Measure LL

Measure LL

Measure LL: Superintendent's Message

Dear Little Lake City Schools Community,
Our District has always strived for excellence, and we take immense pride in being one of the leading school districts in our area. However, it is important to acknowledge that many of our school buildings were constructed over 70 years ago and are in dire need of health and safety repairs. These repairs include critical measures such as asbestos and lead testing.
In light of these pressing needs, the Board of Education made the decision to place Measure LL, also known as the Little Lake City School District Classroom Repair, Health, and Safety Measure. This measure was passed on the June 7, 2022 Ballot.
Measure LL is a comprehensive plan that aims to address various issues across our school sites. It will help us repair deteriorating bathrooms, fix leaky roofs, mend cracked asphalt, and revitalize aging playgrounds. Additionally, this measure will enable us to upgrade our air filtration and purification systems, as well as enhance our security systems. We will also have the opportunity to improve plumbing and electrical wiring, ensuring our facilities meet the current earthquake safety standards and accessibility requirements for disabled students.
Moreover, the Measure LL plan allocates funding for crucial upgrades in electrical wiring, science, engineering, and computer instruction. This will allow us to provide our students with enhanced resources and equipment. Furthermore, we are committed to improving Internet access, ensuring that all students have equal opportunities to utilize computers and instructional technology.
If you would like to learn more about Measure LL, including its financial implications for local property owners, I encourage you to visit the links provided on our district’s website.
Thank you once again for your unwavering support. Together, we will continue to create an environment where every student can thrive.
Superintendent Jonathan Vasquez

Application for Independent Citizens' Oversight Committee

The Governing Board of the Little Lake City School District is seeking qualified individuals to serve on the Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee as a result of the passage of Measure LL on the June 7, 2022 ballot. Applications are due by October 21, 2022 at 4:30 p.m. Interested individuals must submit an application either by U.S. mail to the Little Lake City School District, Business Services Department at 10515 Pioneer Blvd., Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670, by email to, in person at the District Office, or fax it to (562) 868-2197.