The Board may establish other committees, as necessary. Unless specifically authorized by the Board to act on its behalf, Board committees shall act in an advisory capacity. When its duties have been completed, the committee shall be dissolved.
The goal of the Board of Education is to foster a positive relationship with the City of San Leandro and to identify areas of mutual interest with the City Council to support the District’s mission of promoting student achievement (liaison), to ensure that actions taken by District staff support the vision for student achievement and to communicate expectations regarding the overall climate that the Board and the community wish to exist in the schools (communications) and to serve as an advocate for San Leandro students by actively seeking the passage of policy and legislation favorable to the District (advocacy).
|Evelyn Gonzalez||James Aguilar||Christian Rodriguez||Diana Prola|
The goals of the Board of Education is to support student achievement by continuing to expand curriculum development, assessment—systems, and professional development opportunities (curriculum) and to ensure actions taken by District staff support the vision for student achievement and to communicate expectations regarding the overall climate that the Board and community wish to exist in the schools (policy). The policy committee also meets regularly to review and update Board policies to ensure alignment with current mandates and state and federal requirements. The committees meet monthly generally in the evening. Date/time set by the committee members and the Chair.
|James Aguilar||Diana Prola||Monique M. Tate||Evelyn Gonzalez|
The goal of the Board of Education is to ensure fiscal solvency of the District and accountability by adopting and monitoring a budget that allows the District to effectively and efficiently achieve the results described in the vision for improving student achievement. This vision includes implementation of state and federal mandates as outlined in the Local Educational Agency Plan and all other plans (Title I, Title II, and Title III) as required. The committee meetings center around the budget development calendar (Sept., Dec., Jan., March, and June).
|Peter Oshinski||Diana Prola||Monique M. Tate||Evelyn Gonzalez|
The goal of the Board of Education is to ensure that district facilities and technology support classroom instruction as well as District operations. The committee addresses the priorities and requirements of Measure J1 bond project. Because of the high demand for facilities projects this committee generally meets twice each month. The calendar of meetings is set by the committee and is aligned with Board meeting dates to ensure that bond project needs are met in a timely manner.
|Leo Sheridan||Diana Prola||Evelyn Gonzalez||James Aguilar|