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Roseville City School DistrictCandidate for Board Member2 Year Term

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Alisa R. Fong

20,032 votes (57.62%)Winning
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • As a candidate for the two-year seat on the Roseville City School Board, I will ensure that we continue to have great schools, and a high quality education for our kids.
  • Keeping class sizes small, and ensuring that education funds are spent wisely with the needs of kids coming first.
  • I will work hard to keep parents informed, engaged and involved in their children's education.



Profession:Parent/PTC President/Attorney
Attorney, Self Employed (2016–current)
Deputy General Counsel, League of California Cities (2002–2006)


University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law Juris Doctor, Government Affairs (1999)
U.C. Irvine Bachelor of Arts, Political Science (1990)

Community Activities

President, Cooley Middle School Parent Teacher Club (2016–current)
Board Member, Roseville Community Preschool (2010–current)
President, Diamond Creek Elementary Parent Teacher Club (2012–2014)
Parent Representative, Diamond Creek Elementary School Site Council (2011–2013)

Who supports this candidate?

Organizations (1)

  • Roseville Police Officers Association

Elected Officials (6)

  • Carol Garcia, Roseville Mayor
  • Susan Goto, Placer County Board of Education Member
  • Paige Stauss, Roseville Joint Union High School District Board Member
  • Hallie Romero, Roseville City School District Board Member
  • Susan Duane, Roseville City School District Board Member
  • Dr. Tim Herman, Roseville Councilmember

Individuals (3)

  • Julie Hirota, Roseville Planning Commission
  • Krista Bernasconi, Chair, Roseville Planning Commission
  • Scott Leslie, President, Sierra Joint Union Community District

Questions & Answers

Questions from League of Women Voters of California Education Fund (1)

A recent law made major changes in the way that the state allocates funding to schools.  What will you do to ensure that the public understands your local control formula for school spending and your plan to measure outcomes?
Answer from Alisa R. Fong:

If elected to serve on the Roseville City School District Board I will work closely with district staff, school principals, and Parent Teacher Clubs to educate parents about how the state allocates funding to the schools, and how that will impact the goals, priorities and resources available at our district level. 

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