VUSD leaders, public air ideas about Sierra Vista re-opening – The Reporter

By Richard Bammer

Getting ready for a Sept. 17 vote on the matter, Vacaville Unified leaders and the public appear divided on the fate of Sierra Vista School, closed since 2011 but currently home to the district’s Independent Study program.

During a special board workshop Thursday at the Bel Air Drive campus, trustees and parents, many of the latter from the neighborhood, shared ideas and opinions about whether or not the school should house (transitional kindergarten) TK-6 or TK-8 classes.

As for the school being used as home for Buckingham Charter Magnet High School, Board President Whit Whitman, during a post-public comment segment, said the governing board would not consider such a move in the coming days, leaving the elementary school configuration open for either TK-6 or TK-8 classes before the board’s final vote.

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