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Bill Baber, Candidate for La Mesa-Spring Valley School District Board

The current incumbent is seeking his third consecutive four-year term.

General Information

Name: Bill Baber
Place of residence: La Mesa

Education

Attended college: Yes
College: University of Southern California
Degree: BA
Year of graduation: 1985

Grad school

University: San Diego State
Degree: Currently completing MA in History

Doctorate

University: California Western School of Law
Area of research: JD - Law
Year of graduation: 1990

Employment Information

Profession: President, La Mesa-Spring Valley School District Governing Board
Parent/Goverrment Affairs Director/Attorney

Political Information

Running for a: Local office
Running for position: La Mesa - Spring Valley School Board
Chamber/district:
Incumbent: Yes
Previous elective offices : Appointed 2003. Re-elected 2004 and 2008
Unsuccessful bids for elective offices: N/A

Party HQ

Address: 8130 La Mesa Blvd. #202 La Mesa, CA 91942
Campaign Consultant: The San Diego Group

URLs

Website: BaberSchoolBoard.com


Other Facts

Since 2003, I have worked with our parents, teachers, and staff to make the La Mesa-Spring Valley School District a high-performing K–8 district committed to student achievement.  Our goal is to help every student become a lifelong learner who contributes positively to our nation. A quality education is essential to success in our global economy.  

We will continue to make every school a safe learning environment for every student.  As a school board member, I work for you, the citizens of La Mesa, Spring Valley, Casa de Oro. Mt. Helix, and El Cajon. My job is to steward your tax dollars wisely and use every resource to advance the best interests of our students.  

We have world class teachers in our district They work hard every day to help our students succeed We will continue to recruit, train, and retain the best and brightest teachers in California.  We appreciate our parents and community volunteers who help our schools. We value our diversity.

These are challenging economic times. We need to continue to work as a team to help our students succeed.  My four children received a quality education in this district. I would be honored to continue serving as your school board representative and I ask for your vote on November 6th.

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