Megan Kerr. The clear choice for LBUSD School Board.
Los Angeles County Supervisor Don Knabe announced his endorsement of our campaign
Long Beach School Board Members Mary Stanton and Jon Meyer Endorse Megan Kerr in District 1 Race
David Starr Jordan High School
Megan Kerr. . . a consistent and dedicated voice for public education in the Long Beach community.
Hughes Middle School presented the National Green Ribbon Award in Washington DC
Jane Addams Elementary School
Alexander Hamilton Middle School
Starr King Elementary School
Megan Kerr - School Board 2014
November 7, 2013 I have big news to share with you today. Our campaign has received the endorsement of the Teachers Association of Long Beach (TALB). This group represents our Long Beach Unified teachers and I am so excited to have them on my side. TALB President Virginia Torres had this…
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Los Angeles County Supervisor Don Knabe announced his endorsement of our campaign! In a statement to the press today, Supervisor Knabe said: “In this race, Megan Kerr is the top candidate. She has a knowledge of and experience with the issues that the LBUSD faces. She has outstanding relationships with…
For Immediate Release September 25, 2013 Contact: Eric Hogensen, 323-761-9514 (Long Beach) – Long Beach School Board candidate Megan Kerr announced today that she has secured the endorsements of current School Board Members Mary Stanton and Jon Meyer in the race for the School Board’s 1st District. “It is an…
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(Long Beach) – Megan Kerr, a candidate in the Long Beach School Board race, officially kicked off her campaign today. “I’m excited to begin this journey towards bettering our schools and our district,” stated Kerr. Megan Kerr is a lifetime Long Beach resident and parent with 12 years of service…
Here is a brief response to the API and parent trigger law article in today’s P-T. While reading the print edition of the Press-Telegram this morning, there is a front-page education article about the parent trigger law. While a great majority of the article focused on schools outside of LBUSD, they did mention…
For much of my life I’ve been zealous about specific causes, dedicated to volunteer service and advocacy. What began 12 years ago – as an opportunity to actively participate in our children’s classrooms – quickly became a passion for public education and public policy. After much thought and discussion with my family, I’ve chosen to take a weighty step forward to serve even more.
I am running for the Board of Education of the Long Beach Unified School District 1. The election will be held next year on April 8, 2014.
Long Beach Unified is the third largest school district in the state, serving over 83,000 students and their families. For 12 years I’ve played an active role in this district, which is recognized nationally and internationally for excellence and innovation. It is my belief that my knowledge, dedication, advocacy and experience make me the clear choice to represent our students, families and community in this way.
Support policy that provides rigorous and relevant instruction at all school sites to ensure that all our students are college, career and community ready.
Promote meaningful parent/family engagement in a student’s education through outreach and information.
Nurture a collaborative working environment for all members of the educational team including teachers, staff, administration, families and students.
Clearly communicate and be available to those that I serve by attending community and neighborhood meetings as well as events on campuses.
I will listen, be accessible, and communicate with those that I serve as well as all stakeholder groups so that we can work together for every student’s success.