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Neustadt is the most qualified

Sam Neustadt is the only viable choice for Yolo County superintendent of schools. He has been a career educator for more than 27 years and has been honored as the state’s Teacher of the Year, as well as state Administrator of the Year.

Sam has taught every grade from kindergarten to sixth, supervised three California Distinguished Schools during his years as principal and never had a gap in his credentials, unlike his opponent.

Being in the classroom, Sam was able to understand and work with various students’ needs. His experience includes being exposed to a range of ethnicities, socioeconomic circumstances and learning styles, including students with learning disabilities.

He has had the opportunity to work with parents, teachers and administrators, always keeping the students’ best interest at heart. To see his detailed experience, I encourage you to view his résumé at www.samneustadt.com.

As a principal, Sam has supervised a multimillion-dollar budget and supervised a line of staff commensurate with the Yolo County Office of Education, unlike the opposing candidate. In my research, there is no comparison of candidates. Sam Neustadt is the quality candidate, educator, administer and the only one who deserves to win the election on June 3.

I would encourage the voters of Yolo County to investigate both candidates and choose the most qualified.

Teresa Pena

Woodland

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