The Centinela Valley Union High School District recently locked in savings of over $5.2 million for local taxpayers by refinancing a portion of Measure CV bonds approved by voters in 2010.
On April 12, 2016 the CVUHSD Board voted unanimously to approve a resolution authorizing the refinancing of nearly $30,000,000 of its current bonds. The District took advantage of the historically low interest rate environment and replaced bonds with an average interest rate of approximately 5.73% with new bonds at an all-inclusive interest rate of 3.32%. All of the savings from the refinancing will be passed back to District taxpayers in the form of lower property tax bills. The refinancing did not extend the term of the original bond payments.
Leuzinger High School senior, Kimberly Rodriguez was informed on Monday, April 18th, that she is a recipient of the 2016 Gates Millennium Scholarship (GMS), which will cover her costs when she attends UCLA for her undergraduate program. She plans to study Business and Psychology. She also plans to continue on to graduate school at an ivy league university, and if she chooses to study Computer Science, Education, Engineering, Library Science, Mathematics, Public Health or Science, she will be eligible for GMS fellowship funding for master’s and doctoral degrees.
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson announced R.K. Lloyde as a Model Continuation High School. Lloyde is being recognized for their innovative teaching approaches that enable students with diverse needs to complete their high school education.
Leuzinger senior Jennifer Rodela was surprised while in class by Edison International, who awarded her a $40,000 scholarship. She was one of only 30 high school seniors to receive the scholarship this year. Jennifer is graduating as valedictorian with a 4.7 GPA and plans to study Computer Science at either UC San Diego or UC Irvine.
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