SAN LORENZO — School trustees agreed Tuesday to place an $83 million school bond on the November ballot.
The measure would require support from at least 55 percent of voters to be approved.
It would provide funds to remodel and upgrade all of the San Lorenzo Unified School District's campuses, including making fire safety and energy conservation improvements.
School board members approved the ballot measure Tuesday, a week after finalizing a project list that includes field improvements and science lab upgrades at middle and high schools; construction of elementary school classrooms; technology upgrades; a new digital arts lab; and security and parking improvements at various campuses, said Lowell Shira, assistant superintendent of business for the district.
Voters approved a $49 million school improvement bond in 2004.