Child Care Planning and Advisory Council

VACANCY NOTICE

CHILD CARE PLANNING AND ADVISORY COUNCIL (CPAC)

Replaces All Previous Notices

 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of the following seat information and term expirations (in bold), appointed by the Board of Supervisors:

 

Seat 1, Kelly Dotson, term expires September 14, 2017, must be a nominee of the District 1 Supervisor and represent one of the following categories: consumers, child care providers, discretionary, community representatives, or public agency representatives, for a three-year term.

 

Seat 2, Karin Little, term expires March 19, 2019, must be a nominee of the District 2 Supervisor and represent one of the following categories: consumers, child care providers, discretionary, community representatives, or public agency representatives, for a three-year term.

 

Seat 3, Candace Wong, term expires March 19, 2018, must be a nominee of the District 3 Supervisor and represent one of the following categories: consumers, child care providers, discretionary, community representatives, or public agency representatives, for a three-year term.

 

Seat 4, Matt Pemberton, term expires March 19, 2018, must be a nominee of the District 4 Supervisor and represent one of the following categories: consumers, child care providers, discretionary, community representatives, or public agency representatives, for a three-year term.

 

Seat 5, Gretchen Ames, term expires March 19, 2018, must be a nominee of the District 5 Supervisor and represent one of the following categories: consumers, child care providers, discretionary, community representatives, or public agency representatives, for a three-year term.

 

Seat 6, Beverly Melugin, term expires March 19, 2019, must be a nominee of the District 6 Supervisor and represent one of the following categories: consumers, child care providers, discretionary, community representatives, or public agency representatives, for a three-year term.

 

Seat 7, Sandee Blechman, term expires September 14, 2017, must be a nominee of the District 7 Supervisor and represent one of the following categories: consumers, child care providers, discretionary, community representatives, or public agency representatives, for a three-year term.

 

Seat 8, Fonda Davidson, term expires March 19, 2019, must be a nominee of the District 8 Supervisor and represent one of the following categories: consumers, child care providers, discretionary, community representatives, or public agency representatives, for a three-year term.

 

Seat 9, Mario Paz, term expires March 19, 2018, must be a nominee of the District 9 Supervisor and represent one of the following categories: consumers, child care providers, discretionary, community representatives, or public agency representatives, for a three-year term.

 

Seat 10, Nur Jehan Khalique, term expires March 19, 2019, must be a nominee of the District 10 Supervisor and represent one of the following categories: consumers, child care providers, discretionary, community representatives, or public agency representatives, for a three-year term.

 

Seat 11, Claudia Quiñonez, term expires September 14, 2017, must be a nominee of the District 11 Supervisor and represent one of the following categories: consumers, child care providers, discretionary, community representatives, or public agency representatives.

 

Seat 12, Graham Dobson, term expires March 19, 2018, must be a nominee of the President of the Board of Supervisors and represent one of the following categories: consumers, child care providers, discretionary, community representatives, or public agency representatives, for a three-year term.

 

Seat 13, Laura Moye, term expires March 19, 2019, must be jointly appointed by the Board of Supervisors and the Board of Education, or the County Superintendent of Schools, if the Board of Education delegates the appointment power to her/him, for a three-year term.

 

The following seat qualification categories are available:

  • Three (3) “Consumer”
  • Three (2) “Child Care Provider”
  • One (1) “Community Representative”
  • One (1) “Public Agency Representative”

 

Seat Qualification Definitions:  Pursuant to San Francisco Administrative Code, Section 5.200(e), and California Education Code, Section 8499.3, the membership of the Child Care Planning and Advisory Council requires a percentage balance of the overall membership consisting of members from each of the following categories: 

 

  1. Consumers: The list of qualified individuals for nomination and appointment may include members of the following: parents, guardians, or caretakers with varied income levels who use child care and/or early education services, including but not limited to clients of publicly subsidized programs, such as CalWORKS, and other child care programs funded through the San Francisco Human Services Agency, California Department of Education, Head Start, or Preschool for All (20% or five members).

 

  1. Child Care Providers: The list of qualified individuals for nomination and appointment must include a representative from Head Start, and may include members of the following: private and subsidized child care providers, including but not limited to private centers and family day care homes, a Title 5 program, a school age program, Head Start, or Preschool for All (20% or five members).

 

  1. Discretionary: The list of qualified individuals for nomination and appointment must include a representative from one of the County's resource and referral agencies and may include members of the following: the public at large and/or any of the other categories, or outside of these categories at the discretion of the appointing agencies (20% or five members).

 

  1. Community Representatives: The list of qualified individuals for nomination and appointment may include members of the following: parent advisory councils of public and private child care programs; associations of child care providers, family child care providers, and Head Start; City College of San Francisco, San Francisco State University, or public interest organizations, including but not limited to the Child Care Law Center, Low Income Investment Fund community organizations, members of labor organizations, and local businesses that fall within the definition of "community representative," as described in San Francisco Administrative Code, Section (e)(1)(B); and other community and public agency representatives that deal with child care (20% or five members).

 

  1.  Public Agency Representatives: The list of qualified individuals for nomination and appointment must include representatives from two of the following agencies: Department of Children, Youth, and Their Families, Human Services Agency, San Francisco Children and Families Commission, Community Care Licensing, Department of Public Health, Recreation and Park Department, Mayor's Office of Community Investment, San Francisco Housing Authority, or other entities (20% or five members).

 

Reports:  None.

 

Sunset Date:  None.

 

Additional information related to the Child Care Planning and Advisory Council may be obtained by reviewing San Francisco Administrative Code, Section 5.200, at http://www.sfbos.org/sfmunicodes or California Education Code, Sections 8499.3-8499.7, at http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/.

 

Half of the Advisory Council members are appointed by the Board of Supervisors and half are appointed by the San Francisco Board of Education.  Applicants interested in a seat on the Advisory Council, including those appointed by the Board of Education, may contact Tony Tyson, CPAC Coordinator, at anthony.tyson@sfgov.org for current information on seat qualifications and vacancies.

 

Interested persons may obtain an application from the Board of Supervisors website at http://www.sfbos.org/vacancy_application or from the Rules Committee Clerk, 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, Room 244, San Francisco, CA 94102-4689.  Completed applications should be submitted to the Clerk of the Board.  All applicants must be residents of San Francisco, unless otherwise stated.

 

Next Steps:  Applicants who are nominated by a Supervisor and meet minimum qualifications will be contacted by the Rules Committee Clerk once the Chair of the Rules Committee determines the date of the hearing.  Members of the Rules Committee will consider the appointment(s) at the hearing and applicants may be asked to state their qualifications.  The appointment(s) of individual(s) who are recommended by the Rules Committee will be forwarded to the Board of Supervisors for final approval.

 

Please Note:  Depending upon the posting date, a vacancy may have already been filled.  To determine if a vacancy for this Advisory Council is still available, or if you require additional information, please call the Rules Committee Clerk at (415) 554-7702.

 

Further Note:  Additional seats on this body may be available through other appointing authorities, including the Board of Education.

 

 

 

                                                                        Angela Calvillo

                                                                        Clerk of the Board

 

DATED/POSTED:  August 16, 2017