WHEN: Monday, January 17, 2022 WHERE: Private Location, Lodi CA TIME: 6:30 PM COST: Free, but RSVP necessary
Join Central Valley Impact Republicans for our next meeting on Monday, January 17th. Our meeting will be at 6:30 PM, and will be held at a private location in Lodi, CA. Our special guests will be San Joaquin County Superintendent Troy Brown and attorney Christopher Arend, who will be speaking on Paso Robles Schools voting to ban CRT from local curriculum.
Christopher Arend is an attorney from Paso Robles, CA, who will be speaking to us on the successful passage of a resolution by Paso Robles School District to ban CRT from being taught in local schools.
Superintendent Brown’s career in education began in Tracy Unified School District, where he served as a high school English teacher and basketball and soccer coach at Tracy High School. As assistant principal and, eventually, principal at West High School in Tracy, Brown inspired administrators and school personnel through his mission of ensuring that all students saw their worth, felt seen, and knew their potential.
In 2017, Brown took on a new role as Tracy Unified’s Director of Student Services and Curriculum. From there, he joined the San Joaquin County Office of Education (SJCOE) in 2018 and served as Associate Superintendent of Student Programs and Services, where he provided leadership to San Joaquin County programs, students, families, and its 14 school districts.
On October 21, 2020, Brown was appointed to the office of County Superintendent of Schools by the San Joaquin County Board of Education. He began his term on July 1, 2021. In this capacity, Brown serves as the SJCOE chief executive officer, providing leadership, support, and state-designated fiscal and program oversight for the county’s 14 school districts and approximately 150,000 public school students. He also leads the SJCOE’s innovative schools and programs, including the SJCOE’s CodeStack Academy, Discovery ChalleNGe Academy, Come Back Kids program, Greater Valley Conservation Corps, and Teachers College of San Joaquin.
This will be an exciting meeting devoted to the topic of education that you won’t want to miss. To RSVP for this meeting, please call us at (209) 624-0044 or email us at email@example.com. You can also click the button below to RSVP online. Once you have RSVP’d, we will send you a message with the address of the meeting and further details. Meeting attendance is free, but RSVP is required.