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Empowering Teachers

“It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.”Aristotle

I worked to put himself through college while being married, supporting two children and working nights.  I truly understand the value of education.  I have been successful in both the class room and the board room.

I am a strong advocate for our public schools, reducing over testing and empowering our teachers. I want to work to ensure that every child has a chance to achieve their dreams.

 

 

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Gwinnett County is one of the fastest growing and diverse counties in the nation, and tens of thousands move to our county each year in part because of the reputation of our public schools.  The health of our community and local economy depends on our ability to maintain a strong public school system, and the choices we make today will continue to be felt long into the future.

 

 

Did You Know?

The Gwinnett County Board of Education, serves as the governing body for Gwinnett County Public Schools. Five board members are elected to represent five different geographic districts.  I am running for district 2.  The board members serve a four year term.

 
  • 2018 School Budget— $2.092 Billion

  • 2017–18 Projected Enrollment: 180,186 students

  • 139 Schools

  • The nation’s 13th largest district

  • Gwinnett County has a population over 825,000

District 2 Clusters: Berkmar, Central Gwinnett, Collins Hill, Lanier, Mill Creek, Mountain View, and North Gwinnett.

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