Oregon's Glendale School District will pursue a $1.8 million bond levy in May 2020 to improve safety, security and energy efficiency at each school building. 

According to a news report, Superintendent David Hanson said, “Our board has worked hard to find balance between projects that will improve the education of our students, and what taxpayers are comfortable with. We avoided any discussions that required an increase in taxes to pay for these improvements.”

Improvements may include safety and alarm systems, new HVAC systems, energy-efficient systems and more safety measures such as video surveillance and access control, as well as internal communications systems, says the report.