The purpose of the Citizen’s Bond Oversight Committee (CBOC) is to provide oversight of the District’s use of bond proceeds and report to the Board and public on their findings. Specifically, the CBOC will ensure all funds are used in support of the projects included in the bond measure and not for unspecified projects, general operating expenses, or teacher salaries. The CBOC will also review cost-saving measures and review the annual independent audits that are required of general obligation bond funds.The CBOC meets at a minimum of 3 times per year.
The Citizens Bond Oversight Committee ("CBOC") is required to provide the public with an Annual Report of activities and conclusion. The attached report provides background related to Measure H and Measure R, status update on funds available for projects and a list of approved projects throughout the district.
The District Staff and CBOC are happy to report all bond funds obtained by the District were used for approved bond measure projects as outlined in each measure language.
The District’s Governing Board is requesting written applications for the openings based on criteria established by Proposition 39, the applicants must:
If you are interested in serving on this volunteer committee, please complete this application below:
The Superintendent or their designee, Asst. Superintendent of Business Services, and the Director of Maintenance & Auxiliary Services will interview applicants and submit recommendations to the Board of Education for appointment.
Questions can be e-mailed to Veronica Lanto, Director of Maintenance & Auxiliary Services, at [email protected] or call 408-283-6160.