By Richard Bammer
A conceptual design for the Markham Elementary modernization project, the second interim 2017-18 budget and a top administrator contract are on the agenda when Vacaville Unified leaders meet tonight.
District officials will tell the seven-member governing board that the Markham project, set to break ground during summer 2019, will cost nearly $36 million, and include a new classroom building, a new multipurpose room, upgrades to existing classrooms, and the removal of portable classrooms, among other things.
Using a slide presentation, officials will review the site committee process and discuss priorities.
Jennifer Stahlheber, the chief business officer, will present the second interim 2017-18 budget report and multiyear projections.
By law, California school districts must submit two interim budget reports for the current fiscal year, usually by mid-December and mid-March, to let state Department of Education officials know that they can meet their financial obligations.