ETUSD sells $4.5 million bond, begins hearings for redistricting — Sara Haflich signs on as new superintendent

  • [photo by Patric Hedlund, The Mountain Enterprise]

    [photo by Patric Hedlund, The Mountain Enterprise]

By Patric Hedlund, TME

Building Projects Continue

El Tejon Unified School District released a new round of bonds worth $4.5 million this week to continue its repair and building projects.

Business Manager Wendy Jones told the ETUSD board of trustees May 9 of her coordination with project contractors, the department of state architects and bond counsel. Roofing repairs at El Tejon…(please see below to view full stories and photographs)

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Sara Haflich accepted a $10,000 check from Ray Scott, of Price Mountainside Disposal on May 9. It is the last installment of a $40,000 gift from the company to help repair the Frazier Mountain High School football field. Haflich has also now signed a contract to become superintendent of the El Tejon Unified School District.

ETUSD’s attorney Grant Herndon answered questions from CSEA President Denise O’Connell and the public about the proposed ETUSD redistricting being a solution in search of a problem.

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