CONCORD -- Besides voting on what to do with the KVHS radio station Monday night, the Mt. Diablo school board expects to vote on a proposal to eliminate busing for some "overflow" students who must attend campuses outside their neighborhoods if their home schools are full.

During the board's discussion about this last week, Trustee Cheryl Hansen asked Superintendent Steven Lawrence to provided trustees with information about which students and schools this would affect, as well as how much money the district expects to save.

Board President Sherry Whitmarsh said Friday that she also wants to see this information before making a decision. It might make more sense to redraw boundaries around schools and try to find other ways to save money, to cut back on the district's deficit spending, she said.

"My gut is telling me that it's probably Delta View and Meadow Homes and Cambridge (elementary schools)," she said.

The board also expects to appoint an interim assistant superintendent for Pupil Services and Special Education to replace Mildred Browne. She requested a leave of absence after the board failed to renew her contract when it renewed several other administrators' contracts through 2014. Browne's contract expires in June.

In addition, the board will review the superintendent's goals, consider allowing students to use cell phones on campus, discuss endorsing Propositions 30 and 38 and explore establishing a Mayoral Council and the creation of a Public Information Officer position. The board also expects to approve a $900-a-day contract with a consulting company led by an assistant superintendent in the Fresno County Office of Education, to help improve instruction at Meadow Homes Elementary in Concord. The total cost of nearly $51,000 would be paid with a federal School Improvement Grant.