The Board of Education of the Lynwood Unified School District is seeking a qualified, interested individual to serve on a committee of community leaders which will serve as the independent Citizens’ Oversight Committee (“COC”) for the implementation of the District’s Measure K school facilities bond program. The vacancy is for a Business Representative. Application is due to the Superintendent's Office by 4pm on February 28, 2017.
In November 2012, the voters of the Lynwood Unified School District approved a $93 million Measure K facilities bond. In November 2016, voters approved a $65 million Measure N facilities bond. Both programs provide funding for the District to renovate, repair and update our neighborhood schools. Measure K and N bond proceeds can solely be used to improve existing facilities or for new school building construction. Lynwood Unified is dedicated to ensuring that this vital funding that the community invested into our local schools is spent responsibly and that all projects are completed efficiently and at top quality.
It is important that students have safe and comfortable learning environments that support their continued growth. The Lynwood Unified graciously thanks the community for its support of Measure K and N. These positive improvements will benefit generations of Lynwood children. More information on all of these projects can be found by navigating this page.