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Fresno, Monterey County, CA November 5, 2002 Election
 Smart Voter Estela I. Cranston

Candidate for
Board Member; Coalinga/Huron Unified School District; Trustee Area 2

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Biographical Highlights
  • Occupation: Incumbent
  • School Board Trustee for 5 years
  • Lead Officer in Successful Bond Measure B
  • CSBA Master of Governence enrollee
  • County Trustee, Fresno County, Area 10
  • Presenter - Table Talks CSBA Annual Conference 2002
  • Life Time PTO member, past President
Top Priorities if Elected
  • Provide a compliant K-12 instructional program designed to deliver research-based programs that are aligned to State Standards and Frameworks
  • Provide and maintain District Facilities which are safe, efficient and have the infrastructure to utilize modern
  • Maintain a balanced budget and increase the minimum three percent reserve required
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Key Endorsements
  • Community
  • District
Position Papers
Goal - Extensive and Comprehensive Learning
Teachers used to be known for comprehensive teaching, now they are resposible for students comprehensive learning
Finance and Facility Planning for the Future
The importance of maintaining a balaced budget is essential to District operation. Providing safe and professional schools is essential for learning and runing the District.
Political Statement

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