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.
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.
At the July 20 meeting, our school board held a public hearing about renewing a revenue-driving parcel tax, and learned about a new partnership between WCCUSD and Contra Costa Community College.
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At the February 10th meeting, our school board heard an overview of the proposed South Richmond STEM Initiative, as well as a presentation featuring survey results assessing the level of support for a parcel tax renewal measure.