Students in the Santa Maria – Bonita School Districts can expect some major renovation and upgrades at nineteen of the campuses in the district.
Supporters thanked voters for turning up at the poles and voting in favor of Measure T.
Measure T was approved by the more than 55 percent it needed to pass.
The general obligation bond will not only allow the district to build a new elementary campus ,but it will contain enough money to modernize its older schools in the district.
Supporters of Measure T also add that they are extremely pleased with voter turnout and expect the students of the district to have nothing but the best kind of learning atmosphere.
“They’re willing to put their money where their mouth is,” said Jose Segura. “The voters are willing to invest in public education and say yes, we’re willing to help better our students learning environment.”Measure T-14 Santa Maria-Bonita SD (Summary)