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Bond Program Project Schedule

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San Diego Unified School District’s upcoming Project Schedule is available in the form of the Management Report provided to the Independent Citizens Oversight Committee (ICOC) Construction Subcommittee throughout the year. This report is internally referred to as the Rainbow Report. This report lists current and scheduled projects being funded by the district's Capital Bond Program (Propositions S, Z and Measure YY). The report is published immediately following each Construction Subcommittee meeting.

Access the Management Report

Please follow these steps to access this document:

  1. Click on this link: https://go.boarddocs.com/ca/sandi/board.nsf/goto?open&id=ANSNA55E38b7
    This link directs the user to the San Diego Unified School District's ICOC Board Docs page.

  2. Select the most recent meeting.
    To do this, click on the current year listed on the left of the screen. This will open all meetings that have already occurred, or are due to occur, this year.
    *Please note, you will not be able to access the Management Report for any meeting that has not yet occurred.

  3. Click on “View the Agenda” on the center-right of the webpage.
    The icons will look like this:
    SDUSD Board Docs Agenda Icons
    The view will now change to the Meeting Agenda view.

  4. Scroll down the agenda items on the left of the screen to the “Construction Subcommittee” option.

  5. Select “Management Report”.
    This will open the notes and attachments of this agenda item.

  6. Click on the attachment entitled "Rainbow Mgmt Report.pdf”.

  1. Depending on the web browser being used, the file may be downloaded or may open in a new tab. Here is a blurred screenshot of how it will appear:

Rainbow Report Example

 And now you know why we call it the Rainbow Report; each color refers to a different project value (see key at the top of the document).