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November 6, 2018 — California General Election

Conejo Valley Unified School DistrictCandidate for Board Member

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Angie Simpson

Mother/Biotech Professional
17,700 votes (12.64%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • I support parents in their choices for their children's education.
  • I support taking reasonable measures to enhance the security of schools to protect our kids.
  • I will practice fiscal responsibility. I oppose reckless spneding at the expense of tax payers and property values.





As a former CVUSD English teacher, coach and parent of a current CVUSD student, I've seen the incredible power of a first-rate education.  Our top quality schools greatly enhance the ability of our kids to discover their strengths and passions on their way to becoming capable, happy adults.  


I am running for School Board because I have a genuine passion for learning, children and community leadership.  I believe the School Board should be answerable to taxpayers.  And while our teachers, coaches, administrators, and contract staff are valuable contributors that should be cherished, the School Board isn't a rubber stamp that should just "trust the experts".  The School Board has a responsibility to ensure money is being spent wisely, that ours schools are safe, that our children receive the best education possible, and that the tough questions have transparent answers.



Since 2001, our family has been blessed to live in the Conejo Valley. I have enjoyed giving back by serving on local boards and appointed positions for both CVUSD and the City of Thousand Oaks.


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