Sacramento – Natomas Meadows resident Micah Grant today announced his campaign for Natomas Unified School District Governing Board Member (Trustee). Natomas residents will have the opportunity to elect three at-large members to the board during the November general election.

“My goal is to help create a board that will partner with the community to ensure every child in Natomas receives a great education,” said Grant. “I’ve heard from many parents, teachers and community leaders who say their concerns have been ignored by the board. This is unacceptable and needs to be changed.”

“As an elected board member, I’ll fight for educational choice, the rights of parents, and to create a board that’s more open to the public. I’ll work to enact term limits so entrenched politicians won’t dominate the board. Parents deserve a board that reflects the diverse opinions of the district.”

Grant’s experience growing up in crowded South Central Los Angeles public schools and as a legislative staffer have shaped his commitment to civic involvement and fueled his passion to provide children with a world-class education. As a school tutor and consultant on reforming education policy, Grant is engaged and prepared for school board leadership.

“I understand how powerful and uplifting a good education can be,” added Grant.

Following his work for the legislature, Grant is currently Press Secretary for California Board of Equalization Member George Runner, adding knowledge of tax policy to his breadth of work history.

Grant is gathering endorsements and organizing grassroots volunteers for this school board campaign.

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