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Nancy Treser Osgood

My commitment to education spans a quarter century and encompasses both my professional life and volunteer work. As a 25 year Claremont resident with a Master’s degree in religious education, my qualifications include 14 years volunteering in Claremont schools, service to the Claremont Educational Foundation (CEF) and Claremont High Soccer Boosters, and as current Chairperson of the southwest United States for the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE). The dedication of our District families, faculty, and staff inspired me to seek election to serve our diverse community of students.

To paraphrase the Claremont Unified School District Mission Statement, each student should be equipped academically and socially to thrive in a challenging and diverse world. Working with you as a School Board member I pledge to:

-Explore options to maximize the impact of District surplus property funds on the learning environment
-Enhance communication between the Board and faculty & staff
-Nurture relationships with the Claremont After School Programs, Claremont Educational Foundation, Claremont Chamber of Commerce, and other local service clubs
-Strengthen partnerships with the Claremont Colleges and other Southern California universities through my work experience at Pomona College and Claremont Graduate University.

Please vote for Nancy Treser Osgood on November 5.


La Habra High School (1976)

University of Copenhagen (1978)

B.A. in English from Pomona College (1980)

M.A. in Religious Education from the Claremont School of Theology (1986)

Community Involvement & Memberships:

Claremont Educational Foundation

CLASP (Claremont After-School Programs)

Curtain Raisers

Community Friends of International Students

University Club

Campus Women

League of Women Voters


Attended almost every Claremont USD School Board meeting and retreat for the last 18 months. Attended School Board meetings in Glendora and Chino Valley to observe and ask questions of other district leaders.

Chair of the Southwest United States for CASE (Council for the Advancement and Support of Education) District VII (which encompasses over 400 colleges, universities, and independent schools in California, Arizona, Nevada, Utah, Hawaii, and Guam). Member of the CASE District VII Board of Directors since 1998.

Secretary (2012-present) for the Claremont Educational Foundation (CEF) and Board Member since 2010.

Volunteered in Claremont Schools (Chaparral, El Roble, and Claremont High) for 14 years.

Resident of Claremont for 25 years. Both sons attended Claremont schools from Kindergarten through high school. One is a junior at Williams College who will be studying abroad at Exeter College at Oxford University next year; the other is a senior at Claremont High School. Hosted exchange students from Denmark, Venezuela, and the Democratic Republic of Congo in our home.