Annette Hipona

General Information


Classroom Tutor - Daly City Public Schools

Officer - PTA

Volunteer Classroom Tutor for Eight Years , and President - Original Daly City Protective Association


Active Member - Daly City/Colma Democratic Club

Member - School Site Council

Member of Parent Committee - district-wide

PTA Treasurer - M.H. Tobias

Representative - Parent Involvement Advisory Committee

Recent News  

Pacifica Tribune Online - Local News

The candidates are Jon F. Dee, Anthony Dennis and Annette Hipona. Annette Hipona, a lifelong resident of Daly City and a graduate of Westmoor High School and of Skyline College lists numerous volunteer activities and community service as the experience that qualifies her to be a successful school board member. Hipona has been a classroom tutor in Daly City Public Schools for eight years.She served as a past officer of PTA, former School Site Council member and a member of district-wide parent committee advising the school board. She represented Daly City on the Peninsula Library System Board and is an active member of the Daly City/Colma Democratic Club. If we have to reduce teachers and staff, there are fewer eyes on campus, Hipona said. Hipona is endorsed by the San Mateo County Democratic Party, Mark Weinberger, Jefferson Elementary School Board President and Jane Armfield and John Armfield, Jefferson Elementary School Board Member.

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San Mateo County Times Online - More Headline News

Annette Hipona has been a PTA treasurer at M.H. Tobias, a representative of the Parent Involvement Advisory Committee, member of the Daly City/Colma Democratic Club, a volunteer classroom tutor for eight years, and president of the Original Daly City Protective Association, a neighborhood group. "I have my finger, my pulse on the neighborhood and communication," said Hipona, whose three children attended district schools.Hipona works part-time in her brother's auto-body shop. "The last thing I want to do is sell property," said Hipona, saying that the proceeds of such sales would be limited to fixing buildings. Hipona expressed concern about the No Child Left Behind Act, which relies heavily on tests, which show only part of the academic picture for children. As for the current school board, she said that communication has been a problem. "Because of the budget shortfall, it's important to inform parents," she said.

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