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Board Elections: Leslie Lundgren Profile

Board Elections: Leslie Lundgren Profile

Zoe Wynn

November 6, 2015


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Leslie Lundgren, a former and current Tam parent, is running for a four-year position on the Tamalpais Union High School Board. Leslie is a mother of two Tam graduates of 2006 and 2007. She also the mom of a current sophomore. After spending so many years being involved in the Tamalpais Union School...

Board Elections: Barbara Owens Profile

Board Elections: Barbara Owens Profile

Zoe Wynn

November 6, 2015


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Barbara Owens is running for a 4 year position as a trustee on the Tamalpais Union School Board District. She is a retired teacher from Tam, Redwood, Drake, and San Andres. She is also the mother of a former Redwood student. “I worked at a time where [the district] was doing some great things. We kno...

Board Elections: Matt Nagle Profile

Board Elections: Matt Nagle Profile

Samantha Locke

November 6, 2015


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Matt Nagle sees himself as saving the TUHSD board. “The district needs help,” he said. One of the most important issues to Matt Nagle is the gap between high and poorly achieving students.  “We have very wide...gap in [grades],” he explained. He says that one of his main goals is to focus on bringi...

Board Elections: Michael Futterman Profile

Board Elections: Michael Futterman Profile

Samantha Locke

November 6, 2015


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Michael Futterman is running for the single available two-year position on the Tam Union High School District board. He is an attorney practicing law in San Francisco and has previously served as a trustee in the Larkspur- Corte Madera district. A little over a year ago, Futterman was appointed to the ...

Board Elections: Robbie Powelson Profile

Board Elections: Robbie Powelson Profile

Samantha Locke

November 6, 2015


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Robbie Powelson was a student at Redwood in 2008, and has decided to bring his insider perspective to light by running for the Tamalpais Union High School District board. “I thought I had something to say as a recent student and a perspective that needs to be heard more in our decision making p...