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One Month In – The Most Recent COVID-19 Legal Developments (K-12) - Shared screen with speaker view
Scott S.
42:21
Nicole, it's hard to hear you! Sorry!
Michelle's iPad
42:25
you are breakingup
Lori Green
42:34
I cannot hear you!
kboch
42:40
Nicole, you are breaking up.
Ugochi Akoi
42:41
I hear nothing
jmerb
42:49
Sound is breaking up. My microphone is muted so it doesn't interfere
lykins.beth
42:57
in my past zoom meetings the video needs turned off to help in the sound
Greg Mathews
43:05
Video good; audio nothing
April Siegel-Green
43:09
I hear you now.
Margee Zimpher
43:11
better
Lori Green
43:20
Thanks! I can hear you now!
kboch
43:21
Sounds much better, thank you.
Dr. Erich Merkle
43:21
Everyone should put yourself on mute to avoid contamination of ambient noise....
jmerb
43:24
Sounds good
Deron Schwieterman
45:52
Guidance Regarding COVID-19 Positive Tests of a staff member and/or Quarantine of a staff member1. What do we do and how do we notify employees when this happens?2. Is there a difference between a positive test result and diagnosis without test but with quarantine.
JeremyBuskirk
49:53
Would FEMA reimbursement also include continuing to provide food to students in need even though we may not have adequate funds coming in to offset costs?
Josh
50:56
Would the FEMA application help with cost of computers for schools that do not have enough computers for their students?
Eva Anderson
51:10
The FEMA request for public assistance form linked from the B & E website has an expiration date of 12/31/19. I do not find another available form directly from FEMA. Is this an issue?
Nicole Donovsky
52:07
We will see if there is an updated link to the FEMA request.
Michelle Stahl
55:45
How has COVID-19 related legislation impacted unemployment benefits to employees? At a high level, how have eligibility and benefit payouts changed, particularly for those employed in the public sector?It sounds like my employees would earn more if we would furlough/layoff employees. Does that sound correct? Most employees make under $18/hour. They would make state unemployment and get the extra $600 per week from federal? Does that come in their weekly unemployment checks?
kboch
01:03:27
In regard to paying staff and contracts, how does this apply to our School Resource Officer? We contract with WPD. Thanks.
bblass
01:03:55
Are County Board of DD schools eligible for the CARES Act monies?
Michelle Stahl
01:03:58
Beverly keeps mentioning school districts. Does this only apply to schools? What about public libraries?
gina
01:08:21
How does a school apply for CARES funding?
AltenburgerK
01:09:09
Have any other garnishments been suspended? Chapter 13, etc?
Michelle Stahl
01:11:50
Does every entity need to post the DOL poster?
Doug Swartz
01:18:01
Div C - Emergency Family & Medical leave exp act.: I'm told that many of the laborers associated with a non-OFCC funded school construction project are utilizing this clause to stay at home. They are supposedly utilizing it in conjunction with the fact that they have an elderly family member living with them and or children under 16 years old. What onus do the prime/sub contractor and or CM@Risk have to show proof to the District (Owner) to justify work slowdowns/schedule extensions (claims) associated with reductions in on-site workforce.
Dr. Erich Merkle
01:18:04
Will there be a snapshot or notes posted from this presentation for reference?
Mona Burts-Beatty
01:18:11
what about if the child is significant disabilities and requires full time adult supervision but is over the age of 18-
Sodonnell
01:18:58
What if the employee must care for a child who is over the age of 18, but is on an IEP, therefore still in school?
saylorl
01:19:03
Yes, agree some cliff notes would be appreciated.
Derrick
01:20:13
Agreed and a FAQ document to the examples provided would be helpful as well. Thanks!
gina
01:25:50
We have a large number of substitutes applying for unemployment. They are employed on an as needed basis. Should they be eligible for unemployment benefits?
Mary Beth
01:29:43
When our Board approves supplemental contracts or stipends, the resolution includes language to prorate the amount if the work is partially completed. Does this cover us?
Danielle Prohaska
01:29:46
If contracts were paid out in full would we also have to give them a step for the year of service next year?
Nicole Marshall
01:30:41
Can'
Nicole Marshall
01:31:04
Can't the district assign these positions to work from home? Offer virtual meetings?
Nicole Donovsky
01:35:43
I am seeing smoke signals that we expect to run over possibly 10-15 minutes. We will be covering student issues along with some ideas for your TO DO list. We hope you can stick with us.
Beth Dill
01:36:23
Please let us know if any notes will be provided. I have to leave for a 1 pm ETR/IEP virtual meeting.
kgreenich
01:37:50
Heard in a meeting earlier today that ODE will be issuing guidance on evaluations by the end of the week. Hard to say we can 'complete' them when OTES requires SLO data and the majority of our teachers are C teachers and that data is required.
Nicole Donovsky
01:38:14
The webinar will be posted. In addition, we are updating our articles/guidance by topic very regularly. These are all located on our Resource Page.
Marie Ward
01:39:11
Can a board forgo evaluations for staff unless they are a concern for non-renewal? We do not have a collective bargaining agreement. We are an ESC.
Margee Zimpher
01:41:56
is this recording going to be available to us after this webinar?
Nicole Donovsky
01:42:31
Yes. It will be posted on our Resource page.
Philip Wagner
01:43:32
I have to jump off due to a 1:00 p.m. Thanks for the webinar and important updates.
Dr. Erich Merkle
01:45:02
Much appreciated, I need to step off for a next meeting. Take care and wishing all health....
Marie Ward
01:47:51
I need to jump off. Thank you!!!!
Christy Echevarria
01:49:12
Someone needs to mute
saylorl
01:49:54
Sound much better. Thank you.
saylorl
02:05:30
Thank you for keeping all of us informed. You are appreciated.
kgreenich
02:05:34
Thank you!
Jerry Stewart
02:05:41
Well done team!
marg rehling
02:05:45
Thanks so much!