Tue, Jan 28 10:23pm
Many of our schools were built more than 40 years ago and need to be repaired and upgraded. It's time to make essential repairs and improvements so our schools can serve our community for decades to come. The Saddleback Valley Unified School District has placed a local bond measure on the March 2020 ballot (Measure M) that could generate up to $495 million, which would cost a typical homeowner about $130 per year, to repair and improve local schools.
Stakeholders from all schools in the SVUSD are participating in a campaign to get out the word on Measure M and encourage its passage by the community. These campaign activities include canvassing neighborhoods, phone banking, displaying yard signs, and social media. Volunteers are needed. The ask from volunteers is 2 hours of your time, which can be done at your convenience.
The Measure M school representatives for Gates are Kerry and Ira Pulverman. If you are interested in volunteering, please send an email to email@example.com.
For more information about Measure M, please visit www.supportsvschools.org.