David Varela said he is “disappointed” not to be offering a contract to Emerita Orta-Camilleri.
Gloria Allen said Lao Family is having a recognition dinner on April 21. She also spoke of increasing parent involvement. She also spoke of a recent legal decision against Aspire Public Schools’ statewide charters. Aspire operates several schools in Stockton. She said it is “good news” for SUSD.
Steve Smith said he enjoyed the Harmony Stockton performance earlier tonight, as did Sara Cazares, Jose Morales and Angel Jimenez. Smith also spoke of a program taking SUSD students skiing on weekends for free. He also thanked the SUSD Police for their efforts.
Sal Ramirez did not comment.
Sara Cazares also praised the SUSD Police. She also said on March 30, she spoke at Chavez’s Cesar Chavez birthday celebration. She spoke of “Pathways to Peace,” a community pilot program at Taylor and Roosevelt. She says these are critical to getting SUSD kids “serviced and educated.”