The Los Altos School District Superintendent is proposing a wide range of stakeholders make up a task force to investigate and make recommendations about what to do about student growth.
The task force would also tackle the challenges of a long-term plan to house Bullis Charter School students.
The task force, in the superintendent's proposal, would include a member of the Bullis Charter School community among the 12 proposed members of the group.
A wide range of residents is contemplated for the task force, including: a parent leader selected by the superintendent; a school principal selected by the superintendent; a resident recommended by the Los Altos Chamber of Commerce; a resident recommended by the Mountain View Chamber of Commerce; three residents chosen by each the city councils of Mountain View, Los Altos and Los Altos Hills; three residents chosen a parent representative recommended by the LosAltos School District Trustees; a member selected by the board of Bullis; and a member of the LASD administration. A land-use expert would support the task force.
The task force would form and meet two to three times a month from December to March in order to get as much done as possible, and present its recommendations to the district trustees, city councils and Bullis Charter School Board.
In other business, the board will also discuss this school year's opening days, including facilities preparation; discuss board committees and appointments; the Educational Blueprint progress; and view a presentation on the summer school, known as the Los Altos Summer Academy.