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Each week, I send a Friday letter to our Governing Board members and our staff.  Our goal is to be as transparent as possible and continuously improve our communication.  I hope you find this "Weekly Recap" informative.  If you ever have any questions or would like to know more, please contact my office at (707) 399-5008/5009, or email me directly at krisc@fsusd.org.
 
Kris Corey
Superintendent
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Superintendent Corey Upcoming Events:

 

Date

Time

Description

August 17

11:00 am

Sullivan Interagency Coordinating Meeting

August 17

3:30 pm

Admin Council Meeting

August 18

6:00 PM

Facilities Master Plan Committee Meeting

August 20

9:30 am

Parent Leader Meeting

August 20

5:00 pm

Governance Subcommittee Meeting

August 25

Varies by site

Elementary School Back to School Night

August 26

Varies by site

Middle School Back to School Night

August 27

8:00 am

Superintendents’ Meeting

Council of Superintendents Meeting

August 27

Varies by site

High School Back to School Night

August 27

5:00 pm

Regular Board Meeting

September 3-4

 

Superintendent’s Vacation days

September 7

ALL DAY

Labor Day – District Holiday

September 8

5:00 pm

Governance Subcommittee Meeting

September 10

5:00 pm

Regular Board Meeting

September 11

ALL DAY

Northern Superintendent’s Meeting- Sacramento

September 14

3:30 pm

Admin Council Meeting

September 15

6:00 pm

Facilities Master Plan Committee

September 17

9:30 am

Parent Leader Meeting

September 18

8:30 am

Honorary Commander Operations Group Tour

September 18-19

1:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Board Retreat—In the Board Room

September 19

5:30 pm

Leaven Gala Event

September 24

5:00 pm

Regular Board Meeting

September 24-26

ALL DAY

Computer Using Educators (CUE) Rock Star Admin Camp

 Superintendent Kris Corey

 
August 2015
Going for the Gold
with Superintendent Kris Corey 
 

Choice (NCLB) Form

Schools that do not meet the adequate yearly progress (AYP) for two consecutive years are identified as Program Improvement (PI) schools under the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act of 2001. If your child attends a PI site, you may apply for a transfer through Public School Choice to a non PI district school.
 
 

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