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Manuel Fonseca committed to energy, safety, professionalism

Manuel Fonseca committed to energy, safety, professionalism

I would like to ask your support in the upcoming election as I would like to continue my contribution to our community in a position often overlooked when non-contentious issues such as the re-opening of campuses is not part of the agenda. 

Nicholas Som is dedicated to the McKinleyville Union School District

Nicholas Som For the Mad River Union Hello, my name is Nicholas Som. I’m a happily married father of 3 kiddos that all attend McKinleyville Union School District schools. Professionally, I’m a statistician that works on natural resources issues, and I’m also an adjunct professor at Humboldt State University. My family and I love our

McK school district race’s distance learning dispute

Jack Durham Mad River Union McKINLEYVILLE – Distance learning and whether schools should reopen for in-person instruction is one of the central issues in the race for two open seats on the McKinleyville Union School District Board of Trustees. Incumbent candidates Nicholas Som and Manuel Fonseca are facing challengers Chelsey Rios and Rachelle Hicks for

‘Faces You Can Trust’ candidates respond to criticism

We three candidates are familiar in the community and are trusted by many to represent the interests of the children. It is unfortunate that it has become easier to have the courage to make such assumptions about people’s character and intent virtually rather than call them and have a conversation. 

Candidates question ‘Faces You Can Trust’ ad

Dear Community, McKinleyville Union School District (MUSD) comprises 3 school campuses with 974 students. The Northern Humboldt Unified School District (NHUHSD) consists of 5 school campuses with 1544 students. The Districts cover a vast portion of Humboldt County, from Bayside to Orick and nearly to Willow Creek. The families of the roughly 2,500 students are