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La Honda|Pescadero Unified School DistrictCandidate for Board Member

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Renee Erridge

Leadership Development Professional
928 votes (27.71%)Winning
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Create multiple opportunities for you to share your thoughts and ideas with the school board and district administration.
  • Improve the districts communication processes and technologies so you receive consistent & clear bilingual communication when and where you need it
  • Shift our school curriculum to include more learning experiences that build knowledge through hands-on application



Profession:Leadership and Learning Specialist
Secretary, Pescadero Education Foundation — Appointed position (2018–current)


Columbia University Teachers College Columbia Executive Coaching Certification Program, Executive Coaching (2016)
Wichita State University Bachelor of Arts, Communication and Computer Science (1998)


• Leadership Development Expert

• Learning Technology Specialist

• Certified Executive Coach

• PHS Assistant Basketball Coach

• Secretary, Pescadero Education Foundation

• Member, LHPUSD Distance Learning Task Force

Political Beliefs

Political Philosophy

Every student should walk into our schools knowing they are supported by caring mentors and equitable opportunities to achieve their greatest potential ……  And that happens when we see our differences not as burdens to overcome, but as opportunities to expand our perspectives, engage our community, and advance our school offerings.  The future of education is something to get really really excited about.  And that is because there is a growing effort to shift education from one of compliance, control, and conformism to one that honors the uniqueness of every student and promotes learning through experimentation, creativity, and community experience.  Overcoming challenges like accessibility, social justice, and educational reform calls on an administration, staff and community of people willing to listen, experiment, and learn from trying new things.  In moments like these, people need to feel supported in their work and often a recipe for success can turn a daunting action or decision into something safe to try.  If elected, my unique set of skills allows me to step in right away and provide proven methods, models, and approaches in how we communicate, how we use technology, and how we shape our educational vision and curriculum.

I thank you for your vote!





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