Gabriel Jimenez, President
Mr. Jimenez was first elected to the Little Lake City School District Board of Education in November 2018. His current term expires in 2022. Mr. Jimenez is a product of the Little Lake City School District having attended Jersey Avenue Elementary School and Lake Center Middle School. Mr. Jimenez is currently the owner of Seibu Fasteners, Inc. located in the city of Santa Fe Springs. Mr. Jimenez has been a local business owner since 2007.
In addition to his participation in the school district, Mr. Jimenez has served on the City of Santa Fe Springs Heritage Arts Advisory Committee as well as serving as a City Planning Commissioner. Mr. Jimenez is also currently the head coach for the Santa Fe High School Junior Varsity Baseball team and co-founder of Cali Kings Baseball Organization out of Santa Fe Springs.
Mr. Jimenez is a proud parent of three children, two having attended Little Lake Schools and one currently attending a Little Lake school.
Hilda Zamora, Vice President
Mrs. Zamora was first appointed to the Little Lake City School District Board in July 2001 to fill a vacancy. She later ran for a Board seat and was elected in November 2001. Her current term expires in 2022. Her previous Board experience included serving as president, vice president, and clerk. She has been a resident of the district for 40 years and all six of her children attended Little Lake City schools, as did her grandchildren and great grand children. Mrs. Zamora also served on the district’s Bilingual Advisory Council as a trainer. She was also nominated as a City of Santa Fe Springs, Citizen of the year.
Mrs. Zamora’s community involvement spans 30 years and includes serving on the city’s Senior Advisory Committee, the Family & Human Advisory Committee, and the Santa Fe Springs Boxing Club. She also served as a city preschool instructional assistant for 26 years.
Janet Rock, Clerk
Mrs. Rock was elected to the Little Lake City School District Board in November 2011. Her current term expires in December 2020. Her previous Board experience (2001-2005) includes serving as president and clerk. She has been a resident of the district for over sixty years. In addition to her four adult children, Mrs. Rock's grandchildren have also attended Little Lake schools.
Mrs. Rock has served as an instructional material specialist in two school districts, including Little Lake. Among her contributions to the district she notes implementation of a full-day kindergarten, participation in the Annenburg Project, and membership on the School Site Council and Strategic Planning committee.
Mrs. Rock earned her associate of arts degree in liberal arts from Rio Hondo Community College following her graduation from St. Paul High School.
Manuel Cantu, Board Member
Gina Ramirez, Board Member