Bell Schedule Evaluation


The current 2021-22 bell schedule was developed based on input from a variety of stakeholders and built on prior work. This schedule sought to address the evolving needs of students and legislative changes.  We have explored schedule options that will enhance the instructional environment and support student and staff wellness.  To that end, we have and will continue to conduct periodic evaluations of the schedule.

2022/2023 Bell Schedule Evaluation

BOARD PRESENTATIONS:
November, 2019
January, 2020:  Board ReportPresentation
June 15, 2020 - BSE Final Report

STAKEHOLDER  INPUT SESSIONS: 
November 7, November 14 and November 15, 2019 and January 30 and February 6, 2020


BELL SCHEDULE COMMUNITY FORUM: June 2, 2020 (Recording).  
BELL SCHEDULE SURVEY


BELL SCHEDULE COMMITTEE (BSC) Purpose
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onsider information gathered during the bell schedule evaluation process and make a recommendation to the Superintendent regarding a possible revision to the existing bell schedule within the identified parameters. Any revision to the current bell schedule must be in compliance with all legal requirements, with district requirements, and in consultation with employee groups.

Bell Schedule Committee Composition
(Certificated, Classified, Admin, Students, Parents, Board):

  • 9 BSE members (Carrie Bosco, Julie Grenier, Adam Minyard, Greg Louie, Amy Obenour, Alinna Satake, KC Cochran, Rick Ellis, Jen Young)
  • 2 Board members
  • Mike Grove, Superintendent
  • 4 parents
  • 4 students
  • 4 additional teachers 
  • 2 Classified representatives

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2016 Bell Schedule Evaluation

Bell Schedule FAQ 

Our 2015-16 Schedule Advisory Committee did extensive research and sought input from our parents, students and community to develop the desired outcomes of our school bell schedule. The district values the work and dedication of this original group and will continue to support the desired outcomes of the SAC Schedule Recommendation as we modify our current bell schedule to comply with instructional minute regulations and new legislation.