“Our schools need to teach kids to actually read, write, and do math, not promote radical ideologies.”
Focusing on Academics
Civics not Politics in School
Freedom of Speech
Traditional American Values
Increased Property Taxes
Racially Driven Education
My 5 min. presentation at the October 19th Candidates Forum hosted by the LOWV of Elkhart County at the Goshen Public Library.
My 5 min. presentation at the October 29th Candidates Forum hosted by the WGNA at West Goshen Elementary School.
Do you have things you want to see happen in the Goshen School System or concerns you want to voice? I want to hear from you!
Show your support. Help me get the word out to District 1. Name recognition is key on Nov. 8th.
Our taxes go up and our scores go down. Goshen Community Schools are below 30% proficiency in English and Math.* We can do better. This is a disgrace to parents, an affront to taxpayers, and a disaster for our children. Our kids are smart and deserve a chance to learn things that matter. Our teachers deserve to teach and to be properly compensated for their teaching.
Join with me and together we can lift Goshen Community Schools!
*Indiana Dept. of Education, corporation summary grades 3‐8, Combined English Language Arts/Math ‐ ISTEP/ILEARN Proficiency.
No more experimenting!
Our children are not guinea pigs for radical political and sexual ideologies. We need to go back to the basics of education and leave other areas to parents to teach about. These scores show the result of the changing purposes and ideologies in our school system. The time is now to say no more and bring change to the Goshen School Board and return our schools to educating a new generation of Americans.
ON THE EDUCATION OF YOUTH IN AMERICA
by Noah Webster, 1788
"Every child in America should be acquainted with his own country. He should read books that furnish him with ideas that will be useful to him in life and practice. As soon as he opens his lips, he should rehearse the history of his own country."
Parents' Bill of Rights
"Indiana lawmakers considered a proposal in 2022 that would have rejected the application of racist ideas in the classroom, but the proposal failed to pass. Lawmakers should consider the proposals outlined by state Attorney General Todd Rokita in “Parents’ Bill of Rights: A Roadmap for Hoosier Parents and Caregivers to Exercise Their Legal Right to Direct Their Education.”