By Richard Bammer
As one of several Sierra Vista School business items on Thursday’s governing board agenda, Vacaville Unified leaders approved the school’s Reopening Committee recommendations that were presented at the governing board’s Dec. 10 meeting.
They include two classes for each grade K-6, and four classes per grade level 7-8.
When the Bel Air Drive campus opens in August, the initial upgrades to the school, currently the home of the district’s Independent Study program, are projected to cost $2 million — for parking lot expansion and bell and phone systems, among other things. Other major remodeling or construction projects, including a new multipurpose room and science classrooms, are expected to cost $11 million and will be completed in the coming months and years.
Costs will be paid through Measure A, the $194 million bond passed by voters in November 2014.