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Measure AA Bond

The Measure AA Citizen’s Oversight Committee is looking for new members! The independent oversight committee meets quarterly to ensure the Measure AA bond money is only being spent on the facilities projects directed by the bond language. The committee consists of parents or guardians of student’s enrolled in CUHSD, community members, business leaders in our district, and senior citizens. Currently, we have a position open for a person over the age of 65 active in a community organization. For more information and to apply, please email Andrea Ciplickas at
On March 17, 2020, Governor Newsom issued Executive Order N-29-20, which temporarily suspended parts of the Brown Act during the countywide shelter-in-place.  We are adapting to this, while still providing the public with an opportunity to observe and participate in the Measure AA Citizens' Oversight Committee meetings. We look forward to the time these meetings can resume to be conducted in-person.
Members of the public may submit a request to make a Public Comment by telephone through this Public Comments form also located in BoardDocs, beginning 15 minutes before the Measure AA Citizens' Oversight Committee meeting. Those that submit a public comment form will be called via telephone at the number they provided in the form. If the person does not answer, the Committee President will move onto the next public comment request. 

Thank you so much to all who voted to pass Measure AA! With your support, the Campbell Union High School District’s (CUHSD) facilities improvement bond, Measure AA, passed on November 8, 2016.  Now we have the funding needed to complete the next set of a vital school facility, safety, and technology upgrades at all our campuses. Our top priority at Campbell Union High School District has always been to provide an outstanding and well-rounded education for our local high school students.


Students growing up in the heart of Silicon Valley should be the best trained and most prepared to compete in the fields of technology, science, and engineering. Many of our high schools were built more than 60 years ago and required essential improvements to ensure classrooms provide a safe, modern learning environment that prepares students to remain competitive in academic and career pursuits.


Furthermore, enrollment is growing in our local high schools because of the in-demand education they provide.  Your support in passing Measure AA will help us remedy this issue.  Additional classrooms will be added to prevent overcrowding. This, along with other campus improvements, will help CUHSD meet the evolving needs of our community.


Measure AA Citizens' Oversight Committee agendas and supporting documents can be found in BoardDocs.  To follow along with the agenda during the Committee meeting, please use your preferred electronic device or print a copy of the agenda before arriving at the Committee meeting using the BoardDocs link: 


View the agenda at CUHSD BoardDocs

View live and recorded meetings


For up to date information about Measure AA progress, please follow our  Facilities Twitter Account, view the live Branham construction video feed, check out the links below, and/or send questions to


Measure AA Facilities Bond Updates 
Citizens' Oversight Committee Report for Measure AA

Board and Staff Presentations & Analysis