The Banning Unified School District Facilities Department coordinates construction at all school facilities. This includes new construction and improvements to existing facilities as well as upgrades and modernization of older facilities. As the District steadily moves into the 21st century new demands and population growth are driving the need for expansion and an additional school campus in the pass area.
The Banning USD Board of Trustees placed Measure M on the November 8, 2016 Presidential General Election ballot. The Measure was approved, making $25.5 million available, through the sale of general obligation bonds, to fund the construction of Career Technical Education (CTE) classrooms and learning spaces, a Performing Arts (PA) building, and security improvements at Banning High School.
Bond monies from Measure R were fully expended at the completion of the tennis courts and concession stand at Banning High School in 2014. Measure M will allow the District to continue improvements of our facilities, to give our students increasingly better opportunities. Our thanks to the local community for voicing your support of these plans to give our students a greater experience and the career pathways they deserve.