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that really if talk about the because of a parent actually are really involved there is a base appearance that is sustainable parents there's a vehicle for sustainability for this is just i think is compliant i think that is more than maybe what some schools have but i want to say it didn't i think what we're looking at for in engagement for parents to be understand and navigate the system how it works but we are looking for parents to have been a little of checks and balances to punish what they think their children and school needs i think this is why we have parents engagement pea why we have a school counselor a collective voice by there are a
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little bit of tension we believe that is activates a better product so you can respond do you want to respond go ahead. >> well, you make a good point we're discussing the regulatory compliance component in addition to the score card in the entire section with the community type with the combfrments take the engagement and really something with trader but this is an outdoor side above and beyond what the policies say. >> thank you thanks we're working on it as a district so thank you for that clarification. >> sorry i have two questions so why are we are doing this just for the two schools are they the ones that need chinese
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we call them a general templates with all the comploents according to federal regulation they need to have and when we look at the template we thwart it and sometimes they leave outs language their reviewed for a federal program and looking at those 20/20 and felt they will left out the components. >> does that mean all the other schools whether or not this language is in all the policies. >> and look at them internally. >> all the other schools. >> - >> not just the 7 under review. >> and then is it standard for us to name apparatus programs we're working with i ask that because of the programs come and
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go and change like hillcrest is didn't they are organization i'm curious that did that mean they morning work with the participates or that we have to come back and change that or something that just has to be get checked regularly. >> as part of imbalanced score card this is to approve that by the school council you'll see side language surveyor from years and years and in a particular years sooefg the offer laptop with the balanced score card. >> commissioner wynns we've talked about that what school is that. >> the county school. >> okay. we've never seen
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that before so i wanted and, of course, this is exactly what people are complaining but with the federal government you know that nitpick i didn't i don't want to our staff to spend a lot of time 2 makes us believe which is true they're not paid attention to the big picture and they're about - we have to make sure that everybody in terms of instead of going back and changing policies to be compliant what we be better as our framework are instructions about the compliance as well as substance what is more important. >> absolutely.
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>> what is more compliant. >> like i've mentioned we have item placed with the ordinance we ask them to focus on the parents ties of the s r t for the 7 or 8ably 9 they're reviewing this is pretty good we have only a couple of lines to taylor. >> how much do we want to avoid encourage them to do what is right as opposed to our to ourselves. >> thank you. okay. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> ms. fewer. >> yes. ms. mendoza-mcdonnell dr. murase
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ms. norton mr. walton ms. wynns mr. haney 7 i's. >> consent calendar thank you item m consent calendar resolution were removed for a second reading and action there was one withdrawn and item n vote on consent calendar. >> thank you ms. fewer ms. mendoza-mcdonnell yes except for items k-4 through 12. >> a lot of from k f w. >> dr. murase ms. norton mr. walton ms. wynns and mr. haney thank you. >> item organization wait - >> item organization he guess the calendar. >> severed for board discussion and o. >> item o.
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>> this was at partnerships are the new teacher center so new teacher center is what? >> thank you so the district had a partnership with new teacher center for a dedicated. >> this is the santa cruz that's all i need to know. >> nothing new about the teacher project (laughter). >> right. >> shall we vote on that. >> okay. >> ms. fewer. >> tell them to change their name. >> we're going to vote can we do it oar thank you ms. fewer sorry. >> what am a voting for oar
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the new teacher consent calendar. >> the new teachers projects okay yes. >> thank you yes. >> ms. mendoza-mcdonnell recorded they are vote, vote as i dr. murase ms. norton mr. walton and ms. wynns and mr. haney 7 i's. >> item p introduction of assignment to committee is where we have superintendents proposal for first reading board policy personnel leaves for certificate and board policy personnel leaves by the salesmen board policy personnel leaves for clarified unrepresented supervisorial and management not
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necessarily a motion and second for introduction. >> second. >> for that referred to the rules committee no members, there is none tonight. i just want to say that i don't know how much those policies address technicality we're not having a rules committee in may that's the same as a legal outlet and one other item referred to the committee we'll wait for the protective position until june does if matter when this comes up at the second meeting in june mr. vice president. >> it will keep until the second meeting. >> item q for actions, there is none tonight. and board members report standing committees report from the ever exciting
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augmented curriculum and program committee i can't wait to hear. >> vice president walton. >> i think i need to do a better job we actually had less attendance so i encourage you to come out onion the first monday of the month but we just had informational items that he last meeting so we discussed the school quality index and the ethic studies the skvp and our teachers support and assessment update 0 we had a good meeting great content and again, the excitement was not due to the fact of the presenters not a big showing at the last meeting thank you. >> commissioner norton report from the budget committee. >> i feel like a i have to
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talk about up my committee the budget and services committee met on the fourth we talked about one of the action item the other act item with the percentage for sfusd co-chaired by ms. fewer and president haney and mr. walton was given a positive recommendation and we also have been an interesting presentation on the curriculum instructions site a very complex department i think we learned a lot about the- it is our laced department review for the year and i think that is been a productive exercise to vote through the department budgets and certain questions thank you to the staff for helping us 80 add to our understanding and the next budget committee will be on
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june 1st something a little bit different we usually do a committee as whole for the budget committee in june we'll still do and discuss the proposed budget but the sneak in one more budget committee under the wire. >> thank you ms. norton and report from the ad hoc committee own labor relations commissioner fewer. >> oh, a report on teachers of america i think everyone received that report in their mailbox thanks. >> and we gave it no recommendation. >> great other reports by board members or announcements committee commissioner mendoza-mcdonnell autopsy i said to remind
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everyone we're having your engradual helped at the palace hole and honoring all the folks for innovation and teacher awards a lovely event and please visit the spark sf gala website we're look forward to this event thank you, thank you for all who pulled this together a task for a fundraiser and your diners have about think wonderful we're recognizing them as well. >> might be a warriors dwam and might be later vice
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president walton in shows you a super exist each and everyone sinking and dancing bracketing out we're south the bar high and honoring the seniors an invaluable for students of '86 they're going on to a four-year program and we're asking the public to support the unified school district i want to graduate the professionalism arts on the leaders 8 percent 4 birthday with the appearance from justice brewer and
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contribute the greeting on may 1st, it was fantastic that was by the aluminum to benefit the frolics society i learned was founded in 1892 the old institution in the united states and finally wanted to give out the registration for the welcome day with the superintendent referred to sfusd family welcome day 2016 a free event we want to know if you're come please r.s.v.p. >> tomorrow night the filipino organizations is will be honor their scholarship award i want
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to mention that the students had that maintain a 4.0 tomorrow night and 6:00 p.m. >> no more denouncements by board members and other things for the quarterly report item t memorial adjournment. >> thank you permeating i'm going to ask anyone who please take a moment of reflection this honor of being able to read the memorial adjournment we're honors to have gail koffman the wife the berry koffman thank you for being here gail so i'd like to read the in memoriam in adjournment the fold of item has
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lost the pianos of berry koffman tonight we close in miss honor 40 years of positions a teacher and research and writer a minute of teacher association the dean of education alters cljz and helped with the alameda the staff education fund and his on consultation work with the sfusd dr. koffman spent a decade on behalf of our students providing clear guidance and with the isp grant that focused on the impacts of our strategy reform effort to pep help under performance schools and up to a month ago to assist us in monitoring the support to address the needs of the most vulnerable homelessness population and the eyes of
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resources in his work they helped the students at the center and challenged us to not to accept the status quo and recognized his peers from a great many of articles it is appropriate to cite a quote i quote schools need to provide initiative that have continuous development of students and educator unquote our deeply 0 condolences to his wife gail and daughter who have left their own recommendations and she was a teacher on behalf of the entire unified school district and the board of education please accept our condolences berg what about a colleague and refrain he was in my professional a friend but
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he was witty and a renaissance man will be missed but the impact of his work in the sfusd about to that continue to be with us for decades to come in generations of students with this intelligent. >> commissioner mendoza-mcdonnell. >> i just wanted to spend my condolences to berry he was a wonderful friend of the fairmont community and jan was my daughters kindergartener teacher at the time and so delight to be around and i know that berry's going to be incredibly missed he was just bubblely and smiley and could talk about you know the
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evaluation and assault riffles they were interested in what the assault riffles were about but he just never skipped a beat and so wonderful to be able to catch how the kids were doing and the grandchildren were doing hole be deeply missed and so thank you jen. >> i also want to say that when i first came on the board 8 years ago i was chair felt curriculum committee i saw berry a lot and have to say he was also a critical friend i could trust his (throughout the committee on the curriculum committee for many, many years and he was at person and a gentleman but i have to say very kind very gem very i think tuff
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and the last time they spoke to any about the parents and the concerns he had and i assume i think that he was a lovely man and completely a gentleman. >> my condolences. >> this meeting is now adjourned
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>> i have 2 job titles. i'm manager of the tour program as well as i am the historyian of city hall. this building is multifaceted to say the very least it's a municipal building that operates the city and county of san francisco. this building was a dream that
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became a reality of a man by the name of james junior elected mayor of san francisco in 1912. he didn't have a city hall because it was destroyed in the earth wake of 1906. construction began in april of 1913. in december 1915, the building was complete. it opened it's doors in january 1916. >> it's a wonderful experience to come to a building built like this. the building is built as a palace. not for a king or queen. it's built for all people. this building is beautiful art. those are architecture at the
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time when city hall was built, san francisco had an enormous french population. therefore building a palace in the art tradition is not unusual. >> jimmie was an incredible individual he knew that san francisco had to regain it's place in the world. he decided to have the tallest dome built in the united states. it's now stands 307 feet 6 inches from the ground 40 feet taller than the united states capital. >> you could spend days going around the building and finding something new. the embellishment, the carvings,
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it represents commerce, navigation, all of the things that san francisco is famous for. >> the wood you see in the board of supervisor's chambers is oak and all hand carved on site. interesting thing about the oak is there isn't anymore in the entire world. the floors in china was cleard and never replanted. if you look up at the seceiling you would believe that's hand kof carved out of wood and it is a cast plaster sealing and the only spanish design in an arts
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building. there are no records about how many people worked on this building. the workman who worked on this building did not all speak the same language. and what happened was the person working next to the other person respected a skill a skill that was so wonderful that we have this masterpiece to show the world today.
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>> good morning, everyone. this is the finance committee of the san francisco county transportation authority. it is tuesday may, tenth, 2016. our clerk is mr. steve stamos could you please do the roll call? >> sure. item one, roll call. commissioner campos? >> absent. >> cohen? >> absent. >> kim? >> here. >> present. >> mar. >> here. >> present. >> yee? >> present. >> we have a quorum. >> thank you. i wanted to thank josh and charles from sfgtv for tell vicing this today and as always. please call the second item. >> the consent calendar, 2, 3, comprise, the consent calendar, considered routine and the staff is not planning to present on
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these items if a member objects any of the item may be removed and considered separately. >> i see no questions, let's open this up for the public comment. anyone want to talk about consent calendar? >> seeing none, public comment is closed. colleagues, could we approve the consent calendar, or do we need a roll call? >> the consent calendar. commissioner campos? >> ab accident. >> cohen, absent. >> commissioner kim. >> aye. >> mar. >> yes. >> aye. >> commissioner yee. >> aye. >> consent calendar is approved. >> item four? >> four, state and federal legislative up date. this is an action item. >> and we have mr. mark watts. >> good morning, commissioners i am happy to be here today, there are six bills that we want to draw your attention to or actions ranging from watch to oppose. the first measure is on page 17,
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ab 2088 and it deals with hit and run accidents and it deals with somebody who accepts a lesser charge. and i think that a reduced penalty. and we have recommended watch at this point in time to see how this bill fares. second bill, on page 24, ab 25086, deals with parking as the parking bill of rights according to him and it deals with a number of parking-related actives where he is trying to rectify what he believes are bad policies by administered by the cities and counties around the state and we have recommended a watch for that as well and although we have been notified that the mta may be seeking an amendment to deal with one of the aspects that