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Meeting Name: Board of Education Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 9/22/2021 4:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: INTERNET STREAMED (VIA ZOOM AND GRANICUS LIVE MANAGER) AND BROADCASTED ON KDOL-TV (Comcast Channel 27 and AT&T Channel 99) - LIVE - SIMULTANEOUSLY
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21-2215 1C1.-1Public Comment On Closed Session Items - September 22, 2021Board, Public Comment - Closed Session ItemsPublic Comment On Closed Session Items - September 22, 2021.Presentation/Acknowledgment Made  Action details Video Video
21-2209 1K.-1Public Comment on All Non-Agenda Items Within the Subject Matter Jurisdiction of the District - September 22, 2021Board, Public Comments (Summary)Public Comment on All Non-Agenda Items Within the Subject Matter Jurisdiction of the District - September 22, 2021.Presentation/Acknowledgment Made  Action details Video Video
21-2210 1L.-1Public Comment on All Agenda Items Within the Subject Matter Jurisdiction of the District - September 22, 2021Board, Public Comments (Summary)Public Comment on All Agenda Items Within the Subject Matter Jurisdiction of the District - September 22, 2021.Presentation/Acknowledgment Made  Action details Video Video
21-2015 1M.-1Postponement - Blueprint - Cohort 3 - Vice President Benjamin "Sam" DavisResolutionAdoption by the Board of Education of Resolution No. 2021-0128C - Postponing Blueprint Cohort 3 Decision to Fall 2022.FailedFail Action details Video Video
21-1895 1M.-2Report - Sustainability Advisory Council - Facilities Planning and Management DepartmentReportPresentation to the Board of Education by the Superintendent of School, or designee, of the Progress Report to date of the Sustainability Advisory Committee (SAC).Presentation Made; Discussed  Action details Video Video
21-2211 1N.-1Student Board Member's Report - September 22, 2021Student Directors' ReportStudent Board Member's Report - September 22, 2021.Presentation/Acknowledgment Made  Action details Video Video
21-2212 1O.-1President's Report - September 22, 2021President's ReportPresident's Report - September 22, 2021.Presentation/Acknowledgment Made  Action details Video Video
21-2546 1 Motion to Extend Time - Regular Board of Education Meeting - September 22, 2021MotionAdoption by Board of Education of Motion to extend tonight’s meeting time from 10:00 P.M. to 1:00 A.M., Thursday, September 23, 2021.AdoptedPass Action details Not available
21-2213 1P.-1Superintendent's Report - September 22, 2021Superintendent's ReportSuperintendent's Report - September 22, 2021.Presentation/Acknowledgment Made  Action details Video Video
21-2214 1Q.-1Comments By Collective Bargaining Units - September 22, 2021Board, Public Comments (Summary)Comments By Collective Bargaining Units - September 22, 2021.Presentation/Acknowledgment Made  Action details Video Video
21-2183 1R.-1Sufficiency of Textbooks and Instructional Materials (STIM) - School Year 2021-2022 - Chief Academic OfficerPublic Hearing Public Hearing, Report and Adoption by the Board of Education of Resolution No. 2122-0103 - Sufficiency of Textbooks and Instructional Materials (STIM) - School Year 2021-2022, as required by Education Code Section 60119 and authorization for same to be submitted to California Superintendent of Public Instruction.Hearing Held; AdoptedPass Action details Video Video
21-2181 1T.-1Oakland Unified School District - Student Vaccination Requirement - Board of EducationResolutionAdoption by the Board of Education of Resolution No. 2122-0012 - Requiring COVID-19 Vaccination for Students Aged 12 and Over, as friendly amended to include the words, at end of First Resolve Clause, “or for those individuals who qualify for a personal belief exemption”.AdoptedPass Action details Video Video
21-2078 1T.-22021 Significant Disproportionality Comprehensive Coordinated Early Intervening Services (CCEIS) Plan - Special Education Program Services - Chief Academic OfficerReportAdoption by the Board of Education of District’s 2021 Significant Disproportionality Comprehensive Coordinated Early Intervening Services (CCEIS) Plan* for Special Education Services. ___ *A Corrective Action PlanAdoptedPass Action details Video Video
21-2547 1 Motion to Extend Time - Regular Board of Education Meeting - September 22, 2021MotionAdoption by Board of Education of Motion to extend tonight’s meeting time from 1:00 A.M. to 2:00 A.M., Thursday, September 23, 2021.AdoptedPass Action details Not available
21-2316 1T.-3Amendment No. 1, Employment Agreement – Joshua Daniels, Chief Governance Officer - Board of EducationAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of Amendment No. 1, Employment Agreement By and Between District and Joshua Daniels, changing employee’s Job Title and Job Description from General Counsel to Chief Governance Officer, which shall be inclusive of his duties as chief legal advisor (General Counsel) and the additional new duties as described and/or assigned in said Job Description, Chief Governance Officer, with no increase in compensation, no extension of employment term and with all remaining provisions of the Agreement unchanged and in full force and effect, as approved August 14, 2019 (Legislative File Id. 19-1565, Enactment No. 19-1310).AdoptedPass Action details Video Video
21-1958 1T.-4Application for Provisional Internship Permit – California Commission on Teacher Credentialing – Named Employees for School Year 2021-2022ResolutionApproval by the Board of Education of Resolution No. 2122-0053 - Application for Provisional Internship Permit - California Commission on Teacher Credentialing - Named Employees for School Year 2021-2022: 1. Hana Hagiwara, 9th - 12th Grade English, Oakland High School. 2. Ashley Cunningham, 9th - 12th Grade English, Ralph Bunche Continuation School. 3. Rachel Talasko, 9th - 12th Grade Humanities, Life Academy; 4. Mayra Acosta-Villegas, 9th - 12th Grade Education Specialist: Mild/Moderate, La Escuelita/MetWest; 5. Mumum Barker, 9th - 12th Grade Biology, Ralph Bunche; 6. Marquise Cherry, K - 5th Grade Physical Education, Esperanza and KDA Elementary; 7. Danielle Dodson, TK - 5th Multiple Subject, Brookfield Elementary; 8. Mary Cielinski, ECE Education Specialist: Moderate/Severe, Bella Vista CDC; 9. Leonardo Garza, 5th Grade Bilingual Spanish Multiple Subjects, Esperanza Elementary; 10. Angela Jones, K-5th Grade Education Specialist: Moderate/Severe, Garfield Elementary; 11. Amairani Juarez-Mendez, 3rd Grade Bilingual, Melrose Leadership Academy; 12. Alejandra Martinez, 6th - 8th Grade English, Montera Middle School; 13. Sonia Rio-Perez, Kindergarten Multiple Subjects, Peralta Elementary; 14. Coral Valdez, 5th Grade Multiple Subjects, Manzanita Seed Elementary School; 15. Maurina Kirkland, 4th Grade Multiple Subjects, Garfield Elementary; 16. Justin Plummer, 9th - 12th Grade Education Specialist: Mild/Moderate, Fremont High School; 17. Christopher Rankin, 8th Grade English, Claremont 18. Erin Donevan, 6th - 8th Grade Special Education Resource Specialist, Claremont Middle School; 19. Kimberly Avalos, K - 5th Grade Education Specialist: Mild/Moderate, Melrose Leadership Academy; 20. Zashe Crockett-Demings, 6th - 8th Grade Social Science Elective, Bret Harte Middle School; 21. Khadija Graham, K - 5th Grade SDC Mild/Moderate Teacher, Martin L. King Jr. Elementary. 22. Ariel Dale, 6th - 8th Grade Business, Madison Park Academy; 23. Timothy DeLaney, 6th - 8th Grade Physical Education, Madison Park Academy; 24. Angelica Hillard, K - 5th Grade Moderate/Severe SDC, Emerson Elementary; 25. Yeris Majail, K - 5th Grade SDC Mild/Moderate, Franklin Elementary; 26. Diana DeRueda, 6th - 8th Grade English, Claremont Middle School; 27. Michelle Duff, TK - 5th Grade Multiple Subjects, Montclair Elementary; 28. Marcus Kahn, 6th Grade English, Claremont Middle School; 29. Vanja Miller, 1st Grade Multiple Subject Replacement Teacher, Esperanza Elementary; 30. Alejandra Ortiz Anguiano, K - 5th Grade Mild/Moderate, Melrose Leadership Academy; 31. Jessica Alvarez, 9th - 12th Grade Moderate/Severe, Coliseum College Prep Academy; 32. Keshawn Ross, 9th - 12th Grade Single Subject Chemistry, McClymonds High School; 33. Carlos Tapia Garcia, 9th - 12th Grade Special Education, Mild/Moderate, Castlemont High School; 34. Omodele Adesanya, K - 5th Grade Business, Sankofa United; 35. Peno Din, 6th - 8th Grade Mild/Moderate, Edna Brewer Middle School; 36. Eddie Heard, 9th - 12th Grade Physical Education, McClymonds High School; 37. Youssuf Sharifi, K - 5th Grade, Moderate/Severe, Brookfield Elementary; and 38. Taylor West, 6th - 8th Grade, Ed. Specialist Mild/Moderate, Roosevelt Middle School.AdoptedPass Action details Video Video
21-2071 1T.-5Application for Provisional Internship Permit – California Commission on Teacher Credentialing – Named Employees for School Year 2021-2022ResolutionApproval by the Board of Education of Resolution No. 2122-0056 - Application for Provisional Internship Permit - California Commission on Teacher Credentialing - Named Employees for School Year 2021-2022: 1. Luis Arroyo-Rodriguez, K - 5th Grade, Education Specialist Moderate/Severe, Howard Elementary School; 2. Nayiri Donikian, 9th - 12th Grade Social Science, Rudsdale Continuation; 3. Brendan Andrews, 9th - 12th Grade Math, Life Academy; 4. Valie Fukikawa, 9th - 12th Grade Teacher Librarian, Skyline and Fremont High Schools; 5. Alana Gordon Brown, 9th - 12th Grade Mild/Moderate, Castlemont; 6. Stephen Aguayo, 9th - 12th Grade Mild/Moderate, Madison Park Upper; 7. Dionshanee Campbell, 9th - 12th Grade Mild/Moderate, MetWest; 8. April Rojas, 9th - 12th Grade Mild/Moderate, Life Academy; 9. Tammy Summers, 9th - 12th Grade Moderate/Severe, Castlemont; 10. Michael Morales, 9th - 12th Grade Math; 11. Josephine Chapman, 9th - 12th Grade PE, Madison Park Academy; 12. Caren Corely, K - 5th Grade Mild/Moderate, Lockwood STEAM; 13. Dyendis Davis, K - 5th Grade Multiple Subject, Sequoia; 14. Timothy Dutton, K - 5th Grade Multiple Subject, Joaquin Miller; 15. Joel Hamburger, K - 5th Grade Multiple Subject, Redwood Heights; 16. Vanessa Jennings, K - 5th Grade, Markham 17. Therese Laux, 6th - 8th Grade Computer Science, West Oakland Middle School; 18. Robert Lu, K - 5th Grade Mild/Moderate, Joaquin Miller; 19. Mathew Merin, 6th - 8th Grade Mild/Moderate, Frick; 20. Paola Segura, 6th - 8th Grade Art, Roosevelt; 21. Pleshae Knight, K-8th Grade Moderate/Severe, Brookfield; 22. Rachel Berelson, K - 5th Grade Multiple Subject, Oakland Academy of Knowledge; 23. Liliana Barajas, K - 5th Grade Multiple Subject, Cleveland; and 24. Whitney Redd, K - 5th Grade Multiple Subject, Lockwood STEAM; 25. Aviv Boss, K - 12th Grade Education Specialist Moderate/Severe, Programs for Exceptional Children; and 26. Julio Rodriguez, K - 12th Grade Education Specialist Mild/Moderate, Programs for Exceptional Children.AdoptedPass Action details Video Video
21-2072 1T.-6Application for Variable Term Waiver – CBEST, BCLAD and Program - California Commission on Teacher Credentialing - Named Employees for School Year 2021-2022ResolutionApproval by the Board of Education of Resolution No. 2122-0057 - Application for Variable Term Program Waiver - CBEST, BCLAD and Program - California Commission on Teacher Credentialing - Named Employees for School Year 2021-2022: 1. Genisis Pantoja, 5th Grade, Global Family; 2. Ruben Gomez Campos, K - 5th Grade Art Prep, Hillcrest; 3. Ana Isabel Valero Fuentes, 4th Grade Bilingual, Global Family; 4. Stephanie Berry, 9th - 12th Grade Mild/Moderate, Madison Park Upper; 5. Marcie Bias, 9th - 12th Grade English, Oakland High School; 6. Doris Soch, 9th - 12th Grade Mild/Moderate, MetWest; 7. Arlenn Galvan, 9th - 12th Grade Math, Community College Prep Academy; 8. Celia Ruelas Ramirez, STIP Sub, Rudsdale; 9. Regina Grayson, 9th - 12th Grade Social Science, Madison Park Academy; 10. Vincent Salazar, 9th - 12th Grade Social Science, Dewey High School; 11. Reeshma Anderson, K - 5th Mild/Moderate, Garfield Elementary; 12. Paul Johnson, 6th - 8th Grade English, West Oakland Middle School; 13. Kevin Robinson, 6th - 8th Grade Music, Urban Promise Academy; 14. Ebonee Chambers, K - 5th Moderate/Severe, Lockwood STEAM; 15. Zashe Cockett-Demings, 6th - 8th Grade Social Science, Brete Harte; 16. Gerri Hofstetter, K - 5th Grade Moderate/Severe, Grass Valley; 17. Nekeya Murray, 6th - 8th Grade Mild/Moderate, Montera Middle School; 18. Angelita Williams, K - 5th Grade Prep Instructional Technology, Carl B. Munck; 19. Chance Ward, 6th - 8th Grade English, Elmhurst United; 20. Youssuf Sharifi, K - 5th Grade Moderate/Severe, Brookfield Elementary; 21. Whitney Ligon, 6th - 8th Grade Mild/Moderate Montera Middle School; 22. Lisa Woodruff, K - 5th Grade Mild/Moderate, East Oakland Pride Elementary; 23. Ajman Adil, K - 5th Grade Mild/Moderate SDC Teacher, Piedmont; 24. Jenell Marshall, K - 12th Grade Substitute Teacher; 25. Ahlad Reddy, K - 12th Grade Substitute Teacher; 26. Laurensius Rivera, K - 12th Grade Substitute Teacher; 27. Chanthan Kiev, K - 12th Grade Substitute Teacher; 28. Luis Hernandez, K - 12th Grade Substitute Teacher; 29. Warren Donegan, K - 12th Grade Substitute Teacher; 30. Courtney Bean, K - 12th Grade Substitute Teacher; 31. Morgan Turner, K - 12th Grade Substitute Teacher; 32. Frank Agodi, K - 12th Grade Substitute Teacher; 33. Darius Nerceessian, K - 12th Grade Substitute Teacher; 34. Julie Cabrera, K - 12th Grade Education Specialist, Visual Impairment, Programs for Exceptional Children; 35. Erica Richardson, K - 12th Grade Music, Academic Innovation; 36. Carlton Walton, K - 12th Grade Education Specialist Mild/Moderate, Programs for Exceptional Children; and 37. Danielle Mays, K - 12th Grade Music, Academic Innovation.AdoptedPass Action details Video Video
21-2351 1T.-7District "Brown Act" Legislative Bodies - Virtual Meetings - General CounselResolutionAdoption by the Board of Education of Resolution No. 2122-0014 - Making Certain Findings Necessary to Permit Virtual Meetings in Specified Circumstances.AdoptedPass Action details Video Video
21-2047 1V.-1First Amendment, Agreement With T-Mobile USA, Inc. - Technology Services DepartmentAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of First Amendment, T-Mobile Project 10Million Agreement (Program) dated July 1, 2021, by and between District and T-Mobile USA, Inc., Bellevue, VA, deleting Section 5 of the Agreement in its entirety and replacing it with New Section 5, effectively for latter to provide additional student hot spot services and associated cellular service, for a combined total of 10,000 lines of Service, for the period September 23, 2021 thru June 30, 2026, for a cumulative amount not to exceed $2,334,000.00, not exceeding $466,800.00 annually.   Action details Not available
21-1808 1V.-2Agreement Between Owner and Contractor - Competitively Bid – Everlast Development Inc. – Thurgood Marshall Elementary School Vegetation Fire Management Project – Department of Buildings & GroundsAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of Agreement Between Owner and Contractor by and between the District and Everlast Development Inc., Oakland, CA (“Contractor”), for the latter to provide tree services but not limited to cut, remove, and properly dispose of vegetation ground fuels along the fence line; clear weeds throughout site, including playgrounds, trim bushes and trim back ivy and any protruding branches along fence line and low hanging tree branches, with all services fully compliant with the Oakland Fire Code and Standards, for the Vegetation Fire Management Project, at Thurgood Marshall Elementary School, in the amount of $9,200.00, which includes a contingency of $3,000.00, as the lowest responsive, responsible bidder and rejecting all other bids, if any, with the work anticipated to commence on July 26, 2021, and scheduled to last for thirty (36) days, with an anticipated ending of August 31, 2021.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
21-1809 1V.-3Agreement Between Owner and Contractor - Competitively Bid – Everlast Development Inc. – Skyline High School Vegetation Fire Management Project – Department of Buildings & GroundsAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of Agreement Between Owner and Contractor by and between the District and Everlast Development Inc., Oakland, CA (“Contractor”), for the latter to provide tree services but not limited to cut, remove, and properly dispose of vegetation ground fuels along the fence line; clear weeds throughout site, including playgrounds, trim bushes and trim back ivy and any protruding branches along fence line and low hanging tree branches, with all services fully compliant with the Oakland Fire Code and Standards, for the Vegetation Fire Management Project, at Skyline High School, in the amount of $27,800.00, which includes a contingency of $3,000.00, as the lowest responsive, responsible bidder and rejecting all other bids, if any, with the work anticipated to commence on July 26, 2021, and scheduled to last for thirty (36) days, with an anticipated ending of August 31, 2021.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
21-1810 1V.-4Agreement Between Owner and Contractor - Competitively Bid – Everlast Development Inc. – Tilden/John Swett Elementary School Vegetation Fire Management Project – Department of Buildings & GroundsAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of Agreement Between Owner and Contractor by and between the District and Everlast Development Inc., Oakland, CA (“Contractor”), for the latter to provide tree services but not limited to cut, remove, and properly dispose of vegetation ground fuels along the fence line; clear weeds throughout each site, including playgrounds, trim bushes and trim back ivy and any protruding branches along fence line and low hanging tree branches, with all services fully compliant with the Oakland Fire Code and Standards, for the Vegetation Fire Management Project, at Tilden/John Swett Elementary Schools, in the amount of $17,800.00, which includes a contingency of $3,000.00, as the lowest responsive, responsible bidder and rejecting all other bids, if any, with the work anticipated to commence on July 26, 2021, and scheduled to last for thirty (36) days, with an anticipated ending of August 31, 2021.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
21-1811 1V.-5Agreement Between Owner and Contractor - Competitively Bid – Everlast Development Inc. – Thornhill Elementary School Vegetation Fire Management Project – Department of Buildings & GroundsAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of Agreement Between Owner and Contractor by and between the District and Everlast Development Inc., Oakland, California (“Contractor”), for the latter to provide tree services but not limited to cut, remove, and properly dispose of vegetation ground fuels along the fence line; clear weeds throughout site, including playgrounds, trim bushes and trim back ivy and any protruding branches along fence line and low hanging tree branches, with all services fully compliant with the Oakland Fire Code and Standards, for the Vegetation Fire Management Project, at Thornhill Elementary School, in the amount of $9,200.00, which includes a contingency of $3,000.00, as the lowest responsive, responsible bidder and rejecting all other bids, if any, with the work anticipated to commence on July 26, 2021, and scheduled to last for thirty (36) days, with an anticipated ending of August 31, 2021.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
21-1813 1V.-6Agreement Between Owner and Contractor - Competitively Bid – Everlast Development Inc. – Carl Munck Elementary School Vegetation Fire Management Project – Department of Buildings & GroundsAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of Agreement Between Owner and Contractor by and between the District and Everlast Development Inc., Oakland, CA (“Contractor”), for the latter to provide tree services but not limited to cut, remove, and properly dispose of vegetation ground fuels along the fence line; clear weeds throughout site, including playgrounds, trim bushes and trim back ivy and any protruding branches along fence line and low hanging tree branches, with all services fully compliant with the Oakland Fire Code and Standards, for the Vegetation Fire Management Project, at Carl Munck Elementary School, in the amount of $9,800.00, which includes a contingency of $3,000.00, as the lowest responsive, responsible bidder and rejecting all other bids, if any, with the work anticipated to commence on July 26, 2021, and scheduled to last for thirty (36) days, with an anticipated ending of August 31, 2021.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
21-1815 1V.-7Agreement Between Owner and Contractor - Competitively Bid – Everlast Development Inc. – Hillcrest Elementary School Vegetation Fire Management Project – Department of Buildings & GroundsAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of Agreement Between Owner and Contractor by and between the District and Everlast Development Inc., Oakland, CA (“Contractor”), for the latter to provide tree services but not limited to cut, remove, and properly dispose of vegetation ground fuels along the fence line; clear weeds throughout site, including playgrounds, trim bushes and trim back ivy and any protruding branches along fence line and low hanging tree branches, with all services fully compliant with the Oakland Fire Code and Standards, for the Vegetation Fire Management Project, at Hillcrest Elementary School, in the amount of $10,600.00, and a contingency of $3,000.00, as the lowest responsive, responsible bidder and rejecting all other bids, if any, with the work anticipated to commence on July 26, 2021, and scheduled to last for thirty (36) days, with an anticipated ending of August 31, 2021.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
21-1816 1V.-8Agreement Between Owner and Contractor - Competitively Bid – Everlast Development, Inc. – Howard Elementary School Vegetation Fire Management Project – Department of Buildings & GroundsAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of Agreement Between Owner and Contractor by and between the District and Everlast Development Inc., Oakland, CA (“Contractor”), for the latter to provide tree services but not limited to cut, remove, and properly dispose of vegetation ground fuels along the fence line; clear weeds throughout site, including playgrounds, trim bushes and trim back ivy and any protruding branches along fence line and low hanging tree branches, with all services fully compliant with the Oakland Fire Code and Standards, for the Vegetation Fire Management Project, at Howard Elementary School, in the amount of $9,900.00, which includes a contingency of $3,000.00, as the lowest responsive, responsible bidder and rejecting all other bids, if any, with the work anticipated to commence on July 26, 2021, and scheduled to last for thirty (36) days, with an anticipated ending of August 31, 2021.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
21-1817 1V.-9Agreement Between Owner and Contractor - Competitively Bid – Everlast Development Inc. – Joaquin Miller Elementary School Vegetation Fire Management Project – Department of Buildings & GroundsAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of Agreement Between Owner and Contractor by and between the District and Everlast Development Inc., Oakland, CA (“Contractor”), for the latter to provide tree services but not limited to cut, remove, and properly dispose of vegetation ground fuels along the fence line; clear weeds throughout site, including playgrounds, trim bushes and trim back ivy and any protruding branches along fence line and low hanging tree branches, with all services fully compliant with the Oakland Fire Code and Standards, for the Vegetation Fire Management Project, at Joaquin Miller Elementary School, in the amount of $22,700.00, which includes a contingency of $3,000.00, as the lowest responsive, responsible bidder and rejecting all other bids, if any, with the work anticipated to commence on July 26, 2021, and scheduled to last for thirty (36) days, with an anticipated ending of August 31, 2021.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
21-1819 1V.-10Agreement Between Owner and Contractor - Competitively Bid – Everlast Development Inc. – King Estates Middle School Vegetation Fire Management Project – Department of Buildings & GroundsAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of Agreement Between Owner and Contractor by and between the District and Everlast Development Inc., Oakland, CA (“Contractor”), for the latter to provide tree services but not limited to cut, remove, and properly dispose of vegetation ground fuels along the fence line; clear weeds throughout site, including playgrounds, trim bushes and trim back ivy and any protruding branches along fence line and low hanging tree branches, with all services fully compliant with the Oakland Fire Code and Standards, for the Vegetation Fire Management Project, at King Estates Middle School, in the amount of $14,600.00, which includes a contingency of $3,000.00, as the lowest responsive, responsible bidder and rejecting all other bids, if any, with the work anticipated to commence on July 26, 2021, and scheduled to last for thirty (36) days, with an anticipated ending of August 31, 2021.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
21-1820 1V.-11Agreement Between Owner and Contractor - Competitively Bid – Everlast Development Inc. – Montclair Elementary School Vegetation Fire Management Project – Department of Buildings & GroundsAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of Agreement Between Owner and Contractor - by and between the District and Everlast Development Inc., - Oakland, CA (“Contractor”), for the latter to provide tree services but not limited to cut, remove, and properly dispose of vegetation ground fuels along the fence line; clear weeds throughout site, including playgrounds, trim bushes and trim back ivy and any protruding branches along fence line and low hanging tree branches, with all services fully compliant with the Oakland Fire Code and Standards, for the Vegetation Fire Management Project, at Montclair Elementary School, in the amount of $9,200.00, which includes a contingency of $3,000.00, as the lowest responsive, responsible bidder and rejecting all other bids, if any, with the work anticipated to commence on July 26, 2021, and scheduled to last for thirty (36) days, with an anticipated ending of August 31, 2021.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
21-1974 1V.-12Agreement for Engineering Services - Atlas Technical Consultants, LLC - Cole Administration Center Project - Division of Facilities Planning and ManagementAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of Agreement for Engineering Services by and between the District and Atlas Technical Consultants, LLC, Oakland, CA, for the latter to provide geotechnical engineering and observation services to include, but limited to submittal reviews and response to geotechnical-related RFIs; attend project manager meetings and site visits for geotechnical consultations; sampling and laboratory testing of subgrade and fill; observation and moisture/density testing; coordination and engineer’s review of daily field reports (DFRs) [Exhibit C], for the Cole Administration Center Project, in the not-to-exceed amount of $49,908.10, which includes a contingency fee of $4,537.10, with work scheduled to commence on September 23, 2021, and scheduled to end December 31, 2023.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
21-2073 1V.-13Creation of Job Description – Supervisor, Warehouse and Distribution - Talent/Human Resources DepartmentResolutionAdoption by the Board of Education of Resolution No. 2122-0058 - Creation of Job Description - Supervisor, Warehouse and Distribution.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
21-1997 1V.-14Contract to Provide and/or Arrange for Approved Medical Personnel - Bruce Valentine - Oakland Athletic League - Community Schools and Student Services DepartmentAgreement or ContractRatification by the Board of Education of Contract to Provide and/or Arrange for Approved Medical Personnel by and between the District, on behalf of the Oakland Athletic League, and Bruce Valentine, Castro Valley, CA, for the latter to coordinate the scheduling and provision of Approved Medical Personnel for Oakland Athletic League (OAL) at high school sports events designated in advance by OAL at sites located within the OAL geographic region, for up to 340 hours at $60.00 per hour, for the period July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022, in an amount not to exceed $20,400.00.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
21-2046 1V.-15Second Amendment, Grant Agreement - City of Oakland - Oakland Fund for Children and Youth - Summer Pre-K Program - Community Schools and Student Services DepartmentAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of Amendment No. 2, Grant Agreement by and between the City of Oakland and the District, with the latter accepting an additional $58,200.00, increasing grant amount from $199,087.00 to $257,287.00, for OUSD Summer Pre-K Program, from the Oakland Fund for Children and Youth, and extending the grant period of July 1, 2019 through May 31, 2021 to May 31, 2022. All other terms and conditions of the Agreement remain in full force and effect.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
21-2172 1V.-16Services Agreement 2021-2022 - No Cost - Leaders Up - Adult and Career Education DepartmentAgreement or ContractRatification by the Board of Education of a Services Agreement 2021-2022 - No Cost by and between the District and Leaders Up, Los Angeles, CA, for the latter to provide Job Search assistance to Oakland Adult and Career Education (OACE) students; host hiring events to bring employers and skilled students together for real-time engagement in the employment process and other services, as set forth in Exhibit A, incorporated herein by reference, via the Oakland Adult and Career Education Department, for the period of July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2024, at no cost to the District.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
21-2173 1V.-17Services Agreement 2021-2022 - No Cost - Love Never Fails - Adult and Career Education DepartmentAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of a Services Agreement 2021-2022 - No Cost by and between the District and Love Never Fails, Dublin, CA, for the latter to provide the College and Career Readiness classes with the services of instructors for agreed upon hours to meet the needs of students, as described in Exhibit A, incorporated herein by reference as though fully set forth, for Oakland Adult and Career Education (OACE) students, via the OACE Department, for the period of July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2024, at no cost to the District.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
21-2182 1V.-18Lease Agreement - Green Schoolyard at Bridges Academy - General CounselAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of Lease Agreement by and between Trust for Public Land and the District to help the former be awarded a Statewide Park Program Proposition 68 Grant to develop a green schoolyard at Bridges Academy and for the former to perform community outreach, design, and construction of green schoolyard improvements, with a term of 30 years (September 9, 2021 - September 9, 2051).Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
21-1993 1V.-19Appointment - Representative to District Authorized Charter Schools Governing Board - Charters CommitteeMotionApproval by the Board of Education, upon recommendation of the Charters Committee, of the appointment of Shannon Ortland to BayTech Charter School Governing Board as District Representative.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
21-2369 1V.-20Minutes - Board of Education - Regular Meeting - August 11, 2021Minutes, Board of EducationRatification by the Board of Education of its Regular Meeting Minutes of August 11, 2021, prepared by Staff shortly after said Meeting.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
21-2370 1V.-21Minutes - Board of Education - Regular Meeting - August 25, 2021Minutes, Board of EducationRatification by the Board of Education of its Regular Meeting Minutes of August 25, 2021, prepared by Staff shortly after said Meeting.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
21-1871 1V1.-1Change Order No. 1, Agreement Between Owner and Contractor – District and Mar Con Builders – Acorn Woodland Elementary School Playmatting Installation Project – Division of Facilities Planning and ManagementAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of Change Order No. 1, Agreement Between Owner and Contractor by and between District and Mar Con Builders, Oakland, CA, for the installation of rubber sheeting for the preparation of the site playmatting, for the Acorn Woodland Elementary School Playmatting Installation Project, in the amount of $3,309.48, increasing the Agreement price from $113,200.00 to $116,509.48, and extending the term of Agreement from September 16, 2020 through October 31, 2020 to November 10, 2020. All other terms and conditions of the Agreement remain in full force and effect.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
21-1907 1V1.-2Change Order No. 1, Agreement Between Owner and Contractor - District and Mar Con Builders – Emerson Child Development Center Playmatting Installation Project – Division of Facilities Planning and ManagementAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of Change Order No. 1, Agreement Between Owner and Contractor by and between the District and Mar Con Builders, Oakland, CA, for the contractor to perform Site Scan and Prep for the installation of new Soft Surface Tiles, for the Emerson Child Development Center Playmatting Installation Project, in the amount of $2,117.00, increasing the Agreement price from $57,600.00 to $59,717.00 and extending the Agreement term, by 207 calendar days, from September 16, 2020 through October 31, 2022 to May 26, 2021. All other terms and conditions of the Agreement remain in full force and effect.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
21-1908 1V1.-3Change Order No. 1, Agreement Between Owner and Contractor – District and Mar Con Builders – Global Family Elementary School Playmatting Installation Project – Division of Facilities Planning and ManagementAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of Change Order No. 1, Agreement Between Owner and Contractor by and between the District and Mar Con Builders, Oakland, CA, for the additional utility site scan for new playground location, installation of asphalt, cover the existing drain with metal grade plug and fill with asphalt on previous playground location, for the Global Family Elementary School Playmatting Installation Project, in the amount of $12,122.87, increasing the Agreement price from $88,320.00 to $100,442.87 and extending the Agreement term by 212 days, from September 16, 2020 through October 31, 2020 to May 31, 2021.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
21-1985 1V1.-4Agreement Between Owner and Contractor – N.V. Heathorn Company– The Center at Foster 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 N.V. Heathorn Company, Concord, CA, for the latter to provide the latter to remove the stainless-steel chemical pipe to the steam header, install caps, remove insulation on the feed water tank to expose nipple, drain tank, route stainless steel pipe on ( E ) hangers to feed water tank, install new check valve and repair insulation, with services including all work described in the July 12, 2021, proposal attached to this Agreement as Exhibit A, for the Center at Foster Project, in the amount of $16,346.00, with work scheduled to commence on September 23, 2021, and scheduled to last until December 31, 2021.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
21-2005 1V1.-5Change Order No.1, Agreement Between Owner and Contractor - District and Redgwick Construction Company – Sherman Elementary School Playmatting Installation Project – Division of Facilities Planning and ManagementAgreement or ContractApproval by the Board of Education of Change Order No. 1, Agreement Between Owner and Contractor by and between the District and Redgwick Construction Company, Oakland, CA, for the latter to order and install New Added Pieces to Plate Structure [in order to be age appropriate for ages 2-12], for the Sherman Elementary School Playmatting Installation Project, in the amount of $48,134.11 increasing the Agreement price from $203,900.00 to $252,034.11 and extending the term, by 197 days, from September 16, 2020 through November 15, 2020 to May 31, 2021.Adopted on the General Consent ReportPass Action details Not available
21-2216 1X.-1Regular Board Member's Report - September 22, 2021Regular Board Members ReportRegular Board Member's Report - September 22, 2021.Presentation/Acknowledgment Made  Action details Video Video
21-1778 1Y.-1Implementation Status - 2021-2022 School Year Work Plan - Board of EducationDiscussion ItemReview and implementation status of the adopted 2021-2022 School Year Work Plan - Board of Education.Discussed  Action details Not available
21-2217 1Z.-1Additional Public Comment On Agenda Items (W-Y)Board, Public Comments (Summary)Additional Public Comment On Agenda Items (W-Y) - September 22, 2021.Presentation/Acknowledgment Made  Action details Not available