OPINION: Rafner, Wooden and Gibson the right choice

We are parents and community members motivated to ensure that all the children of the district continue to achieve an exceptional level of academic excellence. We seek candidates for the Del Mar Union school board who value academic achievement, respect the expertise of district staff, and wish to rebuild the trust and stability of our community. For this reason, we endorse Doug Rafner, Scott Wooden, and Krsitin Gibson for election to the school board in 2010.

We are confident that these three candidates are the most qualified and best suited for the role of trustee for our school district. Their educational and professional backgrounds are strong. They all have records of public service demonstrating their integrity and willingness to work on behalf of the entire community. Finally, they each have leadership qualities that will enable them to be both decisive and steadfast in achieving their objectives as trustees.

We invite other parents and community members to join in support of Rafner, Wooden, and Gibson to ensure the future success of our school district.”

Terri Harbison, Ocean Air parent
Martha Murphy,Torrey Hills parent
Alan Kholos, Ocean Air parent
Stephanie Jansen, Sage Canyon parent
Zuliya Khawaja, Carmel Del Mar parent
Amanda Wu, Torrey Hills parent
Irene Lovinsky, Sycamore Ridge parent
Rosalie Pacula, Ocean Air parent
Orna Wittenberg, Sycamore Ridge parent
Erin Howe, Ocean Air parent
Jonathan and Meryl Flam, Carmel Del Mar parents
Julie Siegel, Del Mar Hills parent
Dan and Patrice Gold, Ashley Falls parents
Mark and Ida Mashike, Carmel Del Mar parents
Melissa Jacobson, Sycamore Ridge parent
Gary and Lisa Permutter, Ashley Falls parents
Jeff Perrins, Sycamore Ridge parent
Daryl Gordon, Carmel Del Mar parent
Doug Schulz, Sycamore Ridge parent
Claudia Ehrlich, Carmel Del Mar parent
Eileen Johnson, Sycamore Ridge parent
Angie Brenner, Carmel Del Mar parent
Chris Moor, Carmel Del Mar parent
Christa Eiler, Sycamore Ridge parent
Chris Stevenson, Ashley Falls parent
John Rowen, Carmel Del Mar parent
Victoria Shoushtari, Sycamore Ridge parent
Chris Moor, Carmel Del Mar parent
Doug and Grace Arbon, Del Mar residents
Roberta Basser, Community member
Michelle Carlborg, Sage Canyon parent
Karen Shuman, Sage Canyon parent
Rodney and Katrina Hunt, Del Mar Hills parents
Jill Leibowitz, Del Mar Heights parent
Nancy Benbow, Sage Canyon parent
Kimberly Twomey, Sage Canyon parent
Heidi White, Sage canyon parent
Kelly Ellingson, Sage Canyon parent
Kim Elliott, Sage Canyon parent
Chris Twomey, Sage Canyon parent
Laura Eidelson, Sage Canyon parent

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Posted by Halie Johnson on Oct 20, 2010. Filed under News, Opinion. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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