Letters: Messages to school district voters

Messages to school district voters

To the editor,

Thank you for your overwhelming support of my candidacy for the school board. I am honored and humbled by your trust. I pledge to make decisions based on the best interest of our children, but mindful of the taxpayers' capacity to support the desired programs. We may not always agree, but I will listen and consider every fact and opinion in making hard decisions. Your support for our schools over the years has built the outstanding district we have, and I will work with you in the years to come to continue our progress.



To the editor,

I would like to thank all of the people who took time from their busy schedule to vote in the recent school board of education election and budget vote.

Special thanks to my family and friends who gave me their support and encouragement, wrote letters, helped with signs, and so on.

I also want to thank the candidates who came forward and offered to serve the community. All deserve our thanks. I encourage them to remain active in the schools and community.

Thank you very much.



To the editor,

Thank you to everyone who came out to vote on the school budget, and particularly to those of you who supported my candidacy. I was encouraged by the positive dialogue that I had with many members of the community about our schools. It is clear that our community values schools that maintain high standards for all students while supporting and encouraging students to reach those standards.

Our schools are the most important institution in our childrens' lives outside of our homes and it is critically important that they help all students achieve high standards of learning as well as healthy social and emotional growth. Despite not being elected to the board of education this year, I look forward to future opportunities to use my educational expertise and knowledge to support our schools in accomplishing that mission. Thank you again for supporting me and our schools.

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