Clovis Unified School District is consistently ranked as one of the best school districts in the state and provides an exceptional education for our community’s elementary, middle school and high school students. The District’s careful financial management is evident in a credit rating among the highest of any California public school district and 21 consecutive Meritorious Budget Awards for transparency in budgeting. Partnering with the community, our great teachers and quality academic programs help ensure that local students are prepared for success in high school, college and future careers.
Almost a decade ago, our District undertook an extensive facilities master planning process, which identified millions of dollars in critical repairs and updates needed at our local schools. In 2012, our community approved Measure A with over 65% support. The 2012 bond measure allowed the District to complete the first phase of repairs, including upgrades to aging classrooms and labs, improving technology access and expanding career technical education facilities that equip students for work in the 21st century.
It was always known that our facility needs exceeded the funding available through Measure A, and while our District continues to deliver a high-quality education, our schools are aging. Today, 34 of our 50 schools are 25 years old or older, and more than half were built in the 1950s. Recently, we have revisited our Facilities Audit & Master Plan, which identified needed repairs and maintenance to preserve health and safety standards ensuring all students have equal access to high quality facilities.
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