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February 7, 2017 PRESENTATION
THE CITY OF SAN CLEMENTE & THE CITY OF SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO
CUSDs Response to the Grand Jury – Dealing with Asbestos in Orange County Public Schools
The Orange County Grand Jury issued a report titled: "Dealing with Asbestos in Orange County Public
Schools". In the report the Grand Jury made detailed recommendations to Orange County school districts
to establish documented and transparent processes to comply fully with AHERA requirements, to establish
disciplined contracting processes for safely removing asbestos and other hazardous materials, and to
commit to plans to remove asbestos from all Orange County schools.
The Capistrano Unified School District was to submit a written response to the presiding judge no later than
September 28, 2016.
"The District's practice for responding to Grand Jury requests is for Staff to respond on behalf of the
Board, and then share the response with Trustees prior to the response deadline."
Staff responded to the Honorable Charles Margines in a written letter dated September 8, 2016.
Staff stated that it shared the written response with Trustees on September 16, 2016.
Upon receipt of CUSDs responses, the Grand Jury contacted CUSD asking if the response was from the
District's governing body.
Staff brought this item on Consent Calendar to ask Trustees to (after-the-fact) ratify staff’s response.
I pulled the item, and expressed some, but not all of my concerns about Staff's response (due to a 3 minute
time constraint).
In the response, CUSD Staff state's that it cannot comply with the order to complete abatement within the next 20 years due to budget constraints.
#1 CUSD has given employees over $120 million in across the board compensation increases over the past four years, rather than fix and maintain
facilities, and
#2 According to an August 9, 2016 letter from Mayors Frank Ury and Tony Beal CUSD passed a Bond Measure for the specific purpose of fixing
Asbestos issues, and did not spend the money as directed.
CUSD Trustees ratified District's response with a 6-0-1 vote (Trustee Hatton-Hodson absent)
Learn more: http://cusdwatch.com/index.php/2-uncategorised/123-agenda-item-14-grand-jury-report-and-district-response
The Ranch Development and It’s Immediate Impact on CUSD Mello Roos Taxpayers
This Item involved 3 Board Agenda Items - #7 Modular Building Services Tesoro - # 15 Notice of Exemption For
Tesoro Classroom Addition - #19 Board Policy School of Choice 5119
The Board discussion of these three items clearly shows that the Board of Trustees was under the impression
that the three new 2 – story modular 24 classroom buildings being placed at Tesoro, San Juan Hills and San
Clemente were ADDING CAPACITY to already over crowded campuses. NOT TRUE
The Negative Declaration for San Clemente campus improvements shows:
The proposed classroom building: 24 standard classrooms 2 men’s restrooms, 2 women’s restrooms, and 4 staff
restrooms. CUSD is going to vacate the classrooms on the upper campus leaving those facilities vacant, and
move those students to the lower campus. San Clemente High will loose 37 parking places which will not be
replaced. There will be no change in student or staff numbers on this campus.
The Negative Declaration for San Juan Hills campus improvements shows:
PHASE ONE- New Parking Area - Removal of 146 parking spots, build 157 new parking spots - Net gain 11
parking spots.
PHASE TWO- Construction of two story classroom building and 5 basketball courts.
The proposed classroom building: 24 standard classrooms, 2 men’s restrooms, 2 women’s restrooms, and 4 staff
restrooms. Current student population is 2,391. The 24 classrooms would allow for an increase of 648 students
making the campus population 3,039. The current staff population on campus would remain as is- "No
increase in staff would occur under the proposed project. CUSD plans to add 648 additional students but not
hire any additional staff?
The Negative Declaration for Tesoro can not be found.
Agenda Item #7 Is a contract to lease (16) 24' X 40' Portable Classrooms + (2) 12 X 40 Restrooms for Tesoro
Agenda Item #15 Is a contract to remove 22 existing Portable Classrooms and replace them with a new 24 classroom building.
The discussion at the January 25, 2017 Board meeting revealed that Tesoro would actually loose classrooms for 2017-18 (removing 22 old
portables and leasing 16) and then gaining a new 24 classroom building when construction is complete.
In conclusion CUSD is spending $45 million dollars for 3 24 classroom buildings and they are not really new capacity. They are replacing old
portables.
TIME IS OF THE ESSENCE:
CUSD and the Ranch have a legal obligation to provide adequate facilities for ALL students.
CUSD must legally provide School of Choice Priority to Ladera Ranch Taxpayers who have legally paid into both Tesoro and San Juan Hills.
CUSD must legally provide School of Choice Priority to Talega Taxpayers who have legally paid into both San Clemente High and San Juan
Hills.
CUSD is not honoring its legal commitment to Mello Roos taxpayers. The Ranch is busing Sendero and Escencia residents to Las Flores and
Tesoro and telling Ladera Ranch residents that the school is CLOSED to them. Talega is entitled to 602 seats at San Juan Hills and is being
told that they cannot be guaranteed a seat at San Juan Hills.
The Esencia K-8 school was suppose to be open opening next fall 2017-18. There is just a dirt lot at that location. Rancho Mission Viejo
Development which is projected to add 1,118 K-8 students and 266 HS students just for the build out of Area 1 Esencia, and Area 2,
Sendero. Existing schools are way past capacity and close to 1000 students may not have seats for the start of the 2017-18 school year.
Tesoro High School, San Juan Hills High School and San Clemente High School are all impacted, with enrollment numbers that exceed
normal high school capacity of 2,400 students. According to the latest data from CDE enrollment at these three schools was (latest data
2015-16) I am trying to verify enrollment and capacity- but I have not received credible numbers that match Board Agenda information.
• Tesoro: 2,451
• San Juan Hills: 2,392
• San Clemente: 3,024
The November 6, 2013 BOT Meeting Agenda Item #1 should be read to understand how contract changes have effected CUSD and
the Ranch Developments inability to open Escencia K-8 on time.
The State of California is effecting CUSDs ability to serve our children.
It is very important that the Cities- the County – and our elected leaders join forces.
There is legal path to recover the $1.56 billion dollars owed to CUSD by the State of CA.
In 2007-08 State General Fund Revenues were $103 billion today
they are $123 billion (the $20 billion in excess revenue has been
siphoned from wealthy suburban school districts and is being
used by State elected leaders to create new programs and
entitlements that are not constitutionally mandated. The total
State budget was $146 billion In 2017-08 and has grown to $179
billion today. THE STATE HAS THE MONEY TO ADEQUATELY FUND
A MINIMUM EDUCATION FOR EVERY CHILD AND IS CHOOSING
NOT TO.
Limits per pupil funding to 2007-08 levels + inflation
Fair Political Practices Complaint against Trustee Hatton-Hodson has expanded to include
what appears to be an investigation into a racketeering scheme.
CUSD now pays more for “Professional Development” than it does on “books and supplies”. Money from school districts is paid to
ACSA Education Foundation and CDE Foundation for professional development for ALL educators and for Technology under common
core implementation and Local Control. The ACSA Foundation has political PACS that used taxpayer money funneled through the
public education system to funded Prop 51 – Prop 55 – Prop 57 and most of the Public Employee agendas to continually get increased
revenues for salaries pensions and benefits. The Chart on the following page shows how the money works.
The intent of “Local Control” was to give Districts money with no mandates on how the money was to be spent. They eliminated all
categorical programs and left Instructional content and instructional time to the individual classroom teacher – No State Mandated
Minimum Education under Local Control. Class sizes as large as negotiations will allow. No mandated spending on GATE or programing
for special needs students. It is all left to the discretion of the teacher- principal and district. The State has been giving districts
additional money in the form of one-time grants and mandated that the money be spent on Technology and Professional
Development.
TRUSTEE HATTON-HODSON
Since the FPPC was filed in August 2016 – Trustee Hatton –Hodosn has missed a lot of Board Meetings. At the January 25, 2017 BOT
Meeting the following announcement was made:
REGULAR BOARD MEETING
at 0:4:26 THE BOARD MADE THE FOLLOWING ANNOUNCEMENT:
Trustee Hatton-Hodson will not be at the meeting tonight. She has asked the Board to make the following announcement:
1. She has been diagnosed with an illness that will prevent her from discharging her Trustee duties.
2. She has been advised by her doctors that her treatment regime will allow her to return to her duties by April 2017.
3. She expects to fully recover, and appreciates the well wishes of her friends and colleagues.
Trustee Hatton-Hodson’s company
InnovateEd is in a partnership called LCAPca
with ACSA (the Association of California School
Administrators) and Progress Advisors.
InnovateEd is also part of Systems Leadership Collaborative.
CUSD wrote checks to ACSA Foundation for participation in Professional
Development with Systems Leadership collaborative. Her company has gone
from under $1 million to over $2.4 million in the last 2 years and she failed to
disclose her partnerships with these companies. Her votes on professional
development and Ed technology spending are suspect. CUSD is paying her legal
fees which have been increasing.
CUSD has no money to finance the completion of Escencia K-8 School. Las Flores and all
of our High Schools are Impacted. There are a large number of students who may not
have seats for the Fall 2017-18. A solution needs to be found immediately.
Someone has to step in and protect students and taxpayers.
Currently pending investigations include:
• FPPC Complaint against Trustee Hatton-Hodson
• IRS investigation into the CUCPTSA involvement in campaigning.
• The District Attorney has been informed.
• A complaint with the Federal EPA has been filed on behalf of all schools within CUSD
• An EPA complaint has been filed with the State EPA for the illegal dumping of paint
down a drain at Wood Canyon Elementary School.
There must be Oversight of the Capistrano Unified School District.

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2 7-17 presentationsc-sjc

  • 1. February 7, 2017 PRESENTATION THE CITY OF SAN CLEMENTE & THE CITY OF SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO
  • 2. CUSDs Response to the Grand Jury – Dealing with Asbestos in Orange County Public Schools The Orange County Grand Jury issued a report titled: "Dealing with Asbestos in Orange County Public Schools". In the report the Grand Jury made detailed recommendations to Orange County school districts to establish documented and transparent processes to comply fully with AHERA requirements, to establish disciplined contracting processes for safely removing asbestos and other hazardous materials, and to commit to plans to remove asbestos from all Orange County schools. The Capistrano Unified School District was to submit a written response to the presiding judge no later than September 28, 2016. "The District's practice for responding to Grand Jury requests is for Staff to respond on behalf of the Board, and then share the response with Trustees prior to the response deadline." Staff responded to the Honorable Charles Margines in a written letter dated September 8, 2016. Staff stated that it shared the written response with Trustees on September 16, 2016. Upon receipt of CUSDs responses, the Grand Jury contacted CUSD asking if the response was from the District's governing body. Staff brought this item on Consent Calendar to ask Trustees to (after-the-fact) ratify staff’s response. I pulled the item, and expressed some, but not all of my concerns about Staff's response (due to a 3 minute time constraint). In the response, CUSD Staff state's that it cannot comply with the order to complete abatement within the next 20 years due to budget constraints. #1 CUSD has given employees over $120 million in across the board compensation increases over the past four years, rather than fix and maintain facilities, and #2 According to an August 9, 2016 letter from Mayors Frank Ury and Tony Beal CUSD passed a Bond Measure for the specific purpose of fixing Asbestos issues, and did not spend the money as directed. CUSD Trustees ratified District's response with a 6-0-1 vote (Trustee Hatton-Hodson absent) Learn more: http://cusdwatch.com/index.php/2-uncategorised/123-agenda-item-14-grand-jury-report-and-district-response
  • 3. The Ranch Development and It’s Immediate Impact on CUSD Mello Roos Taxpayers This Item involved 3 Board Agenda Items - #7 Modular Building Services Tesoro - # 15 Notice of Exemption For Tesoro Classroom Addition - #19 Board Policy School of Choice 5119 The Board discussion of these three items clearly shows that the Board of Trustees was under the impression that the three new 2 – story modular 24 classroom buildings being placed at Tesoro, San Juan Hills and San Clemente were ADDING CAPACITY to already over crowded campuses. NOT TRUE The Negative Declaration for San Clemente campus improvements shows: The proposed classroom building: 24 standard classrooms 2 men’s restrooms, 2 women’s restrooms, and 4 staff restrooms. CUSD is going to vacate the classrooms on the upper campus leaving those facilities vacant, and move those students to the lower campus. San Clemente High will loose 37 parking places which will not be replaced. There will be no change in student or staff numbers on this campus. The Negative Declaration for San Juan Hills campus improvements shows: PHASE ONE- New Parking Area - Removal of 146 parking spots, build 157 new parking spots - Net gain 11 parking spots. PHASE TWO- Construction of two story classroom building and 5 basketball courts. The proposed classroom building: 24 standard classrooms, 2 men’s restrooms, 2 women’s restrooms, and 4 staff restrooms. Current student population is 2,391. The 24 classrooms would allow for an increase of 648 students making the campus population 3,039. The current staff population on campus would remain as is- "No increase in staff would occur under the proposed project. CUSD plans to add 648 additional students but not hire any additional staff? The Negative Declaration for Tesoro can not be found.
  • 4. Agenda Item #7 Is a contract to lease (16) 24' X 40' Portable Classrooms + (2) 12 X 40 Restrooms for Tesoro Agenda Item #15 Is a contract to remove 22 existing Portable Classrooms and replace them with a new 24 classroom building. The discussion at the January 25, 2017 Board meeting revealed that Tesoro would actually loose classrooms for 2017-18 (removing 22 old portables and leasing 16) and then gaining a new 24 classroom building when construction is complete. In conclusion CUSD is spending $45 million dollars for 3 24 classroom buildings and they are not really new capacity. They are replacing old portables. TIME IS OF THE ESSENCE: CUSD and the Ranch have a legal obligation to provide adequate facilities for ALL students. CUSD must legally provide School of Choice Priority to Ladera Ranch Taxpayers who have legally paid into both Tesoro and San Juan Hills. CUSD must legally provide School of Choice Priority to Talega Taxpayers who have legally paid into both San Clemente High and San Juan Hills. CUSD is not honoring its legal commitment to Mello Roos taxpayers. The Ranch is busing Sendero and Escencia residents to Las Flores and Tesoro and telling Ladera Ranch residents that the school is CLOSED to them. Talega is entitled to 602 seats at San Juan Hills and is being told that they cannot be guaranteed a seat at San Juan Hills. The Esencia K-8 school was suppose to be open opening next fall 2017-18. There is just a dirt lot at that location. Rancho Mission Viejo Development which is projected to add 1,118 K-8 students and 266 HS students just for the build out of Area 1 Esencia, and Area 2, Sendero. Existing schools are way past capacity and close to 1000 students may not have seats for the start of the 2017-18 school year. Tesoro High School, San Juan Hills High School and San Clemente High School are all impacted, with enrollment numbers that exceed normal high school capacity of 2,400 students. According to the latest data from CDE enrollment at these three schools was (latest data 2015-16) I am trying to verify enrollment and capacity- but I have not received credible numbers that match Board Agenda information. • Tesoro: 2,451 • San Juan Hills: 2,392 • San Clemente: 3,024
  • 5. The November 6, 2013 BOT Meeting Agenda Item #1 should be read to understand how contract changes have effected CUSD and the Ranch Developments inability to open Escencia K-8 on time.
  • 6. The State of California is effecting CUSDs ability to serve our children. It is very important that the Cities- the County – and our elected leaders join forces. There is legal path to recover the $1.56 billion dollars owed to CUSD by the State of CA. In 2007-08 State General Fund Revenues were $103 billion today they are $123 billion (the $20 billion in excess revenue has been siphoned from wealthy suburban school districts and is being used by State elected leaders to create new programs and entitlements that are not constitutionally mandated. The total State budget was $146 billion In 2017-08 and has grown to $179 billion today. THE STATE HAS THE MONEY TO ADEQUATELY FUND A MINIMUM EDUCATION FOR EVERY CHILD AND IS CHOOSING NOT TO. Limits per pupil funding to 2007-08 levels + inflation Fair Political Practices Complaint against Trustee Hatton-Hodson has expanded to include what appears to be an investigation into a racketeering scheme. CUSD now pays more for “Professional Development” than it does on “books and supplies”. Money from school districts is paid to ACSA Education Foundation and CDE Foundation for professional development for ALL educators and for Technology under common core implementation and Local Control. The ACSA Foundation has political PACS that used taxpayer money funneled through the public education system to funded Prop 51 – Prop 55 – Prop 57 and most of the Public Employee agendas to continually get increased revenues for salaries pensions and benefits. The Chart on the following page shows how the money works. The intent of “Local Control” was to give Districts money with no mandates on how the money was to be spent. They eliminated all categorical programs and left Instructional content and instructional time to the individual classroom teacher – No State Mandated Minimum Education under Local Control. Class sizes as large as negotiations will allow. No mandated spending on GATE or programing for special needs students. It is all left to the discretion of the teacher- principal and district. The State has been giving districts additional money in the form of one-time grants and mandated that the money be spent on Technology and Professional Development.
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  • 8. TRUSTEE HATTON-HODSON Since the FPPC was filed in August 2016 – Trustee Hatton –Hodosn has missed a lot of Board Meetings. At the January 25, 2017 BOT Meeting the following announcement was made: REGULAR BOARD MEETING at 0:4:26 THE BOARD MADE THE FOLLOWING ANNOUNCEMENT: Trustee Hatton-Hodson will not be at the meeting tonight. She has asked the Board to make the following announcement: 1. She has been diagnosed with an illness that will prevent her from discharging her Trustee duties. 2. She has been advised by her doctors that her treatment regime will allow her to return to her duties by April 2017. 3. She expects to fully recover, and appreciates the well wishes of her friends and colleagues. Trustee Hatton-Hodson’s company InnovateEd is in a partnership called LCAPca with ACSA (the Association of California School Administrators) and Progress Advisors. InnovateEd is also part of Systems Leadership Collaborative. CUSD wrote checks to ACSA Foundation for participation in Professional Development with Systems Leadership collaborative. Her company has gone from under $1 million to over $2.4 million in the last 2 years and she failed to disclose her partnerships with these companies. Her votes on professional development and Ed technology spending are suspect. CUSD is paying her legal fees which have been increasing.
  • 9. CUSD has no money to finance the completion of Escencia K-8 School. Las Flores and all of our High Schools are Impacted. There are a large number of students who may not have seats for the Fall 2017-18. A solution needs to be found immediately. Someone has to step in and protect students and taxpayers. Currently pending investigations include: • FPPC Complaint against Trustee Hatton-Hodson • IRS investigation into the CUCPTSA involvement in campaigning. • The District Attorney has been informed. • A complaint with the Federal EPA has been filed on behalf of all schools within CUSD • An EPA complaint has been filed with the State EPA for the illegal dumping of paint down a drain at Wood Canyon Elementary School. There must be Oversight of the Capistrano Unified School District.