A Memo from the School & College Legal Services of California was made available regarding the 2019 Governing Board Elections and Organizational Meetings and Frequently Asked Questions.
A Memo and resolution documents from the School & College Legal Services of California were provided regarding the Government Code Section 66006 which requires that an annual accounting of development fees must be made available to the public no later than December 27, 2019. Click here to view a copy of the resolution documents.
Schools are a pivotal partner in achieving optimal oral health for school aged children. Poor oral health in our students is an ongoing issue across our districts. Oral health examinations are a part of the kindergarten registration process and yet are not mandatory. As a result we continue to see a higher number of dental and oral health issues that may have an impact on overall health. In collaboration with the County of Marin and Delta Dental, we are interested in engaging with one or more of our districts to conduct a pilot oral health program. This program will be a push-in model that will involve site visits by licensed dental assistants to do brief examinations. This will also be accompanied by oral health education and potential sealant applications for students. Please take time to review the following documents:
All supervisory employees must receive two hours of sexual harassment prevention training. This training must be provided to supervisory employees every other year and/or if you are new to a supervisory position. If you are new to a supervisory position, you must attend this training within six months of hire.
- Click here to register within Marin County
- For those who wish to register outside Marin County, click here