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Measure B Message from Superintendent and Board of Education President
Posted 6/22/22

As of this morning, Measure B, a $298 million facilities bond that will fund much-needed repairs and upgrades to AUSD schools, continues to trend strongly toward approval. The majority of the ballots cast by Alameda voters on June 7 have been counted, and currently 56.34% of those ballots were yes votes.

 

While a comparatively small number of ballots have yet to be counted, we are cautiously optimistic that Measure B will maintain the required threshold of 55% approval and that it will be certified by the Alameda County Registrar of Voters no later than July 7.

 

More detailed information will be provided in the comng days as the election results move toward formal certification.

 

In the meantime, we would like to extend our deepest gratitude to the community who, in the absence of any significant state funding for upgrades and repairs to school facilities, appears to have stepped in with a major contribution to the educational experiences of  Alameda's students.

 

Jennifer Williams, President, Board of Education

Pasquale Scuderi, Superintendent of Schools