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Special education services funding, a field trip to the Museum of Tolerance and more at the Alhambra USD board meeting Tuesday night

Photo by Museum of Tolerance licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0.

During Tuesday night’s Alhambra Unified School District’s Board of Education meeting, Assistant Superintendent Gary Gonzales and Directory of Secondary Education Brad Walsh will present on the Target/Scholarship America Grant. Awarded to San Gabriel High School’s Mission View Program, the $700 grant will help pay for their upcoming field trip in May to the Museum of Tolerance.

The April 4 agenda states that the Board of Education will also vote on whether to accept the 2016-2017 Local Assistance Entitlements, which specifically allocates funds for special education and services to children with disabilities aged five to twenty-one.

In addition, the staff requests that the Board of Education approve the 2016-2017 Federal Preschool Grant and 2016-2017 Preschool Local Entitlements, which both provide funding for special education services for children between the ages of three and five.

The staff also requests that the Board of Education approve two change orders for the construction of a gym lobby and dance studio project at Mark Keppel High School and an auditorium sound system project at San Gabriel High School.

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

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