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San Diego County, CA November 4, 2008 Election
 Smart Voter Gary Woods, Ed.D.

Candidate for
Board Member; Grossmont Union High School District

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Biographical Highlights
  • Occupation: Teacher/Commissioner/Educator
  • Doctor of Education in Technology and Learning from Alliant International University
  • Chairman of the El Cajon Planning Commission
  • Former public school teacher of U.S. Government and World History
  • College professor teaching College Skills, Principles of Teaching, Teaching Process, Graduate Research and Writing, Dissertation Statistics
  • Director of EBI Leadership Development
  • Online Blackboard Course Developer
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Top Priorities if Elected
  • Excellence in education incorporating technology and learning styles
  • Safety of students, modernized classrooms, and ADA compliance
  • Fiscal conservative who will spend money as if it came out of his own pocket
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Key Endorsements
  • The Republican Party of San Diego County
  • Teachers, parents, educators, community leaders, Steve Baldwin, Mark Lewis
  • Jillian Hanson-Cox, Gary Kendrick, Bob McClellan, Brian Jones, Rob Shield
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Position Papers
Position on Modernizing Classrooms and Incorporating Technology
I support modernizing classrooms, incorporating cutting-edge learning technologies, and making our campuses ADA compliant. New technologies and modernized classrooms at ALL campuses is desperately needed. The District needs long-term solutions, not quick fixes. The District, like students, must work smarter--not just harder. Our students are our treasure and legacy.
Position on Building Additional Schools
I support building additional schools as soon as district enrollment and state funds can truly support this. There must be guarantees that existing schools will not be closed and dedicated teachers and district employees will not be laid off. The GUHSD Board is responsible for all the students in the entire District.
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