Tuesday, August 4, 2020
Linda M. Kingston


California LAW

I have been a public educator for 23 years. I spent 12 years teaching history at Encinal High School in Alameda. I spent the next 6 years as an administrator at Logan High School in Union City. The next 2 years were at the district office at San Juan Unified in Sacramento – learning that I really was more effective at the site. I just completed my third year at Jesse Bethel High School in Vallejo as the Principal.


I graduated with a BA in History from California State University of Fresno; received my teaching credential from California State University of Hayward; and graduated with a MA in education from University of California Berkeley.


I currently reside in Antioch, Ca with my husband of 34 years, Keith. We have two grown sons.


As a 5th generation Californian I believe in the public school system. High Schools have an amazing energy. Dreams are created and supported, relationships matter and it takes the whole community to support the child through high school. I look forward to working on this committee to ensure that the educational dreams of our students are fulfilled.