Frequently Asked Questions
Although it appears that our elementary school is in good shape based on achievements by our students, our classrooms need significant repairs. Faced with aging classrooms and the need to bring school facilities up to current standards, the Mesa Union School District is placing a general obligation bond measure on the upcoming November 2018 ballot that will modernize and renovate our elementary school.
The following information is provided to assist voters in understanding the facts behind the measure and how its passage will affect the District and our community.
The bond measure is subject to strict accountability requirements, including a public expenditure plan, independent annual audits and review of all spending by an Independent Citizens' Oversight Committee. No money can be spent on administrator salaries, and all funds must be used locally to improve Mesa School.