The Aristotle Foundation – RALLY for Education – August 26th 2021


Contact: Tom Keliinoi (619) 990-6633

The State of The San Diego Unified School District

August 26, 2021 from 5:30 pm – 7:00

With voter-approved District-only elections passed in 2020, two of the five board Trustees for San Diego Unified will be exclusively chosen by District B & District C residents beginning in 2022.

SAN DIEGO, CA (August 16, 2021) –– The Aristotle Foundation will be hosting a Community Forum Rally on August 26, 2021, from 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm in Sub-District B of the San Diego Unified School District. The meeting will take place at the San Carlos Recreation Center, located at 6445 Lake Badin Avenue. District B includes the communities of San Carlos, Allied Gardens, Del Cerro, Kearny Mesa, Serra Mesa, Tierrasanta, and Scripps Ranch.

San Diego Unified is composed of five Trustees in five geographic districts, each serving up to a maximum of three four-year terms. 2020 was the last year in which voters from all five sub-districts could cast a vote in all five sub-district elections. Measure C, which passed in 2020, changed San Diego Unified elections from a city-wide to district-only process beginning in the upcoming 2022 election, where Disrtict B and C Trustees will be chosen.

The Aristotle Foundation will lead a community discussion focused on:

· Following the Money – The fundamentals of SDUSD budgeting, bonds and expenditures.

· Learning Loss – COVID and Distance Learning and the enormous learning loss for both general students and IEP students.

· Parents need a voice – Transparency, accountability and a seat at the table to involve parents and the community.

Any and all Community members regardless of District interested in attending are encouraged to RSVP and register for the event by visiting:

About The Aristotle Foundation

The Aristotle Foundation is a California 501c4 nonprofit nonpartisan organization dedicated to engaging our community on important school district issues that will usher in ethical, accountable and transparent leadership for California’s second largest school district.

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