The Pleasanton school board will meet in closed session starting at 5 p.m. this afternoon to consider appointing an interim replacement for Superintendent Parvin Ahmadi, who will leave July 1 to become the new superintendent of the Castro Valley Unified School District.
The board will also discuss appointing an interim replacement for Bill Faraghan, assistant superintendent of Human Resources, who retires this month.
The board met briefly in closed session June 3 to consider appointing an interim replacements for these positions, as well as to discuss searching for a new superintendent. Trustee Mark Miller was out of town and no action was taken.
In addition to Tuesday's closed session agenda, the board will consider appointing a coordinator for special projects/program improvement.
In other business:
• The board will hear a report from the Pleasanton Parent Teachers Association (PTA) Council -- which is made up of leaders from the schools' parent organizations.
The Pleasanton PTA Council has organized many programs, services and events to support the district's students and community this year, said staff reports.
• Trustees will hear a report and hold a public hearing on the FY 2015-16 proposed budget.
• District staff will provide a first reading of the 2015-16 Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) draft, which is a required action under the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF).
According to staff reports, PUSD's LCAP is aligned with state and district priorities to ensure that supplemental funds provided to the school district to support targeted students are expended in a manner to facilitate their academic success. Targeted students include socio-economically disadvantaged, English learners and foster/kinship youth.
• Trustees will hold a public hearing and consider adopting the fee justification study and increasing statutory development fees imposed on new residential and commercial/industrial development projects.
The School Facility Fee Justification Report was presented and discussed at the school board meeting May 29, and supported raising the statutory fee.
• The board will discuss and consider approving the Capital Maintenance Five-Year Plan, which includes: repairing/replacing paving at various sites, replacing flooring at Mohr Elementary and Hart Middle multipurpose rooms and Foothill High's small gym, replacing/repairing HVAC units at Foothill and Amador Valley, and conducting annual safety inspections and repairs for all bleachers and stadium seating.
Tonight's open session begins at 7 p.m. in the district's boardroom, 4665 Bernal Ave.