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Bond & Parcel Tax Elections
Election results since the mid-1980's through June 2014, based on the best available information.
San Carlos Elementary
Date of Election Election Type Purpose Proposed Bond Proposed Parcel Tax Vote in Favor Passed Vote Required *Students
11/2012  GO Bond Improve, repair, and equip San Carlos elementary and middle school facilities; upgrade science and computer labs, libraries, classrooms and schools; add classrooms and schools on existing sites to reduce overcrowding; renovate schools to meet health and safety standards; provide computers and other instructional technology equipment and infrastructure; improve energy efficiency. $72,000,000   68.0% 55% 2,838
5/2011  Parcel Tax To continue same level of taxation that was approved in 2003 for the purpose of promoting early reading/literacy; maintain small classize; retain teachers/staff; programs.   $110.60 for 8 years. 81.5% 66.7% 2,705
5/2009  Parcel Tax Maintain high-quality programs including hands-on science, literacy programs, art and music; attract and retain teachers   $78/parcel for 6 yrs 71.7% 66.7% 570
11/2008  Parcel Tax Maintain programs, small class sizes, libraries; support science, writing, mathematics, arts, and technology; retain and attract teachers and staff; and maintain safe schools.   $185/parcel 65.6% no 66.7% 570
11/2005  GO Bond Make specific repairs and improvements at each of the San Carlos School District's six school campuses; including classroom renovations, repair and upgrade of roofs, electrical, plumbing, heating, sewers, and other major systems. $38,000,000   62.9% 55% 525
6/2003  Parcel Tax Promote early reading/literacy; maintain small classize; retain teachers/staff; program   $98/parcel for 8yrs 70.1% 66.7% 671
6/1997  GO Bond Health/safety; construction; renovation $22,000,000   81.9% 66.7% 2,515
* Student count provided by district at the time of the elections.
School District Bond and Tax Elections
Source: EdSource
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