MEASURE O-RUSD SCHOOL BOND

November 24, 2019

 

 

MEASURE O CITIZENS BOND OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE

MEASURE O 2017-18 Annual Report

MEASURE O - Question on the use of Bond funds 5.03.19

PROPOSED NEW LOCATION FOR STEM HS  8.15.19

RUSD - STEM HS FAQ PAGE 10.03.19

RUSD MEASURE O UPDATE - 9.11.19

VOTER'S EDGE - MEASURE O ANALYSIS

MEASURE O LANGUAGE ON NEW CONSTRUCTION

2016 RUSD Long Range Facilities Master Plan

CURRENT MEASURE O PROJECTS

STEM Academy (pages 184 to 187 of Facilities Master Plan)

California Education Code   

Propostion 39 

Article XIII  A  TAX LIMITATION

California Ed Code - Bond Oversight Committee

CA Constitution Article XVI

Misuse of school bond money alleged  PE Article 9.02.19

Education Week Article - October 15, 2018

School Infrastructure is in big trouble. Building new schools isn't the answer          MeTEOR EDUCATION

 

Bonds for K-12 School Facilities - PPIC May 2017

 

 

 

 

RUSD Digital Dashboard

2018 - 19 Enrollment is  

41,090 students

 

 

 

 

 

 

If passed, Measure O would:

  • Improve student safety and security systems

  • Repair or replace aging, outdated classrooms and school buildings

  • Update classrooms and labs for career and technical education (CTE) classes, including health sciences, engineering, technology, robotics and skilled trades

  • Improve access for students with disabilities

  • Retrofit older schools to enhance earthquake safety

  • Update instructional technology for modern teaching standards in core subjects like reading, science, technology, engineering and math (STEM)

  • Measure O would require a strict accountability system to ensure funds are only spent only on voter-approved projects.

  • No funds for administrators’ and teachers’ salaries and benefits

  • A Citizens’ Oversight Committee and annual, independent audits would be required

  • All funds would support local students and could not be taken by the State

  • Every school would benefit from bond funds

  • The cost to property owners would be $59 per $100,000 of assessed (not market) value annually

 

PRESS ENTERPRISE ARTICLES

PE: School Board opts to put bond measure on November ballot  (2.16.16)

 

 

 

 

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