VACAVILLE — School board members will take a look Thursday at work that’s designed to identify the Vacaville School District’s future structural needs, which may include a future bond campaign.
The district is in the process of doing a facilities needs assessments. Board members will hear a staff presentation on facility needs, priorities and recommended funding options. One of the possible funding options is to seek voter approval for a facilities bond, Trustee David McCallum said.
“It depends on what the needs assessment comes forth with,” he said. “We’re taking a real hard look.”
The district is not currently operating under a facilities master plan because it expired, McCallum said. The district is in the process of gathering data and doing what he called a “careful and analytical study” with as much input as possible from the community.
Staff reports indicate that the district has conducted several meetings and workshops from November 2013 through January, coupled with site assessments and meetings dating back to 2008 and updated through 2013.
The meeting begins at 7 p.m. at the Educational Services Center, 401 Nut Tree Road in Vacaville.
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