School board candidates have deep roots
Among the five men and two women running, two are incumbents; there will be at least two new members
SLO TRIBUNE — While the Paso Robles Unified School District has dug itself out of a financial hole for the time being, budgeting continues to be a focus in a district that recently experienced layoffs, furloughs and cuts in classes.
With four seats up for election and only two incumbents running, the school board is guaranteed to have at least two new members.The seven candidates running this year have extensive volunteer or school service in the community. Two of them are former teachers. And all have had children in Paso Robles schools.Here’s a look at the seven candidates:
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