The funds would go toward roof, heating and ventilation repair, as well as work on area tracks and parking lots that are in disrepair.
Sisters School Board member Don Hedrick says part of the funds would help put laptops in the hands of all students.
"The other small piece of this is to have money to supply every student in the district with a laptop. We're lagging behind in digital education and this would repair technology in the phone system that have to be updated for the laptops."
To pass the bond measure, voters have to approve it by a simple majority.
School district leaders say it's been seven years since the district has put any significant funds into facility maintenance.