School board holds third master plan meet tonight
Alameda Unified is holding the third of its three public workshops on its master plan at 6:30 p.m. today at Wood Middle School, 420 Grand Street. Tonight’s installment is titled “Delivering Quality Education.”
During the 90-minute workshop, school officials will be talking about the educational services we want, what those cost, how much money they have to pay for them and how much more they need to come up with. (One possibility on that last point: A new parcel tax.)
For more information, the district has posted basic info on their master plan Facebook page and a basic breakdown of the night’s agenda on their website, and School Board President Mike McMahon has got the nitty gritty of the master plan process on his site.
The other two workshops dealt with school funding from the state and what the district would look like if some or all of its schools became charters. And I’ll have the breakdown of tonight’s meeting for you first thing Wednesday.