Rebuilding Community Trust

The last four years have seen the public’s view of the Board of Trustees rapidly deteriorate, and by the end of the term two trustees were suspended, there were changes to board chair and superintendent and many interest groups boycotted board meetings. The public, parents and staff alike were left with a negative picture of the trustees and school board as a whole.

We can change that.

You expect more from your trustees, and you’re right to do so. A lot of trust and responsibility is placed in one’s hands when they get elected, and it is up to the trustee to keep that trust. I promise to be accountable, reachable, and open about decision making and reasoning behind it.