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  • Monday, December 04, 2017

     

    Two OUSD Board meetings this week

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    OUSD Board of Trustees to hold Special Session and Regular Session meetings this week

    ORANGE, CA   The Orange Unified School District Board of Trustees will hold two meetings this week.

    On Tuesday, December 5th,  the Board will hold a Special Session to discuss the process of hiring a new superintendent. While the discussions on the process will occur in Closed Session, Public Comments can be made prior to adjournment into the Closed Session.  The meeting will be held in Building B of the OUSD District Office Campus.
    OUSD Board of Education Special Session

    TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2017 6:00 P.M.
    BUILDING B CONFERENCE ROOM
    For the Agenda click on:  DECEMBER 5, 2017 


    On Thursday the OUSD Board will hold its regularly scheduled meeting.  Meeting in the regular OUSD Boardroom at the District Office Campus. The agenda items include:
    Item 13A: An increase in developer fees
    Item 13D: Interim Budget Report
    Item 14A: Annual Audit Report
    Item 14B: Measure S Report-Orange H.S. Design Development Report 

    The Thursday, December 7th Board Meeting's Closed Session starts at 5:00 pm, with the Regular Session beginning at 7:00 pm.
    TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 2017 5:00 P.M. Closed Session/ 7:00 pm Regular Session
    OUSD BOARD ROOM

    For the Agenda click on: DECEMBER 7, 2017



    Thursday, November 30, 2017

     

    Its a Greater Orange Holiday

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    Greater Orange celebrations 

    open holiday season







    OPA  and Plaza Tree lighting, Santa Tour,  and 20th Villa Park Dry Land Boat Parade




    Orange Park Acres Tree Lighting 
    Saturday December 2nd
    The Christmas holiday season’s official Greater Orange kickoff for 2017 will  be in  Orange Park Acres (OPA). The OPA will open the Greater Orange Holidays with its Community Tree Lighting at the corner of  Orange Park Blvd and Santiago Canyon.  

    The OPA will kick-off the holiday season with a down-home tree lighting complete with caroling, candy canes, home-baked cookies, hot chocolate, coffee and kids crafts.

    OPA will be collecting donations for Love Bugs Rescue (www.lovebugsrescue.org) and gifts for Operation Santa Claus to provide Christmas presents for foster children and children in needy families.

     

    23rd Annual Plaza Tree Lighting Ceremony and Candlelight Choir Procession December 3rd
    The City of Orange Plaza Tree Lighting Ceremony and Candlelight Choir Procession kickoff celebrates 23 years of tree lighting ceremonies in the Historic Old Towne Orange Plaza on Sunday December 3, 2017.

    At 5:15 p.m. we will officially light our tree for the season, which will then become the backdrop for a 350-voice choir candlelight procession orchestra, led by Greater Orange legendary  musical director Michael Short.

    The 2017 guest narrator for the holiday evening will be former Orange County Supervisor Bill Campbell.

    The whole family is invited to this free event to enjoy good cheer, photo opportunities with Santa, and family fun activities including crafts, carnival games and a moon bouncer.

    As always, refreshments will be sold by local non-profit groups for a nominal fee, which goes to support their works in the community.

    The traditional local kick-off to the holiday season starts at 3:30 p.m., as Santa Claus comes to the Old Towne Plaza for kids of all ages. 

    The center piece of the event-the official tree lighting-will take place at  5:15 p.m. with the traditional candle light choir procession. 

    In case of rain please call the official Orange Special Events Hotline for details: 714-744-7278.


    Santa to Tour Villa Park December 9th 
    before heading back to the North Pole
    Few people outside Villa Park may know that Santa and Mrs. Claus keep their Southern California vacation residence right here in Greater Orange at the Claus Villa in Villa Park.

    Each year before making the final push towards getting ready for that Christmas Eve world tour, the Claus family spends a weekend at their Villa Park get-a-way. Traditionally, Santa has thanked his home-away-from home neighbors with the Annual Villa Park Santa Tour winding his way through Greater Orange's “Hidden Jewel” in a bright red fire truck. 

    This year’s Santa's annual tour (with some locally famous very large elves) is Saturday December 9, 2017 from 8:00 am- 3:30 pm.

    Along with the scheduled stops, Santa has been known to drop by or stop along the route where ever there is a gathering of believers. 

    For more information contact the Villa Park City Hall at 714-998-1500. 

    The Annual Santa Tour is sponsored by the Villa Park Foundation.

    For more information CLICK ON: Santa Tour


    20th Anniversary of 
    Villa Park Inland Boat Parade  
    Sunday Dec 11th
    Being land-locked never bothered many in Greater Orange, especially in Villa Park where the Annual Great Villa Park Inland Boat Parade takes place on Sunday December 11th, 2017. 

    This year's 20th Annual theme is "Decades of Holiday D'Lights".

    The flotilla sails through the backwaters of Villa Park, starting at 5:00 pm from Villa Park High School on Sunday December 11th. The mighty Villa Park Fleet will sail to the Villa Park Towne and Community Centre arriving around 6:00 pm. for more hometown festivities including a tree lighting ceremony and entertainment.

    The Great Villa Park Inland Boat Parade is sponsored by the Villa Park Foundation.


    For a map and more information CLICK ON and scroll to the bottom: VP Boat Parade
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    Wednesday, November 08, 2017

     

    Were OUSD bond opponents right?

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    Trustees appear to be trying to prove the facility bond  opponents were right after all ...
    OUSD Board looks to spend hundreds of thousands of educational tax dollars on public relations
    How bad has the OUSD Board's reputation become?

    Apparently bad enough that after almost 20 years, the Orange Unified Trustees are contemplating spending hundreds of thousands of educational tax dollars on public relations.

    On the November 9, 2017 OUSD Agenda, Information Item 16 B (Agenda page 32) will be a follow-up staff report on options for obtaining an OUSD Public Relations position. Staff will present the cost options of an in-house public relations position and a consultant public relations firm.

    The move comes on the heels of reported blistering remarks about the OUSD Board in the stakeholder surveys for a new OUSD Superintendent and just a year after OUSD voters approved a massive tax increase in the form of Measure S to update the district's high schools.

    Ironically, part of the opposition to the numerous bond attempts from the community were that the schools were in such dire disrepair because the OUSD Trustees and the OUSD Administration could not manage the budgeted educational tax dollars.  Now with Measure S passed after a Herculean effort by the administration of former Superintendent Mike Christensen, it appears that the OUSD Trustees are ready to not learn from history.  First by numerous accounts forcing a popular Superintendent out , and next  by hiring a public relations firm and returning to a educational tax wasting model.

    The Reactionary Jacobson Board that was eventually recalled in the famous 2001 Orange Recall faced a similar public relations crisis. Then Superintendent Dr. Robert French tried to delicately bring the item of their reputation to the OUSD Board's attention by conducting a "community survey". The consequences of what the community thought of them was the Jacobson majority firing French.

    Hundreds of thousands of  wasted educational dollars latter on public relations,  lawyers and lawsuits, phony voter measures etc, etc, etc, and the OUSD PR person was fired and the Jacobson Majority recalled.

    The last OUSD PR person
    The last Orange Unified  Public Information Officer was Judy Frutig who was hired by the then Reactionary Board controlled by Education Alliance Trustee Marty Jacobson's anti-public education majority (that Board was eventually recalled in the 2001 Orange Recall Election).

    Frutig's position became the mouthpiece for the reactionary policies for a board majority out-of-control with policies growing more and more unpopular. The information disseminated by Frutig was directly dictated by Board President Marty Jacobson. Frutig quickly became a lightning rod for uniting the Greater Orange Community against the Jacobson Majority.

    As the Recall pressure on the Board intensified, Frutig was unable to meet the overwhelming challenge of the growing community communication network and the state and national news scrutiny brought on by outrageous Board actions and by the landmark gay student rights case Colin vs Orange Unified. The under fire Board majority, now facing a recall election, abruptly fired Frutig.

    French eventually had the last laugh when the Reactionary Board was recalled and the newly elected Citizen's Board hired French back with the departure of Jacobson's hand-picked Superintendent Barbara Van Otterloo.

    New OUSD Superintendent search and Measure S
    on Board of Trustees November 9th Agenda
    The Orange Unified School Board will meet for a Study Session and for a Regular Meeting on November 9, 2017,

    The 5:00 pm public Study Session will be on the search for a new OUSD Superintendent. The meeting is scheduled for the Building B Conference Room near the Superintendent's Office.

    The Regular OUSD Board Meeting will take place at 7:00 pm in the regular OUSD Board Room.

    During the regular session, the Trustees will receive a report on the Measure S Capital Faculties Program Update ( Agenda Item 16 A, agenda page 31). 

    NEXT OUSD BOARD MEETING November 9, 2017
    Next OUSD Board Meeting -OUSD BOARD ROOM
    Work Study Session 5:00 pm Building B Conference Room
    CLOSED SESSION-  5:30 pm
    OUSD Regular Session: 7:00 pm Board Room Building H
    For AGENDA-CLICK ON: OUSD AGENDA


    For more information call the OUSD Superintendent’s office at 714-628-4040
    For budgeting questions call Business Services at 714-628-4015

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    Monday, October 09, 2017

     

    Fire Closures at OUSD

    Orange USD School Closures

    Orange, CA – October 9, 2017 -5:23 pm - The Orange Unified School District will close the following schools tomorrow October 10, 2017 due to the Canyon Fire 2:
    Anaheim Hills Elementary
    Running Springs Elementary
    Canyon Rim Elementary
    Chapman Hills Elementary
    Linda Vista Elementary
    Panorama Elementary
    Santiago Charter School
    El Rancho Charter School
    El Modena High School will also be closed to students and staff.  
    The OC Sheriff and Orange Police Department Incident Command Center and Red Cross Evacuation Center are located at El Modena.  The District staff continues to monitor the Canyon Fire 2 situation carefully and further updates will be provided when available.
    The Orange Unified School District is committed to student safety and is working closely with police and fire in Anaheim Hills and Orange.
    Gunn Marie Hansen, Ph.D.
    Interim Superintendent
    Orange Unified School District

    Wednesday, October 04, 2017

     

    OUSD gets first top two women

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    OUSD makes history with top two administrators 
    Truex to join Hanson as interim  leader
    Interim Superintendent Hansen
    The new Orange Unified School District top two interim administrator will mark the first time in OUSD history that the two top leadership positions in the district are both held by women. 

    At the September OUSD Trustee meeting, the OUSD Board rejected hiring two interim co- superintendent candidates named in the OUSD Agenda item and selected OUSD Deputy Superintendent Dr. Gunn Marie Hansen  as Interim OUSD Superintendent.

    Item 16 C on the Thursday October 5, 2017 is a vote on filling Dr. Hasen's Deputy Superintendent position on an interim basis with Anne Truex, OUSD's Executive Director of  Elementary  Education .


    OUSD Trustees will hold study session on Superintendent search
    The Orange Unified School Board will hold a Work/Study session on Thursday October 5th.  The session will take place at 6:00 pm, one hour before the regular 7 pm Board Meeting.

    At the September 14, 2017  Board meeting, the OUSD Board voted for a contract with Leadership Associates to lead the search for a superintendent. Representatives from the firm will review the process for that search during the October 5th Work/Study Session.

    The Work/Study session will be held in the Building B Conference Room at the OUSD District Office Campus.

    Inside the OUSD October 5th Agenda
    Other items on the October 5, 2017  OUSD Board of Education Agenda:
    ·     Agenda Item 13F (page 5) A proclamation for celebrating "Week of the School Administrator" October 8-14

    ·   Agenda Item 17A (page 13) A follow-up on the discussion of a future student calendar with an earlier date for school starting. The item includes a report on the information gathered in the outreach by the District Student Calendar Committee in a straw poll.


    NEXT OUSD BOARD MEETING October 5, 2017
    Next OUSD Board Meeting -OUSD BOARD ROOM
    CLOSED SESSION-  5:00 pm
    Work Study Session 6:00 pm Building B Conference Room
    OUSD Regular Session: 7:00 pm Board Room Building H
    For AGENDA-CLICK ON: OUSD AGENDA



    For more information call the OUSD Superintendent’s office at 714-628-4040
    For budgeting questions call Business Services at 714-628-4015

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    Tuesday, September 12, 2017

     

    OUSD to name co-superintedents

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    OUSD Board to hire two co-superintendents as it searches for next OUSD superintendent
    The Orange Unified School Board is scheduled to approve the appoint of two "co-superintendents" at their regularly scheduled meeting on Thursday September 14, 2017.

    Dr. Carmella Franco and Dr. Garrett Rutherford are expected to be approved by the OUSD Board.  The move for co-superintendents is the result of the California retirement system for teachers and administrators- California State Teachers Retirement System (CalSTRS)-rules that apply to how much money retirees can make in another California education position after they retire.  Their is no wage restrictions for work outside the state retirement systems.

    Dr. Franco

    Dr. Camella Franco started her career as an elementary school teacher in Rowland Unified School District.  In 2008 she retired after 12 years as the Superintendent of Whittier City School District.   Franco is 67 years old.









    Dr. Rutherford
    Dr Garrett Rutherford served as superintendent for Upland Unified, Huntington Beach City School District and Desert  Sands Unified. Ruthford started his career as a long-term substitute in the south-central neighborhood of L.A. Unified.  Rutherford also worked as a teacher in Downey Unified. 


    Rutherford retired from Desert Sands in 2016 after controversy over his pay reverberated across the close-knit Coachella Valley.   Rutherford received controversial raises during his short tenure and retired 2 years into his four year contract.  Rutherford first received a 3% raise, then two months before he retired an additional 6.5% raise.  His $251,000 salary in 2013 hit $281,600 when he announced his retirement in November 2016, just two years into his 4 year contract. 

    Both Rutherford and Franco's OUSD contracts are not to exceed $43,755 each.  The OUSD Board will also vote to approve a contract with a new  based executive search firm to help hire a new OUSD Superintendent.  That firm, Leadership Associates,  is a California based company with extensive success in placing superintendents throughout California. 
    (Click on Leadership Associates )


    Orange County Committee on School District Organization approves petition for election for transfer of Panorama Heights from Orange Unified to Tustin  Unified
    On Wednesday September 6, 2017. after holding two public meetings, the Orange County Committee on School District Organization voted to allow an election to move forward for Panorama Heights to vote whether to leave Orange Unified to join Tustin Unified.

    Nine criteria had to be met by the petitioners to move forward with the vote to leave OUSD.  The Orange County Committee on School District Organization voted that the petition qualified on each of the nine criteria, thus allowing the vote to proceed.

    The Committee members however left the decision for the boundaries of  the proposed vote, and therefore the potential territory transferred to Tustin to be made at a future meeting of the Committee on School District Organization.

    No school buildings would be involved in the transfer,  however an estimate of over 50 current OUSD students would be affected if the transfer is approved by the area's voters.

    OUSD estimates the loss of state attendance funding at over $700,000.  

    This is the second attempt of Panorama Heights residents to leave OUSD for Tustin.

    NEXT OUSD BOARD MEETING September 14, 2017
    Next OUSD Board Meeting -OUSD BOARD ROOM
    CLOSED SESSION- 6:30 pm
    OUSD Regular Session: 7:00 pm
    For AGENDA-CLICK ON: OUSD AGENDA


    For more information call the OUSD Superintendent’s office at 714-628-4040
    For budgeting questions call Business Services at 714-628-4015

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    Tuesday, August 15, 2017

     

    Last minute additions to OUSD Agenda

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    Last minute additions to OUSD Agenda
    OUSD adds Interim Superintendent consideration and dumping executive search consultant
    In a late  agenda "Addendum" added to the public posting of the OUSD Board of Education's regular agenda for the August 17, 2017 meeting this Thursday,  the OUSD Trustees will consider the appointment of an Interim Superintendent and dumping the controversial executive search firm of McPearson & Jacobson.   

    After posting the original August 17th  Meeting Agenda early Monday August 14th (with nothing related to the search for a superintendent) late that same day an agenda Addendum was added that included items related to the ongoing superintendent search.

    The agenda Addendum changes the time of the Closed Session from 6:30 pm to 5:30 pm and adds two items. First it adds Closed Session Agenda Item 4. C- "Consideration of Appointment of Interim Superintendent".   Under Action Items, it adds Item 12 G- Consultant Agreement that states:
    "The Board will consider to abandon the work under the Consultant agreement for Superintendent Search Services at its sole discretion".

    This newest twist to the current OUSD Superintendent search comes after last week's Special Board Meeting was to appoint an Interim Superintendent and outline steps to McPearson & Jacobson on finding a new superintendent.  The August 10th Special Meeting was called to order by the Board Clerk Trustee Kathy Moffat with Board President Rick Ledsma, Board Vice President John Ortega and Timothy Surridge all absent after they had attended the earlier Closed Session.  

    Item 10 A on the Special Meeting Agenda  was to be a discussion with, and direction given to, Dr. Jacobson (the owner of the consultant firm McPearson & Jacobson) chosen to help find the new OUSD Superintendent. Trustee Moffat however started the agenda item by stating that discussions had taken place about the Interim Superintendent appointment (Closed Session Agenda Item 4 B) and that she was now putting into the meeting record that she requests that the renewed contract that the OUSD Board had negotiated with Superintendent  Michael Christensen in February be placed on the Regular Session meeting on August 17th. 

    With the Addendum agenda item going back to appointing an interim superintendent and based on the surprising Special Meeting of August 10th, many Greater Orange stakeholders on social media are hoping that the August 17th meeting could bring Michael Christensen back as that "Interim Superintendent" to provide stability  while the Board Leadership regroups to move forward on  recruiting a replacement.  The OUSD Board might also consider under the agenda one of the four names given to them by McPearson & Jacobson  at the July 27th OUSD Board Meeting, although it is unclear whether any of those candidates have been interviewed.

    The rapid  developments over the search for an OUSD Superintendent since the official departure of Superintendent Christensen on August 2, 2017 (after he gave a two month notice of his retirement) has plunged the OUSD District Office into disarray with three major administrative positions empty.  

    An Acting Superintendent was named in a departing email from Christensen as the Board Leadership has now twice blundered in moving to fill the Superintendent post.  First in a compressed internal search and now with a controversial consultant firm that the Trustees appear ready to fire (click on ONN on McPearson & Jacobson).

    Adding to OUSD's current administrative disarray are two currently open Measure S building critical positions -Assistant Superintendent for Business Services and Executive Director for Secondary Education, plus a recently hired Assistant Superintendent for Facilities and Planning Ronald Lebs. (A new Executive Director of Secondary Education is due to be appointed Thursday).

    Panorama  Heights files a second petition to leave OUSD for Tustin Unified
    Panorama Heights has filed a second petition to leave Orange Unified and join Tustin Unified. 

    Fifteen months ago in April of 2016 the area petitioned to leave Orange Unified. In May of 2016 the petition was turned down by the  Orange County Committee on School Organization (OCCSO) after holding two Public Hearings.

    The original petition did not include the neighborhood section called "Lower Panorama Heights" and affected about 54 students costing OUSD just over $400,000 in  state average daily attendance funding (ADA).  The new July petition includes Lower Panorama Heights and now includes over 90 ADA students costing OUSD almost $800,000 in funding.  The original Panorama Heights petitioners ignored the negative financial impact on OUSD by arguing that the term negative impact means that the transfer did not affect the state finances.

    There are nine Education Code criteria that must be met for the transfer to take place.  Last year OUSD argued that the proposed transfer failed five of the nine mandated criteria:
    Criteria 8 does not allow the petition to be made primarily to increase property values.  In the 2016 petition, one of the three petitioners was a realtor who does business in the area-Jennifer Lampman.  In the original hearings the fact that Lampman was a realtor was not brought forward and the OCCSO determined that property values were not a factor. In the initial paperwork included in the 40 pages of paper work in the August 17th Agenda that is associated with the transfer, Criteria 8 is again listed (Agenda page 13) with OUSD contending "This is a motivating factor in the proposed transfer".  
    For more information click on Panorama Heights


    After 16 years, Orange Unified looks at bringing back the controversial Public Information Officer position
    Item 13 B (page 94) is an informational item looking at the possibility of bringing back a Public Information Officer position in Orange Unified.  Since discontinuing the position in 2001, the OUSD Superintendent has served as the spokesperson for the district.

    The last Orange Unified  Public Information Officer was Judy Frutig who was hired by the then Reactionary Board controlled by Education Alliance Trustee Marty Jacobson's anti-public education majority (that Board was eventually recalled in the 2001 Orange Recall Election).

    Frutig's position became the mouthpiece for the reactionary policies for a board majority out-of-control with policies growing more and more unpopular.  The information disseminated by Frutig was directly dictated by Board President Marty Jacobson. Frutig quickly became a lightning rod for uniting the Greater Orange Community against the Jacobson Majority and the beginning of uniting local social media communication under the Orange Citizens News Network-predecessor to Orange Net News

    Anthony Colin  at a Board meeting (OC Weekly)
    As the Recall pressure on the Board intensified, Frutig was unable to meet the overwhelming challenge of the growing community communication network and the state and national news scrutiny brought on by outrageous Board actions and by the landmark gay student rights case Colin vs Orange Unified. The under fire Board majority, now facing a recall election, abruptly fired Frutig. 

    For more information click on the landmark case click on Colin v OUSD
    For information about El Modena student Anthony Colin's suicide click on  
    Anthony  Colin  Made  El  Modena  High  School  a  Safer  Place




    Frutig, now the ex-OUSD PIO, sued Orange Unified for wrongful termination and joined the Orange Recall leadership. Frutig used her expertise to help the fledgling Orange Citizens News Network to upgrade into a modern 21st Century watchdog alert organization- controlled by the tight-knit invitation only local leaders known as the Roundtable Committee of the Greater Orange Community Group (now the Greater Orange Community Organization and its semi-autonomous arm, the Orange Communication System).

    After the successful 2001 Recall, Frutig settled her lawsuit with the new OUSD attorneys and was instrumental in helping the former OUSD Superintendent Dr. Robert French (forced out by the Jacobson Majority) returning to OUSD as the Superintendent replacing his replacement-Barbara Van Otterloo . Frutig then went on to host a local radio show and eventually teaching journalism at CSULB.

    Now sixteen years later, OUSD is again looking at a hiring a Public Information  Officer.  Like in 2001, the question is-Who will control the information that the position disseminates in the present-and in the future?

    Inside the August 17 Board Meeting

    Action Item 12 E.-One-year contract extensions for three top OUSD Administrators- the Deputy Superintendent and the Assistant Superintendents of Human  Resources and Facilities and Planning.

    Information Item 13 B. - Measure S Update

    NEXT OUSD BOARD MEETING Thursday August 17, 2017
    CLOSED SESSION NOTE Time change 5:30 pm
    OUSD Regular Session: 7:00 pm
    For the AGENDA-CLICK ON: 
    AGENDA 
    ADDENDUM


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