Meeting Name: Board of Education Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 6/5/2024 4:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Great Room, LaEscuelita Education Center, 1050 2nd Avenue, Oakland, CA ((entrance at or near 286 East 10th St.); Internet Streamed - Zoom & Granicus; Broadcasted - KDOL-TV (Comcast Channel 27 and AT&T Channel 99)
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24-1379 1C1.-1Public Comment On Closed Session ItemsBoard, Public Comment - Closed Session ItemsPublic Comment On Closed Session Items - June 5, 2024.   Action details Video Video
24-1378 1K.-1Parent and Student Advisory Committee’s Report – June 5, 2024PSAC ReportParent and Student Advisory Committee’s Report - June 5, 2024, including recommendation(s), if any, by the Community Advisory Committee (CAC) on Special Education regarding the Final Review and Proposed Adoption Of Special Education Local Plan Area (SELPA) Section A: Contacts and Certifications (2024-2025 School Year); Section B: Governance and Administration (2024-2027 School Years); Section D: Annual Budget Plan (2024-2025 School Year); and Section E: Annual Service Plan (2024-2025 School Year), for advanced consideration regarding said Plans to be considered and possibly adopted, following Public Hearing on aforementioned subject matter(s) to be held at 6:00 P.M., by the Board of Education, June 26, 2024.Presentation Made; Discussed  Action details Video Video
24-1377 1L.-1Superintendent's Report – June 5, 2024Superintendent's ReportSuperintendent's Report - June 5, 2024: · School Highlights · Attendance Update · Enrollment Update · Oakland Athletic League (OAL) UpdatePresentation Made; Discussed  Action details Video Video
24-1382 1M.-1Comments By Collective Bargaining Units – June 5, 2024Board, Public Comment - Collective Bargaining UnitsComments By Collective Bargaining Units - June 5, 2024.No Comments  Action details Video Video
24-1380 1O.-1Public Comment On All Non-Agenda Items Within the Subject Matter Jurisdiction of the District – June 5, 2024Board, Public Comment - Non-Agenda ItemsPublic Comment On All Non-Agenda Items Within the Subject Matter Jurisdiction of the District - June 5, 2024.Presentation/Acknowledgment Made  Action details Video Video
24-1469 1Q.-1Revocation of Charter - North Oakland Community Charter School (NOCCS) - Board of EducationResolutionAdoption by the Board of Education of Resolution No. 2324-0074 - Revoking the Charter of the North Oakland Community Charter School under Agreement with the Oakland Unified School District entered into as of January 8, 2020 and subsequently amended on December 9, 2020.AdoptedPass Action details Video Video
24-1567 1Q.-2Cure - Probable Legislative Procedural and Substantive Defects - AB 1912 Metrics - Equity Impact Analysis - A Required Advanced Study for Closure or Consolidation of A School(s) - Chief Academic Officer (Revised) (Adopted April 10, 2024)MotionAdoption by Board of Education of motion repealing the following enactments: · Enactment No. 24-0694, Legislative File No. 24-1072 - April 10, 2024 (Adopted) Motion to Reconsider Postponement To Time Certain - June 5, 2024 - AB 1912 Metrics - Equity Impact Analysis - A Required Advanced Study for Closure or Consolidation of A School(s) - April 10, 2024; and · Enactment 24-0691, Legislative File No. 23-2704, As Amended - April 10, 2024 (Adopted) AB 1912 Metrics - Equity Impact Analysis - A Required Advanced Study for Closure or Consolidation of A School(s) - Chief Academic Officer (Revised); and renaming, Legislative File No. 23-2704, Resolution No. 2324-0020 and the content thereof, as of March 27, 2024, (prior to Enactment No. 24-0691), as Legislative File No. 23-2704-1, Resolution No. 2324-0020A.AdoptedPass Action details Video Video
23-2704-1 1Q.-3AB 1912 Metrics - Equity Impact Analysis - A Required Advanced Study for Closure or Consolidation of A School(s) - Chief Academic Officer (Revised)ResolutionAdoption by the Board of Education of Resolution No. 2324-0020A - Equity Impact Analysis Metrics* for the Initiation of School Changes Per Education Code 41329. ___ *One of (several) 2024-2025 Budget Development Options, Increases, and Reductions authorized for STUDY by the Board on October 25, 2023, (Legislative File No. 23-2308, Enactment No. 23-1808).Adopted as AmendedPass Action details Video Video
24-1522 1R.-1Third Interim Financial Report - Oakland Unified School District - As of April 30, 2024 - Fiscal Year 2023-2024 - Chief Business OfficerResolutionAdoption by the Board of Education of Resolution No. 2324-0255- District's Third Interim Financial Report for Fiscal Year 2023-24 - As of April 30, 2024 - As a Result of the District's Second Interim Financial Report Adoption, Certification Being "Qualified".AdoptedPass Action details Video Video
24-0923 1R.-2Academics - Advance Black and Brown Student Achievement - Director Jorge Lerma and Director Clifford ThompsonResolutionAdoption by the Board of Education of Resolution No. 2324-0206 - Advance Black and Brown Student Achievement.AdoptedPass Action details Video Video
24-1374 1R.-3Application for Provisional Internship Permit – California Commission on Teacher Credentialing – Named Employees for School Year 2024-2025ResolutionApproval by the Board of Education of Resolution No. 2324-0184 - Application for Provisional Internship Permit - California Commission on Teacher Credentialing - Named Employees for School Year 2024-2025: 1. Wannee Lewis, 9th - 12th Grade Physics Teacher, Madison Park Academy; 2. Phillip Corbins, 9th - 12th Grade Math Teacher, Oakland High School; 3. Thuon Chen, 6th - 8th Grade Math Teacher, Frick United Middle School; 4. Alexandra Carbajal, K - 5th Grade Multiple Subject Teacher, La Escuelita Elementary School; 5. Peter Cook, 9th - 12th Grade Social Science Teacher, Castlemont High School; 6. Shawne Eagleton, 9th - 12th Grade Extensive Support Needs SDC Teacher, Skyline High School; 7. Amanda Haick, K - 5th Grade Multiple Subject Teacher, Montclair Elementary School; 8. Daniel Alba Pedroza, K - 5th Grade Multiple Subject Teacher, Lockwood Elementary School; 9. Laini Coffee, K - 5th Grade Multiple Subject Teacher, Lockwood Elementary School; 10. Emmanuel Sarabia-Uribe, K - 5th Grade Multiple Subject Teacher, Sequoia Elementary School; 11. Sergio Colon, K - 5th Grade Multiple Subject Teacher, Reach Academy Elementary School; 12. Victor Rios, K - 5th Grade Multiple Subject Teacher, Brookfield Elementary School; 13. Jacquelyn Camarillo, K - 5th Grade Multiple Subject Teacher, Lockwood STEAM Elementary School; 14. Ian Busher, 6th - 8th Grade Social Science Teacher, Edna Brewer Middle School; 15. William Luoma, 9th - 12th Grade Math Teacher, Oakland Technical High School; 16. Somneng Deneng, 9th - 12th Grade Social Science Teacher, Life Academy High School; 17. Rosalyn Fei, K - 5th Social Science Teacher, Acorn Woodland Elementary School; 18. Agustin Ruvalcaba, 9th - 12th Grade Social Science Teacher, Rudsdale; 19. Kenny Or, TK - 5th Grade Multiple Subject Teacher, Manzanita Community; 20. Giannina Briceno, TK - 5th Grade Multiple Subject Teacher, International Community Schools; 21. Mauricio Gomez, TK - 5th Grade Mild/Moderate Teacher, Franklin Elementary School; 22. Larwrence Rogers, 6th - 8th Grade Multiple Subject Teacher, Westlake Middle School; 23. Juan Macias, TK - 5th Grade Social Science Teacher, Allendale Elementary School; 24. Avery Barrett, TK - 5th Grade Multiple Subject Teacher, Hillcrest Elementary School; 25. Hatem Adell, 6th - 8th Grade Multiple Subject Teacher, Greenleaf Academy Middle School; 26. Angela Cooper, 9th - 12th Grade Social Science Teacher, Oakland International High School; 27. Rodney Zinyemba, 9th - 12th Grade Social Science Teacher, Skyline High School; 28. Kheshawn Wynn, TK - 5th Grade Multiple Subject Teacher, Reach Academy Elementary School; 29. Yuliana Espinoza Ramirez, K - 5th Grade Bilingual Multiple Subjects Teacher, Lockwood STEAM Elementary; 30. Brooke Barlow, TK - 5th Grade Multiple Subject Teacher, Sankofa Elementary School; 31. Marcus Santo Domingo, 6th - 8th Grade Math Teacher, Montera Middle School; 32. Jack Kiernan, 6th - 8th Grade Social Science Teacher, Roosevelt Middle School; 33. Sean McDermott, 9th - 12th Grade English Teacher, Madison Park Academy High School; 34. Johanna Estrella, 6th - 8th Grade Bilingual Teacher, Melrose Leadership Academy; 35. Aparna Rao, 9th - 12th Grade Social Science Teacher, Castlemont High School; 36. Tricia Sarmiento, TK - 5th Grade Multiple Subject Teacher, Oak Academy of Knowledge; 37. Kameron Corprew, TK - 5th Grade Teacher, Highland Community Elementary School; 38. Virdell Larkins III, TK - 5th Grade SDC Teacher Mild/Moderate Support Needs SDC Teacher, Oakland Academy of Knowledge; 39. Michael Matos Rodriguez, 6th - 8th Grade English Teacher, United for Success Academy; 40. Kevon Jim, K - 5th Grade Multiple Subjects Teacher, Manzanita Community Elementary School; 41. Lesly Hernandez Mejia, 9th - 12th Grade Physical Education Teacher, Oakland International High School; 42. Mayela Lechuga, K - 5th Grade Mild/Moderate Support Needs SDC Teacher, Madison Park Academy Elementary School; 43. Mary Hayes, TK - 5th Grade Multiple Subjects Teacher, Lockwood STEAM Academy; 44. Jason Boni, K - 5th Grade Multiple Subject Teacher, Think College Now Elementary School; 45. Eric Younger, K - 5th Grade Business Teacher, Oakland Academy of Knowledge Elementary School; 46. Rosa Cerutti, 9th - 12th Grade Social Science Teacher, Oakland Technical High School; 47. Alana Gordon-Brown, 9th - 12th Grade SDC Teacher Mild/Moderate Support Needs SDC Teacher, Castlemont High School; 48. Charles Simon, 9th - 12th Grade Music, Fremont High School; 49. Brittany Stoddard, TK - 12th Grade Special Ed Mod/Ext Teacher, Redwood Heights Elementary School; 50. Kevin Sun, 9th - 12th Grade Computer Science, Oakland High School; 51. Molly Weitzman, 9th - 12th Grade Humanities Teacher, Madison Park Academy High School; 52. Fatma Monim, 9th - 12th Grade Physical Education Teacher, Coliseum College Prep Academy; 53. William-Claude Baker, TK - 5th Grade Bilingual Multiple Subject Teacher, Melrose Academy Elementary School; 54. Esau White, TK - 5th Grade Multiple Subject Teacher, Think College Now Elementary School; 55. Brenda Berumen, K - 5th Grade Multiple Subject Teacher, Glenveiw Elementary School; 56. Cezar Elizaga, 9th - 12th Grade SDC Teacher Mild/Moderate Support Needs Teacher, Madison Park Academy; 57. Diana Rueda, 6th - 8th Grae Social Science Teacher, Claremont Middle School; 58. Melina Clark, 9th - 12th Grade Special Education Mild/Moderate Support Needs SDC Teacher, Coliseum College Prep High School; 59. Lauren Hire, 9th - 12th Grade Extensive Support Needs SDC Teacher, Skyline High School; 60. Maria Barnes, K - 5th Grade Multiple Subject Teacher, Bridges Academy Elementary School; 61. Samuel Duenas, 6th - 8th Grade Physical Education Teacher, Coliseum College Prep Academy Middle School; 62. Ebony Adkins, K - 5th Grade Special Education Extensive Support Needs SDC Teacher, Emerson Elementary School; 63. Rolando Lopez Torres, K - 5th Grade Multiple Subject Bilingual Teacher, Greenleaf Academy Elementary School; 64. Iris Esquivel, 6th - 8th Grade Social Science Teacher, Montera Middle School; 65. Dina Rastakhiz, 9th - 12th Grade Math Teacher, MetWest High School; 66. Mychael Smith, 7th Grade English Teacher, Urban Promise Academy Middle School; 67. Ashley Johnson, K - 5th Grade Teacher, Thornhill Elementary School; 68. Gustavo Artman, 6th - 8th Grade Social Science Teacher, Bret Harte Middle School; 69. Elizabeth Sanchez-Montano, 9th - 12th Grade, Mild to Moderate Support Needs SDC Teacher, Life Academy High School; 70. Derrick Eure, 9th - 12th Grade Social Science Teacher, McClymonds High School; 71. Daisy Hernandez, 9th - 12th Grade Mid/Moderate Support Needs SDC Teacher, Life Academy High School; 72. Imani Saint Jean, K - 5th Grade Mild/Moderate Support Needs SDC Teacher, Global Family Elementary School; 73. Tammara Nalls, Mild/Moderate Support Needs SDC Teacher, Programs for Exceptional Children; 74. Cynthia Pena Martinez, 6th - 8th Grade Multiple Subject Teacher, Madison Park Middle School; 75. Zaire Hawkins, 6th - 8th Grade Social Science Teacher, Madison Park Middle School; 76. Litzia Galvan, 6th - 8th Grade Math Teacher, Frick United Middle School; 77. Tarina Peace, TK - 5th Grade Bilingual Social Science Teacher, Melrose Academy Elementary School’ 78. Jenell Marshall, 9th - 12th Grade English Teacher, MetWest High School; 79. Sofia Ortiz, 9th - 12th Grade SDC Teacher, Mild/Moderate Support Needs, Skyline High School; 80. Bernadette Colman, 6th - 8th Grade Math Teacher, Elmhurst United Middle School; 81. Natasha Hoover, 6th - 8th Grade SDC Extensive Support Needs Teacher; 82. Cesar Jackson, 6th - 8th Grade SDC Teacher, Mild/Moderate Support Needs, Elmhurst United Middle School; 83. Jessica Gray, TK - 5th Grade, Art Prep Teacher, Allendale Elementary School; 84. Camila Morales-Jimenez, 9th - 12th Grade SDC Mild/Moderate Support Needs Teacher, Life Academy High School; 85. Caitlyn Dunn, 6th - 8th Grade Math Teacher, Claremont Middle School; 86. Daniel Vernon, K - 5th Grade, Physical Education Teacher,AdoptedPass Action details Video Video
24-1147 1T.-1Agreement Between Owner and Contractor - Comtel Systems Technology, Inc. - Bret Harte Middle School – Buildings and Grounds DepartmentAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of Award of Bid, rejection of all other Bids, if any, and approval of an Agreement Between Owner and Contractor by and between the District and Comtel Systems Technology, Inc., Sunnyvale, CA, for the latter to provide, updates to the existing intercom paging, clock and bell telephone system with the intent to proceed with an IP based upgrade in order to allow new technology and to future proof these systems, and /or as described in the Bid, incorporated herein by reference as though fully set forth, for Bret Harte Middle School Communication and Response System, in the lump sum amount of $269,406.00, which includes a contingency allowance of $24,000.00, as the lowest responsive, responsible bidder, with the work anticipated to commence on June 6, 2024, and to be completed within sixty (60) days, with an anticipated ending of August 1, 2024.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1149 1T.-2Agreement Between Owner and Contractor – K&K JL Services, Inc. – Franklin Elementary School Boys and Girls Restroom Renovation Project – Buildings and Grounds DepartmentAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of Award of Bid, rejection of all other Bids, if any, and approval of Agreement Between Owner and Contractor by and between the District and K&K JL Services, Inc., Fairfield, CA, for the latter to remove and replace fixtures in the boys & girls’ restroom in the B building at Franklin Elementary School; remove and replace all toilets and urinal fixtures with American Standard Pintbrook urinals and American Standard Cadet Pro toilets, and perform each and all tasks, specified in the Bid, incorporated herein by reference as though fully set forth, in an amount not to exceed $192,580.00, which includes a general contingency allowance of $26,000.00, as the lowest responsive, responsible bidder, with the work anticipated to commence on June 6, 2024, and to be completed within sixty (60) days, with an anticipated ending of August 1, 2024.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1258 1T.-3Agreement Between Owner and Contractor – Deco Tech Systems, Inc. – Frick United Middle School Security Improvement Project – Division of Facilities Planning and ManagementAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of Award of Bid, rejection of all other Bids, if any, and approval of Agreement Between Owner and Contractor by and between the District and Deco Tech Systems Inc., Walnut Creek, CA., for the latter to provide installation of 33 new Mini-dome cameras, six new multi-sensor cameras, and replacing 16 existing cameras and perform each and all tasks, specified in the Bid, incorporated herein by reference as though fully set forth, for the Frick United Middle School Security Improvement Project, in an amount not to exceed $208,000.00, which includes a general contingency allowance of $16,000.00, with the work anticipated to commence on June 6, 2024, and required to be completed within ninety (90) days, with an anticipated ending date of September 4, 2024.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1264 1T.-4Agreement Between Owner and Contractor – SDM Construction – Oakland Technical High School Boys Gym Restroom Renovation Project – Buildings and Grounds DepartmentAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of Award of Bid, rejection of all other Bids, if any, and approval of Agreement Between Owner and Contractor by and between the District and SDM Construction, Concord, CA, for the latter to remove and replace all fixtures in the boys gym restroom including removal of all wall ceramic tiles, patch and repair existing flooring, and/or as described in the Bid, incorporated herein by reference as though fully set forth, for the Oakland Technical High School Boys Gym Restroom Renovation Project, in the lump sum amount of $161,700.00, which includes a contingency allowance of $13,000.00, as the lowest responsive, responsible bidder, with the work anticipated to commence on June 6, 2024, and to be completed within sixty (60) days, with an anticipated ending of August 1, 2024.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1272 1T.-5Agreement Between Owner and Contractor – Guerra Construction Group – Urban Promise Academy Portable Relocation Project – Division of Facilities Planning and ManagementAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of Award of Bid, rejection of all other Bids, if any, and approval of an Agreement Between Owner and Contractor by and between the District and Guerra Construction Group, Santa Clara, CA, for the latter to provide utility hook up and commissioning of three (3) portable buildings, including, plumbing, electrical, life safety & data and performance of each and all tasks specified in the Bid, incorporated herein by reference as though fully set forth, for the Urban Promise Academy Portable Relocation Project, in an amount not to exceed $1,135,200.00, which includes a general contingency allowance of $35,000.00, with the work anticipated to commence on June 6, 2024, and required to be completed within three hundred sixty (360) days, with an anticipated ending of August 5, 2024.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1279 1T.-6Purchase Agreement – Building Block Interiors, Inc. - Trailer Project - Division of Facilities Planning and ManagementAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of a Purchase Agreement by and between the District and Building Block Interiors, Inc., Fremont, CA, for the latter to replace three workstations and install and assemble four workstations, and other tasks, each and all as specified in Exhibit A of the Agreement, vendor invoice dated March 12, 2024, incorporated herein by reference as though fully set forth, for the Trailer Project at the Division of Facilities Planning and Management, in an amount not to exceed $14,654.23, for the term commencing June 6, 2024 and concluding by August 31, 2024, the delivery date.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1351 1T.-7Food Donation Program Partnership Agreement - FoodRecovery.org and Food Connect - Nutrition Services DepartmentAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of a Food Donation Program Partnership Agreement by and between the District and the nonprofits, FoodRecovery.org, Washington, DC, and Food Connect, Philadelphia, PA, for the latter parties to collectively pick up and distribute surplus edible food from Nutrition Services’ school cafeterias, kitchens, and the Central Kitchen and Warehouse and distribute to school communities or retrieve excess food from school sites and deliver it to local nonprofits, as described in the Scope of Work, incorporated herein by reference as though fully set forth, for the period, June 3, 2024 through June 3, 2029, at no cost to the District.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1372 1T.-8Transfer of Funds - Unclaimed Property From Respective Fund(s) To General Fund - Fiscal Year 2023-2024ResolutionApproval by the Board of Education of Resolution No. 2324-0139 - Transfer of Unclaimed Property Funds From Their Respective Fund(s) To The General Fund pursuant To California Government Code Section 50053, for Fiscal Year 2023-2024, in the amount of $150,688.02, as stated in Exhibit A.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1488 1T.-9Amendment No. 2, Professional Services Contract – District and Hazelrigg Claims Management Service - Workers’ Compensations Claims - Risk Management DepartmentAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of Amendment No. 2, Professional Services Contract by and between the District and Hazelrigg Claims Management Service, a TriStar Company, a Third-Party Administrator (“TPA”), Chino Hills, CA, for the continued provision of Workers’ Compensation claims adjusting services to the District, as described in the Amendment, incorporated herein by reference as though fully set forth, in an additional amount not to exceed $783,524.00, increasing the not to exceed amount of the Contract from $2,844,110.00 to $3,627,634.00 and extending the term of the Contract from July 1, 2020 through June 30, 2024 to June 30, 2025, two of two one-year options for Contract renewal. All other terms and conditions of the Agreement remain in full force and effect.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1504 1T.-10Student Accident and Sickness Insurance - Payment of Premium for 2024/2025 School Year - Risk Management DepartmentMotionApproval by the Board of Education, as Policyholder, of 2024-2025 School Year Coverage of Student Accident and Sickness Insurance (Plan), for School-Time Coverage for all enrolled students for injuries sustained while: ? On School premises during the hours and on days when the School’s regular classes are in session, including one hour immediately before and one hour immediately after regular classes, while continuously on the School premises; ? While participating in or attending School-sponsored and supervised School Activities including interscholastic athletic activities; ? While traveling without interruption to or from home and School for regular attendance; or School and off campus site to participate in School-sponsored and supervised School Activities, provided such travel is arranged by the School; and while traveling in School Vehicles at any time with Plan arranged and administered by, and authorizing payment of Aggregate Premium to, Myers-Stevens & Toohey Co. Inc., Mission Viejo, CA, in an amount not to exceed $75,846.87.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1505 1T.-11Catastrophic Accident Insurance for Students and Volunteers - Premium Payment for 2024-2025 School Year - Risk Management DepartmentMotionApproval by the Board of Education, as Policyholder, of 2024-2025 School Year Coverage Request Form, for Catastrophic Accident Insurance for Students and Volunteers, underwritten by ACE American Insurance Company, and authorization of payment, of $54,001.96 premium, to Myers-Stevens & Toohey & Company, Inc., Mission Viejo, CA (Broker), as follows: Class I - Interscholastic Athletics Covers students while participating in school sponsored and directly supervised games and official practice sessions of interscholastic sports and supporting activities (band, cheerleaders, majorettes, student coaches, student trainers, and student managers) and while traveling directly and without interruption between school and the site of such activities. COST: $11,980.96; and Class II - Student Activities Covers students while on premises when school is in session and while participating in school sponsored and directly supervised activities (except interscholastic athletics), and while traveling directly and without interruption between school and the site of such activities, and while traveling directly and without interruption between home and school to attend regularly scheduled classes (includes one hour immediately before and after regularly scheduled classes). COST: $42,021.00.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1506 1T.-12CalSav Piggyback Agreement - CDW Government LLC - Technology Services AgreementAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of CalSave Piggyback Agreement (utilization of Monterey County Office of Education (MCOE)/CalSAVE Bid No. 538902 for Technology and Audio-Visual Equipment ‘Request for Bids’ awarded to CDW-Government LLC) by and between the District and CDW Government (CDW-G), LLC, Vernon Hills, Il, for the latter to provide Technology and Audio-Visual Equipment as specified in Exhibit B of Agreement, incorporated herein by reference as though fully set forth, for the term February 1, 2024 through December 31, 2026, in a Not to Exceed Amount as follows: During the Term, the total not-to-exceed amount shall be Three Million Nine Hundred Thousand Dollars ($3,900,000). The annual not-to-exceed amount shall be One Million Three Hundred Thousand Dollars ($1,300,000). (Section 4 of Agreement).Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1532 2T.-13Workers’ Compensation Coverage and Excess Property and Liability Coverage - Premiums Payment - Fiscal Year 2024-2025 - Risk Management DepartmentMotionApproval by the Board of Education of payment of membership contributions (premium), Fiscal Year 2024-2025, for Excess Workers’ Compensation Coverage, procured from Public Risk Innovation, Solutions, and Management (PRISIM), a Joint Powers Authority (“JPA”), through Alliant Insurance Services, Inc., Newport Beach, CA (Broker), in the amount of $890,000.00 and for Excess Property and Liability Coverage through Northern California ReLiEF (“NCR”) JPA, managed by Keenan & Associates, Torrance, CA (Broker), in the amount of $3,905,718.00, respectively.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1335 1T.-14Memorandum of Understanding and Interagency Agreement - University of California Berkeley - Talent/Human Resources DepartmentAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of Memorandum of Understanding and Interagency Agreement (MOU or Agreement) for a Program of Classroom Practica and other Fieldwork Experience-applying to K-12 Teaching, including Multiple Subjects, Single Subjects, and Designated Subjects, including Added or Supplementary Authorizations; and including Pupil Personnel Services, specifically School Psychologist, and Administrative Services, credentials and certifications, as specified; and including Fieldwork Experience for Pre-Credential Candidate Undergraduate Students-is entered into by and between the Oakland Unified School District (District or OUSD), a public school district in the State of California, County of Alameda, and the Regents of the University of California, on behalf of University of California Berkeley (University or UCB), Berkeley School of Education, a public university under the auspices of the State of California - for the term July 1, 2024 through June 30, 2029, at no cost to the District other than for Teacher Interns who are deemed District employees and are paid from District funds associated with said employment.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1336 1T.-15Memorandum of Understanding and Interagency Agreement - Loyola Marymount University - Talent/Human Resources DepartmentAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of Memorandum of Understanding and Interagency Agreement (MOU or Agreement) for an Intern Partnership Program and Practica Program-applying to credentials in K-12 Teaching, including Multiple Subjects, Single Subjects, Designated Subjects, and Special Education Categories, including Added or Supplementary Authorizations; including Pupil Personnel Services in Communicative Sciences & Disorders, Mental Health & Wellness, Counseling & Guidance, Educational Therapy, Administration, and other Pupil Personnel Services credentials and certifications, as may be specified; including Fieldwork Experience for Master of Arts or Science and other Graduate-Level Degrees or Certifications with Emphasis in Pupil Personnel Services; including Fieldwork Experience for Pre-Credential Candidate Undergraduate Students-is entered into by and between Oakland Unified School District (District or OUSD), a public school district in the State of California, County of Alameda, and Loyola Marymount University (University or LMU), a California nonprofit, private university - for the term July 1, 2024 through June 30, 2029, at no cost to the District other than for Teacher Interns who are deemed District employees and are paid from District funds associated with said employment.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1350 1T.-16Grant Agreement - Teacher Residency Expansion Grant - TRE 215 -Talent/Human Resources DepartmentApplicationAcceptance by the Board of Education of Grant Award No. TRE 215, from the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing, in the amount of $720,000.00*, for the District’s implementation and expansion of the Oakland Teacher Residency’s pathways for STEM, Bilingual Multiple Subjects and Single Subjects (ELA and Social Science) for Diverse Educators, for the period of August 1, 2023 through June 30, 2024, pursuant to terms and conditions thereof. ___ *Grant Award of $450,000.00 for 2022-23 School Year carried over to 2023-24 School Year. Additional Grant Award of $270,000.00 for 2023-24 School Year.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1353 1T.-17Grant Award - Teacher Residency Grant - TRE 212 Special Education - Talent/Human Resources DepartmentApplicationAcceptance by the Board of Education of Grant Award No. TRE 212, from the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing, in the amount of $480,000.00*, for the District’s implementation and expansion of the Oakland Teacher Residency’s pathways for Special Education, for the period of August 1, 2023 through June 30, 2024, pursuant to terms and conditions thereof. ___ *Grant Award of $300,000.00 for 2022-23 School Year carried over to 2023-24 School Year. Additional Grant Award of $180,000.00 for 2023-24 School Year.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1355 1T.-18Amendment No. 1, Grant Agreement - Teacher Residency Expansion Grant - Talent/Human Resources DepartmentAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of Amendment No. 1, Grant Agreement by and between the Commission on Teacher Credentialing, Sacramento, CA and District, with the latter accepting Teacher Residency Expansion Grant, Grant Number: 2021TRE19, additional funding, in the amount of $480,000.00, increasing the grant award from $800,000.00 ($200,000.00 annually) to $1,280,000.00 ($320,000.00 annually) to support a collaborative partnership with one or more Commission-approved teacher preparation programs offered by a regionally accredited institution of higher education (IHE) to expand current residency programs, as described in the Project Description, incorporated herein by reference as though fully set forth, for the period of August 1, 2022 to June 30, 2026. All other terms and conditions of the Agreement remain in full force and effect.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-0929 1T.-19Services Agreement - Aim High - Summer Learning Program - Claremont Middle School - Community Schools and Student Services DepartmentAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of a Services Agreement by and between the District and Aim High, San Francisco, CA, for the latter to provide nine hours of daily summer academic support and enrichment to District students who are in need of summer services to counter summer learning loss, and provide related services, perform tasks, as described in Exhibit A of the Agreement, incorporated herein by reference as though fully set forth, for the Summer Learning Program at Claremont Middle School, via the Community Schools and Student Services Department, for the period June 10, 2024 through July 12, 2024, in an amount not to exceed $56,193.60.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-0930 1T.-20Services Agreement - Aim High - Summer Learning Program - Westlake Middle School - Community Schools and Student Services DepartmentAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of a Services Agreement by and between the District and Aim High, San Francisco, CA, for the latter to provide nine hours of daily summer academic support and enrichment to District students who are in need of summer services to counter summer learning loss, and provide related services, perform tasks, as described in Exhibit A of the Agreement, incorporated herein by reference as though fully set forth, for the Summer Learning Program at Westlake Middle School, via the Community Schools and Student Services Department, for the period June 10, 2024 through July 12, 2024, in an amount not to exceed $56,193.60.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-0931 1T.-21Services Agreement - Aim High - Summer Learning Program - Madison Park Upper Campus - Community Schools and Student Services DepartmentAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of a Services Agreement by and between the District and Aim High, San Francisco, CA, for the latter to provide nine hours of daily summer academic support and enrichment to District students who are in need of summer services to counter summer learning loss, and provide related services, perform tasks, as described in Exhibit A of the Agreement, incorporated herein by reference as though fully set forth, for the Summer Learning Program at Madison Park Academy Upper Campus, via the Community Schools and Student Services Department, for the period June 10, 2024 through July 12, 2024, in an amount not to exceed $56,193.60.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-0932 1T.-22Services Agreement - Aim High - Summer Learning Program - Life Academy - Community Schools and Student Services DepartmentAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of a Services Agreement by and between the District and Aim High, San Francisco, CA, for the latter to provide nine hours of daily summer academic support and enrichment to District students who are in need of summer services to counter summer learning loss, and provide related services, perform tasks, as described in Exhibit A of the Agreement, incorporated herein by reference as though fully set forth, for the Summer Learning Program at Life Academy, via the Community Schools and Student Services Department, for the period June 10, 2024 through July 12, 2024, in an amount not to exceed $56,193.60.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1004 1T.-23Services Agreement 2023-2024 - Oakland Public Education Fund - Office of EquityAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of a Services Agreement 2023-2024 by and between the District and Oakland Public Education Fund, Oakland, CA, for the latter to act as Fiscal Agent for Big Picture Learning to provide the Oakland Adult and Career Education (OACE) Department with professional development through immersive workshops, tours and seminars, as described in Exhibit A of the Agreement, incorporated herein by reference as though fully set forth, via Office of Equity, for the period of April 15, 2024 through May 31, 2024, in an amount not to exceed $37,000.00.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1010 1T.-24Services Agreement 2023-2024 - The Teaching Well - Martin Luther King, Jr./Lafayette Elementary SchoolAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of a Services Agreement 2023-2024 by and between the District and The Teaching Well, Oakland, CA, for the latter to conduct two 90-minute sessions of parent workshops focused on giving parents strategies for coping with trauma and stressed students to support their students in learning and achieving their academic goals at for MLK/Lafayette Elementary School, for the period of April 15, 2024 through May 24, 2024, in an amount not to exceed $3,000.00.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1163 1T.-25Services Agreement - Bay Area Girls Rock Camp - Summer Learning Programs - Lincoln Elementary School - Community Schools and Student Services DepartmentAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of a Services Agreement by and between the District and Bay Area Girls Rock Camp, Oakland, CA, for the latter to provide nine hours of daily summer academic support and enrichment to District students who are in need of summer services to counter summer learning loss, and provide related services, perform tasks, as described in Exhibit A of the Agreement, incorporated herein by reference as though fully set forth, for the Summer Learning Program at Lincoln Elementary School, via the Community Schools and Student Services Department, for the period June 10, 2024 through July 12, 2024, in an amount not to exceed $20,767.20.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1209 1T.-26Amendment No. 1, Services Agreement 2023-2024 - Design For Equity LLC - Office of EquityAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of Amendment No. 1, Services Agreement 2023-2024 by and between the District and Design For Equity LLC, Oakland, CA, for the latter to facilitate four (4) collaborative planning sessions with the Elementary Network 4 Superintendent’s team for the Instructional Leadership Team (ILT) Year End retreats; provide tools for ILT teams to review site based data on student achievement, retainment, classroom observations, teacher feedback surveys, parent surveys, and focal student interview data to inform the content of the ILT year-end retreats and provide training for ILT teams to complete Racial Equity Audit of Instructional Practices, for the unchanged term of August 1, 2023 through June 28, 2024, in the additional amount of $39,400.00, increasing the Agreement not to exceed amount from $100,000.00, to $139,400.00. All other terms and conditions of the Agreement remain in full force and effect.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1231 1T.-27Services Agreement - Girls Leading Goals - Summer Learning Programs - Sankofa Elementary School - Community Schools and Student Services DepartmentAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of a Services Agreement by and between the District and Girls Leading Goals, San Francisco, CA, for the latter to provide nine hours of daily summer academic support and enrichment to District students who are in need of summer services to counter summer learning loss, and provide related services, perform tasks, as described in Exhibit A of the Agreement, incorporated herein by reference as though fully set forth, for the Summer Learning Program at Sankofa Elementary School, via the Community Schools and Student Services Department, for the period June 10, 2024 through July 19, 2024, in an amount not to exceed $51,307.20.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1243 1T.-28Amendment No. 1, Services Agreement 2023-2024 - Brandyn Willridge - Castlemont High SchoolAgreement or ContractRatification by the Board of Education of Amendment No. 1, Services Agreement 2023-2024 by and between the District and Brandyn Willridge, San Jose, CA, for the latter to support farm management in the construction of a chicken coop that will contribute to Sustainable Urban Design Academy student learning; teach students the life cycle of animals and other urban agro-ecology concepts such as sustainable food and compost at Castlemont High School, for the period of August 1, 2023 through June 30, 2024, in the additional amount of $3,300.00, increasing the not to exceed amount of the Agreement from $24,000.00, to $27,300.00. All other terms and conditions of the Agreement remain in full force and effect.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1244 2T.-29Amendment No. 1, Services Agreement 2023-2024 - Kristin Loo - Skyline High SchoolAgreement or ContractRatification by the Board of Education of Amendment No. 1, 2023-2024 Services Agreement by and between the District and Kristin Loo, Oakland, CA, for the latter to provide more hours to support students and the development of the student-based enterprise that students in the leadership classes will be able to operate the student store, including promotion, marketing, selling, managing inventory, and ordering products …, in the additional amount of $10,000.00, increasing the not to exceed amount of the Agreement from $40,000.00 to $50,000.00, for the unchanged term of August 7, 2023 through June 30, 2024, at Skyline High School. All other terms and conditions of the Agreement remain in full force and effect.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1252 1T.-30Services Agreement 2023-2024 - GOVCONNECTION, INC. - Dewey AcademyAgreement or ContractRatification by the Board of Education of a Services Agreement 2023-2024 by and between the District and GOVCONNECTION, INC., Rockville, MD, for the latter to provide, view board training to educators that allows teachers to use the boards to their fullest capacity, including interactive displays will provide educators with a platform for engagement between students and teachers, using technology that enhances writing accuracy and facilitates a more seamless student and teacher interaction through real time response with dual pen recognition, as well as the capability to incorporate videos, curriculum, and other interactive materials to stimulate and promote students' creativity at Dewey Academy, for the period of April 22, 2024 through June 30, 2024, in an amount not to exceed $7,000.00.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1256 1T.-31Amendment No. 3, Community-Based Organization Master Contract – Alameda County Health Care Services Agency – Unaccompanied Immigrant Youth - English Language Learner and Multilingual Achievement (ELLMA) DepartmentAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of Amendment No. 3, Community-Based Organization ("CBO") Master Contract (No. 900322) (hereinafter referred to as "Procurement Contract) and Exhibits A-E by and between the District and Alameda County Health Care Services Agency, San Leandro, CA, accepting/adding $20,700.00 to support health and wellness services for Unaccompanied Immigrant Youth for Castlemont High School, Elmhurst United Middle School, Frick United Academy of Language, Madison Park Academy, Oakland High School, United for Success Academy Oakland International High School, Lockwood STEAM Academy, Highland Community School, Roosevelt Middle School Rudsdale Continuation High School, Fremont High School, for the period July 1, 2023 through June 30, 2024. All other terms and conditions of the Agreement remain in full force and effect.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1263 1T.-32Amendment No. 1, Services Agreement 2022-2023 - TutorMe Education – Special Education DepartmentAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of Amendment No. 1, Services Agreement 2022-2023 by and between the District and TutorMe Education, Los Angeles, CA, for the latter to provide additional Individual or small group Supplemental Academic Services and monitoring and sharing of student progress data from the services, in the additional amount of $55,000.00, increasing the not to exceed amount of Agreement from $105,00.00 to $160,000.00, via the Special Education Department, for the period of July 1, 2023 through June 30, 2024. All other terms and conditions of the Agreement remain in full force and effect.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1266 1T.-33Services Agreement – Lindamood-Bell – Special Education DepartmentAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of a Services Agreement by and between the District and Lindamood-Bell, San Luis Obispo, CA, for the latter to provide specialized reading instruction services, which may include assessment, data collection and reporting, and direct reading intervention, via the Special Education Department, for the period of May 1, 2024 through June 30, 2025, in an amount not to exceed $26,400.00.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1273 1T.-34Amendment No. 1, Services Agreement 2023-2024 - The Teaching Well - Network 4Agreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of Amendment No. 1, Services Agreement 2023-2024 by and between the District and The Teaching Well, Oakland, CA, for the latter to provide an additional 18 -180 minute professional development sessions, bi-monthly co-facilitation and coaching for the principals of Network 4 to promote "build leaders" skills and language around self-care, collective care, and work-life balance; participate in helping to plan the principal professional learning (PPL) trainings with the Network 4 COST Team and attend the COST meetings twice a month for three hours, for the unchanged term of September 1, 2023 through June 20, 2024, in the additional amount of $19,380.00, increasing the Agreement not to exceed amount from $12,920.00, to $32,300.00. All other terms and conditions of the Agreement remain in full force and effect.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1274 1T.-35Services Agreement 2023-2024 - The Teaching Well - MLK/Lafayette Elementary SchoolAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of a Services Agreement 2023-2024 by and between the District and The Teaching Well, Oakland, CA, for the latter to provide 2x/monthly Executive Coaching - prorated for 4 sessions and Professional Development Workshops, each as described in Exhibit A of the Agreement, for certificated employees at MLK/Lafayette Elementary School, for the period of April 8, 2024 through May 24, 2024, in an amount not to exceed $6,215.00.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1275 1T.-36Services Agreement 2023-2024 - ConnectEd: The National Center for College and Career - Linked Learning DepartmentAgreement or ContractRatification by the Board of Education of a Services Agreement 2023-2024 by and between the District and ConnectED, Berkeley, CA, for the latter to support the District’s College and Career Readiness Initiative, Year 3, specify three Focal Areas: (1) Prepare Students for Post-Secondary Success; (2) develop Systems of Personalized Supports; (3) Integrate Real World Learning and provide other services as further described in Exhibit A of the Agreement, incorporated herein by reference as though fully set forth, via Linked Learning Department, for the period of January 19, 2024 through June 30, 2024, in an amount not to exceed $45,000.00.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1280 1T.-37Services Agreement 2023-2024 – Jacobson Education Law – Special Education DepartmentAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of a Services Agreement 2023-2024 by and between the District and Jacobson Education Law, Berkeley, CA, for the latter to serve as a mediator for Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) to proactively generate creative solutions to ongoing Special Education disputes or disagreements that were not successfully resolved through the standard Individualized Education Program (IEP) process; actively respond to requests for ADR, liaising with participating families and district personnel; and generate agreements and coordinate next steps for execution with legal administrative support personnel, via the Special Education Department, for the period of July 1, 2024 through June 30, 2025, in an amount not to exceed $98,000.00.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1296 1T.-38Amendment No. 1, Services Agreement 2023-2024 - Oakland Public Education Fund - Community Schools and Student Services DepartmentAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of Amendment No. 1, Services Agreement 2023-2024 by and between the District and Oakland Public Education Fund, Oakland, CA, for the latter to provide stipend checks via mail for all Graduate Level Interns supporting student needs in District schools for the 2023-2024 School Year, for the period of March 01, 2024 through June 30, 2024, in the additional amount of $41,800.00, increasing the not to exceed amount of the Agreement from $121,000.00 to $162,800.00. All other terms and conditions of the Agreement remain in full force and effect.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1298 1T.-39Services Agreement 2023-2024 - WestEd - Community Schools and Student Services DepartmentAgreement or ContractRatification by the Board of Education of a Services Agreement 2023-2024 by and between the District and WestEd, San Francisco, CA, for the latter to provide technical assistance to the District to implement the Children and Youth Behavioral Health Initiative Fee Schedule, including design of training for eligible practitioners, assessment of current and needed infrastructure to implement new billing requirements; conduct a cost and revenue analysis between Medi-Cal Programs to maximize reimbursement and revenue, as described in Exhibit A, incorporated herein by reference as though fully set forth, via Community Schools and Student Services Department, for the period of May 1, 2024 through June 30, 2024, in an amount not to exceed $30,000.00.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1302 1T.-40No Cost Services Agreement - City of Oakland - Department of Violence Prevention - School Violence Intervention Program - Community Schools and Student Services DepartmentAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of a No Cost Services Agreement by and between the District and the City of Oakland, Oakland, CA, delineating the roles and responsibilities of the District, the City of Oakland, and various Community-Based Organizations (CBOs) in the implementation of the School Violence Intervention and Prevention (VIP) Program to support District students impacted by on-campus and community violence, as described in Exhibit A of the Agreement, incorporated herein by reference as though fully set forth, and binding the CBOs to the terms of the Agreement via Exhibit B, incorporated herein by reference as though fully set forth, via the Community Schools and Student Services Department, for the period January 1, 2024 through June 30, 2026, at no cost to the District.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1322 1T.-41Services Agreement – The Oakland Public Education Fund – Special Education DepartmentAgreement or ContractRatification by the Board of Education of a Services Agreement by and between the District and the Oakland Public Education Fund, Oakland, CA, for the latter to provide parent stipends so that the parents can participate in training to become certified as a Family Navigator by the FRN Network; hold parent/caregiver workshops for families of students entering Special Education to orient families to the Individualized Education Program (IEP) process, explain their rights and responsibilities as an educational rights holder for a child with an IEP, and how to address concerns or questions with the IEP team; Support the development of Special Education affinity/disability pride spaces at target OUSD campuses by communicating with families about upcoming events and attending the events; provide support to individual parents/guardians, as assigned, in resolving IEP or site-based concerns through collaborative meetings with site staff or IEP teams; connect families, as necessary, with Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) and assist with the completion of intake forms; Research and understand resources and supports for students with disabilities and their families in the local area beyond Special Education to share with families, for the period of July 1, 2024 through June 30, 2025, via the Special Education Department, in an amount not to exceed $50,000.00.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1324 1T.-422024-2025 - Assurance of Compliance - Significant Disproportionality Compliance for Improvement Monitoring (CIM) for Comprehensive Coordinated Early Intervening Services (CCEIS) - Special Education DepartmentAgreement or ContractAdoption by the Board of Education of the Assurance of Compliance, Significant Disproportionality Compliance and Improvement Monitoring (CIM) for Comprehensive Coordinated Early Intervening Services (CCEIS), Individual with Disabilities Education Act of 2004, Part B. Grant, via the Special Education Department, and authorizing submittal of same to the California Department of Education, for the period of July 1, 2024 through September 30, 2026.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1326 1T.-43Services Agreement – Allison Guilfoil – Special Education DepartmentAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of a Services Agreement by and between the District and Allison Guilfoil, Minneapolis, MN, for the latter to provide: coordination, content development and direct provision of professional learning specific to multisensory literacy instruction in alignment with District goals; training and collaboration with central office staff and Teachers on Special Assignment to ensure foundational understanding of the science of reading across Academic Division Departments; management of Special Education Department’s investments in literacy intervention curriculum and development of and training in a system to monitor implementation and student progress to ensure accountability and desired student growth outcomes; and provision of ‘just-in-time’ teacher, via the Special Education Department, for the period of July 1, 2024 through June 30, 2025, in an amount not to exceed $114,500.00.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1328 1T.-44Services Agreement 2023-2024 - Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir - West Oakland Middle SchoolAgreement or ContractRatification by the Board of Education of a Services Agreement 2023-2024 by and between the District and Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir, Oakland, CA, for the latter to provide musical training, with students learning songs from a variety of genres, and to assist students to perform at several school events and concerts throughout the school at West Oakland Middle School, for the period of March 20, 2024 through May 30, 2024, in an amount not to exceed $5,000.00.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1329 1T.-45Services Agreement 2023-2024 - CORE Districts - High School NetworkAgreement or ContractRatification by the Board of Education of a Services Agreement 2023-2024 by and between the District and CORE Districts, Sacramento, CA, for the latter to work collaboratively with the District to improve the percentage of students leaving ninth grade to be on track for high school graduation at Castlemont, Fremont, McClymonds, Oakland Technical, and Skyline High Schools, with the data monitoring tools, change ideas, and meeting routines that have been proven to show improvement in ninth grade students to be on track, via High School Network, for the period of August 1, 2023 through June 30, 2024, in an amount not to exceed $89,000.00.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1330 1T.-46Services Agreement 2023-2024 - Rogue Compass - Castlemont High SchoolAgreement or ContractRatification by the Board of Education of a Services Agreement 2023-2024 by and between the District and Rogue Compass, Oakland, CA, for the latter to provide the following Sustainable Urban Design Academy (SUDA) Pathway Support: Task #1 - Support with FabLab Projects and Curriculum Design related to sewing and textiles. Contractor will create SUDA curriculum for after school, summer, and in-class maker projects related to sewing, leather, and textiles; Task #2 - Professional Development and Mentorship for Educators Contractor will provide one on one professional development trainings and ongoing mentorship for educators involved in the projects as they unfold; and Task #3 - Set up sewing, leather and textile in Learning lab and makerspace Contractor with the setting up of leather and textiles in the FabLab and after school program space for SUDA students to learn design and manufacturing hands-on skills, for Castlemont High School, for the period of May 20, 2024 through June 30, 2024, in an amount not to exceed $3,500.00.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1331 1T.-47Services Agreement 2023-2024 - Helena Jack - Elmhurst United Middle SchoolAgreement or ContractRatification by the Board of Education of a Services Agreement 2023-2024 by and between the District and Helena Jack, Antioch, CA, for the latter to provide technical support and assistance to build out a multi-faceted music and performing arts program and to provide support to various musical instructors and support staff associated with the Performing Arts Department at Elmhurst United Middle School, for the period of May 1, 2024 through June 30, 2024, in an amount not to exceed $15,000.00.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1337 1T.-48Amendment No. 1, Services Agreement 2023-2024 - High Road Alliance - Linked Learning DepartmentAgreement or ContractRatification by the Board of Education of Amendment No. 1, Services Agreement 2023-2024 by and between the District and High Road Alliance, Berkeley, CA, decreasing the Agreement by $9,944.00, from $26,000.00 to $16,056.00, for the latter’s support of District’s development of competitive grant applications for K12 Strong Workforce Program (SWP), and Golden State Pathways (GSP) funding, as described in Exhibit A of the Agreement, incorporated herein by reference as though fully set forth, via Linked Learning Department, for the period of September 30, 2023 through June 30, 2024. All other terms and conditions of the Agreement remain in full force and effect.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1338 1T.-49Services Agreement 2023-2024 - Families United for Equity - Office of EquityAgreement or ContractRatification by the Board of Education of a Services Agreement 2023-2024 by and between the District and Families United for Equity, San Leandro, CA, for the latter to provide facilitation, presenters and outreach for the Disability Justice Learning Series, specifically, secure and provide stipend for speakers and presenters for four (4) professional learning sessions, four (4) community based Disability Justice educators for four (4) professional learning sessions, two (2) members of the Disability Justice Learning and Action Group (DJLAG) for their logistical and facilitation support for the affinity space, via Office of Equity, for the period of April 1, 2024 through June 28, 2024, in an amount not to exceed $10,000.00.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1339 1T.-50Services Agreement 2023-2024 - Northeastern University - Mills College Campus, Lead by Learning - Coliseum College Preparatory AcademyAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of a Services Agreement 2023-2024 by and between the District and Northeastern University - Mills College Campus, Lead by Learning, Boston, MA, for the latter to provide on-site professional development for pathway teachers, as described in Exhibit A of the Agreement, incorporated herein by reference as though fully set forth, at Coliseum College Preparatory Academy, for the period of January 2, 2024 through June 30, 2024, in an amount not to exceed $14,940.00.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1340 1T.-51Services Agreement 2023-2024 - Cypress Mandela Training Center - High School Linked Learning DepartmentAgreement or ContractRatification by the Board of Education of a Services Agreement 2023-2024 by and between the District and Cypress Mandela Training Center, Oakland, CA, for the latter to provide up to 35 OUSD High School students (at times, “Cohort”), as designated by OUSD, a six (6) week summer Pre-Apprenticeship Program in the construction trades, scheduled for (Wednesday) June 5 through (Friday) July 19, 2024, via the Linked Learning Department, for the period of June 1, 2024 through July 22, 2024, in an amount not to exceed $40,000.00.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1341 1T.-52Services Agreement 2023-2024 - IlluminatED Collective - Office of Post Secondary Readiness (OPSR) Counseling DepartmentAgreement or ContractRatification by the Board of Education of a Services Agreement 2023-2024 by and between the District and IlluminatED Collective, San Diego, CA, for the latter to coach, and provide consultancy to the District’s Senior Leadership Team to inform district wide policies and structures that support equitable master schedules that allow for all students to access linked learning pathways; provide direct coaching to school sites to develop their 2024 and 2025 master schedules; and coach and provide consultancy to the High School Linked Learning Office Master Scheduling Team to develop policy and district infrastructure to ensure equitable and consistent master scheduling practices across all high schools, via OPSR Counseling Department, for the period of February 1, 2024 through June 30, 2024, in an amount not to exceed $10,000.00.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1356 1T.-53No-Cost Services Agreement - Sequoia Foundation - Outdoor Air Quality (OAQ) Monitoring Network - High School Linked Learning OfficeAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of a No-Cost Services Agreement by and between the District and Sequoia Foundation, Berkeley, CA, for the latter to establish an Outdoor Air Quality (OAQ) Monitoring Network across 75 OUSD K-12 school sites, Establish the high school internship program to set up OUSD OAQ air sensor network, Establish a comprehensive toolkit that supports OUSD High School OAQ curricula, each, as described in Exhibit A of the Agreement, incorporated herein by reference as though fully set forth, via the High School Linked Learning Office, for the period of March 15, 2024 through March 31, 2026, at no cost to the District.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1358 1T.-54Donation - City of Oakland - High School Linked Learning OfficeDonationAcceptance by the Board of Education of a Donation to the District from the City of Oakland, to support the Oakland Manufacturing Day Event by sponsoring a bus to transport up to fifty students for the event held on October 24, 2023, via the High School Linked learning Office, in an amount valued at $1,275.00, pursuant to the terms and conditions thereof, if any.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1362 1T.-55Program Agreement - Outward Bound California - Credit Academic Recovery (CAR) - High School Linked Learning OfficeAgreement or ContractRatification by the Board of Education of a Program Agreement [MOU] by and between the District and Outward Bound California, San Francisco, CA, for the latter to engage students with their peers in a structured, intentional setting; students to build self-confidence, compassion and an awareness of their community and beyond to support the Summer Healing and Academics 4 Kids (HacK) 2024 East & West credit recovery programs, Insight Ropes Courses, as described in Agreement, incorporated herein by reference as though fully set forth, to enhance Social Emotional Learning (SEL) focus, for the period of April 12, 2024 through June 30, 2024, in an amount not to exceed $10,700.00.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1365 1T.-56Student Travel - University of Hawaii-Hilo - Pacific Islander IKUNA Crew Club - Skyline High SchoolAgreement or ContractApproval of Board Resolution No. 2324-0036 - Authorization for Approval of Student Travel - by school site Skyline High School for three 9thth-12th grade students to visit the University of Hawaii, Hilo, HI, for the period of July 7, 2024 through July 13, 2024.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1366 1T.-57Grant Agreement - Intrepid Philanthropy Foundation - Cultivating Our Collective Efficacy to Support Future Social Justice Leaders - Oakland Technical High SchoolAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of a Grant Agreement by and between the District and Intrepid Philanthropy Foundation, San Francisco, CA, with former accepting $30,000.00, in Light Awards Program funding for Oakland Technical High School, for the teacher professional development project titled "Cultivating our Collective Efficacy to Support Future Social Justice Leaders" (the "Project"), as described in the proposal submitted for the 2024-2026 grant cycle, incorporated herein by reference as though fully set forth, for the term April 1, 2024 - June 1, 2026.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1367 1T.-58Grant Agreement - Intrepid Philanthropy Foundation - Cultivating Conversation: Increasing Student Talk in the Classroom - Madison Park Academy-Upper CampusAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of a Grant Agreement by and between the District and Intrepid Philanthropy Foundation, San Francisco, CA, with former accepting $30,000.00, in Light Awards Program, funding for Madison Park Academy - Upper, for the teacher professional development project titled " Cultivating Conversation: Increasing Student Talk in the Classroom" (the "Project"), as described in the proposal submitted for the 2024-2026 grant cycle, incorporated herein by reference as though fully set forth, for the term April 1, 2024 - June 1, 2026.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1368 1T.-59Services Agreement 2023-2024 - National College Resources Foundation (NCRF) - High School Linked Learning DepartmentAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of a Services Agreement 2023-2024 by and between the District and the National College Resources Foundation (NCRF), Diamond Bar, CA, for the latter, in partnership with the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) and the Oakland Promise (OP), to bring at least 20 Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) to OUSD to host two college fairs: HBCU Caravan and HBCU Expo, where students will be introduced to HBCU representatives and if students qualify, will be offered on the spot scholarship opportunities and on the spot college admissions; host in partnership with OUSD, NAACP and the OP, the HBCU Awards Ceremony, via the High School Linked Learning Department, for the period of November 1, 2023 through February 17, 2024, in an amount not to exceed $15,000.00.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1369 1T.-60Grant Award – California Department of Education – CSPP – 3021 Amendment – California State Preschool Program – Early Childhood EducationApplicationAdoption by the Board of Education of Resolution No. 2324-0227 - Approving Amendment No. 2, Contract No. CSPP-3021, California State Preschool Program, accepting grant award increase for the California State Preschool Program, operated by the Early Childhood Education, Department, in the additional amount of $752,323.00, increasing the amount from $25,590,700.00 to $26,343,023.00, for the period of July 1, 2023 through June 30, 2024, pursuant to term and conditions thereof, if any.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1370 1T.-61Grant Award - California Department of Education - Middle College and Early College Grant - High School Network, Alternative EducationApplicationAcceptance by the Board of Education of a Middle College and Early College Grant Award from the California Department of Education, Number: 2023-25665-61259-MO, in the amount of $250,000.00, for the purpose described in the attachment, for the period of July 1, 2023 through June 30, 2027, pursuant to the terms and conditions thereof, if any.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1384 1T.-62Services Agreement 2023-2024 - Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir - Claremont Middle SchoolAgreement or ContractRatification by the Board of Education of a Services Agreement 2023-2024 by and between the District and Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir (OIGC), Oakland, CA, for the latter to provide, support the implementation and evaluation of a choral music program, as described in the Scope of Work of the Agreement, incorporated herein by reference as though fully set forth, at Claremont Middle School, for the period of August 7, 2023 through May 23, 2024, in an amount not to exceed $14,000.00.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1360 1T.-63Amendment No. 2, Claims Adjusting and Administration Service Contract - George Hills Company, Inc. - Interim General CounselAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of Amendment No. 2, Claims Adjusting and Administration Service Contract, Subrogation Agreement, and Data Sharing Agreement by and between the District ("District") and George Hills Company, Inc. ("George Hills"), for the latter to provide “these additional tracking services - Senate Bill 533 monitoring of incident Reports and sending of reminders to Administrators” at no additional cost; and extending term of Contract from June 1, 2022 through June 30, 2024, to June 30, 2025. All other terms and conditions of the Contract remain in full force and effect (which includes for the extended one-year term the applicable 3% annual escalator to the current 2023-2024 fiscal year cost of $370,000. Section 3 of Contract).Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1550 1T.-64Measure G1 Funding Allocation - Measure G1 - Districtwide Teacher Retention and Middle School Improvement Act Oversight CommissionResolutionAdoption by the Board of Education of Resolution No. 2324-0256 Measure G1 - Districtwide Teacher Retention and Middle School Improvement Act Oversight Commission Recommendation Approving 2024-2025 G1 Application for Named Schools.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1381 1T.-65Minutes - Board of Education - Regular Meeting – May 22, 2024Minutes, Board of EducationRatification by the Board of Education of its Regular Meeting Minutes of May 22, 2024, prepared by Staff shortly after said Meeting.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1006 1U.-1Purchase Agreement – Johnson Controls Fire Protection, LP – Roosevelt Middle School Modernization Project - Division of Facilities Planning and ManagementAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of a Purchase Agreement by and between the District and Johnson Controls Fire Protection, LP, Livermore, CA, for the latter to provide fire alarm materials, listed in Exhibit A of the Agreement, incorporated herein by reference, required for the Roosevelt Middle School Modernization Project, Modular Science Building, in an amount not to exceed $37,670.00, for the term commencing June 6, 2024, with materials delivery no later than, and ending July 11, 2024.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1157 1U.-2Agreement for Inspector of Record Services for Construction – The KDI Group, Inc. – Urban Promise Re-roofing Project– Division of Facilities Planning and ManagementAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of Agreement for Inspector of Record Services for Construction by and between the District and The KDI Group, Inc., Oakland, CA, for the latter to provide Inspector of Record Services for the oversight of The Urban Promise Re-Roofing Project in the not-to-exceed amount of $5,500.00, which includes a not-to-exceed amount of $700.00 for Additional Services, with the work scheduled to commence on June 6, 2024, and schedule to last until August 31, 2024.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1257 1U.-3Agreement Between Owner and Contractor – Deco Tech Systems, Inc. – Bret Harte Middle School Security Improvement Project – Division of Facilities Planning and ManagementAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of Agreement Between Owner and Contractor by and between the District and Deco Tech Systems Inc., Walnut Creek, CA., for the latter to provide installation of approximately 18 new Mini-dome cameras, I new multi-sensor camera, and replacement of 33 cameras and addition of 6 attic stocks, for the Bert Harte Middle School Security Improvement Project, in an amount not to exceed $164,000.00, which includes a general contingency allowance of $13,000.00, with the work anticipated to commence on June 6, 2024, and required to be completed within ninety (90) days, with an anticipated ending date of September 4, 2024.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1259 1U.-4Agreement Between Owner and Contractor – Deco Tech Systems, Inc. – Elmhurst Middle School Security Improvement Project – Division of Facilities Planning and ManagementAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of Agreement Between Owner and Contractor by and between the District and Deco Tech Systems Inc., Walnut Creek, CA., for the latter to provide installation of 24 new Mini-dome cameras, four new multi-sensor cameras, two new panoramic cameras and replacing two existing cameras, perform each and every task in the Bid, incorporated herein by reference as though fully set forth, for the Elmhurst Middle School Security Improvement Project, in an amount not to exceed of $164,000.00, which includes a general contingency allowance of $16,000.00, with the work anticipated to commence on June 6, 2024, and required to be completed within ninety (90) days, with an anticipated ending date of September 4, 2024.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1260 1U.-5Agreement Between Owner and Contractor – D-Line Constructors, Inc. – East Oakland Pride Elementary School Site Improvements Project – Division of Facilities Planning and ManagementAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of Award of Bid, rejection of all other Bids, if any, and approval of Agreement Between Owner and Contractor by and between the District and D-Line Constructors, Inc., Oakland, CA., for the latter to provide demolition services for improvement and upgrading of the parking lot, storage portable, new play elements, enhancement of the yard, and each and all tasks, specified in the Bid Form and Addendum 1,incorporated herein by reference as though fully set forth, for the East Oakland Pride Elementary School Improvements Project, in an amount not to exceed $4,693,000.00, which includes a general contingency allowance of $500,000.00, with the work anticipated to commence on June 6, 2024, and required to be completed within sixty (60) days, with an anticipated ending date of August 5, 2024.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1265 1U.-6Purchase Agreement – Brightly Software, Inc. formerly Dude Solutions – District-wide Various Sites Utility O&M Sustainability Project – Division of Facilities Planning and ManagementAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of a Purchase Agreement by and between the District and Brightly Software, Inc., formerly Dude Solutions, Carly, NC., for the latter to purchase and deliver items of equipment, materials, supplies and perform work for the District-wide Various Sites Utility O&M Sustainability Project, described in the August 29, 2023 invoice attached to this Agreement as Exhibit A, in the not to exceed amount of $27,614.43, commencing June 6, 2024 and concluding June 30, 2024, the Delivery date.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1270 1U.-7Agreement Between Owner and Contractor – Stronger Building Services – Urban Promise Academy Portable Relocation Project – Division of Facilities Planning and ManagementAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of Award of Bid, rejection of all other Bids, if any, and approval of Agreement Between Owner and Contractor by and between the District and Stronger Building Services, Berkeley, CA, for the latter to provide a roof replacement including new fascia, gutter, RWL and connection to storm sewage of existing building and new storm sewage connection to new exterior drains, with water testing required, and/or as stated in the Bid, for the Urban Promise Academy Re-Roofing Project, in the total amount of $1,275,000.00, which includes a contingency allowance of $85,000.00, with the work anticipated to commence on June 6, 2024, and required to be completed within sixty days (60), with an anticipated ending of August 5, 2024.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1376 1V.-1President's ReportPresident's ReportPresident’s Report - June 5, 2024.Presentation/Acknowledgment Made  Action details Video Video
24-1383 1W.-1Regular Board Member's Report – June 5, 2024Regular Board Members ReportRegular Board Member's Report - June 5, 2024.Presentation/Acknowledgment Made  Action details Video Video