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San Jose, CA - The Santa Clara County Committee on School District Organization has a vacancy in Supervisorial District 3 effective July 1, 2020. The County Committee has 70 days from the date of the resignation to fill the vacant seat. If the Committee does not fill the vacancy within the 70 days, then the County Superintendent will fill the seat. The appointee will serve until the term of office of the vacant seat expires in November 2023.
Any eligible person who would like to be considered as a candidate for appointment is invited to submit an application. Applicants must be registered voters and must reside within Supervisorial District 3. Supervisorial District 3 includes all or parts of the following school districts: Alum Rock Union Elementary, Berryessa Union, Cupertino Union, Evergreen, Milpitas Unified, Mount Pleasant, Mountain View Whisman, Oak Grove, Orchard, San Jose Unified, Santa Clara Unified, and Sunnyvale. (High School Districts are not listed since they belong in the same supervisorial districts as their feeder elementary school districts in most instances). Applicants can verify residency in Supervisorial District 3 by calling the Santa Clara County Office of Education at (408) 453-6869.
The candidate selected cannot be employed by the Santa Clara County Office of Education (SCCOE) or any school district while serving on the County Committee. School district board members are eligible to serve.
The primary responsibilities of the County Committee are the reorganization of school districts (through territory transfers and unification) and the establishment and rearrangement of governing board trustee areas in the school districts. The County Committee is the central initiator, coordinator, facilitator, and arbitrator for these operations. It formulates plans, responds to petitions, conducts public hearings, develops and releases information, and analyzes proposals.
For more information on the County Committee please visit the following website:
Interested individuals should submit a letter that includes interests and qualifications for the position. Include a minimum of three references and a resume. Submit materials to Santa Clara County Committee care of Suzanne Carrig, 1290 Ridder Park Drive, San Jose, CA 95131-2304 or email them to email@example.com. For further information, contact Suzanne Carrig at (408) 453-6869.