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At this week’s meeting, our school board swore in two new members: Tom Panas and Mister Phillips. They also discussed the College Readiness Block Grant and approved a resolution that supports students and families who are undocumented, Muslim, or people of color.
Congratulations flags were flying at this week’s board meeting, as we celebrated our schools, board members, and students!
At this week’s meeting, our school board members heard from Gold Ribbon winner Kensington Elementary, reviewed progress on Goal 1 of the LCAP, and held a public hearing on Richmond College Prep’s proposed charter revision.
At the October 5th Board of Education meeting, our school board members heard a presentation on the programs, offerings and data from WCCUSD’s recent 2016 summer school session, and a presentation on the programs and services provided by WCCUSD’s Special Education Local Plan Area (SELPA).
At the September 21st meeting, the board approved the Final Phase II Forensic Audit Report and allocated $1.1 million in one-time “carryover” funds to support students through the 2016-17 LCAP.
The September 7th Board of Education meeting marked our school board’s first gathering of the 2016-17 school year. The board was presented with an overview of our students’ SBAC test results from 2015-16.
At his first Board of Education meeting on August 10, new Superintendent Matthew Duffy introduced Resolution No. 19-1617 for open discussion between the board and our community members. The board also approved of the College & Career Access Pathways Agreement.