Peer Recovery Coach Patricia Barrett is a peer recovery coach campaigning to represent Trustee Area 1 on Stockton’s school board. In March 2020, she campaigned unsuccessfully to represent Stockton City Council District 6. Barrett does not appear to have filed a candidate statement, nor does she appear to operate a website or social media profile associated with her campaign. She shared her top priorities with VotersEdge.org as the following: Oversee that every student receives an education to their level of learning to ensure all teachers and parents have a strong ear to listen to encourage a superintentent to continue for years with transperancy and support to maintain a super school district Candidate registration filings indicate that Barrett can be contacted via email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information regarding her campaign. Sources:  “Crowded Candidate Field For All Three Open Stockton Unified Board Seats,” 209 Politics, August 7, 2020.  “Candidate Statements,” San Joaquin County Registrar Of Voters.  “Candidate Contact List,” San Joaquin County Registrar Of Voters.
San Joaquin A+ CEO, Don Shalvey, interviewed about the challenges facing students in the Central Valley as schools re-open
Our CEO, Don Shalvey, and Stockton Unified Interim Superintendent, Brian Biedermann, were recently invited by EdSource to participate on a podcast discussing the multiple challenges facing the Central Valley as school re-opens for the fall.
After more than 50 years in public education, veteran educator Don Shalvey is returning to his early stomping grounds in education to head an organization dedicated to improving the education outcomes of students in California’s Central Valley. Shalvey will become executive director of San Joaquin A+, a nonprofit organization based in Stockton that was founded in 1996, and is devoted to improving education and workplace outcomes for students in the region.
We encourage friends of San Joaquin A+ to contact us if you are interested in putting a San Joaquin A+ license plate on your car. We will reward those we see driving around with their San Joaquin A+ license plate by posting their photos on the website and with a surprise gift. Thank you to all those who have already participated!
This report presents a comprehensive accounting of Exceed the Need: An Extraordinary Teacher in Every Stockton Classroom. This effort exemplifies the ingenuity and passion of the educators of Stockton, whose greatest desire is to serve the students of Stockton in an outstanding way.
Every year, too many young people in the San Joaquin Valley exit our K-12 school system without the education they need to be successful in life.
Working together to create a shared vision for education in our region.
The Stockton Unified School District has become the latest to release a mobile application in an effort to expand its communications outreach.