The Bullis Charter School Board of Directors is holding special daylong meeting Friday to tackle a number of topics, including school configuration.
The meeting, scheduled for 8:45 a.m. to 4:15 p.m., is located at 1661 Page Mill Road in Palo Alto.
The configuration question is one that is followed with great interest by parents at Egan Jr. High and Blach Intermediate School, which are the two campuses at which the Los Altos School District intends to offer facilities for 2013-14.
Egan Jr. High has been the campus that has shared most of its facilities with Bullis (BCS), even this school year, when the charter school was offered, but apparently did not use, space at Blach, too. At Monday night's Los Altos School Board meeting, with parents, staff and other principals showing their support, Egan principal Brenda Dyckman told the board she didn't think it was possible to find any more space on campus. The implication was that relief would have to come from other LASD campuses.
The BCS board is scheduled first to discuss school configuration and governmental affairs for 90 minutes. At 10:30 a.m. it is scheduled to go into executive session to discuss existing litigation with LASD and the performance evaluation of superintendent/principal Wanny Hersey. Then it will reconvene to open session at 12:15 p.m. to report out any action. The board has lunch from 12:15 to 1 p.m. At 1 p.m. after lunch, the board and Hersey will discuss governance, communication and stakeholder engagement.
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