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Regular (Virtual) Board Workshop Meeting
Inglewood USD
February 24, 2021 5:00PM
Dr. Ernest Shaw Board Room 401 S. Inglewood Avenue Inglewood, CA 90301

Mission Statement:
The Inglewood Unified School District will nurture, educate, and graduate students who are self-responsible and self-disciplined; who are critical and creative thinkers; who master the core academic disciplines; and who are advocates for equity and social justice for self and their community.
1. INITIAL CALL TO ORDER
2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
3. ROLL CALL
3.a. Board Members: Dr. Carliss McGhee, President (Trustee Area 2); Margaret Turner-Evans, Vice President (Trustee Area 4); Naomi S. Hammonds, Member (Trustee Area 1); Brandon G. Myers, Member (Trustee Area 3); and Ernesto Castillo, Member (Trustee Area 5)
3.b. County Administrator: Dr. Erika F. Torres
3.c. Cabinet Members: Hedieh Khajavi, Chief Human Resources Officer; Dr. Bernadette C. Lucas, Chief Academic Officer; Raphael Guzman, Chief Business Official; and Norberto Perez, Chief Operating Officer
4. APPROVAL OF AGENDA
5. REPORTS/PRESENTATIONS
5.a. Professional Development for Board Members: Governance Team Series Conducted by Dr. Carmella S. Franco
Attachments:
Presentation
5.b. Ralph Brown-Act Presented by the Law Offices of Jeff C. Marderosian
Attachments:
Ralph Brown-Act
6. PUBLIC COMMENTS ON AGENDIZED AND NON-AGENDIZED ITEMS: Members of the public who wish to submit a written public comment to be addressed by the County Administrator and Board of Education must do so by completing the Request for Public Comment Form. The form is available 72 hours before the scheduled board meeting and closes 2 hours before the start of the board meeting. Requests may also be submitted by mail to the County Administrator at 401 S. Inglewood Ave. Inglewood, CA 90301. The guidelines for public comment will be in accordance with Board Bylaw 9323 and will be read aloud during the meeting.
6.a. Public Comment on Agenda Items
6.b. Public Comment on Non-Agenda Items
7. CONSENT CALENDAR/ACTION ITEMS
7.a. MEASURE GG AND FACILITIES
7.a.1. Approval/Acceptance of Work Completed by NSA Construction Group, Inc. and File the Notice of Completion for Contract C18/19-010 for the Monroe LAWA Sound Mitigation Project
Speaker:
Raphael Guzman, Chief Business Official
Recommended Motion:
Administration recommends that the County Administrator approve/accept the work completed by NSA Construction Group, Inc. and authorize staff to file a Notice of Completion for Contract C18/19-010 for the Monroe LAWA Sound Mitigation Project.
Rationale:
Major construction projects are subject to acceptance by the County Administrator before a Notice of Completion can be processed.
 
Financial Impact:
No additional financial impact.
Attachments:
NOC C18/19-010 NSA Monroe
7.b. EDUCATIONAL SERVICES DIVISION
7.b.1. Approval of Agreement with The Los Angeles Rams, LLC., to Provide Exercise and Reading Videos to Engage in Physical Activity for Students as Part of the Play 60 / Read 20 Program, District-Wide for F/Y 2020-2021
Speaker:
Dr. Bernadette Lucas, Chief Academic Officer
Recommended Motion:
Administration recommends that the County Administrator approve the Agreement with The Los Angeles Rams, LLC., to  provide exercise and reading videos for students to engage in physical activity as part of the Play 60 / Read 20 Program, district-wide for F/Y 2020-2021.
Rationale:
All agreements must be approved by the County Administrator.  Play 60 focuses on making the next generation of children active and healthy by encouraging them to incorporate at least 60 minutes of physical activity into their daily routine. Read 20 adds the importance of reading at least 20 minutes a day to exercise the brain. The Rams will provide a series of pre-recorded video instruction of stretching exercises and book readings available to IUSD students who voluntarily wish to utilize the videos and engage in physical activity. The Rams will also provide the following items: plastic water bottle, exercise band, children’s book, pedometer, and a poster.

This item supports LCAP GOAL 3: Create a safe and welcoming learning environments where students and families are engaged and connected to their schools in order to support and increase student success.

 
Attachments:
Agreement - Los Angeles Rams
7.b.2. Approval of the 2020-2021 Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA) for the Following IUSD Schools: Bennett Kew, Centinela, Highland, Hudnall, Kelso, Oak, Warren Lane, Woodworth-Monroe, Worthington, Frank D. Parent, La Tijera, Payne, Crozier, City Honors, Inglewood High School, Morningside High School and Inglewood Continuation High School.
Speaker:
Dr. Bernadette Lucas, Chief Academic Officer
Recommended Motion:
Administration recommends that the County Administrator approve the 2020-2021 Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA) for the following IUSD Schools: Bennett Kew, Centinela, Highland, Hudnall, Kelso, Oak, Warren Lane, Woodworth-Monroe, Worthington, Frank D. Parent, La Tijera, Payne, Crozier, City Honors, Inglewood High School, Morningside High School and Inglewood Continuation High School.
Rationale:
All Site Plans for Student Achievement (SPSA) must be approved by the County Administrator.   The Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA) is a document that represents a school’s cycle of continuous improvement of student achievement. The annual process of developing, reviewing, and updating the SPSA includes a comprehensive review of data, development of actions necessary to meet school goals. The plan also addresses funding and proposed expenditures related to state and federal categorical programs.

Each year, the School Site Council and the local governing board approve the SPSA.

The SPSA plans will be available at each school site.

Approval of this request supports:

  • LCAP Goal 2: Increase student success in mastering the Standards-Based Curriculum in all content areas, ensure all students are college and/or career ready and attest all English Learners will make adequate yearly progress in attaining English language proficiency and;
  • GOAL 3: Create a safe and welcoming learning environments where students and families are engaged and connected to their schools in order to support and increase student success.
 
Attachments:
Bennett-Kew Elementary School (TK-7)
Beulah Payne STEAM Academy (TK-8)
Centinela Elementary (TK-7)
City Honors International Preparatory High School (9-12)
Crozier Middle School (7-8)
Frank D. Parent (TK-8)
Highland Elementary (TK-6)
Hudnall Elementary (TK-6)
Inglewood Continuation High School
Inglewood High School
Kelso Elementary School
La Tijera Academy of Excellence (TK-8)
Morningside High School
Oak Street Elementary School (TK-7)
Warren Lane (TK-6)
Woodworth/Monroe Academy (TK-8)
Worthington Elementary (TK-5)
7.c. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR
7.c.1. 2021 CSBA Delegate Assembly Election, Region 24 (Los Angeles County)
Recommended Motion:
Administration recommends that the County Administrator cast the ballot for Region 24 (Los Angeles County).
Rationale:
The California School Boards Association (CSBA) has issued its ballot for candidates for Delegate Assembly, Region 24 (Los Angeles County), to serve up to two-year terms beginning April 1, 2021, to March 31, 2023.  The ballot provides for the Board to vote for up to six candidates.

The Board of Education is recommending the election representatives from Region 24 (Los Angeles County) for the CSBA 2021 Delegate Assembly from the list provided below.

*denotes incumbent

___  Jan Baird (South Whittier ESD)*
___  Carolyn Castillo (El Rancho Unified SD)
___  Yesenia Cuarenta (Paramount Unified SD)
___  Jennifer De Baca Sandoval (Whittier City ESD) 
___  H. Ernie Nishii (ABC USD)*
___  Jorge Tirado (Norwalk-La Mirada Unified SD)
 
Financial Impact:
None
Attachments:
2021 CSBA Ballot Delegate Assembly
7.c.2. Designate Board Representative(s) to Serve on Committees or Commissions of the District, Other Public Agencies, or Organizations with which the District Partners or Collaborates
7.c.2.1. Appoint a Board Member to the Citizens Oversight Committee- Bond Measure GG and I
7.c.2.2. Appoint a Board Member to the Communications and Engagement Committee
7.c.2.3. Appoint a Board Member to the Board Policy Committee
7.c.2.4. Appoint a Board Member to the Inglewood Unified School District/City of Inglewood Intergovernmental Relations Committee
8. APPROVAL OF MINUTES
8.a. Minutes of the Regular (Virtual) Board Workshop Meeting held on October 28, 2020
Attachments:
Minutes, October 28, 2020
9. BOARD MEMBER REMARKS
10. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR REMARKS
11. NEXT MEETING
11.a. Regular (Virtual) Board Meeting - March 10, 2021
11.b. Regular (Virtual) Board Workshop Meeting - July 14, 2021
12. ADJOURNMENT
Disability Information:
Pursuant to the Americans with Disability Act, persons with a disability who require a disability-related modification or accommodation in order to participate in a meeting, may request such modification or accommodation from the County Administrator’s Office at 310.419.2793 or by fax 310.680.4809. A notification of 48 hours prior to the meeting will enable the district staff to make reasonable arrangements to assure accessibility to the meeting. Spanish interpretation is available during all Board meetings. [Se ofrecen servicios de interpretación al español durante todas las juntas de la Mesa Directiva del Distrito.]

Published: February 21, 2021, 1:47 PM

The resubmit was successful.