By Richard Bammer
When will Vacaville Unified settle on new school start times for the 2017-18 academic year and beyond?
Not until its next meeting, March 16, at the earliest — and possibly not until April.
One thing is certain: When finally approved, the change will affect all of the district’s 12,500 students, their families, and well more than 1,100 employees.
After several airings of the recommended new start times, trustees, during a Thursday governing board meeting, seemed frustrated, based on their questions and remarks, with a sometimes-confusing, option-filled slide presentation by Mark Frazier, the chief academic officer.