South Los Altos voters will see a bond measure on the Nov. 6 ballot: Measure CC, a $275 million bond put forth by the Fremont Union High School District.
Funds from the bond are slated for upgrading infrastructure and modernizing classrooms that were not updated using funds from the previous bond in 2014. If voters approve the bond, the district plans to install new heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems; replace lights with LED lights; upgrade ceiling tiles, fire alarms and sprinklers; update technology; purchase new furniture; paint; and patch roofing and flooring.
The updates planned for Homestead High, which high schoolers who live in south Los Altos attend, include renovating buildings A, B, C and L; conducting seismic safety work; and modernizing Building S, the library, the library quad and the gym lobby.
The average yearly cost to property owners in the district would be $16 per $100,000 of assessed value. Measure CC requires approval from 55 percent of voters to pass.