Measure S Bond Reauthorization

Measure S Bond Reauthorization funds have been fully expended as of June 30, 2022, and accordingly, there are zero assets and zero liabilities remaining for Measure S funds. The Independent Citizens' Oversight Committee for the Measure S Bond Reauthorization completed its fiscal oversight responsibilities and disbanded effective February 15, 2023.

For questions regarding Measure S, please call the Business Office at 619-258-2320

In November 2006, voters in the Santee School District approved Proposition R authorizing $60 million in bond sales to make major facilities improvements throughout the district.

In 2008, property values dramatically declined due to the recession and the District was forced to delay the issuance of $15.37 million of Proposition R bonds.

The District has placed Measure S on the November 2018 ballot to reauthorize the previously approved but unissued Proposition R bonds. This funding would allow the District to continue improving the schools without increasing the District's total authorized debt.

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