By Richard Bammer
Leaders of Vacaville Unified and a new Vacaville charter school signed off on a memo of understanding that spells out the agreement’s details, including oversight and facility-use fees.
The seven-member governing board approved the document, which refers to such things as charter renewal, personnel services, food services and funding, during a trustees meeting Thursday in the Educational Services Center.
“This is unchartered waters,” said board president Sherie Mahlberg said Friday, alluding to the 11-page MOU, renewable every year unless changed. It will govern the district’s relationship with Kairos Public School Vacaville Academy, an independent, TK-8 charter school formed last year by educators with local connections.