In November 2010, the communities of San Anselmo and Fairfax overwhelmingly voted yes on a $41 million bond measure for the construction of new classrooms and facilities to meet the District's expanding student enrollment.
The first project undertaken by the district using these funds is the construction of two new 7th- and 8th-grade buildings at White Hill Middle School. Slated to open for students in early November, these new buildings meet all the needs of a 21st-century learning environment. They are fully wired for mobile instructional and learning technology and are designed to promote collaboration and communication between teachers and students, as well as among students. The White Hill project will be followed by new classroom construction at our elementary schools, starting with Brookside.
A Citizen's Oversight Committee of seven members reviews and reports on all spending of taxpayer funding for this construction.
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