Work started on improving the capital investment in the Cajon Valley School District using bonds approved by 64 percent of the voters in the 2008 election now will improve more facilities in the stock in the district in El Cajon. Prop D was just the launch of the plan to build more complete and modern schools in El Cajon. More work on repairing run down facilities and building new school buildings was approved by the county supervisors in early August.
Another construction period comes after the voters in the last November election gave a measure to reauthorize the bonds an over 58 percent vote.
Upcoming youth classes in the district will find teachers and school staff in new classrooms and libraries. During the last building period, the school property and buidings count went up. The new facilities were built in district schools 40 to 65 years old.
Cajon Valley District will educate students at schools equipped eith modern computers and technology students have better access to than in the past. Ed-Tech Bonds strengthen the modernization funding in the GO Reauthorization Bonds.
The Greenfield Middle School project can now overcome the funding hurdle. A renovated library and a gymnasium will modernize the building stock students habitually use to participate in school learning and activities. New security lighting wil also give construction workers work to do.
The suburban Cuyamaca ELementary School no longer wil fall below the times in technology equipment. Technology infrastructure work, work that already made class equipment more modern aroud the district, will soon improve the student education deal at the elementary school at the bottom of the infrastructure list.
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