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#InThisTogether – Ohio Legislature Responds to K-12 Needs During COVID-19 Pandemic - Shared screen with speaker view
fscruci
05:18
yes
fscruci
06:00
Hello everyone and thank you Bricker and Eckler for hosting this.
fscruci
13:17
yes
Craig Kupferberg
15:19
Does O.R.C. 3319.081 (G) mean that for non-teaching employees, we should be paying their normal wages and not charging sick leave?
Mark P
28:48
what about PUBLIC participation requirements or how to handle?-thank you
Geoff Andrews
30:01
You can do that using breakout rooms in the Zoom application
Geoff Andrews
30:48
That referenced the issue of inviting people in and out of Executive Session.
Judge Eric Brown
33:20
If board has policy allowing limited public comment during regular board meetings, must (or should) board act to suspend the policy if it wants to eliminate the opportunity for comment during virtual meetings?
Terri Holden
33:22
for minimum hour requirement, is the state counting virtual days as 1:1?
Suzanne
33:41
Is there an hour requirment for school district special need Preschool Programs?
Burras.Jonathan
35:39
Suzanne -- my understanding is only if you accept ECE funds. If you do, then its the 455 hours.
Burras.Jonathan
36:43
could it extend to students with suspected disabilities?
weberb
39:23
Will Bricker supply a template to include in the Board meeting notice to inform that the meeting is being held via virtual means?
Suzanne Eachus
39:56
what did you say about written consent for related services if provided online?
Trevor Thomas
40:12
So does setting aside sanctions inadvertently delay EdChoice by yet another year?
Swinehart
40:35
Does the Spec Ed "written notice" need to be a PWN to each student or can it be a letter to parents?
Mark P
42:51
re: Public Meetings
jeffrey.berk
43:13
What about EOC points and Alt graduation pathways? do they still need to be completed?
Mark P
43:26
Does the free version of zoom allow breakout rooms or paid version only?
Mark P
43:47
Do we need to 'record' our meetings regardless of platform?
Micki Egli
44:05
re: graduation - Do we grant diplomas if students have failed last semester of required course (ie. year 4 of English or Math)?
mshort
45:56
To continue Micki’s question, what about students who may have passed first semester but were not passing in the third quarter?
smigliore
46:01
if career centers were planning to use Webexams as the alternative pathway, but all tests have not been given, what options do we have?
Lisa Giuffre
46:27
RE: PK what about the ELA and COS, are those not to be completed this year?
Ed Ingman, The Charles School
46:46
Re: graduation - If a student has not met the sub score requirements for graduation, will they still need to do so at a later time or is that requirement being waived if the school deems their progress to be adequate in their required courses?
mitzi.boyd
47:18
Does the Early Childhood ELA testing fall under the same State Testing guidelines and not required to be completed for the spring?
Mary Beth
49:34
Does the licensure extension apply to CTE teachers, who came from business and who are taking the required 24 college hours, or only those coming through the college pathway?
kboch
49:56
So, if a teacher has a provisional license and is working on obtaining a supplemental license in order to teach a different subject, do they also have until July 1, 2021 to complete the subject area assessment?
Brian Rau
52:24
I thought legislation stated these evaluations are permissive.
Brian Rau
53:08
If you plan on offering a subsequent contract.
Edward Weber
58:30
Can you repeat the continuing contract information again?
Carole Morbitzer
01:05:18
Evaluations for this year…can we completely use performance evaluation from observations/walkthroughs? Which means we wouldn’t use VA from 2018/2019 and SLOs from this year (because teachers haven’t been able to finish their SLOs)
Michelle Grim
01:13:26
For special education re-evaluations; do we adjust the already planned evaluations to record reviews or do we wait to complete the evaluation until we return?
Nicole Donovsky
01:13:27
We will do our best to finish shortly after 1 p.m. but want to make sure we provide the complete summary of HB 197. Thank you for joining us.
bblass
01:15:01
For IEP's due between March 14th through the end of this school year, should wording for alternative means of instruction be included?
Judge Eric Brown
01:22:43
Re: Primary Election. If application for absentee ballot must be mailed to BOE and postage will not be prepaid, may a local government, non-profit or anyone provide the postage to a person for use to mail the application? Alternatively, may an organization distribute application forms, collect them, and deliver them in a batch directly to BOE?
Brian Rau
01:22:45
Thank you for the updates
Judge Eric Brown
01:23:09
Thank you!