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Lodi Unified School District board vice president Joe Nava announced that he will run for re-election this year. He represents Area 7. Also on the ballot will be Area 2, currently represented by trustee Ralph Womack, and Area 6, currently represented by trustee Michael Abdallah. It is not yet known if Womack and Abdallah will run for re-election.
Members of the Lodi High School Boosters gave a presentation on their efforts to raise money for an all-weather track for the school. Efforts by the Boosters and the track and field team have raised $287,000. Lodi Unified has set aside $200,000 for the project. The total cost of a new all-weather track is about $1 million.
Starting next school year, all students will receive lessons on how to behave as respectful "digital citizens." Technology coach Kathryn O'Dell and Dale Munsch, director of technology for the district, gave a presentation on the lessons students will receive in each grade. The lessons are created by Common Sense Media, a non-profit advocate for parents and children that focuses on the effect of media.
— Sara Jane Pohlman
Posted: Wednesday, June 6, 2012 12:00 am
Several elementary school principals have been shuffled around Lodi Unified School District after approval by the board of trustees on Tuesday. Some are current principals while others are moving up from vice principal positions, and a few are returning to the district after a hiatus.
Here's the roundup:
Wednesday, June 6, 2012 12:00 am.