Facilities and Planning

Measure M Citizens' Oversight Committee
On November 8, 2016, voters residing within EGUSD overwhelmingly passed Measure M.  Measure M will provide EGUSD’s students and community $476 million in critical and necessary capital improvements pursuant to the District’s Facilities Master Plan.

As a result of Measure M’s passage the EGUSD Board of Education will establish an independent Citizens’ Oversight Committee.  In accordance with Education Code Section 15278(b), the Measure M Citizens’ Oversight Committee shall inform the public concerning the expenditure of Measure “M” bond revenues.

Measure M - What Could My School Get?

Measure M – November School Bond Fact Sheets

Please check out the fact sheets below to find out what is needed at each school.

Elementary Schools

Arnold Adreani – EnglishVietnamese
Edna Batey
Maeola R. Beitzel – EnglishSpanish | Vietnamese
Arthur C. Butler – EnglishSpanish | Vietnamese
Raymond Case – EnglishSpanish
Helen Carr Castello
Cosumnes River
C.W. Dillard – EnglishSpanish
Elitha Donner – EnglishSpanish
John Ehrhardt – EnglishSpanish
Elk Grove
Elliott Ranch
Ellen Feickert
Robert J. Fite
Florin – EnglishSpanish
Foulks Ranch
Franklin – EnglishSpanish
Arlene Hein
Roy Herburger – EnglishHmong
Isabelle Jackson – EnglishSpanish
Samuel Kennedy – EnglishSpanish
Anna Kirchgater – EnglishSpanish
Herman Leimbach – EnglishSpanish
Charles Mack – EnglishSpanish
Florence Markofer
James McKee – EnglishSpanish
Marion Mix – EnglishSpanish
Barbara Comstock Morse – EnglishSpanish
Pleasant Grove
Prairie – EnglishSpanish
David Reese – EnglishHmong | Spanish
John Reith
Sierra Enterprise – EnglishSpanish
Joseph Sims
Stone Lake
Mary Tsukamoto – EnglishSpanish
Union House – EnglishHmong | Spanish
Irene B. West – EnglishSpanish

Middle Schools

Katherine L. Albiani
Harriet G. Eddy – EnglishSpanish
Edward Harris, Jr. – EnglishSpanish | Vietnamese
Samuel Jackman – EnglishHmong | Spanish
Toby Johnson
Joseph Kerr – EnglishSpanish
Elizabeth Pinkerton
James Rutter – EnglishHmong | Spanish
T.R. Smedberg – EnglishSpanish | Vietnamese

High Schools

Cosumnes Oaks
Elk Grove
Florin – EnglishHmong | Spanish
Laguna Creek – EnglishSpanish
Monterey Trail – EnglishSpanish
Pleasant Grove
Sheldon – EnglishSpanish
Valley – EnglishHmong | Spanish

Alternative Education Schools

Jessie Baker – EnglishSpanish
Calvine – EnglishSpanish
William Daylor – EnglishHmong | Spanish
Elk Grove Charter School – English Spanish
Las Flores – EnglishSpanish
Rio Cazadero – EnglishSpanish


School Bond Measure M Planning Project Frequently Asked Questions

The Facilities and Planning Department
The Facilities and Planning Department identifies the need for new schools, determines school site locations, plans and constructs modernization projects and additions to existing schools, and builds new facilities as approved by the Board of Education. The department is also responsible for enrollment projections and school attendance boundaries.

Facilities and Planning Administration
Susan Bell – Chief Facilities Officer
Bill Heinicke – Planning Director
Kim Williams – Planning Manager
Michael Bean – Senior Construction Manager

Phone: (916) 686-7711
 Fax: (916) 686-7754

Mailing Address:
Facilities and Planning
Elk Grove Unified School District
9510 Elk Grove-Florin Road
Elk Grove, CA 95624

As part of our commitment to maintaining the quality of education in neighborhood schools, the Elk Grove Unified School District (EGUSD) has developed a comprehensive districtwide Facilities Master Plan (FMP) identifying all of our school facilities needs—including PreK-12 classroom structures, building systems, educational technology, and related school facilities. Our FMP is the blueprint for smart investments in our educational infrastructure.
FMP Logo

The Facilities Master Plan 2015-2025 Update expands and builds upon past plans first developed, in use and regularly updated since 1974.

FMP Update

Facilities Master Plan 2015-2025 Update
(Please note: The FMP PDF is 562 pages | 55MB and will take some time to download.)

Storm Water Management

The District has a Storm Water management program that complies with the California Regional Water Quality Control Board. The Storm Water Management Program seeks to reduce the dumping of water from school sites into streams, lakes and rivers within the District.
EGUSD Storm Water Management Program