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December 16, 1998 | James Meier, (714) 966-5988
Jane Bauer will serve as president of the Tustin Unified School District Board of Education--for the fifth time in her 13-year stint. Nominated by Trustee Francine Pace Scinto, Bauer received a 3-2 approval, which included support from Trustee Jonathan W. Abelove. Trustees Ann G. Albertson and Tammie K. Bullard cast the dissenting votes. Scinto, elected to the board in 1996, will serve as vice president after Abelove nominated her and the board unanimously agreed.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 16, 1998 | James Meier, (714) 966-5988
Jane Bauer will serve as president of the Tustin Unified School District Board of Education--for the fifth time in her 13-year stint. Nominated by Trustee Francine Pace Scinto, Bauer received a 3-2 approval, which included support from Trustee Jonathan W. Abelove. Trustees Ann G. Albertson and Tammie K. Bullard cast the dissenting votes. Scinto, elected to the board in 1996, will serve as vice president after Abelove nominated her and the board unanimously agreed.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 21, 1990
The students and parents in the Tustin Unified School District have waited for years for a superintendent who would work to return the quality of education to its former excellent state. Last spring, the Board of Education wisely chose a new superintendent with vision, fiscal soundness and a cooperative management style. Let's give him a chance to work without the former superintendent looking over his shoulder. Let's give our children an opportunity to experience the benefits of high teacher morale and a recommitment to excellence stimulated by this change in leadership.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 21, 1990
The students and parents in the Tustin Unified School District have waited for years for a superintendent who would work to return the quality of education to its former excellent state. Last spring, the Board of Education wisely chose a new superintendent with vision, fiscal soundness and a cooperative management style. Let's give him a chance to work without the former superintendent looking over his shoulder. Let's give our children an opportunity to experience the benefits of high teacher morale and a recommitment to excellence stimulated by this change in leadership.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 23, 1990 | SHANNON SANDS
When the Tustin Unified School District's longtime superintendent, Maurice A. Ross, announced his resignation last fall, he cited philosophical differences with school board members. Now he is running against two of them. Although he is the only challenger to the two incumbents--Gloria Tuchman and Jane Bauer--the campaign promises to be a heated one. Ross said he thinks that he can bring balance to the school board by representing the whole community.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 20, 1991
The Tustin Unified School District board has unanimously elected Joyce Hanson president. Hanson, a board member for eight years, replaces Jane Bauer as president. It is Hanson's second term as president since being elected to the board. Merlin L. Henry Jr. was elected to his second term as vice president of the school board.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 14, 1996
Tustin Unified School District Board of Education member Jonathan W. Abelove will preside over meetings as the new president, beginning in January. He also will represent the school district at special functions. Abelove, selected this week, succeeds Jane Bauer.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 13, 1997 | JOHN POPE
Tustin school board member Tammie K. Bullard, in her second year as a trustee, has been unanimously elected as the board president for 1998. Bullard, 34, succeeds board member Jonathan W. Abelove in the position. As president, Bullard will preside over meetings and represent the Tustin Unified School District at special functions. Trustee Jane Bauer, who has served on the board since 1985 and been its president four times, was named vice president for 1998.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 10, 1990
Incumbent Gloria Tuchman leads fund raising in the Tustin Unified School District race, according to documents filed last week with the registrar of voters. Tuchman has raised more than $10,000 in contributions and loans and has spent $6,741 in her reelection bid. Challenger Maurice A. Ross, former district superintendent, has raised $3,359 so far, including $1,200 in loans from himself. He has spent $2,460.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 24, 1996 | JOHN POPE
The city school district's efforts to reduce class sizes and general overcrowding has prompted discussions about implementing year-round schooling. The district's Board of Education met recently to discuss the possibility of starting year-round schools, and reviewed statistics on boundary realignment, student population growth and class size reduction. The board also assigned an administrator, Regina Caine, to research year-round schooling.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 23, 1990 | SHANNON SANDS
When the Tustin Unified School District's longtime superintendent, Maurice A. Ross, announced his resignation last fall, he cited philosophical differences with school board members. Now he is running against two of them. Although he is the only challenger to the two incumbents--Gloria Tuchman and Jane Bauer--the campaign promises to be a heated one. Ross said he thinks that he can bring balance to the school board by representing the whole community.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 19, 1990 | SHANNON SANDS
The two incumbents in the Tustin Unified School District race said they were surprised to learn how the district has spent some of the money from the sale of closed school sites. Incumbents Gloria Tuchman and Jane Bauer said they believed the district could use the funds only for refurbishing schools. But former superintendent and school board candidate Maurice Ross told the audience at a candidates' forum that some of the $12 million generated by the school site sales was used to buy computers.
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