Building Strong Foundations in Madera
In Madera Unified School District (MUSD) we strive to provide every student with a well-rounded education that equips them with the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in college and careers. Student achievement is on the rise and our schools are educating the next generation of local leaders.
Addressing Student Enrollment Growth
However, our elementary and middle schools are facing significant overcrowding. To accommodate increased enrollment and enable the District to continue providing local students with a high-quality education, the District needs to build a new middle school, two new elementary schools, and expand and improve current classrooms, labs and student support facilities.
Local Funding for Facilities Improvements
The MUSD Board of Education voted to place Measure M, a $120 million bond measure, on the November 2018 ballot.
If approved by 55% of voters, Measure M would:
- Construct a new concurrent enrollment middle school to reduce student overcrowding and provide career technical education programs in areas, like agriculture, engineering, robotics and public safety
- Construct new school facilities to accommodate our growing community
- Make student safety and security improvements and improve accessibility for students with disabilities
- Improve student access to computers and modern technology
- Modernize outdated classrooms, restrooms, and school facilities and replace temporary portables with permanent classrooms
Need more information or want to provide feedback?
Contact Rosalind Cox, Director of Facilities Planning at firstname.lastname@example.org or 559.675.4548