• Yes on Measure BB

Give our students the same opportunities as others to compete for college and 21st century careers.

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What It Does

This $128 million school bond will help improve teaching and learning in Grossmont Union High School District so East County students have the same chance as others to compete for college and 21st century careers.

High schools to be improved by Measure BB

El Cajon Valley, El Capitan, Granite Hills, Grossmont, Helix, IDEA Center, Mount Miguel, Monte Vista, Santana, Steele Canyon, Valhalla, and West Hills.

Measure BB formally adopts the Taxpayer Association’s Independent Citizens’ Oversight Committee Best Practices and will adopt the updated SDCTA School Construction and Professional Services Procurement Best Practices.

The School District will also pursue opportunities for joint-use with other public agencies to save taxpayer money and provisions for fair and open competition for all District construction projects to ensure that taxpayers get the best value for your money.

How You’re Protected

San Diego County Taxpayers Association supports Measure BB because Grossmont Union High School District has kept their word about spending bond money from prior years.

Grossmont Union High School District produced details about financials and management. BB includes a specific spending plan aimed at real priorities.

Vote yes on Measure BB.

Give our students a fair chance for a successful career.