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November 8, 2016 — California General Election
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Roseville Joint Union High School DistrictCandidate for Board Member

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Rene Aguilera

Incumbent
27,728 votes (17.1%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Respect and support the cornerstone of education.
  • Consider all parent and student concerns.
  • Manage and conserve our financial resources.

Experience

Experience

Profession:School Board Trustee - Incumbent
School Board Trustee, Roseville Joint Union High School District (2012–current)
School Board Trustee, Roseville Joint Union High School District — Elected position (2012–current)
School Board Trustee, Roseville City School District (2002–2012)
School Board Trustee, Roseville City Elementary School District — Elected position (2002–2012)

Education

University of California, Davis (current)
University of California, Davis Bachelor of Arts, Political Science - Public Service (1983)

Community Activities

Founder and Co-Coordinator, UC DAVIS Cesar Chavez Youth Leadership Conference and Celebration (2001–current)
Board of Director and Conference Coordinator, Neighborhoods USA Concerns 2005 Conference (2003–current)
Member, Roseville Coalition Neighborhoods Association (RCONA) (2001–current)
Board of Director, Latino Leadership Conference (2005–2010)
Board of Director, American Leadership Forum - Motherlode Chapter (2007–2010)

Who supports this candidate?

Organizations (2)

  • Sacramento Central Labor Council
  • American Labor Federation - AFL-CIO

Questions & Answers

Questions from League of Women Voters of California Education Fund (1)

A recent law made major changes in the way that the state allocates funding to schools.  What will you do to ensure that the public understands your local control formula for school spending and your plan to measure outcomes?
Answer from Rene Aguilera:

The Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) was signed into law on July 13, 2013 that ended categorical funding for schools.  The LCCF shifted to local school district, the decision-making authority over how to allocate resources to meet students' needs and target additional funding to educate high-needs populations (low income, English learner and foster youth).

Our School District is in our third year of implementation and requires that parents and other community members be engaged in the decision-makling proce our District Staffss. Each year, our District engages as many stakeholders as we can in morning, afternoon and evening meetings out in the community and upon complettion of our LCFF Plan, our District than send a completed application of the Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP), to the Placer County Offices of Educations for approval.

As one of five School Board Trustees up for re-election, I will continue to ensure that the public through communimty meetings with stakeholders add input to the LCAP and that from year-to-year we measure outcomes with data and actual monies spent.

 

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