Adams makes case for BUSD Measure S – Benicia Herald

By Donna Beth Weilenman

Benicia Unified School District Superintendent Janice Adams made her case before the City Council Tuesday for support of Measure S, the local $50 million general obligation bond issue that voters will decide during the statewide primary election June 3.

The school district has at least one building that dates to the 1930s, and its newest school, Matthew Turner Elementary, is 21 years old, she told the Council.

While Benicia schools are ranked first in Solano County according to 2012 Academic Performance Index results, and teach about 5,000 pupils enrolled in kindergarten through high school, the aging buildings are taking their toll, Adams said.

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