Monday, March 10, 2014

MPUSD to elect interim superintedent Tuesday

The agenda for Tuesday's meeting at the Monterey Peninsula Unified School District is as juicy as ever: trustees will appoint an interim superintendent, they'll discuss an agreement to better define Monterey High's relationship with MAOS, and who knows what other items will prove interesting. 

The worst part -- I won't be there to watch it!

Yeah. I have a very important date with Gustavo Dudamel that just can't be postponed. Darn it.

So, Scuttlebutt, you're in charge. Keep me posted.

1 comment:

  1. It is great they hired a new superintendent but my quaestion is why did the school system lower their standards for kids.
    F is now 48% and below
    D is now 48.5 - 63.5%
    C is now 64% - 79.5%
    B is same 80-89
    A is same 90-100

    As a concerned parent I am at awe at how sad the high schools in Monterey County have become. Lets make the teachers jobs easier by pushing these kids through faster . Doesn't make any sence. Maby this new intern could do something about this.