The much-anticipated Mt. Diablo school board public hearing regarding the Clayton Valley HS charter petition will take place at 5:45 p.m. Tuesday at in the multi-use room Monte Gardens Elementary, 3841 Larkspur Drive, Concord.
So far, no staff recommendation or staff report has been posted with the agenda. The board expects to vote on the petition Sept. 13.
Here’s a portion of the district’s “News Update,” which describes the format for the meeting:
“No board action will be taken during this meeting. Members of the public are encouraged to attend the meeting to voice their support, ask questions, or share concerns about the charter proposal.
Please note that the board and staff will not engage in a dialogue with the public at this meeting.”
Petitioners will begin the meeting with a presentation lasting between 15 minutes and one hour, followed by public comment.
“This meeting will end promptly at 7 p.m. so that board may enter into closed session for the regularly scheduled board meeting,” according to the News Update.
The agenda report states that the purpose of the public hearing is: “for the Board of Education to consider the level of support of teachers employed by the district, other employees of the district, and parents, for the charter petition submitted to establish the Clayton Valley Charter High School. The hearing provides the public the opportunity to make oral or written presentations to the board regarding the charter petition.”
Do you think district staff or trustees will comment on the petition?