Things appeared to be at an impasse Monday night, as the Los Altos School Board members expressed disappointment with how far apart it and Bullis Charter School are in coming to a facilities solution for the 2013-14 school year.
School board President Doug Smith called for a special meeting Monday, March 18 as the board grapples with how to construct a final offer to Bullis.
Board member Mark Goines and others said they were willing to consider more space for the school if it could receive enrollment data it had requested in November, but had not yet received.
Smith said he had made a California Public Records Act request to get enrollment data from Bullis Charter School.
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The Los Altos School District Board will discuss its facilities offer to Bullis Charter for the 2013-14 school year Monday night, along with several other pieces of business.
These include an update on the City-Schools subcommittee meeting, at which members of the City Council and members of the school board discussed matters of mutual importance, receiving a regular briefing on the district's finances.
The board will also recognize Ellen Kraska, the district's technology integration coach, who was selected as one of Apple's Distinguished Educators last month.