Attract & retain teachers
Maintain STEM instruction
Reduce K-1 class size
Support reading & writing skills
Vote Yes on Measure H
Protect Student Success in Redwood City Schools
Look for your ballot in the mail the week of October 7th
Measure H provides much-needed local funding for our elementary and middle schools that can’t be taken by the State.
Thanks to our supportive community and high-quality teachers, Redwood City student achievement has continued to grow. However, the fact remains our elementary and middle schools are among the lowest funded in San Mateo County and are now facing a $10 million-dollar deficit due to state-mandated cost increases.
We know we can’t rely on the state to ensure our children have access to the same quality of education as in neighboring communities. Our kids deserve better.
Measure H is essential for our schools.
Redwood City Community for Better Schools is a grassroots effort led by local parents and concerned citizens that have come together to support Yes on H! Endorsements, volunteer efforts, and donations by community members like you are critical to garnering the support needed to pass Measure H and support quality education in Redwood City schools.
Measure H will appear on the November 5, 2019 all-mail ballot for the San Mateo County Consolidated Municipal, School and Special District Election. Whether or not you normally vote at the polls, all registered voters living within the Redwood City School District will be mailed a ballot the week of October 7, 2019.
SAVE THE DATE!
Weekday Evenings | 5:30 PM
Join the Measure H team as we spread the word to vote Yes on H for quality education in Redwood City schools. Phone bank training will be provided and no experience is necessary!
Walk & Knock
Weekends | 9:00 AM
Join the Measure H team as we spread the word to vote Yes on H for quality education in Redwood City schools. Precinct canvassing training will be provided and no experience is necessary!