Bond Oversight Committee
- Applications are available by clicking the image below
- Application deadline is December 3, 2021
- All applications will be given to board chair to review along with criteria established
The Bond Oversight Committee is an independent, community-based advisory committee with the charge to monitor the planned improvements, costs, schedule, and progress of the bond program.The committee will meet quarterly or as needed to review bond funded projects and offer advice and recommendations to the School Board.
The Bond Oversight Committee shall be composed of no fewer than 7 and no more than 11 members, to be appointed by the Board Chair and approved by the Board. Members shall primarily be professionals with experience in finance, auditing, public budgeting, banking and general business. The District’s Director of Operations & Safety and Chief Financial Officer shall serve as ex officio members.
Procesos de Selección
- Las aplicaciones están disponibles haciendo clic en el botón de abajo
- La fecha límite de solicitud es el 3 de diciembre de 2021
- Todas las solicitudes se entregarán al presidente de la junta para que las revise junto con los criterios establecidos.
El Comité de Supervisión de Bonos es un comité asesor independiente basado en la comunidad con el cargo de monitorear las mejoras planificadas, los costos, el cronograma y el progreso del programa de bonos. El comité se reunirá trimestralmente para revisar los proyectos financiados con bonos y ofrecer asesoramiento y recomendaciones a la Junta Escolar.
El Comité de Supervisión de Bonos estará compuesto por no menos de 7 y no más de 11 miembros, que serán nombrados por el Presidente de la Junta y aprobados por la Junta. Los miembros serán principalmente profesionales con experiencia en finanzas, auditoría, presupuestos públicos, banca y negocios en general. El Director de Operaciones y Seguridad del Distrito y el Director Financiero servirán como miembros natos.
The form can be found by clicking the button below. Fill out the application completely and return it to Tbailey@509J.net or mail to 445 SE Buff St, Madras OR, 97741. Applications must be received by Dec. 3rd by 5pm to be considered.
Long Range Facilities Plan
The educational facilities within the Jefferson County School District include two High Schools, three Elementary Schools, one Middle School, two K-8 Schools, and one online school. In addition to the educational structures, the Jefferson County School District also supports a Performing Arts Center, a support services building, a transportation/maintenance operations office, transportation/ maintenance shop and warehouse, a food service warehouse, a grounds maintenance shop and eight Warm Springs Housing Units.
The purpose of the long-range facility plan is to inspect and review the condition of all present facilities and their operating components, review the District’s educational standards, examine factors that may impact the future of facilities within the District and student population growth, and provide the District with recommended options for facility upgrades and improvements.
The information presented in this Long-Range Plan and the recently completed Facilities Assessment is intended to provide the Jefferson County School District with a clear picture of current and potential future facilities’ needs, allowing Administrators and Board Members to take a proactive approach to future growth and educational priorities.
Selection Process Applications are available by clicking the button to the right Application deadline is December 3, 2021 All applications will be given to board chair to review along with criteria established The Bond Oversight Committee is an independent,...
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