• BONDS & Facilities OVERVIEW

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    Invitation to Be Included on the 2019 Project PreQualified List

    Altimira and SVHS Field Project Information

     2017 Bond Project Schedule

    Prequalified list of vendors

     Facility Update to the Board 9.2018

    SVHS Pool Presentation 9.2018


  • Measure H passed with 66.7% yes votes in November 2010. 

    Measure H installed solar panels in our schools, helping us save an estimated $1 million a year in the first five years, with savings continuing far into the future.  These dollars are then free to be used for core classroom instruction.

    Measure H also provided funds to update and improve career technical education classrooms and upgrade technology in our schools.

    Measure H was structured to extend - but not increase - the current assessment of approximately $50 per $100,000 of assessed value that voters in our District were already paying to support their local schools.

  • The Measure E bond passed in November 2016. This bond measure will 

    generate $120 million in locally controlled funding to repair and update classrooms and school facilities,

    and provide the instructional technology critical to a modern education.

    The measure will:

    • Repair or replace leaky roofs
    • Improve student access to computers and modern technology
    • Repair or replace deteriorating plumbing and sewer systems
    • Replace outdated heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems
    • Make energy efficiency improvements
    • Improve physical education facilities for student safety
    • Modernize and construct classrooms, restrooms and school facilities
    • Make health, safety and handicapped accessibility improvements

    Are there any exemptions for senior citizens?

    No one is excluded or waived from paying General Obligation Bond taxes, including senior citizens. If a senior citizen states they are waived from other taxes, they are referring to Direct Charges or Parcel Taxes. These taxes are different from General Obligation Bonds.