By Annie Brown
Dear IUSD Community,
I am pleased to announce that voters have passed Measure E. The school facilities improvement measure, which was placed on the June 7 ballot by the Irvine Unified School District Board of Education, passed with 60 percent of the vote, according to the Orange County Registrar of Voters’ website. The county agency will officially certify the results by the end of the month.
Although only voters in the neighborhoods served by Irvine’s oldest schools voted on Measure E, it was the subject of citywide discussion and campaigns. Passage of this measure is an affirmation of the community’s confidence in the Board of Education and our District.
IUSD’s Parent Teacher Association (PTA), the Irvine Teachers Association, the California School Employees Association and the many parent volunteers and community members, who comprised the Yes on E Campaign, were pivotal in communicating the importance and positive impact of Measure E to the Irvine community. PTA Council President and Campaign Committee Chair Connie Stone and her team worked tirelessly to ensure educational equity for all IUSD students, now and for generations to come.
Measure E will provide a maximum available bond issuance of $319 million to provide modernizations to the …read more
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