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Lovenburg, Fernandes and E

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From page A6 | October 31, 2012 |

We are proud to support Susan Lovenburg because she is a proven leader that the Davis community is fortunate to have; she listens to all perspectives, does her homework and has served as a voice of reason during these difficult fiscal times. Beyond that, Susan has been a strong and effective advocate for the children of Davis. She has earned our trust, and she deserves a second term on the school board.

We are also extremely excited by Alan Fernandes’ vision of a school system that works for, and engages, all students. Alan is a consensus-builder, and he has quite a bit of experience bringing diverse groups together. He has the right combination of community involvement, professional experience and commitment to success to be an excellent asset to the Davis school board. Also, as a parent of two young children, Alan has personal incentive to improve our schools in the years to come, and provides a much-needed perspective on the school board.

We are fortunate to have an exceptional quality of life here in Davis, and much of that credit is due to the quality of Davis’ schools. We strongly support Measure E in order to maintain an excellent school system and have the funds to support a diversity of programs and services including science, math, foreign languages, career technical education, the retention of counseling staff, and reduced class sizes for grades K-6.

Lucas and Stacie Frerichs

Davis

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