(Thousand Oaks, Ca) In an email submitted to The Voice La Voz Newspaper, John Andersen has announced he will not seek re-election as Conejo Valley Unified School District (CVUSD) Trustee.
In an email received Friday morning, Anderson wrote the following:
Andersen, John Subject: Email to The Voice only Received: August 10, 2018
After many months of thoughtful consideration, I have made the decision not to seek another term as a Trustee of the Conejo Valley Unified School District. It has been an incredible honor to serve the parents, students, and citizens of the Conejo Valley over the past four years. I will miss working with many of the parents, community members, and talented staff I have come to know.
Over the past year, I have been presented with both business and public service opportunities which I simply cannot pass up. Both of these opportunities will require a significant time commitment. In thoughtful consideration with my family we believe this is the right next step for us. While I have truly valued my time on the CVUSD Board, I believe these new opportunities will broaden my ability to impact the education experiences of California families. I will be sharing more about these endeavors with my friends and colleagues after the first of the year.
I would like to thank my supporters – those who helped get me elected by supporting my campaign, and those in the community who provided me encouragement when we were dealing with tough issues that needed a steady hand. I am thankful for the friendship and support from so many of you. I look forward to working with you on new endeavors.
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