Events & Live Meeting Video by selecting Board of Education Agenda
“eComment” or from the Legislative Information Center, as follows:
If before Sunday, click Calendar Tab>Next Week>Board of
If Sunday or thereafter up thru day before Meeting, click Calendar
Tab>This Week>Board of Education>eComment
If day of Meeting, click Calendar Tab>Today>Board of
Or “eComment” in bold on the cover page of the Agenda.
Written comments made on an eligible Agenda item, upon clicking of the
Submit Button, are immediately sent via email to all members of the
legislative body and key staff supporting the legislative body. Each
eComment is a Public Record.
NOTICE - RESUME MEETING ENTIRELY VIRTUALLY IF
THERE ARE PUBLIC HEALTH VIOLATIONS
If there are any violations of any state, local, or District health and safety
protocols or other unsafe behavior in light of COVID-19 by one or more
attendees that “would present imminent risks to the health or safety of
attendees,” then the Board President may recess the meeting. If the
violation is serious, if there are more violations, or if the violations repeat
(after resuming the meeting in person) or persist, then the meeting may
resume entirely virtually pursuant to Assembly Bill No. 361 and Resolution
No. 2223-0028E (Making Certain Findings Necessary To Permit Virtual
Meetings In Specified Circumstances). Prior to resuming entirely virtually,
members of the Board attending in-person will leave the premises (The
Great Room, La Escuelita Education Center, 1050 2nd Avenue, Oakland,
CA 94606-2291) and rejoin the Board meeting via phone/video conference.
No teleconference locations need be posted pursuant to Assembly Bill No.
361 and Resolution No. 2223-0028E. All staff members, members of the
public, and members of the media will need to join the Resumed Meeting
virtually using the link provided in the Agenda. If the Board meeting is
recessed and then resumed entirely virtually, it will resume as soon as
practicable but no earlier than sixty (60) minutes after the in-person Board
meeting is recessed.
BOARD OF EDUCATION PROTOCOLS
The purpose of these protocols is to provide a basic set of professional
standards by which the Board and the Superintendent are to function as a
team. There is no intention to abridge the rights and obligations of Board
Members to oversee the operation of the organization, nor to interfere with
the Superintendent with her role as the Superintendent of OUSD.
1. Every action by a Board Member should be directed toward improving the
educational program for students.
2. Every Board Member will exhibit behavior that is honorable, honest, and
dedicated to the success of the students and staff of the district.
3. Each Board Member is to be treated with dignity and respect.
4. Board Member Commitment will include: