SCHOOL BOARD IN VARIED SESSION LAST NIGHT

SCHOOL BOARD IN VARIED SESSION LAST NIGHT

Student achievement goals, Prop 30 fund uses, and mileage reimbursement were among the topics at last night’s school board meeting. Dan Stork fills in the details…
The Morongo Unified School District Board of Education moved through its action agenda with the customary lack of discussion, save for one item. A discussion of flat monthly mileage stipends versus per mile reimbursements for certain administrative employees was tabled to a future time, so that staff could clarify current practices and available alternatives. Ed Will, in his role as legislative liaison for the Board, reported that no Prop 30 money will be used this year for additional programs; rather, the first $2 billion of Prop 30 funds will be used to fill in a part of the late payments owed by the state to districts. Four of the action agenda items ratified the single school plans for student achievement for the four schools whose plans had been presented during an earlier workshop. The meat of those plans was a set of goals, most of which set targets for school-wide performance on standardized tests.

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