Construction is being completed on a number of projects affecting every school in the district, said Superintendent Ralph G mez Porras. All schools will open on time and campuses will be safe for students, he said.
The projects, financed by the $42 million Measure D bond approved by district voters in 2006, will finish much of the work begun after passage of the 2003 Measure A parcel tax, said assistant superintendent Robin Blakley.
When we were being sold a parcel tax for schools, it was all about warm feel good projects like books and supplies for the children. What we got was teacher furloughs and things I don’t think are so important.
A $7,000,000.00 artificial turf football field
A parking lot at PGHS
Offices? Maintenance yard?
This heavy duty sign must cost at least $800 to build and anchor with concrete. That architect is not local.