On January 1, 2019, a vacancy on the Governing Board of the San José Unified School District occurred when Pamela Foley commenced her term of office as a member of the San Jose City Council.
Consistent with all applicable laws and policies, the Board of Education has completed the public announcement and appointment process. That process concluded with the provisional appointment of Carla Collins at a special meeting of the Board of Education on Tuesday, January 15, 2019. Carla Collins took the oath of office and was afforded all the powers and duties of the Governing Board member representing Trustee Area 3 at the regular meeting of the Board of Education on Thursday, January 17, 2019.
The provisional appointment of Carla Collins as the Governing Board member representing Trustee Area 3 shall become effective unless a petition calling for a special election pursuant to California Education Code 5091 is filed in the Office of the Santa Clara County Superintendent of Schools within 30 days of this provisional appointment, which is February 14, 2019.
Please join us and our local candidates as we discuss their possibilities platform. If elected, how will they make our most vulnerable children their priority? How will what they do make a difference for our children?
To preview how all candidates responded to issues about children please see: https://www.sccvoteforkids.org/
Thursday, October 25 from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Joyce Ellington Branch Library, 491 East Empire Street, Community Room, San Jose
San Jose Unified School District Board of Education, Area 2
San Jose Unified School District Board of Education, Area 4
REGISTER TO ATTEND
Sixth District is having a Tax Help Day on Tuesday, October 16th from 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM (last appointment will be at 7:00 PM).
Santa Clara County Office of Education, 1290 Ridder Park Dr., San Jose, (408) 453-6500
If you’d like to come by and see how it’s done – please do! Diane Foote will be there all day.
Several other Sixth District officers will be there at different times during the day. We can complete the IRS, FTB, and RRF-1 filings for units that grossed under $50K. Units need to bring their 2017-2018 AFR.
Diane can offer advice to units that make over $50K.
Attend the PTA’s leadership workshops to learn about the nuts and bolts of your position. It will help you save time and be a more effective leader this year.
Saturday, Sept 8
8:00 am – 3:30 pm
Peterson Middle School
1380 Rosalia Ave., Sunnyvale
$20 After August 31 and Walk-ins
- Secretary’s Guide
- PTA Budget and Tax Tips
- Make Your Members Matter
- How to Audit PTA Books
- Advocacy 101
- Finance for All Officers
- Communicating in Today’s PTA/PTSA
- Finding & Motivating Volunteers
- Positive PTA Programs
- Understanding Culture
- PTA 411
Get $50 when you open a new ScholarShare 529 college savings account! ScholarShare 529 knows how important it is to reach your college savings goals. That’s why they teamed up with California State PTA to invite you to participate in 5/29 Day on May 29 by opening a new college savings account – which they’ll add $50 to. One week until 5/29 Day!
Benefits of a ScholarShare 529 College Savings Plan:
- 100% tax free growth – pay no state and federal taxes on funds used toward qualified expenses
- Low cost – less than half the national average
- Go anywhere – use at any accredited school in the U.S. and abroad
- Investment choice – flexibility with professional management
Take advantage of this special offer from May 29 – June 1, 2018.
Learn more about ScholarShare 529 and the college savings plan at www.scholarshare529.com/529day.
Do you like bicycling? Do you want to be safer and feel more comfortable bicycling for fun or just getting around town? Do you want to be a good bicycling role model for your child?
Then please take the Smart Cycling course offered by the Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) and Santa Clara County Public Health Department.
Gain confidence and feel more secure when riding a bicycle on city streets.
Support your local Safe Routes to School Program.
Understand how traffic laws apply to bicyclists.
Learn how to teach safe cycling to your own children.
Learn skills that will help bicyclists and car drivers safely share our roadways.
Save money, improve your health, and protect our environment through bicycling!
The training will cover how to ride safely and perform maintenance on your bike, rules of the Road, bicycle commute, etc.
*All participants at Smart Cycling training must be high school age or older.
Nine finalists were selected to participate in the 2018 Future Chefs LIVE cooking competition on Tuesday, March 20th, at Gunderson High. Finalists will prepare and present their creations, which will be judged on originality, taste, ease of presentation, kid friendliness, and use of healthy ingredients. The winning student will be considered for a regional finalist award. Selected regional finalists will vie to become national finalists in an online vote! Click here to learn more and join us for this fun event.