Los Feliz Neighborhood Council

Representation Education

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Email education@losfeliznc.org

News & Updates

Education Committee – July Meeting

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  1. Call to Order. Roll Call
  2. Public Comments on Non-agenda items
  3. Comments from the Chair (Rodriguez) on Committee/Project Status.
    1. CA Assembly Bill 17 – AB 17 would create a statewide program to provide $20 million for reduced-fare or free transit passes for low-income middle, high school, and public college and university students in California. Passing AB 17 would lower the cost of education for students, increasing access to education and opportunity.
    2. LAUSD Summer 2017 Reading Challenge – Superintendent King challenges our students to read a minimum of 100 minutes a week this summer and to complete the summer reading log(s) attached to this post! Challengers who meet this goal may submit their complete log and school name to nominate their school for an opportunity to receive $10,000 toward a school library makeover and a very special visit from a published author. Submit readings logs to: email hidden; JavaScript is required For additional information call (213) 241-5333.
    3. Board of Education L.A. Unified Leading, Learning, and Succeeding Resolution – Authored by newly-elected Board President Dr. Ref Rodriguez, the “L.A. Unified Learning, Leading and Succeeding for Students” resolution calls for Superintendent Dr. Michelle King, working in partnership with the board, to evaluate – as its utmost priority – the impact that any action, resolution, policy or contract would have on student achievement.
    4. Board of Education Foster Youth College and Career Success Tracking Resolution – The resolution ensures foster students are enrolled, engaged, and on-track to graduate high school and continue to make progress in college and careers; and also directs Superintendent King to report back in the fall of 2017 on the data-sharing with Cal-PASS Plus, which tracks foster students from kindergarten through four years of college, and the distribution of information regarding their status consistent with applicable laws.
  5. Other comments and announcements

6. Adjourn

Education Committee Meeting – April 2017

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  1. Call to Order. Roll Call
  2. Public Comments on Non‐agenda items
  3. Comments from the Chair (Rodriguez) on Committee/Project Status.
    1. Implementing Model School Library Standards in the Los Angeles Unified School District (Res‐050‐16/17)
    2. LAUSD Campaign – Celebrate Multilingual Learners: A video challenge for students
    3. California School Accountability Dashboard ‐
    4. LAUSD schools and offices will remain up and running on May 1 ‐ An Open Letter on May Day from Supt. Michelle King
    1. King Middle School Noise Orinance Issue – The committee will hear from community stakeholdersregarding a formal complaint regarding amplified sound.
    2. Griffith Park Public Access ‐ The committee will discuss the Friends of Griffith Park’s April 15th Rally.
    3. LAUSD Board of Education Resolution in Support of Realigning Administrative Headquarters Staffing andResources to Support Student Success (Res‐051‐16/17)
    4. MOTION: Approve previous Education Committee meeting minutes.
  5. Other comments and announcements
  6. Adjourn


Public Safety Committee Meeting – August 2016


Public Safety Agenda August 2016

  1. Call to Order. Roll Call.


  1. Public Comments on Non-agenda items.


  1. Comments from the Chair (Hain) on Committee/Project Status.


  1. Approve July, 2016 meeting minutes


  1. Public Safety Budget submitted


  1. Neighborhood clean up


  1. Address safety concerns in the area


  1. Los Feliz crime updates


  1. Homeless meeting with Hollywood United Neighborhood Council


  1. Map Your Neighborhood


  1. Other comments and announcements.


  1. Adjourn

Join the Education Committee

Join the Education Committee and plug into conversations about programs and legislation affecting Los Feliz schools. Learn more about and influence action being taken by municipal government and recommend worthwhile education projects and initiatives. In addition, review education standards, advise on strategic planning efforts, and take part in evaluating Neighborhood Purposes Grants.

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