One of the last Prop. S projects completed during this school year was at University City High School. The project included a new synthetic turf football field, an all-weather track, new lighting and a new scoreboard for the stadium. To celebrate, the school will hold a dedication ceremony during its first varsity football home game in the fall.
This is one of nearly 40 major construction projects that have been completed since Prop. S passed in 2008, including College, Career and Technical Education facilities, new classroom buildings, rebuilt high school stadiums, other synthetic turf fields and all-weather tracks, air conditioning, and student drop-off and pick-up improvements. There are approximately 65 projects in the design phase, and nearly 20 in various stages of construction. More construction projects will begin during the summer.
Prop. S funds are generated by a general obligation bond measure that was passed in 2008 to repair and renovate district schools. The funds cannot be used to pay teacher or administrator salaries.
For details on school projects, please visit http://fpcprojects.sandi.net/. For information on Prop. S, visit www.sandi.net/PropS or e-mail PropSinfo@sandi.net .