• Details Measure E

    On the June 3, 2014 ballot election, voters in the Fremont Unified School District were asked to vote on the following question:

    "To upgrade/repair neighborhood schools with local funding the State cannot take away, shall Fremont Unified School District

    • Update technology/aging classrooms, math, science/computer labs for 21st Century learning
    • Upgrade electrical wiring to current safety codes
    • Fix/replace leaky roofs, aging plumbing/restrooms
    • Remove asbestos
    • Repair, construct, acquire equipment, classrooms, sites and facilities

    By issuing $650 million of bonds at legal rates, with citizen oversight, no money for administrators, salaries, benefits/pensions, and all funds for Fremont schools?"

    The Measure "E" general obligation bond was approved with a 61.8% YES vote.

    Resolution (pdf) and Measure "E" Implementation Plan Presentation (pdf)

     

    Measure E Bond Overview

    "Every child who attends school in Fremont deserves safe, equitable, well-equipped classrooms and up-to-date science labs. Measure "E" will improve every Fremont school, not just one or two. Fremont residents will see major renovations and new buildings at schools throughout the community."

    ~ Measure "E" Ballot Argument

    Overview of Long Range Plan Series A


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    Measure "E" Videos [↗] vimeo
     

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Last Modified on June 4, 2018