At a recent event held by the El Dorado Charter of the Association of California School Administrators to welcome children and families back to school, El Dorado County Superintendent of Schools Jeremy Meyers formally announced his campaign to run for election of the position.
Meyers, who was appointed by the El Dorado County Board of Education as of July 1, 2013, to fulfill the balance of retiring Dr. Vicki Barber’s term, spoke of this being a time of unprecedented change in the history of public education and the need for continuity of leadership in, “maintaining the El Dorado County Office of Education as a service organization to the children and families we serve, to our districts, and to the long-established community partnerships.”
Sean Martin, president of the El Dorado County Charter of ACSA, said, “More than ever before, it is critical that districts be able to rely on the resources and services of the county Office of Education. Jeremy has been with EDCOE since 2004 and has a proven track record of innovative services that support district and county programs. Moreover, he understands and appreciates the need for the county to be a partner with districts. We are in full support of his election and are proud to endorse him for the position of El Dorado County Superintendent of Schools.”