Board of Trustees
The MUHSD Board of Trustees adopts regulations and policies governing the entire school district. The Board has authority over educational policy, finance, campus planning, and facilities, among other areas. Members of the Board seek to ensure the best interest of stakeholders in all types of management decisions.
Left to right: Board member Julio Valadez, Board President Tiffany Pickle, Board member John Sweigard, Board Vice President Erin Hamm, and Board Clerk Richard Lopez.
LCAP Goals for MUHSD
- LCAP Goal #1 - All Students College and Career Ready
- LCAP Goal #2 - Equitable Access
- LCAP Goal #3 - School Climate
- LCAP Goal #4 - Recruit & Retain Staff
The Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) became California's school funding structure in 2013-14. It provides funding for all students, and additional funding for districts who serve a large population of Foster Youth, Low Income and English Learner students. The Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) explains how the district will use the additional funds to support identified students and provide them with an equal opportunity to succeed.
Among the many responsibilities that come with serving as a school board member, the board also sets goals for the Superintendent. The 2019-2020 goals are displayed below.
MUHSD Trustee Areas