Election Guide 2020: Ravenswood City School District

Signs behind Los Robles-Ronald McNair Academy kindergartener Clara remind students and staff to stay socially distant and to wear a mask at all times on Sept. 16. Photo by Magali Gauthier.

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Election Guide 2020: Ravenswood City School District

Signs behind Los Robles-Ronald McNair Academy kindergartener Clara remind students and staff to stay socially distant and to wear a mask at all times on Sept. 16. Photo by Magali Gauthier.

This year's candidates for the Ravenswood City School District Board of Trustees hope to bring their experience in — and out — of the district to better the experiences of students, staff and faculty as they persevere through the changes the COVID-19 pandemic has brought to education.

Meet the candidates

One incumbent, five newcomers vying for two open seats

From top to bottom, left to right: Bronwyn Alexander, Jenny Varghese Bloom, Zeb Feldman, Marielena Gaona Mendoza, Julian Garcia and Joel Rivera are running for the Ravenswood Board of Education this fall. Courtesy and file photos.

Watch the Ravenswood school board candidates discuss top issues - Oct. 12

To get to know the candidates better and find out where they stand on top issues facing the district, watch video interviews the Weekly conducted with Bronwyn Alexander, Jenny Varghese Bloom, Zeb Feldman, Gaona Mendoza and Joel Rivera.

Candidate Julian Garcia did not respond to multiple interview requests, and candidate Mele Latu has halted her campaign for personal reasons.

Bronwyn Alexander discusses issues surrounding the Ravenswood City School District with the Palo Alto Weekly.

Jenny Varghese Bloom discusses issues surrounding the Ravenswood City School District with the Palo Alto Weekly.

Zeb Feldman discusses issues surrounding the Ravenswood City School District with the Palo Alto Weekly.

Marielena Gaona Mendoza discusses issues surrounding the Ravenswood City School District with the Palo Alto Weekly.

Joel Rivera discusses issues surrounding the Ravenswood City School District with the Palo Alto Weekly.

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Meet the seven candidates vying for two seats on the Ravenswood school board - Aug. 11

Seven candidates have pulled papers, to date, in the Ravenswood City School District Board of Education race, including one incumbent and six newcomers.

Resources

Here's how you can vote in East Palo Alto

East Palo Alto voters have several options for returning their completed ballots, which can be dropped off at three drop box locations in their city or in-person vote centers throughout San Mateo County.

Find more of our 2020 election coverage here.

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Election Guide 2020: Ravenswood City School District

by / Palo Alto Weekly

Uploaded: Tue, Oct 6, 2020, 1:27 pm
Updated: Mon, Oct 12, 2020, 5:51 pm

This year's candidates for the Ravenswood City School District Board of Trustees hope to bring their experience in — and out — of the district to better the experiences of students, staff and faculty as they persevere through the changes the COVID-19 pandemic has brought to education.

One incumbent, five newcomers vying for two open seats

Watch the Ravenswood school board candidates discuss top issues - Oct. 12

To get to know the candidates better and find out where they stand on top issues facing the district, watch video interviews the Weekly conducted with Bronwyn Alexander, Jenny Varghese Bloom, Zeb Feldman, Gaona Mendoza and Joel Rivera.

Candidate Julian Garcia did not respond to multiple interview requests, and candidate Mele Latu has halted her campaign for personal reasons.

Meet the seven candidates vying for two seats on the Ravenswood school board - Aug. 11

Seven candidates have pulled papers, to date, in the Ravenswood City School District Board of Education race, including one incumbent and six newcomers.

Here's how you can vote in East Palo Alto

East Palo Alto voters have several options for returning their completed ballots, which can be dropped off at three drop box locations in their city or in-person vote centers throughout San Mateo County.

Find more of our 2020 election coverage here.

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