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San Mateo County, CA November 3, 2009 Election
Board Member; San Bruno Park Elementary School District Voter Information

4 Year Term.

Results as of Dec 29 12:09pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (23/23)
27.8% Voter Turnout (77,340/277,759)
Candidates (Vote for 3)
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William "Skip" Henderson 2,554 votes 27.0%

  • Occupation: Governing Board Member of the San Bruno Park School District
Henry C. Sanchez Click here for more information about this candidate 2,221 votes 23.5%
  • Occupation: Physician/Professor
  • Stanford University, B.S. 1978
  • Keck USC School of Medicine, M.D. 1985
  • Build upon and improve the educational experiences for all students including special needs, EL learners, and socioeconomically disadvantaged
  • Develop fiscal strategies that will ensure financial stability in the school district
  • Effective use of technologies in the classroom and among all the district schools
James R. Prescott Click here for more information about this candidate 2,044 votes 21.6%
  • Occupation: Incumbent
  • BS Business Degree USF / Organizational Behavior
  • Teaching Credential Saint Mary's College
  • Appointed by City Council : San Bruno Citizens Crime Committee
  • Past PTA President Crestmoor Elementary
  • Past Member John Muir Site Council
  • Past President Crestmoor Park Homeowners Association
  • I want every San Bruno student to reach his potential and be successful in life.
  • I believe in the complete education of the child, academics, arts, physical ed. and social skills.
  • I want San Bruno Schools to be a source of pride and a model of excellence in public education.
Charles "Chuck" Zelnik, Jr. Click here for more information about this candidate 1,364 votes 14.4%
  • Occupation: Businessman
  • Trustee for San Bruno Park School District just under 6 years
  • 2 Term President of the San Bruno Park School District Board
  • Former PTA President at Crestmoor & Portola Elementary Schools
  • Past Committe Member of Emergency Preparedness & Park & Recreation Committees - City of San Bruno
  • Volunteer Coach / Paid Coach at the high school level
  • Numerous committees - San Bruno Park School District
  • Develop and implement district reconfiguration, complete with the building of a new state of the art middle school with Industrial and Fine Arts.
  • Fiscal solvency in order to continue to provide a quality education for students and quality work environment / compensation for teachers and staff.
  • Implement appropriate changes to raise the state rankings and scores of the schools.
Maria N. Araujo Click here for more information about this candidate 1,287 votes 13.6%
  • Occupation: Food Server
  • School Volunteer
  • Spend money in the classroom, not on administrative staff
  • Improve academic programs at all levels
  • Represent ALL San Bruno students and parents

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Candidate Forums

  • Candidates' Forum
  • Wednesday, 7 October, 7 pm Crestmoor Elementary School
  • 2232 Crestmoor Dr., San Bruno
News and Analysis

Candidate Challenge: Supporting Student Achievement 10/08/2009

New School, Finances 10/05/2009
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