Fullerton School District is asking voters to approve borrowing $198 million

By: | December 3, 2019

Most Fullerton voters in March will cast a ballot on three school bond measures: Two for local districts and one for schools statewide.

Fullerton School District trustees join Fullerton Joint Union High School District and state education leaders in asking voters’ permission to issue bonds to raise money to finance needed construction and upgrades.

The Fullerton School District, which oversees educating the city’s kindergarten through eighth-grade students, is asking to raise $198 million for projects such as replacing equipment at playgrounds, repairing roofs, putting STEM labs in schools, building gyms at junior high schools and replacing portable classrooms that are reaching the end of their life.

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