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Tuolumne County Board of Education Appoints Steven Treat to Represent Trustee Area 2

Jul 26, 2023

Continuing the Legacy: Succeeding Outgoing Trustee, Nicholas Chernoff

The Tuolumne County Board of Education proudly announces the appointment of Steven Treat as a distinguished new member, strengthening the board’s commitment to enhancing education within the community. A dedicated parent and local small business owner, Treat’s background showcase his dedication to supporting youth growth and educational development, making him a valuable asset to the board’s mission of elevating the county’s education standard.

Treat expressed his sincere desire to serve in his application letter to the Tuolumne County Board of Education. He is keenly interested in education, having volunteered with Tuolumne County 4-H and the Junior Livestock Association at the Mother Lode Fair. Through these experiences, he has gained a deep understanding of the challenges that young people in the county encounter. Treat is dedicated to working with the board to develop practical solutions that benefit all students.

As a devoted parent with two children enrolled in Tuolumne County schools and an extensive tenure on the Tuolumne County 4-H leaders council, Steven Treat’s experiences have equipped him with insights that will serve him well as a board member. He believes his skills and background make him a strong candidate to advocate for the needs of students and educators.

Steven Treat will represent Trustee Area 2, serving the Belleview and Columbia district boundaries.

The Tuolumne County Board of Education wishes to thank outgoing board member Nicholas Chernoff for his years of dedicated service. Nicholas has been an invaluable member of the Tuolumne County Board of Education for many years. We are grateful for his many years of service and wish him all the best in his future endeavors. Thank you, Nicholas, for everything you have done for our community.

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