The Pleasanton school board may once again go into closed session at its meeting tonight to take up the issue surrounding ousted Walnut Grove Principal Jon Vranesh.
There's no vote scheduled to come from the discussion, and the matter will likely be continued for another closed meeting before a vote is held. As of last week, according to an anonymous source, no written charges have been filed against Vranesh.
The board is also set to hold its annual reorganization meeting, with the close of current President Jeff Bowser's one-year term. Board Member Jamie Hintzke is the only member of the school board not to have held the post as president.
The school board will also discuss financial issues, including a possible vote on how to spend one-time state money to help implement the new set of learning standards that are being implemented across the country. The district is expected to get about $2.5 million to be spend over two years.
The board is also slated to discuss building maintenance and capital projects, which include the construction of new buildings.
The closed session begins at 5 p.m. and the open session begins at 7. Both will be held in the district board room, 4665 Bernal Ave.
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