is preparing to offer space to at Egan Jr. High School and at Blach Intermediate School.
The 32-page proposed preliminary facilities offer for the 2012-13 school year is posted on the LASD website, accompanied by about 30 attached exhibits. It is not a formal preliminary offer, since it must be voted upon by the board of trustees during a special meeting of the board on Monday.
Under the proposed LASD offer, grades K-6 would continue to be housed at , which the school has called home since its inception. Grades 7-8, which have been more recently added, would be housed at . Although Bullis Charter School leadership has preferred a single site for its K-8 school, the school district relied upon a previous state Court of Appeal decision from the 4th District that permitted more than one site.
Under the state regulations stemming from Prop. 39, school districts across the state must make their preliminary offers on Feb. 1, which is Tuesday. The back-and-forth process between the district and the charter schools is further regulated by deadlines through the year until a final agreement is reached.
Patch will be updating this story through the next two days and covering the Monday school board meeting.