Our campaign committee is a privately funded grassroots group of community volunteers focused on maintaining outstanding and safe education in Morongo schools.
This committee must rely entirely on private contributions for mailers, signs and other campaign costs, which are vital to a winning campaign. Your donation will help pass Measure C to make critical repairs and upgrades in our Morongo Unified schools.
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Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission Indians makes Measure C donation
Pictured: Left to Right: Twentynine Palms Mayor Joel Klink, Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission Indians Chairman Darrell Mike, CSEA President Mike Morgan, MTA President Kojo McCallum, Bond Committee Member Cathy Nelson, Bond Committee Member Matt Singleton, MUSD Board President
L Hilary Slotta, MUSD Superintendent Tom Baumgarten.
The Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission Indians recently made a generous donation of $100,000 to the Citizens for Safe and Modern Schools for Morongo Unified – Vote YES on Measure C Committee. The donation is to help support the passing of Measure C for the benefit of the Basin’s students and communities.
The Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission Indians and the Morongo Unified School District have partnered to ensure the community is well-informed about the Measure C bond, the need for the bond, and the plans for the bond. The passing of the bond will help ensure the District can make critical repairs to keep up the current safety and academic standards, repair and update our local classrooms and schools, build additional classrooms, and upgrade athletic facilities for school and community use.