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With OVSD Retirees
With Oratorical Contest winners at the HB Independence Day Parade 2017
At the Village View for Soap Box Derby Event Westmont principal and teachers out walking precincts for Measure R, Prop 55, and Patricia Singer and me.
Teacher, Parent, and Principal campaigning! At the OVSD Board meeting the Westmont School Girl Scouts shared their very own book on water conservation they published. Great work girls!
At an OVSD Board of Trustees meeting with Trustee John Briscoe and HB Mayor Ralph Bauer. Former college professor and HB Mayor Dr. Bauer strongly supports and endorses Measure R. OVSD team effort is shown here, campaigning at Back to School Night at Westmont, pictured are CSEA Chapter 375 president Steve Hunter alongside the Ocean View Teachers Association (OVTA) leaders, Michelle McCray and Marsha Sipkovich.
I had the great honor of presenting an South Coast Air Quality Management District (AQMD) award to environmental justice recipient, Oscar Rodriguez for his advocacy in the Oak Vie area. Talking with voters in the Hope View tract. Out precinct walking with teachers, classified, and admin of OVSD. It is truly a team effort.
I am proud to be endorsed by former Mayor of Huntington Beach Ralph H. Bauer. Dr. Bauer served as the president of OVSD Board, president of HBUHSD Board, and on HB City Council for two terms. Working with students in own 6th grade GATE classroom in Cerritos.
Thanks to HBPD for coming to the Sparks of Love drive at Hope View. At an wonderful community event sponsored by Mariners Church with Oak View teacher Kim Davis and principal Rosa Mendietta.
OVSD students and local entrepreneurs on Keelson Street set up their lemonade stand. With the 2015 OVSD Oratorial Contest participants at at the Rancho Del Rey clubhouse, the contest was sponsored by the Surf City Optimist Club in conjunction with OVSD. Great speeches by our students!
The outdoor street hockey rink for students at Star View in Midway City donated by the Anaheim Mighty Ducks for their G.O.A.L.S. program. Thank you to the Ducks! Hope View Elementary was selected last year as the recipient of City National Bank and Barnes and Noble holiday book drive. Reading is the Way Up, a nonprofit initiative affiliated with City National Bank, collaborated with Barnes and Noble in Newport Beach to share the joy of reading and make a difference in the life of children.Through generous donations made by the customers at the Newport Beach store, a total of 2,750 books were be given to Hope View Elementary school.
Thank you to HBFD (from Heil/Springdale) and HBPD for coming to the annual Muscular Dystrophy Association Christmas party hosted and sponsored by the Surf City Optimist Club. I am proud member of the club. At Westmont/Lake View School for the You Are Special assembly. Great performance by the students!
Tonight our Oak View students from Mrs. Berkers' 3rd grade class performed at the Board Meeting. They performed patriotic songs and recited a special chant in honor of one of Oak View's favorite volunteers, Mrs. Peggy Wanderer. She has dedicated the past 15 years to volunteering at Oak View Elementary School in Mrs. Berkers' 3rd grade class. Thanks to the Orange County Register for covering my achievements in 2015!
At Vista View visiting classrooms, stopped by to see teacher Marcy Drum and her amazing students and witness Restorative Justice for kids in action. At Pleasant View at Easter time visiting preschool classrooms. Guess who is the bunny suit? It is principal Paul James!
At the California School Boards Delegate Assembly in  Sacramento with Sylvia Mendez, American civil rights activist of Mexican-Puerto Rican heritage. At age eight, she played an instrumental role in the Mendez v. Westminster case, the landmark desegregation case of 1946. Pictured with her brother Gonzalo Mendez. Honored to be present for the award for California State Classified Employee of the Year, 2016 to be awarded to College View's own Efren Barrera. Pictured from left to right are Sandy Vaughn of OVSD CSEA Chapter 375, CA State Superintendent of Schools Tom Torlakson, Efren Barrera and I.

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