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Shuntele Andrews fundraiser at Original Mike's

Shuntele Andrews, a retired Valley High School teacher, is hosting a fundraiser for her SAUSD School Board campaign on Wednesday, July 30, 2014, from 6 to 8 pm, at Original Mike’s, located at 100 S. Main St., in Santa Ana.

Andrews is endorsed by the Santa Ana Educators’ Association.

There will be appetizers and music at this event.  To RSVP email herstory63@gmail.com.  Or click here for more info.

Andrew’s Bio:

Shuntele Andrews is a retired Santa Ana teacher. She taught Social Studies and History at Valley High School in Santa Ana for 35 years. She was raised in Santa Ana since the age of 11 going‎ to Santa Ana public schools, going on to UCI to earn her Bachelor’s and then the University of Southern California to get her Masters of Education and teaching credentials. She has received the Teacher of the Year award three times and served as the Social Science/History department chair for five years. She has also served on the Blue Ribbon commission and several hiring committees for the principals of Valley High School. Upon retirement she has continued to work for SAUSD as a substitute and CELDT tester.

As an educator in SAUSD, she is keenly aware of the issues facing our students in our public schools. She believes that our school district deserves a leader who will work diligently to stay in touch with the stakeholders at the ground level:

Shuntele will be a diligent worker for students, parents, teachers/staff and community to ensure their voice is heard and needs are addressed. She will be a leader who will work with others to identify problems and generate solutions,rather than allowing win-lose outcomes. She pledges to work tirelessly to ensure a quality education for all. She believes in the students she serves. She supports the teachers who work every day to make a difference in the lives of our youth. She respects the parents who have entrusted us to educate their children. And she recognizes that an educated community will greatly contribute to California’s future.



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The New Santa Ana blog has been covering news, events and politics in Santa Ana since 2009.

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