7-11 Committee

  • The committee consists of 7 to 11 members, representatives of:
    -Ethnic, age group, and socio-economic composition of the District;
    -Business community (store owners, managers or supervisors); 
    -Teachers;
    -Landowners or renters (preference to neighborhood association representative) 
    -Administrators;
    -Parents of students and;
    -Persons with expertise in environmental impact, legal contracts, building codes, land use planning (including local zoning and land use restrictions).

    The committee’s duties include:
    -Review the projected school enrollment and other data provided by the District to determine the amount of surplus space and real property;
    -Establish a priority list of use of surplus space and real property that will be acceptable to the community;
    -Cause to have the priority list circulated throughout the attendance area;
    -Provide for hearings of community input on acceptable uses of space and real property, including sale or lease for child care development purposes per Ed. Code §17458;
    -Make a final determination of limits of tolerance of use of space and real property; and
    -Provide a report to the Board recommending a determination of whether real property is surplus and recommending uses for any surplus property. (Ed.Code §17390)

    The committee actions are:
    -Review demographics
    -Investigate potential surplus sites
    -Evaluate District needs
    -Evaluate market for property
    -Restrictions on reuse (zoning, suitability, Naylor Act)
    -Formulate recommendations
    -Hold public hearing(s)
    -Finalize recommendations

    The final committee report should include:
    -A determination of school(s) appropriate for closure;
    -A determination of highest and best use of property based, in part, on consultation with local zoning authorities to determine potential permissible uses;
    -Information based on a District-obtained title report to evaluate the effect of any restrictions, covenants or reversionary clauses (optional);
    -Information regarding whether any state bond funds have been granted within the last 10 years for improvement of the property (Ed. Code §17462.3)

    7-11 Committee Public Hearing Notice

    All meetings will be from 6:00 - 7:30 pm and will be held at the San Bruno Park School District Office.

    Should you have any questions, please contact Wendy Richard, Associate Superintendent at wrichard@sbpsd.k12.ca.us