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November 6, 2018 — California General Election
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Fallbrook Union High School DistrictCandidate for Board Member

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D. J. Campe

Parent
4,003 votes (23.7%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Promote no bullying and the acceptance of all humans as they are uniquely created and live in our world
  • Encourage growth in all facets of the educational process through professional learning, team building and sharing ideas between teachers, classified staff and administrators.
  • To maintain a fiscally balanced budget

Experience

Education

Clarkston High High School, College Prep (1975)

Community Activities

Member, positions as asked, President twice, PTA at all my children's schools. (1999–2014)
Member, President, Fallbrook North County Networking Group (2001–2008)
Member, president, Fallbrook Ag Boosters (1996–1999)

Biography

Business owner of  Valet and general parking service Detroit MI 1976-1081

USMC Meritoriously promoted tp PFC, Cpl, Sgt, SSGT, In Four years and five months. Billets performed radio operator,  drill instructor, senior drill instructor, radio chief, and communications chief. 1981-1991

Manager feed store 1991 through 1996

Started and owned feed store 1997-2011

Playground supervisor, classroom aide, custodial 2012-2018

Volunteer to many community needs and projects.

Avid reader of philosophy, theology and human justice 

Questions & Answers

Questions from The League of Women Voters North County San Diego (4)

What are the pressing problems of this school district, in your opinion, and what experience do you bring to the Board that will help address these problems?
Answer from D. J. Campe:

The simple answer is that the school has forgotten the middle-of-the-road students and below. We must improve the academic results of these students. The best way to accomplish this is to go to the teachers and classified staff and develop a TEAM plan to inspire the students that need the greatest help.

What is your view of charter schools?
Answer from D. J. Campe:

Charter schools take money away from the primary public school in the community. Therefore they do not promote the academic requirements of the middle to lower performing students.   

Should the district curb its school choice initiatives (for students who are not in charter schools), so that more students stay in their neighborhood schools? Why or why not?
Answer from D. J. Campe:

Fallbrook at this time has slowed down the choices available and I feel that this is a solid policy.

Are there school discipline strategies or behavioral support programs that you find appealing alternatives to exclusionary or punitive discipline? If so, which ones, and why?
Answer from D. J. Campe:

I feel that in all conflicts, the very best way to solving them is through discussion and understanding of the human being across from you. We spend way too much time hating others and not enough time learning to appreciate and even love other human beings. There are many programs available that teach school leaders to conduct these resolution programs. They should be implimented to stop hatred and bullying. 

Political Beliefs

Political Philosophy

Do unto others as you want done unto you. Take care of you neighbor before yourself. Look for what needs to be done to make a better world and go do it.

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