General Meeting Information
Date: February 12,
Time: 4 - 5 p.m.
Location: ADM 109
Time Topic Purpose Discussion Leader 4:00 - 4:05 p.m. Approval of Notes - February 5, 2019 A Ranck/Pape 4:05 - 4:20 p.m. Review the Definitions of Instructional Equipment and Lottery I Varela/Gerard 4:20 - 4:40 p.m. Review Strong Workforce Funding Basics I Bdzil 4:40 - 5:00 p.m. Automotive Pathway Development Presentation I/A Bryant
A = Action
D = Discussion
I = Information
- Lorrie Ranck, Co-Chair
- Sam Bliss
- Alicia Cortez
- Moaty Fayek
- Anita Muthyala-Kandula
- Thomas Ray
- Anthony Caceres (Precious Gerardo on leave)
- Lorna Maynard
- Diana Alves de Lima
- Rich Booher
- Milena Grozeva
- Anu Khanna
- Rick Maynard
- Mary Pape, Co-Chair
Erik Woodbury (PDL)
- Shelly Michael
- Ian Robertson
Co-chairs: Lorrie Ranck (administrator), Mary Pape (faculty)
Administrative reps: Sam Bliss, Alicia Cortez, Anita Muthyala-Kandula, Thomas Ray
Classified reps: Lorna Maynard
Faculty reps: Alves de Lima, Grozeva, Rick Maynard
Students reps: Sheli Michael, Ian Robertsson
Visitor: Margaret Bdzil, Randy Bryant, Dana Kennedy, Dawn Lee Tu, Coleen Lee-Wheat, Lisa Markus, Mallory Newell
Apologies: Rich Booher, Anthony Caceres, Moaty Fayek, Anu Khanna
Approval of notes
Minutes as submitted from February 5, 2019 were approved.
Review the Definitions of Instructional Equipment and Lottery
Martin Varela (Director, College Fiscal Services) and Teri Gerard (Campus Budget/Enrollment Analyst) explained the difference between Lottery vs.
Instructional Equipment Funds.
Lottery: Instructional items that are consumable and used by students. Generally, these items have a life expectancy of less than one year.
Instructional Equipment: are items that are more than $200 per item, with a life expectancy of at least one year. These items must be used by students.
*Note that the Instructional Equipment funds might disappear. They are not currently in Governors draft budget.
*Continue to reach out to Tina Lockwood, Furniture, Fixt & Equip Coordinator,for refresh of computers.
Review Strong Workforce Funding Basics
Margaret Bdzil (Workforce, Program Coordinator) explained Perkins and Strong Workforce funds both of which are for use exclusively by CTE programs.
Perkins are Federal monies. Thus, this fund not appropriate for paying International Students.
Three years is maximum number of repeats. For example, tutors funded by Perkins have a three-year limit to be funded from Perkins. Students paid from Perkins funds must maintain full-time status with 12 units. Eligibility parallels financial aid.
Local De Anza College Strong Workforce budget is $1.3 million - $500K = $800K. Regional budget is $700K.
Automotive Pathway Development Presentation – Auto Tech Letter of Intent (LOI) with Palo Alto Union High School District
Monies to revamp preparatory courses for Automotive major at De Anza College.
Automotive department has an opportunity to sign a Letter of Intent with Palo Alto High School to offer support to their automotive program. With update of coursework at the high school students from PAUSD would then be prepared to enroll in De Anza’s Automotive program.
Rick Maynard motioned to approve $33,000 for each of three years to facilitate the development of courses taught at Palo Alto High school that will qualify for meeting certificate.