Support AB2011

Please see information below from APlus Personalized Learning Consortium regarding AB2011. Review the fact sheets (AB 2011 (Kiley) Fact Sheet Update 4-23-18 & APLUS+ AB2011 Key Facts and Points (1) for more information.  APlus Personalized Learning is a professional organization that supports independent study charter schools like ours.

Please take a minute to email a letter of support by Wednesday, May 2 to our representatives for AB2011.

PLEASE ACT NOW! WE NEED YOUR HELP AND SUPPORT!

Please also find attached the updated AB2011 Fact Sheet from Assembly member Kiley’s office. Time is running out! For those of you who have not yet submitted your support letters, please take some time now to complete and submit your letter of support for AB2011. Please tailor your letter to your specific circumstances as previously suggested and email a signed copy of your letter on your organization’s letterhead and addressed to Assembly member Kevin Kiley directly to:

 

Assemblymember Kevin Kiley

c/o Ariana Joven

Ariana.Joven@asm.ca.gov

 

NOW IS THE TIME TO ACT! It is critical that we stand united and show a strong and broad-based coalition of support for AB2011.

May 9thAssembly Education Committee Hearing: Join Us In Person!

For those of you who are able to attend the AB2011 hearing in person, please plan to join us. Here are the details:

Wednesday, May 9, 2018 Education

O’DONNELL, Chair
1:30 p.m.- State Capitol, Room 4202

AB2011 will be one of ten bills being heard on May 9th. The benefit of having as many supporters there in person as possible is that when the Chair asks for supporters of the bill to stand in line, approach the mic, and state their name, organization and position, we can have a long line of people stand up and declare their support for this bill. When you approach the mic, you are only allowed to state your name, organization, and position. But your position can be stated as “In support on behalf of 150,000 independent study students”, or “In support on behalf of students who need more equal access to education services”, etc.

Make Personal Contact With An Assembly Education Committee Member!

In addition, you can do more beyond just a letter of support! Below please find a list of all of the Assembly Education Committee members and the areas they represent. If your school serves students anywhere in the areas listed, if would be most helpful if you make contact directly with the Assembly representative’s office, speak with them about how you are successfully serving students who reside in their district, and request their support for AB2011. Make it about what is best for kids! Send them a copy of your support letter directly. If you also contact their staff in their local district office, request to have the Assembly member or a staff representative come out and visit your school in the next couple of weeks to see the amazing work you are doing in your school. It makes a difference!

 

Committee Members District Office & Contact Information                          Areas Represented
Patrick O’Donnell (Chair) Dem – 70

Capitol Office, Room 2196

P.O. Box 942849, Sacramento, CA 94249-0070; (916) 319-2070            District 70 includes the cities of Long Beach, Signal Hill, San Pedro as well as Catalina Island.
Kevin Kiley (Vice Chair) Rep – 06

Capitol Office, Room 4153

P.O. Box 942849, Sacramento, CA 94249-0006; (916) 319-2006            District 6 includes parts of Placer, Sacramento, and El Dorado counties.
Ash Kalra Dem – 27

Capitol Office, Room 5160

P.O. Box 942849, Sacramento, CA 94249-0027; (916) 319-2027            District 27encompasses downtown San Jose, East San Jose, Evergreen and parts of South San Jose.
Kevin McCarty Dem – 07

Capitol Office, Room 2136

P.O. Box 942849, Sacramento, CA 94249-0007; (916) 319-2007            District 7 includes Sacramento, West Sacramento and parts of unincorporated Sacramento County.
Marc Steinorth Rep – 40

Capitol Office, Room 5126

P.O. Box 942849, Sacramento, CA 94249-0040; (916) 319-2040            District 40 includes parts of Rancho Cucamonga, Redlands, and San Bernardino.
Tony Thurmond Dem – 15

Capitol Office, Room 4005

P.O. Box 942849, Sacramento, CA 94249-0015; (916) 319-2015            District 15includes the East Bay communities that stretch along the I-80 corridor from Hercules to Oakland.
Shirley N. Weber Dem – 79

Capitol Office, Room 3123

P.O. Box 942849, Sacramento, CA 94249-0079; (916) 319-2079            District 79includes the cities of Bonita, Chula Vista, La Mesa, Lemon Grove, National City and San Diego.

 

Thank you again for taking the time to stand up and support what is best for 150,000+ independent study charter school students.

 

 

APLUS+ AB2011 Key Facts and Points (1)

TLC APLUS+ AB2011 Sample Support Letter Schools.docx