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    Meet Election Candidates: Ron Rosenbaum for Albany School Board

    Incumbent candidate  for Albany School Board  Ron Rosenbaum held a campaign sign at Solano Stroll parade. Rosenbaum is well-known in the community as a former principal of Albany High School and an Albany resident for more than three decades. He wrote the following message addressed to Albany voters:  

    Experience. Responsiveness. Integrity

    This is what I bring to the Albany Board of Education.

    I have been an Albany resident for the past 34 years and a public educator in the East Bay for 37 years. As an educator, I have been a classroom teacher, a middle and high school counselor, a high school administrator, and continue to devote myself to public education as a current member of the Albany Board of Education.

    I am particularly proud of the years I spent as Principal of Albany High School, working collaboratively with teachers, parents, and students to bring many new programs to the district, including high school block scheduling, writing coaches for students, freshman health curriculum, the Future Leaders Institute, the Drug and Alcohol Task Force, mental health counseling, expanded academic counseling, and expansion of the breadth and depth of the high school curriculum.

    I bring a deep understanding of public education and of the Albany community to the board. My goal as a board member is to continue working with our educational community to create a school district that is second to none, with all students, pre-kindergarten to adult, achieving and thriving in our schools.

    Meet Rosenbaum and watch him talk:

    Click to read more about his educational background, his campaign goals, and the full list of his endorsements.

    Contact him by phone:      (510) 525-1109        or e-mail: ronrosenbaum@ronrosenbaum.org

     *This post is part of Meet Election Candidates, a special coverage on the local elections by Albany Today. Each candidate for this year’s local elections has been invited to write an article and record a video speech addressed to Albany voters, which will be published on Albany Today in the following days. Please read their articles, watch their speech, and feel free to write comments under the posts.

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