vacancy left by Gary Rutherford, the outgoing director of curriculum and
Bogart came from the Irvine Unified School District, where she held a
She will begin in January.
The board also unanimously approved several summer sessions for 2000.
One session will be mandatory for seventh- and eighth-grade students who
have been retained or are at risk of being retained.
A core academic enrichment program for general education students
enrolled in grades two through seven will also be offered.
Remedial instruction for students enrolled in grades two through six, who
have low test scores, is also scheduled.
Also approved by the board was an agreement with Golden West College to
provide public school health experiences for students registered in the
community college's nursing program. Students will work with the district
nurse and will participate in health screenings, health promotion and