Measure H 2014
Measure H 2014 is a $419 million general obligation bond. The bond passed by 69%. General obligation bond Measure H 2014 required a super-majority vote of 55% to pass. Our voters overwhelmingly supported this bond, and we are thankful!
The critical facility needs were identified due to accelerated growth, capital infrastructure needs, and the requirements needed to provide a 21st Century education for our students.
The specific projects funded by the bond include:
- Build new facilities to reduce class sizes to allow for individual attention to support student achievement.
- Upgrade classrooms, libraries, science labs, and computer systems to keep pace with advancing technology.
- Rehabilitate old worn out roofs, gymnasium and locker buildings, and covered walkways, and upgrade temporary structures to permanent for students with special needs.
- Energy efficiency upgrades including replacing inefficient heaters and lighting fixtures.
- Modernize outdated classrooms and replace aging portables with permanent classrooms
- Improve school safety systems for all sites, including campus security and student safety, and upgrading pick-up and drop-off zones to improve safety and traffic flow.
- Repair deteriorated drainage systems, playground equipment, and other safety hazards on school grounds.
- Build new K-12 schools and joint use facilities and fields on the Agnews Campus.
- Buchser Middle School
- Cabrillo Middle School
- Peterson Middle School
- Santa Clara High School
- Wilcox High School
- Central Park Elementary School
- Mayne Elementary School
- Hughes Elementary School
- Montague Elementary School
- Laurelwood Elementary School
- Millikin Basics + Elementary School
- Scott Lane Elementary School