Proposition P Bond Citizens Oversight Committee
In November 2010, voters in the city of Encinitas and the south Carlsbad area of Rancho La Costa passed a $44 million bond extension. The bond funds will benefit all nine EUSD schools and will help the district in three areas. The first will be to provide students with 21st Century classrooms including infrastructure upgrades and provide technology tools for students and teachers. The second area of focus for Proposition P is on energy efficiency which will include providing solar energy, install solar tubes for lighting, bring reclaimed water for irrigation, replace inefficient heating and air condition systems, and upgrade restroom fixtures. The third area will focus on upgrading and renovating existing facilities around the district.
The Citizens Oversight Committee (COC) oversees how the Proposition P (passed in 2010) bond funds are spent in the district. The bond funds will benefit all nine EUSD schools and will assist in providing 21st-century classrooms and renovating facilities, providing technology tools for students and teachers, providing green energy efficiency such as solar energy, and developing the district's Farm Lab. The following are meeting agendas and meeting minutes from the Citizens Oversight Committee: