Camino district proposes bond
Camino Union School District Superintendent/Principal Matthew Smith points to cracked pavement in Camino School's parking lot. School lots, buildings and infrastructure are in need of major improvements, he said.
Democrat photos by Shelly Thorene
Camino Union School District has all the charm of a rural school district but at more than 60 years old it's showing its age.
Hence the push by its school board and staff to get approval from residents this June for a bond issue to fund needed improvements.
Superintendent/Principal Matthew Smith, who oversees Camino School and Camino Science and Natural Resources Charter School on the Snows Road campus, took the Mountain Democrat on a tour, pointing out the site's many deficiencies. Continue Reading