I want to sincerely thank ALL of you that voted for me, and helped me on May 18, 2021. PA’s 1937 Election Code allows school board candidates to cross-file on both the Republican and Democrat ballots in the primary. If you have questions about my thoughts on goals for the OJR School District going forward, my personal beliefs, or what the terms “bipartisanship/nonpartisanhip” mean to me when serving on the OJR School Board, please reach out.
THANK YOU ALL, HAVE A NICE SUMMER !
Voting Heather back on the School Board isn’t a choice, it is a must for the best interests of our students and community members.
- Master’s in Health Policy and Administration will be crucial during the recovery phase of Covid-19
- Prior board knowledge, active in community service
- Not compromised by children in the district, although her recent grads help with understanding of concerns of our parents
- No personal agendas
Heather Asks the Hard Questions
Why Heather is an asset to the community as a voice for our children...
During her prior board term, Heather asks the tough questions that most are afraid to ask.
What are our goals for the upcoming year?
Where is money coming from and where did it go and why?
Is this this best academic program we can provide our children?
Why is OJR’s GPA penalizing the students?
Is this the coach best qualified for our children?
Why haven’t we moved forward with the feasibility study results/plans?
Why are we not reviewing all the School policies on a regular basis?
Being both a former student, band member, mom and now advisor, she knows the importance of MPO, RAA, and other activities that are crucial to our children’s growth and confidence.
These groups need to be cultivated and supported by our Board. Heather successfully helped implement the Model UN club in 2019 in addition to the Mock Trial club in 2018. Both are academically competitive and fun for the children.
From musicals to the court room and fields, she always has the kids’ best interests at heart with NO HIDDEN AGENDAS. Those must be left at the door. Board members are here to serve the community. We can not lose sight of that. We need strong leadership with acute knowledge of just how to do this. Be a voice, not a body.