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vision Statement

Each CUSD student is recognized and valued, inspired to be a life-long learner, and prepared to be a contributing member of our global society.Student with backpack

Board Structure

Five members are elected from the school district at large and serve four-year terms. 

As the policy-making body for the school district, the Board is charged with providing the best possible education for the children of the Claremont Unified School District.

Student representatives are selected from both Claremont High School and San Antonio High School to function as members of the Board of Education. A student Board member may cast advisory votes on all matters except those subject to closed session discussion. Student Board Members are eligible to serve a full-year term.

Your input and comments are valued. To email the Claremont USD Board of Education, click here: Email to Board of Education.

Board of Education

Ms. Nancy Treser Osgood, Vice President

President

Nancy Treser Osgood

Board Service Began 12/2013

Term Expires 11/2022

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Mr. Steven Llanusa, Member

Vice President

Steven Llanusa

Board Service Began 12/2005

Term Expires 11/2022

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Ms. Kathy Archer

Clerk

Kathy Archer

Board Service Began 12/2020

Term Expires 11/2024

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Mr. Bob Fass

Member

Bob Fass

Board Service Began 12/2020

Term Expires 11/2024

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Mr. David S. Nemer, Clerk

Member

David Nemer

Board Service Began 12/2013

Term Expires 11/2022

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Student Board Members

2020-2021 School Year

Gillian Magallanes

Claremont High School

Gillian Magallanes

Sebastian Ramos

San Antonio High School

Sebastian Ramos

Strategic Goals 2016-2021

  • Goal #1: Our students will achieve their academic and creative potential in challenging, relevant, and engaging learning environments that prepare them for career, college, and post-secondary opportunities.  
  • Goal #2: Our schools will provide unique opportunities that develop the whole child by promoting involvement in extracurricular and co-curricular activities and encouraging positive student behaviors.
  • Goal #3: Our district will attract, support, and retain high performing, highly qualified staff.
  • Goal #4: Our district will remain fiscally sound by maintaining a balanced budget, demonstrating long-term financial stability, and distributing resources equitably, based on student need.
  • Goal #5: 100% of our facilities will be safe, clean, and appropriate to support student learning.
  • Goal #6:  All schools will engage their families and community to increase student success. 

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