All five members of the Templeton School Board endorse John Peschong for Supervisor

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All five members of the Templeton School Board endorse
John Peschong for Supervisor

Templeton, CA– All five members of the Templeton Unified School District Board of Trustees are supporting John Peschong for San Luis Obispo County Supervisor, they include President of the Board Shirley Sigmund and Trustees Jordan Cunningham, Katrina Merson, Kevin Hamers, and Phil Keohen.

“We need leaders who recognize the importance of having safe neighborhoods in which to raise our children. John Peschong is just that leader,” said Kevin Hamers. “Seeing that he is a parent and longtime supporter of community organizations, I know that our children are a top priority for John.”

John Peschong is a small business owner and Templeton resident who has demonstrated his commitment to children and their education as a member or supporter to organizations such as the Templeton Education Foundation, Art for Children, Paso Robles Children’s Museum, and the local 4-H.

A father of two Templeton Unified students, Peschong said that if he’s elected he will work to increase the funding for the county sheriff’s anti-gang task force and support after school programs that help keep at-risk youth off the streets and in a safe environment.

“As county supervisor, I will work to ensure our schools and educators have the tools they need to help students thrive,” he said. “There is no better place to live, work and raise a family than San Luis Obispo County, and having great schools is an integral part of having a great community. We need to keep our kids educated, healthy, and safe so they can help our region thrive for years to come.”

These five leaders join the nearly 700 elected officials, residents, and organizations that have endorsed John Peschong for Supervisor. To view all endorsements, click here.

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