University Laboratory School, a Hawaiʻi Public Charter School
Hakipuʻu Learning Center
Hawaii Technology Academy
Board Action on the School Community Council (“SCC”) request for exceptions to collective bargaining agreements, statutory waivers, and waivers of Board policy for School Year 2022-2023 for:
A. Presentation on College and Career Readiness Indicators for the Class of 2021
B. Update on Department of Education’s supplemental budget for Fiscal Year 2022-2023, including status on budget priorities and additional allocations resulting from Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (“ESSER”) Maintenance of Effort (“MOE”) requirements
Late Public Testimony on Board Agenda Items
NOTE: Anyone who missed the opportunity to testify before the relevant agenda item will be allowed to testify at the end of the meeting.
Meeting material is available online at boe.hawaii.gov.
The Board accepts written testimony on any agenda item and strongly encourages it as the primary means of submitting testimony. Written testimony received 24 hours before the meeting will be posted publicly and distributed to Board members before the meeting. Further instructions on submitting written testimony is available here: https://boe.hawaii.gov/Pages/Submit-testimony.aspx.
The Board accepts oral testimony in-person and virtually. To sign up to testify either in-person or virtually, use the form posted here: http://boe.hawaii.gov/Pages/Submit-testimony.aspx. If you are testifying virtually, you must register and log in to WebEx using the same name you used to sign up to testify. Each individual is allotted four (4) minutes, but the Chairperson can reduce the amount of time allowed.
In accordance with Hawaii’s Sunshine Law (Hawaii Revised Statutes, Chapter 92), all testimony, whether written or oral, should be related to an item that is on the agenda.
The Board provides a live broadcast of its meetings. Information on accessing this live broadcast is available here: https://boe.hawaii.gov/Pages/ListenLivetoBoardMeetings.aspx.
If you need an auxiliary aid, service, or other accommodation due to a disability, please contact the Board Office at BOE.Hawaii@boe.hawaii.gov or at (808) 586-3334 as soon as possible. Requests made as early as possible will give staff additional time to try to fulfill your request. Staff will try to fulfill all requests, but cannot guarantee fulfillment.
Catherine Payne, Board Chairperson