Palo Alto school board eyes short-, long-term solutions to enrollment growth

PA Weekly

April 20, 2016

As support on the school board has waned for opening a new elementary or high school given the district's long-term enrollment needs, several trustees are pointing to class-size reduction as the more worthy investment, particularly to address short-term crowding at the district's middle schools.
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He Helped Schools, Now He's a Candidate

Palo Alto Daily Post

April 12, 2016

He helped schools avoid costly error
Now he’s 1 of 2 candidates in fall school board election

 Jen Nowell, Daily Post Staff Writer

A resident who was praised for helping the Palo Alto school board avoid a mistake that would have cost hundreds of millions of dollars announced yesterday he is running in this fall’s election for a seat on the board. Todd Collins, who works as an investor, announced yesterday that he is running for one of the three seats that will be up for grabs.

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Todd Collins announces bid for school board

San Jose Mercury News

April 14, 2016

Palo Alto: Todd Collins announces bid for school board


PALO ALTO -- Palo Alto resident and community volunteer Todd Collins is the first person to announce his candidacy in the November election for one of three Palo Alto Unified School District board seats.
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Schools Avoid Costly Error

Palo Alto Daily Post

February, 2013 

Board thanks resident whose advice saved hundreds of millions of dollars

 ANGELA RUGGIERO Daily Post Staff Writer

Palo Alto school board members are praising a resident who helped them avoid making a mistake regarding school construction bonds that could have cost taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars.

"Todd Collins, I thank you so much," said board member Camille Townsend at Tuesday's meeting, a sentiment echoed by other board members.

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