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Measure R - 2020 Facilities Bond Measure Information

Measure R was approved on March 3, 2020.

The Franklin-McKinley School District Community once again showed their support with the 67% approval for our bond measure.  

FRANKLIN-McKINLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT IS PREPARING CHILDREN FOR SUCCESS IN SCHOOL AND LIFE. As a Transitional Kindergarten to 8th grade school district, we believe all students should have access to 21st century classrooms and school facilities. In addition, we believe: 

  1. All children deserve a well-rounded education to become lifelong learners.
  2. Learners flourish in a nurturing, safe, and challenging environment.

BUILDING BRIGHT FUTURES INCLUDES SAFE, MODERN CLASSROOMS AND SCHOOL FACILITIES. Our 16 schools - 4 Elementary Schools (TK-6), 4 Elementary Schools (K-6), 1 Elementary School (TK-3), 1 Elementary/Middle School (4-8), 2 Elementary/Middle Schools (TK-8), 1 Elementary/Middle School (K-8), 3 Middle Schools (7-8) - are preparing our children for success in the careers of tomorrow through S.T.E.A.M., project-based learning, youth leadership, and college/career readiness programs. Safe, modern classrooms and school facilities are critical to a high quality education. According to a recent study titled, Designing Classrooms to Maximize Student Achievement, scientific research shows how the physical classroom environment influences student achievement. Click here to read the full article.    OUR SCHOOL DISTRICT VALUES FACILITIES MASTER PLANNING. We completed our FMSD Master Plan in April 2016 and currently working on a new revision by January 2020. In 2016, approximately $357 million dollars in need was identified to repair and modernize our local schools serving more than 7,500 students each day. To fund identified needs, we are exploring all available options, including our own existing budget, state and Federal funding, private grants and other sources of support.    CRITICAL PROJECTS IDENTIFIED INCLUDE:

  • Repair or replace leaky roofs

  • Improve student access to computers and modern technology

  • Make health, safety and accessibility improvements to bring all schools up to modern standards

  • Upgrade security systems and fire alarms

  • Replace outdated heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems

  • Construct and modernize additional classrooms and school facilities to accommodate 21st century curriculum and technology infrastructure

ALL STUDENTS BECOMING LIFELONG LEARNERS. Modern classrooms and technology will help
ensure that our 7,500 students are prepared with the skills and experiences needed to be successful in college, careers, and life.  
FOR MORE INFORMATION: Please go to our website at: or contact Oti Enriquez, Executive Assistant, Business Services via email: or by phone: (408) 283-6020.

Bond Resolution