Measure DD is a $58 million general obligation (G.O.) bond that will be on the November 8 Presidential Election ballot. If approved, the measure will improve, construct, and rehabilitate schools and classrooms throughout the District to meet the challenges of today’s rapidly changing world.
The Bonsall Unified School District governing board unanimously approved an agreement with Lilac Hills Ranch developer Accretive Investments, Inc. whereby the developer would build a new K-8 school at Lilac Hills Ranch. The agreement firms up the intent of Accretive to build the school, and how new students from Lilac Hills Ranch would be phased into the District while the school was completed. Accretive needs a county General Plan change to allow its proposed 1,700 home development east of I-15 near Old Highway 395 exit and will seek that approval through the ballot box in November.
Chairman Robert Smith, of the Pala Band of Mission Indians presented the Bonsall Board of Trustees and Superintendent, Dr. Justin Cunningham, a $90,000 donation at the regular meeting of the Board on August 11, 2016