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Citizen's Oversite Committee

Measure H (2004) Ballot Language

In 2004, the Hawthorne School District Board of Trustees decided to place a bond measure on the November 2004 ballot. The ballot language was as follows:

To reduce severe overcrowding in neighborhood schools, improve safety and learning, and qualify for State matching funds, shall Hawthorne School District construct new classrooms, replace aging portables with permanent classrooms; reconfigure, acquire and construct school sites and facilities; and improve emergency/safety/security systems, technology, electrical capacity, building interiors, exteriors, grounds and equipment, by issuing $24,000,000 of bonds at legal interest rates, with citizen oversight, no money for administrators, and all funds benefiting our local schools?

On November 2, 2004 the citizens of Hawthorne overwhelmingly passed the $24 million General Obligation Bond for the Hawthorne School District with 78.95 % of the vote.

Pursuant to California Education Code 15282 , a Citizens Oversight Committee was approved by the Board of Trustees on March 9, 2005.

Measure H (2008) Ballot Language

In 2008, the Hawthorne School District Board of Trustees decided to place a bond measure on the June 2008 ballot. The ballot language was as follows:

Shall the Hawthorne School District be authorized to issue $20,000,000 in bonds at legal interest rates to acquire, construct, and improve local schools, including security improvements throughout the District to reduce vandalism, additional classrooms and athletic fields at the charter high school, and gymnasiums for student and community use, with a citizens’ oversight committee, annual audits, and NO money for salaries, administration, and overhead?

On June 3, 2008 the citizens of Hawthorne passed the $20 million General Obligation Bond for the Hawthorne School District with 61.89 % of the vote.