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East Side Union High School District Seeks Applicants for the Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee

The East Side Union High School District is recruiting applicants to serve on the Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee (CBOC).

Measures G, E and I were passed under the rules of Proposition 39, which directs the Board of Trustees to appoint a Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee to monitor bond expenditures. This Committee is responsible for reviewing expenditures related to the three general obligation bonds passed by voters: Measure G ($298 million) approved by voters in March 2002; Measure E ($349 million) approved by the voters in February 2008; and Measure I ($120 million) approved by the voters in November 2012. Members serve twoyear terms.

The current CBOC has 14 members. The terms of 7 of the members will expire on May 31, 2014. All of the members whose terms are expiring are eligible to reapply.

No employee or official of the District can be appointed to the Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee. Also vendors, contractors, or consultants of the district are not allowed to serve as members of the Committee.

For more information on the roles and responsibilities of the CBOC or to download the application, please visit http://www.measuree.com/cboc/applyforcboc/.

Deadline for submitting applications is by 5 PM on Wednesday, April 30, 2014. Completed applications can be sent by email, fax or U.S. mail to:

Mary Guillen at GuillenM@esuhsd.org Fax: 408.347.5015Address:

East Side Union High School District Superintendent’s Office
830 N. Capitol Avenue
San Jose, CA 95133 

Students interested in joining the AVID Program, please visit Ms. Andrade in room D307.

Academy Applications (STEAM | Finance | Teaching) are NOW being accepted for the 2014-2015 school year.  
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GOODWILL GRANT: FREE after-school programs & tutoring

 

San Jose Public Library Donor Campaign (Letter)

The Educational Park Branch of the San Jose Public Library is an extraordinary resource and offers a safe place for our students to study.
Hours: 
Monday and Thursday, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Tuesday & Wednesday, 11 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Closed Friday, Saturday, and Sunday

Please consider making a contribution to the help support this vibrant learning center. A community-wide effort is raising funds to help transform the lives of our students, their families and neighbors.  All gifts of $100 or more will be acknowledged on a permanent donor wall placed prominently in the new library.

Parents--If you have not done so, please register for SchoolLoop.  Click "Register Now" to get started.  It will take 1 work day for your account to be approved.

Students--if you have any questions (including lost passwords or forgotten login names/passwords), you can ask any of your teachers for help.  Or visit Ms. Daniell in A312 during Break.

The mission of Independence High School is
to provide a supportive learning environment that enables all students to achieve academic and personal success.

ESLRS: Expected Schoolwide Learning Results

 

Every student will be a critical thinker
Indicators: Students will be able to organize, analyze, evaluate, and synthesize information apply knowledge in a variety of situations compute and problem solve

Every student will demonstrate personal responsibility
Indicators: Students will be able to work independently and collaboratively be prepared for class with appropriate materials attend class regularly and on time be engaged in the learning process treat self and others with respect demonstrate personal, academic, career, and life-skills planning

Every student will be an effective communicator
Indicators: Students will be able to read and write in English at the appropriate grade level demonstrate speaking and presentation skills use technology as a tool to communicate effectively with others demonstrate effective listening skills

Every student will be an informed and involved community member
Indicators: Students will be able to demonstrate an understanding of our democratic system and its values understand and employ compromise to solve problems participate in school and community activities

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Published: 3/27/14

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Today: 4/24/14
11:00 AM Holiday: Spring Break
All Day: IHS School Library Open!
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Regular Day Schedule

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Counseling Notes

UPDATED!!! IMPORTANT COUNSELING DATES - SPRING 2014
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Posted by: Leota Kuzma (Counseling N-Q)
Published: 1/29/14

SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION - updated
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Published: 9/17/13

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