Openings are now available on SJUSD’s Measure H Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee (CBOC)
Tired of complaining and want to have a real impact? Become a member of San José Unified School District’s Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee. Responsible for reviewing the use of taxpayers’ money for San José Unified school projects, Measure H CBOC volunteers examine how Measure H funds are being used for upgrades at SJUSD school sites. Committee members typically meet only four times per year and must live or work within the boundaries of San José Unified School District. One of Randy's neighbors, Mary Ann Burke <email@example.com>, serves as the committee's chair and would be happy to talk about their work. She says a volunteer would serve on a board appointed for a two year term and attend four two-hour meetings a year, starting at 6 pm at rotating San Jose Unified District schools. Let her know ASAP if interested. Meeting dates for the current school year are August 26, November 25, February 24, and June 1.
For more information on the CBOC as well as a CBOC application, visit go.sjusd.org/measurehcboc <http://go.sjusd.org/measurehcboc> , email firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com> or call (408) 535-6444. Apply today.
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Christ the Good Shepherd
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