investigate this matter and make the necessary changes and or recommendations. Thank you so much for your time.”
MCC Adjunct Faculty member, Steve Spracale came forward to express frustration with the inability of adjunct faculty members to take classes when they are not teaching. He attempted to enroll in a class through Rio Salado one day before he was scheduled to begin teaching and was denied. He enrolled two weeks later, however, was frustrated with denial for the class two weeks prior.
BOARD MEMBER REPORTS
There were no reports.
Chancellor Glasper ndicated he would be commenting later in the agenda.
There was no report.
Faculty Executive Council President Reyes Medrano commented that he was coming forward on behalf of the Faculty Association to reaffirm support of the Blue Ribbon Panel and all policies and procedures. He was pleased to report that they are working collaboratively with Administration on the implementation process. Mr. Medrano also wanted to reaffirm the Faculty Association’s desire to continue the great culture of this organization and hoped that the mistakes of a few do not derail the mission of the organization. On behalf of the Faculty Executive Council, he once again expressed their support.
EMPLOYEE GROUP REPORTS
There were no reports.
VICE CHANCELLOR REPORTS
There were no reports.
Dr. Linda Thor, President of Rio Salado College, provided background information on a new program they had entered into with the Berkana Homes, a Phoenix construction company owned by Former City of Phoenix Mayor Paul Johnson and his family. The partnership, called Community Champions, makes it easier for public servants such as police, firefighters, teachers and nurses to own homes and continue their education. Under the program Berkana provides mortgage grants of six months of free principal and interest and a $2,500 education grant to pay for tuition, fees and books at any Maricopa Community College. (Former) Mayor Johnson (who attended both Phoenix College and Glendale Community College) presented Dr. Thor with a check for $5,000 to be used for student scholarships and expressed his appreciation to the Maricopa Community College District for their efforts in providing education to thousands of area residents.
STUDENT LIFE REPORTS
There were no reports.
STRATEGIC CONVERSATION FOLLOW-UP REPORT
There was no report.
Mrs. Rosenthal provided a brief report which included information pertaining to the August 15 meetings in Prescott. She stated that AADGB discussed their plans for the upcoming October 26 ACCA Statewide Educational Conference in Tucson. In addition she reported that the group has discussed reducing the number of meetings held. ACCA discussed the legislative agenda. She encouraged attendance of the October Conference.
There was no report.
There were no awards or recognitions.
APPROVAL OF THE AGENDA
President Rosenthal requested a motion to approve the agenda.
MOTION NO. 9441
Dr. Don Campbell moved that the Governing Board agenda be approved. Motion approved 4-0.
President Rosenthal requested a motion to approve the Consent Agenda.
The following items were included on the Consent Agenda:
A.1. APPROVAL OF MINUTES – Approve the minutes of the July 24, 2007 Regular Governing Board Meeting and August 9, 2007 Governing Board Retreat on Policy Housekeeping
B.1. APPROVAL OF DISCUSSION AND APPROVAL OF CONTINUED ASSISTANCE CONCERNING LAW ENFORCEMENT INVESTIGATION – authorize the continued representation by the law firm of Perkins Coie Brown and Bain to provide legal services in connection with the pending investigation into MCCCD practices by the Maricopa County Attorney and Sheriff’s Office.
C.1. APPROVAL OF FACULTY/MANAGEMENT/ ADMINISTSRATIVE SUPPORT– approve the proposed personnel actions as submitted with addendum.
D.1. APPROVAL OF INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN MESA COMMUNITY COLLEGE AND TUCSON UNFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT - CCNA - approve an Intergovernmental Agreement between Mesa Community College (Regional Academy) and Tucson Unified School District on behalf of Catalina, Palo Verde, Rincon, Tucson Magnet, University, Sahuaro and Pueblo High Schools for the 2007-2008 fiscal years. This agreement is for training and support services for the CCNA* curriculum to be provided to the seven (7) aforementioned high schools as Cisco Local Academies for an annual participation fee of $1,500.00 per Academy.
D.2. APPROVAL OF INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN MESA COMMUNITY COLLEGE AND TUCSON UNFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT - SC- approve an Intergovernmental Agreement between Mesa Community College (Regional Academy) and Tucson Unified School District on behalf of Rincon, Tucson Magnet, University, Sahuaro and Pueblo High Schools for the 2007-2008 fiscal years. This agreement is for training and support services for certain SC* curriculum to be provided to the five (5) aforementioned high schools as Cisco Local Academies for an annual participation fee of $750.00 per participating school.
D.3. APPROVAL OF INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENTS FOR DUAL ENROLLMENT WITH THE STATE OF ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF JUVENILE CORRECTIONS – authorize entry into an Intergovernmental Agreements (IGA) on behalf of its colleges with the State of Arizona Department of Juvenile Corrections for their dual enrollment program.
D.4. APPROVAL OF ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE COMMUNTY COLLEGE GRANT FOR ONLINE NURSING - accept an award for year two of a three year grant from the Arizona Department of Commerce in the amount of $351,842.49 to Rio Salado College for the Community College Grant for Nursing Programs. Project funding will be available from July 1, 2007 through June 30, 2008.
D.5. APPROVAL OF UNDERGRADUATE BIOSCIENCE ENGAGEMENT TRACK (UBET) SOUTH MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE – UNITED SATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - accept an award of $203,126 to SMCC for instrumentation upgrades and faculty training in support of its dual enrollment instructional programs from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).
D.6. APPROVAL OF NURSING GRANT AWARD – YEAR 3 – SCOTTSDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE - approval Award of Contract #GO58-05-02 for $171,509 for fiscal year 2007-2008 from the Arizona Department of Commerce. This funding is for year three funding of a three year grant for nursing.
D.7. APPROVAL OF PHOENIX SHEET METAL WORKERS JOINT APPRENTICESHIP AND TRAINING COMMITTEE GATEWAY COMMUNITY COLLEGE - approve an Educational Service Agreement for fiscal year 2007-2008 with Phoenix Sheet Metal Workers JATC (SML JATC). Requisition # 405722 for $106,000.00 .
D.8. APPROVAL OF SOUTHWEST CARPENTERS TRAINING FUND – GATEWAY COMMUNITY COLLEGE - approve an Educational Service Agreement for fiscal year 2007-2008 with Southwest Carpenters Training Fund. Requisition # 405704 for $250,000.00
D.9. APPROVAL OF PHOENIX PIPE TRADES JOINT APPRENTICESHIP AND TRAINING COMMITTEE – GATEWAY COMMUNITY COLLEGE - approve an Educational Service Agreement for fiscal year 2007-2008 with Phoenix Pipe Trades Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee (PFT JATC)
Requisition # 405707 for $290,000.00
D.10. APPROVAL OF PHOENIX ELECTRICAL JOINT APPRENTICESHIP AND TRAINING COMMITTEE – GATEWAY COMMUNITY COLLEGE - approve an Educational Service Agreement for fiscal year 2007-2008 with Phoenix Electrical Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee (ELA JATC).
Requisition # 405706 for $150,000.00
D.11. APPROVAL OF GATEWAY EARLY COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL SPECIAL EDUCATION POLICIES AND PROCEDURES - adopt the 2007-2008 Special Education Policies and Procedures for GateWay Early College High School.
D.12. APPROVAL OF CARL D. PERKINS IV BASIC GRANT FOR FY 07-08 FEDERAL CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION FUNDING - accept the Carl D. Perkins IV grant for FY 07-08 in the amount of $1,166,055.50 from the Arizona Department of Education. The grant funds will be used to support occupational students.
D.13. APPROVAL OF GRANT SUBAWARD TO ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY FOR RESEARCH RELATED TO NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION GRANT AWARD: COMUNICATION IN SCIENCE INQUIRY PROJECT (CISIP) - approve a subaward of $125,689 to Arizona State (ASU) to conduct research in Year 4 of the NSF Communication in Science Inquiry Project (CISIP). The start date is July 1, 2007 and end date of June 30, 2008.
D.14. APPROVAL OF VISUAL AND PERFORMNG ARTS PROGRAM AGREEMENT BETWEEN MCC AND THE CITY OF MESA ARTS CENTER - approve a Visual and Performing Arts Agreement with the City of Mesa for it to provide credit classes at the Mesa Arts Center and be reimbursed an amount not to exceed $200,000 for instruction.
E.1. APPROVAL OF FACILITIES USE AND SERVICES AGREEMENT BETWEEN CGCC AND THE LEADERSHIP CENTRE - approve the Facilities Use and Services Agreement between Chandler-Gilbert Community College and The Leadership Centre for the period of July 1, 2007 to June 30, 2008
E.2. APPROVAL OF INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN CHANDLER-GILBERT COMMUNITY COLLEGE AND ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY – POLYTECHNIC FOR CGCC FITNESS CENTER USE - approve an Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) between Chandler-Gilbert Community College and Arizona State University Polytechnic (ASUP). This agreement will provide a mechanism whereby ASU students may use the CGCC Williams Campus Fitness center. The term of this agreement is September 1, 2007 to December 31, 2007. ASUP will pay a one-time $25,000 fee and $25,000 for the fall semester. Fees are subject to review after the trial semester.
E.3. APPROVAL OF U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION GRANT AWARD FOR STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES PROGRAM AT GATEWAY COMMUNITY COLLEGE - accept and approve the U.S. Department of Education grant award in the amount of $220,000.00 for the Student Support Services (SSS) program at GateWay Community College. Funds were awarded for year three of a four year TRiO grant, beginning 9/1/05 and ending 8/31/09. The SSS Award Notifications will be mailed by Department of Education in late August.
E.4. APPROVAL OF CYCLE 3 – YEAR 1 BUDGET FOR THE UPWARD BOUND PROGRAM AT GATEWAY COMMUNITY COLLEGE - approve the third cycle, year 1 grant award in the amount of $250,000 from the United States Department of Education for the Upward Bound program at GateWay Community College
E.5. APPROVAL OF CONTRACT AWARD FOR RUNNING TRACK RESURFACING AT PARADISE VALLEY AND SOUTH MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY COLLEGES - approve awarding a contract in the amount of One Hundred Fifty-Eight Thousand Nine Hundred Sixty-Nine and 05/100ths Dollars ($158,969.05) to General Acrylics, Inc. for the resurfacing of the running tracks at Paradise Valley and South Mountain Community Colleges.
E.6. APPROVAL OF FINAL GMP AWARD FOR DISTRICT-WIDE CENTRAL PLANT IMPROVEMENTS PHASE II - approve the final Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) of One Million Eight Hundred Twenty-Six Thousand Two Hundred and Six and no/100ths Dollars ($1,826,206.00) to Bill Stacey Construction for Phase II of the District-Wide Central Plant Improvements Project.
E.7. APPROVAL OF CONCEPTUAL APPROVAL OF PUBLIC SAFETY BUILDING – GLENDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE - provide conceptual approval for the 22,200 gross square foot (gsf) Public Safety Building at Glendale Community College.
E.8. APPROVAL OF CONTRACT AWARD FOR EXPANSION AND REMODEL AT THE GUADALUPE CENTER OF SOUTH MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE - approve awarding a contract in the amount of Nine Hundred Eighty Thousand Nine Hundred and no/100ths Dollars ($980,900.00) to The S.J. Anderson Company for the expansion and remodel of the Guadalupe Center of South Mountain Community College. This award will be subject to agreement between the Town of Guadalupe and South Mountain Community College regarding additional parking requirements and other issues now in negotiation.
F.1. APPROVAL OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT TO SUPPORT NEW STUDENT INFORMATION SYSTEM IMPLEMENTATION - approve Professional Services funding to support the new Student Information System implementation project in the amount of $1,585,000. Contracts will be executed with CedarCrestone Corporation and Oracle Consulting for increments of work as defined by specific Statements of Work. Other approved vendors may also be used depending on availability and expertise. This amount will cover the following:
1. Consulting assistance required by the upgrade to version 8.9 of the PeopleSoft application and the migration to the Oracle database, including Financial Assistance final implementation in March 2008.
2. Consulting assistance required to simulate a load on the SIS production system.
3. Consulting assistance required to ensure proper application security and optimal responsiveness.
MOTION NO. 9442
Scott Crowley moved for approval of the Consent Agenda be approved. Motion approved 4-0.
1. PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO MANDATORY PUBLIC STEWARDSHIP TRAINING - review and amend this policy. Since the adoption of this item in February 2007, the language has been implemented and the changes better define “employees” as well as acknowledge the availability of on-line training, and that initial training can be completed in a year.
2. PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO AMENDMENT TO SECTION 1.9.1 OF THE PROCUREMENT OF GOODS AND SERVICES ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATION - review and adopt the recommended change to this regulation. Since the adoption of changes to this item by the Governing Board in February, the language has been implemented as part of the various Blue Ribbon Panel recommendations. As part of the implementation process, the need for clarity in the definition of a Board approved employee was identified. It is recommended that the Board act on this regulation directly, as the proposed change is related to the Panel’s recommendation. The change will add additional clarity on the scope of parties that should complete and submit a conflict of interest form.
3. PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO ENROLLMENT IRREGULARITIES REGULATION - adopt the recommended changes to the regulation on Enrollment Irregularities. The proposed amendments seek to provide further guidance on how the regulation is operationalized. In addition, clarity is added to establish that credit and Skill Center courses are the areas that are governed through this regulation. The Board is being asked to adopt the proposed changes directly, as the changes were made as a result of implementing the Blue Ribbon Panel’s recommendation for this item.
4. PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO HIRING OF RELATIVE POLICY - adopt the proposed changes to the Hiring of Relatives policy. After the adoption and implementation of this item in February, it was established that the language needed additional clarity with respect to the employees that should file a disclosure form. In addition, the term “cousin” was added under the definition of relatives.
5. PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO MARICOPA INTEGRATED RISK ASSESSMENT (MIRA) REGULATION - adopt the proposed revision to the administrative regulation for the Maricopa Integrated Risk Assessment project. The proposed changes are consistent with others being made that seek to clarify the definition of employees for the purpose of implementation. The Board is asked to do a direct adoption of the change in regulation as the change is proposed due to the actual implementation of the Blue Ribbon Panel’s recommendations.
6. PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO WHISTLEBLOWER PROTECTION - review and amend this policy. Since the adoption of this item in February 2007, we have sought clarification on the quarterly reporting requirements recommended by the Blue Ribbon Panel. The original language required reporting on whistleblower complaints. These complaints are made to specific entities or persons including the Arizona Attorney General, the Arizona Legislature, the Governor of Arizona, the Maricopa County Attorney, a federal, state or local law enforcement agency, or the Maricopa County Community College District Governing Board. Given this, the District administration may not know about the whistleblower reports. Therefore, the revision requires reporting on data we can provide, which is for Ombuds and 24-hour hotline reporting.
(VII.A.) MONITORING REPORT
Budget Analysis Report Summary
Fund 1 - General Unrestricted Fund
For the One Month Ended July 31, 2007
Expenditure analysis indicates 7.9% of the budget has been expended this year as compared to 5.3% expended at this same point in time last year. 43.3% of the budget remains unexpended or unencumbered compared to 46.1% in the prior year. Revenue analysis indicates that $82.0M of the budget has been recognized. The projected fund balance will increase by $0.4 million this fiscal year and the projected ending fund balance for June 2008 is $85.2M.
NEXT BOARD MEETING
President Rosenthal announced that the next Governing Board Meetings would be a Citizens’ Forum on September 11 at Glendale Community College and regular meeting scheduled for September 25 at the District Office.
The meeting adjourned at 7:10 p.m.
Dr. Donald R. Campbell
Governing Board Secretary