Prop G: April 8, 2014
Lindbergh Schools believes community support is the foundation of a successful education. After a District Growth Committee made up of residents, parents and staff spent months analyzing community feedback, enrollment numbers and classroom space, the Lindbergh Schools Board of Education voted 6-0 in January to place Prop G on the April 8 ballot.Prop G is a $34 million bond issue that will address our most immediate issue -- rapid growth in student enrollment. Residential enrollment has increased by 569 students in the last five years, with an additional 464 students projected to enroll by 2018.Prop G Includes:
Prop G asks voters to consider a 21 cent increase to the existing debt service tax rate. This will cost the owner of a $200,000 home about $79.80 more per year, or approximately $6.65 a month. Prop G requires a four-sevenths (57.14 percent) majority for approval.
- Constructing a sixth elementary school on the Dressel School property
- Expanding the Lindbergh High School cafeteria
- Updating Gym 3 at LHS, including new bleachers and flooring
- Adding two science classrooms at LHS
- Modernizing the LHS library
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