Voters overwhelmingly approved the $23 million bond measure that will fund a fifth campus in the Menlo Park City School District.
Measure W will raise funds to build a fifth campus in the district to address a skyrocketing enrollment.
The bond revenue funds will be used to construct a school at the district-owned O'Connor site in the Willows neighborhood of Menlo Park for third- to fifth-graders coming from the K-2 program at nearby Laurel School. The district plans to open the new school, on a campus that has been leased out to a private school for decades, in 2016.
Click here for the Almanac's Voter Guide story on Measure W.
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