Amanda Burke-Aaronson, Candidate for Los Altos School District, Board of Trustees

Burke-Aaronson is an assistant professor at the University of San Francisco and a registered nurse.

General Information

Name : Dr. Amanda Claire Burke-Aaronson
Place of residence : Mountain View, CA



Attended college : Yes
College : DePauw University
Degree : Bachelor of Arts
Year of graduation : 1993

Grad school

University : San Francisco State University
Degree : Master of Science, Nursing
Year of graduation : 2001


University : University of California, San Fracisco

Area of research : Fetal-to-neonatal transition
Year of graduation : 2011

Employment Information

Job titles held : Registered Nurse
Employers : El Camino Hospital, Lucile Packard Children's Hospital, University of San Francisco

Political Information

Running for a: Local office
Running for position: LASD Governing Board Member
Incumbent: No
Previous elective offices : NA
Unsuccessful bids for elective offices: NA


Website : www.amandaforschoolboard.com
Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/AmandaBurkeAaronson

Other facts

I am an educator, and I care deeply about our community. I believe that elected officials should represent the needs/desires of the community. I hope to engage all members of this community for in order to make our school district the very best it can be.

GG September 18, 2012 at 07:52 PM
IMO, Amanda should disclose that she is the parent of Bullis Charter School children and, if elected, should recuse herself from any BCS-related discussions (lawsuits, facilities, etc). Additionally, Amanda should disclose what parties are sponsoring her campaign (I suspect BCS community). FWIW, here's a statement from Amanda's web page - We once again face a facilities issue in the growth of a few of the district schools, and the question of where to permanently house the charter school. It is my intent to look further at alternative options – getting feedback from the community – such as re-evaluating the grade configuration of the schools, allowing schools to grow naturally within the physical confines of their facilities, no longer binding all schools to 600 students, or perhaps creating magnet programs within the district to entice students to underutilized campuses.
Kyle September 18, 2012 at 08:54 PM
Amanda, from reading the transcript from the League of Women Voters forum last night, it seemed to indicate that your child goes to Santa Rita. GG seems to imply that they go to Bullis, which is correct? Where you misquoted?
PSR October 04, 2012 at 11:22 PM
I agree with GG. Ms. Burke-Aaronson should disclose the fact that her children attend Bullis Charter School. I would be very interested in hearing her reasons for this, while desiring a post on the board of the area public schools. As a Santa Rita parent, I can say that I have never seen her at our school.


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