Dec 19 2016

School District Moving Ahead with Implementation of H1 School Bonds

On November 8, 2016, the voters approved Measure H1, authorizing the District to sell up to $66 million in school construction bonds.  The District will use bond funds to modernize and improve school facilities to better support our education programs.  We are extremely grateful for community support for these vital improvements, and we’re looking forward to getting started.

As part of the H1 Bond planning, we are developing two committees to assist in this work:  H1 Facilities Steering Committee and the H1 Citizen’s Oversight Committee.  While we are posting this information on the PUSD Website and the Piedmont Portal, as well as emailing all families in the District, I wanted to make sure that you had this information (see below) about how community members could submit an application.

Lastly, I want to direct you to the Board packet from December 14, 2016.  Under item VIII.A. H1 Facilities Bond – Next Steps, the District provided the Board with a timeline for work related to the H1 Bond, including how the public can submit an application to either the H1 Citizen’s Oversight Committee or the H1 Facilities Steering Committee.  I’ve provided the link below for the corresponding memo to the Board regarding H1 Facilities Bond – Next Steps.

By clicking on this link, it will ask you to download a pdf file.  This file is the memo to the Board.  You can also access this memo by visiting the Board Agenda page at:

Please let me know if you have any questions.
Randall Booker, Superintendent Piedmont Unified School District

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