Measure J Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee Currently Seeking New Members

South San Francisco, CA   July 5, 2018 Submitted by SSFUSD

In 2010, the citizens of South San Francisco passed the Measure J Bond.  As part of any state bond construction, a citizens’ oversight committee is mandated by law.  As stated in the California Education Code, members can serve for a maximum of three two-year terms.


Interested in serving on the CBOC?  Please see below for more information.  We are looking forward to hearing from some great community members!






The Board of Trustees of the South San Francisco Unified School District is seeking applications from individuals interested in serving on the Measure J Bond Oversight Committee. Representation is sought in the following areas:


  1. Representative from a business organization in the District
  2. Representative from a Senior Citizens’ Organization
  3. Parent/Guardian of a child in the District
  4. Parent/Guardian of a child in the District also active in a Parent-Teacher Organization
  5. Representative of a bona fide Taxpayers’ Organization


Please direct inquiries and requests for applications to:


Mr. Michael Krause

Assistant Superintendent, Business Services

South San Francisco Unified School District

398 B Street

South San Francisco, CA 94080



Applications should be received by

Friday, July 13, 2018, 5:00 PM,

Business Services Office

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