The San Ramon Valley Unified School District Board of Education is set to conduct a relatively routine meeting on Tuesday, where they will discuss a variety of issues including the district’s financial situation and lobbying efforts with the state of California.
At a meeting headlined by a series of presentations, board members will hear reports on a number of topics, including a independent financial audit of the district’s budget, Gov. Gavin Newsom’s 2020-21 budget proposal, annual enrollment projections, happenings at Diablo Vista Middle School, a polling update and a student board member on Venture High School.
In an effort to increase state funding, board members are also set to consider recognizing “Fund Education Now Week,” which district officials say is dedicated to raising both awareness and funds for education-related issues in the East Bay.
District officials are also set to recognize Feb. 3-7 as both Words Matter Week and National School Counseling Week.
The board will also consider issuing two provisional internship permits (PIPs) to assist with staffing over the remaining school year.
Board members will also meet behind closed doors for a closed session prior to the start of their regular meeting to review a student expulsion case, receive an update on ongoing litigation, perform public employee performance evaluations and to confer with assistant superintendent of human resources Keith Rogenski about the status of labor negotiations.
The SRVUSD Board of Education is set to hold its regular meeting on Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the district offices, 699 Old Orchard Drive in Danville.