FAST FACTS: Did you Know?

  • Measure S will provide $288 million in locally controlled funds to repair and upgrade OUSD’s four comprehensive high schools.
  • Measure S will cost approximately $29 per $100,000 of assessed property value (not market value) annually, or about $108 per year for the average residence.
  • Measure S will help the District qualify for state matching funds of up to $60 million.
  • An independent Citizens’ Oversight Committee and annual audits will help ensure funds are spent properly.
  • None of the funds raised can be used for administrators’ and teachers’ salaries or benefits.
  • Measure S requires the District to set aside funds for ongoing maintenance to protect taxpayers’ investment.
  • Measure S is written to ensure that each of the four high schools receive an equal share.

    Measure S funds will be used to:
  • Retrofit older school buildings to protect against the effects of earthquakes and reduce the risk of damage or injury during natural disasters.
  • Update classrooms, science labs, career-training facilities, libraries and computer systems to keep pace with modern technology.
  • Modernize aging science labs and equipment.

Latest News

OUSD Measure S Facilities Update Brochure

The 300 Building at Villa Park High School is being demolished to make way for the new Science Center being built as part of Measure S! May 13, 2019  (This video does not have any narrative audio.)

Presentations to the Board of Education