By Richard Bammer
Seating a new trustee, and updates on a new home-school program and the Local Control Accountability Plan are on the agenda when the Kairos governing board meets tonight in Vacaville.
Among the first orders of business will be the likely seating of a new trustee, Ginger Holguin of Vacaville, the director of operations for an Inglewood dental firm. She will replace Ron Mitchell, who cited work conflicts upon the taking of a new job, said Jared Austin, co-founder and executive director of Kairos Public School Vacaville Academy, the full name of the TK-8 independent charter housed in the old Elm Elementary campus.
In her letter to Austin expressing her interest to serve, Holguin, the mother of three, including a first-grader at Kairos, cited her work on several local boards. She was one of three people who applied for the vacant trustee seat, Austin said Monday.