The candidates and campaign committee decided to run a “slate” versus two separate campaigns to pool resources. Elections incur costs, can be a second full-time job time-wise, and tend to do best with community involvement. Hence, Chris and Annette, who support each other’s candidacy, wanted to combine their efforts. They are NOT a single ticket, nor a block vote.
Chris is currently a MUSD Board appointed seat holder since March of this year. He has been a part of the MUSD community for over a decade with countless hours aiding Coyote Valley activities, the PTO, aiding in the construction of the playground, and working with the PTO. Chris is ready to continue giving his time to shaping the future of our district in a positive way for our students, staff, and community. He brings a unique perspective to the district with knowledge of school facilities and the need to offer an environment for all to thrive.
Board Focus if Elected
Improve our school facilities so our students have a clean and safe environment to learn in
Offer students more after school support as well as a robust summer school program to ensure success
Take advantage of the huge grants and state funds available school districts like ours.
Increase special education support for our teachers and students
Increase outreach to parents and foster more parent involvement
As an MUSD parent for the past ten years, Annette believes the time is right to step up and help ensure MUSD provides the high-quality academic and safe social-emotional environment that our children deserve. She has extensive training and experience helping educational institutions serve students successfully and is 110% committed to seeing MUSD thrive for the sake of all of our children.
Primary Objectives if Elected
Ensure timely and effective internal and external communication across all levels of the District, including improved engagement with parents
Partner with other Lake County agencies to develop strategies to recruit and retain high-performing educators
Seek out new funding opportunities
Enlist parental and community involvement in the Local Control Accountability Plan and use the Plan as a guiding/planning tool for all District resource development and spending