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Petaluma Joint Union High School DistrictCandidate for Board Member

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Carol Ann Street

11,954 votes (19.3%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • To make children and teachers, in that order, the top priority in our school district.
  • In these unprecedented times, to help protect our children and teachers from decisions that would place them at risk health wise.
  • To study the budget and expenditures in the district so that money is not spent on things that are not necessary for educational growth.



Cinnabar School Board, Cinnabar School Board Cinnabar School Petaluma, CA — Elected position (1988–1996)


Dominican University BA & Ca teaching credential, English, Math, & Education (current)


I was raised in Marin County where I graduated and received my teaching credential from Dominican University. Since that time I have attended classes whenever I felt it necessary to improve my knowledge in a given area. For example taking "Gold Rush Country" when I was teaching fourth grade. Or attending the NCMC math conference at Asilomar when I was teaching math. Over the years I have worked in various districts throughout the state.  I returned to the Sonoma County area over 40 years ago. Since then i have either beern teaching or I have taken time off to raise my seven children.  My last 26 years of teaching was at Petaluma Junior High. I retired from PJHS in July 2019. 

Political Beliefs

Political Philosophy

I believe that the school board's job is to take care of the most vulnerable in our district, the children. To do this we have to make sure we take care of the teachers and the classified who work the closest with the children. Children cannot protect themselves. We must hire and support the people who are on the front line. 

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