Templeton School District hosting community forum
A note and invitation from Superintendent Joe Koski:
Templeton Unified School District is continuing to explore facility projects which meet long-term enrollment projections without exacerbating current traffic constraints or sacrificing existing school cultures. A number of proposed solutions have already been fully vetted. Unfortunately, all of the ideas related to housing students in grades K-8 on our existing school sites fail to meet one or more critical solution criteria. It is important that the community remain informed about progress related to these important and long-lasting decisions. It is also important that you are afforded an opportunity to publicly provide input about ideas before they are moved to the Board of Trustees for action.
You are cordially invited to a Community Forum in the Board room next to the District office on Monday, February 10 from 6:30 to 8:00 pm. The purpose of the meeting is to review where previous projects failed to meet district requirements and to publicly share other options which are currently being explored. This is your opportunity to identify the strengths and weaknesses of ideas which may alter current school configurations and district property development. It is also an opportunity for you to share ideas you have as it relates to school size and locations for respective grade levels. The meeting is not intended to cover building projects which have been already approved by the Board of Trustees or to focus on instructional programs/current district operations.