Because incumbent Bill Youstra is not running for re-election, the filing period for the school board race has been extended to 5 p.m. Aug. 14.
Parent Gulliver LaValle had filed papers earlier and qualified for the ballot, but withdrew from the race late last week. He said he is still interested in serving on the board — perhaps in two years — but decided not to run this year because the timing was wrong for his family situation.
The incumbents seeking a four-year term on the board were appointed last April to replace Scott Parker and Ray Villareal, who had resigned in the previous weeks.
Ms. Ambler is the dean of middle school at the Woodside Priory. She has a child at Ormondale School.
Ms. Tate is a former executive at two software companies and a former strategic consultant. She has one child at Ormondale and another at Corte Madera School.
Mr. McAdam, a technology investor, has one child at Corte Madera and two children at Ormondale. He said he is particularly interested in how technology is used in the classroom — how it's changing both the curriculum and how children learn.
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