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>>> GOOD EVENING. I WOULD LIKE TO CALL THIS MEETING TO ORDER AT 5:16 P.M. WOULD YOU CALL THE ROLL CALL?

>> GRANT. >> PRESENT.

>> HARDEN. >> PRESENT.

>>HEREDIA. >> HERE .> KAPLAN.

>> HERE. >>SUSAN HEREDIA : THIS MEETING IS BEING CONDUCTED VIRTUALLY IS ALLOWED UNDER 361 GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 5.49.3 AND NUSD RESOLUTION NUMBER 21 Ã317.

THE OPEN SESSION MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES IS BEING LIVE STREAMED AT THE DIRECTION OF THE BOARD.

THE LIFESTREAM IS AVAILABLE ON THE DISTRICT WEBSITE AND THE RECORDINGS WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR VIEWING THE DAY AFTER THE BOARD MEETING. I ALSO WANT TO NOTE MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC HAVE TWO OPTIONS TO PROVIDE PUBLIC COMMENTS THIS EVENING. E COMMENTS CAN BE SUBMITTED PUBLIC COMMENTS@NATOMASUNIF IED.ORG OR CONSTITUENTS CAN REQUEST TO GIVE ALIVE PUBLIC COMMENT OVER THE PHONE.

MORE SPECIFIC INFORMATION CAN BE FOUND ON THE BOARD AGENDA.

PLEASE NOTE, IN ACCORDANCE WITH BOARD BY LOT 923 23 MEETING CONDUCT, INDIVIDUAL SPEAKERS SHALL BE ALLOWED TO MINUTES TO ADDRESS THE BOARD ON THE BOARD SHALL LIMIT THE TOTAL TIME FOR

[V. CLOSED SESSION ]

PUBLIC INPUT ON EACH ITEM TO 20 MINUTES.

THE BOARD WILL BE GOING INTO CLOSED SESSION TO DISCUSS GOVERNMENT CODE 54949.5 CONFERENCE WITH REAL PROPERTY NEGOTIATORS PROPERTY APN NUMBER 201 Ã0300 Ã153 AND 201 Ã0300 Ã139. WE WILL ALSO CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATED , DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVE ANGELA HERRERA, EMPLOYEE ORGANIZATION THE CALIFORNIA SCHOOL EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION AND FINALLY CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATOR, DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVE ANGELA HERRERA, DID WE RECEIVE ANY E COMMENTS FOR THE CLOSED SESSION ITEMS?

>> WE DID NOT RECEIVE ECOMMENT FOR ANY OTHER CLOSED SESSION

ITEMS THIS EVENING. >>SUSAN HEREDIA : ITALIA, HOW WE RECEIVED ANY LIVE COMMENTS FOR THE CLOSED SESSION ITEMS.

>> WE HAVE NOT RECEIVED ANY LIVE COMMENTS FOR THE CLOSED

SESSION ITEMS. >>SUSAN HEREDIA : THEN AT THIS TIME I WOULD LIKE TO ASK THE TRUSTEES AND STAFF TO LEAVE THE OPEN ZOOM SESSION AND USE THE INFORMATION TO JOIN THE CLOSED SESSION.E WILL RECONVENE OPEN SESSION AT 6:00 P.M. OR

SHORTLY THEREAFTER FOLLOWING >> ORDER, RECONVENE THIS MEETING AT 6:05 IT WOULD YOU CALL THE ROLL CALL?

>>BAINS ? >> HERE.

>> GRANT. >> PRESENT.

>> HARDEN ABSENT. HEREDIA.

>> PRESENT. >> KAPLAN.

>> HERE. >> WALI-ALI.

>> HERE. >>SUSAN HEREDIA : ALL RIGHT.

[IX. APPROVAL OF THE AGENDA]

ACTION WAS TAKEN DURING CLOSED SESSION THIS EVENING AND I AM LOOKING FOR A MOTION ON A SECOND O APPROVE THE AGENDA.

>> SO MOVED. >>SUSAN HEREDIA : MOVED BY

TRUSTEEKAPLAN . >> SECOND.

>>SUSAN HEREDIA : SECOND BY TRUSTEE BAINS.

WOULD YOU CALL THE ROLL CALL? > BAINS.

>> YES. >> GRANT.

>> AYE. >> HARDEN ABSENT.

HEREDIA? >>SUSAN HEREDIA : AYE.

>> KAPLAN. >> AYE.

>> WALI-ALI. >> AYE.

>>SUSAN HEREDIA : MOTION CARRIES 5/0.

TONIGHT WE DO HAVE A PUBLIC HEARING.

I WOULD LIKE TO OPEN THE PUBLIC HEARING FOR THE CALIFORNIA VOTING RIGHTS ACT KNOWN AS CPR .

NOT CONSIDERATION FOR THIS IS OUR FIRST PUBLIC EARING AND COOPERATIVE STRATEGIES FOR YOU THE DRAFT MAPS WITH PUBLIC THE WRITTEN STILL REPRESENTING COOPERATIVE STRATEGIES WILL BE

JUSTIN RICH AND DOUG . >> THEY ARE ON THEIR WAY IN AND

SO IS TRUSTEE HARDEN. >>SUSAN HEREDIA : OKAY.

>> DID WE MISS THE PLEDGE? >>SUSAN HEREDIA : WE DID.

LET'S WAIT UNTIL WE GET EVERYBODY IN AND THEN WE WILL DO THAT. AND THANK YOU TRUSTEE GRANT.

>>MICAH GRANT : ALL GOOD. I WAS JUST CHECKING.

>>SUSAN HEREDIA : I APPRECIATE THAT.

>>MICAH GRANT : IT WAS NOT A POLITICAL STATEMENT.

JUST CHECKING. >> I THINK WE ARE GOOD IF WE DO

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THE PLEDGE, THAT WOULD BE GREAT.

>>SUSAN HEREDIA : ALL RIGHT. CAN EVERYBODY STAND, PLEASE, FOR THE PLEDGE AND I WILL LEAD THE PLEDGE THIS EVENING.

SO IF YOU CAN STAND AND BEGIN. 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. THANK YOU.

AND NOW DO WE HAVE OUR SPECIAL GUEST?

>> WE WILL START WITH JUSTIN. JUSTIN, CAN YOU HEAR US?

>> I CAN. THANK YOU.

HOW ARE YOU GUYS QUICK. >> GOOD.

HOW ARE YOU DOING? DOUG, ARE YOU THERE?

>> DOUG IS. HE IS JUST JOINING MY AUDIO.

>> OKAY. TO DOUG, YOU ARE THERE? OKAY. SO HOW WOULD YOU LIKE TO GO ABOUT THIS, JUSTIN? ARE YOU PREPARED TO LET THE TRUSTEE OPEN THE PUBLIC HEARING AND HAVE US MOVE FORWARD?

>> I AM READY. >> OKAY.

WE WERE TRYING TO MANEUVER SOME TECHNICAL THINGS BEHIND THE SCENE. WE HAVE THE PLEDGE, WE HAVE THE

APPROVAL OF THE AGENDA. >>SUSAN HEREDIA : WE DID.

>> GREAT. THEN PLEASE, GAVEL IN.

CALL THE PUBLIC HEARING ON LET'S GET TO THIS TOPIC I KNOW PEOPLEWOULD LIKE TO TALK ABOUT .

[X. PUBLIC HEARING ]

>>SUSAN HEREDIA : I'M GOING TO GAVEL IN WITH MY PEN.

I WOULD LIKE TO CALL THIS PUBLIC HEARING TO ORDER.

OPEN THE PUBLIC HEARING FOR THE CALIFORNIA VOTING RIGHTS ACT, CONSIDERATION PUBLIC HEARING NUMBER ONE COOPERATIVE STRATEGIES. WE WILL REVIEW THE DRAFT MAPS PRIOR TO TAKING THE PUBLIC COMMENT THIS EVENING.

SO AT THIS TIME HERE IS OUR POWERPOINT PRESENTATION AND AND DOUG, YOU ARE GOING TO GO AHEAD?

>> DOUG ORR JUSTIN, TAKE IT AWAY.

>> THANK YOU. WE ARE HERE TO DISCUSS THE MAP SCENARIOS BASED ON INPUT WE RECEIVED FROM YOU ALL AND FROM COMMUNITY MEMBERS. WE ARE EXCITED TO SHARE THESE WITH YOU. THIS REALLY IS AN INNOVATIVE PROCESS. WE TAKE INTO CONSIDERATION YOUR FEEDBACK, GO BACK TO THE DRAWING BOARD AND CREATE NEW MAPS. WE EXPECT TO BE ABLE TO DO THAT A COUPLE TIMES. I'M GOING TO FOCUS IN A LITTLE BIT ON THE DIFFERENT FIVE DIFFERENT SCENARIOS WE HAVE IN THE VARIOUS GEOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS OF EACH.

BUT THEN WE ARE GOING TO FOCUS ON SOME OF THE DEMOGRAPHIC ASPECTS AS WELL AND JUST POINT THOSE OUT FOR COMPARISON AS WE GO ALONG. WHAT YOU SEE IN FRONT OF YOU IS THE TIMELINE FOR THE TRUSTEE AREA PROCESS.

AND SO THIS IS OUR PUP HEARING ON THE MAPS WE HAVE JUST CREATED. WE EXPECT TO HAVE TWO MORE MEETINGS IN NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER.

ULTIMATELY THESE ARE GOING TO GO INTO EFFECT IN THE NOVEMBER 2022 ELECTION CYCLE AS WE DISCUSSED BEFORE, WHICH MEANS WE NEED TO HAVE THESE APPROVED IN THE SPRINGTIME.

WE EXPECT TO BRING THIS TO THE COUNTY COMMITTEE ON SCHOOL DISTRICT ORGANIZATION FOR THEIR FINAL APPROVAL AND THAT IS THE LAST STEP IN ORDER TO GET THESE APPROVED.

NEXT SLIDE. SO JUST AS A REVIEW FOR THE CONSIDERATIONS THAT GO INTO DRAWING TRUSTEE AREAS, THERE'S A NUMBER WE HAVE LISTED HERE ON THE SCREEN AND OVER THE CATEGORIZED THESE IN TWO DIFFERENT WAYS.

THERE ARE THINGS WE HAVE TO DO IN ORDER TO COMPLY WITH THE LA . AND ROMAN CAN SPEAK TO SOME OF THOSE. WILL TOUCH ON THE HIGHLIGHTS OF. AND AND THERE ARE THINGS WE SHOULD DO BECAUSE IT MAKES SENSE FROM A KEEPING COMMUNITIES TOGETHER. AND MAKE SENSE JUST IN TERMS OF REPRESENTATION AND TRYING TO HAVE THE BEST REPRESENTATION POSSIBLE, KEEPING COMMUNITIES WITH A SINGLE VOICE TOGETHER.

SO THOSE ARE THE TYPES OF THINGS THAT ARE THINGS THAT WE SHOULD DO AND REALLY VERY BASED ON EACH COMMUNITY WE ARE IN.

SO WE HAVE TO MAKE SURE EACH AREA IS ROUGHLY EQUAL IN SIZE.

IT'S NOT PERFECTLY BALANCED, BUT ROUGHLY EQUAL IN SIZE AND OUR THRESHOLD IS A VARIANCE BETWEEN THE LARGEST AND SMALLEST TRUSTEE AREAS OF LESS THAN 10 PERCENT.

WE ALSO NEED TO MAKE SURE THESE AREAS ARE DRAWN TO COMPLY WITH THE FEDERAL VOTING RIGHTS ACT, WHICH MEANS WE ARE NOT IMPAIRING THE ABILITY TO ELECT THE CANDIDATE OF THEIR CHOICE.

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AND SO THE OTHER THINGS WE SHOULD DO, KEEPING AREAS AS COMPACT AND CONTIGUOUS AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE.

I ALWAYS KNOW WHEN WE HAVE SCHOOL DISTRICTS THAT ARE ODDLY SHAPED TO BEGIN WITH, THAT IS NOT ALWAYS THE EASIEST.

WHEN YOU FACTOR IN THINGS LIKE POPULATION DENSITY AND NATURAL GEOGRAPHIC FEATURES, THAT IS SORT OF A RELATIVE TERM.

ALSO, WE SHOULD RESPECT COMMUNITIES OF INTEREST AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE. THIS MEANS GROUPS THAT HAVE SHARED SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS THAT CAN TAKE A LOT OF DIFFERENT FORMS. OFTEN TIMES THE BOUNDARIES FOR THOSE COMMUNITIES OF INTEREST ARE MAN-MADE AND NATURAL GEOGRAPHIC FEATURES OFTEN TIMES THAT MAKE SENSE IN ORDER TO FOLLOW THOSE FEATURES. AND THEN TO THE EXTENT WE CAN RESPECT INCUMBENCY, THAT IS A VALID CONSIDERATION.

IT SHOULD BE OUR ONLY CONSIDERATION.

AND OTHER LOCAL CONSIDERATIONS WHETHER THOSE ARE SCHOOL ATTENDANCE BOUNDARIES OR WHERE SCHOOLS ARE LOCATED.

THOSE ARE OFTEN TIMES THE TYPES OF CONSIDERATIONS THAT K-12 SCHOOL BOARDS WILL MAKE WHEN THEY ARE DRAWING THIS AREA.

BUT AGAIN, IT MAY BE MORE IMPORTANT IN ONE DISTRICT VERSUS ANOTHER. THAT IS REALLY UP TO YOU.

NEXT SLIDE. SO LIKE I SHARED, I'M GOING TO GO THROUGH THE VARIOUS GEOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS OF IT. WHAT WE TRIED TO DO IS SHOW YOU A FEW DIFFERENT LOOKS IN TERMS OF NEIGHBOR MAJOR ROADS AND COMMUNITIES THAT EACH ONE OF THESE AREAS WILL COVER.

WHAT YOU WILL NOTICE IS THERE ARE DIFFERENCES WHEN WE TALK ABOUT THE POPULATION BALANCE AND THE DEMOGRAPHIC COMPOSITION. THINGS LIKE CITIZEN VOTING POPULATIONS.O IN THIS FIRST SCENARIO I WILL POINT OUT STARTING IN THE EASTERN PART OF THE DISTRICT, THE SOUTHEASTERN PART OF THE DISTRICT TRUSTEE AREA ONE IS IN GREEN HERE AND YOU WILL SEE THAT IT IS ROUGHLY ORIENTED AROUND THE FIVE AND 80. AND TRUSTEE AREA TO IS THE YELLOW AREA, WHICH IS JUST ABOVE THAT IN THE EASTERN PART.

AND THEN WORKING COUNTERCLOCKWISE, THE RED AREA REPRESENTS TRUSTEE AREA NUMBER THREE.

TRUSTEE AREA FOR IS IN BLUE AND IN THE KIND OF PINK COLOR IS TRUSTEE AREAFIVE ON THE WESTERN SIDE .

NEXT SLIDE.AND SO JUST A COUPLE OF HIGHLIGHTS HERE.

IN TERMS OF THE TOTAL POPULATION IN THE DISTRICT, WE ARE TALKING JUST SHY OF 87,000 YOUR THIS IS A SIMPLE MATH PROBLEM. WE TAKE FIVE TRUSTEE AREAS AND WE DIVIDE THAT TOTAL POPULATION BY FIVE THAT GIVES US THE IDEAL TRUSTEE AREA SIZE THAT WE WOULD BE SHOOTING FOR.

THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE LARGEST AND THE SMALLEST AREA DIVIDED BY THE IDEAL TRUSTEE AREA SIZE GETS IS OUR TOTAL VARIANCE. IN THIS SCENARIO, THE TOTAL VARIANCE IS 5.6 PERCENT, WHICH IS BELOW THE 10 PERCENT THRESHOLD WE ARE TARGETING AND IN FACT EVERY ONE OF THE SCENARIOS WE ARE SHARING WITH YOU TONIGHT IS BELOW 10 PERCENT. ONE OTHER THING I WANT TO POINT OUT HERE WHEN YOU'RE LOOKING AT TRUSTEE AREA NUMBER TWO, YOU WILL SEE THERE ARE TWO COLUMNS HERE.

THERE ARE TWO COLUMNS FOR EACH OF THE TRUSTEE AREAS.

ONE THAT IS LABELED CP REPRESENTS A TOTAL POPULATION.

THIS IS DATA THAT COMES FROM THE SENSES.

AND THE SECOND COLUMN REPRESENTS THE CITIZENS VOTING AGE POPULATION. THIS LOOKS AT PEOPLE THAT ARE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE BASED ON AGE AND BASED ON THEIR CITIZENSHIP STATUS AS WELL. THOSE OF THE COLUMNS HIGHLIGHTED IN BLACK THERE. IN TRUSTEE AREA TO, YOU WILL SEE THE HIGHEST AMOUNT IN TERMS OF CITIZENS VOTING AGE POPULATION FOR THE HISPANIC LATINO PROTECTIVE CLASS.

THAT IS SOMETHING WE ARE KEEPING AN EYE ON.

AGAIN, UNDER THE FEDERAL VOTING RIGHTS ACT WE WANT TO MAKE SURE WE ARE NOT IMPAIRING THEABILITY OF A PROTECTED CLASS TO ELECT THE CANDIDATE OF THEIR CHOICE . IN THIS CASE THAT IS THE LARGEST FOR THE HISPANIC LATINO PROTECTIVE CLASS IT AND I WILL POINT THAT OUT THERE THAT IS THE CASE FOR TRUSTEE AREA NUMBER TWO IN ALL THE SCENARIOS.

NEXT SLIDE. SO IN SCENARIO B YOU WILL SEE THAT THE TRUSTEE AREAS ARE ROUGHLY ORIENTED THE SAME WAY.

I WILL POINT OUT A COUPLE OF THINGS FIRST OF ALL, TRUSTEE AREA TWO IS THE SAME IN SCENARIO A AND B . WE WILL SEE THAT IN SCENARIO B.

TRUSTEE AREA FIVE SORT OF WRAPS AROUND THE SOUTHEASTERN PORTION OF THE DISTRICT, WHICH IS DIFFERENT THAN SCENARIO A. FOR TRUSTEE AREAS THREE AND FOUR Ã EXCUSE ME, ONE AND FOUR, YOU

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WILL SEE IN THIS PARTICULAR SCENARIO THE CROSSOVER TO THE WESTERN SIDE OF THE FIVE SO THERE IS A PORTION OF THE TRUSTEE AREAS THAT CROSSOVER AND THERE ARE ALSO SOME DIFFERENCES TOWARD THE NORTH CENTRAL PART OF THE DISTRICT WERE TRUSTEE AREA FOR ALSO CROSSES OVER THE FIVE.

NEXT SLIDE. IN THIS PARTICULAR SCENARIO, THE TOTAL VARIANCE IS SLIGHTLY HIGHER AT 6.4 PERCENT.

AND THEN IN TRUSTEE AREA NUMBER TWO WE HAVE THE LARGEST PROTECTIVE CLASS THAT HISPANIC LATINO VOTERS AT ROUGHLY 33.9 PERCENT. AGAIN, THAT IS NOT CHANGED FOR THE PRIOR SCENARIO. NEXT SLIDE.

SO IN SCENARIO C, FIRST I WILL POINT OUT TRUSTEE AREA NUMBER TWO LOOKS A LITTLE BIT DIFFERENT HERE.

THERE IS THE AREA NORTH OF SAN JUAN ROAD NOW IS A PART OF TRUSTEE AREA ONE. BUT IT DOES EXTEND TO THE SOUTHERN BORDER OF THE DISTRICT UNLIKE THE OTHER SCENARIOS THAT WE HAD. THERE SIMILARLY IN THIS SCENARIO WE HAVE TRUSTEE AREAS ONE, THREE AND FOUR THAT CROSSOVER THE FIVE FREEWAY. TRUSTEE AREA NUMBER FOUR LOOKS MOSTLY THE SAME AS IT DID IN THE PRIOR SCENARIO.

THERE WAS A SLIGHT DIFFERENCE OFF NATOMAS BOULEVARD.

THERE'S A BLOCK CARVED OUT THERE.

BUT OTHERWISE THE OTHER CHANGES ARE SIMILAR TO BE.

IN THIS PARTICULAR SCENARIO, THIS IS LOIS VARIANCE IN 2.5 PERCENT. I WILL POINT OUT THE CITIZEN VOTING AGE POPULATION FOR THE HISPANIC LATINO PROTECTIVE CLASS AND TRUSTEE AREA TO DIPS SLIGHTLY, BUT OTHERWISE I THINK JUST IN TERMS OF POPULATION BALANCE THIS IS THE MOST BALANCED AMONGST THE AREAS. AGAIN, ALL THE FIVE SCENARIOS ARE WITHIN THE LEGAL THRESHOLD AND NO IT IS JUST A BALANCING ACT WITH OTHER ASPECTS OF IT IN THOSE OTHER CONSIDERATIONS THAT I SHARED. NEXT SLIDE.

SO IN SCENARIO D YOU WILL NOTICE TRUSTEE AREA NUMBER TWO IN THE SOUTHEASTERN PORTION IS THE SAME AS IT WAS IN THE PREVIOUS SCENARIO, SCENARIO D. THERE IS A DIFFERENCE HERE IN TRUSTEE AREA THREE THE WAY IT INCLUDES TERRITORY BOTH SOUTH OF MARKET IN EAST OF TROXEL. AND SO IT INCLUDES THAT AREA AND I BELIEVE THAT IS SIMILAR TO WHAT WAS DONE IN SCENARIO A AS WELL. HE WILL NOTICE ON THE WESTERN PORTIONS OF TRUSTEE AREAS ONE AND THREE THERE ARE SOME ADDITIONAL TERRITORY THAT HAS BEEN ADDED THERE.

I THINK THOSE ARE THE KEY HIGHLIGHTS IN TERMS OF THE AREA THIS TRUSTEE AREAS COVERED. NEXT SLIDE.

IN THIS SCENARIO WE DO SEE A SLIGHTLY HIGHER VARIANCE 6.1 PERCENT HERE THAT OBVIOUSLY IS LARGER THAN WHAT WE SAW IN SCENARIO D, BUT STILL WITHIN THE LEGAL THRESHOLDS.

WHEN WE LOOK AT TRUSTEE AREA TWO, THERE IS A 33.4 PERCENT POPULATION THAT IS A PLURALITY THAT PUTS A TRUSTEE AREA BASED ON CITIZEN VOTING AGE POPULATION.

BUT THAT IS SLIGHTLY LOWER THAN SCENARIO A. NEXT SLIDE.

IN SCENARIO E THIS TAKES A LITTLE BIT DIFFERENT APPROACH TO TRUSTEE AREAS ONE AND FIVE. YOU WILL NOTICE THE SOUTHERN PORTION OF THE DISTRICT IN THE AREA WEST OF THE FIVE AND AROUND I-80, THIS IS GOING TO TRUSTEE AREA NUMBER ONE.

AND WILL TRUSTEE AREA NUMBER FIVE HAS PUSHED, THE SOUTHERN BOUNDARY IF THAT IS PUSHED FURTHER NORTH.

THIS AREA FOR TRUSTEE AREA NUMBER THREE YOU CAN SEE SORT OF THE POLYGON STRETCHING DOWN TO IAD AND THEN EAST OF NATOMAS BOULEVARD. AND SO THAT TAKES UP THE

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NORTHEASTERN PORTION OF THE DISTRICT.

AGAIN, I WILL POINT OUT TRUSTEE AREA NUMBER TWO IS THE SAME AS IT IS IN SCENARIOS BE. AND SO RETURNING BACK TO THAT BOUNDARY LINE AND BE IN NORTH OF CAMINO AVENUE.

NEXT SLIDE. SO THE TOTAL VARIANCE IN THIS SCENARIO IS 6.3 PERCENT. AGAIN, ONLY LOOK AT TRUSTEE AREA TO WE HAVE A PLURALITY BASED ON VOTING AGE POPULATION IN THE HISPANIC LATINO PROTECTIVE CLASS THIS MATCHES WHAT WE SAW IN SCENARIOS A AND B. AND SO I THINK THOSE ARE THE KEY HIGHLIGHTS THAT I WANTED TO COVER.

NEXT SLIDE. IS ALSO SOME INFORMATION WE INCLUDED ON THE WEBSITE RELATED TO THE ELECTION SEQUENCING FOR EACH ONE OF THESE SCENARIOS. EACH ONE OF THE SCENARIOS WE ARE LOOKING AT THE 2022 AND 2024 BOARD ELECTIONS.

SO TWO SEATS ARE UP IN 2022 AND THREE SEATS ARE UP IN 2024.

I THINK IT IS IMPORTANT TO NOTE THAT REGARDLESS OF WHETHER OR NOT INCUMBENTS ARE HERE TOGETHER OR IT REQUIRES ELECTIONS IN AREAS THAT ARE VACANT, EACH TRUSTEE WILL SERVE OUT THEIR TERM. BUT THOSE ARE KEY POINTS TO FOCUS IN ON. ALL OF THE POTENTIAL SEQUENCING OPTIONS ARE INCLUDED ON THE DISTRICTS WEBSITE.

AND I THINK I WILL STOP THERE AND SEE IF I CAN ANSWER ANY

QUESTIONS. >> SUE, IF YOU COULD UNMUTE.

>>SUSAN HEREDIA : ALL RIGHT. SO JUSTIN, THANK YOU.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR PRESENTATION AND NOW TRUSTEES, I'M JUTTING UP LOTS OF QUESTIONS. WE WILL START WITH ANYBODY WHO

WOULD LIKE TO START. >> WE WILL START WITH CHRISTINA IS GOING TO FOCUS ON THE ECOMMENT AND THE ITALIA WILL THEN TAKE THE PHONE CALLS. OVER THE PHONE CALLS I WILL MAKE SURE TO PUT THE 20 MINUTE TIMER OVER ALL.

AND SO WE CAN ASK CHRISTINA. IN ECOMMENT.

>> YES. SO THIS PUBLIC HEARING WE RECEIVED 27 ECOMMENT. I WILL READ THE NAME OF THE FOLKS WHO SUBMITTED COMMENTS. ROSALYN BILL, BECCA CLEMENT, MICHAEL MILLS, [NAME], BRENDA BORGE, TRACY CHATTERS, HEATHER FARGO, NATE, PAT, MARIANA, WILLIAM EVERHART, NANCY EVERHART, VIRGINIA A MONTE, ELTON SEAGRAVES, MONIQUE LANGER, [NAME] ON BEHALF OF THE NATOMAS COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION TERRY BURNS AND PATRICIA ADAMS. IN ADDITION SINCE THE MEETING STARTED WE RECEIVED A COMMENT FROM DANIEL, DAVID BRADY, NOEL MORA, TERREL GRANT, LEE WAYNE JOHNSON AND LOUIS WALKER.

THE LAST SEVEN I ANNOUNCED WILL BE SENT TO TRUSTEES MOMENTARILY. THE OTHERS HAVE ALREADY BEEN SENT TO TRUSTEES AND WILL BE REPORTED IN THE OFFICIAL ORDINANCE SPOKE ONE OF THE THINGS WE AGREED TO DO AS PART OF THE PROCESS IS NOT WAIT UNTIL THE MINUTES ARE DONE.

WILL TAKE THOSE PUBLIC COMMENTS AND POST THEM TOMORROW AND OUR DEDICATED WEBPAGE TO THE TRUSTEE AREAS TO PROCESSOR THE PUBLIC WILL BE ABLE TO SEE ALL OF THOSE COMMENTS AS WELL.

>> DO WE HAVE ANY LIFE COMMENTS FOR THE PUBLIC HEARING?>> WE DO AND I WILL BEGIN TO MAKE THE PHONE CALLS NOW.

>> I WILL START TO THE 22ND MARK WHEN ITALIA IS DONE WITH

HER MESSAGE. >> GOOD EVENING.

AND: FROM NATOMAS SCHOOL BIT STRICT BOARD MOOD PRODUCES YOUR TURN TO MAKE A LIFE PUBLIC COMMENT FOR THE PUBLIC HEARING PRETTY WERE ON SPEAKERPHONE WITH THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES. PLEASE STATE YOUR NAME FOR THE RECORD AND BEGIN YOUR TWO-MINUTE PUBLIC COMMENT.

YOU WILL HEAR AN ALARM ON THE TWO MINUTES ARE UP.

>> MY NAME IS JORDAN. AND I PUBLIC COMMENT IS GIVEN THAT THE NATOMAS SCHOOL BOARD WILL BE CONDUCTING A DISTRICT AREA BY AREA SELECTION FOR THE FIRST TIME INSTEAD OF AN

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AT-LARGE ELECTION LIKE IN THE PAST , THIS IS SOMETHING I AM SPEAKING FROM STONEWALLS PERSPECTIVE.

WE BELIEVE THAT THE BOARD SHOULD ENSURE THAT WHEN THE AREAS ARE DRAWN THAT THE KEY BOARD MEMBERS UP FOR ELECTION ON THE SAME YEAR, ALLOWING FOR THE VOTERS TO DECIDE WHO WOULD THEY KEEP OR WHO THEY WOULD LIKE TO HAVE ON THE BOARD IN THE UPCOMING ELECTION. WE ALSO WANTED TO SEND OUR SUPPORT FOR THE MAP SEE OPTION. THAT IS IT FOR ME.

>> THANK YOU. !

I WILL CALL THE SECOND PERSON. >> THIS PERSON IS CALLING ME

BACK. >> GOOD EVENING.

I'M CALLING YOU LIVE FROM NATOMAS SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEETING. IT IS YOUR TURN TO MAKE THE COMMENT FOR THE PUBLIC HEARING. YOU WERE ON SPEAKERPHONE WITH THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES. PLEASE STATE YOUR NAME FOR THE RECORD AND BEGIN YOUR TWO-MINUTE PUBLIC COMMENT PURITY WILL HEAR AN ALARM WHEN YOU TWO MINUTES ARE UP.

! HIGH.

ON MARKHAM AND PRESIDENT OF THE NATOMAS TEACHERS ASSOCIATION AND THE TEACHER DISCOVERY HIGH SCHOOL.

OUR UNION REPRESENTS OVER 600 EDUCATORS ACROSS NATOMAS UNIFIED. AS OUR NATOMAS COMMUNITY AND SCHOOL DISTRICT CONTINUE TO GROW, WE HAVE A HISTORIC OPPORTUNITY HERE TO BE STEWARDS OF DEMOCRACY.

AND IS ESSENTIAL WE ARE VIGILANT IN ENTERING PROPER REPRESENTATION AS WE DETERMINE NEW AREA MAPS FOR OUR SCHOOL BOARD. OUR STUDENTS LOOK TO US TO TEACH THEM THE INTRICACIES OF HOW SOCIETIES FUNCTIONS AND DRAWING AMOUNTS FOR OUR SCHOOL DISTRICT IS ONE OF THE MORE RARE REAL WORLD EXAMPLES OF HOW GOOD GOVERNANCE IS ESSENTIAL IN OUR SOCIETY. STUDENTS AND FAMILIES WILL FEEL THE IMPACT OF OUR DECISIONS FOR YEARS TO COME.

IT IS TIME TO HOLD TRUE TO OUR VALUES OF EQUITY, JUSTICE AND TRANSPARENCY AND HONOR THEM WITH OUR ACTIONS.

OUR UNION IS ANALYZING THE DRAFT MAPS DRAWN.

WE INTEND TO BE METHODICAL AND DELIBERATE.

WE WILL CHAMPION REPRESENTATION, WE WILL CHALLENGE ANY MAP DRAWN THAT APPEARS TO FAVOR ONE INDIVIDUAL OVER THE GOAL OF EQUAL REPRESENTATION.

LET ME BE CLEAR, WE HAVE SERIOUS CONCERNS OR QUESTIONS ABOUT THE MAPS PROVIDED. WE ARE ALSO UNCLEAR OF THE BOARD MEETING TONIGHT INCLUDED TIME AND SPACE FOR QUESTIONS FROM THE PUBLIC. WE ARE REQUESTING THERE BE ADDITIONAL MEETINGS WITH AMPLE TIME FOR QUESTIONS FROM THE COMMUNITY AND DISCUSSION ON THESE MAPS.

AS A UNION WE WILL SHARE A SPECIFIC CONCERNS IN THE WEEKS TO COME AND FIGHT FOR AMOUNT BUT ENSURES WE HAVE EQUITABLE VOICE AND DECISIONS MADE ABOUT OUR SCHOOLS, OUR STUDENTS AND

FAMILIES. >> THANK YOU.

>> I WILL NOW CALL THE THIRD PERSON.

>> FLOW QUICK. >> EVENING PRITAM: YOU LIVE FROM NATOMAS UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEETING.

IT IS YOUR TURN TO MAKE A LIFE PUBLIC COMMENT FOR THE PUBLIC HEARING. YOU ARE ON SPEAKERPHONE WITH THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES. PLEASE STATE YOUR NAME FOR THE RECORD AND BEGIN YOUR TWO-MINUTE PUBLIC COMMENT.

WILL HEAR AN ALARM WHEN YOU'RE TWO MINUTES ARE UP.

>> THIS IS SCOTT RAFFERTY, I REPRESENT THE PERSPECTIVE PLAINTIFFS THAT INITIATED THIS ACTION AND WERE EAGER TO SEE IT COMPLETED RELATIVELY QUICKLY. UT WHAT EXTENSIVE PUBLIC COMMENT, WE WISH THERE WAS MORE DETAIL FROM THE PEOPLE WHO SUBMITTED WRITTEN COMMENTS BECAUSE THIS SHOULD BE A CONVERSATION. BUT WE HAD A MAP THAT WE EXPECT IT TO SUBMIT THAT WAS A VERY LIKE MAP E, WHICH JUST WINS HANDS DOWN ON ALL THECRITERIA . CREATES TWO DISTRICTS, TO TRUSTEE AREAS RECTIFYING THE HISTORICUNDERREPRESENTATION OF THAT COMMUNITY .THESE AREAS ARE STRONG MINORITY AREAS, THEY DIFFERENTIATE ONE PAST STRONG BLACK REPRESENTATION ALONG WITH THE HISPANIC COMMUNITY OF COALITION WITH AND ANOTHER IS 34 PERCENT HISPANIC. THE SCHOOL DISTRICT IS HEAVILY ASIAN SO THERE'S A GOOD DIFFERENTIATION.

IT DOESN'T CROSS EVERYWHERE RANDOMLY.

IT REALLY IS THE STANDARD OF THESE OPTIONS AND WE BELIEVE

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THE BOARD SHOULD ADOPTED AND IT IS THE RIGHT SOLUTION HERE.

SO I HOPE THERE IS FURTHER DISCUSSION.I WOULD LIKE YOU TO HEAR WHAT THE PEOPLE WHO SUBMITTED WRITTEN COMMENTS HAVE TO SAY. I THINK THE BOARD SHOULD DEVOTE MORE TIME TO THIS IN THIS MEETING.

I HOPE THEY HAVE A SECOND MEETING IN A PLACE THAT HAS AN IN PERSON OPPORTUNITY THAT IS IN SOUTH NATOMAS AND I HOPE WE GET THIS DONE BY THANKSGIVING WITH REAL PUBLIC COMMENT EVERYTHING YOU FOR YOUR TIME AND COMMENTS AND I HOPE THIS CONCLUDES BY THANKSGIVING BECAUSE IT HAS BEEN A LONG TIME. THANK YOU.

>> THANK YOU. I WILL CALL THE NEXT PERSON.

IT WENT TO VOICEMAIL. THAT CONCLUDES THE LIFE PUBLIC COMMENT REQUEST FOR THE PUBLIC HEARING.

>> OKAY. NOW WE ARE GOING TO MOVE ON FOR COMMENTS, TRUSTEES COMMENTS AND QUESTIONS.

AND I JUST WANT TO REMIND EVERYBODY THAT OUR GOAL IS TO IDENTIFY A MAP OR TWO OF INTEREST THAT THE DEMOCRACY CAN BUILD OFF OF OR EXPLORE ADJUSTMENTS IT IS A COOPERATIVE STRATEGIES AND LEGAL COUNSEL WILL BE ON THE ZOOM TO ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS THAT WE MAY HAVE. THROUGH THIS OVER TO THE COMMENTS AND QUESTIONS FROM TRUSTEES.

TO SOMEONE HAVE QUESTIONS REGARDING THE PRESENTATION THIS

EVENING? >> I JUST HAVE ONE QUESTION.

THANK YOU FOR SUCH A GREAT PRESENTATIONO WHEN LOOKING AT THE MAPS AND FOCUSED ON COMMUNITIES OF INTEREST .

WHEN I LOOK AT A MAP A, I SEE THAT TRUSTEE EVERYONE I BELIEVE, THE PURPLE AREA, COMES ALL THE WAY DOWN INTO SOUTH NATOMAS, RIGHT? PHYSICALLY MY FEEDBACK IS I AGREE WITH SOME OF THE COMMENTS MADE VIAPUBLIC COMMENT .

PART OF THE REASON WE WOULD LIKE TO MOVE, AT LEAST FOR ME, THE TRUSTEE AREAS IS BECAUSE I BELIEVE SOUTH NATOMAS DOES NEED TO DEDICATED CAESAR AND DEDICATED SEAT FOR THIS IS A CONVERSATION I HAD WHEN I WAS RUNNING WHEN HE RAN FOR REELECTION. I JUST WANT TO MAKE SURE ANY SCENARIO WE COME UP WITH STRONGLY REPRESENTS SOUTH NATOMAS AND THAT THE COMMUNITY INTERESTS ARE CLOSELY RELATED AND SO SOME OF THE TOP MAPS I KINDA FAIL TO SEE HOW IT WOULD BE LIKE THE NORTHEAST AND THE DISTRICT CONNECTS THE LOWER EN . I THINK MAP D AND E ARE CLOSER TO THE REALITY THAT I THINK PEOPLE ARE EXPECTING WITH RESPECT TO THE VARIANCE BECAUSE I SEE THE COMMENTS ABOUT THE VARIANCE.E ARE A VERY DIVERSE DISTRICT.

I DON'T THINK IT IS POSSIBLE TO HAVE A COMPLETE MAJORITY MINORITY DISTRICT, BUT IN TERMS OF HAVING THE TWO SEATS SOUTH AREA, WHEN WE LOOK AT THE REPRESENTATION MORE TRUSTEES HAVE BEEN ELECTED, THE LAST TRUSTEE WE HAD ELECTED FROM THE SOUTH AREA WAS TERRY BURNS, BUT SHE WAS MORE THE RULE AREA OF THE DISTRICT WHICH WAS 95833, WHICH IS FURTHER OUT.

STILL HAVE MORE IN COMMON BUT I THINK WOULD BE THE NORTH END OF THE DISTRICT. I WOULD BE INTERESTED IN LOOKING AT THE COMMUNITY AND HOW THEY STRETCH OUT.

I THINK MAP SEE COULD ALSO BE AN OPTION, BUT I DON'T GET IS THAT STRETCH, THAT STRONG REPRESENTATION.

THOSE ARE MY COMMENTS. >> THANK YOU.

>>SUSAN HEREDIA : GO-AHEAD. >>NASMA WALI-ALI : THANK YOU.

I KIND OF WANT TO BUILD OFF OF WHAT TRUSTEE GRANT JUST SAID.

I ALSO APPRECIATED ÃSORRY ABOUT THE LIGHT.

IN THE COMPASS BUT IT IS STILL KIND OF DARK IN HERE.

I DID APPRECIATE HOW SCENARIO E DID BREAK UP NATOMAS A LITTLE BIT. JUST BECAUSE I FEEL LIKE KIND OF ENCOMPASSING NOT IN ONE TRUSTEE AREA CAN LEAD TO A LOT OF NEGLECT AND IT IS ALREADY QUITE NEGLECTED.

EVEN IN THE UNDERSTANDING I KNOW THAT THEY DON'T GET A LOT OF REPRESENTATION AND A LOT OF DISCUSSIONS THAT WE HAVE ISSUES IN NATOMAS. AND ONE CONCERN OR MY ONE FOOT NOTE ON SCENARIO E WAS JUST THAT IT HAD A PRETTY HIGH VARIANCE PERCENTAGE. AND SO THAT IS SOMETHING I FEEL LIKE IT DID SEEM THE MOST BALANCED.

BUT AGAIN, I DON'T KNOW HOW HELPFUL THIS IS, BUT I DO APPRECIATE THAT SCENARIO E DID HAVE SOUTH NATOMAS WERE

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REPRESENTED IN WHATEVER WE DECIDE GO WITH ME SHOULD IMPLEMENT THAT ONE SCENARIO E. AND I ALSO WANTED TO AGREE WITH THE PEOPLE WHO CALLED IN WHO ARE PUSHING FOR MORE PUBLIC OPPORTUNITIES TO SPEAK TO THIS ISSUE.

IN MY OFF ON TIME OR WAS THAT AN AGREEMENT? SORRY. BUT YEAH, I DEFINITELY THINK MORE PUBLIC INPUT IS A GOOD THING AND HOPEFULLY WE CAN HAVE AN IN PERSON MEETING WHERE PEOPLE CAN COME AND EXPRESS THEIR FEELINGS TO THANK YOU. SORRY FOR THAT.

>> HELPFUL I THINK. I MIGHT MAKE ONE COMMENT JUST IN TERMS OF IN MY EXPERIENCE WHEN WE ARE LOOKING AT HIGHER VARIANCE CONTRASTED WITH GETTING IT RIGHT WHEN IT COMES TO THE COMMUNITIES OF INTEREST, MOST WILL AGREE THAT TOLERATING A HIGHER VARIANCE IS CERTAINLY A GOOD THING, ESPECIALLY IF YOU ARE DIVIDING COMMUNITIES THE WAY THAT THEY SHOULD BE.

SO I THINK THAT IS GOOD INFORMATION AND GOOD INSIGHT.

>> AND JUST A REMINDER TO THOSE WHO CALLED IN THE STUDENT BOARD MEMBER, THIS IS THE FIRST OF THREE PUBLIC HEARINGS.

SO THERE MOST DEFINITELY WILL BE MORE.

WE HAVE COMMUNICATED SIGNIFICANT WE ABOUT THE AWARENESS PHASE ABOUT WHAT THIS IS IN GETTING FEEDBACK.

THIS IS THE KICKOFF FOR PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT ON THE MAP.

>> I TOO LIKE D AND E. MY CONCERN WITH THE AS I BELIEVE THE SOUTH AND WEST HAVE DIFFERENT NAMES.

ALTHOUGH IT APPEARS WE WOULD BE GETTING TO TRUSTEES FROM THE SOUTH AREA, THEY HAVE DIFFERENT NEEDS WE DEFINITELY NEED TO TAKE A LOOK AT THAT. BUT I'M GLAD TO SEE WE ARE GETTING SOME REPRESENTATION BECAUSE IT ISNEEDED DESPERATELY.HAT'S ONE OF THINGS I MENTIONED .

I ALSO ÃDON'T REMEMBER. THAT'S ALL FOR NOW.HANK YOU.

>> I DO HAVE A QUICK QUESTION. WHEN WE SAY PROTECTIVE GLASS, WHAT ARE THE PROTECTED CLASSES WHEN IT COMES TO CBR?

>> YEAH, SO PROTECTED CLASS IN THIS CONTEXT IS NOT WHAT MIGHT BE IN ANOTHER ÃIT'S A PROTECTED CLASS AS DEFINED BY THE FEDERAL VOTING RIGHTS ACT AND THESE ARE RACIAL AND LANGUAGE MINORITY GROUPS. I'M NOT SURE THAT THERE IS A LIST, BUT I KNOW THAT PERHAPS ROMAN CAN SPEAK TO THAT.

BUT ALL THOSE PROTECTED CLASSES BE CHARACTERIZED IN THE CENSUS DATA AND SIMPSON VOTING POPULATION, EACH ONE OF THOSE COULD BE CONSIDERED PROTECTED CLASS.

>> JUSTIN, YOU ARE COMPLETELY RIGHT BUT PROTECTIVE CLASSES ARE REFERRED TO AS THE LANGUAGE AND RACIAL MINORITIES.

>> FOR A FOLLOW-UP QUESTION, I GUESS OF IT IS BASED ON LANGUAGE. I KNOW WHAT THE CENSUS THERE IS A PLACE TO FEEL WHAT LANGUAGE YOU SPEAK.ND I THINK NATOMAS IS A VERY DIVERSE DISTRICT. IS THERE ANY WAY TO PULL THAT OFF THE DATA AND KINDA PROVIDE DATA FOR THAT?

>> THE INFORMATION RELATED TO LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME THAT WE HAVE RIGHT NOW COMES FROM THE AMERICAN COMMUNITY SURVEY.

IT DOES NOT DO A SURVEY OF ALL THE DIFFERENT LANGUAGES.

IT IDENTIFIES SPANISH SPOKEN AT HOME.

WILL HAVE TO GO BACK AND DOUBLE CHECK.

BUT WHEN IT DOES NOT INCLUDE ALL THE DIFFERENT LANGUAGES SPOKEN AT HOME. IT FALLS SHORT IN THE AND I KNOW THAT IS A CRITICISM. WE WILL GET MORE DATA.

THE CENSUS RELEASES DATA IN PARTS.

AND WHAT WE RECEIVED AT THIS POINT IS THE DATA WE NEED IN ORDER TO LOOK AT POPULATIONS AND TO LOOK AT THE DEMOGRAPHICS OF THOSE FOLKS. BUT THERE IS ADDITIONAL DATA THAT WILL BE RELEASED THAT IS NOT CURRENTLY AVAILABLE NOW.

>> I DO BELIEVE THE DISTRICT MIGHT HAVE SOME DATA IN REGARDS TO THAT. IS THAT DATA THAT YOU CAN USE

AT ALL OR NO? >> I CAN SPEAK TO THAT.

ONE OF THE CHALLENGES OF THE DATA IS ONLY THE STUDENTS AND BECAUSE WE HAVE SO MANY OPTIONS FOR PARENTS WE MIGHT BE ABLE TO DO TRACK THE STUDENTS LANGUAGE. IT'S POSSIBLE.

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I JUST DON'T KNOW HOW ACCURATE IT WOULD BE.

>> I WOULD ADD IN IF WE WERE ABLE TO IDENTIFY A PARTICULAR AREA THAT IS MORE COMMON, OR THAT IS ÃTHERE ARE NEIGHBORHOODS WHERE THERE ARE PARTS OF THE DISTRICT OR THAT IS MORE COMMON, I THINK THAT'S A COMMUNITY OF INTEREST.

AND I THINK THAT IS SOMETHING YOU MAY WANT TO TAKE INTO CONSIDERATION. NOT DIVIDING THAT GROUP OF IF YOU CAN AVOID IT. AND THAT CERTAINLY COULD BE SOMETHING THAT IS WEIGHED YEAR. AND THINGS LIKE ANY DATA SOURCE, WHETHER IN NOT IT'S THE DISTRICT AND HAVING THAT INFORMATION ABOUT STUDENTS OR IF THERE IS OTHER INFORMATION.

I THINK THAT IS THE KIND OF THING WE CAN LOOK MORE FULLY INTO. AND NOT SURE THE CENSUS DATA WHERE THE AMERICAN COMMUNITY SURVEY HAS WHAT WE NEED THEIR,

UNFORTUNATELY. >> FROM WHAT I KNOW WE DO LIKE THE LANGUAGE. SO IF IT COMES TO ANY KIND OF A GROUPING, THE MINORITY CLASSES. OTHER QUESTION IS IN, A, B AND C, THE WEST LIKE COMMUNITY IS DIVIDED IN TWO GROUPS AND THERE IS A VERY SMALL SLIVER THAT IS IN AN DIFFERENT DISTRICT.

IT'S BASED ON THE INCUMBENCY OR ARE THERE OTHER REASONS FOR

THAT? >> YOU HAVE TO REMIND ME, IS THE WEST LIKE COMMUNITY THAT IS WEST OF THE FIVE AND NORTH OF EL PASO COMMITMENT LOOKING AT THAT RIGHT?

>> I WILL HAVE TO PULL IT UP. >> YES, YOU ARE.OU ARE.

>> I THINK WHAT WE TRY TO DO IS START OFF WITH DIFFERENT OPTIONS, FRANKLY. I MEAN, IT'S A POPULATION BALANCE EQUATION TO START WITH. WHERE CAN WE GRAB THAT POPULATION, WHERE WILL BE. AND IN THAT PARTICULAR SCENARIO, I DO SEE THAT THERE ARE TWO INCUMBENTS THERE.

I THINK TO THE EXTENT WE CAN CREATE UNIQUE AREAS, I WILL NOTE THREE BOARD MEMBERS LIVE CLOSE TOGETHER SO IT IS HARD TO DO THAT. I THINK WE WANT TO TAKE DIFFERENT LOOKS IF WE ARE TO SPLIT UP THIS COMMUNITY VERSUS THAT COMMUNITY BECAUSE WE CAN'T KEEP EVERYTHING COMPLETELY INTACT AND I THINK WE HAVE TO START MAKING CERTAIN VALUE JUDGMENTS ON WHAT IS MORE IMPORTANT, WHAT MAKES MORE SENSE, IS THERE TRULY A RELATIONSHIP WITH ONE SIDE OF THE STREET VERSUS THE OTHER. THOSE ARE THINGS WE CAN SPECULATE ON, BUT YOU ALL LIVE IN THOSE NEIGHBORHOODS AND YOU ALL HAVE A MUCH BETTER PERSPECTIVE ON NO, REALLY, THAT IS AN AREA THAT HAS ONE VOICE AND THEY SHOULD BE KEPT TOGETHER. THAT'S THE KIND OF INPUT WE

WOULD LIKE TO HEAR FROM YOU. >> I THINK THAT IS ALL THE QUESTIONS I HAVE FOR YOU. THANK YOU.

AND FOR PRESIDENT TRUMP ONE, I THINK I WILL ALSO LIKE TO HAVE A FEW OF THESE PUBLIC HEARINGS, THE MEETING SET OF PUBLIC HEARINGS DONE IN PERSON. I THINK THERE WILL BE MORE PARTICIPATION IF IT IS ACTUALLY DONE IN PERSON SO THAT WOULD BE

MY RECOMMENDATION. >> THANK YOU.

I ECHO ALL THE OTHER TRUSTEES WITH THAT AS WELL.

EVEN IF THE REST OF US CHOOSE TO GO VIRTUAL, AND WILLING TO BE INSIDE THE BOARD ROOM WITH ALL THE NICE PEOPLE SO THEY CAN BE HEARD. THANK YOU.

>> SO JUSTIN, HI. WE SENT.

A COUPLE OF QUESTIONS THAT I WAS THE ONE THAT ASKED IN EACH AREA WHETHER I COULD GET THE BREAKDOWN OF RESIDENTIAL VERSUS DEPARTMENT. I'M WONDERING IF WE COULD MAKE THAT PUBLIC. BECAUSE I THINK THAT IS SOMETHING WE TALK ABOUT EQUITY THAT SHOULD BE CONSIDERED TO SEE IF AS WE LOOK AT THESE MAPS, IS THERE A WAY TO MAKE SURE THAT THERE IS MORE BALANCE IN RESIDENCES VERSUS APARTMENTS BECAUSE THERE WERE A COUPLE OF PROPOSED MATH AREAS THAT HAVE A SIGNIFICANT HIGHER AMOUNT OF APARTMENTS THAN OTHER AREAS.

I THINK THAT WOULD BE VALUE FOR THE COMMUNITY AND THE PUBLIC TO SEE AND HOPE THAT WE CAN MAKE THAT INCLUSIVE AND ADD IT ON TO OUR WEBSITE. WITH SOUTH NATOMAS, I KNOW THE POPULATION IS TOO BIG TO BE ON ONE MAP.

WHEN YOU LOOK AT THE ALLOCATIO .

IF WE ARE LOOKING AT THE MAP, I WOULD LIKE TO SEE IF WE COULD

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HOWEVER SOUTH NATOMAS IS DRAWN CREATES SUCH THAT THE HIGHEST CONCENTRATION OF HISPANIC POPULATIONS.

THAT IT ISN'T DELUDED. I KNOW THERE WAS A SLIGHT VARIANCE DEPENDING ON WHAT SOUTH NATOMAS LOOK LIKE.

TO THE EXTENT POSSIBLE WE SHOULD MAKE THAT BECAUSE NATOMAS IS A BEAUTIFULLY DIVERSE WE DON'TNECESSARILY HAVE A SIGNIFICANT POCKET . MAKE THAT IS HEAVILY HISPANIC AS POSSIBLE. HOWEVER THAT IS DRAWN, I THINK THAT AREA NEEDS TO BE CREATED FIRST AND THEN IF THERE IS NOODLING, ALLOCATE AND MAP AROUND THAT.

ALSO CURIOUS, DID YOU LOOK AND SEE IF THERE WAS ANY OTHER WAY TO CREATE A HIGHER PERCENTAGE OF LATINO POPULATION IN OTHER

AREAS? >> WE DID.

AND I THINK YOU WILL REMEMBER FROM WHAT WE SHARED BEFORE, WE LOOKED AT THE GRADUATED COLOR MAPS, WHICH GIVES AN INDICATION WHERE THERE ARE CERTAIN CONCENTRATIONS.

AT LEAST BASED ON A CENSUS BLOCK BY CENSUS BLOCK BASIS.

AND SO WE DID. AND I THINK THAT YOUR POINT, WE NOTICED AND IS NOT ALWAYS THE CASE IN THE DISTRICT THAT WE WORK WITH. IT IS JUST NOT CONCENTRATED THE WAY YOU WOULD EXPECT. AND I THINK IT IS FAIRLY WELL SPREAD OUT. BUT I DO KNOW IN THE SCENARIOS WILL BE KEPT TRUSTEE AREA NUMBER TWO THERE ARE THREE OF THEM. THAT IS WHEN WE GET THE HIGHEST PERCENTAGE OF THE HISPANIC LATINO CLASS.

WHEN IT WENT SOUTH OF EL CAMINO AVENUE, AND ENDED UP DILUTING THAT PERCENTAGE. WHEN WE TOOK THE AREA FROM SAN JUAN UP TO 80 SAME THING HAPPENED.

ONLY TOOK THOSE OUT THERE WERE CHANGES WE SAW IN TERMS OF THAT AMOUNT. I THINK THERE WAS A COMMENT PMADE THAT IS AN IMPORTANT ONE COULD WE ARE LOOKING AT A PLURALITY OF HISPANIC LATINO VOTERS THERE AND THERE ARE HISTORICALLY TIES AND PEOPLE MIGHT POINT TO A VOTING COALITION DISTRICT. THINK THOSE ARE POSITIVE THINGS TO

POINT OUT SO FAR WITH THAT. >> ONE OTHER THING I DON'T KNOW WAS NECESSARILY LOOKED AT HER WE TALKED ABOUT.

GO CERTAIN AREAS OF NATOMAS WE ARE GROWING.

AND I THINK THAT SHOULD BE TAKEN INTO CONSIDERATION IN OUR VARIANCE. I KNOW THAT OVER BY SOUTH OF 80 ON THE WEST SIDE THERE IS SOME GROWTH THAT IS OCCURRING THERE.

IF YOU ARE I FIVE AND IN WEST BETWEEN SAN JUAN AND MARINA, THERE'S APARTMENT HOUSING OCCURRING CLOSE TO THE FREEWAY.

I THINK THE AREA INCLUDE JUST EAST OF THE FREEWAY, THERE IS GROWTH THERE. I'M NOT SURE THAT CAN BE LOOKED INTO. ANOTHER IS PLANS IN THE PURPLE AREA WEST OF 80 BUT KINDA SOUTH OF SAN JUAN THERE IS A POTENTIAL DEVELOPMENT, BUT THAT MAY BE 10 YEARS OUT.

IT MIGHT NOT BE CONSIDERED. BUT THAT IS SOMETHING THAT KNOWING IN 10 YEARS WILL GET THIS AGAIN BUT HOW DOES THIS LOOK AND WILL OUR VARIANCE. I GET THAT WE CAN ACCEPT A LARGER VARIANCE. I THINK WE NEED TO TAKE INTO CONSIDERATION THE GROWTH THAT IS GOING TO OCCUR IN A COUPLE OF AREAS BUT ESPECIALLY BECAUSE SOUTH NATOMAS IS LANDLOCKED.

THERE ISN'T GOING TO BE GROWTH OVER THERE.

THERE ISN'T ROOM FOR THAT MUCH MORE HOUSING.

AND SO TO AN EXTENT IF THAT IS MADE BIGGER EVEN THOUGH IT IS ON THE LARGER SIDE, I THINK THAT COULD HELP BALANCE HOW WE LOOK AT IT. CHRIS, DO WE HAVE THE CONCENTRATION MAPS UP FOR THE PUBLIC TO VIEW ON OUR WEBSITE?

>> WE DO HAVE THE CONCENTRATION AND WE WILL MAKE SURE THE APARTMENT MAPS GO UP TOMORROW AS WELL.

>> OKAY. AND THEN I THINK IT HAS BEEN EXPLAINED, BUT SOMETIMES THE CALIFORNIA VOTING RIGHTS ACT AS WE TALK ABOUT THE COMMUNITY OF INTEREST AND WE TALKED ABOUT THE LAW AND HOW DOES IT ACTUALLY APPLY.

IF YOU TAKE MAP E, YOU HAVE THREE TRUSTEES ELECTED LAST

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YEAR. IT WOULD PICK TRUSTEE GRANT AND TRUSTEE HARDEN IN THE SAME AREA.

AND IN 2024 IF THEY BOTH WANTED TO RUN FOR REELECTION, WHEN THEY HAVE TO RUN AGAINST EACH OTHER OR WHAT HAPPENS?

>> ROMAN, AND YOU WANT TO HANDLE THIS?

>> THAT IS CORRECT. ONE THING JUSTIN DID SAY ONCE INTRODUCING THE SEQUENCING IS EACH TRUSTEE WILL COMPLETE THEIR TERMS REGARDLESS OF WHAT DECISION IS MADE ON THE MAP.

BUT IN SCENARIO E WERE YOU HAVE TWO TRUSTEES IN THE SAME AREA.

TRUSTEES GRANT AND HARDEN . IN 2024 BOTH THEIR TERMS END.

SO IF THEY WERE TO RUN FOR REELECTION THEY WOULD BE

RUNNING AGAINST EACH OTHER.>> AND THEN WHAT WOULD HAPPEN WITH THE THREE TRUSTEES IN WEST LAKE.

IF THE BOARD ADOPTS MAP E, WHAT HAPPENS?

>> IN THAT SCENARIO GOING BACK TO WE ARE ON A CYCLE WHERE WE HAVE 22 AND THEN THREE UP IN 2024.

IN THE SCENARIO TRUSTEE HARDEN WOOD FINISH OF HER TURN AND THEN TRUSTEE BAINS AND KAPLAN, THEIR TERMS WOULD EXPIRE.

AND IF THEY SAW TO RUN AGAIN, THAT WOULD BE IN 2024.

>> COULD YOU EXPLAIN, SOMEBODY MENTIONED AN ALTERNATIVE ELECTION SCHEDULE. WHAT IS THAT?

>> ALTERNATIVE ELECTION SCHEDULE.

AS FAR AS I AM AWARE OF IN KEEPING WITH THE 21 IN 2022 AND 2024, WHERE THE ISSUE DOES COME UP IS THE CONCEPT OF WHAT TYPE OF ALTERNATIVE SEQUENCING IS AVAILABLE.

FOR EXAMPLE, WITH MAP E, WE WOULD BE LOOKING AT YOU WOULD HAVE THREE VACANT AREAS.REA ONE, TO AND FOUR.

SO IN 2022 WE WOULD LOOK AT TRUSTEE AREA ONE, TWO OR FOUR BECAUSE YOU ONLY HAVE TWO SEATS RUN.E WOULD HAVE TO IDENTIFY WHICH TO OF THOSE THREE WOULD BE UP FOR ELECTION.

AND IN 2024 UNIT OF AREA THREE AND FIVE.

PLUS, EITHER TRUSTEE AREA ONE, TWO OR FOUR.

WHATEVER ONE WAS SELECTED FOR ELECTION IN 2022.

YOU HAVE YOUR SEQUENCES AND THEN IN CERTAIN CASES YOU HAVE ALTERNATIVE SCENARIOS AS FAR AS YOUR SEQUENCING.

>> UNDER THAT CIRCUMSTANCE IF THE BOARD WAS TO ADOPT A AS IS, COME NOVEMBER 2022 TRUSTEE BAINES AND I HAVE SERVED OUT OUR TERM AND THE SEAT BELONGS TO DOCTOR HARDEN BECAUSE IT IS AN ELECTION SCHEDULED FOR 2024? O I UNDERSTAND CORRECTLY?

>> YES. >> IN THE DOCUMENTS SENT TO US, AND TALKED ABOUT WE COULD CHANGE ELECTION SCHEDULES FOR THE SEATS? CAN YOU EXPLAIN THAT TO ME? BY CHANGING ELECTION SCHEDULES FOR THE SEAT.

I THINK THAT GOES BACK TO THE ALTERNATIVE ELECTION CYCLE OR

THE SEQUENCING. >> CAN YOU EXPLAIN IT TO ME SOMEBODY MENTIONED THE TRUSTEES IF THEY ADOPTED MAP E THEY COULD SEE THAT AREA WITH THE THREE OF US IS OPEN 2022 AND TRUSTEE HARDEN WOULD BE A HOLD OVER AND SERVED UNTIL 2024.

>> THAT COULD BE A SCENARIO. UNTIL THE, I HADN'T THOUGHT OF THAT. BUT THAT COULD BE A SCENARIO.

AGAIN, GOING BACK TO THE CONCEPT OF EACH TRUSTEE WOULD HAVE THE RIGHT TO FINISH OUT THEIR TERM.

WE COULD LOOK AT THAT SCENARIO OR THAT SEQUENCING.

WE WOULD HAVE TO MAKE SURE, THOUGH THAT WE DON'T HAVE SIX TRUSTEES AT ANY ONE TIME. AND THEN THE QUESTION DOES

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BECOME STILL GOING BACK TO SCENARIO ECOMMENT YOU HAVE THREE AREAS THAT ARE VACANT. SO WE HAVE TO FIGURE OUT WHEN THIS WOULD COME UP IN OUR ELECTION.

>> SO IT IS JUST ELECTION SEQUENCING? IF THAT AREA BECAME A 2022 SEAT IT WOULD MEAN THERE WAS ONLY ONE OTHER OPEN AREA IN 2022 TO ALLOW MY COLLEAGUES TO SERVE OUT THEIR TERMS FOR 2024 AND THEN THREE SEATS WOULD BE UP WHEREVER WE DESIGNATED THOSE THREE SEATS?

>> YES. >> SO IN LOOKING AT PUBLIC COMMENTS AND QUESTIONS, I'M INTERESTED IN AN ALTERNATIVE SCENARIO THAT TAKES INTO CONSIDERATION SOME OF THE THINGS IS THERE A BETTER WAY TO BALANCE NEW GROWTH WITH VARIANCES, HOW DO WE MAKE SOUTH NATOMAS AS PROJECTED AS POSSIBLE AS WELL AS HIS OR ANY OTHER AREA IN THE MAPPING OF HOW WE DO IT TO INCREASE THE LATINO VOTING CONCENTRATION IN OTHER TRUSTEE AREAS AND WHAT THAT LOOKS LIKE AND WOULD LIKE THAT TO BE UP FOR CONSIDERATION FOR THE BOARD TO LOOK AT OUR

NEXT MEETING. >> THANK YOU.

I AM TAKING NOTES READ BY THE WAY, WE HAVE PRESIDENT HARDEN NEXT. I WILL ATTEMPT TO BRING BACK AT THE END SOME OF THE REQUESTS AND MAKE SURE WE CONFIRM BEFORE

WE CLOSE THE PUBLIC HEARING. >> I HAVE A QUESTION.

CAN WE LOOK AT THE NEW GROWTH BEFOREHAND OR DO WE HAVE TO

BASE IT OFF THE 2020 CENSUS? >> JUSTIN?

>> ROMAN, PLEASE WEIGH IN HERE, BUT I THINK WHAT OUR GOAL WOULD BE WITHIN THE 10 PERCENT POPULATION VARIANCE AND IF YOU LOOK AT THE SITUATION WHERE THOSE AREAS, SOUTH NATOMAS IS FAIRLY LANDLOCKED. SO PERHAPS YOU WOULD KEEP THAT AREA A LITTLE BIT HIGHER RATHER THAN BEING BELOW THE IDEAL SIZE NUMBING THE OTHER AREAS ARE GOING TO GROW AROUND THAT AND THAT THOSE WOULD INCREASE OVER TIME.

I THINK THAT MIGHT BE THE WAY YOU WOULD APPROACH THAT.

I DO CAUTION BASED OFF ANTICIPATED GROWTH, AND WE ARE IN A HOUSING BOOM, BUT WE DON'T KNOW WHAT IS GOING TO END UP BUILDING OVER THE NEXT 10 DAYS SO I WOULD SAY KEEP WITHIN THE 10 PERCENT VARIANCE. LOOK AT THOSE AREAS YOU DO EXPECT TO GROW AND PERHAPS INTENTIONALLY KEEP THEM SMALLER AND SO TO TAKE THE SAME APPROACH WITH THE AREAS THAT YOU EXPECT. I THINK THAT IS THE WAY I WOULD DO IT. WE WILL BE REVISITING THIS EVERY 10 YEARS BY DESIGN SO YOU PERIODICALLY BALANCE AND I THINK THAT IS THE BEST WAY TO DO IT.

>> I AGREE WITH THAT BUT THAT IS ONE OF THE FACTORS THAT COME INTO THE IDEA BEHIND THE VARIANCE, RIGHT? THAT THERE COULD BE ROOM FOR GROWTH IN VARIOUS AREAS.

WE DON'T HAVE TO BE SO PRECISE WERE EVERYTHING HAS TOBE DIVIDED UP EQUALLY . BUT IT DOES TAKE INTO ACCOUNT ROOM FOR POTENTIAL GROWTH, KEEPING THE EXISTING COMMUNITIES OF INTEREST TOGETHER.

WE DEFINITELY DO WANT TO MAKE SURE WE STAY WITHIN THE

VARIANCE. >> THANK YOU.

>> OKAY. SO JUSTIN? I'M ONLY GOING TO FOCUS ON ONE THING YOU BUT AT THE BEGINNING OF YOUR PRESENTATION YOU SHARED WITH US HOW YOU CAME UP WITH THE MAPS. AND YOU KNOW, YOU'VE DONE THIS LONG ENOUGH TO KNOW NOT EVERYBODY IS GOING TO BE HAPPY WITH THE MAPS. THEY WILL FIND FAULT WITH EVERY MAP AND THEN COME UP WITH THEIR OWN MAP AND THEN OTHER PEOPLE WILL FIND FAULT WITH THOSE MAPS.

BUT ONE OF THE THINGS ALWAYS IMPORTANT TO ME IS THE WORK THAT IS DONE MEETS THE INTEGRITY OF THE LAW.

AND SO ONE OF THE THINGS ÃI DON'T WANT TO DO A LARGE DISCUSSION HERE, BUT I THINK SOMETIMES THERE WILL BE THE COMMENT. FOR YOUR AGE IT IS WHAT YOU

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HAVE DONE DOES NOT MEET THE CRITERIA.

I THINK IN FUTURE PRESENTATIONS WHEN WE COME BACK WITH MAPS, TO RE-ITERATE THAT INFORMATION BECAUSE I THINK THAT PEOPLE WILL AS PART OF THEIR DEFENSE WILL SAY IT DIDN'T MEAN IN THE CRITERIA. AND THAT IS PROBABLY ONE OF MY CRITICAL ISSUES WITH WHAT WE DO.

WE GO FORWARD. I WILL LEAVE IT AT THAT.

I THINK THEY WERE ALL GREAT QUESTIONS AND I DON'T HAVE QUESTIONS TO ADD TO YOUR LENGTHY LIST OF QUESTIONS

ALREADY. >> THANK YOU.

SOLET'S SEE . >> SUPERINTENDENT EVANS, I WANT TO MAKE ONE COMMENT. FEEL FREE WHEN YOU'RE MAKING THESE MAPS TO DISREGARD. I DON'T THINK THAT SHOULD BE THE PRIMARY FACTOR BUT I'M NOT RUNNING FOR REELECTION SO THAT IS OUT OF THE QUESTION FOR ME. BUT I WOULDN'T LET INCUMBENCY GET IN THE WAY OF REAL PROGRESS.

I JUST WANT TO STATE THAT FOR THE RECORD.

>> OKAY. I TOOK LOTS OF NOTES, BUT THE NOTES I'M SHARING BACK AREN'T TRYING TO REPRESENT HOW YOU FEEL OR THINK AT ALL. WHAT I WAS TRYING TO DO WAS CAPTURE THE THINGS YOU ASKED US TO CONSIDER AND/OR BRING FORWARD. STARTING WITH TRUSTEE GRANT, SEE WOULD BE AN OPTION OF THE NORTH SOUTHWEST, THE SOUTHWEST SIDE WHEN IT CRESCENT MOONSINTO THE SOUTH WOULD BE ADJUSTED .

S ACCURATE? >> FAIRLY ACCURATE, YES.

>> YOU REITERATED HAVING IN PERSON PUBLIC HEARING.

THAT IS WHAT I CAPTURED THEIR REDUCE IT OTHER THINGS, BUT THATWAS . TRUSTEE VEINS YOU ASKED IF WE COULD LOOK AT DISTRICT LANGUAGE THAT IS WHAT I WILL DEFINITELY GET WITH RND TOMORROW AND LAY IT OUT AND I THINK IF WE CAN GET THAT DONE WE CAN LOOK AT THE DENSITY MAPS AND SEE IF THERE IS AN EFFECT THERE. AND YOU ALSO ASKED FOR A PUBLIC HEARING IN PERSON. AND THEN TRUSTEE HARDEN , YOU ASKED US TO TAKE A LOOK AT BEING SMART ABOUT THE BALANCE AS NEW GROWTH IS COMING FOR IT I WILL ASK THE TEAM TO GIVE US AN UPDATE ON WHAT THEY HAVE AND MAKE A QUICK ROUND OF CALLS AGAIN TO SEE HOW MANY UNITS ARE UNDER CONSTRUCTION AND MIGHT BE, WE TYPICALLY HAVE THAT KIND INFORMATION PRETTY REITERATING PROTECTING SELF NATOMAS. HAVE USLOOKING AT INCREASING LATINO VOTING CONCENTRATIONS . TO SEE IF THERE IS ANY TWEAK THAT IS LEARNED LARGER VOTING CONCENTRATION ONE AREA AND THEN YOU ASKED TO HAVE US LOOK AT ELECTION SEQUENCING ALTERNATIVE ELECTION SCHEDULES IN PARTICULAR YOU MENTIONED THE POSSIBILITY OF PRESIDENT HEREDIA AS A HOLD OVER.

TODAY CAPTURE EVERYONE'S NOTES AND THOUGHTS? KNOW IT'S NOT

PERFECT. >> JUST AN EXPRESSION, THE IDEAL MAP SCENARIOS D AND E THAT WE SHOULD BE VOTING FROM.

>>THANK YOU. THAT HELPS .

FROM THAT I TRIED TO PUT A TRACKER TOGETHER.

WILL MAKE THAT ONE LITTLE SHIFT HERE.

>> SUPERINTENDENT EVANS, IN PUBLIC COMMENTS LOOK AT CD AND E WHICH WE CAN PROBABLY REMOVE A AND B.

>> I LOOKED AT A TABLE TRACKER FROM BOARD MEMBERS WERE MOST OF THE COMMENTS CAME UP AND THEN WHAT I THOUGHT WE WOULD DO IS TAKE A LOOK AT THE PUBLIC COMMENTS WILL ALSO TAKE THOSE COMMENTS AND PUT IT IN THE TRACKER AND WE WILL POST THAT TOMORROW. SO EVERYTHING IS UP THERE.

IT DOES APPEAR FROM THE BOARD PERSPECTIVE THAT C, D AND E HAVE BEEN TALKED ABOUT THE MOST.

AND I THINK OVERLAYING PUBLIC COMMENT WILL HELP THE BOARD AT LEAST A LITTLE GOING FORWARD. AND SO WITH THAT I WILL TURN THIS BACK TO TRUSTEE HEREDIA TO WRAP UP THE PUBLIC HEARING.

THANK YOU ALL FOR YOUR FEEDBACK.

MUCH APPRECIATED. >>SUSAN HEREDIA : SUPERINTENDENT EVANS, THANKS FOR GETTING ALL THE INFORMATION UP ON THE WEBSITE. ONE OF THE THINGS THAT WE TRY TO DO IS BE TRANSPARENT AS WE CAN IN THE PROCESS AND HAVING

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THIS INFORMATION POSTED IN A TIMELY MANNER.

I THINK IT BEST SERVES THE COMMUNITY.

SO THANK YOU FOR THAT.I AM LOOKING FOR A MOTION AND A SECONDTO CLOSE THE PUBLIC HEARING.

>> SO MU . >>SUSAN HEREDIA : MOVED BY TRUSTEE HARDEN , SECOND BY TRUSTEE KAPLAN.

CALL THE ROLL CALL, PLEASE. >> BAINS.

>> AYE. >> GRANT.

>> AYE. >> HARDEN.

>> AYE. >> HEREDIA.

>> AYE. >> KAPLAN.

>> AYE. >> WALI-ALI.

>> ABSENT. SHE HAD TO LEAVE.

MOTION CARRIES 5/0.HE PUBLIC HEARING IS NOW CLOSED.

MOVING ON. JUSTIN, THANK YOU.

[XI.b. Board Members]

THANK YOU FOR BEING HERE THIS EVENING.

WE APPRECIATE THAT. MOVING ON TOCOMMUNICATIONS .

ARM STUDENT BOARD MEMBER IS GONE.

WE KNOW SHE IS HOME WORKING ON COLLEGE APPLICATIONS SO I'M GOING TO START WITH OTHER TRUSTEES HERE.

SO TRUSTEE HARDEN? >>ERICKA HARDEN : I HAD THE PLEASURE OF GOING TO THE NATOMAS NIGHTHAWK FOOTBALL GAME FOR HOMECOMING. IT WAS AMAZING.

THAT WAS GREAT. I WOULD LIKE TO THANK JOEY ALL THE VOLUNTEERS FOR ALL OF THE WORK THAT THEY DO.

A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO MR. TOLEDO, HE IS A ROCK STAR.

I ALSO THE PLEASURE OF ASSISTING A FORMER STUDENT ENROLLED IN OUR ADULT PROGRAM LOOK AT IT DISCOVERY HIGH.

THEY WERE ALL INCREDIBLE SO THANK YOU FOR ALL THAT YOU DO AND STAFF CONTINUE TO HANG IN THERE AND THANK YOU FOR THE GREAT JOB. THANK YOU.

>> TRUSTEE GRANT? >>MICAH GRANT : EROTIC MINOR REPORT TODAY BUT I WANT TO TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO THANK DEIDRA WHO HAS BEEN PHENOMENAL IN HER MUNICATION WITH THE MEDIA. SHE SCORED TWO MAJOR STORIES ABOUT ONE HOUR CAREER PATHWAYS. THANK YOU FOR BEING SUCH A FORWARD THINKER AND COMMUNICATING TO THE PUBLIC THE IMPORTANCE OF MULTIPLE PATHWAYS AND NOT JUST COLLEGE.

THANK YOU SO MUCH. >> THANK YOU.

TRUSTEE KAPLAN? >> GOOD EVENING EVERYONE.

I TOO WENT TO NATOMAS NIGHTHAWKS HOMECOMING GAME.

IT IS GREAT TO SEE THE KIDS OUT THERE SUPPORTING AND I ALSO WANT TO SAY THANKS TO ALL THE FALL SPORTS AND ALL OF OUR COACHES. I HAVE BEEN ATTENDING SOME OF THE ELEMENTARY FALL SPORTS GAMES.

PEOPLE DON'T REALIZE HOW INCREDIBLE IT IS THAT WE HAVE ELEMENTARY SPORTS FOURTH THROUGH EIGHTH GRADE.

AND IT REALLY MAKES OUR DISTRICT SPECIAL THANK YOU TO THE PARENTS AND COACHES WHO ARE TRYING TO MIRROR APPROPRIATE HATE BEER AND TEACH OUR KIDS SPORTS IS ANOTHER WAY TO HELP OUR KIDS STAY CONNECTED. AND THANK YOU AS YOU SAID TRUSTEE HARDEN . I TRY TO GO EVERY OTHER WEEK TO JOEY'S FOOD WALKER. AND I JUST THINK OUR TEACHER AT THE NEW CREATED JOEY'S FOOD WALKER IS WORKING.

HE LIVES THIS AND I SEE ALL OUR STUFF SHOWING UP, I SEE COMMUNITY MEMBERS SHOWING UP TO HELP HAND OUT FOOD AND HOW IT IS GROWN OVER THE PAST SIX YEARS.

IT IS TRULY INCREDIBLE. AND I JUST WANT TO MAKE SURE EVERYBODY WHO HELPS IT KNOWS THEY ARE APPRECIATED FOR THE WORK THEY ARE DOING FOR OUR COMMUNITY.

AND THEN KUDOS TO WITTER RANCH COMING UP.

THIS IS MY FAVORITE SEASON. I LOVE HARVEST FESTIVAL.

OUR SCHOOLS THROUGHOUT AMAZING HARVEST FESTIVALS AND IT HAS BEEN VERY SAD TO NOT BE ABLE TO GO.

BUT THEY FIGURED OUT A SIDEWALK TRUNK OR TREAT AND THEY HANDED OUT, I WAS THE GAL PUSHING CANDY TO THE CARS AND THERE WERE TWO BLOCKS OF CARS. THEY HANDED OUT OVER 1400 POUNDS OF CANDY IN ONE HOUR. SO KUDOS TO THE TEACHERS, PTA, COMMUNITY MEMBERS. I EVEN MET A COUPLE YOUNGER GENTLEMANWHO HEARD ABOUT IT AND WANTED TO COME HELP THE KIDS SO

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THEY POPPED OPEN THE TRUNK OF THEIR CAR.

THEY MAY HAVE BEEN 20, 21. COMMUNITY MEMBERS WITH THEIR KIDS DIDN'T EVEN GO TO SCHOOL BUT THEY THOUGHT THEY LIVED IN THE COMMUNITY AND THEY THOUGHT THIS WAS GREAT .

A LITTLE BIT OF NORMALCY IS SO AWESOME TO SEE IN THIS EXCITING

TELL ABOUT. >> TRUSTEE BAINS?

>>JAG BAINS: NO REPORT. >>SUSAN HEREDIA : OKAY.

I ALSO DON'T HAVE A REPORT OTHER THAN I HAVE JUST BEEN IN A A LOT OF MEETINGS RELATED TO SCHOOL BOARD.

BUT I WILL SPARE YOU ALL THE DETAILS OF ALL THE MEETINGS.

IN PREPARATION FOR A LOT OF THINGS THAT WE WILL BE DOING

[XII.a. 2020-21 School Site Teachers of the Year and District Teacher of the Year]

EVENTUALLY. I WILL MOVE ON TO CELEBRATIONS BECAUSE THIS IS A GREAT TIME BREAK NOW.

THIS IS THE SCHOOL SITE TEACHER OF THE YEAR IN THE DISTRICT TEACHER OF THE YEAR. I KNOW THAT ALL THE TRUSTEES REALLY MISS THE FACT WE ARE NOT DOING THIS IN PERSON BECAUSE THIS IS AN EXCITING TIME WHEN WE GET TO HONOR THE TEACHERS AND OUR DISTRICT. SO TONIGHT WHAT WE ARE GOING TO DO IS WE ARE PROUD TO INTRODUCE AND RECOGNIZE THE 2021 TEACHERS OF THE YEAR. AND SO ARE ASSOCIATE SUPERINTENDENT WILL INTRODUCE EACH TEACHER.

>> GOOD EVENING. TONIGHT OUR BOARD OF TRUSTEES ARE PROUD TO RECOGNIZE OUR TEACHERS OF THE YEAR AND THE 2021 DISTRICT TEACHER OF THE YEAR.

AS YOU MAY KNOW, OUR BOARD OF TRUSTEES AND DISTRICT IS COMMITTED TO ENSURING EACH OFOU STAFF MEMBERS ARE COMMITTED, COLLABORATIVE AND COMPARING AN EXEMPLARY.

WE ASKED THE STAFF TO DEMONSTRATE CARING TO RESPONSIVE AND QUALITY CUSTOMER SERVICE FOR EACH OF OUR TEACHERS OF THE YEAR SHARE OUR COMMITMENTS AND HAVE CONTRIBUTED TO THE GROWTH AND SUCCESS OF NATOMAS UNIFIED AND I AM HONORED TO FORMALLY INTRODUCE AND RECOGNIZE EACH OF THEM TONIGHT. THIS YEAR OUR SITE AND DISTRICT TEACHERS OF THE YEARS BEEN RECOGNIZED VIA THIS ZOOM TELECAST AND WILL RECEIVE A PLAQUE FROM THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES IN THE NEAR FUTURE. O TONIGHT I WOULD LIKE TO START WITH ALEX WRIGHT , SCIENCE TEACHER AMERICAN LAKES SCHOOL. MR. WRIGHT IS A TRUE SCIENTIST THAT KNOWS HOW TO TEACH. HE PUTS FORTH 100 PERCENT EFFORT EVERY DAY. HE FOCUSES ON A GROWTH MINDSET AND HOW STUDENTS WORK EACH DAY TO OVERCOME ANYTHING THAT HOLDS THEM BACK AND SUCCEEDING IT CONGRATULATIONS AND THANK YOU MR. RIGHT. NEXT I WOULD LIKE TO CONGRATULATE DOMINIQUE LEATHERMAN , A SECOND GRADE TEACHER AT BANNING CREEK SCHOOL.

SHE GENERALLY CARES ABOUT ALL HER STUDENTS.

SHE WORKS INCREDIBLY HARD AND IS ALWAYS USING EXTRA TIME TO WORK AND HELP HER STUDENTS AND SHE DESERVES TO BE NOTICED.

CONGRATULATIONS AND THANK YOU. EXTENT WOULD LIKE TO INTRODUCE TRENT WELCOME A SOCIAL STUDIES TEACHER FROM DISCOVERY HIGH SCHOOL. MS. HARVEY HAS AN OF APPROACH FOCUSED ON BUILDING A LEARNING ENVIRONMENT FOR ALL STUDENTS FEEL SAFE, RESPECTED AND VALUED.

CONGRATULATIONS AND THANK YOU. NEXT I WOULD LIKE TO INTRODUCE TERIN ZWECK , FIFTH-GRADE TEACHER AT AGE ALLEN HEIGHT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. SHE HAS A REPUTATION FOR HELPING STUDENTS FEEL GOOD ABOUT THEIR ABILITIES.

SHE EMBODIES CONSISTENCY AND EXCELLENCY AND WILL CONTINUE TO INSPIRE MORE STUDENTS TO MEET THEIR GOALS.

CONGRATULATIONS AND THANK YOU. NEXT WOULD LIKE TO INTRODUCE CHARLES KING, SOCIAL STUDIES AND DIGITAL MEDIA TEACHER AT HERON SCHOOL. MR. KING BRINGS HIS PASSION FOR TECHNOLOGY AND MEDIA PRODUCTION TO THE CLASSROOM USING TECHNOLOGY TO EXPOSE STUDENTS TO MEANINGFUL OPPORTUNITIES AND COMPARE THEM TO BE COLLEGE AND CAREER READY.

CONGRATULATIONS AND THANK YOU MR. KING.EXT I WOULD LIKE TO INTRODUCE ERNIE BERRYMAN , FIRST GRADE TEACHER JEFFERSON SCHOOL. HE IS AN EXEMPLARY TEACHER WILLING TO SHARE HIS KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE.

HE CARES DEEPLY ABOUT HIS STUDENT SUCCESS, ENSURING HIS LESSONS ARE DIFFERENTIATED FOR STUDENTS NEEDS AND THAT ACCESSIBILITY IS NOT AN OBSTACLE TO READ CONGRATULATIONS AND THANK YOU. NEXT I WOULD LIKE TO INTRODUCE SAMANTHA SMITH-SNOOK, PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHER LEROY GREENE ACADEMY. SHE IS AN EXCEPTIONAL WITH HER STUDENTS IN CLASSES ALWAYS MAKING TIME OUTSIDE THE CLASS.

CONGRATULATIONS AND THANK YOU. NEXT I WOULD LIKE TO INTRODUCE REBECCA MARSANGO , SOCIAL STUDIES TEACHER AT NATOMAS HIGH SCHOOL. SHE IS A POSITIVE FORCE ON CAMPUS WHO MAKES A DIFFERENCE DAILY.HE'S ENGAGEMENT ON THE CLASSROOM SUPPORTING STUDENTS AND CAN BE COUNTED UPON TO KEEP HER FOCUS ON THE STUDENTS AT THE HEART OF HER PRACTICE.

CONGRATULATIONS AND THANK YOU. NEXT I WOULD LIKE TO INTRODUCE MEGAN DEEMS COMMIT MUSIC TEACHER AT NATOMAS MIDDLE SCHOOL. HER PASSION FOR MUSIC SPILLS OVER TO HER STUDENTS. SHE APPROACHES HER INSTRUCTION WITH PATIENCE AND CARING AND REGULARLY LOOKS FOR OPPORTUNITIES FOR HER STUDENTS OUTSIDE THE SCHOOL DAY

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SPONSORING THEM IN LOCAL MUSIC GROUPS.

CONGRATULATIONS AND THANK YOU. NEXT I WOULD LIKE TO INTRODUCE MELISSA MELLOR , RSP TEACHER AND NATOMAS PARK ELEMENTARY.

SHE WORKED DILIGENTLY THE BEST WAY TO HELP EACH STUDENT LEARNING. SHE TREATS EACH STUDENT AS AN INDIVIDUAL AND HAS THE GIFT OF MAKING POSITIVE LASTING IMPRESSIONS ON HER STUDENTS. CONGRATULATIONS AND THANK YOU MISS MELISSA MELLOR PROTECTABLE LIKE TO INTRODUCE SURE MCDANIELS, SCIENCE TEACHER PROGRESS MCDANIELS IS ALWAYS THINKING OF HOW SHE CAN IMPROVE HER PRACTICE AS WELL AS MAKING SURE HER CLASSROOM IS GOOD FOR ALL STUDENT SUPPORT MEANINGFUL LEARNING. CONGRATULATIONS AND THANK YOU MISS MCDANIELS. NEXT I WOULD LIKE TO INTRODUCE SHAUNA MILO, TRANSITIONAL KINDERGARTEN TEACHER TWO RIVERS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. MS. MILO STUDENTS RESPOND WELL TO HER ENGAGING APPROACH TO EDUCATION A GENUINE INTEREST IN THEM. SHE HAS WRITTEN, RESEARCH AND IMPLEMENTED SUPPLEMENTAL CURRICULUM FOR TRANSITIONAL KINDERGARTEN AS WELL AS AT THE BASELINE FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF AVERAGE STRATEGIES AT THEIR SCHOOL.

CONGRATULATIONS AND THANK YOU MS. MILO.

NEXT I WOULD LIKE TO INTRODUCE DENISE VOGEL, FIFTH-GRADE TEACHER WITTER RANCH ELEMENTARY.

SHE IS A DEDICATED TEACHER WHO WORKS DILIGENTLY TO ENSURE HER STUDENTS ARE LEARNING TO THE BEST OF THEIR ABILITY.

SHE IS ALWAYS THINKING ABOUT HOW TO INJURE EVERY STUDENT WILL LEARN AND SUCCEED. CONGRATULATIONS AND THANK YOU.

AND FINALLY I WOULD LIKE TO INTRODUCE MELISSA MAY, AM EXTREMELY PROUD TO RECOGNIZE MELISSA MAY IS OUR DISTRICT TEACHER OF THE YEAR AND I SCHOOL TEACHER OF THE YEAR.

MS. MAY, ACT BROADCAST MEDIA TEACHER EMBODIES EVERYTHING A TEACHER SHOULD BE. SHE IS CARING, THOUGHTFUL, WELCOMING, CONSIDERATE, UNDERSTANDING AND PASSIONATE ABOUT HER SUBJECT AND STUDENTS. SHE HAS BEEN OBSERVED COUNTLESS TIMES GOING ABOVE AND BEYOND TO ASSIST AND CARE FOR HER STUDENTS FIRST. SHE GOES BEYOND WHAT IS REQUIRED OF HER, SHE BRINGS HER EXPERIENCES INTO THE CLASSROOM THAT ARE ENRICHING, REALISTIC AND HANDS-ON AND ENGAGING TO ALL STUDENTS. SHE DOES NOT LIMIT HER CONTRIBUTION TO JUST THE CLASSROOM AND VOLUNTEERS TO ADVISE THE FNL, ARE TOP CHAPTER IN SACRAMENTO AND OUR STATE, NATOMAS SCHOOLS FOUNDATION 5K HOST AND ASK AS A HOST FOR THE CALIFORNIA TEACHER OF THE YEAR. AGAIN, CONGRATULATIONS AND THANK YOU MISS MAY.ND AGAIN, CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL OUR TEACHERS. YOU WILL EACH RECEIVE A PLAQUE OR FOR THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES IN THE NEAR FUTURE AND THANK YOU

VERY MUCH FOR YOUR DEDICATION. >>SUSAN HEREDIA :AGAIN, THANK YOU TO ALL OF THE TEACHERS WE HONOR TONIGHT .

THANK YOU FOR THE HARD WORK IN THE YEARS.

SOME YOU HAVE SPENT MANY YEARS OF SERVICE IN THE DISTRICT AND WE ARE GLAD YOU HAVE CHOSEN NATOMAS TO BE THE PLACE IN

[XIII.a. Present the Leadership Challenge Regarding Advanced Placement (AP) / International Baccalaureate (IB) Practice and Direction ]

WHICH YOU WANT TO EDUCATE OUR FUTURE LEADERS.O MOVING ON NOW TO THE PRESENTATIONS THIS EVENING.

OUR FIRST PRESENTATION IS THE LEADERSHIP CHALLENGE REGARDING ADVANCED PLACEMENT APN INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE , THE IV PROGRAM. AND SO THAT WILL BE THE LEAD PERSON. BUT SHE WILL BE ASSISTED BY DAN

AND RACHELLE. >> THANK YOU SO MUCH.

I BELIEVE HE IS PRESENTING AND I WILL HAVE HIM TAKE US THROUGH

THIS PRESENTATION. >> EXCELLENT.

GOOD EVENING. TONIGHT WE ARE PRESENTING ON OUR AP AND IB PRACTICE AND DIRECTION.

AND SO WE HAVE SOME OBJECTIVES, THREE OBJECTIVES THIS EVENING THROUGH FIRST WE WANT TO PRESENT OUR LEADERSHIP CHALLENGE, OUR CHALLENGE THAT WE FACE AS LEADERS IN HELPING US GROW THROUGH OUR PROCESS. SECONDLY WE WANT TO PROVIDE SOME CONTEXT AND CURRENT REALITY DATA FOR OUR SCHOOL DISTRICT REGARDING AP AND IB AND THERE JUST WANTED TO PLANT SEEDS FOR CONSIDERATIONS FOR FUTURE CONVERSATIONS AS WE MOVE FORWARD IN OURWORK . SO WHAT IS OUR LEADERSHIP CHALLENGE. OUR LEADERSHIP CHALLENGES TRYING TO FIGURE OUT HOW TO PROVIDE ACCESS FOR OUR DIVERSE STUDENT POPULATION WILL BE ENSURING ALIGNMENT TO RIGOROUS CURRICULUM THAT IS DEMONSTRATED THROUGH ASSESSMENTS.

AND SO IN THE NEXT SLIDE AS WE THINK THROUGH THIS ÃCAN WE GO TO THE NEXT SLIDE, PLEASE?S WE THINK THROUGH THIS, I PRESENTED A CONCEPT MAP IDEA FOR YOU TO THINK ABOUT AS YOU ARE TAKING SOME NOTES AND THINKING ABOUT WHAT OUR CHALLENGES. WE HAVE SOME REAL SUCCESSES.

FIRST OF ALL WE HAVE SOME REALLY HIGH ID PASS RATES, WE HAVE REALLY HEIGHT ACCESS TO IV AND AP COURSE WORK IN OUR LEADERSHIP CHALLENGES IS THAT WE HAVE LOW AP PASS RATES THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT AND THAT'S WHAT WE WANT TO DO TONIGHT. MOVING FORWARD WITH CONTEXT AND

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DATA, FIRST I WANT TO START WITH IB DIPLOMA PROGRAM PARTICULARLY. OUR FIRST EXAMS WERE TAKEN IN 2016. ALL OF OUR NINTH AND 10TH GRADERS ARE IN THE MIDDLE YEARS PROGRAM HOWEVER, STUDENTS INTERESTED IN THE DIPLOMA PROGRAM FOR 11TH AND 12TH GRADE THEY APPLY TO PARTICIPATE IN THE SCHOLARS PROGRAM DURING THE NINTH AND 10TH GRADE YEARS. ON THE SCHOLAR PROGRAMS STUDENTS MOVE INTO JUNE 11 AND 12TH GRADES IN ALL OF THOSE CLASSES, THEY ARE TWO YEAR-LONG CLASSES THEY ALL CULMINATE WITH AN EXAM AT THE END OF THEIR SENIOR YEAR AND THANKS TO ALL THOSE EXAMS ARE PAID FOR TO ALLEVIATE ANY BARRIERS TO ACCESS TO THOSE EXAMS. AND SO WHAT WE WANT TO DO IS SHARE SOME DATA DOWN TO A SMALLER PICTURE.

YOU CAN SEE OVER THE LAST THREE YEARS, YOU CAN SEE THE NUMBER OF STUDENTS HAS INCREASED OVER THE LAST THREE YEARS.

THE NUMBER OF STUDENTS FOR EXAMS TAKEN PERSON STUDENT VARIES FROM YEAR TO YEAR DEPENDING ON WHETHER A KID DECIDES THEY WANT TO BE A FULL DIPLOMA CANDIDATE.

WHAT THAT MEANS IS IF THEY ARE GOING FOR THE FULL DIPLOMA THEY WOULD TAKE ALL SIX OF THE CLASSES AS DIPLOMA PROGRAM CLASSES WITH THE EXAMS AT THE END OF EACH OF THOSE COURSES.

AND THAT IS WHY FROM YEAR TO YEAR YOU MAY SEE THE NUMBER OF EXAMS PER STUDENT CHANGE. LAST YEAR WAS A GREAT YEAR FOR THE DIPLOMA CANDIDATE. THERE WERE 40 SENIORS WHO DECIDED TO GO FOR THE FULL DIPLOMA AND 39 OF THOSE 40 PAST THAT EARNED THOSE DIPLOMAS. AND YOU CAN SEE FROM THE LAST THREE YEARS 61 PERCENT OVERALL TEST PAST GREAT UP TO 81 PERCENT. SO THEN WE WANTED TO DRILL DOWN MORE FROM WILL SCHOOL DOWN INTO INDIVIDUAL SUBJECTS.

AND HOPEFULLY YOU GOT A CHANCE TO LOOK AT THE DATA PACKETS THAT WE SENT HOME. THE BLUE LINE YOU SEE ON THESE GRAPHS PER SUBJECT IN THE FIRST ONE IS ENGLISH.

THE BLUE LINE REPRESENTS PASS RATES FOR OUR STUDENTS IN NATOMAS UNIFIED IN THE RED LINE REPRESENTS THE GLOBAL PASS RATES. YOU CAN SEE FOR ENGLISH THAT WE EXCEED GLOBAL PASSRATES FOR THE LAST THREE YEARS .

IF WE TAKE A LOOK AT IB SPANIS , AGAIN, WE EXCEEDED GLOBAL PASS RATES THE LAST THREE YEARS.

IF YOU TAKE A LOOK AT HISTORY. BY THE WAY, I'M ONLY LOOKING AT EXAMS AND COURSES WERE WE HAD MORE THAN 15 STUDENTS TAKE EXAMS. OUR HISTORY HAS GROWN OVER THE LAST THREE YEARS. WE EXCEEDED TWO YEARS AGO AND WE ARE RIGHT ABOUT AT THE SAME CLASS RATE FOR LAST YEAR WOULD BE LOOK AT INFOTECH, OR PASS RATES AGAIN ARE EXCEEDING OR ABOUT THE SAME AS GLOBAL PASS RATES.

MOVING ON TO OUR NEXT SUBJECT. OUR SCIENCES AND MAPS HAVE GOTTEN BETTER AND WE ARE STARTING TO APPROACH GLOBAL PASS RATES THERE YOU CAN SEE .

>> MOVED TO THE .

THERE YOU GO. >> IF WE MOVE INTO BIOLOGY YOU CAN SEE WE MADE SOME GROWTH THERE AND LAST YEAR GETTING PRETTY CLOSE TO APPROXIMATING GLOBAL PUT ANOTHER ONE WEEK OFFER FOR THE DIPLOMA PROGRAM IS CHEMISTRY, WHICH IS NEXT CHEMISTRY IS AN AREA WHERE WE HAVE GROWTH TO MAKE HER THERE WAS A STAFFING CHANGE MADE IN 2020 WHICH IS WHY THERE WAS A DIP THERE AND THEN WE INCREASED SINCE THEN SO WE KNOW WE HAVE WORK TO DO WITH CHEMISTRY IT WHAT YOU WILL SEE IS THREE DIFFERENT MATH CLASSES OFFERED THROUGH DIPLOMA PROGRAM.

THOSE ARE THE NEXT THREE. OUR MAP ANALYSIS COURSE IS MADE MAJOR STRIDES.HERE WAS A CHANGE FROM THE IB AFTER 2020 AND LAST YEAR WAS OUR FIRST-ROUND OF TESTING WITH THE NEW CURRICULUM AND WE SEE AN INCREASE THERE AND WE ARE STARTING TO GET CLOSE TO PASS RATES THERE THE NEXT ONE IS OUR MATH ANALYSIS IS ILL CLASS, STANDARD LEVEL CLASS RIGHT AFTER THE CURRICULUM CHANGE WE ARE RIGHT AT GLOBAL PASS RATES THERE. ON THE OF THE LAST TWO SUBJECTS, WHICH IS OUR THIRD MATH CLASS WHICH WE ARE APPROACHING A GLOBAL PASS RATE THERE.

IN THE LAST CLASS WE HAD A NUMBER OF KIDS TAKE IS OUR THEATER CLASS. TWO YEARS AGO WE SAW ABOUT THE SAME AS GLOBAL PASS RATES LAST YEAR WITH THAT EXAM.

SO THEN WHAT WE WANTED TO DO WASWE WANTED TO TAKE A LOOK AT

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STUDENTS . WHAT IS THE PROFILE OF OUR IB TEST TAKERS VERSUS THE PROFILE OF STUDENTS THAT PASSED IB EXAMS. WHAT YOU CAN SEE SIDE-BY-SIDE IS A PROFILE OF WHAT OUR TESTTAKERS LOOK LIKE.

VERY HIGH GPAS. INTERESTINGLY ENOUGH A WIDE RANGE FROM 2 TO 1 224.9 THERE WERE THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THOSE WHO TOOK THE TEST AND THOSE WHO PAST, THEY GOT GREAT ATTENDANCE RATES OVERALL AND THEN WE TOOK A LOOK AT WHAT THEIR GRADES WERE IN THE PREVIOUS YEARS ENGLISH CLASS IN MATH CLASS AND YOU CAN SEE THAT THOSE STUDENTS SCORED THE OVERALL PERCENTAGE OF WHAT YOU SEE PERCENT SCORES BETTER AND THEN BROKEN DOWN BY A AND B THIS SEASON.

FOR THE STUDENTS WHAT YOU SEE IS REALLY GOOD GRADES ESSENTIALLY FOR A LARGE PORTION OF THEM, MAJORITY GETTING A'S IN THE PREVIOUS YEARS ENGLISH CLASS AND MATH CLASSES.

SO LET'S TAKE A SHIFT NOW AND LOOK AT AP.

I WANT TO PROVIDE CONTEXT HERE. WE KNOW THAT BACK IN THE BEGINNING THERE WERE A LOT, THERE'S A HISTORY OF BARRIERS TO STUDENTS ACCESSING AP. STUDENTS NOT BELIEVING THEY SHOULD BE IN THERE, STAFF AT SOME POINT TELLING STUDENTS I DON'T THINK YOU WILL SUCCEED IN THIS CLASS.

THERE WERE A LOT OF MAJOR BARRIERS TO ACCESS FOR AP COURSE WORK. AND SO TO ADDRESS THAT WE BROUGHT THE NATIONAL COLLEGE BOARD IN 2013.

OUT OF THAT WORK THE BOARD DEVELOPED OR BOARD OF ACTION OF AXIS IN 2013. IF WE LOOK AT THE OUTCOMES IN TERMS OF ACCESS FOR THAT WORK, THE AP COURSE ACCESS HAS EXPANDED FROM 236 KIDS TAKING AP TESTS IN 2012 TO 1033 LAST YEAR IN 2021, WHICH IS A MAJOR SUCCESS.

IN TERMS OF ACCESS, WE KNOW THAT FROM THE LATEST DATA WE COULD FIND FOR CALIFORNIA FOR 2020 NATOMAS UNIFIED X SEEDS THAT STATE AVERAGE FOR MOST RECENT, FOR ACCESS.

STATEWIDE 25 PERCENT OF 10TH AND 12TH GRADERS IN THE STATE TESTED AND COMPARED TO 32 PERCENT IN NATOMAS UNIFIED FOR 10 THROUGH 12. THE STATE ONLY KEEPS RECORDS ON 10 THROUGH 12TH GRADERS. I WOULD IMAGINE WITH OUR LARGE NUMBER OF FRESHMAN TAKING AP HUMAN GEOGRAPHY THAT THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ACCESS FOR NATOMAS UNIFIED AND STATE AVERAGES IS MUCH GREATER. AND THEN WE OFFER AP CLASSES AT ALL THREE OF OUR HIGH SCHOOLS AT ALL GRADE LEVELS AND THOSE WILL CULMINATE WITH AN EXAM AGAIN FOR PAYING FOR THOSE EXAMS TO ELIMINATE ANY BARRIERS TO ACCESS.O NOW WE TAKE A LOOK AT OUR SCHOOL DISTRICT. YOU WILL NOTICE IS IN ASTERIX BEFORE THE 2020 OVERALL PASS RATE.

WE ARE THAT IS A COVID FROM AND THAT IS BECAUSE IN 2020 WE HAD JUST ENTERED THE PANDEMIC STUDE HOME ON THE COMPUTER THAT HAS WAS SEVERELY SHORTENED AND SO IT IS DATA THAT WE HAVE.

I DON'T KNOW HOW RELIABLE THAT IS IN TERMS OF MAINTAINING A PASS RATE. AND TO WHAT WE SEE OVER THE LAST THREE YEARS AS YOU CAN SEE A NUMBER OF STUDENTS THAT HAVE TAKEN TESTS, NUMBER OF EXAMS THAT HAVE BEEN TAKEN.

AND AGAIN, THE AVERAGE NUMBER OF EXAMS FOR STUDENTS WILL FLUCTUATE FROM YEAR TO YEAR BASED ON STUDENT COURSE CHOICES. AND THEN WE WANTED TO GO FROM OUR TEST BY DISTRICT DOWN BY SCHOOLS.

AND SO YOU BROKE IT DOWN TO TAKE A LOOK AT BY SCHOOL FROM 2019 TO 2021 AND YOU CAN SEE THE COVID PUMP IS THE GREEN BAR THERE. THAT IS AN ANOMALY YEAR FOR US.

WHY DID LEROY GREENE INCREASE SO MUCH? HAVE AMUCH SMALLER PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS TAKING EXAMS .

THEIR HUMAN GEOGRAPHY PASS RATES WENT UP AND SO THE ONE AREA THAT REFLECTED IN THE LARGE BUMP IN THEIR PASS RATE.

AND THEN WE WANTED TO BREAK IT DOWN LIKE WE DID FOR AP INTO THE EXAMS TAKEN BY MORE THAN 15 STUDENTS.

AND YOU WILL SEE THE SAME THING WHERE THE BLUE LINE REPRESENTS NATOMAS UNIFIED PASS RATES IN THE RED LINE REPRESENTS CALIFORNIA PASS RATES AND YOU WILL SEE A DIFFERENT STORY.

YOU CAN SEE A DIFFERENT STORY HERE.

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AND SO WE WE WILL TAKE A LOOK AT EACH ROW QUICKLY PRECALCULUS YOU CAN SEE IS FAR BELOW STATE PASS RATES.

CALCULUS BC BELOW STATE PASS RATES, ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND COMPOSITION ALSO BELOW STATE PASS RATES.

ENGLISH LIT AND COMP IS OUR SENIOR ENGLISH CLASS ALSO BELOW

STATE PASS RATE. >> I THINK WE CAN KIND OF STILL THE THUNDERBIRD ALL OF THEM ARE BELOW THE STATEWIDE AVERAGE,

CORRECT? >> THAT IS CORRECT!E DON'T NEED TO GO LINE BY LINE. THE REASON WE ARE BRINGING THIS LEADERSHIP CHALLENGE TO THE BOARD IS WE ARE BELOW AND EVERY

ACCOUNT. >> RIGHT.

SO IF WE CAN MOVE ON TO THE SLIDE TITLE AP STUDENT TEST-TAKER PROFILE. SO WHAT WE WANT TO DO IS WANTED TO DO THE SAME THING WE DID AND COMPARED.

WE DOVE IN ON 11TH GRADE BECAUSE THAT IS OUR LARGEST AREA OF TESTING AND SO WE WANT TO CREATE AP TEST-TAKER PROFILE FOR 11TH GRADERS. AND YOU CAN SEE COMPARED TO THE INFORMATION AND THOSE THAT PASSED, AVERAGE GPA IS HIGHER, 1/2 A POINT HIGHER FOR STUDENTS WHO PAST AP EXAMS. YOU CAN SEE THE GPA RANGE FOR EACH.

THE GENERAL HAD HIGHER GPA AGAIN.

SLIGHTLY BETTER ATTENDANCE RATE.

AND IF YOU LOOK AT THE SCORES AND GRADES IN THE PREVIOUS YEARS CLASSES FOR ENGLISH AND MATH, WE START SEEING MORE BETWEEN THOSE THAT PASSD AND THOSE THAT TOOK YOU SEE LESS.

IN OTHER WORDS, BETTER GRADES TEND TO RESULT ARE SEEN MORE IN STUDENTS PASSING AP EXAMS. THAT MADE US QUESTION WHAT OTHER INDICATORS DO WE HAVE THAT WE CAN TAKE A LOOK AT TO TRY TO PREDICT STUDENT SUCCESS. AND SOME NEXT SLIDE.

WHEN ARE SOPHOMORES TAKE THE PSAT, WHAT WE GET AS A SCHOOL IS THIS AP POTENTIAL REPORT. BECAUSE THE COLLEGE BOARD ONLY MAKES THE PSAT BUT THEY CREATE THE AP EXAMS UNTIL THEY CREATE THIS POTENTIAL REPORT AND WHAT IT SHOWS IS PREDICTOR OF TEST PASSAGE FOR PARTICULAR SUBJECTS.

SO THE DEFAULT IS SET AT 60 PERCENT AND WE CAN TAKE A LOOK AT OTHER PERCENTAGES HERE, BUT THE DEFAULT IS 60 PERCENT.

WHAT WE SAW AS WE HAD 87 STUDENTS DISTRICTWIDE WHO SHOWED A 60 PERCENT POTENTIAL FOR PASSING THE AP ENGLISH LANGUAGE EXAM FOR THE NEXTYEAR. OF THOSE 87 , 57 OF THEM CHOSE TO ENROLL IN AN IV DIPLOMA PROGRAM OR A COLLEGE ENGLISH COURSE. SO THAT LEAVES US THEN OUT OF THE 175 STUDENTS THAT TOOK THE AP ENGLISH 22 OF THOSE IF WE CAN LOOK AT THE RESULTS 13 OF THOSE 22 PASSED THE EXAM. -DID NOT.

WHICH WORKS OUT TO 60 PERCENT OF THE 22 PASSED. IT'S A PRETTY GOOD PREDICTOR IS WHAT THAT BOILS DOWN FOR AP POTENTIAL. THEN WE TOOK A LOOK FOR JUNIORS WHO TOOK AP US HISTORY. THE NEXT SLIDE PLEASE. AP US HISTORY WE HAD 64 STUDENTS THAT SHOWED POTENTIAL. TO PASS THE AP EXAM. OF THOSE 64, 45 TOOK IB PERFORM OR COLLEGE HISTORY CLASS. WHAT IS THAT LOOK LIKE? OF HUNDRED 23 STUDENTS WHO TOOK THE AP US HISTORY EXAM ACTUALLY 12 OF THEM SHOWED POTENTIAL TO PASS THE EXAM.

IF WE SAW HOW THOSE KIDS DID. 6 OF THE PAST THEY EXEMPT 6 OF THEM DID NOT.

THAT'S 50 PERCENT WHICH IS CLOSE TO THAT 60 PERCENT PREDICTOR.

WHAT WE WANTED TO DO IS LET'S LOOK AT THE OTHER PERCENTAGES. YOU COMPLAINT WITHOUT REPORT AND SEE WHAT IT PREDICTS. FOR AP ENGLISH LANGUAGE, OUR 11TH GRADERS WE KNOW WE HAVE HUNDRED 75 KIDS TAKE THE TEST. OF THOSE HUNDRED 67 TOOK THE PSAT AND INCLUDE IN OUR AP POTENTIAL REPORTS. WE BROKE IT DOWN BY WHAT THE POTENTIAL, WITH AP POTENTIAL REPORTS SAID. WHAT THIS BASICALLY MEANS IS 78 PERCENT OF THE STUDENTS THAT WE HAVE DATA FOR OR SHALL NOT LIKELY NOT TO PASS AT LESS THAN 50 PERCENT PRODUCTION OF PASSESS. WE SEE THERE ARE STILL KIDS THAT BEAT THE ODDS.

THIS MORNING KID HAD A ZERO PERCENT PASS PREDICTOR ENDED UP PASSING THAT EXAM.

WHICH IS WHY ACCESS IS IMPORTANT. IF WE LOOK AT UAP 23 YOU DID

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FOR AP YOU TESTTAKERS SHOWED UP AS LIKELY NOT TO PASS ACCORDING TO THE AP POTENTIAL REPORT.

AGAIN WE HAVE HAD KIDS DOWN IN THE 20 PERCENT PREDICTORS AND 30 PERCENT PREDICTOR AND 40 THAT DID END UP PASSING THOSE EXAMS. SO THAT MADE US QUESTION, OKAY HOW ARE WE DEFINING OUR STUDENT SUCCESS? WE KNOW FROM PREVIOUS DATA THAT WAS RECORDED IN A BOARD PRESENTATION A FEW YEARS AGO AND IT'S BEEN AFFECTED BY NEW RESEARCH THAT STUDENTS WHO GET SCORES OF THE 2 OR HIGHER ARE CONSIDERED WELL PREPARED TO BE SUCCESSFUL IN THEIR COLLEGE COURSEWORK. IT ALSO SHOWED THAT STUDENTS WHO SCORED A 2 OR HIGHER ARE MORE LIKELY SINKING FOR STUDENTS THE SCORE 1 LIKELY TO ENROLL WITH THEIR PEERS IN COLLEGE AFTER HIGH SCHOOL. THAT BOILS DOWN TO ABOUT 55 PERCENT OF OUR KIDS SCORED A 2 OR HIGHER ON AP EXAM. HE IS DEMONSTRATING COLLEGE

READINESS. >> JUST TO REITERATE THE PASSWORD IS TYPICALLY A 3 ON AP

EXAMS. >> THAT'S CORRECT. >> THANK YOU.

KEEP IT MOVING. >> WHAT IS OUTLOOK LIKE DATA WISE? RENT THE SAME TEST READINESS RATE. WE CAN SEE 50 PERCENT OF STUDENTS IN 20 2150 PERCENT TEST FOR PAST THAT WAS 25 PERCENT PASS RATE.

WITH A THAT READINESS RATE IS 50 PERCENT. THERE AGAIN WE CAN COME OVER HALF OF OUR STUDENTS TOOK EXAMS ARE SHOWING COLLEGE READINESS FASTENING SALT.

WE BROKE THAT DOWN AGAIN BY SCHOOL WITH THE READINESS RATES THERE.

>> IF WE GO BACK QUICKLY. WE THIS IS TALKED ABOUT THIS AND NOT A LOT BEFORE THE PANDEMIC. THE IDEA THAT RESEARCH OUT THERE SHOWS EVEN IF STARTED THIS SCORE A 2 THEY'VE TAKEN HIGHER LEVEL CURRICULUM. THEY'VE HAD THE GRANT TO AND RESILIENCE TO GO THROUGH A CLASS WITH HIGH EXPECTATIONS THAT THEY'VE TAKEN FROM THE EXAM WHICH TENDS TO CAUSE THE STUDENTS TO FEEL HIGH DEGREE OF PRESSURE THAT MIGHT EXPERIENCE THE FRESHMAN YEAR WHEN THEY'RE IN AN ENGLISH CLASS AND YOUR WHOLE GREATEST BASED ON A PAPER, A MIDTERM, ANOTHER PAPER AND A FINAL. WHICH IS MANY DIFFERENT THAN KIDS EXPERIENCE IN HIGH SCHOOL. THIS IS IMPORTANT NUMBER ON THIS PAGE.

AS PART OF THE ACCESS, THE 2+ IS OVER 50 PERCENT OF OUR KIDS ARE DEMONSTRATING READINESS.

THE PASTOR IS HALF THAT. AS A KEEP GOING JUST WRITE THAT DOWN, CHOP IT DOWN PLEASE.

THIS IS AN IMPORTANT THING WERE COMING BACK TO. >> OKAY, IF WE GO TO THE NEXT SLIDE PLEASE. AGAIN, HERE'S OUR ACCESS BENEFITS FOR STUDENTS WHO MAY NOT GET THAT 3 PASS RATE. WE KNOW THOSE KIDS WITH THE 2 ARE WELL PREPARED FOR COLLEGE.

TAKING AP COURSES GIVES THEM A GPA BUMP WHICH HELPS THEM MAKE MORE COMPETITIVE COLLEGE ADMISSIONS AND WE DON'T KIDS SCORED ONE OR 2 MORE LIKELY TO ENROLL IN A 4-YEAR COLLEGE AND NO STUDENTS WHO SCORE A ONE EVEN THOUGH IT'S NOT PASSING ARE MORE LIKELY TO TAKE ANOTHER AP EXAM IN THE FOLLOWING YEAR AND MORE LIKELY TO SCORE HIGHER THE SECOND TIME AROUND.

SO, THAT'S HER AP DATA. WE WANT TO TAKE A LOOK AT THOSE PROFILES COMPARE THE AP STUDENT PROFILE TO THE IB STUDENT PROFILE. WHICH IS HE GENERALLY IS THE STUDENTS HAVE A HIGHER GPA. THEY TEND TO HAVE, AS A RESULT OF HIGHER GRADES BOTH OF THEM TEND TO HAVE REALLY GOOD ATTENDANCE. [INAUDIBLE] I WANT TO SUM UP WITH THE STATED MEANS. LET'S GO TO THE PLEASE. SO LOOKING AT THE AP AND IB.

LOOK AT ACCESS REMEMBER WE'VE GOT GREATER ACCESS TO THE STATE AVERAGE FOR AP LAST YEAR, 27 PERCENT OF ALL HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS TOOK AN AP EXAM. 49 PERCENT OF SENIORS TOOK IB EXAM. AND OF NOTE THIS WAS AN INTERESTING PIECE THAT CAME OUT. OF THE 2021 GRADUATES FROM ALL 3 OF OUR HIGH SCHOOLS,, 75 PERCENT OF OUR GRADUATES HAD TAKEN AN AP CLASS OR AN IB DIPLOMA PROGRAM CLASS SOMETIME IN THEIR HIGH SCHOOL CAREER. THAT MEANS 3 QUARTERS OF OUR KIDS THAT GRADUATED WERE EXPOSED TO THIS HIGH LEVEL RIGOR DURING THEIR HIGH SCHOOL CAREER.

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WHAT DOES THAT MEAN FOR READINESS? AGAIN, WE DON'T HAVE READINESS PREDICTOR FOR OTHER SCORES OTHER THAN PASSING FOR IB. WE KNOW AGAIN MORE THAN HALF, 55 PERCENT OF TESTTAKERS SCORED A 2 OR HIGHER. THE PROCESS OF GATHERING STUDENT ALWAYS AND FOR STUDENTS WHO TOOK EXAMS LAST YEAR TO SEE HOW WE CAN DO BETTER TO SUPPORT STUDENTS ON THOSE EXAMS.HAT WORK IS ONGOING. AGAIN, IS TERMS OF STUDENTS PAST WE SEE 20 PERCENT OF TESTTAKERS PASS AN EXAM FOR AP COMPARED TO 96 PERCENT OF IB TESTTAKERS PASS EXAM. THERE'S A BIG DIFFERENCE THERE. NEXT SLIDE PLEASE FOR SUPPORTS THE BOARD HAS MADE COMMITMENTS TO SUPPORT STUDENTS IN BOTH BY PAYING FOR THEIR EXAMS, SETTING ASIDE FUNDS FOR PRACTICE EXAM SESSIONS AND TUTORING SUPPORTS. WILL BE LOOK AT ALIGNMENT OF SKILLS WE WERE AMONG THE FIRST DISTRICTS TO HOP ON THE PRE-AP CLASSES WHICH ARE ALIGNED FOR NINTH AND 10TH GRADERS WHICH ARE ONLINE TO HELP PROVIDE KIDS THOSE SKILLS.

WE BEGIN THAT WORK 2 YEARS AGO. SO THIS FOR STUDENTS WHO HAVE TAKEN PRE-AP EXAMS THEY HAVE THE SKILLS FOR THEIR AP EXAMS. WE WILL BE ABLE TO SEE THE FRUITS OF THAT LAOR IN EXAM RESULTS THIS COMING YEAR. THOSE KIDS ARE NOT GOING TO BE TAKING THOSE AP EXAMS. FOR IB, THOSE SKILLS ARE REALLY ALIGNED THROUGH SCHOLARS PATH IN NINTH AND 10TH GRADE.

I CAN OVERLOOK AT 6X PREDICTORS EVERY STUDENT PROFILE WE HAVE CREATED BUT AP PROVIDES US WITH AP THAT HELPS US TAKE A LOOK AT HOW QUICKLY KIDS ARE TO SUCCEED.

SO, WHAT IS THIS MEAN MOVING FORWARD? I WANT TO REMIND YOU OF THE WORK THAT CAME OUT OF THAT INITIAL EQUITY AND ACCESS WORK BACK IN 2000 13 WHERE THE THEORY OF ACTION WAS DEVELOPED. IN PART, IT TALKS A LOT ABOUT STUDENT ACCESS.

IT TALKS ABOUT HOW WE WANT TO SEE STUDENTS NOT WHERE THEY ARE BUT WHERE THEY CAN BE.

AND NEXT SLIDE. IT TALKS ABOUT HOW WE SHOULDN'T EXCLUDE STUDENTS FROM THE COURSE AND WE SHOULD BE USING MULTIPLE MEASURES IN PLACING STUDENTS.

ONE OF THOSE MULTIPLE MEASURES IS STUDENT INTEREST AND DESIRE. AS WE LOOK TO FIGURE OUT HOW CAN WE IMPROVE OUR AP PASS RATES. GOING TO ASK YOU BROUGHT SOME QUESTIONS. I KNOW, NEXT SLIDE PLEASE. WHEN I COULD BE ABLE TO ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS THERE, ON THE NEXT SLIDE TONIGHT. WE WANTED TO PRESENT IT WITH THIS LEADERSHIP CHALLENGE KNOWING THAT WERE GOING TO KEEP ANALYZING DATA WERE GONNA KEEP TALKING TO STUDENTS TO FIND OUT WHAT WE COULD BETTER DEAL TO IMPROVE OUR WORK HERE.

AND IF WE GO TO THE NEXT SLIDE. HERE ARE SOME POSSIBLE CONSIDERATIONS.HESE ARE NOT RECOMMENDATIONS. THEY'RE NOT IN ANY PARTICULAR ORDER.

SHOULD WE CONTINUE TO IMPLEMENT OUR THEORY OF ACTION? KNOWING WE MAY CONTINUE TO SEE SMALL GAINS OVER TIME. WE MAY NOT TRULY APPROACH CALIFORNIA STATE PASS RATES.

SHOULD WE CONSIDER EXPERIMENTING WITH PLACING HEAVIER EMPHASIS ON SUCCESS PREDICTOR METRICS AND TARGETED COURSES KNOWING THAT MAY DECREASE ENROLLMENT? BUT IT COULD INCREASE TRESPASS RATES.SHOULD WE CONSIDER PLACING MAJOR EMPHASIS ON SUCCESS PREDICTORS IN ALL OF OUR AP COURSES KNOWING THAT WOULD RESULT IN POTENTIALLY INCREASES IN PASS RATES BUT DECREASED ENROLLMENT IN HER AP COURSES.

AGAIN THESE ARE NOT QUESTIONS LOOKING TO ANSWER TONIGHT BUT THEY ARE FOOD FOR THOUGHT AS WE

MOVE FORWARD. QUESTIONS FOR ME? >> SO DAN, VERY COMPREHENSIBLE PRESENTATION. FIRST OFF. NO YOU'RE NOT LOOKING FOR THOUGHTS ON THOSE 3 QUESTIONS BUT, I DO WANT TO SAY THIS. I WOULD HATE TO LIMIT ACCESS FOR THE PURPOSE OF HAVING HIGHER TEST SCORES. AND KEEP IT SMALL.

I REALLY TO RETAIN THAT FOCUS ON ACCESS. AS I LISTENED TO YOU TONIGHT PRESENT THIS INFORMATION. THE QUESTION THAT KEEPS COMING TO ME IS YOU KNOW, I THINK THIS IS ONE OF THE ARGUMENTS WHEN DISTRICTS LOOK AT SORT OF TRANSITIONING AND BRINGING ABOUT A GREATER EMPHASIS OF EQUITY IS, WE CAN PROVIDE STUDENTS ACCESS TO A LOT OF

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THINGS. BUT WHAT ARE THE SUPPORTS IN PLACE THAT ENSURE THEIR SUCCESS? SO THAT WOULD BE A QUESTION THAT I WOULD WANT SOME FEEDBACK ON THAT ANOTHER TIME. KNOWING THAT TONIGHT IS JUST ABOUT THE PRESENTATIONS.

BECAUSE THERE'S A LOT OF INFORMATION ON ACCESS, ACCESS, ACCESS.

ONCE THEY GET THERE HOW TO BE SCALPEL THE LEARNING SO THAT STUDENTS CAN PASS A COURSE? THAT'S ONE THING. EVERYTHING THAT CROSSES MY MIND IS THAT WHAT IS IT THAT WE NEED TO DO AT THE YOUNGER GRADES OR IN THE LOWER GRADES. WHAT IS IT WE NEED TO DO IN OUR MIDDLE SCHOOLS THAT THEN HELPS STUDENTS TO SEE THEMSELVES AS ASK CANDIDATES TO SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETE MORE RIGOROUS COURSES. THAT'S ONE THING. AND THEN WENT TO WE NEED TO DO AT THE LOWER GRADES IN TERMS OF HELPING THEM PREPARE TO EVEN MAKE THAT AN OPTION.

MAKE IT AN OPTION. WHAT IS IT? WHAT WE DEAL? SO WHAT COMES TO MIND IS YOU KNOW, DO WE COMMUNICATE TO STUDENTS ABOUT THEIR OWN LEARNING ABILITIES? IN THOSE YOUNGER GRADES OR THE MIDDLE SCHOOL LEVEL.

I'M GOING TO FOCUS ON MIDDLE SCHOOL LEVEL. YOU PRESENTED US INFORMATION PRIMARILY DRIVEN TIME. WHAT MESSAGES ARE BE COMMUNICATING TO STUDENTS AND THOSE BELOW GRADES ABOUT THEIR OWN ABILITY TO BE YOU KNOW, WE SAY THAT THEY ARE SCHOLARS.

WHAT IS IT THAT WE DO TO HELP THEM ATTAIN THAT UNDERSTANDING AND SEE THEMSELVES AS SCHOLARS? THAT WOULD BE ONE THING. AND THE OTHER THING THAT COMES UP IS THAT IN ORDER FOR KIDS TO SEE THEMSELVES AS SCHOLARS IN ORDER FOR THEM TO TRULY SEE THEMSELVES AS BEING ABLE TO SUCCEED IT'S A CULTURE WITHIN OUR SCHOOLS. YOU KNOW, IT'S A CULTURE OF, YES YOU CAN DO IT. SO, HOW DO WE NOW OR HOW DO WE LOOK AT CREATING A CULTURE WHERE KIDS FEEL LIKE, NOT ONLY TO HAVE ACCESS TO AN AP COURSE PYOU KNOW OR IB COURSE.

I HAVE THE CONFIDENCE TO EVEN MAKE THAT DECISION. TO GO THERE.

BUT THINKING YES, YES I CAN. I CAN DO THAT. WHICH THEN BRINGS UP A HOST OF DISCUSSIONS AROUND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR TEACHERS. WHICH LOOKS AT WHAT DO WE NEED TO SCHOOL TO AT SCHOOL SITES TO RETHINK HAVING A CULTURE WERE STUDENTS TRULY SEE THEMSELVES AS INDIVIDUALS THAT CAN ACHIEVE. I ALREADY KNOW I THINK WE ALL KNOW FOR FACT THAT IF YOU HAVE A SMALLER COHORT THAT MORE RESOURCES CAN BE, YOU KNOW AFFORDED TOWARDS THAT SMALLER GROUP. MORE INTENSE TIME.

MORE TUTORING OR WHATEVER IT IS WE OFFER THEM. BUT, YOU KNOW, AGAIN WERE MISSING OUT. YOU GAVE US THAT EXAMPLE TONIGHT OF SOMEONE WHO HAD YOU KNOW ON THE ASSESSMENT LOOK LIKE, HEY THIS PERSON'S MARKET MAKE IT TO EITHER ONE OF THOSE PATHWAYS WHETHER TYPE B OR AP. YET PROVED EVERYBODY WRONG. SO, THAT'S MY CONCERN.

I DON'T WANT TO LEAVE ANYBODY OUT, ANY STUDENT OUT THAT THANKS THEY MIGHT DO THAT.

SO IT COMES DOWN TO COUNSELING EFFORTS AND A HOST OF A LOT OF OTHER THINGS.

THAT WAS JUST SOME OF MY THOUGHTS. MY BIGGEST YOU KNOW, ISSUE I THINK RIGHT NOW IS WHAT CAN WE OFFER STUDENTS TO SAY, HERE'S HELPER GOING TO HELP YOU, HERE'S WHAT WERE GOING TO DO TO HELP YOU REACH YOUR POTENTIAL. IN THIS AREA.

HERE ARE THE THINGS. LET ME TELL YOU HOW IT'S GOING TO WORK.

I GIVE HIM THAT STRONG MESSAGE. I TRULY BELIEVE, I TRULY BELIEVE THAT YOU KNOW WITH ALL OF THE SUPPORTS THAT MORE WILL PREPARE STUDENTS TO COME TOWARD SCHOOLS WITH THE SUPPORTS THAT THEY HAVE AT HAND. I KNOW I KNOW ARE LESS PREPARED STUDENTS OR STUDENTS HAVE LESS

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RESOURCES. I KNOW THEY CAN LEARN. YOU KNOW, GIVEN THE RIGHT ENVIRONMENT. SO. RIGHT WHEN I TURN IT OVER NOW.

TRUSTEES, I HAD TO JUMP IN BECAUSE I WENT LAST LAST TIME. OPEN FOR DISCUSSION FROM OTHER

TRUSTEES. TRUSTEE GRANT? >> THINK IT PRESIDENT HERNIA.

I THINK IT FOR THIS PRESENTATION. OBVIOUSLY VERY VISIBLE NUMBERS THAT I DON'T THINK ANYONE IS PROUD OF. ONE OF THE THINGS I'VE CONTINUE TO REITERATE OVER THE YEARS AND I HUNDRED PERCENT AGREE WITH PRESIDENT HEREDITY A IN TERMS OF CHANGING THE CULTURE. THIS WOULD BE 5 YEARS GOING OUT.

BUT I SAID, HEY WE NEED TO ADDRESS WHAT KIDS THINK ABOUT WHETHER GOING INTO THESE TESTS.

OF EXPERIENCE THIS. MARGARET UP IN SOUTH-CENTRAL TO KEEP SAYING IT IN ARMS, STATE-OWNED BLUE IN THE FACE. WE WOULD TAKE AP TESTS WE WOULD TAKE THEM TO BEVERLY HILLS BECAUSE IT WASN'T SOMEWHERE CLOSE ENOUGH BY FRONTS TO TAKE THEM.

I WOULD HAVE TO DRIVE FROM AUSTIN BEVERLY HILLS. WE WALKED INTO THESE ROOMS PEOPLE LOOK AT YOU LIKE WHAT YOU DOING AROUND HERE. THERE'S NO WAY YOU CAN PASS THIS TEST. THAT'S A STEREOTYPE THREAT. WHAT I WOULD EXPECT IS FOR THIS INFORMATION THAT WERE USING TONIGHT AND THE STUDENT VOICE SECTION.

TALKING TO STUDENTS ABOUT STEREOTYPE THREAT.HAT IS IN THEIR HEAD AND WHAT HAVE THEY BEEN TOLD ABOUT THE ABILITY TO PASS THESE TESTS? WHAT A KID START WALKING THROUGH THESE TESTS COMPLETELY COMPETENT AND CAPABLE AND CAN ACHIEVE.THEIR DEFEAT BEFORE THEY TAKE THE TEST. FOR WHATEVER REASON. I THINK THERE NEEDS TO BE A PLAN AND A POWERPOINT TO TALK ABOUT STEREOTYPE THREATS OF WHAT KIDS ARE BEING FED THAT'S CORRODING THEIR ABILITY TO PASS A TEST. I KNOW THIS IS NOT SOMETHING THAT'S UNIQUE TO NATOMAS STATEWIDE. THE NUMBERS ARE GOOD AND WE NEED TO DO BETTER. WHEN IT COMES TO STUDENT VOICE, PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE TALK TO STUDENTS ABOUT SOME OF THEIR FEELINGS AND WHAT THE BARRIERS ARE TO THEIR ABILITY TO PASS.

>> TRUSTEE KAPLAN? >> DITTO AS TO WHAT'S BEEN SAID BEFORE.

I FIND IT VERY DISHEARTENING TO SEE THE COMPARISON WILL BE LOOK AT IB PASSAGE RATE VERSUS AP PASSAGE RATE. I WANT TO REITERATE WHAT TRUSTEE HEREDITY SAID.

I DON'T EVEN THINK THAT'S AN OPTION TO BEGIN LIMITING ACCESS.

SUPERINTENDED EVIDENCE BROUGHT UP, REMEMBER THAT SLIDE.WHILE CERTAIN STUDENTS MAY HAVE NOT PASSED BECAUSE OF THEM TAKING THAT CLASS. I THINK IT BENEFITS THEM ESPECIALLY FOR GO ON TO COLLEGE. THERE ARE CERTAIN FUNDAMENTAL SKILLS THAT YOU PICK UP IN AP. IN HIGH SCHOOL I PASSED ONE AND I FAILED ONE.

THE SKILLS ARE PICKED UP EVEN IN THE ONE I FAILED WAS INVALUABLE.

I THINK, THAT'S RIGHT A STREET AND LOOKING AT THE THEORY OF ACTION WHY WE SHOULD CONTINUE THE PERMITTING IT IS NOT EVEN SOMETHING I'M REALLY OPEN TO DISCUSSING.

WE ARE ABOUT HOW DO WE ADDRESS THE DISPARITIES. HOW DO WE INCREASE ACCESS? CULTURE ALWAYS TAKES A LONG TIME TO TURN AROUND. ME AS WE DIG DOWN, WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN WHAT IB DOES THOSE KIDS PASSING THE TEST VERSUS AP PASSING THE TEST? ARE THERE CERTAIN SUPPORTS THAT ARE IN PLACE IN INTERCOM AND ARE NOT IN PLACE AT NATOMAS HIGH? AFTER THINK ABOUT IT. WERE NOT GOING INTO 2 ACADEMIC YEARS OF COVID. WE JUST DISCUSSED OUR ATTENDANCE RIGHT NOW KIDS ARE MISSING SCHOOL AND HOW THEY'RE LOSING INSTRUCTION. WHAT ABOUT OUR KIDS IN MIDDLE SCHOOL RIGHT NOW THAT IN A COUPLE YEARS THEY'RE GOING TO HIGH SCHOOL.

THEY'RE GOING TO BEAT BEHIND ON THE SKILLS. WHAT ARE WE DOING TO ADDRESS THAT? WHILE WE MAY WORK ON OR AP AND IB TEST TAKING MORE SUPPORT WE REALLY HAVE TO LOOK AT THIS NEXT GENERATION OF STUDENTS IS COMING UP THAT ARE ALREADY 2 YEARS ACADEMICALLY HAVE BEEN HAMPERED. THE EVENT TAKES YOU DOWN TO WE THEN HAVE TO GO TO ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS. WHAT ARE WE DOING AND HOW ARE WE ADDRESSING THOUGHT IN OUR ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS? WE DON'T HAVE 3RD GRADER THAT MISSED FIRST OF FIRST GRADE AND SECOND OF SECOND GRADE AND THEY'RE BEHIND ON THEIR WRITING SKILLS. NEW KIDS NEED TO BE AT GRADE LEVEL AND 4TH GRADE GETS HARDER

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AND WE START TO SEE THE EQUITY DIVIDE WITH KIDS WHO ARE READY BEHIND.

I SEE COVID HAVING A LOT OF IMPACTS ON HOW WE LOOK AT THINGS.

BUT AS WE LOOK AT AP AND IB NEED TO START ADDRESSING COVID IMPACTS.

WERE FINDING OUT THE SUPPORT SYSTEMS WORK MISSING. MAYBE THE SUPPORT SYSTEMS ARE WHAT HELP MOVING IT ONTO ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS AS WELL. I THINK IT'S ALL ONE.

I REALLY DO WANT TO UNDERSTAND THE DIFFERENCES OF WHITE SUCH A HIGH PASSAGE RATE AND IB AND A

LOW PASSAGE RATE IN AP. THANKS. >> ANY OTHER COMMENTS?

TRUSTEE BEINGS? >> YEAH. I AGREE WITH EVERYTHING THAT'S BEEN SAID BEFORE THE TRUSTEES BEFORE ME. I WANT TO APPLAUD SUPER PRESIDENT ELLEN THAT BROUGHT US THE DATA THAT WE HAVE AN ISSUE THAT WERE NOT WILLING TO PUT IT OUT IN PUBLIC WE CAN MAKE THINGS BETTER. WE APPRECIATE THE WORK YOU GUYS HAVE DONE. WE I WILL SUPPORT ANY EFFORT TO SUPPORT THE KIDS TO GET THEM

MORE ACCESSIBLE TO RESULTS. THANK YOU. >> PRESIDENT HEREDITY AND, IF I COULD. AS WE BRING A REP TO THIS IF THERE'S ANOTHER, OR 2. THIS IS DIFFERENT THAN MOST OF THE OTHER PRESENTATIONS. OFTEN WE BRING YOU SOMETHING AND WE ASK YOU TO GIVE US DIRECTION OR TAKE ACTION. HE ALSO AS TRUSTEES RECEIVED LOSS OF DATA THAT TALK ABOUT WITH STUDENT SUCCESS RATES AND THINGS OF THAT SORT.

I ASKED MY TEAM TO GET THAT CLEANED UP AND APPROPRIATE WEIGHT POSTED ON THE AGENDA BY THE END OF THE WEEK AS WELL. I TOLD MY TEAM TO PUT 50 SLIDES THERE AND WELCOME TO THE DATA.

LET'S JUNKET. I THINK THE PUBLIC AND THE COMMUNITY SHOULD BE ABLE TO SEE THAT DATA AS WELL. SO WHO'S ENROLLED IN THAT SPECIFIC TARGET STUDENT AREAS.

THINGS OF THAT NATURE. WE WILL BRING THIS BACK TO YOU. THERE ARE PLENTY OF THINGS THAT WE HAVE BEEN TRYING. EVERYTHING FROM WE HAVE PROVIDED ONGOING TUTORING BUDGET FOR YEARS. YOU HEARD ÃTALK ABOUT APA. THERE'S LOTS OF THINGS AND THERE'S AREAS LIKE ALIGNMENT, BELIEF, WE CAN WORK ON. THIS WAS TO SHOW YOU THE SUCCESS FOR IB. HOPE YOU REITERATE THAT. THAT'S PRETTY GOOD FOR REALLY GOOD FOR YOUNG IB PROGRAM TO HAVE AS MANY DIPLOMA PARTNERS AS WE HAVE THAT KIND OF PASS RATE IS REALLY IMPRESSIVE. THE FLIP WAS THE AP IS REALLY MESSY.

IT'S GREAT ALMOST 55 PERCENT OF OUR STUDENTS ARE MEETING THEIR READINESS FOR 2 ABOVE.

THE PATH RATES, ARE VISIBLE. THAT'S A GOOD WORD. WE WILL BE BRINGING THIS BACK TO UPDATE YOU ON WHAT WE'VE TRIED IN TERMS OF ACTIONS. AND THEN TRYING TO WRESTLE WITH PWHAT SOME OF THE SOLUTIONS ARE POSSIBLY HAD INTO THE BUDGET CYCLE.

ROGER SHARING SOMETHING WITH YOU, A PROBLEM THEN WALKING AWAY FROM IT.

WERE WORKING ON IT AND THEN PUT IT INTO OUR CYCLES SO YOU CAN TAKE ACTION WE CAN TRY THOSE ACTIONS AND SEE IF IT MAKES A DIFFERENCE. SO, WE WANTED TO SHARE THE DIRTY DATA. LET YOU KNOW WERE WORKING ON IT BEHIND-THE-SCENES AND WE WILL BE BRINGING IT BACK TO YOU WILL GET A CHANCE TO ADDRESS IT IN THE BUDGET PROCESS.

>> I THINK WE HAVE A HISTORY OF SHARING THE DIRTY DATA. IN THIS DISTRICT.

SO I'M HOPING THE PUBLIC REMEMBERS.TOO. MOVING ON ARE THERE ANY OTHER

COMMENTS? TRUSTEE PARDON? >> I AGREE WITH EVERY THING THAT WAS SAID THIS EVENING ONE THING I AM WILLING TO LOOK AT IS A SMALLER ENROLLMENT WHERE WERE ABLE TO BRING IN THE SUPPORT STUDENTS NEED. AS TRUSTEE KAPLAN WAS SAYING, WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN INTERCOM AND THE THOMIST NATOMAS 5. THE SUPPORT WAYS.

WE NEED TO WORK ON TRANSPARENCY IMMEDIATELY. IT STARTS AT THE TOP.

THANK YOU. >> ARENT CHRISTINA, HAVE WE RECEIVED ANY COMMENTS REGARDING

THIS ITEM? >> DID NOT RECEIVE ANY COMMENTS FOR THIS PRESENTATION.

>> OKAY NATALIA DO WE HAVE THE REQUEST FOR LIVE COMMENTS? >> WE DO NOT.

OKAY THANK YOU. THAT'S THE END OF OUR PRESENTATIONS FOR THIS EVENING.

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THANK YOU AGAIN DAN AND STOP FOR THIS PRESENTATION. A LOT OF DATA.

WE KNOW IT'S NOT ALWAYS EASY TO MANAGE LARGE BODIES OF DATA FOR A PRESENTATION.

[XIV. CONSENT ITEMS]

BUT, THANK YOU. WE APPRECIATE IT DOWN. OKAY, MOVING ON TO CONSENT ITEMS. LOOKING FOR MOTION AND A SECOND TO APPROVE THE CONSENT CALENDAR. MOVED BY TRUSTEE GRANT, AND SECOND BY TRUSTEE HARDIN.

JEN WILL YOU CALL THE ROLL PLEASE. [VOTING]

>> SHOULD CARRIES 5 ¦ [SINGING]. ACTION ITEMS.

[XV.a. Approve Third Amendment to Facilities lease with XL Construction for Inderkum Public Safety/Sports Fields/Softball Complex Project]

MOVING ON TO OUR FIRST ACTION ITEM OF THE EVENING TO APPROVE III AMENDMENT FOR FACILITIES LEASE WITH EXCEL CONSTRUCTION FOR SAFETY SPORTS FIELD, SOFTBALL COMPLEX PROJECTS.

>> MOVE FOR APPROVAL. >> WILL BITE TRUSTEE KAPLAN. >> SECOND.

>> BY TRUSTEE BAINES. TO HAVE A DISCUSSION FORUM THE TRUSTEES? ANY COMMENTS ON THIS BEFORE WE MOVE TO A VOTE? NO BEFORE I MOVED TO ECOM 'S, SORRY. NONE? ALL RIGHT.

CHRISTINA DO WE HAVE IT ANY COMMENTS FOR THIS AGENDA ITEM? >> WE DO NOT HAVE ANY E COMMENTS FOR THIS ACTION ITEM. EXPLICATES NATALIA TO BE HAVE ANY REQUEST FOR AN UP COMMENT?

>> WE DO NOT HAVE ANY FOR THIS ACTION ITEM. >> CLEARLY HAVE A FIRST AND A SECOND MOTION. MAKE SURE THERE AREN'T ANY FINAL COMMENTS ON THIS BEFORE WE TAKE ROLL CALL. GREAT, SEED NONE.EN, WILL YOU CALL THE ROLL PLEASE.

[XV.b. Approve Resolution No. 21-42 Adopting the Mitigated Negative Declaration/ Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program for HALO Program at NHS]

E. [VOTING] >>MOTION CARRIES.

MOVING ON TO ACTION ITEM B. APPROVE RESOLUTION NUMBER 21 Ã 42 ADOPTING THE MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION MEDICATION MONITORING AND REPORTING PROGRAM FOR HALO PROGRAMS AND NATOMAS HIGH SCHOOL. ANY DISCUSSION, ANY QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS FROM THE BOARD OF

TRUSTEES REGARDING THIS ACTION ITEMS? >> MOVE FOR APPROVAL AND REALLY

EXCITED FOR MOVING FORWARD ON THAT. >> ALL RIGHT.

MOTION BY KAPLAN AND SECOND BY TRUSTEE HARDIN. CHRISTINA TO BE RECEIVE ANY E

COMMENTS? >> NO E COMMENTS FOR THIS ACTION ITEM.

>> NATALIA, ANY REQUEST FOR LIVE CARPET COMMENTS? >> NO REQUEST FROM MARK

COMMENTS FOR THE SECTION. >> WE ARE TO HAVE A FIRST AND SECOND.

JEN, WE CALL THE ROLL PLEASE. [VOTING] >> MOTION CARRIES.

[XV.c. Discussion and Vote on Resolution No. 21-43, Authorizing Use of Remote Teleconferencing Provisions Pursuant to AB 361 and Government Code Section 54953]

MOVING ON TO ALBERT LAST ACTION ITEM WHICH IS VITAMIN C DISCUSSION AND VOTE ON THE RESOLUTION NUMBER 21 Ã43, AUTHORIZING USE OF REMOTE TELECONFERENCING PROVISIONS PURSUANT TO AB 361 AND GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 54953. ANY DISCUSSION FROM THE BOARD

OF TRUSTEES? >> JUST CLARITY. THIS BASICALLY IS A CONTINUANCE OF LAST MONTH'S POLICY. IT DOESN'T KEEP US HELD TO A VIRTUAL MEETING.

RATHER IT GIVES US AN OPTION, CORRECT? >> CORRECT.

>> OKAY I DON'T HAVE A PROBLEM SUPPORTING AND GIVING US THE FLEXIBILITY TO GO VIRTUAL.

I THINK WE MADE AMENDMENTS TO THAT AND DURING THE LAST TIME. I DO WANT TO GET BACK TO AN IN PERSON MEETING ESPECIALLY WITH CVR A. THAT'S MY NUMBER ONE THING.

I WANT TO BE SUPERSENSITIVE TO ANY HEALTHCARE CONDITIONS. I CAN'T BE IN A DIFFERENT SITUATION YOU KNOW THAT WERE IN HERE VIRTUALLY BY ITSELF. I JUST WANT ABOUT OPERA HAPPY TO SUPPORT IT BUT DO WANT TO GET BACK IN PERSON AT SOME POINT.

>> SO TRUSTEE GRANT IS AT A MOTION? >> THAT IS EMOTION.

>> OKAY AND IN SUPPORT OF IT. MOVED BY TRUSTEE GRANT AND SECOND BY.

>> OF SECOND IT WITH AGREEMENT I LIKE HAVING THE OPTION. I DO SUPPORT IF WE CAN HAVE OUR

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NEXT MEETING IN PERSON BUT ALLOWING US TO HAVE THE OPTION AND FOR WHATEVER REASON SOMEONE

NEEDS TO GO VIRTUAL. IT'S BENEFICIAL. >> OKAY.

ALL RIGHT. MANY OTHER DISCUSSIONS OR COMMENTS BY OTHER TRUSTEES

BEFORE I MOVE ON TO THE E COMMENTS? >> SO I LIKE THE WAY TRUSTEE KAPLAN JUST STATED IT. THAT APPEARS TO BE DIFFERENT HOW IT WAS BEFORE.

I THINK AT THIS POINT IN TIME THE NEXT 2 MEETINGS, AT LEAST NEXT MONTH FOR SURE SHOULD JUST BE IN PERSON. IF THERE'S HEALTH CONDITIONS THAT THEY CAN USE THE OWL.

THIS IS AN IMPORTANT WAY TO EVERYONE BE HEARD. AND THE ONLY WAY TO DO THAT IS BY BEING INSIDE. GOT A PHONE CALL AND ATTACKS FROM SOMEONE THAT THEY WERE WAITING TO BE CALLED AND THEY WERE CALLED. I KNOW WE DID CALL ONE PERSON THE VOICEMAIL I DON'T KNOW IF IT'S THE SAME ONE. I DON'T THINK THIS EFFECTIVE

AND THIS IS NOT THE TIME TO LEAVE OUR STAKEHOLDERS OUT. >> IT WAS THE SAME ONE.

THEREFORE GO WHO WE CALLED DIDN'T ANSWER AND I KNOW SHE'S TEXTED A NUMBER OF YOU.

I JUST THOUGHT WE WOULD CLARIFY THAT. >> OKAY.

>> I GOT THAT MESSAGE ALSO. OKAY TRUSTEE BEING. >> SAME HERE I WOULD LIKE THE NEXT COUPLE OF MEETINGS HELD IN PERSON. I AM SUPPORTING THE RESOLUTION IN CASE SOMEONE HAS TO GIVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO JOIN THE MEETING FROM HOME.

>> CHRISTINA DO WE HAVE OR RECEIVE ANY E COMMENTS ON THIS? >> NO E COMMENTS FOR THIS

ACTION ITEM. >> NATALIA ANY REQUEST FOR LIVE COMMENTS?

>> NO REQUEST FOR THIS ACTION ITEM. >> ALL RIGHT.

THANK YOU. THAT I HAVE A MOTION IN THE SECOND READY ON THE TABLE.

SO JEN, PLEASE CALL THE ROLL PLEASE. >> EXCUSE ME PRESIDENT CAN WE BE CLEAR ON EXACTLY HOW WE ARE VOTING FOR THIS. ALL RIGHT MAKING THE ADJUSTMENTS OR IS IT STANDING HOW IT HAS BEEN AN WE WILL JUST LEAVE IT UP TO YOU AND THE SUPERINTENDENT? SO, TRUSTEE GRANT TO WANT TO GO BACK.

>> SIMPLY THE SAME. MY APOLOGIES. THE SAME RESOLUTION WE HAD LAST MONTH. WERE JUST PASSING IT BECAUSE WE AMENDED IT TO SAY HEY, WE COULD GO IN PERSON, WE DON'T HAVE TO STRICTLY DO BEST. I THINK THERE'S BEEN ENOUGH FROM MY PERSPECTIVE OR DIRECTION WE WOULD LIKE TO GET BACK IN PERSON.

I KNOW I SAID I'D LIKE TO. I THINK TRUSTEE KAPLAN SAID THAT WITH THE OPTION AND DID TRUSTEE BANKS. I THINK THERE'S CLEAR BOARD DIRECTION WE WOULD LIKE TO GET BACK IN PERSON. THE TRUST PRESIDENT MERIDIA AND ALSO SUPERINTENDENT EVIDENCE.

>> OKAY, THANK YOU. >> SO, JEN WILL YOU CALL THE ROLL PLEASE.

[VOTING] >> THANK YOU. MOTION CARRIES 5 ¦

[XVI.a. Safety Protocols for In-Person Site Volunteers Speaker: ]

[SINGING]. MOVING ON TO THE DISCUSSION. WE HAVE 2 ITEMS HERE FOR DISCUSSION TONIGHT. ONE IS SAFETY PROTOCOLS FOR IN PERSON SIDE VOLUNTEERS AND I WILL NOW DEFER TO TRUSTEE KAPLAN. TO SHARE.

>> GOOD EVENING TRUSTEES. AS YOU SAW IN OUR AGENDA AND FOR ANYBODY LISTENING CAN PULL UP WHAT WAS DRAFTED TO LOOK AT IN PERSON VOLUNTEERS. OVER THE PAST PROBABLY 6 WEEKS I'VE HAD A LOT OF PARENTS FROM DIFFERENT SCHOOL SITES ASK WHEN CAN WE DO VOLUNTEERS.

SAINT I KNOW THE SCHOOL IS DOING IT. DAVIS IS DOING IT.

ROSEVILLE IS DOING IT. OAK GROVE HAS PEOPLE DOING IT. NOW THAT THIS AREA, IF YOU LOOK AT ZIP CODES COVID NUMBERS ARE COMING DOWN. IT DOES APPEAR THAT NATOMAS UNIFIED HAS DONE THE BEST AND THE HIGHEST PERCENTAGE OF VACCINATIONS BETWEEN 12 AND 17-YEAR-OLDS. WE KNOW THAT MASKS WORK. IT APPEARS SOON THE FDA WILL APPROVE PFIZER FOR ANY PARENT WHO SO CHOOSES FROM THEIR 5 Ã 11-YEAR-OLD TO GET VACCINATED.

WE KNOW MORE INFORMATION. I LOOKED AROUND AS TO WHAT SCHOOLS HAVE DONE WHAT DISTRICTS HAVE DONE. THE SAFETY PROTOCOL THAT I HAVE BEFORE YOU WAS MIRRORED OFF OF SOME OF WHAT ROSEVILLE HAVE DONE. SOME OF WHAT DAVIS HAS DONE AND THE BIG FACTORS THAT I'M PROPOSING THAT IS DIFFERENT THAN IF IGONNA WEBSITE ANY LOOK

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AT OUR VOLUNTEER PROTOCOLS. FIRST AND FOREMOST, ANY PARENT WANTING TO VOLUNTEER SHOULD AT LEAST START OUR DOJ PROCESS. THE VOLUNTEER PACKET. NOTHING CHANGES.

MOST OF THE LANGUAGE AS OF THE PROTOCOLS IS FROM OUR VOLUNTEERING, IN PERSON WEBSITE. AS LONG AS WE STILL HAVE CONCERNS ABOUT COVID AND MASKS ARE MANDATED. ONE OF THE THINGS I THOUGHT WE COULD LOOK AT AND ALLOWING THE PERSON VOLUNTEERS IS THAT PARENTS HAVE TO GO THROUGH NORMAL VOLUNTEERING PROCESS.

AND THAT THEN THEY NEED TO GO TO A LOT OF DISTRICTS HAVE A THEY GO TO THE DISTRICT OFFICE.

SHOW PROOF OF VACCINATION AND THEN THEY WOULD GET A VOLUNTEER BADGE WHICH THEN IF THEY USE THAT VOLUNTEER BADGE AND SHOW ABOUT THE SCIENCE. ALL THEY HAVE TO DO IS SIGN IN AND WORK WITH WHATEVER TEACHER ON THE HOURS SO THAT THE SITES IN THE FRONT OFFICES NO ALL THAT SAFETY PROTOCOLS HAVE BEEN MET. BECAUSE OUR SITES, OUR FRONT OFFICES OR SHORTSTOP TO THE TEACHERS I'VE TALKED TO THAT'S THE ONE REQUEST THAT THEY'VE MADE IS THAT WE DON'T PUT THE BURDEN OF CHECKING EVERYTHING AT THE SITE LEVEL.

I THINK IT'S PRETTY COHESIVE SINCE YOU HAVE TO GO TO THE DISTRICT OFFICE TO TURN EVERYTHING IN FOR A VOLUNTEER AND IT MAKES SENSE ON THE BADGE.

AGAIN, SITE-SPECIFIC THE SITE WANTS TO TRAIN SOMETHING ON PARENTS ON HOW THEY DO THINGS DIFFERENTLY. MASKS WOULD BE REQUIRED. THEY WOULD HAVE TO SIGN THE NORMAL SAFETY WAIVER OF UNDERSTANDING THAT NOTHING IS EVER GUARANTEED.

THAT ONE ADDED LAYER OF SAFETY WAS THAT ONLY ONE PARENT VOLUNTEER COULD BE IN A CLASSROOM AT A TIME. AND FOR THOSE OF US WHO HAVE LIKE 2 SIBLINGS OR 2 CHILDREN I CAN ONLY GO INTO ONE CHILD'S CLASSROOM PER DAY. THAT'S FOR CONTACT TRACING PURPOSES. SO I CAN ONLY VOLUNTEER IN THE KINDERGARTEN CLASS ONE DAY.

THEN THE NEXT DAY I COULD GO TO III GRADE CLASSROOM. I COULDN'T DO BOTH CANDOR AND THIRD GRADE ON THE SAME DAY FOR WHATEVER REASON THAT THERE IS AN OUTBREAK BY NOW IT MAKES IT VERY DIFFICULT FOR CONTACT TRACING. THE SAFETY PROTOCOLS I THOUGHT WOULD HELP MASKS, VACCINATION, ONE CLASSROOM, ONE SCHOOL. HER DAY.

WHAT ABOUT OUR PARENTS, SOME NEW PARENTS RECEIVE ANY TO GET IN THE CLASSROOM.

I WANT TO HELP. OUR TEACHERS ARE TALKED TO HAVE BEEN SUPPORTIVE.

IT WILL BE SOCIAL AND EMOTIONALLY VERY IMPORTANT TO GET THEM BACK IN.

AFTER ASKING FOR THIS. IS SOMETHING THAT I THINK WE COULD IF THE BOARD GIVES DIRECTION LIKE WE DID ON THE LAST ITEM DOCTOR SUPPORTIVE OF THIS IN THE PROTOCOLS.

THAT WE MOVE FORWARD TO ADMINISTRATIVELY IMPLEMENT IT. I'M CONCERNS, HAVE A LOT OF PARENTS AND READ TO GET IN THE CLASSROOMS AND WILL HAVE ONE MEETING IN NOVEMBER.

SO IF WE DELAY ON IMPLEMENTING SUCH A PROTOCOL THAT WERE MISSING THE OPPORTUNITIES TO GET OUR PARENTS IN CLASSROOMS. I TRUST ADMINISTRATION IF THE PROTOCOL NEEDS TO BE CHANGED OR AMENDED TO ADDRESS CERTAIN THINGS TO BE IN ALIGNMENT. THE STANDARD SAFETY PROTOCOLS THAT ARE PUT IN PLACE ARE THE SAME IN THE DISTRICT CAN REPORT IT AND IMPLEMENT IT HOWEVER THEY FEEL. I'M INTERESTED IN TRUSTEES THOUGHTS AND CONSIDERATIONS.

AUGUST THE NEXT IS A COMMENTS OR TRUSTEE COMMENTS TO. >> WELL, ME TAKE A STEP BACK.

LET'S DO THAT. SO, CHRISTINA, HAVE WE RECEIVED ANY COMMENTS?

>> YES WE RECEIVED A COUPLE OF E COMMENTS FOR THIS ITEM. RECEIVED A COMMENTS FROM AMY ADAMS, NATALIE CONSULTANTS, TOSHA CATLETT, ANNICK RAMSEY, BECCA CLEMENT, RACHEL ROJAS, EMILY HESTER, MONIQUE BLUES LANGUOR, AND STACY SCARBOROUGH. IN ADDITION SINCE THE MEETING HAS BEGUN WE RECEIVED AN ADDITIONAL PUBLIC COMMENT FOR THIS ITEM FROM AMBER GIMENEZ.

WILL BE FORWARDED TO TRUSTEES MOMENTARILY AND WILL BE INCLUDED IN THE MINUTES AS

WELL. >> NATALIA ANY LIVE COMMENTS REGARDING THIS?

>> WE HAVE RECEIVED A MY COMMENTS. I WILL MAKE MY FIRST PHONE

CALL. >> OKAY. >>.

>> GOOD EVENING OF CALLING YOU UP FROM THE THOMAS BOARD MEETING.

IT'S YOUR TIME TO MAKE UP PUBLIC COMMENT HERE ON SPEAKERPHONE WITH BOARD OF

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TRUSTEES. PLEASE TATE YOUR NAME FOR THE RECORD AND BEGIN YOUR 2-MINUTE PUBLIC COMMENT. YOU WILL HEAR AN ALARM OR 2 MINUTES ARE UP.

>> HELLO MY NAME IS KEN PALOMA I HAVE 3 CHILDREN. TO ATTEND THE THOMAS UNIFIED SCHOOLS. UNDER THESE CONCERNS, BOW TO ADDRESS HER SLIGHTLY OFF-TOPIC.

THEY'RE STILL VERY MUCH NEEDED TO BE ADDRESSED. LIKE TO MAKE SOME VALID POINTS REFERRING TO HAVING OUR CHILDREN VACCINATED WITH AN EXPERIMENTAL VACCINE FOR COVID-19. LET ME MAKE THIS VERY CLEAR. THIS IS AN EXPERIMENTAL VACCINE. IT IS NOT BEEN TESTED ON THE FOR ANYONE IN MY FAMILY TO BE WILLING TO TAKE THE CHANCE WITH HER HEALTH ESPECIALLY MY CHILDREN.

WE BELIEVE IN HEALTHY EATING HABITS, EXERCISE IN OUR DAILY VITAMINS TO KEEP US HEALTHY.

AS A CHRISTIAN I ALSO BELIEVE THAT GOD HAS GIVEN US A ROBUST IMMUNE SYSTEM AND THAT THAT CAN HELP US FIND OF ILLNESSES, DISEASES AND VIRUSES. I'M NOT INJECTING MYSELF OR MY CHILDREN WITH AN EXPERIMENTAL DRUG THAT HAS TO MANY SIDE EFFECTS.

MANY OF THE SIDE EFFECTS THAT HAVE NOT BEEN REPORTED. A FAMILY FRIEND THAT TOOK BOTH DOSES AND HAD BLOOD CLOTS ALMOST DIED. SPOKEN TO A NUMBER OF FRIENDS WHO HAVE DIFFERENT EXPERIENCES WITH THEIR TEENS AFTER TAKING THE EXPERIMENTAL VACCINE.

ONE FRONT HAVE THEIR SON WAS 17 HAVE THE HEART IN LARGER COMPLICATIONS WITH HIS BREATHING. A 15-YEAR-OLD GIRL WHO HAS HAD HER MENSTRUAL CYCLE HAS NOT EVEN HAD IT IN 6 MONTHS. AND A FRIEND THAT WORKS AS AN ER NURSE HAS BEEN ADMITTED MULTIPLE TEENS THAT HAVE HAD SEIZURES AFTER RECEIVING A. SO SOMETHING I'M WILLING TO RISK FROM HER OWN CHILDREN? HELL NO. WHEN THE PERCENTAGE OF DEATH IS 0.04 PERCENT. IT'S NOT WORTH THE RISK FOR ANY CHILD.

THE INGREDIENTS IN THIS EXPERIMENTAL VACCINE IS AGAINST MY RELIGIOUS BELIEFS.

I ALONG WITH MANY OTHER COMMUNITY MEMBERS WHO TOOK PART TO STEP FORWARD OF THE CAPITAL LAST WEEK ARE NOT BACKING DOWN FROM THIS MANDATE. IT'S OUR CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT TO MAKE THESE CHOICES FOR OUR CHILDREN. I DO NOT COPARENT WITH THE GOVERNMENT. OR THE SCHOOL BOARD OR THE SCHOOL DISTRICT.

>> THANK YOU. >> I WILL NOW CALL THE NEXT PERSON.

LEAVING HIM CALL YOU UP FOR THAT NATOMAS UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT UNIFIED MEETING.

IT'S YOUR TURN TO MAKE IT UP PUBLIC COMMENT ON ITEM A. PLEASE STATE YOUR NAME FOR THE RECORD BEGIN YOUR 2 MINUTE PUBLIC COMMENT.OU'LL HEAR AN ALARM YOUR 2 MINUTES ARE UP.

>> HI THIS IS RACHEL CUT 10, PARENT OF 2 CHILDREN IN THIS DISTRICT.

I LIKE MANY OTHERS WANT THE FREEDOM TO CHOOSE TO HAVE THE COVID-19 VACCINE OR NOT.

THERE ARE SOME REAL CHANCES THAT SERIOUS ADVERSE SIDE EFFECTS OR EVEN TALK.

THEY STAND WITH US TO MAINTAIN THAT FREEDOM FOR OUR CHILDREN TO BE CLEAR ABOUT ANTI-VACCINE ON ANTI-MANDATE. IT'S UNREFUTED THE COVID-19 SHOT ESPECIALLY THE PFIZER SHOT WHICH IS THE ONLY SHOT AUTHORIZED FOR EMERGENCY USE FOR CHILDREN HAS POSSIBLY OF AGE 5 PER THE FDA FACTORY CAUSES 19 TIMES THE EXPECTED NUMBER OF MYOCARDITIS.

WHICH WAS DETAILED BY SEVERAL PHYSICIANS AS WELL AS OTHER LIFE-THREATENING CONDITIONS BUT OTHER KNIVES NOT AFFECT THE CHILDREN PHYSICALLY TARGETED BY THE MANDATE.EGARDLESS OF HOW RARE THIS MIGHT BE THERE IS ZERO JUSTIFICATION FOR EXPOSING OTHERWISE HEALTHY CHILDREN FOR THE ZERO CHANCE OF DYING FROM THE VIRUS TO ANY REST. AS CODY MEISTER STATED YESTERDAY. HIS WORD STATES WILL MANDATE THIS FOR KIDS TO GO TO SCHOOL AND THAT WOULD BE AN ERROR. IF YOU DISAGREE WITH THAT. REHIRING CHILDREN THE GREATEST RISK WITH NO BENEFIT. TO GET IT COVID-19 SHOT IS NOT THE ANSWER.

IT'S UNETHICAL SCIENTIFIC WAY TO USE CHILDREN AS A SHIELD TO PROTECT SEGMENTS OF THE ADULT POPULATION. WHO ALREADY HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO BE VACCINATED.

NONE OF THE SHOTS PREVENT TRANSMISSION OF THE VIRUS AS STATED BY THE DIRECTOR OF THE CDC. AS A RESULT ANY PUBLIC MANDATE OF THE SHOT IS NOT PUBLIC HEALTH POLICY IN ORDER TO TAKE EDISON FOR SCHOOLING. ASKING A WONDERFUL SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD TO MAKE A STAND THAT OTHER SCHOOL DISTRICTS ARE MAKING SUCH AS HAPPY VALLEY

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LUCERNE VALLEY UST. THE SCHOOL BOARDS IN CALIFORNIA ARGUED I MUST BE VOTED NOT TO FORCE A MANDATE ON THE CHILDREN OR THEIR STAFF IN THEIR DISTRICT.

COMPLETE WITH OUR SCHOOL BOARD AND PUSH BACK ON THE ATTORNEY DOOSAN.

YOU'RE NOT ALONE. >> I WILL CALL THE NEXT PERSON. GOOD EVENING I'M CALLING YOU UP FOR THE NATOMAS BOARD MEETING. IT'S YOUR TURN TO MAKE AN LIVE PUBLIC COMMENT FOR DISCUSSION ITEM A, SAFETY PROTOCOLS FOR INPUT PERSON TYPE VOLUNTEERS. FOR NOW ON SPEAKERPHONE WITH BOARD OF TRUSTEES. PLEASE STATE YOUR NAME FOR THE RECORD TO BEGIN YOUR 2 MINUTE PUBLIC COMMENT. YOU WERE HERE IN ALARM BUT YOUR 2 MINUTES ARE UP.

>> HELLO MY NAME'S PAMELA BURRY I'M THE MOM TO STUDENT HERE IN THE DISTRICT.

I AM ADAMANTLY AGAINST THE COVID-19 VACCINE MANDATES. WHY? ? 3 REASONS. THERE'S MANY MORE BUT THERE'S NOT ENOUGH TIME TO STATE THEM ALL. NUMBER ONE, IT SHOULDN'T BE CALLED A VACCINE BECAUSE IT'S NOT TRULY A VACCINE. IT'S NOT A VIRUS IN THE SHOP BY TRADITIONAL VACCINES. THIS EXPERIMENTAL NEVER BEFORE USED TECHNOLOGIES IN THESE SHOTS. THERE'S NO LONG-TERM STUDIES ON THE FACTS.

AGAIN IS EXPERIMENTAL AND DOESN'T EVEN PREVENT ILLNESS OR TRANSMISSION.

WHY AM I AGAINST VACCINES? NUMBER 2, THERE'S MORE THAN ONE WAY TO DEALT WITH THIS VIRUS.

PARENTS SHOULD MAKE THAT DECISION FOR THEIR FAMILIES NOT THE GOVERNMENT.

FOR INSTANCE INVENTION. A GOOD HEALTHY IMMUNE SYSTEM IS KEY.

EATING HEALTHY, EXERCISE, VITAMINS, SUNSHINE, LAUGHTER, SOCIAL INTERACTION.

IF A PERSON DOES GET COVID-19 INSTEAD OF BEING TURNED AWAY FROM THE DOCTOR OR HOSPITAL IN MANY INSTANCES EARLY TREATMENTS WITH SAFE DRUGS HAVE BEEN USED SUCCESSFULLY DESPITE THE MEDIA AND OTHER HEALTH ORGANIZATIONS CALLING THESE PRODUCTS DANGEROUS.

IN BEING BANNED. I READ ABOUT OTHER TREATMENTS SUCH AS HIGH POTENCY VITAMIN C AND OTHER ELEMENTS AND SUPPLEMENTS THAT COULD BE USED INTRAVENOUSLY OR ORALLY TO VIRUSES AND DISEASE SUCH AS VITAMIN D, COURSE OF 10 AND SEEK TO NAME A FEW.

MOST KIDS WILL GET THROUGH COVID-19 EASILY.IKE GETTING A COLD OR FLU BUG.

WHY MY AGAINST VACCINE MANDATES? NUMBER , KIDS ARE BEING INSURED. THERE'S A DATABASE CALLED AFFAIRS DATABASE.

IT RECORDS AND REPORTS DEATH AND INJURY FROM VACCINES. THE NUMBERS FROM COVID-19 VACCINE ARE GROWING. HIGHER THAN ALL OTHER VACCINE ENTRIES COMBINED.

AS OF OCTOBER 11 THE DEATH RATE ALONE OVER 17,000. OTHER INJURIES IN THE HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS. PLEASE LET ME FINISH., AMONG KIDS IS MYOCARDITIS AND CURRENT CARD AUGUST. HEART DAMAGE NOT TO MENTION ALL THE STRANGE REPRODUCTIVE ISSUES MANY TEEN GIRLS AND WOMEN ARE HAVING FROM GETTING THE SHOT. PARENTS AND BOARD MEMBERS I IMPLORE YOU TO THE TRUTH. DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH. QUESTION THESE DRASTIC MEASURES FOR VIRUS THAT BARELY AFFECTS CHILDREN. WE DON'T KNOW THE LONG-TERM EFFECTS. EVEN THE FDA SAID YESTERDAY THAT WE DON'T KNOW HOW SAFE IT IS A 12 WEEK START GETTING IT. LASTLY, BOARD MEMBERS AND SCHOOL OFFICIALS VOTE YOUTUBE WHAT YOU ARE TOLD BY OUR GOVERNOR AND THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION?R BELIEVE STAND UP FOR PARENTS AGAINST MEDICAL TYRANNY. WE DEMAND CHOICE.

YOU WERE SUPPOSED TO BE TEACHING OUR CHILDREN. >> NATALIA PLEASE ASK HER TO

WRAP UP OUR COMMENTS. >> THANK YOU AND GOD BLESS AMERICA.

>> THE RECALL. >> BEFORE THE NEXT, DO WE HAVE ANY MORE NATALIA?

>> NO THAT IS IT FOR THIS AGENDA ITEM. >> ALL RIGHT.

SO NOW CAN OPEN UP FOR QUESTIONS FROM BOARD MEMBERS. COMMENTS OR QUESTIONS?

>> SO WAS IT STILL BOARD POLICY THE PARENTS PAY FOR THEIR LIFE SCANNED WITH THE VOLUNTEERING?

DOES ANYONE HAVE THAT INFORMATION? >> IT STILL IS.

I AM HOPING THAT WE DO NOT HAVE COST AS A BARRIER. THAT IF WE WOULD BE ABLE TO SET ASIDE OR HAVE MONEY FOR ANY PARENT AT ANY POINT. I DON'T THINK MONEY SHOULD BE A

BARRIER FOR STUDENTS OR FOR PARENTS TO VOLUNTEER. >> I THINK IT'S ALWAYS BEEN A PROBLEM ESPECIALLY FOR PARENTS ON THE SOUTH. ARE WE LOOKING TO GO HEAD AND MOVE THIS WITHOUT LOOKING INTO THAT FIRST? THEM OR NOT BRINGING

TRANSPARENCY TO ALL OF OUR SCHOOLS. >> I'M SORRY, CAN YOU EXPLAIN THAT AGAIN? IT WOULD JUST START IT AND HONESTLY IF THE BOARD DIRECTS THE SUPERINTENDENT HAS DISCRETIONARY FUNDING. IF THE BOARD DIRECTS MONEY TO

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BE SET ASIDE TO PAY FOR FINGERPRINTING AND WE HAVE A MAJORITY ON THAT.HE SUPERINTENDENT CAN USE DISCRETIONARY AMOUNTS AND SET ASIDE, WHAT IS IT, $20-$30,000

TO PAY FOR FINGERPRINTING IF PARENTS REQUESTED. >> OKAY.

I'M ALL FOR VOLUNTEERING. I AM CONCERNED FOR THE FACT THAT THE NUMBERS ARE UP ALL THE ZIP CODES IN NATOMAS THIS MAY NOT BE THE GREATEST TIME TO HAVE THEM, AND EVEN IF THERE

VACCINATED. , THANK YOU FOR THAT. >> TRUSTEE PAINTS?

>> I'M VERY SUPPORTIVE OF GETTING VOLUNTEERS BACK IN HER CLASSROOM.

THEY SERVE A VERY IMPORTANT PURPOSE. I DO HAVE A QUESTION FOR SUPER INTENDED EVIDENCE. HOW'S THE STAFF HAD A CHANCE TO REVIEW THE DOCUMENT AND DISCUSS

WITH LEGAL COUNSEL OR HAVE ANY RECOMMENDATIONS? >> WE DON'T HAVE ANY RECOMMENDATIONS AT THIS TIME. WHEN A TRUSTEE REACHED OUT AND EXPRESSED INTEREST AND I EXPLAINED WE WERE IN PROCESS AND TAKE A LOOK AT THIS. I WAS GRATEFUL WHEN I OFFERED AND REMINDED HER OF THE ALTERNATIVE OF THE GOVERNMENT'S TEAM HAD SET UP A COUPLE OF YEARS AGO. THAT BOARD MEMBERS CAN AGENDA ITEMS THIS ONCE A YEAR THEIR OWN ITEM. THEN HAVE A DISCUSSION WITH IT AND SHE WENT AHEAD INTO THAT.

THAT'S THE FIRST TIME TO SUSPEND USE. SO THANK YOU TRUSTEE KAPLAN FOR BEING THE FIRST ON THIS ISSUE. THE QUICK THINGS I CAN TELL YOU WITHOUT GOING INTO INCREDIBLY STRONG TO TELL. THIS AGENDA ITEM BASICALLY SAYS THAT THE ITEM WILL LIST THE NAME OF THE PERSON RESPONSIBLE. TIES TO THAT STYLE FORCE ISN'T DONE.

STAFF ISN'T INVOLVED WITH THE DISCUSSION OF THIS ITEM SINCE THIS DISCUSSION HAS BEEN HAD.

AFTER TAKE A QUICK LOOK. THERE'S DEFINITE CONCERN THAT RESTRICTING NONVACCINATED PARENTS FROM LEGAL COUNCIL WOULD HAVE A POTENTIAL DISCRIMINATION ISSUE.

THAT IS SOMETHING THAT WE WOULD HAVE TO TALK ABOUT WHEN WE TALK ABOUT THE BUDGET FOR FINGERPRINTS. I COULD USE THAT AS A BRIDGE. WHEN IT COMES TO LONG-TERM COST'S IT MIGHT EXCEED MY AUTHORITY. IN THE SHORT TERM I COULD DO AS A BRIDGE BUT LONGER-TERM WE WOULD NEED TO BRING THOSE OPTIONS BACK TO THE BOARD.

I'M TRYING TO THINK, OUR PLAN WAS TO COME UP WE HAVE DATA THAT SHOWS RIGHT ABOUT THIS TIME LAST YEAR IS WHEN THE NUMBERS SHOT UP. WEATHER CHANGES.

HALLOWEEN CAME. SO OUR PLAN WAS TO ENGAGE OUR STAFF AND ENGAGE OUR PARENTS.

GET A GENERAL SENSE FOR WHERE IT IS. AT THE SAME TIME MONITORING THE NUMBERS. COMPARED TO LAST YEAR. FOR EXAMPLE, LAST YEAR OCTOBER 10, 2020 SACK HIT ITS LOTUS CASE TOTAL. 5.7 CASES PER 100,000.

A LITTLE COLDER WEATHER, IT GETS DARKER LITTLE EARLIER. HALLOWEEN.

IT CLIMBED FROM 5.7 TO 63.4 BY DECEMBER 10. SO, AS OF 10 DAYS AGO OR SO WE EMAILED THE BOARD IT'S 15.2. IT'S NOT 17.1. WERE JUST MONITORING THAT AS A STAFF TO DETERMINE WHEN WOULD BE THE BEST TIME TO MOVE FORWARD AND PLAN.

WERE NOT AGAINST PARENTS BEING IN THE CLASSROOM AT ALL EITHER. WE LOOK FORWARD WHEN THAT COULD BE RETURNED. WE HAVE STARTED A SURVEY. WE STARTED WITH THE STAFF I WANTED TO WAIT FOR THE PARENTS. I DON'T WANT IT TO BE CONFLICTED WITH THIS DISCUSSION ITEM. WE DID START WITH THE STAFF. WE DID PRE-K THROUGH FIFTH GRADE. WHERE 53 PERCENT OF HER TEACHERS THAT HAVE RESPONDED SO FAR. WE ASKED THEM HOW INTERESTED ARE YOU HAVING A FULLY VACCINIA PARENT VOLUNTEER BACK IN THEIR CLASSROOM. SCALE ONE THROUGH 4, PERFORMING EXTERNALLY INTERESTED, ONE BEING NOT INTERESTED IN ALL. AND 3 INTO BEING HOWEVER THEY WANTED TO PUT IT. SO THERE IS 42 PERCENT OF THE TEACHERS THAT'S AN EXTREMELY INTERESTED. ANOTHER 12 PERCENT. ABOUT 54 PERCENT I GUESS WHEN YOU OUT ALTOGETHER. 54 PERCENT ARE A 3 OR 4. EXTREMELY INTERESTED OR VERY INTERESTED. THAT'S IF THE PERSON IS FULLY VACCINATED.

HOW INTERESTED YOU HAVING PARENT VOLUNTEERS BACK OF HER NONVACCINATED BUT HAVE BEEN

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TESTED PRIOR TO COMING IN. KINDA LIKE HER OWN PRACTICE WITH OUR STAFF.

THAT NUMBER SWUNG DIFFERENTLY VERY QUICKLY. IT IS 88.7 PERCENT OF OUR STAFF ARE NOT INTERESTED IN HAVING NOT. THAT CREATES THE LEGAL CONUNDRUM. THAT WE DON'T HAVE ANSWERS FOR YOU YET.

WE ASKED TEACHERS WHO WOULD BE WILLING TO SUPPORT YOUR ABDOMEN WITH THIS PROCESS.

GUESS WE COULD PROBABLY CLEAR AND CREATE MY BADGE SYSTEM FOR PARENTS WHO HAVE VOLUNTEERED.

THE WORK WILL BE OF THE SITE. YOU CAN HAVE TO MANAGE THOSE HOURS MAKE SURE PARENTS HOLD TO CERTAIN HOURS SO THAT CAROL AND HER TEAM CAN DO THE CONTENT TRACING.

DOUG AND HIS TEAM CAN DO THE CLEANING. WE HAVEN'T BEGUN TO WORK ON THAT. WE KNOW THAT THERE NEEDS TO BE RETURNED FOR PARENTS.

THE SURVEY IS THE BEGINNING. WE LIKE TO SURVEY PARENTS. WE LIKE TO MONITOR THE DATA.

ABSOLUTELY IN SUPPORT OF PARENTS GETTING BACK IN. WE WANT TO MAKE SURE WE DO IT RIGHT. WE DON'T HAVE AN INCREASE IN EXPOSURES AS A RESULT OF

STUDENTS AND STAFF. >> THANK YOU. >> YOU'RE WELCOME.

>> OTHER COMMENTS? TRUSTEE GRANT. >> THANK YOU.

JUST ONE. I WOULD LIKE TO SAY AND OPINION BEFORE MAKING ANY FURTHER

COMMENTS. ANN KEIL. >> AND THEN I THINK THAT'S TOTALLY OKAY. I'VE GOT NO ISSUE WITH THAT. I'M CURIOUS AS TO MAYBE CHRIS ROMAN KNOWS WHO THE ATTORNEY IS AND DAVIS THAT HAS THAT. SOME OF THE OTHERS WHO REQUIRE PARENT VOLUNTEERS TO BE TOTALLY VACCINATED. THE VERDICT PUT THOUGHT INTO PLAY. AND THEN CAN YOU FOLLOW UP ON THE STATUS OF THE GOVERNOR'S MANDATE REGARDING STUFF TO BE VACCINATED? I THOUGHT GOVERNOR'S MANDATE ALSO INCLUDED ANY PARENT AND STAFF OR ANY VOLUNTEERS. THAT HIS MANDATE REQUIRE THAT.

>> WE WILL CAREFULLY TAKE A LOOK AT THAT. >> MY HOTEL IS I THINK WE NEEDED THIS CONVERSATION AND I WANT TRUSTEES TO SAY WHETHER THEY ARE INTERESTED IN HAVING PARENTS BACK OR NOT. THE DISTRICT START MOVING ON THAT PROCESS.

IT'S NOT LIKE IT COULD BE IMPLEMENTED OVERNIGHT. I THINK WE NEED TO GET MOVING ON THIS PROCESS. YOU KNOW LAST YEAR VACCINES WEREN'T AVAILABLE.

WHEN IT FRACTIONS WRITE ONE OUT.E HAVE A SIGNIFICANT NUMBER OF PEOPLE WHO BEEN VACCINATED. I'M CONSCIENTIOUS OF INFECTION RATE AND DATA.

I'M ALSO AWARE THAT VACCINES HAVE BEEN AVAILABLE. MOST OF OUR STAFF WILL NOT MANDATE IT IS AND THINK THIS IS THE RIGHT STOP BECAUSE SOCIALLY AND EMOTIONALLY OUR KIDS NEED TO HAVE THE SUPPORT IN OUR CLASSROOMS AND I THINK SO TO THE TEACHERS.

I AM SUPPORTIVE OF KEEPING THAT THEY HAVE TO BE FULLY VACCINATED BEFORE THEY CAN

VOLUNTEER. >> I'M IN SUPPORT OF HAVING PARENTS RETURNED TO SCHOOLS AND YOU KNOW BEING ENGAGED AT THE SCHOOL SITE. KIDS ARE EXCITED WHEN THEIR PARENTS COME TO WORK IN THE CLASSROOM. I THINK IT BENEFITS PARENTS AND TEACHERS ALSO. BUT, AGAIN PROBABLY LIKE WHAT LEGALLY WHAT WOULD NEED TO HAPPEN? WOULD WE NEED TO CHANGE ANY OF WHAT WE HAVE IN THE PROPOSED STATEMENT THAT TRUSTEE KAPLAN HAS PREPARED? THEN I'D ALSO LIKE TO KNOW, I LIKE TO HEAR FROM STAFF. LIKE TO KNOW FROM CAROL'S PERSPECTIVE OR ANYBODY ELSE'S.

WHAT THEY NEED TO DO YOU KNOW WHAT WE NEED TO HAPPEN FOR THEM TO FEEL SECURE? YOU KNOW IN THEIR JOB. I TRUSTEE ARMING SUPERINTENDENT EVIDENCE.OU MENTIONED THAT FOR EXAMPLE DOUG WOULD HAVE TO LOOK AT THE CLEANING. WHAT ADDITIONAL CLEANING WOULD

HAVE TO HAPPEN? >> YEAH, TO BE CLEAR OR IN SUPPORT OF PARENTS RETURNING IN THE CLASSROOM. AS A DISTRICT OFFICE STAFF. WE KNOW IT WILL TAKE MORE WORK.

THAT'S OKAY. WHAT WE LIKE TO DO IS CONTINUE FORWARD WITH OUR APPROACH.

WE'VE ENGAGE THE TEACHERS. AND IT'S A MIXED BAG LIKE 54 TO 46.

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WHICH IS NOT ANY DIFFERENT THAN REALLY HOW THIS COMMUNIT HAS BEEN THROUGHOUT THIS COVID PROCESS. IF YOUR MEMBER WILL BE ASKED PARENTS, DO YOU WANT IT RETURN IN PERSON? WHICH OF THE EARLIEST SURVEYS. IT WAS LIKE THE 70 PERCENT.

AS WE GOT CLOSER TO THE DECISION TIME DROPPED ABOUT 50 PERCENT.

OUR COMMUNITY HAS BEEN PRETTY CONSISTENT AT THAT 5050 RANGE OF B1 5 PERCENT.

COME BACK IN PERSON, DON'T COME BACK AND PERSON, ALLOW VOLUNTEERS DON'T ALLOW VOLUNTEERS. WE WOULD LIKE TO CONTINUE OUR PROCESS.

THE SURVEY WILL HAVE CLOSURE SOON, 54 PERCENT IS A GREAT RETURN RATE.

WOULD LIKE TO REACH OUT TO OUR PARENTS AND ASKED THEM SIMILAR SLIGHTLY DIFFERENT QUESTIONS LIKE WOULD YOU BE WILLING TO VOLUNTEER IF VACCINATION OR TESTING AFTER GETTING MORE FEEDBACK FROM LEGAL. WE LIKE TO ASK THE QUESTION. WOULD YOU BE OKAY IF A PARENT WAS IN YOUR STUDENTS CLASSROOM IF THEY WERE FULLY VACCINATED AND/OR HAVE BEEN TESTED.

GET THAT FEEDBACK WHILE AT THE SAME TIME MONITOR THE RATES. I KNOW IT'S SUPER CONFUSING.

FROM A YEAR AGO. OUR COVID SITUATION ACTUALLY HAS A SIGNIFICANT HIGHER CASE RATE RIGHT NOW THAN IT DID A YEAR AGO. DOUBLE AND THEN SOME.

I KNOW THAT'S COMPLEX AND CONFUSING BECAUSE WE'VE HAD ALL THESE VACCINATIONS BY, THE DELTA VARIANT MEANS IT'S RUNNING FASTER THROUGH THOSE WHO AREN'T VACCINATED.

OF COURSE THERE ARE SOME BREAKTHROUGH CASES. WE ARE MOVING FORWARD ON PLANNING TO GET TO A RESPECT TERM SPOT FOR US TO TELL YOU EXACTLY WHAT NEEDS TO BE DONE.

LEGALLY WHERE WE WOULD BE AND THE TIMING YET. COULDN'T TELL YOU BASED ON OUR CURRENT PLAN. I'D LOVE TO HAVE IT BEFORE WINTER BREAK.

THAT WOULD BE GREAT. IF THE CASE RATES ARE VERY HIGH AS WE GET AFTER HALLOWEEN GET TOWARDS THANKSGIVING WE MIGHT PULL BACK. THAT IT MIGHT ROLL OVER INTO EARLY 2023 FORM SORRY 2022. SO THAT HAS BEEN OUR APPROACH. IT'S PULL PEOPLE ALONG WITH US.

GET THEIR FEEDBACK. PLAN ACCORDINGLY. WATCH THE DATA.

>> ANY OTHER COMMENTS? SO I THINK SUPERINTENDENT EVIDENCE I THINK HAVE A LIST OF THINGS THAT NEED TO BE LOOKED. BEFORE WE MOVE FORWARD TO BRING THAT INFORMATION BACK TO THE

TRUSTEES. >> YES. WE'VE GOT A LIST WITH A FEW THINGS THAT WE DIDN'T HAVE. THANK YOU GOVERNOR MANDATE FOR PARENT VOLUNTEER.

I CAN'T ANSWER THAT. WE WILL BRING THAT BACK WITH A DEFINITIVE ANSWER.

LEGAL OPINION YES WE DO AFTER TODAY AFTER DIG INTO THAT MORE. WE WILL BRING THIS BACK.

WERE NOT GOING TO LET JUST SAID. IT'S SOMETHING THAT'S IMPORTANT TO US AND BEFORE HE STARTED TO WORK ON IT. WE WILL BRING IT BACK AS SOON AS WE CAN. IF THERE ARE THINGS WITH MY AUTHORITY WE CAN DO THAT ARE CLEAR WITHOUT LEGAL HURDLES I WILL DO THEM TO GET PARENTS BACK.

IF THERE ARE LEGAL HURDLES AND QUESTIONS IT BEHOOVES US TO BRING THAT EXPOSURE TO THE BOARD. ULTIMATELY HAVE TO MAKE A DECISION.

KINDA LIKE YOU DID WITH THE AFTERSCHOOL PROGRAMS. WHICH WAS A DIFFICULT DECISION.

I THINK A SPLIT VOTE 3 Ã2. WE'VE GOT TO GET DAYCARE'S BACK TOGETHER AND CROSS CONNECTION.

REMEMBER RESULT IN THE END WAS VERY GOOD THEN. THERE WERE A FEW EARLY CASES BUT NOT A WIDESPREAD EXPANSION OF COVID AMONGST OUR STUDENTS WE DID NOT.

I REMEMBER HOW DIFFICULT IT WAS FOR YOU AT THE TIME ON A SPLIT VOTE.

TOOK THE TIME AND MOVED QUICKLY. WE TOOK THE TIME TO GET EVERYTHING RIGHT AND PRESENT TO ALL YOU NEEDED. I WOULD SUGGEST WE WOULD FOLLOW

A VERY SIMILAR PATH TO THAT IN THE END. >> OKAY.

I THINK OUR PARENTS WILL BE GRATEFUL TO THE FACT THAT WE ARE LOOKING AT SAFETY MEASURES.

THOSE WHOSE CHILDREN ARE IN CLASSES AND IF SOMEONE IS NONVACCINATED BUT EVEN THOUGH THERE TESTED THEY MAY HAVE STRONG OPINIONS ABOUT THE WITHOUT BEING AN OPTION.

WE WILL FIND OUT MORE BASED ON THE DATA THAT'S TO BE COLLECTED FROM THE PARENTS ALSO.

SO, THANK YOU. TRUSTEE KAPLAN, THANK YOU FOR BRINGING THIS FORWARD.

AS A SUPERINTENDENT EVIDENCE SAID I'M GLAD YOU EXERCISED THE OPPORTUNITY TO BRING AN AGENDA ITEM FOR NOT ONLY DID YOU DO THAT BUT YOU PREPARED A VERY COMPREHENSIVE ONE PAGER FOR US

[XVI.b. First Reading of Board Policy and Administrative Regulation Speaker]

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WITH LOTS OF INFORMATION. THANK YOU. I APPRECIATE THAT.

MOVING ON TO THE NEXT ITEM IS THE FIRST READING OF BOARD POLICY AND MINISTRY DIFFERENT REGULATION. THIS IS FOR OUR BOARD POLICY 8 ARE 6142.2 WORLD FOREIGN

LANGUAGE INSTRUCTION. >> I CAN GIVE THE BOARD AN OVERALL SUMMARY.

AS WE LOOK TO HER PRINCIPAL FOR OUR ÃSCHOOL DIVERSITY TO HELP CLARIFY WHAT WE USED TO CALL.

CONSISTENTLY ACCESS VERSUS READINESS.WE LOOKED AT THAT AN AP WORLD TODAY.

READINESS HERE IS MORE ADEQUATELY DEFINED AS BILINGUAL OR BEING MULTI-BILINGUAL.

WE NEED TO REPLACE THE DUAL MERGE LANGUAGE WHICH BEHINDS THAT SAYS IF THERE'S ENOUGH INTEREST WE SHOULD MOVE FORWARD ON IT. WITH FACTS THAT WE ARE MOVING FORWARD ON IT. THERE WILL BE FURTHER WORK THAT NEEDS TO BE DONE WITH THE DUAL EMERGING PROGRAM. AND AS IT DEVELOPS WE WOULD HAVE TO BRING BACK MAY BE THIS POLICY AND OTHER APPROPRIATE POLICIES. BUT, THIS IS VERY TIMELY AS WE START TO BUILD HGHER PRINCIPAL AND START BUILDING THE CAPACITY, THE MUSCLE IF YOU WILL IN OUR DISTRICT FOR A DUAL IMMERSION PROGRAM. IT'S DIFFERENT THAN BEING AN IB PROGRAM OR CTE. TEACHERS WHO HAVE THE RIGHT CREDENTIAL INCLUDES LANGUAGES AND THOSE SPEAKING SPANISH WILL BE HARD TO COME BY. MAKING IT CLEAR FIRST OFF.

WHAT IS ACCESS? WHAT IS BILINGUAL MULTILINGUALISM AND TALK ABOUT INITIAL DUAL IMMERSION IS ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY FOR US TO BE ABLE TO IMPLEMENT THE SCHOOL EFFECTIVELY. WE WANT TO BRING THIS FORWARD FOR OUR FIRST READING AND ANY

QUESTIONS AND/OR COMMENTS ARE SUGGESTED CHANGES. >> QUESTIONS?

COMMENTS FROM THE BOARD? >> IT SEEMS PRETTY CLEAR TO ME. THANK YOU CHRIS.

>> OKAY. Q TRUSTEE GRANT. I DON'T SEE ANY COMMENTS COMING FORWARD. I WOULD LIKE TO POINT UT NUMBER 3 ON THIS ITEM.

WHEN IT TALKS ABOUT THE DUAL IMMERSION ROGRAM THE TC

THE GOAL OF DUAL IMMERSION PROGRAMS IS TO HELP DEVELOP STUDENTS WHO ARE BILINGUAL AND BILINGUAL BY LITERATE LIKE US TO LOOK AT THAT LANGUAGE OF BEING BY LEGAL /BY LITERATE.

SOMETIMES I LIKE THAT DISTINCTION. I'M LOOKING AT ITEM NUMBER 2 WHERE IT SAYS BILINGUAL, MULTILINGUAL. I'M ASSUMING THE HIGH SCHOOL LEVEL WHEN PEOPLE ARE BILINGUAL OR MULTILINGUAL IS THAT SOME OF OUR STUDENTS COME TO US AND THEY SPEAK AND HAVE A PRIMARY LANGUAGE ALREADY. AND WE COULD TEST HIM IN THAT AND THEN THEY PICK UP A SECOND LANGUAGE AND THEY TAKE AN EXAM ON A TAKE AN EXAM IN BOTH.

THERE'S A PROFICIENCY OF NOT ONLY BEING ABLE TO SPEAK THE LANGUAGE BUT ALSO BEING ABLE AND BETTER LITERATE IN THE LANGUAGE AFTER DEMONSTRATING THAT PROFICIENCY.

THE TOOLING IMMERSION FOR SURE. I THINK THAT NEEDS TO BE IN THERE.

WHAT IS OUR DEFINITION OF BEING BILINGUAL? YOU KNOW.

I THINK WE REALLY WANT TO LOOK OUT BOTH ASPECTS OF THAT. THAT'S MY RECOMMENDATION.

>> ARE RIGHT. DEFINITION OF BILINGUAL AND CONSIDERING USE OF THE WORDS BILINGUAL AND BY LITERATE. OKAY I'VE CAPTURED IT. THANK YOU MUCH.

>> ALL RIGHT IF ANYBODY ELSE THANKS OF ANYTHING ELSE AS ALWAYS PLEASE FORWARD THOSE COMMENTS TO THE SUPERINTENDENT. THANK YOU. NO FURTHER DISCUSSION ON THIS

[XVII. PUBLIC COMMENTS]

ITEM CAN MOVE ON TO THE PUBLIC COMMENTS. THESE ARE COMMENTS THAT ARE OFFERED BY THE PUBLIC THAT ARE FOR ITEMS NOT ON OUR AGENDA. I WILL ASK CHRISTINA IF WE RECEIVED ANY E COMMENTS FOR ITEMS NOT ON THE AGENDA THIS EVENING?

>> WE DID RECEIVE A FEW COMMENTS FOR ITEMS NOT ON THE AGENDA THIS EVENING.

WE RECEIVED A COMMENT FROM TRACY CHATTERS REGARDING THE BEHAVIOR OF ONE TRUSTEE DURING THE LAST BOARD MEETING. A COMMENT FROM KEN ÃREGARDING MANDATES FOR STUDENTS AND STAFF. A PUBLIC COMMENT FROM ÃÃ REGARDING A SERVICE GRANT.

PUBLIC COMMENT FROM JEANETTE Ã REGARDING A NEWSLETTER. 2 PUBLIC COMMENTS FROM GINA

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THACKERAY REGARDING FREE LESSONS FROM PRIVATELY. 2 PUBLIC COMMENTS FROM JOE REGARDING LIVELY WEBINARS. A PUBLIC COMMENT FROM PMARK:REGARDING MASK OF VACCINE MANDATES FOR STUDENTS. AND THAT IS IT FOR PUBLIC COMMENTS NOT ON THE AGENDA.

>> NATALIA BEFORE YOU HIT DIAL. 2 THINGS. FIRST OF ALL THE PUBLIC COMMENT REGARDING HSD WAS A POSITIVE COMMENT, CORRECT? IT'S LIKE A HANGING CHAD.

>> THAT'S WITH THEY PUT IN THERE. >> I JUST WANT TO LET THE PUBLIC KNOW THAT IT WAS A POSITIVE BEHAVIOR NOTED. NATALIA I'M SURE THE BOARD

WOULD APPRECIATE, HOW MANY CALLS DID WE HAVE SOUGHT IT? >> WHEREFORE CALLS.

>> I'LL START THE 20 MINUTE CLOCK. AS SOON AS THE PERSON ANSWERS.

THANK YOU. >> OKAY, I AM CALLING NOW. THEY DID NOT ANSWER.

I'M GOING TO CALL THE NEXT PERSON. >> THANK YOU.

>> GOOD EVENING I'M CALLING YOU UP FROM THE TRAUMA SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEETING.

IT'S YOUR TURN TO MAKE UP PUBLIC COMMENT FOR ITEMS ON THE AGENDA.

CURRENT SPEAKER WITH THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES. PLEASE STATE YOUR NAME FOR THE RECORD BEGIN YOUR 2-MINUTE PUBLIC COMMENT. YOU WILL HEAR AN ALARM WHEN

YOU'RE 2 MINUTES ARE UP. >> -YOUMISSED LINDA TURMAN I HAVE A CHILD THAT ATTENDS A SCHOOL HERE IN NATOMAS DISTRICT. LOOKING IN ANY GIVEN SITUATION ELECT TO OBSERVE THE BENEFITS VERSUS THE CONSEQUENCES DETERMINE WHETHER IT MAKES SENSE. THIS VACCINE DOES NOT. DO YOU KNOW THERE ARE LOTS OF STUDENTS AND THE OTHER SET OF PUSH THIS MANDATES FOR CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY.

OR SHE WANT TO BE WHEN EVERYONE INVOLVED IS BEING SOUGHT AFTER? IS THE MINUTE YOU'RE GIVING WORTH THE LONG-TERM EFFECTS ON YOUR CHILDREN AND YOUR GRANDCHILDREN? THEY COULD OFFER MEET $7 BILLION AND I WOULD SAY NOT WORTH IT.

HOW ABOUT YOU? ARE YOU OKAY WITH SELLING OUT OUR FUTURE GENERATIONS? I THINK NOT. SCHOOLS ARE BIT GOOD AT TEACHING KIDS MULTIPLY BUT WHAT IS GOING ON IS UNDENIABLE. I GET THAT YOU 2 ARE ALSO BEING PUSHED TO PUSH THIS THROUGH A NUMBER ASKING HOW CAN WE AS PARENTS WHO SUPPORT THE OPEN VOTING NO ON ALL MANDATES.

PERCENTAGE OF CHILDREN THAT DIE FROM COVID FROM 0.0 4 PERCENT. PROBABLY FOR THE 63 OTHER VACCINES THAT BEEN SHOVED INTO THEM WHEN I WAS A CHILD RECEIVED 7 VACCINATIONS.

I STARTED RESEARCHING THE NUMBER 1 TO 63. KNOW AND UNDERSTAND THEY ARE IN THE 70S. MY CHILD WILL NOT BE PARTICIPATING IN THIS HUMAN MEDICAL EXPERIMENT. REFERENCE IT TOOK AND HAVE BACK PAINS BUT CLASS.

I KNOW PEOPLE HAVE DIED FROM THE VACCINATION. MY AUNT MARILYN'S LEVEL.

AS A STUDY JOHN JAPAN 3 YEARS AGO SEVERAL YEARS AGO WHEN KIDS RAN WITH MASKS.

AND THEY'LL DROP DEAD FROM LACK OF OXYGEN. SHE WAS RUSHED TO THE ER AND HER DIAGNOSIS? LACK OF OXYGEN. AUSTIN NOT TO FOR THE VIRUS.

I WORK SEVERAL SCHOOL DISTRICTS 7 TO SEE SO MANY BABIES BEING FORCED TO WORK MASKS TALKING TO ADMINISTRATORS AT SCHOOL THEY TOLD ME YES STUDENTS ARE GETTING SICK BUT NOT FROM

COVID-19. >> NATALIA CAN YOU TELL THEM TO WRAP IT UP.

>> STOP THE INSANITY PLEASE. >> THANK YOU. I CALLED THE NEXT PERSON.

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THEY HUNG UP. >> NATALIA ONCE YOU TRY CALLING THAT PERSON BACK IN CASE THAT WAS A DROPPED GOAL. PLEASE. NEXT I WILL DO THAT.

>> THAT HAPPENED LIKE STANTLY. THEY DID NOT ANSWER. I'M GOING TO CALL THE NEXT

PERSON. >> A GOOD EVENING I'M CALLING YOU UP FROM NATOMAS SCHOOL BOARD MEETING. IT'S YOUR TURN TO MAKE IT UP PUBLIC COMMENT.

>> THEY HUNG UP. >> I BELIEVE THAT WAS A PERSON SPOKE EARLIER AS WELL.

>> THAT IS CORRECT. >> GOT IT, THANK YOU. THAT CONCLUDES OUR LIVE PUBLIC

COMMENT FOR ITEMS ON THE AGENDA. >> THANK YOU NATALIA.

SO I DON'T SEE ANYTHING LEFT ON OUR AGENDA FOR THIS EVENING. AND THEREFORE I'D LIKE TO TURN

* This transcript was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.