2018 Orange County School Facility Bonds  $329,000,000 ($329 Million) in new bond debt 
06-05-18 No Orange County School Facility Bonds were on the ballot 
11-06-18 Measure G:Los Alamitos Unified School District Bond Issue Passed $97,000,000 $0.03 per $100 in value Legal limit
  Measure I:Santa Ana Unified School District Bond Issue Passed $232,000,000 $0.024 per $100 in value Legal limit
  Total 2018 Bond measures placed on the ballot $329,000,000   

 

2016 Orange County School Facility Bonds $1,733,849,999 ($1.73 Billion) in new bond debt
02-05-08          
06-07-16 Measure E: Irvine Unified School District Bond Issue Passed $319,999,999 $29 per $100,000 value  Legal limit 
11-06-18 Measure J: Anaheim Elementary School District Bond Issue Passed $318,000,000 $24 per $100,000 value  Legal limit
  Measure K: Brea Olinda Unified School District Bond Issue Failed $148,000,000 $54 per $100,000 value  Legal limit
  Measure M: Capistrano Unified School District Bond Issue Failed  $889,000,000 $41,81 per $100,000 value   Legal limit 
  Measure N: Centralia Elementary School District Bond Issue  Passed  $29,000,000 $24 per $100,000 value   Legal limit 
  Measure O: Fountain Valley School District Bond Issue  Passed  $63,000,000 $30 per $100,000 value   Legal limit 
  Measure P: Garden Grove Unified School District Bond Issue  Passed $311,000,000 $34 per $100,000 value   Legal limit 
  Measure Q: Huntington Beach City School District Bond Issue Passed $159,850,000 $27 per $100,000 value   Legal limit 
  Measure R: Ocean View School District Bond Issue  Passed $169,000,000 $30 per $100,000 value   Legal limit 
  Measure S: Orange Unified School District Bond Issue  Passed  $288,000,000 $29 per $100,000 value  Legal limit 
  Measure T: Westminster School District Bond Issue  Passed  $76,000,000 $24.50 per $100,000 value   Legal limit 
  Total 2016 Bond measures placed on the ballot $2,770,849,999   

 

2014 Orange County School Facility Bonds  $791,000,000 ($791 Million) in new bond debt
06-03-14 Measure B: Buena Park Elementary School District Bond Issue Passed $71,000,000 $30 per $1000,000 of assessed value Not Specified
11-04-14 Measure H: Anaheim Union High School District Bond Proposition Passed $249,000,000 $30 per $100,000 of assessed value Legal limit
  Measure I: Fullerton Joint Union High School District Bond Issue Passed $175,000,000 Not Specified Not Specified
  Measure K: Orange Unified School District Bond Proposition Passed $296,000,000 $39 per $100,000 of assessed value  Not Specified 
Total 2014 Bond measures placed on the ballot $791,000,000  

 

2012 Orange County School Facility Bonds $1,091,250 ($1.09 Billion) in new bond debt.
06-05-12 Brea-Olinda Unified, Measure E Failed  $54,000,000    
  Savanna Elementary, Measure G Passed $28,750,000    
11-06-12  Measure M: Coast Community College Passed $698,000,000 Not Specified Legal Rates
  Measure N: Fountain Valley Failed  $23,500,000 $14.50 per $100,000 of assessed value   2034-35
 

Measure O: La Habra City Schools

Passed

 $31,000,000

Ad Valorem taxes be levied upon taxable property in the school district to repay the bonded indebtednes 

Legal Rates

 

Measure P: Ocean View Schools

Failed

 $198,000,000

$.02700 per $100 of assessed valuation, which equates to $27.00 per $100,000. 

Legal Rates 

  Measure Q: Rancho Santiago Community College  Passed   $198,000,000 Not Specified  Not Specified  
 

Measure S: Tustin Unified

Passed

 $135,500,000

Ad Valorem taxes be levied upon taxable property in the school district to repay the bonded indebtedness  

Not Specified

Total 2012 Bond measures placed on the ballot  $1,366,750,000   

 

2011 Orange County School Facility Bonds  - No new Bond Debt
04-05-11 No Orange County School Facility Bonds were on the ballot 
11-08-11  No Orange County School Facility Bonds were on the ballot 
  Total 2011 Bond measures placed on the ballot -0-   

 

2010 Orange County School Facility Bonds  $435,600,000 ($435.6 Million) in new bond debt 
6-08-10 Measure A: Garden Grove Unified Passed $250,000,000 Not Specified Not Specified
11-02-10 Measure G: Anaheim City School District bond proposition Passed $169,300,000 $19.98 per $100,000 of assessed valuation Legal limit
  Measure I: Magnolia School Bond Proposition Passed  $16,300,000 Not Specified  Legal Rates  
  Total 2010 Bond measures placed on the ballot $435,600,000   

 

2009 Orange County School Facility Bonds -  No new Bond Debt
5-19-09 No Orange County School Facility Bonds were on the ballot  
11-02-09    No Orange County School Facility Bonds were on the ballot   
  Total 2009 Bond measures placed on the ballot -0-  

 

2008 Orange County School Facility Bonds  $699,540,000 ($699.54 Million) in new bond debt 
2-05-08 Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified School District bond proposition, Measure A (February 2008) Passed $200,000,000    
6-3-08 Measure G: Santa Ana Unified School District bond proposition 2/3 Supermajority 67.67% Passed  $200,000,000 Not Specified  Below Legal Limit 
11-04-08 Cypress schools, Measure M  Passed  $53,600,000     
  Los Alamitos Measure K Passed   $126,000,000    
  Savanna Elementary School District bond proposition, Measure N (November 2008)  Passed   $24,940,000    
  Tustin Unified School District bond proposition, Measure L (November 2008)  Passed   $95,000,000    
  Westminster School District bond proposition, Measure O (November 2008)  Failed  $130,000,000    
  Total 2010 Bond measures placed on the ballot $829,540,000   

 

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For more detailed documentation go to: CUSDWatch.com Is This a Problem for the Completion of the Toll Road

The following Parcels are owned by the Capistrano Unified School District, and have been since 1995 and 1999 respectively. There has been a school on all four parcels since 2000. Tesoro High School opened in the fall of 2001. 

The problem is that San Juan Partnership No. 1 and DMB San Juan Investment North LLC sold the land to CUSD and then several years after the sale entered into an agreement to transfer the land to the TCA as part of the right of way for the 241 Extension of the Toll Road. 

The Ranch had no legal right to encumber all four parcels of land under Tesoro High School. 

All of the wastewater discharge from the Oso Bridge Gap Closure project has been designed to drain under the school creating a continuing trespass that threatens the health and safety of staff and students.

CUSD is refusing to bring an action to Quiet Title, and instead accepted a Quit Claim deed for one of the four parcels.

Taxpayer property rights are not being protected. Is this a gifting of public assets?

Do taxpayers have a right to ask for an emergency injunction to stop work and bring an action to quiet title?

 

March 21, 1995

CC 95-01 Instrument No: 95-0112516

Owner of Record: San Juan Partnership No. 1
28811 Ortega Highway PO Box 9
San Juan Capistrano CA 92693
Anthony Moiso, General Partner

 

March 31, 1997

Grant Deed Instrument No: 143928

From San Juan Partnership I to the Capistrano Unified School District for Chiquita Canyon High School aka Tesoro High School.

Legal Description: That portion of Parcel 3 of Certificate of Compliance CC95-01 in the Unincorporated Territory of the County of Orange, State of California recorded March 21, 1995 as Instrument No 95-0112516 a total of [75.1539 acres]

Lot for main campus: Parcel 125-096-69 [65.19 acres]

Lot for Road and Utility Purpose: Parcel 125-096-82 [4.8519 acres]

 

Lot for Slope Drainage Parcel 125-096-82 [5.112 acres]

 

June 23, 2000

Grant Deed Instrument No:20000330046 

From DMB San Juan Investment North LLC as successor in interest to San Juan Partnership North I executed by Rancho Mission Viejo LLC to the Capistrano Unified School District for Chiquita Canyon High School aka Tesoro High School.

Legal Description: That portion of Parcel 3 of Certificate of Compliance CC95-01 in the Unincorporated Territory of the County of Orange, State of California recorded March 21, 1995 as Instrument No 95-0112516 a total of [75.1539 acres]

Sports Field Parcel A [2.439 acres] aka Parcel #125-096-59

Sports Field Parcel B [7.576 acres] aka Parcel #125-096-60

As of 2000 the Capistrano Unified School District owned 4 Parcels of land which comprised the entire Tesoro High School Campus:

125-096-59

125-096-60

125-096-69

125-096-82

 

In 2001 all four of CUSDs' parcels were transferred into Certificate of Compliance CC 2001-01 by entities that did not own them.

CC-2001-01 is the Right of Way for the Extension of the 241 Toll Road between Oso Parkway and Ortega Highway.

This document states that the owner of record for Parcels 125-095-59, 125-096-60 and 125-096-69 is DMB San Juan Investment North, LLC

This document states that the owner of record for Parcel 125-096-82 is San Juan Partnership III.

These parcels are owned by the Capistrano Unified School District. This is taxpayer property. To protect Taxpayer Property rights, an action to Quiet Title must be done. The Capistrano Unified School District has refused to take the action necessary to protect taxpayer property rights. 

 

 

The Equity Project

The Equity Project is a case study of the Capistrano Unified School District that will illustrate how California education funding laws and legislative policies have taken California's public education system from number one in the world, to 45th in the Nation. The goal of the project is to educate California Taxpayers and policy makers in an effort to provide plausible solutions that can be implemented to ensure that no child in the State of California is denied equality of educational opportunity. 

In order for this project to be completed, please consider a donation to The Equity Project  If every family within CUSD Boundaries donated $1, this project would be well funded. 

Read the previous chapter: Federal Funding for California Education: Federal Funds 

 

In a Nut Shell 

California currently has a record high budget of $201 billion dollars. 

California's Legislature is boasting a $16 billion dollar "SURPLUS".

The State of California does not have a "SURPLUS". 

The State has debt it will never be able to repay...

That is before- FREE education for ALL and FREE Healthcare for ALL.

For example... Local School Facility Bonds (with 40 year time frames starting in 2001) total $168 billion dollars. That is 84% of the State's current record high budget.

In a mass collaboration between public employee unions, corrupt politicians, and greedy private sector business, they have used the California Public Education System to soak taxpayers for billions of dollars and there is nothing but corporate profits, employee salaries, pensions and benefit and a supermajority of corrupt democratic legislators to show for it. Using the California Public education system to promote political agendas (wealth redistribution and green energy policies) rather than educate children is how California's public education system has gone from the #1 Public Education System in the world to last in the United States.

* This debt, does not include State School Facility Bonds, or Mello Roos. And now these greedy bastards want to overturn Prop 13 and increase your property taxes. A new 4th tax on California Property all in the name of Public Education. 

Election Total Local School Facility Bond Debt
2001  $2,211,840,000
2002  $14,915,973,264
2003  $501,700,000
3004  $11,409,724,707
2005  $6,295,530,000
2006  $11,458,770,000
2007  $1,515,900,000
2008  $27,366,794,012
2009  $73,200,000
2010  $4,681,910,000
2011  $1,014,100,000
2012  $14,796,051,109
2013  $317,800,000
2014  $11,018,095,000
2015  $1,143,025,000
2016  $29,062,625,672
2017  $154,900,000
2018  $30,516,636,058
Total  $168,454,574,822

Supporting Documentation:

CUSDWatch: 2001 School Facility Bond Measures

CUSDWatch: 2002 School Facility Bond Measures

CUSDWatch: 2003 School Facility Bond Measures

CUSDWatch: 2004 School Facility Bond Measures

CUSDWatch: 2005 School Facility Bond Measures

CUSDWatch: 2006 School Facility Bond Measures

CUSDWatch: 2007 School Facility Bond Measures

CUSDWatch: 2008 School Facility Bond Measures

CUSDWatch: 2009 School Facility Bond Measures

CUSDWatch: 2010 School Facility Bond Measures

CUSDWatch: 2011 School Facility Bond Measures

CUSDWatch: 2012 School Facility Bond Measures

CUSDWatch: 2013 School Facility Bond Measures

CUSDWatch: 2014 School Facility Bond Measures

CUSDWatch: 2015 School Facility Bond Measures

CUSDWatch: 2016 School Facility Bond Measures

CUSDWatch: 2017 School Facility Bond Measures

CUSDWatch: 2018 School Facility Bond Measures

 

 

Date: January 11, 2019

To: California Department of Education

email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

RE: Public Comment: 2019 Health Education Curriculum Framework for California Public Schools, Transitional Kindergarten Through Grade Twelve


Using the Public Education System to Fundamentally Transform America

Dear Sir/Madam:

No one wants to believe that the United States public education system would ever be weaponized against our children and the People of the United States of America. Sadly that fact is becoming harder and harder to deny.

Today is the last day for the Public to comment on the 2019 Health Education Curriculum Framework for California Public Schools. This curriculum was passed by law in January 2016. The Capistrano Unified School District approved a Teen Talk Pilot program in December 2016.1 Now, it is 2019 (3 years after the law was passed), the Public is being asked to submit comments regarding the content of the Health Education Curriculum Frameworks.

Since when does the California Department of Education allow political advocacy organizations to write education curriculum?  

Since when does the California Department of Education require underfunded school Districts to spend financial resources and instructional time on a health curriculum that is neither medically accurate or age appropriate?

Since when does the California Legislature force school districts to implement a curriculum written by political activists, and then allow the ACLU to threaten a law suit against any district that fails to comply with the implementation of a specific curriculum?  

This is not how real curriculum is implemented. This curriculum; and the process by which it has been put into effect is an abomination, and an affront to the Constitution of the United States which seeks to limit the power of government from infringement upon the rights of the individual.

Comprehensive Sexual Health is a national curriculum that was initiated by Planned Parenthood in 2010 (Planned Parenthood Program Model) in coordination with PFLAG, a national organization formally known as Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays. It started as a movement to prevent bullying and to make schools more inclusive and tolerant of kids who may not identify themselves as a boy or a girl.

While the intention may have been good, the result is tragic for all children, and for a parents right to protect their children from knowledge and information that in fact may harm them, both mentally and physically. California is the only state in the nation that does not allow parents to OPT OUT of this instruction. The curriculums that have been approved by ASHWG as compliant with the law are offensive and have no place in the classroom.2 & 3 

The California Department of Education states publicly that curriculum is being implemented for middle school students. However, all over the State, we see this curriculum being brought into ALL GRADES... pre-K - 12. This is not about sexual health. This is about a political agenda that seeks to weaken family values and destroy the fabric of our nation. Without the ability for parents to OPT their children OUT of this instruction, these curriculum frameworks; as currently written, have no place in the American public education system.

This is being implemented to "fundamentally transform America", not to educate students. 

Under "Local Control" the State Department of Education represents that Content Standards and Curriculum Frameworks are a "recommendation", not a "requirement". The only "requirement" seems to be Physical education.

"Physical Education, with emphasis on physical activities for pupils that may be conducive to health and vigor of body and mind, for a total period of time of not less than 200 minutes each 10 school days, exclusive of recesses and the lunch period."

"While implementation of specific academic content standards is a local decision and not specifically mandated by EC, California strongly recommends their local use. Statewide assessments which are mandated by EC are based upon California’s adopted academic content standards."

So am I lead to believe that only PE and Sexual Health are the only state mandated content?

I bring to you a second example of how our Public Education System is being used, not to educate students, but to promote political agendas. The following is a 2015 Interview of Sue Payne regarding what my school district, the Capistrano Unified School District referred to as "Newcomers" in 2014.

“These initial ‘new Americans’ are to be used as ‘seedlings’ in the construction of a ‘country within a country,’ which would help complete a full ‘fundamental transformation’ of the United States.”

The Capistrano Unified School District broke many "rules" to accommodate these 200 "newcomers" at the expense of the 53,000 other students in the district. 

CUSD Amended its LCAP without in-put from parents or the public, and despite being placed with sponsors, "Newcomers" were  classified as "Homeless" to avoid school enrollment documentation which also allowed them to receive benefits under the McKinney-Vento Act. 

In addition, to meet the educational needs of 200 students who were not fluent or literate in their own language, much less the English language, CUSD entered into hundreds of contracts for private tutoring services at great expense to the District.5

Political Agendas have no place in our K-12 public education system. 

"Compulsory school attendance laws and the great expenditures for education both demonstrate our recognition of the importance of education to our democratic society. It is required in the performance of our most basic public responsibilities, even service in the armed forces. It is the very foundation of good citizenship. Today it is a principal instrument in awakening the child to cultural values, in preparing him for later professional training, and in helping him to adjust normally to his environment. In these days, it is doubtful that any child may reasonably be expected to succeed in life if he is denied the opportunity of an education. Such an opportunity, where the state has undertaken to provide it, is a right which must be made available to all on equal terms."  Brown v Board of Education

For true diversity of thought and a free exchange of ideas there can be no political agendas in America's public school classrooms especially Pre K - 12. The State of California has lost its way and that is why the California Public Education system has gone from #1 in the world to 46th in the nation.

Dawn Urbanek

Taxpayer and Student Advocate Capistrano Unified School District


1. December 14, 2016 Capistrano Unified School District BOT Meeting Agenda #33 INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS RECOMMENDED FOR PILOT: SECONDARY SEXUAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION, GRADE 7-8:

It should be noted that no supporting documentation was provided for this Item. 

Board Audio at 2 hours 28 minutes 05 seconds

2. April 11, 2018 Orange County Department of Education Board Meeting. CUSDWatch: After 8 Hour Board Meeting OCDE Attorney Confirms that Parents Cannot OPT OUT of Controversial Sex Education Curriculum

3. Legal Memo from Ronald D. Wenkart General Counsel re: Parent OPT OUT

4. California Department of Education: CCSS FAQa #5 How will the State ensure full and equal implementation of the CCSS in every district?

5. San Juan Capistrano Patch: Capistrano Unified School District Welcomes 200 "Newcomers". District LCAP Amended to Accommodate English Language Learners


Capistrano Unified School District Board Meeting Discussions of California Healthy Youth Act

December 14, 2016 CUSD BOT Meeting Agenda Item #33 Instructional Materials Recommended for Pilot: Secondary Sexual Health Education Grades 7-8

March 3, 2017 California Healthy Youth Act Curriculum and Instruction

March 14 2018 CUSD BOT Meeting Agenda Item #22 Board Presentation - California Healthy Youth Act

March 18, 2018 CUSD Board of Trustee Meeting Agenda Item #35 First Reading Board Policy 6146.1 High School Graduation Requirements

July 25, 2018 CUSD BOT Meeting Agenda Item #59 Up-date Comprehensive Sexual Health Education Curriculum Implementation

Election Year

2014

Number of School Facility  Measures placed on the Ballot Total School Facility Bond Debt placed on the Ballot Election Results   Total New School Facility Bond Debt
Passed Failed
June 3, 2014 44 $2,817,875,000 35 9 $1,381,645,000
November 4, 2014 113 $11,775,300,000 91 22  $9,636,450,000
    $11,018,095,000

Total New Local School Facility Bond Debt $11,018,095,000

 

Supporting Documentation 

|June 3,2014 | November 4, 2014 |

June 3, 2014, Election California School Bond Measures

Source: BALLOTPEDIA

 

Source: BigBadBonds.com 

44 School Bond Measures on the Ballot totaling $2,817,830,000 ($2.8 billion)

34 Measures passed totaling $2,432,200,000 ($2.4 billion)

10 Measures failed totaling $385,630,000 ($385.6 million)

Kern County
Measure B: Elk Hills School District Bond Issue
Failed $7,130,000 Not Specified
Not Specified
Measure A: Mojave Unified School Facilities Improvement District No. 1 Bond Issue
Failed $8,100,000 $22 per $100,000 of assessed valuation.
Not Specified
  $15,230,000  
Los Angeles County
Measure CC: Culver City Unified School District Bond Issue
 
 
The interest to be paid on the $106 million was estimated at $111,486,023, bringing the total cost to taxpayers up to $217,486,023
Passed $106,000,000 $48 per $100,000 of assessed property value  
Marin County
Measure D: Larkspur-Corte Madera School District Bond Issue
Passed $19,000,000 $30 per $100,000 of assessed valuation Legal Rate
Mendocino County
Measure L: Round Valley Unified School District Bond Issue
Passed $4,000,000 $60 per $100,000 of assessed valuation.
Not Specified
Merced County
Measure N: Le Grand Union High School District Bond Issue
Passed $4,200,000 $30 per $100,000 of assessed property value
Not Specified
Measure M: Merced City Elementary School District Bond Issue
Passed $60,000,000 $30 per $100,000 of assessed property value. Legal Rate
Measure L: Merced River School District Bond Issue
Passed $1,800,000 $30 per $100,000 Legal Rate
Measure O: Planada Elementary School District Bond Issue
Passed $1,500,000 $22 per $100,000 of assessed valuation Legal Rates
  $67,500,000  
Monterey County
Measure N: Gonzales Unified School District Bond Issue
Failed $16,900,000 Not Specified Legal Rates
Multiple Counties
Measure K: Kingsburg Joint Union High School District Bond Issue
Passed $13,000,000
$29 per $100,000 of assessed valuation
 
Measure E: Los Gatos-Saratoga Joint Union High School District Bond Issue
Passed $99,000,000 Not Specified Legal Rate
Measure C: Petaluma Joint Union High School District Bond Issue
 
 
The district taxpayers paid property taxes at a rate of $36 per $100,000 of assessed valuation in 2014. The bonds authorized by Measure C were to be issued according to a timeline designed to give the district an estimated maximum property tax rate of $71.09 per $100,000 of assessed valuation in 2022, after which the rate would drop annually, as old bond debt was retired
Passed $68,000,000 $29 per $100,000 of assessed valuation per year  
Measure S: Princeton Joint Unified School District Bond Issue
Passed $2,750,000 $31 per $100,000 of assessed valuation Legal Rates
Measure G: San Benito High School District Bond Issue
Passed $42,500,000 $30.00 per $100,000 per fiscal year of assessed valuation
Not Specified
Measure N: Southern Humboldt Joint Unified School District Bond Issue
Failed $10,000,000 $43 per $100,000 of assessed valuation
Not Specified
Measure R: Winters Joint Unified School District Bond Issue
Passed $15,000,000 Not Specified
Not Specified
  $240,250,000  
Orange County
Measure B: Buena Park Elementary School District Bond Issue
Passed $71,000,000 $30 per $100,000 of assessed valuation
Not Specified
Riverside County
Measure C: Perris School District Bond Issue
Passed $40,000,000 $30 per $100,000 of assessed valuation Legal Rates 40 years max
San Diego County
Measure E: Coronado Unified School District Bond Issue
 
 
Measure E would have required that only $13.2 million of the possible $29 million be outstanding at any given time and that all bonds be repaid by September 30, 2024
Failed $29,000,000 $31 and $39 per $100,000 of assessed valuation 2024
San Joaquin County
Measure B: Tracy Unified School District Facilities Improvement District No. 3 Bond Issue
Passed $82,000,000
$50 per $100,000 of assessed valuation
 
San Mateo County
Measure C: Bayshore Elementary School District Bond Issue
Passed $6,000,000 $30 per $100,000 of assessed valuation. 25 - 40 years
Measure A: Sequoia Union High School District Bond Issue
Passed $265,000,000 $15.90 per $100,000 of assessed valuation 25- 40 years
Measure D: Woodside Elementary School District Bond Issue
Passed $13,500,000 $24.05 per $100,000 of assessed valuation 25 - 40 years
  $284,500,000  
Santa Clara County
Measure I: Cambrian School District Bond Issue
Passed $39,000,000 Not Specified
Not Specified
Measure J: Union School District Bond Issue
 
Measure J authorized the Union School District to increase its debt by $125 million through issuing general obligation bonds in that amount
Passed $125,000,000    
  $164,000,000  
Santa Cruz County
Measure A: Scotts Valley School District Bond Issue
Passed $35,000,000 $57 per $100,000 of assessed home value 30 years max
Shasta County
Measure C: Happy Valley Union School Bond Issue
Passed $2,450,000 Not Specified
Not Specified
Solano County
Measure S: Benicia Unified School District Bond Issue
Passed $49,600,000 $39 per $100,000 of assessed value
Not Specified
Sonoma County
Measure D: Bellevue Union School District Bond Issue
Passed $12,000,000 $18 per $100,000 of assessed valuation Legal Rate
Measure B: Cotati/Rohnert Park Unified School District Bond Issue
Passed $80,000,000 $49 per $100,000 of assessed value
Not Specified
Measure E: Petaluma City School District Bond Issue
 
 
In 2014, the district property taxpayers were charged at a total rate of $50.5 per $100,000 of assessed valuation per year. The bonds issued by Measure E were timed to give taxpayers a maximum property tax rate of $66.45 per $100,000 in 2016, and the rate were to decrease annually after this year as previous bond debt was repaid.
Passed $21,000,000 $20 per $100,000 of assessed valuation
30 years 
Measure F: Rincon Valley Union School District Bond Issue
 
 
If the Measure is approved, the District expects to sell the bonds in series over time. The funds to repay the bonds would be raised by an increase in property taxes based upon the value of land and improvements in the District. The interest rate on the bonds would depend on the market rate at the time the bonds are sold, but cannot exceed the rate set by state law
Passed $35,000,000 $30 per $100,000 of assessed valuation  
  $148,000,000  
Tulare County
Measure Z: Pixley Union School District Bond Issue
Passed $7,800,000 Not Specified Legal Rates
Measure J: Springville Union School District Bond Issue
Passed $4,000,000 Not Specified
Not Specified
  $11,800,000  
 Total School School Bond Measures $2,817,830,000   

 

November 4, 2014 Election State of California School Bond Measures

Source: BALLOTPEDIA

Source: BigBadBonds.com 

113 School Bond Measures on the Ballot totaling $11,815,950,000 ($11.8 billion)

 90 Measures passed totaling $9,756,000,000 ($9.76 billion)

 23 Measures failed totaling $2,059,950,000 ($2.06 billion)

Alameda County     
Measure I: Alameda Unified School District Bond Issue
Passed $179,500,000 $60 per $100,000

Legal Rate

Measure L: Hayward Unified School District Bond Issue
Passed $229,000,000 $49 per $100,000 of assessed property value
Highest Tax Rate required
Measure M: New Haven Unified School District Bond Issue
 
 
The actual interest rates at which the bonds will be sold will depend on the bond market at the time of each sale
Passed $125,000,000 $49 per $100,000 of assessed property value Not Specified
   $533,500,000   
Colusa County    
Measure A: Colusa Unified School District Bond Issue
Passed $5,900,000 $47.55 per $100,000 of assessed property value Legal Rate
Contra Costa County    
Measure M: John Swett Unified School District Bond Issue
Failed $52,000,000 Not Specified Legal Rates
Measure N: Pittsburg Unified School District Bond Issue
Passed $85,000,000 Not Specified Legal Rates
   $137,000,000   
El Dorado County    
Measure F: Lake Tahoe Community College District Bond Issue
Passed $55,000,000 $25 per $100,000 assessed property value
the amount of tax levied may be higher than the estimate if funds due for the payment of interest and principal on the bonds exceeds the best estimate of the tax rate to be levied.
Fresno County    
Measure Q: Laytonville Unified School District Bond Issue
Passed $5,500,000 $0.06 per $100 in assessed value Legal Rates
Measure M: Mendota Unified School District Bond Issue
Passed $15,000,000 Not Specified Legal Rates
Measure G: Golden Plains Unified School District Bond Issue
Passed $13,000,000 Not Specified Legal Rate
Measure S: Eureka City Schools District Bond Issue
Passed $49,750,000 $60 per $100,000 of assessed property value Not specified
   $83,250,000   
Humbolt County    
Measure W: Fortuna Elementary School District Bond Issue
Failed $9,000,000 $30 per $100,000 of assessed property value Legal Rate
Measure Y: Jacoby Creek School District Bond Issue
Failed $3,500,000 $30 per $100,000 of assessed property value
Not Specified
   $12,500,000   
Imperial County    
Measure G: McCabe Union Elementary School District Bond Issue
Passed $7,000,000 $27 per $100,000 of assessed property value 25 years
Kern County    
Measure E: Arvin Union School District Bond Issue
Passed $15,000,000 $30 per $100,000 of assessed property value Legal Rate
Measure C: Mojave Unified School District Bond Issue
Failed $8,100,000 $22 per $100,000 of assessed property value
Not Specified
Measure D: Southern Kern Unified School District Bond Issue
Passed $28,400,000 $47 per $100,000 of assessed property value Market Rate
   $51,500,000   
Lake County    
Measure T: Lakeport Unified School District Bond Issue
Passed $17,000,000 $59.87 per $100,000 of assessed property value Legal Rate
Lee County    
Measure C: Bayshore Elementary School District Bond Issue
Passed $6,000,000 $30 per $100,000 of assessed property value
25 years or 40
Los Angeles County    
Measure AA: ABC Unified School District School Improvement Funding
Failed $195,200,000 Not Specified Legal Rate
Measure K: City of Azusa School Improvement Funding, Measure K (November 2014)
Passed $92,000,000 Not Specified Legal Rate
Measure O: City of Downey School Improvement Funding
Passed $248,000,000 $60 per $100,000 of assessed property value annually Legal Rate
Measure C: Compton Community College District Bond Issue
Passed $100,000,000 $25.00 per $100,000 of the assessed value Legal Rate
Measure M: El Monte City School District Bond Issue
Passed $78,000,000 Not Specified Legal Rates
Measure Q: Hermosa Beach City School District Bond Issue
Failed $54,000,000 Not Specified Legal Rates
Measure E: Los Nietos School District Bond Issue)
Passed $15,000,000 $30.00 per $100,000 of assessed value Legal Rates
Measure N: Los Nietos School District Bond Issue
Passed $13,000,000 $28.00 per $100,000 of assessed value 25 - 40 years
Measure G: Norwalk-La Mirada Unified School District Bond Issue
Passed $373,000,000 $60.00 per $100,000 of the assessed value
Not Specified
Measure RS: Rosemead School District Bond Issue
Passed $30,000,000 Not Specified Legal Rates
Measure EE: Saugus Union School District Bond Issue
Passed $148,000,000 Not Specified Legal Rates
Measure T: Torrance Unified School District Bond Issue
 
under a no-tax-rate-increase financing plan, at legal interest rates
Passed $144,300,000 Not Specified  
Measure U: Torrance Unified School District Bond Issue
Passed $50,000,000 Not Specified Legal Rates
Measure V: City of Bassett School Improvement Funding
Passed $30,000,000 $60 per $100,000 of assessed property value annually Legal Rate
Measure G: Madera Unified School District Bond Issue
Passed $70,000,000 Not Specified
Not Specified
    $1,640,500,000    
Marin County    
Measure B: Bolinas-Stinson Union School District Bond Issue
Failed $9,000,000 $30 per $100,000 of assessed property value Legal Rate
Measure C: Dixie School District Bond Issue
Passed $30,000,000 $30 per $100,000 of assessed property value Legal Rate
Measure D: Kentfield School District Bond Issue
Passed $30,000,000 $30 per $100,000 of assessed property value Legal Rate
   $69,000,000   
Merced County    
Measure P: Gustine Unified School District, California Bond Issue
Passed $14,000,000 Not Specified
Not Specified
Monterey Counties    
Measure C: Greenfield Union Elementary School District Bond Issue
Passed $10,000,000 Not Specified Legal Rate
Measure D: Greenfield Union Elementary School District Bond Issue
Passed $10,000,000 Not Specified Legal Rate
Measure A: Pacific Grove Unified School District Bond Issue
Passed $18,000,000 Not Specified Legal Limit
Measure B: Salinas Union High School District Bond Issue
Passed $128,000,000 Not Specified Legal Rates
   $166,000,000   
Multiple Counties    
Measure W: East Nicolaus Joint Union High School District
Passed $4,000,000 Not Specified
Not Specified
Measure E: Napa Valley Community College District Trustee Area 7 Bond Issue
Failed $198,000,000 $22.2 per $100,000 of assessed property value Legal Rates
Measure J: North Orange County Community College District Bond Proposition
? Lawsuit  $574,000,000 $14.90 per $100,000 of assessed property value  
Measure P: Palo Verde Community College District Bond Issue
Passed $12,500,000 40 years Legal Rates
Measure H: Santa Rosa Junior College Bond Issue
Passed $410,000,000 $25 per $100,000 of assessed valuation Legal Rates
Measure X: Southern Humboldt Joint Unified School District Bond Issue
Passed $10,000,000 $43 per $100,000 of assessed valuation Legal Rates
Measure E: Tahoe-Truckee Unified School District Bond Issue
Failed $62,000,000 $29.75 per $100,000 of assessed property value
Not Specified
Measure U: Tahoe-Truckee Unified School District Bond Issue
 
 
t was also estimated that the total interest paid on the proposed $114 million in bonds would be about $140,486,398, making the total cost of the loan - principle and interest - $254,486,398.[2]

The district planned to issue the bonds, had they been authorized, in five equal $22.8 million increments spread over 10 years
Failed $114,000,000 $48.25 per $100,000 of assessed property value  
Measure T: West Hills Community College District Bond Issue
Passed $20,000,000 $9.87 per $100,000 of assessed property value Legal Rates
Measure S: Woodland Joint Unified School District Bond Issue
Failed $78,000,000 Not Specified Legal Rates
Measure T: Woodland Joint Unified School District Bond Issue
Failed $19,000,000 Not Specified Legal Rates
Measure T: Santa Maria Bonita School District bond proposition
Passed $45,000,000 Not Specified
Not Specified
   $1,546,500,000   
Orange County    
Measure H: Anaheim Union High School District Bond Proposition
Passed $249,000,000 $30 per $100,000 of assessed property value Legal Rate
Measure I: Fullerton Joint Union High School District Bond Issue
Passed $175,000,000 Not Specified
Not Specified
Measure K: Orange Unified School District Bond Proposition
Failed $296,000,000 $39 per $100,000 of assessed property value
Not Specified
   $720,000,000   
Placer County    
Measure A: Western Placer Unified School District Bond Issue
Passed $60,000,000 Not Specified Legal Rates
Riverside County    
Measure GG: Corona-Norco Unified School District Bond Issue
Passed $396,000,000 40 years Legal Rate
Measure KK: Desert Sands Unified School District Bond Issue
Passed $225,000,000 40 years Legal Rate
Measure EE: Jurupa Unified School District Bond Issue
Passed $144,000,000 not to exceed 40 years Legal Rate
Measure M: Moreno Valley Unified School District Bond Issue
Passed $398,000,000 40 years Legal Rates
Measure AA: Mt. San Jacinto Community College Bond Issue
Passed $295,000,000 40 years Legal Rates
Measure BB: Murietta Valley Unified School District Bond Issue
Passed $98,000,000 40 years Legal Rates
   $1,556,000,000   
Sacramento County    
Measure G: Folsom Cordova Unified School District Bond Issue
Passed $195,000,000 $60 per $100,000 of assessed property value Legal Rate
Measure J: Natomas Unified School District Bond Issue
Passed $129,000,000 $59.10 per $100,000 of assessed property value Legal Rates
Measure K: Robla School District Bond Issue
Passed $29,800,000 $30 per $100,000 of assessed property value Legal Rates
   $353,800,000   
San Benito County    
Measure M: Hollister School District Bond Issue
Passed $28,500,000 $28 per $100,000 of assessed property value Legal Rates
San Bernardo County    
Measure N: Central School District Bond Issue
Passed $35,000,000
$60.00 per $100,000 of assessed property value
 
Measure M: Hesperia Unified School District Bond Issue
Failed $207,000,000 $58.58 per $100,000 of assessed property value Legal Rates
Measure L: Snowline Joint Unified School District Bond Issue
Failed $60,000,000 $60 per $100,000 of assessed property value Legal Rates
   $302,000,000   
San Diego County    
Proposition C: Cajon Valley Union School District Bond Issue
 
 
The interest rate on any bond, which is established at the time of bond issuance, could not exceed 12% per annum. The final maturity date of any bond could be no later than 5 years after the date the bonds are issued as determined by the District, and the bonds shall be issued as current interest bonds and not as capital appreciation bonds.
Failed $20,000,000    
Proposition E: Escondido Union School District Bond Issue
Passed $182,200,000 25 - 40 years
Not to exceed 12%
Proposition L: Lakeside Union Elementary School District Bond Issue Renewal
Passed $79,550,000
District voters approved a $79.55 million bond issue in 2008 under Proposition V. The bonds proposed by Proposition L are a portion of that bond amount approved in 2008. Because the time frame for issuing the bonds expired, the district required voters to re-approve them
 
Proposition R: Lemon Grove Elementary School District Bond Issue Reauthorization
Passed  $28,000,000
However, the district failed to issue all of the approved bonds within the required time frame. This measure re-approved $10 million in bonds that were not issued from the approved 2008 bond measure
 
Proposition N: National Elementary School District Bond Issue
Passed $26,100,000 Not Specified Legal Rates
Proposition Q: Ramona Unified School District Bond Issue
Failed $40,000,000 25 - 40 years Legal Rates
Proposition O: Vallecitos Elementary School District Bond Issue 
 
The interest rate on any bond, which is established at the time of bond issuance, could not exceed 12% per annum. The final maturity date of any bond could be no later than 25 years or 40 years after the date the bonds are issued as determined by the District.
Failed $2,000,000    
  $377,850,000  
San Joaquin County    
Measure G: Manteca Unified School District Bond Issue
Passed $159,000,000 Not Specified
Not Specified
Measure E: Stockton Unified School District Bond Issue
 
 
It also authorized the district to impose whatever additional property taxes are required to repay these bonds.
Passed $114,000,000 Not Specified  
   $273,000,000   
San Luis Obispo County    
Measure B: Atascadero Unified School District Bond Re-authorization
Passed $58,000,000 $60 per $100,000 of assessed property value Legal Rate
Measure D: San Luis Coastal Unified School District Bond Issue
Passed $177,000,000 $49 per $100,000 of assessed property value
Not Specified
Measure L: San Luis Obispo County Community College District Bond Issue
Passed $275,000,000 Not Specified Legal Rates
   $510,000,000   
San Mateo County    
Measure I: Belmont-Redwood Shores School District Bond Issue
Passed $48,000,000 $19.98 per $100,000 of assessed property value Legal Rates
Measure J: Jefferson Union High School District Bond Issue
Passed $133,000,000 $24.65 per $100,000 of assessed property value, with a maximum rate of $30 per $100,000 of assessed property value.
Below Legal Limits
Measure H: San Mateo County Community College District Bond Issue
 
 
Max 40 years
Passed $388,000,000 $8.22 per $100,000 of assessed property value
Legal Rate 
   $569,000,000   
Santa Barbara Country    
Measure U: Carpinteria Unified School District bond proposition
Passed $90,000,000 Not Specified Legal Rate
Measure Y: College School District bond proposition
Failed $12,000,000    
Measure Q: Montecito Union School District bond proposition
Failed $27,150,000 Not Specified Legal Rates
Measure S: Santa Barbara Community College District bond proposition
Failed $288,000,000 Not Specified
Not Specified
   $417,150,000   
Santa Clara County    
Measure L: Berryessa Union School District Bond Issue
Passed $77,000,000 $28.00 per $100,000 of assessed value
Not Specified
Measure I: East Side Union High School District Bond Issue
Passed $113,200,000 Not Specified
Below Legal Limits
Measure K: Fremont Union High School District Bond Issue
Passed $295,000,000
$21.00 per $100,000 of assessed value
 
Measure N: Los Altos School District Bond Issue
Passed $150,000,000 $30.00 per $100,000 of assessed value Legal Rates
Measure P: Oak Grove School District Bond Issue
 
 
Limit 25 - 30 years
Passed $89,800,000 $30.00 per $100,000 of assessed value
Below Legal 
Measure H: Santa Clara Unified School District Bond Issue
Passed $419,000,000 $47.60 per $100,000 of assessed value Legal Rate
Measure M: Evergreen School District Bond Issue
Passed $100,000,000 $30.00 per $100,000 of assessed value
Not Specified
   $1,244,000,000   
Shasta County    
Measure E: Columbia Elementary School District Bond Issue
Passed $8,600,000 $29 per $100,000 of assessed property value Legal Rate
Siskiyou County    
Measure H: Yreka Union High School District Bond Issue
Passed $8,000,000 $25 per $100,000 of assessed property value 25 - 40 years
Solano County    
Measure A: Vacaville Unified School District Bond Issue
Passed $194,000,000 Not Specified
Not Specified
Measure E: Vallejo City Unified School District Bond Issue
Failed $239,000,000 Not Specified 2/3 required
   $433,000,000   
Sonoma County    
Measure K: Oak Grove Union School District Bond Issue
Passed $6,000,000 $30 per $100,000 of assessed property value Legal Rates
Measure J: Cinnabar School District Bond Issue
Passed $2,500,000
$30 per $100,000 of assessed property value.
 
Measure L: Santa Rosa Elementary School District Bond Issue
Passed $54,000,000 $30 per $100,000 of assessed property value Legal Rates
Measure I: Santa Rosa High School District Bond Issue
Passed $175,000,000 $30 per $100,000 of assessed property value Market Rates
   $237,500,000.00   
Tulare County    
Measure A : Farmersville Unified School District Bond Issue
Passed $4,800,000.00 Not Specified Legal Rate
Measure B: Porterville Unified School District Bond Issue
Failed $67,000,000 Not Specified Legal Rates
Measure C: Tipton Elementary School District Bond Issue
Passed $3,300,000 Not Specified
Not Specified
   $75,100,000   
Ventura County    
Measure K: Briggs Elementary School District Bond Issue
Passed $4,500,000 Not Specified
Legal Interest Rate
Measure I: Conejo Valley Unified School District Bond Issue
Passed $197,000,000 Not Specified Legal Rate
Measure J: Ojai Unified School District Bond Issue
Passed $35,000,000 Not Specified Legal Rates
Measure G: Rio School District Bond Issue
Passed $38,500,000 Not Specified Legal Rates
   $275,000,000   
Yolo County    
Measure V: Washington Unified School District Bond Issue
Passed $49,800,000 Not Specified Legal Rates
Total School Bond Measures
$11,815,950,000