The Pleasantonton school board may hire three principals at its meeting tonight, to replace two high school administrators and one at a middle school.
The board is set to hear recommendations in closed sessions and an announcement could be made at its open session.
Foothill Principal John Dwyer is leaving the district to tak a position at a school in San Jose, which is in the Peninsula's Fremont school district. Both Jim Hansen, principal at Amador Valley High School, and John Whitney, principal at Pleasanton Middle School, are retiring.
The board could also hire assistant principals for elementary schools and vice principals for some middle schools as part of the additional positions it approved earlier in the year.
In addition, the board will make a decision on whether to continue staggered reading programs for elementary school students.
The board will also hear a brief update on state funding. Gov. Jerry Brown is set to release his revision of the state's new fiscal yeaar budget, known as the May revise, at 10 a.m. today in Sacramento. Recent reports have shown the state is taking in more revenue than expected this year.
The meeting is set for 7 p.m. at the district's board room, 4665 Bernal Avenue.