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      Parcel Tax Oversight Committee (PTOC)

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      Many of our community members are not aware of how much the Mountain View Whisman School District depends upon locally generated revenue to supplement state and federal education funding. In our District, this revenue constitutes nearly a quarter of our total revenue.

      One of the largest sources of this local revenue is our Parcel Tax, which generated annually approximately $2.8 million for the District. Our local Parcel Tax was approved in 2009 as Measure C to maintain the high quality of our neighborhood schools. It has been used to fund programs that the District would not otherwise have been able to provide. The Parcel Tax provided essential funding in the past for items such as the following:

      • For all District schools –
        • Classroom teachers (to offset state funding cuts)
        • Library technicians to maintain school libraries
        • Counseling and mental health services
      • For all K-5 schools –
        • Physical education for all students in grades 1-5
        • Outdoor education (science camp) for all students in grade 5
        • Materials and staffing for “hands-on” science programs
        • Additional custodial staff to ensure clean and well-maintained classrooms and campuses
        • Clerical staff to provide school office assistance and family and student support
      • For both middle schools –
        • Classroom teachers to expand instrumental and vocal music programs
        • Staff and programs to provide intervention and support for “at risk” students

      The Parcel Tax is an additional tax charged to property owners, who annually pay between $127 and $1,116, based on the size of their parcel. There are specified exemptions for senior citizens, those receiving Supplemental Security Income, and owners of multiple contiguous (adjacent) parcels operated as a single business. The current Parcel Tax was approved for eight years and is set to expire in 2017.

      In order to ensure that the proceeds of the Parcel Tax are spent according to the terms approved by voters, Measure C requires a citizen’s oversight committee composed of homeowners, business representatives, parents, and community members who meet 3-4 times a year and report to the Board of Trustees on an annual basis. The Parcel Tax Oversight Advisory Committee protects the taxpayers' investment in education and ensures District accountability through independent financial audits of revenues and expenditures.

      We want to express our continuing gratitude to those MVWSD residents who supported the Parcel Tax and to those property owners who provide such an essential resource for our students.

      Meetings and Membership

      2015 - 16 Meetings

      December 16, 2015  
      September 30, 2015 Agenda  

      Parcel Tax Oversight Committee Members:

      Chair Steve Sherman
      Vice Chair Laurence Maller
      Secretary David Greene
      Member Vacant
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      Member Sundar Subbarayan
      Member Thida Cornes
      Member Hafsa Mirza
      District Rep. Robert Clark

      Parcel Tax Documents

      Senior Exemption Form

      Home owners of 65 or older are eligible for an exemption for their principal residence.


      Measure C Parcel Tax Oversight  Committee Application


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    • Human Resources

      District Employment

      Please consider joining our team!  We seek talented, dedicated, and hard-working certificated and classified team members. Our mission is to "demonstrate, daily, a relentless commitment to the success of every child," and our core values are Academic Excellence, Strong Community, and a Broad Worldview. We expect exceptional results, strong collaboration, and fierce appreciation of the strength of our ethnic, cultural and economic diversity.

      Learn more about how to apply and view our current Job Openings.

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    Schools & Programs

    Mountain View Whisman School District has seven elementary (K-5) schools and two middle (6-8) schools. We invite you to visit each of our schools.
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    Board Meetings

    The Board of Trustees generally meets the first and third Thursday of each month, except the month of July.  Meetings are held at the District Office, 750-A  San Pierre Way, beginning at 7:00 p.m.  Members of the public are encouraged to attend these meetings.

    2015-16 Regular Board Meeting Calendar:

    August 18, 2015 Agenda Full Agenda  Video Minutes
    August 20, 2015 Agenda Full Agenda Video Minutes
    September 3, 2015 Agenda 

    Full Agenda 

    Agenda has been revised from original posting 

    Video Minutes
    September 17, 2015 Agenda Full Agenda Video Minutes
    September 25 & 26, 2015 Agenda  

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    October 2, 2015 Agenda   Video Minutes
    October 8, 2015 Agenda Full Agenda Video Minutes
    October 22, 2015 Agenda Full Agenda Video  
    November 5, 2015 Agenda

    Full Agenda (Note: agenda has modified from original posting)

    Demographic Study PPT

    November 12, 2015 Agenda

    Full Agenda

    Community Members Presentation re: Potential Reopening Slater

    November 19, 2015 Agenda Full Agenda Video  
    December 10, 2015        
    January 7, 2016        
    January 21, 2016        
    February 4, 2016        
    February 25, 2016        
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    March 17, 2016        
    April 7, 2016        
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    May 19, 2016        
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    June 16, 2016        
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    As a public service to the MVWSD community, we are sharing the following announcements.  Please note that publication of these announcements does not constitute endorsement of the programs or events listed below.

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    District Advisory Committee(DAC)

    Meetings are held from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., at the District Office.

    Date Location Agenda Meeting Notes
    November 18, 2015 Board Room Agenda  

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    Superintendent Executive Assistant Public Information Officer
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    Ayindé Rudolph


    Dr. Rudolph’s experience is extensive and varied. Prior to his appointment as Superintendent, he served as Associate Director of School Transformation for the Buffalo Promise Neighborhood and principal of Westminster Community Charter School. The Promise Neighborhood Initiative is a five-year federally funded program that is modeled after the Harlem Children's Zone, which encourages communities, which are in distress, to develop public-private partnerships. His achievements during his tenure with the Promise Neighborhood included, instituting a 1:1 learning environment, which led to recognition from President Obama and Secretary Arne Duncan at the White House; the implementation of a new teacher evaluation system, and three new curriculums that were aligned to the new national standards.  He also led a redesign of the schools talent acquisition and management systems, particularly how teachers and leaders give and receive feedback that encourages positive growth.

    Ayindé received his Doctorate in Leadership, Policy and Organizations from Vanderbilt University. He also holds an Educational Specialist in Educational Leadership and Administration degree from George Washington University, as well as a Master’s of Education degree in Secondary Education.  He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in History from Wittenberg University.

    In addition to Dr. Rudolph’s formal education, his varied job experience includes positions as a researcher, adjunct professor, administrator, test writer, teacher and coach. In addition to being a principal at every level, he has worked in a traditional high and middle school, a kindergarten through 8th grade elementary school, a charter school, countywide arts magnet, Title 1 and Bill and Melinda Gates funded “small” high school.  In each of his positions as principal and teacher he has led dramatic turnarounds that are rooted in the idea of accountability, teamwork and world class learning practices.

    Ayindé and his wife have three kids, two twin girls, who are in high school and a son who will be entering preschool in another year. His children have been his inspiration and motivate him to develop learning environments that he would be proud to engage or immerse them into.  This past January (2015) Ayindé climbed to the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro, Tanzania to conclude his quest to raise approximately $10,000 for cancer research.  He is an avid reader, a budding triathlete, and enjoys walking and running with his family’s dog.

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    November 11, 2015 - Español

    October 30, 2015Español

    October 2, 2015Español

    August 21, 2015Español

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  • DELAC Meetings

    District English Language Advisory Council (DELAC)

    The District English Language Advisory Council (DELAC) is a group of elected parents whose children are English Learners. The DELAC's purpose is to advise the district governing board on programs and services available for their students in order to achieve academic success. All interested parents, School Site Council, ELAC officers, community members, and school personnel are invited to attend DELAC meetings. They are held 6 times a year.

    2015-16 Meetings

    August 24, 2015 Agenda Meeting Packet
    September 14, 2015  Agenda  Meeting Packet
    November 16, 2015  Agenda  Meeting Packet
    January 11, 2016    
    March 21, 2016    
    April 18, 2016    
    May 9, 2016    

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