AESD Week in Review

A DISTRICT OF UNLIMITED POSSIBILITIES

Week of March 14-March 18th

SUPERINTENDENT'S MESSAGE

Good Morning Trustees,


Bradach PTA Summary


It came to my attention earlier this week that there have been some issues with the PTA finances at Bradach.


On 2/1/2016 the former PTA President at Bradach, Ivette Soto reported that her car had been broken into. Mrs. Soto claimed that some checks were missing and possibly $30 were unaccounted for. Immediately after the incident took place, the PTA bank accounts were frozen and a police report was made. This incident was discussed the following week with the Bradach PTA Executive Cabinet. The Bradach Executive Cabinet elected to work with the 5th District PTA Chapter to conduct an audit of the Bradach PTA finances. The 5th District PTA Chapter assigned Ray Kinyon to audit the Bradach PTA books. Ray Kinyon was contacted by Julie Hirst on March 15th to check on the progress of the audit. Mr. Kinyon emailed a response that stated everything seemed normal as there was “nothing really outstanding so far.” (Email by Ray Kinyon on 3/15/2016: 2:45 p.m.). Mr. Kinyon wrote that he hopes to have the full audit completed by the end of March. As soon as I receive the final report, I will inform our Trustees of the status of the Bradach PTA finances.


Cafeteria Issues at Bradach


It was also reported to me that a few parents are harrassing cafeteria workers during the breakfast and lunch periods in the Bradach cafeteria. One parent, in particular has threatened two cafeteria workers that she "will have them fired." The administration at Bradach has recieved written complaints by our CNS workers that this type of harassment is taking place. Furthermore, it has been observed that parents and adults have been eating food from the plates of students while "supervising" their children inside the cafeteria. Per federal regulations, parents are not allowed to eat food from the plates of children. Also, we have Ed. Code regulations that clearly express that adults (and/or parents are not to be on campus) without following the proper procedures such as signing-in at the front office. If parents desire to be on campus to volunteer and take a more active role, they have to be finger printed and processed with a background check. Due to these reasons, parents will not be allowed inside the cafeteria at Bradach begining on April 4th (when students return from Spring Break). This measure will be implemented to protect our CNS workers from continued harassment and to ensure the overall, safety of our students.


CAASP Training


On Monday, I attended the CAASPP Training given by our Curriculum Coordinators. In attendance were at least two members from each of our school sites (one Administrator and at least one teacher). Our Curriculum Coordinators did an excellent job going over the compliance pieces of the administration of the State test. They also were resources for our sites as each site created their testing schedule and plans for the upcoming administration of the tests.



Reconfiguration Planning


We worked with our Site Administrators regarding preparations for our new school configurations for next year. We reviewed with them the ADTA contract language regarding transfers and timelines. We talked to Administrators about end of the year activities and ideas for to implement to help our students with the transition to a new school. The Administrators will be going back to their sites to gain input from their teachers and then we will be communicating our plans to our AESD parents and students.


We worked with our Site Administrators regarding preparations for our new school configurations for next year. We reviewed with them the ADTA contract language regarding transfers and timelines. We talked to Administrators about end of the year activities and ideas for to implement to help our students with the transition to a new school. The Administrators will be going back to their sites to gain input from their teachers and then we will be communicating our plans to our AESD parents and students.


On a last note, I had the privilege of going on a field trip with students from Ted Vick to the Morongo Preserve. In addition to spending quality time with our students, I was able to teach our students about different eco-systems and risparian environments. It was a great day! Our students asked wonderful questions and made very insightful observations. I am truly fortunate to be an educator in the Adelanto Elementary School District.


Trustees, thank you for your support on Tuesday and Thursday with the decisions to modify our district boundararies and grade level configurations. I am confident that these tough decisions will help our district to move forward.


Wishing you a wonderful weekend,


Edwin

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Exemplary Art Work By One of Our AESD Students

Adelanto Elementary School -Principal, Ramon Rizo

Task #1: We started off this week meeting with teachers, parents, and our school psychologist as we continue on with SST meetings. Our SST team has done a great job this year helping out parents and teachers out with possible solutions to help our students succeed.


Task #2: This week’s staff meeting was centered on Thinking Maps staff development. This week was the first time our staff got to work together in developing the Circle Map, a great beginning step in the writing process that can be implemented across all curriculum.


Task #3: Our amazing PTA was out this week hosting our Cougar AR Store! We had a great turn out of students who have built up lots of points on their Accelerated Reader report.


Task #4: This week the CCSS Math Parent Work Shop Team is meeting to finalize any other details for our upcoming event. For this event, we will continue the “centers” model to have parents move from activity to activity.


Upcoming Events


Event #1: Cougar Store, Friday, March 18


Event #2: CCSS Parent Math Work Shop March 22


Bradach Elementary School -Principal, Julie Hirst

Task #1: Marketing the Message: Posted pictures of Facebook of Pi Day and our Betsy Ross assembly. Worked on the April newsletter that discusses the closed campus, safety and the reconfiguration of the K-8 to a K-5.


Task #2: High Expectations: Reviewed the Keys of Excellence with the Staff and talked about how these keys are supported by the implementation of AVID and PBIS.


Task #3: College Readiness: Had our AVID walk through with RIMS on Tuesday. We discussed our certification procedures. We received commendations for showing improvement since the December walk through. I invited Sherelle Crawford to walk through with us since she had expressed bringing AVID Elementary to her campus. Julie lead the K-3 collaboration on Tuesday. I have included the power point she used. We are working with our K-3 teachers on the development of the Daily 5, which is a literacy development program that mirrors early level WICOR strategies. Students each day 1) Read to themselves 2) Read to others 3) Listen to Reading, 4) Complete word work and 5) Work on writing. While the students work in these areas, the teacher is pulling students for small group instruction. The expectations for these centers is explicitly taught to the students using anchor charts, similar to AVID’s anchor charts. Our intent with this training is to build stamina with our students, to model effective small group instructional strategies and to build the reading base needed in grades 3-5 for reading and writing to learn. On Wednesday, I met with the 4-8 team and we worked on the Marzano Essential 13 and how the 13 is supported by WICOR. We also had the same conversations around PBIS that the K-3 team had. The 7th and 8th grade students took a field trip to Cal Poly Pomona.


Task #4: Effective Leadership/Instruction: Attended CAASP training on Monday. Met with Team Integrity this morning. Brought an article to share on Marzano’s Essential 13, which is a compilation of his early research on high yield instructional strategies and how they have evolved to support college and career readiness development in students. We had great conversation around writing and what our schools are using to support writing. Ramon talked about the Thinking Maps his staff is using with their writing focus. We talked about the information we received yesterday about the possibility of our AA/Aps being moved to other sites with the boundary changes. We are concerned with the instability this creates when we are trying to build consistency at sites and building instruction, especially with the coaching pieces. We hope the district will look beyond the numbers and think long term about the instructional and student achievement goals we are trying to achieve. We also talked about how the sites that share really need their own AAs. Being an instructional leader is hard to do when you have to devote so much time to the management pieces like discipline etc. We discussed closed campus procedures at each site and some of the challenges the sites are facing with special Ed scheduling. Attended IEPS.


Upcoming Events


Event #1: Awards ceremonies 3/23: K-1 @ 8:50, 2-3: 9:20, 4: 9:40 3/24 5-6 9:00 7/8 9:30


Columbia Middle School -Principal, Rich Upshaw

Accomplishments


Task #1: CAASPP Training


Task #2: SART meetings


Task #3: Progress reports


Upcoming Events


Event #1: High School Transition Meetings- SPED


Event #2 Begin Soccer Season


Eagle Ranch Elementary School --Principal, Laura Ramos

Task #1: Our SPED team continues to work closely with administration to make sure all IEPs are current, scheduled, and held. We are continuing to work to maintain the 100% compliance rate.


Task #2: Grade levels had two hours of collaboration time this week for the month.


Task #3: Fifth grade staff began Physical Fitness Testing.


Task #4: Our PTA hosted their spring book fair for students.


Task #5: Ruth Oliver received the Certificated Employee of the Month at the March 15th AESD Board Meeting.


Task #6: The Victorville American Association of University Women hosted two assemblies for our fourth grades relating to women in history.


Task #7: We hosted our last Parent Volunteer class for the school year.


Task #8: Our English Learner Advisory Council hosted their monthly meeting.


Upcoming Events


Event #1: Grade Level Awards Assemblies will be hosted on March 21st, 22nd, and 24th to recognize second trimester accomplishments.


El Mirage School -- Dean, Vanessa Jones

Task #1: Students are busy typing poems, stories, and graphic novels for our Young Authors competition.


Task #2: Teachers and students are preparing for CAASPP by taking computer based practice tests


Task: 8th graders are working on creating our school’s yearbook.


Upcoming Events:


Event #1: Donuts with the Dean – March 18th @ 9:15am


Event #2: School Site Council – March 21st @ 3:30pm


Event #3: 5th thru 8th grade Field Trip to the Getty Villa in Pacific Palisades


Melva Davis Academy of Excellence

Task #1: Hiring process for teachers will begin within the next week


Task #2: MOT walk through and academic services walk through of campus to plan which rooms will be utilized for classrooms for grades 6th, 7th, 8th


Upcoming Events


Event #1: MDAE Informational Meeting @ DO – Thursday March 17th @ 9:30am and @ Gus Franklin 5:30pm


Event #2: Student applications accepted at MDAE March 21 – April 20 from 10:00am until 4:00pm Monday thru Friday


Upcoming Events:


Event #1: MDAE Presentation at Gus Franklin– Wednesday March 9th @ 5:30pm



Event #2: Tour of Richardson Prep – Monday March 14th @ 12:15pm



Event #3: MDAE Informational Meeting @ DO – Thursday March 17th @ 9:30am and 5:30pm


Event #4: Tour of Riverside STEM Prep Thursday March 24th @ 8:30-10:30am

George Magnet School Principal, Carol Coburn

Task #1: I held Coffee with the Principal this week. We discussed STAR Reading, Math, and Early Literacy testing results. We discussed playground supervision. The parents had questions about the long term substitutes in Mrs. Payton’s class and the open 7th grade position. I shared with the parents how Mrs. Payton’s 3rd grade class is now receiving math instruction from Mrs. Kutch and reading instruction from Mrs. Apodaca. The third graders in their classes are rotating to the substitute to receive instruction in science/social studies. I let them know that this plan will be in place for the remainder of the school year. I also shared with them that the 7th grade teacher is being processed on Friday and we hope she will begin after break. I shared with the parent some handouts about Social Media safety and internet safety.



Task #2: I attended CAASPP training for 2016 with a teacher leader that will assist as a site coordinator. We were able to plan out a testing schedule and a list of preparation. This information will be presented at the staff meeting on April 5.


Task #3: The Drama class is in the process of filming their stop animation movies. Students are recording their script as a voice over and deciding the music they will be using.


Upcoming Events


Event #1: Family Movie Night, March 18 from 5:00-7:00 p.m.


Event #2: Awards Assemblies


Event #3: TK-K March 18 at 9:30 a.m.


Event #4: 1st and 2nd grade March 21 at 9:30 a.m.


Event #5: 3rd and 4th grade March 22 at 9:30 a.m.


Event #6: 5th and 6th grade March 23 at 9:30 a.m.


Event #7: College Shirt and Spirit Day, March 24


Gus Franklin Jr. --Principal, Mina Blazy

Task #1: completed CAASPP training on March 15th with all teacher staff


Task #2: Tuesdays are University Tuesdays with spirit shirt


Task #3: reviewed warranty for Lenovo laptops; able to receive replacement keyboards for damaged items. J


Task #4: Attended Board meeting on March 15


Task #5: Meet with Kindergarten teachers regarding next year’s assessments


Task #6: Meet for SART meetings


Task #7: Discussed end of the year activities for 5th, 6th, and 7th grades


Task #8: Created info packet for CUE Conference attendees


Task #9: Intervention with specific focus in mathematics and ELA started this week before and after school (teacher support and intervention)


Task #10: Created budget transfers for negative balances regarding teacher salaries for extra Duty/intervention


Task #11: 2nd grade met as a team to discuss their benchmark data


Task #12: Stopped by the school to observe custodial work and behavior


Upcoming Events


Event #1: April 23rd noon- 4 pm spring festival


It’s a gas to teach class – test drive will be here as well (fund raiser)


Event #2: PBIS – 6th grade interactive assembly


Event #3: March 9th Rio Tinto Mines field trip (6th grade)


Event#4: California Science Museum April 13th (3rd grade)



Event#5: Science Camp March 14th – 18 (5th grade)


Event #6: UC-Riverside MESA Regionals in April


Event #7: SSC meeting April 7 4 pm


Event #8: Wear a green shirt; March 17


Mesa Linda Middle School--Principal, Darlene Mossman

Task #1: Attended Safety and Wellness meeting 3/10/16


Task #2: Held 7th Annual College and Career Day 3/11/16


Task#3: Attended CAASPP meeting 3/14/16


Task #4: Attended IEP and Manifest Determination meetings 3/15-3/16


Task #5: Met with Cabinet regarding Middle School staffing 3/15/16


Task #6: Attended District Board meeting 3/15/16


Task #7: Attended Management meeting 3/1/16


Task #8: Adelanto High School presentation at MLMS for 8th grade students


Upcoming Events


Event #1: Leadership meeting 3/21/16


Event #2: Silverado Presentation meeting for 8th grade students


Event #3: Soccer game hosted at MLMS 3/23/16


Morgan Kincaid School ---Principal, Kristen Cooper

Task #1: SSTs were held for 16 students. 7 initial SSTs were held and 9 were follow up meetings. 11 students will continue to be monitored for growth. 1 student was exited. 2 student’s records will be reviewed for possible testing recommendations.


Task #2: Awards assemblies were held to celebrate second trimester accomplishments.


Task #3: I met with the district AVID elementary team. WE walked through school sites and classrooms. WE met with the RIMS AVID representative and discussed requirements for certification.


Task #4: I attended interviews for teaching positions and for the foster youth counselor position. I continued with reference checks for candidates from the job fair and began reference checking a teacher from this week’s interviews.


Upcoming Events


Event #1: Coffee with the Principal on April 5th at 8:00 am


Ted Vick School- Principal, Vikki Chavez

Task #1: Team of teachers and admin attending CUE Conference in Palm Springs to learn more about blended learning, educational technology and CCSS technologies.


Task #2: Presented data PPT to staff and shared data goal sheets.


Task #3: Began TDAP data-gathering to prepare students for next year.


Task #4: Collaborated with MK, DB and RIMS AVID Coordinator to prepare for AVID Certification.


Task: 5: 5th Graders attended a field trip to Big Morongo Nature Preserve.


Upcoming Events


Event #1: Middle School St. Patrick’s Dance


Event #2: Round Up Assembly


Victoria Magathan School -Principal, Sandra Loudermilk


Task #1: Our teachers received the opinion writing information from the writing committee and they had collaboration time to work on their MTSS groups.


Task #2: Our 6th grade teachers gave the ICA to see the growth. One of our 5/6 teachers will also be giving this test.


Task #3: School Site Council met. We approved the reclassification celebration.


Task #4: Leadership met to discuss upcoming year end events and testing. We developed our testing schedule.


Upcoming Events


Event #1: SST Meetings will be held next week.


Event #2: We have a 90 minute early out next Thursday.


Event #3: Our PBIS team will present a behavior assembly when we return from Spring Break.


West Creek Elementary School -Principal Deborah Bowers

Task #1: High Expectations: I had the opportunity to visit other school sites with Team Vision. I was able to see other school sites and ask questions about programs they have in place which help to maintain the campus and support teachers in their instructional practices. Besides learning new ideas and having time to collaborate with other administrators, I was able to confirm ideas we already have in place at West Creek.


Our teachers were given the opportunity to collaborate this week during our staff meeting time. Some of the topics of discussion included classroom management, student growth/academic growth, Lexia use, and how to increase attendance for the remainder of the year. Alicia and I have noticed more teachers coming to us talking about academic strategies and less discussion on classroom management.


Task #2: College and Career Readiness: Alicia and I attended the workshop on administrating the CAASPP. As we move forward into the testing season, we are planning on professional development for the staff about testing procedures and how to make sure our students are prepared for the computer based test. We want to make sure computer skills do not hinder our student’s ability to show what they have learned this year. We are planning to take next week’s staff meeting and educate the teachers on expectations for testing and give them ideas on for practicing with their students. We will emphasis exposing the students to the practice test without making the practice tests the curriculum for the next 4 weeks.


Task #3: Awards: We held our Top Pirate and Student of the Month luncheon this week. The luncheon is held each month and the students really look forward to the celebration. We were also able to honor Jesse Gonzalez with our STAR Rotary luncheon. Jesse is a 1st grader on our campus who is a model student who is always doing his best. He wants to be a doctor when he grows up. He enjoyed the lunch although he was quite shy about all the attention.



Upcoming Events


Event #1: N/A


Westside Park Elementary School -Principal Sherelle Crawford

Task #1: 5th Graders took a field trip to the California Science Center in Los Angeles. The students were very excited about seeing the Endeavor exhibit.


Task #2: PBIS continues to be supported with weekly lessons. This week’s lesson focuses on “Talking Out.” Students continue to receive rewards – Wildcat Tickets, Golden Wildcat Tickets to whole classes; visits to the Wildcat Lounge and prizes distributed during the weekly PBIS assembly. Tier 2 interventions are in place to support students’ behavior needs. Check-in/Check-out is supporting students to meet daily expectations. Students are assigned to staff members who meet with them daily to discuss their daily successes and areas for growth.


Task #3: Principal attended an AVID Walk-thru and coaching session at Bradach and Morgan Kincaid. WSP teachers have expressed a high interest in implementing AVID next year. Our next step is to be included in the AESD contract with AVID in order to enroll in the AVID Summer Institution. Principal has communicated with and received support from our Chief Academic Officer.


Task #4: Parents were very excited about the Weekly Loving Solutions Parenting Workshop. This workshop is being hosted by the DMSelpa. Parents are learning positive ways to support their children academically and for challenging behaviors.


Task #5: SST and IEP meetings continue to support students with interventions for academic and behavior needs.


Task #6: Students continue to enjoy Saturday School sessions. Our Saturday School continues to be well attended.


Task #7: Students and parents attended SARB hearings for behavior and attendance support.


Upcoming Events


Event #1: Wildcat Trading Post, 3/23/16


Event #2: Proctor Training, 3/24/16


Event #3: 90 Minute Early Out – 3/24/16


Event #4: Spring Break, 3/28/16-4/1/16


Chief Academic Officer- Dr. Amy Nguyen-Hernandez

Wednesday morning and evening parent classes at the Family Engagement Center continue to be well received by the community and parents; the nutrition class ended after 8 successful weeks – parents were very appreciative and indicated that they can’t wait until the next round begins next school year


Thursday morning and evening parent classes at the Family Engagement Center –continue to be a success with AESD parents and community members


Attended Rotary STAR luncheon in honor of West Creek student, Jesse Gonzalez


Meeting with Becky Thams (pronounced Toms), Operations Manager San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools, Student Services State Preschool Program, Mr. Beal, and Mr. Mohindra to discuss the process of opening a preschool program in AESD for the 2016/17 school year. The meeting will take place Thursday afternoon, more information to come.


Chief Business Officer- Mr. Ajay Mohindra

Ms. Barringer and I visited Ted Vick breakfast in the classroom program as site is making modifications to the program and having lower grade students eat breakfast in the multipurpose room. Transition is working smooth and will be better in next few days.


Dr. Gomez and I had a conference call with Trustee Eckes to answer questions regarding purchase orders and warrants.


Dr. Gomez, Dr. Hernandez and I had a conference call with legal counsel to next steps regarding Desert Trail facilities.


Dr. Hernandez, Dr. Jones, Mr. Anwar and I did a walkthrough of Melva Davis in order to start planning for the opening of the site in August. Discussed what wings are used for which grade span and what additional items might be needed in the classroom in regards to furniture etc.


Dr. Hernandez and I attended a LCAP calibration meeting hosted by the County Office of Education. A new LCAP template is being developed for the district to utilize for 2016-17 year. County also discussed the budgeting aspects of the LCAP and how it needs to be reflected in the document for their review and approval.


Chief Personnel Officer- Mr. Todd Beal

Task #1: Certificated


References on applicants from March 5th job fair is occurring. Interviews occurred for Foster Youth Counselor on March 15, 2016. Interviews occurred for Elementary School Teacher for March 16, 2016. Teacher transfer interviews occurred on March 17, 2016. Itinerant Art Teacher interviews scheduled for March 22, 2016. SAI Teacher interviews scheduled for March 24, 2016. Contracted teachers for General Education and SAI continue to be processed for the 2015-2016 school year. Certificated substitute/guest teachers continue to be processed for the 2015-2016 school year. Substitute teacher coverage was at 91 percent even though there were school business absences all five days this week. Various other Personnel functions addressed on a daily basis.


Task #2: Classified


On March 15, 2016 the family education liaison bilingual, substitute proctor and substitute FSW I exams were given. On March 16, 2016 the MOT Secretary test was given. On March 17, 2016 substitute campus security, substitute custodian and the bilingual stipend exams were given. Contracted classified employees continue to be processed for the 2015-2016 school year. Classified substitutes continue to be processed. Processing of volunteers for the 2015-16 year continues. Various other Personnel functions addressed on a daily basis.


Task #3: Risk Management


3/15; Meeting at the City of VV with the Safe Route to School Task Force. This includes neighboring school districts and city representatives. Discussion regarding our $4 million grant. We are still waiting to hear about the progress with the environmental study, etc. before the sidewalks, lights, signage, etc. can be installed. We also discussed an air ommisions grant for schools. The grant will be done by our SRT representative and 5 schools will be able to participate if it is granted. I thought of Gus Franklin School, of which I will confirm with Ms. Blazy.


3/16: Workers’ Compensation quarterly file review. We discussed our open claims and their progress. We have 20 open claims of which are aggressively being managed with our Team. As of 12/1/15 we had 60 open claims, so we have progressed immensely even with new claims that we have opened since 1/1/16.


3/16: Conference call with San Bernardino County Block Grant Administrator. I’m inquiring about future grants. Details to follow.


3/17: Conference call with “ALICE” which is an active shooter trainer to gather more information pertaining to training our staff and students.


3/18: Meeting with American Fidelity to plan our Open Enrollment process and mini health fair.


Task #4: Child Welfare and Attendance


Our basketball season for 5th and 6th grade is wrapping up. The playoffs for our AESD league will finish up next week at Gus Franklin School.


Our next Saturday School session will be on March 19th. The final count from the previous session was 1,293 students.


CSEA Negotiations


N/A


ADTA Negotiations


N/A


Upcoming Events


Event #1: 3/22/2016 – Itinerant Art Teacher Interviews


Event #2: 3/22/2016 – UCR career fair


Event #3: 3/24/2016 – SAI Teacher interviews


Event #4: 3/25/2016- CSU, Long Beach career fair


Event: 3/29/2016- CSU, Fullerton career fair


Event #6: 4/9/2016 – Azusa Pacific career fair


Event #7: 4/14/2016 – CSUSB career fair


Event #8: 4/18/2016 – University of Montana career fair


Event #8: 4/20/2016 – University of New Mexico career fair


Event #9: 4/21/2016 – Cal State LA career fair


Special Education- Jennifer Johnson


Task 1: We held Special Ed teachers meeting this week. Discussed and covered Suspensions, new configuration for Sped, State Testing and Extended School Year.



Task 2: Held meetings for STS and the NPA’s and attending meetings at Bright Futures Academy and Altus for our Non Public School kids.



Task 3: Met with our DMSELPA Program Specialist to debrief on the cases and teachers that she is working with in the district.



Task 4: Visited Melva Davis with Anwar, Rich, Scott, Jeff and Tad. I will be returning during Spring Break with them to take pictures and video for a transition movie for our families.



Task 5: I took Anwar with me to join Team Vision to complete walk through’s at AES and WSP. It was great walking the sites with him to see what types of things he sees through his viewpoint.



Upcoming Events


Event #1: DMSELPA Steering 03-18-16


Event #2: SMAA/ RMTS program training 03-22-16


Event #3: VME Sped Class invitation 03-23-16


Event #4: School Site Visits with Team Vision and Todd 03-24-16

Director of CNS- Delise Barringer

Task #1: Mandatory training modules issued by CDE were completed and we have the completion certificate.



Task #2: Nancy Osuna will retire after services at West Creek on March 17, 2016.



Task#3: CEP research and analysis is in progress. Ontario-Montclair has this program at 5 sites – partial implementation, not the entire District.



Task #4: April menus have been created and are ready for print.



Task #5: Breakfast service at Ted Vick is reviewed for modifications and improvements.



Task #6: All kitchen refrigeration has been serviced for preventative maintenance. A special report for Old George kitchen units is being prepared. We will schedule a review of Melva Davis for a quote for preventative maintenance.



Upcoming Events



Event #1: Next Saturday session is this Saturday, March 19

Director of Fiscal Services- Geta Woldie

Task #1: As required by the Affordable Care Act (ACA) tax provisions, the Health Coverage information (form 1095-C) has been mailed out to all covered employees this week by American Fidelity, our service provider.


Task #2: Continued working on reviewing current operating budget, projected expenditures and enrollment data in preparation for 2016-17 budget development.


Task #3: Prepared Child Nutrition Services staff information and occupational injuries survey requested by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.


Upcoming Events


Event #1: 2016-17 budget development and MYP.


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“Thumbs Up” to Mary Carnes and Wendy Davies, our Curriculum support staff. Mary and Wendy ensure that all of our curriculum books are ordered and inventoried. Both Mary and Wendy have a positive "can-do" attitude. We are fortunate to have them both on our AESD team.

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