Under the direction of Sonya Cuellar, Personnel Services oversees the hiring and evaluation of the District’s 475 employees. The Assistant Superintendent of Personnel Services is responsible for disciplinary matters and serves as the District’s chief negotiator for certificated and classified negotiations. Personnel Services oversees teacher credentialing and certification, as well as the implementation of certain provisions of No Child Left Behind, the federal legislation shaping all reform efforts around the state and nation. Finally, the Assistant Superintendent of Personnel Services advises the Superintendent on personnel-related matters, and implements the Board’s personnel practices.
Frontline Absence Management is the employee absence reporting system. When employees are out they need to report their absence through the Frontline Absence Management system.
You can access the reporting system by clicking here.
Assembly Bill 1432 requires all school districts to provide annual training to their employees in child abuse detection and mandatory reporting obligations under the Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act (“CANRA”). The Mandated Reporter Training for Educators will satisfy the requirements of AB 1432.
If you suspect a child has been or is being abused you must report it immediately.
Click here to access the Department of Children and Family Services website to begin the process.
Little Lake employees are encouraged to participate in the Employee Assistance Services for Education (EASE) program offered through the Los Angeles County Office of Education. They offer free counseling services to employees and members of the employees’ immediate family. In addition, EASE provides consultation to managers and supervisors on dealing with emotional issues in the workplace. Click here for more information.
Assistant Superintendent of Personnel Services
Supervisor of Personnel