The Culver City Unified School District Board voted Tuesday to place a $106 million School Bond on the June 2014 California General Election.
Dave LaRose, Superintendent of Schools, will be presenting the issues facing Culver City Schools and the proposal to solve many of the issues at the Culver City Chamber's "Issues & Eggs Forum" Thursday, March 13. The program at the Doubletree by Hilton, 6161 W. Centinela Blvd. begins at 7:45 am following registration at 7:30.
He will discuss the list of projects on the Bond Election replacement list, why some items are included and why others are not, and how the district plans on maintaining the new infrastructure. Among the issues is why the school board chose a bond and not a property tax increase to fund the projects.
Attendance is very important since the election has many issues that face business. To create an educated workforce for the 21st Century who is technology savvy requires schools equipped with today and tomorrows technology.
Please make prepaid reservations at www.culvercitychamber.com
RSVP: By 1 pm Wednesday, March 12 on the Chamber website: www.culvercitychamber.com