Pre-State Allocation Board Meeting December 14, 2011. Presented By. California Department of Education. School Facility Program Funds Available. New Construction Bond Authority. Propositions 1D, 55 & 47 New Construction Bond Authority - $14.908 billion (in millions). Agenda Highlights.
Pre-State Allocation Board MeetingDecember 14, 2011
California Department of Education
Propositions 1D, 55 & 47 New Construction Bond Authority - $14.908 billion
The October 2011 General Obligation Bond sale provided $963.7 million for the School Facility Program.
The Unfunded List as presented in each month’s Agenda.
The Unfunded List sorted by “Yes” certifications only.
The Unfunded List – Highlights indicated type of funding from which the Unfunded Approval was provided.
The Unfunded List – Highlights Proposition 47 projects receiving apportionments. (Attachment C)
The Unfunded List – Highlights Proposition 55 projects receiving apportionments. (Attachment D)
The Unfunded List – Highlights Proposition 1D projects receiving apportionments. (Attachment E)
In the case that multiple rescissions are made by the Board, each separate application will be placed at the bottom of the unfunded approvals list in the order of the original unfunded approval date. The District will not be required to re-submit the application and no further application review will be required.
The District acknowledges that by participating in the priority funding round, the District is waiving its right to a standard 18-month timeline for fund release submittal.
All certifications must be submitted to the following address:
Office of Public School Construction
Subject: Priority Funding Round
707 3rd Street
West Sacramento, California 95605
Monitor any mailed certifications by tracking the parcel and receiving delivery confirmation.
When submitting a PIF certification submittal package to OPSC, do the following:
When submitting a PIF certification submittal package to OPSC, please do not include the following:
Know your project’s fund release requirements or special issues
Tips for submitting an ORG funding application:
The proposed SFP Regulations would:
November & December Imp meetings
AB 436 (Solorio) Labor Compliance
Dept. of Industrial Relations Staff
Presented DIR Regulations under AB 436
Answered questions, heard District & OPSC comments
OPSC proposed regulations reviewed in depth
Developed implementation scenarios
Completed regulation package for Board approval
Next meeting: Friday, January 13, 2012 9:30am
SB 128 (Lowenthal) High Performance Criteria
Updates on AB 436 implementation
Minor regulation clean-up
Project Information Worksheet Requirements Online Custom Reports
California will provide a world-class education for all students, from early childhood to adulthood. The Department of Education serves our state by innovating and collaborating with educators, schools, parents, and community partners. Together, as a team, we prepare students to live, work, and thrive in a highly connected world.
Innovate Collaborate Serve Learn
The U.S. Department of Education’s Green Ribbon Schools Award is intended to recognize those schools taking a comprehensive approach to greening their school.
A comprehensive approach incorporates and integrates environmental learning with maximizing positive environmental and health impacts.
The award criteria are intended to focus on measurable outcomes wherever possible.
SPI Torlakson Indicates CA to Participate
Established, Draft Application
and Scoring Rubric to meet
Application reviews will be based on the applicant’s demonstrated progress toward the goals of each of the three ED-Green Ribbon School Pillars:
Pillar I: Net zero environmental impact
Pillar II: Net positive impact on the health and performance of students and staff
Pillar III: 100% of the school’s graduates are environmentally and sustainability literate
A. Reduce greenhouse gas emissions, using an energy audit or emissions inventory and reduction plan, cost effective energy efficiency improvements and on-site renewable energy and/or purchase of green power
B. Improved water quality, efficiency, and conservation
C. Reduction of solid waste production, through increased recycling, reduced consumption, and improved management, reduction, or elimination of hazardous waste systems
D. Expanded use of alternative transportation to, during, and from school, through active promotion of locally available options and implementation of enabling projects and policies
A. An integrated school environmental health program based on an operations and facility-wide environmental management system that considers student and staff health and safety in all practices related to design, construction, renovation, operations, and maintenance of school grounds
B. High standards of nutrition, fitness, and quantity of quality outdoor time for both students and staff
Interdisciplinary learning about the key relationships between dynamic environmental, energy, and human systems
Use of the environment and sustainability to develop STEM content knowledge and thinking skills to prepare graduates for the 21st century technology-driven economy
Development of civic engagement knowledge and skills, and students’ application of these to address sustainability and environmental issues in their community
Element 3A: 15 points
Element 3B: 5 points
Element 3C: 5 points
Element 3D: 5 points
Element 2A: 15 points
Element 2B: 15 points
Element 1A: 20 points
Element 1B: 5 points
Element 1C: 10 points
Future Website Address:
Applications Received (as of 12-1-2011):
PHASE 1: Verification of Eligibility
Bulletin 11-08 (to be released)
Occupant Load Determination and Posting in Assembly Occupancies