On November 4, 2014, the voters of the Hollister School District passed Measure M, a $28.5 million Facilities Bond that will address the most critical renovation and modernization needs at the District's elementary and middle schools. Measure M will upgrade fire alarm and security systems, improve access to classroom technology, and provide better school access to people with disabilities.
Recently, voters in our District overwhelmingly approved the Measure V school bond and allow us to continue providing high-quality education and equal access to a 21st-century education.
The funds will help us to build a new K-8 school to accommodate the growth in our community. With the passage of Proposition 51, we are eligible for funds to do things like upgrade fire alarms, security systems, and technology infrastructure, provide access for students and teachers with disabilities, construct a new central kitchen and modernize old classrooms.