The Los Altos School District Board of Trustees decided Monday night to hold off on developing a detailed plan for use of its 10th site.
The district is in the process of purchasing land for a 10th campus at the corner of Showers Drive and California Street in Mountain View, in collaboration with the city of Mountain View. Trustees are hoping for the city of Mountain View to chip in $23 million for the site because the school’s open spaces would be available to the public after school hours. The city council originally asked for a complete plan for the site by its Oct. 16 meeting in order to make a final decision, but trustees said they’re not ready to submit a detailed plan. They’re hoping for a favorable final decision anyway.