Independent Businesswoman & Community Volunteer
Alicia Rico has lived in Eastside Stockton for over 30 years and is the mother of five children attending SUSD schools. By day, she is an independent businesswoman whose work includes beauty and cosmetics consulting.
Rico has experience as a community volunteer and has served on School Site Councils and English Language Advisory Committees at three SUSD schools, holding positions as secretary, vice-president, and president. She has also served on the districtwide SUSD Parent Advisory Council and the District English Language Advisory Committee.
Rico’s campaign to represent Trustee Area 3 is her second and follows an unsuccessful 2016 candidacy that included a push to improve campus safety and bring better opportunities for parents, students, teachers and district employees.
As a new school board member, Rico says she will be committed to ensuring student’s academic, social, and emotional success by providing the resources needed to graduate high school and be college and career ready. She is focused on aligning school budgets to the success of all students by providing the necessary instruction, intervention, and support needed during and after school.
Additional priorities that Rico has highlighted include:
My focus is to assure that the school budget is aligned to the success of all students by providing the necessary instruction, intervention and support needed during and after school.
I’m committed to working in collaboration with the entire school community so that the we represent and capture the opinions of all the stakeholders that we serve.our teacher, parent, and student perspectives are crucial in meeting our goals. In order
As a parent I also work diligently to guarantee that our voice is represented in the budget and plans.
Prioritizing safety, so that parents know their children are safe when they drop them off.