A new elementary school will be needed in the Pleasanton school district in the next 10 years, according to a demographer's report to be reviewed at the board meeting tonight.
The demographer also says an 11th elementary school will be needed by 2022, and that both schools will be needed regardless of the combination of single family homes and apartments the city of Pleasanton approves for its East Pleasanton Specific Plan.
In other actions at its meeting tonight, the board will review financial statements for the close of the last fiscal year, which ended in June. It will also hold a public hearing on whether textbooks and materials needed for science classes are sufficient, a procedural move required by the state.
The board is also expected to approve new policies regarding human resources, part of a lengthy process of reviewing and approving policies to be in line with recommendation from the California School Boards Association.
The public portion of the board meeting is set to begin at 7 p.m. in the district board room, 4665 Bernal Ave., following a closed session.