The United Parents of Culver City this week announced its endorsement of three candidates for November's Culver City Board of Education elections.
UPCC gave its nod to Kathy Paspalis, Sue Robins and Steve Levin for election to the school board and said the three candidates "embrace
a vital working partnership with parents, teachers and staff, which
UPCC considers to be key to the continued success of the District."
Sue and Steve are the right choice for the future of our District,”
says UPCC President Jeannine Wisnosky Stehlin said in a news release. “They are three excellent
candidates who represent the students first and foremost.”
Paspalis, who currently has two children attending Culver City High School, is the School Board president and also serves on the immersion and strategic planning committee, UPCC said. Robins, a former Culver City Middle School science teacher, also served as a past president of the Farragut Parent Teacher Association. Levin is an astrophysicist, parent of three Culver City students and a past Farragut Booster Club president.
United Parents of Culver City is a grassroots, parent-run organization created in 2012 " dedicated solely to the interests of our children - the students of Culver City," according to the organization. UPCC consists of parent representatives from each Culver City Unified School District school.