HIGHLINE COMMUNITY COLLEGE

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT 9

Des Moines, Washington

 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES’ MEETING

 

AGENDA

 

February 9, 2006

 

 

                8:00 a.m.     Study Session              Building 25                   Room 411

              10:00 a.m.     Meeting                        Board Room                Building 25

 

  1.   Call to Order

         

  2.   Roll Call

 

  3.   Approve Minutes of Regular Meeting of January 19, 2006.

 

  4.   Correspondence

 

  5.   Standing Reports:

            a.  Associated Students of Highline Community College          Paul Kalchik, President

            b.  Washington Public Employees’ Association                        Gum Lai Ross, President

            c.  Highline College Education Association                               Ruth Windhover, President

            d.  Faculty Senate                                                                    Phil Droke, Chairman

 

  6.   Action Items: 

            Continuing Probation and Tenure Recommendations             Priscilla Bell

 

  7.   Reports:

 

a.  The Highline Student Union and the College Union                 Jonathan Brown, Assoc.

      Idea.  The Power of Place and Community                                Dean for Student Programs

 

b.  Area Reports:

                 Institutional Advancement                                            Lisa Skari

                 Student Services                                                         Ivan Gorne

                 Instruction                                                                    Jack Bermingham

                 General Administration                                                            Marion Davis

       

  8.   Discussion

 

  9.   Unscheduled Business

Persons wishing to testify under unscheduled business must sign up.  Testimony is limited to three minutes.

 

10.   New Business

 

11.  Adjournment

 

 

 

 

MISSION STATEMENT

We—the faculty, staff, administrators and Board of Trustees of Highline Community College—provide the members of our diverse and multifaceted community with superior educational programs and services to develop the knowledge, skills, attitudes and values necessary for productive, responsible and meaningful lives.  We seek to assist our student body and lead our community in fulfilling their life-long learning needs.