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Orange, Los Angeles County, CA November 5, 2002 Election
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Good Governance of Schools Upholds Public Trust

By Marilyn B. Buchi

Candidate for Board Member; Fullerton Joint Union High School District

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What School Boards Do...
"I'm proud to be part of a school board team who does the job right and upholds the public's trust in governing our schools."


> Involve the community, parents, students and staff in developing a common vision for the district focused on learning and achievement and responsive to the needs of all students.

> Adopt, evaluate and update policies consistent with the law and the district's vision and goals.

> Maintain accountability for student learning by adopting the district curriculum and monitoring student progress.

> Hire and support the superintendent so that the vision, goals and policies of the district can be implemented.

> Conduct regular and timely evaluations of the superintendent based on the vision, goals and performance of the district, and ensure that the superintendent holds district personnel accountable.

> Adopt a fiscally responsible budget based on the district's vision and goals, and regularly monitor the fiscal health of the district.

> Ensure that a safe and appropriate educational environment is provided to all students.

> Establish a framework for the district's collective bargaining process and adopt responsible agreements.

> Provide community leadership on educational issues and advocate on behalf of students and public education at the local, state and federal levels.

Source: California School Boards Association. Professional Governance Standards

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