By Richard Bammer
A facilities agreement with the Montessori Charter School, a district athletics master plan, a facilities master plan, and an update on a proposed bond measure are on the agenda when Dixon Unified leaders meet tonight in Dixon.
Under Proposition 39, the district is required to take care of facilities needs for the North Almond Street charter school (the old Silveyville school campus), that the school’s facilities be “reasonably equivalent” to other district schools, according to agenda documents.
The estimated cost of the agreement is $180,000, and Adrian Vargas, the chief financial officer, will lead the discussion prior to the trustee vote.
Superintendent Brian Dolan will lead the discussion of the district’s athletics master plan, but there were no agenda documents about the details or nature of the plan.