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they teend interfere with the equipment in the room and can we please rise for the pledge of allegiance? >> i pledge allegiance to the flag of the united states of america and to the republic, for which it stands, one nation, under god, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. >> i would like tacall roll call. >> thank you inspector. >> president loftus, here. vice president turman is excued. commissioner marshall, here. commissioner dajesus ask
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excused. commissioner [inaudible] is in route-you have a quorum also with us tonight is cheer of police cheer suhr and joyce hicks >> welcome to the august 5th police commission meeting. for those watching at home the view from up here is something, we vapacked house tonight. beautiful faces that have been here for much of the summer. california law enforcement suffered a tairl loss last week at the hay word police department and ask my colleagues to adjourn the meeting in memory of [inaudible] please call the first line item. >> item one, jenual public comment. the public is welcome to klaess the commission
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regarding itemsthality that are not on the agenda. speakers shall address remarks as a whole and not individual commissioners or department or occ personnel. during public comment neither police or occ personnel nor commissioners are required to respond to questions but may provide a brief response. commissioners and occ personnel should rerain from entering into any debates or discussion with speakers during public comment. >> this is general public comment so anyone have public comment on anything that isn't on the agenda tonight? good evening and welcome. >> [inaudible] we had to prepare video on how this can effect communities and the future leading to the
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hypothetical and potential [inaudible] [music] thank you.
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>> thank you for that work. welcome >> my name is diaunt a and from community engagement [inaudible] what we did this summer is work would the kids own community events and we took them to field trips and what we did this summer, we engaged with our community by making bumper stickers and pens and stickers and we-with hash tags and [inaudible] on them. we vaanimation video to show. we have a animation video to show.
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>> community engagement team, our goal get people to [inaudible] youth live in differently. fillmore, western addition, bay view, mission, tenderloin and all other san francisco communities. living in communities filled with vivns poverty discrimination low income families gentrification and differences. the question, how do too get people to view the communities differently? step one, engage with community. volunteer at schools community centers parks [inaudible] step 2, giver back financially physically and financially. [inaudible] step 3, [inaudible] through social media outlets using hash tags, twitter instugram, [inaudible] hash tag western addition, hash tag our community matters, hash tag be the change in your
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communityx hash tag fillmore. you can do this. [inaudible] visit www.[inaudible] for more information and follow on facebook. magic zone. >> thank you >> thank you! is there any other general public comment on something not on the agenda tonight? okay, call the next line item >> item fwopressionentation from 234 community safety inturns discussion. >> so, welcome, i see shareal davis quhing to the podium. this is a presentation from the community safety inturns who have been here for many of the meetings regarding the questions we ask them to think about and help thunk through on recommendation for rescrutment of communities of color and trust between all of san franciscos communities and how
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to continue to talk about law enforcement in a way that all of the neighborhoods in the city see themselves in the department so we have some real extraordinary young people that give recommendation squz finds squgz talk 33 the process. i don't know if you want to say anything about this before they begin? >> i want them to get started. >> before you have a couple folders which have in the pink folder there is a sheet like this which is a rough kraft draft of a report of the work that has been done, the young people and activities. all and all there 7 cohorts that work would the community safety this summer, 3 from hope sf and in partnership with theo miller and this was a internship about skill development and about really preparing people to think about going into project pull or future grads and
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creating this pipeline where we sometimes don't see young people from had communities most at risk if violence and poverty and crime. this is focused on how to build better relationshipwise the police department so i do want to thank president loftus and chief suhr for being willing to engage and move if t it forward and the partnership. we were just talking and this is by far the best summer we had with young people, this age and the work they put out is amazing and like anything that you would probably pay something to do, so excited for that. i wanted to share stats with you. we did surveys in regards to how many of them would consider law enforcement as a career and we did that at the beginning we had about 66 percent of them
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said absolutely not and would never consider being in law enforcement and now we have 20 percent of them saying absolutely not so there was a shift and some have become recrurts. they are not thinking about it personally but recommendobe other people. we also had 100 percent say they now see law enforcement differently than when they first started the program and the other one i want ed to share is, did your opinions about law enforcement change and 89 percent said their perception and ideas about law enforcement changed so i think this is the beginning of having conversations how to have better partnership. they created amazing product squz the report givers a smap shot of what they worked on. i did want to invide theo miller up
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because he did a lot of recruitment. thank you for this opportunity and you are in for a amazing surprise tonight >> thank you mrs. davis >> i'm the director of hope sf which represents 4 neighbors, hunters view, potrero hill, sunny dale [inaudible] privilege tooz be here on behalf of the mayor. i love this young peep lt and want to thank you cheer suhr. we started this with the communities were experiencing too much violence and wanted the young people to be mart of the solution and wanted to think of career path ways for these brilliant young people t. is my privilege to find 40 or so of the best and brightest people and without further ado i'll bring up morken. we took a cohort model because young people learn well in teamsism
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we know the young men and women work well together but sometimes better separately. first morgan tucker who is the team lead for the females will come up. thank you >> thank you theo. i will sometimes take pictures of you guy. welcome morgan >> my name is morgan tuck er and fts the cohort lead for the female group of girl and throughout the summer we worked on a project to benefit the community relationship between theplice z people in the community so we came up with different ideas using social media like a app or instugram and face book to look and see what we can do to help bring more peep people in and would like to introduce my girls to come up. >> thank you for coming, my name is [inaudible] this is my
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cohort that consists of melody, [inaudible] today we would like to talk about the recommendation my cohort and i came windup to help better the relationship between the community and san francisco police department. we believe that in order to better this relationship we need to be able to share stories and get opinions that involve the events and actions in the community and i would like to have [inaudible] come up and explain how. >> thank you. welcome >> my name is aleana [inaudible] i created a app to -for police to keep up with the people in the community by giving them a safe place to connect anonymously about issues we are facing in our communities. this app will hopefully improve connection between the police and
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communities they serve. the app also have a unspoken voices column for families who face tragdied and would like to address the problems; next i would like to bring up [inaudible] appleton to introduce the [inaudible] >> thank you aleana. >> good afternoon. my name is mellied [inaudible] what i came up with is a instugram page for the sfpd to connect more with their communities. we thought as a group a way to connect to the communities is interact with them and we felt like an instugram page is a good way to interact with them by hosting commune tazty events and have
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them more often so if you want a sports day we recommend you can do them twice a month so the community can see you are consistent in what you doing and trying to create a bond. that is what the instagram page is about >> what is the name of the account? >> sfpd gives back. >> i followed it i did want know it was y'all. that is good, i was glad. there are great pictures on it. >> if you want the instagram ask me because i got it. >> chief suhr will ask for that later. >> at first people were not following the instagram page until i fallowed a bunch of famous people and got more followers. i posted a picture of a police officer, part of
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the sfpd and already got a comment saying how they feel safe being here, but i don't comment back because i'm not a real officer, you know, but think it will be helpful. >> got it, thanks melody. >> good evening everyone, my name is [inaudible] for our third recommendation was a face book page. face book is not only a place where people socialize with friends and families but it is great space to connect with officers in the community. it gives residence a chance to post special and positive moments they captured interacting with officers and it gives them a chance to--face book is also a place where it helps bring awareness to current and future events which will not only help residence
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feel security, it will also give them a chance for interacting with the officers. it will give people a chance to be open minded by cooperating or working with or socializing with police officers in the community while also creating a chance of bonding. already with the facebook page being like said red by over 100 people we have a feeling it will not only help change the perception of officers in the sfpd but officers all over the world. lastly, the facebook page gives a opportunity for communities to voice their opinion on a broader level giving more details for feedback and other comments that they have with the work the sfpd is doing in their community. thank you. >> thank you.
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>> hi. there is a skit to show how the app works qu how it can be used in different ways. this is called [inaudible] >> do you want to explain the moony thing? >> they had a accident and didn't know how to pronounce muni, so they said moony. >> when they hear moony they mean muni? >> ya. >> gregs a quite young man gets robbed on moony. [inaudible] the police capture the 3 teens but they are released the same week due to lack of witnesses.
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greg requests a [inaudible] his friends tell him about a app he can use to give anonymous [inaudible] greg downlouds the app and once he sees how it is set up he tells the police what happened and he has proof from moony. >> hi, my name is [inaudible] i also created a skit to show another way you can use the app. the video don't have sound so you have to read the words and watch closely. >> [music]
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>> [applause] >> welcome. >> hello, my name is [inaudible] we ran around the community asking questions. the first question we asked is how do you feel about the connection between the community and police department. the answer i got
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back [inaudible] stay away from the police because they were the bad people but as i grew up i know they were not so bad. the second question we asked is what are your thoughts about sfpd in general and the answer i got back-she is also part of the sfpd. i love being a part of the sfpd, there are so many good things we can do like helping people. [inaudible] ability to make connections some people don't have. i like going to different communities, meeting and talking to new people and seeing what i can do for them. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> the next cohort coming up is the recruitment group and want to acknowledge [inaudible] worked a little with the groups oen their video and they will
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show a snippet and share the link later. [inaudible] do you want to come up? >> hello everybody. this is a initiative to transform--sorry. my name is jerry johnson and my group came with a short film sla and documentary. we
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realize if there isn't a grood relaceship between the recruiters and recruited the compan won't work. we found out interviewing a bunch of people throughout the communities and here are a couple of their opinions and after this we'll give our opinions on how you can better recruit people or help the recruitment process go more smoothly. >> [inaudible] [unable to hear video]
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>> do you feel like police protects you? >> i think that is their goal, but no. i think that was [inaudible] but in the different communities that really need people to actually be there for them they don't have that. [singing] >> i say yes and no because yes, you [inaudible] you might hate me because i'm black or something. [inaudible] i know that is not true for all. >> how have your experiences been with police? >> [inaudible] bad experiences
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with the police. getting pulled over and not being explained what i'm pulled over for. [inaudible] >> i was in a interrogation room and that is it. [inaudible] >> what are wrour thoughts on diversity on the police department? >> [inaudible] being able to experience it and being a officer in that environment where [inaudible] i can talk to them better about it because i have seen it done. >> i want to see more african american people who came from
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[inaudible] change because they talk about the police and [inaudible] >> would you join the police department? >> [inaudible] i think about it sometimes. i sure would because the retirement is [inaudible] [laughing]. >> [inaudible] if that is what they want to do, let them do it. >> [inaudible] they never called me back so i gave up on that. >> what could we do to get people like you in the force? >> [inaudible] respond to
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something [inaudible] they can come out and impact day to day and you get to know them outside of just [inaudible] it creates a relationship beyond [inaudible]. >> we got to have a better relationship and have more programs going on. [inaudible] like boys and girls club in the ymca, talking about the youth and let them know they are on their side and they can be trusted. >> more involve would the community. i feel [inaudible] they try to give police officers to come around and [inaudible] community
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involvement is a big thing. >> [inaudible] to the community and try to encourage people to pursue a career in law enforcement. >> thanks for watching, hope you take this information into consideration to make law enforcement even more diverse. >> [applause] >> hello. >> welcome >> my name is [inaudible] and my recommendation to help make people in the sf communities
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more safer is to have young youth and young teens between the grades of k-12 go to different police stations arounds the city. at least one or two a month to get a feel of how the police community is. >> thank you mob nob >> my name is [inaudible] and my recommendation is to have local police officers coach local teams to get more acquainted >> thanks >> my recommendation for the police to have better [inaudible] is for the police to go into the local youth centers or where they have community meetings ask people sit down and talk to them and
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get a good idea what is like to join the police force. >> my name is angle and my recommendation is to do at least one bbq every other month. >> angel, i think we all agree as long as we are all invited >> [inaudible] my recommend is to use social media to make the police more positive word. >> thank you stefon. >> hi, my name is [inaudible] my recommendation for the police department is have a little and big brother mentorship program. >> thank you. >> hi, my name is tray von and my recommendation is to see more police officers doing community service whether that starts with [inaudible] because that is what i work on and
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[inaudible] i figured that is one of the best ways. >> thank you travon. >> mike [inaudible]. mine is follow windup qualified candidates and thank you for watching and hope you take all this into consideration of what me and my colleagues said. >> thanks mike. >> thank you jerry. >> thank you jerry and your cohort. thank you gentlemen. mr. wilson you are up and your crew. >> good evening, hope everything is good and thank you for taking into consideration all the projjects before us. my group is working
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on a documentary and took [inaudible] wanted to do police and community relations so we created the same thung, a documentary. it is a little lenty, there are 2 sides, one side is giving the police officers constructive s criticism and the other is what the community can do. >> how long is it? >> like 13 minutes, is that okay? >> ya. greg suhr, doesn't have anywhere to be. >> hello. my name is [inaudible] i'm part of [inaudible] and in the beginning of the summer we were present would the topic of police officers and the community and how the relationship recollect there was a lot of tension and hatred, so we thought of ways to improve this between the community and police officers. we went to different districts in san francisco, fillmore, bay
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view, richmond district and while doing that we interviewed pipeal of all age groups and different races. >> sorry, i lost where i was. i guess that is pretty much. we did a bunch of interviews and you will hear lots of good advice the people will tell you about and police officers that feel accepting to the criticism so hope you enjoy the video. >> thank you. >> [unable to hear video]. >> before we started the project our cohort wanted to
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create a documentary on a issue not a is prevalent in san francisco and the united states. the negative tension that occurs between police department and communities we entered several different neighborhoods around san francisco and spoke with [inaudible] our objectives is find positive and negative [inaudible] when we asked them what the first thing that comes to mind when they hear the word police, here are their reactions. >> [inaudible] they don't like black people sometimes and [inaudible] >> i hear police and the first thing that comes to mind is stress. >> [inaudible] a little bit of
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safety. tension. [inaudible] somebody getting shot. >> we can see there are all most positive thoughts when people hear the word police and that shouldn't be the case. in order to solve the problem we need to dig deeper. we want on to ask people what police officers are doing poorly in the neighborhoods and what can they do to improve on. >> [inaudible] they judge. >> improve on their word, they can improve on [inaudible] >> there should be a way to communicate. >> instead of doing more problem solving and [inaudible]
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>> i don't know who i would go to. [inaudible] >> i feel they are unequipted to bond to communities and don't understand. >> [inaudible] >> police officers frole the neighborhood a majority of people relate to people in the
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neighborhoods. we felt more people would be open to [inaudible] bridge the gap between police officers and people in the community. >> [inaudible] >> we need somebody to work with us and not be against us. >> we need police officers who are trained to use their weapon. [inaudible]
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>> active effort to engage in the community. [inaudible] >> every police officer should come outside and [inaudible] at least get a feel of it. >> people want to do something to help. people don't want police to come in and swoop in and try to save the day. >> [inaudible] makes it more
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difficult [inaudible] >> as the bad guy which they hate. [inaudible] every room they walk into [inaudible] there are the police like i don't want to be around [inaudible] >> i think the person to talk to believe [inaudible] on foot rather than in the squad cars the community relationship improves between police officers and locals. >> [inaudible] >> before we started doing it
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[inaudible] they got to know us as people versus just the uniform. it made a huge influence on the people [inaudible] >> we can walk for a hour at a time and you are just out talking to regular joe blow citizen >> another issue that needs to be resolved is who we choose to be police officers. >> people woo choose to be police officers are background in the military and so on and i think to a extents one of the challenges we are facing is it hard to transition from the [inaudible] >> if you take a young police officers that for example has been in the military for 3 or 4 years fighting for their life and in iraq and they choose to become a police officers you need to acknowledge the last 4 years of their life their reaction to danger is use their
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weapon >> however thrrks is one issue community and police officers think need to be improved >> if we do a better job training the officers than issues about profiling and so forth we believe will [inaudible] >> military training that they get, the first thing they are told is if you show up in all your gear you are already escalating the situation and guaranteed a violent outcome and don't think that is [inaudible] >> it is about teaching the officers that you are reacting to [inaudible] the activ ity and not the color of the individuals skins >> however it isn't just the police officers that need improvement, the community needs to do their part as well. people said they need to start changing their sevls in order to see change in the community. in order for san francisco to change lets have police and communities work together.
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>> [inaudible] >> we do need a lot of education, but at the same time the community needs a lot of education. >> selling drugs, [inaudible] we have a red zone and [inaudible] nobody respects the children. >> we as individual citizens [inaudible] >> nobody cares. >> we need to give our kids and young people [inaudible] we need to get them to understand [inaudible] >> as a community this is something i like to tell everybody, we got to come together to work things out. just because now there is a
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huge divide between the police and communities. >> i think we start at a very young age teaching kids how to handle problems. we all have problems [inaudible] but it is the way you interact. sit down, talk about it. don't necessarily go get a gun and shoot somebody. that won't solve anything, it just creates a continuous circle. >> [inaudible] >> community relations and relationship with the police, about the time we see them as outsiders [inaudible] we need to hold them accountable as well as hold ourselves accountable as far as what is going oon in the [inaudible] it doesn't [inaudible] abuse their power. [inaudible] >> they look like a suspect and approach them and look like
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they are reaching [inaudible] understand this is [inaudible] not necessarily a murderer trying to kill a black person, it is both ways. >> it is a really difficult shot. right now i think the job isn't necessarily meeting the expectations that society [inaudible] >> i used to do [inaudible] >> [inaudible] in the communities talk about [inaudible] >> don't be afraid to talk or ask questions. we are human [inaudible] >> i think just say hi, how are you doing, you will bridge that gap. >> there is only so many of us
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and can't have eyes on everything that goes on the city. >> [inaudible] we p you can't accept criticism from the public then we are in the wrong business because sometimes we deserve criticism. >> [inaudible] start at a young age the idea that police are all bad people with hopefully deminsh. >> [inaudible] it never like-i got to know the police officer [inaudible] >> this guy ain't doing it for the camera, he is helping out all the time. >> [inaudible] closer to them so when issues arise that may be problematic we have a better relationship established already so we get better communication. >> [inaudible] >> we have a number of other programs [inaudible]
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>> as a african american who grew up [inaudible] the reason i got into the job is because [inaudible] i still can't remember his name helped me out. [inaudible] out doing what kids do, breaking windows and stuff like that and [inaudible] you can't keep doing what you doing. i always [inaudible] >> there is a lot of work to deeinate only in san francisco but the united states as well when it comes to community and police relationsism hopefully as san franciscans we can come
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together with this change. >> i [inaudible] known for a lot of [inaudible] i love our community to see we are friends and [inaudible] building better relationships in communities of color and the police. i think any city can do it, we can. [music] >> [applause] >> how are you doing? [inaudible] my name is leroy [inaudible] a few of my colleagues and i came up with associations with the community [inaudible] one of suggestions
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that parent come together with policeman and they trade ideas how they can help their kids get up off the streets. >> thank you, leroy. >> hi, how you doing? my name is rickey johnson and i recommend the police to have more big brother and little brother program and big sister and little sister program for the community. >> thank you, rickey. >> my name is [inaudible] and my recommendation is take classes on how to be a more [inaudible] be respectful to one another as well as learning general respect. everyone should be respected as a individual but no one should be [inaudible] >> thank you, zang. >> hi, my name is novel. one of the recommendations that i have is to have police officers should commit to a certain amount of community service
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hours. >> thank you novel. >> hi, michael [inaudible] i recommend more police officers parole foot. >> thank you, michael. >> good evening ladies and gentlemen . my name is [inaudible] my suggestion is that [inaudible] for the police officer s and the community. thank you >> thank you [inaudible] >> my name is con rad lee and for my recommendation is for more police officers to approach us in a more passive manner. >> thank you conrad. >> hello i'm daniel. just to wrap everything up we want to thank you for watching the video and hope you take everything into consideration that we worked on and that
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engagement and communication is a key to best relations so thank you very much and have a great evening. >> thank you, daniel. >> [applause] >> that was the final group to present tonight. again, tremendous grat frud the opportunities to work with you all this summer and just in that short time frame of 8 weeks you can see they were hard at work. i do want to give a shout to commander sullivan and commander manx. commander ocell vun is amazing helping organize the visits and the visit to the academy and tactical and the department made a huge impact just going to the crime scene unit at 850. understanding it is more than just the officers in the car and getting the connections and getting to knew folks first
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hands maigs a difference. i want to thank president loftus and chief suhr and also want to acknowledge paul hendertion. he had a cohort that did work around prop 47 and have 1 thousand followers on the social media, so you need to step it up a bit. i would like to ask the commission to gave round of applause to these young people, they did an amazing job. i will let mr. miller [inaudible] >> thank you so much. bl dave us, i know the challenges facing the communities are not solved over night. i want to thank cheer shirr z commander osullivan. we had a middle school group of young man. commander osul vun thank you so murch. we thank you the partnership of inpolice
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department to pry to make the communities safer so thank you all very much. >> this is just-all in all we had close to 70 or more than 70 and that is a picture book to share and take a look at the folks participating and don't know if mr. hendserson wanted to say anything. >> since i vamicrophone. i just want to congratulate the kids. it is great we are hear list toong this but want to congratulate them because i know how hard they worked all summer. i remember summers, it wasn't necessarily what i wanted to do is do work and to be this focused all throughout the summer and come consistently to work with us adults on something i think is important and something they think is important and that is reflected in the idea s we see today, it is a a big deal. i
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want to thank the kids on the work they did and supporting us and i loved they had thousands of followers already on social media. hopefully we are friends with everybody and facebook friends and hang out. i think the ideas we got here are really powerful and impactful and will change what public safety looks like for the city and communities that they live in, so thank you all so much and the kids. >> thank you, mr. henderson. >> i want to open up to my fellow commissioners to ask questions or share thoughts. before i do that i want to thank cheer sure for his leadership, commander osullivan and commander [inaudible] officer jason johnson, shareal davis [inaudible] this literally was such a family affair and theo, in particular
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the kids that you brought to us, the recruitment efforts you did and the way you thought to give had kids the opportunity and the courage it takes. not everything police department in american will welcome youth most ravages with violence and say can you give ideas how we can do better so i'm very grateful for the courage it takes to ask that question and listen to the results and they have been stunning and know my colleagues probably want to say something or ask questions along those lines. >> doctor joe. >> so, i want to thank all the young people for getting involved and the one thing i don't like is when-this gives you a chance to see the other side, you know? malcome x once
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said find out for yourself. when you get involve jd find out for yourself you can make informed decision squz this process is giving you information and allot of folks get into trouble because of misinformation or lack of information so now you know more than before and that is great. i assume it will influence your thoughts and actions and then you will be able to tell somebody else something when they say something because they dopet don't have the information you have, but you got to get involved to do that and that is why i'm proud of you. the process of this tooks you to the next level because that is the process it took me to so congratulations for getting in there and finding out for yourself. >> [inaudible] >> i want to thank the groups.
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it is fun meeting with you before the commission meetings and you all learn one thf first lessens why the police officers we want to recruit. you want to help others. the ability and desire to help others is what i see come out of the group. great videos and good to hear what the people are saying. i made this invitations, people have been by the law firm and want to encourage you to become a lawyer so if you want to become a lawyer come to my law firm and i'll introduce you to lawyers. there is a lot of competition. >> commissioner hwang >> i'm so impress would the product you put on today. i have been on this commission about the year and shared with
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the chief, every week we have folks come here and point the finger and point blame and this is a group that dug deep and looked for constructive criticism and [inaudible] what is going through the back of my head is what is the next step? i think what you have done is kbround breaking for our entire country. this is a problem facing the entire nation so what can we do to take your recommendations and move it to the next step because don't know if anyone is talking about this stuff now in the same way you talk about the issue so really commend you for the important work you have done and moved by the stuff you put together. >> can i say to that-chief suhr i will reach out to roena orrisa to see about meeting you because i said specifically to the young ladies if they do a
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good job and impress the commission there is a look how to keep this going through school year jz move on the recommendations, the bbq and [inaudible] young people to help ororganize and get the right people in the move so hopefully this doesn't die in committee but move forward. >> shirly stold my thunder so i would say the old saying is the first outf of the jar is hardest >> is that a saying? has anyone heard that? >> if it isn't than are made it up. i'm so impressed how smart and talented this group is in putting together what you put together in the time. i see old friends in the room. one
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och the offers i make to all young people that finish a summers work is anyone that apply for a job now anywhere you want and want a chance and want a reference from the chief of police, i will give you one. and i'm accountable to that. i'm not saying it will get you the job, but it shouldn't hurt. but for sure i have written down and taken a ton of notes, we would love to keep this going and take it city wide, so one of the things that is suggested by other groupicize to have ambassadors around the city that already have [inaudible] i would love to commission this group as ambassadors to convene the forums and get the bbq and community engagement going on all around town and use you as
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point paired with cops so that again, we can just do the whole friends thing and get better connections. i tell you, really impressive and thank you and to president loftus and chairal and theoand everybody es, better than anybody would have imagined and we were hoping for a lot so, great. >> thank you, chief. >> i just wanted to thank you for doing what you are doing. one of the things that one of the recommendation i heard was being a big brother, big sister concept, but beyond the police department, you need to support each other and you need to insure this is just the beginning of a real long relationship because by supporting each other, you are going to insure no one is going to tell you you cannot do this.
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and, i really encourage especially the young women to think about a profession in the police force. so, congratulations and look forward to seeing you one day here. >> my last comment, i was hoping to put michael car the new director of work force development on the spot. chief suhr maybe we can work with him on the ambassador program and the notion that young people are ambassadors in the community and taking the knowledge they learned this summer to recruit or make people aware of both sides of the badge. >> great idea but you will have to be on the spot. >> the chief feels strongly it isn't a badge, it is a star so that is a cultural exchange moment. he corrected me
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infront of hundreds of people. >> it is muni not moony. >> i am totally saying moony from now on. >> so, is the last thing we'll wrap it up, i just want to say when we started talking about the program because when the chief said throw it together, we did. we have been in a conversation about how to do the most and remember one thing that was said to me is what will these kids do like 8 weeks, isn't isn't that a job? it was really, we took a chance on all of you that the 8 wook squz what you were paid to do under mrs. dave us and theoes tutelage would have results. you blew me aware. there are videos and things on the
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community and narratored and there was the funny thing with the moony thing even though it was a accident, but there are people that discounts youz because of the age. you just blew us away. it was honest, it was fair, it was thoughtful and there is absolutely nothing more that i could ever ask for as someone who considered policy and does this every wednesday and sometimes hears the hard stuff but rarey something as thoughtful you put together. >> this is how they really are and just don't get a chance for it to be show cased, that is why this is important. that is how they really are. when they have a chance to become involved with the process and give them the opportunity so kudos to everybody for giving the opportunity >> so we are not one and done, the chief agreed to sit down and work with the commission, what we want to do now is get
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back to you all about what we do with your recommendations. you have my commitment and the chief will write a letter of recommendation and this commission will take your recommendations and look at them and work on them and report back to you on what we do and do hope the process continues in the way that this continues to be a relationship as we move beyond and you guys all go back to school. thank you. >> [applause] >> so, now is the part where i say sergeant, call the next line item. >> we didn't take action. my city attorney wants to say any public comment? hearing none, public comment is now closed. sergeant please call next line item. kevin. >> hello. i just want to say thank you for giving these
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young people a opportunity. i had a chance to be a part of the whole process and being behind the scene squz being a part of their whole engagement, it was interesting for us to go to the new police department on 3rd and just sort of interact with some of the technicians and other people that are behind the scene and i was sort of new for me too but just to see them interact with all the law enforcement activity and community. more importantly how to [inaudible] about law enforcement and what that means and some of the young people are bright. they are amazing. i had a chance to know these young people so i'm looking for some really bright thing tooz come forth and think this experience sort of is part of that foundation to grow and have a whole different perspective on the work that needs to be done and do it in a positive way so thank you very much and i appreciate this whole process.
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>> thank you. sergeant. >> item 3 c, reports and announcements. 3 a, chief report discussion. review of rent activities and presentation of second quarter 20 [inaudible] findings and recommendation and ois summary >> good evening commissioners and public. i'll be very brief because i know that everybody is still celebrating that. we did have a sad incident occur on thursday morning about 5:30, we had a collision at lum bard and richardson where a one vehicle rear ended another. it wasn't known at the time why
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the second vehicle was acting the way that it was. the 2 drivers got in a pedestrian pursuit around the block and then the second driver walked off. when officers encountered the subject he was a very large man, he beat both the officers into the hospital. one of them suffering from a concushion. he continued east bount on lum bard and other officers responded and took the suspect into custody. some time after being hand cuffed he went into medical distress. [inaudible] the suspect was not able to be resusitated and passed at the scene. one officer suffered a concushion and is recovering, the other officer suffered
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injuries to arms and legs. it was discovered the suspect committed a homicide in sonoma county about a hour before the incident. we will wait for a toxicology report and cause of death. it is a very sad situation but the person ciltded in sonoma was in his mid90's. i wish i had a happier note to follow up the other item on but will leave it to that but go to the presentation second quarter f fdrb findings. >> do we have a presentation? >> ya. thank you for your
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patience. okay. thank you. president loftus, commissioners chief suhr, director hicks my name is sergeant john [inaudible] assigned to officer involved shootings vgzs. i'm here for the quarterly report which includes the [inaudible] and then an update on open investigations. you should
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have received i believe reports were distributed prior and you have those. um, the last fdrb had convened the first quarter, 2015 had convened march 31, 2015 so this was the second quarter fdrb convened tuesday june 23, 2015 and reviewed 4 caizs. the board reconvened wunz day july 1, 2015 to review a 5th case. the 5 investigations reviewed by the second quarter were officer involved discharge, oo 115. officer discharge oo 215. officer [inaudible] officer
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involved shootings oo 9. [inaudible] oo 4. as i said, the quarterly board convened twice so first convened tuesday june 23, 20s 15 with the numbers shown here deputy allah and redman and schmit and [inaudible] commissioner dadajesus [inaudible] lieutenant dur aunt ozand sergeant [inaudible] when the board reconvened to consider the 5th case the voter members with alee, redman, commander and manx for special operations. the other members were commissioner hwang, director hicksen perena
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[inaudible] and officer [inaudible] from the range. i'll go ofern over the cases reviewed and findings. officer avaurfbed discharge occurred 1304 hours february 22, 2015 on the 200 block of hal day avenue and in this instance a officer following upen a complaint of illegal imcampment approached some subjects in high thick weeds. as he iproached a pit bull not restrained charged the officer growling and snarling. he retrated falling down and as he fell he fired twice. the animal was not struck but [inaudible] it is one of the two subjects in the field were able to catch the dog and tie
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it up with a shirt. was restained, animal control took the dog in position and the owner was sited for the unrestrained dog. the discharge was found to be in policy. discharge oo 215, this occurred at a priveant residence in the city near [inaudible] and 35th avenue on april 22, 2015. approximately 1650 or 450 in the afternoon, a officer who is off deutaat home with personal weapon was [inaudible] to put a trigger lock on his weapon and accidently discharged it. he attempted to do the same thing and discharged it again. [inaudible] unintentional discharges and this was found to be not in policy.
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[inaudible] considered by the board, officer involved shooting 13-006 occurred april 17, 2015 on the 900 block of [inaudible] in this particular instance a officer responding to a call of a deadly assault and assault-the caller self reported he attacked his brother with a mu chety and requested a ambilns. there was a bleeding person outside, the officers were not sure if it is subject or victim at the time as they were conducting a initial investigation within a few seconds, the second subject ran out of the house carrying a large object the officers shot it was a knife or mu chety and turned out to be a claw hammer. the subjecktt [inaudible] fired the weapon. the subject was struck and deceased. that
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use of fire arm was found to be in policy. there was a issue that was discovered in the course of the investigation related to equipment and that was also addressed. the other-the second shooting that was considered was one that occurred at 19th and tear vel street december 30, 2015 at [inaudible] 2 uniformed officers from tearville responded to the area of the intersection. they heard oorlth unit vaurfbed in a pursuit that got caught in traffic. the officers believed a foot chase was about to ensue. got out of the cars, the subject-the driver of the suspect vehicle instead worked his way through traffic,
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basically wedges between cars. drove towards one of the officers who fired his weapon one time, struck the vehicles, the driver is note hit, he continued on his flight and was crashed near golden gate park and taken into custody. this was determined to be in policy. 14-004 occurred at bruno heights march 24, 2015 at approximately [inaudible] 4 uniformed officers assigned to ingle side responded to the park [inaudible] person arm would a gun. the officers located a man matching the description and held him. the suspect responded drawing a laser weapon [inaudible] the officers fired at the suspect fately striking him. it was learned that the weapon is a
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electronic control weapon or taser device. the shooting was determined to be in policy. the recommendation of the fdrb is the chief review and approve the recommendations. you have the letter from had chief's aufs as well as the reports submitted by internal affairs and believe you received those as well. the next fdrb is scheduled for tuesday september 22 and that is the status of the last fdrb. >> [inaudible] shooting investigations i will tell you this report was prepared before the occurrence on july 26, 2015 so we vanew case not on the
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report and paperwork you have and that is because it was completed prior. the previous report to you was presented may 6 and since that report 3 of the investigations were presented to the fdrb, i just described them to you and they are now closed and signed off by the chief, presented to you, you received the reports, and these cases are completely closed. in the middle of july we did receive 2 new charging [inaudible] for officer involved shooting 13-005 and 13-007. we received 2 from the da's office mids july so those will bepresented at the next fdrb. as of this report, this report there were 15 open investigations, 16 at the time. 2 of the investigations as i said the department received
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the district attorney charging kiz in 2 of the caiz cases. those caseerize being concluded. the internal affairs investigation is being concluded and presented next fdrb. that leaves 13 crimial investigations on going and all in revie by the office of district attorney so the new case which we'll talk about tonight in closed session, but that case is an active and ongoing investigation. we'll talk about it later but that one is being investigated criminally in san mateo county. just in summary of where we are at year by year date, 2013 investigations, two will disappear from this list, 006
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and 009. that leaves 003, 5, 7 and 8 open. they are on the same status awaiting discharging decision afor from the district attorney. 2014, 14-004 was closed at the last fdrb, all follow up is completed. that is a closed case and will disappear from the-lace. that leaves 14-002 [inaudible] awaiting a charging decision. >> sergeant can i ask you a question because there is a lot of zeros and want to-does that mean that there was 15 open cases, 2 we got a letter from the da, declining to file criminal charges that means that officially closes out the
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process and the 13 remaining are they all at the d a's office? we have done all our works is t is just the 14 open caseerize awaiting decisions? >> we are in a holding pattern awaiting the final decisions. everything is cued up based on what we understand from the case. once we get a final charging decision we'll finish the criminal investigation that is a matter of a couple weeks or days and i will finish our investigation so it will be presented a-the 2 we have all eter for will be presented at the next fdrb. anything else it if we get it a couple weeks before we'll present it and it will be ready togo >> thank you >> 2015, same boat with 4, 2015 cases in the report. the
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15-005 criminal 5 we'll talk about later and that is active and on going investigations both administratively personal investigations and also criminal. questions? >> colleagues? um, i do. the only question i have has to do with-i know we talked to chief about part of the concern i talked about for a long time, i know commissioner [inaudible] and my colleagues on the commission for some time said there is improvement for the amounts of time for the case tooz be resolved. is difficult on the officer and potentially families member frz someone they lost. i see smf thocases are 3 years olds so chief i
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know we talked about sometimes what comes out is a policy recommendation or training issue. i know there was discussion in there and don't know where we are it. if there is a opportunity to have a preliminary analysis recognizing we can't control how long it takes the district attorneys office to [inaudible] based on that conversation that happened at the fdrb and don't recall where we are in advancing that conversation. >> i spoke to [inaudible] about putting in a-with regard to any training or policy issues not to make a final determination as to policy and discussed to convening such a body >> great >> the bottom line is it is in progress and being kicked around and we are getting it
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worked out so it is something we are trying to do. >> good, i look forward to hearing more about that. there were policy recommendations and it is just great that those come out of it and the sooner we can get those in place the better understanding what is frustrate frg me and all of us is we wait for other agencies to complete something that would otherwise be complete. >> one thing we have done and have been able to do where we see we are able to bifurcate something or send somebody to training so the individual has a defixancy or something we can improve or get better at, we can take care of that. we bifurcated cases where we said there is a issue we can deal with internally much quicker on a policy issue separate that pursuit case for example that had a officer not involved in the pursuit is one we talked
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about. not involved in the pursuit was the [inaudible] learn from the pursuit and deal with issues from that. we are trying to do what we can in that way and trying to set something up that works and maintains the officers rights and everything else that works so that we can identify these things and get direction and quick feedback where we are able to >> i notice we are going in the right direction, the first case is stwo and a half years old, the second 2 years and the last is one year old. the 13 open oiss are the pieces we can involve and the ultimate fooinding is testament to your work sergeant so i think for take thg same questions from me every time. colleagues, any
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other questions? >> it is better than it used to be >> he says the exact same thing every time. >> [inaudible] pass the resolution >> thank you sarge ergeant >> any question frz the chief? okay, sergeant call the next line item >> item 3 b, occ directors rortd discussion, review of recent actirfbties. >> good evening director hick jz president loftus, commissioners chief suhr, memberoffs the audience. last saturday deputy director [inaudible] gave a presentation on the functionoffs the office of citizen complaints to a-class of cadets at the academy. last night occ staff attended several national night out activities at san francisco police department locations. to date this year the occ opened 46 case squz closed 392.
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between jan 1 and august 5 last year the occ opened 426 case squz closed 415. through july 30 of this year the occ mediated 30 cases compared to 33 mediated between jan 1 and july 30 last year. august 19 commission meeting i'll provide with statistical reports and that concludes my report >> thank you drether hicks any questions for director hicks >> please call the next line item >> item 3 c commissioner report and discussion. >> i will just begin with saying there is a few things the law enforcement appreciation night, i was proud to represent the commission with the giants and other law
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enforcement leaders. there was a tribute to officers who have been cilded in the line of duty. it was beautifully done and got feedback for the police department and tupt for families who lost a officer to come together and have a night and a number of officers from the department thrrp so that was great. there was a graduation, happy to be there and see other yuj people getting engaged. i was happy to attend bod acamera working group committees. they are run by member thofz command staff, commander mogesier, commander osullivan rfx deputy alee are doing a artful job. director hicks is represented. it is a diverse group of stake holders discussing and balancing a number of interests. [inaudible] acknowledged the
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policy has to balance a number of competing priorities and i was grateful to observe the discourse and dialogue so colleagues you will get the minutes from the meeting and will know who was there and what was asked and hope this will happen at the onedf august. we'll do 2 community meeting where the public weighs in but it is good to observe. i don't play a formal role other than watching deliberate and think they will give food for thoughts. thank you chief and members of the commands staff for handling that. we had a good meeting with the parole special. >> as many know the police commission basically supervisors the parole special program. we are involved in their discipline, the rules and procedure, picking the uniforms, the handling and background check frz hiring.
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president loftus was great, she met with myself and member thofz command staff and had a line frup the parole officer squz discussed issued about compliance and had them at the newplice head quarters, i think a lot of them enjoyed being there. we told them this is a important program but they have to follow thg rules and the city tone was present with us to explain the same thing. thank you president oft us. i'm the liaison and try to make the program better to insure they are trained. prior to 3 years ago the commission voted to let them go to the range and now have them do advanced officer training at the academy. it is a long standing effort and thanks for president loftus for being there. itb met a lot for
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the parole specialist to be the attention we gaichb it >> doctor marshall >> i wasn't at the last community meeting so chief, did you report on our trip to >> he wasn't there. >> i wasn't there either. >> this is our opportunity . >> i just want to say that the chief and i took a trip to washington dc, i guess it is about a month now, 3 weeks to the conference on police community relations and it follows what we are talking about here. it was 80 police chiefs from around the country, big and small jurisdictions and the interesting thing is each department brought a community person with them. it was-gave a pretty good snap hp shot of how people feel about what is
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going on in the country and got to [inaudible] for putting the conference on. they have done conferences i have been to before but there is nothing more timely in the relation between the police and community and take that topic on. it was a unique format, the community members speak first which took a while and then had the chiefs of police chic second and the third is a meeting of the minds. i thought it was great and i was -everything i heard was indicative, we want to-everybody wants to make things better. the one thing that does come out in a session like that is-what i'm going to say is makes sense to everyone, but whatever happens with
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regard to policing the community in a area of the country effects everywhere in the u.s. nobody looks at jurisdiction, all they see is uniform. it is what happened in south carolina or chicago or baltimore. [inaudible] and [inaudible] put together a report, which would be great for folks to take a look at when it comes out squand i think oakland chs there, sacramento and stauckten and bart was there. as a follow up, the chief and i talked about host agregional sort of piece to follow up. lastly i'll say the chief is a great traveling companion. he is fun to be on the road with. he is fun for me, i don't know about
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the rest of you. >> it was a great trip, but it was also-it was not-there were uncomfort moments. it was by no means like a puff piece. there was raw feelings and anxiousness, but it was good conversation and hear thg kids talk tonight, it really is a situation that is playing out all over the country and regardless where it is going on it is all the same thing, there is just greater need for staying in the conversation, so i look forward to following up and having a more regional discussion. the bay area was well represented and california all and all. la was there too. it was-not a lot of people always go to those things but
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the fact this was this well attended demonstrates it is a priority as it should be for everybody >> there are about 170 people from the department of justice there. it was a huge huge gathering and the fact he got all the voices in the room, he is very skilled with getting everybody- >> i have never seen [inaudible] he got called out by a couple people in the room when they didn't think he was facilitating it right and he gave it. >> i don'ts think he had much choice. we did highlight a number of things we are doing in san francisco and talked about this group there, so we put our 2 cents in to things we are doing here to make thijs better >> thank you for representing us there dr. marshall and chief. anyone else have reports? okay. sergeant
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please call the next item >> item 3 d commission announcement squz scheduling of #50i89 items identified for future consideration >> we have scheduling things we need to work out. colleagues this group asked for us to change the meeting schedule so we go dark on the 4th, wednesday and what we suggested is have the community meeting on the second wednesday. that doesn't work for our partners at sfgtv so we need to move to the 3rd wednesday. i checked with my source squz think it will work. we apologize we missed that step in the first place and should have consulted. in terms of this month, august is the month the board of supervisors are in recess. we are one of the few bodies continues to meet so we were going have a community meeting next wednesday but there were problemwise that and
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it is augand people are gone so we'll go dark next week and we'll be back on the 19th and sergeant-at city hall. >> september we move to the new schedule >> can you remind us of what the new schedule is while i'm choking? >> the first and second wednesdays of the month will be at city hall. the third will be the community meeting and then dark the 4th and if there is a 5th, dark the 5th >> september we leave it open we will have a community meeting that 3rd wednesday. if the body camera policy is in a place where it is presented to us we may slot in the first meeting in september to that slot and decide where we have that location. any questions about scheduling? did i miss
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anything, sergeant? >> just public comments on items a-d. >> i got swept up into the kids and did want to comment we had national night out last night across san francisco. it went from some very modest gatherings to over 1 thousand gathered in north beach i'm told by chief [inaudible] there were excess of 500 at ingle side and know bodecker park and [inaudible] were very significant as well as the tearival. we have all our summer jobs graduation, tonight was the momagic and the future grads and garden project, our cadet program which is owngoing and full staffed by the end of the month so all these things we did with the young people over the summer, i don't know if we are just overthat but
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pretty close to engage about a thousand young people since we started doing this a few years ago. we just started 5 sfpd and 5 oakland recruits and graduate the 244 recruit class a week from friday. we are hiring for anybody that is watching and interested, please apply >> thanks chief. is there public comment on items 3 a-d? hearing none public comment is closed. >> line item 4 public comment on all matters pertaining to items below inclouding whether to hold item 6 into closed session >> we areigate about the to go
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into closed session. any comment whether we are going into closed session? hearing none public comment is closed. >> i move we go into closed session >> item 5, vote on whether to hold item 6 in closed session including whether to assert the attorney client privilege with regard to 6 a, san francisco administrative code section 67.10 >> do have a motion to assert the attorney clineant privilege? all in favor? opposed? passes unanimously. we are in >> commissioners we are back on the recorderment just for the record we do still have a quorum. um, thank you sergeant please call next line item
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>> iletm 7 vote to disclosez any or all discussion on item 6 closed in closed session san francisco administrative code 6 avenue.12 a >> do i have a motion not to disclose? >> second. >> all in favor. opposed. motion passes unanimously. >> item 8 adjournment action itedment >> as i started off the meeting i said i would ask for a molegz to ijourn the commission in memory of scott lungger and had the fortune of attending the funeral services that had had to be held at the oracle arena. he has a beautiful family and will be a loss to the haward police department and community
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so ask to adjourn this meeting in his memory. >> all those in favor. opposed. we are adjourned. .
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>> thank you. this is great day a historic day i'm going to make it quick with this large historic budget i know we're all rushed to get what can to work we have san francisco and the exciting things we get to do i'm excited again for me and the supervisors for the department heads and commissioners there were many years we look at each other and said what do we have to cut and how to communicate with our communities about the highest priorities are and i know it is historic for many reaps but that this is the first time we've be able to enjoy a
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new cuts budget in the city and county of san francisco (clapping) that is really worth celebrating (clapping.) i want to thank the buyer board of supervisors for again unanimously adapting this yesterday so it we can get to work and implement all the things we've promised to do budgets are the revenues of the values of this city i know that the board and my office and the budget office and harvey rose and everyone 0 recognizes that for many, many years thank you to all the partnerships and deliver to the for the purpose of san francisco a balanced budget that september occupy our city a budget that reflects a lot of hard work between going and the people we serve i want to particularly thank our sxhoopd who is be able to make
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sure this has good leadership of the board i also want to thank a ignore to the i successful effort our budget schar mark farrell and all the budget and finance committee supervisor tang and supervisor mar and supervisor wiener and little entire members of the audience and thank you to supervisor christensen she gets to say this is my first budget signing and thank you to all the departments, the commissioners and community leaders and again, thank you harvey rose because you're able to find what the board needed and make sure weal doesn't compromise what we wanted that's a great job again you know this is a historic budget as i said and a historic time for the city because of fiscal discipline we've really had throughout the entire boards
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staff, supervisors and the departments and because of smart economic policies to focused on job creation, innovation and resiliency in our residents and our business community this budget we're making historic investments to make sure our city remains save and solvent for everyone so everyone will prosper our city budget invests in the pedestrian safety thank you to our public safeties departments they know we're a growing city the board knows that as well and our growing demands in the first responders be there and have the confidence of the public they'll be there any time something happens and sometimes before things happen we plan to hire 4 hundred police officers a hundred and 98
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firefighters 55 paramedics 369-1-1 dispatches within the next two years and we can all agree that save san francisco is more than just about pedestrian safety it is about strengthening our social safety net and this budget delivers with many members of the board said we have to make sure that we support our service deliveries through the nonprofits and support our homeless services like your navigation center the 5 hundred new unit that back up that center and make sure that center is the model it should be and expanding our programs for seniors and children and youth people living and working here can now enjoy like not other time in our history a liveable city that's why we're investing in $253 million in the capital
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plan to improve our streets and roads make sure that assess with people with disabilities are improved and make sure we were water wise investments and address our drought i want to say thank you, again to the board for helping us and me make inpreened investments in probably the great choice we've had more years and decades have been in the making for avenue, i 7, 8, 9 to thank supervisor farrell and is supervisor avalos in helping me to develop a funding package that invests hundred and $40 million for the new resources to prevent evictions we're not going to stop implementing last week the entire board we're sending to the voters this november the largest affordable housing bopped in the history of the
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city $310 million bopped that will not race property taxes in san francisco i want to thank every single one of you are for your support and partnership we're going to make sure we fix our public housing and speed up the production of housing and for families and seniors and veterans and, yes we'll fix every elevator we're in charge of; right? to him (laughter) we'll also continue to invest in the diverse neighborhood and community and infrastructure again, thank you again, there's a much i think thanks to go around for the elected officials here but the people that do the hard work on the budget have to present the right stories and the right connections and so i
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want to peppering give a special thanks to people that are deliberating involved in that budget to make sure that the right facts, the right data presented, that no matter the department asks for we make sure that is connected up with the strong policies of the city i want to say thank you to the controller's office ben rosenfeld and the entire staff for working with kate howard and her entire staff to make sure we're on the right facts, working with, of course, as i said harvey rose and his staff and make sure we work with all of the departments again, i want to thank budget chair supervisor farrell so for his leadership in building a collaborative relationship with the finance committee london breed your leadership is in1r5ub8 because your passionate about a lot of things you care
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about i know this budget is a strong reflection of the vails you carry with that, please let me have wanting breeding to say a few words and supervisor farrell and going back to work supervisor president london breed. >> (clapping). >> it's a really exciting time in san francisco i'm so honored to be in a position to serve as the board president during a time we didn't have to make any cuts to some of the amazing programs in our community in fact, we're invest more 2, 3, 4 affordable housing and infrastructure and transportation the things that matter to everyday san franciscans so today with this budget is signed by the mayor i'm going to be really excited and rev ready to work with the different
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departments to spend all the money to improve san francisco thank you all for being here and i also want to say to the budget committee under mark farrell's leadership thank you for your working with members of the board of supervisors to make sure that every single vicinity that every corner of san francisco is impacted in a positive way in this budget it was an amazing collaborative project with harvey rose a lesion he's been doing and work on budget before i was born i love to say that i never thought i would see the day to work with smoking gun someone he's truly an intervention and kate howard the mayors budget director she was amazing i don't know how she makes the numbers work she does a great job i'm excited we've
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got a lot of work to do your leadership in the san francisco ethics commission through this budgeted demonstrates that we are making changes and making ways to make the city and county of san francisco the best city it can be thank you all for being here supervisor farrell (clapping.) >> thank you london and thank you, mayor ed lee for your leadership you know if there were one theme of this year's theme at the board of supervisors was the affordable the number one issue we dealt with as the board of supervisors during the budget process we were able to make recorded investments we've never seen from at the board of supervisors specifically $25 million as a new affordable housing which tacked on to mayor ed lee incredible efforts for incredible relieve to san franciscans and make sure our city is the diverse city we're
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able through the process to make sure we had 11 co-sponsors the mayors 3 hundred and step outside the box million dollars affordable housing and the mayor and the board of supervisors i think this year yourself e during our budget process the incredible leaps forward to make sure that san francisco is secure this the future i want to say thank all the people first of all, my bucket committee members vice chair katie tang to supervisor eric mar supervisor wiener and supervisor norman yee thank you and to all my colleagues that played an integral role and harvey rose this is harvey's 44th budget in the city of san francisco so harvey to deborah thank you to you so much to benefit rosenfeld and his incredible team this wouldn't
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have happened to todd for this and mission bay i michelle and everybody a special, special thanks to kate howard the mirrors budget director it is difficult to over sate how much that of an impact it kate had to mr. cobb and everyone in the marries team and room 2 hundred to my office to justin a margaret to the staff of every single board of supervisors office thank you for your leadership as well is it happens together as a city father and mother and a lot of back and forth and i know this is probable you're most fun time of the year i want to thank you for being in front of us to the treasurer carmen chu our assessor-recorder the follower budget chair that i let take my
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keys from. >> thank you this is the budget we can be incredibly proud of it faces all the problems and drives the city forward i'm excited to make it happen thanks everybody (clapping.)
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>> (laughter). >> done everyone. >> yeah.in
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session for the unified school district forgive tuesday, august 11, 2015, is now called to order ms. casco roll call please. thank you ms. fewer mr. haney mr. walton ms. wynns dr. murase thank you and mr. - thank you i understand commissioner fewer is not feeling well but welcome to our student delegates please join me in the pledge of allegiance
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thank you agenda item a approval of the minutes there are nun together as i've notwithstanding in the past if i meetings the members of the public if you wish to address the board of education you need to complete a speaker card prior to the item being called and presented to ms. casco importantly according to policies and procedures speaker cards will not be accepted for an item already before the board i'd like to ask for your cooperation b pertains report
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superintendent carranza thank you mbes and public a special welcome back to the central office staff and commissioners welcome to the first meeting the new school year in the first 2015-2016 school year and as i mentioned all the site staff has returned to the schools to welcome the students next monday morning i feel the excitement we'll transform the students lives a reminder august 17th is the first day of school and all caregivers are gathering supplies for the lesson plans i hope you got a well deserved rest as we gear up to kickoff another school year in the unified school district as and look forward recent highlights as we prepare first and foremost our board amazing adapted the
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2015-2016 budget in june which includes $71 million no increases to the budget most of resources are straight to the employees our hard working employees for increased sailors and benefits contribution the board of education unanimously adapted a new implement k through 12 computer science curriculum how we are approaching this work in the education week interview with the stem executive director jim is linked on the website based on the carve data we received in may the california department of education has updated our congratulation rate to 83.9 percent in rent an increase for the school district from the 81.7 rate in 2013 we're
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especially proud of the class of 2014 given the class of 2014 was the first graduating class for the rigorous requirements also known as the k through 8 our collective hat is off to you the students and faculty and paraprofessionals and support staff that worked tirelessly to get them across the stage i wanted to mention we'll soon know the results of the 2015 assessment of the student performances the new assessments we've all been waiting for those tests are simply one of many ways to gage the student progress if you remember the school quality index the academic duchlt of achievement 40 percent on the compliment
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cultural and indicators is it is one of many ways to engage the process like the goals the state standards in the core curriculum those tests are far different to make any comparison between the old scores and the new scores this is baseline year and what we know the results are coming in with the standards for rigorous than in the past i can say with certainty the hard work of the ucsf teachers and the work they've been doing in the classroom have been to implement the common core standards ain't curriculum shows the scores overall on this early date are far ahead of the urban districts with similar groups we look forward to sharing those and describing for the public what
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those scores mean i'm all to take a p&g and express my heavier heart i have mentioned we lost our boo loved teachers east taught in ucsf for 14 years and which we all consider quote/unquote a kid magnet a teacher in downtown high school shared his love of nature for this course called get out and learn he changes or changed the lives of hundreds of students and will be missed by all we also were sandal to learn we lost a visitacion valley middle school student in a tragedy water accident a teacher at elementary school and recommended as a person that brightened up the room and
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finally we recently learned the city the entire city lost a champion for san francisco in particular the mission district and a former member of the board of education and wanting restraining order add originally from bolivia and in san francisco dedicated her life to sincerely the immigrant community i have the distinct pleasure of knowing her and license to her many stores the first latina woman elected to school district and while serving served for 12 years most recently, the executive director of the mission language and vocational school ion on behalf of board of education of ed and
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mary kit and the other individual we'll adjourn this meeting for them this evening on a happier note we're very excited to open up willie brown middle school this is the first school we've built from the ground up since elementary in 2005 i've been on campus it is a fabulous place of learning that our community should be very proud of the new school is a focused curriculum in a 3 story sglasz building with status quo a full media lab, a maker space equipped with tools and equipment that students will learner and the school will offer a full array of emotional support for the students and families including a health clinic and opportunities for
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students to develop their skills while working location the counselor they will have a counselor and help to enable the students to have their skills and competent icy was the most excited when i visited the microscopic room the acoustics are beautiful and the best of a public education in the heart of boyer i look forward to everyone learning and thriving in san francisco's public schools. >> thank you, mr. superintendant we're on item c the recognition of the accomodation there are nun together we move to item d the student delegate report most of 55 thousand students are enjoying their last week ever
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summer vacation two dedicated student delegates i'd like to introduce them who have a few words to share. >> thank you, commissioners and superintendent it is a pleasure to be here i'm terry are a self-interest senior at george washington i'm really like sports for instance, basketball and asking him and batted mitten and been part of the track team since the year and a passion for music i've been playing the violin for almost 8 years as for my goal it is quite simple to take into the students concerns it is there's so much to discuss and relate to at the board of education so much time and so i
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hope to get all this work done thank you. >> thank you, president my name is miguel i'm 16 i've an upcoming senior what the arts of sciences and representing the advisory committee as well as the delete entrance i hope to make that enjoyable for all students and been involved inform three to four years i have a passion for sports as well as teresa i love soccer i side fencing we set up a fencing and this year i had the pleasure of going to all state and i can take an eight place it
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was a hard fight it pushes me to work harder in life that's all i think of as well as being a boxer in the ring that's what motivates me thank you, again president. >> all right. thank you very much we look forward to working with you over the coming school year item e the council report nun and consent items no cards speaker cards for this item item g consent calendar i need a motion and second to do you want the consent calendar. >> move the consent calendar. >> second. >> thank you very much any items withdrawn or corrected by the superintendent? >> yes. dr. murase the corrections to the consent calendar are federal, state, and local 2 d on page 31 for the
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agenda in the background only uc berkley should be changed to regents and the university user universal should be changed to the regents of uc berkley program on page 71 modification to contract number 1162 acceptanceable environmental sciences should read 21903912016000151123 not 1139 the last sentence should read the replacement windows replacement and m e.c. screening of the project 148, page 1019 should be marked
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no and the activity should be deleted through 516 and 158, page 1 61 october code changed if r from 4313 to a 3 and the amount should be changed to $32,000 and the fourth $3,490 and page 197 not a retroactive pay should be marked no and page 249 in the amendment to resolution line at the top of the page the correct number is 14 is 12 and 158 page 261 the cost is not a credit the it should reflect the credits.
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>> thank you, my items removed by the board seeing none, any severed by the board. >> thank you. i have two items one is two a on page 24 and the 2 f on page 33. >> okay those will be taken up roll call vote my apologies i understand the student delegates had an additional announcement we'll return to the student delegate report. >> last week on august 5th we would like to thank mr. truit and mary richard for allowing the student leaders to have the opportunity to stack this professional day event where at as far as i am concerned cathedral we spoke our voices focusing on our strongest
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character strength. >> thank you, again president i'd like to talk about the annual s aa retreat training this saturday august they've be having the training all the new comers and returning representatives will be altogether in a training over around golden gate park as a full s ac c we'll be phone call on the strong community with the variance schools and the voices for our students. >> i'm sorry next s ac c is monday at 4 o'clock p.m. anyone is welcome to attend our meetings as well as the incentives dinner is provided
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for the guests attending if i like to attend or make a presentation or like a copy of our upcoming agenda please contact our student leaders mr. lopez thank you. >> anything further? this is all thank you >> thank you very much we'll now return to item h superintendents proposal nun together and i boards proposal none on item j request to speak regarding general matters the speaker cards are generally according to topic so let's see i'm going to call folks forward and if you could please hold any kind of applause until the very ends that would
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be much appreciated so i have (calling names). >> our first speakers let's see two minutes please. >> okay bryan affording in the in for the page 15 of the agenda to hire an outdoor consultant to help with the data tracking i believe. >> i'm sure, sir this this is an item on the consent calendar not on the agenda. >> well, then i'd like to see an equal amount invested in the clerk's office to the staff that
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serve duty letly and let our clerks get equal attention with the training. >> thank you very much. >> thank you. next speaker, please >> my name is jessica i'm here from the san francisco puc and here to show our support for the willie brown middle school that is openly up and i'm rep harlan kelly and our commissioners we're incredibly excited about this investment in honda and like to speak to perp on behalf of somebody that lived in the mission community in saying that he was a great leader to us we rarely are amazed by the legacy area for the latinos to uphold a credible
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legacy thank you. >> thank you. i'm rebecca my daughter and i are one of the people that remain in a a comfortable school alexandra my daughter some be entering kindergarten we're in the local district of grot even our close school i'm becoming more and more fearful we'll not have a school what is if she is not given sorry i'm nerve nervous how can i compensate for the socialization i realize as a san franciscan and american i'm
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astonished we require a bus for a close prompting proximity and in addition, i submitted a harding park appeal and the modified list of school requests my appeal was denied based on the board panel not seeing how it is attend and in addition to not being available any other options other than the school i find is uncomfortable and demeaning to have to explain our harding park it is a glaring illustration of a good cause unrecognized i've been adult 3 times of the john mirror hayes valley i've been robbed and file number all of a sudden and have my life traelgdz and in a treatment of a psychiatrist and psychologist and advocate for
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the last 3 to 10 years for the active a direct result stemming from those occurrences how this is not relevant to my daughters location in regards to her education i'm unable to grasping i'm looking for opposed and given nun i'm disheartened back to my fame traditions and transition that are we have a take care must no count down to get excited. >> please wrap up. >> give me two more senses i've spent my life supporting this city where am i now what about my daughter i've been hushed into uncertainty to our future
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in the hometown of san francisco, california in the united states and not wanting to raise alexander's expectations bit serving her rights through an education experience. >> can you police dog ask mr. steel if you can get connected not audience thank you very much. >> i want to recognize form member of the board of supervisors who is in the audience let's see next, i will call on folks to speak on k c and college (calling names) let's see i have a second julie if you could please come to the
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podium 2 minutes. >> good evening, everyone thank you for your time i'm julie the principle added san francisco international high school i wanted to talk about the dilemma a different kind of limbo the students a facing we have many students this year that experienced the collaboration of the july administration the ucsf class of 2015 worked hard for 4 years to attend the classes to get credits and pass the courses we have students that have scholarships and attended school they're not allowed to attend the universal our school served recently for the english learners and our students some have spent two or three years in the country this can be a
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stumping block for the universal they said you can't attend the college our students were not given an opportunity to pass this test they were counting on the july administration to get them to college they're ready to go to college we ask you give them the opportunity to get into the college we need a diploma let's here from some of the students and families. >> if you could please hold our applause to the ends thank you very much. >> hi my name is chavez aim a state of international high school i'm an immigrant to the united states i have i am trying hard to learn english for the united states
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i want to go to college for a better future sf state i can't take the test and pass it so i can't go to college i come here for hope i failed this year i want this year i am the one of the group i deserve this thank you for listening. >> thank you very much. >> thank you. next speaker, please. >> niechlz a casey martinez i'm from - i'm here to share my
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opinion of being able to take - i came to the united states 4 years ago and started fifth grade without knowing any english and now passing out of my class i'm ready for college and i don't have any high school diploma because - i'm ready to college so, please give me my diploma thank you for listening. >> thank you very much. >> thank you. next speaker, please >> (speaking foreign
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language.) >> my name is mr. mar is the father of christine i'm here attorney at law to give my opinion of my daughter not taking casey my daughter
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finished the class but can't attend the university without a high school diploma i want you to give the opportunity to casey or give her a diploma due to the impeding the opportunity to go to the university for her dream for the effort she's put into her studies i think she deserves the opportunity to college thank you for your time tonight. >> good evening my name is tiling i'm a fourth grade teacher at san francisco international nibble they've met the high standards of the district and my school they've completed scholarships and
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accepted to four-year colleges as an educator it is hard to watch students held bake my students have dedicate their commitment and now time for you to show yours give them their diploma they deserve to continue studying thank you. >> thank you very much>> thank you. next speaker, please. >> and hi good evening i'm tiffany a 11 and 12 grade teacher they industrial high school i'm here to share my opinion although there's been many students who have used the opportunities of the july casey to get into the four-year colleges they've got labored and told you over it and will be able to handle college although
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the casey is not the best way to - it is an injustice we can't afford for is already underprivileged students please consider those students and the impact this has on their future they've come to this country for a better life please don't leave them behind since the casey was suspend their getting not having the opportunities. >> thank you very much we would like to applaud for the speakers. >> at this time, i'd like to the superintendent for a response on this issue. >> thank you, dr. murase thank you for coming forward and expressing your yourselves a couple of things to clarify
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we are absolutely with you on this particular issue school district has been fighting all summer to get clarity around what i we're going to be allowed to do given the state protective take care has suspended the k c for this the board of education didn't hold the authority to issue our diploma without clear direction from the state board of education, in fact, we're going to make sure that a copy of those comments are sent to the board of education at the state level and the superintendent to understand the lingo we had a choice to make that summer with the k c is no longer a requirement for graduation, however, the board of education
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at the state level has not given guidance or direction as to what we can duo do number two, of not having the k c's in the future so the choice do we go ahead and issue a diploma to everyone that met even though requirement for the diploma yet not passed the k c and a simple answer is yes unto the issue the board of education says there are not requirement i have to fulfill we'll be required to revoke our diploma and notify every institution we've revoked our diploma that is not something we're willing to do and not something a position we're willing to put our community or students in limbo of so what we're doing is advocating for clarity can we issue a clip and i guarantee if he can we'll
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issue it on the day we get the note in the meantime, what we're willing to do with the students that have this situation we're willing to communicate 0 our colleges and universities about the communication why we feel we should be able to issue a diploma yet we're not allowed by state law at this point to issue a diploma so we can communicate that it is a bureaucratic mess we understand that but we're absolutely in audiotape with you in terms of getting clarity and our ultimate goal we'll be able to issue a diploma fourth with having completed the k c and issue a diploma immediately so we just want you to know we're standing with you and whatever you can do to help us to get clarity at the state board of education your help to get the
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decision about the students so thank you, again, for coming forward. >> thank you, mr. superintendent this is the public comment not a time for discussion but i ask when you forward the testimony that you hear a letter, drafted it on behalf of the board of education asking this issue to be resolved next the speakers on the pathway. (calling names) >> if you could please come down you'll have 2 minutes per person to address the board thank you. >> hi, i'm a teacher with ucsf and taught at john o'connell
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about 15 a assistant principle one thing i know that it is crucial for the students kurment relevant curriculum and equality we hear from the district quite often the arabic pathway reflects those values i know that i'm here to stand with the boards decision to continue with the pathway and time to say that as a member of the jewish community the jcrc doesn't speak for me it is crucial we understand that the attack on arock and on the language program are really problematic and i hope that the board can stand by its decision and support our students. >> thank you. >> yes. i'm robert r0g9 i've been a teacher in the district for 27 years and i'm starting my
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28 right now i teach at mission high school and i'm also to speak in support arabic language to the pathway i was here when the board unanimously passed the resolution and over the summer i began to hear attacks from the jcrc on arock in particular also i'm a jewish teacher in my experience i've worked with arock in any both in my classroom and school anticipate they've severed as the very, very strong support for my an arab students my students have gone to arock for tutoring and after school work a bull warmth
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of their every part of their identity as arab students in a city and society very often attacks them and so for me when i heard those attacks over the summer i was very concerned about the braids response i've been happy to hear that the board stood firm in its support not only for theries but in its support for the partnership with arock and obviously curriculum is decided by the district and by teachers so it is not about the partnership that you have what the community partner but i think in terms of the perspire that arock represents a very significant force in the ash ash community and done positive work with the students and community and i urge you to continue that partnership as i move forward with the ash ashic language
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pathway thank you very much. >> thank you i'd like the speakers to (inaudible). >> hello, i'm a jewish ph.d students at uc berkley and in biological a head std with the team workers union that represent almost 18 thousand student graduates and a member of the jewish for peace i was here to commend the boards decision for arabic pathway it is a valuable tool and counselors of the board to take this stance in the arab budget
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cuts for the marginalized students i also want to say personally i've worked closely with arock on several projects for the past year through the union and arock has been a good friend of the union and you couldn't pick a better community partner for this project so i want to make many clear and sent a letter to the board i've sent to everyone of you and cc'd here i hope you'll read my letter and the details so thank you for the opportunity to speaker. >> thank you very much. >> thank you. next speaker, please. >> hi, i'm a san francisco residents and prior state penitentiary university student i wanted to thank you for the opportunity to thank you for supporting the ash ashic and language pathways it is such an
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important opportunity and i applaud you for making it available and as a jewish community person i say you have chosen no better community partner thank you very much. >> thank you. >> i'm elliott a parent of the kids in unified school district i'm a sign language interpreter i work with the deaf and hard of hearing students i'm a jew the thing that really struck me was hearing arock being called a hate group i've been involved been participating in arock activities for several years and identified myself a jew when it is appropriate eave never felt my hate they do a great service to our communities that's where i go to get information i also
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know that i don't think there is a siren arab speaking student that has not benefited from at least one program that arock provides i like to communicated the board to allow them to lead on the ash aarabic topic. >> i work with jewish rights for peace i've been a long term activist here for human rights and justice in the bay area i was shocked that would come up for reconsideration you'll hear my support for arock and hopeful you'll lay this to rest and
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let's get on with such a wonderful program including arock. >> thank you. >> hi, i'm lee i want to add my voice to commend and thanking the board with moving forward with the ash ash pathways it go an incredibly value service so thank you for that and i wanted to say it is not without necessarily attacking the jc c the fact in their claiming to represent the jewish community compels me to come out their speaking on my behavior and attack an organization that is probable cause principle so without attacking them necessarily i think this is important that the board
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understand that the jcrc doesn't get to speak for all jews and represent us that arock is a hate group is out of place so thank you, again, for allowing me the opportunity to speak in support of the pathways. >> hello board thanks for allowing me to speak thank you all for moving forward with the last thing pathway action a jewish grouping in the bay area to learning hebrew and celebrating my cultural and having my identity affirmed and have similar opportunities it is clear my patents would in the have sent me to learn hebrew if not for the institution so similar it is clear chog those
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organizations arock that are cherished in the community is the only ways to successfully moved on the language pathways given that a political organization that is directive agenda has tried to santa fe rail this but thank you for moving forward and continuing to try to realize those courageous and bold goals so thank you. >> thank you very much if you like to applaud at this point (clapping.) there are no more speaker cards so we will close. >> yes. anita. >> good evening. i'm letting to now of the united people of san francisco today was the first official workday for the teachers of the san francisco unified school district we know
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many, many have come in to get ready as how members set up their classrooms the media has highlighted thelation minute scramble to fill our sfrtdz vacancies the supply and demand is not work in the favor word is out san francisco is the most extensive city in the united states and newest teachers and paraprofessionals have taking to leap of faith unified school district did an extensive search i'm glad to hear many of the positions are filled the ucsf members expect the same resources you'll need to retain the 5 hundred teachers you've just hired i raised my family here in san francisco as a young teacher 25 years ago i could afford a down payment on a modest played we
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that want that for paraprofessionals and teachers the affordability criticized is not going away it - i'm here to tell you and our members we're prepared to side whatever it takes to make sure that all educators can afford to live in the city their so proud to work thank you very much (clapping.) thank you. >> good evening. i'm susan solomon executive director of the units educators of san francisco i want to welcome the new student delegates and look forward to hearing more from you i want to echo what president belong said we're excited to be pack be a witnessed over 50 of our members getting trained through a joint member education on boar we met many, many new
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teachers with the teacher orientation and as president said we heard about how hard it is for the teachers and paraprofessionals to afford housing in san francisco i know as of early this morning there were 96 teacher job openings and as friday 31 paraprofessional openings so we need to know what the plan is and how to make sure our students are faced with a need to stabilize the workforce and as i remind you the last year we're to have contract bails within one year about salaries we want to see our educators come here and stay here and they need to know they can afford to live here just like president my kids were
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born and raised in san francisco and had the great benefit of the san francisco schools so was i and my sisters and cousin we all that had benefit we want the families to joy that benefit keep them here and support them any way you can and pay them well, thank you. >> (clapping). >> ms. so ma ma. >> i'm the vice president of the prepare sf i want to bring to your attention that the pay for the monitors is under minimum wage act 1074 i got the letter i know that so i'm hoping that will be corrected because this city upcoming minimum wage is much
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honoree so on the person note i wanted to thank you for adjourning the meeting in any dads memory in june and all of you, you given me letters and cards and e-mails that i do want to thank you thank you. >> thank you very much (clapping.) we now on item k siding report and by the board members any appointments at this time? i'd like to - >> i've got one appointment to the peace cca paul rodriguez. >> thank you i will be appointing commissioner walton to the economic council all right. we're now on item l special order of business 3 action items the first a
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resolution of the board of education authorizing the issues sfusd 2015 refunding bond if the aggregate amount in the amount of one hundred and $10 million may i have a motion and section. >> colleagues a motion and second. >> second. >> (laughter). thank you very much superintendent carranza if you could practical are delegate i didn't >> i'd like to ask our chief. >> good evening supreme court and members of the board of education we've, of course, never bring things to you in small dollars amounts we have the pleasure of
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bringing essentially 3 resolutions one is to sell at remaining 2006 bonds that are remaining to be sold of the facility prop 8 prop a in 2006 and the remaining bonds of the 2011 bonds and in addition another resolution to what we call refund bonds a way to essentially refinance a previous issue which will save the taxpayers of san francisco roughly $6 million and then the third one will be for our trans that are our borrowing to carry the cash flow this will be decided later the first of the measures i'll read is the resolution to refinance a
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hundred and $10 million of the prop a 2003 bonds and i'll read the recognition that the board of education of the san francisco unified school district do you want a resolution of the board of education authorizing the issuance of san francisco unified school district are city of chicago of san francisco 2 thousand 15 general obligation runtd bonds niechld one and $10 million to refinance certainly outstanding general obligation bones for the delivery of preliminary official statement an official notice and sale and form approving the form of and authorizing the execution and delivery of a bond purchase agreement and escrow agreement and disclosure agreement providing for the approval of an
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official statement and the execution of documents relayed through to and certain actions connected there with. >> and if there are any questions i'd like to point out we have our bond counselor affidavit sanchez and our financial advisor here to represent the - if there are any questions in fact, in order to sell the bonds - if there are no questions on that measure let me read the second one the recommendation that the board of education. >> mr. gorlg i've been advised to take them spate thank you very much for the reading of the recommendation no public speakers any questions from the colleagues of the board seeking r seeing i want to congratulate the staff the finance department
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we've enjoyed no fund on the bonds this is a confidence ms. casco roll call vote and mr. chin yes mr. - ms. fewer mr. haney mr. reiskin or ms. mendoza-mcdonnell and mr. walton ms. wynns and dr. murase 5 i's. >> thank you very much i'll proceeded to resolution of the board of education authorizing the issuance of u.s. d general education bond election of 2006 and 2011 and aggregate principle amount not to exceed $226 million that is if you'll read the recommendations. >> thank you, dr. murase i'd like to ask the two chiefs and
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actually summarize it quite well dr. murase the board of education of the san francisco unified school district do you want a resolution of the board of the san francisco unified school district authorizing the issuance of the district city and county of san francisco 2015 tax and revenue anticipation notes i'm sorry wrong one i apologize general obligation prop a election 2006 and prop a election of 2011 in an aggregate principle amount invited $226 million to finance the shown and construction and improvement unfinished and equipping certain school facilities authorizing the
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delivery of a preliminary statement official notice and official form approving the form and authorizing the execution and delivery of a bonds purchase agreement to continue the disclosure agreement providence for the approval of an official statement for much bonds and execution of documents related through to and certain actions in connection there with. >> thank you very much mr. golden there are no public comments for this and questions or comments from the board seeing none, ms. casco roll call vote and ms. chin ms. fewer mr. haney ms. mendoza-mcdonnell, ms. norton mr. walton ms. wynns and dr. murase. >> 5 i's. >> thank you very much and the phenomenal action item under that agenda items it the sfusd
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authorizing the issuance of the 2015 attention notes in an aggregate amount not to exceed $167 million is there a motion and second. >> thank you very much mr. carr response. >> thank you dr. murase and chief golden. >> i'll defer to my colleague. >> thank you, chief govrlg the recommendation that the board of education in the san francisco unified school district do you want the resolution of the board of education that authorized the issuance of the san francisco unified school district city and county of san francisco california 20th century 2015 tax and revenue anticipation note in an aggregate principle amount not to exceed $16 million and authorizing the delivery of a preliminarily official statement official statement and notice of
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sales and approving the form and authorizing the execution and delivery of a continuing disclosure certificate and providing for the approval and execution of other documents related here to and certain acts in connection there have. >> thank you, very much. no public speakers any questions or comments by my colleagues? seeing none, ms. casco roll call vote >> mr. chin. >> ms. fewer mr. haney ms. mendoza-mcdonnell ms. norton and dr. murase. >> i want to congratulate the team for an amount vote on all items in the special order of business thank you very much item n is consent calendar resolution we move forward for the second none tonight.
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>> oh, i'm sorry yes i apologize we are on agenda item m very important we have two very substantive topics the first is an update on the willie brown middle school and cpr the shipyard mr. carranza. >> thank you dr. murase so the willie brown middle schools team makes it is way i want to i'm going to turn it over to this over 0 lupe and introduce the members of the presentation. >> good afternoon, commissioners this will be a where we live presentation this evening as many of you may know on monday we welcomed over the 57 thousand students over 2 hundred students to the newly reestablished willie brown middle school and we look forward to seeing them we
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thought it was really important that on the overview of openly the schools we gave you gave you the progress rotator for the tuition you'll hear about this evening in advance appreciate that this is really been a yearlong across the departmental efforts many folks that insuring not only the physical plant but the pragmatic workers of the school we look forward to providing for our students much of that provided corporation cooperation and leadership if the projects i want to appreciate her pubically and many folks are coming back to meet with the colleagues today in fact, the carefully hand selected willie brown middle school faculty and support staff
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have been working throughout the summer under the leadership of the promise in being prepared to off powerful teacher a unique experience so this evening you'll hear a recap of the big picture and the community engagement and the pragmatic features we're share with you principle austin. >> good evening board of commissioners detrust president of the willie brown middle school extremely excited to be here today (clapping.) just my principle and our stem correspondent we have a two teachers in the audience we have our social worker and correspondent ms. andrew's laura and our e l a science teacher ms. julia and in the back our
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beacon director so i'd like to begin by giving you an overview of the process and willie brown construction the site is beautiful and this was willie brown middle school one year ago september 9, 2014, you can see the main entrance it is in the rear this is willie brown middle school today and as we wait for the light this is a beautiful shot it is well-polished okay. we'll see it on the side good doesn't we today, we hosted our step up orientation for over one and 10 of our students to be act made to the school our entire staff was there with enthusiasm to engage all the students and
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families as we prepare for monday august 17th willie brown middle school is a school destined on the founding principles specifically the 6 at least and dispopulations of our vision 2025 they must be master for the 21st century to for the skills to be employable and have a global identity embedded in the core of our program the students will have access to world education to extend their education beyond the textbook our students will be supported by pier resources to develop the leadership models inside willie
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brown middle school a purpose of self the shifts that are listed in the vision 2025 are shifts taking place across the country willie brown middle school in the design of our state and federal consulate personalized pathway and two in the space and time in our mission statement we specifically call out the fact we want our students to have the skills and abilities to major in stem degrees we wanted our students have the option and freedom in the future to choose stem crazy san francisco economy demands those tool to explore the identity and expand the possibilities and be of service to others our students to be advocates of social justice for
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the expansion of the rights of humanity with the willie brown middle school so the action into 9 action of willie brown memorial day begins with the in coming sight graders we designed an academic program and a social program and healthy program so when our students leave in eight grade they meet the 6 dispopulations of the profile our strategic priorities are steward around the academic achievements as well as emotional development that means that the students are the core of our model outside surrounding it our family engagement strategy and communities involvements as well as staff
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development it is approved monthly and weekly and daily four academic achievement the first to open a ucsf for the standards for the next generation of scientific in sf i was most of complex construction to make sure that every student is focused on developing math and science teacher at willie brown middle school we expand the construction do our e l a and social departments 3 times a year we'll offer the opportunity to students to be engaged in the hands on learning we'll invite the community to give feedback during exposition week for the
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design process we're oh, the extended classroom and have a partnership with a local education management organization to support our personalized learning plan so how students will have a plan unique to them and the abilities support if the teachers for the learning task as well as individual technology skills four our psycho emotional development we're beginning our academic as well as behavorial performance at willie brown middle school we've create smaller class our crews and in our advisors class up to minutes two or three times a week 15 students work to support them into the academic growth as well as reflection on their goals
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beyond willie brown middle school and as well as college in their career we have a partnerships are stanford university to help us build the acclamation practices so all our students know they're in a welcome place and perform in high levels through sfusd your teachers are dpw the restorative practices for the learning curriculum and our mission we have the resources as part of the directive supporting our youth development the healthy habits of mind lifestyle we're offering a health class to the saith graders all students are enrolled in a pe course and we'll continue to offer that heartache class 3 to 8th grading grade are a partnership with the
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public health and this is managed through our partnership i mentioned our beacon director is wanting we're in a position to offer not only family engagement but before and after-school programs we have a student club sports for involving and basketball and boys and girls to attack boys and girls we're offering anyone else events that was our parents organization aligned with our student organization. >> great i want to highlight the tremendous highlights many of the work streams are in blue tare indicated they're coming to a close and green is highlighting this week a focused on the family and faculties and
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this will happen as mentioned we really all those directions are coming to a close as wire getting ready to open on monday. >> our fundraiser forevers have been incredible the stem phone call is a huge draw for many companies supervisor yee can spoke earlier about the tremendous support of a the of us and as you walk the halls of were about to see the support for our students our health and wellness center is supported by the department of public health and we have additional learning opportunities for many in kind supports at this point, we're looking for $40,000 which will go to both students and family programming and the tech and help the elements at willie brown school
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enrollment we as of this morning have 2 hundred and 15 students enrolled you can see how the wait list has moved forward if round one we have 33 students and parents knocking on our doors trying to get their students into the school we have met the 10 percent and ready to start in terms of gender it is split evenly slightly more male students but the concern was that initially shared is that not coming to fruition we're happy to welcome everybody our ethnicity breakdown is the most diverse we're 38 elementary schools that are represented. >> staffing model for those
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schools are based on - the staffing model for the willie brown middle school it bans all of those funding supports allows us to hire a stem corresponded to help with the cooperation of the stem practices at willie brown middle school two math and two science and two social science teachers and one inclusion teachers to support the high rate of students for the individual listed plans at the willie brown middle school in connection with is have two educators and at the bottom engineering and design class feldz and art class resources are world language is spanish for this year and offer a librarian library class in the
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support staff one custodian and two security officers and for the health and wellness the wellness nurse and . >> community outreach from ucsf august those are the you mean events some have taken place we welcome the middle school with the ceremony to support emphasis legacy drive career in san francisco and i believe 75 families came out to the family pioneering engagement and was held at the park it was a success students really had a great time families connecting with the teachers fun building positive relationships today, we started out prooirp as a student step up the parents were there
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from 8 to 10 and students involved in the orientation and to note the teachers as well as the angular staff august 14th this friday the ribbon cutting term for the community support that event begins at 11:00 a.m. and have the weekend for the staff to move into willie brown middle school for the first day of school at 815 for willie brown middle school what is so unique about the success of this school prep to open in less than one week than all the support of san francisco unified school district what aligned in a strategic way to insure we were prepared to not only recruit the families from
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our folks from january but prepared to recruit teachers and prepared to continue to fund all of the instructions from our district leaders to the department and the superintendent we appreciate you beyond words for our hard work in supporting us in our department and for the construction social justice we appreciate you superintendant guerrero in united airlines our teams to give us the guidance we need more willie brown middle school we have a special appreciation to the supreme court and the board of education for all the commissioners for all the hard work to promote willie brown middle school and specifically i want to shout out the entire middle school support team in the leadership of jamie the site
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construction manager vasquez and julia for the cooperation of the work we're on our way again, thank you, thank you thank you on behalf of all the families and students of willie brown middle school. >> so just to wrap up commissioner hopefully, this evening is a nice quick summary as we prepare to open the campus for the newest middle school students we focus on as key goals in the district to remain focused to keep our promises and share the accountability just over a year ago a tall order in charge was issued that we not just make sure we complete a physical plant a facility that reflects the schools engagement in the design but recruit the
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leadership we erect educators that are dynamic that we make sure and fill every single open seats they reflect the definition community, that we engage the community along the way and you've been part of effort and hopefully, we've be able to deliver in time of opening the first day of school commissioners. >> thank you very much i did not have any speaker cards i do know that commissioner mendoza-mcdonnell is out of team would have liked to congratulate the team many of us knocked on doors to get parents centered in improperly it is good to notice the process commissioner norton. >> thank you to the team and the entire team wear i think all of us are really excited i'm so
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excited to come on friday and walk around i the have a quick question you mentioned in our presentation the special education model you're using for 3 inclusionary teachers i don't think will have questions and do you know how many students are come in. >> 20 percent of our students population have i e p i'm sure if the numbers moved from the waiting list but 40 or 38 ask the specifically all the students will be supported in the directly in excuse me. general education class all the support mr. be given direct support in the physical ed south. >> is it a different model at willie brown that the middle schools that are tweaks and changes you've made or what the
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district is doing in other schools to support the students in the general population. >> we're using the framework step by step so we have a co-taken care of model for the students based on the minutes they need the support services we're united airlines or openly up clusters in the general classrooms bans the i p so the teaching will be directly and collaborating with the students for the lessons so all students access the content. >> thank you. >> other questions or comments commissioner wynns thank you, thank you i want to thank you for the work i want to ask you, we knocked on people's doors and said is soccer so is it kid enrolled. >> absolutely and principle
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hobson is working with the grooirz so this is honored wore not part of soccer legacy but this is going to be upheld. >> i told you he was going to a charter school before we went to his house (laughter) commissioner i'm impressed she knew the name of the student you were mentioning that's a testament to how well, we know our students. >> i'll be out there to visit. >> korea commissioner walton thank you for the past work to get the communities and kids ready for the school i've been in and around bayview hunters point there's not been a time
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period as of recent where the communities is more excited about something that is coming in the community so willie brown middle school has the community fired up and the young people we're all excited what is 49 in terms of the mr. wiener environment at willie brown and also we're, of course, all going to be supportive and be spending time making sure we are adhering to the projects to our students and communities again, thank you for your hard work over the psa past weeks i was at the school still a little bit of work to do to get ready for monday but you have faith we'll be ready to welcome our students and the last thing nobody told me to wear my shirt so thank you. >> commissioner vice president haney. >> i want to congratulate you and thank you to the entire team
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for all of your hard work i think a year ago it felt like a dream and therefore to be about to open and be a real place and have students there is just so exist to see everything that has come to fruition to things i want to ask one is you know, i think that there's been so many folks part of this effort and a long list of folks to thank i want to ask and especially on tv and the radio how can the public continue to support what's happening at willie brown and their opportunities for it to be tutor to mentor how can we truly make this a community effort so that anyone who is hearing this who wants to warn partner with us and support what is happening
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how can they do that and another quick question i was really excited to hear this i did is hopefully, a direction in the future of having all the students be signed a crone book how exactly how e how does that work and what kind of supports the staff to the willie brown has had in terms of what this means for continuing the use of this technology and how that is rolled out and how it will continue to roll out and influence what taken care of and learning is like and lastly this is a pet issue not one but i feel is important i don't see it listed are you going to have a student government someone that is responsibly and adequately supportive i'm looking forward to friday and more importantly to see the experience that all
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of our staff and community and i did not care people have at that school so thank you. >> we're extremely excited to accept any volunteers we have brooms. (laughter) to we have brooms so sweep up dust from the construction site in regards to little volunteers specifically one i'd like to give out the school phone number (414) 642-8901 that phenomenon will be answered by the phenomenal micro the school secretary and she'll take aau down requests for willie brown middle school but to support the community-based organizations that want to support our program at willie brown middle school we're in the process of developing a formal
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but now a classic sfusd application anyone that is interested in supporting our structural program wear stocking our stem lab our makers face the makers garage is there's a little bit of equipment to be purchased to completely fill out this space we'll grow into our science lab is stocked at the basic level we would like to enhance the materials that the students need 40 in the hands on in the mirena burns middle school specific community based on organizations could go to the website this is linked for sfusd under our home package the opportunities to download the application and apply oh, we literally have a group form that's an update if
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yesterday i didn't want to a google form so one all of our teachers who have using teaching in the stem lab and engineering and design class have been trained on my yes, a digital version for sfusd they're the teachers are teaching coding on the cloud through the chrome books and the learning mroormd our students are using the chrome books for the academic growths yes, we'll have student governments one of the teachers in the professional development session last week was extremely excited to be the advisor for our student government and our beacon will support the development of the student government and pier resources with the pier developers at
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willie brown middle school >> commissioner walton. >> i'm sure principle hobson i have two follow-up questions one so for the stem lab equipment is that the $40,000 you've referred to. >> the gap that exists. >> this is not this is additional just coming out of a partnership with the ideal support firm it is not we just purchased the basics but again that is the full staffed conceives lab we'll need support for . >> we got the day on the students statistics do we have the similar make up of the personnel can we respond to that are send over the information.
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>> we don't have that but will dale follow-up. >> you annunciations a telephone number share the address for the general public comment for folks not familiar. >> give me 258:005 silver avenue san francisco, california 94124 >> thank you. i said want to invite the superintendent. >> i'm here like a katie couldn't be prouder of the team the incredible teacher i've thank you for the opportunity to sit in on the mergers with willie brown and delusional get out of the way they're building someone that is phenomenal at willie brown and that goes to the district that has actuallyaled around the
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facilities depth and the leadership of david golden everyone has come to the table with a unidentified approach to launching willie brown i want to answer one of the questions that was asked about what can the public do to support willie brown middle school i think we all know we have a choice system in san francisco and the word of mouth is golden in san francisco i'm just going to predict if you are a parent of a fifth grader you better get on the ball it is the hottest ticketed in the attain wait until you see the list it is going to be long at willie brown and get up to speed at willie brown the parents at willie brown this year to actually talk to their friends and their yoga partners and the people in the cubicle carrots the office from them and share
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the windfall things happening added willie brown i couldn't be more 24r50i68d in the heart of the city in the bayview in the form of willie brown middle school what's happening at willie brown and i'll tell you as a preview of coming attractions many of the wealthy of work that is being implemented is what is coming for the rest of the school district watch their, their doing we'll not say after this year everywhere we've not side that the faculty will show you we're doing it and having great success having a communities that is saying we expect this in everyone of our schools and students that are well prepared and be able to talk shop at a high-level when they get to high school high school better being paying attention those can i see
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will come in really, really well-informed of their future i know you probably want me to say a few words i could speak all nights of the efforts and wish willie brown a successful launch we'll be there friday and monday to welcome the students on the first day and principle hobson thank you for coming to san francisco and making this your home we're incredibly to have you at the helm and whatever you need for us to make that transition to the new school successful we're on your team. >> thank you very much mr. superintendent. >> thank you to all of who 0 joined us i'll not be there friday but monday. >> the next item is exploring the probability the shipyard chiu's campuses we'd like to have one public speaker and then
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discussion thank you. >> so dr. murase i'd like to ask our chief development laura morand who has been the point along with the deputy director and officer david golden in those open up for public comment this is going to be a brief introduction to the board and public around some of the conversation and the ideas we're engaging in the conversation
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with the city partners and lennar and for the future the san francisco and the san francisco unified school district but with that, i'm going to turn it over to our chief development officer laura thank you superintendant carranza and i'll be sharing this with our deputies this is an exist opportunity for us as many of you may know the shipyards is under construction and is a really existing opportunity for the city and i'm going to hear tonight a little bit about what is going on at the shipyards and over the last 6 months our superintendent and deputies chief facility officer has been in conversation with san francisco state university about an initiative partnering for a presence at the shipyards we wanted to present some of the early thinking to the board this is more follow but have next steps how to
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engage the board more deeply so basically, we're xrrg exploring the potential for shipyard and on the next page in the handout about the existing work going on at the shipyard and this is really an opportunity to have a revitalized waterfront neighborhood with the whole vision for the residential and entertainment a research and development conveying campus a business gutter situating on the waterfront and as we think about much the innovation work going on there some of that will be moving into the shipyard this is going to be an exciting mixed use space and 6 thousand housing opportunities there as well at different income levels we've not finished our projections
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around demographics which mr. lee will talk about we know there will be families there one of the things we had some encouragement from roberta to make sure when we think about the opportunities for community space which are generous but limited she encouraged us with exciting partnership ideas with the san francisco state university to come and present those to lennar urban what are the opportunities for us to have a educational footprint at the shipyard so we wanted to show you that as you heard from our presentation of were about this willie brown is the epic center of the stem educational opportunity zone, if you will, for our schools so what you see
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think the chart is the educational sites that we have and if we're building willie brown as it's center of education what about precare at the high schools how can we take advantage of some of the opportunities at the shipyard that will then not only benefit the students that lived in the shipyards by broadly benefit the whole areas the two opportunities is superintendant guerrero will go into the opportunity for a new school that could be a stem elementary professional school that feeds into willie brown and helps to build the capacity for stem at the other pre k elementary sites and the middle school and high school we also have been talking about as many of you may know the high school redesign how to rethink how to allow every
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single high school students a multiple opportunities so that this is really this is part of vision 2025 from our business communities how do we make sure not only the students in pretech ed but all students have rich opportunities to for dual enrollment and career experiences to have an opportunity to do something excited with an innovation alley lots of new companies entitying so those are the things from conversation next steps. >> so commissioners this next rendition a high representative in the oranges and yellows so highs that are 6 thousand homes
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projected in the shipyards and open park area as well as retail and commercial use and some identified community use areas and then one thing i'll be describing in the blue is research and development projects that are being conceptual listed i'll talk about in a moment you see in the high-level along the shoreline with the star is a potential parcel it could serve as a newspaper elementary schools the sfusd protocol an elementary school that could serve as a key important addition to our protocol that could serve a school like wishing as as comprehensive middle what it would look like in the elementary school students have a similar experience in the elementary years and so what would it look like or how might
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we create a stem focused elements that might have an additional feature as a professional development school model some preliminary conversations with the college of ed at the san francisco state university what if we had a setting many of the preteachers had an opportunity to develop their practice on a stem focus practitioners that could develop the models we herald or heard about earlier with willie brown and have to ac mat our educators to the practices in bay area schools specifically that feed into willie brown and marshall an exciting opportunity to how we partner and collaborate with the institutions in san francisco. >> now another part of the
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shipyard emerging developments here at the intersection of crisp avenue and fishing street is exhibit conceptual listed as a innovation alley a hub of technology that are interested in having a footprint in this area as well as stafshts that support very different kinds of sieblts in san francisco but in the middle of that all there is preliminary communication around a hub working title systemic accelerate that serves as a place for hub for secondary students in particular regional models around state in the country where high school students have an opportunity to participate in dual enrollment and other pathways that could be
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housed in a uniquely set up environment in a is it correct accelerate type of model some of the things that could continue to support the higher east side the cb o and other businesses that are interested in being established in this area what is the state of the art technology support not only high school but college aged students working in calculation clock and developing those sectors could create an interesting opportunity for our students to see some live and real models of tech companies and other no matter industries as a tech base for them. >> and to wrap up this conversation tonight i'm going
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to address a couple of points around process so this slide this shows probably not an exhale liquifies but an early brainstorming of the entities and the individuals within the various entities it needs to be engaged and beginning to be engaged actually many of the teams that are listed on this page actually need to share more information about the concepts of many folks listed it is a busy summer in this particular subject area so they have been conversations that have been take place in a preliminary fashion over the course of many months but accelerated over the summer so commissioners you may be hearing
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some of the ideas and see things are flushed out i want to reassure you this is a preliminary conversation in a moment i'll suggest some possible next steps for boards committees to go deeper and, in fact, with our own colleagues within the district and many of the developments not to mention across the university and city departments as well we have to expand the circles of communication but evolving all of those and other departments and individuals institutions need to be engaged to come up with both desirable feasible and viable ideas we've been engaged and we're excited getting tieftd of excited about the potential here in terms of ceded next steps ms. morand mentioned we're in the
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process of updating the demographic projections for the district this is happening in as as you may know a very dynamic context with respect to develop accept in this part of city but generally across the city we've engaged our folks many of you have seen their laptop and global a reported out some of the early finding a bit for work to do before we schedule a presentation whether a committee are committee as a whole for you to see some of the results of the refreshed demographics that talks about the choices or for the board to give us direction about what seems most adviceable not to mention the specific sites have the most potential
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and we as staff will give you the thinking about that if you saw some of the maps of the shipyard there are actually 5 community serving sites that have been identified through the combination of the shipyard the hunters point shipyard and candle stick point development areas and we've been engaged in conversation with the lennar urban and the office of economic workforce development a investment the closet to the redevelopment the city's arm for continuing the development plans work with lennar urban so we've in the process of vesting and learning more about the pros and cons of those sites and what the star that was on one of the slides represent our current thinking about what is desirable so in terms of process we
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suggest that this topic be vetted fallout and perhaps an augmented services committee a pretty complicated aspects it committee that a preliminary discussion i believe in either may or june commissioner walton and commissioner fewer and commissioner mendoza-mcdonnell were present for that but this is providing more detail than the committee took up but that is a good place for the committee members and others that are interested to really do i go into those details for us as staff to give you more information in the meantime, several the stakeholders are interested in initiating the conversation or deepening the conversation with the mayor's office about the concepts that have been sketched out in
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particular around the systemic accelerate idea and a little bit later wear not ready to propose this but thinking that maybe appropriate you may find this appropriate for one or more of you to draft a board resolution or with our assistance can help with that as well to kind of take a formal position of interest to explore those ideas either the professional developments or the elementary schools and/or the systemic incubator with the mathematics education we know we're going through this quickly and a lot more conversation to be had. >> we have one public speaker. >> identified previously formal
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member of the board of supervisors now what with larry in charge roberta a quiet an advocate to include a educational piece to what is going on at the shipyard thank you very much. >> thank you madam president and mr. superintendent and commissioners i'm incredibly delighted to be here and produced proud as a san franciscan to increase taken such wonderful imaginative conversations with the superintendent and his delightful staff we've been in conversation with the san francisco state university's about the collaborative conversation with the shipyards about the stem education for the san francisco unified school district from the pre k and
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elementary schools level on the proposed - on what could possible be a proposed elementary school on the shipyard that opportunity to highlight stem accelerate for 11 and 12 graders and high school students that can enjoy co-enrollment with the college students on the shipyard campus san francisco state university is eager and pleased to us be to considering a collaboration ion on behalf of lennar as the president mentions i've been a consultant to la in her for 8 years as we have unfolded the community responsive communities benefits process at the shipyards and candle stick and
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had the most delightful partner in the form of community representatives such as dr. verna honeycutt who is with us because of her profound and deep interest in the uplift of the shipyards community and the bayview community in general i'll point out it is true that there are 6 thousand projected housing units on the shipyards 32 percent of which will be offended at the below-market-rate housing so this will be an exciting addition to the housing stock but 45 housing units on candle stick point and 32 percent as well will be offended at the affordable rates so the grand total 10 thousand 5 hundred new housing units alone through the
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integrated shipyard and candle stick development something that i know your development infers are taking specifically into account and generate incredibly well integrated community of interest, constructive achievement for all of our san francisco residents, for our san francisco children and this educational opportunity the opportunities for us we at larry in charge urban to participate collaboratively with all of you and with san francisco state is an opportunity we don't want to miss so thank you all very much i look forward to speaking with you much more specifically in the future thank you. >> i want to thank mr. action burger she's south side of as the secretary of the housing development department we're fortunate to have they are talents to the community i want
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to recognize dr. honeycutt in the audience and the retired dean the san francisco college and dedicated her life to the education of young people that concludes public comment questions or comments from any colleagues commissioner norton. >> i'm interested in the demographic work i'm interested in that from a broader student assignment you know prospective but which do we expect to see the analysis that their completed. >> well commissioners, i think the best i can offer a guess so we have had sort of on it ration of conversation with them pretty recently last friday i believe about some of the preliminary
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finding based on that we have a number of questions they themselves have a number of questions to explore seismically from status sources is from the city and county holds we're making a judgment how precise we want to be based on those current a.m. guts before scheduling a discussion for a board of education meeting with that said, it will not be meantime in august we hope we can schedule a discussion with a bit more information in september but there niece to be a couple of more iterations of some of the analysis and really just to put a finer point the major questions or set of questions is about this new development the new how's developments in the pipeline and we want to get a more precise
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understanding of the unit the mix of the for each development case by case what is the numbers of studios one, two or three plus bedrooms etc. and that really has to be done on a case basis so we have some historical information about the questions like the student yield how many students do we typically see from a development that has certain percentages of market rates from below market rate and so we have a lot of information in order for us to give specific projections especially about particular development areas like the shipyards or park merced or mission bay better, more precise information than we have so hopefully early
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september it could be spill over a little bit but we're working as hard was we can to bear down >> i appreciate that i know that is complex and you've been dynamic but the concerns i have precisely around the yield we've clawed there are good reasons to rely on the historical data traditionally we certainly do not want to over build or plan that is sad which to hear that we you know we basically in the past have thought so little of the students that would live in the market rate housing would become our students and that you know, i just want love us to dig into that a little bit more and see you know what are other
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similar communities what yields so necessary see if the yields vary what we historically see you know i don't i don't want to see we're only goes to get the students that are low income or few of the middle-income and the higher income students and that may historically have been the pattern but i don't want to see us completely so those students are going to be our students i'd rather dig both that to understand how to disrupt a historical pattern for the participant. >> thank you those are descriptions the line of thinking we're trying to apply if we were satisfied justin just using the historical numbers we'd have a betterment than
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trying to get underneath some of the nuances that might be different than what we've seen historically. >> i would close by saying i've definitely heard if the constituents depress about how we are looking at mission bay about the number of market rate developments and maybe this is the best way from a planning prospective i do want to be overly option but explain to the public why we think the yields in certain kinds of housing are so low and even have a narrative or plan how to implement that going forward as opposed to relying on a historical pattern. >> i have commissioner vice president haney and commissioner walton this is the beginning of
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a conversation we have a much deeper conversation but if there are areas that the commissioners that 80 want to see pursued this is the time. >> well, i want to echo the comments that commissioner norton say so thank you for making that into a similar question i'm excited about this and thank you for your leadership in getting ahead of it and mr. morand for putting this forward and thinking about what is possible and having it not signed out we could have done something in the way it happened in the partnering i'm looking forward to the conversation if building the grounds i have one question that is relative to who what commissioner norton the reference the resolution the process in place how do this effort align with or you view it as separate from the
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conversation around mission bay some similar questions and some similar processes should those those some of this analysis be aligned this is a dwindles opportunity and timeline i want to put that out there with our thoughts and part of is the demographics. >> commissioner vice president haney i think there are a lot of intersections between our conversation and planning and vetting about this particular opportunities set of opportunities and other parts of city and that's actually been pretty explicitly discussed i'll give you one example of that which is as as you may know
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we're also making some plans around a general obligation bonds next year that championships some funding for some new schools because we fully expect we'll need to increase the capacity of seats in our protocol at the same time we don't expect to have enough money in the bond proposal to satisfy all the needs so we do have to think carefully and plan carefully what we will see additional demand at what grade levels in what parts of city that is a question that would, relevant around the shipyard and candle stick point and mission bay and e, etc. so it is all enter independent what is mraift
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us to propose a resolution specifically around the shipyard is that there are enter agencies implementation and partnerships for us as the school district and the board of education to be clear about what you're hoping to your committing to in xrrg the concepts that would be helpful as our understanding from the university and from larry more lennar and not close off options but it would articulate the boards current thinking including what say is open to exploring about it and the caveat for the information we will gather before locking into a discussion. >> commissioner walton and i'll
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try to be brief dr. murase but i'm definitely excited about the innovation additional and the possibility of campuses and the work we can side on the shipyard pause of the exposure i'm up here because of the combrour so having the opportunity to expose our children and families to the robust program is something that is exist and i get more excited when we balance the entities across san francisco in terms of what we offer and then just briefly if you talk about vision 2025 and some of the things in innovation alley with the vision 2025 plan the stem and the innovation the understanding the
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education and the academics and education and reimaging the space and time and the extended learning and everything that comes with that ideas i get excited and when we talk about in terms of of the projections who going to be living on the shipyards and bayview because of the development we can, in fact, start to look at how to get more affluent families excited wasn't we do in sfusd having a true education communities like we're proposing and what is being discussed is something that is going to get any family excited about moving into an area and participating in a school and communities with something like that so this also addresses some of the concerns we have as well who enrolls in the the schools and the choices and the excitement we understand we'll
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be, of course, proposing a bond there are other priorities and things we've discussed that we know are coming the arts campus and complex around the stifsh area and mission bthere are opps that i think we all should think about as we move forward and then just one of the last things i don't talk about things outside of san francisco but if you look like the center for advanced research and the things they're able to do being able to how do i word this - being able to bring the ideas and expects is something i get excited about, of course, this is operated by the district and
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development by the district and the opposite of what cart does in terms of the charter school but excited about what they offer for students seeing the opportunity that is here through that and what is being proposed i think is again, we should take a look at it and oufg you'll see something i'm excited about and hopefully develop something for the future that benefits us in the future with this type of planning. >> commissioner wynns. >> thank you thank you for that presentation that was actually very exciting and i'm happy to see that human resources i want to and actually, i wanted to respond to one of the things that commissioner norton said i think one of the historic analysis that we need is that we still as
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far are not getting the yield from mission bay that was projected and that we've - now honestly we shouldn't be happy about this but you're planning was show so we kept saying oh, we have a school site we don't know what kind of school and level it might be that is still true i'm glad by i've heard a number of reporting that said gave projections that were estimates based on the years of development and those had not materialized so i think we should pubically say one thing that is much more important about the shipyard at hunters point is that the developer also the city has been much more responsive to the demands that
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we need family housing so the studios and one bedroom apartments the paramount housing partner in mission bay were not going to be appropriate for families and never mind we've not discussed the other issue the market rate so therefore not necessarily those that we have starred to seen in public schools if there are were any there in the first place that is one example present we need to look at a little bit and retrofitting but in the past the projection we know we're a little bit ahead of the curve from the previous demographic study when the child and public
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population will begin to go up again based on not only on new developments but more just on the dome graphic curves we have as the superintendent and i were talking about the other day we don't have any room in the middle schools that is something we openly up a new one how do we plan well enough and, of course, none can predictability the recession so having the discussions like this and maybe this will give us the opportunities to explore some of the things and identify things to look at so that's the first one and is second thing is that i - i'm very interested in making sure
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we have all the information about what is happening with the plans and what potential projects we have in mind for that the bonds so you look at this and it is fascinating exciting to have those two facilities is great but it can be really expensive so i think we need as much time as we can get to know all the components that are going to effect that so i'm you know asking for that whatever information we have of - we always have the tension once we say it pubically people think it is concrete but not a surprise to us and the public but particularly so that we're never in the position of saying oh, if we had known of 6 months
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ago or a year ago we would have had a different conversation those are any main concerns i'm glad that lots of people are moving forward this is what we show should do it could be fantastic and exactly the kinds of investments we need to the city we're by the way, our students like and we really needs to focus more on that which we're doing this is parts of that so thank you very much. >> i'm going to thank the team for their presentation it sound like we'll have lots to talk about i'll refer this to building and grounds and the student assignments demographics and anticipation for the issue so thank you, again thank you, mr. action beggar and dr. honeycutt for joining us i'm
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really glad we had a definition about willie brown at the shipyard we're 0 now at item n the consent calendar that were removed for the second moving there were none we're on item o vote on the consent calendar with the exception of the resolution 2a on it package 24 and page 33 which have been severed by commissioner wynns. >> i mean ms. casco roll call vote please. ms. chin. >> ms. fewer mr. haney ms. mendoza-mcdonnell ms. norton. >> i didn't except no on k two. >> bullet. >> ms. wynns
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and dr. murase. >> thank you thank you very much we're on item p consent calendar resolution severed for board discussion and immediate action. >> commissioner wynns. >> i have two items one is actually item 5 of two a on page 24 a million dollars grant from the california department of finance for innovation an innovation and higher education its purposes to increase the post secondary enrollment that is very little information that is the format but i kind of like to know what is it is before we is, yes we'll do that i understand it is not a lot of money comparatively speaking by one of the things if we don't know anything about it oh, yeah,
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we do something did we know about it and kevin is finally that's why you're smiling right so nobody knows about that i can get the information later oh. >> (laughter). >> so sorry. >> go i'm such an idiot where are any glasses. >> here you want mine? >> okay. so i hope ken norman
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is listening she embarrassed me as many of you may know we applied about city college for the government's initiative grant and received for bridge to success we received a $3 million innovation award yeah. and one million dollars is for us and one million dollars - the entire award goes to city college and then they, decide how to xrorpgs that $3 million grants we great and that city college said that was a joint project they'll take a million dollars and we'll share a million dollars in shared funding so this million dollars is to accept it >> basically, the same program we've been doing bridge to
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success. >> an award to continue to do the work we've been doing with city college. >> no - a new source of fuentes wlaum by funding. >> the gage grant is actually ended up so, now we have no funding for san francisco day or the council's for the p lc with the city college councils for the math teachers to meet with the math teachers to have the joints enter departmental meetings in addition to providing incentive and support programs for the students during their freshmen year the grants has to the been appropriated they're doing it only to accept the million dollars and you'll
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start to see things come in. >> if i may i was - thank you that is helpful but i'm - without saying oh, i want every one of those to look like one of these if someone can look at that with the eye does that say third degree anything with an explanation there are a couple of other things i've highlighted this one explicit say anything in nobody objects maybe we'll look at the agenda in the future you know soon in the next couple agendas. >> yes. the commissioners we'll be happy to do that sometimes, we well, everybody knows what we are doing so we'd like to make sure we have an eye towards that thank you for pointing out. >> i do.
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>> why not take them together. >> so the other one on page 33 and this says so i'd like to know kurt's pot it. >> another short one so i've asked them executive director daniel in h.r. that has oversight of the benefits team to speak a little bit on the details of perking spot something we've got a new benefit to our employees if they want. >> good afternoon commissioners thanks for the opportunity to speak if so a initiative program it is free of cost to the district and gives a number of
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gym memberships and theater discounts and cell provider like at&t and verizon to help make a few things for affordable in the city. >> so it is - >> it's a for profit they make money off the merchants but free of cost for our employees to use. >> so i want what i want our obligation to make sure we have to disclose where we're giving employee information to the for profit what we get out of that look at both sides. >> of course in our sort of tentative agreement it is pending approval here we do we're not providing employee information it is opted only
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people can include it in open enrollment and employees interested can enroll with air ucsf address and they can't use it information or sell it for other purposes. >> yes. >> i'm still a little bit nervous but this is a little bit slippery slope i want to provide things for the employees an as he knows the cost of living here is prohibited but i still am a little bit nervous and superintendent and sxhultd. >> sure thank you, commissioner we have a healthy sense of skepticism this is passed through the legal department our contracting officer we've subtle made sure that no identifiable information is provided to those folks an opt in and i think from
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a couple of conversations with new teachers with the orientation i had the opportunities to participate they were excited about it i think this is going to be you can no discharge danger to us i'm going to sign up for the gym membership (laughter) a nice perk for the employees. >> open-ended contract. >> this is another example where - this is not a lot of information about something that is maybe great but maybe a little bit slippery slope. >> that's a 3 year agreement we thought that was exciting a referral program for local businesses so from employees that sign up they have a favorite restaurant or establishment in the city they can refer that to perks slot and they'll have them in for local
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discounts too. >> commissioner walton. >> so just to question because i've dealt with this a little bit in my other life the events for perk spot their solicit the district employees and get a percentage with work with vendors. >> is that. >> i'm sorry i'm not following the question one more time. >> basically, their benefit for perk spot to solicit our employees to connect them with the companies. >> yeah. as american people's employee there's a website if you registration our website to have access to the merchants that off perks through perk spot and something a monthly pamphlet
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how much out of saved often the restaurant or whatever. >> the word free is definitely free to the district because it is at the expense of the district employee with heavy solicitations there's a possibility that happens. >> one the thoughts of of the things to go into it how solicited and we'll not hair the districts e-mails with peculiar spot specifically for that it is important it is opt in only so only employees that want to be part of it will be part of it. >> how about outreach to our employees how will they learn about their option opting in. >> no we've prepared our open enrollment materials that goes
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out in september for to include a flier as part of open enrollment and for the new hire packets we'll probably put something in there as well. >> commissioners keep in mind if an employee opts in they can opt out. >> i just think we have to be careful how we our employees that this is like have i got a deal for you b.a. but what you you getting access to our employees is a big deal; right? so you can see other thing all our other contracts have was ways to cancel them do they have a thirty days cancelation
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>> i'm not sure we're going into a mou we'll have to consultant. >> commissioner walton in a moment i share some of commissioner wynns concerns particularly a 3 year contract we haven't had a chance to vet it we' awe in the meantime it b if it getting goes out with open enrollments we have fully vetoed it i guess i'm not comfortable i have enough information to make that call tonight. >> commissioner walton. >> that's my question i know that is an mou not a contract but one does it have to be 3 years and if severed how to guarantee we'll basically stop the solicitation of the
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employees. >> i'd like do my homework to answer that. >> we can consult with legal in terms of as we design the perimeters of the mou we'll consult legal on. >> i don't have questions about the legal illegality this can be very legal not stopping a corporation from doing what they do in regards to solicitation. >> i'd like to recognize our general council. >> i'll suggest with the commissioners concerns we get a little bit further in the process and bringing that back to the board and include language the commission is not explori endorsing and our employees can unprescribe if they decide this is too intrusive and we can
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certainly make sure there is a cancelation period so if this goes wrong we cancel it with thirty days notice. >> commissioner vice president haney. >> that sounds great i saw them nodding their heads it would be great to consult and have a chat with our labor units with concerns. >> commissioners i want to say we're going to pull this from this agenda we'll had had homework and this is not a extended benefit this is a memorandum of understanding so we're trying to give folks to our folks not trying to solicit them but give opportunities to our folks anything that saves to work and live in the city i know that is what you what i want to
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be clear if there's concern stwlaefr we'll not bring this back to you. >> if i may just i'd like to i don't want to interrupt but there is - i did not think that the district has any you know nashz nash purchase but the other side of the mou i think that is kind of our job here. >> student delegates. >> if i may how do does it effect the sfusd students. >> this is an employee benefit so it does not not a benefit offered to students only a benefit for employees. >> thank you. >> that's a great question. >> so my understanding is this item is withdrawn from the consent calendar. >> but mr. superintendent is it
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coming back at another meeting bringing back a brand new item. >> it will come back as a new item. >> so we have remaining vote on 2a that was severed commissioner walton. >> by no means do you want to take any benefits away into the district personnel isle i've spent time with the aggressive corporations it would, great if employees are telling us this is something we want and see this will help with any reluctance. >> thank you very much ms. sanchez we're now on roll call for the severed stem 2a. >> we'll voting on b-1 grants.
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>> the whole item has been - thank you. >> ms. fewer mr. haney ms. mendoza-mcdonnell arrest ms. norton only abstain on items 11 and 12. >> mr. walton arrest chinese i ms. wynns and dr. murase. >> thank you. >> we're on item q for first reading i need a motion and second for this revision of bylaws and reading materials may i have a motion and second i'll refer this to the rules committee next is sb two by
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bylaws order of business i need a motion and second. >> second. >> i will refer this to the rules committee i believe that the general council as introductory remarks not public comment on this item tonight. >> i believe that dr. murase you're referring to we've made revisions since the agenda was put together to the order of business and the revisions are in the lobby and available to the public and available to the members with the revisions that the bylaws for the rules committee for consideration. >> thank you very much i want to point out to colleagues there is a new section about the proper procedure for board revisions and we're recommending
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changes to the order of business to help the flow of the meeting please join us at rules committee the next order of business is proposed for board meeting none and item s is standing committee report i'd like to announce the ad hoc committees of the board of education for july 1st june 2016 for the budget and business services rachel norton as chair members commissioner mendoza-mcdonnell and commissioner fewer the building grounds and services committee will be chaired by commissioner mendoza-mcdonnell with commissioners hastening and walter as you members for the program count i committee commissioner walton will serve as chair and the rules policy
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and legislation commissioner mendoza-mcdonnell will serve and commissioner walton and i as members for the student commissioner chung whether chair with commissioner norton and commissioner wynns on the ad hoc on personnel relations one change ms. casco so commissioner fewer will chair with members commissioner norton and myself this is change as of tonight on the city and school district select committee we have 3 representatives if the board commissioner fewer, matt haney and shau shamann walton's and the adas hock joint committee is not meeting we anticipate they'll meet in the coming school year i want to appoint commissioner
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fewer and commissioner mendoza-mcdonnell to that committee the times that the committees have not be determined up to the chair to consultant their members to determine that hopefully within the next meeting. >> yes. mr. superintendent. >> thank you madam president what were the two changes to chairmanship. >> this is where we'll get the names. >> not the chair but michigander for the ad hoc on personnel matters not commissioner walton but myself and other than the city select economy it will not be myself but commissioner walton. >> great so the chairs doesn't change wonderful and i've also for our information board members i've sent the memo to all of the liaisons in the district regarding those committee soimentsz and asked
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them to reach out to the chair of the by these to work with you for a syllabuses for the course of year to be clear about what we're covering and over the course the year to staff that so expect a contact if staff members. >> excuse me. can i ask a question. >> yes. >> one of the things that we may need to figure out is that in the past two years we've had a lot of things with between the rules and membership we don't have with the new committees we've had challenge of because what happens that truthfully we end up talking about the state budget if the rules committee because that's when the advocates come here to talk about bills as they end up talking about the budget too so we'll have figure out that just wanted to say that it is not as
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easy. >> i'll recommend for the key months of the year that we set a date early that there be a joint meeting. >> we've discussed it that the past and see if it is doable at this time not been in the past it it doesn't matter because an overlap in mile-per-hour. >> okay let's see we are on item b board delegates any reports of the s.b.a. or city schools? >> well, i do want to mention that superintendent carranza hosts the council in san francisco and it was a treat to meet other school board members and superintendent from the major is schools i was sitting with a school board member if
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orlando that said many people think this is highly luck terrify to run this is not the case lessor (laughter) that was a very interesting everything all others reports by board members there are no committee reports but if board members participated in any recent actives superintendent carranza. >> madam president i'm sorry, i want to add to the council of school the national conference is in long beach we've been informed that it has been the practice there is a forum that takes place during one the days of the conference that the national toasted televised that will be hosted with a ask the
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panel that discussed race, education and class and college going cultures in school district we're pleased to have to sfusd students whose names are yet to be revealed has to be clear by the parents we couldn't be prouder to have them speaking their truth on this national panel. >> thank you. superintendent i wanted to report that the school district has sent a letter to the school business for the leadership program i was fortunate to be on the delegation wanted to thank the deputy director superintendant guerrero and special assistant for a week of deep work on african-american achievement and think there were lots of really
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strong ideas how to betters organ the school district and classrooms for african-american achievement and i was very pleased to see that the evidence will then show at the administrators institute i want to congratulate the team that put that together including the superintendent colleagues commissioner norton and commissioner wynns for attending that that was a great way to start the year any other errors seeing none, report of closed session action so at this time we will recess no. we're not going to recess. >> we haven't made that change to the order of business that action it for reporting any closed session you've taken from previous meetings. >> oh, i see so the closed session items were recorded previously so there are
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nun tonight item u others informational items post on the agenda is a staffer of the acceptance of gifts for june and july of 2015 to the donors quite a list and like to adjourn i know the superintendent has covered some of this but we've put together an many memoriam for in particular teacher ed and form school board member and our thoughts go out to the student we lost but our custom will not have a memoriam for the student our hearts are with east side family and all those who knew and loved him we've experienced a devastating loss with 14 years at street schools who taught the
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students tremendous challenges an on and on educator who shared his nature with the projects get out and learner he forged a partnership with our students and evolving many had an opportunity to become hired members of the staff mr. chief administrative officer no did we we want to do changed the lives for the better and his students talk about the enthusiasm and it's dogged commitment a kind and charismatic person that was persistence with a great sense of humor that uplifted those around him staff suggested 3 testimonials for facebook
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dedicated so i'll read with the bonds and the trusted every single student had with you the feeling of you will not be gotten you've helped us in family as a kid my family was only my parents but with you, i realized its not just you and the family you love people you can count is on and you may be gone but your much closer because you're in the hearts of every single student and personally in the hearts of my family i love you ed, i know you're watching over me now i ask you no more credit loss secondly, i'll thank you for pushing and encouraging me back in 2007 i accomplished many goals miss you eddy and finally ed you're a hero and a better
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friend a true angel in disguise i'll not forget you love you always we're planning a time where students what celebrate and remember mr. chief administrative officer no and finally in memory the member of the board of supervisors she's most the vetted teacher until here passing last year if bolivia received the public administration council psychiatrist from i's f and graduate from the management development for entrepreneurs program from ucla she was appointed by george gascon and
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ran in the citywide elections elected for a 2, 3 year term and served as vice president and twice as president and as the superintendent mentions the first latina woman elected to office if the city's history during ear tenure they're she was an advocate for support service for immigrants students and english learners and served as a delegate and served on several boards and emigrate the orders of francisco from the republic of vince wall and the from mexico government other awards include the chamber of commerce, the historic making history and the latinos heritage most education award she was the matriculate of her family and
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the board of education and express our sincere condolences meetin
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>> good morning and welcome to actually the very first subcommittee of the transportation authority for timma, the treasure island mobility management agency for today, thursday, july 30th. my name is jane kim, i'm chairing this committee. i'm joined by committee members, supervisor christensen, who serves as vice-chair, and supervisor

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