Board of Education Meeting Highlights

Board of Education Meeting Highlights Mar. 15, 2022
Posted on 03/24/2022
Board thanks Rise City Church for their donation to the District.

The Santee School District Board of Education met at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Mar. 15, taking action on a total of 22 agenda items. Meeting highlights included:




Reports and Presentations

    • Rise City Church was recognized for their donation to Carlton Hills Elementary School and the gift cards for teachers district wide, that totaled over $64,000.
    • President Levens-Craig’s SSD Proud Moment showcased the various programs at Carlton Oaks that connect students and build school pride. Read more here.
    • The 2021-22 Trimester 2 Assessment Results showed an increase in student performance in various areas compared to Trimester 1. View the report here.

    Consent Items

    • A field trip for Pepper Drive fifth grade Safety Patrol students to visit the San Diego Zoo was approved. The Board is excited to bring back field trips and other unique experiences for our students.
    • A grant for the education of homeless children and youth was approved. This joint venture with La Mesa-Spring Valley School Districts will provide necessary support for students and their families experiencing homelessness, as well as training and education for staff to better support these families.

    Action Items

    • Jessica Carrillo was appointed as the new Out of School Time Program Coordinator.
    • The Board discussed their 2022 Legislative Goals that will be used when advocating to legislators for bills and policies that may impact education. Read more about the goals here (will link to Legislative Brochure on website).
    • The 2022-23, 2023-24 and 2024-25 District school year calendars were approved. View them here.

    The next meeting of the Santee School District Board of Education will be at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Apr. 19, 2022, in the Educational Resource Center, 9619 Cuyamaca, Santee.

    Note: These are not official meeting minutes of the Board of Education but rather a brief recap of the Board’s actions. For official meeting minutes and a complete list of actions taken, visit