I have had a great few days – but very busy ones!


Since I last posted, I have visited The Warrensburg Career Center, the Warrensburg Middle School, and Ridge View. Every one of them was interesting and showed its own unique personality, points of excellence, and individual challenges. I apologize for not getting these posted sooner, but as I said, it has been a time! ๐Ÿ™‚ I can’t wait to be able to sit down and just write – like tomorrow night – but until then, please remember I am still out here, and I so want to hear from YOU – please send me questions, comments, or observations. How can I be the representative YOU would like to see on your School Board? I know a school board member is only one of many, but if I can be a voice for parents, teachers, or administrators, that is what I want to be.

Thanks so much for your consideration – and take care! I’ll be back tomorrow night!!

OH – And Happy St. Patrick’s Day! ย ๐Ÿ™‚

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