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SCC Agenda & Minutes

SCC Meeting
May 11,2022
 
  • Call to Order:
    • Date: 5-11-22
    • Time: 2:47pm
    • By: Renee

 

  • Approve Minutes of Meeting of April 6, 2022
    • Minutes approved by Katherine and James

2022.04.06 SCC mtg agenda and minutes.docx

Old Business
    • Nominate members for next year's SCC.
      • Student - Elections in August
      • Classified-1 Nomination Lori Takemoto
      • Certificated-1 Nomination Arleen Bourcier
 
    • Academic Plan Assurances and submittal
 
New Business
    • Voting Process and winners for the open SCC positions for next year.
    • No vote necessary as we only got 1 nomination from the classified and the certificated.
    • Principal Survey
    • SCC Documents
 
Announcements:
  • Next Meeting: Next School Year (to be scheduled at the beginning of next school year)
  • Events: e-recycling fundraiser on May 14th, 2022
 
 
  • Adjournment Time: 3:13pm by Rysen and Lori

Attendees: James, Renee, Lucricia, Morgan, Rysen, Laura, Katherine, Arleen, Lori

 
 
SCC Meeting
May 11, 2022
245-345
 
Call To Order
Approve minutes of April 6 Meeting
 
Old Business
  • Nominate members for next year's SCC. 
Classified-1 Nomination Lori Takemoto
Certificated-1 Nomination Arleen Bourcier
Students - Pending Election August 2022
 
Academic Plan Assurances and submittal

 

New Business
    • Voting Process and winners for the open SCC positions for next year.
    • No vote necessary as we only got 1 nomination from the classified and the certificated.
    • Principal Survey
    • SCC Documents
    •  

KEEPING US ON TRACK:

 

  •         June 2022 - Complete SCC Self-Assessment Survey by June 30th.

 https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SCCAssessSY21-22

 

Announcements:
Next Meeting: Next School Year
  • Events: e-Waste fundraiser
  • Other Meetings:
Adjournment

Participants:

James Suster-Principal

Katherine Alarcio-Secretary

Laura Ginoza-Certificated

Lucricia Amaral-Classified

Renee Morikawa-Chairperson

Morgan Castro-Vice Chairperson

Kaylani Gordon-Student Representative

Rysen Ramiro-Student Representative

 
  • Call to Order:
    • Date: April 6, 2022
    • Time: 2:52pm
    • By: Renee

 

  • Approve Minutes of Meeting of March 9, 2022
    • Minutes approved by: Kaylani and Rysen

 

2022.03.09 SCC mtg agenda and minutes.docx

  • Old Business
    • Previously went over the Academic Plan 

 

  • New Business
    • Academic/Financial Plan

Pearl City Elementary Academic Plan

PCEL Budget.xlsx

Academic Plan Feedback (SCC/Parents)

Academic Plan Feedback (Staff)

PCES Academic Plan - SCC Assurances Form (Rev Feb 2022)

  • Some areas of the Academic plan needed to be edited to be more specific
  • Specifically math was updated to reflect that as a school we are working towards using a more cohesive math program
  • Social studies was taken out. Teachers will still cover social studies, but we won’t be doing any focused PD’s for social studies
  • NGSS and computer science were also updated to be more specific
  • Financial Academic plan approved by Lucricia and Katherine
  • Academic Plan - SCC Assurances Form
    • 1. Yes and no - we have all roles required, but each role was filled voluntarily due to changes in Admin, instead of being voted in
    • School community meeting was conducted to share the school data and gather input on student priorities on March 9th, 2022 - signed by James and Renee
    • School community meeting was conducted to share the draft academic plan and financial plan and gather feedback and recommendations on April 6th, 2022 - signed by James and Renee
    • No SCC recommendations for the academic plan
    •  
    • Nominate members for next year's SCC. 
    • Student
    • Classified
    • Certificated

     

    • Rollover current Members for
    • Community
    • Parent

    How should we do the voting and nominations?

    • James/Renee could send out emails to see who could be nominated
    • Ballot would go out based on nominations 
    • Nominations and voting done by May 11, 2022
  • KEEPING US ON TRACK:

     

    •         May 2022 - Complete SCC principal survey and submit to CAS by June 3rd.
    •         June 2022 - Complete SCC Self-Assessment Survey by June 30th.

     

    • Announcements:
    • Next Meeting: May 11, [email protected] 2:45pm?
    • Events: Regal Bakery Fundraiser, School Health Fair, e-Waste fundraiser
    • Rysen and Kaylani to recommend students that could help volunteer with the recycling fundraiser on May 14th, 2022
    • Other Meetings:
  • Adjournment Time: 3:17pm
 
Post
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
SCC MEETING
Wednesday April 6, 2022
245-345
 
Approve Minutes of Meeting of March 9, 2022
Old Business
New Business
    • Academic/Financial Plan Feedback
    • PCES Academic Plan - SCC Assurances Form (Rev Feb 2022)
    • PCEL Budget

 

    • Nominate members for next years SCC - Student, Classified, Certificated
    • Rollover current Members for Community Parent
    • How should we do the voting and nominations?
KEEPING US ON TRACK:
  •         May 2022 - Complete SCC principal survey and submit to CAS by June 3rd.
  •         June 2022 - Complete SCC Self-Assessment Survey by June 30th.

 

Announcements:
  • Next Meeting: May 11, [email protected] 2:45pm?
  • Events: Regal Bakery Fundraiser, School Health Fair, e-Waste fundraiser
  • Other Meetings:
SCC Board:

James Suster-Principal

Katherine Alarcio-Secretary

Laura Ginoza-Certificated

Lucricia Amaral-Classified

Renee Morikawa-Chairperson

Morgan Castro-Vice Chairperson (virtual)

Kaylani Gordon-Student Representative (virtual)

Rysen Ramiro-Student Representative

 

Call to Order:
    • Date: 3/9/22
    • Time: 2:49pm
    • By: Chairperson Renee
Approve Minutes of Meeting of January 26, 2022
    • Minutes approved by: Rysen and Lucricia

 

2022.1.26 SCC mtg agenda and minutes.docx

Old Business
Waiver Day Request:Requesting 3rd waiver day for complex academies
 
New Business
Academic/Financial Plan
PCEL Budget
•Projected enrollment: 432
•ff enrollment is not made by August 20th, extra money is returned
•Teacher lines/positions are already decided
•Casual hires, school needs (a/c maintenance, cleaning supplies, etc.,), tech supplies, curriculum program, are all budgeted items
•ESSER funds have also been used to pay for some curriculum programs
•This will help to ensure we have the money to pay all teachers and not need to cut positions
ACADEMIC PLAN
•Proficiency data has down from previous years due to covid
•Science scores were previously 41% passing, this year it has already progressed to 50% passing
•Where are we now?
•This area prioritizes school needs
•Math and reading: looking into comprehensive programs that can be used from K-6
•Consistency with GLOs
•Integrating subjects
•Mentoring new teachers or teachers that are new to our school
•Career exploration opportunities
•Data teams process
STUDENT SUCCESS
•Acquisition of skills and mindsets in line with graduate profile
•Students receive appropriate instruction and interventions aligned with ELA and Math
•PBL projects
•Prepare for transitions between elementary, intermediate, and high school
•Well rounded education
STAFF SUCCESS
•Opportunities to work together with staff
•Strengthen pedagogical practices within ELA and math, and science, computer science, and HCS3 standards(social studies standards)
•Strengthen pedagogical practices with students who need EL and/or IDEA support
Mentors on campus for all probationary teacher
SUCCESSFUL SYSTEMS OF SUPPORT
  • Developing academies - an ambassador program (student leaders)
  • Develop and sustain HMTSS based on school design, academic needs, social/emotional needs, physical well-being
  • PCES will have improved opportunities for the success of EL students
  • PCES will help improve overall daily attendance
  • PCES will have clear vision of programs of support to guide planning and operations
  • Committees has also been formed to help with events, SEL programs, and parent engagement
 

KEEPING US ON TRACK:

  •         March 2022 – Deadline for new SCC Waiver Requests with HSTA Checklists submitted to the Complex Area Superintendent is Friday, March 4, 2022. Plan/host a Community Meeting for parents and community members.
  •         April 2022 – Academic Plans and SCC Assurances due by April 15th. Nominate and elect /SCC members for vacant positions for SY22-23.
  •         May 2022 - Complete SCC principal survey and submit to CAS by June 3rd.
  •         June 2022 - Complete SCC Self-Assessment Survey by June 30th.

 

  • Announcements:
  • Next Meeting: April 6, [email protected] 2:45pm
  • Events: CSLD Event tonight for families who signed up.
  • Other Meetings:
 
ADJOURNMENT TIME: 3:24PM
ATTENDEES: SCC Members, Joshua Darby, Wanda Hope, Garett Inoue, Travis Mori, GI_2027
 
 
SCC Meeting

Wednesday, March 9 · 2:45 – 3:45pm

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- Purpose of this meeting is to Go Over the Financial and Academic Plan.
- Old Business - Waiver Day Request
- New Business - Academic/Financial Plan
- Announcements:
  • Next Meeting:
  • Events: CSLD Event tonight
  • Other Meetings:

 

 
Date - January 26, 2022 

2:44pm - 3:11pm

Location:  Library



Participants:

James Suster-Principal

Katherine Alarcio-Secretary

Laura Ginoza-Certificated

Lucricia Amaral-Classified

Renee Morikawa-Chairperson

Morgan Castro-Vice Chairperson

Kaylani Gordon-Student Representative

Rysen Ramiro-Student Representative


Meeting Norms:

  • Start and End on Time
  • Everyone Participates


Time

Topic

Facilitator

 

  • Purpose of this meeting is to Go Over the Waiver Day requests.

SCC Bylaws

 

  • Call to Order:
    • Date:January 26, 2022
    • Time:2:44pm
    • By: Chairperson Renee

 

  • Approve Minutes of Meeting of November 23, 2021
    • Minutes approved by Rysen and Lucricia

2021.11.23 SCC mtg agenda and minutes.docx

  • Unfinished Business
    • ESSER Update
      • Air purifiers have been received in all classrooms with students
      • 6th grade changing from Go Math to Intro Math; ESSER funds will be used for Intro Math
      • Stem Scopes program (K-6) to be paid for with ESSER
      • Stepping Stones and Auto B Goode also to be paid for with ESSER
      • Summer school no longer to be funded by ESSER
      • Once remaining ESSER funds are given to schools, playground changes can start
    • New Schedule Update
      • Fridays now end at 2:45pm

 

  • New Business
    • Waiver Day Requests
    • Waiver Day Slide Show
      • One waiver day per school in SY ‘22-’23
      • Teachers will visit PC Highschool to observe academies model
      • Elementary schools will add awareness to different careers/academies
      • Complex area goal: SY ‘23-’24 full implementation of school academies
      • Career academies prepare students for college and careers
        • Small learning community
        • College prep sequential curriculum with career theme 
        • Advisory board
      • Rigorous academics, sense of belonging, and quality student support
      • High school/intermediate/elementary graduate goals are similar across the board
      • Expose, explore, experience, employment
      • Pearl City complex uses the 5 P’s 
      • Waiver day to be approved by SCC then teachers

 

  • Announcements:
    • Next Meeting: Mar 9, 2022(Wednesday; Library; 2:45pm) - Open to larger audience that can attend virtually
    • Events:
    • Other Meetings:
 

 

  • Adjournment Time: 3:11pm
 
  • Purpose of this meeting is to Go Over the Waiver Day requests
  • Approve Minutes of Meeting of November 23, 2021
  • Unfinished Business
    • ESSER Update
    • New Schedule Update
 

 

  • Announcements:
    • Next Meeting:

Date:  Friday 11/23/21 2:45pm - 3:45pm

Location:  Library

 

 

Participants:

James Suster

Katherine Alarcio

Laura Ginoza

Lucricia Amaral

Renee Morikawa

Morgan Castro

Keylani Gordon 

Rysen Ramiro

 

Meeting Norms:

  • Start and End on Time
  • Everyone Participates

Time

Topic

2:45pm-3:35pm

      Review SCC Bylaws and role of SCC

      Vote for SCC roles

      Renee Morikawa: Chairperson

      Morgan Castro: Vice chairperson

      Katherine Alarcio: Secretary

      Unanimous vote for all roles

SCC Bylaws

 

      Talk about our ESSER Request document and vote for approval

FINAL ESSER III Educational Plan Slide Deck

 

      ESSER Funds

      PCEL is getting $220,000 from ESSER Funds

      Money is being received for the next 2 years

      Input will be taken about what funds are needed for

      Major Focus areas

      Health and safety

      Accelerated learning

      Social emotional learning

      Fiscal plan

      Minimum 23% of funds for learning loss mitigation

      Minimum 1% go to summer learning/enrichment

      1% to comprehensive after school programs

      PCEL ESSER Funds Plan

      Academics

      Reading foundational skills

      ($34,000) Reading programs

      Social/emotional

      Support students transitioning back to full in person learning

      ($120,000) New  playground

      Health and safety

      Improve safety in classroom

      Provide tools for custodians

      Electronic sprayers ($5,500)

      Air purifiers ($25,000)

      First drop of ESSER funds will be used for health/safety

 

      SCC Input

      Unanimously approved for ESSER funds

 

      Talk about our change of schedule and vote for approval

School Schedule

      Schedule change

      For bell to bell minutes we are short

      Total news to be 1,800 minutes per week; we are currently at 1,770

      Faculty would like to add 30 minutes to Friday, starting in 2nd semester

      Friday end time would be 12:45pm

      Unanimously approved by SCC

 

      Need approval for other employees to sign checks for the school.

      Proposing to add new Account Clerk Reinalda Trinidad. TA Principal James Suster

      Unanimously approved by SCC

 

      Go around and discuss any other new business from all stakeholders

      Momilani El. did a vaccine clinic last week

      American Heart Association would like to do a presentation/activity for students; it is also a fundraiser for American Heart Association

      4-H could possibly partner with garden club

      Renee has connection with Mari’s garden; they’re asking if we want to start aquaponics again

       

StriveHIPearlCityEl21.pdf

      SBA tests show drop in scores in ELA, math, and science (Distance learning)

      Improvement is expected this year

      PCEL is showing higher scores than complex/state scores

 

3:35pm-3:45pm

      Close Meeting and schedule our next meeting

 

      Meeting adjourned at 3:35pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
-Review SCC Bylaws and role of SCC
-Vote for SCC roles
-Approval of check signing authorizations
-Talk about our ESSER Request document and vote for approval
-Talk about our change of schedule and vote for approval
-Go around and discuss any other new business from all stakeholders
-Schedule our next meeting