The Vallejo school board will meet twice this week.
During its regular meeting today, the board will be asked to approve cutting the equivalent of fewer than two classified positions.
The board will be asked to eliminate eight hours from the adult school registrar position, four from a clerk, and one each from a site safety supervisor and teacher assistant.
The board also will get an update on Mare Island Technology Academy, the Vallejo City Unified School District’s first charter school. Additionally, the board will hear about the progress of the Local Control Accountability Plan, part of the state’s new method of funding districts.