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Measure H

An election was held in the Cloverdale Unified School District on November 6, 2018, to authorize the sale of up to $46.0 million in bonds of the District to finance school facilities as described below:

  • Repair or replace leaky roofs
  • Repair or replace deteriorating plumbing and sewer systems
  • Replace in adequate wiring and electrical systems to meet current electrical and accessibility codes, increase capacity, and relieve currently overloaded electrical systems
  • Install additional and/or replace outdated heating, ventilation, air conditioning systems, and lighting systems to be more energy efficient
  • Renovate, construct, repair, expand and/or upgrade the interior and/or exterior of existing outdated classrooms, restrooms and school facilities
  • Construct a new school to reduce student overcrowding
  • Improve student access to computers and modern technology
  • Make health and safety improvements, including Federal and State-mandated Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) accessibility upgrades and as mandated by the Division of the State Architect (DSA) including site access, parking, restrooms, relocation of some existing electrical devices, drinking fountains, etc.
  • Upgrade/renovate school libraries to reflect 21st century needs
  • Construct new classrooms to expand access to early education
  • Replace temporary portables with permanent classrooms
  • Install, repair, upgrade, or replace safety and security systems for students and staff
  • Upgrade P.E. fields and facilities for school and community use, including installing an all-weather track
  • Upgrade, expand, construct, repair and/or equip school facilities, including library/media centers, labs, multipurpose rooms, and other school facilities
  • The payment and/or prepayment of all outstanding lease payments and related certificates relating to the lease of school sites and the construction of new classrooms and facilities
  • Modernize outdated classroom interiors including tile/asbestos abatement, new paint, carpet/vinyl, white marker boards, tackable surfaces, increased secure storage capacity for instructional materials and equipment, etc.

Measure H passed, with 60.4% (2,599 votes) yes votes, due to the voters in Cloverdale. For this, the district is extremely thankful for the trust placed in the district by the community of Cloverdale.