Pursuant to ARS §38-431.02 , the Maricopa County Community College District (MCCCD) hereby states that all notices and agendas of meetings of the MCCCD Governing Board and any of its committees will be posted on the wall outside the Governing Board Room located on the second floor of the District Support Services Center at 2411 West 14th Street, Tempe, Arizona which is open to the public Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Monday through Thursday from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. when summer hours are in effect, except legal holidays. Such notices will indicate the date, time, and place of the meeting, and will include information concerning the manner in which the public may obtain an agenda for the meeting.
Past Agendas (as of 2014)
Agendas, action items, and other meeting materials dated prior to 2014 are bound into books located in the Legal Library at the District Office.
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Maricopa County Community College District Governing Board Agenda June 23, 2020
A Community of Colleges—Colleges for the Community—working collectively and responsibly to meet the life-long learning needs of our diverse students and communities.
The Maricopa Community Colleges provide access to higher education for diverse students and communities. We focus on learning through: University Transfer Education, General Education, Developmental Education, Workforce Development, Student Development Services, Continuing Education, Community Education, Civic Responsibility, and Global Engagement.
As a consequence of the COVID 19 Pandemic, the Board’s June 23rd Regular Board Meeting will be conducted entirely remotely via WebEx Events.
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PUBLIC HEARNING: CONSIDERATION OF ADOPTION OF CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL BUDGETS FOR FY 2020-21
CALL TO ORDER
Proposed GateWay Early College High School Proposed Budget FY 2020-21
Proposed Phoenix College Preparatory Academy Proposed Budget FY 2020-21
Immediately Following Special Session
1. Call to Order
3. Student Life Reports (No Report)
4. Faculty Executive Council Report—Ms. Patrice Nango (No Report)
5. Adjunct Faculty Association Report—Mr. Patrick Roddy
General Update on the Adjunct Faculty Association
6. Maricopa Student Senate Report (No Report)
7. Emeritus, Awards, and Recognition (No Report)
8. Chancellor Report—Dr. Steven Gonzales
This is an opportunity for members of the public to address the Governing Board. In compliance with the Open Meeting Law, the Governing Board will neither discuss nor act on issues raised during this portion of the agenda. When necessary, issues will be taken under advisement and placed on subsequent agenda. Presenting concerns to the Board and the free expression of ideas should be communicated with Decorum and respect. Uncivil or disorderly conduct is not permitted. The use of derisive or insulting language or the direction of remarks that defame, attack, or harass an individual may serve as cause for the Board’s President to direct that the speaker immediately concludes his or her remarks.
CONSIDERATION OF CONSENT AGENDA
All items with an asterisk are consent matters unless they are removed from the Consent Agenda at this time. Any item may be removed from the agenda by the Chancellor as a matter of administrative prerogative, or by the Governing Board upon motion duly made, seconded, and approved. Consent Agenda items will be approved by one motion and there will be no specific discussion of these items. Items removed from the Consent Agenda will be approved during the consideration of the Non-Consent Agenda.
*10.1 Approve Termination Recommendation for Alberto Arenas
11. ACADEMIC AFFAIRS
*11.1 Approve New Grant Award from Arizona Commerce Authority – Arizona Small Business Development Center Network Grant Program.
*11.2 Approve New Grant Award for CARES Act – Arizona Small Business Development Center Network Grant Program.
*11.3 Approve Intergovernmental Service Agreement between Maricopa Community Colleges District on behalf of Gateway Community College and Arizona State Board of Nursing for Nursing Practice Assessment Evaluations.
*11.4 Approve District Marketing to contract with any approved vendors under RFP #3447-6 for digital marketing services not to exceed $7,000,000 for the Fiscal Year ending June 30, 2021.
*11.5 Accept an award for year four (4) of a five-year grant from the National Science Foundation in the total amount of $127,275 ($25,455 per year) to Estrella Mountain Community College for the Academic Success and Professional Development (ASAP) Project-Based Engineering Excellence Transfer Academy Across Arizona.
*11.6 Accept an award for year four (4) of a five-year grant from the National Science Foundation in the total amount of $125,000 ($25,000 per year) to Mesa Community College for the Academic Success and Professional Development (ASAP) Project-Based Engineering Excellence Transfer Academy Across Arizona.
*11.7 Accept an award for year four (4) of a five-year grant from the National Science Foundation in the total amount of $125,000 ($25,000 per year) to Phoenix College for the Academic Success and Professional Development (ASAP) Project-Based Engineering Excellence Transfer Academy Across Arizona.
*11.8 Accept a new grant award for the Rio Salado College, College Bridge Pathways Adult Education and Literacy Program from the Arizona Department of Education. This new 4-year grant consists of this 1-year award for FY2021, and 3 renewable awards for Fiscal years 2022, 2023, and 2024 based on available funding. The FY2021 award is for a total of $4,516,262, which includes $1,070,736 from State funds and $3,445,526 from Federal funds.
*11.9 Accept a grant award from First Things First in the amount of $300,000.00 to Paradise Valley Community College (PVCC) for the Professional Development for Early Care and Education Professionals Grant Program. This project will commence on July 1, 2020 and conclude on June 30, 2021.
*11.10 Accept funding for year four of a five-year grant award from the National Science Foundation totaling $125,000 ($25,000 per year) to Glendale Community College for the Academic Success and Professional Development (ASAP) Project-Based Engineering Excellence Transfer Academy Across Arizona.
*11.11 Approve an Inter-Governmental Agreement between GateWay Community College and Santa Cruz County Provisional Community College District.
*11.12 Approve curriculum proposals
12. BUSINESS SERVICES
*12.1 Adopt the 2020-2021 proposed budget for Gateway Early College High School (GWECHS) in the amount of $2,667,209.
*12.2 Adopt the 2020-2021 proposed budget for Phoenix College Preparatory Academy (PCPA) in the amount of $2,243,958.
*12.3 Approve issuing a Job Order Contracting (JOC) Purchase Order in the amount not to exceed $433,220.00 to SDB Contracting Services to remodel existing space at the Phoenix College Art Building to create a recording studio for the Music Department.
*12.4 Approve a Job Order Contracting (JOC) Purchase Order in the amount of Three Hundred Twenty Thousand Eight Hundred Forty-Two and 85/100ths Dollars ($320,842.85) to S.D. Crane Builders, Inc. to replace clerestory windows and associated roofing repairs of the Natural Sciences Building at Scottsdale Community College.
*12.5 Approve issuing a purchase order in the amount of $457,142.00 to Baker/Copeland, LLC for multiple deferred maintenance projects that includes and supports replacement of the Mortuary Science Building mechanical unit at Chandler-Gilbert Community College Williams Campus.
*12.6 Approve issuing a Purchase Order in the amount not to exceed $490,000 to Caliente Construction, Inc. for remodeling in the North Campus Complex (NCC) Building at South Mountain Community College for the Construction Trades Institute.
*12.7 Approve a one-year annual lease agreement with Tree of Life Preschool Academy, located at South Mountain Community College, North Campus Complex (NCC) Building, on the 24th Street site.
*12.8 Approve the selection of McCarthy Building Companies to provide Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR) services for LS-PS Remodel and Expansion Project at South Mountain Community College. The pre-construction phase services fee is $195,843.00, including reimbursable expenses.
*12.9 Approve the selection of GENSLER to provide architectural and engineering consulting services for the LS-PS Remodel and Expansion Project at South Mountain Community College, with a design fee of One Million Three Hundred Ninety-Nine Thousand One Hundred Seventy-Three and 00/100 Dollars ($1,399,173.00), including reimbursable expenses.
*12.10 Approve a three-year contract and authorize the expenditure of budgeted funds not to exceed $870,000 annually to cover system-wide VMware licensing and services in use at the District Support Service Center (DSSC), Scottsdale Airpark and ten college data centers. Licensing and services will be obtained from Insight Public Sector (OMNIA Partners contract 4400006644).
FIRST READ & INFORMATION ITEMS
13. HUMAN RESOURCES
13.1 Employment and Separations (April 11, 2020-May 15, 2020)
14. BUSINESS SERVICES
14.1 Budget Analysis Report Fund 1: General Unrestricted Fund for the Eleven Months Ending May 31, 2020
15. Governing Board Reports
Current Event Summaries
ESTABLISHMENT OF NEXT MEETING DATES, TIMES, AND LOCATIONS
16. August 25, 2020, 6:30 p.m., Regular Board Meeting, Governing Board Room