During the June 27th board meeting the Gridley Unified School District Board of Trustees approved its Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) and adopted its budget for the 2018-19 school year.
The LCAP focuses on improving student outcomes by increasing and improving services for targeted low-income students, foster youth and English learners. These services include additional intervention classes, counseling services, improved availability of technology and professional development on the standards.
The original general fund budget for 2018-19 income is $23,895,142 and expenditures are at $25,013,144. The deficit spending is contributed to the one time expenditures for the facility improvements at Wilson School and the next project that will happen at Sycamore Middle School. The district is able to maintain a positive certification.
Gridley High School is in need of volleyball coaches for the upcoming school year by August 1, 2018 and Principal Justin Kern and GUSD Personnel Manager Julie Vang explained how selections and recruitments are done.
Vang explained that coaches are screened, recommended and approved on an annual basis. Stipend positions are announced each Spring notifying certificated staff of openings in the next school year.