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Measure K - Bond

Measure K Bond

In November of 2010, Measure K, a bond measure was placed before the voters of the Moreland School District.  Measure K required a 55% approval in order to pass.  Thanks to the support of Moreland families and community members, Measure K passed with a 69.15% affirmative vote.  The successful passage of Measure K authorized the issuance and sale of general obligation bonds in the amount of $55 million.   Funding from Measure K will continue to provide a high quality education for local students by providing up-to-date classrooms and facilities for a safe and modern learning and teaching environment.

2015 Construction and Maintenance Projects Update
(Scheduled completion date August 2015)

The following is a list of projects funded from Measure K and State Modernization Grant Funds:

Anderson School
  • Install solar tubes to increase natural lighting
  • Add ceiling-mounted LCD projectors
  • Convert large store room into a small group classroom
 
Latimer School
  • Install solar tubes to increase natural lighting
  • Add wall-mounted LCD panels.
  • Paint interior walls and ceilings
  • Install tackable wall surface
  • Replace carpeting and tile floors
  • Add new casework to classrooms

Country Lane
  • Upgrade HVAC system in 10 classrooms
  • Paint interior walls and ceilings
  • Replace carpeting and tile floors
  • Install tackable wall surface
  • Install solar tubes to increase natural lighting
  • Add ceiling-mounted LCD projectors
  • Upgrade accessible walkways
  • Add landscaping and turf around walkways
  • Add new casework to classrooms
  • Exterior tile wainscot

2015-2016 Projects:

Latimer Modernization
EDS - Construction of 10 new classrooms
Bond Oversight Committee (BOC) Agendas and Minutes
 
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