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Reed district IDs portables, libraries as part of long-term improvements

Installing air conditioning, replacing portable classrooms with permanent buildings and transforming school libraries into interactive spaces are among the long-term upgrades the Reed Union School District hopes to make across its three campuses over the next decade.


Those projects and more were identified as priorities in the district’s recently completed long-range facilities plan, which was unanimously approved by the district board of directors at its Jan. 16 meeting. The district will now turn its attention to figuring out a way to implement the plan, steps that will likely include a discussion of what to do with a defunct school site it owns in east Corte Madera and whether to ask voters to approve a bond measure as early as 2026 to help fund the facilities upgrades.


The long-range facilities plan is designed to help the district accommodate growth over the next 10-15 years. It is intended to be a flexible one that school districts can update regularly as their needs and funding options evolve.

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