If approved by 55% of voters in Aliso Viejo, Dana Point and Laguna Niguel, funds from the measure would:
- Renovate or replace leaky roofs, wood and support beams that have termite damage and dry rot, as well as replace plumbing and failing electrical systems as needed
- Upgrade classrooms, science labs and technology infrastructure to support high-quality instruction in science, technology, engineering and math.
- Modernize labs and career-training facilities that prepare students for careers in healthcare, biomedical science, computer science, robotics and skilled trades.
- Remove hazardous materials such as asbestos and lead paint from older school sites.
- Install, repair or replace air conditioning units in classrooms to improve air quality and renovate bathrooms and water fountains to meet current health, safety and ADA standards.
- Where needed, retrofit older school buildings to ensure they are earthquake safe.
- Upgrade older schools so they meet the same academic and safety standards as newer schools.