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Measure A Ed-Tech Bond
On November 4, 2014, the voters with the Pacific Grove Unified School District approved an $18 million General Obligation Bond to be used for Education Technology. Each property may be charged a maximum of $17.96 per $100,000 of assessed valuation over 18 years. Measure A was approved by voters with 59.79% of the vote.
The bond measure is intended to pay for technology-related projects and improvements including:
- Increasing student access to computer technology
- Upgrading instructional hardware educational software/digital curriculum
- Supporting the implementation of a multiyear, District-wide educational technology plan
- Improving classroom and campus security systems
- Implementing student data management systems to facilitate improved student achievement
The bond funds are released in six separate series, approximately $3 million every three years, over a period of 18 years. The first issuance, Series A, was released in the 2014-15 fiscal year. The district is currently working under the remainder of the third series of funds - Series C. As the assessed valuations of the properties within the district’s attendance boundary increase, the maximum allowable funding for each series will also increase.