Monday, July 13, 2020

CUSD Board Candidate Julie Russell to Host Meet and Greet

Submitted by Julie Russell

As many of you know, in an effort to give back to my community, I am running for Coronado Unified School District, School Board.
As a parent with children currently attending CHS, along with my educational and work experience, I will be a solid contributor to the CUSD School Board.
In addition to meeting neighbors door to door, I am hosting a “Meet and Greet” on Sunday, October 23, at 2:30pm at the lovely home of Ms. Tredwell at 1129 G Ave, Coronado Ca.
I would like to personally meet you and discuss any concerns you may have in relation to the school board.  I would also like to hear your suggestions and questions!
Please RSVP by email, or at my website, JulieRussellSchoolBoard.  Additionally, at my website, you can find more information about myself and my candidacy.
If you cannot make it, or don’t find the need to connect at this time, please let me know if you would host my sign in your yard!  All signs will be promptly removed after the election.
Take care,
CUSD School Board Candidate 
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