League of Women Voters of California
Los Angeles County, CA
March 6, 2001 Election
Board Member; Baldwin Park Unified School District Voter Information
4 Year Term.
|Special Election to fill the unexpired terms (ending in November 2003) of two incumbents who have resigned.
(Vote for 2)
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Order is random and changes daily.
Maria Christina Lucero
William Gregg O'Hanlon
Amanda Cornejo Serrato
- Occupation: Educator
- 30 yrs, U.S.A.F. 15 Active, 15 Reserves
- Retired District Internal Investigator
- Eagle Scout, and still involved in Scouting
- School Site Council Chairman
- District Advisory Council Representative
Richard O. Granados
- Ensure that the quality of education continues on its upward trend.
- Work closely with school district and city personnel.
- Keep public informed on all issues through the media as often as necessary.
- Occupation: Businessman,Insurance Agent
- Certification-Teaching Credential Program-CSULA-1981
- B.A., SOCIOLOGY- U.C.L.A-1980
- KIWANIS Int'l-Lieutenant Governor 1990-91
- Member-Partner in Education
Jack B. White
- Promote educational learning skills to improved students test scores on the Standard 9 .
- Strengthening after school tutoring and mentoring programs.
- Renovation of school buildings and new construction of classooms.
- Occupation: Retired Law Enforcement Executive
- School Board Member/President 9 years
- Baldwin Park City Mayor/Councilman 10 years
- Retired Los Angeles Police Commander
- Retired Bureau Chief, LA County Dist Atty Office
- BS, Criminal Justice, Cal State LA
- Attract and retain top quality administrators, teachers and classified staff
- Insure that Baldwin Park Children have the best possible education
- Improve our test scores
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