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Health SMC Meeting

State of California
Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor

Instructional Quality Commission
An advisory body to the California State Board of Education

 

Health Subject Matter Committee Meeting Notice/Agenda

(Meeting is open to the public)

Wednesday, September 19, 2018
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. ± (plus or minus)

East End Complex Auditorium
1500 Capitol Avenue
Sacramento, CA 95814

AGENDA

Health Subject Matter Committee (DOCX)

  1. Call Meeting to Order

  2. Health Education Framework for California Public Schools, Kindergarten through Grade Twelve (Health Education Framework), 2019 Revision (Information/Action)
    1. Report on Survey Results and Comments Received During the First 60-Day Public Review and Comment Period (Information)

      Draft Health Education Framework
    2. Public Hearing on the Draft Health Education Framework (Time Certain – 10:30 a.m.)
      See Public Hearing Guidelines

    3. Subject Matter Committee (SMC) Recommendation to the Full Commission on the Approval of the Draft Health Education Framework (Action)

  3. Other Matters/Public Comment on Today’s Agenda Items

  4. Adjournment of Meeting


The Health SMC will hold a meeting on Wednesday, September 19, 2018, at the location indicated above. The meeting is open to the public. All members of the public must check in at the building security desk and show a state-issued identification before they can received a temporary visitor sticker. NO EXCEPTIONS. The outline of activities is provided for convenience only. The actual order of business may be changed without notice by the SMC Chair to accommodate the needs of members, invited presenters, and key staff.

TIME CERTAIN

Time certain designates a definite time for the start time of the public hearing. The public hearing may not begin earlier than the designated time certain. It may begin later than the designated time, but not earlier. The presiding officer reserves the right to impose time limits on public comment as may be necessary to ensure that the agenda is completed.

REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION FOR ANY INDIVIDUAL WITH A DISABILITY

Pursuant to the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, any individual with a disability or any other individual who requires reasonable accommodation to attend or participate in a meeting or function of the Instructional Quality Commission, may request assistance by contacting the California Department of Education's Curriculum Frameworks & Instructional Resources Division (CFIRD) Office at 1430 N Street, Room 3207, Sacramento, CA 95814; telephone 916-319-0881; facsimile 916-319-0172 at least ten (10) days in advance of the scheduled meeting date.

For more information concerning the agenda, please contact the CFIRD Office at 1430 N Street, Room 3207, Sacramento, CA, 95814; telephone 916-319-0881; facsimile 916-319-0172. The agenda is posted on the Instructional Quality Commission web page.


Public Hearing on the Draft Health Education Framework

General Guidelines

The Health SMC is conducting a public hearing regarding the recommendation to the full Commission the approval of the draft Health Education Framework. Written comments are also welcome. Directions for providing public comment are:

  1. All public testimony may be limited to one to two minutes per speaker and/or organization, depending on the number signing up to testify. Because of time constraints, written testimony is encouraged from all who testify.

  2. All testimony shall be specific to the content of the draft Health Education Framework.

  3. Speakers are assigned to speak in the order they have signed up and will be given a numbered card. When called upon to speak, speakers identify their name and the organization they represent, if any.

  4. Organizations who sign up more than one speaker may be asked to select a single representative in order to allow all other individuals and organizations wishing to provide testimony to be heard.

  5. To avoid repeated comments, speakers are encouraged to simply indicate they are in support of statements made by previous speakers, and then either leave the podium or provide comments on issues not previously presented.

  6. There will be no disruptive behavior during the hearing. Individuals not complying will be asked to leave the hearing room.

 

Last Reviewed: Monday, August 27, 2018
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