Dear BUSD Community,
I would like to express my appreciation to the approximately 60 parents, staff members, and community members who attended the first Community Collaborative Discussion on March 1st
. The following is a general overview of my purpose for these discussions:
- An opportunity to listen to one another’s thoughts and ideas about the future of the Bonsall School District and community.
- A time for the Superintendent and staff to share important facts and information.
- A time to share and discuss in a collaborative manner.
- An opportunity for our community to come together in the interest of educating our children to the best of our ability.
As homes are being built within our school district attendance boundaries, and our student enrollment grows, there is a need for additional classroom space for our students, along with the need to build a new high school at a permanent location. This topic, along with other critical points and facts about our school district, is important for our community to understand, discuss and plan in order to take action and steps that are in the best interest of our children. My next Community Collaborative Discussion will take place on April 18th from 6:00-7:30 pm. Location: Bonsall Community Center, 31505 Old River Road, Bonsall.
I would very much appreciate your attendance. Your thoughts, ideas, and voices are needed for our children.
Additionally, the board of trustees recently approved a community survey that will be completed in the next two weeks, and the results will be shared at the April 12th
board meeting. The survey results will guide the board in determining whether or not to approve moving forward with a bond election, which would pay for the cost of building a high school (estimated 31 million), along with other projects identified for each school in the Bonsall Unified School District. Please join us at the April 12th board meeting.