Building new learning environments for future Placer students.

Measure G 
A duly called election was held in the district on November 6, 2018, and the returns were thereafter canvassed pursuant to law. At the election there was submitted to and approved by the requisite fifty-five percent (55%) vote of the qualified electors of the SFID voting on the following measure for incurring bonded indebtedness:
  • To repair/upgrade aging classrooms/labs/facilities at Placer High School; repair deteriorating roofs/plumbing/bathrooms; upgrade math/computer/ engineering labs and vocational/career education classrooms; maintain safe drinking water; improve safety/security systems; shall the measure for Placer High School Facilities Improvement District No. 1 of Placer Union High School District issuing $42,100,000 in bonds at legal interest rates, averaging $2,447,000 raised annually until 2050, rates estimated at $27 per $100,000 assessed valuation be adopted, with independent oversight/audits, funding for Placer High School only.

Program Update: Board of Trustees Meeting - November 12, 2019

Includes the renovation/modernization plan:

Bond issuance data:
Wednesday, May 22, 2019 (Joint Meeting w/Measure D)
Wednesday, August 28, 2019. Placer High School Career Center. 6 p.m.

Agendas & Minutes
May 22, 2019 - Agenda and May 22, 2019 - Minutes
August 28, 2019 - Agenda and August 28, 2019 - Minutes
December 19, 2019 - Agenda

Teacher Collaboration Spaces

PUHSD has been assessing the school’s current and future facility needs. We initially researched the cost and feasibility of constructing a new classroom building on the lower Placer campus, with a focus on maximizing the value of Measure G bond funds. 

Throughout a collaborative process with staff and stakeholders, it became clear that due to rising construction costs and our desire to increase utilization and stretch our dollars further, we can better maximize campus usage and improve student learning by constructing collaborative teacher spaces and enhancing student learning areas rather than constructing a single classroom building. 

These spaces would be organized by department, and equipped with the resources necessary to facilitate teacher collaboration, foster relationships and optimize articulation across disciplines.

21st Century classroom learning environment

By taking this approach, more bond funds will be available to upgrade existing classrooms and facilities with additional 21st Century furniture and state-of-the-art technology. This 21st Century classroom design provides a flexible, collaborative learning environment, allowing students and teachers to work independently or in teams, which will ultimately lead to an increase in positive student outcomes.


In the very near future, we will ask our teachers to engage in this process to help us determine the types of furniture and technology that best suits them and their students’ needs. Additionally, our teachers will be part of the collaborative space design process, with the intention to have the spaces completed and operational by summer 2020.


Resources for Students

Resources for Parents

Oversight Committee

Mike Holmes, Chairperson

Business Organization Member & At-Large Community Member

Jennifer Russell

Business Organization Member & Active in Parent-Teacher Organization

Karen Reitz

Senior Citizens' Organization Member

Jim Brown

Taxpayers' Organization Member

Randy Tooker

At-Large Community Member

Earl Wilson

At-Large Community Member

Craig Nowicki

At-Large Community Member & Parent/Guardian

Brian Whigam

At-Large Community Member & Parent/Guardian

Eric Duchaine

At-Large Community Member & Parent/Guardian

Lisa Voss

Parent/Guardian & Active in Parent-Teacher Organization

David Slane

Parent/Guardian & Active in Parent-Teacher Organization

Sheryl Petersen

Senior Citizens' Organization Member & At-Large Community Member

Contact Info

Committee Liaison
Master Calendar