VUSD trustees face light agenda tonight – The Reporter

By Richard Bammer

A pair of construction contracts that call for trustee votes and two in the consent calendar not requiring a vote are part of a relatively light agenda that Vacaville Unified leaders will face when they meet tonight in Vacaville.

But the governing board, with president Whit Whitman joining via teleconference from Detroit Lakes, Minn., may face public comments stemming from Tuesday’s workshop 5-1 vote to re-open Sierra Vista Elementary in fall 2016, with the school’s grade configuration — K-6, K-8 or 9-12 — still open for discussion and stakeholder input, pending a final trustee vote in the coming weeks and months.

In more formal matters, trustees are expected to approve an $87,000 contract with Swank Construction to repair portable classrooms at Browns Valley and Alamo elementaries.

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