Though votes were still being counted Wednesday morning, it appeared that Santa Clara County voters overwhelmingly backed measures to increase funding for their respective school districts and community colleges.

Nearly all parcel taxes and school bonds are poised to pass — except for parcel tax and school bond measures for the Evergreen Community College District and parcel tax for Campbell Union High School District.

Evergreen’s parcel tax, known on the ballot as Measure I, would levy an $18 parcel for nine years that will help attract and retain quality faculty and provide food, housing, fees, books and transportation assistance as well as job training for students. It is currently ahead with 61% of the vote, but needs two-thirds of the vote.

Measure I, needs a 55% vote to pass and it is currently at 53% in favor. This measure would raise about $53 million annually to upgrade campus facilities.

Campbell Union district

The Campbell Union High School District is also short by 3% of the vote to approve an $85 parcel tax to support smaller class sizes.

The rest of the county’s educational parcel taxes, which require at least two-thirds of the votes, seem on track to pass.

Franklin-McKinley district

The Franklin-McKinley School District has Measure K is a five-year $72 parcel tax that would raise $1.2 million annually to expand tutoring and counseling programs for at-risk students, maintain small class sizes and enhance reading math and science programs. It is currently poised to pass with about 71% in support.

Fremont Union district

About 74% of voters in the Fremont Union High School District were in favor of a $98 parcel for five years to fund advanced academic programs.

Loma Prieta district

The Loma Prieta Joint Union Elementary School District had 71% of voters support the $164 parcel tax for seven years to maintain core academic programs and retain qualified teachers.

Palo Alto Unified

Palo Alto Unified School District parcel tax of $836 for six years also passed with 78% of the vote to support various academic programs and provide more resources to at-risk youth.

School bonds across the county, which require only 55% of the vote, also appear set to pass.

This includes school bonds at Evergreen Elementary (56% in support), Mt. Pleasant Elementary (64% in support) and Cambrian (62% in support) school districts.

Election results had not been certified as of press time and will be updated again on Wednesday.