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35120.(a) (1) In any school district in which the average daily attendance for the prior school year exceeded 400,000, each member of the city board of education or the Board of Trustees of the district who actually attends all meetings held may receive as compensation for his or her services a sum not to exceed $2,000 per month.

(2) In any school district that is not located in a city and county, and in which the average daily attendance for the prior school year exceeded 60,000, the Board may prescribe, as compensation for the services of each member of the Board who actually attends all meetings held, a sum not to exceed $1,500 in any month.

(3) In any school district in which the average daily attendance for the prior school year was 60,000 or less, but more than 25,000, each member of the city board of education or the Board of the district who actually attends all meetings held may receive as compensation for his or her services a sum not to exceed $750 in any month.

(4) In any school district in which the average daily attendance for the prior school year was 25,000 or less, but more than 10,000, each member of the City Board of Education or the Board of the district who actually attends all meetings held may receive as compensation for his or her services a sum not to exceed $400 in any month.

(5) In any school district in which the average daily attendance for the prior school year was 10,000 or less, but more than 1,000, each member of the City Board of Education or the Board of the district who actually attends all meetings held may receive as compensation for his or her services a sum not to exceed $240 in any month.

(6) In any school district in which the average daily attendance for the prior school year was 1,000 or less, but more than 150, each member of the City Board of Education or the Board of the district who actually attends all meetings held may receive as compensation for his or her services a sum not to exceed $120 in any month.

(7) In any school district in which the average daily attendance for the prior school year was less than 150, each member of the City Board of Education or the Board of the district who actually attends all meetings held may receive as compensation for his or her services a sum not to exceed $60 per month.

(8) Any member who does not attend all meetings held in any month may receive, as compensation for his/her services, an amount not greater than the maximum amount allowed by this subdivision divided by the number of meetings held and multiplied by the number of meetings actually attended.

(9) For the purposes of providing compensation pursuant to paragraphs (1) to (7), inclusive, average daily attendance for the prior school year may be increased by a school district's percentage of excused absences reported for the 1996-97 fiscal year.

(b) The compensation of members of the Board of a school district newly organized or reorganized shall be governed by subdivision (a). For this purpose, the total average daily attendance in all of the schools of the district in the school year in which the organization or reorganization became effective pursuant to Section 4062 shall be deemed to be the average daily attendance in the district for the prior school year.

(c) The compensation shall be a charge against the funds of the school district. If the City Board of Education or the Board of the district is the Board of more than one school district, the compensation shall be charged against and paid by the respective school districts in the same proportion as the salary of the City Superintendent of Schools is charged against them. Compensation shall be reduced by an amount equal to any salary or compensation paid to the members of the City Board of Education from any funds of the city.

Exhibit ANTELOPE VALLEY UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT

version: September 19, 2001 Lancaster, California