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November 8, 2016 — Elección General de California

Miembre de JuntaJefferson Union High School District4 Year TermNovember 8, 2016Elección General de California

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November 8, 2016Elección General de California

Jefferson Union High School DistrictMiembre de Junta4 Year Term

Resultados electorales

  • 100% de distritos activos (77/77).
  • 323,303 boletas electorales serán contadas.

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¿Quién se está postulando?

Puede votar por 2 candidatos de 3 candidatos totales.
Los candidatos se ordenan en función de los resultados de las elecciones.
Incumbent
21,693 votos (34.2%)Winning
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  • Focus on student achievement and ensuring they graduate with career relevant and college ready skills to succeed in our community
  • Stay responsive and be a voice for all members of our community
  • Ensure that our district is fiscally viable and accountable with full transparency
Profesión:Mother, Executive Assistant
Board Member, Jefferson Union High School District — Cargo elegido (2012current)

Kalimah Salahuddin has served on the Jefferson Union High School District Board of Trustees since 2012.  In April 2014 Kalimah was elected to the California School Boards Association's (CSBA) Delegate Assembly to represent the Jefferson Union High School District and the region.  She also serves as secretary for the San Mateo County School Boards Association and as a member of the Advisory Board for the Big Lift for San Mateo County. 

Last year she was appointed to the Board of Directors of Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco where she has been a volunteer for the past eleven years.

Kalimah has managed three successful campaigns to bring in local funding for Pacifica School District and Jefferson Union High School District.   She also has served on the board of directors of Educate Our State and as president of Saving Pacifica Schools, supporting public schools at the local and state levels.   
 

Kalimah is a passionate advocate for public education and has worked to ensure that every student in the Jefferson Union High School District can thrive.  She is mother to three wonderful college students, all of whom graduated from JUHSD schools. 

 
  • State Senator Jerry Hill
  • Jefferson Elementary School Board Clerk Manufou Liaiga-Anoa'i
  • Jefferson Elementary School Board Member Shakeel Ali
  • Jefferson Elementary School Board Member Clayton Koo
  • Pacifica School Board Vice President Kathy Shiokari
  • Pacifica School Board Clerk Elizabeth Bredall
  • Pacifica School Board Vice Clerk Laverne Villalobos
  • Pacifica School Board President Matt Levie
  • Pacifica School Board Member Andrea Gould
  • San Mateo County Board of Education Trustee, Area Two Beverly Gerard
  • San Mateo County Board of Education Trustee, Area Three Hector Camacho
  • San Mateo Community College District Board Member Maurice Goodman
  • San Mateo Community College District Board Member Karen Schwartz
  • Jefferson Elementary School Board Vice President Marie Brizuela
  • Jefferson Elementary School Board President Rebecca Douglass
  • County Supervisor Don Horsley
  • Assemblymember Kevin Mullin
  • Assemblymember Phil Ting
  • Daly City Vice Mayor David Canepa
  • Daly City Councilmember Ray Buenaventura
  • Daly City Councilmember Mike Guingona
  • Pacifica Mayor Sue Digre
  • The Peninsula Young Democrats
  • Brisbane School Board Member Roxana Hui
  • Redwood City Councilmember Shelly Masur
  • Pacifica Councilmember Mary Ann Nihart
  • Pacifica Mayor Pro Tem Mike O'Neill
  • Pacifica Councilmember Karen Ervin
  • American Federation of Teachers, Local 1481
  • The San Mateo County Labor Council
  • The San Mateo Democratic Party
  • The North Peninsula Democratic Club
  • Daly City Personnel Commissioner Perla Ibarrientos
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Funding to schools

A recent law made major changes in the way that the state allocates funding to schools.  What will you do to ensure that the public understands your local control formula for school spending and your plan to measure outcomes?

Respuesta de Kalimah Salahuddin:

Communication and outreach to our stakeholders is key to ensuring that we have a Local Control Accountability Plan that is reflective of the community and meets the needs of our students.  I am very proud of the way that our district has ensured that we have a robust and active District Advisory Committee that includes parents and students.  Our advisory committee receivies the necessary training and a breakdown of the supporting information to help them through the process of determining where we should focus for the year.  We have a section of out website that is dedicated to the our Local Control Accountability Plan and has a listing of all the meeting dates for the year, minutes from the previous meetings and all the material that was given or presented to our District Advisory Committee.  Once the Local Control Accountability Plan is completed it is published in a variety of ways, a one pager inforgraphic, a exectuive summary, a fiscal breakdown and the full plan.  So that you can get a high level over view or a real deep dive depending on your comfort level with the material.  These are also all posted to our website for the public.

Appointed Incumbent
20,935 votos (33%)Winning
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  • Retain teachers
  • Improve communication internally and externally
  • Provide workforce housing in an effort to retain staff as we cannot compete salary-wise eight other nearby high school districts
Profesión:Financial Controller
Board Member, Jefferson Union High School District — Cargo designado (2015current)
Board Member, Jefferson Union High School District — Cargo designado (2015current)
University of California, Davis B.S. Agricultural and Managerial Economics, Accounting, finance and economics (1992)
  • Assembly member Kevin Mullin
  • Senator Jerry Hill
  • Assembly member Phil Ting
  • San Mateo County Democrats
  • San Mateo County Central Labor Council
  • North Peninsula Democratic Club
  • Peninsula Young Democrats
1.
Funding to schools

A recent law made major changes in the way that the state allocates funding to schools.  What will you do to ensure that the public understands your local control formula for school spending and your plan to measure outcomes?

Respuesta de Andrew Lie:

Our district annually prepares a one page summary of how those funds are spent along with the results of such spending based on the goals that we set.  We take this info to the public, whether at street festivals like the Pacifica Fog Fest or to regular meetings of the various school parent teacher organizations.  We also solicit public input from our community and stakeholders, including parents, teachers and students when we prepare the next year's local control accountability plan to help identify what issues and programs should be funded the next school year.  

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Roberto A. Marques

Medical Technologist / Teacher
20,875 votos (32.9%)
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  • Improve school standards. Graduation must be earned and not expected by putting in the time.
  • Stop wasteful spending in the district. Money is tight but too much is wasted. If technology is to be purchased there must be plans for its replacement.
  • Stop blaming teachers for the poor performance of the students. Administrators brag about graduation rates but never mention the graduates skills for college or work.
Profesión:Retired Medical Technologist (30 years), and retired science teacher (13 years)

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