Meeting Name: Board of Education Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 6/12/2024 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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24-1440 1C1.-1Public Comment On Closed Session ItemsBoard, Public Comment - Closed Session ItemsPublic Comment On Closed Session Items - June 12, 2024.No Comments  Action details Video Video
24-1439 1L.-1Superintendent's Report – June 12, 2024Superintendent's ReportSuperintendent's Report - June 12, 2024: · School Highlights · Visual Performance Update · Attendance UpdatePresentation Made; Discussed  Action details Video Video
24-1443 1M.-1Comments By Collective Bargaining Units – June 12, 2024Board, Public Comment - Collective Bargaining UnitsComments By Collective Bargaining Units - June 12, 2024.No Comments  Action details Video Video
24-1653 1N.-12024-2027 Local Control and Accountability Plan, Year 1 (2024-25) - Chief Academic OfficerAppropriationAdoption by the Board of Education of the District’s 2024-2025 School Year - Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) in the projected amount of $326,904,615.00 in LCAP Funds, of which $115,061,265.00 is projected Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) Supplemental & Concentration Allocation Funds.Hearing Held and Closed  Action details Video Video
24-1415 3N.-22024-2025 Fiscal Year - District Budget - All FundsAppropriationAdoption by the Board of Education on the District’s 2024-2025 Fiscal (School) Year Budget - $993.8*million: the Unrestricted General Fund is currently projected to expend $578.9 million and the Restricted General Fund is currently projected to expend $414.9 million, with the noted caveats of edits in progress. ---- *The District will continue to complete the final review, reconciliation, and preparation of all required reports to include any amendments to the budget as a result of the Public Hearing.Hearing Held and Closed  Action details Video Video
24-1441 1O.-1Public Comment On All Non-Agenda Items Within the Subject Matter Jurisdiction of the District – June 12, 2024Board, Public Comment - Non-Agenda ItemsPublic Comment On All Non-Agenda Items Within the Subject Matter Jurisdiction of the District - June 12, 2024.Presentation/Acknowledgment Made  Action details Video Video
24-1411 1R.-1Application for Provisional Internship Permit – California Commission on Teacher Credentialing – Named Employees for School Year 2024-2025ResolutionApproval by the Board of Education of Resolution No. 2324-0185 - Application for Provisional Internship Permit - California Commission on Teacher Credentialing - Named Employees for School Year 2024-2025: 1. Yilda Ahilon Chales, K - 5th Grade Multiple Subject Teacher, Esperanza Elementary School; 2. Carmen Roman, TK - 12th Grade Social Science Teacher, Academics Innovations; 3. Mia Widjaja, 6th - 8th Grade Social Science Teacher, Elmhurst Middle School; 4. Stevelan Harper, K - 5th Grade Multiple Subject Teacher, Oakland Academy of Knowledge; 5. Theresa Goodwin, 9th - 12th Grade Physical Education Teacher, Castlemont High School; 6. Ericka Hamm, K - 5th Grade Social Science Teacher, Reach Academy Elementary School; 7. Tadese Haile, 9th - 12th Grade Social Science Teacher, Fremont High School; 8. Jason Gilbertson, 6th - 8th Grade Mild to Moderate Support Needs SDC Teacher, Claremont Middle School; 9. Navjeet Banga, 9th - 12th Grade Extensive Support Needs SDC Teacher, Skyline High School; 10. Jenny Gamba Guacheta, K - 5th Grade Bilingual Multiple Subject Teacher, Melrose Academy Elementary School; 11. Milton Williams, K - 5th Grade Multiple Subject Teacher, Cleveland Elementary School; 12. Jeremiah Cruz, K - 5th Grade Multiple Subject Teacher, Fruitvale Elementary School; 13. Isaiah Jakab, K - 5th Grade Multiple Subject Teacher, Melrose Academy Elementary School; 14. Natalie Blundo, K - 5th Grade Multiple Subject Teacher, La Escuelita Elementary School; 15. Anisha Dickey, K - 5th Grade Multiple Subject Teacher, Markham Elementary School; 16. Jazmin Richardson, 6th - 8th Grade ELA Teacher, Edna Brewer Middle School; 17. Whitney Ligons, 6th - 8th Grade PE Teacher, Montera Middle School; 18. Marcella Sadlowski, K - 5th Grade Multiple Subject Teacher, Melrose Academy Elementary School; 19. Avon Manning, K - 5th Grade Multiple Subject Teacher, Highland Community Elementary School; 20. Juan Nunez, 9th - 12th Grade Social Science Teacher, MetWest High School; 21. Jordan Barram, 6th - 8th Grade Art Teacher, Greenleaf Middle School; 22. Damen Hauswald, 9th - 12th Grade SDC Mild to Moderate Support Needs Teacher, Oakland Tech High School; 23. Meredyth Floyd, 9th - 12th Grade Social Science Teacher, Fremont High School; 24. Brandy Ruedas, 9th - 12th Grade SDC Mild to Moderate Support Needs Teacher, Oakland Tech High School; 25. Juliane Min, 9th - 12th Grade Math Teacher, Oakland International High School; 26. Martha Espinoza Gonzalez, 9th - 12th Grade Extensive Support Needs SDC Teacher, Oakland High School; 27. Merin Mathew, 6th - 8th Grade SDC Mild to Moderate Support Needs Teacher, Frick Academy; 28. Fate Hagood, K - 5th Grade Multiple Subject Teacher, Sankofa Elementary School; 29. Mario Sanabria, K - 5th Grade PE Teacher, Melrose Academy Elementary School; 30. Kelsie Niemetz, K - 5th Grade Extensive Support Needs SDC Teacher, Prescott Elementary School; 31. Kimberly Champion, K - 5th Grade SDC Mild to Moderate Support Needs Teacher, Kaiser Elementary School; 32. Erinanne Warman, SDC Mild to Moderate Support Needs Early Childhood Development Teacher, Emerson Childhood Development Center; 33. Merhawi Zerom, 9th - 12th Grade Math Teacher, Fremont High School; 34. Kathleen Kirkeby, K - 5th Grade Mild to Moderate Support Needs SDC Teacher, Bella Vista Elementary School; and 35. Helen Ghebreyesus, K - 5th Grade Social Science Teacher, Think College Now Elementary School.AdoptedPass Action details Video Video
24-1421 2R.-2Application for Variable Term Program Waiver - CBEST and BCLAD – California Commission on Teacher Credentialing – Named Employees for School Year 2024-2025ResolutionAdoption by the Board of Education of Resolution No. 2324-0186 - Application for Variable Term Program Waiver - CBEST and BCLAD - California Commission on Teacher Credentialing - Named Employees for School Year 2024-2025: 1. Enrique Sanabria, K - 5th Grade Physical Education Teacher, Markham Elementary School; 2. Soraya Berry, K - 5th Grade Extensive Support Needs Teacher, Bridges Academy Elementary School; 3. Jalen Jackson, K - 5th Grade Multiple Subject Teacher, Reach Academy Elementary School; 4. Dante March, 9th - 12th Grade PE Teacher, McClymonds High School 5. Naaliyah Gayton, K - 5th Grade Multiple Subject Teacher, Highland Community Elementary School; 6. Rodney Jackson, K - 5th Grade Multiple Subject Teacher, Chabot Elementary School; 7. Racquel Payton, K - 5th Grade Multiple Subject Teacher, Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary School; 8. Demareyeh Lane, 9 - 12th Garde Special Education Mild to Moderate teacher, Fremont High School; 9. Alex Harris, Extensive Support Needs SDC Teacher, Young Adults Program; 10. Silas Mathuku, 6th - 8th Grade Chemistry Teacher, Bret Harte Middle School; 11. Elaine Barfield, K - 5th Grade Multiple Subject Teacher, Markham Elementary School; 12. Annabel Smith, K - 5th Grade Multiple Subject Teacher, Highland Community Elementary School; 13. Nathaniel Osborne, 9th - 12th Extensive Support Needs Teacher, Castlemont High School; 14. Savannah Gamble, TK - 5th Grade Teacher, Reach Academy Elementary School; 15. Jennifer Wolpert, 9th - 12th Grade Art Teacher, Oakland High School; 16. Eryn Swarn, 6th - 8th Grade English Teacher, Elmhurst United Middle School; 17. Nelson Torres-Hernandez, K - 5th Grade Multiple Subject Teacher, Think College Now Elementary School; 18. Shmarafrantcheska Mitchell, K - 5th Grade Extensive Support Needs Teacher, Burkhalter Elementary School; 19. Taylor Coleman, K - 5th Grade Multiple Subject Teacher, Manzanita Community Elementary School; 20. Carlton Walton, Teacher on Special Assignment, 10 Months, Programs for Exceptional Children; 21. Miguel Birruete, K - 5th Grade PE Teacher, Esperanza Elementary School; 22. Jessica Araiza, 9th - 12th Grade World Languages ELD Teacher, Skyline High School; 23. Yilda Ahilon Chales, K - 5th Grade Bilingual Multiple Subject Spanish Teacher, Esperanza Elementary School; 24. Jenny Gamba Guacheta, K - 5th Grade Bilingual Teacher, Melrose Academy Elementary School; 25. Elizabeth Valdes, TK - 5th Grade Bilingual Teacher, Global Family Elementary School; 26. Jordi Alas-Brun, K - 5th Bilingual Teacher, Greenleaf Elementary School; 27. Maria Huerta, TK - 5th Grade Bilingual Kindergarten Teacher, Melrose Leadership Academy; 28. Cynthia Navarro Rivera, K - 5th Grade Bilingual Teacher, Global Family Elementary School; 29. Jeiny Ramirez Landaverde, 1st Grade Bilingual Teacher, Esperanza Elementary School; 30. Jorge Marquez, K - 5th Grade Bilingual Teacher, Greenleaf Elementary School; 31. Johanna Estrella, 6th - 8th Grade Bilingual Teacher, Melrose Leadership Academy; 32. Norma Pablo Calmo, Social Science Teacher, Fremont High School; 33. Sabrina Branco, 6th - 8th Grade Business Teacher, Roosevelt Middle School; 34. Tyler Newell, 9th - 12th Grade Special Mild/Moderate Support Needs Teacher, Fremont High School; 35. Nicholas Soenyun, K - 5th Grade Music Teacher, Laurel Elementary School; 36. Angelita Williams, K - 5th Grade Multiple Subject Teacher, Carl B. Munck Elementary School; 37. Ryland Henke, K - 5th Grade Multiple Subject Teacher, Glenview Elementary School; 38. Mohammed El Faith Dadci, K - 5th Grade PE Teacher, Madison Park Elementary School; 39. Elenora Clark, 6th - 8th English Teacher, Claremont Middle School; 40. Nicoya Hudson, K - 5th Grade Bilingual Spanish Teacher, Melrose Academy Elementary School; 41. Johanna Estrella, 6th - 8th Grade Bilingual Teacher, Melrose Leadership Academy, 42. Riyad Murshed, Early Childhood Special Education Mild to Moderate Support Needs, Burbank ECE School; 43. Christina Allen, 9th - 12th Grade Mild to Moderate Support Needs SDC Teacher, Coliseum College Preparation Academy High School; 44. Bryce Campbell, TK - 5th Grade Social Science Teacher, Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary School; 45. Travis Beecher, 6th - 8th Grade Mild to Moderate Support Needs SDC Teacher, Melrose Academy Middle School; 46. Curtavia Gill, 6th - 8th Grade English Teacher, Westlake Middle School; 47. Asia Strayhorne, K - 5th Grade Multiple Subject Teacher, Acorn Woodland Elementary School; and 48. Aynealem Berhe, 9th - 12th Grade Math Teacher, Castlemont High School.AdoptedPass Action details Video Video
24-1414 1T.-1Second Amendment, General Services Agreement - Waste Management of Alameda County, Inc. - Chief Systems and Services OfficerAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of Second Amendment (2 of 2 one year options), General Services Agreement by and between the District and Waste Management of Alameda County, Inc., Oakland, CA, for the latter to provide continued removal of waste, compost, and recycling services for the District’s Custodial & Grounds Project, in an additional amount of $3,650,000.00 (2024-2025), increasing the Agreement’s not-to-exceed amount for basic services from $13,400,000.00 to $17,050,000.00 ((2020-2025), and extending the term of the Agreement from July 1, 2020, through June 30, 2024 to June 30, 2025 (an additional 365 days). All other terms and condition of the Agreement remain in full force and effect.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1387 1T.-2Agreement Between Owner and Contractor - Next Generation Builders - Bridges Academy Site Improvement Project - Division of Facilities Planning and ManagementMotionApproval by the Board of Education of Agreement Between Owner and Contractor by and between the District and Next Generation of Builders (NGB), Inc., Santa Rosa, CA, for the latter to demolish the existing play structures, play matting and planter boxes and install new play matting and a nature exploration area for the Bridges Academy Site Improvement Project, in the not to exceed amount of $153,533.00, which includes a general contingency allowance of $10,000.00, with the work anticipated to commence on June 13, 2024, and required to be completed within sixty-nine days (69), with an anticipated ending date of August 21, 2024.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1407 1T.-3Personnel Report No. 2324-0010 - Talent/Human Resources DepartmentPersonnel ReportApproval by the Board of Education of Personnel Report No. 2324-0010 - Talent/Human Resources Department.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1409 1T.-4Services Agreement 2024-2026 - Brazen Technologies - Talent/Human Resources DepartmentAgreement or ContractRatification by the Board of Education of a Services Agreement by and between the District and Brazen Technologies, McLean, VA, for the latter to provide its browser-based chat software offering a subscription to the Software as a Service (SaaS) platform that powers online recruiting events and chats for employers and prospective employees, for the period of April 1, 2024 through March 31, 2026, in an amount not to exceed $39,752.00, via the Talent/Human Resources Department.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1406 1T.-5Services Agreement - STEMSoul Teach, LLC - Summer Learning Programs - Community Schools and Student Services DepartmentAgreement or ContractRatification by the Board of Education of a Services Agreement by and between the District and STEMSoul Teach, LLC, Los Angeles, CA, for the latter to facilitate five training sessions for summer instructors during Summer Ready Week, with topics including “Inspiring Science Identity in the Outside-of-School Space: Hydroponics" where participants will work in small groups to design a basic hydroponic system to grow lettuce and herbs as well as "Inspiring Science Identity in the Outside-of-School Space: Ocean in a Bottle" where participants will work in small groups to create a Social-Emotional Learning tool for student engagement, via the Community Schools and Student Services Department, for the period May 28, 2024 through June 1, 2024, in an amount not to exceed $4,000.00.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1410 1T.-6Grant Agreement - Warriors Community Foundation - The Town Reading and Math Warriors - Academics and Instruction DepartmentAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of a Grant Agreement by and between the District and the Warriors Community Foundation, with the former accepting $150,000.00, to support the general operations of the Town Reading and Math Warriors Program for elementary literacy, via the Academics and Instruction Department, for the period of November 15, 2023 through June 30, 2024, pursuant to the terms and conditions thereof, if any.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1417 1T.-7Cost Reimbursement Subaward - California State University East Bay Foundation, Inc. - California Regional K-16 Education Collaboratives Grant Program - High School Linked Learning OfficeAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of a Cost Reimbursement Subaward by and between the District and the California State University East Bay Foundation, Inc., Hayward, CA, the Fiscal Agent, for the California Regional K-16 Education Collaboratives Grant Program, with the former accepting $30,000.00, for the budget (action) period of January 1, 2024 through June 30, 2024, with an Incrementally Estimated Total of $110,000,00, for the estimated performance period of January 1, 2024 through June 30, 2026, for transforming the student experience in three priority pathway sectors: Education, Engineering/Computing, and Healthcare/Biotechnology, pursuant to the terms and conditions thereof, via the High School Linked Learning Office.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1418 1T.-8No Cost Services Agreement - Hoot Reading - Academics and Instruction DepartmentAgreement or ContractRatification by the Board of Education of a No Cost Services Agreement by and between the District and Hoot Reading, Inc., Winnipeg, MB, Canada, an online tutoring service, for the latter to provide 1:1 evidence-based literacy instruction with qualified teachers, at scale, for ten (10) District schools, for the term August 1, 2024 through June 30, 2025, at no cost to the District, via the Academics and Instruction Department.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1419 1T.-9No Cost Services Agreement - OpenLiteracy - Academics and Instruction DepartmentAgreement or ContractRatification by the Board of Education of a No Cost Services Agreement by and between the District and OpenLiteracy, Pittsburgh, PA, for the latter to provide remote 1:1 high dosage literacy tutoring as Tier III intervention for up to 490 students by certified teaches with classroom teaching experience at 10 schools: Pride, Garfield, Global Family, Emerson, Think College Now, Cleveland, Oakland, Allendale, Fruitvale, and Bridges, for the period of August 1, 2024 through May 30, 2025, at no cost to the District, via the Academics and Instruction Department.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1420 1T.-10No Cost Services Agreement - Ignite Reading - Academics and Instruction DepartmentAgreement or ContractRatification by the Board of Education of a No Cost Services Agreement by and between the District and Ignite Reading, San Francisco, CA, for the latter to remotely provide 1:1 high dosage literacy tutoring at 10 schools: Martin Luther King Jr., Laurel, Korematsu, Esperanza, Prescott, Bella Vista, Burkhalter, La Escuelita, Lockwood STEAM Academy, and Highland, for the period of August 1, 2024 through June 30, 2025, at no cost to the District, via the Academics and Instruction Department.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1665 1T.-11Oakland Unified School District - Position On Named State Legislative Bills - As of June 12, 2024 - Board of EducationMotionAdoption by the Board of Education of District's Position, as stated, on the proposed State Legislative Bills - Assembly and Senate - named herein, as of June 12, 2024: Student Health and Safety AB 2583 (Berman) School zones and walk zones. Recommended Position: Support Summary: The Planning and Zoning Law requires the legislative body of a city or county to adopt a comprehensive general plan that includes various elements, including a circulation element to plan for transportation routes. This bill would require, upon any substantive revision of the circulation element on or after January 1, 2025, the legislative body of a city or county, to identify and establish school walk zones for all schools located within the scope of the general plan. Student Achievement SB 333 (Cortese) Homeless pupils: California Success, Opportunity, and Academic Resilience (SOAR) Guaranteed Income Program. Recommended Position: Support Summary: Would, subject to an appropriation by the Legislature for this purpose, require the State Department of Social Services to establish the California Success, Opportunity, and Academic Resilience (SOAR) Guaranteed Income Program. The program would award public school pupils who are in grade 12 and are homeless children or youths, as defined, a guaranteed income of $1,000 each month for 4 months from May 1, 2025, to August 1, 2025, inclusive, as provided. The bill would establish the California SOAR Guaranteed Income Fund as the initial depository of all moneys appropriated, donated, or otherwise received for the program, and upon appropriation by the Legislature, would provide moneys in the fund to counties that opt in to the program for distribution to eligible participants. AB 3089 (Jones-Sawyer) Chattel slavery: formal apology. Recommended Position: Support Summary: This bill would provide that the State of California recognizes and accepts responsibility for all of the harms and atrocities committed by the state, its representatives thereof, and entities under its jurisdiction who promoted, facilitated, enforced, and permitted the institution of chattel slavery and the enduring legacy of ongoing badges and incidents from which the systemic structures of discrimination have come to exist Educator Workforce AB 238 (Muratsuchi) California Student Teacher Support Grant Program. Recommended Position: Support Summary: Would express the intent of the Legislature, to improve teacher retention and recruitment in California’s public school system, to create a grant program to compensate student teachers to help alleviate financial stress at an important time in the teacher preparation process. The bill would, contingent upon an appropriation of one-time funding by the Legislature, establish the California Student Teacher Support Grant Program, under the administration of the Commission on Teacher Credentialing, to award grants of an unspecified amount to teaching credential candidates to compensate the candidates while they perform the required student teaching. The bill would require stipends for each student teacher to be equal to the daily substitute teacher rate for the applicant local educational agency, as defined. In administering the California Student Teacher Support Grant Program, the bill would require the commission to issue a request for applications to all local educational agencies in the state in order to solicit applications for funding. The bill would require the commission to adopt criteria for the selection of local educational agencies to participate in the California Student Teacher Support Grant Program, including that the applicant local educational agency requires participating teaching credential candidates to pass a criminal background check before participating in the program and commit to accomplishing certain criteria, including completing their 600 hours of clinical practice that is required as part of the participant’s teacher preparation program, as provided. The bill would require the commission to annually report to the education and policy committees of both houses of the Legislature certain information regarding the California Student Teacher Support Grant Program, as provided. Facilities AB 247 (Muratsuchi) Education finance: school facilities: Transitional Kindergarten Through Community College Public Education Facilities Bond Act of 2024. Recommended Position: Support Summary: Would set forth the Transitional Kindergarten Through Community College Public Education Facilities Bond Act of 2024 as a state general obligation bond act that would provide $14,000,000,000 to construct and modernize education facilities, as specified. This bond act would become operative only if approved by the voters at an unspecified 2024 statewide election. The bill would also provide for the submission of the bond act to the voters at that election.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-0998 1T.-12Amendment No. 1, Memorandum of Understanding and Engagement Policy - Liebert Cassidy Whitmore Law Firm - Legal DepartmentAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of Amendment No. 1, Memorandum of Understanding and Engagement Policy (“MOUEP”) and Data Sharing Agreement by and between District and Liebert Cassidy Whitmore Law Firm, for the latter to provide more of the same services to the District in the areas of defense of Government Code claims and civil litigation; general legal advice and counsel as requested by the Legal Department on an as needed basis, in an additional amount of $130,000.00, increasing the not to exceed amount of the Agreement from $85,000.00 to $215,000.00 per fiscal year, with increased rates effective July 1, 2024; and extending the term of the Agreements from October 1, 2022 through June 30, 2024, to June 30, 2025. All other terms and conditions of the MOUEP remain in full force and effect.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-0749 2T.-13Measures N and H – College and Career Readiness Commission - Dewey Academy - 2022-2023 Education Improvement Plan/Budget ModificationAppropriationAdoption by the Board of Education, upon recommendation by the Measures N and H Commission, of a 2022-2023 Education Improvement Plan/Budget modification for Dewey Academy reducing $5,000.00 Furniture: Medical furniture for the Health pathway to replicate Health CTE Standard exam rooms by $5,000.00 to $0 and creating a new expenditure, Consultant Contracts: Contract with Oakland Public Ed Fund to facilitate and payout the Exploring College, Career & Community Options (ECCCO) Summer Student Internship Stipends; Student in Action, through June 30, 2024 in the amount of $5,000, as stated in the justification section of the New or Revised Strategic Action Section of the Budget Modification FormAdopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-0750 2T.-14Measures N and H – College and Career Readiness Commission - Fremont High School - 2022-2023 Education Improvement Plan/Budget ModificationMotionAdoption by the Board of Education, upon recommendation by the Measures N and H Commission, of a 2022-2023 Education Improvement Plan/Budget modification for Fremont High School reducing $34,500 Consultant Contracts: Contract Bay Area Community Resources (BACR) to process and pay-out the Student Internship Stipends for participating in the Work-Based Learning (WBL) career preparation and training experiences through June 30, 2024 by $34,500.00 to $0, and creating a new expenditure in the amount of $34,500.00 Consultant Contracts: Contract with Oakland Public Education Fund to process and payout the Student Internship Stipends for participating in the Work-Based Learning (WBL) career preparation training experiences, through June 30, 2024, as stated in the justification section of the New or Revised Strategic Action Section of the Budget Modification FormAdopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-0751 2T.-15Measures N and H – College and Career Readiness Commission – High School Linked Learning Office (HSLLO ) - 2022-2023 Education Improvement Plan/Budget ModificationMotionAdoption by the Board of Education, upon recommendation by the Measures N and H Commission, of a 2022-2023 Education Improvement Plan/Budget modification for High School Linked Learning Office (HSLLO) reducing $9,000.00 Supplies and Materials by $3,000.00 to $6,000.00, and creating a new expenditure of $3,000 for Printing/Copy Services, as stated in the justification section of the New or Revised Strategic Action Section of the Budget Modification Form.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-0752 2T.-16Measures N and H - College and Career Readiness Commission - Madison Park Academy - 2022-2023 Education Improvement Plan/Budget ModificationMotionAdoption by the Board of Education, upon recommendation by the Measures N and H Commission, of a 2022-2023 Education Improvement Plan/Budget modification for Madison Park Academy reducing $7000.00 Meeting Refreshment: For a series of Media Academy and college and career readiness events for family engagement and pathway knowledge sharing by $6,000 to $1000.00 and modifying an existing expenditure of $2,005.00 for Equipment: to purchase equipment for projects for our Media Academy pathway by $6,000.00 totaling $8,005.00, as stated in the justification section of the New or Revised Strategic Action Section of the Budget Modification Form.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-0753 2T.-17Measures N and H - College and Career Readiness Commission - Oakland High School - 2022-2023 Education Improvement Plan/Budget ModificationMotionAdoption by the Board of Education, upon recommendation by the Measures N and H Commission, of a 2022-2023 Education Improvement Plan/Budget modification for Oakland High School reducing $9,633.36 Teacher Salaries Stipends: Extended Contracts for 5 Teachers to participate in the ECCCO (Exploring College, Career and Community Options) Summer Program through June 30, 2024 by $9,633.36 to $0, and creating a new expenditure of $9,633.36 for Strategic Carryover for Fiscal year 2024-2025, as stated in the justification section of the New or Revised Strategic Action Section of the Budget Modification Form.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-0754 2T.-18Measures N and H - College and Career Readiness Commission - Oakland High School - 2022-2023 Education Improvement Plan/Budget ModificationMotionAdoption by the Board of Education, upon recommendation by the Measures N and H Commission, of a 2022-2023 Education Improvement Plan/Budget modification for Oakland High School reducing $6,000.00 Consultant Contract with the Oakland Public Ed Fund to facilitate and pay-out the Exploring College, Career and Community Options (ECCCO) 2024 Summer Internship stipends for the VAAMP pathway students, through June 30, 2024 by $595.00 to $5,405.00, and creating a new expenditure of $595.00 Consultant Contract with Civic Productions, as stated in the justification section of the New or Revised Strategic Action Section of the Budget Modification FormAdopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-0755 2T.-19Measures N and H - College and Career Readiness Commission - Oakland High School - 2022-2023 Education Improvement Plan/Budget ModificationMotionAdoption by the Board of Education, upon recommendation by the Measures N and H Commission, of a 2022-2023 Education Improvement Plan/Budget modification for Oakland High School reducing $32,500.00 Teacher Salaries Stipends: Extended Contracts for 5 Teachers to participate in the ECCCO (Exploring College, Career, and Community Options) Summer Program, through June 30, 2024 by $5,416.66 to $27,083.34, and creating a new expenditure of $5,416.66 for Teacher Substitutes: Hire Teacher Substitutes for the Environmental Science Academy, as stated in the justification section of the New or Revised Strategic Action Section of the Budget Modification FormAdopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-0756 2T.-20Measures N and H - College and Career Readiness Commission - Oakland High School - 2022-2023 Education Improvement Plan/Budget ModificationMotionAdoption by the Board of Education, upon recommendation by the Measures N and H Commission, of a 2022-2023 Education Improvement Plan/Budget modification for Oakland High School reducing $27,083.34 Teacher Salaries Stipends: Extended Contracts for 5 teachers to participate in the ECCCO (Exploring College, Career and Community Options)by $5,416.66 to $21,666.68 and modifying an existing expenditure of $2,000 for Teacher Substitutes for the IDEA Pathway totaling $7,416.66, as stated in the justification section of the New or Revised Strategic Action Section of the Budget Modification Form.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-0757 2T.-21Measures N and H - College and Career Readiness Commission - Oakland High School - 2022-2023 Education Improvement Plan/Budget ModificationMotionAdoption by the Board of Education, upon recommendation by the Measures N and H Commission, of a 2022-2023 Education Improvement Plan/Budget modification for Oakland High School reducing $16,250.02 Teacher Salaries Stipends: Extended Contracts for 5 Teachers to participate in the ECCCO (Exploring College, Career, and Community Options) Summer Program, through June 30, 2024 by $1,200.00 to $15,050.02 and creating a new expenditure of $1,200.00 Meeting Refreshments: To purchase meals for the Law & Social Justice Academy (LSJ) Students during an overnight field trip, as stated in the justification section of the New or Revised Strategic Action Section of the Budget Modification Form.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-0758 2T.-22Measures N and H - College and Career Readiness Commission - Oakland High School - 2022-2023 Education Improvement Plan/Budget ModificationMotionAdoption by the Board of Education, upon recommendation by the Measures N and H Commission, of a 2022-2023 Education Improvement Plan/Budget modification for Oakland High School reducing $15,050.02 Teacher Salaries Stipends: Extended Contracts for 5 Teachers to participate in the ECCCO (Exploring College, Career and Community Options) Summer Program through June 30, 2024 by $4,216.66 to $10,833.36, and creating a new expenditure of $4,216.66 Teacher Substitutes: Hire Teacher Substitutes for the LSJ Pathway, as stated in the justification section of the New or Revised Strategic Action Section of the Budget Modification Form.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-0759 2T.-23Measures N and H - College and Career Readiness Commission - Oakland High School - 2022-2023 Education Improvement Plan/Budget ModificationMotionAdoption by the Board of Education, upon recommendation by the Measures N and H Commission, of a 2022-2023 Education Improvement Plan/Budget modification for Oakland High School reducing $10,833.36 Teacher Salaries Stipends: Extended Contracts for 5 Teachers to participate in the ECCCO (Exploring College, Career and Community Options) Summer Program, through June 30, 2024 by $1,200.00 to $9,633.36, and creating a new expenditure of $1,200.00 for Meeting Refreshments: To Purchase meals for the Public Health Academy (PHA) students during an overnight field trip, as stated in the justification section of the New or Revised Strategic Action Section of the Budget Modification FormAdopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-0760 2T.-24Measures N and H - College and Career Readiness Commission - Oakland High School - 2022-2023 Education Improvement Plan/Budget ModificationMotionAdoption by the Board of Education, upon recommendation by the Measures N and H Commission, of a 2022-2023 Education Improvement Plan/Budget modification for Oakland High School reducing $7,000.00 Teachers Salaries Stipends: Extended Contracts to pay 5 Teachers from the (Jaguars) -9th Grade Family to attend meetings for Professional Learning Community services, through June 30, 2024 by $1,275.00 to $5,725.00, and creating a new expenditure of $1,275.00 for Professional Contracted Bus Services: Funds to pay for a charter bus rental to transport Jaguar students on a field trip to the Oakland Zoo, as stated in the justification section of the New or Revised Strategic Action Section of the Budget Modification Form.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-0761 2T.-25Measures N and H - College and Career Readiness Commission - Oakland High School - 2022-2023 Education Improvement Plan/Budget ModificationMotionAdoption by the Board of Education, upon recommendation by the Measures N and H Commission, of a 2022-2023 Education Improvement Plan/Budget modification for Oakland High School reducing $21,666.68 Teacher Salaries Stipends: Extended Contracts to participate in the ECCCO (Exploring College, Career and Community Options) Summer Program, through June 30, 2024 by $5,416.66 to $16,250.02, and creating a new expenditure of $5,416.66 for Teacher Substitutes: Hire Teacher Substitutes for the VAAMP Pathway, as stated in the justification section of the New or Revised Strategic Action Section of the Budget Modification Form.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-0762 2T.-26Measures N and H - College and Career Readiness Commission - Oakland Technical High School - 2022-2023 Education Improvement Plan/Budget ModificationMotionAdoption by the Board of Education, upon recommendation by the Measures N and H Commission, of a 2022-2023 Education Improvement Plan/Budget modification for Oakland Technical High School reducing $15,559.81 Strategic Carryover for Fiscal Year 2024-2025 by $12,500.00 to $3,099.81 and modifying an existing expenditure of $15,000.00 for Professional Contracted Bus Services totaling $27,500.00, as stated in the justification section of the New or Revised Strategic Action Section of the Budget Modification Form.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-0763 2T.-27Measures N and H – College and Career Readiness Commission - Skyline High School - 2022-2023 Education Improvement Plan/Budget ModificationMotionAdoption by the Board of Education, upon recommendation by the Measures N and H Commission, of a 2022-2023 Education Improvement Plan/Budget modification for Skyline High School reducing $30,000.00 Computers by $25,000.00 to $5,000.00 and modifying an existing expenditure of $14,000 for Materials and Supplies totaling $39,000.00, as stated in the justification section of the New or Revised Strategic Action Section of the Budget Modification Form.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-0764 2T.-28Measures N and H – College and Career Readiness Commission - Skyline High School - 2022-2023 Education Improvement Plan/Budget ModificationMotionAdoption by the Board of Education, upon recommendation by the Measures N and H Commission, of a 2022-2023 Education Improvement Plan/Budget modification for Skyline High School reducing $5,000.00 Computers by $5,000.00 to $0 and modifying an existing expenditure of $10,309.47 for Teacher Salaries Stipends: Extended contracts for the Visual & Performing Arts Academy Teachers to participate in collaboration time totaling $15,309.47, as stated in the justification section of the New or Revised Strategic Action Section of the Budget Modification Form.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-0765 2T.-29Measures N and H – College and Career Readiness Commission - Sojourner Truth independent Study - 2022-2023 Education Improvement Plan/Budget ModificationMotionAdoption by the Board of Education, upon recommendation by the Measures N and H Commission, of a 2022-2023 Education Improvement Plan/Budget modification for Sojourner Truth Independent Study reducing $125,414.96 Computers: to purchase Specialized Computers for the Technology pathway students by $78,966.64 to $46,448.32 and modifying an existing expenditure $158,883.71 Teachers Salaries: Increase this action to hire a 2nd CTE Technology Teacher for the Pathway, at 1.0 FTE. The total FTE for this action will become 2.0 FTE, (2 teachers) totaling $237,850.35, as stated in the justification section of the New or Revised Strategic Action Section of the Budget Modification Form.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-0971 2T.-30Measures N and H - College and Career Readiness Commission - Oakland Technical High School - 2022-2023 Education Improvement Plan/Budget ModificationMotionAdoption by the Board of Education, upon recommendation by the Measures N and H Commission, of a 2022-2023 Education Improvement Plan/Budget modification for Oakland Technical High School reducing $2,494.50 Professional Contracted Bus Services: Charter Bus rentals for the Engineering students to attend Physics Day at CA Great America Amusement Park by $551.46 to $1,943.04 and modifying an existing expenditure of $1,500.00 Admission Fees: Admission fees for the Engineering students to attend Physics Day at CA Great America Amusement Park totaling $2,051.46, as stated in the justification section of the New or Revised Strategic Action Section of the Budget Modification Form.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-0972 2T.-31Measures N and H - College and Career Readiness Commission - MetWest High School - 2022-2023 Education Improvement Plan/Budget ModificationMotionAdoption by the Board of Education, upon recommendation by the Measures N and H Commission, of a 2022-2023 Education Improvement Plan/Budget modification for MetWest High School reducing $15,000 Transportation Costs: Charter Bus rentals for students to attend college visits, career exploration visits, field trips and integrated learning opportunities by $10,200 to $4,800 and reducing $2,800.00 Textbooks for the Dual Enrollment & Peralta courses by $2,800.00 to $0 and reducing $13,962.65 Conference Expenses by $8,000.00 to $5,962.65, and creating a new expenditure of $21,000.00 Consultant Contracts: Contract with East bay Consortium (EBC) to support our post-secondary educational opportunities, August through December 14, 2023,as stated in the justification section of the New or Revised Strategic Action Section of the Budget Modification Form.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1041 2T.-32Measures N and H - College and Career Readiness Commission - Oakland Technical High School - 2022-2023 Education Improvement Plan/Budget ModificationMotionAdoption by the Board of Education, upon recommendation by the Measures N and H Commission, of a 2022-2023 Education Improvement Plan/Budget modification for Oakland Technical High School reducing $5.000.00 Equipment by $5,000.00 to $0 and creating a new expenditure of $5,000.00 Furniture: To purchase Chemical Resistant Tables for the Chemistry/Forensic Science class in the Race, Policy, and Law Pathway, as stated in the justification section of the New or Revised Strategic Action Section of the Budget Modification Form.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1042 2T.-33Measures N and H – College and Career Readiness Commission - Coliseum College Preparatory Academy - 2022-2023 Education Improvement Plan/Budget ModificationMotionAdoption by the Board of Education, upon recommendation by the Measures N and H Commission, of a 2022-2023 Education Improvement Plan/Budget modification for Coliseum College Preparatory Academy reducing $61,439.00 Teacher Salaries: Hire a Computer Science Pathway Teacher, at 1.0 FTE for the Spring semester; January 2024 through May 2024 by $14,940.00 to $46,499.00 and creating a new expenditure of $14,940.00 Consultant Contract with Lead by Learning through Northeastern university formerly known as Mills College, from January through June 30, 2024, as stated in the justification section of the New or Revised Strategic Action Section of the Budget Modification Form.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1075 2T.-34Measures N and H – College and Career Readiness Commission - Oakland Technical High School - 2022-2023 Education Improvement Plan/Budget ModificationMotionAdoption by the Board of Education, upon recommendation by the Measures N and H Commission, of a 2022-2023 Education Improvement Plan/Budget modification for Oakland Technical High School reducing $3,500.00 Professional Contracted Bus Services: Charter Bus rentals for the Engineering students to attend Physics Day at CA Great America Amusement Park by $1,005.50 to $2,494.50 and creating a new expenditure of $1,005.50 Furniture: To purchase Chemical Resistant Tables for the Chemistry/Forensic Science class in the Race, Policy, and Law Pathway, as stated in the justification section of the New or Revised Strategic Action Section of the Budget Modification Form.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1282 2T.-35Measures N and H – College and Career Readiness Commission - 2024-2025 Measure H Allocations & Measure N Strategic Carryover - OUSD Schools - Administrative 10% CostAppropriationAdoption by the Board of Education, upon recommendation by the Measures N and H Commission, of the 2024-2025 Measure H Allocations & Measure N Strategic Carryover as allocated for each named school and for the 10% administrative cost, for a cumulative 2024-2025 Total Measure H & Measure N SCO Allocations for OUSD High Schools & the Admin 10% not to exceed amount of $10,194,314.16.Postponed to a Date CertainPass Action details Video Video
24-1285 2T.-36Measures N and H – College and Career Readiness Commission - High School Linked Learning Office (HSLLO) - 2022-2023 Education Improvement Plan/ Budget ModificationMotionAdoption by the Board of Education, upon recommendation by the Measures N and H Commission, of a 2022-2023 Education Improvement Plan/Budget modification for High School Linked Learning Office reducing $5,535.00 Supervisor & Admin Salaries Stipend: 10% Additional Compensation Stipend for Tiffany Jordan to perform as the Senior Pathway Coach by $5,000.00 to $535.00 and modifying an existing expenditure of $20,000.00 Professional contracted services: Consultant Contract with Amy Crudo by $5,000 for a total of $25,000.00, as stated in the justification section of the New or Revised Strategic Action Section of the Budget Modification Form.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1286 2T.-37Measures N and H – College and Career Readiness Commission – High School Linked Learning Office (HSLLO) - 2022-2023 Education Improvement Plan/Budget ModificationMotionAdoption by the Board of Education, upon recommendation by the Measures N and H Commission, of a 2022-2023 Education Improvement Plan/Budget modification for High School Linked Learning Office reducing $6,000.00 Supervisor & Admin Stipend: 10% Additional Compensation Stipend for Nancy Gomez, the Program Manager of High School Operations by $5,250.00 to $700.00 and modifying an existing expenditure of $41,250.00 Consultant Contracts: Professional Contracted Services with multiple independent contractors to provide interim support during the leave of absence of the Measure N/H Coordinator (Coordinator of Action research) by $5,250 for a total of $46,500.00, as stated in the justification section of the New or Revised Strategic Action Section of the Budget Modification Form.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1287 2T.-38Measures N and H – College and Career Readiness Commission – High School Linked Learning Office (HSLLO) - 2022-2023 Education Improvement Plan/Budget ModificationMotionAdoption by the Board of Education, upon recommendation by the Measures N and H Commission, of a 2022-2023 Education Improvement Plan/Budget modification for High School Linked Learning Office reducing $15,000.00 Rentals- Facility by $6,215.00 to $8,785.00.00 and reducing $6,000.00 Supervisor & Admin Salaries Stipend: 10% Additional Compensation Stipend for Nancy Gomez, the Program Manager of High School Operations by $750.00 to $5,250.00 and reducing $5,535.00 Supervisor & Admin Salaries Stipend by $535.00 to $5,000.00 and modifying an existing expenditure of $63,085.00 Consultant Contracts: Professional contracted services with multiple independent contractors to provide interim support during the leave of absence of the Measure N/H Coordinator (Coordinator of Action Research) for a total of $70,585.00, as stated in the justification section of the New or Revised Strategic Action Section of the Budget Modification Form.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1373 1U.-1Change Order No. 2, Agreement Between Owner and Contractor - Mar Con Builders, Inc. - Kaiser Child Development Center Site Improvements Project - Division of Facilities Planning and ManagementAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of Agreement Between Owner and Contractor of Change Order No. 2 by and between the District and Mar Con Builders, Inc., Oakland, CA, which includes PCO's 27 and 28, to furnish and install soft surface playmat tiles and install a solar reflecting track on the lower yard area near portables; as well supplemental planting for the Kaiser Child Development Center Site Improvements Project, in the amount of $79,567.00 increasing the contract price from $6,708,351.00 to $6,781,918.00 pursuant to the Change Order.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1375 1U.-2Agreement for Inspector of Record Services for Construction - King Construction Inspection, Inc. - Oakland Technical High School -Solar Battery Plant Storage 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 King Construction Inspection, Inc., Oakland, CA, for the latter to provide Inspector of Record Services for the Oakland Technical High School - Solar Battery Plant Storage Project, in a not-to-exceed amount of $26,389.00, which includes a not-to-exceed amount of $2,399.00, for Additional Services, with the work scheduled to commence on June 13, 2024, and scheduled to last until December 31, 2025.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1385 1U.-3Agreement for Inspector of Record Services for Construction - King Construction Inspection, Inc. - Castlemont High School -Solar Battery Plant Storage Project - Division of Facilities Planning and ManagementMotionApproval by the Board of Education of Agreement for Inspector of Record Services for Construction by and between the District and King Construction Inspection, Inc., Oakland, CA, for the latter to provide Inspector of Record Services for the Castlemont High School - Solar Battery Plant Storage Project, in a not-to-exceed amount of $26,389.00, which includes a not-to-exceed amount of $2,399.00, for Additional Services, with the work scheduled to commence on June 13, 2024, and scheduled to last until December 31, 2025.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1425 1U.-4Agreement Between Owner and Contractor – Global Modular, Inc. - Fremont High School Modernization Project – Division of Facilities Planning and Management Modernization 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 Global Modular, Inc., Atwater, CA, for the latter to design, fabricate and install three modular buildings, creating six new spaces within the new modulars, for the Fremont High School Modernization Project, in the total amount of $2,370,000.00, with the work anticipated to commence on June 13, 2024, with an anticipated ending date of September 1, 2025.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
24-1438 1V.-1President’s ReportPresident's ReportPresident’s Report - June 12, 2024.Presentation/Acknowledgment Made  Action details Video Video
24-1444 1W.-1Regular Board Member's Report – June 12, 2024Regular Board Members ReportRegular Board Member's Report - June 12, 2024.Presentation/Acknowledgment Made  Action details Video Video