Bond Measures

In California, school boards can authorize districts to place bond measures on local ballots to generate funds for repair or construction of school facilities.  Per state law, a 55% majority is required for voter approval of bond measures; funds cannot be used for operational expenditures (e.g., teacher salaries); and senior, disability, and contiguous parcel tax exemptions are not allowed.


The community has passed two bond measures -- Measure S, passed in 2012, as well as Measure M, passed in 2018 -- to repair or rebuild our facilities, some of which are over 50 years old.  

All reports on revenues and expenditures from bond measures are available on our Financial Reports page.