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board members proposals first reading, none. >> the budget business services meeting the tomorrow so this won't come before the committee until june so -- >> okay. >> [inaudible] maybe june or -- >> is there a time constraint on this permission to -- >> hi commissioners. there is -- there was actually a hope that this would have come with a waiver of the first reading to sort of just give us a chance to move forward with the grant opportunity. the only -- there's not an issue if we can still apply, but if we apply, we still consider -- these things run in
parallel. in other words, we apply, but also run this through the various committees and have our decisions and if for some reason we decided we weren't interested we would withdraw our application. we're not sure we're still working on it and the feasibility of getting it in, but i think that's no problem of referring it to the committees. >> do we have consensus about that? we will hear this in the committee, but the district will pursue this grant opportunity, paralleling our authorization process. commissioner -- >> i don't have any reservations for applying for taking advantage of this opportunity, so i would assume move for a waiver on approval on first reading if that's allowed. >> you would have to post that in the agenda and it wasn't posted in the agenda. >> could we just bring it down
for second reading at the meeting without it going to committee? a: we >> we could do that and still hear it in committee. >> we could hear it in two weeks, but do you need to have direction now? >> i think i heard some direction, which is that we could apply in parallel. the other thing is it would help if in two weeks we were doing it because we could refer to the application itself that it has been reads for a first time and it's up for and being voted upon by our district. so it could be something we could add to the application if we knew that was going to happen expeditiously. >> that's fine. mr. steel, would you please make a note of this. at the next agenda review for the meeting of may 27 that we will bring this back for a vote. in the meantime, there [inaudible] will pursue this opportunity simultaneously. that what i heard?
>> that's what -- that sounds good. >> that's what i heard. okay. >> [inaudible]. [laughter] >> oh, that right. >> if i'm understanding correctly, so it's still going to go to committee so you'll be presenting at the june 2 curriculum committee meeting and a subsequent budget committee; is that correct? >> i think we said we would burr pursue this and skip the committee. you could report us back with a report and update about what's happening with that grant opportunity. thank you very much. now, board members, proposal first reading none. board members report from the city and school district select
committee. public commissioner wynns, you want to report on that. looks like [inaudible] is not here. >> certainly. the item that we had on the agenda was the review of summer learning programs an all the various summer opportunities that we have for kids, both from our own extended learning initiative and others fundsed by dcyf. >> i wanted to add that this saturday is the first day to enroll in the summer program for the park so if you want to get the classes you want, 10:00 am they start checking in online and you can apply. and we had a reauthorization for the peef fund which we discussed tonight. >> which basically was the same timeline. it was informational about when things would be introduced and
that there would be these various proposals that would possibly be merged after introduced. >> thank you. report from the student assignment, commissioner [inaudible]. >> thank you. at the april 29 meeting, we had four informational items. the first one was a middle school feeder pattern and staff was very hard to look at a granular level at the number of seats available to determine that the middle school feeder could be at the everett middle school and daniel webster would be at james lick and we heard very positive reception of these feeder pat erns. er earns. patterns feature
meetings the next meeting will be scheduling in the fall. report from the [inaudible]. commissioner maufus. >> thank you. >> so we had an action item in support of the update for -- to our student handbook regarding the appearance so i had mentioned earlier we had sent that forward with a positive recommendation. we also had a presentation on our school quality improvement system, which was always going to be a standing item on the
curriculum committee agenda. and it really is -- just we have submitted elementary secondary education act request to extend that skwool quality improvement system into and beyond 2014 into -- and beyond the 2014 school year and it was signed by all of the districts involved in that. that was just an update on that information which we had reapplied or asked for an education tension. extension. i'd like to ask for an extension to the next meeting to present feedback on the pathways overview and focus. i haven't received some updating information and when i reviewed my powerpoint that i had at the curriculum committee it had several corrections on it in areas that were missing
information and i haven't received that from the folks that presented to us so i will actually speak with them and just remind them that that information was supposed to go to our executive assistant. >> thank you for that report. so we are going to recess -- i'm sorry, could we give other reports. >> oh, well, all right. >> yes, i wanted to congratulate the graduates of downtown high school for being employees of the year for the jewish vocational services awards luncheon. it was really an amazing testimonial about how jds has supporting our public school students into really meaningful employment. i wanted to congratulate
seniors theresa and sheila who won the national japan bowl competition in washington dc. they're seniors at lowel high school. congratulate the san francisco achievers scholarship winners who will be honored this thursday, shout out to united administrators who will be celebrating the end of the year on thursday and invite folks to the memorial day observance and the last announcement is about summer learning on june 11 to july 16, opportunities for credit recovery, go to
sfusd.edu/extended learning. thank you. >> anymore announcements at all. i'd like to congratulate fewer for supplying him with that education and wish him much luck on getting full-time employment. i'd like to also congratulate [inaudible] sanchez as she graduates from san francisco state this saturday. and her [inaudible] graduate program in public policy. and now, before we rerecess this meeting to closed session, commissioner wynns would like to address memory of a friends, a former board of education member. >> so even though we're recessing, for the benefit of the listening audience not having to wait, we are going to
do this adjournment in memory of at home in thomasville, georgia. she was an elder of two sisters born in west palm beach, florida, and grew up in thomasville, georgia her mother's hometown. she was the valedictorian of her class and attendsed fisk university in nashville, tennessee. she met and married ed win johnson, the son of a [inaudible] was a prominent businessman who owned the texas play house and other businesses in san francisco's fillmore district. he became a surgeon and practiced in san francisco and they had three children pamela ed win and daniel. she was an active member in the
community in san francisco. she was president of the san francisco branch of the naacp and president of the african american historical and cultural society. she was appointed to the san francisco board of education by mayor george masconi on [inaudible]. she is elected in november 1978 and was running for when she resigned in august because of differences with the superintendent and board over desegregation issues. after she was divorced she moved back to georgia where she and her sister cared for her mother who lived to be 101. she lived in atlanta and was torque coordinator.
an [inaudible] and led tours to many african countries. she lived her final years in thomasville and fought three battles with cancer until finally succumbing this month. her sister brenda jones and a host of dear friends the world over, which i count myself among, her portrait can be seen along with many others on the wall of the el hill hutch community center in the western addition right down the street from here and we express our sincere condolences to the johnson family and honors her as an educational leader. thank you. >> mr. steel. >> i'm sorry.
i want to follow up on your report for [inaudible]. i sent you an email on monday at 9:07 am regarding the multilingual pathways presentation. it was supposed to have an attachment including that powerpoint, i neglected that powerpoint, i'm going to forward it to you right now. i want you to know they sent you the information, i just did not attach elt. i apologize and will sends send it to the board right now. >> on behalf of of president fewer the board will go into clo >> report of closed session.
there is one correction as follows tchl board by a vote of six is, approve the contract of one general [inaudible]. the read out for may 13, 2014 existing litigation the board by a vote by a vote offics is. including a monetary payment to the district. this corrects the previous read out of the the board's march 4, 2014 action which erroneously said the board authorized a payment rather than choose a district. other informational items. posted in the agenda is the staff report on the william's
uniform complaints. meeting adjourned. >> you have to read tonight's closed session. >> it's right there. >> okay, the read out from this evening's closed session, public employment, may 13, 2014, the public employment by a vote of six is approved the appointment of one principal. ea. >> do you know know your greg
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