I just heard that Matt Spathas, a Point Loma parent and CEO of the tech-savvy building company Bandwidth Now, has been nominated to replace Jay Wilson as a member of the oversight committee for Proposition S, the $2.1 billion facilities bond. Wilson was selected by school board member Katherine Nakamura for the committee. I’m not sure why he is leaving; his departure was announced at the committee meeting last week. Spathas helped run the campaign for the bond. Check out this Q&A with Spathas for more on his views on technology and the schools.


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