By Richard Bammer
The annual governing board reorganization, the first interim budget report, and a new biotechnology course proposal are among the agenda items tonight for Travis Unified leaders.
Elections for board president, vice president and clerk will be determined early in the meeting. Their terms of office will be through December 2016. Ivery Hood currently serves as board president.
Chief business official for the district, Ken Forrest, will update the five-member board on the first interim budget report for the 2015-16 school year.
Such reports are required by state law and, in accord with the general custom and practice by school districts statewide, they must be presented to school boards no later than mid-December, then certified no later than 45 days afterward.
As required by law, Forrest also will include multi-year projections in his report, which runs to 127 pages in small type.