San Marcos Unified School District

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Janet McClean - Member of the Board

Janet McClean holds a BS degree from San Diego State University and has been serving San Diego businesses and nonprofits as a Certified Public Accountant for over 20 years. As PTO President of Carrillo Elementary, she led a team of highly creative and entrepreneurial board members and oversaw the funding of various innovative programs. Janet has also served on various special committees, including the committee to pass Proposition K, the Parent Action Committee (PAC), the Bailey Family Foundation’s scholarship committee, and the Steering Committee for the Blueprint for High School Graduation. Janet and her husband of 17 years, Kevin, have been classroom and school event volunteers for nearly a decade. They live in Carlsbad with their two sons, James and Robert, both of whom benefit greatly from the hardworking staff, teachers, parent volunteers and leaders here in the San Marcos Unified School District

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Victor Graham - Member of the Board


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Pam Lindamood

Pam Lindamood -  President of the Board

Pam Lindamood is a 30+ year resident of North County, living in San Marcos for the last 23 years.She and her physician husband Tim have raised two children, Aaron and Danielle, both of whom attended SMUSD schools from Kindergarten through high school.Pam has been a dedicated volunteer and advocate for San Marcos Schools since before her children enrolled.Pam organized the PTO for the opening of Carrillo Elementary School and served as its first president.She worked with the Band Boosters at San Marcos Middle School, San Elijo Middle School and San Marcos High School.She has been Secretary for the School Site Council at San Marcos High School and most recently served as Treasurer for the successful Prop K bond measure campaign.

Pam is a graduate of UC Irvine with a Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Arts.She has taught music for SMUSD since 2001 and currently directs the choral music program at San Marcos High School.She was appointed to the SMUSD Board of Trustees in February 2013 to fill the seat vacated by Sharon Jenkins.As a consequence of her board appointment, she was forced to resign as a district employee, but continues to teach daily as a volunteer.Pam and her family are grateful for the quality education that SMUSD provides and considers it a privilege to continue to give back to the community in her new position.

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Randy Walton

Randy Walton - Clerk of the Board

Randy Walton was born and raised in Southern California and has lived in San Marcos for over 10 years. He and his wife Kristen have been married for almost 20 years and are the parents of sons Redmond and Ryan both students in SMUSD.
Randy has a bachelor's degree from U.C. San Diego and a law degree from California Western School of Law. Randy operates the Walton Law Firm, a small civil law firm focusing on cases of personal injury, nursing home abuse and neglect, and estate planning.  
Community involvement has always been important to Randy.  He was a founding member of the Valley of Discovery Education Foundation (VDEF), a non-profit organization in San Marcos dedicated to assisting San Marcos High School and Mission High School, and was appointed to by the San Marcos City Council to its Ridgeline Task Force, a committee of local citizens who drafted a law to preserve the remaining ridgelines of San Marcos.  Randy also served on the board of directors of San Marcos Youth Baseball for a number of years.

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Stacy Carlson

Stacy Carlson - Vice President of the Board

Stacy Carlson has been a lifelong resident of North County San Diego. She graduated from Carlsbad High School and has lived in San Marcos for 7 years with her husband, Daniel and daughter, Brianna.  Her daughter is in first grade at Discovery Elementary, where Stacy is a classroom volunteer. Stacy is committed to community service and has spent the majority of her life as an advocate for our community’s most vulnerable members. She has a background in finance and worked in the banking industry for nine years. After the birth of her daughter she left the industry to volunteer for Elder Law & Advocacy, where she worked to protect seniors against predatory lending practices and help save their homes during the financial crisis.  Stacy has volunteered for the Muscular Dystrophy Association for over 15 years.  She serves as a mentor for foster youth and is a foster parent. 

In 2012 Stacy joined the Citizens Oversight Committee to help oversee Prop K expenditures. She serves on the board of MEChA Friends and Alumni, a group that awards scholarships to Latino students, and enjoys mentoring students who are preparing for college.

Stacy holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Vanguard University. She owns and operates a small business that manufactures scientific instruments and diagnostic equipment for the Department of Energy and research universities.

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Last Modified on December 15, 2016