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LIVE BLOG: Los Altos School Board Meeting April 1, 2013

The school board will deliberate on the final facilities offer to Bullis Charter School Monday night, and decide whether to make an offer to purchase the Raynor Activity Center in Sunnyvale.

LIVE BLOG: Los Altos School Board Meeting April 1, 2013

 

With an April 1 deadline ticking away, the Los Altos School Board is expected to deliberate and pass a final offer for facilities to the Bullis Charter School.

A draft of the offer is on the Los Altos School District website, and incorporates many of the items that were discussed in last week's meeting.

The state regulations under Proposition 39 require that the board make a final facilities offer by April 1.

Desite no formal meetings going on between the schools' two board, both Bullis Charter School board member Joe Hurd and Los Altos School Board President Doug Smith have been in contact over the past several days, they confirmed.

Parents, too, have been actively making specific facilities requests via email.

The draft 43-page offer is on the district website, as is the 167-page package of exhibits. There is also a 16-page power-point presentation expected to be made by Assistant Superintendent for Business Randy Kenyon. 

Follow along here. 

Remember, if you have cable TV, the community access station KMVT is carrying the meeting live. You can also watch the live stream online via the district website. From the homepage, navigate to "Who We Are," then choose "Board of Trustees" and from that page you can find the webstreaming link. If you want to follow the agenda online, go here

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