Measure D 2020 Bond Measure
Measure D 2020 is a general obligation (GO) bond measure on the November 3, 2020, presidential election ballot. If approved by over 55% of district voters, Measure D will authorize $120 million in bonds to complete the new high school, expand educational and extracurricular opportunities for students, construct a new elementary school to reduce classroom overcrowding, upgrade and renovate older school facilities, improve safety and security, and increase student access to up-to-date technology. In addition, Measure D will qualify the District for state matching funds, if the bond is approved by voters.
Passage of Measure D 2020 will authorize the bonds to build a much-needed elementary school, renovate and repair many of our aging classrooms and school facilities, improve safety and security on campuses, and complete Justin Garza High School, including this visual and performing arts center, a crown jewel of the Central Valley. It will provide a place to enjoy symphonies, dance concerts, plays, festivals, and so much more for residents within the Central Unified neighborhood and community. It's a center not only for our youth, but for adults of all ages.
Watch this fly-through of this beautiful center.
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