Sacramento School Construction
SACRAMENTO, CA – Several Sacramento-area school districts received word Thursday that the State Allocation Board (SAB) announced it has given $103.8 million for construction projects at California schools.
Schools districts awarded funding include Lake Tahoe Unified, Elk Grove Unified, Twin Rivers Unified as well as Sutter Union High School.
The funding is for what the SAB calls shovel-ready projects and eight school districts in the Sacramento-Modesto area will also receive funding. Shovel-ready projects mean the projects must begin within 90 days of the money being allocated and that the school districts have to match the funds that the state allocates.
SAB said these funds are in addition to more than $400 million that was allocated in August.