Facts about Measure N, our school facilities improvement bond
In 2016, SLUSD conducted a comprehensive facilities assessment that identified nearly $300 million in critical upgrades and necessary improvements throughout the district.
On Tuesday, March 3, San Leandro residents will vote on Measure N, a $198 million facilities improvement bond measure, to fund critical facility upgrades & improvements for SLUSD schools.
SLUSD Wants to Hear from YOU!
Do you have opinions on how the San Leandro Unified School District spends money but don’t know how to take action? Attend an upcoming Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) community forum to have your say!
This year, in order to provide more opportunities for feedback, every school site will host at least two LCAP family engagement opportunities. These events will also include details about our facilities improvement bond, Measure N, which is on the ballot for March 3rd.
If you are unable to attend your school’s LCAP events, SLUSD will also host community forums on the following dates:
- February 25 at Bancroft Middle School from 6:30 to 8 pm, presented in Spanish
- February 26 at John Muir Middle School from 6:30 to 8 pm, presented in Chinese
- February 29 at the Barbara Lee Center for Health and Wellness, presented in English
It is our hope that the new site-based LCAP events will help us deepen our community engagement practices across this award-winning district. Learn more about the LCAP process HERE.
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