STATE OF HAWAII
BOARD OF EDUCATION
STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT COMMITTEE

MINUTES

Queen Liliuokalani Building
1390 Miller Street, Room 404
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
Tuesday, November 3, 2015

PRESENT:
Patricia Halagao, Chairperson
Jim Williams, Vice Chairperson
Amy Asselbaye
Margaret Cox
Grant Chun, Esq.
Don Horner
Brennan Lee
Brian De Lima, ex-officio

EXCUSED:
Hubert Minn

ALSO PRESENT:
Stephen Schatz, Deputy Superintendent
Tammi Chun, Assistant Superintendent, Strategy, Innovation, and Performance
Alison Kunishige, Executive Director
Regina Pascua
Summer Jenkins

I. Call to Order II. Public Testimony on Board of Education (“Board”) Agenda Items
III. Approval of Minutes IV. Discussion Items
V. Recommendation for Action
Policy
Policy Title
Action
102.1Effective Schools ReportingRecommend that the Board adopt Board Policy 102.1, Effective Schools Reporting with the revisions developed by the Board’s Permitted Interaction Group and the Department, as described in the submittal dated November 3, 2015 (Williams/Horner). The motion carried unanimously with all members present voting aye.
102.2K-12 LiteracyRecommend that the Board adopt Board Policy 102.2, K-12 Literacy with the revisions developed by the Board’s Permitted Interaction Group and the Department, as described in the submittal dated November 3, 2015 (Williams/Horner). The motion carried unanimously with all members present voting aye.
102.5*Comprehensive Assessment and Accountability SystemRecommend that the Board adopt Board Policy 102.5, Comprehensive Assessment and Accountability System with the revisions developed by the Board’s Permitted Interaction Group and the Department, as described in the submittal dated November 3, 2015 (Williams/Horner). The motion carried unanimously with all members present voting aye.
102.6Public Access to Assessment DataRecommend that the Board adopt Board Policy 102.6 Public Access to Assessment Data with the revisions developed by the Board’s Permitted Interaction Group and the Department, as described in the submittal dated November 3, 2015 (Williams/Horner). The motion carried unanimously with all members present voting aye.
103.6*School Food ServicesRecommend that the Board adopt Board Policy 103.6 School Food Services with the revisions developed by the Board’s Permitted Interaction Group and the Department, as described in the submittal dated November 3, 2015 with the following additional revision: change “nutritious, locally produced” to “locally grown food” (Williams/Horner). The motion carried unanimously with all members present voting aye.
105.1Academic ProgramRecommend that the Board adopt Board Policy 105.1, Academic Program with the revisions developed by the Board’s Permitted Interaction Group and the Department, as described in the submittal dated November 3, 2015 (Williams/Horner). The motion carried unanimously with all members present voting aye.
105.3*CurriculumRecommend that the Board adopt Board Policy 105.3, Curriculum with the revisions developed by the Board’s Permitted Interaction Group and the Department, as described in the submittal dated November 3, 2015 with the following revisions: delete “material that” in the last bullet point and add “all schools shall offer curricula that,” make the last bullet point a separate paragraph, and add the rationale from Board Policy 104.2 as a second sentence to rationale (Williams/Horner). The motion carried unanimously with all members present voting aye.
500.18Summer SchoolRecommend that the Board adopt Board Policy 500.18, Summer School with the revisions developed by the Board’s Permitted Interaction Group and the Department, as described in the submittal dated November 3, 2015 (Williams/Horner). The motion carried unanimously with all members present voting aye.
500.20*School Community Council Waivers and School Council ExceptionsRecommend that the Board adopt Board Policy 500.20, School Community Council Waivers and School Council Exceptions with the revisions developed by the Board’s Permitted Interaction Group and the Department, as described in the submittal dated November 3, 2015 (Williams/Cox). The motion carried unanimously with all members present voting aye.

VI. Adjournment