• Measure BB Oversight Committee

    Murrieta Valley Unified School District is seeking community members to serve for a two-year term on the Measure BB Citizens’ Oversight Committee. The purpose of the committee is to insure that the balance of the Measure BB funds is used in accordance with the intention of the voters and with the highest possible level of efficiency to serve the educational needs of the children of our community. 

    To assure broad-based representation, committee members must be in one of the following groups: Business representative, senior citizen, parent of MVUSD student, member of a taxpayer organization, an at-large community member or parent active in MVUSD PTA. If you are in one of these categories and are interested in serving a two year term on the Citizens’ Oversight Committee, download and complete the application.


    Voters approve Measure BB 


    Measure BB was approved by 57.41 percent of Murrieta voters on November 4, 2014.  The bond funds will allow the district to complete the next level of upgrades to Murrieta Valley USD education technology and school facilities.  "I'm so thankful to live and teach in a community that places such high value on education," said Murrieta Teachers Association President Kathy Ericson. "The voters have ensured that MVUSD can continue to provide the quality education Murrieta is known for, our stakeholders expect and our students deserve."  


    Measure BB Campaign Co-Chair Robin Crist said, "As co-chair for Measure BB I am grateful to our community for their continued support of our young people and I am excited for the new opportunities that will be offered to our students!"  "A lot of work needs to be done now as we move forward to prioritize repairs to school buildings and grounds, upgrades to classrooms, labs, career-training facilities and implementing the 15-year technology plan," said  Bill Olien, Assistant Superintendent of Facilities."  

    "We will continue to engage in an inclusive process with input from the Ed Tech Committee and a Measure BB Oversight Committee," said Olien.  "Together we will develop a considered and methodical approach to using Measure BB Bond funds in accordance with the voter's wishes." 

    What will Measure BB do? 

    The $98,000,000 bond measure will allow the district to upgrade outdated Murrieta K-12 classrooms, labs, career-training facilities, and education technology; rehabilitate deteriorated roofs,Science lab plumbing, electrical, lighting, HVAC, flooring, buildings and grounds; acquire/construct/equip sites, classrooms, and facilities; upgrade safety/security systems; and improve science, technology, engineering, and math instructional facilities required for college/career success. 

    Measure BB Project Summary 

    Measure BB will:


    • Expand educational technology and keep it up-to-date
    • Upgrade classrooms, labs and equipment for advanced math, science, engineering, and technology instruction to meet rising college/university admission requirements
    • Improve career-training classrooms for college and career success in fields like health sciences, engineering, technology, and skilled trades
    • Repair or replace leaky roofs, old plumbing, failing electrical, lighting and HVAC systems, indoor and outdoor safety hazards, and other facilities to improve student and staff safety;
    • Construct new classrooms and school facilities to accommodate growth in student enrollment

      Measure BB FACTS:


    •          By law, ALL Measure BB funds STAY LOCAL dedicated to Murrieta Valley USD schools ONLY.   
    •          The State CANNOT take Measure BB funding away.
    •          Measure BB is for school technology and facilities ONLY. 
    •          NO funds are allowed for administrators' salaries.
    •          Independent Citizens' Oversight and mandatory audits will ensure funds are spent properly.  

    For more information, please contact Tami Slagill at 951-696-1600 ext. 1181. 

Last Modified on December 18, 2023