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Los Angeles County, CA November 6, 2007 Election
Governing Board Member; East Whittier City School District Voter Information

Results as of Nov 21 4:55pm, 100.00% of Precincts Reporting (20/20)
Candidates (Vote for 2)
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Dimitri C. Elbling Click here for more information about this candidate 2,028 votes 39.12%

  • Occupation: Teacher
  • Gaduate from Cal. State Fullerton
  • 15 years of experience teaching elementary and middle school.
  • Five years on the Board of Directors fot the Teachers Association of Norwal - La Mirada.
  • Exstensive experience on school district committees.
  • Enriched curriculum including visual and performing arts, manuel arts and technology.
  • Strong, effective and collaboration control of school sites.
  • Supportive programs for the needs of all students.
Carlos Aparicio Click here for more information about this candidate 1,153 votes 22.24%
  • Occupation: Teacher
  • Bachelor's Degree from Long Beach State
  • Administrative Ceredential from Cal Poly Pomona
  • Masters in Educational Leadership from Cal Poly Pomona
  • High School Baseball Coach
  • I want to Increase Parent Involvement
  • I want to Hire and Retain Highly Qualified Teachers
  • I want to make sure our budget is being spent wisely that support our students, teachers, and classroom
Michael A. "Mike" Cirasole Click here for more information about this candidate 1,134 votes 21.88%
  • Occupation: Business Services Consultant
  • I am a 55 year resident of the East Whittier City SD
  • My career has spanned 33 years - all devoted to public service
  • 26 years of my career has been with the Los Angeles County Office of Education
  • BA - Accounting, CSUF - 1972
  • MPA Candidate, CSULB
  • AA - Business Administration, Rio Hondo CC + 1969
  • I support learning methods that result in well educated students and continue the progress in student achievement
  • I support teachers and students with the resources they need to be successful
  • I want to ensure that our schools are safe and clean environments that promote learning
Angel E. Gallardo Click here for more information about this candidate 869 votes 16.76%
  • Occupation: Public School Administrator
  • Doctorate in Organizational Leadership ( University of La Verne)
  • Serving 22 years in the public school system.
  • Served as a teacher and as a counselor.
  • Served as an assistant principal.
  • Served as a middle school principal.
  • Served as a high school principal.
  • I support school policies that provide a positive and safe learning experience for all children and that welcomes active parent participation.
  • I support our classrooms and schools being equipped with the tools necessary for teachers to provide a quality education for every student.
  • I support prudent fiscal budgeting that ensures resources for the classroom that attract and retain highly qualified teachers.

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  Official Information

East Whittier City School District
District Statistics
Candidate Forum

Wednesday October 3

  • time: 7:00pm - East Whittier City School District
    - 8:30-9:45 pm - Whittier Union High School District
  • place: Whittier City Council Chambers, 13230 E. Penn St.
  • conducted by: League of Women Voters of Whittier
News and Analysis

Whittier Daily News

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