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LWV League of Women Voters of California
San Mateo County, CA November 5, 2002 Election
 Smart Voter Jolanda Schreurs, Ph.D.

Candidate for
Board Member; Cabrillo Unified School District

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Biographical Highlights
  • Occupation: Scientific Consulting/Mother
  • PhD Pharmacology, Stanford / B.S. Cornell Univ.
  • Scientist, Project Manager, Department Head - Biotech R&D
  • Scientific Illustration for Graduate Level Textbook, Seminars, Slide Shows
  • 7 yrs of service as Co-Chair Measure K ($35M facilities bond), PTA President, Site Council Chair, Operation Band-Aid, etc see Bio
  • Mom- 2 Cabrillo students in 9th& 5th grade; lit clubs, science fairs, book fairs, band, wrestling team, mathathons, art shows
  • flutist, avid book reader, multi-lingual (fluent Dutch- high school French),
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Top Priorities if Elected
  • Excellence in educational content, programs, and opportunities for ALL children
  • Increase revenue- to support teachers, staff, programs, services (busing)
  • Build a middle school- Wavecrest, or an alternate site large enough to support Boys/Girls Club
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Key Endorsements
  • Rich Gordon, Supervisor SMC; Don Horsley,Sheriff SM County; Susan Alvaro
  • CUSD Board: Ken Jones, Ruth Palmer, Marina Stariha,Dwight Wilson,Ken Wilson
  • Cabrillo Unified Teachers Association, San Mateo County Times
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Position Papers
CUTA and CSEA Forum 09/30/02
A forum for the candidates for CUSD was held at Farallone View School by the CUTA and CSEA (Cabrillo Unified Teachers Association and California State Employees Association).

Candidates were asked to present a 2 min opening statement and answer 6 questions (with a 2min time limit).

Build a new middle school according to the voter approved Measure K
6 School Board Candidates - 2 distinct visions of the future middle school. Three candidates (Jolanda, Dwight & Roy) have a clear, education- student-centered position: Build a modern, new school at a New site, in accordance with the voter-approved bond language of Measure K AND build the school adjacent to a New Boys & Girls Club. Counter to the Bond language, the three LCP candidates want to build at the old site & constrain infrastructure- thereby limiting growth
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