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Measure C-22

CBOC Committee

The District is currently in the process of establishing a citizens’ oversight committee (CBOC) to oversee expenditures of Measure C-22 bond funds, which is the bond measure approved by District voters on November 8, 2022. The District is presently accepting applications from interested citizens to serve on the committee. The committee will consist of seven members who meet, review, and report on expenditures of bond funds to ensure bond money is used only for voter-approved purposes. Interested persons can download the application below.

This completed application must be received no later than 5:00 PM on February 28, 2023 to:

San Luis Coastal Unified School District
1500 Lizzie Street, Room B1
San Luis Obispo, CA 93401


CBOC Application

What is Measure C?

Measure C-22 is a property tax bond measure that will provide money for badly needed security and classroom upgrades for all the elementary and middle schools in Morro Bay, Los Osos and San Luis Obispo. 

Most of our schools are more than half a century old, and are in need of major modernization and infrastructure improvements. These include leaky roofs, outdated classroom technology, inefficient heating and cooling systems, and disability access needs.

This measure will also focus on schoolwide safety upgrades, such as perimeter fencing, inner locking doors, fire alarms, and cameras. These tools are necessary to keep our children as safe as possible.

All of the information regarding the Measure C-22 can be found on the San Luis Obispo County Election Website

Full Text of Bond Measure

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San Luis Coastal Unified School District has prepared a Facility Master Plan that details school-by-school needs, as well as a Transitional Kindergarten Reconfiguration Study and a Demographic Analysis. The Facility Master Plan indicates a potential need for $570 million in capital improvements, but District Trustees believe a more manageable amount for taxpayers is a $349 million bond, which will still deliver significant and badly needed improvements, both in terms of security, overall facility modernization, and classroom improvements.

Facility Master Plan

First page of the PDF file: SLOFMP_03-14-2022

TK Reconfiguration Study

First page of TK Reconfiguration Study

Demographic Analysis

First page of the PDF file: FINALDemographicAnalysisandEnrollmentProjectionsSanLuisCoastalUnifiedSchoolDistrict

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