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Bond Measures

What is Measure M Facilities Bond?

Measure M is a 99 million dollar facilities bond, to repair or rebuild our facilities. The debt will be repaid over a 40-year period and is assessed at an annual rate of about $52 per $100,000 of assessed property value.

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


Facilities Bond Citizens’ Oversight Committee Application

Calling community members to be part of the committee.

We are looking for community members who can commit to attend all/most scheduled meetings. Would you like to be part of the committee that conducts in-depth analysis of the bond finances?

The purpose of this Committee is to inform the public concerning the expenditures and uses of the District’s bond measure (“Measure”) revenues from the Measure. The Committee’s legal charge is to actively review and report on the expenditure of taxpayer money for school construction in accordance with voter-approved projects. 

To join the Citizens’ Oversight Committee, please submit the application below no later than March 1, 2021:

LINK TO APPLICATION

LINK TO SPANISH APPLICATION


History of Bond Measures

The community has passed two bond measures: 1) Measure S passed in 2012 and 2) Measure M passed in 2018.  These bonds allowed us to repair or rebuild some our facilities which were over 50 years old.  Funds cannot be used for operational expenditures such as teacher and administrators salaries.

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