Yes to Measure DD for ALL Bonsall Students

A friend asked, “Why are you helping with Measure DD? Your kids won’t even get to benefit from going to the Bonsall High School on Gird Road.” The answer is simple − this goes way beyond my own children. Saying Yes to DD ensures the Bonsall school community continues to build on its amazing successes.

For decades, the dream of a Bonsall High School was just that − a dream. It took a group of involved parents collecting signatures to start the initiative that led to Prop BB, the unification of the district, and ultimately the creation of the high school program which will have its first graduating class in 2018.

As a parent of a 10th grader at BHS, which currently shares the Sullivan Middle School campus, I have witnessed first-hand the remarkable maturation of students thriving in an engaging, collaborative environment. Principal Fleming, hailing directly from the New Tech Network, genuinely listens to her community to create programs that inspire participation. The dynamic teachers bring learning to life with projects that go beyond the classroom and country borders. In just two years, over 30 community partners have shared real-world expertise and paved the way for college and career readiness.

The Bonsall District is experiencing rapid growth. A Yes on DD vote provides all Bonsall students the benefits of leading-edge educational programs and especially a separate high school campus. Great schools lead to Great future community members.

Larissa Anderson
Bonsall Taxpayers for Schools, Yes on DD

6 Responses to "Yes to Measure DD for ALL Bonsall Students"

  1. Julian Torres   November 7, 2016 at 11:37 am

  2. NO NEW TAXES!   November 7, 2016 at 10:06 pm

    NO ON DD!!!!!

  3. R Finch   December 4, 2016 at 1:43 pm

    I remember the group of parents who collected signatures for Prop BB. They assured me that the school would be no more than 200 students. Now we hear it could be ten times that size! If a large school is built, we will quickly need to widen Gird Road. And that is how valleys are lost. This location does not work for a large school. It should be rejected.

  4. LSA   December 30, 2016 at 4:30 pm

    Right now sullivan middle school has about 150 students per grade. As such, About 200 students per BHS grade may be possible 5-10 years down the road. Beyond that, growth will be dicatated by additional large scale developments.

  5. R Finch   February 16, 2017 at 5:33 pm

    Not a comforting response, LSA, that “growth will be dictated by additional large scale developments”!

  6. Tightwad   February 17, 2017 at 7:44 am

    Bonsall homeowners care only about golf and booze since they are all old and childless (thank God). Never can think about the future of the kids in their own town. Well congrats idiots, you are officially crowned The Tightest Selfish School District in the entire county. I hope the students who have to be educated in your crappy Trailer Park High throw spitwads at your homes. What a legacy to leave the poor innocent Bonsall students.


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