Board of Education
Serving Central, Firebaugh-Las Deltas, Golden Plains, Kerman, Mendota, Orange Center, West Fresno, West Park, and the southwest portion of Fresno Unified.
Serving the northwest portion of Clovis, Central and Fresno Unified School Districts.
"A quality education is one of the greatest gifts we can give the children of Fresno County. We must provide our students with a safe environment where they can experience the excitement of learning and the joy of success as they work to reach their full potential. My career and my passion have always been in the field of education. As a Board member, I want to help the Fresno County Office of Education continue to provide quality programs and services to our students."
Serving Fresno Unified School District.
"After 34 years of service in the field of education, it seemed fitting that I continue my public service as a member of the Fresno County Board of Education. My priorities include equal opportunities for all children and youth recognizing the diversity of the world we live in, and to provide leadership to elevate the level of educational excellence for all our students."
Serving Coalinga-Huron Joint, Fowler, Kings Canyon, Laton, Riverdale, Sanger, and Selma Unified as well as Caruthers Union High School District, Kingsburg Joint Union High School District, Washington Union High School District and their feeder schools.
"As a trustee and active participant in my school board associations, both statewide and nationally, I hope to help the Fresno County Office of Education realize both its vision and potential. Providing a quality education for all students must be our focus and primary objective."
Dr. Allen Clyde
Serving Big Creek and Pine Ridge Elementary Schools Districts as well as Clovis, Fresno, Sierra Unified and portions of Sanger Unified School Districts.
"After prior service on the Clovis Unified School District board and now the Fresno County Board of Education, I am deeply committed to the cause of education. To a student, education is the key to control of their destiny; without it, they will forever be controlled. To an educator, the continued affect of their work could be forever, for they will never know where their influence stops."