On the Issues
As a small business owner, I understand the importance of a balanced budget and a strong financial outlook. We need to focus our budget on the core of our operation – The Classroom!
Parents and the District
Parents are key to the success of our schools. Cooperation between our schools and parents needs to be supported by our Teachers, our Policies and our Administrators. I will ensure we stay focused on this cooperation once on the Board.
The process of identifying and accommodating our children who are “at risk” is inadequate and doesn’t allow quick or effective interventions soon enough.
I oppose Common Core or any Federally mandated method of universal teaching. Teaching is like parenting, there are many techniques used to succeed.
If elected, I will work to create more Vocational Academies in our high schools that prepare our students for the fields of the future.
I am a mother of four, a businesswoman, married for 21 years to Noel Moran, a local General Contractor. We chose Ventura as our home in 1992 and started our family here.
I love our schools and believe innovation and cooperation can make them even better!
I am a natural parent advocate. I believe parents do what is best for their children, and need a voice on the board. There is enough overreach by government in our lives, let’s put parents first!
I believe in academies within our schools to incorporate new and innovative techniques that nurture our children’s love of learning. We must better prepare our children with the skills needed to be successful in today’s workplace.
As a parent of two children with dyslexia, and one with a chronic illness, I understand the difficulties and challenges many parents face. I intimately understand the strain that a learning difficulty poses on a family. I will work with every parent, and every child at every school to ensure that their voice is heard and represented.
“I believe in academies within our schools to incorporate new and innovative techniques that nurture our children’s love of learning. We must better prepare our children with the skills needed to be successful in today’s workplace.”