By Todd R. Hansen
A lot of things could have gone wrong as Sierra Vista Elementary School reopened its doors for the first time in five years.
Not to mention, it was now the first school with a K-8 configuration in Vacaville School District history, and was implementing a college-readiness curriculum at the elementary level for the first time as well.
Of yeah, there is still some construction going on at the Bel Air Drive campus, too.
“It was probably one of the smoothest starts I’ve ever had,” said Cathy Bozzini, the principal at Sierra Vista and a 22-year schools veteran, 16 in administration. “If anything slowed us down, it was the kids had never visited the campus before.”