El Dorado County, CA November 2, 1999 Election
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Lennie Schwartz

Candidate for
Board member; Lake Tahoe Unified School District

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Biographical Highlights
  • Occupation: Technology Consultant/Educator
  • Involved in public education for 25 years, taught at all levels and district office.
  • Served the educational needs of South Lake Tahoe children for 22 years
  • Being on the school board will allow me to continue working and advocating for all the children in our community
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Top Priorities if Elected
  • I believe a school board must be responsive and receptive to parents,staff, students and the community at large, encouraging an open dialog.
  • My efforts as a board member would center on serving all of the children in the community.
  • A key issue for school boards is to create a long-term vision, mapping a course that provides the necessary opportunities for students.
Position Papers
Why I'm Running for a Seat on the School Board
I have served the educational needs of our communities children for over 22 years. My knowledge and experience will help me to provide leadership and build a vision all can share in. The board must be responsive and listen to all constituents.
Key Endorsements
  • The Teachers of Lake Tahoe Unified School District
  • Mark Shehadi
  • David Olivo
Campaign Contact Information
E-mail: lenniejs@aol.com
Phone: 530-577-4921 (Evenings)
Fax: 530-577-2324
560 Wintoon Dr.
South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150

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