An independent survey of voters in the Eureka City School District shows strong support for a potential 2014 bond measure to repair aging, deteriorating schools throughout the District.
The survey, conducted in the Fall by the highly respected opinion research firm of Fairbank, Maslin, Maullin, Metz & Associates, shows as much as 63% of respondents would support a local education funding measure in November 2014, well above the 55% threshold needed for passage.
The Eureka City School District commissioned the survey to obtain the public’s feedback on project priorities at its school sites, and to assess potential interest in a local educational bond measure in 2014.
As you have heard, classified employees do essential work that keep our schools up and running. These extraordinary workers keep our campuses safe, clean and efficient. From the time students board a school bus to the time they head home at the end of the day, every aspect of their educational experience is impacted by a classified school employee. From behind the scenes, they provide services vital to the everyday operation of schools. Just as classified employees are on the front lines working to ensure the safety and care of students at school, many are working to build better neighborhoods and communities as well. Classified employees serve their communities with the same pride that they serve our students and schools.