- Published on Monday, 19 March 2012 06:41
- Written by Traci Newell
More than 150 parents and community members were on hand at the Los Altos School District Board of Trustees meeting Monday night (March 19) to speak up with questions and concerns regarding the possibility of a Covington School/Bullis Charter School “super campus.”
District officials offered no additional details regarding the shared campus option. Not all Covington parents objected to the idea, but raised questions about safety, traffic, shared space and noise concerns of more than 1,000 students at two different schools sharing the same campus.
For more information about the shared campus option, see our story here. For more details on parent and community input, see the March 28 print edition.
Caption: The multi-purpose room at Covington School is one of several facilities that would be shared if the district moves ahead with the shared facility option for Bullis Charter School next year.