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					REVISED TO UPDATE PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO TAB 22 – PUBLIC SCHOOL CHOICE RESOLUTION BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE CITY OF LOS ANGELES Governing Board of the Los Angeles Unified School District REVISED REGULAR MEETING ORDER OF BUSINESS 333 South Beaudry Avenue, Board Room 1 p.m., Tuesday, August 25, 2009 Roll Call Pledge of Allegiance Old Business for Action 1. Board of Education Revised Report No. 426 – 08/09 PUBLIC HEARING Office of the Chief Financial Officer (Education Code Waiver Request to Change Classified Employees Salary Payment Schedule) Recommends authority for District staff to submit a waiver request to the California Department of Education to permit the District to pay classified employees paid on a monthly cycle 5-7 business days after the end of the month.

New Business 2. Board of Education Report No. 42 – 09/10 (5 vote) Facilities Services Division (Approval of Professional Services Contract Agreements) Recommends approval of award of 7 new and 111 existing facilities construction contracts and amendments for approximately $86 million; 18 job order contracts and amendments for $43.3 million; change orders for new construction and existing facilities for approximately $7.8 million; award of 182 informal contracts totaling approximately $2.4 million; award of 80 architectural and engineering contracts and task order amendments totaling $3.4 million: 5 new contracts for professional services not to exceed $250,000 for a not to exceed total of $188,000; 21 professional service amendments not to exceed $11 million; 1 real estate purchase and sale agreements totaling approximately $8.8 million; and 11 professional service contract amendments for laboratory services and materials testing. Board of Education Report No. 43 – 09/10 No earlier than 5 p.m. Office of Environmental Health and Safety (Certification of Final Environmental Impact Report for South Region High School No. 9) Recommends certification of the Final Environmental Impact Report; adoption of the Findings of Fact, Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Plan and Statement of Overriding Considerations for the construction of a 1431 seat high school, located in the City of South Gate.

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Board of Education Report No. 44 – 09/10 Facilities Services Division (Project Approval for South Region High School No. 9) Recommends approval of authorization for staff to proceed with construction of a 1,431 student high school facility consisting of 3 schools to be located on Adella Ave on both sides of Tweedy Blvd. in the City of South Gate with an anticipated cost of $249,107,063. Board of Education Report No. 45 – 09/10 Office of Environmental Health and Safety (Certification of a Supplement to the Environmental Impact Report Modified Plan for Central Los Angeles Learning Central No. 1 (Pantry)) Recommends certification of a Supplement to the Environmental Impact Report for a Modified Plan for the treatment of the Robert F. Kennedy assassination site (Ambassador Hotel Pantry); and adoption of the Findings of Fact, related to the site of the former Ambassador Hotel in the City of Los Angeles. Board of Education Report No. 46 – 09/10 Facilities Services Division (Approval of Modified Plan for the Preservation of the Robert F. Kennedy Pantry Site and Authorization for Staff to Execute the Modified Plan) Recommends approval and authorizes execution of a Modified Plan for preservation of the Robert F. Kennedy assassination site (Ambassador Hotel Pantry). Board of Education Report No. 49 – 09/10 Facilities Services Division (Amend Existing Facilities Strategic Execution Plan to Fund Measure R Major Repair Projects from Unallocated Project Savings: Phase I Priority Projects to Mitigate Lead in Water, Priority Irrigation, Security Hardware and Other Projects) Recommends approval of an amendment to the Strategic Execution Plan to utilize Measure R Major Repairs Program in the amount of $19.6 million from unallocated project savings to mitigate effects of lead in the water, replace deteriorated irrigation controllers, and improve security at school sites. Board of Education Report No. 50 – 09/10 Facilities Services Division (Amendment to the Existing Facilities Strategic Execution Plan to Fund Air Conditioning Projects – Phase I) Recommends approval of the Strategic Execution Plan to allow approximately $7.8 million of Measure Y funds for air conditioning to classrooms, equipment rooms, auditoriums and gymnasiums by installing new or replacing non functioning units at specified sites. Board of Education Report No. 51– 09/10 Facilities Services Division (Amendment to the Existing Facilities Strategic Execution Plan to Fund Alteration and Improvement (A&I), Measure K Unallocated Projects and Board Member Priority Projects at Various Schools) Recommends approval of the Strategic Execution Plan to allow allocation of $3.2 million of Measure K unallocated A&I funds for 66 projects in Local Districts 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8. -2Rev. Order of Business, 1 p.m., 8-25-09

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Board of Education Report No. 52 – 09/10 Facilities Services Division (Lease Agreement for the Division of Adult and Career Education for Parking at the Abram Friedman Occupational Center) Recommends authorization for District staff to negotiate and enter into a five-year lease to provide a total of 124,844 square feet of parking for students and teachers at Friedman Occupational Center and teachers from Santee High School at an estimated cost to the District of approximately $400,000 over the 5-year term. Board of Education Report No. 54 – 09/10 Facilities Services Division (Renewal of the Lease for Title I, Part A, Private Schools Program at 45 Locations) Recommends renewal of one year land lease agreement with Archdiocese of Los Angeles for 45 locations throughout the District to provide space for services to Title I students attending private schools at a cost of $23,100. Board of Education Report No. 59 – 09/10 Human Resources Division (Routine Personnel Actions) Recommends approval of 31,527 routine personnel actions such as promotions, transfers, leaves, etc Board of Education Report No. 60 – 09/10 Human Resources Division (Nonroutine Personnel Actions) Recommends approval of the dismissal of 2 classified employees and the rescission of dismissals of 2 classified employees. Board of Education Report No. 61 – 09/10 Human Resources Division (English Learner (EL) Authorization) Recommends approval of change of District policy to require all teachers and instructional coaches assigned to K-12 schools to hold an English Learner authorization by taking the California Teacher of English Learners (CTEL) coursework or by passing the California Teacher of English Learners examination. Board of Education Report No. 37 – 09/10 High School Programs (Adoption of Performance Indicators for Alternative School Accountability) Recommends adoption of specified Performance Indicators for specific schools that serve at-risk students. Board of Education Report No. 38 – 09/10 Curriculum, Instruction & School Support (Approval of the Establishment of a Community Day School (CDS) Adjacent to Markham Middle School) Recommends establishment of a 120 seat CDS adjacent to Markham Middle School serving students in Local Districts 5, 6, and 7.

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Board of Education Report No. 62 – 09/10 Accounting and Disbursement (Report of Warrants Issued, Request to Reissue Stale-Dated Warrants, Reimbursement of the Controller’s Revolving Cash Fund, and Donations of Money) Approves issuance of warrants for a total value of approximately $705 million, reissuance of 5 stale dated warrants and the acceptance of a donations to the District of $782,000. Board of Education Report No. 65 – 09/10 Office of the Controller (2009-10 General Obligation Refunding Bonds Resolution) Recommends authorization to allow staff to take the necessary actions to implement issuance of one or more additional series of the general obligation refunding bonds in an amount not to exceed $1.6 billion to allow the District to take advantage of lower interest rates, if and when such market conditions arise. Board of Education Report No. 66 – 09/10 Office of the Controller (Issuance of General Obligation Bonds Under Measure K, Measure R, and Measure Y (2009 Bonds)) Recommends approval of all necessary resolutions and documents for the issuance of up to $1.9 billion of general obligation bonds by competitive or negotiated sale, appointment of the financing team, and for staff to make budget adjustments to reflect the anticipated bond receipts. Board of Education Report No. 63 – 09/10 Business Services Division (Procurement Actions) Recommends approval of professional service agreements for evaluation of after school programs and instructional coaching support services, approval of purchasing agreements amendment for copiers, and approval of purchasing agreements for tire retreading and repair, athletic supplies and equipment, cafeteria point of sale equipment and chairs with protective glides. Board of Education Report No. 64 – 09/10 Student Health and Human Services (Student Expulsions) Recommends approval of the expulsion and appropriate placement of 9 students and the suspension of enforcement for 5 of the students.

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Board Members Resolutions 22 . Ms. Flores Aguilar, Dr. Vladovic, Ms. García - Public School Choice: A New Way at LAUSD (Notice July 1, 2009) No earlier than 2 p.m. Whereas, The Governing Board of the Los Angeles Unified School District is responsible for ensuring that the District provides all students a high quality education, which enables them to graduate college-prepared and career-ready; Whereas, The Board must do everything it can to enhance the educational opportunities provided to students attending District schools; Bd. of Ed. Regular Meeting -4Rev. Order of Business, 1 p.m., 8-25-09

Whereas, School transformation efforts are needed to address the longstanding opportunity gap in academic performance in schools across District; Whereas, Given the chronic academic underperformance of a majority of public schools in the District, parents and communities have expressed a strong interest in playing a more active role in ensuring that students have more choice and access to high quality instructional programs; Whereas, There has been a recent movement of parents and communities demanding better schools, with groups such as Alliance for a Better Community, Boyle Heights Learning Collaborative, East LA Education Collaborative, Inner City Struggle, The Parent Revolution, and the Southeast Cities Schools Coalition expressing a desire to play a more active role in shaping and expanding the educational options provided in their communities; Whereas, The District is committed to engaging parents and the community in the quest to create diverse options for high quality educational environments, with excellent teaching and learning, for students’ academic success; Whereas, The District has many outstanding schools that are setting a gold standard for excellence (traditional schools, pilot schools, iDesign schools, charter schools, small schools, magnet schools and others); schools whose high quality academic, collaborative, inclusive, and innovative practices should be replicated at other schools to improve educational outcomes and allow more students and families to benefit; Whereas, Developing an open process for school communities and internal and external stakeholders to submit plans to operate new schools, as well as a transparent and consistent process for selecting the plan that best meets the needs of students and families, supports the replication of successful schools and District transformation; Whereas, New schools provide a unique opportunity to establish a school’s culture and lay the groundwork for students’ academic success; Whereas, More than fifty new schools will open in the District in the next three years, with twenty scheduled to open in the 2010-11 school year; and Whereas, These new schools are intended to relieve overcrowding at existing schools, thereby enabling the existing schools to return to a traditional school year; now, therefore, be it Resolved, That through the Innovation and Charter Schools Division, the Los Angeles Unified School District will invite operational and instructional plans from internal and external stakeholders, such as school planning teams, local communities, pilot school operators, labor partners, charters, and others who are interested in collaborating with the District or operating the District’s new schools, in an effort to create more schools of choice and educational options for the District’s students and families; Resolved further, That any plan submitted must guarantee that the new school will enroll the requisite number of students from the impacted campuses that the new school is intended to relieve, and that students coming from the designated, overcrowded schools will be served first and foremost; Bd. of Ed. Regular Meeting -5Rev. Order of Business, 1 p.m., 8-25-09

Resolved further, That the student composition at each new school must be reflective of the student composition at the schools it is intended to relieve (in terms of demographics, including but not limited to race/ethnicity, gender, socio-economic status, English Learners, Special Education, foster care placement); Resolved further, That the Superintendent secure local foundation funding to hire a lead person to assist with the implementation of this effort, so that General Fund resources are not used; Resolved further, That the Board directs the leader of this effort to work collaboratively with appropriate stakeholder and community over the next 90 days to report back to the Superintendent with recommendations regarding the following: • • • Review and analyze research on new school instructional plans, and identify best practices Develop a template and process for submitting plans to operate new schools Develop criteria and metrics for evaluating the plans submitted, including feedback from the appropriate local jurisdiction; criteria should include metrics for educational vision and leadership, instruction and curriculum, staffing requirements, wrap-around services, community and parent engagement, prior experience and success, and others as appropriate Collect community feedback on the template, process, and evaluation criteria for the operational plans of new schools Develop a process for school communities and stakeholders to evaluate the plans submitted and provide a recommendation to the Board on their preferred partner in the operation of the school; such a process must be objective, transparent, fair, and ensure no conflicts of interest Develop a facility use agreement for selected school operators – if outside the District – similar to those used for Proposition 39 co-locations, including requirements for maintenance and operations, and common areas such as green space, libraries, playgrounds, cafeterias, etc.

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Resolved further, That if sufficient progress is not made in a timely manner, and/or if the work stalls due to an unwillingness of stakeholders to collaborate or move the work forward, the Superintendent be directed to independently continue this team effort to ensure the work is completed; Resolved further, That the Superintendent report to the Board by September 30, 2009, with a transparent process for plans to be submitted, reviewed, and evaluated by internal staff and external stakeholders;

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Resolved further, That every decision must be about what is best for children – not adults – and how to provide them with the education they need and the future they deserve; Resolved further, That by December 30, 2009, the Superintendent will submit to the Board internal staff and external stakeholder’s recommendations for plans that should be approved by the Board for each new school opening during the Fall of 2010; and be it finally Resolved, That the Superintendent report to the Board on a monthly basis to share progress made in accomplishing the specifics of this resolution. Proposed Amendments to Resolution to be brought forward by Mr. Zimmer and Ms. LaMotte. Seconded by Ms. Martinez Amendments to the preceding resolution are indicated by strikethroughs and underlines for additions. Whereas, The Governing Board of the Los Angeles Unified School District is responsible for ensuring that the District provides all students a high quality education, which enables them to graduate college-prepared and career-ready; Whereas, The Board must do everything it can to enhance the educational opportunities provided to students attending District schools; Whereas, School transformation efforts are needed to address the longstanding opportunity gap in academic performance in schools across District; Whereas, While there are indications of growth in LAUSD schools, given the chronic academic underperformance of a significant number majority of public schools in the District, parents and communities have expressed a strong interest in playing a more active role in ensuring that students have more choice and access to high quality instructional programs; Whereas, There has been a recent movement of parents and communities demanding better schools, with groups such as Alliance for a Better Community, Boyle Heights Learning Collaborative, East LA Education Collaborative, Inner City Struggle, The Parent Revolution, and the Southeast Cities Schools Coalition and expressing a desire to play a more active role in shaping and expanding the educational options provided in their communities; Whereas, The District is committed to engaging parents and the community in the quest to create diverse options for high quality educational environments, with excellent teaching and learning, for students’ academic success; Whereas, The District has many outstanding schools that are setting a gold standard for excellence (traditional schools, pilot schools, iDesign schools, charter schools, small schools, magnet schools and others); schools whose high quality academic, collaborative, inclusive, and innovative practices should be replicated at other schools to improve educational outcomes and allow more students and families to benefit; Bd. of Ed. Regular Meeting -7Rev. Order of Business, 1 p.m., 8-25-09

Whereas, Developing an open process for school communities and internal and external stakeholders to submit plans to operate new schools, as well as a transparent and consistent process for selecting the plan that best meets the needs of students and families, supports the replication of successful schools and District transformation; Whereas, Newly built and existing schools provide a unique opportunity to establish a school’s culture and lay the groundwork for students’ academic success; Whereas, More than fifty new schools will open in the District in the next three years, with twenty scheduled to open in the 2010-11 school year; now, and Whereas, These new schools are intended to relieve overcrowding at existing schools, thereby enabling the existing schools to return to a traditional school year; now, therefore, be it 1. Resolved, That through the Superintendent Innovation and Charter Schools Division, the Los Angeles Unified School District will invite operational and instructional plans from internal and external stakeholders, such as school planning teams, local communities, pilot school operators, labor partners, charters, and others who are interested in collaborating within the District to operate or operating the District’s new schools the District’s PI 5+ schools and the newly built schools intended to relieve overcrowding at those schools, in an effort to create more schools of choice and educational options for the District’s students and families. The Superintendent shall develop a plan to ensure existing internal teams are positioned and supported to develop and put forth viable designs for new and existing schools identified. These plans should address how LAUSD and its partners shall offer internal teams planning time and professional development to provide robust support. 2. Resolved further, That any plan submitted must guarantee that the identified newly built school will enroll the requisite number of students from the impacted campuses that the new school is intended to relieve, and that students coming from the designated, overcrowded schools will be served first and foremost; 3. Resolved further, That the student composition at each identified newly built school must be reflective of the student composition at the schools it is intended to relieve (in terms of demographics, including but not limited to race/ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic status, English Language Learners, Standard English Learners, Special Education, foster care placement) and that there are mechanisms in place to review enrollment of those students at yearly intervals to ensure their retention and that the overall composition at the schools continues to reflect the overall school community.

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4. Resolved further, That any plan submitted must address how the identified newly built or existing school will improve student retention, graduation, and college-going rates among the student composition described above, by articulating evidencebased strategies for student retention and dropout prevention (including but not limited to early and comprehensive identification of student needs; academic intervention for struggling, English Language Learner, Standard English Learner and Special Education students; a personalized learning environment; positive behavior support and other student-centered school discipline frameworks; shared decision-making and inclusive governance; college and career preparation and entry); and parent and community engagement and participation- including proposals to coordinate with existing local parent and community organizations. 5. Resolved further, That all plans must include attention to existing District collective bargaining agreements, and openness to collaborate with existing bargaining units. 6. Resolved further, That the Superintendent secure the local foundation funding to hire a lead person to assist with the implementation of this effort, so that General Fund resources are not used; 7. Resolved further, That the Superintendent convene a team of appropriate District staff (such as Instructional Services, Local Districts, iDesign, Charter Office, General Counsel, etc.), collective bargaining partners, and community and parent/family members representatives to work collaboratively over the next 90 days to: a. Identify the current obligations of the District under collective bargaining agreements, consent decrees, state laws (including the EERA and the Charters Schools Act), federal law (including the corrective action and restructuring provisions of the NCLB) and local bond measures, as well as the appropriate role of the LAUSD Bond Oversight Committee. b. Develop an agreed upon schedule for consultation and/or negotiation with exclusive bargaining representatives of LAUSD employees to consider the expansion of current reform efforts and development of new inDistrict school performance initiatives. c. Review and analyze research on new school instructional plans, and identify Best Practice. d. Develop a template and process for submitting plans to operate identified newly built and existing schools. e. Develop criteria and metrics for evaluating the plans submitted, including feedback from the appropriate local jurisdiction; criteria to include Resolved 4 and 5 above as well as staffing requirements, wrap-around services, prior experience and success and others as appropriate. Bd. of Ed. Regular Meeting -9Rev. Order of Business, 1 p.m., 8-25-09

f. Collect community feedback on the template, process, and evaluation criteria for the operational plans of identified newly built and existing schools. g. Develop a process, including, for each local district, committees composed of representatives of local parents, teachers, students, staff, administrators and community members, for school communities and stakeholders to evaluate the plans submitted and provide a recommendation to the Board on their preferred partner in the operation of the school; such a process must be objective transparent, fair, and ensure no conflicts of interest. This recommendation must be ratified by a majority of the parents/family members, bargaining units and students (at high schools). h. Develop a facility use agreement for selected school operators – if outside the District – similar to those used for Proposition 39 co-locations, including requirements for maintenance and operations, and common areas such as green space, libraries, playgrounds, cafeterias, etc. i. Develop a reauthorization process for operators of newly built and existing schools that is based on regular performance evaluations that include, but are not necessarily limited to, the criteria and metrics listed above. 8. Resolved further, That if sufficient progress is not made in a timely manner, and/or if the team’s work stalls due to an unwillingness of stakeholders to collaborate or move the work forward, the Superintendent be directed to independently continue assume the responsibilities of the this team effort to ensure the work is completed; 9. Resolved further, That the Superintendent report to the Board by September 30, 2009, with a transparent process for plans to be submitted, reviewed, and evaluated by internal staff and external stakeholders; 10. Resolved further, That every decision must be about what is best for children – not adults – and how to provide them with the education they need and the future they deserve; 11. Resolved further, That by December 30, 2009, the Superintendent will submit to the Board internal staff and external stakeholders recommendations for plans that should be approved by the Board for each new school opening during the Fall of 2010; and be it finally 12. Resolved, That the Superintendent report to the Board on a monthly basis to share progress made in accomplishing the specifics of this resolution. 23 . Ms. LaMotte – Access and Equity for All Students in the Los Angeles Unified School District (Waiver of Board Rule 72) ) No earlier than 1:30 p.m. Whereas, The alleged incident at a Los Angeles Unified School District iDesign Partnership school in Watts and other incidents have brought to light the disturbing reality that racism and social injustice continue to exist in the educational community, as well as, in the community at large; Bd. of Ed. Regular Meeting - 10 Rev. Order of Business, 1 p.m., 8-25-09

Whereas, The Equal Protection Clause of the United States Constitution, the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and State doctrines such as the California Constitution demand and guarantee equality of treatment, social justice, protection of civil right and freedom from racial discrimination; Whereas, The District is involved in a process to transform schools to improve student academic achievement and social behavior by having all students college prepared, career ready, and performing at proficiency and advanced levels; now, therefore, be it Resolved, That the Governing Board of the Los Angeles Unified School District publicly recognizes its responsibility as the governing board of one of this nation’s leading educational institutions to serve as committed advocates for equality of every student, to be champions of social justice and civil rights, and to hold accountable all parties involved in iDesign and the transformation process to adhere to these same access and non-discriminatory standards; and Resolved further, That the statement of agreement with the District’s position on access and equity will be specifically incorporated in all Memorandum of Understandings and signed by all parties prior to the approval/acceptance of any District partnership or joint venture involving students. Board Member Resolution (Initial Announcement) 24. Ms. Galatzan - Support For Iranian Dissidents Whereas, The City of Los Angeles contains one of the largest Persian populations outside of Iran; Whereas, A significant number of Persian students attend Los Angeles Unified School District schools; Whereas, The District embraces and promotes the values of freedom speech and freedom of expression; Whereas, These values should be an essential component of governments here and abroad; Whereas, In recent months, the world has witnessed the people of Iran protesting their country's sham elections, which were conducted in blatant disregard of the democratic process; Whereas, Some of these brave protestors have been wounded or killed by agents of the Iranian regime; Whereas, The Iranian regime is a known supporter of terrorism, as well as engaged in an onging effort to develop nuclear weapons; Whereas, The regime uses sophisticated technology to monitor the communications and activities of the Iranian people; Bd. of Ed. Regular Meeting - 11 Rev. Order of Business, 1 p.m., 8-25-09

Whereas, This practice has caused a further deterioration of freedom of speech within Iran; Whereas, Much of the technology used for this purpose was sold to the Iranian government by European firms; Whereas, Finding legal means to prevent such sales is a moral imperative; and Whereas, Congress Members Brad Sherman, Ed Royce, and Ron Klein and Senators Charles Schumer and Lindsey Graham have introduced legislation known as the "Reduce Iranian CyberSuppression Act" that would prohibit the Federal Government from entering into or renewing contracts with "persons that export certain computer or telecommunications technologies to Iran"; now, therefore, be it Resolved, That the Los Angeles Unified School District supports the "Reduce Iranian CyberSuppression Act;” and Resolved further, That the Governing Board of the Los Angeles Unified School District instructs the Superintendent, upon the “Reduce Iranian Cyber-Suppression Act” becoming effective, to develop a procedure consistent with such Act which shall be in effect so long as such Act remains effective, under which the Los Angeles Unified School District may refrain from entering into or renewing contracts with persons which the Federal Government has determined not to contract with under such Act. Motion Requested by Superintendent 25. Resolved, That Board of Education of the City of Los Angeles ratifies the reappointment of David Crippens, representing the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce, as a Member of the School Construction Bond Oversight Committee commencing September 10, 2009.

Miscellaneous Business Correspondence and Petitions 26. PUBLIC HEARING

Report of Correspondence including Williams/Valenzuela Settlement Uniform Complaint – Quarterly Report Summary

Public Hearings 27 . Resolutions of intention to dedicate easements, without consideration, to the Department of Water and Power portions of the Maxine Waters Employment Preparation Center and South Region Elementary School No. 6 to construct and maintain overhead electric lines.

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Approval of Minutes 28. 1:00 p.m., Regular Meeting, April 28, 2009 1:00 p.m., Regular Meeting, May 26, 2009 1:00 p.m., Regular Meeting, June 9, 2009 10:00 a.m., Special Closed Session Meeting, June 16, 2009 10:00 a.m., Special Meeting, June 18, 2009 11:00 a.m., Special Closed Session Meeting, June 23, 2009 1:00 p.m., Regular Meeting, June 23, 2009 2:00 p.m., Annual Meeting, July 1, 2009 4:30 p.m., Special Meeting, July 1, 2009 10:00 a.m., Special Closed Session Meeting, July 7, 2009 11:00 a.m., Special Closed Session Meeting, July 14, 2009

Announcements Appointment of Board Representative to the Council of Great City Schools Appointment of Board Representative to the National School Boards Association Election of Board Member Representative to Vote in Electing Members to the County Committee on School District Organization (Education Code 35023) Election of Board Member Representative to the Los Angeles County School Trustees Association Public Comment Adjournment
Please note that the Board of Education may consider at this meeting any item referred from a Board Meeting five calendar days prior to this meeting (Education Code 54954.2(b)(3)) The Board of Education may also refer any item on this Order of Business for the consideration of a Standing Committee of the Board of Education, which meets on the Thursday immediately after this meeting. Members of the public who wish to address the Board regarding items on this agenda should contact the Board Secretariat in person or by calling (213) 241-7002 up to one hour prior to the scheduled start time of the meeting to determine if they may be added to the speakers’ list. Requests for disability related modifications or accommodations shall be made 24 hours prior to the meeting to the Board Secretariat. ---If you or your organization is seeking to influence a purchasing, policy, site selection or any other LAUSD decision, registration may be required under the District's Lobbying Disclosure Code. Please visit www.lausd.net/ethics to determine if you need to register or call Materials related to an item on this Order of Business submitted to the Board of Education, including those submitted after the initial distribution of materials, are available for public inspection at the Security Desk on the first floor of the Administrative Headquarters. ---In the event an emergency is created at a meeting by the willful interruption of the meeting by a group or groups of persons so as to render the orderly conduct of such meeting unfeasible and order cannot be restored by the removal of individuals who are willfully interrupting the meeting, the members of the Board of Education will move to Room 1-136 of the boardroom complex in lieu of clearing the main boardroom, and continue in session. Only matters appearing on the agenda will be considered in such a session. Representatives of the press or other news media, except those participating in the disturbance, shall be allowed to attend such a session. Alternatively, the Board of Education may adjourn the meeting.

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Description: REVISED TO UPDATE PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO TAB 22 – PUBLIC SCHOOL CHOICE RESOLUTION Board of Education Report No. 54 – 09/10 Facilities Services Division (Renewal of the Lease for Title I, Part A, Private Schools Program at 45 Locations) Recommends renewal of one year land lease agreement with Archdiocese of Los Angeles for 45 locations throughout the District to provide space for services to Title I students attending private schools at a cost of $23,100. http://laschoolboard.org/files/8-25-09RevOrder%20of%20Business.pdf