The public can get a first glimpse at the Los Altos School District's possible faciltities offer Monday night, five days before the Feb. 1 preliminary offer deadline.
Assistant Superintendent for Business Randy Kenyon has prepared analyses of what costs might look like if LASD offered facilities housing different configurations of grades split between Egan Jr. High School and Blach Intermediate School.
- Grades K-5 at Egan and 6-8 at Blach, approx. cost of $306,000
- Grades K-4 at Egan and 5-8 at Blach, approx cost of $447,000
- Grades K-3 at Egan and 4-8 at Blach, approx. cost of $664,000
- Grades K-6 at Egan and 7-8 at Blach, approx. cost of $255,000
The latter was not requested, Kenyon wrote, but was provided because it represents the status quo.
All configurations were based on the district's counter-projections of BCS' in-district student population of 572, not the 615 students that BCS had reported.
Portables cost approximately $45,000 to install, Kenyon has said.
Patch has posted the main points and an analysis of the grade configurations on Egan and Blach schools.
Bullis Charter School Chairman Ken Moore announced the willingness to agree to a split campus solution for the short-term if it could get some key parameters met that would allow the school to have a more balanced number of students on both campuses, and enough facilities that would allow them to duplicate some functions, so that students and personnel did not have travel across town during the middle of the day, losing instructional time and creating hardship.