Talk to a council member. You won’t know which one will be there – Lynette Lee-Eng, Anita Enander, Jeannie Bruins, Neysa Fligor, or Jan Pepper. But the surprise is half the fun!
Sponsors’ Message as seen on FB–
(1 To provide factual information about similarities and differences between traditional public schools and charter schools (specifically Los Altos School District and Bullis Charter School) regarding governance, finances, requirements imposed by the California Education Code, Proposition 39 ( Prop 39 ), and student population.
(2 To elicit additional questions from members of the audience about LASD/BCS operations, relationship, proposed agreement, negotiation process, or anything else of interest.
Date and Time: Tuesday, June 4, 7-8 pm
Place: Los Altos Main Library
Co-sponsors: Los Altos Women’s Caucus, Los Altos Library, Los Altos Community Foundation, Los Altos Town Crier, Los Altos-Mountain View AAUW.
Robin Abrams and Curtis Cole will present basic information on the topics mentioned above. We will solicit additional questions from the audience to be researched and answered in the coming months in a variety of ways, for example potentially, an additional forum(s), Q and A in the Town Crier, the LASD community engagement process, KMVT program(s). The moderator is Joan Barram
Both presenters – Robin Abrams and Curtis Cole – are long, long, long time members of the LASD Citizens’ Advisory Committee on Finance (CACF). They and other CACF members meet periodically with Randy Kenyon, the LASD Superintendent for Business.
Robin Abrams has been on the board of or otherwise active in the Los Altos Education Foundation (LAEF) for a very long time. This organization raises funds from parents and the community, funds that can be used to enhance LASD teachers’ ‘professional development.’
The R Group – providing energy efficiency projects like solar panels to Calfornia public Schools