FAIRFIELD — The final Fairfield-Suisun School District board meeting of the fiscal year Thursday includes putting the finishing touches on next year’s budget as well as discussion and possible action on a land deal that would allow Laurel Creek Elementary School to one day expand.
In other district news, it appears the district will not have summer school next year.
The meeting kicks off at 6 p.m. at the district’s headquarters, 2490 Hilborn Road. The board has set a public hearing for the adoption of the 2012-13 budget and must pass the budget before June 30. Much of the work is already done.
The school board passed the budget in February, calling for $6.5 million in cuts, and voted in April to close Sullivan Middle School as part of the reductions. At its last meeting earlier this month, the board restored certain cuts, such as eliminating athletics and activities, by using money district employees gave up in their new contracts.