Pima County’s voters elected 3 new board users to Tucson’s premier college district this November, bringing a range of new faces and experiences to the college board.
Of the a few new board associates elected to Tucson Unified School District’s Governing Board, Natalie Luna Rose was elected with 24% of the vote, Sadie Shaw with 18% of the vote and Ravi Grivois-Shah with 17%.
All 3 have kids in the district and will be signing up for present-day TUSD mother and father and board users Adelita Grijalva and Leila Counts, whose conditions expire Dec. 31, 2022.
All the incoming board associates concur with Superintendent Gabriel Trujillo’s decision to delay applying a hybrid discovering plan throughout the district until finally January as COVID-19 spreads substantially through the county.
Luna Rose, the communications and outreach supervisor for the Arizona Heart for Disability Law, is thinking about the possibility of the whole faculty