Measure G Bond



The District’s $198,250,000 General Obligation Bond (Measure G) successfully passed in the November 6, 2012 election, enabling the District to finance technology and facility improvements. On February 21, 2013, the District successfully sold $55 million of bonds, Series “A”, for the funding of these improvements. The current interest structure allowed a True Interest Cost (TIC) of 3.6431% for the 30 year financing. Based on the assessment provided by Cumming, our facilities consultant, staff has prioritized the first $55 million of bond proceeds into the following five categories: Major Maintenance & Repairs, Modernize School Facilities, Safety & Code Upgrades, Technology, and Cost Savings. The 2013 summer bond projects will include the Burnett modernization, Charter School multipurpose room, the Britton fencing project (in cooperation with Home & School Club), and various roofing projects.


Measure G Citizens Oversight Committee

Citizens’ Oversight Committee

This Board appointed committee was established to inform the public concerning the expenditure of the Measure G Bond proceeds. The Committee’s legal charge is to actively review and report on the expenditure of taxpayers’ money for school construction in accordance with voter-approved projects, ensuring the Measure G bond revenues are expended only for the purpose described.

Citizens’ Oversight Committee Vacancies

  • Business Representative
  • At Large Community Member

Proposition 39 Bond Election

On November 6, 2012, voters residing within the Morgan Hill Unified School District passed Measure G. Measure G is a $198.25 million bond measure that authorizes funding for needed repairs, upgrades, and new construction projects to the District’s schools. Proposition 39 required a 55% super majority for approval; Measure G was passed by 64.89%.

Establishment of a Citizens’ Oversight Committee

After a bond authorized under Proposition 39 is passed, state law requires that the Morgan Hill Unified School District Board of Education appoint a Citizens’ Oversight Committee to work with the District.

Committee Responsibilities

In accordance with Education Code Section 15278(b), the Citizens’ Oversight Committee shall:
• Inform the public concerning the District’s expenditure of Measure G bond proceeds;
• Review expenditure reports produced by the District to ensure that Measure G bond proceeds were expended only for the purposes set forth in Measure G; and
• Present to the Board of Education in public session, an annual written report outlining their activities and conclusions regarding the expenditure of Measure G bond proceeds.

Click here for the Bylaws which govern the Citizens’ Oversight Committee.

Appointment of Committee Members

All appointments will be made by the Board of Education from applications submitted to the District.

Time Commitment and Term

Each term is set at two years and the committee meets quarterly at different school sites for an hour to two hours each meeting.

Would You be Interested in Serving?

If you wish to serve on this important committee, please review the committee bylaws for more information about the committee’s role and responsibilities and complete the application.  Applications will be accepted until positions are filled

Completed applications should be sent or emailed to Allison Murray.
Morgan Hill Unified School District
15600 Concord Circle, Morgan CA 95037
Telephone: (408) 201-6052

Citizen Oversight Committee Information

Facilities Master Plan

The Morgan Hill Unified School District has initiated a Facilities Master Plan (FMP) process to identify long term demographic trends, assess current facilities conditions, and envision educational program opportunities in order to develop strategies that address these needs, and their impact to the school site facilities, in a comprehensive and thoughtful manner. The FMP will strive to align with and support the District’s Mission:

“The Morgan Hill Unified School District’s central purpose is to educate students.  In partnership with parents and the community, we create learning environments where all students learn and are empowered to achieve their unique potential.  We model and nurture civility, respect, compassion, personal responsibility, curiosity, and integrity in an environment of diversity, equity, and service.”

As a District, we value our stakeholders and understand that an effective Facilities Master Plan must be built on a foundation of District, Parent and Local Community input.  The FMPC will meet monthly during the development of the plan recommendations.  Presentations will be heard about the status and progress of the Master Plan, with updates on critical issues that arise during its development.

Facilities Master Plan 

Board of Education Presentation February 28, 2019



Measure G Reports

Department Information

Contact Information

Casino Fajardo

Director of Construction and Modernization

Jackie Schaefer

Project Coordinator

Tom Herrington

Construction Supervisor

Robert Orlando

Construction Project Supervisor

Callie Barron

Accounting Specialist