The San Ramon Valley school board is set to confirm its members' committee and liaison assignments and discuss the 2019-20 tax levy related to active bond measures on Tuesday morning.
School board members are assigned as representatives to the various committees that help keep the San Ramon Valley Unified School District operational, such as the Parcel Tax Oversight Committee, Facilities Advisory and Oversight Committee and the Street Smarts program, and they will help guide these groups in accomplishing their various objectives.
Board members will also receive assignments to serve as liaisons for local government agencies, helping keep government officials informed of the activities of the district and at times represent the needs of the SRVUSD.
The SRVUSD Board of Education is scheduled to hold its regular meeting 9 a.m. Tuesday, at the district offices, 699 Old Orchard Drive, Danville.
In other business
* Board members will consider adopting a resolution that will authorize a 2019-20 tax levy by Contra Costa County for the district’s outstanding general obligation bonds for its voter-approved November 2002 and November 2012 bond measures.
According to a report by the district’s chief business officer Greg Medici, staff have recommended that the board authorize a “level tax” of $75 per $100,000 in assessed valuation on all taxable property, for the repayment of the outstanding general obligation bonds.
* The board will also consider issuing eight provisional internship permits (PIPs) to assist with staffing over the coming school year.