Yes! for PV Students is a political action committee that has existed since 2004 to advocate for the passage of Paradise Valley Unified School District ballot issues. We are a group of parents, teachers, business leaders, community members, and alumni who have experienced first-hand the critical role PV Schools have played in our lives. And because of that, we are committed to continuing the excellent educational experiences for current and future students of the district. 

The importance of participating in elections cannot be understated, and we recognize the need to strengthen voter registration efforts as well as education about ballot issues and needs. It is the duty, and truly the privilege that not all in our world have, of each Arizona citizen to be active and informed, and proudly exercise the right to vote. Your votes have made the difference in the past – our 2011 override measure passed by only 44 votes – and remain vital in supporting PV Schools students, teachers, staff, and community. Your vote is your voice; make it heard through your support of PVUSD.


Bond & District Additional Assistance (DAA) Override ​Election

November 5, 2019

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If approved by voters, the bond will allow the district to: 

  • Repair, replace, and renovate school buildings in need of service, including roofing, flooring, and air conditioning restorations
  • Upgrade and standardize state-of-the-art security systems across the district
  • Continue technology hardware and software upgrades to maintain a high-level, secure network
  • Purchase classroom furniture/equipment and school buses
  • Prepare for the building of a new elementary school to accommodate growth in the district

If approved by voters, the DAA override will allow the district to:

  • Replace outdated district facilities and support vehicles. 
  • Purchase text books, up-to-date instructional materials/software, and related learning technology