Past Bond Measures

Past Bond Measure Projects

Proposition E

With nearly 69% voter approval in the November 6, 2012, general election, Proposition E (Prop E) allowed the District to make substantial improvements to the educational environment at our neediest campuses. Prop E’s margin of victory represented the highest level of support for a general obligation bond on the ballot in San Diego County. Prop E created a School Facilities Improvement District (SFID) encompassing 31 of our then-44 schools. Prop E was supported by groups such as the San Diego County Taxpayers Association, the Chula Vista Chamber of Commerce, the San Diego County Democratic Party (South Region), and many individual parent leaders and community organizations.  With the modernization of Sunnyside Elementary School during the summer of 2019, all Proposition E funds have been expended. 

Schools Modernized Summer 2014:

  • Castle Park Elementary (Principal Alicia Moreno)
  • Lilian J. Rice Elementary (Principal Ernesto Villanueva)
  • Rosebank Elementary (Principal Chris Vickers)

Schools Modernized Summer 2015:

  • Ella B. Allen Elementary (Principal Sisi Garcia). 
  • Hilltop Drive Elementary (Principal Lisa Parker). 
  • Vista Square Elementary (Principal Marissa Allan). 

Schools Modernized Summer 2018:

  • Harborside Elementary Schools (Principal Lisa Forehand)
  • Karl H. Kellogg Elementary School (Principal Christopher Houck)
  • Montgomery Elementary School (Principal Monica Ruiz)

Schools Modernized Summer 2019:

  • Sunnyside Elementary School (Principal Robert Cochran)

Modernization work under Proposition E is complete.  All Proposition E funds have been expended. 

For more information, please call the Facilities Department (619) 425-9600, Extension 1420.

When available, information on bid opportunities can be found by clicking here.

 

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