I am running for School Committee as a continuation of many years of service to childhood education. I consider myself fortunate to have taught English at the middle school and high school levels for 36 years in one of the top ranked districts in Pennsylvania. During that time, I also served as a coach and national chairman for an innovative, peer-led competitive learning program. As a long-term educator I enjoyed many opportunities to mentor students, student teachers, and colleagues.
I am writing in support of Adam Munroe and Susan Stephenson for Hopkinton School Committee. I have devoted my career to public education and now serve as a Hopkinton Library Trustee because free and equitable access to the development of broad and deep knowledge and skills is the foundation for individual and collective flourishing now and in the future.
I’m writing in support of Susan Stephenson and Adam Munroe for our School Committee. I’ve been taking the time to review the statements, the candidate sites, and presentations around town (along with reflecting on the questions asked at town meeting), and am confident that Susan and Adam will add thoughtful voices to our town School Committee.
Having myself been an educator for over forty years, I recognize the dedication and commitment that Susan Stephenson will bring to the table as a School Committee member. Ms. Stephenson understands what it takes to teach through her own experience as an educator. Her value comes from years of direct daily contact with students, colleagues and administrators. This perspective adds to the depth and breadth to the Committee members who currently have children in our school system.
I am honored to endorse Susan Stephenson for School Committee. Susan grew up in Western PA and just recently moved to Hopkinton in August. She spent her 36 year career as a middle school/high school English teacher in the Seneca Valley district, one of the top ranked districts in PA. Once she moved here, it didn't take long for her to become an integral part of the community. She started volunteering at the Senior Center, became a member of the Democratic Committee and is now a candidate for the School Committee.
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