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STATE OF HAWAII
BOARD OF EDUCATION
GENERAL BUSINESS MEETING
Patricia Bergin Margaret Cox Nolan Kawano
Kili Namauʻu Dwight Takeno Kenneth Uemura Bruce Voss
David Texeira (student representative) Captain Lyn Hammer (military representative)
Catherine Payne, Chairperson
Brian De Lima, Vice Chairperson
NOTICE OF MEETING
Thursday, April 18, 2019
Queen Liliuokalani Building
1390 Miller Street, Room 404
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
I. Call to Order
II. *Public Testimony on Board of Education ("Board") Agenda Items
III. Approval of Meeting Minutes of April 4, 2019
IV. Reports of Board Committees, Board Members, and Superintendent
A. Human Resource Committee Report on: (1) Presentation on Workers' Compensation Program
B. Finance and Infrastructure Committee Report on: (1) Update on the Department of Education's biennium budget request for Fiscal Years 2019-2021: current status of budget bills in the legislature; (2) Update on Status of Implementation of Act 155 (Hawaii Revised Statutes Section 302A-1151.1, Pilot Program for Lease of Public School Land): February 21, 2019 to April 5, 2019; (3) Update on overview of Department of Education's ("Department") Office of Information Technology Services and Department's five-year technology plan
C. Superintendent's Report: (1) update on school visits; (2) update on the development of a 10-year Board and Department Strategic Plan, The Power and Promise of Public Education: Focus on five promise themes; (3) update on 2019 Legislative Session; (4) update on Future Schools Now, the initiative to redesign Department facilities management
V. Discussion Items
A. Presentation on Power and Promise of Public Education Strategic Plan: draft promise statements, initiation of public feedback, and vision and purpose of partnership alignment development
B. Presentation on College and Career Readiness Indicators for the Class of 2018
VI. Executive Session
This portion of the meeting is a closed meeting under Section 92‑4 and Section 92‑5(a)(4), Hawaii Revised Statutes.
A. Briefing on proposed legislation with possible legal implications
Written testimony may be submitted on any agenda item. Oral testimony will be accepted at the meeting. Each individual is allotted four (4) minutes, or an amount of time otherwise designated by the Chairperson, to provide oral testimony to the Board. In accordance with Hawaii's Sunshine Law (Hawaii Revised Statutes, Chapter 92), testimony should be related to an item that is on the agenda.
Meeting material is available online at boe.hawaii.gov and can also be viewed in the Board Office.
Audio of this meeting and the presentation screen used in the meeting will be broadcast live. Contact the Board Office for information on how to access this broadcast.
Persons requiring special assistance or services, such as a sign language interpreter, should contact the Board Office at least three (3) business days before the meeting.
Chairperson Office Hour: The Board Chairperson is available to meet with members of the public on matters related to public education on the day of the meeting noted above from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. at the Board Office, by appointment. Contact the Board Office, no later than the day prior to the meeting date, for an appointment.
Catherine Payne, Board Chairperson