It’s that time of year when we want to make the holidays special for shut-in senior citizens in our community. The “S” Club of Fillmore High School is adopting local shut-in to present each one of them wit a special gift basket for Christmas. The “S” Club members will personally purchase, wrap and deliver the baskets to each shut-in senior citizen. More importantly, the “S” Club will sing Christmas Carols and visit with each senior citizen. This may be the only gift and guest they have for the holidays.

This is a community effort and we need everyone to help. We are asking the local business, organizations and individuals to help us with this project by adopting a grandparent for Christmas. Your $20. donation will sponsor a special gift basket for one senior citizen. To show you care about them, your business card will be attached to the gift basket. For more information please contact Oralia Herrera 805-794-1900.

 


 
Dick Diaz visited Mountain Vista Elementary during the week of Veteran’s Day. He spoke with students in Mrs. Butts’s Language class about his own experiences in the Marines, and the tradition of military service in his family. He answered students’ questions and collected cards the students wrote to thank veterans for their service.
Dick Diaz visited Mountain Vista Elementary during the week of Veteran’s Day. He spoke with students in Mrs. Butts’s Language class about his own experiences in the Marines, and the tradition of military service in his family. He answered students’ questions and collected cards the students wrote to thank veterans for their service.
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Mr. Diaz explaining to the class about his dog tags.
Mr. Diaz explaining to the class about his dog tags.
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Fillmore Unified School District
Fillmore Unified School District

FILLMORE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
SPECIAL MEETING OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2010
SPECIAL BOARD MEETING
BOARD STUDY SESSION
8:30 A.M.
627 SESPE AVENUE, FILLMORE, CALIFORNIA

AGENDA
The public may review or request a copy of support materials provided to the Board Members where the word materials appears.

8:30 a.m.
I. CALL TO ORDER AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG
II. ROLL CALL
III. PUBLIC COMMENT ON NONAGENDA AND AGENDA ITEMS
This is the time and place to address the Board. State law prohibits the Board from acting on issues not included on the agenda; however, requests may be made for discussion of specific topics at subsequent meetings.
IV. CLARIFICATION OF AGENDA AND TIME ALLOCATIONS FOR DISCUSSION ITEMS
V. BOARD STUDY SESSION ON BROWN ACT (Government Code Section 45950 et.seq.)
VI. FUTURE MEETINGS
January 4 5:30 p.m. Closed Session – Board Room
6:30 p.m. Regular Meeting – Board Room
January 18 5:30 p.m. Closed Session – Board Room
6:30 p.m. Regular Meeting – Board Room
February 1 5:30 p.m. Closed Session – Board Room
6:30 p.m. Regular Meeting – Board Room
February 15 5:30 p.m. Closed Session – Board Room
6:30 p.m. Regular Meeting – Board Room
VII . BOARD CLOSING COMMENTS AND AGENDA BUILDING
12:00 p.m.
VIII. ADJOURNMENT
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you need special assistance to participate in this meeting, please contact the Superintendent's Office at (805) 524-6038. Notification 48 hours prior to the meeting will enable the district to make reasonable arrangements to ensure accessibility to this meeting. [In accordance with Government Code 54961 and Board Bylaw 9320(a).]

 


 
Sophomore bioengineering majors Josh Miller of Escondido and Zach Flagg of Meadow Vista display the solar panel and pipes the students put together for the fountain.
Sophomore bioengineering majors Josh Miller of Escondido and Zach Flagg of Meadow Vista display the solar panel and pipes the students put together for the fountain.
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Public invited to unveiling on Dec. 15

THOUSAND OAKS, CA. - The community is invited to the unveiling of a solar-powered fountain designed and built by California Lutheran University students.

The university’s first water fountain powered solely by solar energy will be dedicated from 3 to 4 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 15, south of Memorial Parkway between the Ahmanson Science Center and E Building the Thousand Oaks campus.

Students in Robert Rumer’s Introduction to Engineering class designed and constructed the fountain, which features a handcrafted waterwheel that uses hydropower. Camarillo-based SolarWorld USA in Camarillo donated a top-of-the-line 245-watt module for the project.

The landscape fountain is the latest green project undertaken by the CLU community. Faculty, staff and students planted a community garden in November. In October, the university dedicated the Swenson Center for the Social and Behavioral Sciences, which was designed to meet the sustainability criteria in the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) program. In 2009, CLU was named a Climate Action Leader for participating in the country’s most rigorous voluntary greenhouse gas reporting program. Other environmentally friendly projects include student campaigns to encourage classmates to reduce their carbon footprint, student research into sustainable solutions to environmental challenges, and the elimination of food trays and introduction of biodegradable packaging and organically grown food on campus.

For more information, contact Rumer at rrumer@callutheran.edu.

 


 

Camarillo, CA. - Once again this year, Student Government at CSU Channel Islands (CI) has organized a holiday gift drive to benefit 430 children who are residents at Casa Pacifica. Casa Pacifica provides a home, school and treatment facility for abused, neglected and severely emotionally disturbed children and adolescents from the tri-county area of Southern California.

Several years ago CI’s Student Government approached Casa Pacifica, CI’s Camarillo neighbor, asking to participate in the Kids’ Holiday Wish List program. Casa Pacifica commits to fulfilling this personalized wish list for all 430 residents so they are very dependent on the University’s and community’s generosity.

Katrina Newcomb, a Student Government Senator, explained that Student Government received small, paper dove ornaments personalized by each child at Casa Pacifica. Each ornament had the name of the child, his or her age and the gift desired. Student Government representatives then hung the dove ornaments on trees throughout the campus. Students and the entire campus community were invited to select an ornament, purchase the requested gift and return it with the ornament taped to the gift so it could later be given to the correct child. Monetary gifts to purchase gifts were also accepted. The gifts are scheduled to be delivered to Casa Pacifica on December 14.

Carrie Hughes, Assistant Director of Development & Public Relations at Casa Pacifica, explained that the facility and CI have had a very warm relationship over the years. “CI’s President Rush is on our Board of Directors. We have partnered with CI students on projects over the years, such as tutoring some of our students. We value the partnership with the University and its generous support of our 430 students and their families.”

CSU Channel Islands is accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Senior Colleges and Universities of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.

CI Mission Statement
Placing students at the center of the educational experience, California State University Channel Islands provides undergraduate and graduate education that facilitates learning within and across disciplines through integrative approaches, emphasizes experiential and service learning, and graduates students with multicultural and international perspectives.

 
Fillmore Unified School District
Fillmore Unified School District

FILLMORE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 2010
5:15 P.M. – CLOSED SESSION
6:00 P.M. - REGULAR MEETING
627 SESPE AVENUE, FILLMORE, CALIFORNIA

AGENDA
The public may review or request a copy of support materials provided to the Board Members where the word materials appears.

5:15 p.m.
I. CALL TO ORDER AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG
II. ROLL CALL
III. PUBLIC COMMENT ON CLOSED SESSION AND NONAGENDA ITEMS, PETITIONS
This is the time and place to address the Board. State law prohibits the Board from acting on issues not included on the agenda; however, requests may be made for discussion of specific topics at subsequent meetings.
IV. CLOSED SESSION
The Board of Education will meet from 5:15 to 6:00 p.m. to consider matters appropriate for Closed Session in accordance with Government Code Sections 3549.1, 54956.7 through 54957.7 and Education Code Section 35146. If the Board does not complete Closed Session discussions at this time, the Board may adjourn to Closed Session at the end of the regular meeting. DISCLOSURE OF ITEM(S) TO BE DISCUSSED IN CLOSED SESSION Conference With Real Property Negotiators (Government Code 54954.8)
707 First Street, Fillmore, CA Labor/Negotiations (Government Code 54957.6)
o Update; Direction to District Negotiators (Jeff Sweeney, Mike Bush, Todd Schieferle, Margaret Chidester) for negotiations with the Fillmore Unified Teachers Association (FUTA), the California School Employees Association (CSEA), Confidential Employees, and District Administration. Personnel Matters (Government Code 54957)
o Hiring, Evaluating, Discipline, Dismissal
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you need special assistance to participate in this meeting, please contact the Superintendent's Office at (805) 524-6038. Notification 48 hours prior to the meeting will enable the district to make reasonable arrangements to ensure accessibility to this meeting. [In accordance with Government Code 54961 and Board Bylaw 9320(a).]

6:00 p.m.
V. RECONVENE TO OPEN SESSION Any Action From Closed Session
VI. CALL TO ORDER AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG
VII. CLARIFICATION OF AGENDA AND TIME ALLOCATIONS FOR DISCUSSION ITEMS
VIII. PUBLIC COMMENT ON AGENDA ITEMS AND NONAGENDA ITEMS, PETITIONS
This is the time and place to address the school board. State law prohibits the Board from acting on issues not included on the agenda; however, requests may be made for discussion of specific topics at subsequent meetings.
IX. STUDENTS FIRST Michael Saviers Liz Wilde CONTINUED »

 
San Cayetano students who worked hard at fundraising earned the “Limo Lunch” Prize. They rode in the limousine to Valencia and enjoyed lunch and game playing at Chuck E Cheese.
San Cayetano students who worked hard at fundraising earned the “Limo Lunch” Prize. They rode in the limousine to Valencia and enjoyed lunch and game playing at Chuck E Cheese.
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December 3
Jeffrey Klein
Jeffrey Klein

Camarillo, CA. – The Martin V. Smith School of Business & Economics at CSU Channel Islands (CI) will host the final speaker for their fall 2010 speaker series. Jeffrey S. Klein, chairman and former CEO of 101 Communications, will be featured on Friday, Dec. 3, from 12 to 2 p.m. in Malibu Hall on the CI campus. Klein’s presentation will offer a unique and historical perspective from a media entrepreneur and former LA Times senior executive. The free program is open to the public and includes lunch.

The programs are sponsored by the MVS School of Business & Economics and the MVS Business Advisory Council. Please RSVP by visiting: https://csuci.wufoo.com/forms/fall-2010-speaker-series/

For additional information contact Merissa Stith at 805-437-8548 or merissa.stith@csuci.edu.

Free parking will be available on campus in lot A10 located off Ventura Street. Once on campus, follow the directional signs to parking lot A10. Shuttle service will be available between the campus parking lot and presentation room.

CSU Channel Islands is accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Senior Colleges and Universities of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.

CI Mission Statement
Placing students at the center of the educational experience, California State University Channel Islands provides undergraduate and graduate education that facilitates learning within and across disciplines through integrative approaches, emphasizes experiential and service learning, and graduates students with multicultural and international perspectives.

 
Mariah Perez
Mariah Perez

Last week was Renaissance week which was very successful. The theme this year was Masquerade "Unmask your potential". We had noontime activities, dress-up days and a rally. Our ASB was proud to see many people wearing renaissance shirts this year.

Coming up the boy’s basketball team has a game 11/29/10 home against Hueneme. Times are: frosh: 4p.m. JV: 5:30p.m. Varsity: 7:00p.m. Boys varsity basketball has a tournament away at Nordoff 12/1-4/10, time will be determined. Boys JV basketball will also have a tournament away at Carpinteria 12/1-4/10, time will be determined. Girls JV and Varsity basketball team will have a tournament home against Jolene Stethen. Times for both will be determined.

LET'S GO FLASHES!!!

 
Third grade students at San Cayetano host their yearly celebration of Plymouth Plantation for the whole school. Students rotate through various activities from that time period. The turkeys pictured (with San Cayetano students) come back to visit us each year for the Plantation event. They are owned by Timmy Klittich and family.
Third grade students at San Cayetano host their yearly celebration of Plymouth Plantation for the whole school. Students rotate through various activities from that time period. The turkeys pictured (with San Cayetano students) come back to visit us each year for the Plantation event. They are owned by Timmy Klittich and family.
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On November 5, the ASB of Fillmore Middle School went to Sespe to deliver a Fun Friday filled with activities. When we arrived, the Sespe kids were so excited with big smiles on their faces. Some of the activities included mini basketball, potato sack race, egg race, bubbles, tug of war, pin the tail on the donkey, Frisbee, and more. In the tug of war, the boys and girls challenged each other, and the funny thing is –sometimes the girls beat out the boys!! We also had prizes for the kids or teams that won the games. The kids had fun playing the games with their friends and we had fun playing with them too. This was the first time the FMS ASB delivered a Fun Friday to an elementary school.  We look forward to delivering more of these kinds of events to other schools as well.  Thank you to Ms. Hibler for giving us the opportunity to practice first hand our leadership skills with a group of wonderful students.
On November 5, the ASB of Fillmore Middle School went to Sespe to deliver a Fun Friday filled with activities. When we arrived, the Sespe kids were so excited with big smiles on their faces. Some of the activities included mini basketball, potato sack race, egg race, bubbles, tug of war, pin the tail on the donkey, Frisbee, and more. In the tug of war, the boys and girls challenged each other, and the funny thing is –sometimes the girls beat out the boys!! We also had prizes for the kids or teams that won the games. The kids had fun playing the games with their friends and we had fun playing with them too. This was the first time the FMS ASB delivered a Fun Friday to an elementary school. We look forward to delivering more of these kinds of events to other schools as well. Thank you to Ms. Hibler for giving us the opportunity to practice first hand our leadership skills with a group of wonderful students.
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Events include speakers, vigil, performances

THOUSAND OAKS, CA. - California Lutheran University will mark Ventura County’s World AIDS Day 2010 on Dec. 1 and 2 with a candlelight vigil, panel discussion and other events.

The commemoration will begin with “Portrayals of a Pandemic: Screening of HIV/AIDS Films” from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 1, in the Student Union Building on the Thousand Oaks campus. The movies focus on different aspects of the U.S. and global HIV/AIDS crisis.

The keynote event will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 2, in rooms 101 and 102 of the Swenson Center for the Social and Behavioral Sciences. Dr. John Prichard, medical director of the Immunology Clinic at the Ventura County Medical Center, will discuss prevention and care with a focus on access to HIV and AIDS services in Ventura County. County residents living with HIV/AIDS will then share their experiences and answer questions during “Positively Speaking – Local Voices of HIV/AIDS.”

As a service-learning project, students in CLU’s “Sexuality and Society” class will present “Stereotypes, Myths and Stigma” from 4:15 to 5:15 p.m. Dec. 2 in Swenson 101 and 102. The students designed the interactive performance based on training in reality improvisation and social change theatre techniques they received from Straight Up Ventura County.

The Dec. 2 activities will conclude with “Keeping the Faith: Candlelight Vigil” at 5:30 p.m. on the Swenson Center patio. Featured poet Jackson Wheeler of Oxnard, student poets Matt Soto of Oxnard and Stephanie Saindon of Cypress, and musicians will perform.

Participants are invited to bring non-perishable food items for AIDS Project Ventura County’s Necessities of Life Food Pantry to the Dec. 2 events.

The Student Union Building is located on the north side of Memorial Parkway between Pioneer and Regent avenues. The Swenson Center is located on the north side of Faculty Street between Regent and Pioneer.

CLU’s Center for Equality and Justice and Wellness Initiatives are sponsoring the free events. For more information, please contact Amanda Whealon at (805) 493-3950 or awhealo@callutheran.edu.

 
The classes decorated their doors for a contest on Monday. Tuesday the students wore their sports jerseys or shirts. Wednesday they wore red. Thursday was pajama day and to top off the week, Friday was their costume parade. We also had Smokey the Bear come visit our students this year. The kids enjoyed having Smokey on campus. Photos of Smokey taken by Christine Parrish.
The classes decorated their doors for a contest on Monday. Tuesday the students wore their sports jerseys or shirts. Wednesday they wore red. Thursday was pajama day and to top off the week, Friday was their costume parade. We also had Smokey the Bear come visit our students this year. The kids enjoyed having Smokey on campus. Photos of Smokey taken by Christine Parrish.
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The entire staff and student body at Sespe got together to form BOO!
The entire staff and student body at Sespe got together to form BOO!
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The theme this year was Say Boo! to Drugs. Photo by Bob Sube.
The theme this year was Say Boo! to Drugs. Photo by Bob Sube.
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Bill Herrera from State Farm Insurance came to speak to the students about what a good citizen is and how being good citizens can help students in school and in their outside lives.
Bill Herrera from State Farm Insurance came to speak to the students about what a good citizen is and how being good citizens can help students in school and in their outside lives.
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Peacebuilder Assembly with featured speaker Bill Herrera from State Farm Insurance. Sammy Lori from San Cayetano is our perfect attendance winner for October.
Peacebuilder Assembly with featured speaker Bill Herrera from State Farm Insurance. Sammy Lori from San Cayetano is our perfect attendance winner for October.
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On Monday, November 8, 2010, San Cayetano School recognized good citizenship and character at their Peacebuilder Assembly for the month of November. Mr. Bill Herrera from State Farm Insurance came to speak to the students about what a good citizen is and how being good citizens can help students in school and in their outside lives. Each teacher chose a student from his or her class whom showed excellent character and peace-building skills. ASB President, Cali Wyand,and Vice President, Lizzie Castaneda assisted Mr.Herrera in handing out the Peacebuilder Awards. The Peacebuilders for November are: Gabriel Gomez, Ray Ray Alcantar,Philip Valenzuela,Marissa Diaz, Miguel Valdez, Emily Felix, Erik Magana, Evelio Patino, Alyssa Ocegueda,Brian Gozalez,Anthony Magana, Connel Ferguson, Juliana Villalta, Araceli Guzman-Negrete, Juan Diego Martinez
Wendy Carrillo Garcia, Anthony Gomez, Melissa Assphor, and Demely Amezcua. Cali and Lizzie then announced to the students that John Paul Pet is sponsoring the San Cayetano Character Counts Award of a $100.00 savings bond. Mr.Herrera presented the Character Counts Award to a deserving third-grade student. Lillian Diaz was chosen by the third grade teachers as a model of outstanding behavior and responsibility to the other students. To conclude the assembly, students were reminded to turn in their Perfect Attendance tickets. Each month all students who come to school, each day, on time, are given an orange raffle ticket. The students place their tickets in a box and one ticket is drawn. The student whose ticket is drawn is given a backpack full of supplies. Each month, the tickets will be put into a larger box that will be kept until the end of the year. In June, Mrs. Marholin, the principal, will draw from the tickets to give away two new bicycles. Sammy Lori won the Perfect Attendance Award for November.

 
Sammy Lori from San Cayetano is our perfect attendance winner for October.
Sammy Lori from San Cayetano is our perfect attendance winner for October.
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Last Friday the Fillmore High School Band (which includes a handful of Fillmore Middle School students) performed at the 100th Fillmore/Santa Paula Football game for the first time in their new uniform jackets. On Saturday, for the first time since 2006, the Fillmore High School Band also competed in a Marching Band Competition - the 28th Annual Highlander Marching Band Competition in Granada Hills. Eighteen schools competed with Fillmore placing 3rd in their division. Drum/Percussion also placed 3rd in their division, and the Color Guard also placed 3rd in their division. Thank you Fillmore for your continued support with our band programs!
Last Friday the Fillmore High School Band (which includes a handful of Fillmore Middle School students) performed at the 100th Fillmore/Santa Paula Football game for the first time in their new uniform jackets. On Saturday, for the first time since 2006, the Fillmore High School Band also competed in a Marching Band Competition - the 28th Annual Highlander Marching Band Competition in Granada Hills. Eighteen schools competed with Fillmore placing 3rd in their division. Drum/Percussion also placed 3rd in their division, and the Color Guard also placed 3rd in their division. Thank you Fillmore for your continued support with our band programs!
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Students can get private education at public price

THOUSAND OAKS, CA. – California Lutheran University is expanding its popular program that provides a private school education at a public school price to include students accepted at University of California, San Diego, for the 2011-2012 academic year.

The CLU Guarantee Scholarship: Private Education, Public Price allows incoming students who are also admitted to one of five UC schools to attend CLU for the cost of attending the public university. The other universities are UCLA, UC Santa Barbara, UC Davis and UC Berkeley. The innovative program, which has garnered national media attention, started with incoming freshmen during the 2008-2009 year and later expanded to include transfer students.

The savings on tuition, books and living expenses for students who entered this fall is $16,160. This is the difference in the price for full-time residential students attending CLU, which is $46,192, and the average price of attending the four state universities, which is $30,032. The 2011-2012 scholarship award amount will be announced in spring after the universities have updated their tuition and fees.

The CLU Guarantee Scholarship is open to all students applying for the traditional undergraduate program and the Adult Degree Evening Program. It has no income or residency requirements. Students can also receive federal, state and institutional aid based on need to further reduce the cost of attending CLU.

If students make satisfactory academic progress and meet GPA requirements, they can renew the scholarship each year. The amount will increase every year if the cost of attendance goes up.

The number of students receiving CLU Guarantee Scholarships jumped from 56 last year to 99 for 2010-2011. The scholarships awarded for this year total more than $1.6 million.

Of the current recipients, 46 percent are first-generation college students and 40 percent identify themselves as Latino. Two come from out of state. Retention rates among recipients are extremely high, with more than 90 percent still enrolled at CLU.

The program is designed to show students who thought that they could only afford a public university that a private school education is within reach. It provides more students with the opportunity to enjoy the high-quality education, small class sizes and experience of working closely with faculty that a small private university like CLU offers.

For more information, visit http://www.callutheran.edu/cluguarantee or contact the Office of Undergraduate Admission at (877) 258-3678 or admissions@callutheran.edu.

 

Hey! There’s a great Yoga class for all Fillmore Middle School and High School students AND IT’S FREE. It’s at Fillmore’s Health and Wellness Center, 448 Santa Clara St, Fillmore on THURSDAYS from 5-6 p.m. Come learn to stretch and improve balance and strength; great for athlete & non -athlete alike! Don’t eat just before coming, and take off your shoes at the door. Professional athletes of all kinds use Yoga to feel better and increase performance. Try yoga.

 
Fillmore Unified School District
Fillmore Unified School District

FILLMORE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2010
5:15 P.M. – CLOSED SESSION
6:00 P.M. - REGULAR MEETING
627 SESPE AVENUE, FILLMORE, CALIFORNIA

AGENDA
5:15 p.m.
I. CALL TO ORDER AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG
II. ROLL CALL
III. PUBLIC COMMENT ON CLOSED SESSION AND NONAGENDA ITEMS, PETITIONS
This is the time and place to address the Board. State law prohibits the Board from acting on issues not included on the agenda; however, requests may be made for discussion of specific topics at subsequent meetings.
IV. CLOSED SESSION
The Board of Education will meet from 5:15 to 6:00 p.m. to consider matters appropriate for Closed Session in accordance with Government Code Sections 3549.1, 54956.7 through 54957.7 and Education Code Section 35146. If the Board does not complete Closed Session discussions at this time, the Board may adjourn to Closed Session at the end of the regular meeting. DISCLOSURE OF ITEM(S) TO BE DISCUSSED IN CLOSED SESSION School District Pupils (Education Code 35146)
o Expulsion Case Number 10-11-02
o Expulsion Case Number 10-11-03 Conference With Legal Counsel-Existing Litigation (Subdivision (a) of Government Code 54956.9)
o Case No. CIV239681 Labor/Negotiations (Government Code 54957.6)
o Update; Direction to District Negotiators (Jeff Sweeney, Mike Bush, Todd Schieferle, Margaret Chidester) for negotiations with the Fillmore Unified Teachers Association (FUTA), the California School Employees Association (CSEA), Confidential Employees, and District Administration. Personnel Matters (Government Code 54957)
o Hiring, Evaluating, Discipline, Dismissal
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you need special assistance to participate in this meeting, please contact the Superintendent's Office at (805) 524-6038. Notification 48 hours prior to the meeting will enable the district to make reasonable arrangements to ensure accessibility to this meeting. [In accordance with Government Code 54961 and Board Bylaw 9320(a).]

6:00 p.m.
V. RECONVENE TO OPEN SESSION Any Action From Closed Session
VI. CALL TO ORDER AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG CONTINUED »