What happens if Prop. 7 doesn't pass?

Last Updated: 3/27/2019 10:28 PM

The district had a capital levy from 2009 to 2016. The district did not request a replacement levy for 2017-19, because funds were available through the bond for the HMS construction project and HHS improvements.

Now, as we head into 2020, the district has identified essential technology and school facilities improvement needs that would be funded by this levy.

See possible specific impacts in the column to the right -->


Without Prop. 7 ...

• Increasingly outdated instructional technology—many computers and tablet computers are already nearly a decade old

• Increasingly outdated classroom equipment—projectors, document cameras and printers are exhibiting a growing number of breakdowns

• Inability to complete safety and security improvements and essential building and site improvements

• Overdue technology and facilities replacements/upgrades will be postponed.

These include:

• computers

• projectors

• document cameras

• printers

• tablet computers

• security systems, including entrance controls and cameras

• major HVAC (heating/ventilation/air conditioning) improvements

• playground accessibility improvements for students with physical challenges

• parking lot surfaces resealing