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November 8, 2016 — California General Election
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Glendora M. Tremper

40,239 votes (41.65%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Creating access to Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics for all students
  • A safe environment that addresses cultural sensitivities.
  • Fiscal accountability.




Dr. Glendora M. Tremper was appointed to the Board of Education on April 23, 2012 and elected on November, 2012.  Dr. Tremper is the parent of an 11th grade student at Chula Vista School District's Bayfront Charter High School.  She is actively involved with political organizations to ensure education is forefront in the minds of our elected officials.  She continues her tradition of being an involved parent as an active member of Bayfront Charter High School's Parent/Community Council.   Historically, Dr. Tremper, has been active in CVESD's PTA, as President, Secretary and Parliamentarian, as well as Chair to many events.  She was CVESD's Budget Advisory Parent Chair for 5 years.


Dr. Tremper currently works as the Lead Language-Speech and Hearing (LSH) Specialist/Special Education Coordinator for River Springs and Harbor Springs Charter Schools in Temecula and was formerly a Coordinator of Student Support Services in the South Bay Union School District.  For the last 24 years, Dr. Tremper has volunteered for InterFACE, a non-profit organization proving reconstructive surgery and ancillary services to children with Cleft Palate in Mexico.   


Dr. Tremper was born in Cincinnati, Ohio.  She lived in Europe, Venezuela, Canada, Boston, MA and El Paso, TX before settling in San Diego.  She is bicultural/bilingual, fluent in Spanish.  Ensuring the needs and legal rights of all students are met has been Dr. Tremper's educational focus for 21 years. She believes that partnering with teachers, parents, and the community is key to ensuring each student's academic success.


Who supports this candidate?

Featured Endorsements

  • Mayor of Chula Vista, Mary Salas
  • Dr. Carmen E. Quintana, Teacher
  • Congressman Juan Vargas

Official Statement

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Source: San Diego County Registrar of Voters

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Governing Board Member – Seat 4

Governing Board Member, Chula Vista Elementary School District/ Educator/Parent/Volunteer

Dr. Tremper, an involved parent of a Chula Vista Elementary School District student, educator, community member, and Governing Board Member. She believes a transparent, collaborative, and equitable approach is necessary for students to achieve their full potential.

Dr. Tremper, a 21 year veteran educator and administrator in Special Education. An advocate, she supports a quality education for all students. Chula Vista Elementary School District’s test scores have continuously equaled or outranked other districts in the state and nation.

Dr. Tremper, is inclusive, listens to all voices in guiding the education of students. Chula Vista Elementary School District has a Visual and Performing Arts program for all students, increased collaboration time for teachers, and improved students’ health and fitness with its Health and Wellness Plan.

Dr. Tremper wants to ensure Chula Vista Elementary School District moves forward with a wellorganized and feasible plan towards cultural competency/sensitivity.

Dr. Tremper is endorsed by Congressman Juan Vargas, Senator Ben Hueso, Assembly Members Shirley Weber and Tony Atkins, Chula Vista Mayor Mary Salas, the Democratic Party, and other electeds and community members.

As a parent, educator, community member, Board Member, and volunteer, Dr. Tremper represents all the elements necessary to achieve Chula Vista Elementary School District’s vision of a quality education for all children.

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