Tuesday, July 29, 2014
YOLO COUNTY NEWS
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Nancy Peterson for school board

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From page A14 | November 04, 2012 |

I met Nancy Peterson this year when a friend recommended her as someone I might consider for school board. The more I talked to and learned about Nancy, the more impressed I became with her passionate commitment to our community and our children, her intelligence, integrity and honesty, and her vision for the future of our district.

Nancy has tirelessly worked as a parent volunteer in our community for more than 12 years. She has been involved in numerous community organizations, including the Davis Bridge Educational Foundation and the DHS Blue & White Foundation, as well as serving as Site Council chair for Montgomery Elementary and Harper Junior High.

She is an outspoken advocate for our children and has consistently supported and advocated for equal representation and for improving educational opportunities for all. She has demonstrated that she has the courage to stand up for what she believes in and the ability to make tough decisions.

Nancy has a long record of public service, extensive experience working within the education community, a passionate commitment to all our students, and a demonstrated ability to navigate often difficult political waters while working to shape new visions. She is well qualified to lead our district through the challenging times ahead.

Pam Nieberg

Davis

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