By Richard Bammer
The biennial report about Sierra Vista K-8 School and two sizable construction contracts are on the agenda when Vacaville Unified leaders meet tonight in Vacaville.
Principal Cathy Bozzini will deliver her report, given once every two years. Among several things, she will tell the seven-member governing board that the Bel Air Drive school’s mission is “to prepare all students to be respectful leaders by providing service to their community” and “immersed” in a rigorous curriculum in order to be college- and career-ready in a global society.
Trustees are expected to approve a contract for $894,000 with American River Construction Inc., a Placerville firm, for ongoing upgrades, specifically seismic in this case, at Jepson Middle School. Assembly Bill 300 requires school districts to deal with seismic safety standards for K-12 school buildings. The project will be paid for under Measure A, the $194 million bond passed by voters in 2014.