The Milpitas Unified School District was successful during the election conducted on November 6, 2018, to issue up to $284 million of the District’s general obligation bonds (Measure AA). The District will establish a Citizen’s Bond Oversight Committee (CBOC), which has the duties and rights set forth in the CBOC bylaws.
The purpose of the CBOC is to provide oversight and accountability on the expenditures funded by Measure AA to ensure that the said funds are spent for the purposes approved by the voters. The CBOC monitors the expenditures of these funds by the District and reports to the Board of Education and the community, on an annual basis on how these funds have been spent. An annual audit is a part of the CBOC’s report to the Board.
The District is requesting written applications for the seven (7) openings based on criteria established by Proposition 39. The applicant must either be:
To be qualified, candidates must be at least 18 years of age. The Committee may not include any employee or official of the District, or any vendor, contractor, or consultant of the District. The appointed member shall serve a 1-2 year term outlined in the CBOC Bylaws. The committee members shall not be compensated for their services. The committee shall meet approximately four times a year. All meetings shall be held within the Milpitas Unified School District in Santa Clara County.
For more information, or to request an application form, please contact the Superintendent’s Office at (408) 635-2600 ext. 6031 or click here to download the form. A Board subcommittee, consisting of at least two Board members and the Superintendent, will review and evaluate the applications. Selected applicants will be contacted for the interview process.
Click here to download application form.
Click here to view Bylaws for Citizen Bond Oversight Committee
DEADLINE FOR RECEIVING APPLICATIONS: January 16, 2019 by 4 P.M.