Today's school board agenda is action packed.
It's not just the closed-door evaluation of Superintendent Del Burns' job performance or the committee of the whole talk about the 10th-day year-round enrollment totals.
You've also got presentations on test scores and the multi-year student assignment process and a request to dip into the rainy-day fund to bail out year-round schools. You'll also have a discussion on the proposed hunter education policy and a possible student protest over the $50 hike in parking fees.
As noted previously, Wake's year-round schools are 1,591 students below projections. Since funding is based on enrollment, year-round schools have already lost some teaching positions after the school year started.
To prevent the year-round schools from losing more teachers, administrators will ask the board to take money out of fund balance to cover positions. The amount needed was blank on the information in the board packets.
Before that vote, Chuck Dulaney, assistant superintendent for growth and planning, will give a presentation on how his staff will develop the multi-year assignment plan. The plan should include details for two years and possibly a third year.