Jay Steiger, Candidate for La Mesa-Spring Valley School District Board

The dedicated PTA leader and volunteer attended La Mesa-Spring Valley schools, and is a youth soccer coach and Little League scorekeeper.

General Information

Name: Mr. Jay Steiger
Place of residence: Spring Valley


Attended college: Yes
College: UCSD
Degree: BA in Psychology
Year of graduation: 1992

Employment Information

Job titles held: NA
Employers: NA

Political Information

Party affiliation: Democrat
Running for a: Local office
Running for position: La Mesa-Spring Valley School District Board
Chamber/district: I reside in the La Mesa-Spring Valley School District boundaries.
Incumbent: No
Previous elective offices: NA
Unsuccessful bids for elective offices: Ran for same office in 2010.

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Campaign Manager

Name: Self


Website : www.jay4school.com

Other facts

I have been involved with the La Mesa-Spring Valley School District (LMSVSD) since I began volunteering in my older son's kindergarten class in 2005. Besides classroom volunteering, I have been a room parent, School Site Council member, and District Advisory Council representative. For over four years I have been a member of the LMSVSD Budget Study Committee and during this time I have developed a comprehensive knowledge of school budgeting and education policy.

I have also held a variety of PTA positions, including PTA President at Glenn E. Murdock Elementary, and Vice President for Legislation for the Mt. Helix Council of PTA, which represents the 21 school unit PTAs of the La Mesa Spring Valley district. On behalf of the PTA, I have met with state legislators and their staffers, district administration, and regularly attend school board meetings. I attended La Mesa Spring Valley elementary and middle schools as do my two children. Beyond my volunteer activities with the school district, I am a youth soccer coach and Little League scorekeeper and game announcer.

HawkeyeMom November 06, 2012 at 12:15 AM
Hard work, dedication, grounded ideas- you have my vote hands down.


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