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Livermore School District Trustee Named to California School Boards Association

Anne White has been name to the Board of Directors

LIVERMORE, Ca: Anne White Photo Courtesy Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District
LIVERMORE, Ca: Anne White Photo Courtesy Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District
Information from Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District—

Anne White, long-time Livermore School District trustee, has been named to the Board of Directors of the California School Boards Association (CSBA). The delegates from Region 7, Alameda and Contra Costa Counties, proposed White for this post. Today the Delegate Assembly, representing districts from throughout California, adopted her selection at their semi-annual meeting in San Diego. 

Duties of the Board of Directors include oversight of the corporation, providing strategic direction for the future and assuring focus on the mission of CSBA.

The California School Boards Association is the professional organization of the more than five thousand trustees of local California school districts and county boards of education. CSBA is a lead advocate on all issues affecting K-12 education and California’s children.

School trustees are elected officials specifically concerned with our children’s needs. Further, CSBA provides professional development for both newly elected and veteran trustees through workshops, webinars and its Masters in Governance program. CSBA works for a California where “the futures of all 
children are driven by their aspirations, not bounded by their circumstances.”

Within CSBA, White has been a member and chair of the Nominating Committee, the Legislation Committee and a member of the Education Legal Alliance steering committee. She has led Livermore teams in highlighting local successes to audiences at CSBA and National School Boards Association (NSBA) conferences and at the Unity Conference held by the California Latino School Boards Association in partnership with the Black Caucus of CSBA.

In Livermore, White has worked on nearly all District committees. Her current assignments include the Dual Immersion Taskforce, the High School Graduation Requirement Committee and the Policy Committee. She is also the Livermore board member who attends meetings of the Tri-Valley Education Collaborative – Career Tech.

She represents Livermore at the Alameda County School Boards Association.
Statewide, Mrs. White has been a member of Instructional Materials Advisory Panels (IMAPs) in all four core contents areas: Math, English Language Arts, History/Social Studies, and Science as well as world languages – German. IMAPs review publisher submitted materials and advise the Curriculum Commission and the State Board 
of Education on their adoption.

She also led a panel charged with reviewing middle school social science materials for their “Social and Legal Compliance.” White was also a member of an Alameda County led Tri-Valley Adolescent Health Initiative Steering Committee. Mrs. White was awarded the “Juanita Haugen – Women Making a Difference Award, Leadership and Education” by California Women Lead. She is an individual member of the Livermore Valley Chamber of Commerce.

"I am delighted to have the support of colleagues in Region 7 as well as state wide. I will do my best to represent the many needs and successes of our diverse communities as CSBA and its Board advocate on behalf of the 
children of California," says Mrs. White.

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