The Pleasanton school board will learn about the minds and bodies of its students at its meeting tonight.
Regarding the mind, the board will get more information on how ready its graduates are for college or a career, and its plan to meet mandated state and federal improvements at Pleasanton Middle School and Valley View Elementary School.
The board will hear a report on high school graduates that includes those who participate in an early assessment program, along with the results of PSAT tests, advance placement scores, and results from the California High School Exit Exam.
It will also learn how well new programs implemented at PMS and Valley View are working. Those include a new English language arts curriculum, training of teachers on the district's online assessment reporting system and Common Core State Standards.
Regarding the body, the board will discuss work done this year with Physical Education teachers and administrators regarding a state fitness test.
Board members will also discuss aligning the district to health-related fitness standards and California Department of Education guidelines known as the Fitnessgram.
In addition, the board will discuss keeping in place a district plan to use money that was slated for maintenance projects to be used elsewhere as allowed under current state law.
The meeting is set for 7 p.m. in the District Board Room, 4665 Bernal Ave.