We are running for the Stamford Board of Education and believe in the following
Educational Excellence for All
We are parents in Stamford who deeply value our education system and believe that potential is universal. We want to provide all Stamford Public School students with the opportunity to achieve their academic goals and excel in their studies. We strive to stretch students to reach for new highs, to grow & develop into well-rounded people who can dream and accomplish their life’s vision - whatever it is that they set for themselves.
Raising the academic bar, providing opportunities to help students get to that bar, and holding students accountable is imperative to future success. Stamford’s students deserve that from us.
Invest wisely today to bring brighter days tomorrow.
In the upcoming fiscal year, we will invest nearly $310M through the Board of Education’s operating budget. Will this investment return brighter futures for all SPS’ students? Stamford Parents for Board of Education commit to financial accountability and spending where it makes a difference and brings tangible results.
Whether students are moving on to college, trade schools, or direct-to-work, it’s on the Board of Education to make decisions that ensure our students have the critical skills needed to be successful and lead fulfilling lives. We are committed to making smart decisions with our budget to deliver improvements in key performance metrics.
Together, we will bring a much needed balance to the Stamford Board of Education. We will put our students and teachers first, ensure a quality education and safe environment, and reinstill objective evaluation and consideration for policies moving forward. This November, vote Stamford Parents for Board of Education!
Driving Academic Success starts with Safety & Wellness
Our students, faculty and staff should not have to worry about whether their schools are safe. Students shouldn’t have the undue stress of contemplating whether they can go to the bathroom without injury or whether they are surrounded by toxic mold. They should come to class knowing their attention and focus will be on the curriculum taught by our dedicated teachers and building long-lasting friendships with their peers.
In today’s environment, we need to do everything to keep our students safe. That starts with equipping our schools with increased security and creating better safety measurements, making appropriate use of the ESSER Funds to provide emotional support outlets for students, and improving the air quality in our buildings.