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Measure E

Although it appears that our schools are in good shape based on achievements by our students, our school facilities need to be improved.  The Ventura Unified School District covers an area of approximately 165 square miles in western Ventura County and includes the City of Ventura and surrounding areas.  With an enrollment of over 15,000 students, the District has 28 schools with education from pre-kindergarten through 12th grade and Adult School.  A LONG RANGE FACILITIES MASTER PLAN 2020-2030  was adopted by the Board of Education on April 28, 2020 and was used to initially used to determine a priority projects list.  That list will be revisited before a final plan is put into place for repairs/upgrades/etc. and stakeholder engagement will occur. 

Faced with aging classrooms and a need to bring school facilities up to current standards, the District placed Measure E on the November 2022 ballot that would upgrade, modernize and renovate the outdated schools.  We want to thank our voters for passing measure E. We will place more information here about our Measure E oversight committee and future projects as we have it. 

The following information is provided to assist the community in understanding the facts behind Measure E and how its passage will affect the District and its residents.