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Regular meetings are held at Julian Union High School, 1656 Hwy 78, Julian, CA 92036 @ 6:00 PM in room 4.
(Typically, regular meetings are held on the 3rd Thursday of each month, unless specified otherwise. Please see below.)

- January 24 (Canceled due to no quorum)
-January 29 (Rescheduled Meeting)
-February 21 (cancelled due to snow)
- February 28 (rescheduled meeting)
-March 14 (2nd Thursday - 2nd Interim Budget Report Approval)
-April 18
-May 16
-June 13 (2nd Thursday – LCAP, Budget Approval)
-July – Dark
-August 15
-September 12 (2nd Thursday – Unaudited Actuals)
-October 24 (4th Thursday to accommodate attendance at Special Education Critical Issues Conference (Legal Updates))
-November 14
-December 12 (2nd Thursday–1st Interim Budget Report & Annual Organizational Mtg.)
Katy Moretti, President
(Dec. 2018-Dec. 2022)

Erik Fleet, Vice President
(Dec. 2018-Dec. 2022)

Tom Skibinski, Clerk
(Dec. 2018-Dec. 2022)

Mark Bakken, Member
(Dec. 2018-Dec. 2020)

Jennifer Dickinson, Member
(Feb. 2019-Dec. 2020)
Julian Union High School District Philosophy
1. All students can learn and succeed.
2. Every student in the district, regardless of gender, special needs, social, ethnic, language or economic background has a right to a high-quality education that challenges the student to achieve to his/her fullest potential.
3. The future of our nation and community depends on students possessing the skills to be lifelong learners and effective, contributing members of society.
4. A safe, nurturing environment is necessary for learning.
5. Parents/guardians have a right and an obligation to participate in their child's schooling.
6. The ability of children to learn is affected by social, health and economic conditions and other factors outside the classroom.
7. Early identification of student learning and behavioral difficulties contribute to student access.
8. Students and staff respond positively to high expectations and recognition for their accomplishments.
9. Continuous school improvement is necessary to meet the needs of students in a changing economy and society.
10. The diversity of the student population and staff enriches the learning experience for all students.
11. A highly skilled and dedicated staff has a direct and powerful influence on students' lives and learning.
12. A high level of communication, trust, respect and teamwork among Board members and Superintendent contributes to effective decision-making.
13. The community provides an essential resource to the educational program.
14. Effective communication with all stakeholders helps build support for the schools.
15. Accountability for the district's programs and operations is shared by the entire educational community.