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      FAST FACTS: Did you Know?

      • Measure S will provide $288 million in locally controlled funds to repair and upgrade OUSD’s four comprehensive high schools.
      • Measure S will cost approximately $29 per $100,000 of assessed property value (not market value) annually, or about $108 per year for the average residence.
      • Measure S will help the District qualify for state matching funds of up to $60 million.
      • An independent Citizens’ Oversight Committee and annual audits will help ensure funds are spent properly.
      • None of the funds raised can be used for administrators’ and teachers’ salaries or benefits.
      • Measure S requires the District to set aside funds for ongoing maintenance to protect taxpayers’ investment.
      • Measure S is written to ensure that each of the four high schools receive an equal share.

        Measure S funds will be used to:
      • Retrofit older school buildings to protect against the effects of earthquakes and reduce the risk of damage or injury during natural disasters.
      • Update classrooms, science labs, career-training facilities, libraries and computer systems to keep pace with modern technology.
      • Modernize aging science labs and equipment.

      Latest News

      OUSD Measure S Facilities Update Brochure


      Presentations to the Board of Education