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1401 W. Valencia Dr.,   Fullerton, CA 92833
Phone: (714) 447-7400 Fax: (714) 447-7414

Measure J

On November 12, 2019 the Board of Trustees for the Fullerton School District voted to place a bond on the March 3rd, 2020 ballot. 
Measure J
Measure J is a bond that would raise $198 million for the Fullerton School District. This bond would be funded by a property tax increase of $30 per $100,000 of assessed value of all Fullerton properties. Assessed value is NOT the current market value of the properties, but instead the value that the county uses to assess property taxes. This information can be found for your home by visiting the Orange County Treasurer-Tax Collector's page here (http://tax.ocgov.com/tcweb/search_page.asp)
Fullerton School District's current property tax funding in comparison to other local districts is seen below.
Property Tax Comparisons
Dear Parents and Community Members,

Fullerton School District is committed to preparing our students to compete worldwide. Each day, over 13,000 students are served by one of FSD's 15 elementary schools, two K-8 campuses, or three junior high schools. We are proud that our district is recognized statewide and nationally as providing a state of the art education to local students. This is evident by our test scores and, ultimately, our student's success in high school, college admissions, and beyond.

We are committed to involving our community in an open, transparent, consensus-building process. We recently renovated Beechwood Elementary library and Raymond Elementary classroom #12 to allow you to see and experience how Measure J funds will be used to prepare our students to compete in a global economy. If passed by 55% of voters on March 3, Measure J will fund safety, facility, and upgrades to school facilities throughout FSD. The annual cost of Measure J is estimated to be $30 per $100,000 of assessed (not market) property value as long as bonds are outstanding.

I invite you to view the videos above to see first hand what 21st Century learning looks like. Thank you in advance for your interest in our local public schools.

Dr. Robert Pletka
Superintendent, Fullerton School District