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Board Meeting Reports
for September 26, 2006
Agenda | Summaries  | Actions | Minutes Adobe PDF
5.b  Resolution in the Matter of the Recognition of October 2006 as Disability Awareness Month.
5.c  Resolution in the Matter of the Recognition of October 4, 2006, as National Walk to School Day.
5.d  Resolution in the Matter of Recognition of the 43rd Annual Cabrillo Festival, September 29-October 1, 2006
7.b.1  2006 Standardized Testing and Reporting (STAR) Program Results, California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE) Results, Accountability Progress Report (APR), and Title I Program Improvement (PI) Update
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7.d.1 
2006-07 Consolidated Application Part I For Funding Categorical Aid Programs
8.b.8  Proposal to name Kearny High Educational Complex Football Field:
“BIRT SLATER FIELD”

Background information:

A request has been received from the Kearny High School Alumni Association regarding the naming of the Kearny High Educational Complex football field. The alumni association, with the support of the school and community, is recommending that the field be named the Birt Slater Field. Mr. Slater taught and coached at Kearny High School for more than 20 years. During the 60’s and 70’s, he consistently produced championship teams and won 3 CIF championships. He is being honored not only for his coaching abilities, but because of his impact on those students who studied under him in Social Science classes. Former students refer to Mr. Slater, now in his eighties, as the “cornerstone” in their development as men and women today. One quote states: “His classroom success can only be paralleled by his sports successes.”
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8.c.12  2007-08 School Year Calendar and Associated Single-Track Year-Round Schedule

Each year, the District Calendar Committee meets to develop school year calendars for succeeding school years. The exhibit included here is the recommendation for school year 2007-08 only. This committee will be reconvened during the 2006-07 school year to consider schedules for 2008-09
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8.c.18  Resolution in the Matter of Workers Compensation Coverage for Volunteers.
8.d.19  On September 27, 2005, the Board of Education approved an application for K–3 class size reduction using funding under the K–3 Class Size Reduction Program. This is a re-application for FY 2006–2007.

The K–3 Class Size Reduction Program allocates funds to school districts for participating schools to reduce class size in K–3 classrooms. All of the participating classes in each participating school can have on the average no more than 20 students per certificated teacher. Special education students enrolled in special day classes are excluded from enrollment counts. Teachers providing direct instruction in reduced-size classes must participate in staff development including methods of providing individualized instruction, effective teaching in smaller classes, identifying and responding to pupil needs, and building on individual strengths of pupils. Allocation of funding to each district is based on $1,024 per student enrolled in a reduced-size class. San Diego Unified School District participated in the K–3 Class Size Reduction Program in 2006-2007 and proposes to apply for funding to continue to implement class size reduction in 1,920 district K–3 classes. This will affect a total of 38,357 K–3 students in the district. The funding for this project will be provided by the California Department of Education School Facilities Planning Division for a total award of $39,277,568.
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