Bond Oversight Committee
The Grossmont Union High School District is seeking applications to fill a vacancy within the eleven-member Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee (CBOC). The CBOC oversees the implementation of Proposition H, the $274 million general obligation bond measure passed in March 2004 and Proposition U, the $417 million general obligation bond measure passed in November 2008, to bring facility improvements and renovations to the Districts’ schools. The appointee will serve a two-year term beginning July 2013 in the capacity of“Parentat-Large” and will be eligible for a second two-year term, with the condition that the appointee must have a child or children continuously enrolled in a District school for all term periods.
In order to apply, you must….
a) Be at least 18 years of age
b) Not be an employee or official of this district
c) Not be employed as or by a vendor, contractor, or consultant of this district
d) Be willing and able to attend monthly meetings of the committee (Monthly meetings are typically
scheduled on the last Wednesday of each month at District Headquarters from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m.)
e) Be willing and able to attend monthly subcommittee meetings
Announcing the 2013 GHS Graduation Porch!
Grossmont High School and RACC present
College Night and Mini-Fair
Thursday, May 9, 2013 6pm-8pm
Grossmont High School - Library
Meet with admissions representatives from multiple colleges like University of Arizona, UCSD, Oregon State University, Hawaii Pacific, and more!
Guest Speakers: Regional Admissions Counselors of California (RACC) regionaladmissions.com
Sponsored by the GHS Counseling Team
College Night will teach you:
How to Apply and Get into a Great College
What Standardized tests you need to take and when to take them
The Benefit of Choosing Out of State colleges and the Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE)
How Colleges make their decisions about whom to accept
Log on to ghscollegenight.eventbrite.com to register, but even if you forget to register, please come!