About Proposition U & C
School Construction and Modernization Program


Proposition U is a ballot measure voted on in November 2002 that provides $198 million in School District Bonds to repair, renovate, and expand 24 schools in the Poway Unified School District.

Proposition C is a ballot measure voted on in February 2008 that provides $179 million in School District Bonds to repair, renovate, and expand 24 schools in the Poway Unified School District.

Proposition U and C:

Offers all children access to safe, equitable facilities by building new permanent classrooms at existing school sites to replace aging portable trailers and to expand science labs, libraries, and multipurpose rooms.

  • Adds needed classrooms.
  • Upgrades electrical systems for safety and provides access to technology.
  • Replaces inefficient heating, ventilation, and plumbing systems.
  • Renovates and expands libraries.
  • Upgrades District school facilities to meet current safety codes.
  • Adds new science and technology classrooms.

Under the direction of our Superintendent, Dr. Don Phillips, each identified school was examined and evaluated and an effective facilities plan was developed.

Citizen's Oversight Committee:

A requirement of Proposition U & C is the establishment of the Citizens' Oversight Committee