By Richard Bammer
When compiling their facilities needs lists, site committees at Vacaville Unified’s 16 campuses unanimously agreed that upgrading technology was No.1.
The No. 2 need, at most schools, was safety and security.
Those top needs became more widely known Wednesday night, when district leaders convened a community meeting in advance of possibly proposing a bond measure for the November ballot.
The meeting was convened to gain public input not on the bond measure but more on a “facilities needs list,” site by site, so district staffers could offer the information to governing board members in the first step of the political process, which comes with state-mandated deadlines.