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WCCUSD - Bond Program Information

Pinole Valley High School Construction
Pinole Valley High School Construction

If you are interested in knowing more about the $1.6 Billion WCCUSD Bond Program, the links below will assist you.

WCCUSD - Bond Program
If you have a questions regarding the School Bond Program for the District you can contact them by completing this contact form.

If you have a specific question regarding the School Bond Program you may submit it directly to the CBOC Chair, Ivette Ricco at ivettericco@gmail.com.
Your inquiry will be forwarded to Mr. Bill Fay, Associate School Superintendent for response.
Responses will be listed under Frequently Asked Questions on the CBOC Website under FAQ.

West Contra Costa School Bond program, Project Status Report.
Gompers & LPS, Helms, Ohlone, PVHS, Portola.

Photo Gallery

Construction Budgets 2013

Program Master Schedule

Bond Program Budget

Bond Program Background

Project Status Reports

WCCUSD and CBOC websites for School Bond Program
WCCUSD
WCCUSD CBOC (Citizens Bond Oversight Committee)

WCCUSD School Board

Pinole Valley High School Construction
http://www.wccusd.net/site/default.aspx?domainid=689

 

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Giorgio C. January 22, 2014 at 08:23 AM
Thank you, Ivette. This is great!
Ivette Ricco January 22, 2014 at 01:59 PM
I hope this facilitates communication and provides a resource for the public. Questions submitted and responded to are now on the CBOC website under FAQ.

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