School Board: Ferguson, Cindy

School District 78: Ferguson, Cindy - Trustee candidate

  • Oct. 30, 2014 5:00 p.m.

Cindy Ferguson

Q: Why do you want to become a school trustee and what experience or other qualities would you bring to the table?

 

A: I am seeking your vote for School Trustee in Agassiz – Harrison municipal election. As a proud parent of three Agassiz Elemtary Secondary School graduates, one of them Valedictorian in 2014, I have demonstrated my abilities to advocate for public education, maintaining a focus on student learning, and student success

As a School Trustee, I will be bringing my progressive and multifaceted skills to the board. I am offering experience and diversity with a parent voice.

Over the past 15 years I have worked on:

Parent Advisory Council, District Parent Advisory Council, School Planning Councils, Administration Selection Committee, Accreditation Committee, Technology Committee, Graduation Committees.

 

Q: What are your top three priorities if you were to become a trustee?

 

A: My top three priorities for students for the Fraser are:

• Access and development of the Trades and Technology programs

• Work with families to  support students for increased learning outcomes

• Support for early childhood initiatives

 

Q: What education issues do you see as problematic now, and what could be done to address them?

 

A: An educational issue that I would like to see more focus on is the ever changing world of the internet in the classroom and its accessibility.

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