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Agendas & Supporting Documents 2009-10


The agenda is posted on the CUSD Website and at the CUSD Education Center 72 hours in advance of each regular Board meeting and 24 hours before a special meeting. The agenda is also sent to school sites for posting within the approved timeline.

The Agenda/ Supporting Documentation packet is conveniently bookmarked for ease of navigation between agenda items. Macintosh users will need to install Adobe Reader as their default PDF viewer in order to use this feature. Mac browsers typically default to a snapshot style window when opening documents with no program associated with a file type such as PDF.