Better Schools for a Better Tomorrow.

Active in our community. Financially Responsible. Proud Parent.
Jag Bains and his family


Keep Students First ● Cut Administrative Costs ● Boost Transparency ● Promote Choice ● Support Teachers

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My number one goal is to create an environment that helps students succeed. When a student graduates from high school, he or she should have the social and emotional tools necessary for lifelong success.

Jag Bains with his family

Active in our Community

Renovating our city parks, as Parks Commissioner, and supporting community youth sports programs.

Fiscally Responsible

Applying valuable experience in project management roles, Jag applies a rigorous analytical approach to financial oversight, recognizing the limitations of budget constraints and identifying areas of cost-savings while preserving value.

Proud Parent

Passionate about the quality of public education, as an active member of the Parents Teacher Association and STAR Academy parent, he understands the concerns and challenges of parents and families within the community.

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New Campaign Ad

When I left India, I didn't have much money. Things were tough. But, I did have a great education - one that has unlocked limitless opportunities for my family and me. I want Natomas students to have those same opportunities and much more. Check out the below campaign...

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Sacramento Bee Endorses Jag Bains

Sacramento - Natomas Unified School Board Candidate Jag Bains was endorsed by the Sacramento Bee today. Here's what the Bee had to say about Jag: "...Bains has a stake in the district as a parent. His daughter attends Star Academy. "It's time for some fresh ideas for...

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Jag Bains Endorsed by Assemblymember Ash Kalra

Sacramento, Calif. -- Candidate for Natomas Unified School Board Jag Bains today announced the endorsement of Assemblymember Ash Kalra, who sits on the Assembly Committee on Education. "I'm proud to have the endorsement of a thoughtful, respected state-level...

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