Last night, a district committee presented a number of ideas to the Board of Education.
They include new community centers, a living laboratory community garden, a professional development and business center for the district and a district library storage facility.
Also mentioned were a new charter school, a long-term homeless shelter for women and children and a Boy Scouts facility.
The seven school sites range from three to ten acres each.
The Board of Education will have to take action on the recommendations.
Law enforcement is looking into a possible threat of violence against the American River College campus in Sacramento.
A Roseville company is helping teachers from the Sultanate of Oman establish curriculum for science, physics and biology laboratories.
A unique exhibit of backpacks at Sacramento State Monday is intended to bring awareness to the issue of college student suicide.
California teachers say critical thinking skills, not test scores, are the best indicators of readiness for college and careers, according to a poll released today.
A Sacramento County Office of Education program for kids who have displayed violent behavior is celebrating its 17th year and considerable success.