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Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) Parent Advisory Committee on 2020-12-16 5:30 PM
Meeting Time: December 16, 2020 at 5:30pm PST
Closed for Comment December 16, 2020 at 5:15pm PST
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NOTICE - COVID-19 PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY MEMBERS TO ATTEND VIRTUALLY
NOTICE - COVID-19 PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY PUBLIC COMMENT @ THIS VIRTUAL MEETING
A. Call to Order
B. Roll Call
C. Speaker Request Cards/Modification(s) To Agenda
D. Adoption of Committee Minutes
E. Adoption of the Committee General Consent Report
F. Unfinished Business
G. New Business
G.-1 20-2525 Welcoming by LCAP - Parent Advisory Committee.
G.-2 20-2526 Discussion and Overview of Elections Process by LCAP - Parent Advisory Committee and Elections for Electoral Districts 1, 3, 4, 6, and 7.
20-2526 LCAP - Parent Advisory Committee - Overview of Elections Process
G.-3 20-2527 LCAP - Parent Advisory Committee - Announcement of New Members.
G.-4 20-2528 Discussion and review by LCAP - Parent Advisory Committee of Introductory Segment: - Review Meeting Goals and Agenda - Review Meeting Agreements
G.-5 20-2529 Announcements by: Community Advisory Committee for Special Education Foster Youth Advisory Committee District English Language Learners' Sub-Committee LCAP Student Advisors (All City Council) Committee to Empower Excellence in Black Students' Education Latino Parent Advisory Group
G.-6 20-2530 Presentation to and discussion by LCAP - Parent Advisory Committee of OUSD Reopening Plan and Return to In-Person Learning: 1st PART OF THE PRESENTATION (15) Guiding Questions: 1.What is allowable under California's Blueprint for a Safer Economy? Is what OUSD's reopening plan allowsdifferent or similar from the State's blueprint? 2.What in-person student support is currently occurring? 3.What preparations have been made for the safety of students and staff during in-person learning? (personal protective equipment, protocols for use of masks and social distancing, facilities readiness, cleaning protocols, health screening, contact tracing and quarantine procedures, testing, communication with families about preparation and protocols, targeted approaches to address challenges related to language, dis/ability, unhoused and foster experiences, disparate treatment of students based on race/ethnicity, parents/guardians who cannot be reached, etc.) BREAKOUT GROUP DISCUSSION (15) 2nd PART OF THE PRESENTATION (10) Guiding Questions: 4.How will different groups of students gradually return to in-person learning? What is the phased-inapproach? What is the rationale for how different groups of students will be phased in? 5.How would the proposed hybrid model of combined in-person and distance learning function? 6.What options will be available to students who are not able to return to in-person learning or whose families do not choose for them to do so? BREAKOUT GROUP DISCUSSION (15) 3rd PART OF THE PRESENTATION (15) Guiding Questions: 7.What are some ways in which the needs and choices of families could impact key elements of the plan?How are some early findings from the Fall Family Survey re/shaping the plan that was submitted? 8.What are some ways in which the needs and choices of teachers could impact key elements of the plan? 9.What will be the timeline and process for negotiating with the teachers union? BREAKOUT GROUP DISCUSSION (15) REPORT BACK FROM BREAKOUT GROUPS & DISCUSSION (15)
20-2530 LCAP - Parent Advisory Committee - Reopening Plan - Return to In-Person Learning
20-2530 LCAP - Parent Advisory Committee - Reopening Plan - Return to In-Person Learning - Connecting with Kyla
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