The Pleasanton school board plans to announce the district's new superintendent at its meeting tonight.
The meeting will not be broadcast live on Tri-Valley Television, but will be videotaped for showing at 7 p.m. Friday and at 2 p.m. Saturday on Channel 28.
The Dublin City Council meeting has tonight's time slot reserved for its regular meetings.
The announcement comes after the board discussed its choices of finalists with members of a board-selected community committee of nine individuals.
The board conducted interviews for a third day Friday in closed session meetings and then talked over those interviews that afternoon.
The district has been searching for a new superintendent since former superintendent Parvin Ahmadi resigned in May to become Castro Valley's superintendent. In the meantime, former Amador Valley High School Principal Jim Hansen has been serving as the interim superintendent.
Pleasanton Unified started its search in November when it hired superintendent search firm McPherson & Jacobson.
The community committee was made up of a district administrator, a principal, a member of the teacher's union, a member of the classified employee union and five residents selected by the board.
Patrick Gannon, the district's public information officer, said the board aims for the new superintendent to begin work on July 1, the first day of the district's 2016-17 financial year.
The board also plans to announce tonight the new principals for Amador Valley High and Walnut Grove Elementary schools. The board will also decide whether to cut a total of 19.5 full-time equivalent classified positions from its workforce, which could mean the reduction of hours or layoffs.
The school board meeting will start at 7 p.m. in the district headquarters at 4665 Bernal Ave.
The board also will hold a closed-door meeting starting at 5:30 p.m. and will report on any actions taken at the regular meeting.