Next Board Meeting – TBA
Jon was born in Long Beach, and grew up in Hacienda Heights and Fallbrook. He has lived with his wife and four children in Carlsbad and Oceanside area since 1986. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Zoology from the University of California, Davis in 1983. He has always enjoyed learning and helped finance his college costs by tutoring other college students in Chemistry and Math. John holds a Corporate Officer license and had been a Commercial Real Estate Office Specialty Broker in North County for 29 years. Jon is a Senior Vice President at Colliers International, one of the world’s largest full-service commercial Real Estate companies, with more than 13,000 professionals in 522 offices located in 62 countries. He has provided brokerage and consultation services for both Charter and Private Schools from start-ups to established organizations for more than a decade.
Kathi began at Pacific View Charter in 2006 as a Supervisory Teacher and was the High School Lead Teacher from 2012 until 2020, when she retired. Having been part of the Leadership team, Kathi understands the school’s culture, the stakeholders, operations, and its road to success. Today her number one interest continues to be the students. She enjoys seeing our students turn their lives around by becoming successful in their academics. This, in turn, increases their self-esteem and provides them opportunities to become valuable contributing members of society. She was invited to join the Board three years into her retirement, and she accepted. Kathi is familiar with the duties and obligations of a board member as she attended all the Board meetings when she was still a PVCS employee. As a board member, she will continue supporting the school, its students and parents, staff, and its continued growth in the community. Kathi resides in Carlsbad, California, with her husband Andy and their nine-year-old Goldendoodle, a former PVCS therapy dog. She has four adult children ranging from 29-37 years old. Kathi is a fervent golfer, playing 18 holes three times a week. Her goal is to shoot under 100 consistently. So far, she has only done this once, but “watch out, 2023”!
I was born and raised in Southern California. My wife and I have three wonderful children. In my spare time, I like to learn and read about theology, personal finance, and technology. I’m a financial professional by trade, and I help grow food at the community farm my friend and I started. If I’m not serving my community in some capacity, you’ll probably find me with family, friends, or tacos. In that order too.
Julie is a homeschooling parent of three wonderful children with special needs; including, medical, neurodiverse, and learning challenges. Her educational passion aligns well with Pacific View Charter School in that every student has the ability to find their unique learning path that leads to success in achieving academic, social, and career / life goals. Her youngest son, who is in 8 th grade, has been attending PVCS in Oceanside for three years, and will attend PVCS High School.
While homeschooling, she managed a preschool and a Kinder to 3 rd grade homeschool support program for children of various aptitudes and learning styles. She earned a B.S. degree in Mathematics from National University, and enjoyed a career in the Technology sector. She lives with her husband, three children and three rescue cats, is a volunteer at TriCity Hospital Auxiliary, and is completing coursework at Palomar College and MiraCosta college. She is excited to serve on the Pacific View Charter School board assisting the school in its mission.
As part of the new Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF), all schools are required to develop, adopt, and annually update a three-year Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP).The LCAP is required to identify goals and measure progress for student subgroups across multiple performance indicators. The LCAP is an important component of the LCFF.
Under the LCFF all public schools are required to prepare an LCAP, which describes how they intend to meet annual goals for all pupils, with specific activities to address state and local priorities identified pursuant to California Education Code Section 52060(d). In short, the State of California changed the funding formula for public education and requires Pacific View Charter to develop a Local Control and Accountability Plan. This plan must align educational goals with financial resources.