ASB Approves Priority List of Projects Under Measure A Bond

ASB Approves Priority List of Projects Under Measure A Bond

The Amador School Board has approved a priority list of projects that the school district would build if the voters approve Measure A in November. Meeting Wednesday night, the board voted to approve a 17 point priority list that details a series of projects at various school sites that would be paid for if the 78 million dollar measure is passed. The first five projects listed are: A new administration building and 12 new classrooms for Ione Elementary School, building renovations at Jackson Elementary School, a new multipurpose room for use by both Sutter Creek Elementary and Amador High School, renovation to the Jackson Junior High gym with a new roof and kitchen facilities, and new roofs at Pine Grove Elementary and an expansion of its multipurpose room. While every school site in the district is slated to receive something, Ione Elementary would receive the most, with two projects listed for a total of 20.3 million dollars. Measure A would pay for. In other business, the board approved a change to school district policy with regard to head lice. In the new language the board quote, “Recognizes that head lice do not pose health hazard, are not a sign of un-cleanliness, and are not responsible for the spread of any disease.”

Written by KVGC Staff

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