Four Lodi Unified School District schools are among dozens throughout California that will share more than $106 million — the first round of funding under voter-approved Proposition 39 — to help them begin planning new energy efficiency projects around the state, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson announced Wednesday.
In Lodi, Joe Serna Jr. Charter School will receive $103,390, while Rio Valley Charter School anticipates $109,188. The district will get about $1.4 million. The other LUSD campuses are located in North Stockton.
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