The Legislative and Political Affairs Committee (LAPA) may review/research and elect to endorse federal, state or local public candidates, bond measures or propositions.
- The LAPA will make recommendations for endorsements and/or political activity to the AASD Board of Directors for approval.
- The LAPA may elect to hold candidate forums or AASD member feedback sessions as approved by the AASD Board of Directors.
- The LAPA will not make any monetary endorsements.
- The LAPA will consist of a co-chair from Classified and a co-chair from Certificated. There will also be one Classified Executive Board representative and one Certificated Executive Board representative appointed by the Executive Board. In addition, there will be other committee members who are either members in good standing, members in good standing (PMA), retired members or affiliate members.
|Marci Lammey, Classified
||Supervising Administrative Assistant II, Extended Learning
|Nina Dixon-Mauricia, Certificated
||Principal, Linda Vista Elementary
||Food Services Area Supervisor, Hoover Cluster
||Retired Member (former POS)
||Sergeant, School Police/PMA
||Principal, Emerson Bandini Elementary
||Operations Specialist, CCTE
||Principal, CPMA Middle
||Principal, Fletcher Elementary
||Vice Principal, Garfield High
AASD Office Staff
Committee meetings will be held on an as-needed basis at the AASD offices.