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In 2022, the voters in the Las Virgenes Unified School District approved a $340M bond to: 

  • Provide modern labs, career training facilities, and equipment so students are prepared for college and in-demand careers in fields such as health sciences, engineering, technology, and skilled trades

  • Provide classrooms, facilities, and technology to support high-quality instruction in math, science, engineering, and technology

  • Repair or replace deteriorating roofs, plumbing, sewer lines, gas lines, and electrical systems where needed

  • Install, repair, or replace air conditioning systems in classrooms to improve air quality and keep classrooms from reaching temperatures above 85 degrees

  • Remove hazardous materials such as asbestos and lead pipes from older school sites

  • Keep computer systems and instructional technology up to date

  • Upgrade older schools to meet current health codes, building safety codes, earthquake safety standards, and improve access for students with disabilities


The community will not be paying on the Measure S bond until August of 2026. That said, projects are being initiated now to optimize cost and timing through prefunding the interest. This website will provide site-by-site updates about the Measure S projects, oversight, and audits in the years to come. 

UPDATE, July-August 2023: Moody's Investors Services issued Las Virgenes a Aa1 credit rating. This is the highest possible rating for a district not in Basic Aid status. Moody's cited our strong fiscal position underpinned by conservative fiscal management along with uncommonly positive financial flexibility in creating unique revenue streams as reasons for the high rating. On August 24th, the first $85M in Series A Measure S proceeds will be received by LVUSD. ​ 

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LVUSD Measure S Update, 9.20.23

LVUSD Measure S Update, 9.20.23

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