The Pleasanton Unified School District invites community members to attend one of two meetings to learn about current and projected student enrollment in Pleasanton and provide input on options to address enrollment in North Pleasanton; including use of a K-8 school configuration, new elementary school, increasing enrollment capacity within existing school configurations, and school boundary adjustments.
The meetings will be held on Wednesday, May 16, 6 - 7 p.m., and Wednesday, May 23, 10 - 11 a.m., in the District Office Board Room, 4665 Bernal Avenue in Pleasanton.
These meetings follow a series of public workshops held by the PUSD Board of Trustees around District facilities, funding available through the District’s Measure I1 bond approved by voters in November 2016, as well as current and projected student enrollment.
The District’s annual demographers report, presented during the March 13 regular board meeting, notes an increase in student enrollment in North Pleasanton. Since receiving this report, the Board of Trustees have held a number of collaborative discussions during school board meetings and joint city meetings.
The Board of Trustees and District are committed to having an open dialogue with the community around facilities and the future of our schools. These meetings are open to all community members.
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