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Monterey County Office of Education

Leadership, Support and Service to Prepare All Students for Success

Dr. Nancy Kotowski, County Superintendent of Schools

2018-19 Services Provided to Monterey County Office of Education and Monterey County School Districts

General Services & Business Support

Contact

Joshua R. Jorn
Chief Officer of General Services and Business Support
Phone831.784.4236
Fax831.755.1864
Emailjjorn@montereycoe.org
Maurene Coloma
Executive Administrative Assistant
Phone831.755.6422
Fax831.755.1864
Emailmcoloma@montereycoe.org

Description of Services

The General Services and Business Support Division supports the Monterey County Office of Education's focus on exemplary leadership, support and service for all programs and its 24 school districts county-wide. This mission is accomplished through the exceptional delivery of facilities and safety services in a timely and cost effective manner along with exemplary customer service.

General Services staff strives to maintain efficient, safe, clean, attractive, and inviting environment(s) for all stakeholders associated with Monterey County Office of Education.

Maintenance & Operations

Contact

Mario Aguinaga
Maintenance Operations Manager
Phone831.755.6423
Fax831.755.6474
Emailmaguinag@montereycoe.org

Description of Services

General Services strives to maintain a physical environment that supports a clean and safe instructional program for staff, students, and all stakeholders of the Monterey County schools and programs. The department offers various in-service training opportunities that cover of heating and air conditioning, electrical, plumbing, painting, emergency power systems, custodial services, security and fire systems, and new green cleaning practices for our 24 school districts county-wide. Other services are available upon request.

  • Maintenance and Custodial Training
    • Maintenance In-Service Training
      • HVAC/Mechanical
      • Electrical Safety and Common Practices
      • Safe Work Place Practices
        (Ladder Safety, Lifting, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), etc.)
      • Preventative Maintenance Planning
    • Custodial In-Service Training
      • Going Green with Products
      • Floor Maintenance and Long Term Care
      • Building Your Kit - Emergency Decontamination Kits
  • Integrated Pest Management Training
    • Prevention and Suppression Plan
    • General Services offers annual training and certification and quarterly or bi-annual refresher courses at 901 Blanco Circle.
    • Contact us to schedule a training.
  • Forklift Certification Course
    • Certified Forklift Operator Class - MCOE and School District Staff
    • Training is held in MCOE warehouse with our two (2) certified trainers on an as needed basis.
    • Contact us to schedule a training.
How we Charge?
Service ProvidedDurationFlat Rate
Maintenance In-Service WorkshopsVaries$45/person
$15/person for lunch
Custodial In-Service WorkshopsVariesFree
$15/person for lunch
Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Certification1.5 hours$45/person
$15/person for lunch
Forklift Certification4 hours$175/person
Safety and Emergency PreparednessVaries$15/person for lunch

Transportation

Contact

Patrick DeBerdt
Transportation Manager
Phone831.755.6426
Fax831.784.4166
Emailpdeberdt@montereycoe.org
Jarrett Garife
Transportation Assistant Manager
Phone831.755.6426
Fax831.784.4166
Emailjgarife@montereycoe.org

Description of Services

The MCOE Transportation Department provides transportation to and from school for approximately two-hundred (200) Special Education Students living throughout Monterey County. The special needs students range in age from 3 to 22. Our Department also offers the following items as a support to our 24 school districts county-wide. Other services are available upon request.

  • School Bus Driver Certified Training Course
    School bus training is scheduled periodically throughout the year.
    • Course Objectives
      • Information you will need to become a professional School Bus Driver
      • Ensure efficient and safe transportation in this state
      • An understanding of the basic components of the bus
      • Help you as a driver to make the proper decision when a component malfunctions
      • As a safe and professional driver you are prepared both mentally and physically to adjust your basic and advanced defensive driving skills.
      • Training on the necessary equipment for loading and unloading passengers, the laws that pertain to loading and unloading passengers, the drivers responsibilities during the loading and unloading procedures
      • Help drivers more aware of different situations encountered on field trips, understand and handle different circumstances that may be encountered, understanding of District Policies
    • Unit I - Introduction, Commercial Driver License Info
    • Unit II, III, IV - Rules & Regulations., Bus Use, Vehicle Components
    • Unit V,VI - Defensive Driving, Specialized Driving
    • Unit VII, VIII - Student Loading, Emergency Procedures
    • Unit IX, X, XI, and XII - Passenger Management, Special Needs, Public Relations, Activity Trips
  • First Aid Practices
    • First Aid Certification
    • Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Certification
    • Automated External Defibrillator (AED) Certification
  • Field Trips/Contracted Routes
    • Our Transportation Department has transit and special needs buses available for MCOE departments and Districts to contract with on an as needed basis.
    • The MCOE Transportation department will provide transportation based on the student’s school Calendar. Districts will pay their portion at the rate of $4.50 per mile for individual students riding an existing MCOE route.
    • Districts and Programs will pay an annual rate of $102,000 for full-designed route.
    • Districts will also pay the state approved Indirect Cost of 8.57% for the 2018-19 school year.
How we Charge?
Service ProvidedHourly RateFlat Rate
Original (20 hours)-$145/person
Renewal (10 hours)-$80/person
Classroom (2 hours)-$85
Behind the Wheel$100/hour-
Hourly In-Service Training$51/hour$40
CPR and AED Certification-$90
First Aid Training-$60
Field Trips$40/hour
+ $3.50/mile
-
Full Contracted Routes-$102,000/route

Facilities and Planning

Contact

Joshua R. Jorn
Chief Officer of General Services and Business Support
Phone831.784.4236
Fax831.755.1864
Emailjjorn@montereycoe.org

Description of Services

The MCOE General Services and Business Support Division can serve as a liaison for the 24 school districts for state and federal funding. The department has the capacity to provide a much needed resource to districts at a fraction of the cost charged by consultants. Some of the services offered are listed below. Other services are available upon request.

  • State Building Program Assistance
    • Office of Public School Construction (OPSC)
      • Qualified Zone Academy Bonds (QZAB)
      • New Construction, Modernization, Facility and Financial Hardship
        • Determination of Eligibility
        • Form(s)
          • 50-01 District/COE Enrollment Projections/Certification
          • 50-04 Application for Funding
          • 50-05 Fund Release Authorization
          • 50-06 Expenditure Reporting
        • Project Documentation and Fiscal Organization for OPSC Project Audit Closeout and Budget Tracking
    • Division of State Architect (DSA) & California Dept. of Education (CDE)
      • DSA project closeouts and Title 24 compliance
      • CDE applications
  • Federal Building Program Assistance
    • Qualified Zone Academy Bonds (QZAB)
      • Academy Grant Application
      • Building your programming
      • Audit and Expenditure Reporting
  • Fair and Equitable Bidding Assistance
    • California Uniform Public Construction Cost Accounting Procedure’s (CUPCCA)
      • Establish policies and protocols
      • Develop board resolution for CUPCCA
      • Public noticing and procurement requirements
      • Annual Binder
      • Pre-Qualification of contractors
  • Formal (Traditional) Bidding Practices
    • Establish policies and procedures for standardizing project delivery methods
    • Develop consortium of pre-qualified tradespersons
    • AB566 and AB1565 Contractor Pre-qualification Implementation
  • Labor Compliance Monitoring
    • Department of Industrial Relations (DIR)
      • Mandated requirement of certified payroll reporting
      • PWC-100 Forms on all projects above $1,000
  • Williams Inspection and Facilities Inspection Tool
    • Facility Inspection Tool Training
    • Site Inspections for Williams Legislation (FIT)
How we Charge?
Service ProvidedHourly RateFlat Rate
Prepare OPSC DocumentsA fee for service(s) as established in MOU
Prepare DSA/CDE DocumentsA fee for service(s) as established in MOU
Prepare/Assist in Contracts and District PoliciesA fee for service(s) as established in MOU
Williams FITA fee for service(s) as established in MOU
Training of District Staff A feeA fee for service(s) as established in MOU

 

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Contacts

Josh Jorn

Chief Officer of General Services
and Business Support

jjorn@montereycoe.org
Phone: 831.784.4236

Maurene Coloma

Executive Assistant
mcoloma@montereycoe.org
Phone: 831.755.6422 x2

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