District Committees

  • The district-sponsored parent committees are focused on specific academic programs and services as noted in the Local Accountability Plan (LCAP) and the Board approved District Goals and Directions.


    Measure BB

    The Measure BB Citizens’ Oversight Committee is made up of community members serving a two-year term for the purpose of ensuring that the balance of the Measure BB funds is used in accordance with the intention of the voters and with the highest possible level of efficiency to serve the educational needs of the children of our community. To assure broad-based representation, committee members must be in one of the following groups: business representative, senior citizen, MVUSD parent, member of a taxpayer organization, an at-large community member or parent active in MVUSD PTA. If you are in one of these categories and are interested in serving a two-year term on the Citizens’ Oversight Committee, download and complete the application.


    Career Technical Education (CTE) Advisory
    The CTE Advisory Council consists of CTE teachers, counselors, and administrators who provide input on the CTE program and pathways offered in our district. Parents, community, or business members with expertise to provide insights from the business world, are encouraged to join this group. Current district CTE Pathways are Arts, Media and Entertainment, Business & Finance, Construction & Building Trades, Education, Engineering & Design, Health Science & Medical Technology, Information & Communication Technology, Public Services (Fire Science & Law Enforcement), Hospitality, Tourism & Recreation (Culinary Arts), and Transportation (Auto Shop).


    Military Support Advisory 

    Our district has a long-standing collaborative of military liaisons at each school site. Military Liaisons are active staff members who serve as a point of contact for military students and their families. Military families often encounter challenges related to school enrollment, eligibility, placement, and graduation due to frequent relocations in service to our country. According to data provided by the US military, the average military child will attend from six to nine different schools on their K-12 journey. Military families have steadily comprised approximately 12 to 16 % of our student demographics. Our commitment to military families has been recognized by the California Department of Education. Five schools have been designated as ‘California Purple Star’ schools.


    School Site Council (SSC)

    School Site Councils are comprised of parents, teachers, staff, and students at secondary schools (6-12 grade). School Site Councils provide oversight of the academic planning and budgeting process associated with the School Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA) to meet the needs of all students. Each member of the Council shares their unique perspective and knowledge of the school’s needs, as they affect all students, during SSC meetings. Every school in Murrieta has a school site council facilitated by the school principal.