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Information About Measure C

Addressing Overcrowding in Val Verde Schools

While our award-winning schools are some of the best in the County and student achievement continues to rise, overcrowded schools are making it harder for students to learn and reducing the amount of time teachers get to spend with students.

Outdated School Facilities Require Upgrades

Modernizing classrooms and labs would provide the facilities to prepare students with the solid background in science, math, engineering and technology necessary to succeed in college and 21st-century careers.

Improving music, arts and athletic facilities in particular would benefit our community as kids participating in these activities stay healthy, learn discipline and are typically less likely to get involved in drugs, gangs or crime.

Local Funding for School Improvements

The Board of Education voted to place Measure C, a $192 million school improvement bond measure, on the March 3, 2020, ballot. Measure C would cost the typical homeowner about $115 per year.

Measure C would provide locally-controlled funding to:

· Improve student safety and campus security systems including security fencing, security cameras, emergency communications systems, smoke detectors, fire alarms and sprinklers

· Improve access to school facilities for students with disabilities

· Repair or replace deteriorating roofs, plumbing, sewer lines and electrical systems where needed

· Provide modern science and engineering labs, and career technical education facilities so students are prepared for college and in-demand careers

· Modernize classrooms, libraries, science labs and computer systems to provide 21st-century learning environments that support high-quality instruction in math, science, engineering and technology

· Construct a middle school to relieve severe overcrowding and upgrade older schools so they meet the same academic and safety standards as newer schools

Fiscal Accountability Required

Measure C requires a clear system of accountability, including a project list detailing exactly how the funds would be used, a Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee and independent audits.

More Information:

For more details about Measure C for Val Verde Unified School District, please view the following links:

Fact Sheet 

Informational Mailer 

Informational Mailer #2 

 Frequently Asked Questions 

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