Western Placer Unified School District

Board in a 4 – 1 vote OKs charter school’s petition to build in Lincoln

Although the school board approved a petition by a Roseville-based nonprofit charter school to establish a second school in Lincoln, at least one board member took exception to lan ...

District schools to get new drink vending machines

When students return to school Aug. 20, they will find shiny new vending machines on their campuses. At Tuesday night’s school board meeting, the board unanim ...

Board OKs school district plan to offset $3.75 million deficit no projected staff lay-offs anticipated

Although the Western Placer Unified School District faces a $3.75 million budget deficit for the 2014–15 school year, district officials presented a plan a few weeks ago to m ...

Coppin upgrades approved

The Western Placer Unified School District board approved hiring a new assistant superintendent to take over responsibilities of former deputy superintendent Mary Boyle’s job ...

School board hears update for three village developments

An updated status report on future housing developments falling within the Western Placer Unified School District’s boundaries was presented at Tuesday’s lightly-attend ...

Board approves HVAC upgrades at Coppin Elementary, students honored

At the well-attended school board meeting Tuesday night held at Creekside Oaks Elementary School, the board approved going forward with improvements to the heating, ventilation and ...

District Advisory Meeting Wednesday, Mar. 19

Western Placer Unified School District we be having a District Advisory Committee (DAC) meeting from 6-7 p.m. Wednesday, March 19 at Glen Edwards Middle School, Room 41. Please co ...

School board considers allocating state funds

At the regular school board meeting held Tuesday night at Lincoln High School, Mary Boyle, assistant superintendent of educational services for the Western Placer Unified School Di ...

School board, City Council need to work together for our benefit

A school board and a City Council should be able to communicate effectively with each other as it is in the public interest to do so.  When I moved to Lincoln 14 years ago, I ...

New computer-based testing previewed

Gone are the No. 2 pencils and the scantron testing sheets and here come the computers, said Mary Boyle, the Western Placer Unified School District’s deputy superintendent ...