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Board Agendas, Minutes, and Meeting Handouts can all be found at  LLESD's Agenda Online website.


Board Agendas, Minutes, and Meeting Handouts prior to October 2015 are available in the District Office.


 August 18, 2021

Regular (7:00pm)

September 8, 2021

Regular (7:00pm)

 October 6, 2021

Regular (7:00pm)

 November 17, 2021

Regular (7:00pm)

 December 15, 2021

Regular (7:00pm)

  January 12, 2022

Regular (7:00pm)

 February 3, 2022

Budget Study Session (9:30am)

February 9, 2022

Regular (7:00pm)

March 9, 2022

Regular (7:00pm)

April 13, 2022

Regular (7:00pm)

May 11, 2022

Regular (7:00pm)

June 1, 2022

Regular (7:00pm)

June 8, 2022

Regular (7:00pm)

Governing Board

Public Governing Board Statement


Board Goals

Revised: 1-17-18

  1. Student.  Every student will participate in a rigorous, relevant and innovative curriculum and will experience high quality instruction every day that engages, challenges and prepares them to thrive in a globally competitive and information-rich environment.  Students will graduate from LLESD well prepared for high school and beyond, as resilient learners, effective problem-solvers and caring, involved citizens who contribute productively to their communities.

  2. Teaching.  Teaching in every classroom will be effective, engaging, relevant and responsive to the evolving needs of our students.  District leaders will focus attention on student learning and on developing coherent curriculum and consistent instruction within and across grade levels and subject areas so that each student in our district will have an effective and engaging learning experience that meets the district’s high standards of excellence.  

  3. Learning Environment.   Attend to the emotional, physical well-being and safety of all students and staff through the ongoing maintenance of existing facilities as well as the design, development and implementation of the facilities master plan.  Foster a district-wide culture of learning in which professionals and students are supported to take risks, to work collaboratively, to reflect on their learning and to continuously grow and develop.

  4. Community.  Educate the Las Lomitas Elementary School District parent community and the surrounding community about the work that LLESD is engaged in and regularly seek out their feedback and ideas about how the district can better achieve its goals.  Involve and engage all community stakeholders in supporting and sustaining the district’s work, particularly the district’s goal to develop graduates who are caring and involved citizens.

  5. Fiscal.  Maintain and adopt policies that ensure fiscally responsible use of district resources to support student learning and other district goals while attending to the short and long term financial stability of the district.

LLESD School Board

The Las Lomitas Elementary School District (LLESD) Governing Board has five elected members, each serving a four-year term.  Elections are held in even-numbered years, and terms are staggered with either two or three seats open each election.  Individuals interested in serving a term in office file for candidacy through the San Mateo County Elections Office.

Las Lomitas School District uses the Agenda Online website to post and track all information about School Board meetings, including meeting agendas, minutes, and supporting materials used in those meetings. We recommend that you bookmark the LLESD Online Agenda link to stay up-to-date with the Las Lomitas School Board.  

Members of the Governing Board

Dana Nunn - President

Jason Morimoto - Clerk

John Earnhardt

Molly Finn

Cynthia Solis Yi

Term expires 2022


Term expires 2024


Term expires 2022 


Term expires 2022


Term expires 2022






Regular Meetings are held monthly, with times, dates and locations found on the Agenda Online website  The meeting agenda is posted at the District Office and each school campus three days prior to the meeting.  Regular Meetings consist of a Closed Session, where items regarding personnel, negotiations and pending litigation may be discussed, and an Open Session that is open to the public.


Members of the public may address the Board regarding agenda items at the time they are discussed, or during Public Comment for items not on the agenda. Special Meeting are held at the District Office, or at another location within the District.  The meeting agenda is posted at the District Office and each school campus prior to the meeting. Special Meetings are held to conduct business that must be completed prior to the next Regular Meeting and may consist of both Open and Closed sessions.

Budget Workshops are working sessions during which the budget for the next fiscal year is developed. 

Board Policies

The Governing Board of Las Lomitas Elementary School District has updated many policies in order to be in compliance with recent Federal and State mandates and changes in the law.  These revised policies have been forwarded to the California School Boards Association for uploading to Gamut’s online policy maintenance service for our district’s policies.   Due to a backlog at CSBA, policies that have been updated are taking a while to be uploaded.  Before printing any of LLESD's Board Policies, please check with the Superintendent’s Office to ensure you have the latest version of any particular policy.