Employing the agreed-upon criteria for project prioritization, and after extensive work with multiple stakeholders, the following projects were approved in Series A Projects (schools in alpha order by level):
Measure I DEFINED:
Measure I was a local Proposition 39 General Obligation school bond measure on the November 8, 2016 ballot seeking voter authorization for Lucia Mar Unified School District school upgrades to improve student safety, instruction, and learning. Measure I required 55% support to pass.
Upgrade school facilities to keep pace with advancing technology.
Renovate classrooms, labs and equipment for advanced math, science, engineering, and technology instruction to meet rising college/university admission requirements.
Repair/replace deteriorating roofs, plumbing, and electrical systems.
Improve school safety and security on LMUSD campuses.
Basic School Repair and Upgrade Projects
- Upgrade and construct classrooms, science labs, career-training facilities and computer systems to keep pace with technology.
- Repair or replace deteriorating roofs, plumbing and electrical systems where needed.
- Remove hazardous asbestos and lead paint.
- Repair or replace outdated classrooms and school buildings with safe, modern facilities.
- Upgrade facilities to support achievement in math, science, engineering and the arts.
- Improve HVAC, insulation, doors and windows to increase energy efficiency and save money.
Projects That Improve Student Safety
- Upgrade fire alarm systems to automatic systems, repair fire safety equipment, add smoke detectors/ sprinklers and fire safety doors to make students safe in the event of an emergency.
- Remove hazardous materials like asbestos and lead paint from older school sites.
- Improve access to school facilities for students with disabilities.
- Improve student safety and campus security systems, including security, lighting, and security cameras, fencing and classroom door locks.
- Upgrade emergency communication systems to improve student safety.
- Provide classrooms and labs for career technical education courses so students are prepared for college and good paying jobs in fields like health, sciences, engineering, technology and skilled trades.
District-Wide Instructional Technology Projects
- Update instructional technology in the classroom for improved student learning in core subjects like reading, science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).
- Upgrade classrooms and labs for career and technical education classes and computer systems to keep pace with technology.
- Upgrade computer systems to keep pace with technology; upgrade classroom and library technology and teaching equipment to enhance instruction.