Bond Measure Introduction
The Fremont Union High School District bond program passed with 67.07% voter approval in June 2008. This program allots $198 million for much needed upgrades and improvements at FUSHD schools, including Cupertino High School. These upgrades include new electronic marquees, critical equipment replacements, athletic facility improvements, and much more.
Cupertino High School itself will be receiving solar panel overhangs in its parking lots, upgrades to the track, and new turf on its athletic fields. These upgrades will take place beginning this summer, with periodic intervals of construction taking place at strategically appropriate times until Summer 2010.
As CHS and the FUHSD are committed to making this process as painless and smooth as possible, we will be disseminating information regarding construction and work that may affect residents around CHS. This web page will be used to display CHS specific information, including construction information and updates.
Please stay tuned for future postings regarding the bond measure on this web page. Any specifics or questions regarding the bond measure should be directed towards the FUHSD Bond Program page.
Thank you for your cooperation and support in enriching the educational experience of students not just at Cupertino, but throughout the whole district.
Near term upgrades occurring at Cupertino High School are the following:
Student Parking Lot Solar PanelsThe parking lot will be closed starting June 15 to pave the way for new asphalt and solar panel overhangs The parking lot will be open by the time school starts, but some portions of may still be shut down at times to finish solar panel overhangs.
Kitchen/Cafeteria Upgrades The CHS Cafeteria will be receiving some critical equipment replacements over the summer.
For more information, please refer to the "Bond Measure 2009 Construction Timeline" document on the left. Additional questions or concerns may be directed toward the FUSHD web site.