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Dublin School Board Provisional Appointment to be Decided Tuesday

January 27, 2013

Dublin Unified School District Board of Trustees

The open seat on the Dublin Unified School District (DUSD) Board of Trustees will be filled with a provisional appointment on Tuesday January 29 at the Dublin School Board meeting (6:30pm, DUSD Board Room – 7471 Larkdale Avenue). DUSD recently announced the shortlist of two candidates from a field of seven: Ms. Regina Hancher and Ms. Megan Rouse. The provisional appointment fills the seat vacated by David Haubert, who resigned after winning the election for a Dublin City Council seat.

According to information published by DUSD “A nominating committee, made up of Board Vice President Sean Kenney and Trustee Amy Miller reviewed applications and interviewed all available candidates between January 22 and January 25, 2013.  There were seven applications submitted.  Seven interviews were held during the week of January 21, 2013.”

At the December 11, 2012 meeting, the Board determined that a provisional appointment would be made. From DUSD, “The process involved announcing the vacancy and calling for nominations followed by a review of applications and potential interviews of candidates. Interviews were held with all seven candidates. Two candidates were nominated to be interviewed by the entire Board.  Following the interviews, a majority vote of the Board will select the provisional appointee. The provisional appointment will be posted within 10 days for public review for a period of 30 days. Notice will also be made if no petition calling for a special election is filed in the office of the County Superintendent of Schools in that time frame, the provisional appointment becomes effective.”

Other items on the agenda for the Dublin School Board meeting include an update on elementary school E-4, a public forum on the naming of E-4, an overview of Measure E funded bond projects, an update on the Governor’s budget proposal and impact on DUSD and recognition of employees of the month, Professional Learning Community teams and Integrity in Action students from Kolb Elementary School.

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