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Our Children Our Families

Council Member Launch Sept 10, 2015
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Dr. Laurie Scolari

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Transcript of Our Children Our Families

Welcome
Our Children,
Our Families
Council Meeting

Sept. 10, 2015 at 4 PM 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, San Francisco, CA 94102
City Hall, Room 201

Swearing In Ceremony
Call to Order and Introductions

Opening Remarks
Council Co-Chairs
Ed Lee
Mayor
City and County San Francisco

Richard Carranza
Superintendent
San Francisco Unified School District
The Need for Change:

Alecia’s story
Alecia Dominguez
San Francisco Native


Sandra Naughton
Our Children, Our Families
Mayor's Office

Bylaws
Member Roles
Meeting Design
Working Groups
Guiding Principals
1. Outcomes Framework
Guide development of outcomes framework
Advise on community feedback
Sept-Feb
Possible Action
Bylaws

Research-based Draft Outcomes & Indicators
Draft
Guadalupe Guerrero
Deputy Superintendent
Instruction, Innovation & Social Justice
San Francisco Unified School District

Sandra Naughton
Our Children Our Families Council
Office of Mayor Lee
Discussion
Outcomes and Indicators
Announcements
Adjournment
Thank you
Richard Carranza
Superintendent
San Francisco Unified School District
Sandra Naughton
City Lead
Our Children, Our Families Council
Office of Mayor Lee
Sandra.Naughton@sfgov.org
415-554-9518

Jennifer Tran
Analyst
Our Children, Our Families Council
Office of Mayor Lee
Jennifer.A.Tran@dcyf.org
415-554-9518
What if we could change Alecia's story?
Public Comment

Any item on agenda listed as for
“Discussion Only.”
Laurie Scolari, Ed.D.
Special Assistant to the Superintendent
Our Children, Our Families Council
San Francisco Unified School District
ScolariL@sfusd.edu
415-241-6121
2. Data

Guide collection & analysis of data
Analysis to inform indicators, 5 year plan
Shepard data share agreements
Starts in Feb
3. Children & Families 5 Year Plan
Advise on an outline for the plan
Provide feedback on the plan.
Advise alignment of strategic plans/budget books
Advise on community feedback
Begin Oct
4. Services Inventory
Gather research to inform design & content
Design & develop inventory
Collect info & update inventory
Starts Nov
10-12 members
Each member nominate yourself or one designess per working group
Submit nominations to OCOF staff
Quorum is 22 members
All Council Members:

Provide strategic direction
Bring perspective of your agency but set aside individual/organizational interests
Solutions-Oriented
Hold other council members and their agencies accountable

Vision:
San Francisco disrupts the historical and institutional disparities enabled by policy and resource decisions that prevent children, youth, and families of all races, incomes, nativity, genders, and neighborhoods from thriving.

How we will work:
Equity first in all decision-making
Acknowledge our privileges and implicit biases
Data informed decision-making
Disrupt the status quo
Behaviors we will model:
Culture of openness, honesty, trust
Holding each other accountable
Members who represent an agency:

Align policies, practices, activities
Coordinate budget allocations in support of OCOF priorities
Engage your staff between Council meetings to inform Council decision-making
Share data with OCOF
Early Childhood
Health:
mother prenatal care (MediCal), asthma
Economic Stability:
food stamps & welfare
Housing:
Alemany Projects, Bayview Hunters Point
Education:
Headstart
Safety
: did not feel safe in neighborhood
College &
Career Readiness
Post-
secondary
Path & Career
Education:
3 different SFUSD high schools (2 continuation)
Dropped out at 16, GED at 18

Employment
:
16-18 yrs. worked in retail
18-20 yrs. unemployed
Education
:
20 yrs. enrolled in City College
24 yrs. Associates Degree Liberal Arts
24-26 yrs. BA Business Mgmt Golden Gate Univ.
26 yrs enrolled in Masters Public Admin
Employment:
UCSF admin assistant
Goal: job in public policy
Housing:
Could no longer afford to stay in SF - 6 months ago
Goal: earn a living wage to return to SF
Youth
Health
: no dental care - gum disease by age 12
Economic Stability:
free-reduced lunch/below poverty
Housing
: moved to the Mission with grandparents, safer
Education:
missed lots of school, did not feel connected, not proficient in math or English
Social Services:
did not access -mother needed support for domestic abuse

Housing Stability
Access to social services
Economic Stability
School Success
Health
Services
Discussion
of Bylaws

Mayor Ed Lee
Public Comment

Overall Public Comments
Ed Lee
Mayor
City & County San Francisco
Our Children, Our Families
Staff Contact Information
Norman Yee
Supervisor, District 7
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