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Safe Viewing Warning For the Eclipse on Aug. 21, 2017
Unless you are wearing special eclipse glasses, do not look directly at the Sun during the partial phases of the eclipse. It is still unsafe even when the Sun is more than 99% covered by the Moon.
Basic Eclipse Observing
Young child warning: Young children ordinarily won’t stare at the Sun because it hurts too much. However, as sunlight dims during a partial eclipse, it will not hurt as much as normal. As a result, you must closely monitor children to make sure they do not risk damaging their eyes by staring at the Sun during the partial phases of the eclipse.
You know it’s not safe to look directly at the Sun on a normal day, and eclipse day is no different. This means you have two basic options for observing a solar eclipse:
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Author Ji-li Jiang, whose highly acclaimed memoir Red Scarf Girl was read by 7th grade students at the Konocti Education Center and Lower Lake Elementary this year, visited both schools for a special presentation on her life during the Chinese Cultural Revolution. Students were enthralled with her true story of resiliency in a very difficult time period, and were so excited for the opportunity to meet the author, ask questions, and share stories in person. Students at KEC presented her with a handmade book filled with favorite quotes and scenes from their reading experience. On the back of her page, KEC student Jenna White wrote, “You are amazing and your book changed my opinion on books!” Teachers Robin Fogel-Shrive and John MIller are very grateful to their school sites and the district for the support which created such a rich experience for students and their connection to reading.
LAKE COUNTY- With summer time, it’s time to think about keeping healthy while school is out. Konocti Unified School District provides free nutritious meals to children during the summer. This summer, meals will be served at two different locations. There are no income requirements or registration. Any child under 18 may come to eat. For more information, contact Mandy Lopez- 707-994-4543.
–Burns Valley Elementary School, 3260 Pine St. Clearlake, Ca.
-Monday thru Friday June 13, 2017- July 21, 2017
-Breakfast 7:45-8:15 AM Lunch 11:45 AM-12:30 PM
–Lower Lake High School, 9430 Lake St. Lower Lake, Ca.
-Monday thru Friday June 13, 2017- July 7, 2017
-Breakfast 7:30-8:15 AM Lunch 11:30 AM-12:15 PM
Each year the U.S. Department of Agriculture partners with local organizations like Konocti Unified School District to provide free meals to children when school is out for the summer. For more information about the national Summer Food Service Program, visit http://www.fns.usda.gov/cnd/summer.
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BOND OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE
CAROL McCLUNG CONFERENCE ROOM
9430 LAKE STREET, LOWER LAKE, CA 95457
APRIL 11, 2017 @ 5:00 P.M.
1. CALL TO ORDER
The Superintendent will call the meeting to order.
1.a. Establish Quorum
Roll call to establish a quorum.
2. OPEN SESSION (5:00 PM)
The Superintendent will provide an introduction to Board meeting proceedings.
2.b. Pledge of Allegiance
The Superintendent will ask a committee or audience member to lead the Pledge of Allegiance.
2.c. Approve Agenda (v)
The Committee will consider approval of the Agenda.
The Committee will acknowledge receipt of correspondences.
2.e. Community Comments
Those in the audience desiring to address the Committee regarding items not on the agenda may do so at this time. Each speaker may address the Committee for up to three minutes, and make a brief statement, express his/her viewpoint, or ask a question regarding matters related to the school system. Please understand that the Committee does not take action on non-agendized items (BB9323).
3.a. Presentation by Dannis, Wolliver and Kelley
A representative from Dannis, Wolliver and Kelley will provide Bond Oversight Committee training.
4. INITIALORGANIZATIONAL ITEMS
4.a. Election of Committee Chairman (v)
The Committee will elect a Chairman to preside over meetings of the Committee.
4.b. Election of Committee Vice Chairman (v)
The Committee will elect a Vice Chairman to assume the duties of the Chair in the Chair’s absence.
4.c. Designation of Secretary for the Committee (v)
The Committee will designate a member as a Secretary to keep accurate minutes of the Committee’s meetings and actions, in order to fulfill the legal requirement that such minutes and documents and reports be entered onto the public record.
4.d. Designation of Representative (v)
The Committee will appoint a representative to represent the Committee at public meetings of the Board and make reports thereto on a regular basis as the Committee shall determine or as the Board may request.
4.e. Committee Meeting Calendar (v)
The Committee will discuss and approve a calendar of meetings.
5.b. Presentation by Superintendent Donna Becnel
Superintendent Donna Becnel will provide a presentation on bond projects.
6. FUTURE BUSINESS
6.a. Next Meeting of the Bond Oversight Committee
The next meeting of the Bond Oversight Committee will take place on ___________________, in the Carol McClung Room of the District Office located at 9430-B Lake Street, Lower Lake, California.
7. ADJOURNMENT (v)
The Committee will take action to adjourn the meeting.
Posted April 10, 2017 at 1:00 p.m.
An individual who requires disability-related accommodations or modifications, including auxiliary aids and services, in order to participate in the Committee meeting should contact the Director of Educational Support Services in writing.