Cupertino Union Board approved bond measure

(Excertps from Press Releases)
To protect strong student achievement, student enrollment growth and update local schools, the Board of Education is considering placing a $220 million school repair bond measure on the June 2012 ballot. By law, the measure would annually cost local property owners no more than $30 per $100,000. The potential school repair measure would fix leaky roofs, upgrade earthquake and fire safety systems, remove potentially hazardous materials from old school structures, keep schools clean and well-maintained, update science labs, computers and educational technology, accommodate student growth by providing additional classrooms.

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  1. kawahchan says:

    Our traditional Hong Kong-Cantonese culture speaking, if the Cupertino City Government permit to build the multi-storied building on the school campus, better than to waste the tax dollar to repair the old classrooms, build the brand new is much safer for the long-run next 50 years.

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