State Board of Education - 2014 Handouts


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December 18, 2014

3. BOARD – ADMINISTRATIVE
(Action) (a) Discussion and possible action on minutes of the November 19, 2014 State Board of Education regular meeting | minutes (pdf)

4. STATE SUPERINTENDENT
(c) Recognition of Desa Dawson, Director of World Language Education, as the 2014 State Supervisor of the Year (SSOY) by the National Council of State Supervisors for Languages (NCSSFL) | memo (pdf)

6. CONSENT DOCKET (Action)
Discussion and possible action on the following deregulation applications, statutory waivers, and exemptions for the 2014-2015 school year and other requests:

(a) Abbreviated School Day – 70 O.S. § 1210.567 and OAC 210:35-29-2 | memo (pdf)
Caney Valley Public Schools, Washington County
Henryetta Public Schools, Okmulgee County

(b) Allow Two School Days in a 24-Hour Period – 70 O. S. § 1-111 | memo (pdf)
Mangum Public Schools, Greer County

(c) Library Media Services – OAC 210:35-5-71 | memo (pdf)
Owasso Public Schools, Tulsa County

(d) Planning Period – OAC 210:35-7-41 and OAC 210-35-9-41 | memo (pdf)
Stillwater Public Schools, Payne County

(e) General Fund for Capital Expenditures – 70 O.S. § 1-117 and OAC 210:25-5-4 | memo (pdf)
Cordell Public Schools, Washita County

(f) Request approval for Corn Bible Academy, an Association of Christian School International (ACSI) accredited private school, to participate in the Lindsey Nicole Henry Scholarships for Students with Disabilities program - 70 O.S. 13-101.2 | memo (pdf)

(g) Request approval on exceptions to State Board of Education teacher certification regulations to permit issuance of emergency (provisional) certificates – 70 O. S. § 6-187 | memo (pdf)

7. FINANCIAL SERVICES
(Action) (a) Discussion and possible action of on the Proposed Qualified Zone Academy Bond Allocations – OAC 210:40-83-3 | memo (pdf)

8. ACADEMIC AFFAIRS

(d) Presentation and discussion on the Oklahoma Advisory Council on Indian Education Annual Report | memo (pdf)

(e) Presentation and discussion on the Think Through Math program results for the first semester of the 2014-2015 school year | memo (pdf)

(Action) (f) Discussion and possible action on the approval of a charter school sponsorship contract between the Office of Juvenile Affairs and the State Board of Education - 70 O.S. § 3-132 | memo (pdf)

(Action) (g) Discussion and possible action concerning districts that have not completed the Teacher and Leader Effectiveness (TLE) Other Academic Measure (OAM) Report, including possible withholding of State Aid payments – 70 O.S. § 6-101.10 | memo (pdf)

(Action) (h) Discussion and possible action on the recommendation to the Oklahoma Department of Central Services to award a testing contract for End-of-Instruction Assessments – 70 O.S. § 1210.523 and § 1210.508; 74 O.S. § 85.5 | memo (pdf)

(Action) (i) Discussion and possible action on the recommendation to the Oklahoma Department of Central Services to award a testing contract for Science and Social Studies Assessments in grades 5 and 8 and Geography Assessment in grade 7 – 70 O.S. § 1210.523 and § 1210.508; 74 O.S. § 85.5 | memo (pdf)

9. LEGAL SERVICES
(Action) (a) Discussion and possible action on proposed administrative rules pursuant to Administrative Procedures Act, 75 O.S. 250, et. Seq. | rules website

(Action) (b) Discussion and possible action on revocation of teaching certification and certificate number of Pamela Reeder – OAC 210:1-5-6, OAC 210:20-9-98, and 70 O.S. § 3-104 | memo (pdf)

(Action) (c) Discussion and possible action on revocation of teaching certification and certificate number of Jared Feroli – OAC 210:1-5-6, OAC 210:20-9-98, and 70 O.S. § 3-104 | memo (pdf)

 

November 19, 2014

 3. BOARD – ADMINISTRATIVE    

(Action) (a) Discussion and possible action on minutes of the October 23, 2014 State Board of Education regular meeting | minutes (pdf)

4.  STATE SUPERINTENDENT

(b) Recognition of Kathy Hunt, Edmond Doyle Elementary School Principal, as the winner of the Terrel H. Bell Award for Outstanding School Leadership | memo (pdf)

 6. Discussion and possible action on the following deregulation applications, statutory waivers, and exemptions for the 2014-2015 school year and other requests:

(a) Abbreviated School Day – 70 O.S. § 1210.567 and OAC 210:35-29-2 | memo (pdf)
  Boone Apache Public Schools, Caddo County
  Catoosa Public Schools, Rogers County
  Kellyville Public Schools, Creek County
  Luther Public Schools, Oklahoma County
  Midwest City Del City Public Schools, Oklahoma County
  Okemah Public Schools, Okfuskee County
  Olive Public Schools, Creek County
  Prague Public Schools, Lincoln County
  Skiatook Public Schools, Tulsa County
  Sperry Public Schools, Tulsa County
  Stuart Public Schools, Hughes County
  Watts Public Schools, Adair County
  Wilson Public Schools, Carter County

(b) Adjunct Teachers – 70 O.S. § 6-122.3 | memo (pdf)
  Mill Creek Public Schools, Johnston County
  Olive Public Schools, Creek County
  Stigler Public Schools, Haskell County

(c) Allow Two School Days in a 24-Hour Period – 70 O. S. § 1-111 | memo (pdf)
  Eufaula Public Schools, McIntosh County
  Forest Grove Public Schools, McCurtain County
  Wanette Public Schools, Pottawatomie County

(d) Cooperative Agreements for Alternative Education Programs – 70 O. S. § 1210.568 | memo (pdf)
  Grant-Goodland Public Schools, Choctaw County

(e) Length of School Day - 70 O. S. § 1-109 | memo (pdf)
  Lane Public Schools, Atoka County
  Piedmont Public School, Canadian County

(f) Library Media Services – OAC 210:35-5-71 and OAC 210:35-9-71 | memo (pdf)
Agra Public Schools, Lincoln County
Asher Public Schools, Pottawatomie County
Belfonte Public Schools, Sequoyah County
Billings Public Schools, Noble County
Carney Public Schools, Lincoln County
Cleveland Public Schools, Pawnee County
Earlsboro Public Schools, Pottawatomie County
Grandfield Public Schools Tillman County
Guymon Public Schools, Texas County
Gypsy Public Schools, Creek County
Mason Public Schools, Okfuskee County
Millwood Public Schools, Oklahoma County
Pryor Public Schools, Mayes County
Tannehill Public Schools, Pittsburg County
Wilson Public Schools, Carter County

(g) Library Media Specialist – 70 O.S. § 3-126 | memo (pdf)
Oklahoma City Public Schools, Oklahoma County

(h) Planning Period – OAC 210:35-7-41 and OAC 210-35-9-41 | memo (pdf)
Alex Public Schools, Grady County
Cave Springs Public Schools, Adair County
Crooked Oak Public Schools, Oklahoma County
Glenpool Public Schools, Tulsa County
  Middle and High School
Morrison Public Schools, Noble County
Ponca City Public Schools, Kay County

(j) Request approval on exceptions to State Board of Education teacher certification regulations to permit issuance of emergency (provisional) certificates – 70 O. S. § 6-187 | exceptions (pdf)
 

7. ACADEMIC AFFAIRS

(Action) (b) Discussion and possible action on the proposed System Changing Oklahoma Reading Expectations (SCORE) Grant recipients - 70 O.S. § 3-120;70 O.S. § 3-104; 70 O.S. § 1210.508A, et seq. | memo (pdf) | rubric | applicants | awardees

(Action) (c) Discussion and possible action on the Office of Juvenile Affairs’ application seeking sponsorship of a charter school by the State Board of Education - 70 O.S. § 3-132  

(Action) (e) Discussion and possible action concerning districts that have not completed the Teacher and Leader Effectiveness (TLE) Other Academic Measure (OAM) Report, including possible withholding of State Aid payments – 70 O.S. § 6-101.10 | memo (pdf) | list (pdf)

8. SPECIAL EDUCATION

(a) Report on the Oklahoma Parents as Teachers (OPAT) Annual Program Evaluation | memo (pdf) | references (pdf) | report

9. LEGAL SERVICES

(Action) (a) Discussion and possible action on the adoption of an emergency rule relating to emergency exemptions from assessments required by the Oklahoma School Testing Program – 70 O.S. § 1210.508-2 | rule

10. CONSENT DOCKET – ACE APPEALS (Action)

(a) Recommendation:
Denial based upon lack of verified evidence meeting the criteria for granting an exception to ACE graduation requirements - 70 O.S. § 1210.523
Haileyville 14-004 | memo
 

 

 

October 23, 2014

3. (Action)     
(a) Discussion and possible action on minutes of the September 25, 2014 State Board of Education regular meeting | draft minutes (pdf)

6.  CONSENT DOCKET (Action)     

Discussion and possible action on the following deregulation applications, statutory waivers, and exemptions for the 2014-2015 school year and other requests:

(a) Abbreviated School Day – 70 O.S. § 1210.567 and OAC 210:35-29-2 | memo (pdf)
  Boone Apache Public Schools, Caddo County
  Catoosa Public Schools, Rogers County
  Kellyville Public Schools, Creek County
  Luther Public Schools, Oklahoma County
  Midwest City Del City Public Schools, Oklahoma County
  Okemah Public Schools, Okfuskee County
  Prague Public Schools, Lincoln County
  Ringling Public Schools, Jefferson County
  Skiatook Public Schools, Tulsa County
  Sperry Public Schools, Tulsa County
  Watts Public Schools, Adair County
  Western Heights Public Schools, Oklahoma County

(b) Adjunct Teachers – 70 O.S. § 6-122.3 | memo (pdf)
  Roff Public Schools, Pontotoc County
  Vanoss Public Schools, Pontotoc County

(c) Allow Two School Days in a 24-Hour Period – 70 O. S. § 1-111 | memo (pdf)
  Amber-Pocasset Public Schools, Grady County
  Dibble Public Schools, McClain County
  Greenville Public Schools, Love County
  Lookeba-Sickles Public Schools, Caddo County
  Mannsville Public Schools, Johnston County
  Soper Public Schools, Choctaw County
  Vanoss Public Schools, Pontotoc County
  Whitesboro Public Schools, LeFlore County

(d) Cooperative Agreements for Alternative Education Programs – 70 O. S. § 1210.568 | memo (pdf)
  Dewar Public Schools, Okmulgee County
  Felt Public Schools, Cimarron County
  Hollis Public Schools, Harmon County
  Jennings Public Schools, Pawnee County
  Merritt Public Schools, Beckham County
  Okay Public Schools, Wagoner County
  Rattan Public Schools, Pushmataha County
  Tonkawa Public Schools, Kay County

(e) Length of School Day - 70 O. S. § 1-109 | memo (pdf)
  Checotah Public Schools, McIntosh County
  Cottonwood Public Schools, Coal County
  Fort Gibson Public Schools, Muskogee County
  Newcastle Public Schools, McClain County
  Pryor Public Schools, Mayes County

(f) Library Media Services – OAC 210:35-5-71 and OAC 210:35-9-71 | memo (pdf)
Ardmore Public Schools, Carter County
Chandler Public Schools, Lincoln County
Chelsea Public Schools, Rogers County
Coyle Public Schools, Logan County
Duke Public Schools, Jackson County
Grandview Public Schools, Stephens County
Greasy Public Schools, Adair County
Greenville Public Schools, Love County
Heavener Public Schools, LeFlore County
Lookeba-Sickles Public Schools, Caddo County
Marble City Public Schools, Sequoyah County
Okemah Public Schools, Okfuskee County
Owasso Public Schools, Tulsa County
Ryal Public Schools, McIntosh County
Union Public Schools, Tulsa County
White Rock Public Schools, Lincoln County

(g) Library Media Specialist – 70 O.S. § 3-126 | memo (pdf)
Cherokee Public Schools, Alfalfa County
Deer Creek Public Schools, Oklahoma County
Enid Public Schools, Garfield County
Holdenville Public Schools, Hughes County
Laverne Public Schools, Harper County
Midway Public Schools, McIntosh County
Oologah Talala Public Schools, Rogers County
Tulsa Public Schools, Tulsa County
Watts Public Schools, Adair County

(h) Planning Period – OAC 210:35-7-41 and OAC 210-35-9-41 | memo (pdf)
Ardmore Public Schools, Carter County
  Middle Schools
Ardmore Public Schools, Carter County
Broken Bow Public Schools, McCurtain County
Brushy Public Schools, Sequoyah County
Checotah Public Schools, McIntosh County
Cleveland Public Schools, Pawnee County
  High School
Cleveland Public Schools, Pawnee County
  Junior High
Eagletown Public Schools, McCurtain County
Miami Public Schools, Ottawa County
Midwest City Del City Public Schools, Oklahoma County
  Midwest City High School, Del City High School, and Mid-Del Tech Center
Ninnekah Public Schools, Grady County
  Junior High
Ninnekah Public Schools, Grady County
  High School
Oologah Talala Public Schools, Rogers County
Sperry Public Schools, Tulsa County
Vanoss Public Schools, Pontotoc County
Walters Public Schools, Cotton County

(i) Request approval on exceptions to State Board of Education teacher certification regulations to permit issuance of emergency (provisional) certificates – 70 O. S. § 6-187 | memo (pdf)

6.  TEACHER CERTIFICATION

(Action) (a) Discussion and possible action on backdating expired teaching certificates – OAC 210: 20-9-95 and 70 O.S. § 3-104 | memo (pdf)

7. FINANCIAL SERVICES

(Action) (a) Discussion and possible action on the FY16 State Department of Education legislative budget request 70 O.S. § 3-104 memo | (pdf) memo (xcl) | comparison minimum salary schedule

8. ACADEMIC AFFAIRS

(Action) (a) Discussion and possible action concerning districts that have not completed the Teacher and Leader Effectiveness (TLE) Qualitative Report, including possible withholding of State Aid payments – 70 O.S. § 6-101.10 | memo (pdf) | list (pdf)

10. LEGAL SERVICES

(Action)  (a)  Discussion and possible action on the emergency revocation of OAC 210: 20-9-95, relating to the effective dates of teaching certificates and licenses – 75 O.S.  § 253 and 70 O.S. § 3-104 | memo (pdf) | rule (pdf)

(Action)  (c)  Discussion and possible action on revocation of school bus drivers certificate and certificate number of Scott Keith Jepson – 70 O.S. § 3-104 and OAC 210:1-5-6 | memo (pdf)

(Action)  (d)  Discussion and possible action on revocation of teaching certification and certificate number of Brian Drabeck – OAC 210:1-5-6, OAC 210:20-9-98, and 70 O.S. § 3-104 | memo (pdf)

 

October 17, 2014

5. CHILD NUTRITION

(Action) (a) Discussion and possible action to set a number of exemptions allowed for smart snacks and school fundraisers under Section 8 of the Health, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010 | memo

6. OFFICE OF ASSESSMENT

(Action) (a) Discussion and possible action on the approval of a sole source contract with Measured Progress to conduct testing for the 2014 winter testing window – 70 O.S. § 1210.523 and §1210.508; 74 O.S. § 85.45j; OAC 580:16-7-3; OAC 580:165-13 | statement of work (pdf) | OMES technical position paper (pdf)

7. FINANCIAL SERVICES

(Action) (a) Discussion and possible action on payment of late federal program claims – OAC 210:25-3-7(12)

• Special Education | memo (pdf) | letter (pdf)

September 25, 2014

3. (Action)      
 (a) Discussion and possible action on minutes of the August 27, 2014 State Board of Education special meeting | minutes (pdf)

 (b) Discussion and possible action on minutes of the September 17, 2014 State Board of Education special meeting | minutes (pdf)

4.  STATE SUPERINTENDENT

 (b) Presentation of Achievement Awards for Excellence in Annual Financial Reporting | memo (pdf)

 (c) Presentation of certificates recognizing Steve Zhang, Norman North High School, and Defne Altan, Casady High School, as Oklahoma's AP Scholars | memo (pdf)

5. CONSENT DOCKET (action)

Discussion and possible action on the following deregulation applications, statutory waivers, and exemptions for the 2014-2015 school year and other requests:

 (a) Abbreviated School Day – 70 O.S. § 1210.567 and OAC 210:35-29-2 | memo (pdf)
  Bartlesville Public Schools, Washington County
  Blackwell Public Schools, Kay County
  Bridge Creek Public Schools, Grady County
  Choctaw Nation, Bryan County
  Choctaw Nicoma Park Public Schools, Oklahoma County
  Clinton Public Schools, Custer County
  Harrah Public Schools, Oklahoma County
  Idabel Public Schools, McCurtain County
  Keota Public Schools, Haskell County
  Little Axe Public Schools, Cleveland County
  Paoli Public Schools, Garvin County
  Pocola Public Schools, LeFlore County 
  Pond Creek Hunter Public Schools, Grant County
  Pryor Public Schools, Mayes County
  Putnam City Public Schools, Oklahoma County

(b) Adjunct Teachers – 70 O.S. § 6-122.3 | memo (pdf)
Panama Public Schools, LeFlore County
Wapanucka Public Schools, Johnston County

(c) Allow Two School Days in a 24-Hour Period – 70 O. S. § 1-111 | memo (pdf)
  Bennington Public Schools, Bryan County
 Bridge Creek Public Schools, Grady County
 Clayton Public Schools, Pushmataha County
 Cottonwood Public Schools, Coal County
 Haywood Public Schools, Pittsburg County
 Holly Creek Public Schools, McCurtain County
 LeFlore Public Schools, LeFlore County
 Lukfata Public Schools, McCurtain County
 Milburn Public Schools, Johnston County
 Rock Creek Public Schools, Bryan County
 Shady Point Public Schools, Coal County
 Springer Public Schools, Carter County
 Stonewall Public Schools, Pontotoc County
 Tipton Public Schools, Tillman County
 Wapanucka Public Schools, Johnston County
 Welch Public Schools, Craig County
 Wetumka Public Schools, Hughes County
 Wright City Public Schools, McCurtain County

 (d) Cooperative Agreements for Alternative Education Programs – 70 O. S. § 1210.568 | memo (pdf)
 Big Pasture Public Schools, Cotton County
 Billings Public Schools, Noble County
 Burlington Public Schools, Alfalfa County
 Central High Public Schools, Stephens County
 Freedom Public Schools, Woods County
 Gans Public Schools, Sequoyah County
 Goodwell Public Schools, Texas County
 Milburn Public Schools, Johnston County
 Oologah Talala Public Schools, Rogers County
 Ringling Public Schools, Jefferson County
 Stuart Public Schools, Hughes County
 Texhoma Public Schools, Texas County
 Turpin Public Schools, Beaver County

 (e) Length of School Day - 70 O. S. § 1-109 | memo (pdf)
 Tulsa Public Schools, Tulsa County

(f) Library Media Services – OAC 210:35-5-71 and OAC 210:35-9-71 | memo (pdf)
 Alex Public Schools, Grady County
 Bartlesville Public Schools, Washington County
 Blackwell Public Schools, Kay County
 Bridge Creek Public Schools, Grady County
 Coweta Public Schools, Wagoner County
 Dover Public Schools, Kingfisher County
 Freedom Public Schools, Woods County
 Harrah Public Schools, Oklahoma County
 Kingston Public Schools, Marshall County
 Leach Public Schools, Delaware County
 Midway Public Schools, McIntosh County
 Pocola Public Schools, LeFlore County
 Ringwood Public Schools, Major County
 Waurika Public Schools, Jefferson County
 Wetumka Public Schools, Hughes County
 
(g) Library Media Specialist – 70 O.S. § 3-126 | memo (pdf)
 Muskogee Public Schools, Muskogee County
  Early Childhood Center

(h) Planning Period – OAC 210:35-7-41 and OAC 210-35-9-41 | memo (pdf)
 Bridge Creek Public Schools, Grady County
 Burs Flat Dill City Public Schools, Washita County
 Dewar Public Schools, Okmulgee County
 Gracemont Public Schools, Caddo County
 Jones Public Schools, Oklahoma County
 Lukfata Public Schools, McCurtain County
 Marietta Public Schools, Love County
 Mid-Del Public Schools, Oklahoma County
  Kerr Middle Schools
 Mid-Del Public Schools, Oklahoma County
  Monroney Middle School
 Mid-Del Public Schools, Oklahoma County
  High School
 Ponca City Public Schools, Kay County
  East Middle School
 Ponca City Public Schools, Kay County
  High School
 Ringling Public Schools, Jefferson County
 Stigler Public Schools, Haskell County
 Stilwell Public Schools, Adair County

(i) General Fund for Capital Expenditures – 70 O.S. § 1-117 and OAC 210:25-5-4 | memo (pdf)
 Haworth Public Schools, McCurtain County

(j) Request approval of sponsorship/donations from Access Midstream – 70 O.S. § 3-104 (12) | memo (pdf)

 (k) Request approval on exceptions to State Board of Education teacher certification regulations to permit issuance of emergency (provisional) certificates – 70 O. S. § 6-187 | memo (pdf)

7. ACADEMIC AFFAIRS

(a) Initial presentation by the Office of Juvenile Affairs on the application seeking sponsorship of a charter school by the State Board of Education - 70 O.S. § 3-132 | application (pdf)

(b) Discussion and report on the 21st Century Community Learning Centers Grant Awards – ESEA, Title IV, Part B | memo (pdf)

(Action) (d) Discussion and possible action concerning districts that have not completed the Teacher and Leader Effectiveness (TLE) Qualitative Report, including possible withholding of State Aid payments – 70 O.S. § 6-101.10 | memo (pdf) | handout (pdf)

(a) Report on Hulbert Public Schools and Seminole Public Schools improper expenditures in the fiscal year 2014 | memo (pdf)

 

 

 

 

August 27, 2014

3. (Action) (a) Discussion and possible action on minutes of the July 23, 2014 State Board of Education special meeting | minutes (pdf)

6.  CONSENT DOCKET (Action)     

Discussion and possible action on the following deregulation applications, statutory waivers, and exemptions for the 2014-2015 school year and other requests:

(a) Abbreviated School Day – 70 O.S. § 1210.567 and OAC 210:35-29-2 | memo (pdf)
  Anadarko Public Schools, Caddo County
  Beggs Public Schools, Okmulgee County
  Bethel Public Schools, Pottawatomie County
  Cimarron Public Schools, Major County
  Hilldale Public Schools, Muskogee County
  Lexington Public Schools, Cleveland County
  Macomb Public Schools, Pottawatomie County
  McAlester Public Schools, Pittsburg County
  Stroud Public Schools, Lincoln County
  Valliant Public Schools, McCurtain County
  Woodland Public Schools, Osage County

(b) Adjunct Teachers – 70 O.S. § 6-122.3 | memo (pdf)
Macomb Public Schools, Pottawatomie County

(c) Allow Two School Days in a 24-Hour Period – 70 O. S. § 1-111 | memo (pdf)
Achille Public Schools, Bryan County
 Anadarko Public Schools, Caddo County
Antlers Public Schools, Pushmataha County
Battiest Public Schools, McCurtain County
Bethel Public Schools, Pottawatomie County
Boswell Public Schools, Choctaw County
Broken Bow Public Schools, McCurtain County
Buffalo Valley Public Schools, Latimer County
Caddo Public Schools, Bryan County
Coalgate Public Schools, Coal County
Coleman Public Schools, Johnston County
Friend Public Schools, Grady County
 Latta Public Schools, Pontotoc County
 Moyers Public Schools, Pushmataha County
 Nashoba Public Schools, Pushmataha County
 Paden Public Schools, Okfuskee County
 Ringling Public Schools, Jefferson County
 Roff Public Schools, Pontotoc County
 Terral Public Schools, Jefferson County
 Tuttle Public Schools, Grady County

 (d) Cooperative Agreements for Alternative Education Programs – 70 O. S. § 1210.568 | memo (pdf)
 Central Public Schools, Sequoyah County
 Cheyenne Public Schools, Roger Mills County
 Keyes Public Schools, Cimarron County
 Maud Public Schools, Pottawatomie County
 Preston Public Schools, Okmulgee County
 Reydon Public Schools, Roger Mills County
 Waurkia Public School, Jefferson County

 (e) Length of School Day - 70 O. S. § 1-109 | memo (pdf)
 Miami Public Schools, Ottawa County

(f) Library Media Services – OAC 210:35-5-71 and OAC 210:35-9-71 | memo (pdf)
 Beaver Public Schools, Beaver County
 Blair Public Schools, Jackson County
 Boswell Public Schools, Choctaw County
 Braggs Public Schools, Muskogee County
 Cheyenne Public Schools, Roger Mills County
 Collinsville Public Schools, Tulsa County 
 Davis Public Schools, Murray County
 Deer Creek-Lamont Public Schools, Grant County
 Frontier Public Schools, Noble County
 Glencoe Public Schools, Payne County
 Goodwell Public Schools, Texas County
 Grandview Public Schools, Cherokee County
 Hardesty Public Schools, Texas County
 Jenks Public Schools, Tulsa County
  Jenks Middle Schools
 Jones Public Schools, Oklahoma County
 Macomb Public Schools, Pottawatomie County
 Minco Public Schools, Grady County
 Paden Public Schools, Okfuskee County
 Ponca City Public Schools, Kay County
  Trout Elementary School
  Union Elementary School
 Putnam City Public Schools, Oklahoma County
  Early Childhood Center
 Shidler Public Schools, Osage County
 Tecumseh Public Schools, Pottawatomie County
 Tuttle Public Schools, Grady County
 Vian Public Schools, Sequoyah County
 Watonga Public Schools, Blaine County
 Waurika Public Schools, Jefferson County
 Waynoka Public Schools, Woods County
 Woodland Public Schools, Osage County
 
(g) Library Media Specialist – 70 O.S. § 3-126 | memo (pdf)
 Allen-Bowden Public Schools, Creek County
 Hennessey Public Schools, Kingfisher County
  Hennessey High Schools
 Hennessey Public Schools, Kingfisher County
  Lower Elementary School
 Jenks Public Schools, Tulsa County
  Jenks Middle Schools
 Jenks Public Schools, Tulsa County
  West Elementary Schools
 Kingfisher Public Schools, Kingfisher County
  Heritage Elementary School
 Kingfisher Public Schools, Kingfisher County
  Gilmour Elementary School
 Kingfisher Public Schools, Kingfisher County
  Kingfisher Middle Schools
 Oak Hill Episcopal, Cater County
 Western Heights Public Schools, Oklahoma County
  Greenvale/Wind West Elementary School

(h) Planning Period – OAC 210:35-7-41 and OAC 210-35-9-41 | memo (pdf)
 Indianola Public Schools, Pittsburg County
 Jones Public Schools, Oklahoma County
 Mangum Public Schools, Greer County
 Maysville Public Schools, Garvin County
 Paden Public Schools, Okfuskee County
 Ponca City Public Schools, Kay County
 Purcell Public Schools, McClain County
 Stilwell Public Schools, Adair County
 Tuttle Public Schools, Grady County

(i) General Fund for Capital Expenditures – 70 O.S. § 1-117 and OAC 210:25-5-4 | memo (pdf)
 Frederick Public Schools, Tillman County 

(j) Request approval for Stonebridge Academy, an AdvancedEd accredited private school, to participate in the Lindsey Nicole Henry Scholarships for Students with Disabilities program - 70 O.S. 13-101.2 | memo (pdf)

(k) Request approval of sponsorship/donations of Advanced Placement textbooks donated by various textbook publishers at the AP summer institute – 70 O.S. § 3-104 (12) | memo (pdf)

(l) Request approval on exceptions to State Board of Education teacher certification regulations to permit issuance of emergency (provisional) certificates – 70 O. S. § 6-187 | memo (pdf)

7. FINANCIAL SERVICES

(Action) (a) Discussion and possible action on the proposed Qualified Zone Academy Bond Allocations – OAC 210:40-83-3 | memo (pdf)

(b) Discussion and report on the FY2014 shared superintendent salary assistance applications – 70 O.S. § 7-203 and 70 O.S. § 5-106A | memo (pdf) 

(Action) (d) Discussion and possible action on payment of late federal program claims – OAC 210:25-3-7(12) | federal programs (pdf) | special education (pdf) | 21st century (pdf)

8.  ACCREDITATION  
(Action)  (a) Discussion and possible action to approve Oklahoma Private School Accreditation Commission (OPSAC) standards for accrediting private schools within that association – 70 O.S. § 3-104 and OAS 210:35-33-1 through 4 | memo (pdf)

(Action)  (b) Discussion and possible action to approve the Standards for Accreditation (Compliance Report) for the 2014-2015 school year – 70 O.S. § 3-104.4 and OAC 210:35 | memo (pdf)

(c) Discussion and report on local school district employees identified as lacking appropriate certification – 70 O.S. § 6-108 and 70 O.S. § 6-101 | memo (pdf) | list (pdf)

9. ACADEMIC AFFAIRS

(d) Update and discussion on the status of implementation of the Teacher and Leader Effectiveness Evaluation System | memo (pdf)

10. LEGAL SERVICES

(Action)    (a) Discussion and possible action to approve the State Board of Education Gift and Donation Policy – 70 O.S. § 3-104 | policy (pdf)

 

 

 


 

 


 

July 23, 2014

3. (Action)(a) Discussion and possible action on minutes of the June 26, 2014 State Board of Education regular meeting | minutes (pdf)

4. STATE SUPERINTENDENT
(b) Recognition of 2014 U.S. Presidential Scholars and Semifinalists | memo (pdf)

5. CONSENT DOCKET (Action)
Discussion and possible action on the following deregulation applications, statutory waivers, and exemptions for the 2014-2015 school year and other requests:

(a) Abbreviated School Day – OAC 210:35-29-2 and 210:35-3-46 | memo (pdf)
Collinsville Public Schools, Tulsa County
Elk City Public Schools, Beckham County
Hominy Public Schools, Osage County
Kinta Public Schools, Haskell County
Moore Public Schools, Cleveland County
Norman Public Schools, Cleveland County
Perry Public School, Noble County
Red Oak Public Schools, Latimer County
Shawnee Public Schools, Pottawatomie County
Stilwell Public Schools, Adair County

(b) Adjunct Teachers – 70 O.S. § 6-122.3 | memo (pdf)
Mill Creek Public Schools, Johnston County

(c) Allow Two School Days in a 24-Hour Period – 70 O. S. § 1-111 | memo (pdf)
Caney Valley Public Schools, Atoka County
Checotah Public Schools, McIntosh County
Colbert Public Schools, Bryan County
Harmony Public Schools, Atoka County
Hugo Public Schools, Choctaw County
Mill Creek Public Schools, Johnston County
Olustee Public Schools, Jackson County
Quinton Public Schools, Pittsburg County

(d) Cooperative Agreements for Alternative Education Programs – 70 O. S. § 1210.568 | memo (pdf)
Red Oak Public Schools, Latimer County
Kinta Public Schools, Haskell County

(e) Length of School Day - 70 O. S. § 1-109 | memo (pdf)
Crescent Public Schools, Logan County
Frederick Public Schools, Tillman County

(f) Library Media Services – OAC 210:35-5-71 and OAC 210:35-9-71 | memo (pdf)
Elgin Public Schools, Comanche County
Middle and High School
Elk City Public Schools, Beckham County
Felt Public Schools, Cimarron County
Howe Public Schools, LeFlore County
Indianola Public Schools, Pittsburg County
Norman Dimensions Academy, Cleveland County
Pawnee Public Schools, Pawnee County
Perry Public Schools, Noble County

(g) Library Media Specialist – 70 O.S. § 3-126 | memo (pdf)
Colcord Public Schools, Delaware County
Colcord High School
Edmond Public Schools, Oklahoma County
Clegern Elementary School
Elgin Public Schools, Comanche County
Middle and High Schools
Frederick Public Schools, Tillman County
Middle School
Oklahoma City Public Schools, Oklahoma County
Oklahoma Centennial High School
Stilwell Public Schools, Adair County
Middle School
Stilwell Public Schools, Adair County
High School
Tahlequah Public Schools, Cherokee County
Greenwood Elementary School
Tahlequah Public Schools, Cherokee County
Heritage Elementary School

(h) Planning Period – OAC 210:35-7-41 and OAC 210-35-9-41 | memo (pdf)
Hanna Public Schools, McIntosh County

(i) Principal Certificate – 70 O.S. § 5-106 | memo (pdf)
Wynona Public Schools, Osage County

(j) General Fund for Capital Expenditures – 70 O.S. § 1-117 and OAC 210:25-5-4 | memo (pdf)
Lone Star Public Schools, Creek County
Bethany Public Schools, Oklahoma County

(k) Request approval for St. John Nepomuk Catholic School, an Oklahoma Conference of Catholic Schools Accrediting Association (OCCSAA) private school, to participate in the Lindsey Nicole Henry Scholarships for Students with Disabilities program - 70 O.S. 13-101.2 | memo (pdf)

(l) Request approval for Special Care Private School, an AdvancedEd and National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) private school, to participate in the Lindsey Nicole Henry Scholarships for Students with Disabilities program - 70 O.S. 13-101.2 | memo (pdf)

(m) Request approval on exceptions to State Board of Education teacher certification regulations to permit issuance of emergency (provisional) certificates – 70 O. S. § 6-187 | memo (pdf) | list (pdf)

6. FINANCIAL SERVICES

(Action) (a) Discussion and possible action on the proposed Qualified Zone Academy Bond Allocations – OAC 210:40-83-3 | memo (pdf)

7. ACADEMIC AFFAIRS

(Action) (a) Discussion and possible action on the Gifted and Talented Education Annual Report – 70 O.S. § 1210.301-307 | memo (pdf)

(Action) (d) Discussion and possible action on the Oklahoma Parents as Teachers (OPAT) Parent Training Program Grants – 70 O.S. § 10-105.3 | memo (pdf)

(e) Update and discussion on the implementation of the Teacher and Leader Effectiveness Evaluation System | memo (pdf)

(Action) (i) Discussion and possible action on district and site accreditation recommendations for the 2013-2014 school year - OAC 210:35-3-201 | memo (pdf) | amendment (pdf)

8. LEGAL SERVICES – Kimberly Richey, General Counsel

(Action) (a) Discussion and possible action of emergency revocation and amendment of the following State Board of Education rules pursuant to HB 3399 – 70 O.S. § 11-103.6a and 75 O.S. § 253 | rules

1. CHAPTER 15. Curriculum and Instruction
Subchapter 4. Common Core State Standards
210:15-4-1. Purpose [REVOKED]
210:15-4-2. Definitions [REVOKED]
210:15-4-3. Adoption and Implementation [REVOKED]

2. CHAPTER 15. Curriculum and Instruction
Subchapter 34. Supplemental Online Course Procedures
210:15-34-1. General Provisions [AMENDED]

(Action) (b) Discussion and possible emergency action on the following State Board of Education rules pursuant to HB 2683 – 70 O.S. § 11-103.6a and 75 O.S. § 253 | rules

1. CHAPTER 20. Staff. Subchapter 9. Professional Standards: Teacher Education and Certification
Part 9. Teacher Certification

210:20-9-105. Non-traditional certification in special education [NEW]

(Action) (c) Discussion and possible emergency action on the following State Board of Education rules pursuant to HB 2626 and other corresponding legislation – 70 O.S. § 11-103.6a and 75 O.S. § 253 | rules 

1. CHAPTER 10. School Administration and Instructional Services
Subchapter 1. General Provisions. 210:10-1-18.Transfers [AMENDED]



June 26, 2014

3. (Action) (a) Discussion and possible action on minutes of the May 22, 2014 State Board of Education regular meeting | minutes (pdf)

 6. Discussion and possible action on the following deregulation applications, statutory waivers, and exemptions for the 2013-2014 and 2014-2015 school year and other requests:

(a) Abbreviated School Day – OAC 210:35-29-2 and 210:35-3-46 | memo (pdf)
Pawhuska Public Schools, Osage County
Purcell Public Schools, McClain County

(b) Allow Two School Days in a 24-Hour Period – 70 O. S. § 1-111 | memo (pdf)
Choctaw Nation, Bryan County
Fletcher Public Schools, Comanche County
Gore Public Schools, Sequoyah County
Lane Public Schools, Atoka County
Sterling Public Schools, Comanche County

(c) Cooperative Agreements for Alternative Education Programs – 70 O. S. § 1210.568 | memo (pdf)
Eldorado Public Schools, Jackson County

(d) Library Media Services – OAC 210:35-5-71 and OAC 210:35-9-71 | memo (pdf)
Dickson Public Schools, Carter County
Depew Public Schools, Creek County
Eufaula Public Schools, McIntosh County
Fairview Public Schools, Major County
Fletcher Public Schools, Comanche County
Hominy Public Schools, Osage County
Lomega Public Schools, Kingfisher County
Moss Public Schools, Hughes County
Sterling Public Schools, Comanche County
Stidham Public Schools, McIntosh County
Twin Hills Public Schools, Okmulgee County
Wynnewood Public Schools, Garvin County
Wynona Public Schools, Osage County

(e) Library Media Specialist – 70 O.S. § 3-126 | memo (pdf)
Navajo Public Schools, Jackson County

(f) Planning Period – OAC 210:35-7-41 and OAC 210-35-9-41 | memo (pdf)
Lomega Public Schools, Kingfisher County

(g) General Fund for Capital Expenditures – 70 O.S. § 1-117 and OAC 210:25-5-4 | memo (pdf)
Marietta Public Schools, Love County

(h) Request approval on recommendations from the Teacher Competency Review Panel for applicants to receive a license - 70 O. S. § 6-202 | memo (pdf)

7. FINANCIAL SERVICES

(Action) (a) Discussion and possible action on the proposed Qualified Zone Academy Bond Allocations – OAC 210:40-83-3 | memo (pdf)

(Action) (b) Discussion and possible action on Budget Revisions for Federal Programs, Changes to Oklahoma Cost Accounting System (OCAS) Policies and Procedures – 70 O.S. § 3-104 | memo (pdf)

(c) Report and discussion on the FY 15 Education Appropriation | memo (pdf)

8. STEM

(Action) (a) Discussion and possible action to approve Metro Tech Technology Center’s program emphasizing a Focus Field of Study – 70 O.S. § 11-103.6 | memo (pdf) 

(b) Report and discussion on the 2014 Mathematics and Science Partnerships (MSP) Mini Grant Awardees administered under Title II, Part B of NCLB | memo (pdf)

9. SCHOOL TURNAROUND

(Action) a (a)  Discussion and possible action on the School Improvement Grants (SIG) – Section 1003(g) of ESEA | memo (pdf)

10. ACADEMIC AFFAIRS

(Action) (a) Discussion and possible action on the Gifted and Talented Education Annual Report – 70 O.S. § 1210.301-307 | memo (pdf)

(d) Update and discussion on the current status of the ESEA Flexibility Waiver | memo (pdf)

 11. LEGAL SERVICES

(Action) (a)  Discussion and possible action of emergency revocation of the following  State Board of Education rules pursuant to HB 3399 – 70 O.S. § 11-103.6a  and 75 O.S. § 253 | memo (pdf)

(Action) (b) Discussion and possible action on revocation of teaching certification and certificate number of Ryan E. Copeland – OAC 210:1-5-6, OAC 210:20-9-98, and 70 O.S. § 3-104 | memo (pdf)

(Action) (c) Discussion and possible action on revocation of teaching certification and certificate number of Tyrone Nash – OAC 210:1-5-6, OAC 210:20-9-98, and 70 O.S. § 3-104 | memo (pdf)

(Action) (d) Discussion and possible action on revocation of teaching certification and certificate number of Tijuana M. Raphel – OAC 210:1-5-6, OAC 210:20-9-98, and 70 O.S. § 3-104 | memo (pdf)

(Action) (e) Discussion and possible action on revocation of school bus drivers certificate and number of Robert Allen Searl – 70 O.S. § 3-104 and OAC 210:1-5-6 | memo (pdf)

(Action) (f) Discussion and possible action on revocation of teaching certification and certificate number of Kalyn D. Thompson – OAC 210:1-5-6, OAC 210:20-9-98, and 70 O.S. § 3-104 | memo (pdf)

(Action) (g) Discussion and possible action on revocation of teaching certification and certificate number of Andra Leigh Williams - OAC 210:1-5-6, OAC 210:20-9-98, and 70 O.S. § 3-104 | memo (pdf)
 

12. ACE APPEALS

(a) Recommendation: Approved based upon verified evidence meeting the criteria for granting an exception to ACE graduation requirements - 70 O.S. 1210.523 | memo (pdf)

(b) Recommendation: Dismissal based upon verified evidence meeting the criteria for granting an exception to ACE graduation requirements - 70 O.S. 1210.523 | memo (pdf)
 

May 22, 2014

3. (Action) (a) Discussion and possible action on minutes of the April 24, 2014 State Board of Education regular meeting | minutes (pdf)

4. STATE SUPERINTENDENT

(b) Recognition of the 2014 Edward C. Joullian III Scholarship Award recipient | memo (pdf)

6. Discussion and possible action on the following deregulation applications, statutory waivers, and exemptions for the 2013-2014 and 2014-2015 school year and other requests:

(a) Abbreviated School Day – OAC 210:35-29-2 and 210:35-3-46 | memo (pdf)
  Yukon Public Schools, Canadian County

(b) Allow Two School Days in a 24-Hour Period – 70 O. S. § 1-111 | memo (pdf)
Salina Public School, Mayes County
Calera Public Schools, Bryan County
Healdton Public Schools, Carter County

(c) Library Media Services – OAC 210:35-5-71 and OAC 210:35-9-71 | memo (pdf)
Caney Valley Public Schools, Washington County

(d) Library Media Specialist – 70 O.S. § 3-126 | memo (pdf)
Nowatta Public Schools, Nowatta County
  Glenn C. Moore Elementary
  Nowatta Middle and High School

(e) Planning Period – OAC 210:35-7-41 and OAC 210-35-9-41 | memo (pdf)
Broken Bow Public School, McCurtain County
  Rector Johnson Middle School
Crooked Oak Public Schools, Oklahoma County
  Crooked Oak High School

(f)  General Fund for Capital Expenditures – 70 O.S. § 1-117 and OAC 210:25-5-4 | memo (pdf)
Haworth Public Schools, McCurtain County

(g) Request approval on recommendations from the Teacher Competency Review Panel for applicants to receive a license - 70 O. S. § 6-202 | memo (pdf)

7. FINANCIAL SERVICES

(Action) (a) Discussion and possible action to use remainder of activities fund for teachers’ health insurance premiums, Flexible Benefit Allowance (FBA) | memo (pdf)

April 24, 2014

3. (Action) (a) Discussion and possible action on minutes of the March 25, 2014 State Board of Education regular meeting | minutes (pdf)

4. STATE SUPERINTENDENT

(b) Recognition of the 2014 Prudential Spirit of Community Awards | memo (pdf)

(c) Recognition of the Oklahoma representatives in the United State Senate Youth Program | memo (pdf)

6. Discussion and possible action on the following deregulation applications, statutory waivers, and exemptions for the 2013-2014 and 2014-2015 school year and other requests:

(a) Abbreviated School Day – OAC 210:35-29-2 and 210:35-3-46 | memo (pdf)
Hobart Public Schools, Kiowa County

(b) Allow Two School Days in a 24-Hour Period – 70 O. S. § 1-111 | memo (pdf)
Paoli Public Schools, Garvin County
Atoka Public Schools, Atoka County
Durant Public Schools, Bryan County
Little Axe Public Schools, Cleveland County
Pawhuska Public Schools, Osage County

(c) Library Media Services – OAC 210:35-5-71 and 210:35-9-71 | memo (pdf)
Panola Public Schools, Latimer County

(d) Planning Period – OAC 210:35-7-41 and OAC 210-35-9-41 | memo (pdf)
Broken Bow Public School, McCurtain County
Rector Johnson Middle School
Crooked Oak Public Schools, Oklahoma County
Crooked Oak High School

(e) Saturday Schools – 70 O.S. § 1-112 | memo (pdf)
Flower Mound Public Schools, Comanche County

(f) General Fund for Capital Expenditures – 70 O.S. § 1-117 and OAC 210:25-5-4 | memo (pdf)
Seminole Public Schools, Varnum County

(g) Request approval on recommendations from the Teacher Competency Review Panel for applicants to receive a license - 70 O. S. § 6-202 | memo (pdf)

(h) Request approval on exceptions to State Board of Education teacher certification regulations to permit issuance of emergency (provisional) certificates – 70 O. S. § 6-187 | memo (pdf)

7. STUDENT INFORMATION

(a) Overview of the State Department of Education’s new Data Correction and Certification Reports Web page | memo (pdf)

8. ACADEMIC AFFAIRS

(Action) (a) Discussion and possible action on recommendations regarding Marzano Causal Teacher Evaluation Model 2014 protocol; Tulsa Teacher Evaluation Model 2014 updates; the approved Other Academic Measures list; and Quantitative district policies – 70 O.S. § 6-101.17 and 70 O.S. 6-101.16 | memo (pdf)

(Action) (b) Discussion and possible action on Stroud Public Schools’ Academic Performance Production Bonus Plan – 70 O.S. § 5-141.2, 70 O.S. § 5-141.3 | memo (pdf)

(Action) (c) Discussion on the Length of School Day waiver submitted by Skiatook Public Schools tabled from the March State Board of Education meeting – 70 O. S. § 1-109 | memo (pdf)

(Action) (d) Discussion and possible action on the Social Studies Standard/Cut Score Setting policy – 70 O.S. 1210.508 and 70 O.S. 1210.541 | memo (pdf)

9. LEGAL SERVICES

(Action) (a) Discussion and possible action on petition filed by ABLE Charter School to appeal decision of Statewide Virtual Charter School to deny application for charter school sponsorship – 70 O.S. § 3-145.3 (F) | Appeal (pdf)

(Action) (b) Discussion and possible action on Ft. Gibson Public Schools’ request for statutory waiver from requirements of 70 O.S. 1-109 pursuant to the Education Deregulations Act for implementation of a plan to consider virtual instruction completed by students as classroom instruction on days the school district is closed due to inclement weather - 70 O.S. 3-124 et seq. | memo (pdf)

(Action) (c) Discussion and possible action on revocation of teaching certification and certificate number of Kathy L. Boen – OAC 210:1-5-6, OAC 210:20-9-98, and 70 O.S. § 3-104 |

(Action) (d) Discussion and possible action on revocation of school bus driving certification and certificate number of Jerry D. Dawson – 70 O.S. § 3-104 | 

(Action) (e) Discussion and possible action on revocation of teaching certification and certificate number of Timothy Dennis – OAC 210:1-5-6, OAC 210:20-9-98, and 70 O.S. § 3-104 | 

(Action) (f) Discussion and possible action on revocation of teaching certification and certificate number of Mandi L. Guerrero – OAC 210:1-5-6, OAC 210:20-9-98, and 70 O.S. § 3-104 | 

(Action) (g) Discussion and possible action on revocation of teaching certification and certificate number of Courtney Hatchell – OAC 210:1-5-6, OAC 210:20-9-98, and 70 O.S. 3-104 | 

(Action) (h) Discussion and possible action on revocation of teaching certification and certificate number of Troi Denise Jackson – OAC 210:1-5-6, OAC 210:20-9-98, and 70 O.S. § 3-104 | memo (pdf)

(Action) (i) Discussion and possible action on revocation of teaching certification and certificate number of Tyler Patterson – OAC 210:1-5-6, OAC 210:20-9-98, and 70 O.S. § 3-104 | 

(j) Update and discussion on AG Opinion 2013 OK AG 23 | memo (pdf)

March 25, 2014

 3. (Action) (a) Discussion and possible action on minutes of the March 4, 2014 State Board of Education special meeting | minutes (pdf)

4.  STATE SUPERINTENDENT

 (b) Recognition of the 2013 Love’s Creative SPARKS! Recipients | memo (pdf)

 (b) Presentation on the 2013-2014 Teach for America Oklahoma Annual Review | memo (pdf)

6. Discussion and possible action on the following deregulation applications, statutory waivers, and exemptions for the 2013-2014 school year and other requests:

(a) Abbreviated School Day – OAC 210:35-29-2 and 210:35-3-46 | memo (pdf)
  Wewoka Public Schools, Seminole County

(b) Allow Two School Days in a 24-Hour Period – 70 O. S. § 1-111 | memo (pdf)
 Allen Public Schools, Pontotoc County
 Kingfisher Public Schools, Kingfisher County
 Marietta Public Schools, Love County
 Navajo Public Schools, Jackson County
 Noble Public Schools, Cleveland County
 Porter Consolidated Public Schools, Wagoner County
 Wewoka Public Schools, Seminole County

 (c) Length of School Day - 70 O. S. § 1-109 | memo (pdf)
 Skiatook Public Schools, Tulsa County

(d)  General Fund for Capital Expenditures – 70 O.S. § 1-117 and OAC 210:25-5-4 | memo (pdf)
 Lone Star Public Schools, Creek County
 South Rock Creek Public Schools, Pottawatomie County
 Shawnee Public Schools, Pottawatomie County
 Marietta Public Schools, Love County
 
(e) Request approval on recommendations from the Teacher Competency Review Panel for applicants to receive a license - 70 O. S. § 6-202 | memo (pdf)

 (f) Request approval on exceptions to State Board of Education teacher certification regulations to permit issuance of emergency (provisional) certificates – 70 O. S. § 6-187 | memo (pdf)

7. FINANCIAL SERVICES 

(Action) (a) Discussion and possible action on FY2014 General Fund Balance Penalties – 70 O. S § 18-200.1(G)  | memo (pdf)

   (a) Sayre Public Schools
   (b) Kiowa Public Schools
   (c) Hammon Public Schools
   (d) Freedom Public Schools
   (e) Taloga Public Schools

(Action) (b) Discussion and possible action on school districts who did not meet the Administrative Cost criteria for 2012-2013 school year – 70 O.S. § 18-124, 70 O.S. § 5-135.2, and 210:25-5-4 | memo (pdf)

   (a) Coleman Public Schools
   (b) Discovery Charter School
   (c) Dover Public Schools
   (d) Fanshawe Public Schools
   (e) Freedom Public Schools
   (f) Greasy Public Schools
   (g) Mannsville Public Schools
   (h) Oaks Mission Public Schools
   (i) Straight Public Schools

8. ACADEMIC AFFAIRS

(Action) (a) Discussion and possible action on the adoption of Oklahoma Academic Standards for Science – 70 O.S. § 11-103.6a | standards (pdf)

9. LEGAL SERVICES

(Action) (a) Discussion and possible action on proposed administrative rules pursuant to Administrative Procedures Act, 75 O.S. 250, et. Seq. | rules

(1) Chapter 40.  Grants and Programs-In-Aid; Subchapter 87.  Rules For Payments to Charter Schools – 210:40-87-3.  Distribution and reporting of state-appropriated funds to charter school sponsors and charter schools Guidelines for payment

(2) Chapter 15.  Curriculum and Instruction; Subchapter 3.   Priority Academic Student Skills Oklahoma Academic Standards. Part 3.  Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten – 210:15-3-5.6.  Science. Part 9.  Science
210:15-3-70.  Overview and organization of standards
210:15-3-70.1.  Science standards for grades 1 through 12
210:15-3-70.2  Definitions
210:15-3-71.  Standards for inquiry, physical, life, and earth/space science for grade 1
210:15-3-72.  Standards for inquiry, physical, life, and earth/space science for grade 2
210:15-3-73.  Standards for inquiry, physical, life, and earth/space science for grade 3
210:15-3-74.  Standards for inquiry, physical, life, and earth/space science for grade 4
210:15-3-75.  Standards for inquiry, physical, life, and earth/space science for grade 5
210:15-3-76.  Standards for inquiry, physical, life, and earth/space science for grade 6
210:15-3-77.  Standards for inquiry, physical, life, and earth/space science for grade 7
210:15-3-78.  Standards for inquiry, physical, life, and earth/space science for grade 8
210:15-3-79.  Physical science  - standards for inquiry and the physical sciences for high school
210:15-3-80.  Biology I – standards for inquiry and the biological sciences for high school
210:15-3-81.  Chemistry – standards for inquiry and chemistry for high school
210:15-3-82.  Physics – standards for inquiry and physics for high school
    210:15-3-83.  Earth and Space Science and Environmental Science – standards for inquiry, Earth and Space Science and Environmental Science and environmental science for high school

 

March 4, 2014

3. (Action)       (a) Discussion and possible action on minutes of the January 23, 2014 State Board of Education regular meeting | minutes (pdf)

5. Discussion and possible action on the following deregulation applications, statutory waivers, and exemptions for the 2013-2014 school year and other requests:

(a) Abbreviated School Day – OAC 210:35-29-2 and 210:35-3-46 | memo (pdf)
  Mid-Del Public Schools, Oklahoma County

(b) Library Media Specialist Exemption – 70 O. S. § 3-126 | memo (pdf)
 Jenks Public Schools, Tulsa County
  Jenks Middle School

(c) Planning Period – OAC 210:35-7-41 and OAC 210:35-9-41 | memo (pdf)
 Ponca City Public Schools, Kay County
  Ponca City High School
 
(d) Request approval on recommendations from the Teacher Competency Review Panel for applicants to receive a license - 70 O. S. § 6-202 | memo (pdf)

(e) Request approval on exceptions to State Board of Education teacher certification regulations to permit issuance of emergency (provisional) certificates – 70 O. S. § 6-187 | memo (pdf)

7. FINANCIAL SERVICES

(Action) (a) Discussion and possible action on the Proposed Qualified Zone Academy Bond Allocations – OAC 210:40-83-3 | memo (pdf)
 

8. ACADEMIC AFFAIRS

(Action) (a) Discussion and possible action on the TLE Commission Recommendations regarding Student Academic Growth for Non-Tested Grades and Subjects as well as the Effectiveness Ranges of Composite Teacher and Leader Effectiveness (TLE) Scores of the TLE Evaluation System – 70 O.S. § 6-101.16 | memo (pdf) | recommendations (pdf)

(Action)  (c) Discussion and possible action on the first year Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) Grants – 70 O.S. § 3-104  | memo (pdf)

(Action)  (d) Discussion and possible action on the second year Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) Grants – 70 O.S. § 3-104 | memo (pdf)

9. LEGAL SERVICES

(Action) (a) Discussion and possible action on proposed administrative rules pursuant to Administrative Procedures Act, 75 O.S. 250, et. Seq. | rules

(1) Chapter 1.  State Board of Education; Subchapter 3.  Departmental Precepts – 210:1-3-8.1.  Student Data Accessibility, Transparency and Accountability Act

(2) Chapter 1.  State Board of Education; Subchapter 3.  Departmental Precepts – 210:1-3-11.  Open Records Act

(3) Chapter 10.  School Administration and Instructional Services; Subchapter 1.  General Provisions – 210:10-1-18.  Transfers

(4) Chapter 10.  School Administration and Instructional Services; Subchapter 1.  General Provisions – 210:10-1-21.  Emergency administration of anaphylaxis medication in public schools

(5) Chapter 10.  School Administration and Instructional Services; Subchapter 3.  Child Nutrition Program. Part 5.  National School Lunch Program – 210:10-3-51.  National School Lunch Program
 Part 7.  School Breakfast Program – 210:10-3-71.  School Breakfast Program. Part 9.  Summer Food Services Program for Children – 210:10-3-91.  Summer food services program for children

(6) Chapter 25.  Finance; Subchapter 5.  Budgeting and Business Management; Part 2.  Personnel and Procedures
210:25-5-10.  The encumbrance clerk
210:25-5-11.  The school district treasurer

(7) Chapter 35.  Standards for Accreditation of Elementary, Middle Level, Secondary, and Career and Technology Schools. Subchapter 5. Additional Standards for Elementary School; Part 13.  Standard VII:  The Media Program – 210:35-5-74.  Statement of the standard
Subchapter 7. Additional Standards for Middle Level School Part 13.  Standard VII:  The Media Program 210:35-7-64 – Statement of the standard
Subchapter 9. Additional Standards for Middle Level Schools Part 13.  Standard VII:  The Media Program 210:35-9-74 – Statement of the standard

(8) Chapter 35.  Standards for Accreditation of Elementary, Middle Level, Secondary, and Career and Technology Schools. Subchapter 27. Proficiency Based Promotion 
210:35-27-1.  Purpose and scope
210:35-27-2.  Proficiency based promotion and evaluations of student placement
210:35-27-3.  Appropriate notation for credit in required curriculum area(s) completed through examination               


10. CHIEF OF STAFF  

(Action) (b) Discussion and possible action on the request for Supplemental Funds for Fiscal Year 2014 – 70 O.S. § 3-104 | memo (pdf)

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January 23, 2014

3. (Action)       (a) Discussion and possible action on minutes of the December 19, 2013 State Board of Education regular meeting | minutes (pdf)

4. State Superintendent

(b) 2012 Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching | memo (pdf)

5. Consent Docket (Action)

Discussion and possible action on the following deregulation applications, statutory waivers, and exemptions for the 2013-2014 school year and other requests:

(a) Library Media Services – OAC 210:35-5-71 and 210:35-9-71 | memo (pdf)
 Bridge Creek, Grady County
 
(b) Request approval on recommendations from the Teacher Competency Review Panel for applicants to receive a license - 70 O. S. § 6-202 | memo (pdf) | recommendations (pdf)

(c) Request approval on exceptions to State Board of Education teacher certification regulations to permit issuance of emergency (provisional) certificates – 70 O. S. § 6-187 | memo (pdf) | exceptions (pdf)

7. Financial Services

(a) Presentation of Achievement Awards for Excellence in Annual Financial Reporting | memo (pdf)

8. Academic Affairs

(Action) (a) Discussion and possible action of the TLE Commission Recommendations regarding pilot year Value-Added Model (VAM) policies and Five-Tier Rating System of the Teacher and Leader Effectiveness Evaluation System (TLE) | memo (pdf) | recommendations (pdf)

(Action) (b) Discussion and possible action to permit Tulsa Technology Center to offer Visual Graphic Design class for fine art credit for purposes of fulfilling requirements of 70 O.S. § 11-103.6 | memo (pdf)

(c) Discussion relating to the transfer of the Lifelong Learning Division of the State Department of Education to the Department of Career and Technology Education | memo (pdf)

(Action) (d) Discussion and possible action on the Advanced Placement First Time Materials and Equipment Grant pursuant to 70 O.S. § 1210.701-703 | memo (pdf) | applicants (pdf)

(Action) (e) Discussion and possible action on the Advanced Placement Second Time Materials and Equipment Grant pursuant to 70 O.S. § 1210.701-703 | memo (pdf) | applicants (pdf)

(Action) (f) Discussion and possible action on the Advanced Placement Training Grant pursuant to 70 O.S. § 1210.701-703 | memo (pdf) | applicants (pdf)

(Action) (g) Discussion and possible action on the Advanced Placement Vertical Team Grant awarded to a site for a specific discipline pursuant to 70 O.S. § 1210.701-703 | memo (pdf) | applicants (pdf)

(h) Presentation on the development of the draft Oklahoma Academic Standards for Science | draft standards

9. Legal Services

(Action) (a) Discussion and possible action on proposed administrative rules pursuant to Administrative Procedures Act, 75 O.S. 250, et. Seq. | rules

   (1) Chapter 20. Staff; Subchapter 9. Professional Standards: Teacher Education and Certification. Part 9. Teacher Certification - 210:20-9-105.  Non-traditional certification in special education

   (2) Chapter 20. Staff; Subchapter 9. Professional Standards: Teacher Education and Certification. Part 15. General Competencies for Licensure and Certification - 210:20-9-152.  General competencies for licensure and certification

   (3) Chapter 20. Staff; Subchapter 9. Professional Standards: Teacher Education and Certification. Part 1.  General Teaching Certificate Requirements - 210:20-9-9.  Kinds, types, classes and processing fees of certificates

   (4) Chapter 20. Staff; Subchapter 9. Professional Standards: Teacher Education and Certification. Part 9.  Teacher Certification - 210:20-9-102.  Career development program for paraprofessionals

(5) Chapter 20. Staff; Subchapter 9. Professional Standards: Teacher Education and Certification. Part 9.  Teacher Certification - 210:20-9-110.  Alternative placement teaching certificates

   (6) Chapter35. Standards for Accreditation of Elementary, Middle Level, Secondary, and Career and Technology Schools; Subchapter 1. General Provisions - 210:35-1-4.  Standards eligible for deregulation

Subchapter 3. Standards for Elementary, Middle Level, Secondary, and Career and Technology Schools. Part 1. Standard I: Philosophy (and/or Mission) and Goals
210:35-3-4. Standards eligible for deregulation
Part 3.  Standard II:  School-Community Relationships
210:35-3-24.  Standards eligible for deregulation
Part 5.  Standard III:  Administration and Organization
210:35-3-44.  Standards eligible for deregulation
Part 7.  Standard IV:  Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment and Climate
210:35-3-64.  Standards eligible for deregulation
Part 9.  Standard V:  The School Staff
210:35-3-84.  Standards eligible for deregulation
Part 11.  Standard VI:  Student Services
210:35-3-104.  Standards eligible for deregulation
Part 13.  Standard VII:  The Media Program
210:35-3-124.  Standards eligible for deregulation
Part 15.  Standard VIII:  Student Activities Program
210:35-3-144.  Standards eligible for deregulation
Part 17.  Standard IX:  Financial Support
210:35-3-164.  Standards eligible for deregulation
Part 19.  Standard X:  School Facilities
210:35-3-184.  Standards eligible for deregulation

Subchapter 5. Additional Standards for Elementary Schools
Part 9.  Standard V:  The School Staff
210:35-5-46.  Standards eligible for deregulation
Part 13.  Standard VII:  The Media Program
210:35-5-75.  Standards eligible for deregulation


Subchapter 7:  Additional Standards for Middle Level Schools
Part 5.  Standard III: Administration and Organization
210:35-7-22.  Standards eligible for deregulation
Part 9.  Standard V:  The School Staff
210:35-7-45.  Standards eligible for deregulation
Part 13.  Standard VII: The Media Program
210:35-7-65.  Standards eligible for deregulation

Subchapter 9:  Additional Standards for Secondary Schools
Part 5.  Standard III: Administration and Organization
210:35-9-22.  Standards eligible for deregulation
Part 9.  Standard V:  The School Staff
210:35-9-47.  Standards eligible for deregulation
Part 13.  Standard VII:  The Media Program
210:35-9-75.  Standards eligible for deregulation

   (7) Chapter 35. Standards for Accreditation of Elementary, Middle Level, Secondary, and Career and Technology Schools; Subchapter 3. Standards for Elementary, Middle Level, Secondary, and Career and Technology Schools Part 23. Standard XII: Deregulation, Waivers, and the School District Empowerment Program – Rules and Procedures - 210:35-3-228.  Required application criteria to be considered for requests for deregulations, waivers of statutory requirements, and participation in the School District Empowerment Program - 210:35-3-229.  Applications for participation in the School District Empowerment Program

   (8) Chapter 35. Standards for Accreditation of Elementary, Middle Level, Secondary, and Career and Technology Schools; Subchapter 3. Standards for Elementary, Middle Level, Secondary, and Career and Technology Schools Part 21.  Standard XI:  Accreditation Status - 210:35-3-201.  Statement of the standard

Last updated on January 5, 2018