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May 18, 1990 | TONY MARCANO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The union representing teachers in the Orange Unified School District has asked the Orange County district attorney's office to investigate possible improprieties in the district's purchase of a $2-million computer system last year, union officials said Thursday. The Orange Unified Education Assn., citing an audit by the accounting firm of Ernst & Young, informed Dist. Atty. Michael R.
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April 16, 2013 | By Dalina Castellanos
The Los Angeles school board Tuesday renewed the operating charter for a Woodland Hills school recently embroiled in controversy. The petition by Ivy Academia Entreprenurial Charter School was renewed with little discussion, less than two weeks after a jury convicted its founders of grand theft, embezzlement and other charges. The 4-2 vote allows the school to remain open for another five years. “Ivy has come a long way,” said Carl Raggio, a special advisor to the charter's board of directors.
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September 11, 1992 | DANIELLE A. FOUQUETTE
Supt. James O. Fleming was given a two-year contract extension by the Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified School District Board of Trustees this week after lengthy debate over whether the board had already voted on the action at a previous meeting. The controversy was first raised at a meeting last month, when Trustee Barbara Williams claimed that the minutes of the July 28 board meeting did not reflect the board's decision to extend Fleming's contract, which would have expired in 1994.
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September 23, 1998 | MARK ARMSTRONG
Camarillo High School would become a Pepsi-only campus under a proposal before the Oxnard Union High School District Board of Trustees tonight. The three-year agreement would allow only Pepsi products to be stocked in campus soft-drink vending machines. In exchange, the school would receive new football and baseball scoreboards at an estimated cost of $17,806.
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June 19, 1996 | MIGUEL HELFT
The Ventura Unified School District board Tuesday unanimously approved the renewal of Supt. Joseph Spirito's contract for a three-year term. Spirito, whose contract was extended until June 30, 1999, received warm praise from board members. "He's done an excellent job in pulling together the district after difficult times," said board President Cliff Rodrigues. "And he has been very open to input from the community and the staff."
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March 2, 1986 | Steve Emmons \f7
Trustees of Tustin Unified School District unanimously approved a three-year contract with their teachers Saturday, ending a two-year struggle punctuated by a walkout last fall. Board members unanimously approved the pact less than 24 hours after teachers had approved it. The teachers' last contract expired June 30, 1984. The new contract includes no pay raise for the 1984-85 school year but boosts salaries by 10% this year, retroactive to September, and provides a 6% raise next year.
NEWS
December 5, 1985
The Culver City Board of Education has renewed its Employee Assistance Program contract with the Didi Hirsch Community Mental Health Center for the 1985-86 school year. The program provides district employees and their families with counseling and financial planning. The district will pay no more than $4,000 to the mental health center for its services.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 23, 1998 | MARK ARMSTRONG
Camarillo High School would become a Pepsi-only campus under a proposal before the Oxnard Union High School District Board of Trustees tonight. The three-year agreement would allow only Pepsi products to be stocked in campus soft-drink vending machines. In exchange, the school would receive new football and baseball scoreboards at an estimated cost of $17,806.
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April 9, 1986 | BILL BILLITER, Times Staff Writer
Angered by the Tustin Unified School District board's decision to extend the contract of Supt. Maurice Ross for two years, some residents and teachers have launched a recall effort against the three members who voted for the extension. The recall papers were served Monday night on board members Joyce Hanson, Barbara Benson and Chris Layton as they prepared to vote on a two-year extension for Ross. "This was expected," Hanson said Tuesday.
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December 1, 1995 | JEFF KASS
Teachers, maintenance workers and other school district employees will receive 5% pay raises under an agreement approved by the school board Tuesday. Unions representing Santa Ana Unified School District teachers and other workers must still vote on the one-year agreements later this month. Approval is expected. About 2,000 kindergarten through 12th-grade teachers will be affected by the new agreement. Their salaries now average $40,000 a year.
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December 1, 1995 | JEFF KASS
Teachers, maintenance workers and other school district employees will receive 5% pay raises under an agreement approved by the school board Tuesday. Unions representing Santa Ana Unified School District teachers and other workers must still vote on the one-year agreements later this month. Approval is expected. About 2,000 kindergarten through 12th-grade teachers will be affected by the new agreement. Their salaries now average $40,000 a year.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 11, 1992 | DANIELLE A. FOUQUETTE
Supt. James O. Fleming was given a two-year contract extension by the Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified School District Board of Trustees this week after lengthy debate over whether the board had already voted on the action at a previous meeting. The controversy was first raised at a meeting last month, when Trustee Barbara Williams claimed that the minutes of the July 28 board meeting did not reflect the board's decision to extend Fleming's contract, which would have expired in 1994.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 18, 1990 | TONY MARCANO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The union representing teachers in the Orange Unified School District has asked the Orange County district attorney's office to investigate possible improprieties in the district's purchase of a $2-million computer system last year, union officials said Thursday. The Orange Unified Education Assn., citing an audit by the accounting firm of Ernst & Young, informed Dist. Atty. Michael R.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 9, 1986 | BILL BILLITER, Times Staff Writer
Angered by the Tustin Unified School District board's decision to extend the contract of Supt. Maurice Ross for two years, some residents and teachers have launched a recall effort against the three members who voted for the extension. The recall papers were served Monday night on board members Joyce Hanson, Barbara Benson and Chris Layton as they prepared to vote on a two-year extension for Ross. "This was expected," Hanson said Tuesday.
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March 2, 1986 | Steve Emmons \f7
Trustees of Tustin Unified School District unanimously approved a three-year contract with their teachers Saturday, ending a two-year struggle punctuated by a walkout last fall. Board members unanimously approved the pact less than 24 hours after teachers had approved it. The teachers' last contract expired June 30, 1984. The new contract includes no pay raise for the 1984-85 school year but boosts salaries by 10% this year, retroactive to September, and provides a 6% raise next year.
NEWS
December 5, 1985
The Culver City Board of Education has renewed its Employee Assistance Program contract with the Didi Hirsch Community Mental Health Center for the 1985-86 school year. The program provides district employees and their families with counseling and financial planning. The district will pay no more than $4,000 to the mental health center for its services.
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