General Meeting Information
Date: February 19,
Time: 3 - 5 p.m.
Location: ADM 109
Time Topic Purpose Discussion Leader 3:00 - 3:05 p.m. Approval of Notes - February 12, 2019 A Ranck/Pape 3:05 - 5:00 p.m. Funds: Instructional Equipment and Lottery I/D/A Ranck/Pape
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)
- Ian Robertson
- Shelly Michael
Co-chairs: Lorrie Ranck (administrator), Mary Pape (faculty)
Administrative reps: Sam Bliss, Alicia Cortez, Moaty Fayek, Anita Muthyala-Kandula, Thomas Ray
Classified reps: Lorna Maynard
Faculty reps: Rich Booher, Anu Khanna, Rick Maynard
Students reps: Sheli Michael, Ian Robertsson
Absent: Alves de Lima, Anthony Caceres, Grozeva
Guests: Margaret Bdzil, Randy Bryant, Dana Kennedy, Dawn Lee Tu, Coleen Lee-Wheat, Lisa Markus
Approval of Notes
The notes of February 12, 2019 were approved.
Funds: Instructional Equipment and Lottery
Today’s agenda is to continue discussion of resource allocations of Instructional Equipment, Lottery, Perkins and CTE funds.
Lorrie Ranck emailed the Master Request workbook to the committee for IPBT resource review and allocation. The document contains all of the divisions’ requested needs. Ranck displayed the workbook and summarized on what the committee had accomplished so far. She notified the group that a separate column was created for all facilities’ related requests. That information will be forwarded to the office of College Operations for completion.
First, the team had been asked to start the review of Perkins and Strong Workforce funds for the following divisions: Business, Computer Science, and Applied Technologies Division, Biology, Health and Environmental Sciences Division, Creative Arts Division, and Language Arts divisions. Lorrie asked the team to double check if any other CTE programs within divisions have Perkins/SWF related requests.
Every CTE program that requested Perkins and/or Strong Workforce (SWF) funds should get some funds to support their requests and goals. After division allocations are made, department managers will consult with Margaret Bdzil to ensure that the correct fund is used.
Bdzil recommends that SWF be used for large ticket items. She has identified items on the lists that are SWF. Bdzil has already created a budget for Perkins.
Next meeting, Bdzil will be present to identify which requests are Perkins but have not been allocated funds yet; which requests not yet funded are appropriate to fund with SWF. Bdzil will also have the amount for unencumbered Perkins (originally thought to be $400,000) monies available and likewise for SWF (originally thought to be $800,000 plus $700,000 in Regional SWF).
Ranck will be reducing Instructional Equipment money allocations this year because the State will be decreasing the amount in the future. Enhanced Lottery will be about $300,000.
Moaty suggests increased focus for SWP on "success and equity and enrollment/recruitment”.
Items needing Board approval and deadlines are approaching fast.