Sandee Everett Announces School Board Candidacy
For Immediate Release:
Thousand Oaks, CA – Sandee Everett has announced her candidacy for the Conejo Valley school board. As a mom, a licensed school counselor and with a long track record of community service, Sandee is uniquely positioned to bring new insight to the CVUSD Board of Education.
“I am running for School Board because I believe that schools should be all about preparing every student to be a successful, productive member of society. The school board needs members who will respect parents and who don’t have political agendas. I will be a voice for parents, completely focused on providing excellence in education while fostering a safe learning environment to accomplish this.”
One of Everett’s priorities is improving communication between parents, teachers and the larger education community. Parents should be well-informed and school board members should be responsive and accountable to the community they serve. As the mother of five current and former CVUSD children, a former PTA president and a California K-12 licensed school counselor, Sandee is fully engaged in real-life education and will bring fresh and valuable insight to the Conejo Valley School Board.
The Conejo Valley Unified School District was founded in 1974 and comprises the areas in Ventura County contained within Thousand Oaks, Newbury Park, parts of Westlake Village, as well as some adjacent unincorporated areas. CVUSD serves approximately 21,000 students.
The election for the CVUSD school board will take place in the general election on Tuesday, November 8, 2016. For more information, please visit www.SandeeEverett.com.
Contact Cheryl Bisera, Communications Director