Personnel Commission

The Personnel Commission of the Victor Valley Union High School District oversees the activities of the Commission staff, its classified employees, and the communities it encompasses.

Commissioners are private citizens who are known adherents of the merit principle.  They are appointed for three-year staggered terms.  One Commissioner is appointed by the Board of Trustees, one is appointed by the employee association, and the other is appointed jointly by the other two.  Commissioners can be reappointed upon their showing a continued interest and support of merit system principles and practices.

The Personnel Commission meets monthly on the second Tuesday of the month, beginning at 3:30 p.m. unless otherwise posted in the required Public Service Announcement.


Personnel Commissioners:

Mrs. Paula Gonzales - Chairperson

Mr. Anthony Valencia - Vice-Chairperson

Mr. Arnold Rocha - Member

 

PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT

VICTOR VALLEY UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT
PERSONNEL COMMISSION MEETING
16350 Mojave Drive
Victorville, California 92395-3655

 

PC Meeting 10-19-21

SPECIAL MEETING OF THE PERSONNEL COMMISSION

When: October 19 , 2021 03:30 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
Topic: PC Meeting

The Personnel Commission meeting agenda and related records is available in its entirety on the district's website at www.vvuhsd.org. Public records related to the public session agenda, that are distributed to the Personnel Commission less than 72 hours before a regular meeting, may be inspected by the public at the Personnel Services Department in the District Office during regular business hours Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Personnel Commission

 

The Commission action may not legally be taken on any item not specifically listed on the agenda.  The Commission may ask that such items be placed on the next agenda for consideration.  Testimony is not protected from damage claims for slander.  Public charges or allegations may result in legal action being brought by those individuals.

Discussions on personnel matters are inappropriate for open sessions.  The Commission is committed to protecting the privacy interest of District personnel. Should any member of the public wish to discuss a personnel matter, it must first be brought to the attention of the Director.  Speakers are cautioned that under California law, no person is immune from liability for making intentionally false or defamatory comments regarding any person simply because those comments are made at a public meeting. Individual speakers shall be allowed 3 minutes to address the Commission on each agenda or non-agenda item.  The Commission shall limit the total time for public input on each item to 20 minutes