School District providing notice of declaring textbooks obsolete

The textbooks the board intends to declare obsolete have been deemed unusable for educational purposes.
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The Winters Joint Unified School District is providing a 60-day public notice of its intent to declare obsolete textbooks in the Winters High School Library collections and its intent to dispose of these materials in accordance with Administrative Regulation 3270. These items are considered obsolete instructional materials and unusable for educational purposes. The Board of Trustees is authorized to donate these books to any Board of Trustees, county free library, or other state institution, and United States public agency or institution; any nonprofit charitable organization; or children or adults in California or foreign countries for the purpose of increasing literacy.  They may also be sold to any organization that agrees to use the materials for educational purposes.

Any interested and qualified entity must submit a written request describing which obsolete books it desires to acquire. The deadline for submission is Monday, September 23. 

For a complete listing of titles or more information, contact Tawnya Martin, Educational Services Secretary, at 795-6100.


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