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Twin Rivers Unified School DistrictCandidate for Trustee, Trustee Area 6

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Robbie Robbins

Father/Football Coach
1,233 votes (42.24%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Understanding diversity in our school district. We have one of the most diverse zip codes in the country. As a trustee it will be my job to find out what the needs are and address them first hand.
  • Increase communication between our teachers, parents, and students. We do not have transparency in our school district in area six. As a community I am extremely easy to find and to contact if there is something in question.
  • change the perspective of our district. I want our district to be a destination for all levels of educators, classified, students. Twin Rivers is a great school district and will get better with my leadership.



Profession:Youth Coach, Father
Professional paint specialist, Behr Paint (2018–current)
Member at large, Gardenland Northgate Neighborhood association — Elected position (2019–current)
Founder, Gardenland Proud — Elected position (2016–current)
Head of community murals, Natomas Garden arts collective — Elected position (2020–current)

Community Activities

Founder, GardenLand Proud (2016–current)
Member at large, GardenLand Northgate Neighborhood Assocation (2017–current)
Head of community murals, Natomas Garden Arts Collective (2020–current)
Neighborhood leader, Sacramento Tree Foundation (2017–current)
volunteer, The Greenhouse (2020–current)


I am a long-time member of our community. my wife, Maria grew up in this neighborhood and have chosen to raise their children here.

   As a 2005 graduate of Grant High School, I have carried on the tradition of the Pacer family of giving back by supporting our youth. I have served as a football coach for the Pacers where I focused on teaching the players to become responsible members of the community and to be proud of being a Pacer for Life. 

Not only have I supported our kids in school, I am an active, productive member of our community. I have contributed positively in many ways as an active member of several community organizations:


  • · Gardenland Proud – I founded this community-based organization. Its first project was working with the Sacramento Kings to redo the basketball courts in Gardenland Park where I grew up playing. 
  • · Gardenland Northgate Neighborhood Association - I was elected to the board and has a key role in organizing movie nights, basketball clinics, Christmas giveaways and much more. 
  • · Sacramento Tree foundation As a Neighbor WOODS leader. The mission of the Sacramento Tree Foundation is to grow thriving communities through stewardship of our urban forest. 
  • · Natomas Gardens & Arts Club - The Mission of the Club is to nurture and promote the artistic and gardening talents of our community and to increase both the independence and inter-connectedness of the residents. This organization has completed many projects in our community and provides education to our students at Garden Valley Elementary.
  • · Stanford Settlement – This organization has been providing services to our community for years.
  • · The Greenhouse – This organization offers after-school tutoring, mentoring, spiritual development, and leadership development for under-resourced youth in our community
  • You can always find me working towards making our community a better place for us to live and raise or families.


            In 2017, I received the N Factor Award. This award is to recognize people who live or work in Natomas and give generously of their time, energy and resources to make it a better place for us, In 2018, my work with Gardenland Proud, was acknowledged by the City of Sacramento Park Board.  The City created an award for volunteers that dedicate the time and resources that benefit the youth, parks, & community. I was the inaugural winner. 

My wife and I, Maria, are both Twin Rivers Alumni. They have one child attending school in Twin Rivers with the other one to follow shortly.

Who supports this candidate?

Featured Endorsements

  • California Schools Employee Assocation
  • Michelle Rivas President of Twin Rivers Unified School District
  • Twin Rivers United Educators

Organizations (5)

  • Sacramento County Democratic party
  • Sacramento Stonewall Democrats
  • Women Democratic party of Sacramento
  • Iron workers local 118
  • Sacramento labour council

Elected Officials (5)

  • Annette Emery Former president Grant Union High School District board of trustees
  • Linda Fower Trustee , Twin Rivers Unified School District board of trustees
  • Chris Jefferson Clerk, Twin Rivers Unified School District Board of trustees
  • Stacey Bastian Trustee, Twin Rivers Unified School District Board of Trustees
  • Michael Baker Vice President of Twin Rivers Unified School District

Individuals (2)

  • Roger Westrupt Former President of North Sacramento/Twin Rivers Board of Trustees
  • Linda Thompson Former president of grant union high school district board of trustees

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