Volunteers Needed & Information on Measure M
Sun, Jan 26 2:30am

La Paz Families,


Please join me and thousands of other parents, teachers, seniors, elected and business leaders who are voting YES on M for Saddleback Valley schools.   With Measure M we are all FUTURE investors.   We are investing in the future of all our local students, we are investing in the future of our strong community & protecting our future home values.


To learn more about Measure M, visit our website at https://supportsvschools.org


We need your help!!! 

La Paz Intermediate Volunteer Day 1/30 


We are looking for a few parents each night to help us get the word out via social media and phone calls. We also need help with weekend canvassing days.  Grab a friend & walk your neighborhood.  Please sign up to volunteer at the link below.


Volunteer Here


Our schools were built more than 40 years ago and need to be modernized. Voting Yes on M makes essential repairs and improvements to ensure schools continue to serve our community for decades to come, including: 

  • Upgrade student safety and campus security systems – lighting, emergency communications systems, security camera, smoke detectors, fire alarms
  • Upgrading classrooms, facilities and technology to support innovative instruction in science, technology, engineering, arts and math 
  • Providing modern science and engineering labs to prepare students for college and careers in health sciences, engineering, technology and skilled trades 
  • Providing classrooms and facilities to support music and visual and performing arts 
  • Replacing wood and support beams with extensive termite damage and dry rot
  • Repairing or replacing roofs, plumbing, sewer, HVAC and electrical system

Measure M funds will only be used to improve all Saddleback Valley schools. These funds can’t be taken by the State. Yes on M helps our schools qualify for millions in State matching money that will otherwise go to other schools.


Measure M requires strict accountability including a Citizens’ Oversight Committee and independent audits to ensure funds are spent properly. No money can be used for teacher or administrator salaries or pensions.


Even if you don’t have school-age children, improving local schools is a wise investment. Good schools improve our community and protect home values.


Gratefully yours,

Michele Sparks, Citizens for Saddleback Schools Chair