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Q: How long have you been in the district?
A: I’ve lived in the district for three years.
Q: Why do you want to serve on the Board?
A: I am a teacher, and my life career has been teaching. I have a doctorate in how to make decisions for schools, and I got an opportunity to serve the community with the field of my expertise.
Q: What do you think are the biggest challenges the board faces for the coming year?
A: One, everyone is aware that there is a financial challenge that our district has right now, and I believe that we can overcome this challenge with the least negative affects on students possible. The other challenge that our district is in the middle of right now is a big change in our school curriculum from the state. So implementing the state standard, to do that well will be important.
Q: What are you looking forward to most in the coming year?
A: “I think it’ll be really fun to get to know the students. I’ll enjoy getting to know the community members better because we have a very active community. I’m looking forward to working with the administration, teachers and all of the staff to hear how the community can support them because I know first hand that it’s a very important job.