What’s important to YOU on November 6th? What issues do you think should be of concern to the candidates running for positions on the East Side Union High School District board? Why should anyone care? Indivisible East San Jose cares! To address concerns with the quality of high school education in our area, we’re hosting an informal Q&A round table with five of the candidates for East Side Union High School District board. This will be an opportunity for you to meet candidates and ask them how they will address community concerns and tell them what’s important to you!
INDIVISIBLE EAST SAN JOSE MEETING
Monday, August 20th 7:00 – 8:30 PM
Alum Rock United Methodist Church 30 Kirk Ave.
7:00 – 7:15 PM – Titus Lin, Volunteer Coordinator, Bay Area Swing Left Coalition. Find out about Swing Left’s voter canvassing day trips to California Congressional District 21 to flip the House from red to blue in November.
7:15 – 8:30 PM – Informal Q & A Round Table with five candidates running for trustee positions in the East Side Union High School District.
If you would like to research the district, you can visit the ESUHSD website to review the Board’s vision, mission and core values (http://www.esuhsd.org/index.html) and Ed-Data for the District’s current statistics (http://www.ed-data.org/district/Santa-Clara/East-Side-Union-High). You might be interested in the attached list of concerns and an October, 2016 Mercury News article about ESUHSD which is quite relevant because 3 of the 7 current candidates also ran in 2016. (https://www.mercurynews.com/2016/10/18/east-side-schools-race-focuses-on-achievement-gap/).