School District Seeking Volunteers for 'Measure M Citizens' Oversight Committee'

Applications are due by Jan. 10.

Information provided by the Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District—

In November 2008, the Livermore electorate passed a parcel tax, known as Measure M, to provide funds to maintain critical programs for Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District (LVJUSD) students. Specific in the ballot language was the formation of an independent Citizens' Oversight Committee to perform annual audits.

The LVJUSD is extending an invitation to the Livermore community to apply for vacancies on the Measure M Citizens' Oversight Committee. The LVJUSD has 5 positions to fill on the Committee this year. The positions to be 
filled are: 
  •  One (1) parent/guardian of a student enrolled in the District and active in a parent-teacher organization or School Site Council
  •  One (1) member of a business organization in the business community  located in the District
  •  Two (2) members of the community at-large
  •  One (1) financial professional
The Committee usually meets in the evening at the LVJUSD District Office, during the months of March through May, on dates agreed to by the committee. In addition, the committee prepares an annual report for the Board of 
Education, to be presented at the first Board meeting each June.

If you would like more information about the Measure M Citizens' Oversight Committee, please contact Susan Kinder, Chief Business Official, skinder@lvjusd.k12.ca.us, (925) 606-3255.

Applications are due 1/10/14 and can be found in the Community section of the District web page: http://www.livermoreschools.com/cms/page_viewd=x&piid=&vpid=122857882253

Applications should be turned in at the LVJUSD District Office, 685 East Jack 
London Blvd, Livermore, Attention: Susan Kinder.

Additional contacts:
School Board President Kate Runyon, krunyon@comcast.net (925) 454-1139
Chief Business Official, skinder@lvjusd.k12.ca.us, (925) 606-3255


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