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Office of School Improvement October 2013 . 2013-2014 EDUCATIONAL EXCELLENCE SCHOOL ADVISORY COUNCIL TRAINING. EESAC 101- What you need to know…. OUR STUDENTS’ SUCCESSES . Objectives. Communicate EESAC roles and responsibilities Provide tools and resources to ensure compliance
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Follow along as we go live to walk you through the Roster updates.
Any changes to the minimum requirements must be done with a waiver. Please contact the Office of School Improvement at (305) 995-2692 for assistance with this process.
Do I call OSI or do I check my By-Laws??
Bylaws are here somewhere!
But when will the meeting actually be scheduled?
Once you click the “ADD Meeting” button, it will generate a confirmation notice.
IS MY MEETING POSTED????
DO I NEED TO CANCEL OR EDIT MY MEETING?
It should appear here!
To update or cancel a meeting click the folder option in the first column.
The Password is case sensitive.
You may cancel the meeting. If you change the DATE OR TIMEyou must cancel the meeting and post a new one.
You may edit the content.
EESAC meeting - Agenda will include decisions on the use of EESAC funds.
1. The Chair shall prepare and distribute the agenda for all regular and special meetings.
2. Notification to Members
All members must receive at leastthree days’ advance
notice in writingof any matter that is scheduled to come
before the Council for a vote.
3. Adding to the Agenda
(Check your school’s bylaws for variations)
SEE THE APPENDICES FOR SPECIFIC AGENDA CATEGORIES
Align your EESAC Agenda to comply with updates for your school’s DA Compliance Checklist as applicable.
IMPORTANT MID-YEAR COMPLIANCE ELEMENTS
Confirm the number of VOTING members (Not including alternates) on your roster. This is the number used to establish a quorum.
If a voting member is not present, the alternate for that position is the voting member for that meeting.
Assistant principals may only serve as the alternate if a waiver has been filed and approved.
The designated UTD steward may appoint someone to attend and vote at an EESAC meeting in their absence.
“A decision was made through consensus that $500 will be used from the EESAC funds to provide training to the staff on Differentiated Instruction.”
Mary Smith – YES
Linda Fife – NO
Juan Alvarez – YES
Sherian Jones – YES
Dolores Smith – NO
William Sanchez – conflict of interest…………..
The minutes of a meeting should contain enough information that a person not attending the meeting could read the minutes and understand what decisions were made and how they were made.
I can do this if I
The current principal, whether or not they were the principal at the time of a meeting, is responsible for verifying all prior minutes.
09-12-13 02:40 PM
All sections must be filled in.
Remove any from un-excused to excused as appropriate.
Principal uses the 8-digit verification code here!
Once verified, the minutes can NOT be modified!!!
The District uses CASAS as its means of equitably distributing resources across schools. The School Allocation Plan is the basis for all CASAS allocations.
Principals use the School Based Budget System (SBBS) to build budgets for schools with the resources allocated to them through CASAS.
In January 2010, the District went live with SAP as its financial management system. Schools, and all staff, now use “FM” to monitor budgets throughout the year.
Ron Steiger, Chief Budget Officer
For School Budget questions contact Budget Supervisor:
North: Dorothea Payton 305-995-2465
Central: Keisha Johnson-Cabrera 305-995-1886
South: Paul Mickey 305-995-1574
ETO & SPED : Ana Ramos 305-995-2483
Ms. Ja’nine M. Bryant
Ms. Linda G. Fife
Ms. Pamela J. Wentworth