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Board Action Summary & Public Testimony 4-25-23

Board Actions Summary and Public Testimony 4-25-2023
Posted on 04/26/2023

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4-25-23 Board Actions Summary, Regular Meeting

Trustees Barrera, Bazzo, Hazan, Petterson and Whitehurst-Payne and Student Board Members Nepomuceno and Quitoriano were present.  

The meeting video is available at: https://www.youtube.com/live/HN4aQn9Ya2c?feature=share   

A.1. Call to Order, Roll Call, Establish Quorum

A.2. Flag Ceremony and Pledge of Allegiance - Point Loma High School Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (JROTC)

B.1. Adopt Agenda

B.2. List of Public Speakers, (available at: https://go.boarddocs.com/ca/sandi/Board.nsf/files/CR92KK02906F/$file/List%20of%20Public%20Speakers_4.25.2023.pdf)

C.1. Student Presentation: Hancock Elementary - A Community School (Canyon Hills Cluster, Area 1, Sub-district B)

C.2. American Heart Association's Silver Level Workforce Well-Being Scorecard Recognition

C.3. 2022-23 8th Annual SDUSD Recycling Challenge Awards

  • Elementary/K-8 School Category (100 points possible):

    • Winner: Marvin Elementary with 60% waste diversion and 90 total points (Prize: $750)

    • Runner-up: Sandburg Elementary with 67% waste diversion and 75 total points (Prize: $500)

  • Middle School Category (100 points possible):

    • Winner: Standley Middle School with 60% waste diversion and 92 total points (Prize: $1,000)

    • Runner-up: Knox Middle School with 60% waste diversion 82 total points (Prize: $750)

  • High School Category (100 points possible):

    • Winner: Patrick Henry High School with 55% waste diversion and 100 total points (Prize: $1,250)

    • Runner-up: Canyon Hills High School with 58% waste diversion and 72 total points (Prize: $1,000)

  • Most Improved Category: 

  • Hardy Elementary 43% percent waste diversion from 33% at the start of the school year (Prize: $250)

D.1. Report on Closed Session: None. 

D.2. Administrative Assignments:

  • Program Manager, Special Education, Area 4 - Anthony DeLuca

  • Program Manager, Instructional Technology - Derek Suzuki

D.3. Associated Student Body (ASB) President’s Report: Shaena Denize Dilayre, San Diego School of Creative and Performing Arts (SCPA) ASB President

D.4. Superintendent’s Information Report 

D.5. Board Information Reports

The Board approved the following major agenda items (5-0, unless noted; [student preferential vote* shown in brackets]):

E.1. Expanded Learning Opportunities Program (ELO-P) Plan Approval [ yes ]

F.1.-F.9. - All items on the Board Consent Agenda [ yes ]

G.2. Approval of Agreement with Council of the Great City Schools (CGCS) to Assist the District and Board in Developing Student-Centered Governance Practices [ yes ]

G.3. Approval of Re-Appointment to the Independent Citizens' Oversight Committee [ yes ]

G.4. Approval of Annual Resolution 75 Authorizing Designated Personnel to Enter Into Agreements, The Continuing Funding Application, and All Related Documents with the California Department of Education (CDE) for the Purpose of Providing Childcare and Development Services [ yes ]

H.1. Acceptance of Quitclaim of Easement and Right-of-Way from City of San Diego on a Portion of District-Owned Real Property at Paradise Hills Elementary School Site [ yes ]

H.2. Adoption of Resolution Authorizing And Directing The Issuance And Sale Of Not To Exceed $26,865,000 Of General Obligation Refunding Bonds (Series ZR-2), Not To Exceed $362,370,000 of General Obligation Refunding Bonds (Series ZR-3), And Not To Exceed $214,805,000 Of General Obligation Refunding Bonds (ZR-4) Of San Diego Unified School District, Approving Forms Of And Authorizing Execution And Delivery Of One Or More Bond Purchase Contracts, Paying Agent Agreements, Dealer Manager Agreements, Tender Agreements, Invitations to Tender, Escrow Agreements, Disclosure Dissemination Agent Agreements, Fiscal Agent Agreements, And Official Statements For Said Bonds, And Authorizing The Execution Of Necessary Documents Relating To Said Bonds [ yes ]

H.3. Approval of Resolution in the Matter of Emergency Waiver – Public Project Resulting from the March 27, 2023 Water Line Break at Canyon Hills High School [ yes ]

I.1. - I.53. - All items on the Superintendent’s Consent Agenda [ yes ]

The following item was heard as informational only:

G.1. Community Advisory Committee (CAC) for Special Education Semi-Annual Update to the Board and Data Report for Students Receiving Special Education Services

A Special Day of the Teacher Celebration will be held May 9, 2023. The next regular meeting will be held on May 16, 2023. 


*Student preferential votes do not change numerical official vote of Trustees.