The San Ramon Valley Unified School District Board of Education is scheduled to host another discussion on the Common Core State Standards this Tuesday evening.
Board members will debate approving a proposed spending plan for about $6.2 million in new funding from the state earmarked for implementing the standards locally.
The board held a lively public hearing on the draft implementation plan last month, with about a dozen Common Core critics speaking out against the standards coming to the SRVUSD.
Tuesday's open-session meeting is set to begin at 7 p.m. in the district board room in Danville.
In other business, board members will conduct their annual reorganization, electing officers, approving the 2014-15 meeting schedule, and making liaison and committee assignments.
SRVUSD staff will present the first interim financial report of the school year. The board will also receive an informational report on capital facilities fees from the previous four fiscal years.
Board members will consider initial bargaining topics for the district and two California School Employees Association units for the current school year. Later, they will discuss a multi-agency agreement regarding the use of funds for the San Ramon Valley Emergency Preparedness Citizen Corps Council programs.
The meeting will take place at 699 Old Orchard Drive in Danville. For more agenda information, visit the SRVUSD website.