While we have many commenters talking about school bonds, I thought I'd clarify something. A school bond vote is not a vote on whether or not to build a school. Schools cost so much to build that the county borrows money in the form of bonds, and pays interest as it repays the bond. The interest rate is dependent on a number of factors including the county's credit rating. A discount on that interest rate is available when the community votes on the bond, in effect joining the pledge to repay the loan. Lenders prefer this added endorsement, and hence cut the interest rate a bit if the bond passes.
The Supervisors and the School board vote on what schools to build, where and when. The community wants enough schools to educate its kids without crowding, and anyone who cares enough about the school system to devote their time to serving on the School Board will work to ensure that those schools are in place. I am confident that the community will continue to support the bonds, guaranteeing the lowest interest rates available in order to save our tax dollars. Remember that everyone who serves on these two boards is a neighbor, a long-time community volunteer and part-time official who pays the same taxes as everyone else.