Prop R: Safe. Secure. Future-Ready.
The Lindbergh Schools Board of Education voted on Jan. 15 to place a no-tax-rate-increase bond issue on the April 2 ballot to improve safety and security for all Lindbergh students. Prop R is a $105 million no-tax-rate-increase bond issue proposal. This means that the district’s current debt service tax rate of .833 will not change.
If approved, Prop R will:
- Renovate and rebuild Lindbergh High School to create a safe, future-ready campus with a single, secure main entrance
- Ensure all Lindbergh schools have secure main entrances by constructing entry vestibules at three elementary and two middle schools
- Move three maintenance and landscape shops off the LHS campus
Lindbergh has used the “Prop R” title for previous no-tax-rate-increase bond issues in 2006 and 2008 to signify renewal, reconstruction and rebuilding. If approved, the 2019 version of Prop R would help make Lindbergh Schools safe, secure and ready for the future.
“It is imperative in today’s world that we provide secure, safe facilities for all of our Lindbergh students and staff,” said Superintendent Dr. Tony Lake. “In addition to providing an outstanding educational experience, our number one priority for every Lindbergh child we serve is to keep them safe while they are in our care.”
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