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Schools Committee Meeting Summary for July 19, 2016

Schools Committee Meeting Summary
July 19,2016 7:00-8:30


1)    The attendees introduced themselves.
2)    Elementary School Update: The framing for the new school in WestPark is developing into several buildings, per Scott Alvord. He will post some pictures.
3)    Issues for Discussion:
a)    There were no agenda items from the floor.
b)    Bond updates: From the FF/WPNA Board meeting on July 12th:
We reviewed the minutes from the general Board meeting from July 12th. We discussed the comments from FFNA Board Member-at-Large Pete Constant.  Since Pete met with the Superintendent and staff on several occasions and none of our committee attended, it was suggested that our Co-Chairs meet with Pete to get firsthand knowledge of his discussions with the District, specifically the statement that the WRSP residents pay 21% more than the rest of the district on Bonds.  Sue VZ will set up a meeting with Pete and Curtis Hunter.  
4)    Roundtable: 
a)    Since we have not heard from Shannon Blockton as to the Public Relations Committee she is spearheading and we have received the Bond language for the ballot, Sue VZ will contact Shannon for updates and then share with the committee and residents.
b)    Connie Logg wanted more information on where the Bond money went, and was spent.  Sue VZ will send her information that was discussed with Joe Landon.
1)    Next Meeting:  We will meet at St. John’s Episcopal Church, 2351 Pleasant Grove Blvd, Roseville on August 16, 2016.  In September, meetings will resume at Chilton Middle School.

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