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Los Angeles, Orange County, CA November 3, 2009 Election
 Smart Voter A. Kimo Morris

Candidate for
Governing Board Member; Rowland Unified School District

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Biographical Highlights
  • Occupation: Scientist/College Instructor
  • Ph.D., Biology, UCLA '06; M.Sc., Entomology, OSU '98; B.A., Zoology, UCSB '94
  • Adjunct Professor-Mt. SAC, Fullerton College, Cypress College
  • Business owner / Industry consultant (12 years)
  • Long-time active community member
  • PTA President, School-Site Council member, Parent of a 4th-grader in RUSD, Husband to an RUSD alumnus
  • Parent participant on multiple RUSD Committees
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Top Priorities if Elected
  • To vigorously promote a responsible long-term fiscal plan that maintains the exemplary educational program for which RUSD is well known.
  • To lead the drive for a continuously emerging District focusing on a global perspective and technological preparedness for all District learners.
  • Ensure RUSD remains attractive to families, through academic excellence, community programs, technical training, and the promotion of community pride.
Key Endorsements
  • San Gabriel Valley Tribune newspaper
  • Association of Rowland Educators
  • Judy Nieh - Governing Board of Trustees, Rowland Unified School District
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