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Alameda County, CA March 7, 2006 Election
 Smart Voter Ray Gadbois

Candidate for
Governing Board Member; Piedmont Unified School District

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Biographical Highlights
  • Occupation: Financial Advisor
  • 30 years of education and work experience in accounting, finance and business management, including CPA and MBA from UCLA
  • 8 years as active volunteer and proven leader in the school community working closely with School Board & District staff
  • 5 years of service on the board of the Piedmont Educational Foundation, as Treasurer, Investment Committee Chair, Vice President and now President
  • Co-chair of 2005 Parcel Tax Committee, working closely with the District to analyze the budget and prepare a 5-year forecast of funding requirements
  • Member of Budget Advisory Committee, learning about the District budget and providing input to the Superintendent on priorities
  • Ray and his wife Deborah have 2 children in the Piedmont Schools, including a 7th grader in the Middle School and a 4th grader at Wildwood
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Top Priorities if Elected
  • Quality of Education: renew our focus on the academic curriculum in order to maintain and enhance the quality of our educational program
  • Strong Fiscal Management: develop a long term financial plan and goals in order to achieve a sustainable budget model
  • Seismic Risk Reducation: establish a comprehensive decision process in order to make our schools safe with prudent use of bond funding
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Position Papers
Letter of Support for Measure E
Ray Gadbois supports Measure E as the beginning of a comprehensive process to make our schools safer for students, teachers, and the whole community
Candidate Announcement and Background
Ray Gadbois announces candidacy for Piedmont Board of Education in order to continue serving the school community.
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