Measure A was leading in the polls 78.4 percent to 21.6 percent with 85.7 percent of precincts reporting as of midnight Wednesday.
The vote means that students from the district — now just a kindergarten-through-eighth-grade district — will soon attend high school under the Lammersville umbrella instead of at Tracy Unified School District, likely at a high school that will be built in Mountain House.
However, it is not yet clear as to who will lead the new school district.
Eight people — including the four members of the Lammersville Elementary School District board — were locked in a tight race for five seats as unified school district trustees.
In a race that likely won’t be certain until the final vote is counted, Mountain House Community Services District board member Matthew Balzarini (17.22 percent), Lammersville board member Ben Fobért (14.33), teacher Michaela Vergara (13.76 percent), Lammersville board member James Hiramoto (12.99 percent) and Lammersville native David Pombo (12.94 percent) were well-positioned.
On the outside looking in, as of midnight Wednesday, were board members Shane Nielson (11.44 percent) and Atul Khanna (9.69 percent) and newcomer Jake Johnson (7.11 percent).
Check back for final results.