Sacramento County Board of Education Members Officially Elected
Registrar's Office Certifies Election Results
The Sacramento County Office of Education (SCOE) announces that, with the official certification of the June 5, 2012 primary election, members of the Sacramento County Board of Education have been elected.
Penny Schwinn has been elected to serve as Trustee, Area 5, representing Alder Creek, Bridge House, Folsom, Gold River, Mather, Mills, Natoma, Nimbus, Rancho Cordova, Rancho Murieta, Rosemont, Sloughhouse, Walsh Station, and a portion of Vineyard. This area also includes small portions of the following school districts: Elk Grove Unified, Sacramento City Unified, and San Juan Unified, and all of Folsom Cordova Unified.
Harold Fong was reelected as Trustee, Area 7, representing the communities of Freeport, Fruitridge, Greenhaven, Meadowview, Oak Park, Parkway, Pocket, and portions of Airport, South Land Park, and Valley Hi. Area 7 includes a small portion of the Elk Grove Unified School District and a large portion of the Sacramento City Unified School District.
Eleanor L. Brown, Ed.D., has been elected to serve a full term as Trustee, Area 4, representing the communities of Orangevale, Citrus Heights, Fair Oaks, and a portion of Carmichael. This area also includes small portions of the Twin Rivers Unified School District and a major portion of the San Juan Unified School district. In December 2010, Dr. Brown was provisionally appointed to serve as Area 4 Trustee.
John C. Scribner will continue to represent Area 6, and the communities of Clarksburg, Clay, Collierville, Courtland, Elk Grove, Florin, Franklin, Galt, Herald, Hood, Isleton, Laguna Creek, Locke, Rio Vista, Ryde, Sheldon, Thornton, Walnut Grove, Wilton, and a small portion of Valley Hi. This trustee area also represents a major portion of the Elk Grove Unified School District and all of Arcohe Union, Galt Joint Union, Galt Joint Union High, and the River Delta Unified School District.
Terms expire in June 2016. New Board officers will be elected at the July 17, 2012 meeting of the Sacramento County Board of Education.