The Pleasanton school board has a packed agenda for tonight's meeting, which includes the approval of using Public Property Advisors as the consultant/realtor to provide services related to the "identification/evaluation and acquisition of an elementary school site; and potential disposition of surplus district-owned real property; and/or exchange of existing district-owned real property."
In January, the board was presented different options of new elementary school sites and directed staff to find a consultant to guide the district in this process.
Although this is an item on the consent agenda, any school board member may remove an item for additional questions.
Also on the consent agenda is the "Rejection of Claim - Berrydal Moshe vs. Pleasanton Unified School District" -- where the district's Property and Liability Claims Administration, Keenan & Associates, requests the board to reject a the reimbursement of injuries sustained by a Harvest Park Middle School student, after she was allegedly struck in the right eye by a student throwing a tennis paddle.
During Tuesday's open session, the board will discuss the Kids Club Program, 2014 Summer School Program and the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC) Field Test.
In addition, the board will be discussing the first reading of the board policies. The policies being looked at include complaints against concerning district employees and instructional materials, and complaint procedures.
At the same open session, the board will discuss and vote on the 2% compensation increase for Pleasanton Unified School District management/confidential employees.
During closed session, starting at 5 p.m., the board will appoint an assistant director of special education, coordinator 1 for human resources, coordinator 1 for communications and community engagement, and elementary school principals.
In addition, the board is set to take action on a parent complaint concerning actions of district employees, and two public employee complaints.
Any action taken in closed session will be reported at the regular school board meeting.
The regular school board meeting begins at 7 p.m. in the district's boardroom at 4665 Bernal Avenue.