2022 Bond Program updates
In Spring 2022, our district mailed out Bond Program Community Reports: a report about Measures I & L for residents who live in both the SRCS elementary and high school districts, and a report about Measure I for residents who live in the high school district only. These reports can also be seen below:
Measures I & L Community Report (PDF)
Stadium celebration x 2!
Fall 2018 - Members of the school board and administration - along with students, staff, families and fans - celebrated the completion of two big bond projects: Piner High School's stadium lighting project and Maria Carrillo High School's new turf field and track. Thank you Santa Rosa voters for supporting our schools!
For more progress reports visit our Bond Updates page.
Degrees and Certifications:
Thank You, Santa Rosa!
Thank you Santa Rosa community for your continued support of our community's future: our students. Measures I and L bond funding has helped to upgrade facilities, address overcrowding, and infuse classroom technology and associated access, in order to better serve our students.
In accordance with bond spending rules, Santa Rosa City Schools has convened a Citizens' Oversight Committee to keep the public informed. This committee reviews both Measure I and L bond expenditures, reviews the annual audit prepared by an independent auditing firm, and ensures that funds are spent according to the terms of the ballot language.
The students and staff of Santa Rosa City Schools appreciate the generosity and support of the citizens of Santa Rosa.
Superintendent, Santa Rosa City Schools
In The News
SR Charter School for the Arts Wins Top Projects Award
In December 2016, Santa Rosa Charter School for the Arts won a Top Real Estate Projects in the North Bay award from the North Bay Business Journal. It was named one of 20 outstanding North Bay construction projects in 2016. The modernization and expansion of this Kindergarten- 8th grade campus had been on hold, until voters passed Measure L. When the campus reopens in Fall 2017, it will include an expanded multipurpose room, new visual arts studio, a black box theater, a dance studio and new two-story classroom building. Read more in the North Bay Business Journal.
How SR Students are Benefiting from Bond Vote
In a Sept. 24, 2016 "Close to Home" column in the Santa Rosa Press Democrat, former SRCS Board President Donna Jeye described the technology transformations taking place at our schools, thanks to the bond funding, and which improvements are up next. "Technology improvements have dramatically changed the classroom landscape in Santa Rosa City Schools during the past two years. These tools are helping to bridge the digital divide between students who have access to technology at home and those who do not." Read more in the Santa Rosa Press Democrat.