School Facilities Bond Passes

The bond needed a 55% ballot majority to pass for the November 6, 2018 election. It received a higher than expected 67.34%! Thank you Alpine County citizens for your strong support of our District’s School Facilities Bond – Measure B!
You are helping keep our schools clean and safe by supporting repairs and safety upgrades to aging fire and electrical systems, leaky roofs and outdated classroom technology. You are also making our future better by preparing our students for the competitive 21st Century economy.

Recruiting for Citizens’ Oversight Committee

A requirement of the bond is the formation of the Citizens’ Oversight Committee. The duties of the committee is to inform the public, review expenditures, and present an annual written report to the board of education. The committee is required to meet at a minimum of once per year. 

Committee members must be at least 18 years of age and reside within the District’s geographic boundary.

Each committee member shall serve a term of two years and may not serve more than three consecutive terms.

The committee will need, at a minimum, to include representatives from:

  • Business Organization (e.g., Chamber of Commerce)
  • Taxpayer’s Organization
  • Senior Citizen’s Organization (E.g., Alpine’s50+ Club)
  • Parents and Guardians,
  • Parents from an active group in support of the District such as our Alpine County Parents Group or Bear Valley Education Foundation

All applicants will be considered and a final recommendation will be placed on the  school board agenda for approval.

If you are interested in serving please fill out the application. For any questions please call Lia Story at (530) 694-2230.

On behalf of all District and County Office of Education Staff,Students, and School Board we offer our sincerest gratitude.

Important Links

Committee Bylaws