Monday, June 10, 2019

Democrats meeting June 15, 2019 - Schools, and the CA Convention

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Schools update, and impressions of
the recent CA Democrats Convention.

Another great program brought to this City!
Dr. Heather Olsen, Superintendent of the Pacifica School District, and Dr. Terry Ann Deloria, Superintendent of the Jefferson Union High School District, are speaking at the June 15th meeting of the Pacifica-Daly City Democrats Club. The Superintendents’ joint presentation will discuss our community public schools, workforce housing projects, critical challenges and priorities for the 2019—2020 school year and other educational issues.

Additionally, the Club’s President, who attended the California Democratic Convention recently held in San Francisco, will share her impressions of the candidates’ speeches and other highlights from the Convention. 

The meeting will begin at 9:30am in the rear banquet room at the Sharp Park Golf Course Restaurant.  A full breakfast is available for $12, a continental breakfast at $6, or just coffee for $3, although no purchase is necessary. It is not too late to join or renew your membership in the Pacifica-Daly City Democrats for 2019! You can do so on Saturday by completing a membership application available at the sign-in table. However, meetings of the Club are free and open to the general public.

Submitted by Connie Menefee, President, Pacifica-Daly City Democrats Club

Reference, Pacifica Public Schools.  Elementary Schools, Pacifica School District. Dr. Heather Olsen, Ed D, Superintendent.  High Schools, Jefferson Union High School District,  Dr.Terry Ann Deloria, Ed D, Superintendent with picture.    Reference, CA Democrats Convention.  CA State Convention/San Francisco, 5/31/19 - 6/2/19.  Article. NY Times/California Today, 5/31/19,"Why you should care about the State Democratic Party Convention."  Note photograph of CA Republic flag at the convention: lead to The Wall Street Journal, 5/29/19, "California, now a Democratic Primary player, draws a wave of contenders. Party's largest gathering so far of 2020 presidential candidates..." Related Convention photographs. 
Posted by Kathy Meeh

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