COLLEGE PLANNING COUNCIL Wednesday, April 13, 2011, 2 - 4 pm SAC 225 AGENDA Quote for the week: “Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe.” Abraham Lincoln What can we do today that will help our students succeed? 1 1. Call to Order/Introduction of Substitutes I 2 2. Review of Agenda I 2 3. Oral Communications Members of the audience may speak to non-agenda items (2 minute limit per speaker) I 5 4. Management Dialog I/D 5 5. What we have to do together in responding to the budget crisis in Sacramento: Cabrillo Governing Board’s Budget Parameters, Guidance and Goals Topic Leader(s)—All A 25 6. When we have to make recommendations to the Governing Board (Timeline). August, 2011: Operating Reductions for 2011-12 Fiscal Year February, 2012: Operating Reductions for 2012-13 Topic Leader(s)—Victoria A 20 7. How we use shared governance to collaboratively make recommendations in the best interest of our students and community (Process) Comprehensive Prioritization of Services and Programs Topic Leader(s)—Renee and Dennis I/D 20 Building the College from the Ground Up (What programs and services are required by state and/or federal law and what programs and services are required for continued accreditation) Topic Leader(s)—Victoria and Renee I/D 20 Classified Prioritization Topic Leader(s)—Stephanie I/D 20 8. Adjourn 1 A=Action, D=Discussion, I=Information TRUSTHUMANITYCIVILITYOPTIMISM The mission of Cabrillo College is to enhance the intellectual, cultural, and economic vitality of our diverse community by a ssisting all students in their quest for lifelong learning and success in an ever-changing world. Our purpose is to provide an accessible and effective learning environment which aids students in their pursuit of transfer, career preparation, personal fulfillment, job advancement, and retraining goals. Our core values are academic freedom, critical and independent thinking, and respect for all people and cultures. Our commitment is to encourage excellence, offer a balanced curriculum, promote teaching methods for diverse learning styles, and involve and enrich our com munity.