Bond Programs – Lakeside Union School District

Bond Programs

On November 4, 2008 and November 4, 2014, Prop V and Measure L (respectively) were authorized by LUSD District voters to issue General Obligation Bonds pursuant to a 55% vote in a bond election.  These bonds were approved by voters for facility and infrastructure improvements to our schools.

Citizens Bond Oversight Committee (CBOC)

As a requirement of the bond, the district has established a Bond Oversight Committee to oversee bond expenditures and scope. If you have questions regarding the CBOC, please call (619) 390-2640.

CBOC 2023 – 2024 Meeting Dates

  • October 25th, 2023 – District Board Room
  • March 20th, 2024 – Review Audit Report, District Board Room (Previously scheduled for March 27th, 2024)
  • May 29th, 2024 – Review CBOC Annual Report, District Board Room

*Meetings are held the last Wednesday of the month at 4:30 pm unless otherwise noted.

CBOC Meeting Agendas & Minutes

2023 – 2024

May 29th, 2024Agenda
March 20th, 2024Agenda
October 25th, 2023AgendaMinutes

2022 – 2023

May 31, 2023AgendaMinutes
March 29, 2023AgendaMinutes
January 25, 2023Canceled
October 26, 2022AgendaMinutes

2021 – 2022

May 24, 2022AgendaMinutes
March 30, 2022AgendaMinutes
January 26, 2022AgendaMinutes
October 20, 2021AgendaMinutes

2020 – 2021

May 26, 2021AgendaMinutes
March 31, 2021AgendaMinutes
January 27, 2021AgendaMinutes
September 30, 2020AgendaMinutes
May 27, 2020AgendaMinutes
January 29, 2020AgendaMinutes

2019 – 2012

September 25, 2019
May 29, 2019AgendaMinutes
May 8, 2019AgendaMinutes
May 30, 2018AgendaMinutes
April 25, 2018AgendaMinutes
May 31, 2017Agenda
April 26, 2017AgendaMinutes
June 8, 2016Minutes
May 4, 2016Minutes
June 2, 2015AgendaMinutes
May 27, 2014AgendaMinutes
April 9, 2014AgendaMinutes
June 3, 2013Agenda
April 29, 2013AgendaMinutes
December 3, 2012AgendaMinutes
September 17, 2012AgendaMinutes
July 25, 2012AgendaMinutes
April 30, 2012AgendaMinutes
February 6, 2012AgendaMinutes

Reports & Audits

Current Projects

2022 – 2023 Bond Projects

ProjectLocationStart DateCompletion DateProject DescriptionProject Progress
Infrastructure Modernization and Utility Savings ProgramDistrict Wide3/2022Project will consist of District-wide solar structures, lighting modernization, roof replacements, high efficiency HVAC units, and building automation systems implemented as utility savings measures and renewable energy generation throughout the district facilities. 50% complete

Recently Completed

Photo Gallery

Past Projects

2021 – 2022

Ribbon cuttings

  • Lakeside Farms Elementary Modernization-Office Building, Kitchen
  • Lindo Park Modernization-Multi Purpose Room, Kitchen 
  • Tierra Del Sol Middle School-New Gymnasium, Multi-Purpose Room

2020 – 2021

  • Central Kitchen – Phase I – New Freezer, New Refrigerator, (2) Single Use Restrooms Added
  • Parking Lot Upgrade (4) Sites: Eucalyptus Hills, Lakeview, Lemon Crest, Riverview

2019 – 2020

  • All sites – Replacement of SmartBoards with flat-panel monitors and Apple TV’s in all classrooms.
  • Shade Structures – Eucalyptus Hills & Winter Gardens received playground shade shelters.
  • Flooring Replacement – Lakeside Farms received new flooring in all classrooms.  Lakeside Middle School, Old Hall Building, had original wood floors resurfaced, and new carpet was installed in the hallway.
  • Lakeside Middle School – New roof was installed on the Old Hall Building.
  • Fire Alarm Upgrades – Eucalyptus Hills and Winter Gardens upgraded code-compliant fire alarm systems.
  • HVAC – Lindo Park installed 13 new air conditioning units on portable buildings.
  • Vacant Lot Clean-Up – Vacant lot adjacent to Lakeside Farms was cleaned up and graded (to prepare for future asphalt parking lot).
  • Video Surveillance System Upgrade – District-Wide surveillance system was upgraded and new cameras were installed.

2018 – 2019

The 2018-2019 year included planning activities and quick start construction projects that began but were not completed until the 2019-2020 school year.

2017 – 2018

The 2017-2018 fiscal year was primarily a planning year for future bond projects pending the sale of Measure L, Series B bonds in the fall of the 2017-2018 fiscal year.  The District formed a Facilities Advisory Committee and paid for Consultants to develop a Long-Range Facilities Master Plan.     

Facilities Master Plan

Final Gym Build - Tierra del Sol

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