- In other action
On Tuesday evening, the Lodi Unified School District board of trustees also:
- Recognized SkillsUSA winners from Bear Creek and Lodi high schools.
- Recognized agriculture education teacher JessaLee Goehring from Lodi High School as Teacher of the Year.
- Recognized Stephanie Santiago from Woodbridge Elementary and Norma Guevara from Lakewood Elementary as Classified Employees of the Year.
- Recognized student representatives from Tokay and Lodi high schools.
- Approved math options for high school students under the new Common Core State Standards curriculum to be adopted next year.
- Heard concerns from retired teachers about not receiving back pay negotiated by the teacher’s union and the school board.
- Raised prices of lunch according to federal law. Students will see a 25-cent increase in lunch prices and adults will see a 50-cent increase.
— Christina Cornejo
Posted: Wednesday, May 7, 2014 12:00 am
School staffs came out in opposition of possible layoffs Tuesday night at the Lodi Unified School District board of trustees meeting.
The board discussed approving layoffs of computer lab paraeducators at Reese and Parklane elementary schools, a decision suggested by the school sites, as well as the possibility of eliminating several positions for the soon-to-be-closed Tokay Colony School.
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