Meet the Board
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Meet the Student Board
|Danielle Quezada (left) and Isabel Cholbi (right)
| Kristian Bacarro
Kristian Bacarro wants high school
to be more relevant for students so
they can be critical thinkers who are also
by the time they graduate.
So the San Gorgonio
High School junior became
a student member
of the Board of Education
to hopefully bring about
a greater focus on the
unique needs of students.
Kristian was sworn in to a
one-year term in March.
“We need a more
individualized approach to learning,”
said Kristian, who wrestles for San
G and also takes rigorous Advanced
Placement courses. “I realize this is a
big responsibility for me, but it’s also an
opportunity to make a difference.”
As student members
of the Board of Education,
along with Cajon High
students Danielle Quezada
and Isabel Cholbi.
Although student Board
members have no voting
power, they can advise
the Board of Education
on matters that impact
Danielle Quezada is excited about
the opportunity and responsibility
of serving as a Board of Education
The Cajon High School junior
began her term on the Board in
late February 2017 after being sworn in
along with classmate Isabel Cholbi.
Danielle hopes to represent the
voices of diverse students across the
San Bernardino City Unified School
“It’s an honor to serve as a student
Board member,” Danielle said.
“It gives me a platform to represent
my fellow students. I believe it’s my
duty to represent them, especially
those who are not used to making
their voices heard.”
Danielle, 16, is part of Cajon’s
program and also devotes her
time to serving on the Associated
Student Body, playing soccer, and
is a talented musician.
One of her
passions is working with special
through her school’s
Best Buddies Club.
serve as a student
along with Isabel
Cholbi and San Gorgonio