Pleasanton's school board will discuss tonight whether to send out a community survey about considering a bond measure to fund infrastructure and other needs.
The school board will also discuss what the governor's budget proposal means for the district, will discuss new class subjects and will schedule meetings with state legislators.
The board meeting will start at 5 p.m. in closed session and 7 p.m. in open session at the district's headquarters on Bernal Avenue.
The board will decide whether to have staff write up a public survey regarding pursuing a bond measure. Pleasanton Unified has not passed a bond measure since 1997, when a $69.8 million bond measure was passed.
Efforts in 2009 and 2011 to pass a parcel tax by voter referendum failed.
The district has identified $500 million in facility needs in its 2013 Facilities Master Plan, including modernization of existing buildings, improvements to drop-off areas and library renovations.
The board is also set to discuss how Gov. Jerry Brown's annual budget proposal and how it may affect Pleasanton Unified.
The budget includes $1.2 billion in one-time funding statewide, $2.8 billion in Local Control Funding Formula funding and the creation of a $1.6 billion block grant for early education, among other statewide programs.
Pleasanton's school board will also discuss new courses for the 2016-17 year, including Aerospace Engineering as part of Project Lead the Way, and will schedule meetings with local legislators.