The Citizens Oversight Committee (COC) is an advisory body that is responsible for the review of Measure G and Measure J revenues and expenditures of AESD. The COC is composed of members who are private citizens. The Committee consists of at least seven (7) and not more than nine (9) members appointed by the Board from a list of candidates submitting written applications. To be a qualified person, he or she must be at least 18 years of age & the Committee may not include any employee, official of the District or any vendor, contractor or consultant of the District.
|Jessie Álvarez||Parent/PTA Representative||02/13/21|
|Bob Gardner||Senior Citizen Representative||02/15/21|
|Ryan Hall||Parent/PTA Representative – Committee Vice Chair||02/15/21|
|Robin Mundshau||Community At-Large Representative||02/13/21|
|John Orr||Community At-Large Representative – Committee Chair||03/08/22|
|Mariellen Sereno||Taxpayer’s Association Representative||02/15/22|
Become a Member
Currently accepting applications for Business Representative and Community At-Large Representative
Anaheim Elementary School District is accepting applications from residents within the District who wish to serve on the Measure G and Measure J Bond Citizens’ Oversight Committee for the following seats: Senior Citizen and At-Large. The mission of the committee is to oversee the expenditure of bond funds for the construction, repair, and modernization of schools by the Anaheim Elementary School District. Applications can be found on the District’s website by clicking here for English or here for Spanish and at the District Office located at 1001 S East St. Anaheim, CA 92805. Applications are due by 4:30 p.m. on June 8, 2018 or until filled. Please call 714-517-7549 for more information.