With the approval of Measure F in March 2002 the voters permitted the San Jose Unified School District to issue $429 million in general obligation bonds to repair and rehabilitate local schools over a 6-9 year period. The bonds, including interest, are being paid off over a 30 year period through a temporary increase in the property tax rate. Every school in the District utilized some of the proceeds of the bonds for improvement.
2011 Year-End Annual Report (PDF)
2010 Year-End Annual Report (PDF)
2008-09 Annual Report (PDF)
2007-08 Annual Report (PDF)
2006-2007 Annual Report (PDF)
2005-06 Annual Report (PDF)
2005 Annual Report (PDF)
Expenditures for FYE June 30, 2005 (PDF)
The second of these documents includes an overview of the Measure F Bond activities for each San Jose Unified School District site for the period between July 1, 2002 and June 30, 2005.
2004 Annual Report (PDF)
Third annual report.
2003 Annual Report
Second annual report.
April 15, 2003
Potential and Debatable Bond Expenditures (PDF)
Committee’s understanding of District plans for spending some Bond funds. Some Committee members believe some of these expenditures are not justified by Bond language.
December 16, 2002
Year End Report (PDF)
First report of Committee to the Public. At least one report is required each year.