"I am grateful for two terms on this board and humbly ask voters for their support in seeking a third," Gooden said in a press release.
During his terms, Gooden has focused on supporting mental health, town halls and restorative practices, he said in the release.
"My initial focus as Board President was to facilitate an update of the district's mission and vision statements and overall goals," Gooden said in a press release. "I believe the revised goals of prioritizing student academic performance, supporting the physical and mental health of students and staff, developing a transparent communication system that builds trust and enhances community unity and maximizing financial assets are exactly what the district should be focused on."
The election is May 5.