When they meet Thursday, Vacaville Unified School District leaders will hear an update on two state tax initiatives, Props. 30 and 38, vote on the final budget for 2011-12, vote to approve the Early College High School or Program and hear an update on Common Core State Standards.
Trustees likely will get a detailed report on the two tax initiatives from Kari Sousa, VUSD’s chief business officer.
Prop. 30 is the so-called “governor’s initiative,” the Schools and Local Public Safety Protection Act of 2012. If approved, it will temporarily raise income taxes for those making more than $250,000 per year for seven years while adding a quarter-cent boost to the state sales tax for four years.