Randall Sanner
Business organization representing the business community within the District - San Diego Regional East County Chamber of Commerce
 Second 11/30/2022
George Tockstein
Community Member-at-Large
 Second 01/31/2022
Narissa Nodora
Parent or guardian of a child enrolled in the District  who is active in a parent-teacher organization, such as the PTA or a schoolsite council
First 12/31/2022
Daniel Johnson
Community Member-at-Large  Second 01/31/2022
Jennifer Wilson
Parent or guardian of a child enrolled in the District   First 01/31/2022

Dick Hoy

Active member of a senior citizens' organization - Appointed by California Retired Teachers Association First 05/31/2023

Linda M. Jennings

Bonafide member of a taxpayers' association - Appointed by San Diego County Taxpayers' Association
First 05/31/2023
Wayne Hatch
Community Member-at-Large  First 01/31/2022
Jennifer Rios
Community member active in finance appointed by Financial Executives International
 First 07/31/2021
Dirk Epperson
Community member appointed by the Construction Managers Association of America
First 12/31/2022
Jan Canel 

Community Member-at-Large


The committee receives and reviews copies of the annual, independent financial audits of the proceeds from the sale of the bonds until all of those proceeds have been expended for the specific school facilities projects.

The committee ensures that no bond revenues are to be used for any teacher salaries or to be used to supplant administrative salaries or other school operating expenses.

Authorized Activites

Authorized Activites

In addition to the above, and in furtherance of its purpose, the committee may engage in any of the following activities:

  • Inspecting school facilities and grounds to ensure that bond revenues are expended as promised to the voters upon request to facilities personnel at the District
  • Reviewing copies of any deferred maintenance proposals or plans developed by the district and provided to the committee
  • Reviewing efforts by the district to maximize bond revenues by implementing cost-saving measures, including but not limited to, all of the following:
    • Mechanisms designed to reduce the costs of (a) professional fees and (b) site preparation;
    • Recommendations regarding (a) the joint use of core facilities and (b) the use of cost-effective and efficient reusable facility plans; and
    • Mechanisms designed to reduce costs by incorporating efficiencies in school site design
    • The committee may review documents provided to them by the Governing Board and make recommendations. However, the Board, in its sole discretion, may act on the recommendations, as it deems appropriate


Members are appointed to a two-year term. No member may serve more than three consecutive terms.


In addition to the annual report, the committee reports to the GUHSD Governing Board regularly and as deemed necessary, in order to advise the Board on the activities of the committee. Such reports are in writing and summarize the proceedings and activities conducted by the committee.


The committee shall automatically terminate and disband at the earlier of the date when (a) all bond proceeds are spent, or (b) all projects funded by bond proceeds are completed.