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November 6, 2018 — California General Election

Victor Valley Union High School DistrictCandidate for Member, Governing Board, Area 4

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Joshua Garcia

3,077 votes (60.74%)Winning
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Ensure a safe and welcoming learning environment for students, faculty, and parents.
  • Foster educational resilience and achievement through school, family, and community partnerships.
  • Maintain fiscal accountability and balanced budgets, ensuring students come first.



Teacher, Riveside Preparatory (2018–current)
President of Oro Grande Board of Trustees, Oro Grande School District — Elected position (2010–2017)


Chapman University Bachelors Degree, Social Science (2006)



My name is Joshua Garcia, and I am running for the Victor Valley Union High School District Board of Trustees. I have served on the Oro Grande School District Board of Trustees from 2010-2017. During this time, I was an instrumental part of growing the district’s student population, solidifying financial longevity and enhancing educational strategies.


I have resided in the High Desert my entire life, attended Victor Valley High School, and currently work as an educator. When elected, I will seek to enhance the educational achievement of students in the district and will ensure our children obtain the best education possible to prepare them for the future.


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