The Stockton (Calif.) Unified School District's $465 million bond request was approved with 68 percent voting in favor. The money will pay for modernizing two high schools and other facility upgrades. See the News10.net article.
Voters in the East Side Union High School District in San Jose, Calif. have solidly approved a $349 million school bond measure that would pay for long-needed renovation of old schools. See The Mercury News article.
Several other districts in the San Francisco Bay Area--Albany, Sequoia Union, San Mateo-Foster City, Geyserville and Windsor-- won approval of bond requests. See The San Francisco Chronicle article.
Elsewhere in California, Voters in the Long Beach Community College District were passing a $440 million bond request. In the San Gabriel district, voters appeared to be approving a $65 million bond. In the Redondo Beach district, voters were strongly supporting a $145 million school bond to modernize classrooms. Voters approved a $200 million school bond in the Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified School District. Also heading toward approval were a $500-million bond measure in the San Bernardino County Community College District and a school bond measure in the Redlands district. See The Los Angeles Times article.
Napa County, Calif., voters appeared ready to reject Napa Valley College’s request for a $178 million school bond. See The Napa Valley Register article.
With nearly all of the precincts counted, the $179 million Poway (Calif.) Unified School District bond request appeared to be headed to victory. Also winning approval were a $156.5 million bond for the Cajon Valley School District, and $34 million package in the Rancho Santa Fe School District. See The San Diego Union-Tribune article.