Penn Valley Union School District to hold regular meeting |

Penn Valley Union School District to hold regular meeting

The governing board of the Penn Valley Union Elementary School District will hold a regular meeting at 5 p.m. Tuesday in the Ready Springs School Library located on the 14000 block of Pleasant Valley Road in Penn Valley.

In closed session, the board will discuss labor negotiations with the Penn Valley Teachers’ Association, Pleasant Valley Classified Association, and the Associated Classified Employees of Ready Springs.

During open session, staff reports will include a monthly budget update, current enrollment projections, an attendance update and a special education report from District Superintendent Angela Haick. Presentations from several local employee unions will also be given.

Action items on the agenda include approval of the resignation of a district board member which was filed with Superintendent of Schools Holly Hermansen on Aug. 18, and a public hearing on a school safety plan. Roll call votes will be on approval of extended day kindergarten at Williams Ranch and Ready Springs Schools, the implementation of a flexible fringe benefits plans, and approval of a resolution regarding California’s policy regarding an increase from school district budget’s to the CalStrs teacher retirement system.

The board’s consent agenda includes agreement to a 3 year contract for professional services with Infinity Communications & Consulting, a surplus request for the maintenance department, and a $60.00 donation from Dan Gerpheide through his employer PG & E.

Other school district boards also holding meetings on Tuesday include Grass Valley School District, Union Hill School District, Nevada City School District, and the Pleasant Ridge School District. View meeting agendas below

To contact Staff Writer Ivan Natividad, email or call 530-477-4236.




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