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Classroom Repair / Student Safety Measure

Special District
November 8, 2016California General Election

San Juan Unified School District
Measure P - 55% Approval Required

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Election Results

Passed

95,406 votes yes (69.45%)

41,964 votes no (30.55%)

  • 100% of precincts reporting (303/303).

To repair/upgrade all schools by: repairing aging/deteriorating classrooms/bathrooms/leaky roofs/plumb- ing/drinking fountains/water pipes/electrical wiring; upgrading class- room technology, math/science/computer labs, vocational education classrooms, and outdated fire safety/security systems; removing asbes- tos/lead paint; and, repairing, constructing, and acquiring education- al facilities/equipment, shall San Juan Unified School District issue $750,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, requiring annual independent financial audits, citizens oversight, and keeping all funds local?

Arguments FOR

ARGUMENT IN FAVOR OF MEASURE P 

What do our local schools and the first televisions have in common? They were both created in the 1950s.
Many of our local schools are over 60 years old and need significant repairs and upgrades! Experts say there is over $2.4 

billion in health and safety needs. 

Yes on P repairs deteriorating classrooms, leaky roofs, water pipes, plumbing, bathrooms, and electrical wiring. 

Yes on P removes asbestos and lead paint. 

Yes on P replaces outdated security and fire safety systems so children can learn in safe and healthy classrooms. 

School safety and security are also a concern. Many of our local schools have outdated,unreliable security features. 

Yes on P installs security fencing, cameras, lighting, and other security upgrades to ensure safe and secure learning environments. 

Many of our local schools currently lack the technology needed to prepare students for 21st Century jobs and careers. 

Yes on P upgrades classrooms, science labs and computer labs and improves electrical systems and wiring for computers and internet access - ensuring all students have access to 21st Century learning. 

Yes on P includes Tough Accountability and Taxpayer Safeguards including an Independent Citizens’ Oversight Committee and annual independent audits to ensure all funds are spent as promised to the community. Measure P requires all funds go to improving our schools. No Money can be spent on administrators’ salaries or pensions. 

It’s Simple. Children Deserve Safe And Healthy Schools! 

Join Arden-Arcade, Carmichael, Citrus Heights, Fair Oaks, Orangevale, and Gold River community leaders, realtors, business owners, and school board, in voting Yes on P for safe, healthy local schools! 

s/Shannan Brown
President, San Juan Teachers Association, 2011 California Teacher of the Year 

s/Eric Bakke
Chair, San Juan USD Citizens’ Oversight Committee 

s/Richard Cowan
Class of 1964, San Juan Alumni Association President 

s/Felicia Wimberly
Former President (PTA) Parent Teachers Association, Northridge Elementary School 

 

s/Mark McKibbin
Class of 2016, Valedictorian Casa Roble High School 

Arguments AGAINST

NO REBUTTAL TO ARGUMENT IN FAVOR OF MEASURE P WAS FILED NO ARGUMENT AGAINST MEASURE P WAS FILED 

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