Here are a few highlights from the July 26, 2023 meeting. The full agenda can be viewed here:
Unfortunately, due to circumstances beyond our control, KVGC was not able to livestream this meeting, so we do not have a recording of the meeting.
Superintendent Gibson presents the 2023-2028 Strategic Plan
Using feedback from the audit that was done by WestEd, district leadership worked together to identify significant needs across the organization. These needs were reviewed with a large team of educational partners which included representatives from each employee bargaining unit, all managers across the district (certificated and classified), community members and parents, and school board members. Through review and feedback, the Strategic Plan was completed in June of 2023, with implementation beginning in the 2023-2024 school year. To view the plan, please visit https://amadorcoe.org/strategic-plan/. Due to the lack of a livestream, Dr. Gibson will present the strategic plan again at the board meeting on August 9, 2023.
Amador County Assessor Report
Jim Rooney, the Amador County Assessor, reviewed the assessment information for our county.
From the Agenda:
- The board approved board policy updates from Educational Services, the Business Office, and Human Resources. Item 1.A relating to School Health Service was tabled for further review.
- The board approved the Public Notice Declaration in Support of Provisional Intern Permit. This allows us to employ a teacher on the basis of a provisional intern permit due to a lack of fully-qualified and fully-credentialed teachers.
- The board approved the Notice of Intent to Employ Teachers on a Provisional Internship Permit.
The next meeting will be held on August 9, 2023, tentatively scheduled to be held at the Amador County Administration Building, 810 Court St., Jackson, CA. Open session will begin at 6:30 pm. Board agendas can be viewed here.
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