The 2012 Master Plan builds on extensive work pursued by the district following the 2005 Master Plan, which modernized facilities, replaced portables, and improved accessibility of sites across the district. The projects were funded by school facilities bond Measure B, which Oakland voters passed in 2006. The $435 million bond provided funding for various construction, renovation and repair projects of the facilities owned by Oakland Unified School District. Measure B provided financial support for construction projects of educational facilities such as science labs, computer labs, art and music rooms. Additionally, the bond funded the construction, renovation, repair of classrooms, multi-purpose rooms, playgrounds, gymnasiums and Pre-School/Early Childhood Development Centers. The Bond also provided funding for the remodeling of existing buildings to create new student health centers. Pursuant to state law, a Measure B Bond Oversight Committee comprised of Oakland citizens was put in place to actively review and report on the expenditure of Bond dollars; ensure the Bond funds were meeting the immediate needs of the community; provide recommendations to the Oakland Unified School District Board of Education; and update the Oakland community regularly of the progress being made with Measure B Bond dollars. For more information, see the materials below, or go to ousd.k12.ca.us.