Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Salinas City officials to consider re-opening Boronda School.

Salinas City Elementary officials will consider re-opening Boronda School, shuttered 10 years ago, at a special board meeting on Monday. The district now uses Boronda School, shuttered 10 years ago, as a storage facility, Superintendent Juvenal Luza said in an email. The district also rents some rooms to the Monterey County Office of Education for its community day school. "If we re-open the school this coming school year ... we are recommending to the board to adopt "Option #2", which is a Magnet Dual Immersion School beginning with Pre-School, Transitional Kindergarten, and Kindergarten classes. The following year we will incorporating 1st grade, and every year after we will be adding a new grade level," Luza said. The board will also discuss the questions to be asked of candidates for the superintendent position.

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