Thank you to the Martinez community for voting to pass the school bonds Measure K ($45 million) in 2010 and Measure R ($120 million) in 2016. This proves that strong communities build stronger schools. We appreciate the community for their support in helping us build better tomorrows for all MUSD students.
Proposed Measure R Projects
This presentation, approved by the Board of Education on March 27, 2017, shows proposed projects for Measure R. The proposed projects, funding schedule, and timeline are subject to change based upon needs and funding. Click Here for more information.
If you are interested in learning more about upcoming bond projects and the decision making process, please consider joining our Citizens' Oversight Committee! Click Here for information on how to apply.
We are currently seeking applicants for vacancies on the Citizens' Oversight Committee for Measure K and Measure R.
Applicants must be:
- a member of the public-at-large
- active in a business organization and would represent the business community within the City of Martinez
Click Here for more information.
Did you know...?
Phase one of Measure R is officially in planning stages! John Muir Elementary is first on the list with a complete campus redesign.
In 2014 MUSD completed a Solar Energy project throughout all campuses. How are we doing now?
The construction of the Vicente/Briones High School Campus was delayed by months due to a nest of endangered owls!
The objectives for Measure R and Measure K are very different with many regulations on how funds may be spent.
Are there topics related to the MUSD Bond Measures that you would like to see detailed on this website? Do you have GO Bond related questions that aren't answered here?
Please send your questions and suggestions to April Thompson, Bond Accountant.