The Pleasanton School Board will consider giving itself a raise at its meeting tonight.
If approved, board members would get a 5% raise, going from $400 a month to $420 a month.
Meanwhile, the board may increase fees for after school programs run by Kids Club and the YMCA. Board documents say a fee increase is necessary to cover full day staffing and programming for the summer when students are not in school.
The board will consider a proposal to increase fees for June from $425 per month for Grades 1-5 and $550 per month for Kindergarten to $650 per month for all grades. That's still among the lowest cost for local after-school programs.
In addition, the board will hear updates about the implementation of new learning standards called Common Core and will consider how to spend state funding that goes along with the standards.
The board will also consider appointments to the local control advisory committee, which will help the district make decisions on how to allocate money coming in under a new state funding formula that gives school districts greater control on spending.