District Deeds Politifest “In The Booth” Update: Guest Writer Sally “Citizen” Smith and David “Chairman Emeritus” Page!!!

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District Deeds Booth at Politifest

District Deeds Booth at Politifest circa 2014

District Deeds is honored to announce two special guests who will be available to our readers in the District Deeds “Civic Courtyard Community Booth” at the 2016 Voice of San Diego Politifest this coming Saturday

Mrs. Sally Smith and Mr. David Page

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SALLY “CITIZEN” SMITH

Described by the LA Times with the following headline: “EX-LAWYER IS ON A MISSION TO KEEP SCHOOLS FAIR“, Mrs. Sally “Citizen” Smith has been a watchdog to protect Students, Families and all stakeholders from abuse and corruption by in California Primary and Secondary schools for over 15 years.  As a Guest Writer for District Deeds, Mrs. Smith has contributed greatly to the education of parent and student rights.  Here is her District Deeds Profile: Sally Smith Biography  

 

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David “Chairman Emeritus” Page

Mr. David Page has been described by the Voice of San Diego as “The Dad Who Holds Schools to the Rules“.  Mr. Page held the Chairman position of the San Diego Unified District Advisory Council on Compensatory Education for over ten years and has been an educational advocate for over 2 decades..  In addition, Mr Page is a leader in numerous local and statewide educational organizations and has earned a statewide and national reputation as an expert in Parent, Student and Educational Stakeholder rights.

Here is a very brief description of Mr. Page from the VOSD Article by writer Emily Alpert back in 2009:

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DISTRICT DEEDS NOTE: Mr. Page has added considerably to his credentials before and since 2009 as the VOSD article describes. This “All About” is just a fraction of his depth and breadth of the experience of Mr. Page.

District Deeds is anticipating a wide Variety of District Deeds contributors and contacts visiting our booth from 9:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. this coming Saturday, September 24, 2016 at the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union, at San Diego State University (Map)

All event details can be found on this site, including session details: https://www.voiceofsandiego.org/my-profile/upcoming-events/politifest/.

Tickets are FREE to Students and Teachers.  As it mentions below, if ticket cost is preventing you from attending, a limited number of FREE tickets are still available (Click here to apply)  

ONLY 2 MORE DAYS UNTIL POLITIFEST…

SEE YOU THERE!!!

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About District Deeds

Mr. Engle is a blogger dedicated to investigating the San Diego Unified School District. His blog, District Deeds, strives to create transparency to the "deeds" the SDUSD hides from the SDUSD Stakeholders - Students - Parents - Teachers - Administrators - Community Members

2 thoughts on “District Deeds Politifest “In The Booth” Update: Guest Writer Sally “Citizen” Smith and David “Chairman Emeritus” Page!!!”

  1. Frank, You did a wonderful job on highlighting these heroes!  So excited for you guys at Politifest!!Judy

    Sent from my Sprint Samsung Galaxy S7.

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  2. Francisca Salcedo said:

    I’m very thankful for all the parent and community activists who hold the district accountable.

    Logan Heights has been my home since 1986; my neighbors have so many added barriers to participation: limited English proficiency, inflexible work hours, cultural differences, financial difficulties, among others.

    This has lead to the chronic underrepresentation at all district advisory committees of communities like mine. I have witnessed school site staff urging parents who do not speak English to sign IEPs written enrirely in English. In addition, these same staff members served as translators and interpreters. This is unlawful and damaging to students with disabilities and their families and is just one example of the educational abuses that the most vulnerable children within our disyrict endure.

    This is why I am so thankful for every sincere and committed student advocate.

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