Prop E Bond

 

Thank you to our voters in the Escondido Union School District!

On November 4
, 2014, the voters of the ESCONDIDO UNION SCHOOL DISTRICT (the “District”) authorized Proposition E under the Proposition 39 statutesProposition E authorized the issuance of $182.1 million in General Obligation Bonds (the “Bonds”).  The proceeds of the Bonds are intended to be used to repair/replace outdated classrooms/school buildings with safe, modernized facilities, improve student safety/campus security, keep technology infrastructure up-to-date in K-8 classrooms, science labs, libraries/computer systems, acquire, construct, repair classrooms, sites/equipment, provide all students with access to the education, facilities, and technology needed to succeed in high school/college.


An extensive needs assessment was conducted to determine which schools and projects would be the greatest priority.  The goal of the district is to provide equitable facilities for all students within the district.  Ten (10) Bond Projects were identified as top priority and these projects are in Series A of the bond utilizing $62 Million.  

In order to complete the identified priority projects, the District will utilize a number of funding sources including:
Proposition E Bond Proceeds
Interest Earnings
•State Matching Grants

A few of our district schools that are being modernized with Prop E Bond Funds.

          
                                                               Oak Hill School 

     
                                             


Volunteers needed!

Interested in being involved with the Bond Project?  Our Independent Citizens' Oversight Committee (ICOC) is looking for members to help review bond dollar money being spent.  Click here for more information about the ICOC. 

Prop E Bond Series A Projects as of March 2016

Prop E Bond Series A Progress as of March 2016

Prop E Bond Series A - Expenditures as of March 2016


Proposition E Project Map