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CCUSD Bond Logo About CCUSD Bond

This bond would provide needed funds to upgrade technology for students and classrooms.

Bond funds would refresh school facilities, purchase 21st century furniture and equipment, make sports facility improvements.

In addition, funds will be used to purchase school buses, and make repairs and renovations intended to maintain a safe student environment that is conducive to learning.

CCUSD Students

 Vote YES for Our Cave Creek Students

  • purchase instructional technology and STEM learning materials
  • address school safety and security upgrades
  • repair and renovate school buildings
  • provide furniture and equipment for collaborative 21st Century learning spaces in schools/classrooms
  • purchase school buses
  • upgrade athletic facilities
  • pay off energy contract debt


According to the National Association of REALTORS®, the most influential amenity impacting a buyer’s decision to purchase a particular home is proximity to good schools.

What happens if the Bond fails?

If the bond issue is not approved, the District will move operating funds to Capital to pay for critical repairs, school buses, renovations, furniture, technology, and equipment. Cuts in operations could come from increasing class sizes; reducing or eliminating programs; and/or reducing staff and school supplies.



According to the National Association of REALTORS®, the most influential amenity impacting a buyer’s decision to purchase a particular home is proximity to good schools.

What happens if the Bond fails?

If the bond issue is not approved, the District will move operating funds to Capital to pay for critical repairs, school buses, renovations, furniture, technology, and equipment. Cuts in operations could come from increasing class sizes; reducing or eliminating programs; and/or reducing staff and school supplies.

 Vote YES for Our Cave Creek Students

  • purchase instructional technology and STEM learning materials
  • address school safety and security upgrades
  • repair and renovate school buildings
  • provide furniture and equipment for collaborative 21st Century learning spaces in schools/classrooms
  • purchase school buses
  • upgrade athletic facilities
  • pay off energy contract debt


According to the National Association of REALTORS®, the most influential amenity impacting a buyer’s decision to purchase a particular home is proximity to good schools.

What happens if the Bond fails?

If the bond issue is not approved, the District will move operating funds to Capital to pay for critical repairs, school buses, renovations, furniture, technology, and equipment. Cuts in operations could come from increasing class sizes; reducing or eliminating programs; and/or reducing staff and school supplies.

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