Measure V authorizes the use of Proposition 39 general obligation bonds to pay for facilities and improvements, technology to support high quality instruction, new classroom construction, school safety, campus security, upgrades to playfields, athletics, performing arts and music, and improving energy efficiency district-wide. Proposition 39 requires a 55% supermajority of the voters voting for bond measure approval; LEUSD's Measure V was passed by a 66.74% majority. We thank voters for their overwhelming support!
The primary role of the Citizens' Oversight Committee is to actively review and report to the public on the expenditure of bond funds for school construction and technology improvements based on the list of projects included in the Measure V bond measure, as well as to receive and review annual independent performance and financial audits.
Committee responsibilities are outlined in California Education Code Section 15278(b) and the District’s Citizens' Oversight Committee Policies and Regulations and include:
For questions, or inquiries:
Assistant Superintendent Facilities and Operations