About Measure M
2019 - 2020
The Pleasanton Unified School District Board of Trustees voted unanimously during their November 12th meeting to place a general obligation bond for $323 million on March 3, 2020 election ballot.
A General Obligation Bond measure requires 55% approval from Pleasanton voters to pass. If the measure is passed, the district will be authorized to issue and sell bonds of up to $323 million to fund school facilities projects in the board approved bond project list. The complete project list and approved bond resolution are available on the District website at www.pleasantonusd.net.
The measure would mean a tax of $43.10 per $100,000 of assessed value for Pleasanton homeowners.
Here are the different ways Pleasanton SIAC is taking action...
1. Pleasanton SIAC Measure M subcommittee* participated in the campaign activities,
Phone Banking/Precinct Walking
2. Pleasanton SIAC initiated a survey to gather information and gain insight into the possibility of improving each school site.
Survey Links can be found here:
Student Campus Improvement Survey
Parents/Staff Campus Improvement Survey
Using the Power of Social Media
SIAC utilized social media platforms as a powerful tool to spread information about Measure M, to encourage students to volunteer and, to engage students to participate in the decision making process.
The voice of the students is going to make a HUGE difference.