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Board Action Summary
February 25, 2003 Meeting of the Board of Education

Ron Ottinger, Ed Lopez, John de Beck, Frances O'Neill Zimmerman and Katherine Nakamura present.

View the associated board reports.

The Board of Education made the following appointments 5-0, with effective dates to be determined:

Christine Gomen - from Resource Teacher, Parent Involvement to Administrator, Palomar Program, Institute for Learning

JoEllen Harrison - from Acting Principal, Wegeforth Elementary to Principal, Wegeforth Elementary, Institute for Learning

Marisol Marin - from Acting Principal, Knox Elementary to Vice Principal, Webster Elementary, Institute for Learning

Yesenia Robinson - from Acting Vice Principal, Marshall Elementary to Vice Principal, Marshall Elementary, Institute for Learning

Joseph L. Wade - from Consulting, Manager, Public Services, to Director, IT and Support Services, Business Operations Branch

The Board of Education made the following appointment 3-2, with de Beck and Zimmerman voting no, and with effective date to be determined:

E. Jay Derwae - from Acting Principal, Marvin Elementary to Principal Marvin Elementary, Institute for Learning

The Board of Education made the following appointment 4-1, with de Beck voting no, and with effective date to be determined:

Ana Biffle - from Vice Principal, Kennedy Elementary to Acting Principal, Knox Elementary, Institute for Learning

Major agenda items included:

The board voted 5-0 for the Resolution in the Matter of Support for Read Across America, March 3, 2003. (C.1)

The board voted 4-1, with de Beck voting no, to approve the San Diego High School reconfiguration. (E.5.f)

The board voted 5-0 for the proposal to name two elementary schools: Brooklyn/Kimbrough Area Elementary School, Edison/Hamilton/Parks Area Elementary school and the Construction Tech Academy at Kearny High School. (E.8.a)

The board voted 4-0, with Lopez abstaining because of a conflict of interest, to approve the application for approval of petition and charter for the High Tech Middle School. (E.9.a)

The board voted 5-0 for the Resolution in the Matter of the Reduction of Particular Kinds of Services for the 2003-2004 school year (Option 2, which did not include nursing or counseling services). (E.10.d)

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