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The Lodi Unified School District Board of Trustees approved several new courses, including economics, government and chemistry courses with an agricultural theme. These classes will allow more students to remain members of the Future Farmers of America Association.
Several teachers reported problems with Illuminate, a program used by the district to input scores on quarterly report cards.
“We’ve got to fix this thing,” said trustee George Neely, who had requested that these problems be fixed in October, during the first grading period. “We’re spending way too much time on it. If it doesn’t work, get rid of it.” — Sara Jane Pohlman
Posted: Wednesday, December 12, 2012 12:00 am
Updated: 6:21 am, Wed Dec 12, 2012.
It was a meeting full of congratulations for the Lodi Unified School District Board of Trustees on Tuesday. Returning members and new members were sworn in, while a change of leadership took place for the boards officers.
Ralph Womack, a one-year veteran of the board, has been appointed president for 2013. Trustee Joe Nava will continue as vice president. Trustee George Neely was appointed board clerk.
Wednesday, December 12, 2012 12:00 am.
Updated: 6:21 am.