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Board of Trustees' Meeting
Ocean View SD
October 20, 2020 5:00PM
17200 Pinehurst Lane, Huntington Beach, CA 92647 5:00 PM - CLOSED SESSION; 6:00 PM - OPEN SESSION Zoom Webinar Link: https://www.ovsd.org/boardmeeting

A. Call to Order
B. Roll Call
C. Agenda Adoption - Regular Board of Trustees' Meeting of October 20, 2020
D. Closed Session
Quick Summary / Abstract:

The public is invited to comment on the identified items listed under "Closed Session" prior to adjournment to Closed Session.  Comments shall be limited to three (3) minutes each.  In order to address the Board of Trustees, members of the public may choose to:

1) Complete the online comment card here:  www.ovsd.org/comment no later than 4:00 p.m. for comments regarding Closed Session Agenda items.

2) Wait outside the Board Room (address above) at 4:45 p.m., following social distance markings and wearing a mask, until you are invited into the Board room to make your public comment regarding Closed Session Agenda item.



D.1. Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(2): Conference with Legal Counsel - Anticipated Litigation: three (3) potential cases
D.2. Government Code Section 54957: Public Employee Performance Evaluation: Superintendent
E. Return to Open Session/Report of Closed Session Action
F. Pledge of Allegiance
G. Introductions
H. Minutes
H.1. Regular Board of Trustees' Meeting, October 6, 2020
Attachments:
Minutes - Board Meeting 10/6/20 DRAFT
I. Time Certain
I.1. 6:05 p.m. Golden View Elementary School - Green Ribbon School Award
J. Public Comments
Quick Summary / Abstract:

At this time, members of the public may address the Board of Trustees regarding a matter of public interest not appearing on the agenda, but within the subject matter jurisdiction of the governing board, per Education Code 35145.5 and Government Code 54954.3. No action may be taken on comments of off-agenda items unless specifically authorized by law. In order to address the Board of Trustees, members of the public may choose to do one of the following:

1) Complete the optional online comment card here: www.ovsd.org/comment no later than 5:00 p.m. for comments. Any comments submitted after 5:00 p.m. and before 6:00 p.m. will be read into the record during "Any Other Public Comments to the Board of Trustees” later in the meeting. Comments shall be limited to three minutes per person.

2) Wait outside the Board Room (address above) at 5:45 p.m., following social distance markings and wearing a mask, until you are invited into the Board room to make your public comment.  Comments shall be limited to three minutes per person
K. Communications
K.1. *Written Communications to the Board
K.2. Board/Committee Reports
K.3. Trustees' Communications
K.4. Superintendent's Communication
K.5. PTA/PTO/PTSA/PTSO Presidents' Roundtable
K.6. Employee Associations' Communications (CSEA, OVTA)
L. Reports
L.1. Construction Update
M. Consent Calendar
M.1. Administrative Services: Payroll Check Registers from September 11, 2020, through October 10, 2020
Rationale:

This report contains a listing of School District Checks for the Certificated and Classified Payroll.

1. Certificated Payroll (9/1-9/30/20) - 03A payroll employees paid: 413

Total: $4,009,842.24

2. Classified Payroll (9/1-9/30/20) - 03B payroll employees paid: 602

Total: $1,087,359.91

3. Certificated Payroll (9/1-9/30/20) -03C payroll employees paid: 6

Total: $4,281.86

Grand Total $5,101,484.01

 

 
Financial Impact:
Total amount of District Payroll from District Funds is $5,101,484.01.
Recommended Motion:

It is respectfully recommended that the Board of Trustees approve Payroll Check Registers from September 11, 2020, through October 10, 2020.

M.2. Administrative Services: Purchase Orders for all Funds for September 25, 2020, through October 8, 2020
Quick Summary / Abstract:




Rationale:

The Purchase Order report (Exhibit A) contains a listing of Purchase Orders encumbered, changed, or canceled for all funds.

Encumbered Total: $967,665.18

Change Order Total: $2,900.00

Canceled Order Total: $0.00


 
Financial Impact:

Financial Implications to Fund 01 - $959,515.34; Fund 12 - $; Fund 13 - $; Fund 14 - $3,549.84; Fund 21 - $0.00; Fund 24 - $7,500.00; Fund 25 - $0.00; Fund 35 - $0.00; Fund 40 - $0.00; and Fund 45 - $0.00.












Recommended Motion:

It is respectfully recommended that the Board of Trustees approve Purchase Orders for all Funds for September 25, 2020, through October 8, 2020.












Attachments:
Exhibit A
M.3. Administrative Services: School District Check Registers from September 12, 2020, through October 2, 2020
Rationale:

1.  General Fund - 01

     Vendor Check Nos.  38-120578 - 120818     Total:  $         1,134,558.23

2.  Child Care Fund - 12

     Vendor Check Nos.  38-120593 - 120813     Total:  $              16,152.19

3.  Cafeteria Fund - 13

     Vendor Check Nos.  38-120595 - 120819     Total:  $              61,979.86

4.  Deferred Maintenance Fund - 14

     Vendor Check Nos.  38-120739                    Total:  $                5,640.38

5.  Building Fund-Series B - 24

     Vendor Check Nos. 38-120613 - 120820      Total:  $          2,370,133.86

6.   Capital Facilities - 25

     Vendor Check Nos.  38-120700                    Total:  $               36,544.56

7.  Special Reserve Fund - 40

     Vendor Check Nos. 38-120658 - 120750       Total:  $              16,855.00


     Total: $    3,641,864.08

 
Financial Impact:
Total amount of Vendor Registers from All Funds is $3,641,864.08.
Recommended Motion:

It is respectfully recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the School District Check Registers from September 12, 2020, through October 2, 2020.

M.4. Educational Services: Listing of Conferences, Meetings, Workshops, and Consultants
Quick Summary / Abstract:


Rationale:

Below is a summary listing of conferences, meetings, workshops, and consultants for your information.

1. Consultant/Presentation: Professional Development Virtual Presentation – Charlie Appelstein

Sponsoring Organization: AEI Speakers Bureau

Date/Location: November 2, 2020/Districtwide

Participants: District Staff (Virtual Presentation)

Cost: $2,500.00 – Low Performing Student Block Grant

2. Workshop: OCC GATE 2020 Virtual Conference: Rising Above the Challenge

Sponsoring Organizations: Orange County Council for the Gifted (OCC GATE) and Orange County Department of Education (OCDE)

Date/Location: November 14, 2020/Virtual

Participants: Lori Manz (Teaching &  Learning); Pamela Schrubb, Bridgette Giles, Anne Brasie (Virtual Academy); Shannon Laulhere (Oak View); Catherine Alberts, Jennifer Fisler, Heidi Webb, Jessica Haag (Circle View); Christine Earl (Golden View); Sandi Lewis (Lake View); Nicole Mejia, Sacha Gan (Mesa View); Leslie Flores (Star View); Kristin Dixon, Grace Sidell, Gara Flanagan, Julie Gill (Hope View); Diane Cho (Vista View)

Cost: $950.00 – GATE Funds

3. Workshop: Adapting Kagan to Distance Learning

Sponsoring Organization: Kagan Professional Development

Date/Location: November 3, 2020/Virtual

Participant: Jamie Goodwyn (Virtual Academy)

No Cost

 
Financial Impact:
As stated above for each workshop/consultant.
Recommended Motion:
It is respectfully recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the Listing of Conferences, Meetings, Workshops, and Consultants.
M.5. Human Resources: Certificated Employee Personnel Activity List - September 16, 2020, through October 6, 2020
Rationale:

This report contains the Ocean View School District's Certificated Employee Personnel Activity List from September 16, 2020, through October 6, 2020. (Exhibit A)

















 
Financial Impact:

Upon approval, the financial implication of this agenda item will be reflected in future payroll registers.



Recommended Motion:

It is respectfully recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the Certificated Employee Personnel Activity List from September 16, 2020, through October 6, 2020.












Attachments:
Exhibit A
M.6. Human Resources: Classified Employee Personnel Activity List - September 16, 2020, through October 6, 2020
Rationale:

This report contains the Ocean View School District's Classified Employee Personnel Activity List from September 16, 2020, through October 6, 2020. (Exhibit A)

















 
Financial Impact:

Upon approval, the financial implication of this agenda item will be reflected in future payroll registers.



Recommended Motion:

It is respectfully recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the Classified Employee Personnel Activity List from September 16, 2020, through October 6, 2020.












Attachments:
Exhibit A
N. Old Business
O. New Business
O.1. Board of Trustees: Resolution No. 10:2021 - Resolution of the Governing Board of the Ocean View School District of Orange County Regarding Censure of Trustee Norm Westwell (Action)
Rationale:

Board Bylaw 9005 regarding Governance Standards states that a motion calling for the adoption of a censure resolution may only be brought at the Board of Trustees' regularly scheduled meetings.  Censure resolutions shall only be heard in public, and shall describe in sufficient detail the conduct of said Board member, as to allow the member to prepare his/her response to the allegations.  The Board member making the motion shall provide the proposed resolution to the other members of the Board of Trustees, including the affected Board member, and to the Superintendent, at least ten working days in advance of any public hearing on the motion.  The written resolution as presented by the initiating Board member shall be presented under penalty of perjury.

In conformance and as required by Board Bylaw 9005, at the Regular Board of Trustees' meeting on October 6, 2020, Board Clerk Jack Souders provided copies of a proposed resolution to censure Trustee Norm Westwell to all members of the Board of Trustees, including Trustee Westwell.

Resolution No. 10:2021 is before the Board of Trustees' tonight for approval.


 
Financial Impact:

There is no financial impact resulting from this Agenda item.




Recommended Motion:

It is respectfully requested by the Office of the Clerk that the Board of Trustees approve Resolution No. 10:2021 - Resolution of the Governing Board of the Ocean View School District of Orange County Regarding Censure of Trustee Norm Westwell.




Attachments:
Exhibit A
O.2. Educational Services: Agreement Between Orange County Department of Education and Ocean View School District of Orange County for Inside the Outdoors Virtual Programs for the Fiscal Year 2020-2021 (Action)
Rationale:

The Orange County Department of Education operates the Inside the Outdoors Field and School Program for participating schools throughout Orange County. For the 2020-2021 school year, Inside the Outdoors is offering Virtual Field Trips and Traveling Scientist Programs. Every live-stream program presentation is grade level specific, supports California content standards, has the look and feel of a traditional Inside the Outdoors program, and will:

-Serve as a virtual classroom takeover where the teacher benefits as a participant.

-Match with platform of choice (Zoom or Google Classroom) for a comfortable online experience.

-Bring science and history to life and inspire students with a combination of props, field explorations, lab demonstrations, animal ambassadors, and/or historical artifacts.

-Include two Inside the Outdoors staff to facilitate and encourage student engagement with questions and activities as well as work to minimize distracting interruptions due to technology glitches.

-Extend the lessons through resources like pre- and post-activities and family engagement components.

All programs support the District's curriculum and align with the District’s instructional program.

The Agreement (Exhibit A) reflects the District schools that have indicated their intent to participate in 2020-2021 Inside the Outdoors Virtual Programs as well as the number of students projected to participate. Other schools in the District may choose to participate in Inside the Outdoors Virtual Programs as the year progresses.  

 
Financial Impact:

Financial support for Inside the Outdoors Programs and travel expenses will continue to be generated through school site fundraising, PTA/PTO efforts, and categorical programs. Funds are available for those students who are unable to raise the necessary funds. 

Recommended Motion:

It is respectfully recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the Agreement Between Orange County Department of Education and Ocean View School District of Orange County for Inside the Outdoors Virtual Programs for the Fiscal Year 2020-2021, and authorize Michael Conroy, Ed.D., Deputy Superintendent to sign the necessary documents.

Attachments:
Exhibit A
O.3. Educational Services: Agreement for Non-Public School/Non-Public Agency Placement of Special Education Students as Determined by Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) (Action)
Rationale:

The District provides a comprehensive special education program based on the identified needs of students; however, there are instances when the needs of a particular student cannot be met by one of the District's programs, or as a result of a mediation/due process agreement, student needs may require a non-public school placement or non-public agency services.

Currently, the Ocean View School District has two students who qualify for services with the following agencies, as determined by each Individual Education Program (IEP):

  1. The Children’s School, July 13, 2020, to June 24, 2021: $42,000.00
  2. Behavior Solutions, Inc., October 9, 2020, to June 24, 2021: $3,060.00
 
Financial Impact:
Funds in the amount of $45,060.00 are to be paid from Special Education monies.
Recommended Motion:

It is respectfully recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the Agreement for Non-Public School/Non-Public Agency Placement of Special Education Students as Determined by Individualized Education Programs (IEPs); authorize the West Orange County Consortium for Special Education to receive invoices and process payment; and authorize Michael Conroy, Ed.D., Deputy Superintendent, to execute all necessary documents.

O.4. Educational Services: Amendment No. 1 to Independent Contractor Agreement between Ocean View School District of Orange County and GlobaLingo Education Consulting, LLC (Action)
Rationale:

On May 19, 2020, the Board of Trustees approved the Independent Contractor Agreement between Ocean View School District and GlobaLingo Education Consulting, LLC for Dual Language Immersion Program Consulting Services. This service provides support to Harbour View’s Spanish Language Dual Immersion Program. Due to COVID-19, some of the training and professional development had to be postponed.

The District proposes an Amendment (Exhibit A) to the Agreement, extending the timeframe of services to May 31, 2021. This extension allows for expansion of the project timeline to complete the scope of work.

 
Financial Impact:
There is no financial impact resulting from this Agenda item.
Recommended Motion:

It is respectfully recommended that the Board of Trustees approve Amendment No. 1 to Independent Contractor Agreement between Ocean View School District of Orange County and GlobaLingo Education Consulting, LLC, and authorize Michael Conroy, Ed.D., Deputy Superintendent, to execute all necessary documents.

Attachments:
Exhibit A
O.5. Educational Services: Income Agreement between Orange County Superintendent of Schools and Ocean View School District of Orange County for Classroom Environmental Design Training and Technical Assistance Professional Development for State Preschool Program Sites (Action)
Rationale:

OVSD’s State Preschool Program is requesting continued Technical Assistance from the Orange County Department of Education (OCDE) to better align with preschool foundations. A consultant from OCDE will work with staff through observation, training, and one-on-one support to debrief on environment findings, and develop site-specific SMART goals and environmental quality improvement implementation plans.

Upon approval, training will take place from October, 2020, through June, 2021, as detailed in the Agreement (Exhibit A).

 
Financial Impact:

Funds not to exceed $1,250.00 will be paid from California State Preschool Program (CSPP) monies.

Recommended Motion:

It is respectfully recommended that the Board of Trustees approve Income Agreement between Orange County Superintendent of Schools and Ocean View School District of Orange County for Classroom Environmental Design Training and Technical Assistance Professional Development for State Preschool Program Sites, and authorize Michael Conroy, Ed.D., Deputy Superintendent, to execute all necessary paperwork.

Attachments:
Exhibit A
O.6. Educational Services: Public Hearing on Resolution No. 08:2021 - A Resolution of the Ocean View School District of Orange County Board of Trustees Determining Steps to Ensure Availability of Textbooks and Instructional Materials for 2020-2021
Rationale:

As required by law, the Governing Board of a School District shall hold a public hearing or hearings at which the Governing Board shall encourage participation by parents, teachers, members of the community interested in the affairs of the School District, and bargaining unit leaders, and shall make a determination, through a resolution (Exhibit A), as to whether each pupil in each school in the School District has sufficient textbooks or instructional materials, or both, that are aligned to the content standards adopted pursuant to Section 60605 or 60605.8 in each of the following subjects, as appropriate, that are consistent with the content and cycles of the curriculum framework adopted by the State Board:

  • Mathematics.
  • Science.
  • History-social science.
  • English language arts, including the English language development component of an adopted program.
  • Foreign language (for students enrolled).
  • Visual and performing arts (not listed in 60605 or 33126).

The public hearing shall take place on or before the end of the eighth week from the first day pupils attend school for that year.

If the Governing Board of a School District determines that there are insufficient textbooks or instructional materials, or both, the Governing Board shall provide information to classroom teachers and to the public setting forth, in the resolution, for each school in which an insufficiency exists, the percentage of pupils who lack sufficient standards-aligned textbooks or instructional materials in each subject area and the reasons that each pupil does not have sufficient textbooks or instructional materials, or both, and take any action, except an action that would require reimbursement by the Commission on State Mandates, to ensure that each pupil has sufficient textbooks or instructional materials, or both, within two months of the beginning of the school year in which the determination is made.

The Governing Board of a School District may use monies in any of the following funds:

  • Any funds available for textbooks or instructional materials, or both, from categorical programs, including any funds allocated to school districts that have been appropriated in the annual Budget Act.
  • Any funds of the School District that are in excess of the amount available for each pupil during the prior fiscal year to purchase textbooks or instructional materials, or both.
  • Any other funds available to the school district for textbooks or instructional materials, or both.

The Governing Board of a School District shall provide a 10 day notice of the public hearing or hearings set forth in subdivision (a). The notice shall contain the time, place, and purpose of the hearing and shall be posted in three public places in the School District. The hearing shall be held at a time that will encourage the attendance of teachers and parents and guardians of pupils who attend the schools in the School District and shall not take place during or immediately following school hours.

For purposes of this section, “sufficient textbooks or instructional materials” means that each pupil, including English learners, has a standards-aligned textbook or instructional materials, or both, to use in class and to take home. This paragraph does not require two sets of textbooks or instructional materials for each pupil. The materials may be in a digital format as long as each pupil, at a minimum, has and can access the same materials in the class and to take home, as all other pupils in the same class or course in the School District and has the ability to use and access them at home.

Sufficient textbooks or instructional materials do not include photocopied sheets from only a portion of a textbook or instructional materials copied to address a shortage.

The Governing Board of a School District that receives funds for instructional materials from any state source is subject to the requirements of this section.

For the purpose of transitioning to instructional materials that are aligned with the common core academic content standards, it is the intent of the Legislature that textbooks, instructional materials, and supplemental instructional materials be deemed to be aligned with the content standards and be deemed consistent with the content and cycles of the curriculum framework adopted by the State Board, if the textbooks, instructional materials, supplemental instructional materials, or a combination of any such materials are aligned to the content standards adopted pursuant to Section 60605 or 60605.8.

 
Financial Impact:
There is approximately $1,300,000.00 in General Fund/LCAP monies to fund any necessary materials.
Recommended Motion:

It is respectfully recommended that the Board of Trustees conduct a Public Hearing on Resolution No. 08:2021– A Resolution of the Ocean View School District of Orange County Board of Trustees Determining Steps to Ensure Availability of Textbooks and Instructional Materials for 2020-2021. 

Attachments:
Exhibit A
O.7. Educational Services: Resolution No. 08:2021 - A Resolution of the Ocean View School District of Orange County Board of Trustees Determining Steps to Ensure Availability of Textbooks and Instructional Materials for 2020-2021 (Action)
Rationale:

As required by law, the Governing Board of a School District shall hold a public hearing or hearings at which the Governing Board shall encourage participation by parents, teachers, members of the community interested in the affairs of the School District, and bargaining unit leaders, and shall make a determination, through a resolution (Exhibit A), as to whether each pupil in each school in the School District has sufficient textbooks or instructional materials, or both, that are aligned to the content standards adopted pursuant to Section 60605 or 60605.8 in each of the following subjects, as appropriate, that are consistent with the content and cycles of the curriculum framework adopted by the State Board:

  • Mathematics.
  • Science.
  • History-social science.
  • English language arts, including the English language development component of an adopted program.
  • Foreign language (for students enrolled).
  • Visual and performing Arts (not listed in 60605 or 33126).

The public hearing shall take place on or before the end of the eighth week from the first day pupils attend school for that year. The Public Hearing was conducted at the October 20, 2020, Board of Trustees’ meeting.

If the Governing Board of a School District determines that there are insufficient textbooks or instructional materials, or both, the Governing Board shall provide information to classroom teachers and to the public setting forth, in the resolution, for each school in which an insufficiency exists, the percentage of pupils who lack sufficient standards-aligned textbooks or instructional materials in each subject area and the reasons that each pupil does not have sufficient textbooks or instructional materials, or both, and take any action, except an action that would require reimbursement by the Commission on State Mandates, to ensure that each pupil has sufficient textbooks or instructional materials, or both, within two months of the beginning of the school year in which the determination is made.

The Governing Board of a School District may use monies in any of the following funds:

  • Any funds available for textbooks or instructional materials, or both, from categorical programs, including any funds allocated to school districts that have been appropriated in the annual Budget Act.
  • Any funds of the School District that are in excess of the amount available for each pupil during the prior fiscal year to purchase textbooks or instructional materials, or both.
  • Any other funds available to the School District for textbooks or instructional materials, or both.

The Governing Board of a School District shall provide a 10 day notice of the public hearing or hearings set forth in subdivision (a). The notice shall contain the time, place, and purpose of the hearing and shall be posted in three public places in the school district. The hearing shall be held at a time that will encourage the attendance of teachers and parents and guardians of pupils who attend the schools in the School District and shall not take place during or immediately following school hours.

For purposes of this section, “sufficient textbooks or instructional materials” means that each pupil, including English learners, has a standards-aligned textbook or instructional materials, or both, to use in class and to take home. This paragraph does not require two sets of textbooks or instructional materials for each pupil. The materials may be in a digital format as long as each pupil, at a minimum, has and can access the same materials in the class and to take home, as all other pupils in the same class or course in the School District and has the ability to use and access them at home.

Sufficient textbooks or instructional materials do not include photocopied sheets from only a portion of a textbook or instructional materials copied to address a shortage.

The Governing Board of a School District that receives funds for instructional materials from any state source is subject to the requirements of this section.

For the purpose of transitioning to instructional materials that are aligned with the common core academic content standards, it is the intent of the Legislature that textbooks, instructional materials, and supplemental instructional materials be deemed to be aligned with the content standards and be deemed consistent with the content and cycles of the curriculum framework adopted by the State Board, if the textbooks, instructional materials, supplemental instructional materials, or a combination of any such materials are aligned to the content standards adopted pursuant to Section 60605 or 60605.8.

 
Financial Impact:
There is approximately $1,300,000.00 in General Fund/LCAP monies to fund any necessary materials.
Recommended Motion:

It is respectfully recommended that the Board of Trustees approve Resolution No. 08:2021 – A Resolution of the Ocean View School District of Orange County Board of Trustees Determining Steps to Ensure Availability of Textbooks and Instructional Materials for 2020-2021.

Attachments:
Exhibit A
O.8. Educational Services: Resolution No. 09:2021 Proclaiming the Week of October 23-31, 2020, as Red Ribbon Week (Action)
Rationale:

Red Ribbon Week, first organized in 1988 by the National Family Partnership, is celebrated by Ocean View School District of Orange County schools at the end of October. Red Ribbon Week is designed to promote awareness and disseminate information to students and their families about the dangers of drug abuse and the importance of healthy living through effective drug prevention activities. Red Ribbon Week provides the means for communities and individuals to take a stand for the hopes and dreams of children through a commitment to drug prevention and education, with the ultimate goal being the creation of a drug-free America.

Resolution No. 09:2021 (Exhibit A) proclaims the week of October 23-31, 2020, as Red Ribbon Week in the Ocean View School District, and encourages students and families to participate in drug prevention education and healthy living activities.

 
Financial Impact:
There is no financial impact resulting from this Agenda item.
Recommended Motion:

It is respectfully recommended that the Board of Trustees approve Resolution No. 09:2021 Proclaiming the Week of October 23-31, 2020, as Red Ribbon Week.

Attachments:
Exhibit A
O.9. Human Resources: Income Agreement, Agreement Number 50448 between Ocean View School District of Orange County and Orange County Superintendent of Schools for Clear Administrative Services Credential Program (Action)
Quick Summary / Abstract:


Rationale:

Ocean View School District has one administrator in their second year of an administrative credential program. We are requesting the Clear Administrative Services Credential Program training from the Orange County Department of Education (OCDE) to provide the final year of induction (Exhibit A).   

An OCDE coach will provide 40 hours of on-site, face-to-face coaching this year; ongoing, individualized monitoring; and access to program resources.  The candidate's competency will be validated through an exit interview.


 
Financial Impact:

Funds not to exceed $4,500.00 will be paid from the General Fund.


Recommended Motion:

It is respectfully recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the Income Agreement, Agreement Number 50448 between Ocean View School District of Orange County and Orange County Superintendent of Schools for Clear Administrative Services Credential Program, and authorize Michael Conroy, Ed.D., Deputy Superintendent, to execute all necessary paperwork.


Attachments:
Exhibit A
O.10. Human Resources: Williams Settlement Legislation Annual Report 2019-2020 (Information)
Quick Summary / Abstract:


Rationale:

Certain provisions of the Williams settlement legislation apply to schools ranked in deciles 1-3 as determined every three years by the Base Academic Performance Index (API). The most current list includes Oak View Elementary School and was determined by the 2012 Base API.

California Education Code Section 1240(c)(2)(F) and (J) specifies that county superintendents must monitor decile 1-3 schools for:

(1) sufficiency of textbooks and instructional materials;

(2) maintenance of facilities;

(3) accuracy of data reported on the School Accountability Report Card (SARC); and

(4) teacher misassignments and teacher vacancies.

All schools in deciles 1-3 are required to submit to the Orange County Department of Education (OCDE) their annual School Accountability Report Card (SARC) for verification of data reported. The SARC for Oak View Elementary School was reviewed and the information reported regarding Instructional Materials and Facility Conditions was found to be accurate (Exhibit A).

California Education Code Section 1240(2)(H) requires this information be provided to the Board at a regularly scheduled meeting.


 
Financial Impact:

There is no financial impact resulting from this Agenda item.


Recommended Motion:

It is respectfully recommended that the Board of Trustees receive for information the Human Resources: Williams Settlement Legislation Annual Report 2019-2020.



Attachments:
Exhibit A
P. Any Other Public Comments to the Board of Trustees
Q. Future Agenda Items (As requested by Board Members)
R. Board of Trustees' Roundtable
S. Closed Session (if needed)
T. Return to Open Session/Report of Closed Session Action
U. Adjournment
Disability Information:
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Published: October 16, 2020, 3:07 PM

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