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Measure K - 2016 School Bond

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Measure K is a $280 million general obligation (G.O.) bond passed by Kern County voters in the November 8, 2016 Presidential Election. Designed as a G.O. Flex-Bond, the measure provides funding to improve, construct and rehabilitate schools and classrooms throughout the KHSD to meet the challenges of today’s rapidly changing world.  The KHSD has made extensive progress in repairing and rehabilitating schools and classrooms throughout the KHSD with past voter-approved bond measures.  This measure allows the KHSD to continue the job with an ongoing source of locally controlled, affordable funding. The KHSD is also eligible for state matching funds.

This website is intended to provide information on Measure K, including answers to frequently asked questions and an archive of reports and other documents relating to the bond.  If you have any questions about Measure K, please email measurek@kernhigh.org

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