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ISD #283 School Board Member (Special Election)

School board member - Oversee the care, management, and control of schools within the district. This includes hiring, firing, and overseeing superintendents, who manage the day-to-day affairs of the district. They set levies to fund the district and create school policies.This is a special election for a one-year term.

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    Virginia Mancini
    (NP)

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    Martha Hernández Martinez
    (NP)

Información Biográfica

Why are you the best candidate for this position? (750 characters)

If elected, what will your top three priorities be and why? (500 characters)

How will you work with staff and teachers to promote safety in our schools? (500 characters)

When I was appointed to the St. Louis Park School Board in March of 2022, I vowed to protect the district strategic plan for racial equity transformation. I want to return to the school board because as a classroom teacher with 20+ years of experience, I know the impact of policy decisions on our students, their families and our school community. This experience and my unique connection to schools informs my decision making. I have held leadership positions on numerous local, state, and national equity commissions and boards, including chair of the St. Louis Park Human Rights Commission. I believe that strong public schools make communities stronger. Serving on the school board is one more way I am advocating for students and schools.
Public education has been through a tough 3 years. Classroom teachers and support staff are struggling to meet the social-emotional needs of all students. As a school board member, my priorities will be to shape policy and practice to support both the academic as well as social-emotional wellbeing of staff, students and families. I will uphold and uplift the district’s strategic plan for racial equity transformation and focus attention on the priority work for the years to come.
As a mother of a 9th grader, safety is my number one concern. I believe school safety starts with a school culture that is welcoming, inclusive and affirming to all students, staff and community members. Achieving this requires collective action, which starts with relationship building and partnering. SLP's priority work focuses on these principles. As a school board member, my job is to understand and support this important work through thoughtful policies and allocation of resources.
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