Other districts are doing more than what is legally required

After getting home from the June 23rd board meeting, I checked the Press Enterprise online to see if the Beaumont USD's press release they put out the day before announcing the vote on the budget scheduled for the board meeting made the paper. It didn't but look what I found...

  • Jurupa USD Superintendent and Assistant Superintendents will take 10 furlough days and principals, district administrators and office personnel take 3 furlough days to help balance their budgets Click for article

  • Murrieta USD provides two day notice that they will be having a board meeting on Thursday Click for article


But at least the BUSD is following all the minimum legal requirements...well...except when it comes to their parent involvement policies.