General Meeting Information
Date: November 12,
Time: 2:00 p.m.
Location: ADM 106
Time Agenda Topic Purpose Discussion Leader 2:00 Check in – Introduction of Guests I/D King 2:05 Approval of 11/12 Agenda
Approval of 10/08 Minutes
I/D/A King 2:10 College President Search Opinion Survey
We will discuss the results of the survey that went out to all Classified Professionals and share ideas with the Classified representatives on the President Search Committee
I/D King 2:45 Student Support Fund Survey Results & Vote on Spending for 17/18 and 18/19 funds I/D/A King 3:00 Mascot Update I/D Spatafore 3:10 Standing Committee & Shared Governance Reports
- Second Tuesday: IPBT, SSPBT, Board Meeting
- Fourth Tuesday: Technology, ETAC, DASB
I/D All 3:25 Good of the Order & Adjourn
A = Action
D = Discussion
I = Information
Members Present: Heidi King (president elect), Scott Olsen (treasurer), Alex Harrell (communications officer), Laura Hiler (sec. 1), Stephanie Serna (sec. 2), Dana Kennedy (sec. 4), Lorna Maynard (sec. 6), Dennis Shannakian (sec. 12), Sonia Yu (DASB rep)
Guests: Tracy Chung-Tabangcura (PD comm), Marilyn Booye, Melissa Aguilar, Karen Chow, Tony Santa Ana, Erika Flores, Marisa Spatafore, Iman Seale
Check In – Introduction of Guests
King opened the meeting to introduce the classified staff representatives on the College President Search Committee: Melissa Aguilar, Tony Santa Ana, Erika Flores, as well as Sushini Chand and Deborah Taylor (not in attendance).
Approval of Agenda and Approval of Minutes
Quorum was not met, so no vote to approve any Agendas or Minutes.
College President Search Opinion Survey Results
The general idea of process was explained: Focus groups, 20 seats, faculty/classified, 17 seats filled. Chancellor Judy Miner will craft a draft job description, which the search committee gets to see. Then, the search committee generates interview questions, and put forward recommendations. November 14th, the Search Committee participants become like a sequestered jury. More staff will be involved when we get to rejoin the conversation for Town Halls. In addition, staff will be invited to write to the Board of Trustees and Judy Miner.
Spatafore announced that the mascot selection is near to the last stage. The opinion survey (4100 total respondents, including 3000 students) has been completed, and the college came away with pretty clear choices: Wildcats, Lions, Mountain Lions, Bears, Grizzlies, Diamond Backs (Sun Devils removed due to copyright issues). Wildcats were top choice.
Standing Committee and Shared Governance Reports
- Just revised everything, checked our charge. Marilyn is co-chair with Rob Mieso.
- SSLO presentations. Voted to move forward on two faculty positions: Veterans & General Counseling, both Counselors.
- Talked about College Promise. Nothing too extensively.
- A review of the facilities master plan, including a mention of housing in the future. Visit the Community Benefit Initiative (CBI) updates page for more informaiton.
- Program review date was moved up to Feb 3rd, 2020.
- Email Marilyn with items you’d like forwarded to SSPBT
We’re moving the program review timeline up. We want folks to remember the prior year. Trying to narrow a two-year spread to making the funding closer to “real time.” Streamline, make user friendly.
Large discussion around student housing. Our students feel an immediate need. All of our current plans are long term. The district is pushing to get on the March 3rd ballot for a bond measure and a parcel tax. They have to file the first week of December for the March 3rd primary.
Good of the Order
Harrell noted that we need to agendize the Adhoc committees.
King reported that ClassiFridays are going well.
Meeting adjourned at 3:30 pm