Pleasanton's school board is readying for a busy meeting Tuesday night.
The board is expected to appoint principals for Harvest Park and Hart middle schools and will decide whether it can adjust its staffing finances based on the state's May revised budget.
The state's May revised budget is critical for Pleasanton Unified since the district is considering laying off some employees unless it can find more funding for those positions. Most of those positions had been paid for with one-time dollars that were not renewed.
According to the school board meeting agenda, the May revise includes additional one-time funding of $23 per student in attendance. This means the district will get about $329,000 more in one-time funding for the 2016-17 year.
The board will discuss how much of an impact this funding will have on previous layoff decisions. The district sent out pink slips to some certificated and classified staff earlier this spring. District administration stated at previous meetings that they hoped to be able to rescind some of those layoff notices after the May revise.
The school board will also honor the district's high school valedictorians and salutatorians at Tuesday night's board meeting, held at the district headquarters on Bernal Avenue.