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Contract review, staff recognition drive CUSD meeting

The review and potential acceptance by the school board of the Claremont Unified School District Sunshining to the Claremont Faculty Association Contract 2012-2013 will take place at the next school board meeting on Thursday, November 1.

Sunshining, required by state law, is a process where, in anticipation of contract negotiations, a disctrict and its faculty decide which items will be on the table. The public is then given the chance to comment on proposed areas of negotiation.

The board plans to make the proposal available for public review beginning November 2, 2012 at the Richard S. Kirkendall Education Center, 170 W. San Jose Ave., and at the Claremont Library, 208 N. Harvard Ave.

Recognition of a CUSD employee is also on the agenda. The mystery employee, who was nominated by peers, will be honored as part of the district’s Spotlight on Excellence program, which celebrates staffers who make significant contributions toward education in the district.

After reports from the student board members representing CHS and San Antonio High School, delegations from Chaparral and Vista del Valle Elementary School will present informational reports on their respective Student Plans for Student Achievement (SPSA).

Later on, during the consent agenda portion of the gathering, the school board will vote to approve the SPSAs for El Roble Intermediate School and Claremont High School.

Other items on the agenda include a presentation regarding CUSD’s recent Energy Star Site Recognition for energy efficiency.

The school board meeting will be held Thursday, November 1 at 6:30 p.m. at the Kirkendall Center.

—Sarah Torribio

storribio@claremont-courier.com

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