Solana Beach School District - Independent Citizens Oversight Committee (ICOC)
Call for Applications

The Solana Beach School District is looking for members to serve on its Independent Citizens Oversight Committee (ICOC). Committee members serve two-year terms and provide oversight of the District's $105 million school bond construction program.  The committee ensures bond proceeds are only used to support school construction projects authorized by local voters in November 2016.  

We are seeking a total of seven representatives for the following positions:

(1) One member shall be active in a business organization representing the business community located within the district.

 

(2) One member shall be active in a senior citizens' organization.

 

(3) One member shall be active in a bona fide taxpayers' organization.

 

(4) One member shall be the parent or guardian of a child enrolled in the District.

 

(5) One member shall be both a parent or guardian of a child enrolled in the District and active in a parent-teacher organization, such as PTA/PTO or school site council.

 
(6) Two other members, selected from the public at large.

 

Applications are due April 28, 2017.

 
Please let us know if you intend to apply by submitting an Intent to Apply.
Click on the link to complete an Application.
We appreciate your consideration.
 
Tentative Schedule for Selection of ICOC Members:
Applications Due April 28, 2017
Interviews May 5, 2017 or May 8, 2017
Submit Membership Names to Board of Education for consideration May 18, 2017
First Organizational Meeting June 14, 2017
 

El Distrito Escolar de Solana Beach está buscando personas para que formen parte del Comité de Vigilancia Ciudadana (ICOC, por sus siglas en inglés).   

 

Los miembros del comité sirven un término de dos años y su función es supervisar el gasto del bono de $105 millones para la financiación del proyecto de construcción de escuelas del Distrito. El comité se asegura de que el bono sea utilizado solamente en los proyectos de construcción de escuelas que fueron aprobados por los votantes locales en noviembre de 2016.

 

Estamos buscando un total de siete representantes que reúnan los siguientes criterios:

 

(1) Uno de los miembros debe estar involucrado activamente en alguna organización empresarial que represente la comunidad de empresarios dentro del Distrito Escolar de Solana Beach.

 

(2) Uno de los miembros deberá estar involucrado activamente en alguna organización de personas mayores.

 

(3) Uno de los miembros deberá participar activamente en una organización fiable de contribuyentes.

  

(4) Uno de los miembros deberá ser padre de familia o tutor legal de un alumno matriculado en el Distrito Escolar de Solana Beach.

 

(5) Uno de los miembros deberá ser padre o tutor de un alumno matriculado en el Distrito Escolar de Solana Beach y, además, miembro activo de alguna organización de padres y maestros, como la PTA/PTO o el consejo del plantel escolar.

 

 (6) Los otros dos miembros deberán ser elegidos del público en general.

 

Para mayor información o para presentar una solicitud para servir en el Comité de Vigilancia Ciudadana, favor de visitar nuestro sitio web: www.sbsd.net/ICOC.

 

Las solicitudes deben presentarse a más tardar el 28 de abril de 2017. Agradecemos de antemano su consideración a este asunto.
 

Measure JJ was passed by voters under the rules of Proposition 39 in November 2016, which directs that the Board of Trustees appoint an Independent Citizens Oversight Committee (ICOC) to monitor bond expenditures. This Committee is responsible for providing oversight of the District’s use of Measure JJ bond proceeds and reporting their findings to the Board and the public.  Specifically, the ICOC will ensure that 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 ICOC will also inspect facilities and grounds, review cost-saving measures, and review the annual independent audits that are required of general obligation bond funds.
 
15282. (a) The citizens' oversight committee shall consist of at least seven members to serve for a term of two years without compensation and for no more than two consecutive terms. While consisting of a minimum of at least seven members, the citizens' oversight committee shall be comprised, as follows:
(1) One member shall be active in a business organization representing the business community located within the district.

(2) One member shall be active in a senior citizens' organization.

(3) One member shall be active in a bona fide taxpayers' organization.

(4) For a school district, one member shall be the parent or guardian of a child enrolled in the district.

(5) For a school district, one member shall be both a parent or guardian of a child enrolled in the district and active in a parent-teacher organization, such as the Parent Teacher Association or school site council.
 
   (b) No employee or official of the district shall be appointed to the citizens' oversight committee. No vendor, contractor, or consultant of the district shall be appointed to the citizens' oversight committee. Members of the citizens' oversight committee shall, pursuant to Sections 35233 and 72533, abide by the prohibitions contained in Article 4 (commencing with Section 1090) and Article 4.7 (commencing with Section 1125) of Division 4 of Title 1 of the Government Code.
 
 
 

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