Why is the district considering asking voters to approve a school bond?


Safety and Security is an Urgent Priority

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Our School Buildings are Inefficient and in Need of Repair

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Some Schools Need Replacement or Significant Renovation

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If the Bond Passes, What Would it Cost?

If the Bond Passes, What Would it Cost? Property owners in the Oregon School District currently are paying $1.14 per thousand of assessed value. The proposed $158 million dollar bond would cost taxpayes an additional .10 per $1,000 of assessed value. For example, owners of a home assessed at $300,000 could expect to pay $30 more a year or $2.50 per month.

Year Constructed:

  • Jennings Lodge Elementary: 1938
  • Beavercreek Elementary: 1948
  • Redland Elementary: 1948
  • Gaffney Lane Elementary: 1965
  • Holcomb Elementary: 1966
  • Candy Lane Elementary: 1969
  • John McLoughlin Elementary: 1975
  • Gardiner Middle School: 1954
  • Ogden Middle School: 1965
  • Jackson Campus: 1938
  • Oregon City High School: 2003

We want to hear from you.

Interested in learning more about the proposed bond? Got an idea you’d like to share with the School Board? We’d like to hear from you. Please fill out our survey below: