The Mountain View Los Altos Union High School District Board of Trustees was scheduled Monday to consider approving a resolution to place a General Obligation Facility Bond on the June ballot. If passed, the bond would fund the $295 million Facilities Master Plan the trustees authorized Jan. 22.
The Facilities Master Plan directs the construction of at least 24 classrooms at Los Altos and Mountain View high schools. Each school also would get a new food court, student union and wellness center, as well as new or expanded performing arts spaces and athletic facilities – including an auxiliary gymnasium. In addition, the plan proposes a new Freestyle Academy of Communications Arts & Technology facility to replace the aging portables that house it on the Mountain View campus.