APRIL 10, 2018: Should Bonsall Unified School District (BUSD) go to the voters in November 2018 asking for permission to tax them (a bond measure) to build a huge 1,500-student high school at the northern edge of the district in Fallbrook’s Gird Valley?
That’s the million-dollar question.
To ascertain whether, or not, there is community support for another multi-million-dollar high school in North County, or at least enough votes to pass the first in a series of bonds to build one, BUSD hired a company to do a telephone poll of 400 BUSD voters.
Jason List of Urban Futures will share the results of this poll at BUSD’s April 12 board meeting (Thursday, 6 PM, Bonsall Community Center). The agenda will be posted soon and you need to be at this meeting! Please bring a neighbor and spread the word!
Fallbrook Union High School attempted (and failed four times) to pass a bond to build a high school on this same site in Gird Valley. Then it transferred the site, the Great Gird Money Pit, to BUSD and BUSD experienced its first failed bond measure in November 2016. That was Attempt #5. BUSD is now considering Attempt #6.
The board meeting on April 12 will decide if BUSD is moving forward or reevaluating. You need to be there! … Read more.