San Leandro

Unified School District

SAN LEANDRO USD

835 E. 14th Street, Suite 200
San Leandro, CA 94577
Phone: 510-667-3500
Fax: 510-667-6234
Email: communications@slusd.us

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Measure N Construction Projects

In 2016, SLUSD conducted a comprehensive facilities assessment that identified $300 million in critical upgrades and necessary improvements throughout the district.

Measure N is a $198M school facilities improvement bond measure that was passed in March, 2020 to improve school facilities with new construction projects and essential renovation.

This funding will help SLUSD continue addressing needs identified in the Facilities Master Plan, as well as complete facility upgrade projects already in progress through previous bond measures.

Project updates

Major Projects

San Leandro High School Gym

Projected Budget: $60,000,000

  • New gymnasium, locker rooms, weight room, and practice facility
  • Electrical upgrade
  • New school entrance and enhanced parking

San Leandro High School Quad

Projected budget: $3,000,000

  • New landscaping and hardscaping
  • Increased seating and shade areas
  • Energy saving irrigation 

Lincoln High School Campus

Projected Budget: $26,000,000

  • New campus located adjacent to the SLUSD Adult School
  • New classrooms
  • New multipurpose room
  • New athletic and outdoor learning spaces

Bancroft Middle School

Projected Budget: $14,000,000

  •  Portable replacement
  • New safety drop off area
  • Field and track replacement
  • New blacktop surface
  • New shade structure
  • New landscaping
  • Additional classroom technology
  • Redesign of school entry

John Muir Middle School

Projected Budget: $11,000,000

  • Portable replacement
  • New hardscaping
  • New shade structure
  • Additional classroom technology

McKinley Elementary School Drop-Off & Entryway

Projected Budget: $2,000,000

  • New safety pick up and drop off area
  • Additional parking area

McKinley Elementary School Courtyard & Shade Structure

Projected Budget: $1,000,000

  • Courtyard renovation with shade structure and ADA access

McKinley Elementary School Campus Improvements

Projected Budget: $2,000,000

  • New flooring and hallway refurbishment
  •  New interior painting
  • Window shades
  • Additional work during summer 2023 will include hallway upgrades, fencing, and new doors.

Roosevelt Elementary School (Completed)

Budget: $1,500,000

  • New safety drop off area
  • Entryway redesign
  • New blacktop surface
  • New shade structure
  • New landscaping
  • Additional classroom technology

Elementary School Shade Structures (Completed)

Budget: $5,000,000

New shaded outdoor seating areas at the following elementary schools:

  • Garfield Elementary
  • Halkin Elementary
  • Madison Elementary
  • Monroe Elementary
  • Roosevelt Elementary
  • Washington Elementary

General Community Bond Information and Documentation

Board of Education Bond Update 9.13.22

Board of Education Bond Update 8.3.22

Board of Education Bond Update 6.14.22

Board of Education Bond Update 4.12.22

Board of Education Bond Update 3.08.22

Board of Education Bond Update 2.08.22

Board of Education Bond Update 11.09.21

Board of Education Bond Update 10.28.21

 

Measure N Overview, November 5, 2019 BOE presentation

The District Bond team is comprised of District staff as well as an operational team to execute and plan all projects.

District Staff

Dr. Mike McLaughlin, Superintendent

Dr. Kevin Collins, Assistant Superintendent, Business & Operations

Aaron Kerrigan, SLUSD Bond Director

District contact: communications@slusd.us

Phone: 510-667-3500

Address:
835 E 14th Street, Suite 200
San Leandro, CA  94577 

Operations Team

RGM Kramer, Inc.
Contact: Nick Malve, Bond Program Manager

The SLUSD Board of Trustees established a Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee (CBOC) in March 2017 for Measure J1.  In April 2020, the CBOC responsibility was expanded to include the recently passed Measure N.

The CBOC is responsible for overseeing the expenditure of money to ensure bond revenues are used as voters intended and communicating its findings and progress to the public.

See more details here.