Phase II

With the successful passage of Proposition E, we are turning our attention to the next phase of our elementary facilities planning work. We are seeking volunteers to apply to serve on the Elementary Facilities Planning Committee for the 2020-2021 school year. 

The Elementary Facilities Planning Committee is composed of Brentwood School District Board of Education members, the superintendent, the director of facilities, and a parent from each elementary school and the early childhood center. Additionally, staff members from each elementary building will be selected to serve on the committee. Ittner, the district’s architectural consultant, will also be a part of this committee to provide advice and guidance.

If you are interested in serving on this committee, please complete this application: 

Committee Interest Form - Community

Please complete the survey by JULY 10 to be considered to serve on the committee. The Board will select committee members based on supporting a diverse array of backgrounds and perspectives. Staff members who will serve on the committee will complete their own process to join the committee. Further, the committee and Ittner will help lead several community events to allow the public at large to provide input and feedback. 


The Elementary Facilities Planning Committee will work with the Board of Education and district leadership to help guide the design process of updated elementary and early childhood facilities using the funds from Proposition E. 

The committee will be responsible for engaging other members of the community, soliciting feedback, studying data, and ultimately providing recommendations for how to meet the needs of current and future early childhood and elementary students in terms of facilities.


Those selected to serve on the committee will be expected to meet regularly throughout the 2020-2021 school year to conduct research, have discussions, and provide feedback regarding the renovations of Mark Twain, the rebuilding of McGrath, and the incorporation of the Early Childhood Center into McGrath Elementary. 

If you agree to serve on the committee, you are committing to serving for the duration of the planning period and will be asked to attend regular meetings, community events, and help conduct research through community conversations. 

Thank you for your time and consideration! 

Committee Interest Form - Community

In April 2018, Proposition B proposed a no tax increase bond for new construction and renovation at BMS and BHS and passes with 89% approval rate. Phase I of facilities renewal is now ongoing and expected to be completed August 2020. A Phase II committee composed of parents, staff, and community members has been meeting throughout 2019 to continue the process to address building needs. 

On June 2nd 2020, Proposition E passed with over 65% of the vote! We will update the community soon about next steps and how to stay involved as we work on strengthening our elementary and early childhood facilities.

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