- In other action
The Lodi Unified School Board of Trustees revisited an item from
the Feb. 7 agenda. The board approved a resolution by trustee
Bonnie Cassel to mandate social studies classes at all high schools
that combine college prep and non-college prep curriculum.
Several board members expressed confusion over what precisely they
had voted for. The approval was overturned and the board addressed
the resolution with fresh eyes.
Lodi High School Principal Bob Lofstead repeated his interest in
running a pilot version of the class.
The board voted to allow Lodi High to pilot the class. They also
decided to give the other schools an option to try the class or to
create a stand-alone non-college prep social studies course
Posted: Wednesday, February 22, 2012 12:00 am
The historic Clements School has been returned to the hands of
the Clements community, though precisely what those hands will do
with the space isn't yet decided.
The Lodi Unified School District Board of Trustees voted
unanimously to sell the site for $1 to an entity that represents
the community. The decision came after several months of discussion
by the Surplus Property Advisory Committee made up of residents and
led by Art Hand, assistant superintendent of facilities and
Wednesday, February 22, 2012 12:00 am.