"The basis of the city providing millions in funds was that the school did not have any money available to do the projects," Gordon said. "The documents I am requesting will confirm whether or not that's so."
Gordon last week said that an unidentified source approached him and said the bond money may have been mishandled.
"The way I understand it is someone told him that money was set aside for the fields, and that we don't need the city's money," school board member Dave Kemp said. "That's not true. I don't think he will find anything we did was wrong."
Included in Gordon's request was a copy of the district's facilities master plan, which he said lists which projects were to be funded based on an extensive assessment.
School board President Roberta Reynolds said the district is cooperating with the request, which surfaced last week before the council was presented with an update on the field rehabilitation at John Burroughs High School. Reynolds added that district officials were aware of Gordon's request before he sent the letter, and are working to compile the information.
"I think he's entitled to everything he asked for because they're all public documents," Kemp said. "But I think he's demanding things at a speed where it's impossible to get them to him quick enough."
Burbank Unified School District Measure B97 passed with more than 71% of the vote in 1997.
The general obligation bond was to be used to modernize classrooms and school facilities, and not for administrator and teacher salaries.