By Richard Bammer
When they meet in open session tonight, Vacaville Unified trustees will hear a Measure V bond update and an update on Common Core family math parent involvement.
Measure V, a $101 million bond measure approved by 68 percent of Vacaville voters in 2001, paid for upgrades to schools and other projects, such as improvements to Zunino Stadium, a new gymnasium, and a new science building. Since that time, nearly all the money has been spent. Superintendent Ken Jacopetti will lead the discussion.
He also will lead the update about family math night.
Its primary goal is to “strengthen the mathematical aptitudes of students through the power of family interaction,” according to wording in the agenda packet.