The Seaside School Board agreed Tuesday to send a $128 million bond measure to voters in November.
The Seaside Signal reports that the proposed measure would combine the district's four schools into a single campus at a 50-acre site currently owned by the Weyerhaeuser Corporation.
If approved, property owners would see taxes that support the district increase by $2.16 per $1,000 assessed valuation.
School board members said the move will get children out of the tsunami inundation zone. The bond measure will also fund technology and curriculum upgrades.
This story originally appeared on Oregon Public Broadcasting.