PVUSD Committees

This listing of various PVUSD committees, while not a full list, contains descriptions of committees in which parents are committee members or are being asked to become members, and the committees are currently meeting or recently completed their tasks.


Community Legislative Network

The Community Legislative Network, or CLN, is a grassroots effort to advocate for public policy that will benefit Paradise Valley Unified School District. Members of CLN represent many stakeholders within the district including, parents, teachers, support staff, administrators, and community members. Each fall, the committee develops a legislative agenda for PV Schools. During the legislative session (January – May), they track legislation and meet with state legislators to inform and educate them about the district’s positions. CLN utilizes an e-mail network to send legislative updates to individual stakeholders with the goal of activating them to communicate with their legislators.

To receive updates and action alerts you can 
email CLN at subscribeCLN@gmail.com.


United Parent Council encourages all citizens to become better informed about issues that effect the quality  of education for our children and to excercise their right to vote.  We do not endorse candidates, but will make information available on issues related to education. 

To find out more about the AZ Legistators in our district, and to learn about voting, election calendars, and how to contact your representatives, click below:

Voter Information and Resources

 

 


Legislative Districts 15, 20, 23, and 28 are within the PVUSD boundaries


IN WHAT DISTRICT DO I LIVE?  (click to find out)

AZ STATE LEGISLATURE WEB SITE (click)

 

Our State Legislators (Jan 2018)

District 15

District 20  

District 23

District 28

Sen. Nancy Barto 

– R 

(602) 926-5766 nbarto@azleg.gov

Sen. Kimberly Yee 

– R 

(602) 926-3024 

kyee@azleg.gov

Sen. John Kavanagh 

– R 

602-926-5170 

jkavanagh@azleg.gov

Sen. Kate Brophy McGee
- R 

602-926-4486

kbrophymcgee@azleg.gov

Rep. John Allen 

– R 

(602) 926-4916 jallen@azleg.gov

Rep. Paul Boyer 

- R

(602) 926-4173 

pboyer@azleg.gov

Rep. Michele Ugenti-Rita 

- R 

602-926-4480 

mugenti-rita@azleg.gov

Rep. Kelli Butler 

- D 

602-926-5156 

kbutler@azleg.gov

Rep. Heather Carter 

- R 

(602) 926-5503 hcarter@azleg.gov

Rep. Anthony Kern 

- R

(602) 926-3102 

akern@azleg.gov

Jay Lawrence 

- R

602-926-3095 

jlawrence@azleg.gov

Rep. Maria Syms 

- R 

602-926-4860 

msyms@azleg.gov

 

Governor

Doug Ducey - R

azgov@az.gov


 

REGISTER TO VOTE ONLINE (OR UPDATE) (click)
(in English and Spanish)

ELECTIONS CALENDAR
  (click)

Voting in Primary Elections (August), is just as important as voting in General Elections (November).

 

REQUEST AN EARLY BALLOT (click)

(vote by Mail, when available)

 

FIND YOUR POLLING PLACE (click)

 

 

Primary Elections for REGISTERED INDEPENDENT VOTERS:

Voters who are not affiliated with any political party (Independent), and who are on the Permanent Early Voting List (PEVL) CAN vote in Partisan Primary Elections (in August) but will NOT automatically receive a ballot in the mail.  They must request the political party ballot they wish to receive by mail – REP, DEM, GRN, etc., when applicable. Look for a postcard in the mail that allows you to select the ballot you want to receive for an upcoming election. For questions, call 602-506-1511.
Voters who are not affiliated with any political party (Independent) who choose to vote at the polls, in a Partisan Primary Election, will make their party ballot selection on Election Day.


 

Request to Speak is an online system that allows you to click THUMBS UP or THUMBS DOWN to let legislators know how you feel about any bill that’s currently being considered in the Arizona. 





 

 

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