One-third of the Mt. Diablo school district's campuses are being scrutinized for possible closure in June to save $1.5 million or more annually.
A school closure committee has identified 15 elementary and middle school campuses out of 45 K-12 sites that it may recommend shuttering, based on eight criteria: facility conditions, capacity, operations and maintenance costs, available capacity at nearby sites, academic performance, geographic equity within the district, the possibility of moving students to better facilities, and the costs of closure.
Read more of Teresa Harrington’s Contra Costa Times article HERE
Read her article about the lists of possible closures HERE