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Special education certification and revised suicide prevention policy at the AUSD board meeting

Courtesy of Alhambra High School Thespians.

During Tuesday night’s Alhambra Unified School District’s Board of Education meeting, the Board will recognize the Alhambra High School theater production of Kiss Me Kate led by Director of Drama and Technical Theater Mrs. Rachel Snow-Fornari.

The April 25 agenda states that the Board of Education will also vote on whether to approve the Special Education Limited Assignment Teaching Permit for Moderate/Severe Disability for two teachers: Elizabeth Makarem and Kathleen Victory.

In addition, the staff requests that the Board of Education approve the first reading and review of Board Policy and Administrative Regulation 5141.52 regarding suicide prevention. The policy mandates districts serving grades 7-12 to adopt a policy on suicide prevention, intervention and postvention by the beginning of the 2017-2018 school year.

The staff also requests that the Board of Education accept a management salary increase of 2% for the 2016-2017 school year.

You may view the complete agenda on Alhambra Unified’s online agenda site.

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