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MADISON KLOVSTAD MINER
New Bold Leadership For
OUSD School Board!

Madison
Klovstad
Miner

Unanimously endorsed

by the entire

Orange County Board

of Education

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I love Orange Unified School District. 

I was born here, raised here, attended schools here, and eventually worked for OUSD. 

After graduating El Modena High School, I was recruited by Texas A&M University and awarded academic and athletic scholarships to attend and play soccer for the Aggies women's soccer team.

 

Competing for an NCAA Division I team that ranked top 10, I was recruited to play professionally for Santos F.C. for the Paulista Women’s Tournament in Brazil. We won the National Championship Title in 2007. After my professional soccer career, I returned home to Orange County, CA with a desire to serve OUSD students. 

Adding to my bachelor's degree

in Human Resource Development, I pursued furthering my academic portfolio by earning a Post-Baccalaureate degree in Communicative Disorders from Cal State University - Fullerton, and earned my SLPA License from Cal State University - Northridge...(learn more)

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Parents Trust Madison on the Issues

Curriculum Excellence

High quality education begins with high expectations. My experience working with champions and high achievers has taught me to set the bar high and empower everyone to excel.

When it comes to improving our curriculum,...(learn more)

Protecting Our Children

I teach my own children respect and kindness toward anyone from their own or other cultures, beliefs and backgrounds. I feel all children should be taught to think deeply and critically. I believe Critical Race Theory...(learn more)

Parent Rights

 

I believe parents have the right to know what their children are being taught. I also believe parents know what is best for their children medically. Parents should be given the opportunity to be a part of the decision-making process on the content and curriculum their children learn.

 

Parents have the right to provide or deny medical care and treatment for their children. We do not co-parent with the government. Parents should never be forced to do anything that goes against their own values and they should have a right to speak out against these mandates...(learn more)