This site collects a variety
of useful and interesting information about the Cabrillo Unified
The district's Facilities
Master Plan was adopted in February 1996. Even though the
plan itself requires an annual public hearing and review, our
school board has not once held such a hearing.
Read lots more about the Facilities
Master Plan here.
A $35 million bond (Measure
K) was approved by the CUSD voters in 1996. Part of the proceeds
was to have been used to build a new middle school. While enrollment
has fallen since then, our middle school at Cunha is still in
need of rebuilding.
Jonathan Lundell's commentary.
Lundell's views on middle school siting here.
Build Our School Now
Our School Now initiative encourages the building of a new
middle school in the downtown core of Half Moon Bay.
Jim Grady's presentation (2003)
In this presentation,
Half Moon Bay City Council member Jim Grady makes the case for
building a new middle school at Cunha (January 13 2003).
Jerry Laster's bond opinion (2002)
There has been some dispute over
whether the language of Measure K
(the 1996 bond measure) allows us to keep our middle school at
Cunha. Here is an opinion
from noted bond counsel Jerry Laster.
John Bayless's presentation (2002)
On May 7, 2002, Superintendent
John Bayless made this presentation
on middle school site selection. Cunha
is the clear choice.
Site selection committee report
the report of the CUSD Site Selection Committee (October 24
1996). Notice that, using the state site selection criteria, Cunha
ranked #1 of five candidate sites, while Wavecrest ran a poor