School board to talk final 2014-15 budget figures

HR assistant superintendent contract, teachers union negotiations, Hispanic Heritage Month also on tap

The San Ramon Valley school board is set to discuss the district's 2014-15 annual financial report, the employment contract for the new assistant superintendent of human resources and a new bargaining topic for negotiations with the teachers union Tuesday night.

As part of their effort to close out last year's budget, district financial officials will present the board with details about the actual revenues and expenditures that occurred during 2014-15.

The final figures, which are unaudited, indicate the district's general fund saw $275.9 million in revenues and $271.1 million in expenditures last fiscal year. In all, 86% of expenditures went toward employee salaries and benefits.

The general fund finished with an ending balance of $37.3 million, a reserve of 9.5%, according to the staff report.

District officials recommend the board members accept the annual financial report on 2014-15 unaudited actuals Tuesday evening (Sept. 8).

The school board's open-session meeting is scheduled to start at 7 p.m. at 699 Old Orchard Drive in Danville.

In other business

* The board will consider approving the contract of Keith Rogenski, the district's new assistant superintendent of human resources.

Rogenski would earn an annual salary of $195,868 under the contract, which would begin Sept. 28 and run through June 30, 2017.

* Board members will discuss a proposal to add evaluation procedures to the list of topics to be negotiated during bargaining talks between the district and the San Ramon Valley Education Association.

* The board will consider a resolution declaring Sept. 15 to Oct. 15 as Hispanic Heritage Month in the district.

* Members will also hear a presentation on Words Matter from Kathy Moore.

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