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Citizen's Oversight and Reports

In 2006, the Las Virgenes Community passed Measure G which afforded $128 M towards maintaining excellent local schools, repair and upgrade outdated science and technology facilities, classrooms and restrooms, replace aging trailers with modern classrooms, improve fire, security, and emergency systems and update computer and instructional technology. These projects have afforded exceptional opportunities for students. 

In 2022, the Las Virgenes Community passed Measure S which will afford $340M 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

In 2023, the LVUSD Board adopted bylaws for Measure S that synthesized both Bond Programs under the Measure G/S umbrella. Found here are all documents relating to the Measure G and S Bond Program. All records are outlined below. 

Measure G/S Oversight Committee

Measure S COC Meeting Minutes

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