San Leandro USD

Tradition and Innovation

Bond Program – Measures J1 and N

Thanks to the support of San Leandro voters, our schools have received funds to improve student safety, repair aging facilities, modernize classrooms, and construct state-of-the-art learning spaces.

The San Leandro Unified School District thanks the community for sharing our commitment to provide safe, modern learning environments for our students.


Measure N is a $198M school facilities improvement bond measure that was passed in March, 2020 to improve school facilities with new construction projects and essential renovation.

This funding will help SLUSD continue addressing needs identified in the Facilities Master Plan, as well as complete facility upgrade projects already in progress through previous bond measures.

See more about Measure N projects here!

Measure J1 was a bond measure that was passed by voters on the November 8, 2016, ballot to fund critical facility upgrades and improvements for San Leandro schools.

Thanks to the passage of Measure J1, the San Leandro Unified School District received funds to support student learning through technology upgrades and facility enhancements.

See more about Measure J1 here!

The District Bond team is comprised of District staff as well as an operational team to execute and plan all projects.

 District Staff

Dr. Mike McLaughlin, Superintendent

Dr. Kevin Collins, Assistant Superintendent, Business & Operations

Aaron Kerrigan, SLUSD Bond Director

District contact:

 Operations Team

RGM Kramer, Inc.
Contact: Nick Malve, Bond Program Manager

Click here to learn about Measure N
Click here to learn about Measure J1