Measure S Technology Bond

Students at tables in classroom all with computers

The Tustin Unified School District is seeking applicants for its Measure S Citizens’ Oversight Committee.  The 2019-20 Measure S Citizens’ Oversight Committee will begin meeting in late September.  

The TUSD Board of Education appoints members to a committee to inform the public regarding the expenditure of Measure S proceeds to upgrade classrooms, science labs, equipment and instructional technology.  Measure S is the District’s $135 million bond measure that passed in November 2012.The oversight committee engages in activities such as reviewing performance and financial audits, inspecting related school facilities, and discussing the measures impact on instruction.