The Unified Association of Conejo Teachers Votes to Recommend CVUSD Incumbents

Thousand Oaks, CA- On September 12, 2016 the Representative Council (The Representative Council of UACT is the governing body for the association with representatives from each school in the CVUSD) of the Unified Association of Conejo Teachers (UACT) voted overwhelmingly to endorse the two incumbents of the Conejo Valley Unified School District Board of Education.  “We have appreciated the support Peggy Buckles and Betsy Connolly have given our members, students, and schools over the course of the last eight years,” said Randy Smith, President of UACT.  “They helped shepherd this district through some pretty tough times and are now helping us as we implement Measure I, new state standards, and myriad textbook adoptions.”  Peggy Buckles and Betsy Connolly were initially elected in 2008 with strong support from UACT.  “We had a healthy discussion at rep council about this recommendation,” said Doug Freed, Political Action Chair for UACT. “There are some great candidates on this ballot, some of whom we have worked with at our school sites and we really love, but the history, experience, and knowledge that Mrs. Buckles and Dr. Connolly bring to board were the characteristics that lead us to recommend them.”

 

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