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[A. Call the Meeting to Order]

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ACCU EDUCATION REGULAR BOARD MEETING OF JUNE 7TH 2023 WILL COME TO ORDER. PURSUANT TO THE BROWN ACT THIS IS A MEETING TO THE PUBLIC AND ONLY ITEMS ON TH AGENDA WILL BE DISCUSSED THIS EVENING. PLEASE JOIN US NOW IN PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE. THE BOAR

[C. Announcements from Closed Session and Open Session Procedures]

IS ADJOURNING TO A CLOSED SESSION WITH THE FILING ITEMS WERE CONSIDERED. PUBLIC EMPLOYE DISCIPLINE RELEASE PURSUANT TO GOVERNMENT CODE 54957 THE MOTIO WAS SUBMITTED BY TRUSTEE GOLDBERG AND SECONDED BY TRUSTE SYLVESTER. THE VOTE WAS IN SUPPORT OF THE DISCIPLINE AGREEMENT. THE EMPLOYMENT ACTIO WITH THE GOVERNMENT CODE 5497 TITLE SUPERINTENDENT HUMAN RESOURCES TRUSTEE GOLDBERG THEN MADE THE MOTION AND THE VOTE WA 5-0 TO ACCEPT THE APPOINTMENT O MISS SHAUNA ASH BORN. I WOULD LIKE TO WELCOME EVERYONE TO THE MEETING AND MAKE THE FOLLOWING ANNOUNCEMENT THE BOARD VALUES YOUR INPUT ON THE IMPORTANT EDUCATION MATTERS THAT WE FACE. THE DISTRICT HAS PROVIDED MULTIPLE OPPORTUNITIES FOR PUBLIC PUTS PATIENT. PUBLIC VIEWING IS AVAILABLE VIA THE REGULAR BROADCAST AND THROUGH INTERNET WEBCAST. PLEASE NOTE THE DIFFERENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR PUBLIC AND WRITTEN COMMENTS CAN BE FOUND ON THE MAIN PAGE OF TH WRITTEN AGENDA. YOU HAVE THE OPTION TO EMAIL BY 3:00 TODAY AND BOARD MEMBERS WERE PROVIDED THESE WRITTEN COMMENTS BEFORE THE MEETING. THOSE WISHING TO ADDRESS THE BOARD IN PERSON SHOULD FILL OUT A SPEAKERS CARD AND HANDED OUT TO MISS FELDMAN AT THE SPEAKER'S DESK. IF YOU WISH TO SPEAK ON A SPECIFIC ITE PLEASE TURN IN YOUR CARD PRIOR TO THAT AGENDA ITEM. IF THE ITE YOU WISH TO SPEAK ABOUT IS NOT ON THE AGENDA PLEASE TURN IN YOUR CARD BEFORE THE PUBLIC COMMENT SECTION. HANDED BOTH SPEAKER CARDS AT THE SAME TIME TO MRS. FELLMAN. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO REGISTER YOUR CONCERN AND NOT SPEAK FILL IT OUT AT TH PUBLIC SAFETY DESK. STATEMENTS WILL BE PROVIDED TO THE BOARD MEMBERS AFTER THE MEETING. WE HAVE ALTERNATE TRUSTEE LOPEZ IS NOT ABLE TO BE WITH US TONIGHT AS SHE IS AT A VERY IMPORTANT SCHOOL EVENT. WELCOME. SMOKING IS NOT PERMITTED IN THIS BUILDING OR ANY OTHER AND THE COPIES OF THE AGENDA ARE

[D. Approval of the Agenda]

AVAILABLE IN THE LOBBY. PLEASE SILENCE ALL CELL PHONES AND WE ARE NOW AT APPROVAL OF THE AGENDA. DO WE HAVE A MOTION TO

APPROVE? >> I MOVED AT THE EXIT AGENDA B

ACCEPTED. >> THANK YOU. IS THERE ANY DISCUSSION? I AM NOT SEEING ANY PLEASE VOTE? MOTION CARRIES

[E. Student Recognitions]

5-0. THAT BRINGS US TO ITEM 2E STUDENT RECOGNITION.

>> GOOD EVENING. MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION AND DISTRICT LEADERSHIP. TONIGHT WE HAVE THE HONOR OF RECOGNIZING A STUDENT FOR INCREDIBLE ACCOMPLISHMENT. COMPETING AMONG THOUSANDS OF STUDENTS AROUND THE COUNTRY WE ARE HONORED TO RECOGNIZE GREGOR

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FOR HIS OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN THE COMPETITION. NOT ONLY WA HE THE 2022-2023 FIRST PLACE WINNER FOR THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA BUT ALSO PLACED EIGHTH NATIONALLY. PLEASE JOIN ME IN THANKING GRADUATE MEETING GREGORY FOR HIS AMAZING

ACHIEVEMENTS. >> GOOD EVENING BOARD MEMBERS AND CABINET. MY NAME IS TOSHA GOODWIN AND I AM THE PROJECT COURT NADER FOR THE CENTER FOR ADVANCED STUDIES AND RESEARCH A THOUSAND OAKS HIGH SCHOOL. I'M HERE TO PRESENT AND AWARD TO JUNIOR EMILY BRYANT. BUT BEFORE I DO THAT I NEED TO THANK THE CLASS OF 2022 GRADUATES BECAUSE WITHOUT THEM EMILY WOULD NOT BE HERE TODAY. LAST YEAR WE HAD STUDENTS IN THE CENTER THAT WER SENIORS THAT CREATED RESEARCH PROJECTS THAT DID GO TO THE VENTURA COUNTY SET SCIENCE FAIR HAD THEY GONE PREVIOUSLY THEY WERE HERE IN THE COMPUTERS AND THEY COULD NOT HAVE GONE ON OR DONE WHAT EMILY HAS NOW DONE. LAST YEAR OUR STUDENTS WENT TO THE SCIENCE FAIR BECAUSE OF THE PROTOCOLS THAT WE HAVE NOW IN PLACE AND WE HAVE BECOME A ISAF SCIENCE FAIR GROUP. THIS YEAR A THE SCIENCE FAIR EMILY WAS INVITED AS THE TOP STUDENTS TO BE ABLE TO GO FROM VENTURA COUNTY AND COMPETED WITH 1600 OTHER STUDENTS FROM 64 COUNTRIES. AS IT TURNS OUT OUR FIRST STUDENT WE'VE EVER SENT THERE ENDED UP WINNING A SPECIA AWARD FROM THE CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY FOR HER RESEARCH ON AED DRONES THAT SHE'S BEEN LOOKING TO SEE THE FEASIBILITY OF. THIS YEAR AS A SENIOR SHE WILL BE CONTINUING THAT RESEARCH PROJECT TO SEE ABOUT ACTUAL IMPLEMENTATION IN THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA. WE WOULD LIKE TO HONOR EMILY BRYAN

TODAY. >> GOOD EVENING SUPERINTENDENT MCGLOCKLIN AND MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. IT IS A

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GREAT PLEASURE AND PROFOUND ADMIRATION THAT WE EXTEND OUR HEARTFELT HEAD ADVANCEMENT HERE WITH A MOMENT OF TESTAMENT TO UNWAVERING EDUCATION AND WE CELEBRATE 75 YEARS IN VENTURA COUNTY. THEY HAD SEVEN STUDENTS AND ONE STAFF MEMBER WHO IS HER FOR THE SEVEN RECIPIENTS ALSO RECEIVED ONE IN THE BLANKETING CEREMONY WHICH IS ALSO KNOWN AS A TRADITIONAL RITUAL THAT HOLDS SIGNIFICANCE IN VARIOUS NATIVE CULTURES. IT GENERALLY INVOLVES A SPECIAL BLANKET TO HONOR IN INDIVIDUAL OR COMMEMORATE A SPECIFIC EVENT. IN THE EDUCATIO THEY SELECTED THESE STUDENTS FO OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE. WITH ACADEMIC ATTENDANCE AND ATTITUDE. WITHOUT FURTHER ADO HERE ARE YOUR HONOREES. PARKER POWERED? AND ZACHARY CUT TO WH IS NOT IN ATTENDANCE TODAY.

DANIELA A PALOMINO KATHY HILL WHO IS ALSO NOT IN ATTENDANCE TODAY. LAST BUT NOT LEAST WE WOULD LIKE TO RECOGNIZE THE SUPPORT STAFF AND OFFICE MANAGE AT REDWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL. THEY CHOSE THIS IS ONE OF THE MANY I THE EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS FOR VARIOUS DISTRICTS FOR THE TIME COMMITMENT AND EDUCATION TO

STAFF STUDENTS AND PROGRAMS. >> GOOD EVENING PRESIDENT GILL AND DR. MCGLOCKLIN. I AM HERE TONIGHT TO PRESENT THE HIGH SCHOOL TOP SCHOLARS. COMING IN FOR THE CLASS OF 2023. THE MEMBER OF THE GRADUATING CLASS THE HIGHEST GRADE POINT AVERAGE IN THE HIGH SCHOOL. TONIGHT I A PROUD TO INTRODUCE AND RECOGNIZ MIGUEL MARQUEZ WHO EARNED A 3.6 GPA IS QUOTED IN THE YEARBOOK

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AS SAYING SWITCHING SCHOOLS WAS ONE OF THE BEST CHOICES HE MADE IN HIS LIFETIME AND HIS CAREER GOAL IS TO BE IN AUTO MECHANIC.

HE PLANS TO ATTEND THE OXNARD AUTO TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM. BASED ON MY KNOWLEDGE OF HIS WORK ETHIC INTELLIGENCE AND INTEGRIT I ENSURE YOU THAT HE WILL BE A HIGHLY SOUGHT AFTER AUTO MECHANIC IN THE NEAR FUTURE. CONGRATULATIONS.

>> GOOD EVENING PRESIDENT GILL AND DR. MCGLOCKLIN. MEMBERS OF THE BOARD AND THE DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION. I AM HERE TO PRESENT THE VALEDICTORIAN FOR THE CLASS OF 2023. I AM PROUD TO INTRODUCE AND RECOGNIZE MR. BRIAN EDWARDS. HE HAS CHALLENGE HIMSELF OF THE RIGOROUS CURRICULUM AND HAS EARNED AND IMPRESSIVE GRADE POINT AVERAGE. HE WILL BE ATTENDING THE UNIVERSITY OF INDIANA NEXT YEAR TO STUDY AT THE KELLEY SCHOOL O BUSINESS. CENTURY ACADEMY WISHE HIM ALL THE BEST IN WHATEVER HE CHOOSES TO PURSUE WITH HIS STRONG ACADEMIC APTITUDE AND TR FOR EXCELLENCE WE KNOW THAT HE HAS A BRIGHT FUTURE AHEAD. ON BEHALF OF CENTURY ACADEMY, YOU DESERVE THIS AND WE THANK YOU FOR BEING OUR STUDENT.

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WE ARE ALL EXCITED. I AM BEYON ELATED TO BE HERE IN YOUR WONDERFUL PRESENCE. THIS FANTASTIC GROUP RANGING FROM 4.652 A WHOPPING 5.14 AND WE AR VERY PROUD TO RECOGNIZE THESE 3 STUDENTS THIS EVENING. WITHOUT FURTHER ADO HERE WE GO. DAVIS ARMSTRONG ATTENDING UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. IS SEA FOOD WALL AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA BERKELEY. AUDIE TRIPATHI A AT THE UNIVERSITY OF SANTA BARBARA. CAMERON COLEMAN ATTENDING UNIVERSITY OF OREGON. JOSHUA DELFIN ATTENDING UNIVERSITY SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SAN DIEGO. NOT WITH US THIS EVENING IS GWYN FONTAINE ATTENDING THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT DAVIS. AND SAMANTHA GREEN ATTENDING OXFORD TYSON GRIMES ATTENDING GRAND CANYON UNIVERSITY. A-LIST HAWKING'S AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES. EVAN HENCH SHE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA DAVIS. MICHAELA WHO ATTENDING UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA IN BERKELEY. AND SISTER RACHEL WHO ATTENDING WESTERN COLLEGE. AMBER ATTENDIN THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SA DIEGO. AND WE WILL PAUSE FOR A BRIEF INTERMISSION TO LET THE SINK IN. A FABULOUS ACCOMPLISHMENT FOR THE WONDERFU PANTHERS. CONNOR KAPPEL ATTENDING UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SAN DIEGO. SYLVIA KEE ATTENDING UNIVERSITY OF SAN DIEGO. SHE'S ACTUALLY GOING TO UCLA. GO BRUINS. EMILY COLONIC ATTENDING WESLEY. DAVID QUAN ATTENDING PRINCETON. NICHOLAS LAY ATTENDING UCLA. SKYLER LEE ATTENDING AMBER'S COLLEGE IS NO HERE TONIGHT. OUR JUNE THE TARGET AND ATTENDING UCLA. ME KNOW WHEN ATTENDING UC SAN DIEGO. NOT HERE TONIGHT IS MADELEINE PACE ATTENDING BYU.

DREW PATEL ATTENDING UC SANTA BARBARA. GRACE PAY ATTENDING U DAVIS. LUCAS PEREZ ATTENDING THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO.

KAMAN EIGHT BOCA LOU ATTENDING UC SAN DIEGO. OH AND POINTER

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ATTENDING CU BOULDER. MILES ROW ATTENDING UC BERKELEY.

CATHERINE RADER ATTENDING THE OHIO STATE. L ROUTINE ATTENDIN UCLA. ROE KNOCK US ONTO'S ATTENDING UC BERKELEY. NOT HER TONIGHT IS DYLAN SALMON ATTENDING UC BERKELEY. AND WE WILL BE WELL REPRESENTED AS CATHERINE CALLED IKE IS ATTENDING UC BERKELEY AS WELL. LINNEA TRAUTMAN AT UC SAN DIEGO NATHAN JUNE ATTENDING UCLA. NO HERE TONIGHT ALEXIA YOUNG ATTENDING STANFORD. AND HIS BROTHER EMILIO YOUNG ALSO ATTENDING STANFORD. THESE ARE THE 39 VALEDICTORIANS FROM GRABER IN HIGH SCHOOL. CONGRATULATIONS TO YOU ALL.

DO THIS ONCE SO ENJOY IT. ARE YOU READY? HERE WE GO.

ATHLETICALLY AND YOU WOULD HAVE THEM HERE BUT JUST SO WE KNOW THOUSAND OAKS HIGH SCHOOL ACTUALLY HAS THEIR AWARD CEREMONY AT THEIR SITE TONIGHT SO WE WILL BE AFFORDING THEM THIS OPPORTUNITY AT THE NEXT BOARD MEETING. WITHOUT FURTHER DO WE HAVE A FINAL VALEDICTORIA GROUP.

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>> ARE WE GOOD? OKAY. DR. MCGLOCKLIN AND SCHOOL BOARD EXECUTIVES IT IS MY HONOR TO BE HERE THIS EVENING. TO ACKNOWLEDGE AND RECOGNIZE OUR AMAZING 67 VALEDICTORIANS FROM WESTLAKE HIGH SCHOOL. WE WILL LAY OUT SOME GROUND RULES REALL QUICKLY. WERE GOING TO CALL THE NAMES OF THE COLLEGE PLEASE HOL YOUR APPLAUSE UNTIL THE END SO WE CAN DO THIS IN A GOOD LOOP AND YOU WILL HAVE A GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO TAKE THIS AT THE END. WE'RE GONNA START OFF BY GOING TO UC BERKELEY. GOING TO UC DAVIS IS TARA MAY ALSO WANT. GOING TO UC SANTA CRUZ AVA BASILE. GOING TO UCLA IS MILEY BATEMAN. GOING TO STANFORD IS JOSH VICE. GOING TO UCSB IS JASON CHAN. GOING TO UCLA IS WILLIAM CHEN. GOING TO DARTMOUT IS ALEXANDER CHEE. GOING TO UC BERKELEY IS KATIE SCHEER. GOING TO WISCONSIN IS VINCENT CIMINO.

GOING TO UCLA IS JOHN CONNELL. GOING TO UCLA IS ALESSANDRO DAVIS. GOING TO CORNELL IS DANT DELLA PENA. GOING TO PURDUE'S LEO DAY. GOING TO UCSD IS TRISTAN FERDINAND. GOING TO BROWN UNIVERSITY IS ABIGAIL FLAMER. GOING TO UCLA IS HALEY GATSBY. GOING TO USC IS DANICA GONZALES. GOING TO USC IS CATHERINE HAHN. GOING TO UCLA IS GRAYSON PAUL. GOING TO CALTECH IS RICHARD HOFFMAN. GOING TO CAL POLY SAN LUIS OBISPO IS SAMUEL RYAN. GOING TO UCLA IS SWANSON THE A DRAW MEN GOING TO UC BERKELEY IS BRANDY JENSEN. GOING TO UCSB IS YOU NE JUNK. GOING TO UCSD IS DOM POOR. GOING TO UCLA IS ROE MIRK POOR. GOING TO UCLA IS ON MARIA KOMAR. GOING TO VANDERBILT IS JASON LEE. GOING TO UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN IS STEPHEN LEE.

GOING TO UC BERKELEY IS VIVIAN LEE. GOING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS AMHERST COMMONWEALTH HONORS COLLEGE IS PAUL LEE. GOING TO CORNELL UNIVERSITY IS SHE ON LIMB. GOIN TO UC IRVINE IS KYLE LUNDGREN. GOING TO UCSD AS MINA MARCHED HIM DARK. GOING TO UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA IS GRAYSON MANLEY.

GOING TO SDSU IS SONIA MUSCLE ALI. GOING TO UCLA IS RIAN MIN DRAY. GOING TO NEW YORK UNIVERSITY IS ABRAM THE JURY.

GOING TO UCSD IS CHLOE PRAHA. GOING TO UCLA IS VANESSA PARE.

GOING TO UC BERKELEY IS ANDY PING. GOING TO BOSTON UNIVERSIT

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IS ON YOUR GOVERNOR. GOING TO UCLA IS KARINA PITTSTON. GOING TO EMORY UNIVERSITY IS MICHAEL WITT MASTER. DR. MCLAUGHLIN THI ONE IS FOR YOU. GOING TO NOTRE DAME IS SHARED IN SNOWFIELD.

GOING TO UC SANTA CRUZ IS LUKE SELDEN. GOING TO NEW YORK UNIVERSITY IS OLIVIA'S NESTING. GOING TO UC BERKELEY IS EDWARD CHEN. GOING TO THE UNIVERSITY O ILLINOIS GO KOO SUBRAMANIAN.

GOING TO DUKE IS AVIVA STRAVINSKY. GOING TO UCLA IS VIVIAN STEIN. GOING TO CAL POLY SAN LUIS OBISPO IS ALLISON STILLY. GOING TO UC DAVIS IS LAUREN TALK AND OWI. GOING TO UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA IS BENJAMIN TANG. GOING TO UCLA IS AVERY TOOK LLAMA. GOING TO UCLA IS CALISTA TRAVERSE THAT. GOING TO UC DAVIS IS KEIRA VICTOR. GOING TO YALE IS DANIEL WONG.

GOING TO UCLA IS JOSH WOOD. GOING TO UCSD IS CHERYL'S SON.

GOING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA JESSICA SHOE.

GOING TO UCLA IS JEFFREY YANG. GOING TO DUKE IS JACOB YOU. AND FINALLY GOING TO UCLA IS CONNOR ZHANG.

>> WAIT TO TAKE THE PICTURE UNTIL THEY ARE ALL THERE. WE HAVE A COUPLE MORE COMING. MAYBE THE FRONT ROW CAN SQUAT A LITTLE SO WE CAN SEE EVERYBODY. WE COULD FIGURE IT OUT. CONNOR IS IN THE BACK. MR. MERCER WE HAVE HER PICTURE. EVERYBODY LOO RIGHT AT THE MIDDLE PLEASE WE CAN SHARE PHOTOS TOO.

CONGRATULATIONS EVERYBODY AND THANK YOU SO MUCH. AT THIS TIM FOR EXITING IF YOU COULD EXIT OUT THE DOOR ON THE FAR SIDE WITH PARENTS FIRST AND STUDENTS FOLLOWING WE WOULD APPRECIATE

THAT. >>> MOVING RIGHT ALONG CONGRATULATIONS TO THE VALEDICTORIANS AND NOW WE WILL MOVE TO THE ATHLETICS PORTION O RECOGNITIONS AND CEREMONIES.

FIRST WE WILL START WITH NEWBERRY HIGH SCHOOL BOYS AND GIRLS SWIMMING.

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GODFREY AND I'M HERE WITH STEVE THE PAIR TO HONOR AND RECOGNIZE THE ELITE GIRLS SEQUIM TEAM AS WELL AS THE INDIVIDUAL GIRLS SWIM TITLES IN THEIR INDIVIDUAL EVENTS. ADDITIONALLY WE WILL BE HONORING THE BOYS INDIVIDUAL EVENT WINNERS AS WELL. PLEASE HOLD ALL APPLAUSE UNTIL THE VER END AS WE WILL FINISH READING THESE NAMES BEFORE WE GET THROUGH. FIRST WE HAVE KENZIE WHO IS 400 FREESTYLE CHAMPION AND THEN WE HAVE REESE BENTLEY AND JULIANNA BOONE. MADELEINE COPELAND. MIRREN CONLEY. CAROLY DUKE. MOLLY FITZGIBBON. SARAH GLASSMAN. LANA WHOLE SCAMP.

LANDON KING. SIMONE KAREN. SUSANNA MENDOZA. MEGAN WIN.

CAROLINE NYE BORG. THERE WAS ALSO 400 FREESTYLE RELAY. MORGA PATCH. CHARLOTTE SAMS. CHAMPION IN THE 100 BREAST STROKE.

JOCELYN SPENCE. CASSONDRA WALLET. AND CHILD PRODIGY FRESHMAN MEGAN WANG IN THE 200 METER INTERMEDIATE 100 BACKSTROKE AND 400 FREESTYLE RELAY MINOR LEAGUE CHAMPION.

ADDITIONALLY WE HAVE HAD COACH EMMA LYTHGOE AND ASSISTANT BRIA CAMPBELL. AS WELL AS DENA ESPARZA. THIS IS NEWBERRY PARK GIRLS SEQUIM SWIMMING MINOR LEAGUE CHAMPIONS. ON THE HOP COACHES LET'S GO. THANK YOU LADIES. NEXT WE HAVE THE INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS WHO ARE AL PART OF THE 200 FREESTYLE RELAY FIRST WE HAVE FINN CLAWSON. JONAH GURMAN. CAMERON HABIB. AN GRAYSON ING. ALL PART OF THE 20 FREESTYLE RELAY. CONGRATULATION

GENTLEMEN. >> HELLO EVERYONE. MY NAME IS

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CODY OWENS AND I AM THE ATHLETI DIRECTOR AT THOUSAND OAKS HIGH SCHOOL. THIS IS THE BOYS LEAGUE CHAMPION TRACK TEAM. I WILL BE INTRODUCING THEM NOW. LET'S GO AHEAD AND GIVE THEM A ROUND OF APPLAUSE. UNFORTUNATELY WE DID NOT HAVE MOST WERE TRACK ATHLETES COME BECAUSE OF OTHER OBLIGATIONS. SO WE WILL JUST CALL THE ONES THAT ARE HERE AS WELL. SO FIRST WE HAVE JARED ALAMILLO EDUARDO BATISTA TREY BOLL T COOPER BUM BURGER EDEN BURKE LUCAS CARLTON CANYON CHAN OLIVER CLIPPER ZIMMERMAN NATHAN ESHA GRAY PIERCE EDWARDS WAS ALSO A 300 METER CHAMPION.

NIGEL FITZGERALD JEREMY FRANK ISAAC GARCIA BAPTISTE GARNER JUREK DANIEL GREEN WILLIAM HOWELL LIB DEAN HARRINGTON RALP HERMAN ALEXANDER KARSTEN BRADY KARSTEN. SILAS KEMP BRADEN Q JACK MARCUS Q JACK TYLER CRACKE BLAKE LARSON SAMUEL LOPEZ HOLLERED JUSTIN LYON SCOTT SHANAHAN CHASE MARTIN RYAN MORALITY NICHOLAS NYGREN MAXIMILIAN PADILLA LEE M POSSIBLE LOW BRODY RICHMOND GABRIEL ROSS LUCAS SNYDER.

BROOKE SMITH CHRISTOPHER TROPHY. PETER TURK. AND POWELL WILLIAMS. AND HOW COULD I FORGET ARE WONDERFUL COACHES WH HELPED LEAD US TO THIS TITLE. THAT IS TODD BEARDSLEY KEVIN BURNETT HUNTER DIAZ SARAH FITZGERALD AND MORE WE HAVE 213 KIDS ON THE TRACK TEAM WHICH IS WHY IT MAY SEEM LIKE SO MANY.

JULIE HARDEN DAN PETERSON JOEL SAVAGE JAMES STIEVER TERRELL SUGGS WHO IS HERE TONIGHT. ANDREW THOMPSON MARLENE WILCOX THE HEAD COACH JONATHAN WILLIAM AND RAM FITTED.

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ONE MORE TIME FOR THOUSAND OAKS HIGH SCHOOL CHAMPIONS IN TRACK AND FIELD. PARENTS AND STUDENT ATHLETES CAN EXIT OUT OF THE SIDE DOOR.

PROUD TO BE BACK AGAIN RECOGNIZING SOME OF OUR STUDENT ATHLETES. WE WILL START OFF WIT THE WESTLAKE HIGH SCHOOL BOYS LACROSSE TEAM AND THE MONEY LEAGUE CHAMPIONS. AT THE END THEY WILL BE COMING UP TO TAKE PICTURE AND WE CAN DO THAT.

LET'S START OFF WITH COLIN ANDREWS AND RYAN ANDREWS. THOMA BOYD JOSEPH MCCONNAUGHHAY MAREK CORPUS NOLAN DAVIS BRETT AND EARLY JACK PAULETTE KILDARE FREEMAN GWEN HAVE ERRED FOSTER WONG SETH JORDAN POLE KENNEDY AIDEN CLIFF MIN OF SHOW MCCLELLAN KNOW. NICHOLAS PRE ANTHONY GOMEZ CALEB ROBERTS JACOB SNOWBLOWER FOR ERICKSON SHEDLOCK JUSTIN'S A COLA DAVID SNYDER CYRUS TO ARABIAN JACKSON WHITE AIDEN WHITEHOUSE JOSHUA

WOULD AND SCENERY WORKERS . >> THANK YOU SO MUCH.

CONGRATULATIONS. PLEASE EXIT OU OF THE SIDE DOOR.

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SO, NEXT UP IS WESTLAKE HIGH SCHOOL THAT WOULD LIKE TO HONOR AND RECOGNIZE THE BOYS SWIM TEA AS CHAMPIONS. TODAY WHEN WE RECOGNIZE THEM THEY'RE GOING TO BE CALLING INDIVIDUAL NAMES BUT WE ALSO HAD STUDENTS THAT DID EARN INDIVIDUAL AWARDS AS WELL.

SO I WILL BE READING OFF THE ORIGINAL AWARDS AS WELL AS THEI NAMES IF THE STUDENT ATHLETES DID EARN THAT. I WILL ASK THOSE PARENTS THAT ARE IN HERE ONCE AGAIN THAT WE WILL CLAP AT THE END AND GATHER IN THE MIDDLE SO HOLD YOUR APPLAUSE UNTIL THE EN IF YOU PLEASE. FIRST UP BOYS BI LYNN. DYLAN BLEATS. LUCAS BLEAT WHO WAS THE 200 YARD FREESTYLE CHAMPION. JOSHUA BROWN.

CHRISTIAN COACH. JOHN DEMAREE. LEO DANG. TIMOTHY HALL. SAMUEL OVER ON IT. THE NEXT INDIVIDUAL IS BRIAN WANG WHO WAS THE 100 YARD BRUSHSTROKE AS WELL AS A 200 YARD RELAY. DONOVAN JAMES.

DONOVAN HAD THE 100 YARD BUTTERFLY AND 200 YARD RELAY AS WELL AS THE 400 YARD FREESTYLE RELAY. THAISS IN QUITO. AUSTIN MAGES WHO HAD THE 200 YARD RELA AND THE 400 YARD FREESTYLE RELAY. CHASE MARCIL OFF WHO ALS HAD THE 400 YARD FREESTYLE RELAY. MASON MARSH LOCKE WHO HA THE MORE MONEY LEAGUE 100 YARD FREESTYLE 100 YARD BACKSTROKE 200 YARD RELAY AND 400 YARD FREESTYLE RELAY. ZACHARY MILLER LEONARDO REGARDING JACK ROBINSO BENJAMIN TANG COLIN WEST AND PRESTON SEE AND OUR HEAD COACH STEPHANIE BARLETT. NOW WE CAN APPLAUD. PLEASE EXIT OUT OF TH SIDE DOORS. NEXT UP FOR THE AWARDS WE DID HAVE SOME INDIVIDUAL WINNERS WITH THE MONEY LEAGUE CHAMPIONS IN SWIM AND TENNIS AND TRACK AND FIELD. SO WE WILL BE RECOGNIZING THOSE INDIVIDUALS AT THIS TIME. THE FIRST PERSON WE WOULD LIKE TO

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RECOGNIZE CANNOT BE WITH US THI EVENING. BUT FOR THE GIRLS SWIM TEAM WE HAD ALEXANDRA MALONE US WHO WAS THE LEAGUE CHAMPION FOR THE 500 YARD FREESTYLE BUT SHE COULD NOT BE HERE TONIGHT. NEXT UP WE WOULD LIKE TO RECOGNIZE SOME INDIVIDUAL WINNERS FOR THE MONEY LEAGUE FOR THE BOYS TENNI TEAM AND THE TITLE FOR SINGLES FROM THE MONEY LEAGUE. CONGRATULATIONS. WE LIKE TO THANK THE HEAD COACH FOR SCOTT YES CORE. AND IF YOU COULD COM AROUND TO THE FRONT WE WILL TAK A PICTURE FOR THE BOYS TENNIS TEAM. THE BIG ROUND OF APPLAUS FOR TENNIS INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS WE WILL HAVE YOU EXIT RIGHT OUT THE DOOR OVER THERE PLEASE. AS WE'RE GETTING READY TO RECOGNIZ GOOD STUDENT ATHLETES THAT COUL NOT BE HERE TONIGHT. FOR THE GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD PROGRAM AREA ON THE PEARL HAD THE CHAMPION FOR SHOTPUT. FIRST UP IS CASEY BARBARA. ADAM LEACOCK IS THE MONEY LEAGUE CHAMPION FO SHOTPUT AND DISCUS. MARCUS NORT THE CHAMPION FOR THE FOUR BY 40 METER RELAY. EISAI OKOYE THE MONEY LEAGUE CHAMPION WITH THE 400 METER DASH AS WELL AS THE CIF CHAMPION IN THE 400 METERS.

BRANDON ORLO IS THE CHAMPION FOR THE FOUR BY 400 FEET RELAY AS WELL AS THE CIF. CADE SUMMER THE CHAMPION FOR POLEVAULT. AND FINALLY TROY SPADE IS THE MONEY LEAGUE WITH THE FOUR BY 400 METER RELAY. AND ELLIE ON OSTRICH FOR THE MONEY LEAGUE CHAMPION FOUR BY 400 METER RELAY. TROY BURNS AND CHAD'S OTHER. WE WILL GET OUR COACHES DOWN HERE IN THE PICTURE AS WELL. A BIG ROUND OF APPLAUSE FOR OUR TEAM. THANK YOU SO MUC PLEASE EXIT OUT THAT DOOR AND FAMILIES THANK YOU FOR COMING.

HAVE A GREAT REST OF YOUR NIGHT BOARD PRESIDENT GILL AND BOARD

[F. Employee Recognitions]

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MEMBERS, DR. MCLAUGHLIN AND EXECUTIVE CABINET ONCE AGAIN WE WANT TO THANK YOU FOR HAVING US HERE TONIGHT. IT IS MY HONOR TO INTRODUCE A VENTURA COUNTY TEACHER OF THE YEAR FOR NEWBURY PARK HIGH SCHOOL DEBBIE DYLAN TIE. THERE'VE BEEN MANY ACCOLADES SAID AND I COULD GO O AND ON AS A TEACHER. AS A MOTHE AND TWO AMAZING CHILDREN. SHE MUST BE HATING ALL OF THIS ATTENTION SO JOIN ME IN CONGRATULATING THE VENTURA COUNTY TEACHER OF THE YEAR AND KEEP OUR FINGERS CROSSED FOR THIS AS THE STATE.

EMPLOYEES FROM OVER 50 NOMINATIONS. IT IS MY PRIVILEGE TO INTRODUCE THE 2022 2023 CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEE OF THE YEAR FIRST ASSISTANT AT WORK LATE WESTLAKE HIGH SCHOOL. ALWAYS TAKING INTO ACCOUNT TEACHER SCHEDULES THEY TAKE THE TIME TO GET TO KNOW THEM AND THEIR FAMILIES. CONGRATULATIONS.

MICHAEL BUNDY. MAINTENANCE ELECTRICIAN US MIKE IS A HUGE ASSET TO THE DEPARTMENT AND SEEMS TO BE A WALKING ENCYCLOPEDIA OF KNOWLEDGE WILLING TO SHARE THIS KNOWLEDGE WITH ANYONE WHO LISTENS. HER CUSTOMER SERVICE SKILLS ARE HER AND THEY'RE ALWAYS FRIENDLY TO THEIR COWORKERS. SCOTT DIAZ.

SCOTT DIAZ IS A TECHNICIAN AT SYCAMORE CANYON SCHOOL. SCOTT WORKS ABOVE AND BEYOND TO TROUBLESHOOT ANY AND ALL ISSUES FOR TEACHERS AND STUDENTS NEVE TOO BUSY TO PUT ASIDE WORK TO MEET THE DEMANDS OF THE STUDENTS. REPLACING A BROKEN KE TO NAVIGATING TECH ISSUES HE IS THERE FOR ALL. CHRIS DEFIES DAL WESTLAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. CHRISSY IS THE MOST KIND AND COMPASSIONATE HUMAN DEDICATED TO THE STUDENT AND IS THERE FOR THEM WHEN THEY NEED IT. A PROFOUND RESPECT FOR WHAT THEY DO KRISTI CREATES A WARM AND WELCOMING ENVIRONMENT FOR ALL GRADE LEVELS AND IS IN EXEMPLAR MEMBER OF STAFF. EVAN JULIAN TH CUSTODIAN OF LOWE'S PARIS DOES MIDDLE SCHOOL. RESPECTFUL AND ALWAYS ON TOP OF THINGS. TRULY AND OUTSTANDING CUSTODIAN HUMAN AND PART OF THE LEPPER FAMILY. INTERACTIONS ARE FULL OF GRACE

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AND KINDNESS NEVER HESITATING TO GO OUT OF THEIR WAY TO HELP OTHERS. EVAN ALWAYS HAS A CHEERFUL PRESENCE AND WILL BE THE FIRST TO GIVE YOU A SMILE. ROSE LOCKWOOD THE HEALTH CLERK AT ASPEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. ROSE IS IN INCREDIBLE ASSET TO THE COMMUNITY APPROACHING THIS ROLE WITH KINDNESS AND COMPASSION. STUDENTS LOVE TO CHECK IN WITH HER EVEN WHEN ALL IS WELL. THEY HELP OUT IN ANY CAPACITY AND ALL GROUPS HERE IN ASPEN. CONGRATULATIONS. SHANNO MENDENHALL CHILD ASSISTANT AT WEATHERFIELD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. SHANNON IS IN OUTSTANDING CAFETERIA EMPLOYEE AND RARELY TAKES TIME OFF. THREE DAYS OFF IN TWO YEARS IS WHAT I HEAR. SH IS IN EXCELLENT EXAMPLE TO STUDENTS HAVING THE BEST HEART AND MAKING SURE THAT THE CAFETERIA RUNS AT THE HIGHEST STANDARDS. SHE IS LOVED BY EVERYONE. CONGRATULATIONS. IRENE NELSON SCHOOL OFFICE MANAGER OF WEST LAKE HILLS WHO COULD NOT BE HERE TONIGHT.

BESIDES BEING A CLERICAL MASTERMIND AND ORGANIZATIONAL GURU SHE IS A MULTITASKER. WHEN STAFF APPROACHES WITH A QUESTIO OR NEED FULL ATTENTION IS GIVEN CREATING A WARM AND FESTIVE ENVIRONMENT WHICH IS DEFINITELY A STRENGTH IN THE SCHOOL IS LUCKY TO HAVE HER. NANCY OUR SAKE CLASSROOM ASSISTANT WILDWOOD ELEMENTARY. NANCY IS DEDICATED TK KAUFMAN WHO PREVIOUSLY SERVED AS A CAMPUS SAFETY ASSISTANT AND PE SPECIALIST AT WILDWOOD. DEEPLY COMMITTED TO THE JOB AND TAKING PRIDE IN ALL OF THE WORK WITH A TRUE ASSET RADIATING POSITIVE ATTITUDE DEDICATION AND TRUSTWORTHINESS.

CONGRATULATIONS. HARRIET KOSINSKI REGISTER OF NEWBERRY PARK HIGH SCHOOL. HARRIET GOES ABOVE AND BEYOND TO GET STUDENT ENROLLED WITH A METICULOUS KNOWLEDGEABLE PATIENT AND ALWAY GOING TO HELP THE STAFF STUDENT AND PARENTS WITH A SMILE ON HER FACE. NEVER PHASED BY THE AMOUN OF WORK. A TRUE ASSET TO THE SCHOOL. CONGRATULATIONS. JOE RODRIGUEZ CAMPUS SAFETY ASSISTANT. HE CONSISTENTLY DISPLAYS POSITIVELY AND ENCOURAGEMENT ALL WILDCATS TAKING TIME TO GET TO KNOW EACH STUDENT TO UNDERSTAND THEIR INDIVIDUAL NEEDS STRENGTHS AND STRUGGLES. EACH DAY COACH JOE TEACHES STUDENTS TEAMWORK AND COLLABORATION. AS WELL AS STRATEGIES FOR LASTING FRIENDSHIPS. CONGRATULATIONS. LUCY SMITH. THE SPEED SPEECH LANGUAGE SPECIALIST AT THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. SHE HAS BEEN A FAITHFUL EMPLOYEE FOR CUSD FO 25 YEARS. 23 IN SPECIAL EDUCATION ALONE OF MAKING GENUINE CONNECTIONS WITH FAMILIES. HER STUDENTS ALWAYS LOOK FORWARD TO WORKING WITH HER. SHE IS IN OUTSTANDING COLLEAGUE AND IS COMMITTED TO HER STUDENTS. CONGRATULATIONS.

>> OKAY. IT IS MY HONOR TO CONGRATULATE THE ADAPTIVE PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHER SAND STEWART OAK OR AS WE CALL HER

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COACH SAMMY AS SHE IS THE 2023 NATIONAL TEACHER OF THE YEAR FO ADAPTIVE PHYSICAL EDUCATION. THE PROCEDURES NATIONAL RECOGNITION COMES FROM A SOCIET OF PHYSICAL EDUCATORS AND THOSE THAT ENVISION A WORLD IN WHICH ALL CHILDREN ARE PREPARED TO LEAD HEALTHY AND PHYSICALLY ACTIVE LIVES. CONGRATULATIONS COACH SAMMY. WE ARE CALLING THIS PANTHER PELLUCID TONIGHT.

I'M EXCITED TO HONOR COMPUTER SCIENCE TEACHER RICHARD KIDD FO BEING NAMED ONE OF SIX OUTSTANDING MATH AND SCIENCE TEACHERS FROM CALIFORNIA WHO AR FINALISTS FOR THE 2023 PRESIDENTIAL AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE IN MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE TEACHING. RICHARD? THE PROGRAM IS A MINISTER BY THE NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION ON BEHALF OF THE WHITE HOUSE OFFIC OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY POLICIES. THIS IS THE HIGHEST HONOR BESTOWED ON THE U.S. GOVERNMENT SPECIFICALLY FOR KINDERGARTEN THROUGH 12TH GRADE SCIENCE MATHEMATICS ENGINEERING AND COMMUTER SCIENCE TEACHINGS. BESIDES BEING THE ADVISER AND TEACHER HE'S ALSO BEEN PART OF THE COMPUTER SCIENCE CLUB AND I ALSO PART OF THE CLUB THAT TEACHES YOUNG STUDENTS CODING SCHOOLS THROUGHOUT THE SCHOOL YEAR. JOIN ME IN CONGRATULATING

RICHARD KIDD. >> GOOD EVENING IT IS MY HONOR TO PRESENT TO AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS FOR THE TRI-COUNTY GATE COUNCIL WE HONOR OUR OWN RECIPIENTS. I WILL SAY THAT THI IS THE ONLY DISTRICT TO HAVE MULTIPLE RECIPIENTS AT THE AWARD. OUR FIRST RECIPIENT IS FOURTH-GRADE TEACHER AT SYCAMOR CANYON MS. TRACY ABRAHAM. AS YO MIGHT HAVE GUESSED SHE IS OUT O SCHOOL RIGHT NOW WITH HER FOURTH-GRADERS AS THEY PUT ON A PLAY. WE DID WANT TO RECOGNIZE HER AND CONGRATULATE HER AS SHE DOES SHARE THAT MISS ABRAHAM DOES GO ABOVE AND BEYOND NOT ONLY FOR STUDENTS BUT FOR ALL STUDENTS AT THE SCHOOL. SO CONGRATULATIONS TO MS. ABRAHAM. OUR SECOND GATE COUNCIL WORD RECIPIENT IS MS. STEPHANIE CASWELL. OVER THE LAST FIVE YEARS IS GIFTED AND TALENTED EDUCATION TEACHER ON SPECIAL ASSIGNMENT SHE IS DEDICATED HERSELF TO FURTHERING THE ACADEMIC AND SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING AND ENGAGEMENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR STUDENTS ACROSS CUSD. MS. CASWELL GOES ABOVE AND BEYOND TRAINING TEACHERS AND SUPPORTING STUDENT AND STAFF IN THE CLASSROOMS. PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTING CREATIVE AND CHALLENGING ACTIVITIES FOR STUDENTS AS WELL AS PROVIDING READILY ACCESSIBLE MATERIALS AND RESOURCES TO ALL TEACHERS ACROSS THE DISTRICT. SCREENING STUDENTS FOR THE GATE PROGRAM AS WELL. MS. CASWELL HA BROUGHT DEPTH TO THE EXISTING GATE PROGRAM AND REFLECTS OFTEN ON HOW TO CONTINUE TO IMPROVE EXPERIENCES FOR GIFTED LEARNERS AND ALL STUDENTS AT CB USD THROUGH EQUITABLE LENSES. MS. CASWELL IS IN ACCEPTABLE EDUCATOR AND WE ARE SO FORTUNAT TO HAVE HER HERE.

CONGRATULATIONS. >> CONGRATULATIONS. WE LIKE TO

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RECOGNIZE YOU ALL TONIGHT. IT THROWS US TO HAVE SO MANY FOLKS BEING RECOGNIZED HERE TONIGHT. WE ARE NOW ON ITEM 2G PUBLIC COMMENT. THE BOARD OF EDUCATION WANTS TO HEAR FROM STUDENTS PARENTS EMPLOYEES AND OUR COMMUNITY AS A WHOLE. ALL INDIVIDUALS HAVE THE RIGHT TO PROVIDE PUBLIC COMMENT ON GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 45954.3 COMMAS REGARDING SPECIFIC ITEMS LISTED ON THE AGENDA MUST BE MADE WHEN THE AGENDA ITEM IS CALLED. IF YOU WISH TO SPEAK ON A TOPIC THAT IS NOT ON THE AGENDA TONIGHT NOW IS THE TIME TO PROVIDE PUBLIC COMMENT. IF YOU HAVE NOT ALREADY DONE SO PLEASE HAND IN YOUR BLUE CODE T MRS. FELLMAN. IF YOU HAVE ANY BOARD MEMBER MATERIALS PLEASE HAND THEM OUT FOR DISTRIBUTION TO THE BOARD. PURSUANT TO THE BROWN ACT WE CANNOT UNDERTAKE ANY ACTION OR DISCUSSION ITEMS THAT ARE NOT ON THE POSTED AGENDA HOWEVER MEMBERS OF STAFF MAY BRIEFLY REPLY TO COMMENTS O QUESTIONS POSED BY THE PUBLIC.

USUALLY WE WILL WAIT UNTIL THE END OF PUBLIC COMMENT. BEFORE RESPONDING. YOUR COMMENTS WILL BE HEARD BY THOSE ATTENDING OR WATCHING THE BROADCAST. IN ADDITION THEY ENCOURAGE STUDENT TO SPECIFIC AFFAIRS THEREFORE W HOPE THAT STUDENTS WHO ARE

[H. Business Services - Measure I Oversight Committee Annual Report]

WATCHING THIS MEETING ARE IN TONIGHT'S AUDIENCE. PLEASE BE MINDFUL OF THAT AND MAKE YOUR COMMENTS FUNCTIONAL AND OFFER THEM IN A RESPECTFUL MANNER. IN COMPLIANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE STATE AND FEDERAL LAWS THE GOVERNING BOARD STRIVES TO RESPECT THE PRIVACY RIGHTS OF STUDENTS AND EMPLOYEES DURING OUR MEETINGS. THIS INCLUDES THE RIGHT FOR IDENTITIES OF STUDENT REMAIN CONFIDENTIAL AND WE ALSO ASK THAT SPEAKERS BE SENSITIVE TO THOSE LEGAL RIGHTS FOR POLICIES AND CONFIDENTIALITY.

THOSE REQUESTING TO SPEAK AT THIS TIME WAS BEGUN ITEMS THAT ARE NOT ON THE BOARD AGENDA. PLEASE NOTE SPEAKER CARDS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED ONCE THE BOARD STRIKES THE AGENDA ITEM WITH TH FIRST SPEAKER. IS THERE ANY PUBLIC COMMENT?

>> WE DO NOT HAVE ANY PUBLIC COMMENT.

>> THEREFORE WE MOVED TO BUSINESS SERVICES 28. MEASURE O THE OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE AND WIL REPORT WELCOME ANDREW FLETCHER.

AND MEMBERS OF THE BOARD. DR. HAYEK DOESN'T HAVE THE PRESENTATION UP BUT WE WILL BE STARTING IN JUST A MOMENT. I HAVE ABOUT FIVE MINUTES OF MATERIAL THAT I CAN RIFF UNTIL HE GETS THAT UP AND RUNNING. I AM OF COURSE HONORED TO COME IN FRONT OF YOU TONIGHT PRESENT TH ANNUAL MEASURE I REPORT. I CURRENTLY HAVE THE HONOR AND PRIVILEGE OF SERVING AS THE CHAIR OF THE MEASURE I COMMITTE FOR THE SECOND YEAR. I WANT TO RECOGNIZE THAT I HAVE TWO MEMBERS WHO ARE WITH US TONIGHT MS. GAIL GENERALLY AND MR. TONY AGAIN IN THE AUDIENCE. SO WANT TO THANK THEM FOR THEIR SERVICE AS WELL. LET'S JUMP INTO THE NEXT SLIDE PLEASE. OUR LIST OF CURRENT COMMITTEE MEMBERS WE ARE OF COURSE VERY HAPPY TO SEE THAT WE HAVE TAXPAYER ASSOCIATION REPRESENTATIVE THAT HAD BEEN MISSING FOR QUITE SOME TIME. EVERYONE ADDED SIGNIFICAN COMMENTS TO THE ANNUAL AUDIT.

AND THAT KEEPS DR. HAYEK ON HIS TOES. SUMMARY OF COMMITTEE RESPONSIBILITIES OF COURSE NOTHING IS CHANGED BUT EVERY BI OF THIS IS IMPORTANT. INFORMIN THE PUBLIC REVIEWING THE EXPENDITURES PREPARING AND PRESENTING THE ANNUAL AUDIT.

NEXT SLIDE PLEASE? WE MEET AND HAVE MET SIX TIMES THIS YEAR WITH THE LAST MEETING BEING ON MAY 9TH 2023 TO FINALIZE THIS PRESENTATION. I BELIEVE IT IS IMPORTANT TO GET THE BUY-IN AN BUY OFF FOR EACH COMMITTEE MEMBER AND WE WELCOME ALL INPUT AND CHANGES THAT WERE MADE AT THE LAST MEETING TO WHAT YOU SE IN FRONT OF YOU TONIGHT. AS I MENTIONED IN PREVIOUS TIMES I'V BEEN IN FRONT OF YOU THE STORY STARTS WITH THE BOND MEASURE. I THINK IT IS IMPORTANT TO ALWAYS PUT THAT IN FRONT OF NOT ONLY THIS BOARD BUT THE PUBLIC TO REMIND THE PUBLIC OF WHAT EXACTLY THEY VOTED ON IN 2014. A LITTLE BIT ABOUT THE BACKGROUND. THE VOTERS OVERWHELMINGLY APPROVED MEASURE I WHICH WAS $197 MILLION TO SUPPORT SCHOOL RENOVATION AND MODERNIZATION PROJECTS IN THE CONEJO VALLEY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT. THE DISTRICT CURRENTL OPERATES 31 SITES WITH A TOTAL BUILDING IN EXCESS OF 2 MILLION SQUARE FEET. OUR ROLE IN THE OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE IS PER STATE LAW TO ACT AS IN

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INDEPENDENT CITIZEN BOND WITH THE OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE.

ESTABLISHED TO MONITOR THESE EXPENDITURES AND DEAL WITH WHAT WAS PROMISED TO THE VOTERS WHO WERE ESSENTIALLY WHAT WAS FOUND IN THE BOTTOM LANGUAGE OF THIS MEASURE. THE BOND BREAKDOWN WAS $197 MILLION WITH 51 MILLION GOING TOWARD TECHNOLOGY AND THE REMAINING GOING TOWARD OUR CAPITAL. YOU WILL SEE THAT BROKEN OUT IN THE ELEMENTARY MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL EQUIPMEN AND MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGIES AS WELL AS OTHER SITES. THE COMMITTEE HIGHLIGHTS FOR THE YEAR WHICH I HAVE TO READ VERBATIM HERE BY AFFIRMING THE DISTRICT COMPLIES WITH ARTICLE 13 A SECTION 1 D3 OF THE CALIFORNIA CONSTITUTION. AS YOUR MEMBER DID PRESENT A REPOR FOR JANUARY 17TH 2023 AND IN THAT REPORT WE WENT THROUGH A NUMBER OF SPECIFIC PROJECTS AN WHAT THE GOAL IS TONIGHT WE SAW A LOT OF PROJECTS IN JANUARY THAT WE DECIDED TO SCALE BACK O A LOT OF PHOTOS. AND REALLY FOCUS ON COST SAVING AND COST-CUTTING MEASURES AND INFLATIONARY CHALLENGES WITHIN THE REPORT. SO WE'RE GOING TO DIVE INTO MORE SUBJECT MATTER VERSUS PICTURES. ALTHOUGH MY FAVORITE PROJECT I WILL GET TO VERY SHORTLY. AS YOU KNOW INFLATION CHALLENGES WITH THE COMMITTEE REVIEWING THEM PRESEN IN OUR CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS. A THE DISTRICT CONTINUES TO ANALYZE THE COST-SAVING MEASURE FOR CAMPUS MODERNIZATIONS ONE O THE OTHER HIGHLIGHTS IS BEGINNING TO RESUME OUR MONTHLY MEETING WITH ATTENDANCE PRESENTING MEASURE I AND WHAT I PERSONALLY FOUND COULD GO INTO THESE MEETINGS THAT I HAVE ENJOYED SEEING AS MEMBERS OF TH INDIVIDUAL SITES PRESENTING SUPPORTS TO FELLOW MEMBERS. THE MENTIONED MEASURE I AND CONSTRUCTIONS THAT ARE GOING ON AND THE BENEFITS THEREIN. WITH THE REACTION FURTHER IT IS A GREAT WAY TO GET READY FEEDBACK FROM INDIVIDUAL SCHOOL SITES ABOUT WHAT IS GOING ON THROUGHOUT OUR DISTRICT. AND THEN OF COURSE I DO ALSO WANT T THANK THE BOARD AND STAFF FOR THEIR SOCIAL MEDIA PRESENCE. I MADE THE REQUEST FOR US TO NOT ONLY ADD MEASURE I AND MAKE IT REALLY A PROMINENT SECTION OF OUR WEBSITE BUT ALSO TO INCREAS SOCIAL MEDIA TO TELL THE STORY AND GET IT OUT TO THE COMMUNITY I WANT TO THANK EACH MEMBER OF THE STAFF AND ANYONE WHO IS TOUCHED AND TOLD THAT STORY AND OVER THE PAST YEAR. I REALLY DO APPLAUD THEM AND I THANK YOU. THE BOND SCHEDULE AS YOU CAN SE WE ARE GOING TO BEGIN TO NOTICE THAT WE ARE CLOSING IN ON THE FINAL CHAPTERS OF MEASURE I. FIRST BOND ISSUANCE WAS HERE AN WITH THE FUTURE BOND ISSUANCE I AND ANTICIPATED 2024 RELEASE FO THE FINAL $30 MILLION. 146 MILLION OF FOREIGN CAPITAL AND 51 MILLION IN TECHNOLOGIES. AS FAR AS CAPITAL ALLOCATION GOES IS BROKEN DOWN AND I WILL GET INTO MORE DETAIL ON THE NEXT SLIDE WITH 56.3 MILLION FOR HIG SCHOOLS 30 MILLION FOR OUR ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS AND 14.9 FOR OTHER SITES THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT WITH A $3.1 MILLION CONTINGENCY. A FEW IMPORTANT POINTS TO NOTE YOU CAN SEE THE BREAKDOWN VIA SCHOOL SITES.

THERE IS 18.5 ALLOCATED FOR THOUSAND OAKS HIGH SCHOOL IN 19.3 MILLION FOR WESTLAKE AS THEY FINISHED THE STEM BUILDING I WOULD ALSO POINT OUT IN THE CONTINGENCY TOTALS THAT WE HAVE 1 MILLION FOR NEWBURY PARK HIGH SCHOOL 1 MILLION FOR THOUSAND OAKS AND ABOUT 1.8 MILLION FOR WESTLAKE HIGH SCHOOL. THOSE ARE REALLY THE NUMBERS THAT JUMP OU TO THE COMMITTEE OVER THE COURS OF THE YEAR. WE DO OF COURSE HAVE THOROUGH DISCUSSION THAT EVERY ONE OF HER MEETINGS FOR THESE NUMBERS. BASED ON THIS PURPOSE AND ALLOCATION THIS IS OF COURSE AS OF MARCH 31ST OF THE SAME YEAR. YOU CAN SEE VIA THE HIGH SCHOOL WE ARE COMING TO THE END OF SOME OF OUR PROJECTS WITH MEASURE I AND FINALIZING THE COURSE OF NEXT YEAR WITH A LOT OF OTHER MAJOR PROJECTS WHICH WE WILL TOUCH ON IN A MOMENT. NEXT SLIDE PLEASE? THIS IS REALLY A GRAPH OF STAFF PRESENTING THIS TO US WITH A MAJOR I COMMITTEE THAT JUMPED OUT AS WE CAN SEE NEARING THE END OF MANY OF OUR LOCATIONS FO WESTLAKE HIGH SCHOOL AT HORIZON

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HILLS. A LOT OF THE SCHOOLS ARE BEGINNING TO REALLY SEE AND SPEND WHAT HAS BEEN ALLOCATED T THEM. THEY ARE REALLY STARTING TO SEE THE BENEFITS OF MEASURE AND SEE THAT IT IS A TESTAMENT TO WHAT THE VOTERS WANTED TO SE SO MANY YEARS AGO WHEN THEY VOTED FOR THIS BOND MEASURE. OF COURSE THE CAPITAL CATEGORIES WE WILL READ THE INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE SCIENCE MATHEMATICS AND CAREER PREPARATION LABS WITH MODERNIZATION MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR AS WELL AS SAFETY AND SECURITY WHICH WE HEARD THE PRESENTATION I BELIEVE TWO OR THREE MEETINGS AGO FROM DR.

HAYEK ON SAFETY AND SECURITY AN PROGRAM MANAGEMENT. NEXT SLIDE PLEASE? OKAY CAPITAL EXPENDITUR DISTRICTWIDE YOU CAN SEE A BREAKDOWN OF THE CATEGORIES AND HOW IT HAS BEEN SPENT VERSUS TH ALLOCATED AMOUNT. I THINK IT IS IMPORTANT TO NOTE MANY OF THE MEMBERS OF OUR COMMITTEE HAVE HAD TO ADDRESS THIS OVER THE LAST FEW YEARS WITH THE MISINFORMATION THAT IS OUT THER ABOUT THE FUNDS FOR MEASURE EYE THERE IS A MULTITUDE OF PROJECT IN THE DISTRICT IS FREE TO MIX REVENUE IN TERMS OF THIS. BUT THE MEASURE EYE PRODUCT AND WHA THEY ARE VOTING ON IN THE BOND MEASURE ARE SET ALLOCATED AND CANNOT BE CHANGED. WE CANNOT GO AROUND USING THESE FUNDS TO PAY FOR GENERAL SALARIES OR ANYTHIN THAT IS OUTSIDE OF THE BOND MEASURE. IT IS UNFORTUNATELY SOMETHING THAT HAS COME UP OVER THE LAST YEAR AND I'VE DONE THE BEST I CAN TO ADDRESS THIS MISINFORMATION HAD ON. WE HAVE LOT OF CHATTER OUT THERE ABOUT HOW MEASURE I IS BEING SPLIT AN USED AND THERE IS A LOT OF REALLY BASELESS AS ACCUSATIONS OUT THERE. SO I WANT TO THANK THE STAFF OF THE BOARD AND OUR MEMBERS FOR TAKING THE TIME AND HELPING TO SET THE RECORD STRAIGHT. I FEEL LIKE IT IS IMPORTANT BECAUSE IT DOES CLOUD THE BENEFIT OF WHAT MEASURE EYE IS. THIS IS WHY WE ARE HERE AND WHY WE DO WHAT WE DO. IT IS IMPORTANT THAT WE CAN LOOK AT THIS INFORMATION AND SET THE RECORD STRAIGHT. NEXT SLIDE PLEASE? GETTING INTO THE TECHNOLOGY BREAKDOWN THERE IS I AVERAGE OF $100 PER STUDENT PER YEAR. $51 MILLION ENDOWMENTS AND YOU CAN SEE THE PER YEAR BASIS FOR TECHNOLOGY EQUIPMENT AND PROGRAM MANAGEMENT. TALKING TO A LOT OF TEACHERS IN THIS DISTRICT I WANT TO APPLAUD AS I'VE KNOWN A LOT OF TEACHERS FO A DECADE OR MORE NOW IN THE DISTRICT. WHAT I HAVE NOTICED EACH ONE OF THEM SAY IS THE ABILITY FOR OUR TECHNOLOGY TO GET TO CAMPUS AND HAVE THAT SUPPORT GIVING THEM EVERYTHING THEY NEED TO BE SUCCESSFUL WITHIN THE CLASSROOM I THINK IS REALLY A TESTAMENT TO THE BENEFIT THAT MEASURE EYE HAS FOUR TECHNOLOGY REASONS. NEXT SLIDE PLEASE? AND THEN OF COURS THIS IS A SCHOOL SET BREAKDOWN AS OF MARCH 31ST WITH TECHNOLOG EXPENDITURES PER SCHOOL PER SIT BASIS. AND OF COURSE THE TECHNOLOGY CATEGORIES GO WITHOU SAYING. YOU'VE SEEN PRESENTATIONS WITH ROBOTICS ENGINEERING AND SO FORTH GETTING THE TECHNOLOGY IN OUR CLASSROOMS HAS BEEN SUCH A BENEFIT FOR SO MANY OF OUR KIDS AND TEACHERS TO DO WHAT THEY DO BEST. THAT IS REALLY TO TEACH EVERYONE OF HER STUDENTS NEW AN EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES. IN THE ENDOWMENT DISTRICTWIDE YOU CAN SEE THE BREAKDOWN FROM COMPUTER AND LAPTOPS TO AUDIO AND VISUAL EQUIPMENT ALL THE WAY DOWN TO ACCESSORIES AND PROGRAM MANAGEMENT. THAT IS THE SUPPORT NEEDED TO IMPLEMENT THE NEW TECHNOLOGY AND KEEP IT UPDATED. THERE IS THE TECHNOLOGY CATALO AND A LOT OF WORK THAT GOES INT THIS. IT'S BEING SENT OUT TO EACH SCHOOL SITE AND IT DOES ALLOW THE SCHOOL ADMINISTRATOR TO LOOK THROUGH THE TECHNOLOGY AND SEE WHAT IS NEEDED FOR THE SCHOOL AND MAKE APPROPRIATE EXPENDITURES FOR TEACHERS AND STAFF FOR EACH SCHOOL SITE. FROM LAPTOPS TO PANELS AND PROJECTORS IT IS ALL THERE. THEREAFTER CHROME BOOKS AND EVERYTHING. THIS REALLY GETS INTO THE HEART OF THE MATTER

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THEY MEET WITH PRINCIPLES TO MOVE THE SITE PROJECT AND ALL CAPITAL PROJECT MANAGEMENT HAVE BEEN HANDLED BY THE DEPARTMENT STAFF FROM COST ESTIMATES TO SCOPE OF WORK ALL THE WAY DOWN TO CONDUCTING INTERNAL PROJECT AUDITS AND OF COURSE WE USE TSA FOR LIAISON WITH THE CALIFORNIA VISION OF STATE ARCHITECT FOR ANY OF OUR PROJECTS THAT REQUIR ARCHITECTURAL PLANS AND THE TECHNOLOGY SERVICES WHERE WE HAVE THE ENDOWMENT EQUIPMENT ORDERS MANAGED BY DEPARTMENT STAFF PROVIDING TECHNOLOGY INPUT TO SCHOOLS AND EVERYTHING I MENTIONED WITHIN THE PREVIOUS FEW SLIDES INITIATING RECEIVING TECHNOLOGY ORDERS WORKING WITH VENDORS RECEIVING THE ORDERS AN PROVIDING THAT SUPPORT. I THINK OVERALL WITH THE TAKE AWAY IS WE ARE LOOKING AT THE SMALL STAFF AND NOT A NUMEROUS AMOUNT THAT WORKS INCREDIBLY HARD TO MANAGE YOU TO HER SCHOOL SITES. AS IN GOING TO TALK ABOUT THIS NOW, THERE IS CREATIVITY AS SOMEONE WHO HAS BEEN INVOLVED I THE PUBLIC SECTOR BEFORE AND WORKED ON CONTRACTS WITH THE BIDDING PROCESS AND EVERYTHING THAT THE STAFF HAS TO GO THROUG TO GET THINGS DONE I HAVE NEVER SEEN A MORE CREATIVE STAFF WHEN IT COMES TO FIGURING OUT HOW W CAN GET THIS PROJECT DONE BUT D SO BY MANAGING EACH AND EVERY DOLLAR THAT MEASURE EYE HAS BROUGHT THE DISTRICT. SO WANTED TO TALK ON SOME OF THESE MOMENT WITH SEGREGATING WORK BY TRADE AND HIRING SUBCONTRACTORS DIRECTLY. THIS WILL ELIMINATE THE OVERHEAD BY IN AVERAGE OF 1 PERCENT SAVINGS. WESTLAKE HIGH SCHOOL STEM BUILDING BEING ONE OF THE BEST AND BIGGEST EXAMPLE OF THAT. DISTRICT FURNACE CONTRACTOR INSTALLED WITH THE PROJECTS OF LARGE MATERIAL EQUIPMENT COST SUCH AS PLAYGROUNDS AND HVAC THE DISTRICT WILL PURCHASE EQUIPMEN DIRECTLY FROM THE MANUFACTURER AND HAVE THE CONTRACTOR INSTALL IT. IN ADDITION TO FAVORABLE PRICING THEY SAVE ON CONTRACTOR MATERIAL MARKUPS PARTICULAR AT 10 TO 15 PERCENT. THE VALUE OF ENGINEERING AND PLANS IS HERE WITH A THOROUGH REVIEW TO REDUC COSTLY STRUCTURE AND SOMETIMES BY TRAIN CHANGING THE LAYOUT SLIGHTLY SIGNIFICANT COST CAN B REDUCED BY REDUCING THE SCOPE O WORK REQUIRED. SIMPLY MOVING DOORS A MATTER OF FEET AND CHOOSING TO REALIGN AND REDESIG A PARTICULAR PLAN TO MATCH THE ALREADY PRE-EXISTING SET OF DOORS OR WALLS CAN WORK. OPTIMA MEASURES WITH CONTRACT WORK AT ITS MORE AGGRESSIVE. THEY SIMPLY PROVIDE ESTIMATES LIMITE TO PURCHASE AND DELIVERY WITHIN 90 DAYS. WE WORK FOR SPECIFIC TRADE IS NOT SCHEDULED WITHIN ESTIMATED INFLATION HEDGE IN TH FOLLOWING HAS BEEN IMPLEMENTED WITHIN THE EVENT OF A MATERIAL COST THAT DOES NOT ESCALATE. WITH THE STORING ESTIMATES ON SITE TO LOCK-IN ESTIMATE COSTS GOOD FOR 90 DAYS. 30 DAYS PRIOR TO WORK COMMENCEMENT MORE THAN THE 90 DAYS HAVE PASSED THE CONTRACTOR RE-CEMENTS THE SUPPLIER QUOTES. IT IS ESCALATO REDUCED BY MORE THAN 10 PERCENT AND THEY WILL ADJUST THE PRICE ACCORDINGLY. THEY ARE PROTECTED FROM LARGE-SCALE ESCALATIONS.

OTHER SAVINGS WE HAVE SEEN AS A COMMITTEE ARE REVIEWING LANDSCAPING PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL. CONSIDERING USE WHEN IT CANNOT BE FINANCIALLY ACCOMMODATED RENOVATING THE EXISTING SPACES VERSUS THE NEW CONSTRUCTION WHICH WE WILL TOUC ON IN A FEW MINUTES WITH A COUPLE OF OTHER EXAMPLES. THERE ARE A FEW COST-SAVING EXAMPLES. SAME WITH THOUSAND OAKS THE SCIENCE CLASSROOMS THE CABINETR PURCHASED TO LOCK THIS IN WITH THE PRODUCTION COSTS. THERE IT IS WITH THE INFLATIONARY ISSUES ALTERNATIVE STRATEGIES ARE THERE INCLUDING SIZE AND CLASSROOM REDUCTIONS WITH CURRENT CONSTRUCTION COSTS AT 998 FEET AND IT WILL HAVE TO BE REDUCED FROM 18,000 TO 10,000 SQUARE FEET. MODULAR BUILDINGS MAY STILL BE CONSIDERED BUT AS OF THE COMPILATION OF THIS PRESENTATION THE THE BILL WILL

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DETERMINE WHETHER OR NOT THEY WILL GET IN EXISTING SCIENCE CLASSROOM TO BE UPGRADED AND MODERNIZED. NOW TO THE FUN PART CENTRAL ACADEMY MODERNIZATION AND THE CAMPUS SEPARATION FROM HORIZON HILLS ON THE NEXT SLIDE WITH THE CYPRESS ELEMENTARY OUTDOOR LAB WITH PLANTER BOXES AND NATURAL ELEMENTS. SEQUOIA MIDDLE MODERNIZATION WITH ART MUSIC AND SCIENCE CLASSROOMS AN UPGRADED FURNISHINGS. THOUSAND ARKS MARQUIS IS HERE IT IS UP AND I THINK IT IS THE ONE THING THAT WE TALKED ABOUT EVERY TIME WE'VE MET. AND THE THOUSAND OAK SCIENCE MODERNIZATION WITH NEW L.E.D. LIGHTING FLOORING AND FURNITURE UPGRADED EQUIPMENT AN TECHNOLOGIES. AND THIS IS THE BEST PROJECT THAT WE HAVE DONE.

ASPHALT REPAIR AND REPLACEMENT WHO DOESN'T WANT TO TAKE THEIR BIKE OUT THERE. THEY ARE REDEVELOPING SOME LEVELS HERE THEY PUT THIS UP. YOU CAN SEE IT THAT'S WHERE THEY APPROACH.

THEY HAVE THE ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY LEVELS AND IS REALLY THINKING AHEAD. THERE ARE A LOT OF DISCUSSIONS ON FORWARD THINKING APPROACHES FOR THESE PROJECTS. AND THEN THEY HAD THE DISTRICTWIDE SAFETY AND SECURIT WITH DR. HAYEK GIVING IT A WONDERFUL PRESENTATION A FEW MEETINGS AGO ABOUT THIS. BUT SECURITY AND SAFETY REMAIN PARAMOUNT. THIS GOES TO SHOW WHAT I FEEL IS A PIVOT FROM THE DISTRICT BECAUSE THERE WAS NOT WHOLE LOT OF DISCUSSION WAS SAFETY AND SECURITY IF YOU LOOK BACK ON THE ORIGINAL MASTER PLANS. BUT THIS REALLY GOES TO SHOW THAT WE HAVE PIVOTED AND USED OUR MEASURE EYE DOLLARS WISELY AND HAVE PUT OUR KIDS TEACHERS STAFF AND EVERYONE FIRST IN THE OVERALL SAFETY LEVELS AND WE WILL CONTINUE TO SEE THIS FOR ELEMENTARY MIDDLE SCHOOL AND HIGH SCHOOL FROM CAMERAS TO UPGRADED FIRE EQUIPMENT. THE HIGH SCHOOL ALL ACCESS RAT RESTROOMS AND THE FULLY PRIVATE STALLS AND SINKS THAT ARE HIGH SCHOOL LEVEL. AND OF COURSE WE CANNOT SAY THIS MORE WE ARE A TWITTER. I THANK YOU VERY MUCH AND WE ARE CERTAINLY AVAILABLE FOR QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS. I AM HAPPY TO ANSWER ANYTHING THAT THE BOARD HAS FREED ME TONIGHT.

THANK YOU. >> DO WE HAVE A QUESTION FOR MR

FLETCHER? >> THANK YOU ONCE AGAIN FOR COMING AND GIVING AND AMAZING PRESENTATION. I AM ALSO GLAD THAT YOU ARE GOING TO THESE MEETINGS. AND I'M VERY HAPPY THAT YOU ARE GETTING SOME VALUE IN TERMS OF FEEDBACK. WITH EVERYTHING THAT YOU HAVE HIGHLIGHTED WITH THIS STAFF AS YOU POINTED OUT ALL OF THE CREATIVITY YOU'RE MANAGING THROUGH WHAT ARE FAIRLY TOUGH TIMES IN TERMS OF INFLATION. I KNOW THERE IS A QUESTION IN THERE. AS YOU POINTED OUT THER ARE CONTINGENCY DOLLARS AND A LOT OF THAT DIDN'T END UP GOING TO A HIGH SCHOOL TO FINISH THE STEM BUILDING. WE HAVE THE REMAINING 3.1 MILLION IN CONTINGENCY FUNDING. WE ARE ABOUT TWO THIRDS OF THE WAY THROUGH THE CAPITAL EXPENDITURES. AND WE FEEL THAT THE REMAINING EXTENDED SHE IS ADEQUATE TO COVER THE MODERNIZATION AND OTHER PROJECT

WE HAVE GOING. >> FROM MY PERSPECTIVE MY ROLE IS TO MAKE SURE THAT IT GETS SPENT AND APPROPRIATELY WITH MEASURE EYE. MY POINT IN BRINGING THIS TO YOU IS THAT THIS IS A POLICY DECISION THAT MUST BE DISCUSSED AND WORKED OU ON THE BOARD LEVEL. THIS IS WHERE I. AT DR. HYATT AND SAY JUMP IN HERE AT ANY TIME. I'M SURE THE VERY END

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AND THEN AS MR. PLETCHER REFERENCED THE THINGS THAT WE D FOR INFLATION HAS TO BE ADJUSTE ALONG THIS PROJECT BY TAKING INTO CONSIDERATION WHAT CONTINGENCIES WE HAVE AND HOW MUCH WE CAN PUT TOWARD A PROJECT. THE IDEA WOULD BE TO WAIT UNTIL THE END AND THEN IF WE DON'T USE THE CONTINGENCY THEN WE WOULD SPREAD IT OUT TO THE HIGH PRIORITY PROJECTS.

>> IS THERE DISCUSSION BECAUSE NOW THAT'S WHAT YOU'RE LOOKING AT? SOMETHING THAT WILL EQUALIZE PART OF THAT CONTINGENCY FOR THOUSAND OAKS HIGH SCHOOL OR AS YOU SAID ARE WE GOING TO WAIT AND SEE WHERE WE ARE?

>> WE DON'T HAVE A CHOICE IN MAINTENANCE AS OPERATIONS AND REPAIR COME UP. BUT WHEN IT COMES TO MEASURE EYE IT WAS PROMISED TO THE VOTERS THE DISTRIBUTION OF THOSE DOLLARS AND HOW IT WAS GOING TO BE SPENT. WE SPENT THEM AT WESTLAK AND THEY ARE DONE AND IT IS OVER. WE DO EXPECT TO EQUALIZE THE THREE HIGH SCHOOLS TO MAKE SURE THEY HAVE THE SAME AMOUNT THAT WE ARE LIVING THE SCIENCE FROM SITUATIONS NOW AND WE WILL SEE HOW THAT ENDS UP AND PANS OUT. WHATEVER HAPPENS WITH THE NEWBURY PARK BUILDING WE WILL END UP REMODELING OR REPLACING BUT WE FULLY EXPECT TO EQUAL TH SCHOOLS.

>> I WILL JUST LIKE TO ADD THAT AT OUR MEETINGS WE DO HAVE THOROUGH DISCUSSIONS AS TO THE CONTINGENCIES AND THE WAYS IT WOULD BE ALLOCATED WITHIN OUR PURVIEW. SO OF COURSE I WOULD SAY WE ALL FEEL COMFORTABLE WITH THAT PATH MOVING FORWARD.

THAT IS THE EXACT ANSWER THAT WE'VE RECEIVED WITHIN OUR MEETINGS AND WE'VE DISCUSSED. WE'VE BROUGHT IT FORWARD TO YOU

TONIGHT IN THE SAME MANNER. >> THANK YOU.

>> I WOULD LIKE TO SAY THANK YO FOR THE COMPREHENSIVE REPORT AN THANK YOU DR. HAYEK AND YOUR STAFF. THANK YOU TO THE REST OF THE COMMITTEE AND THOSE PARTICULARLY WHO ARE HERE AS IT SHOWS THE DEDICATION TO IMPLEMENTING THIS TONIGHT. THAN YOU AGAIN AND WHAT A GREAT REPORT.

>> I HAD A SITE SPECIFIC QUESTION AND FIRST I WANTED TO SAY THANK YOU. I WILL NOT REPEA EVERYTHING THAT WAS SAID BUT I REALLY DO APPRECIATE ALL OF YOU WORK AND THE COMMITTEE WORK. I APPRECIATE YOU SORT OF POINTING TO THE CREATIVITY IN REGARDS TO COST REDUCTION THAT THE STAFF I UTILIZED BECAUSE THAT IS SOMETHING TO BE PROUD OF. BUT I WAS LOOKING AT THE LIST AND WHA HAS BEEN USED ALREADY. I KNOW THAT THERE ARE A FEW THAT MAY NOT HAVE USED MUCH YET. THERE HAS NOT BEEN MUCH ALLOCATED AND IN PARTICULAR THEY HAD THE EDUCATION LEVELS. DO WE HAVE AN

PLANS FOR THAT SITE AT ALL? >> WE DO HAVE SOME PLANS AT TH WAVERLEY CAMPUS. THERE IS A NUMBER OF TRANSITIONS SINCE MEASURE I CAME WHERE SENTRY WAS LOCATED WE HAD THE UCP PROGRAM AND SENTRY MOVED OVER THERE AS WELL. THE OAKS ACADEMY IS NOW LOCATED IN THAT DIRECTION AND W ARE IN THE PROCESS OF REMOVING THE PORTABLES THAT WERE THERE T REDUCE THE FOOTPRINT ON THE CAMPUS. SO WE ARE GOING TO DO A LARGE SCALE ASPHALT REPRODUCTION AS IT NEEDS TO BE RE-STRIPED AND THEN THERE ARE SOME OTHER INFRASTRUCTURE THING THAT WE WILL ADDRESS. WE HAVE BEEN SLOW PLAYING IT UNTIL THE DUST SETTLES WITH ALL OF THOSE PROGRAMS THAT CAME OUT OF THE CAMPUS SO WE DID NOT RUSH INTO ANYTHING. IF WE HAD SPENT THE MONEY THERE AND ENDED UP MOVING CENTURY TODAY I WOULD BE HAVING A VERY DIFFERENT CONVERSATION WITH YOU. WE ARE ALWAYS TRYING TO BE VERY COGNIZANT AND TAKING A FORWARD THINKING APPROACH BECAUSE EVERYONE WANTS EVERYTHING NOW BASED ON WHAT IT IS. WE ARE LOOKING AT ENROLLMENT AND ENROLLMENT PROJECTIONS AND TRYING REALLY T MAKE SURE THAT THE MONEY IS GOING TO SOLIDIFY THE INFRASTRUCTURE TO BE ABLE TO SUSTAIN OUR GENERAL MAINTENANCE AND OPERATIONS MOVING FORWARD RATHER THAN JUST JUMPING INTO ANYTHING BIG THAT WILL TAKE AWA FROM THE FUTURE.

>> THANK YOU. >> I WOULD ADD TO THAT THE MUCH OF OUR DISCUSSION IF YOU REMEMBER IN MY EARLIER PART OF THE PRESENTATION TALKED ABOUT THE LIMIT OF STAFF AND THE FACT THAT THE DISTRICT DOES MANAGE ITS OWN PROJECTS. THERE IS REALLY A HUMAN MANAGER AND MANAGING ELEMENT TO THIS. WE DISCUSSED FREQUENTLY IN OUR MEETINGS THE LONG-TERM PLAN OF MEASURE EYE AND HOW THE DISTRIC IS MANAGING THESE PROJECTS. THE REALITY IS WE DON'T HAVE ENOUGH MANPOWER TO DO EVERYTHING AND GET IT ALL ACCOMPLISHED NOW. I WILL AGAIN APPLAUD DR. HAYEK AN

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HIS STAFF FOR REALLY PLANNING OUT THE REMAINING CHAPTERS OF MEASURE EYE AND WHAT THEY ARE GOING TO ACCOMPLISH IN THIS DISTRICT. THE ANSWER IS THAT THEY HAVE A PLAN AND A GAME AND A GOAL WITH ALL OF OUR SITES. BUT A LOT OF THE TIMES IT REALL COMES DOWN TO MANPOWER TIME AND ALLOCATION.

>> I WILL ECHO THE GRATITUDE FO THE REPORT AND THE WORK. FOR TH TEAM AND DR. HAYEK IT IS AMAZIN WHAT HAS BEEN GOING ON. AND I JUST WANT TO ADD THAT I'M VERY HAPPY TO HEAR THAT THERE ARE AT LEAST THOUGHTS OF EQUALIZING AT THE HIGH SCHOOL LEVEL. I KNOW IT'S CONTINGENCY AND IT IS WAITING BUT THAT THE IDEA IS EVEN THERE IS REALLY APPRECIATED.

>> IS THERE ANY WAY TO DETERMIN AS WE KNOW THE VALUE OF OUR HOMES IN OUR COMMUNITY IS SOMETIMES REVOLVING AROUND THE SCHOOL ACADEMICALLY. IS THERE ANY NUMBER A CORRELATION TO DETERMINE THE HOUSE VALUE INCREASE BASED ON SCHOOLS THAT HAVE GONE THROUGH ANY KIND OF MEASURE I TYPE BOND ISSUANCES? AND YOU MAY NOT HAVE AND ANSWER BUT I DON'T EXPECT ONE RIGHT NOW. BUT I THINK IF THERE IS SOME WAY TO DETERMINE OR EXPLAI TO HER COMMUNITY THE INCREASE O THEIR VALUE OF THEIR HOME BASED ON THE NUMBER OF DOLLARS SPENT ON FACILITY UPGRADES OR TECHNOLOGY AND ACADEMICS I KNOW THERE ARE MANY FACTORS IN THE HOME VALUES BUT IF THERE IS ANYTHING OUT THERE WE COULD JOT THAT DOWN AT SOME POINT AND PUT THE ALGORITHM TO WORK AND SEE I WE CAN SHOOT OUT SOMETHING THAT WOULD HELP OUR COMMUNITY TO UNDERSTAND THE VALUE OF THEIR HOMES AND HOW IT INCREASES BASE

ON THESE PROJECTS. >> I WILL SAY THAT EVERY TIME W DO A BOND ISSUE WE LOOK AT PROPERTY VALUES. WHEN MEASURE I WAS APPROVED IN 2014 THE EXPECTATION WAS THAT THE ASSESSED HOME VALUES WOULD INCREASE BETWEEN THREE AND FOUR PERCENT AND WE EXCEEDED THAT EVERY YEAR FROM 2016 ON. AND I' NOT GONNA SAY IT'S BECAUSE OF MEASURE EYE BUT IT IS BECAUSE O THE SCHOOLS. PEOPLE WANT TO MOV AND LIVE IN OUR COMMUNITY AND I THINK THE INVESTMENT THAT WE AR PUTTING IN THE SCHOOL IS VISIBLE. IT IS SEEN AND WHETHER YOU SEND THE KIDS TOR SCHOOLS ARE NOT WHEN YOU DRIVE BY YOU CAN SEE IT WHEN YOU DRIVE BY WESTLAKE HIGH SCHOOL YOU CAN SE IT. WHEN YOU DRIVE BY SENTRY ACADEMY AND LOOK AT IT THREE YEARS AGO AND NOW LOOK AT IT AGAIN TODAY WE'VE BEEN GETTING NOTHING BUT POSITIVE COMMENTS FROM THE SURROUNDING COMMUNITIES. AND I WILL SAY THA WE'VE BEEN THROUGH A NUMBER OF ECONOMIC FORUMS AND FORECASTS AND SUCH. WHEN LOOKING FOR PLACES TO SETTLE YOU HAVE JOBS AND CAREERS BUT THOSE WITH CHILDREN ARE LOOKING FOR GOOD SCHOOL SYSTEMS. AND WE CONTINUE TO POP UP AND I THINK THAT MEASURE EYE IS GIVING US THE ABILITY TO MAKE THOSE VISIBLE IMPROVEMENTS TO THE CAMPUSES THAT HAVE TRANSLATED NOW INTO THOSE IN THE COMMUNITY AND THOS LOOKING TO MOVE INTO THE COMMUNITY SAYING OUR SCHOOLS LOOK REALLY GOOD. IT IS NOT A MATHEMATICAL ANSWER. BUT I WILL STAND BEHIND IT.

>> CAN I ADD TO THAT? YOU TOUCHED ON SOMETHING EARLIER THAT WE'VE DONE A REALLY GOOD JOB RECENTLY AND IT'S NOT JUST BEING ABLE TO DRIVE BY HIS SCHOOL AND SEE ALL OF THIS OUT FRONT IS THE COMMUNICATION THA HAS ALSO TAKEN PLACE. THE SOCIA MEDIA MANAGERS IT'S NOW ON WEBSITES AND I THINK WE'VE DONE A MUCH BETTER JOB LETTING THE COMMUNITY KNOW WHERE THE MONEY IS GOING. SO I APPRECIATE THE WORK THAT THE COMMITTEE HAS DON THROUGH THE DISTRICT AND EVERYONE.

>> YOU ARE LETTING ME OFF EASY THIS YEAR. THANK YOU VERY MUCH.

[I. Budget / LCAP Committee Annual Report]

ARE ON ITEM TO EYE WITH THE ANNUAL REPORT. WE WELCOME THE

COMMITTEE CHAIR ALICE TWO. >> WE DO NOT HAVE A TWITTER. SO WE DO NEED TO GET ON THAT. GOOD EVENING EVERYONE. DISTRICT ADMI AND DISTRICT STAFF, PARENTS BOARD MEMBERS , TEACHERS AND STUDENTS. I WOULD LIKE TO SAY AND ECHO OF A CONGRATULATIONS T ALL THE STAFF EMPLOYEES AND STUDENTS FOR THEIR ACHIEVEMENTS THEY WERE RECOGNIZED FOR THIS EVENING. GOOD JOB. NEXT SLIDE PLEASE? OKAY. FIRST LET'S REVIE THE COMMITTEE OVERVIEW. BEFORE

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WE DELVE IN TOO FAR I WOULD LIK TO TOUCH UPON THE COMMUNITY DUTIES WHICH INCLUDE BUT ARE NO LIMITED TO MAKING RECOMMENDATIONS REGARDING BUDGE PRIORITIES, RECOMMENDING COST REDUCTION STRATEGIES SUCH AS IDENTIFYING SERVICES THAT MAY B REDUCED. REVIEWING THE CLARITY AND EFFECTIVENESS OF COMMUNICATIONS AND PRESENTING PROGRESS REPORTS ON THE COMMITTEE WORK AND FINAL REPORT OF RECOMMENDATIONS TO THE SUPERINTENDENT OR DESIGNEE DID COURTS. NEXT SLIDE PLEASE. AS YOU CAN SEE THIS COMMITTEE IS ONE OF THE MOST DIVERSE WHEN IT COMES TO EDUCATION PARTNERSHIPS LIKE MEASURE I WE HAVE MANY MEMBERS HERE AND A LOT OF THEM ARE UP HERE TONIGHT SITTING IN THE AUDIENCE AS WELL. SO THANK YOU ALL FOR BEING HERE AND THAN YOU FOR ALL OF YOUR HARD WORK. WE HAVE BOARD MEMBERS AND MEMBERS FROM THE ADMINISTRATION AND STUDENT STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES UNION REPS AND MORE THAT ARE ALL HERE TO HAVE COME TOGETHER TO CREATE AND INCREDIBLE BREADTH OF STAKEHOLDERS. THE DIVERSITY OF THIS GROUP IS CRITICAL TO ENSUR THE MOST COMPLETE AND EQUITABLE DISCUSSIONS AND COLLABORATIONS THAT TAKE PLACE. I WANT TO THAN ALL OF THESE MEMBERS FOR TAKING THEIR TIME IN THE LATE AFTERNOONS AND PERSONAL HOURS FOR THIS ENDEAVOR. THEY WERE AL ASKED TO STUDY AND CONTRIBUTE FEEDBACK AND QUESTIONS IN ORDER TO ENSURE ROBUST AND PRODUCTIVE BYLAWS. I KNOW THAT ESPECIALLY FOR THIS YEAR WOULD EVERYONE HA DONE THIS WORK IT WAS QUITE AN ASK. IN PARTICULAR I WOULD LIKE TO THANK MR. LOU AND MARIA NATH FOR THEIR BEHIND-THE-SCENES COLLABORATION AND HARD WORK. THEY REALLY SHOULDERED MUCH OF THE BURDEN SO A BIG THANK YOU T ALL OF THEM. OKAY. THIS WAS A CHARGE OF THE COMMITTEE GIVEN T US BY THE BOARD OF EDUCATION.

ONE WAS TO REVIEW AND PROVIDE THE EVALUATION OF SERVICES PLUS SPENDING DEADLINES. IN THE LAST ONE WAS TO ENSURE THE REVISED PLANS BE PUBLICLY POSTED ON THE DISTRICT WEBSITE. HERE ARE THE KEY SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS LINKED BELOW SO THAT THE PRESENTATION THAT WAS GIVEN IS HERE AND THE SR THREE SPENDING PLAN. NEXT SLIDE PLEASE? OKAY. NOW WE ARE GETTING INTO ALL OF THE BACKGROUND. THIS IS THE SAME INFORMATION WAS PRESENTED TO TH BOARD OF EDUCATION AND THE PUBLIC IN THE FALL OF 2021 TO THE PRESENTATION OF THE SR THRE PLAN. WE REVIEWED THE OVERALL PROVISIONS EARLIER THIS SCHOOL YEAR AS KEY BACKGROUND. IT IS IMPORTANT TO NOTE THAT THE CRITERIA TO APPROPRIATELY USE THE FUND IS DETERMINED BY FEDERAL LEGISLATION. NEXT SLIDE PLEASE? FOR THIS YEAR WE HAD A TOTAL OF EIGHT MEETINGS AND THI WAS OUR SCHEDULE. I WOULD LIKE TO NOTE THAT WE HAD TWO MEETING IN OCTOBER AND WE ACTUALLY PUSH BACK OUR SEPTEMBER MEETING AND THAT IS BY THERETO IN OCTOBER. DURING OUR MEETINGS WE DID REVIEW THE SR THREE SPENDING PLAN AND ITS SPENDING. HERE AR YOUR TOPICS THAT COMPRISE THE S 83 PLAN. I WILL NOT DETAIL THEM OUT YOU CAN SEE FOR THEMSELVES.

ASK QUESTIONS AND SPECIFIC SOURCES WERE NOTED. NEXT SLIDE PLEASE. OKAY. HOW DO WE -- WHA DO OUR DISCUSSIONS LOOK LIKE? THEY DID INCLUDE BASICALLY INFORMATION GIVEN BY DISTRICT STAFF OR ADMIN. ALSO PLANNING THOSE METRICS. INCLUDED IN THEIR ARE THE ONLINE LEARNING PLATFORMS EXPANDED LEARNING, ACADEMIC INTERVENTIONS, MONITORING. PART OF THIS ONGOING DISCUSSION AMONGST THE COMMITTEE WITH STAFF WAS ANALYSIS OF EFFECTIVENESS OF THESE ACTIONS WHICH INCLUDED THESE METRICS ALONG WITH OTHER ASPECTS OF THE PLAN. AFTER WE LEARNED AND DISCUSSED AND ANALYZED ALL OF THE TOPICS AN ITEMS, WE ACTUALLY DID TWO ROUNDS OF SURVEYS TO RANK THEM AND DETERMINE THEIR IMPORTANCE. THIS IS THE PROCESS THAT HAPPENED. IN THE FIRST SURVEY, ROUND ONE, ALL TOPICS WERE INCLUDED. ALL LINE ITEMS WERE INCLUDED. ALL LINE ITEMS WITHI A TOPIC ARE RANKED WITHIN THAT CATEGORY OR TOPIC AS MOST TO

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LEAST IMPORTANT BY EACH MEMBER. THE LAST LINE ITEM THAT TAKES FIRST PLACE FOR EACH TOPIC MOVE TO ROUND TWO. FOR SURVEY ROUND TWO, ALL FIRST-PLACE ITEMS PER TOPIC ARE RANKED SO EACH MEMBE THEN PICKS THE TOP SIX LINE ITEMS. THE TOP SIX ARE RANKED FROM FIRST SO EACH MEMBER THEN PICKS THE TOP SIX LINE ITEMS. THE TOP SIX ARE RANKED FROM 1ST TO 6TH PLACE. THE MEMBER PICKS THE LINE ITEM IS FIRST-PLACE AN IS AWARDED SIX POINT. IF THEY PICK SOMETHING IN SIX PLACES EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN. THIS IS WHAT WE CAME UP WITH AFTER ALL THE POINTS WERE ASSIGNED. THEY ARE OUR RECOMMENDED PRIORITIES. NEXT SLIDE, PLEASE. HERE ARE THOSE PRIORITIES. I WILL TAKE THE MOST TIME FOR THIS REPORT TO GO OVER THEM. IT'S REALLY TH FRUIT OF OUR WORK THIS YEAR.

OUR COMMITTEE COLLECTIVELY AGREED THAT NUMBER ONE , WELLNESS CENTERS AT HIGH SCHOOLS. ADDITIONAL HOURS FOR BILINGUAL EDUCATORS. THREE, ADDITIONAL COTEACHING SECTIONS AT ADDITIONAL SITES. ADDITIONAL SCHOOLS FED FUNDS TO ADDRESS LOST INSTRUCTIONAL TIME. ADDITIONAL SCHOOL SITE FUNDS FO ACTIVITIES ARE TARGETED POPULATIONS. ADDITIONAL HOURS FOR CAMPUS SAFETY SYSTEMS. ADDITIONAL ELEMENTARY SPECIALISTS. EARLY BACK PROGRA AND TRANSPORTATION FOR FOSTER AND HOMELESS YOUTH. STIPENDS FO BILINGUAL TEACHERS. VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS. ONLINE LEARNING PLATFORM. APPLYING THOSE MATERIALS. THOSE ARE THE RECOMMENDED PRIORITIES TO THE BOARD OF HOW WE FORCE RANK THE IMPORTANCE OF ALL THE LINE ITEMS. NEXT SLIDE, PLEASE. BEFORE I TAKE QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS, I JUST WANTED TO ASK LIKE I DID LAST YEAR, WHAT WOUL BE THE CHARGE FOR THE COMMUNITY LAST YEAR. DURING THE LAST MEETING IN MAY FOR THE COMMITTEE, WE CAME TO THE CONSENSUS ABOUT A POSSIBLE CHARGE EVALUATING PROGRAMS NOT JUST FROM SR THREE, BUT THE ENTIRE BUDGET AND PROVIDING IN-DEPTH ANALYSIS. ANOTHER THIN THAT WAS DISCUSSED, POSSIBLY REDEFINING THE ROLES OF EACH MEMBER'S IN TERMS OF MAKING SURE ALL MEMBER REPRESENTATIVE GO BACK TO THE REPRESENTATIVE GROUPS. HAVE A DISCUSSION AND BRING FORTH WHATEVER CONSENSUS THE GROUP CAME UP WITH FOR SAI LINE ITEM OR TOPIC. A COUPLE YEARS AGO, PRE-PANDEMIC, NO ON REMEMBERS, WE USE TOOLS TO EVALUATE AND MAKE RECOMMENDATIONS TO THE BOARD WHILE WE EVALUATED A SELECT NUMBER OF LINE ITEMS. I JUST WANTED TO MENTION THAT. THAT IS AN OPTION TO USE THAT AGAIN OR CREATE NEW TOOLS. THAT'S REALL IT. I JUST WANT TO SAY THANK YO ALL, FOR YOUR SUPPORT AND ANY QUESTIONS?

>> THANK YOU, VERY MUCH FOR YOU LEADERSHIP IN THIS VERY INFORMATIVE PRESENTATION. DO WE HAVE QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS?

>> GO AHEAD. >> THANK YOU, SO MUCH. THAT WAS A GREAT REPORT I REMEMBER VERY CLEARLY YOUR REPORT FROM LAST YEAR. I KNOW THIS WORK IS REALL IMPORTANT AS WE LOOK AHEAD. I HAVE A COUPLE OF QUESTIONS I GUESS ONE IS FOR ME TRYING TO UNDERSTAND HOW THESE RECOMMENDATIONS MIGHT FIT IN TO WHAT WE'RE DOING NEXT YEAR.

>> I THINK I CAN ANSWER IT. WHAT WE ARE HOPING IS TO SAY BEYOND THE END OF 2024, THAT'S THE DEADLINE FOR WHEN THE SPENDING HAS TO BE DONE. WHAT D WE THINK IS THE MOST VALUABLE AND WHAT POSSIBLY SHOULD BE CONTINUED IN TERMS OF INCLUDIN THE BUDGET BEYOND THAT? THAT WAS PART OF THE REASON WHY WE RANKED IT. WE ALSO WANTED TO SHOW AND EVALUATE WHAT WENT REALLY WELL. WHAT IS A GOOD INVESTMENT AND WHERE WE SHOULD BE INVESTING IN THE FUTURE OR EXPAND. IF WE CAN GO BACK A COUPLE SLIDES, PLEASE. EVERYON KNOWS ABOUT WELLNESS CENTERS.

IS IT REALLY THAT BIG OF A SURPRISE ? I KNOW WE GOT A GRAN FOR IT TOO BUT IT REALLY SHOWS A CONSENSUS OF THE DIVERSE STAKEHOLDERS WE ALL BELIEVE THI IS INCREDIBLY IMPORTANT. WHEN I COMES DOWN TO WHETHER THERE IS FISCAL CLIFF IN THE FUTURE, A

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RECESSION, THINGS LIKE THAT, WE CAN SAY HERE'S WHAT WE ANALYZED. WE BELIEVE THIS IS A IMPORTANT DRINKING. THAT IS TH RECOMMENDATION I HOPE IS TAKEN INTO CONSIDERATION WHEN THERE I DISCUSSIONS ABOUT POSSIBLE SETTING BUDGETS WE CAN PAY FOR EVERYTHING FOREVER RIGHT? THAT'S WHAT ALL THE GRANTS ARE COMING TO A RAPID END. THAT'S JUST A REALITY. DOES THAT

ANSWER YOUR QUESTION? >> REALLY THIS IS FORWARD THINKING IN TERMS OF WHEN WHEN WE SPEND IT ALL, WHAT SHOULD WE REALLY BE THINKING AHEAD ABOUT WANTING TO MAKE SURE WE CONTINU WHEN THESE ONE-TIME FUNDS ARE GONE.

>> THAT'S ABSOLUTELY PART OF IT PART OF IT IS ALSO TAKE A LOOK AND EVALUATE WHAT WE SPENT THE MONEY ON. WE WANT TO TAKE A LOO AND SAY JUST LIKE OUR BUDGET, WAS THAT EFFECTIVE? WAS IT WORT IT? FORWARD THINKING. I THINK WE ALL BELIEVE IN FORWARD THINKING IN OUR COMMUNITY WE ALSO HAVE TO BE FISCALLY RESPONSIBLE. HOW DO WE PRAY TO PRIORITIZE GIVEN A DECREASING BUDGET IN THE FUTURE? VERY NEAR FUTURE. SO, YES.

>> JUST ON THAT LAST COMMENT ABOUT THE FUTURE. ULTIMATELY THESE ARE DOLLARS AND PROGRAMS WITH IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGIES HOWEVER YOU WANT TO LOOK AT IT. THEY ARE GOING TO GO LAY AND W WILL HAVE TO FIGURE OUT WHAT ARE WE GOING TO REPLACE? WHAT WILL DROP OFF FROM THE GENERAL FUNDS AND WHAT WILL MOVE INTO THAT SPOT? WHAT WILL THAT MATC YOU WHEN WE TRANSITION OVER TO THAT IF ANY OF THOSE PRIORITIE MOVE OVER. THERE IS THAT PIECE WE WILL HAVE TO THINK ABOUT IN THE FUTURE IT'S NOT JUST ABOUT GOING THROUGH THE DOLLARS BUT WHAT IS THE FUTURE OF OUR GENERAL FUNDING DOLLARS AND HOW ARE WE GOING TO LOOK AT PROGRAM MOVING FORWARD WITH -- AS WE KNOW, THERE IS INFLATION .

HEALTH AND BENEFIT INCREASES. SALARY INCREASES THERE IS A WHOLE MULTITUDE OF THINGS WE HAVE TO CONSIDER MOVING FORWARD HAULA THAT LOOK WITH OUR STUDENT PROGRAMS AT THE SAME

TIME? >> I WANT TO NOTE THIS WAS PURELY STRIPPED FOR EXAMPLE TH WELLNESS CENTER THERE WAS A GRANT WE DID NOT TALK ABOUT THERE IS ADDITIONAL GRANTS IT SHOULD MAYBE FACTOR IN. IT IS BASED ON MERIT WHAT WE SAW AS EDUCATIONAL PARTNERS WE SAW THE VALUE THROUGH THE PRESENTATION GIVEN BY THE DISTRICT STAFF.

COMMITTEE. I DO WANT TO THANK YOU FOR GUIDING ESTHER THAT I BELIEVE THAT YOUR ABILITY TO USE OBJECTIVE DATA AND MODELS, WHETHER IT WAS THE MATRIX FROM COUPLE YEARS AGO, IT HAS BEEN VERY HELPFUL IN CREATING AN OBJECTIVE SET OF INFORMATION .

PART OF MY QUESTION . I FILLED OUT MY SURVEY. WERE THERE ANY SURPRISES THAT YOU STOP ONCE ALL OF THE DATA WAS COLLECTED? THE TOP FIVE? IT'S REALLY FIVE WITH THAT CLUSTER AT THE TOP.

ARE THERE ANY SURPRISES FROM THE DISCUSSIONS HE THOUGHT MIGH HAVE RISEN UP HIGHER? THINGS YOU'RE SURPRISED WERE RANKED AS

HIGH? >> THERE SOMETHING THAT WAS NOTED TO THE STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES WHERE THEY REALLY THOUGHT THE CAMPUS SUPERVISORS, HAVING THEM SHOUL HAVE BEEN RANKED HIGHER. THAT I SOMETHING THEY DIDN'T KNOW WHEN WE REVIEWED THE RESULTS THAT SOMETHING THE ADULTS AND STAFF WOULDN'T KNOW BECAUSE WE ARE NO STUDENTS. WHEN THEY SHARED , STUDENTS -- NOT ALL OF THEM FEE SAFE EVEN USING THE RESTROOM ON CAMPUS THEY EITHER WAIT OR LEAV TO GO HOME, TO USE IT. THAT IS SOME INFORMATION THAT DID NOT COME UP. THE CAMPUS ADVISERS RANKED NUMBER SIX. HAD WE KNOW THAT INFORMATION, EVEN THOUGH IT WAS ANECDOTAL, THAT MIGHT HAVE BUMPED IT UP A LITTLE BIT POINT ABOUT GOING FORWARD. MEMBERS OF THAT COMMITTEE GETTING MORE INFORMATION WHETHE IT'S FROM THE STUDENTS OR WHEREVER THEY ARE COMING FROM. SO THAT THEY CAN BROADEN THAT.

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THAT POSITION. >> GOING FORWARD I DO THINK THA THE MOST EFFICIENT AND BEST US OF EVERYONE'S TIME AS WE ARE AL WRAPS, IT CAN GO BACK TO THE COMMITTEE MEMBERS. YOU KNOW, W HAVE A LOT OF PEOPLE ON THE DIC OBVIOUSLY BUT THE STUDENT WRAPS AND THE PARENTS AND THE PRINCIPLES FOR ALL OF US GOING BACK IN THE LABOR ASSOCIATION I I THINK IT NEEDS TO BE ARTICULATED AND REDEFINED THE CHARGE OF EACH MEMBER IS TO TAK THE BUDGET MEETING BACK AND ACTIVELY DISCUSS SO ANECDOTAL INFORMATION LIKE THAT WOULD HAV MADE IT TO THE TABLE. WE CAN SE THAT AS SOMETHING WE CAN IMPROVE GOING FOR NEXT YEAR, THAT IS VERY POSSIBLE TO DO.

YOU VERY VERY MUCH THE THOROUGHNESS OF YOUR REPORT THANK YOU TO YOUR WHOLE COMMITTEE. I HAVE CONCERN AND I WAS WONDERING. CAN WE CLARIFY -- THESE ARE ALL PRIORITIES.

>> EVEN IF IT'S NUMBER 10, 11 O 12. IT DOESN'T MEAN IT'S NOT A PRIORITY. WE ARE NOT PUTTING AT THE BOTTOM.

>> ANYTHING WITH THE PLAN IS A PRIORITY. WE ARE SUCH A SIMPLY FORCED RANKING THEM BECAUSE IT PROVIDES OBJECTIVITY RIGHT? LIKE I SAID, THE DOLLARS ARE GOING TO BE SPENT WE DON'T FORESEE . THERE'S NO MORE COVI AS FAR AS I KNOW. WE HAVE TO A THE END OF 2024 AS WE MOVE TO CREATING THE NEW CAP THAT HAPPENS NEXT YEAR, WE BELIEVE IT IS IMPORTANT TO HAVE SOME OBJECTIVITY IN TERMS OF WE SPENT ALL THAT MONEY ON ALL THESE PRIORITIES, WHAT DO WE THINK WAS THE MOST IMPORTANT AN EFFECTIVE? SO WE CAN THEN MOVE FORWARD AND IN A PRODUCTIVE MANNER. IT'S REALLY HARD TO GO THROUGH EVERYONE HAS SOMETHING NEAR AND DEAR TO THEIR HEART. W DIDN'T WANT TO GO IN CIRCLES WE JUST NEEDED TO REALLY HAVE SOME SORT OF ANCHOR IF YOU WILL AS TO WHAT WE BELIEVE WAS MOST IMPORTANT. EVERY SINGLE MEMBER VOTED SEPARATELY. THEY VOTED SEPARATELY FOR THE STUDENT WRAPS, FOR ME. THE THING WE DID COLLECTIVELY, WAS DISCUSSION. W DID THE DISCUSSION BEFORE VOTING. ALL THE ANALYSIS WAS

DONE TOGETHER. >> WHEN WAS THE SURVEY TAKEN?

>> THE SURVEY WAS TAKEN ON TWO SEPARATE DATES. APRIL 18TH . IT WAS SENT OUT VIA EMAIL WE DISCUSSED IT ON APRIL 18TH AND

MAY 16TH. >> THE REASON I ASK, I'VE JUST GONE TO -- I FORGET HOW MANY. THE DISTRICT MUSIC FESTIVALS AN I WOULD'VE PUT THAT MUCH HIGHE AFTER MY INSPIRATION.

>> YOU HAVE TO REMEMBER, ALL O THESE LISTED ON THE SECOND TO LAST SLIDE, ALL MADE THE TOP. WITHIN THEIR OWN TOPIC, IT WAS NUMBER ONE. THIS IS ROUND TWO.

>> THANK YOU, FOR CLARIFYING THAT.

THOSE DOLLARS ARE SAFE THERE. >> YOU WERE TALKING ABOUT DIGITAL PERFORMING ARTS I UNDERSTAND.

>> WE ANTICIPATE THROUGH PROPS THERE WILL BE DOLLARS AVAILABLE.

LIKE I SAID BEFORE, WE DID NOT ATTACH ANY VALUE IF THERE WAS PROPOSITION WE JUST WANTED TO B VERY PURE IN TERMS OF WHAT WE

BELIEVE WAS MOST IMPORTANT. >> THE DISCUSSIONS WE HAVE ON THE COMMITTEE BECAUSE OF THE MAKEUP AND ALL OF THE EXPERIENCES THAT THE MEMBERS BROUGHT, WERE SO EXTRAORDINARILY ILLUMINATING TO ME AS A MEMBER OF THE COMMITTEE I WISH THAT WE HAD A MEETING OR TWO MORE AT THE END BECAUSE I STRUGGLED WITH THE RANKING. IT'S SO HARSH. THERE IS NO -- THE CONTEXT IS MISSING.

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THE STUDENT COMMENT HE MENTIONED. WE DID NOT TALK ENOUGH ABOUT HOW WE AS A MEMBER OF THE COMMITTEE WERE MAKING OU CHOICES.

I'M SURPRISED.

I THINK THERE ARE SOME FLAWS. NOT EVERYONE VOTED.

>> THAT'S CORRECT. >> THAT'S DIFFICULT BECAUSE WE DON'T HAVE A EQUAL REPRESENTATION OF VIEWPOINTS BECAUSE NOT EVERYONE VOTED.

TELL YOU WHAT I'M SURPRISED THAT. I'M SURPRISED TO SEE SECONDARY PROGRAMS FLOAT TO TH TOP. I WOULD THINK THAT WE WOUL MAKE INVESTMENTS AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE. THAT WOULD PAY THE BIGGEST.

I THINK IT'S HELPFUL. I THINK IT'S FLAWED IN A WAY AND I DO -- THE ONE REGRET I HAVE IS THA WE DON'T HAVE A REALLY ROBUST DISCUSSION AMONGST THE MEMBERS ABOUT WHAT ARE THE VALUES WE ARE PUTTING IN TO MAKING THESE CHOICES? THAT WOULD'VE BROUGHT SOME CONTACTS.

WE WOULD BE SURPRISED BY THIS RANKING.

>> I DIDN'T REALLY WANT TO SHAR PERSONALLY WHAT I FOUND SURPRISING BECAUSE I DON'T WANT TO CAST ANY SORT OF LEANING.

THINK I SHOULD KEEP THAT TO MYSELF. I WANT TO ADDRESS WHAT YOU'RE SAYING BECAUSE IT IS IMPORTANT. AT THE END OF THE LAST MEETING WE TALKED ABOUT THE CHARGE OF EACH MEMBER IS REALLY IMPORTANT. THE ANECDOTAL INFORMATION THAT'S WHY THERE I DISCUSSION OF HOW DO WE MAKE SURE WHEN WE ARE DISCUSSING SOMETHING, WE HAVE THE MEMBER GOING BACK AND GETTING THE TRUE REPRESENTATION , THE CONCERNS O ANY COMMENTS PER LINE ITEM OR PROGRAM RIGHT? THERE WAS DISCUSSIONS OF HAVING BUDGET SURVEYS . EACH REPRESENTATIVES POSSIBLY HAVING THE OWN DATA.

WHICHEVER WAY THAT HAPPENS, THERE HAS TO BE A VERY CLEAR DEFINITION OF THE ROLE, WHICH IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY NOT TO ONLY ATTEND THIS MEETING AND STUDY, BUT GO BACK TO THE GROU YOU REPRESENT AND DISCUSS WHAT IS HAPPENING AND TO REALLY GET SOME KIND OF CONSENSUS. I WANTED TO ECHO THAT IS ABSOLUTELY A CONCERN THAT WAS DISCUSSED. OBVIOUSLY, NOT PERFECT. IT IS IMPERFECT. FORCE RANKING DON'T CAPTURE EVERYTHING. I WHOLEHEARTEDLY -- THAT IS JUST THE NATURE OF THE FORCED RANKING. THE WAY I LOOK AT IT, THESE ARE ANCHORS.

WHILE NOT DEFINITIVE, I DO THIN THEY CAST A DIRECTIONAL FOREWORD AND APPROXIMATIONS. WOULD YOU MIND GOING BACK A COUPLE SLIDES? IF YOU LOOK AT THE POINTS ASSIGNED, ONE MORE FORWARD, PLEASE. THEY ARE QUIT CLOSE. 53-47, 43, 43. A LOT OF THEM ARE CLUSTERED TOGETHER. A REMINDER THAT THIS IS THE SECON ROUND ALL OF THESE WERE NUMBER ONE IN THEIR TOPIC. IMPERFECT, BUT I THINK WHAT WE KIND OF SEE , THIS IS 12 OUT OF HOW MANY? 38? 30. THIS -- WHAT WE ARE TRYING TO DO IS, WE ARE TRYING TO REALLY CAPTURE REGARDLESS IF IT'S SEVEN OR ONE, WE ARE TRYING TO CAPTURE THAT THIS IS REALLY THE TOP. WE SHOULD REALLY GO FORWARD WITH IT IF THAT MAKES SENSE INSTEAD OF YO SHOULD REALLY LOOK AT NUMBER ON AND NUMBER ONE ONLY. WE ARE ONL LOOKING AT THE TOP SIX THAT'S NOT AT ALL WHAT I BELIEVE THE COMMUNITY WAS TRYING TO DO, THAT'S NOT WHAT I WAS TRYING TO DO BY DOING ROUNDS AND FORCED RANKINGS IT WAS REALLY TO SAY A A 30 LINE ITEMS, WE BELIEVE THE ONES THAT VOTED -- ANOTHER FLAW THAT THESE ARE THE TOP 12. AS TO THE NUMBER OF MEMBERS COMING , PART OF THAT IS I WILL BE VER HONEST. IT'S OUT OF MY HANDS. A LOT -- WE DID HAVE GOOD ATTENDANCE, BUT IT WAS NOT

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COMPLETE. TO BE HONEST, IT IS ADMIN HEAVY. THERE'S THINGS THEY HAVE TO ATTEND TO, WHICH I UNDERSTAND. I DO THINK GOING FORWARD THERE HAS TO BE SOME KIND OF DISCUSSION IN TERMS OF YOU ARE A MEMBER OF THIS COMMITTEE, YOU NEED TO REALLY A LEAST ATTEND AND IF NOT ATTEND, HAVE A CONVERSATION OR OTHER EXECUTIVE MEMBERS TO MAKE SURE WE KNOW WHERE YOU STAND ON

THINGS. >> YOU ASKED FOR THE CHARGE FOR NEXT YEAR. WE CAN ENTERTAIN IDEAS BUT I WILL SAY THERE IS CONSIDERABLE UNCERTAINTY IN THE BUDGET.

>> IT'S OPEN IF WE WANT TO MENTION SOME OPTIONS.

>> I WASN'T GOING TO MENTION THAT OPTION FIRST I WAS GOING T MAKE A COMMENT BASED ON THE COMMENTS YOU BOTH JUST MADE THA I'M ALSO THINKING AHEAD TO HOW THE COMMITTEE WORKS NEXT YEAR.

WHATEVER CHARGE WE GIVE IT. I'M CURIOUS ABOUT A COUPLE OF THINGS. WITH YOUR COMMENTS ABOUT FOLKS ON THE COMMITTEE GOING TO THE BACK WHATEVER THE REPRESENT, THINGS LIKE THAT.

WONDERING HOW MUCH OF THIS, GETTING THIS INFORMATION PUT TOGETHER, GETTING THOSE PRIORITIES, DO WE NEED TO RETHINK HOW THE COMMITTEE IS MADE UP? WHO IS ON THE COMMITTEE? I DON'T KNOW THE REQUIREMENTS AROUND IT. SHOULD THERE BE MORE PEOPLE PER SITE FOR EXAMPLE? WHETHER IT'S STAF OR PARENTS OR WHATEVER. IS THER SOMETHING WE NEED TO BE DOING IN REGARDS TO DATA COLLECTION OR GETTING HIGH QUALITY INFORMATION ABOUT THE PROGRAMS I DON'T KNOW ENOUGH ABOUT THE COMMITTEE , BECAUSE I'M NOT ON IT. FROM WHAT IT SOUNDS LIKE I SOUNDS LIKE THERE'S A LOT OF ANECDOTAL. PEOPLE SHARING INFORMATION SO I'M CURIOUS IF ANY OF THOSE THINGS, DATA, ANY CHANGES WOULD MAKE A DIFFERENCE TO THE THINGS YOU ARE BOTH

CONCERNED ABOUT. >> THEY ARE ANECDOTAL BUT I WAN TO GO BACK TO THE KEY METRICS W GO OVER. AND IS ABSOLUTELY DRIVEN . METRICS ARE INCLUDED. QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE. I INCLUDES THE ANECDOTAL. THOSE ARE THE FIVE. WHAT WOULD HAPPEN, FOR EXAMPLE, CAMPUS SAFETY. WE WOULD DISCUSS -- LE ME GIVE YOU AN EXAMPLE. FOR CAMPUS SAFETY ASSISTANCE, LET'S JUST SAY SOMEONE FROM THE STAFF WOULD COME FORWARD AND DISCUSS WHERE WE ARE AT, HOW MUCH WE SPEND, HOW MANY CAMPUSES THERE ARE. THE HOURS THEY ARE WORKING WHAT ARE SOME OF THE THINGS THE DO. WE ARE SHORT ON THEM. RIGHT? IT'S A LABOR SHORTAGE THAT'S REALLY A PROBLEM. EVEN THOUGH ANECDOTALLY, THE STUDENT SHARED THAT WE REALLY NEED THAT THEREIN LIVES THE PROBLEM RIGHT? SOME OF IT HAS TO DO WITH IT BEING OUT OF OUR CONTRO IS A COMMITTEE AND EVEN AS A DISTRICT. THERE'S A GENERAL LABOR SHORTAGE AND ALSO INFLATION AND NOT ENOUGH MONEY DOES THAT HELP ANSWER YOUR QUESTION?

>> YES. SORT OF. I WANT TO SAY YES, METRICS ARE DEFINITELY INCLUDED. DO WE REEVALUATE THE MEMBERS THAT COMPRISE THAT? THAT'S FOR THE BOARD TO DECIDE. I WOULD LIKE TO MAKE SURE THE ALL HAVE RAPS. THAT IT'S AS EQUITABLE AS POSSIBLE. THERE CERTAINLY CAN BE A DISCUSSION BUT I WILL HAND THAT OVER TO TH

BOARD. >> THIS COMMUNITY GOES BACK T THE SCHOOL YEAR WHERE THE PURPOSE WAS WHEN THE RECESSION HIT, WE CAN ADD SERIOUS CUTS T OUR BUDGET. MAKING DECISIONS ON HOW TO GET DOWN TO THOSE NUMBERS EVERY DISTRICT IN THE STATE HAD TO REDUCE THAT. A LOT OF THEM BEING BIG-TICKET ITEMS THE PERSONNEL WITH NEGOTIATED ITEMS. IT'S HARD TO PUT THIS COMMUNITY TOGETHER AND SAY WE ARE GOING TO MAKE LARGE CUT TWO DOLLARS IF WE HAVE ANYTHING TO BRING BACK TO THAT. WE GO BACK

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INTO A RECESSION. THOSE CONVERSATIONS WOULD TAKE PLACE AND WE GO BACK -- 10 OR 11 TYPE PROCESS. THAT ISN'T THE CASE NOW. WE KNOW WE HAVE COVI RELIEF DOLLARS THAT CAME IN, THEY ARE GOING AWAY. WE MADE SOME DECISIONS ON HOW THOSE PRIORITIES FALL IN TO THE GENERAL FUND. I GUESS THE PURPOSE OF THIS COMMITTEE AND THE MAKEUP OF THE COMMITTEE HAS CHANGED OVER THE YEARS. IT WILL CONTINUE TO EVOLVE. JUST AS WE PUT MORE, WE HAVE MORE CREATED IF IT'S THE REPRESENTATION, DO WE ADD TO THIS LIST? DO GROUPS HAVE REPRESENTATIVES WHEN TWO MEMBERS FALL OFF? I'M LOOKING RIGHT NOW WITH A SIDE CONVERSATION THEY ALL COME OUT OF ONE CLUSTER THAT WILL HAVE T CHANGE. WE HAVE ALL THREE OF OUR CLUSTERS THERE IS DEFINITEL A MAKEUP OF THE COMMITTEE AND MY EXPECTATION FOR OUR ADMINISTRATORS THAT I OVERSEE, THIS ISN'T -- MAKE IT IF I CAN OR CAN'T. THE EXPECTATION AND THE DIRECTIVES IS NOW THEY NEED TO MAKE SURE THEY ARE THERE. THEY BETTER HAVE A GOOD REASON WHY THEY ARE NOT AND COMMUNICATE THAT AHEAD OF TIME AND REPORT BACK TO ME. I'VE ALREADY SHARED MY UNHAPPINESS WAS ONE OF OUR MEMBERS WHO I KNOW WAS NOT IN THE MEETING.

SOMETHING THAT I AM PAYING ATTENTION TO. MY EXPECTATION IS ONE WE WORK WITH. LABOR GROUPS IA DON'T HAVE LESS OF A FORCE BEHIND THAT. REQUESTING AND ASK. PUTTING US IN A HARD POSITION TO MAKE DECISIONS IF W DON'T HAVE REPRESENTATION, THEY ARE NOT SHOWING UP, THEY ARE NO VOTING. WHAT IS IT'S WORTH?

>> IF YOU CAN'T FORCE THEM, YOU CAN IMAGINE ME AS A SINGLE PERSON CAN'T DO ANYTHING.

I THINK THAT IS PART OF THE CHALLENGE. I RECOGNIZE ANYONE O THIS COMMITTEE WHO HAS A TON O RESPONSIBILITIES THERE IS A TIM CONFLICT WE DO MEET AT 3:30 AND 5:00 ON WEDNESDAYS OTHER MEETINGS HAPPEN AND TAKE PLACE WHAT I WOULD LIKE TO SEE IS A FOLLOW-UP, GETTING THE FOLLOW-UP . MAKE SURE THE INFORMATION GOES TO THEM SO THE CAN IN TURN TELL THEIR GROUP THEY ARE REPRESENTING.

IT'S AS EQUITABLE AND REPRESENTATIVE OF THE HOLE AS POSSIBLE.

COMMENTS? >> GO AHEAD.

>> JUST THINKING AHEAD. SOUNDS LIKE WE HAVE BEEN ASKED I KNOW WE ARE NOT DOING IT TONIGHT BUT TO GIVE A CLEAR CHARGE FOR NEX YEAR. PART OF THAT, MAYBE HAVE A BETTER DEFINITION FOR THE ROLE OF THE MEMBERS. THE COMMITTEE AT THAT TIME IS BEING ASKED TO MAKE CHANGES THOSE AR THINGS WE DON'T DO AS A BOARD.

THIS PRESENTATION AND WE WILL TAKE THIS UP AGAIN.

>> THANK YOU. >> HAVE A GREAT SUMMER.

[A. Instructional Services - Approval of New High School Core Literature Title - The Distance Between Us]

ACTION ITEMS PORTION OF THE MEETING BEGINNING WITH IIIA.

INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES FOR THE CORE LITERATURE TITLE FOR THE DISTRICT BETWEEN US. MAY I PLEASE?

>> I MOVE THAT WE APPROVE THE DISTANCE BETWEEN US AS A LITERATURE BOOK FOR HIGH SCHOOL

>> THANK YOU. IT HAS BEEN MOVED IS THERE ANY DISCUSSION?

>> KNOW. >> FIRST I WANT TO THANK THE TEACHER THAT BROUGHT IT TO THE COMMITTEE TO BE RECOMMENDED. I HAVE BEEN READING IT. IT IS SUCH A MOVING BOOK. IT'S MOVING. YES. IT'S MOVING FOR PEOPLE TO RELATE TO THE PROTAGONIST AND ALSO THE AUTHOR IT'S ALSO MOVING FOR PEOPLE LIKE I SAID, FOR PEOPLE WHO MAY BE SITTING NEXT TO PEOPLE WHO RELATE AND THEY CAN UNDERSTAND ALL SOMEONE NEEDS T

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SAY IS WOW. THIS PART OR THIS SECTION RELATES TO MY LIFE OR M LIFE RELATES TO THIS. THAT IS SUCH A POWERFULLY MOVING BOOK AND I WOULD URGE THE TEACHER T BRING FORTH THE SEQUEL TO IT ALSO TO BRING THAT TO US.

LAST SESSION THERE WAS NO ONE WHO SHOWED UP TO TALK ABOUT IT

TO THE MOST PREVIOUS WEBINAR. >> OKAY, THANKS.

GRATITUDE FOR THIS NEW TITLE AN ALL OF THE NEW TITLES THAT WERE BROUGHT FORWARD TO US FOR CONSIDERATION AND APPROVAL THIS YEAR. I'M LOOKING FORWARD TO HEARING ABOUT THE CLASSROOM EXPERIENCES FOR OUR STUDENTS. I THERE ARE NO OTHER COMMENTS, I

BELIEVE WE ARE READY TO VOTE. >> CAN YOU EXPLAIN A LITTLE BIT HOW THIS SUMMER WILL WORK WITH THE NEW TITLES AND WHAT OUR TEACHERS WILL BE DOING? THAT'S A KEY PIECE.

>> CERTAINLY SELL. OVER THE SUMMER, WE WILL BE VERY BUSY W WILL CONTINUE. WE HAVE ANOTHER GROUP OF SECONDARY ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS TEACHERS THAT WIL BE PARTICIPATING IN THE TRAINING, THIS WILL MARK THE SECOND YEAR OF FULL TRAINING WITH THE GOAL THAT ALL OF OUR SECONDARY TEACHERS BY THE E■ND NEXT YEAR WILL HAVE GONE THROUG THE TWO DAY TRAINING THE INTRODUCTORY TRAINING. IN ADDITION TO THAT, WE HAVE A SMALLER COHORT OF TEACHERS PARTICIPATING IN ADVANCED TRAINING AND THAT REALLY HAS MORE FOCUS ON THE CURRICULUM DESIGN.

WE HAVE I WOULD SAY A PRETTY LARGE CADRE OF TEACHERS WHO AR GOING TO SPEND THEIR TIME, SOMETIME OVER THE SUMMER, THEY'VE GONE THROUGH THE TRAINING. THEY'VE BROUGHT FORT NEW TITLES OR PERHAPS THEY HAV BEEN TEACHING FOR MAYBE A COUPLE OF YEARS OTHER TITLES AN THEY WANT TO WORK TO REVAMP AN BUILD CURRICULUM UNITS NOT ONLY FOR THE TEACHERS THEMSELVES BUT TO SHARE DISTRICTWIDE, BASED ON THE TREND. WE ALSO HAVE TEACHERS TOO WHO WILL LOOK FOR NEW TITLES SO ALL OF THOSE THINGS ARE KIND OF IN PLACE, JUGGLING. AGAIN, A HUGE THANKS TO OUR SECONDARY ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS TEACHER AS WELL EVERYONE WORKING TO FACILITATE THAT.

DO I UNDERSTAND NOT ONLY IS THI BOOK BEING CONSIDERED BUT ALSO NOW WE HAVE THE COMPREHENSIVE -- WE HAVE MULTIPLE ETHNIC STUDIES TEACHERS THAT'S ALSO BEING USED AS PROOF FOR ETHNIC

STUDIES? >> IT'S NOT BEING USED AS PART OF THE ETHICS STUDIES. THE COURSE AS WE HAVE IT RIGHT NOW THE TEACHER THAT THEY BRING FORWARD THIS TITLE AN IDEA THEY HAVE IS POTENTIALLY LOOKING DOWN MULTIPLE YEARS FOR THIS T BE INTEGRATED INTO AN ETHNIC STUDIES COURSE THAT IS AN ENGLISH COURSE THAT WOULD ALSO MEET THE REQUIREMENTS OF ETHICS STUDIES. YEARS DOWN THE LINE AS WE LOOK INTO THE TITLE AND THE EXPANSION OF STUDIES ACROSS THE DISTRICT.

[B. Instructional Services - Public Hearing: 2023/2024 Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP), Inclusive of the Budget Overview for Parents]

MINUTES THERE WITH A PREFERENTIAL VOTE. WE WILL NOW CONVENE A PUBLIC HEARING AT 8:3 TO RECEIVE PUBLIC TESTIMONY CONCERNING THE 2023 2024 LOCAL CONTROL AND ACCOUNTABILITY PLA INCLUSIVE OF THE BUDGET OVERVIE FOR PARENTS. DO WE HAVE ANY

PUBLIC COMMENT ON THIS ITEM? >> WE DO NOT.

HEARING. 8:34.

ARE THERE COMMENTS OR DISCUSSIO FROM INDIVIDUAL BOARD MEMBERS? I SEE NONE. WE WILL MOVE ON T ITEM 3C.

LET'S PROCEED WITH YOUR PRESENTATION. THAT WAS FOR THE PUBLIC PORTION.

I'M SORRY. WE ARE ALL YEARS. >> NOT A PROBLEM. I THINK I'M OKAY WITH THAT. GOOD EVENING. EACH YEAR , THE CALIFORNIA

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SCHOOL DISTRICTS INCLUDING OURS HAVE TO BRING FORTH THE LOCAL CONTROL ACCOUNTABILITY PLAN ONC FOR THE PUBLIC HEARING WHICH W JUST HELD AS WELL AS TONIGHT'S PRESENTATION AND THE NEXT SCHEDULED PUBLIC MEETING FOR POSSIBLE APPROVAL BY THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. JUST BRIEFLY, THE LOCAL CONTROL ACCOUNTABILIT IS OUR DISTRICT PLAN. WHEN WE SAY OUR DISTRICT, THAT INCLUDES EVERYONE. OUR TEACHERS, SPEEC PATHOLOGISTS , CUSTODIANS, SO MANY OF THE STAFF THAT WERE HER EARLIER TODAY. CAMPUS SAFETY, ASSISTANCE PRINCIPLES, PURCHASING SPECIALISTS, BILINGUAL FACILITATORS, EVERYONE. WE ARE THE DISTRICT AND THIS IS OUR PLAN FOR OUR STUDENTS. JUST AS A BRIEF OVERVIEW, IT IS A THREE-YEAR PLAN. WE MAKE MODIFICATIONS TO IT EACH AND EVERY YEAR BASED OF OF THE FEEDBACK FROM OUR EDUCATIONAL PARTNERS. THE LOCAL CONTROL ACCOUNTABILITY PLAN IS AGAIN IN THE THREE YEARS WE ARE CURRENTLY FINISHING OUR SECOND YEAR MOVING ON INTO THE THIRD YEAR OF THIS CYCLE. AS I MENTIONED, WE DO MAKE ADJUSTMENTS EACH AND EVERY YEAR BASED OFF OF FEEDBACK JUST TO PUT OUT SOME NUMBERS FOR THIS YEAR'S , THERE IS 18 NEW ACTION OF SERVICES. 18 ADJUSTMENTS AS WELL AS THE INFUSION OF OUR STRATEGIC PLAN FOR INCLUSION WHICH WE WILL HEAR MORE ABOUT I TONIGHT'S MEETING BUT THAT INCORPORATES ACROSS 1-2-3 WITH OTHER ADDITIONAL DISTINCT ACTIONS. ALTHOUGH A THREE-YEAR PLAN, IT IS A LIVING DOCUMENT THAT IS WORKING TO SUPPORT ALL OF OUR STUDENTS YOU CAN SEE HER THE COMPONENTS ARE NOTED THERE IN THE BULLET POINTS NONE OF THOSE HAVE CHANGED OVER THE LAS THREE YEARS. AS PART OF THE LOCAL CONTROL ACCOUNTABILITY PLAN AS REQUIRED BY LAW, WE PROVIDE THE PLAN WITH A BUDGET OVERVIEW FOR PARENTS WHICH IS DESIGNED TO BE A COMPREHENSIBLE TWO MINISTRY PAGE LUCK AT THE BUDGET FOR NEXT YEAR AS WELL A A REPORT ON EXPENDITURES FROM THIS CURRENT YEAR. YOU CAN SEE FOR NEXT YEAR'S PROJECTED REVENUE, WE HAVE $196 MILLION AND OF THAT, $9.8 MILLION IS DESIGNATED AS SUPPLEMENTAL. SUPPLEMENTAL DOLLARS ARE PROVIDED TO US THROUGH THE LOCA CONTROL FUNDING FORMULA DESIGNED BY THE STATE IN 2013. THOSE ARE DOLLARS SPECIFICALLY MEANT TO SUPPORT OUR DISTRICT FOSTER YOUTH, ENGLISH LEARNERS AND LOW INCOME STUDENTS YOU CAN SEE THAT WE HAVE PRESENTED TODAY FOR THE 2324 SCHOOL YEAR REPRESENTING ABOUT $27 MILLION IN TOTAL ACTIONS AND SERVICES TO ADDRESS OUR GOALS AND OF THAT, ABOUT $11.3 MILLION SPECIFICALLY MEANT TO SUPPORT FOSTER YOUTH, ENGLISH LEARNERS AND LOW INCOME STUDENTS. I SHOULD NOTE THAT OUR SCHOOL DISTRICT WE PROVIDE A COMPREHENSIVE APPROACH. THERE ARE SOME SCHOOL DISTRICTS THAT ONLY TAKE THE SUPPLEMENTAL DOLLARS RECEIVED AND BUDGET THA OUT . IN OUR CASE, $9.8 MILLION AND SUBMIT THAT TO THE STATE BU WE INCLUDE GENERAL FUND DOLLAR AS WELL AS SUPPLEMENTAL DOLLARS TO HAVE A MORE COMPREHENSIVE APPROACH TO SUPPORT ALL OF OUR

STUDENTS. >> THE COUNTY OFFICE LOVES OUR REVIEW BECAUSE IT'S MUCH LARGER THAN OTHER DISTRICTS.

>> I TALKED WITH THEM TODAY I DON'T KNOW IF THEY QUITE LOVE

IT. >> IN TERMS OF JUST REFLECTIONS THIS IS PART OF THE DOCUMENT ITSELF WHICH IS SUMMARIZED HERE WE CAN NOTE SOME SPECIFIC SUCCESSES FOR THIS PARTICULAR SCHOOL YEAR TO 22 AND 23 SCHOOL YEAR. IS A LOOK AT OUR SUCCESS LIST, A NUMBER OF THESE ITEMS W BROUGHT FORTH BROUGHT THE BOAR OF EDUCATION FOR PRESENTATION. THEY HAVE BEEN REQUESTED BUT THOSE ARE JUST SOME OF OUR SUCCESSES TO NOTE. SOME OF OUR NEEDS ON THE OTHER COLUMN. PERHAPS NICE TO SAY THOSE ARE ABOUT THE SAME IDENTIFIED MEAN WE HAD LAST YEAR AS WELL. THE FIRST, WHICH IS THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE STRATEGIC PLAN FOR INCLUSION, WE WILL FIN THAT AND AGAIN LOOK FORWARD TO PRESENTING THAT INTO TONIGHT'S MEETING BUT WE CONTINUE TO HAVE AN IDENTIFIED NEED BASED ON FEEDBACK WHICH INCLUDES FEEDBAC

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FROM OUR EDUCATIONAL PARTNERS WITH THE DESIRE TO IMPROVE STRONG FIRST INSTRUCTION . OUR DESIRE TO HAVE MORE STUDENTS ELIGIBLE TO MEET THE REQUIREMENTS UPON RECEIVING HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMAS , AS WELL AS MEETING THE OVERALL ONGOING SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL NEEDS OF OUR STUDENTS THROUGHOUT TK -12 OUT WHEN WE TALK ABOUT SUCCESSES, ULTIMATELY THOSE AR THE SUCCESSES WE SEE IN THE PLAN THAT WE PUT TOGETHER. IF W ARE GOING TO TAKE A SNAPSHOT O OUR DISTRICT FROM JANUARY UNTIL TONIGHT AND ALL THE AWARDS WE HAVE BEEN RECOGNIZED FOR, FOR TEACHERS AND STUDENTS AT A NATIONAL LEVEL, WE RARELY SEE SUCCESSES IT'S BEEN OVERWHELMIN SINCE JANUARY UNTIL NOW. EVERY WEEK IT SEEMS LIKE SOMETHING I COMING IN WHERE WE ARE BEING RECOGNIZED I DON'T TAKE THAT FO GRANTED. IT'S NOT A BASELINE WE SEE EVERY YEAR THAT HAPPENS. I DOES GO BACK TO POINT OUT THE FACT THE THINGS WE DO HAVE , DOES LEAD TO OUR TEACHERS IMPLEMENTING REALLY GOOD STRATEGIES AND INSTRUCTION. OUR STUDENTS HAVING TIME TO LEARN AND IMPLEMENT AND THE AWARDS FOLLOW. THERE IS NO DOUBT IT'S BEEN OVERWHELMING THIS YEAR AS

WE SEE THE RECOMMENDATIONS. >> PART OF OUR PLAN, WE ARE REQUIRED TO ENGAGE WITH OUR EDUCATIONAL PARTNERS IN THE ONGOING DEVELOPMENT OF ADJUSTMENT . THIS DESCRIBES SOME OF THAT ENGAGEMENT WITH OU EDUCATIONAL PARTNERS I WILL JUS SAY THAT AS AN ORGANIZATION WE ARE ALWAYS COLLECTING FEEDBACK AND INPUT WHETHER THAT BE OVER PHONE CALL WITH A PARENT I'M TALKING WITH A TEACHER AFTER A MEETING OR WALKING THROUGH CLASSROOMS THAT FEEDBACK IS ONGOING AND EVER PRESENT. TO SPECIFICALLY CALL OUT SOME OF THAT ENGAGEMENT WE PROUDLY -- AND ENGAGE WITH OUR ADVISORY COUNCIL LISTED THERE. IT DEFINITELY INCLUDES OUR CONVERSATIONS TO THE BUDGET COMMITTEE WE JUST HEARD THE PRESENTATION I HAD THE OPPORTUNITY TO GIVE PRESENTATIONS AND ENGAGE IN DISCUSSION WITH THE DISTRICT ADVISORY COUNCIL SPECIFICALLY.

THIS YEAR WE HAD IT UPDATED AND REFRESHED THE DISTRICT.

FEEDBACK FROM STUDENTS, STAFF A WELL AS FAMILIES. OUR STUDY SESSION WE HELD IN MAINE. FEEDBACK IS INCORPORATED AS WEL AS THE ONGOING COMMUNICATION. THROUGH THE TRAININGS AND MEETINGS WE PARTNER WITH WE CARRIED OUT THROUGH THE CELLBLOCK. CERTAINLY THIS IS NOT ALL OF IT. BEFORE HIGHLIGHTED INPUT.

THEY INCLUDE OUR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES THAT ARE ONGOING AND ADDITIONAL TRAINING RELATED TO ANTI-BIAS. ADDITIONAL MENTA HEALTH SUPPORT AS WELL AS UNDERSTANDING AND COMMUNICATING THE KEY PILLARS OF COMMUNITIES AND SCHOOLS. THAT REFLECTS JUS A SMALL FRACTION.

THEY ARE NOT AFRAID TO REACH OUT. THEY COMMUNICATE TO ME DIRECTLY TO ANYONE IN ANY OF THESE MEETINGS WE DO APPRECIATE IT. SOME DISTRICTS DON'T HAVE THE LUXURY WHERE THEY DON'T HEA FEEDBACK AT ALL. THAT IS NOT AN ISSUE.

>> I WILL SAY FOR US IT'S LIKE AN EVER PRESENT CONVERSATION WHEN WE ARE HAVING MEETINGS AS TEAM ARE TALKING WITH PRINCIPALS WE ARE ALWAYS TALKIN ABOUT HAY. MAYBE THIS IS SOMETHING THAT SHOULD BE AND THIS IS HOW IT'S GOING.

>> THE OTHER PIECES IT DOESN'T FALL INTO OUR SCHOOL PLANS.

IT'S NECESSARY. WE HAVE THESE THINGS IN PLACE THESE ARE THING THAT ROLL OUT BECAUSE WE HAVE A OVERALL PLAN AT OUR LEVEL. WE TALKED ABOUT THE STREET DATED THIS IS THAT BRINGS THE FLOW

BACK TO THE SCHOOL PLAN. >> THIS IS JUST A BRIEF HIGHLIGHT OF SOME OF THE SUGGESTED ACTIONS AND SERVICES.

AS I MENTIONED BEFORE, WE HAVE 18 NEW ACTIONS 18 ADJUSTED ACTIONS AND I BELIEVE 38 DISTINCT ACTIONS AND SERVICES FROM THE STRATEGIC PLAN FOR INCLUSION SOME OF THOSE NOTED

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HERE NEXT YEAR'S PROPOSED CAP FOR 2024 MOVES OUR STAFFING OUT A STIMULUS FUNDING AND INT OUR SUPPLEMENTAL FUNDS. THAT I AN ADJUSTMENT AS MENTIONED PREVIOUSLY. THE IMPLEMENTATION OF OUR STRATEGIC PLAN FOR INCLUSION WHICH MOVES ACROSS 1-2-3. WE ARE REALLY PLEASED TO BE PURCHASING AND PROVIDING TRAINING FOR OUR NEWLY ADOPTED INSTRUCTION MATERIALS. ONE OF THE ADDITIONAL TRAINING GOALS RELATES TO THE SCIENCE OF READING. SIMILAR TO THE PRESENTATION WE PROVIDED FOCUSING ON THE INSTRUCTION.

ADDITIONAL COUNSELING SERVICES AT OUR ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS. A NUMBER OF THE ADJUSTMENTS WE MAKE OUR ADJUSTMENTS AND COST INCREASES. WE TALKED ABOUT THIS IN THE PREVIOUS ITEM. THERE CONTINUES TO BE INCREASED COST FOR MAINTAINING THE SAME LEVEL OF STAFFING OR SERVICES. SOME ITEMS THAT POINTED OUT IS REDUCED CLASS SIZES. OUR COORDINATORS FOR INSTANCE.

ADJUSTMENTS FOR TUTORING. ALL OF THESE THINGS ARE ITEMS WE HAVE HAD BEFORE BUT HAVE BEEN ADJUSTED TO ACCOUNT FOR HIGHER

COST. >> EACH YEAR WE ALSO PROVIDE A BRIEF REPORT ON OUR LOCAL INDICATORS. EACH WE HAVE TO REPORT OUT ON EACH ALL OF THE STATE PRIORITIES AND THE CALIFORNIA DASHBOARD PROVIDES REPORT ON THAT NUMBER THE LOCAL INDICATORS ARE THOSE WHICH AREN'T NECESSARILY DIRECTLY I WOULD SAY DEMONSTRATED THROUGH OUR CALIFORNIA DASHBOARD AND THOSE ARE THE PRIORITIES NOTED HERE. THROUGH OUR ASSESSMENT, WE ARE NOTING WE HAVE MET THES OTHER PRIORITIES HERE. SO FOR PRIORITY ONE, CITING 100% OF STUDENTS HAVE ACCESS TO ADOPTE MATERIALS, THROUGH THE CLIENT REPORT FOR PRIORITY TWO. AGAIN NOTING THE RECENT ADOPTION OF STANDARDS-BASED MATERIALS PRIORITY THREE IS THE CONTINUING ENGAGEMENT WITH THE DISTRICT ADVISORY COUNCIL WITH PARENTS, GUARDIANS AS WELL SOM OF THE WORK WE ARE DOING. THROUGH OUR PRIORITY FIX CLIMATE, NOTING SOME OF THE FEEDBACK WE RECEIVED THROUGH THE ANNUAL FEEDBACK SURVEY. STUDENTS NOTING THE SCHOOLS AREN'T INCLUSIVE FOR THE SCHOOLS EMBRACE DIVERSITY AS WELL AS THEM NOTING WE CONTINUE TO PROVIDE STUDIES FOR ALL OF OUR STUDENTS. FINALLY, I WILL SAY THIS IS SOMETHING WE LEARNED. WE REGULARLY UPDATE OUR FEDERAL ADDENDUM. THAT FEDERAL ADDENDUM IS REALLY A WAY FOR US TO UNDERSTAND AND COMMUNICATE HOW OUR FEDERAL FUNDS ARE RECEIVED SUPPORT IN ALIGNMENT WITH THE LOCAL CONTRO ACCOUNTABILITY PLAN. YOU CAN SE FURCAL ONE, THAT COMES FOR ALL STUDENTS. WE JUST NOTE HERE THA THE NUMBER OF ACTIONS AND SERVICES THAT ARE FEDERALLY FUNDED SUCH AS OUR ACADEMIC SPECIALISTS TITLE I SCHOOLS , THOSE ARE ADDITIONAL ACADEMIC SPECIALISTS . WE HAVE TEACHER SPECIALISTS AT TWO OF OUR TITLE I SCHOOLS. IN ADDITION, WE HAV A NUMBER OF DISTRICTWIDE ONLINE LEARNING AND SOFTWARE PROGRAMS FOR EXAMPLE IXL WHICH IS PAID THROUGH TITLE IV MONEY. FURCAL TWO, WHICH IS HIRING AND RECRUITING STAFF, WE CAN JUST NOTE HERE A NUMBER OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT ITEMS FUNDED THROUGH TITLE TWO AS WELL AS TITLE ONE, TWO AND THRE SPECIFICALLY THE INDUCTION PROGRAM. AND OUR STAFF TRAINING. FURCAL THREE, A NUMBER OF ACTIONS SUPPORT OUR OUTREACH AND SUPPORT OUR COMMUNITY THAT INCLUDES OUR OUTREACH COORDINATORS AND ASSISTANCE FUNDING FOR THE PROJECT TO INSPIRE PROGRAM AS WELL AS THE PARENTING LANGUAGE CLASSES THAT ARE BEING HELD. AN SUPPORTING THE OVERALL PHYSICA AND SOCIAL EMOTION OF BEING STUDENTS. WE CAN NOTE OUR MIDDL SCHOOL PROGRAM IS PURCHASED TO TITLE IV DOLLARS AS WELL AS TITLE I. THIS IS REALLY JUST T STATE THAT YES, WE USE OUR

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DOLLARS THE GENERAL FUND DOLLAR AS WELL AS THE SUPPLEMENTAL DOLLARS TO MEET OUR PRIORITIES BUT WE ALSO INCLUDE THE FEDERAL DOLLARS AS WELL. WITH THAT I WOULD BE HAPPY TO ANSWER ANY

QUESTIONS. >> THANK YOU, FOR THAT WONDERFU PRESENTATION. WE HAVE QUESTION AND COMMENTS PLEASE ANY?

>> YES PLEASE. >> THANK YOU.

>> HE THOUGHT HE WOULD GET AWAY WITH IT.

>> THE ONE THING I NOTED I KNOW WE WILL TALK ABOUT THE INCLUSIO PLAN LATER. AND RELATES TO WHAT DR.MCLACHLAN SAID IT SLOWS DOW TO THE SCHOOL SITES WHEN THEY ARE DOING THAT. I WOULD LIKE THE INCLUSION PLAN. PART OF IT WAS 1.9 AND WAS SPECIFICALLY CALLING OUT TO THE SCHOOL SITE TO ENSURE THE DATA IS

REFLECTED. >> I LOOKED THROUGH TO SEE IF THERE IS ANY OTHER EXAMPLES , I DIDN'T SEE ANY. I THOUGHT THAT MIGHT BE SOMETHING WE COULD REFLECT ON IN TERMS OF THEIR MIGHT BE A HANDFUL OF PRIORITIES WE WE DO CALLOUTS SPECIFICALLY THAT WHAT SIGNAL TO OUR SCHOOLS THEY NEED TO LOOK AT THIS UPSET. THEY ARE DOING IT ANYWAY.

SOMETHING WE CALLOUTS SPECIFICALLY IN THOSE PARTS. W ARE DOING IT FOR THE DATA. I THOUGHT THAT WAS REALLY GOOD.

>> I AGREE THAT SOMETHING ESPECIALLY FOR OUR SCHOOL SITES AS WE CAN SIMPLIFY THAT INFORMATION FOR THEM TO MAKE SURE IT'S A ONE OR TWO PAGE I TERMS OF ACTIONS WITH SERVICES AS WELL AS METRICS THAT DIRECTL IMPACT THEM. THAT'S GREAT, WE CAN MOVE THAT. I ALSO THINK A PIECE TO THIS IS EDUCATING OUR FAMILIES AT THE SCHOOL SITES WITH THE SCHOOL COUNCIL. IF YO DON'T COME TO A BOARD MEETING AND LISTEN TO US TALK ABOUT THIS RESTRICTIVE ENVIRONMENT. CHANCES ARE YOU HAVE NO IDEA WHAT THAT MEANS AND WHAT DOES THAT MEAN FROM THE STATE LEVEL? WHY ARE WE TALKING ABOUT THESE SPECIFIC PERCENTAGES OF KIDS NEEDING TO BE IN THOSE SETTINGS THERE IS A PIECE THAT'S GOING T BE REALLY IMPORTANT HAVING THAT INFORMATION WITH CHRONIC ABSENTEEISM. WHY TO SCHOOL SITES NEED TO IN SOME AREAS IMPROVE ATTENDANCE? THEY ARE PART OF MY REFLECTION RECENTLY. CAN THIS IS A KEY PIECE TO OU TEACHERS AND HOW THEY USE CANVA AND IF THEY MISS THE DAY THEY CAN GET ON THE CAMPUS AND SEE THE INSTRUCTION. IT'S EASIER T MISS A DAY OF SCHOOL NOW THAN I WAS PRE-COVID BECAUSE HE DIDN' HAVE ACCESS TO THOSE TOLLS. THA IS SOMETHING WE WILL HAVE TO LOOK AT AS STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES AND ATTENDANCE AND HOW DO WE WORK WITH FOLKS? WHE THE ACCESSIBILITY IS EASIER BECAUSE MATERIAL IS ACCESSIBLE WHEN YOU'RE OUT THERE. THOSE ARE THINGS I DO THINK ARE PART OF THE L CAP AND THOSE DISCUSSIONS. THEY MOVE FORWARD

COMMENTS? >> THANK YOU.

>> WE WILL BE BRINGING THIS BACK FOR ACTION ON THE JUNE

21ST MEETING. >> WE ARE VOTING ON IT? I WAS GOING TO SAY. I APPRECIATE THAT, IT'S A VERY FUN COMMON. I APPRECIATE THE GRAPHICS AND THE REPORT. IT WAS VERY PRETTY.

I SAY -- IN REALITY WE KNOW IT'S IMPORTANT FOR COMMUNICATIO TO GRAB PEOPLE TO READ SOMETHING AND I THINK HAVING THAT AT THE BEGINNING RATHER THAN WHITE PAGE WITH BLACK

POINT DOES MAKE A DIFFERENCE. >> THANK YOU FREIGHTER THAT.

THAT'S NOT A NORMAL THING. WE JUST TAKE THE CREDIT. I LOVE THAT THIS TEAM APPEAR RECOGNIZES ALL THE TEAM MEMBERS

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I ANTICIPATE THAT ACTION WILL HAPPEN. WHAT'S THE NEXT ONE? THE 21ST? MR.LEWIS GOT THE FAMILY ENGAGEMENT ON THE 22ND.

WE HAVE TO GET THAT .

[C. Human Resources - Approval of Contract for Assistant Superintendent, Human Resources]

YOU DO NOT WANT TO SPEND TIME WITH THAT GROUP.

APPROVAL OF CONTRACT FOR THE SUPERINTENDENT HUMAN RESOURCES.

>> YES, PLEASE. >> I MOVE WE APPROVE THE CONTRACT FOR ASSISTANCE OF HUMA RESOURCES FOR SHAUNA ASHMORE.

FOR APPROVAL. >> SECOND.

>> THANK YOU, IT HAS BEEN MOVED AND SECONDED. WE JUST HAVE BIG SMILES THAT.. I DON'T SEE ANY COMMENTS.

NOT A PROBLEM. >> HOW DO YOU KNOW WHAT'S COMING?

A VERY ENTHUSIASTIC YES. >> WE GO UP TO THE PODIUM.

AND DR.MCLAUGHLIN AND MEMBERS O THE BOARD AND DISTRICT LEADERSHIP. FIRST MSA THANK YOU FOR THE OPPORTUNITY TO SERVE AS THE DIRECTOR OF THE STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES. IT IS NOT LOS ON ME, THE EXCEPTIONAL INDIVIDUALS I'VE HAD THE OPPORTUNITY TO WORK WITH AND LEARN WITH. LOOKING AHEAD, I SINCERELY APPRECIATE THE OPPORTUNITY TO CONTINUE MY LONG-STANDING SERVICE TO THE STUDENTS, STAFF AND FAMILIES.

WHOLEHEARTEDLY LOOK FORWARD TO MEETING THE HUMAN RESOURCES

DEPARTMENT. THANK YOU. >> THANK YOU.

MISS ASHMORE AND ONE OTHER POSSIBLE FUTURE HIGHER LATER TONIGHT.

THE DIRECTOR STARTED THE KINDERGARTEN CAREERS HELPING OUT THE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT GOOD WORK. GOOD PATIENTS AS WELL.

[D. Business Services - Public Hearing: 2023-2024 Proposed Budget - General Fund and Ancillary Funds]

WE ARE NOW GOING TO CONVENE THE SECOND PUBLIC HEARING AT 8:59 FOR PUBLIC TESTIMONY CONCERNING THE 2023 2024 PROPOSED BUDGET GENERAL FUND AND ANCILLARY FUNDS. DO WE HAVE ANY PUBLIC

COMMENT CARDS? >> WE DO NOT.

ARE THERE COMMENTS OR DISCUSSIO FROM INDIVIDUAL BOARD MEMBERS? AND THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION GETTING A TAKE ON THE GOVERNOR'S PROPOSED BUDGET WE USE ALL OF THAT INFORMATION IN

ORDER TO DEVELOP OUR BUDGET. >> THESE ARE JUST FOR REFERENCE PURPOSES I WANT TO GO THROUGH EACH OF THE INDIVIDUAL PIECES THE GOVERNOR GIVES THE REVISE. HE REVISES IT. SCHOOL SERVICE FOR CALIFORNIA ADVOCACY GROUP FOR PUBLIC EDUCATION FOR

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CALIFORNIA THEY REVIEWED THE GOVERNOR'S PROPOSAL TO GET THEI TAKE ON IT.

AS DOES CAPITOL ADVISERS. REALLY THE GIST OF THE PROPOSAL HERE IS THAT THERE ARE SOME RISKS TO THE PROPOSED BUDGET MOVING FORWARD THIS YEAR. POTENTIALLY REDUCED REVENUE WITH FEDERAL AND TAX RETURNS. COMING UP THROUGH OCTOBER. SOM HEIGHTENED ECONOMIC UNCERTAINTY SLOWING ECONOMY.

YOU MENTIONED SOME GRAPHICS.

IF YOU DON'T WANT TO READ ANYTHING YOU'LL GET THE GIST FROM THE GRAPHICS INCLUDED IN HERE.

THE GOVERNOR PROPOSES TO TAKE SOME OF THE MONEY FOR THE LEARNING RECOVERY BLOCK FIRST ONE BY 55% THE NEXT BY 32%. FOR US IT WAS THE REDUCTION OF 5.5 MILLION AND THE AMUSING CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS FROM TH LEARNING RECOVERY. WE WENT BAC AND WE AMENDED OUR PLAN. THIS IS THE LEARNING RECOVERY BLOCK $9.9 MILLION.

IT'S ABOUT 6.8 MILLION. WE ARE FINDING THE PE TEACHER PILOT PROGRAM TO 2028 WHEN WE REDID OUR NUMBERS TO REALIGN WITH 6.

MILLION.

WE WOULD FUND THE PE TEACHERS TWO 2026 THE ORIGINAL ALLOCATION INCLUDED FUNDS FOR MENTAL HEALTH WITH THE CHANGE TO 525,000 FOR 24, 25 AND 26. WE ALLOCATED ABOUT 296,000 FOR GRADE 4-5 AND TO FUND THE THERAPEUTIC LEARNING CENTER.

IT GETS US TO THE $6.8 MILLION.

WE WENT BACK AND LOOKED AT THE BLOCK GRANT. WE REVISE THOSE NUMBERS AT 10.5 MILLION THAT WAS CUT MORE THAN HALF TO 5.1 MILLION. FOR 24 , WE SET ASID FUNDS THROUGH MUSIC.

THAT TOOK AWAY THE $1 MILLION AND WE SET ASIDE ANOTHER 1.1 MILLION AND ANOTHER 1,000,025 FOR ANY POTENTIAL OBLIGATIONS DISCRETIONARY SPENDING. TO BAC US INTO THE $5.1 MILLION TO.

PROP 98 FOR THOSE THAT DON'T KNOW, IT'S THE QUESTION THAT WAS ON THE BALLOT IN NOVEMBER O 2022 WHICH ESSENTIALLY ASKED TH VOTERS IF THEY WANT TO SET ASIDE 1% OF THE MINIMUM GUARANTEE.

SO FOR US THE EARLY ESTIMATES ARE ABOUT $2 MILLION.

THIS IS HOW IT'S GOING TO BE IMPLEMENTED.

HOW THE CALCULATIONS ARE GOING TO BE DONE. THE INDIVIDUAL SCHOOLS AND THE BIGGEST PART GIVES A CHALLENGE FOR A NUMBER OF SCHOOL DISTRICTS INCLUDING OURS. THE SUPPLEMENT REQUIREMENT. MEANING THAT IF THERE IS A SUPPLEMENT REQUIREMENT DEPENDING ON WHAT IT IS, WE CAN'T SPEND THESE DOLLARS ON PROGRAMS WE HAVE IN EXISTENCE. GIVEN IF WE BACKUP ONE SLIDE SINCE THEY GIVE US MONEY FOR OUR MUSIC, INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS, THE CONVERSATION IS IF WE SPEND MONEY ON THIS, IF IT CANNOT ENABLE US TO SHIFT THIS FUNDING WHEN IT ENDS ? THOSE DETAILS AR STILL BEING WORKED OUT. WE DON' HAVE A DATE FOR WHEN WE WILL KNOW HOW THIS IS GOING TO GET

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ALLOCATED AND WHAT THE RESTRICTIONS ARE. WE EXPECT TO HEAR SOMETHING IN LATE FALL. THAT'S WHEN WE HAVE THIS IRONED OUT. GENERALLY THESE ARE ONGOIN DOLLARS THAT ARE GOING THROUGH THE MUSIC FUNDING. THESE WILL BE CONTINUOUS. THERE'S NOTHING THAT'S GOING TO GET CUT FROM THIS BECAUSE IT WAS A PROPOSITION AND IT DID PASS IT DOES SET IT GUARANTEE BASED ON THE MINIMUM GUARANTEE. IT'S TH MINIMUM GUARANTEE FOR FUNDING.

THERE IS ALSO A FISCAL CLIFF WE FACE MOVING FORWARD. DURING TH PANDEMIC SCHOOLS IN CALIFORNIA TOOK A HIT WITH AVERAGE DAILY ATTENDANCE WHICH IS WHAT WE ARE FUNDED ON WHEEZE TO BE FUNDED O THE PRIOR-YEAR AVERAGE DAILY ATTENDANCE.

IT'S HARMLESS FOR A YEAR. IT WA FROZEN. FURTHER RELIEF WAS SHIFTED TO A COMPUTED AVERAGE USING THE PRIOR THREE YEARS RATHER THAN JUST THE REOCCURRIN YEAR.

WALL THAT HELPED US DURING THE PANDEMIC. WHEN WE LOOK AT THE AVERAGE -- THE AVERAGE ENROLLMENT IN THE AVERAGE DAIL ATTENDANCE THE MIDDLE COLUMN IS PROJECTED BUT IS FUNDED WITH 17,000 WITH 17,118.

OUR PROJECTED ADA WILL BE DONE 651 STUDENTS HOWEVER, IT WILL BE DOWN ALMOST 2000 STUDENTS. AT ROUGHLY $10,000 PER STUDENT YOU CAN IMAGINE HOW SIGNIFICANT OF A BLOW THAT IS WHEN WE ARE LOOKING AT FUTURE FUNDING. WHE YOU LOOK AT OUR FUNDS YOU HEA ALL THESE BIG NUMBERS ABOUT 10% AND 8.22% WHICH IT WAS PROPOSED FOR 23, 24. THE COLUM ON THE RIGHT SHOWS WHAT THE ADVERTISED INCREASE IN FUNDING IS. THE COLUMN IN THE MIDDLE IS THE INCREASED PRESS BASED ON TH CHANGING AND WOMAN. 13.26% FOR THIS YEAR. THAT'S JUST 10.69. NEXT YEAR YOU WILL HAVE A .22% BUT FOR A IT'S 3.3% YEAR-OVER-YEAR INCREASE.

IT'S GIVEN TO US FOR PROJECTION WE ARE LOOKING AT A NEGATIVE AND IN 25 OR 26 THAT'S MORE THAN .72%.

PUBLIC SCHOOL FUNDING OVER 20% MEANWHILE IT'S NOT ONLY ASK, IT'S A NUMBER OF DISTRICT EXPERIENCING THE SAME ENROLLMEN TRENDS. IT'S LESS THAN HALF OF THAT. IT'S BELOW 14%.

>> IF YOU GO BACK TO THE PREVIOUS SLIDE, THE STATE BASICALLY KICKED THE CAN DOWN THE ROAD BY COMING UP WITH THIS NEW THOUGHT PROCESS OF HOW THE SCHOOL DISTRICTS CAN LOOK, KNOWING 95% OF THE DISTRICT HA DECLINED IN ENROLLMENT AND NOW WE ARE FACING A VERY SIMILAR CLIFF THEY CAN THROW OUT THOSE PERCENTAGES ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THAT PROJECTED -- UNLESS YO ARE A DISTRICT THAT IS STAYIN , ENROLLMENT OR ADA OR GROWING, YOU WILL NOT SEE A .2%. WOULD YOU AGREE WITH THAT?

>> YES YOU WILL SEE SOME DISTRICTS SAYING THAT YOU LOOK AT THEIR ENROLLMENT NUMBERS AN THE NUMBERS MAY BE EITHER STEAD OR HIGHER BUT SOME DISTRICTS TOOK STUDENTS BEYOND THE FUNDE DATE WHICH MEANS IF YOU TOOK THREE OR 400 EXTRA STUDENTS IT SHOWS YOUR ENROLLMENT BUT YOU'R NOT GETTING PAID FOR IT. THAT DOESN'T TRANSLATE INTO ANY ADDITIONAL DOLLARS BUT IT DOES TRANSLATE TO ADDITIONAL EXPENSES.

>> THIS IS WHAT -- IT'S VERY DIFFICULT TO CALCULATE AND I WANTED TO ILLUSTRATE THIS OF HOW THE FUNDING VARIES DEPENDIN ON WHAT GRADE LEVEL THE KIDS ARE. THEY ARE THE ONES THAT ARE EACH FUNDED DIFFERENTLY. I DOES APPLY TO THAT BASE AND IT

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GIVES YOU THE TOTAL FOR THOSE GRADES AND IT'S A GREAT ADD-ON WE GET ADDITIONAL $1032 FOR EACH STUDENT, NOTHING 4-6.

NOTHING 7-8 WE GET $312. WE GET AN ADDITIONAL $3000 AS AN ADD-ON BECAUSE OF THE LOW SIZ RATIO WITH THE REQUIREMENT TO HAVE THE TEACHER AND A PARENT IN THE CLASSROOM. PER STUDENT FUNDING, IT'S ON THAT LINE. 13-9-10-9. THE BOTTOM ILLUSTRATES SO YOU CAN SEE HOW WHEN A STUDENT GOES FROM THERE WE LOSE $3000 PER STUDENT IN FUNDING. WHEN THEY GO FROM THIR GRADE TO FOURTH GRADE, YOU LOSE $882 . WE GET SOME OF IT BACK WHEN THEY GO FROM 6-7TH GRADE W GET AN ADDITIONAL $298 WHEN THE GO FROM GRADE 8 THROUGH GRADE 9 WE GET ADDITIONAL $1916. WE AR DOING PROJECTIONS MOVING FORWARD, WE LIKE AT ADA AND OPEN ENROLLMENT BUT IT'S NOT AN EASY CALCULATION AS THE KIDS MOVE UP, THE DOLLARS THAT THEY GENERATE.

>> FOR 23 AND 24, THIS JUST ILLUSTRATES SOME OF THE MAJOR CHANGES THAT IMPACTED THE BUDGET. THE FIRST LINE YEAR OVE YEAR ABOUT $6.2 MILLION. THERE ARE A NUMBER OF UPS AND DOWNS I HERE. A LOT OF IT HAS TO DO WITH INFLATION INCREASE IN COST AND INSURANCE IS A BIG ONE. I WANT TO POINT OUT WE DID INCREASE THE SCHOOL ALLOCATION BY 10%, WHICH IS THE FIRST TIME WE'VE DONE THAT IN THE LAST SIX YEARS. RECOGNIZING THE INCREAS IN COST. THIS FOLLOWS A SIMILAR TREND OF WHAT WE SEE IN ENROLLMENT. SCHOOLS ARE FUNDED HERE, WE ALLOCATE DOLLARS BASE ON ENROLLMENT. AS ENROLLMENT DECLINES, THEY GET LESS DOLLARS THIS 10% IS CAN HELP BRIDGE THAT GAP SO THEY ARE NOT SEEING IT AS LARGE OF A HIT. WE ARE HAPPY TO AT LEAST DO THAT, MOVING FORWARD. IT DOESN'T SOLVE EVERY SINGLE PROBLEM WE HAVE, WE ARE ABLE TO INCREASE THOSE DOLLARS. THAT DOESN'T INCLUDE ANYTHING WITH STAFFING THIS IS JUST SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS.

AND 23. WHERE WE ARE AT 23 AND 24 THIS IS WHERE YOU SEE OVER 3 YEAR-OVER-YEAR AND INCREASE GOING FROM 190 MILLION TO 196 FAR SHORT OF WHAT IS ADVERTISED AT 8.22. THE FEDERAL AND STATE DECLINE HEAR A SIGNIFICANT DECREASE THAT'S BECAUSE OF THE STIMULUS FUNDS GOING AWAY THAT ARE EXPENDED. YEAR-OVER-YEAR, WHEN YOU LOOK AT WHERE WE ARE PROJECTED TO END THE YEAR AT 272 WE ARE AT 32 MILLION IT'S MOSTLY STIMULUS DOLLARS THAT ARE BEING SUSPENDED.

THIS IS A BREAKDOWN OF A DIFFERENTIAL WE HAVE RESTRICTE AND UNRESTRICTED DOLLARS MOST O THEM GO TO SPECIAL EDUCATION.

IT'S NOT RESTRICTED. WE HAVE A TITLE PROGRAM WITH FUNDING WHICH IS MONEY THAT WE RECEIVED FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION. ONE OF THE NEW PROPOSALS FOR NEXT YEAR -- IT'S NOW A PASTOR DIRECTLY TO THE SCHOOL DISTRICT BASED ON ADA. OUR YEAR-OVER-YEAR IS TAKING THE SAME HIT BASED ON ADA AS WE ARE SEEING IN OUR REGULAR ENROLLMENT AS WELL. WE ARE GETTING HIT ON THAT AS WELL WHERE OUR MONEY COMES FROM. MOS OF IT COMES FROM LOCAL CONTROL FUNDING FORMULAS. 6% COMES FRO THE TRANSFER EDUCATION AND A SMALL PERCENT COMES FROM LOCAL DOLLARS.

WE SEE THOSE RESTRICTED FUNDS BEING SPENT AND NOT BEING REPLENISHED. THIS IS THE BREAKDOWN BETWEEN RESTRICTED AN

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UNRESTRICTED DOLLARS. AND ADDS UP TO $247 MILLION PROJECTED EXPENSES.

YOU CAN SEE HOW WE SPEND OUR DOLLARS. WE HAVE A MAJOR RESOURCE. WE HAVE A BRACKET OF PERSONNEL AND STAFFING EXPENSES TOGETHER $.84 OF EVERY DOLLAR W SPEND GOES TOWARDS PEOPLE.

IF YOU TAKE ALL THIS AND DO THE MATH YOU TAKE THE BEGINNING BALANCE WHAT WE ESTIMATE. SOME ADJUSTMENTS WE TAKE THE REVENU WE PROJECT AT 239 MILLION AND YOU SUBTRACT THE EXPENSES AND YOU ESTIMATE YOUR ENDING BALANC YOU WILL SEE YOUR ENDING BALANC PROJECTED TO GO FROM 34 MILLIO DOWN TO 27 MILLION AND THAT 27 MILLION IT'S BROKEN DOWN BELOW WITH OUR INVENTORY REVOLVING CASH 100,000. WE MAINTAIN THE FISCAL ISOLATION RESERVE WITH $3 MILLION REQUIRED TO KEEP 3% FOR THE RESERVES. THAT'S THE UNDESIGNATED FUND AT 16.5 MILLION YOU MAY SEE YOU START WITH 34 WE AND WITH 27. 16.5 I UNDESIGNATED.

MULTI-YEAR PROJECTION FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION WE ARE ABLE TO MEET THE FINANCIAL OBLIGATIONS FOR THIS YEAR PLUS THE NEXT TWO. WHEN WE DO OUR PROJECTIONS, 23 AND 24, YOU SEE 8.2% WITH ENROLLMENT PROJECTIO FOR NEXT YEAR. ERA ESTIMATED PENSION COST MAINTAINING CLASS SIZES, STAFFING RATIOS FOR EAC OF THE YEARS.

WE TAKE OUT TEACHERS AT A HIGHE SALARY AND GET TEACHERS WITH A LOWER SALARY. IT'S CALLED BREAKAGE. 24, 25, 25 AND 26 TH FACTORS WE GET EARLIER FROM TH ADVOCACY GROUPS IN ORDER FOR US TO DO OUR FORECAST, WE TAKE OU ENROLLMENT PROJECTIONS AND BUMP THE GRADES UP WE ACCOUNT FOR SOME INS AND OUTS. THIS IS WHERE YOU SEE THE THREE-YEAR ROLLING WHERE WE ARE GETTING FUNDED FOR LESS THEN -- MORE THAN WHERE WE ARE. LOOKING FORWARD IN THE NEXT COUPLE OF YEARS THE CHALLENGES THAT WE FACE, I NOTED THE FUNDING FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION FUNDING AND PROPORTION WHICH IS FOLLOWING A SIMILAR PATH. MEDICAL COSTS HAV BEEN INCREASING IN OUR RENEWAL THIS YEAR. IT'S WHAT'S CALLED LASERS. WE ARE SELF-INSURED WHEN WE GO FOR RENEWAL ON OUR COVERAGE MEANING ANY MAJOR LOS ABOVE $600,000 THE INSURANCE COMPANY CAN SAY WE ARE NOT GOING TO COVER THOSE. WE ARE ON THE HOOK NEXT YEAR FOR INCREASED DEDUCTIBLES FIRST . $ MILLION IN ADDITION TO THE CLAIMS AND THE PREMIUMS WE HAV TO PAY. LEGAL FEES WE STILL HAVE PENDING LITIGATION BACK FROM 2015 REGARDING THE PROPERT DISPUTE AND OTHER FUNDS. THE PROPERTY LIABILITY INSURANCE HA BECOME A MAJOR ISSUE FOR NOT ONLY US BUT FOR THE COUNTY AN FOR THE ENTIRE STATE. WORLDWIDE YOU SEE ALL THE THINGS HAPPENING BECAUSE OF NATURE.

WHETHER THEY BE TORNADOES, FLOODS, HURRICANES IS BECOMING MORE AND MORE DIFFICULT FOR US TO GET PROPERTY INSURANCE WE AR LOOKING AT 100% INCREASE IN OU PROPERTY INSURANCE AND A 50% INCREASE IN THE OUT YEARS WITH LIABILITY INSURANCE AS WELL.

LOOKING AT A 30% INCREASE EACH YEAR. UTILITY COST.

>> BRIEFLY. WHERE DO WE TRACK DOWN THE PROPERTY LIABILITY INSURANCE? WHERE DO WE LOOK FO THE BEST PRICE OR MAKE SURE WE ARE COVERED? HOW DO WE DO THAT WITH THE COUNTY?

>> WE PULL OUR INSURANCE WITH THE FUNDING AUTHORITY WHICH WE WILL REFER TO AS POWERS AUTHORITY. ALL THE SCHOOL

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DISTRICTS IN THE COUNTY ARE TOGETHER. WE POOL OUR RESOURCE TOGETHER AND WHAT WE DO, WE GO OUT FOR SECONDARY AND THIRD AN FOURTH LEVEL OF CLAIMS. WE ARE TRYING TO LEVERAGE OUR SIZE AS LARGE COUNT WHICH IS A PRO AND A CON IT COMES WITH OUR ABILITY WITH A LARGE ACCOUNT BUT IT ALS COMES WITH THAT WE ARE IN A FIRE AREA EVERY TIME THERE IS A FIRE, WE TAKE A HIT. SOMETIMES WHEN THERE ISN'T A FIRE HERE, A FIRE 700 MILES AWAY, WE TAKE A HIT. THAT'S HOW THE BACKEND OF THE INSURANCE WORKS. WE HAVE

LIABILITY. >> UTILITY COSTS CONTINUE TO INCREASE. WE DID APPLY FOR THE GRANTS TO TEST THE PROJECTS WHICH WE ARE HOPING WILL SAVE U SOME COSTS AS THE BATTERIES WILL CHARGE WHEN UTILITY COSTS ARE LOWER AND EXPRESS THEIR ENERGY DURING THE DAY WHEN UTILITY COSTS ARE HIGHER BUT WE WILL HAVE TO WAIT AND SEE IF THOSE ARE LONG-TERM BENEFITS WE SHOULD SEE MOVING FORWARD. TRANSPORTATION COST FUEL COST REMAIN HIGH. THERE IS A STAFFING SHORTAGE FOR BUS DRIVERS AS WELL WE ARE LOOKING AT A 5% INCREASE IN ADDITION T FUEL SURCHARGES AND THAT AFFECT US NOT ONLY FOR TRANSPORTING KIDS BUT EVERY TIME WE GET DELIVERED NOW WE HAVE A FUEL SURCHARGE EVEN WHEN WE CONTRACT OUT THE SERVICES, THE ORGANIZATIONS AND SERVICE FOLK HERE ARE CHARGING US A FUEL SURCHARGE AS WELL. STAFFING REMAINS A CHALLENGE SO WE ARE FORCED TO OUTSOURCE SOME SERVICES IT MEANS WE PAY MORE FOR THE SAME SERVICES HAD WE HAD STAFF INTERNALLY AND THE PROGRAMS AND SERVICES SOMETHIN WE HAVE TO LOOK AT WITH THE PRESENTATION EARLIER WITH SOME OTHER PROGRAMS WE HAVE HAD IN THE PAST, WE HAVE BEEN ABSORBING. WHEN YOU PLUG ALL O THIS IN WITH THE FACTORS THAT W USE AND LOOKING AHEAD, WE WILL BE FINE IN YEAR THREE AS OF NOW BUT WHAT WE'RE DOING, WE ARE EATING OUR BALANCE MOVING FORWARD. YOU LOOK AT 23 AND 24 OPERATING AT PLUS-. REMAINING STEADY FOR 24 AND 25 GOING UP ABOUT $1 MILLION AT 8.2. YOU SEE OUR BALANCE GO DOWN STARTIN AT 34 MILLION YOU SEE OUR BALANCE GO DOWN STARTING AT 34,000,024, 25, 26. WHEN YOU FILTER THAT DOWN, THE 16 MILLION OF UNDESIGNATED FUNDS EARLIER AT THE END OF 23 AND 24 BY 25 AND 26, THEY COULD POTENTIALLY BE JUST OVER $1 MILLION. I CAN'T TELL YOU WHAT'S GOING TO HAPPEN IN 25 AND 26. THE STATE STILL HASN'T APPROVED THE BUDGET THEY ARE WORKING BACK AND FORTH WITH THE GOVERNOR TO COME UP ON THE STAT BUDGET WHICH WILL IMPACT ALL OF THESE NUMBERS. WHAT THIS LOOKS LIKE MOVING FORWARD, HOW THE ECONOMY FARES NEXT YEAR TWO YEARS, THREE YEARS, WELL OBVIOUSLY CHANGE ALL THESE NUMBERS. NONE OF THIS IS ACCURATE, NONE OF THIS IS RIGHT BASED ON THE FACTORS THAT WE ARGUE. THESE ARE THE OTHER FUNDS THAT WE OPERATE. IT'S TH FIRST GROUP OF PROGRAMS THAT WE RUN FROM A NOTIFICATION FOR CHILD CARE AND THE CAFETERIA FUND WHICH IS THE CHILD NUTRITION FUND. WE ARE FORTUNAT TO HAVE MAINTENANCE PICK UP SOM MAJOR THINGS THAT OUR SCHOOL SITES NEED. CAPITOL TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPING THESE FUNDS AND SURPLUS PROPERTY. WE DID MOVE THE $3.5 MILLION WE DID THIS YEAR FOR TEXTBOOK PURCHASES. W SELL THAT PROPERTY.

THEY AGREED TO MOVE 3 1/2 MILLION DOLLARS OF THOSE FUNDS TOWARDS THE PURCHASE OF TEXTBOOKS WE DID APPLY FOR THE STATE TO GET APPROVAL LIKE THAT THE PRINCIPAL INTEREST PAYMENT.

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WE GOT A PRETTY LOW FUND BALANC WE ARE RUNNING ABOUT 2.7 MILLIO IN INCOME EXPENSE AND HEALTH AN WELFARE. AS I MENTIONED EARLIER, WE ARE RESPONSIBLE.

WE HAVE A COMPOSITE RATE WHICH IS HOW WE ESTIMATE THE EMPLOYEE THIS YEAR FROM 16,000.

IT WAS A $2000 PER PERSON INCREASE JUST ON THAT.

THOSE TWO CLAIMS. IT'S JUST A GENERAL PASS THROUGH WHERE WE HAVE VARIOUS SCHOLARSHIPS. REMARK WE ARE COMING TO A CLOS ON STIMULUS FUNDS THIS IS GOIN BACK TO 2022.

THAT WILL GO AWAY. WE ARE LEFT WITH THREE POTS OF MONEY. THE INSTRUCTION GRANT HAS OVER $1 MILLION LEFT. THE EXPANDED LEARNING OPPORTUNITY GRANT.

IT STILL LEFT. THAT WILL BE EXPENDED BY THIS COMING YEAR.

THE PROGRAMS THAT WE SAW EARLIER.

THE BUDGET IS DONE.

AND VERY INFORMATIVE PRESENTATION.

IT SEEMS LIKE MORE -- EVERY YEA WE TALK ABOUT IT. THERE IS EVE MORE UNCERTAINTY. WHEN WE VISI THIS -- CORRECT?

>> THE NEXT ONE.

TAX COLLECTIONS ARE EXPECTED TO -- IT'S OCTOBER 18TH IS WHEN THEY ARE DUE. YOU WILL NOT HEA ANYTHING OCTOBER 18TH PROBABLY HEAR SOMETHING CLOSER IN NOVEMBER. LOOKING FORWARD WE PROBABLY WON'T EVEN GET A GOOD SENSE OF WHERE WE ARE UNTIL TH GOVERNOR'S PROPOSED BUDGET IN JANUARY.

WE MAY HAVE TO WAIT UNTIL WE REVISE THAT. IT WILL BE A REALL CHOPPY YEAR. WE HAVE TO HOPE THEY RESTORE THOSE ONE-TIME FUNDS.

THEY HAVE TO REDUCED US FOR TH DOLLARS THAT THEY ARE PLANNING ON TAKING AWAY. BUT THAT MAY COME AT THE EXPENSE. WHAT WAS THAT? WHAT WAS THE CARTOON I HAD HERE? IT'S GOOD TO GIVE BACK. THERE IS A LOT OF UNCERTAINTY WE WILL SEE SOME ADJUSTMENTS IN THE FIRST INTERIM. THE TAX COLLECTIONS WON'T BE HERE UNTI OCTOBER.

I DON'T KNOW HOW MUCH WE ARE GOING TO SEE.

HOPEFULLY BEFORE JUNE 30TH THE GOVERNOR LEGISLATURE AGREES ON THE BUDGET. SO WE WILL KNOW WHAT HOLD STEADY FOR THIS YEAR.

>> THE PIECE TO ME IS VERY DISAPPOINTING.

NOT EVEN CLEARING OUT THAT. THIS IS A QUICK QUESTION.

YOU HAD A FOOTNOTE AT 93 AND 94%. WHAT DID THAT LOOK LIKE PRE-COLORED? DID THAT GO DOWN O YOUR PERCENTAGE?

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>> YOUR OVER 96.

AS HE POINTED OUT, IT'S EASY TO MISS A DAY OF SCHOOL NOW. I DO KNOW THAT THAT IS ANOTHER ISSUE THEY HAVE ONGOING MONEY.

>> THANK YOU.

WANT TO SAY IT'S SOBERING. I LOVED YOUR GRAPHICS. GIVE A SHOUT OUT TO THE GRAPHICS YET AGAIN. I DID MISS THE DOLLAR IN SLICES YOU HAD SOME NEW ONES. THAT WAS GOOD. I REALLY PARTICULARLY LIKE THE SLIDE WITH THE LITTLE SWOOP THINGS THAT WAS VERY HELPFUL ESPECIALL WHEN YOU EXPLAINED IT. THANK YOU FOR THAT. NOW I ACTUALLY GE IT.

THE DELAYED INCOME TAX DEADLINE DOES IT MAKE NEXT YEAR'S PROJECTIONS AT ALL EASIER BECAUSE THERE'S SUCH A SMALL AREA NOW? INSTEAD OF THE TYPICAL WHOLE YEAR? LOOKING FOR A TINY LITTL SILVER LINING THERE'S PROBABLY NOTHING THERE.

>> WELL -- I THINK WHAT WILL HAPPEN IS BECAUSE OCTOBER WIL GIVE YOU THE INDICATOR OF ENDING JUNE 2023. IT WILL ALSO GIVE YOU HOW WE START THE YEAR FROM JULY TO OCTOBER. IT WILL BE BENEFICIAL BECAUSE THEY WIL BE ABLE TO SAY THE TREND COMING OUT -- ENDING JUNE 2023 THE TREND COMING OUT OF THERE IN THE TREND STARTING IN 23 AND 24, WILL GIVE A BETTER PICTURE AS TO HOW WE ARE GOING WHICH W WILL PROBABLY INFLUENCE WITH THE PROPOSED BUDGET IN JANUARY THERE'S ALSO A LOT OF POLITICAL SPINS ON YEAR. THE GOVERNOR IS GOING TO RUN FOR PRESIDENT. IT' AN ELECTION YEAR NEXT YEAR. WHEN THE TERM LIMITS WERE ESTABLISHED IN THE LEGISLATURE, I BELIEVE EVERYONE WILL COME DUE THIS NEXT ELECTION CYCLE WHICH IS ONLY SIGNIFICANT IN A SENSE FOR SCHOOLS BECAUSE THER WILL BE NOBODY LEFT. WHICH MAY BRING INTO QUESTION IS THIS TH BEST WAY TO FUND SCHOOLS OR DO WE WANT TO DO SOMETHING ELSE? THERE IS A NUMBER OF THINGS GOING ON DEPENDING ON THE OUTCOME OF WHATEVER HAPPENS I ELECTIONS THAT MAY IMPACT SOM FUTURE CONVERSATIONS THAT WILL CHANGE THIS WHOLE THING ONE WAY OR ANOTHER. HOPEFULLY FOR THE BETTER BUT THERE IS A LOT OF TALK ABOUT FUNDING ENROLLMENT.

IF WE JUST TAKE THE SAME PIE AND CUT IT BY A DIFFERENT NUMBER, IT DOESN'T MATTER. YOU'RE GETTING 10,000 NOW BUT YOU ONLY GOING TO GET 9500, IT DOESN'T HELP US. FROM A PR STANDPOINT, IT LOOKS GOOD TO SA HEY. NOW WE ARE FUNDING FOR ENROLLMENT. THAT DOESN'T DO ANYTHING FOR US.

CONVERTING TO THE ENROLLMENT.

IT'S DIFFICULT TO HAVE THESE FUTURE PROTECTIONS.

SI POST WHERE SOMEONE SAID YOU SHOULD LET THEM FUND SCHOOLS.

I APPRECIATED THE SLIDE ON THE MAJOR BUDGET.

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I KNOW YOU ALLUDED TO SOME OF THEM. I DON'T KNOW. I KNOW A LO OF THEM ARE OUT OF OUR CONTROL. SOME THINGS ARE MORE IN OUR CONTROL.

THE POSITIONS THEY LEFT BEHIND, WE HAVEN'T DONE THAT YET.

THAT WAS ONE OF THE BIGGEST INCREASES WE SAW.

QUESTIONS? OKAY. THIS TOO WILL COME FORWARD FOR ACTION IN TWO

[E. Business Services - Public Hearing: Resolution #22/23-38: Education Protection Account (EPA) Spending Plan, 2023-2024]

WEEKS ON JUNE 21ST. IT BRINGS US TO THE BUSINESS SERVICES AN OUR THIRD PUBLIC HEARING OF TH EVENING. WE WILL NOW CONVENE A PUBLIC HEARING AT 9:37 TO RECEIVE PUBLIC TESTIMONY CONCERNING 22/23:38 EDUCATION PROTECTION ACCOUNT EPA SPENDIN PLAN . ARE THERE ANY PUBLIC COMMENTS ON THIS SIDE?

>> THERE ARE NOT. OKAY. WE WIL CLOSE THIS PUBLIC HEARING AT 9:37. ASK IF THERE ARE ANY COMMENTS OR DISCUSSION FROM THE BOARD.

>> YOU JUST WANT TO EXPLAIN? THIS IS SOMETHING THAT COMES UP ANNUALLY. PROP 30 CAME ABOUT A A QUESTION SIMILAR TO PROP 28 NOW. INCREASING THE STATE SALE TAX AND THOSE FUNDS ARE SUPPOSE TO GO TO SCHOOLS AND BECAUSE IT'S GENERATED FROM A TAX, SCHOOLS HAVE THE RESPONSIBILITY TO TELL THE PUBLIC HOW WE ARE SPENDING THOSE ADDITIONAL SALES TAX DOLLARS. WE'VE ALWAYS USED PROP 30 MONEY FOR TEACHER SALARIES AND THAT IS WHAT WE PRESENT SO THIS IS AN ANNUAL THING.

>> IT'S NOT ADDITIONAL MONEY BU THIS IS MONEY THAT WE HAVE ALWAYS GOTTEN. IT'S NOT ABOVE AND BEYOND WHAT WE ARE ENTITLED TO WITH PROP 28 SO -- IT IS I WAS SUPPOSED THE SUNSET I BELIEVE TWO YEARS AGO AND IT WA EXTENDED TO 2030. I DON'T EVEN WANT TO LOOK THAT FAR AHEAD BUT FOR NOW IT'S GOOD.

[F. Board of Education - Approval of Subcommittee's Recommendations for Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee Member Selection]

COMMENTS ON THIS SIDE, WE WILL MOVE TOO.

>> I MOVED TO APPROVE THE RECOMMENDED APPLICANTS TO SERVE ON THE BOND OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE.

>> THANK YOU, TRUSTEE GOLDBERG. >> SECOND.

>> IT'S BEEN MOVED AND SECONDED DO WE HAVE ANY DISCUSSION ON

THIS? >> I SEE NONE. LET'S VOTE.

>> TRUSTEE GOLDBERG. >> YES.

>> TRUSTEE SYLVESTER. >> S.

>> MOTION CARRIES 5-0 WITH A PREFERENTIAL YES. WE CAN PERHAPS GET THROUGH 3G AND LOO FOR WHEN WE NEED TO TAKE A

[G. Human Resources - Declaration of Need for Fully Qualified Educators]

BREAK.

LET'S DO 3G, HUMAN RESOURCES NEED FOR QUALIFIED EDUCATORS.

THE MOTION PLEASE. >> TRUSTEE GOLDBERG.

>> I MOVE WE APPROVE THE DECLARATION FOR QUALIFIED EDUCATORS AND THE ANNUAL STATEMENT OF NEED FOR THE 2023

2024 SCHOOL YEAR. >> THANK YOU. THANK YOU FOR THE SECOND. IS THERE ANY DISCUSSION

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VOTE. >> YES.

>> YES. >> TRUSTEE SYLVESTER.

>> TRUSTEE GOLDBERG. TRUSTEE POWELL. MOTION CARRIES 5-0 WIT

[4. ACTION ITEMS – CONSENT]

THE PREFERENTIAL YES VOTE. >> CAN I REQUEST THAT WE GET THROUGH CONSENT AGENDA SINCE THERE'S NO ITEMS PULLED? IF WE COULD DO THAT, THAT WOULD BE GREAT FOR SOME FOLKS.

>> ABSOLUTELY. >> OKAY, THANK YOU VERY MUCH.

>> THANK YOU VERY MUCH. MOVED AND SECONDED IS THERE ANY

DISCUSSION? >> OKAY WE WILL VOTE.

>> TRUSTEE COBB. TRUSTEE GOLDBERG.

>> TRUSTEE SYLVESTER. TRUSTEE POWELL. MOTION CARRIES 5-0 WIT

A PREFERENTIAL YES VOTE. >> I WOULD LIKE TO CONSENT.

>> I WOULD LIKE TO ASK HARRIS TO COME UP TO THE PODIUM AS SHE IS NOW OUR NEW DIRECTOR FOR STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES AND OUR SECOND KINDERGARTEN GRADUAT OR PROMOTER ON TONIGHT'S

AGENDA. >> CONGRATULATIONS.

>> THANK YOU, PRESIDENT. DISTRICT LEADERSHIP. I DID ATTEND THE SCHOOL FOR 13 YEARS . I'M IN MY 23RD YEAR AFTER BEING WEST LATE THOUSAND OAKS HIGH SCHOOL. FOR THAT ENTIRE TIME I HAVE BEEN HONORED TO SERVE WITH GREAT PEOPLE AT BOTH OF THOSE PLACES WITH STUDENTS, FAMILIES, STAFF. ADMINISTRATIV TEAMS. HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO SERVE ALL THE STUDENTS

>> OKAY. SHOULD WE TAKE A BREAK

>> I MOVE THAT WE EXTEND MEETIN TO POTENTIALLY NO LATER THAN MIDNIGHT.

ANY COMMENTS? >> THANK YOU. WE ARE AT

[A. Student Services & Instructional Services - Presentation: Strategic Plan for Inclusion for Students with Disabilities]

SECTION 5, BEGINNING WITH FIV DAY. STUDENT SERVICES AND INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES PRESENTATION ON OUR STRATEGIC PLAN FOR INCLUSION.

WE'VE BEEN LOOKING FORWARD TO THIS. WELCOME WELCOME.

>> GOOD EVENING. I LOVE OUR PRESENTATIONS FROM THE COLLABORATION. ESPECIALLY WITH THE STRATEGIC PLAN FOR INCLUSIO BECAUSE IT DOES HIGHLIGHT THAT IT IS INCLUSION . IT'S NOT JUST STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES BUT ALL OF OUR STUDENTS BENEFIT FROM THIS INTENTIONAL AWARENESS WITH THAT WE HAVE OUR DIRECTOR OF SPECIAL EDUCATION DR.AARON RODRICK AND OUR DIRECTORS OF INSTRUCTION , DR.SELLERS. DR.WILSON AND MR.BRIAN. THEY WORK VERY HARD. COLLABORATING, WORKING WELL AND DOING AMAZING THINGS FOR OUR STUDENTS. WITH THIS PRESENTATION WE ALSO HAVE

A VIDEO. >> GOOD EVENING BOARD PRESIDENT GILL. SUPERINTENDENT DR.MCLACHLAN. MEMBERS OF THE BOARD AND DISTRICT LEADERSHIP. DIRECTORS OF SPECIAL EDUCATION AND OUR INSTRUCTIONAL DIRECTORS THAT WORK COLLABORATIVELY ON THIS PLANET ARE VERY PLEASED AN EXCITED TO PRESENT TO YOU THE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT STRATEGIC INCLUSION PLAN FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES. AS REVIEWED WHEN HE REVIEWED THE PRESENTATION AND OUR INSTRUCTIONAL DIRECTORS WILL REVIEW LATER, WE HAVE OVERARCHING GOALS WITHIN THE STRATEGIC PLAN THAT ARE DIRECTL CONNECTED. THAT IS DESIGNED TO SUPPORT POSITIVE STUDENT OUTCOMES FOR ALL STUDENTS AND THE INSTRUCTIONAL DIRECTORS WIL REVIEW HOW THE SCHOOLS DIRECTLY CONNECT TO THESE INCLUSION GOALS.

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PLAN AND STARTED DOING THE WOR , WE REALLY LOOKED AT THESE RESTRICTIVE ENVIRONMENTS. A SENSUAL FOR THE FEDERAL INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES ACT . WITHIN THAT IT STATES THAT STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES MUST BE INCLUDED IN THE GENERAL EDUCATION SETTING TO THE GREATEST EXTENT POSSIBLE.

RESEARCH OVERWHELMINGLY STATES THE BENEFITS OF STUDENTS HAVIN ACCESS TO THEIR PEERS INCLUDIN SOCIAL BENEFITS FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES INCLUDING ACADEMIC ADVANCEMENTS FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES AND INCLUDING REMOVING A STIGMA THAT COULD BE RELATED TO HAVING A DISABILITY WHEN WE HAVE MORE INCLUSIVE PRACTICES. IT'S IMPORTANT TO ALSO CONSIDER THE ENVIRONMENT BEST THE INDIVIDUALIZED. IT'S DETERMINE BASED ON THE STUDENTS GOALS. DETERMINED BASED ON THE STUDENT SERVICE NEEDS AND INDIVIDUAL STUDENT LEARNING PROFILES. IT MUST BE INDIVIDUALIZED AND IT MUST BE REFLECTED IN THE PAPERWORK AND WHAT IS REALLY IMPORTANT TO KNOW , ALL STAFF ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR INCLUSION AND ALL STAFF ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE LEAST RESTRICTIVE ENVIRONMENT.

SO NEXT, WE REALLY LOOKED AT WHAT IS THAT LINK BETWEEN INCLUSION? WHEN YOU LOOK AT THAT AND YOU THINK ABOUT INCLUSION YOU REALLY HAVE TO FIRST THINK ABOUT MINDSET.

MINDSET IF YOU WILL INCLUDES THE INCLUSIVE PRACTICES BUT WITHOUT THAT PLATE, THE INCLUSIVE PRACTICES CANNOT BE HELD TOGETHER AND CANNOT BE EFFECTIVE INCLUSIVE PRACTICES ARE REALLY EFFECTIVE WHEN WE HAVE A MINDSET THAT EVERY STUDENT BELONGS AT THE TABLE AN EVERY STUDENT HAS A VOICE AT TH TABLE AND EVERY STUDENT IS INCLUDED. WHEN WE HAVE THAT MINDSET, OUR INCLUSIVE PRACTICE CAN BE IMPLEMENTED WITH SUCCES AND THAT INCLUDES OUR EVIDENCE-BASED APPROACHES FOR PROACTIVE DESIGN FOR THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT, OUR SOCIA EMOTIONAL SUPPORT, OUR INSTRUCTION TO ADDRESS VARIABILITY AND TO IDENTIFY THE BARRIERS THAT MIGHT IMPEDE THE ACCESS TO INCLUSION. INCLUSIVE PRACTICES INCLUDE OUR STRUCTURAL PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND LEADERSHIP DRIVERS THAT RECOGNIZE AND VALU THE DIVERSITY OF ALL STUDENTS AND EQUIPS OUR STAFF , OUR TEACHERS, OUR ADMINISTRATORS WITH THE KNOWLEDGE WITH THE RESOURCES THEY CAN TO PROVIDE INCLUSIVE PRACTICES MAKE SURE THEY ARE ACTIVELY ENGAGED TO INCLUDE ALL STUDENTS IN OUR SCHOOL COMMUNITIES.

>> WE WANT TO TALK ABOUT THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE LEAST RESTRICTIVE ENVIRONMENT AND INCLUSION. WHEN WE THINK OF INCLUSION WE PUT TOGETHER THIS CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK. WHEN WE THINK OF INCLUSION, WE CAN THIN OF A HOUSE. THE FUNDAMENTAL STRUCTURE OF A HOUSE IS THAT FOUNDATION. WE NEED TO LOOK AT THE GENERAL EDUCATION ENVIRONMENT AND THE FOUNDATIONAL FACTORS. THINGS LIKE GOOD FIRST INSTRUCTION DESIGN FOR THE LEARNING STYLES OF ALL LEARNERS. THINGS LIKE TEACHER TRAINING, CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS, ENSURING ADEQUATE PREP TIME FOR TEACHERS MASTER SCHEDULES. ACCESS TO THE NEEDED MATERIAL EVERYONE NEEDS HAVING -- BEING ABLE TO DISCERN SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION TRAITS FROM DISABILITY.

FIRST-TIER TARGETED INTERVENTIO CULTURAL COMPETENCY TO INCREASE STUDENT CONNECTION TO THEIR LEARNING AND INCLUSIVE MINDSET AND BELIEFS. WHEN THESE FOUNDATIONAL THINGS ARE STRONG, THEY PROVIDE THE SUPPORT FOR ALL STUDENTS AND INCREASE THE ACCESS TO THE GENERAL EDUCATION CURRICULUM. THEY ARE BUILT WIT INTENTION AND SUPPORT BEAMS THAT HOLD THAT COVER, THE ROOF OVER ALL STUDENTS, THAT LEADS T A PLACE OF COLLABORATION.

COMMUNICATION. BETWEEN ALL OF OUR STAFF TO SUPPORT ALL STUDENTS AND ACCESS OPPORTUNITY AND PROGRESS. THE LEAST RESTRICTIVE ENVIRONMENT. I GET THE PLEASURE OF TALKING ABOUT THE NEXT SLIDE AND THAT'S OUR SUCCESSES IT'S THE COOLEST PART OF THE NIGHT. ESPECIALLY AFTER ALL THAT BUDGET STUFF. IN BUILDING OUR PLAN YOU'RE TALKIN ABOUT THESE FOUNDATIONAL PIECE

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AS WE MOVE THROUGH. WE REALLY WANT TO REFLECT UPON AND HIGHLIGHT THE SUCCESSES AND BUILD ON THAT. BEFORE WE SHOW THIS REALLY WONDERFUL FUN PEPPY VIDEO, I WANTED TO BRING A LITTLE ATTENTION TO THE COOL THINGS WE HAVE BEEN DOING.

TEACHING ACROSS ALL SECONDARY SCHOOLS HAVING CONSISTENT TRAINING AND SCHEDULING MEETING TO REVIEW THAT LEAST RESTRICTIVE ENVIRONMENT DATA AND ADMINISTRATORS. WORKING ON THE CREATION OF A HANDBOOK FOR TEACHERS AND ADMINISTRATORS.

CONTINUING TO IMPLEMENT UNIVERSAL DESIGN FOR LEARNING.

CONTINUING TO HAVE TEACHERS ON SPECIAL ASSIGNMENT, UNIFIED SPORTS.

MULTI TIERS OF STUDENT SUPPORT. ALL OF THESE PIECES AND RESTORATIVE PRACTICES ARE SOME OF THE SUCCESSES WE ALREADY HAV IN PLACE. WE WANTED TO SHARE A FOUR MINUTE CLIP HIGHLIGHTING WHAT OUR STUDENTS HAVE TO SAY ABOUT WHAT WE ARE DOING SO FAR.

BE AWARE OF THAT.

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PROCESS THIS? DO YOU LOOK FORWARD TO PROCESSING TOGETHER? ♪ ♪ TOGETHER. I DON'T THINK WE NEED TO SEE IT AGAIN. SO, AS WE BEGAN TO DEVELOP THE PLAN, WE LOOK AT THE AREAS OF NEED AND IDENTIFY THE NEEDS ASSESSMENT AND WE IDENTIFIED TWO BASIC KEY AREAS AND THAT WOULD BE SERVICE GAPS FOR OUR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES AND ACCESS TO GENERAL EDUCATION THROUGHOUT THE DAY. IN ORDER TO ADDRESS THESE SPECIFIC AREAS OF NEED, WE PLAN TO HAVE THE ENTIRE STRATEGIC PLAN REALLY TARGET THESE AREAS OF IMPLEMENTING TARGETED INTERVENTIONS AND RESEARCH-BASED CURRICULUM , CONTINUING TO DEVELOP WORK ON MIND-SET , AND FOCUS ON PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR TEACHERS TO BETTER SUPPORT DIVERSE LEARNERS AND MAKE SURE THAT ALL STUDENTS HAVE ACCESS TO HIGH-QUALITY EDUCATION. SO, A VERY KEY COMPONENT IS THAT WE NEED TO ENSURE THE MOST IMPORTANT COMPONENT WAS GETTING INPUT FROM OUR STAKEHOLDERS. WE WANT TO GO TO THE NEXT SLIDE. WE CAN'T? NO PROBLEM. WE WILL HIGHLIGHT SOME OF THE KEY IDEAS . WE TALKED WITH PARENTS AND GUARDIANS AND TEACHERS AND ADMINISTRATORS AND COUNSELORS AND I WANT TO SHARE SOME REALLY AWESOME , SPECIFIC QUOTES THAT WE TOOK INTO CONSIDERATION AND IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF OUR PLAN. I WANT TO SHARE SOME REALLY GREAT ONES. ENSURING TRAINING FOR ALL STAFF WITH INCLUSIVE LANGUAGE TO MODEL FOR STUDENTS TO PRESUME COMPETENCE.

COMMUNICATION IS SO IMPORTANT . SOME THINGS MIGHT NOT BE COMMUNICATED IN THE WEEKLY NEWSLETTER . IF OUR STUDENTS CANNOT COMMUNICATE AND ARE IN A SPECIALIZED PROGRAM THEY MAY NOT GET THE INFORMATION THAT A HOMEROOM OR SPECIFIC SUBJECT AREA TEACHER WOULD. IT'S SMALL THINGS THAT GROW INTO MOUNTAINS, AS A PARENT, THAT MAKE US FEEL LIKE OUTSIDERS.

COMMUNICATION BUILDS A STRONG AND INCLUSIVE SCHOOL COMMUNITY.

TAKE A LOOK . THE IDEA IS TO TAKE A LOOK AT SOME DISTRICT POLICIES AND PROCEDURES AND ENSURE WE HAVE INCLUSIVE LANGUAGE. MAKE SURE TO INCLUDE ALL SORTS OF PROVIDERS IN TRAINING THAT REALLY WORK ON ENSURING BY INTO INCLUSIVE PRACTICES AND INCLUDE STUDENTS IN THAT PROCESS, NOT JUST OUR OLDER STUDENTS , EVEN STARTING FROM A VERY YOUNG AGE. AND,

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OUR TEACHERS AND COUNSELORS REALLY LOOKS REAL , AS WE DEVELOP OUR PLAN AND ONE SAID IT'S REALLY LOOKING FOR A SPECIFIC AREA , IT MIGHT BE HELPFUL TO ADD COUNSELING , TIER ONE, TWO, AND THREE SPORTS, BUT MUCH OF OUR SUPPORT AND THE SERVICES WE PROVIDE NEED TO BE INCLUDED AND EMBEDDED. MODIFICATIONS THAT ENCOURAGE CAMPUSWIDE EVENTS.

FOR INSTANCE, RALLIES , OUTSIDE, WITH LESS STIMULATION, RALLIES THAT ARE STRINGS, THINGS LIKE THAT.

INCLUDING THESE IN THE TEACHING HANDBOOK . THIS IS DIRECT QUOTE , " OUTLINES FOR CO-TEACHING , I LOVE CO-TEACHING." THAT IS A DIRECT QUOTE. AND, THE VOICE OF OUR STUDENTS IS ALSO INCORPORATED. IT'S IMPORTANT THAT MY TEACHER KNOWS MY ACCOMMODATIONS. I HAVE TESTS WHERE I NEED MORE TIME IN A SAFE PLACE TO TAKE THEM. SPORTS AND SPARKLES IS WELCOMING FOR EVERYONE, AND THIS IS ONE OF MY FAVORITE AND DIRECT QUOTES. "TIME WITH MY FRIENDS AND A LOT OF CLASSES." WE CAN GO AHEAD AND GO TO THE NEXT SLIDE. THIS LEADS US TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE KEY PRIORITY AREAS. BASED ON OUR IDENTIFIED STRENGTHS AND NEEDS , OUR STRATEGIC METHOD IS TO INCORPORATE OR INCLUDE FOUR PRIORITY AREAS. PRIORITY ONE IS REALLY FOCUSING ON THIS ENVIRONMENT. PRIORITY TWO IS INCLUSIVE PRACTICES, THREE AS PROFESSIONAL LEARNING, AND FOUR IS COMMUNICATION. WITHIN EACH OF THESE PRIORITY AREAS, YOU WILL SEE OUR PLAN. WE HAVE VERY SPECIFIC GOALS WITH THESE PRIORITIES AND ACTIONS TO MEET THAT GOAL. I WILL TURN IT OVER TO DR. SELLERS TO HIGHLIGHT SPECIFIC ACTIONS IN

THE GOAL FOR PRIORITY ONE. >> SUPER GRACEFUL. SO, PRIORITY ONE RELATIONSHIP TO THE ENVIRONMENT IS TO INCREASE THE PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS RECEIVING 80% OR MORE OF THEIR EDUCATION AND GENERAL EDUCATION TO MAKE PROGRESS TOWARD THE STATE TARGET AS INDICATED. SO, THE TARGET INDICATOR FOR THIS SCHOOL YEAR IS 64%. THIS DIRECTLY TIES INTO GOAL ONE , IMPLEMENTING TARGETED ACTION AND SERVICES AND GO FOUR, ENHANCING THE SOCIAL, EMOTIONAL, AND PHYSICAL WELL-BEING OF ALL STUDENTS. SO, WHEN YOU LOOK AT STRATEGIES AND ACTION STEPS TOWARD THAT PRIORITY , IT'S LIKE A LITTLE ROAD, LIKE THE ONE AT UNIVERSITY. OUR PRIORITY IS TO INCREASE CO-TAUGHT CLASSES AND MOVE INTO THOSE PUSH IN OR PULL OUT MODELS . A SERVICE IS A SERVICE, IT'S NOT A PLACE, SO WE WANT TO MAKE SURE THAT WE ARE MEETING NEEDS THROUGH SERVICE. WE ALSO WANT TO MAKE SURE THAT WE ARE GIVING GUIDANCE TO SITE ADMINISTRATORS AND STAFF AND ABOUT THE DATA AT THEIR SPECIFIC SCHOOLS, IN ADDITION TO THE DATA FOR THE ENTIRE DISTRICT. WE WANT TO MAINTAIN OUR PRIORITIES , SPECIFICALLY LOOKING AT THOSE THREE MAIN AREAS OF REPRESENTATION, ENGAGEMENT, AND CONNECTION, ESPECIALLY. WE WANT TO DEFINITELY MAINTAIN OUR INCLUSION ASSIGNMENTS TO IMPROVE OVERALL INCLUSIVE OPPORTUNITIES THROUGH CO-TEACHING INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES FOR STAFF , BEING IN THE CLASSROOM HANDS ON, ANSWERING QUESTIONS, AND FIGURING OUT THE SUPPORTS TEACHERS NEED. WE WANTED TO TAKE A LOOK AND MAKE SURE THAT SI PCA HAS EACH SCHOOL SITE LOCALLY REPORT THEIR DATA. AND THEN ALSO, TO TRACK THE DATA TO LOOK AT EDUCATIONAL OUTCOMES, AND ANALYZING THAT DATA FOR IMPROVEMENT AND MAKING DATA INFORMED DECISIONS . THEN, PRIORITY TWO IS INCLUSIVE PRACTICES . THE GOAL

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IS TO INCREASE MEANINGFUL STUDENT INVOLVEMENT BY CREATING INCLUSIVE EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENTS THAT FOSTER ACTIVE ENGAGEMENT AND SUCCESS. THIS IS LINED UP SPECIFICALLY WITH GOAL ONE , AS WELL. TARGETED ACTIONS AND SERVICES AND THE SOCIAL, EMOTIONAL, AND PHYSICAL WELL-BEING. THIS IS A LONG ROAD , A LONG AND WINDING ROAD AND YOU CAN SEE THAT WE FELT LIKE IT WAS IMPORTANT FOR YOU NOT TO JUST SEE THE BULLET POINTS, BUT TO HAVE A LITTLE BIT MORE DETAIL. SO, PROFESSIONAL LEARNING , SPECIFICALLY FOCUSING ON TOPICS LIKE DIFFERENTIATED INSTRUCTION , CONFIDENCE AS A FOUNDATIONAL CONCEPT FOR STUDENTS . WE ALSO WANT TO ACTIVELY INVOLVE STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES IN DECISION-MAKING AND MAKE SURE THAT THEY ARE REPRESENTED WITH COMMITTEES AND BOARDS WHERE WE HAVE STUDENTS THAT MAKE SURE THEY ARE REPRESENTED AT THEIR SCHOOLS, AND ALSO HAVING A VOICE AT SCHOOL SITE COUNCIL.

AND THEN, BEING ABLE TO CONTRIBUTE TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF THESE PRACTICES AND INCLUSION. IT IS STILL A LONG AND WINDING ROAD. I WOULD , IT HAS BEEN SO EXCITING TO SEE IT ON SOCIAL MEDIA , CAMPUSWIDE SPORTS, AND HOW INCLUSIVE IT IS OF OUR STUDENTS, ALSO WITH AWARENESS CAMPAIGNS, ACTIVITIES AND EVENTS , THINKING ABOUT STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES AND THEIR INCLUSION IN THOSE EVENTS.

ALSO, LOOKING AT THAT DISABILITY TOOLKIT THAT WAS PROVIDED TO TEACHERS AND SCHOOLS TO GIVE IDEAS TO STAFF FOR WHAT THEY CAN DO FOR STUDENTS AND WITH STUDENTS AND HAVING INCLUSIVE SCHOOLS WEEK AND DISABILITY HISTORY MONTH AND OF COURSE, UNITY DAY. WE JUST HAD , LAST WEEK, OUR CIRCLE OF FRIENDS TRAINING . THIS IS GOING TO BE A NEW PROGRAM WE ARE GOING TO DEPLOY AN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SITES.

TEACHERS ARE TRAINED TO ENGAGE GENERAL EDUCATION AND SPECIAL EDUCATION STUDENTS IN SPECIAL ED PROGRAMS TO HAVE LUNCHTIME ACTIVITIES TOGETHER. SO, THEY WERE LEARNING STRATEGIES WITH TRAINERS AND REALLY JUST GETTING TO ENGAGE IN A VARIETY OF SOCIAL AND FRIENDSHIP BASED ACTIVITIES TEACHING INCLUSION FOR ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES. THIS IS A LONG AND WINDING ROAD.

THE PRESCHOOL, SO JUST THINKING ABOUT OUR K-12 STUDENTS, WE BROUGHT FORWARD A PLAN TO BRING CLASSES FROM THE BEANIE CAMPUS TO THE SYCAMORE CANYON CAMPUS . THEN, WE ARE GOING TO SPEND TIME AT LOOKING HOW THAT DOES AT SYCAMORE CANYON TO SEE ABOUT EXPANDING IT FURTHER, BUT REALLY GIVING AN OPPORTUNITY TO DEVELOP SOCIAL SKILLS DURING SCHOOL TIME, RECESS , TIMES WERE THE PRESCHOOL KIDDOS CAN BE IN THOSE CLASSROOMS. OUR ASPEN CO-TEACHING PROGRAM HAD STUDENTS INTERVIEWED A COMET THE VIDEOS, AND THE PICTURES AND I REMEMBER HEARING THAT TEACHING IS A MARRIAGE AND I CAN HONESTLY SAY THAT THOSE TEACHERS ARE MARRIED. THEY REALLY THINK ABOUT EACH OTHER, WORKING TOGETHER, AND THEY WANT TO TELL YOU HOW SUCCESSFUL IT FEELS AND HOW IMPORTANT IT FEELS FOR THE SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL WELL-BEING OF THE STUDENTS. I KNOW IT'S BEEN A BIG SUCCESS. NEXT YEAR, WE ALREADY HAVE OUR FIRST CO-TEACHING ROUND PICKED OUT AND WE ARE WORKING ON HOW TO DEVELOP THAT FOR TK NEXT YEAR AS THAT'S BEING EMBRACED AT OPSIN ASPEN. WE ALSO LOOK AT INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS. WE WANT THE MATERIALS TO BE INCLUSIVE FOR ALL STUDENTS FOR GENERAL EDUCATION, TEACHERS AND CURRICULUM REVIEW PROCESSES, SOCIAL STUDIES, AND ELEMENTARY, TO INCLUDE

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SPECIALIZED TEACHERS SO THAT THEY CAN BE LOOKING AT THE MATERIALS, AND THEN ACCESS TO EVENTS AND PROGRAMS AND ENSURING THAT STAFFING RATIOS INCLUDE SEATS FOR CHILDREN IN SPECIALIZED PROGRAMS AND MAKE SURE THAT THIS BECOMES PART OF ALL GENERAL EDUCATION CLASSES. WE ALSO HAVE ADMINISTRATIVE TEACHERS FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES TO ACCESS CLUBS, SPORTS , AND LEADERSHIP COURSES , INCLUDING ELECTIVE COURSES.

ARE WE GETTING CLOSER ON THE ROAD? SO, FOR COLLEGE AND CAREER, EXPANDING PLANNING FOR COLLEGE AND CAREER PRESENTATIONS AND PROVIDING STUDENTS WITH HIGHLIGHTS FOR PROGRAMS FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES AND SPECIALIZED PROGRAMS, CO-TEACHING, AND MEETING REGULARLY WITH THE PRINCIPAL SPECIALIST PROGRAM SCHOOLS TO DISCUSS ACTIONS TO INCREASE THE TIME IN GENERAL EDUCATION FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES.

PROFESSIONAL LEARNING AND THE GOAL IS TO PROVIDE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES , TEACHERS, ADMINISTRATORS, AND SUPPORT STAFF. THIS LEADS TO GOAL TWO TO ENSURE HIGHLY QUALIFIED STAFF ARE PROVIDED OPPORTUNITIES FOR DEVELOPMENT AND HAVE AN UNDERSTANDING OF ALL JOB RESPONSIBILITIES AND SUPPORT STUDENT OUTCOMES. THIS IS A LITTLE BIT WHINY, AS WELL. I'M GOING TO HIGHLIGHT THE JOURNEY THAT REALLY REFLECTS TARGETED PROFESSIONAL LEARNING, THIS YEAR, FOR TEACHERS, STAFF, SUPPORT STAFF, AS WELL AS ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF. SO, THE FIRST ONE IS INCLUSION TRAINING. WE PROVIDED PROVISIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR TEACHERS, ADMINISTRATORS, AND PARA-EDUCATORS WITH A FOCUS ON LESSON DESIGN , SPECIFIC CHECKPOINTS , SUPPORT IN THOSE CHECKPOINTS AND WITH DESIGNING INSTRUCTION FOR THESE CLASSROOMS. REALLY UNDERSTANDING THE BARRIERS STUDENTS FACE AS WELL AS OVERCOMING THESE BARRIERS THROUGH INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN. WE HAVE CONTINUED OUR FOCUS ON CO-TEACHING FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION, GENERAL EDUCATION, THAT CO-TEACHER RELATIONSHIP , AS WELL AS MEANINGFUL AND INCLUSIVE LESSON DESIGN. WE ALSO ADDED OUR NEWLY RELEASED CO-TEACHING HANDBOOK TO TEACHERS AND ADMINISTRATORS IN THE CO-TEACHING HANDBOOK PROVIDES A WEALTH OF INFORMATION, KNOWLEDGE, AND GUIDANCE FOR EVERYONE , AS WELL AS THE DIFFERENT MODELS FOR CO-TEACHING AND DEVELOPMENT THAT'S AVAILABLE , AND PROVIDING GUIDANCE TO OUR ADMINISTRATORS AND HOW TO EFFECTIVELY COMPOSE OR CREATE THAT CLASSROOM STRUCTURE , AS WELL AS TECHNICAL SUPPORT FOR TRACKING COURSES , AS WELL. ALSO, OFFERING MENUS OF LEARNING TOPICS. THIS IS A CALENDAR THAT PRINCIPLES MIGHT BE ABLE TO SEE REGARDING SPECIAL EDUCATION INSTRUCTION, SITES TO VISIT FOR STAFF MEETINGS , AND INSTRUCTION STRATEGIES AND SUPPORT , AS WELL AS BEHAVIOR SUPPORT AND ARE OPTIONAL PROFESSIONAL MENU. THIS HAS GIVEN PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES . IN MID AUGUST, YOU ARE ABLE TO PARTICIPATE IN A NUMBER OF SESSIONS THAT HIGHLIGHT A VARIETY OF AREAS AND HIGHLIGHTING HOW TO SUPPORT STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES IN NEW WAYS. NEXT, WE OFFER LEARNING FOR SUPPORT STAFF BECAUSE WE KNOW THAT AN

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ELEMENT IN CREATING INCLUSIVENESS , FOR PARAPROFESSIONALS, CLERICAL STAFF , TEACHING THOSE STRATEGIES TO SUPPORT STUDENTS BOTH INSIDE AND OUTSIDE OF THE CLASSROOM. AND THEN TO THE FAR LEFT, REINSTITUTED LEARNING PROMPTS. A NUMBER OF OUR SITES HAD TEACHERS AND ADMINISTRATORS PARTICIPATING , SO IT'S GIVING AN OPPORTUNITY TO GO TO A CLASSROOM AND SEE BEHIND-THE-SCENES HOW TEACHERS ARE ADDRESSING THOSE BARRIERS IN A SAFE ENVIRONMENT , TO JOIN IN AND HAVE CONVERSATIONS ABOUT IT , D PRIVATIZING INSTRUCTION. WE ALSO RECOGNIZE THAT COMMUNICATION IS IMPORTANT IN PROMOTING LEARNING SO WE ENCOURAGE STAFF TO ATTEND THROUGH OUR VENTURA COUNTY , AS WELL AS ORGANIZATIONS THAT SUPPORT LEARNING , AND WILL OPTIONAL PROFESSIONAL. IN MID AUGUST. WE ALSO WANT TO HIGHLIGHT INDUCTION PROGRAMS , PROVIDING OPPORTUNITIES FOR TEACHERS TO ENGAGE IN LEARNING RELATED TO THESE PRACTICES AND WE ALSO PROVIDE SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHERS WITH SUPPORT THROUGHOUT THEIR FIRST TWO YEARS OF TEACHING , AND TO BE SUCCESSFUL WITH OUR MOST VULNERABLE STUDENTS. FOSTERING INCLUSION AND SHARING RESOURCES WITH EDUCATORS , COLLABORATION IS THE ROOF. SO, JUST CIRCLING BACK TO OPPORTUNITIES FOR TEACHERS TO SHARE RESOURCES , WE NEED TO DO THAT MORE. AND, TO CELEBRATE THAT. WITH STAFF MEETINGS AND DEVELOPING EDUCATION , AS WELL AS CAMPUS COURSES AND SHARING THOSE RESOURCES AND OPPORTUNITIES. LASTLY, ONGOING SUPPORT . IT DOES NOT GO WITHOUT RECOGNITION , IT'S NOT JUST A ONE AND DONE OPPORTUNITY FOR TEACHERS TO ENGAGE IN. IT PROVIDES ONGOING SUPPORT TO COME THROUGH IN THAT PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT WITH MENTORING PROGRAMS, COACHING SESSIONS, ADMINISTRATION, AND PEER TO PEER COACHING IN THE COMMUNITY AND GIVING THAT SUPPORT TO PROVIDE GUIDANCE

AND REINFORCEMENT. >> WE HAVE HEARD IT MANY TIMES BEFORE , THAT COMMUNICATION IS KEY. AND EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION IS SO IMPORTANT AS WE TALK ABOUT THESE ACTIONS.

SO, WE WILL MAINTAIN A TRANSPARENT, CONSISTENT, AND COMPREHENSIVE COMMUNICATION SYSTEM TO MAINTAIN TRUSTING AND COLLABORATIVE RELATIONSHIPS AMONG ALL STAKEHOLDERS. THIS IS REALLY A LINE , PROVIDING COMMUNICATION AND TARGETED OUTREACH COMMUNITY PROGRAMS OF OPPORTUNITIES TO GUIDE AND SUPPORT . ALIGNED WITH THAT, WE WILL SHOW YOU SOME EXAMPLES. IT'S NOT WHERE THE ROAD ENDS, IT'S WHERE THE ROAD CONTINUES. SOME ADDITIONAL STEPS THAT ARE REALLY ALIGNED WITH COMMUNICATION ARE WE START WITH OUR SPECIAL EDUCATION DISTRICT ADVISORY COUNCIL. THIS IS SIX TIMES, ANNUALLY AND IS AN OPPORTUNITY TO DISCUSS CONCERNS, ASK QUESTIONS, AND PROVIDE THAT FEEDBACK . IT IS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY FROM OUR REPRESENTATIVES THAT ARE INVOLVED IN THE SITE COUNCILS THAT CAN COLLABORATIVELY , AND PROVIDE THOSE DISCUSSIONS. THAT'S KIND OF ONE OF THE MAIN

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AREAS TO FOCUS ON IN TERMS OF COMMUNICATION. WE ALSO SEE THAT DISABILITY TOOLKIT. WE PROVIDE CLEAR COMMUNICATION TO SITE STAFF IN THIS TOOLKIT AND IT REALLY TALKS ABOUT HIGHLIGHTING SPECIFIC EVENTS THAT WE DO THROUGHOUT THE YEAR.

IT'S KIND OF THAT ONE-STOP SHOP FOR STUDENTS . WE HAVE DISABILITY HISTORY AND AWARENESS MONTH, WHICH IS IN OCTOBER AND UNITY DAY, WHICH WAS PREVIOUSLY MENTIONED. THIS IS KEY IN PROVIDING THAT COMMUNICATION AND IS SO IMPORTANT , I THINK WE TALKED ABOUT CELEBRATING ALL THE GREAT THINGS THAT WE DO. THE IEP PROCESS IS SUPPORTIVE AND WE TALK ABOUT STUDENT VOICE ALL THE TIME, HOW IMPORTANT STUDENT VOICE IS, SO PROVIDING THAT AND COLLECTING FEEDBACK FROM STUDENTS, FROM FAMILIES, FROM ALL OF THE STAKEHOLDERS IN THAT PROCESS , TO MAKE IT THAT MEANINGFUL PARTICIPATION IS REALLY ONE OF THE PRIORITIES. LET'S TALK ABOUT TRAINING. WE PROVIDE TRAINING AND RESOURCES TO OUR EDUCATORS AND COMMUNICATION STAFF AND EVEN TEAM MEMBERS , WITH DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES THAT PRIORITIZES STUDENT INPUT, LIKE I MENTIONED AND REALLY ENSURES THAT STUDENTS ARE ABLE TO DISCUSS THEIR GOALS, ACCOMMODATIONS, AND REALLY, THEIR PROGRESS THROUGH THESE DIVISION MATERIALS. WE SEE MORE OF THAT INVOLVEMENT AND THAT PARTICIPATION . IT'S SO GREAT WHEN THE STUDENTS HAVE THOSE VOICES AND CAN SPEAK TO THEIR GOALS. SO, THE SUPPORT THAT WE GIVE FOR TEAM MEMBERS , TO REALLY UNDERSTAND THE IMPORTANCE OF TRANSPARENT AND CONSISTENT COMMUNICATION , WITH THIS APPROACH TO IEP DEVELOPMENT . SPEAKING OF TRAINING , DR. WILSON MENTIONED A LITTLE BIT ABOUT THE OFFICE OF EDUCATION TRAINING. WE WILL HAVE THAT COMMUNICATION FOR PARENTS AND FAMILIES WHICH REALLY HELPED INCREASE WHAT WE PROVIDE AS A DISTRICT FOR PARENT TRAININGS ON VARIOUS TOPICS AND UNDERSTANDING THE CONTINUUM OF SERVICES AND THEN THE LAST ONE, ON THE TOP TALKS ABOUT ENHANCING DIGITAL COMMUNICATION . WE WILL UPDATE THE EDUCATION WEBPAGE WITH ALL OF THAT INFORMATION. WE USE THOSE DIGITAL PLATFORMS FOR COMMUNICATION AND FOR EVENTS THAT ARE RELEVANT TO SPECIAL EDUCATION , LIKE ADDITIONAL ONES COMING UP IN THE EXTENDED SCHOOL YEAR, COMMUNITY AND INCLUSION EVENTS, TRANSITION FAIRS, ALL ON THAT WEBSITE THAT IS UPDATED FREQUENTLY. FINALLY, WE SEE THAT AT THE BOTTOM, WHEN WE INVOLVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS. CREATING THOSE SYSTEMS FOR ALL CLASS LEVELS AND ROOM PARENT COMMUNICATIONS . THIS INCLUDES STUDENTS IN SPECIALIZED PROGRAMS, SO THAT ALL FAMILIES RECEIVE CONSISTENT AND TIMELY COMMUNICATION FOR PERFORMANCES, EVENTS, FIELD TRIPS, CLASS PARTIES, AND WHATNOT, CREATING THE SYSTEMS ARE SO IMPORTANT AND ENSURING WE HAVE EFFECTIVE MEANS OF COMMUNICATION ARE A PRIORITY.

>> SO, WE RECOGNIZE THAT THIS IS A START . IT'S A NEW PLAN SO THROUGHOUT THE PLAN, WE WILL NEED TO COLLECT INFORMATION THROUGH SURVEYS, FEEDBACK, LOOKING AT THE DATA COLLECTED THROUGHOUT AND THE METRICS OF THESE GOALS SO THAT THAT INFORMATION CAN INFORM HOW WE WILL BUILD THE PLAN FOR THE FOLLOWING YEAR, BECAUSE IT'S A WINDING ROAD THAT WE WANT TO INCLUDE ALL STUDENTS AND TO BE IN AN ENVIRONMENT THAT EMPOWERS STUDENTS AND HAS MEANINGFUL PARTICIPATION. SO, WE REALLY APPRECIATE OUR COLLABORATIVE PARTNERS AND DEVELOPMENT IN THE STRATEGIC PLAN PROVISION FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES, PARENTS, TEACHERS, STAFF, ADMINISTRATORS , FOR THEIR SUPPORT IN BUILDING THIS PLAN. AS WE CLOSE AND HAVE QUESTIONS

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ON THE NEXT SLIDE, WE WANT TO POINT OUT OUR PARA-EDUCATORS AND SUPPORT STAFF, TEACHERS, PRINCIPALS, ALL OF OUR ADMINISTRATION THAT REALLY CONTRIBUTES TO THAT INCLUSIVE MIND-SET . WITH THAT , QUESTIONS?

>> THANK YOU, FOR THAT PRESENTATION. I'VE GOT TO SAY, IT WAS GREAT. WE REALLY APPRECIATE IT. YEAH. I HAVE MY OWN HIGHLIGHT REEL FROM THIS YEAR AND THERE WERE SOME , A LOT OF EXTRAORDINARY MOMENTS , OF JOYFUL, AUTHENTIC INCLUSION, SO I CAN SAY FOR SURE THAT THIS YEAR HAS BEEN QUALITATIVELY DIFFERENT AND WE HAVE MADE EXTRAORDINARY PROGRESS AND I THINK THAT IS THANKS TO THE PEOPLE HERE, TALKING ABOUT THIS GROUP. AND, HE'S NOT SPEAKING RIGHT NOW, WHICH IS A RARE THING, INCLUDING MR. LOU, FOR SURE. I FEEL THIS TREMENDOUS SENSE OF HOPEFUL ANTICIPATION THAT WE WILL CONTINUE THIS PROGRESS THAT WE ARE ABOUT TO MAKE. SO, THANK YOU, VERY MUCH. QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS? YEAH,

PLEASE. >> JUST THE FACT THAT THE DIRECTORS OF SPECIAL ED AND THE DIRECTORS OF EACH OF THE LEVELS DID THIS TOGETHER SETS SUCH A TONE OF INCLUSION AND COOPERATION . IT'S GREAT. I CAN'T UNDERSCORE ENOUGH THE FACT THAT EVERYONE IS WORKING TOGETHER , WE ARE PUTTING OUR MONEY WHERE OUR MOUTH IS. SO, WE WANT TO THANK YOU FOR THAT.

AND THE FACT THAT THERE WAS A SHOUT OUT , I THINK THAT IS GREAT. IT GOES BEYOND JUST THOSE MONTHS. IT HAS QUESTIONS FOR ALL OF THE THINGS THAT WE DO, YEAR-ROUND, SO IT'S A GREAT

RESOURCE. >> I DON'T EVEN KNOW WHAT TO SAY. IT WAS AN INCREDIBLY THOROUGH JOB . I LOVE THE WAY IT IS LAID OUT, WITH THE PRIORITIES AND THE DIFFERENT ROADS. WHAT WAS IMPRESSED UPON ME IS WHEN YOU WERE TALKING ABOUT COOPERATION AND SHARING SUCCESS STORIES. AT THE END OF THE DAY, WE TALK ABOUT MIND-SET AND CULTURE, AND I THINK BY RECOGNIZING WHERE WE HAVE SUCCEEDED AND HOW WE HAVE SUCCEEDED IN SHARING THAT ACROSS SCHOOL SITES IS VERY POWERFUL AND THAT IS WHERE A LOT OF THE FUTURE SUCCESS COMES

FROM. THANK YOU. >> AGAIN, THANK YOU FOR EACH OF YOUR SEPARATE PARTS ON THIS, BUT THE WAY THAT YOU WORKED TOGETHER. I JUST WANT TO TELL THE TEACHERS WHO JUST GRADUATED THE INDUCTION PROGRAM OR ARE IN THE INDUCTION PROGRAM, WHEN IT COMES TO CREATING AN ENVIRONMENT OF INCLUSION AND EMPATHY FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES, YOU DON'T NEED TO GO TO THE SCHOOLS THAT DR. SELLERS HAS GONE TO TO CREATE THE CULTURE TO MAKE PEOPLE FEEL INCLUDED IN THE SCHOOL. IT WAS BEAUTIFUL. I AM EXCITED ABOUT THE FUTURE AND WHERE WE ARE GOING.

>> I BETTER CHIME IN AND SAY THANK YOU , TOO. WHEN I THINK ABOUT HOW FAR THINGS HAVE COME IN THIS DISTRICT FROM A COUPLE YEARS AGO , I REMEMBER WATCHING BOARD MEETINGS AND HAVING ADVOCATES COMING IN TRYING TO REALLY EDUCATE THE COMMUNITY ABOUT WHAT INCLUSION WAS, AND NOW WE ARE JUST TALKING ABOUT IT ALL THE TIME, SUCH AS BEING ABLE TO WITNESS THAT IS AMAZING. WHEN I THINK ABOUT HOW IT ALL COMES TOGETHER, OBVIOUSLY I'VE ALREADY LOOKED AT THAT DRAFT, HOW ALL OF THIS

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HAS BEEN FIT IN SO NICELY, AND THE THINGS THAT ARE ALREADY BEING DONE AND THERE ARE ALL THESE OTHER THINGS THAT I AM REALLY LOOKING FORWARD TO SEEING HOW THIS MOVES FORWARD NOW THAT WE HAVE THIS SEPARATE, FORMALIZED PLAN THAT YOU'VE WORKED SO HARD ON AND IT IS EXCITING. THANK YOU FOR ALL

YOUR WORK ON THIS. >> ANYONE ELSE?

>> THANK YOU, SO VERY MUCH. >>

[B. Board of Education - Approval of Amendments to Board Bylaw 9270 - Conflict of Interest]

>> OKAY. WE ARE AT IMPROVEMENTS TO BOARD LAW .

DR. MCLAUGHLIN? >> THIS IS JUST YOUR BASIC GAMUT UPDATE , FOR SB 4 , IN REGARDS TO ACCEPTING, SOLICITING, AND DIRECTING FOR THE PARTY , BOARD MEMBER TO MANAGE PUBLIC ASSESSMENTS WITH THE ITEM ON THE CONSENT CALENDAR WHICH THE BOARD MEMBERS HAVE A FINANCIAL INTEREST. A MOTION TO REMOVE THE ITEM ON THAT CURRENT.

THOSE WERE THE TWO MAJOR ADJUSTMENTS.

>> OKAY. DID WE HAVE ANY QUESTIONS ON THIS ONE? I DON'T

[C. Board of Education - Consideration of Joining in on Social Media Litigation]

SEE ANY. OKAY. 5C. CONSIDERATION OF JOINING IN ON SOCIAL MEDIA . DR. MCLACHLAN?

>> THIS WAS A RETURN , TWO BOARD MEETINGS AGO FOR FURTHER DISCUSSION . THE BOARD NEEDS TO GIVE DIRECTION TO STAFF TO MOVE FORWARD IN. THIS IS AN ACTION ITEM TO JOIN IN ON SOCIAL MEDIA , OR TO STEP BACK AND NOT ENGAGE.

>> THAT'S ABOUT WHERE WE ARE AT.

>> OKAY. FIRST OF ALL, THANK YOU FOR THE ADDITIONAL TIME .

I WANT TO SAY THAT THIS CAME UP A COUPLE MEETINGS AGO AND MY INITIAL REACTION WAS NEGATIVE. I DON'T NECESSARILY THINK THAT THIS IS GOING TO CHANGE WHAT WE DECIDED. WHAT OUR STANDING WAS , CALCULATING DAMAGES ON ALL OF THAT AND ULTIMATELY, THIS IS PLANNED BY GOVERNMENT AND LEGISLATURE , WITH ALL THAT SAID , AFTER TIME TO REFLECT ON THIS, AS MY INITIAL OPINION, I DO THINK THAT WE SHOULD JOIN IN. I THINK THE SURGEON GENERAL JUST RECENTLY RELEASED A NEW REPORT THAT REITERATED THE SUBSTANTIAL HARM TO STUDENTS FROM SOCIAL MEDIA , AND THE FACT THAT WE , AS A LARGE ORGANIZATION ARE IN POSITION TO APPLY ADDITIONAL PRESSURE TO PARENTS , OVER RICH AND POWERFUL SOCIAL MEDIA COMPANIES, AS WELL AS POLICY, ARE TWO THINGS THAT THIS COULD ACHIEVE. FINALLY, IT IS VERY LIMITED IN DOWNSIDE . FROM WHAT I CAN TELL, IT'S NOT GOING TO TAKE ANY TIME FOR THE DISTRICT RESOURCES. IT'S A WIN IF THERE'S ANY MONEY AND IF NOT, THEN WE HAVE NOT REALLY RISKED ANYTHING. I THINK IT'S UP TO THE ATTORNEYS TO DETERMINE WHETHER OR NOT WE HAVE STANDING IN A CASE AS FAR AS DAMAGES. I DO WANT TO REITERATE ONE OF MY POINTS FROM LAST TIME, AS AN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION, WE HAVE PLANS IN TERMS OF TEACHING DIGITAL MEDIA LITERACY , AND POLICY TO DEVELOP CURRICULUM WITH DIGITAL LITERACY , CONTINUING TO PROVIDE OUTREACH TO PARENTS INVOLVING STUDENTS , REGARDING SOCIAL MEDIA USAGE . I THINK THAT WE CAN DO A LOT AROUND THAT AND THEN CONTINUING TO ENSURE THAT OUR STUDENTS ADHERE TO POLICY AS WELL ON CAMPUS.

AT THE VERY LONG WAY OF SAYING I CHANGED MY MIND AND I DO THINK THAT WE SHOULD BE ON THIS.

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>> THANK YOU. >> MY KNEE JERK WAS NO , THERE'S A ROLE . I ALSO THINK PARENTS HAVE THE ULTIMATE RESPONSE ABILITY TO KEEP THEIR KIDS SAFE AND ALL KINDS OF THINGS, BUT AS IT WILL COME TO NO SURPRISE TO ANYBODY IN THIS ROOM, I HAVE DONE A LOT OF RESEARCH AND POLLING LOTS OF DIFFERENT PEOPLE ABOUT IT , TO FORM MY OWN OPINION AND THE ULTIMATE DECIDER , NO ONE SAID DON'T DO THIS. THAT WAS THE BIG ONE. TWO, THE ULTIMATE DECIDER WAS A CHAT GPT PRO AND CON LIST. IT CAME UP WITH LOTS OF PROS AND ONLY ONE CON THAT MADE ANY SENSE FOR THIS PURPOSE, SO , I'VE BEEN WRONG BEFORE , SO I'M HAPPY TO CHANGE MY MIND , EVEN THOUGH, BY NATURE, I AM A LITIGIOUS PERSON.

>> HAVE YOU CHANGED YOUR MIND?

>> I STILL HAVEN'T. I DON'T FEEL , LIKE I SAID TWO MEETINGS AGO, I DON'T FEEL THAT IT'S FOR LITIGATION , FOR COURT LITIGATION TO CONTROL WHAT SOCIAL MEDIA DOES. I DO AGREE WITH TRUSTEE SYLVESTER TO EMPHASIZE CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF HOW TO TAKE SOCIAL MEDIA WITH A GRAIN OF SALT. I JUST THINK THAT SUING TO GET THE RIGHT RESPONSE IS ALMOST LIKE CENSORING , IN MY OPINION. SO, I AM STILL AGAINST THAT.

>> TRUSTEE POWELL? WHERE DO YOU STAND?

>> I AM STILL SUPPORTIVE. WE DO HAVE THAT RESPONSIBILITY AND THAT RESPONSIBILITY WILL CONTINUE . I AGREE WITH TRUSTEE SYLVESTER THAT IT IS THE COMPANIES THEMSELVES AND OUR LEGISLATORS AND WHAT WAS THE THIRD ONE? POLICYMAKERS , AND REGULATORS, TO PUT THOSE GUARDRAILS IN PLACE. THE HORSE IS OUT OF THE BARN. THOSE THINGS DON'T WORK IN THE COMPANIES THEMSELVES DON'T. SO, I ASKED A LOT OF OUR STUDENTS AND THEY SAID TO ME THAT THE HARM HAS BEEN DONE AND I ASKED THEM, WHAT SHOULD WE DO AND MY TAKE IS , I HAVE A SWORN DUTY TO TAKE CARE OF THE STUDENTS. THAT'S THE REASON WE ARE HERE , AND IF WE DON'T HOLD HARM DOERS TO ACCOUNT , WHO WILL? IT HAS TO BE US. I THINK WE HAVE CONSENSUS TO GO

[D. Student Services - Approval of New Board Policy 0415 - Equity]

FROM HERE. >> OKAY. THANK YOU. SO NOW WE

ARE AT 5D. POLICY 415. >> HELLO, GOOD EVENING. THIS POLICY ADDRESSES THE RESPONSE TO COMMUNITIES WE'VE SEEN HISTORICALLY UNDERSERVED AND UNDERREPRESENTED IN STUDENT POPULATIONS AND EXPRESSES THE DISTRICT INTENT TO IDENTIFY CROSS-CULTURAL BIASES AS WELL AS EQUAL APP EXCESS TO OPPORTUNITIES FOR STUDENTS. I BELIEVE THIS POLICY HAS THE BIGGEST IMPACT BECAUSE IT REALLY IS ABOUT ACTIONS , VERSUS EXAMPLES OF STRATEGIES , AND THAT IS A BIG PLUS. IT IS

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ALWAYS ABOUT AWARENESS , AND FOR EVERYONE WHO INTERACTS WITH OUR STUDENTS TO HAVE AWARENESS TO PROMOTE EQUITY , WITH HOW WE INTERACT WITH OUR STUDENTS.

>> THANK YOU. THE BOARD , IN 2020, PAST A RESOLUTION ON EQUITY. THIS POLICY IS LIKE A COMPANION PIECE POLICY, TO ADD. MY ONE QUESTION , OR SUGGESTION, IS IN THE GAMUT NOTE OF 220, IT'S REFERRED TO EXPLICITLY AS POLICY ON EQUITY , AND IT IS EXPLICIT ABOUT PROTECTIONS AGAINST DISCRIMINATION ON THE BASIS OF GENDER AND GENDER IDENTITY. I WOULD LIKE TO SEE THAT SPECIFIC COMPONENT STRENGTHENED , IF

POSSIBLE. >> DO WE HAVE OTHER COMMENTS OR

QUESTIONS? >> I WAS JUST GOING TO SAY THAT I WOULD SUGGEST ADDING MEASURES SUCH AS THE FOLLOWING THAT MAY BE IMPLEMENTED TO PROVIDE EQUITY THROUGHOUT OUR DISTRICT. I WOULD SUGGEST ADDING, THEN, SAYING SOMETHING ABOUT HAVING REGULAR ENGAGEMENT TO DISCUSS CONCERNS AND EXPERIENCES , REALLY MAKING SURE WE ARE HAVING THAT AND ARE ENGAGED IN THAT FEEDBACK PROCESS, BECAUSE I DID NOT REALLY SEE THAT AND WHAT WAS ALREADY LISTED.

>> CAN YOU ELABORATE A LITTLE BIT? WHERE DO YOU WANT TO SEE

THAT IN THE DRAFT? >> I COULD SEE IT BEING AN ADDITIONAL, I THINK THERE ARE NINE STRATEGIES LISTED , JUST ADD AS A CONDITIONAL STRATEGY.

>> OKAY. >> AWESOME. ANYONE ELSE?

[E. Instructional Services - Approval of Amendments to Administrative Regulation 5121 - Grades/Evaluation of Student Achievement]

OKAY. THANK YOU. SO, WE ARE NOW AT 5D, GRADES AND EVALUATION OF STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT.

>> GOOD EVENING . WE HAVE HEARD A NUMBER OF POLICIES.

THE FIRST IS FOR AR 5121 . I GUESS, JUST BRIEFLY, WE HAVE SEEN SOME GOOD PROGRESS WHEN IT COMES TO SHIFTS IN THINKING AND IN PRACTICE . TWO YEARS AGO WE INITIALLY DID THIS AS MAYBE A SIMPLE REWRITE OF POLICY, HOWEVER, ADVOCACY IN THE PARTNERSHIP , LEADERSHIP, A MORE MEANINGFUL , SUSTAINABLE APPROACH , REALLY HAVING DISCUSSIONS WITH STAFF AND SPENDING THE TIME TO HAVE PRACTICES GROUNDED IN RESEARCH-BASED INEQUITY AND DEVELOPMENT. THROUGH THAT, WE'VE MADE A LOT OF PROGRESS . THIS REGULATION THAT WE BROUGHT FORWARD AS WE HAVE ENCOURAGED TEACHERS TO BE INNOVATIVE TO THINK ABOUT THOSE , WE'VE HAD A COUPLE OF TIMES WERE TEACHERS WOULD SAY, WELL, I WOULD LIKE TO DO THIS, BUT THERE IS THIS ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATION , AND SO WE CERTAINLY , AS WE HAD THIS CONVERSATION AT THE BOARD STUDY SESSION , WE DON'T WANT THIS TO BE A BARRIER TO SOME OF THAT INNOVATION AND THAT THINKING. THE AMENDMENTS , THIS IS CD UST LANGUAGE AND THIS IS WHAT I SHARED IN THE STUDY SESSION AT THE VERY TOP THAT IS ENCOURAGING TEACHERS AND STAFF TO TAKE A MORE INNOVATIVE AND FLEXIBLE APPROACH TO GIVE MORE FLEXIBILITY AND FREEDOM IN THE PURSUIT OF THOSE THREE PILLARS THAT WE HAVE SHARED WITH THE BOARD, GROUNDED IN ACCURACY.

THE SECOND AND THE ONLY CHANGE ACTUALLY COMES FROM WHEN WE LOOK THROUGH THIS , WHERE WE HAVE, HERE, THIS LANGUAGE ON

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5 OF 9 UNDER REPEATED CLASSES. THIS DOES CHANGE OUR PRACTICE SLIGHTLY, AND REALLY, THIS CHANGE JUST ALLOWS US TO REPEAT, IRREGARDLESS OF THE PRIOR GRADE THEY RECEIVED AND ALLOWS A STUDENT TO REPEAT A COURSE IRREGARDLESS OF PRIOR GRADE IN THE HIGHEST GRADE WOULD BE TAKEN , CALCULATED FOR THE STUDENTS GPA . THIS , WE DO FEEL LIKE IS NOT PART OF THAT TEACHER GRADING PRACTICE OF THINKING BUT IT'S MORE FOR US, ADMINISTRATIVELY AS COUNSELING STAFF TO PROCESS STUDENTS WHO WANT TO REPEAT GRADES. THAT DESCRIBES THE TWO

PROPOSED CHANGES FOR THAT. >> QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS ?

>> I DON'T KNOW IF I'M REPEATING MYSELF FROM WHEN WE HAD OUR SESSION, BUT I MEAN, I KNOW , AGAIN, THAT WE DON'T WANT TO DICTATE ANYTHING SPECIFIC, AT THIS POINT. DO WE REALLY FEEL LIKE THAT BLURB IS ENOUGH TO ALLOW TEACHERS TO FEEL LIKE THEY CAN EXPLORE AND INNOVATE ? I THINK I GET CAUGHT UP BECAUSE IT'S SUCH A SPECIFIC . THERE ARE SO MANY SPECIFICS CONTAINED IN THE LANGUAGE RELATED TO GRADES AND I JUST WONDER THEN, AS A TEACHER, WOULD YOU SEE ABOUT THE DISTRIBUTION LAID OUT SPECIFICALLY , DOES THAT HOLD YOU HOSTAGE IF YOU WANTED TO BE MORE FLEXIBLE , I JUST WANTED

TO THROW THAT OUT THERE. >> THAT'S THE FIRST THING IT SAYS . IT'S THE LEAD IN. THAT'S A PRIORITY .

>> SO YOU THINK IT'S CLEAR ENOUGH?

>> IT IS, FROM MY PERSPECTIVE, IT IS. IT'S A NUDGE THAT THEY WERE TALKING ABOUT. LIKE , ENCOURAGEMENT.

>> I THINK THAT IF WE SAW A LOT OF STRIKEOUTS ON THIS, I WOULD THINK THAT WE ARE PROBABLY OVERSTEPPING A LITTLE BIT, SO I THINK GIVEN THE FEEDBACK THAT WE ARE LOOKING AT , THAT ALLOWS US TO POINT TO SOMETHING.

>> I WANT TO ASK A QUESTION ABOUT THE REPEATING CLASSES QUESTION. I AM A LITTLE TROUBLED BECAUSE IT SEEMS LIKE THERE ISN'T A STRONG ENOUGH EMPHASIS ON LEARNING, BEING INDICATED AS IF YOU PASS THE COURSE AND WE WANT TO PROMOTE PROGRESS FOR STUDENTS . I DON'T SEE THE NEED FOR A STUDENT WHO HAS ATTAINED PROFICIENCY TO REPEAT A COURSE MERELY TO TRY TO RAISE THEIR GRADE. I DON'T KNOW WHY WE

WOULD SANCTION THAT. >> SO WE ARE SAYING A B STUDENT CAN RETAKE IT AND IT WOULD STAND . AND THERE ARE RESOURCES ATTACHED TO MAKE THAT ALLOWANCE.

>> I'M GLAD I'M NOT THE ONLY ONE THAT WAS TROUBLED BY THAT.

TO ME, I CAN SEE WHERE IT MIGHT UNINTENTIONALLY ADD TO THAT STRESS AND ANXIETY AROUND GPA , WE WANT YOU TO LEARN THE MATERIAL, YES, GRADES ARE IMPORTANT, COLLEGES SAY GRADES ARE IMPORTANT, BUT , AND I UNDERSTAND THAT THIS IS GAMUT LANGUAGE , BUT I HAVE TO WONDER ABOUT UNINTENTIONAL CONSEQUENCES , OR LIKE GO AHEAD, JUST REPEAT ANYTHING .

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MAYBE THAT'S JUST , PEOPLE WON'T ACTUALLY DO THAT.

>> I AM WONDERING WHETHER WE CAN LIMIT THAT . CAN WE LIMIT THAT TO ONLY ALLOW A STUDENT WHO HAS GOTTEN A C OR WORSE.

THOSE COULD BE TAKEN OVER BUT YOU CAN'T DO IT FOR A LETTER A.

IF YOU GET A D OR AN F AND YOU REPEAT THE CLASS , IT REPLACES

THE GRADE ? >> NO, IT'S THE AVERAGE OF THE

TWO. >> FIERCELY? SERIOUSLY? IF YOU TAKE THE CLASS AGAIN MY UNDERSTANDING WAS THAT GRADE REPLACES THE GRADE AND IS THE NEW ONE.

>> CURRENTLY IT WOULD STATE ON THE TRANSCRIPT. SAY I GOT A D AND THEN I GOT IN A , BOTH WOULD SHOW ON THE TRANSCRIPT AND YOU WOULD GET THE AVERAGE FOR THE GPA.

>> SO YOU DON'T, OKAY. >> FROM A COUNSELOR PERSPECTIVE, IT DOES BECOME AN ISSUE WHEN YOU NEED AN

ACCURATE GPA. >> I UNDERSTAND THAT. I MEAN

-- >> SO WE COULD DO A C AND BELOW AND HAVE IT STRAIGHT OUT REPLACE . THAT KIND OF GOES

BACK TO YOUR STATEMENT BUT >> BUT SC IS PASSING. WHY

WOULD WE DO THAT? >> I LIKE THE IDEA OF REPLACING THE GRADE. IT'S NOT HOW FAST YOU LEARNED , IT'S ABOUT

WHETHER YOU LEARNED . >> I WOULD THINK THAT A STUDENT WITH A C , IF THEY TOOK A COURSE OVER AGAIN WOULD NOT NECESSARILY TO UNDERSTAND , NOT TO GET A B, BUT TO UNDERSTAND, AND WE WOULD REWARD THEM. SINCE WE ARE TALKING ABOUT THE BORDERLINE , I'M NOT THAT STRONG ON IT ONE WAY OR

ANOTHER. >> I THINK OUR POLICY SHOULD BE ABOUT LEARNING . I UNDERSTAND THE ARGUMENT ABOUT AVERAGING THE TWO GRADE, AND I SEE AN ARGUMENT FOR REPLACING THE GRADE. IF THEY EARNED AN A, YOU SHOULD GET CREDIT FOR THAT.

BUT IF YOU HAVE PASSED THE COURSE , YOU ONLY HAVE SO MANY OPPORTUNITIES TO TAKE COURSES. I GUESS THERE IS THE WORRY THAT THEY WOULD BE HELD BACK BECAUSE THEY WOULD CHOOSE TO RETAKE A CLASS INSTEAD OF MOVING FORWARD , IS THAT WHERE

YOU ARE COMING FROM? >> THERE ARE RESOURCES , SO , THAT STUDENT IS TAKING THE PLACE OF A STUDENT WHO SHOULD BE MOVING UP. I THINK THE POLICY SHOULD EMPHASIZE LEARNING, NOT BEING ABOUT GRADES.

>> I SEE IT AS LEARNING. >> A STUDENT MAY BE PASSING THE COURSE, I TOOK THE COURSE IS KIND OF AN AVERAGE BUT I DON'T KNOW IF I LEARNED AS MUCH AS I COULD HAVE. I DON'T THINK THEY WOULD DO IT FOR JUST THE EXTRA POINT ON THEIR GPA.

THE STUDENTS TO TAKE CLASSES, I MEAN, I GET IF YOU HAVE A D

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OR AN F , WE HAVE WAYS TO REMEDIATE . HOW WOULD THEY DO IT? THEY HAVE A C IN 10TH GRADE ENGLISH . I MEAN , I'M JUST TRYING TO GRAPPLE WITH IT.

>> YEAH, I THINK FOR ME, WE TALK ABOUT THE LEARNING PIECE OF IT , IDEAS ON LEARNING , UNDERSTANDING CHANCES TO GRASP OF THE CONTENT . I FEEL LIKE THE WAY THE GAMUT HAS WORDED IT , IT ALLOWS FOR THOSE KINDS OF FLEXIBILITIES FOR OUR STUDENTS , AND WE HAVE TO BE MINDFUL OF EXTENUATING CIRCUMSTANCES , THE KID WHO HAD A BAD SEMESTER. THEY HAD A DEATH IN THE FAMILY. MAYBE THEY DIDN'T CONNECT WITH THAT MATH TEACHER LAST SEMESTER. I LIKE THE IDEA OF ALLOWING THEM TO RECOUP A LITTLE BIT IF THEY WISH.

>> FROM A STAFFING STANDPOINT, WE DON'T KNOW WHAT THE IMPACT IS. WILL IT BE TAKING SEATS? WILL IT CREATE AN EXTRA SESSION? HOW MANY KIDS ARE GOING TO COME BACK IN ? WE DID BATTLE BACK AND FORTH A LITTLE BIT. SOME COMMUNITIES, YOU MIGHT HAVE A GUEST. IT'S A RESOURCE , WE WILL POINT THAT

OUT. >> I THINK IT'S A LATER POLICY TO TAKE IT OVER THE SUMMER , FOR KIDS WHO CAN EITHER PAY TO TAKE THE CLASS, OR THEY DON'T HAVE A SUMMER JOB, SO THEY CAN TAKE THE CLASS.

>> WELL, I MEAN WE CAN ALSO SAY , I THINK THERE'S EQUITY EVERYWHERE. FOR THE KID WHO IS STRUGGLING IN THE CLASS THAT CAN'T GO GET THE FREE TUTORING AFTER SCHOOL BECAUSE THEY HAVE A PART-TIME JOB, OR THE PARENTS CAN PAY FOR TUTORING, MAYBE THAT STUDENT IS GOING TO BARELY SCRAPE OUT A C, BUT THEY COULD MAYBE FIGURE OUT A WAY TO TRY TO RECOUP OVER THE SUMMER, WHATEVER. I THINK WE CAN FIND EQUITY ISSUES IN A LOT OF

DIFFERENT AREAS. >> IN REREADING THIS, IT SAYS "WITH THE APPROVAL OF THE PRINCIPAL DESIGNEE, THE STUDENT MAY REPEAT A COURSE." SO THAT DOESN'T SAY ANYBODY WILLY-NILLY CAN TAKE THE COURSE . I AM JUST TRYING TO FIGURE OUT , MAYBE THEY DON'T HAVE OUR POPULATION. LIKE,

>> THAT PRINCIPAL OR DESIGNEE IS GOING TO LOOK TO THIS POLICY FOR LANGUAGE AND THIS IS NOT CLEAR.

>> I AGREE. AND I GUESS IT COMES DOWN TO, WHAT DO WE

ENVISION? >> I LIKE THE IDEA OF A STUDENT WHO GOT A D OR AN F CAN TAKE THE COURSE WITH PERMISSION , BEING ENTITLED TO THE HIGHER GRADE THAT THEY EARNED WHEN THEY RETOOK THE COURSE. I DON'T BELIEVE THAT WE SHOULD BE OFFERING STUDENTS WHO PASSED THE COURSE A DO OVER . I DON'T THINK IT ADVANCES THE STUDENTS , I DON'T THINK IT'S IN THE BEST INTEREST OF OUR STUDENTS.

>> HOW WE TALKED ABOUT, AGAIN, ANOTHER PART OF THIS, I STILL FEEL STRONGLY ABOUT BOTH GRADES RECEIVED SHOULD BE ON A STUDENT'S TRANSCRIPT , I MEAN I LIKE THE HIGHEST GRADE PART.

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WHY DO WE EVEN HAVE TO INCLUDE ? IF YOU GOT A BE THE SECOND TIME, WHY REPEAT IT? WHY SHOW IT BOTH TIMES?

>> IT'S THE STUDENT'S PERMANENT RECORD.

>> OKAY. >> LET'S TAKE IT EASY TO HARD.

WE AGREE THAT WE WANT TO AMEND THIS POLICY SO THAT IF A STUDENT WISH TO TAKE THE COURSE , THEY GET CREDIT FOR THE HIGHER GRADE, NOT AN AVERAGE OF THE TWO. WE WANT TO MAKE THAT SHIFT. NOW, WE ARE DOWN TO WHO GETS TO HAVE PERMISSION TO RETAKE THE COURSE ? IS IT A STUDENT WITH A D OR AN F, IS AS IT A STUDENT WITH A C, D, OR ENOUGH? MY RECOMMENDATION IS THAT WE KEEP IT D AND F. IF YOU DID NOT PASS THE COURSE, YOU

GET A SECOND SHOT. >> I MEAN, THE B, TO ME, IS A HARD KNOW. I WON'T EVEN TELL YOU THE NUMBER OF VALEDICTORIANS WE WOULD THEN HAVE TO DEAL WITH. I DO UNDERSTAND , ESPECIALLY FOR KIDS WHO WANT TO GO ON TO COLLEGE , IT'S IMPORTANT TO HAVE A HIGHER GPA, AND I UNDERSTAND , I'M A LITTLE BIT SOFTER ON THE SEA. ULTIMATELY, IF WE MOVE TO A MASTERY GRADING APPROACH, I THINK SOME OF THESE ISSUES WOULD BE MITIGATED , WITH THE STUDENT IN THE CONTEXT OF ONE COURSE BEING MORE SUCCESSFUL, BUT SENSE WE ARE NOT, I AM OKAY WITH A GRADE OF C OR BELOW, BUT I'M

NOT OKAY WITH A B OR BELOW. >> I THINK MASTERY AND AVERAGE KIND OF CONTRADICT. IF A REALLY ACADEMICALLY INCLINED, LIKE I THINK OF A STUDENT REALLY WANTS TO EXCEL IN THAT, A MASTERY IS NOT JUST AN AVERAGE .

>> YOU KNOW, I HAD A CALCULUS PROFESSOR IN COLLEGE THAT WANTED TO GO BACK TO THE OLD SYSTEM WHERE STUDENTS WHO WANTED TO TAKE A CASH A CLASS WOULD PAY WITH CASH FOR THAT LECTURE. FOR STUDENT WITH THE SEA, WE MIGHT DO THAT. THAT WOULD HELP OUR BUDGET, RIGHT? SO THE QUESTION I THINK IS DOWN

TO THE SEA. >> TO DR. POWELLS POINT , THERE ARE ALL KINDS OF REASONS A STUDENT , ESPECIALLY A NINTH GRADER WHO GETS OFF TO A ROCKY START, THERE ARE ALL KINDS OF REASONS , LIKE A B, THAT'S A GOOD GRADE. THAT'S NOT GOING TO KEEP YOU FROM ANYTHING. WE MAY HAVE THIS OVERINFLATED IDEA OF REPLACING THE GRADE, I DON'T KNOW THAT THAT WILL ACTUALLY BEAR OUT . WE MIGHT NEED TO ADJUST , ALTHOUGH, IF THE GOAL IS LEARNING , IF THEY DO WANT TO LEARN , I DON'T WANT TO PUNISH THEM FOR THAT. I WOULD BE OKAY WITH A GRADE OF C

OR BELOW. ANYWAY. >> WE ARE PUTTING A LOT ON THIS SINGLE COURSE. YOU WILL SEE THAT ACROSS THAT WHOLE

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TRANSCRIPT. I DON'T KNOW. >> IT'S ONE OF THOSE THINGS WHERE I NEED MORE TIME. I UNDERSTAND THAT WE CAN'T HAVE MORE TIME. I WOULD LIKE TO GET INPUT .

>> I WOULD BE SUPPORTIVE OF THE GRADE OF C OR BELOW.

>> OKAY. >> THERE ARE FOUR OF YOU. 5F,

[F. Instructional Services - Approval of Amendments to Board Policy and Administrative Regulation 0460 - Local Control Accountability Plan]

APPROVAL OF AMENDMENTS TO POLICY ADMINISTRATOR REGULATION. CONTROL ACCOUNTABILITY PLAN .

>> I THINK THAT THIS WOULD JUST BE A TIMELY UP DATE. THESE ARE ALL GAMUT UPDATES , SPECIFICALLY TO A B. THIS ADDS , YES, THE REQUIREMENTS BY JUNE 1ST 2025 WITH THE INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES EDUCATION ACT . THIS IS TO MOVE FORWARD , AND THERE IS A LAW PASSED TO COMPLETE THIS ADDITIONAL PORTION , IN ADDITION WITH OTHER NEW LAWS THAT REQUIRE THAT WE CONSIDER THE FEEDBACK OF STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES, AS WE CURRENTLY DO , REFLECTING FEEDBACK FROM THE STUDENT DISTRICT ADVISORY COUNCIL . THAT IS CHANGES TO THE BOARD POLICY , AND IT REFLECTS THE POSSIBILITY THAT WE OR ANY OTHER SCHOOL DISTRICT WOULD HAVE TO COMPLETE THAT

ADDENDUM. >> PERFECT.

>> QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS ABOUT THIS?

>> HOW OFTEN DOES SOMETHING LIKE THIS NEED TO BE

IDENTIFIED? >> THIS HAS YET TO PRODUCE ANY DETAILS ABOUT WHAT IT COULD LOOK LIKE . WE WILL GET A BETTER SENSE OF WHAT THAT WILL BE.

>> AND IN TERMS OF MEETING A PLAN.

>> THERE ARE NO IMPROVEMENT PLANS, RIGHT NOW. THIS IS

REALLY BRAND-NEW. >> OKAY.

[G. Instructional Services - Approval of Amendments to Board Policy 6146.1 - High School Graduation Requirements]

>> 'S APPROVAL OF AMENDMENTS TO BOARD POLICY .

>> THE UPDATES , SPECIFICALLY SOME NEW LAWS , REFLECTING THE FACT OF THE SCHOOL YEAR, FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS MUST COMPLETE ONE SEMESTER COURSE FOR THEIR STUDIES . THAT'S NOT NEWS TO US. ANY OTHER NEW LEGISLATION PROVIDES IMPORTANT EXCEPTIONS SUBJECT TO DISABILITIES WHO ARE FOSTER USE FOSTER YOUTH, LATE INTO THEIR CAREER, THE STUDENTS WOULD BE ELIGIBLE FOR THE MINIMUM FOR GRADUATION

REQUIREMENTS. >> DOES ANYONE HAVE QUESTIONS? CLARIFICATIONS, DISCUSSIONS?

>> HOPEFULLY I CAN CLARIFY THIS. THAT'S COVERED IN AR.

THAT'S REFLECTED IN OTHER POLICIES.

>> SO COMING INTO THE DISTRICT LATE, AND HOW IT HAS WORKED

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OUT EACH INDIVIDUAL STUDENT? >> THIS IS NOT NECESSARILY SOMETHING WE WOULD REQUIRE A STUDENT TO DO. THEY WERE NEW TO OUR DISTRICT AND THEY MAY BE ON TRACK TO GRADUATE THEY WERE ON PACE, THEY WOULD CONTINUE WITH THEM , LIKELY WITH SOME SUPPORT TO REALLY WORK WITH THE FAMILY IN THIS

CASE. >> THANK YOU.

[H. Instructional Services - Approval of Amendments to Administrative Regulation 6146.11 - Alternative Credits Toward Graduation]

[I. Instructional Services - Approval of Amendments to Board Policy and Administrative Regulation 6146.12 - High School Credit for Concurrent Enrollment in High School and College Classes]

>> SO ARE LOGICAL NEXT STEP IS TO GO TO 5H. 6.11

ALTERNATIVE . >> WE, AS POINTED OUT , WE ARE STRIKING THE GAMUT FROM THE PRIOR POLICY HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION FOR IMPORTANT AND CURRENT POLICIES AND ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATIONS . THE FIRST IS THE AR 61 . THIS, AND THE NEXT ITEM I WILL SAY WOULD REFLECT IMPORTANT LANGUAGE ON DUAL ENROLLMENT FROM ACCREDITED SCHOOLS AND WE DO THINK THAT THIS REALLY STANDS FROM CLARITY AND CONSISTENCY AS WE HAVE CONVERSATIONS WITH INSTRUCTION OF HIGH SCHOOL AND HEARING THESE QUESTIONS FOR STUDENTS AND FAMILIES. THE CHANGES, HERE, ARE NOTED IN THE BOLD BLACK ITALICS . THIS REMOVES SOME OLD LANGUAGE THAT WE ARE NOT FOLLOWING. THIS ADDS THAT , SHOULD BE TRANSFERABLE AND REMOVES THE NEED, FOR THE REWARD OF DUAL CREDIT . WE HAVE CORRESPONDING CLASSES , NOT THROUGH US. THIS IS CHARTER SCHOOL, OR PAID THROUGH ANY ACCREDITED SCHOOL REQUIREMENT. THIS IS UP TO 40 CREDITS . THIS IS THE CAP OF 40 HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT THAT COULD BE EARNED THROUGH DUAL ENROLLMENT. THIS IS FOR 40. THIS IS TAKING A NUMBER OF DUAL ENROLLMENT CLASSES , AND THAT DOES NOT COUNT.

>> EVEN IF THAT IS AN ONLINE CLASS.

>> THIS IS REALLY HIGH SCHOOL CLASSES, TAKING THE COLLEGE

CLASS. >> ON PAGE THREE , THIS IS MINOR. YOU HAVE SOME STRIKEOUTS. YOU DON'T NEED THAT CREDITED TWICE. I APPRECIATE BECAUSE THAT PIECE IS FROM REALLY YOUNG STUDENTS WHO WANTED A DUAL ENROLLMENT CLASS. THEN YOU HAVE MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS WHO WANT TO TAKE THAT COLLEGE CLASS AND WE ARE SAYING THAT THAT IS FINE.

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QUESTION. IT SAYS COLLEGE AND CAREER ACCESS . THAT IS WHAT

YOU ARE SAYING? >> YES. THAT IS OUR LOCAL AGREEMENT THAT WE HAVE FOR THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT AND THAT IS OUR ABILITY TO WORK TOGETHER.

>> IT WOULD BE GOOD FOR PEOPLE, IN THE FUTURE.

>> MAYBE WE SHOULD NOTE SOMEWHERE IN ABOUT MEETING

DUAL ENROLLMENT. >> WE WILL CERTAINLY DO THAT .

ORIGINALLY IT JUST SAID C CAPP, WHICH WAS ANOTHER ACRONYM. SO JUST EXPLAINING WHAT THAT MEANS.

>> I KNOW I ASKED THIS QUESTION BEFORE, I JUST NEED IT EXPLAINED AGAIN. THAT PAGE ONE , COURSES TAKEN IN ADDITION AT THE STUDENTS HIGH SCHOOL.

>> HANG ON, IT'S COMING IN JUST ONE MINUTE.

>> YES. THAT DOESN'T MAKE SENSE TO ME.

>> SO, THE NEXT POLICY 6146.12 , I WOULD PROBABLY SAY THAT THAT WAS MORE IN DEPTH. THAT IS FROM THE INSTRUCTIONAL MINUTES STANDPOINT . SO 240 MINUTES AT MINIMUM , OF STUDENTS BEING WITH US ON OUR CAMPUSES. A FULL DAY WOULD BE REFLECTIVE OF COURSES TAKEN SAY AT MY HIGH SCHOOL, AS WELL AS TAKEN MORE IN COLLEGE. MY FULL DAY IS COMPRISED OF MY HIGH SCHOOL AS WELL AS COLLEGE. AS WE GET INTO THE NEXT SIX WEEKS .12 , WE TALK ABOUT NINTH THROUGH 11TH GRADERS .

AGAIN, THAT MIGHT BE FOUR CLASSES AND TWO AT PARK, OR MAYBE FOR HIS SENIOR, THAT COULD BE FOUR CLASSES AT NEWBERRY PARK HIGH SCHOOL. THAT WOULD BE A TOTAL OF FIVE.

>> SO THIS IS TAKEN FOR DUAL CREDIT, WHICH MUST BE TAKEN AS PART OF THE PROGRAM. NOT IN ADDITION. IT'S OKAY IF I'M NOT

UNDERSTANDING. >> WE WOULD HAVE A FULL SCHEDULE AND A FULL DAY. THEN YOU ARE ELIGIBLE TO TAKE THAT.

MUST BE TAKEN AS PART OF A FULL DAY SCHEDULE.

>> A DUAL ENROLLMENT CLASS, THAT'S PART OF THE STUDENTS

SCHEDULE. >> YEAH, SO, DOES THAT INCLUDE MINUTES ON CAMPUS?

[J. Comments - Board of Education]

[K. Comments - Superintendent]

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THIS WEEK IS HARD. IT'S BEEN HARD, BUT ANYHOW.

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>> INDEED, ITEM SIX ADJOURNMENT. WOULD ANYONE LIKE TO ADD ANY TOPICS? OKAY. ALL RIGHT. WE HAVE RUN OUT OF THINGS TO DISCUSS FOR TONIGHT. THE MEETING IS

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