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Ken French, Member

Ken French will be serving his first term at the Nuview Union School District starting December 2018. Ken is native to California growing up in Ontario, CA and attending Ontario High School where he played football, baseball, and ran track. After graduating high school Ken worked a variety of jobs including Machinist, Mechanic, Plumber, Fabricator, Quality Control Manager, Office Manager, Financial Manager, and Ken’s current career is Information Systems Manager. These careers allowed Ken to travel the United States and several other countries.

Ken attended Cal Poly Pomona, Citrus College, Universal Technical Institute, and the University of Phoenix. Ken has a Bachelor's degree in Psychology and a Masters in Information Systems Management in Technology. Ken also has credits towards his masters in Marriage Family and Child Therapy. Ken has a passion for reading and learning new things.

Ken is married to Jennifer French who is a teacher and has taught Kindergarten, and fifth grade. Ken’s wife attended the Nuview Union School District from Kinder to 8th grade. Ken and Jennifer have 2 boys who are attending the Nuview Union School District. Ken and Jennifer love spending time with there 2 boys and enjoy going to the beach, mountains, the movies and just having 
quality time together.

Ken’s passion as a board member is open communication with students, parents, and staff. Ken wants to ensure every student is afforded the opportunity to have the best education possible in a safe and nurturing environment. Ken feels with the exponential growth of technology that students will need skills that allow them to adapt to a changing world. Ken is passionate about school safety and security and he believes this is a top priority. Ken feels the Nuview Union School District has always excelled at being a great district that puts kids first and creates a successful environment for the students. Ken looks forward to doing his part to keep this tradition going.