The turnover and inconsistency of the District staff over the past few years is staggering. The OUSD staff must have strong and consistent leadership. Click here to continue reading.
A strong leader who will bring new ideas and fiscal responsibility to the Orange Unified School Board, Joe works with contractors, architects, and engineers virtually every day. As a member of the School Board Joe Ferrentino will continue to put our kids first while providing new leadership that ensures our school board represents the values of Orange Unified families.Click here to continue reading about Joe.
“I have known Joe for 35 years and I highly endorse him for the OUSD Board. Joe is an intelligent, gregarious, articulate, and compassionate individual who will set high standards for the entire district, stress student achievement, and be fiscally responsible. Joe has tremendous energy for the position and will be accessible to the community for input and creative innovative ideas to improve the educational journey for all students.”
– Dr. John S. Dahlem, Retired High School Principal, Past President of the California Interscholastic Federation Southern Section (CIF-SS…585 High Schools)
“As a professional educator for 26 years, I strongly endorse Joe Ferrentino for the Orange Unified School Board. I have known Joe for almost forty years and he is a man of high moral character and integrity. Joe is extremely qualified to handle the duties of school board Trustee. He has the courage and commitment to always put the needs of the students first and ensure high quality, safe and secure learning environments throughout the school district.”
– Aron Kaye, High School Teacher and Coach
“I have known Joe for 34 years. He was my student at Loara High School and he has stayed in touch ever since. I have also tutored each of his three children and Joe is a devoted husband and family man. I know firsthand how effectively he can be to inspire and motivate those around him. He has the discipline, dedication, and determination to be an asset to the community and the Board.”
– Chris Kretsinger, Retired High School Teacher
SAFETY, TECHNICAL EDUCATION and FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY