Lincoln High School presented an Addition and Modernization Project plan using Measure A funds to increase student capacity while focusing on the key updates needed to transform the school. We started working on these projects in November of 2016 and are excited to say we have completed this project!!
“There is a newfound excitement and energy at LHS due to Measure A. The modernization and additions to LHS demonstrates the district and communities' commitment to quality education.” stated Jay Berns, Lincoln High School Principal.
With the completion of this project and the addition of our new building at Lincoln High School we have added:
Improvements to the quad area include:
The entire Lincoln High School Addition and Modernization project is scheduled for completion in December 2017 and will increase Lincoln High School’s student capacity to 2,068.
On November 4, 2014, the electorate of Western Placer Unified School District approved the $60,000,000 million Measure A General Obligation Bonds, with greater than 55% of the votes in favor. The text of the ballot language was as follows:
"For the purpose of updating/replacing aging classrooms and support facilities, and instructional technology needed for improved teaching, replacing portable classrooms, repairing/replacing roofs, wom out floors, electrical systems, seismic upgrades and improving energy efficiency to save money and support instruction within the District"
The District's Board of Trustees developed the Bond Project List for Measure A
On June 4, 2015 the District issued General Obligation Bonds, Series 2007, totaling $20,000,000. The bonds bear interest at rates ranging from 3.00% to 5.00% and are scheduled to mature through June 2041.
The financial activity related to the Measure A General Obligation Bonds is recorded within the District's Financial Activity Report for Fund 21 (Building Fund) in the District's audited financial statements for the year ended June 30, 2015.