EUGENE, Ore. – Members and parents of the 4J School District have to wait until Tuesday night to find out if the 4J bond measure will pass.
Parents say they’ve worked hard to get the word out and would be surprised if the measure didn’t pass.
The $170 million bond measure would replace four aging school buildings, improve technology, update instructional materials and upgrade security.
Parents say the bond measure isn’t a want, but it’s a necessity because the schools are cramped.
“You have things like at Roosevelt, many parents don’t understand why there’s an open campus, they think it’s some strange, you know, history culture thing, it’s not. The cafeteria has 100 seats; there’s 600 kids in the school,” said 4J parent Sabrina Parsons.