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Meeting Name: Board of Education Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 6/12/2019 4:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: The Great Room, LaEscuelita Education Center, 1050 2nd Avenue, Oakland, CA 94606-2291, 1707 Kenyon Street Northwest Washington DC 20010
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19-1089 1I.-1Tribute - Josue Chavez-Villegas - Student Board Member - 2018-2019 School YearResolutionAdoption by the Board of Education of Resolution No. 1819-0215 - Tribute to Josue Chavez-Villegas, Student Board Member, July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019.AdoptedPass Action details Video Video
19-1167 1I.-22019-2020 Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) and BudgetAppropriationAdoption by the Board of Education of the 2019-2020 Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) and Budget of $160,416,879*. ______ *This proposed budget is available for Public Inspection: Oakland Unified School District Offices of the Board of Education and Superintendent of Schools 1000 Broadway, Suite 680 Oakland, CA 94607-4099 and on the World Wide Web @ https://www.ousd.org/domain/69Hearing Held and Closed  Action details Video Video
19-1392 1I.-3Board of Education - Recognition for Service - Named Members of LCAP Parent and Student Advisory Committee, District English Language Learners’ Sub-Committee, Community Advisory Committee for Special Education, and Foster Youth Advisory CommitteeCeremonial/Special Presentation ItemPresentation of a Certification of Recognition for Service of named members of the LCAP Parent and Student Advisory Committee, the District English Language Learners’ Sub-Committee, the Community Advisory Committee for Special Education, and the Foster Youth Advisory Committee for their powerful leadership and unrelenting service on behalf of all of the District’s students: RocQuel Johnson, District 1 Representative, Lead Delegate of LCAP PSAC, and Chair of the Foster Youth Advisory Committee, 3rd year of service; Alan Pursell, District 1 Representative and Lead Delegate, and Member of the Community Advisory Committee for Special Education, 1st year of service; Diana Casanova, District 2 Representative and Lead Delegate of LCAP PSAC, 2nd year of service; Duy Vo, District 2 Representative and Member of the District ELL Sub-Committee, 1st year of service; Wendall Chin, District 2 Representative, 3rd year of service; Michelle Mateo, District 2 Representative, 1st year of service; César Escalante, District 3 Representative, Lead Delegate of LCAP PSAC, and Chair of the District ELL Sub-Committee, 5th year of service; Pernell Bailey, District 3 Representative and Lead Delegate of LCAP PSAC, 5th year of service; Alma Piedras, District 4 Representative, Lead Delegate of LCAP PSAC, and Member of the District ELL Sub-Committee, 1st year of service; Monalisa Treviño, District 4 Representative, Lead Delegate of LCAP PSAC, and Member of the District ELL Sub-Committee, 1st year of service; Reginald Mosley, District 4 Representative, Lead Delegate of LCAP PSAC, 1st year of service; Carmen Pearson, District 4 Representative, Lead Delegate of LCAP PSAC, 1st year of service; Yolanda García, District 5 Representative, 1st year of service; Teresa Diaz, District 5 Representative and Member of the District ELL Sub-Committee, 1st year of service; Alejandra Méndez, District 5 Representative and Member of the District ELL Sub-Committee, 2nd year of service; Ansar El’ Muhammad, District 6 Representative, 1st year of service; Ché Phinnessee, District 7 Representative, 5th year of service; Jonathan Kael, District 7 Representative, 5th year of service; Ashea Fuller, District 7 Representative and Lead Delegate of LCAP PSAC, 3rd year of service; Genie Wungsukit, LCAP Student Advisor and Member of All City Council; Ahmed Hajaji, LCAP Student Advisor and Member of All City Council; Leonardo Gonzales, District 7 Representative and Member of District ELL Sub-Committee, 1st year of service; Kristen Zimmerman, Chair of the Community Advisory Committee for Special Education, 4th year of service; Miguel Almudo, Member of the Foster Youth Advisory Committee, 2nd year of service; Lisa Rasler, Chair of the Community Advisory Committee for Special Education, 4th year of service; Inga Wagar, Member the Community Advisory Committee for Special Education, 5th year of service; and Kelly Bresso, Member the Community Advisory Committee for Special Education, 3rd year of service.Presentation/Acknowledgment Made  Action details Video Video
19-0415 1K.-1Student Board Member's Report - June 12, 2019Student Directors' ReportStudent Board Member's Report - June 12, 2019   Action details Video Video
19-0416 1L.-1President's Report - June 12, 2019President's ReportPresident’s Report - June 12, 2019.Presentation/Acknowledgment Made  Action details Video Video
19-0417 1M.-1Superintendent's Report - June 12, 2019Superintendent's ReportSuperintendent’s Report - June 12, 2019.   Action details Video Video
19-1106 1P.-1Agreement - District and Cannon Cochran Management Services, Inc. - Property and Liability Third Party Administrator Specialized Services - Risk Management DepartmentAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of an Agreement Between District and Cannon Cochran Management Services, Inc., San Diego CA, a Property and Liability Third Party Administrator (TPA), for the latter to provide liability and property claims adjusting services to the District, for the period July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2020, with the option to renew for two additional one-year periods, in a not to exceed amount of $250,000.00.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
19-1121 1P.-2Professional Services Contract – District and Hazelrigg Claims Management Services - Workers’ Compensations Claims - Risk Management DepartmentAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of a Professional Services Contract between the District and Hazelrigg Claims Management Services, a Third-Party Administrator (“TPA”), Chino Hills, CA, for the provision of Workers’ Compensation claims adjusting services to the District, as described in the Agreement, incorporated herein by reference as though fully set forth, for the period of July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020, in an amount not to exceed $644,000.00.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
19-1140 1P.-3Amendment No. 2, Independent Contractor Agreement - Digital Design Communications - Technology Services DepartmentAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of Amendment No. 2, Independent Contractor Agreement between District and Digital Design Communications, Oakland, CA, for the latter to complete installation of networking equipment (E-Rate) as specified in the Scope of Work, by extending term of Agreement from July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2019 to September 30, 2019. All other terms and conditions of the Agreement remain in full force and effect.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
19-0927 1P.-4Agreement for The Lease Of Portable Buildings - District and Mobile Modular Management Corporation - To The Oakland Unified School District - Claremont LLB Phase 1 Demolition of Old Cafeteria ProjectAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of Agreement for The Lease of Portable Buildings From Mobile Modular To The Oakland Unified School District between District and Mobile Modular, Livermore, CA, for the extended lease/supply and installation of two (2) temporary portable buildings for the Claremont LLB Phase I Demolition of Old Cafeteria Project, more specifically delineated in the Scope of Services in Exhibit “A”, incorporated herein by reference as though fully set forth, commencing June 13, 2019 and concluding no later than July 30, 2019, in an amount not-to exceed $18,980.00.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
19-1179 1P.-5Independent Consultant Agreement for Professional Services Less Than $92,600 – Jensen Hughes – Joaquin Miller Fire & Intrusion Alarm Replacement ProjectAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of an Independent Consultant Agreement for Professional Services Less Than $92,600 between the District and Jensen Hughes, Concord, CA, for the latter to provide additional testing needed and observation of pretesting and final acceptance test of the fire and intrusion alarm system, prepare and submit verified written reports for DSA project certification, in conjunction with the Joaquin Miller Fire & Intrusion Alarm Replacement Project, more specifically delineated in the Scope of Services in Exhibit “A”, incorporated herein by reference as though fully set fourth, commencing June 13, 2019 and concluding no later than December 31, 2019, in an amount not to exceed $15,800.00.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
19-1180 1P.-6Independent Consultant Agreement for Professional Services Less Than $92,600 – Jensen Hughes – Centro Infantil Child Development Center Fire Alarm Replacement ProjectAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of an Independent Consultant Agreement for Professional Services Less Than $92,600 between the District and Jensen Hughes, Concord, CA, for the latter to provide testing results and review of fire alarm system, perform retesting services, provide written reports of testing results to the District, in conjunction with the Centro Infantil Child Development Center Fire Alarm Replacement Project, more specifically delineated in the Scope of Services in Exhibit “A”, incorporated herein by reference as though fully set fourth, commencing June 13, 2019 and concluding no later than October 31, 2019, in an amount not to exceed $6,592.50.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
19-1183 1P.-7Independent Consultant Agreement for Professional Services Less Than $92,600 – Jensen Hughes – Ralph Bunche Fire and Intrusion Alarm Upgrade ProjectAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of an Independent Consultant Agreement for Professional Services Less Than $92,600 between the District and Jensen Hughes, Concord, CA, for the latter to provide consulting services for the fire and intrusion alarm system, review project design drawings to verify compliance with the California Fire and Building Codes and OUSD Design standards, to observe testing of fire alarm system, in conjunction with the Ralph Bunche Fire and Intrusion Alarm Upgrade Project, more specifically delineated in the Scope of Services in Exhibit “A”, incorporated herein by reference as though fully set fourth, commencing June 13, 2019 and concluding no later than December 31, 2019, in an amount not to exceed $22,900.00.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
19-1184 1P.-8Independent Consultant Agreement for Professional Services Less Than $92,600 – Jensen Hughes – Kaiser Finishing Kitchen Addition ProjectAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of an Independent Consultant Agreement for Professional Services Less Than $92,600 between the District and Jensen Hughes, Concord, CA, for the latter to provide observation of testing of fire alarm system with contractors, prepare and submit report detailing the results of test, provide two hours of fire intrusion alarm consulting, in conjunction with the Kaiser Finishing Kitchen Addition Project, more specifically delineated in the Scope of Services in Exhibit “A”, incorporated herein by reference as though fully set fourth, commencing June 13, 2019 and concluding no later than December 31, 2019, in an amount not to exceed $3,800.00.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
19-1243 1P.-9Independent Consultant Agreement for Professional Services Greater Than $92,600 – Professional Service Industries, Inc. - Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA) ProjectAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of an Independent Consultant Agreement for Professional Services Greater Than $92,600 between the District and Professional Service Industries, Oakland, CA, for the latter to provide “a comprehensive asbestos building inspection in accordance with Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA's). Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA) 40 CFR Part 763, Subpart E, Asbestos Containing Materials in Schools; Final Rule. Asbestos building inspection services will be performed utilizing California Certified Asbestos Building Inspectors. Internal building components will be evaluated throughout each Oakland Unified School District site. Reports will be provided within 30 days of completing the survey. Reports will include an asbestos containing material location drawings for each structure. This scope will include the collect of bulk samples,” in conjunction with the Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA) Project, more specifically delineated in the Scope of Services in Exhibit “A”, incorporated herein by reference as though fully set forth, commencing June 13, 2019 and concluding no later than October 31, 2019, in an amount not-to exceed $226,081.18.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
19-1174 1P.-10Personnel Report No. 1819-0010 - Talent/Human Resources DepartmentMotionAdoption by the Board of Education of Personnel Report No. 1819-0010.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
19-1390 1P.-11Creation/Revision of Job Descriptions - Multiple Departments, As Assigned - Named PositionsResolutionAdoption by the Board of Education of Resolution No. 1819-0161, approving the creation and/orrevision of the following job descriptions: Specialist, Strategic Resource Planning; Coordinator, Nutrition Services; Senior Procurement Analyst; Procurement Analyst; Business Intelligence Data Architect; Network Attendance Liaison; Systems Analyst, HRIS Internal Audit; Coordinator, Instructional and Assessment Technology; Field Supervisor, Nutrition Services; Nutrition Services Manager; Truck Driver. Creation: Job Description/Position/Title/FTE Specialist, Strategic Resource Planning (As Assigned) (1.0 FTE) Salary Schedule/Range Salary Schedule: WTCL Range: 57: $74,824 to $100,230 12 months, 261 days, 7.5 hours (FT) FISCAL IMPACT There is no new budget impact as this role is funded through the reorganization of roles in the Local State and Federal Programs. Creation: Job Description/Position/Title/FTE Coordinator, Nutrition Services (As Assigned) (1.0 FTE) Salary Schedule/Range Salary Schedule: ADCL Range: 17: $89,826 to $114,624 12 months, 261 days, 7.5 hours (FT) FISCAL IMPACT No fiscal impact, this role is funded as part of the restructuring within Nutrition Services. Creation: Job Description/Position/Title/FTE Senior Procurement Analyst (As Assigned) (1.0 FTE) Salary Schedule/Range Salary Schedule: WTCL Range: 53: $63,064 to $84,428 12 months, 261 days, 7.5 hours (FT) FISCAL IMPACT There is no new budget impact as this role is funded through the reorganization of current procurement operations department. Creation: Job Description/Position/Title/FTE Procurement Analyst (As Assigned) (1.0 FTE) Salary Schedule/Range Salary Schedule: WTCL Range: 45: $49,333 to $66,134 12 months, 261 days, 7.5 hours (FT) FISCAL IMPACT There is no new budget impact as this role is funded through the reorganization of roles in the Procurement Department. Creation: Job Description/Position/Title/FTE Business Intelligence Data Architect (As Assigned) (1.0 FTE) Salary Schedule/Range Salary Schedule: WTCL Range: 64: $89,949 to $119,200 12 months, 261 days, 7.5 hours (FT) FISCAL IMPACT There is no new budget impact as this role is funded through the reorganization of roles in the Research, Assessment and Data department. Creation: Job Description/Position/Title/FTE Network Attendance Liaison (As Assigned) (1.0 FTE) Salary Schedule/Range Salary Schedule: WTCL Range: 46: $53,065 to $71,106 12 months, 261 days, 7.5 hours (FT) FISCAL IMPACT There is no new budget impact as vacancies will be funded through categorical funds designated for this role. Creation: Job Description/Position/Title/FTE Systems Analyst, HRIS (As Assigned) (1.0 FTE) Salary Schedule/Range Salary Schedule: CFCA Range: 16: $73,964 to $94,399 12 months, 261 days, 7.5 hours (FT) FISCAL IMPACT There is no new budget impact as this role is funded through the reorganization of roles in the Talent/Human Resources Department. Revision: Job Description/Position/Title/FTE Coordinator, Instructional and Assessment Technology (As Assigned) (1.0 FTE) Salary Schedule/Range Salary Schedule: ADCL Range: 17: $89,826 to $114,624 12 months, 261 days, 7.5 hours (FT) FISCAL IMPACT There is no new budget impact as this role is funded through the reorganization of roles in the Technology Department. Revision: Job Description/Position/Title/FTE Field Supervisor, Nutrition Services (As Assigned) (1.0 FTE) Salary Schedule/Range Salary Schedule: ADCL Range: 13: $73,900.60 to $94,304.94 12 months, 261 days, 7.5 hours (FT) FISCAL IMPACT No fiscal impact, this role is currently funded. Revision to duties only. Revision: Job Description/Position/Title/FTE Nutrition Services Manager (As Assigned) (1.0 FTE) Salary Schedule/Range Salary Schedule: FSMG Range: 1-8: $18,391 to $38,040 - No Salary Change 205 days, 7.5 hours (FT) FISCAL IMPACT There is no new budget impact as vacancies have already been reflected in the budget development process. Revision: Job Description/Position/Title/FTE Truck Driver (As Assigned) (1.0 FTE) Salary Schedule/Range Salary Schedule: TRKDR Range: 1: $51,523 - No Salary Change 12 months, 261 days, 8 hours (FT) FISCAL IMPACT There is no new budget impact as vacancies have already been reflected in the budget development process.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
19-0620 1P.-12Professional Services Contract - Shannon Christopher - Community Schools and Student Services DepartmentAgreement or ContractRatification by the Board of Education of a Professional Services Contract between the District and Shannon Christopher, Suisun City, CA, for the latter to provide a series of financial literacy workshops one time per week for up to 8 weeks in the spring of 2019 for parents, with attention given to financial decision making (reducing debts, building income), resume building, and job marketing, at Alliance Academy, via the Community Schools and Student Services Department, for the period of January 31, 2019 through May 31, 2019, in an amount not to exceed $2,000.00.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
19-0733 1P.-13Professional Services Contract - Marcus A. Foster Educational Institute - Community Schools and Student Services DepartmentAgreement or ContractRatification by the Board of Education of a Professional Services Contract between the District and Marcus A. Foster Educational Institute, Oakland, CA, for the latter to provide stipends for wellness interns to work in support of wellness champion program, via the Health and Wellness Unit of the Community Schools and Student Services Department, for the period of April 1, 2019 through June 30, 2019, in an amount not to exceed $7,000.00.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
19-0758 1P.-14Professional Services Contract - Myrna Ortiz Villar - High School Linked Learning OfficeAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of a Professional Services Contract between the District and Myrna Ortiz Villar, Richmond, CA, for the latter to coordinate the Y-PLAN Civic Engagement Strategy implementation in the District and train District staff to work toward internal sustainability of Y-PLAN within District in the future, as described in the Scope of Work, incorporated herein by reference as though fully set forth, via the High School Linked Learning Office, for the period of March 1, 2019 through June 30, 2019, in an amount not to exceed $50,000.00.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
19-0938 1P.-15Professional Services Contract - Achievement Network - EnCompass AcademyAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of a Professional Services Contract between the District and Achievement Network, Boston, MA, for the latter to provide coaching to the Principal and the Instructional Leadership Team, as described in the Scope of Work, incorporated herein by reference as though fully set forth, at Encompass Academy, for the period July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019, in an amount not to exceed $28,000.00.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
19-1099 1P.-16Professional Services Contract - TutorWorks - Madison Park Academy - Lower CampusAgreement or ContractRatification by the Board of Education of a Professional Services Contract between the District and TutorWorks, Burlingame, CA, for the latter to provide a motivational supplemental tutoring program to serve students in need of extra academic support, including a blended learning program in partnership with the After School Program to address individual needs of students at Madison Park Academy (Lower Campus), for the period of September 17, 2018 through March 8, 2019, in an amount not to exceed $22,900.00.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
19-1110 1P.-17Professional Services Contract - Catapult Learning - State and Federal Programs DepartmentAgreement or ContractRatification by the Board of Education of a Professional Services Contract between the District and Catapult Learning, Camden, NJ, for the latter to assist students acquire the appropriate academic skills to increase their performance on assessments, assists students with meeting reclassification requirements, and to improve classroom performance, via State and Federal Programs Department, for the period of November 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019, in an amount not to exceed $48,576.00.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
19-1122 1P.-18Amendment No. 1, Professional Services Contract - Aimee Espiritu - Teaching and Learning DepartmentAgreement or ContractRatification by the Board of Education of Amendment No. 1, Professional Services Contract between the District and Aimee Espiritu, San Francisco, CA, for the latter to work with the visual and performing arts team to plan create and implement strategic blueprint support for all Oakland schools to engage the arts to advance learning and positive outcomes for students, with tasks including 1) Attend regular planning meetings with the VAPA team. 2) Provide technical assistance and coaching to school sites as needed in planning and implementing arts programming. 3) Build leadership capacity and understanding of quality arts education among school site teacher leaders. 4) Provide support for 2018 Oakland Arts Education Resource Fair on September, via the Teaching and Learning Department, for an additional 133.33 hours, at a cost not to exceed $8500.00, increasing the Contract not to exceed amount from $25,000.00 to $33,500.00, for the term September 29, 2018 through June 30, 2019. All other terms and conditions of the Contract remain in full force and effect.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
19-1144 1P.-19Professional Services Contract - Hannah Klein - Redwood Heights Elementary SchoolAgreement or ContractRatification by the Board of Education of a Professional Services Contract between the District and Hannah Klein, Berkeley, CA, for the latter to provide integrated multiple modality access to students through art projects; work with teacher to provide students with weekly grade level standards based instruction (specifically tied to transitioning to the Common Core Standards) that integrates the multimedia visual arts curriculum, strengthening assessment through digital portfolios, documenting the school’s model, and sharing best practices at Redwood Heights Elementary School, for the period of September 17, 2018 through May 24, 2019, in an amount not to exceed $8,000.00.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
19-1146 1P.-20Professional Services Contract - Educational Equity For All - Special Education DepartmentAgreement or ContractRatification by the Board of Education of a Professional Services Contract between the District and Educational Equity For All, Pomona, CA, for the latter to provide two days of Workshops to Special Education Teachers: June 6, 2019 Special Education Teachers (Autism and Moderate to Severe) Title: Creating a Positive Learning Environment in a Moderate to Severe Classroom and June 7, 2019 Special Education Teachers (Autism and Moderate to Severe) Workshop Title: Eliminate Activities and Create Engaging Learning Experiences That Motivate Students with Significant Disabilities, as described in the Scope of Work, incorporated herein by reference as though fully set forth, via Special Education Department, for the period of May 1, 2019 through August 31, 2019, in an amount not to exceed $3,200.00.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
19-1149 1P.-21Professional Services Contract - Syntex Global, Inc. - Special Education DepartmentAgreement or ContractRatification by the Board of Education of a Professional Services Contract between the District and Syntex Global, Inc., San Francisco, CA, for the latter to provide translators for Arabic, Spanish, Vietnamese, Chinese, Cambodian, or other languages, as needed, if available, upon District's request, when District need exceeds capacity or availability of employee translators, for translation services and technical support services, as legally required, for Individualized Education Program (IEP) Meetings, for the Special Education Department, for the period of January 1, 2019 through June 30, 2019, in an amount not to exceed $6,414.00.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
19-1150 1P.-22Professional Services Contract - Carter-Kelly Consulting/LIFEPOINT - Oakland Technical High SchoolAgreement or ContractRatification by the Board of Education of a Professional Services Contract between the District and Carter-Kelly Consulting/LIFEPOINT, Oakland, CA, for the latter to provide 200 hours of consultant services to ethnically diverse and emotionally challenged students, in alignment with the Safe and Supportive Schools Plan, the District’s Strategic Plan, and the Voluntary Resolution Plan under the supervision of the site principal and the District Region 1 Mental Health Program, at Oakland Technical High School, for the period of April 1, 2019 through May 31, 2019, in an amount not to exceed $8,000.00.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
19-1151 1P.-23Professional Services Contract - The Hanen Centre - Special Education DepartmentAgreement or ContractRatification by the Board of Education of a Professional Services Contract between the District and The Hanen Centre, Toronto, ON, for the latter to provide a certified Hanen trainer to host a three-day training (18 hours total, 6 hours a day) to a group of 2-3 District early childhood teachers as well as professionals from the surrounding area in the Hanen Learning Language and Loving It (LLLI) Program, which teaches language development strategies that can be easily woven into everyday classroom activities for early childhood educators, designed to engage and maintain the interest of the children, making language and literacy-learning a fun and natural part of their day, for the Special Education Department, for the period of May 1, 2019 through August 31, 2019, in an amount not to exceed $1,690.00.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
19-1165 1P.-24Professional Services Contract - Myrtha Muse - Summer Learning Program - Oakland Fine Arts Summer SchoolAgreement or ContractRatification by the Board of Education of a Professional Services Contract between the District and Myrtha Muse, Oakland, CA, for the latter to teach varied styles of dance with emphasis on Katherine Dunham techniques - prepare students for short performances at assemblies, prepare students for professional culminating performance for parents and the community at large, introduce dance history, teach students West African Dance form and rhythms from several /West African nations, attend sharing Assembly of professional artists, perform at culminating program Learn basic fundamentals of drama and dance, experience integration of the arts and its relationship to math, via the Oakland Find Parts Summer School, for the period of June 1, 2019 through June 30, 2019, in an amount not to exceed $5,200.00.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
19-1166 1P.-25Professional Services Contract - About WUT, Inc - Summer Learning Program - Oakland Fine Arts Summer SchoolAgreement or ContractRatification by the Board of Education of a Professional Services Contract between the District and About WUT, Inc, Duluth, GA, for the latter to engage students in activities that promote awareness of the arts, resulting in students appreciation of the arts, career exploration, and its relationship to dally living; as well as, improved self-esteem, confidence, and pride in self; coordinate and participate in assemblies and other related activities, and to assist administrator in program coordination, via the Oakland Fine Arts Summer School, for the period of June 1, 2019 through June 30, 2019, in an amount not to exceed $5,200.00.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
19-1168 1P.-26Grant Application - U.S. Department of Education - Office of Innovation and Improvement - Full Service Community Schools Program - Community Schools and Student Services DepartmentApplicationApproval by the Board of Education of Grant Application to the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Innovation and Improvement, Washington, DC, seeking $2,493,967.00, in funding, for the District’s Full-Service Community Schools: Literacy, Transitions, and Deepening the Model Project, as described in the Application, incorporated herein by reference as though fully set forth, for the period October 1, 2018 through September 30, 2023, and to accept same, if granted, in whole or in part, pursuant to the terms and conditions thereof and to submit amendments thereto, for the grant year, if any.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
19-1172 1P.-27Grant Award - California Department of Education - WorkAbility I Grant 2019-2020 - District's SELPAApplicationAcceptance by the Board of Education of WorkAbility I Grant Award (Project No. 088-03), pursuant to terms and conditions thereof, from the California Department of Education, in the amount of $318,420.00, to provide instructional services and support for employment and post- secondary education for students of the District's SELPA for Fiscal Year 2019-20.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
19-1295 1P.-28Amendment No. 2, Professional Services Contract - Morgan Shidler Consulting - Community Schools and Student Services DepartmentAgreement or ContractRatification by the Board of Education of Amendment No. 2, Professional Services Contract between District and Morgan Shidler Consulting, Oakland, CA, for the latter to provide an additional 6 hours of training to District Summer Learning Programs staff on appropriate and effective Youth Work Methods, in the additional amount of $300.00, increasing the Contract not to exceed amount from $3,050.00 to $3,350.00, and extending the Contract term from January 14, 2019 through June 20, 2019 to June 30, 2019. All other terms and conditions of the Contract remain in full force and effect.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
19-1375 1P.-29Student Travel - International Restorative Practices Conference, Denver, CO - Edna Brewer Middle SchoolResolutionApproval by the Board of Education of Resolution No. 1819-0243 - Authorization for Approval of Student Travel by school site Edna Brewer Middle School to the International Restorative Practices Conference, Denver, CO, for fifteen (15) 6th and 7th grade peer restorative practices student leaders, and five (5) adults, as specified in Out of State Field Trip/Excursion Request, attached, for the period of June 13, 2019 through June 16, 2019, to travel to Denver, Colorado, to give and allow peer restorative practices student leaders to experience and explore the restorative practices international world through presentation, collaboration, and networking, at no cost to the District.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
19-1218 1P.-30District Membership - Alameda County Operational Area Emergency Management Organization - Chief of PoliceResolutionApproval by the Board of Education of Resolution No. 1819-0246 - Approving District Participation In Alameda County Operational Area Emergency Management Organization.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
19-1285 1P.-31Grant Application - Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) - School Violence Prevention Program - Chief of PoliceApplicationApproval by the Board of Education of District’s Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) School Violence Prevention Program Application to the U.S. Department of Justice, Washington, DC, seeking $376,287.00 in funding to support School Safety measures and provide School Security Officers and District’s School Police Officers with training to better support safety at the school sites, for the term October 1, 2019 through October 1, 2021, and if granted, in whole or in part, acceptance of same, pursuant to the terms and conditions thereof and authorization to submit amendments thereto for the grant years, if any.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
19-0993 1P.-32Memorandum of Understanding and Engagement Policy - Lozano Smith - General CounselAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of a Memorandum of Understanding and Engagement Policy between the District and Lozano Smith, Attorneys at Law, with offices in Walnut Creek, CA, for the latter to provide legal services to the District on an as needed basis, for the period of May 2, 2019 to June 30, 2022, in an amount not to exceed $300,000.00 in a fiscal year.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
19-1061 1P.-33Memorandum of Understanding and Engagement Policy - Marion McWilliams - General CounselAgreement or ContractRatification by the Board of Education of Memorandum of Understanding and Engagement Policy between the District and Marion L. McWilliams, Berkeley, CA, for the latter to provide legal services to District for employment law and general advice on an as needed basis, for the period of May 4, 2019 through June 30, 2020, in an amount not to exceed $10,000.00 per fiscal year.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
19-1139 1P.-34Memorandum of Understanding and Engagement Policy - Leone & Alberts LLP - General CounselAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of a Memorandum of Understanding and Engagement Policy between the District and Leone & Alberts LLP, a Walnut Creek law firm, to provide legal services to the District on an as needed basis, for the period of July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2022, in an amount not to exceed $300,000.00 per fiscal year.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
19-1230 1P.-35Amendment No. 1, Memorandum of Understanding and Engagement Policy - Fagen Friedman & Fulfrost - General CounselAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of Amendment No. 1, Memorandum of Understanding and Engagement Policy between District and Fagen Friedman & Fulfrost, LLP, Oakland, CA, for the latter to provide additional legal services to the District on an as needed basis, in an additional amount of $185,000.00, not to exceed $485,000.00, for the 2018-2019 Fiscal Year.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
19-1232 1P.-36Memorandum of Understanding and Engagement Policy - Fagen Friedman & Fulfrost, LLP - General CounselAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of Memorandum of Understanding and Engagement Policy between Oakland Unified School District and Fagen Friedman & Fulfrost, LLP, Oakland, CA, for the latter to provide legal services to the District on an as needed basis, for the period of July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2022, in an amount an amount not to exceed $300,000.00 per fiscal year.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
19-1233 1P.-37Memorandum of Understanding and Engagement Policy - Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe - LegalAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of Memorandum of Understanding and Engagement Policy between District and Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe, San Francisco, CA, for the latter to provide legal services to the District on an as needed basis, for the period of April 25, 2019 through June 30, 2022, in an amount an amount not to exceed $50,000.00 per fiscal year.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
19-1386 1P.-38California Department of Education Appeal - Alameda County Office of Education - District's Fiscal Year 2018-2019 Second Interim Report CertificationResolutionAdoption by the Board of Education of Resolution No. 1819-0216 - California Department of Education Appeal - Alameda County Office of Education - District's Fiscal Year 2018-2019 Second Interim Report Certification, ratifying the April 22, 2019 letter issued by the District to the California Department of Education appealing Alameda County Office of Education’s April 15, 2019 change in the District’s certification from “Positive” to “Qualified.”Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
19-0617 1P.-39Professional Services Contract - Elizabeth Arney - Charter Schools OfficeAgreement or ContractRatification by the Board of Education of a Professional Services Contract between the District and Elizabeth Arney, Piedmont, CA, consultant, for the latter to join Office of Charter Schools (OCS) staff on annual site visits to 10-15 charters from February to May of 2019, performing the following tasks: 1) prior to site visits, consultant reviews each school's data, raising questions to ask at the site visit; 2) at site visit, consultant is responsible for rating the school on the TNTP rubric, providing evidence for ratings, and developing a list of strengths and weaknesses for each school; 3) the debrief with the school leader following classroom observations; 4) at debrief, the consultant shares the strengths and weaknesses identified and provides suggested action steps based on instructional expertise, via the Office of Charter Schools, for the period of February 26, 2019 through May 16, 2019, in an amount not to exceed $10,500.00.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
19-0418 1Q.-1Public Comments on All Non-Agenda Items Within the Subject Matter Jurisdiction of the District - June 12, 2019Board, Public Comments (Summary)Public Comments on All Non-Agenda Items Within the Subject Matter Jurisdiction of the District - June 12, 2019.   Action details Video Video
19-0917 3S.-1Amethod Public Schools - Oakland Charter Academy - Charter Material Revision - Change of Admission PreferencesCharter School Petition AmendmentApproval by the Board of Education of the Amethod Public Schools - Oakland Charter Academy - Grades 6-8 - Charter Material Revision granting a change in admission preferences, as specified in Report, incorporated herein by reference as though fully set forth. All other terms and conditions of the Charter remain in full force and effect.AdoptedPass Action details Video Video
19-1274 1S.-2Charter School Facilities Agreement - Leadership Public Schools @ Castlemont High School - Office of Charter Schools (Second Reading)Agreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of Charter School Facilities Agreement between the District and Leadership Public Schools, for the use of portions of the Castlemont High School Campus, located at 8601 MacArthur Boulevard, Oakland, CA 94605, as specified, for the term July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2034, with revenue to the District as statetd in said Agreement.AdoptedPass Action details Video Video
19-1241 1T.-1Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) - Accreditation Status Report - District Schools - Spring 2019ReportPresentation to the Board of Education by the Superintendent of Schools, or designee, of a Status Report on Accreditation of District Schools, as of Spring 2019.Discussed  Action details Video Video
19-1101 1T.-2Application for Provisional Internship Permit – California Commission on Teacher Credentialing - Named Employees for School Year 2018-2019ResolutionApproval by the Board of Education of Resolution No. 1819-0157 - Application for Provisional Internship Permit - California Commission on Teacher Credentialing - Named Employees for School Year 2018-2019: 1. Danielle Gerena, K - 5th Grade English, Brookfield Elementary School; and 2. Imani Davis, K - 5th Grade Business, Rise Elementary.AdoptedPass Action details Video Video
19-0418 1U.-1Public Comments on All Non-Agenda Items Within the Subject Matter Jurisdiction of the District - June 12, 2019Board, Public Comments (Summary)Public Comments on All Non-Agenda Items Within the Subject Matter Jurisdiction of the District - June 12, 2019.   Action details Not available
19-0420 1W.-1Regular Board Member's Report - June 12, 2019Regular Board Members ReportRegular Board Member’s Report - June 12, 2019.Presentation/Acknowledgment Made  Action details Video Video
19-1254 2 Potential District 2020 Facilities General Obligation BondReportDiscussion by the Board of Education, of referral back by its Facilities Committee without a recommendation, given the $1 Billion facilities infrastructure needs of the District, whether 1) a new General Obligation Bond, shall be placed on the March or November 2020 Election Ballot? and, 2) If “Yes” instructions, if any, to the Superintendent of Schools pertaining to same.   Action details Not available
19-1409 1 Potential District 2020 Facilities Parcel Tax for Buildings and Ground MaintenanceDiscussion ItemDiscussion by the Board of Education, of referral back by its Facilities Committee without a recommendation, given the $1 Billion facilities infrastructure needs of the District, whether 1) a new Parcel Tax for maintenance of District’s Buildings and Grounds, shall be placed on the March or November 2020 Election Ballot? and, 2) If “Yes” instructions, if any, to the Superintendent of Schools pertaining to same.   Action details Not available