Board Watch

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Welcome to Board Watch: School Board 101

Our school board is a local group of elected individuals that works in partnership with our community to improve public schools. Learn how to get involved with WCCUSD school board meetings.

12/7 Highlights: New Board Members

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. 

11/16 Highlights: Richmond College Prep

Congratulations flags were flying at this week’s board meeting, as we celebrated our schools, board members, and students!

11/2 Highlights: LCAP Goal 1 Progress Update

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.

10/5 Highlights: Summer School, Special Education

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).

9/21 Highlights: Forensic Audit, LCAP Carryover

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.

9/7 Highlights: 2015-16 SBAC Test Results

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.

8/10 Highlights: Campaign Contribution Limits

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.

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