August 15, 2013 Board Meeting

Board of Education Meeting Contact the Board of Education Office

4:30 p.m. Closed Session
6:30 p.m. Open Session

AGENDA ITEMS

CONSENT AGENDA                      

8.1a     Approve Grants, Entitlements and Other Income Agreements, Ratification of Other Agreements, Approval of Bid Awards, Approval of Declared Surplus Materials and Equipment, Change Notices and Notices of Completion

8.1b     Approve Business and Financial Report: Warrants and Checks Issued for the Period of July 2013

8.1c     Approve Personnel Transactions

8.1d     Approve Board of Education Meeting Minutes for July 18 and August 1, 2013

BOARD WORKSHOP/STRATEGIC PLAN AND OTHER INITIATIVES

9.1    School Closure Transition Update

9.2    Approve Resolution No. 2758: Initiating the Transfer of Territory from Twin Rivers Unified School District to Sacramento City Unified School District

9.3    Approval of Revised Board Policy No. 6142.7 on Physical Education

9.4    Approval of Revised Board Policy No. 5030 on Student Wellness

9.5    Coherent Governance Operational Expectations 10 (OE-10) – Instructional Programs Monitoring Report

Appendices A thru J

9.6    California Office to Reform Education (CORE) Waiver Update

BUSINESS AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION / REPORTS

10.1 Business and Financial Report:
• Cash Flow Report for Period Ending June 30, 2013
• Investment Report as of June 30, 2013

Watch the Meeting

 

Cable Viewing

This meeting of the Sacramento City School Board is being videotaped in its entirety and will be cablecast without interruption on Metro Cable 14, the government affairs channel on the Comcast and SureWest Cable Systems.

 

 

Live Streaming

The video archive will be posted August 20th. 

Response to Public Comments

Why was there no waiver for Joseph Bonnheim Elementary School on the agenda?

Answered at previous board meetings.

Why does the Executive Committee no longer meet in public?

Answered at previous board meetings.

Did our district vote to be part of the CORE Waiver organization?

No formal board vote was taken.

Did the district vote to authorize to pursue this waiver?

No formal board vote was taken.

Did the district vote to accept this waiver and the changes it is going to bring to our district?

No formal board vote was taken. All Superintendents from each of the CORE districts sit on the CORE Board and provide direction and feedback directly to the work of CORE.

Is it legal without having a conversation with the public before doing this waiver?

Engagement prior to the submission of the waiver application was conducted with a series of stakeholders. Information regarding these engagement activities can be found in the waiver application. A copy is available via district website at www.scusd.edu.