Sylvan Union School District trustees are set to make a decision Tuesday on putting all schools on a traditional calendar next school year.
Six schools are on traditional schedules, one is year-round and six are single-track, a modified traditional calendar that gives longer vacations around the holidays throughout the school year. A traditional calendar would save about $100,000 in utilities costs.
The district enrolls about 8,000 students at 13 schools in northeast Modesto and parts of Riverbank.
Trustees also will continue discussion on budget trimming items.
The meeting starts at 7 p.m. in the Somerset Middle School multipurpose room, 1037 Floyd Ave.