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'Save Delaware Schools' Town Hall - Kent, Sussex, & New Castle County
A forum to educate, meet & interact with school board candidates
School board elections are less than a month away.
A group of
domestic terrorist1 parents, patriots, and advocates for student perseverance have been working behind the scenes to set up a series of school board candidate town halls.
This forum will look deeper at the state of Delaware education and what can be done to improve it. School Board elections are on May 9th - learn what's going on in the schools, meet the candidates and prepare to cast an informed vote.
There are 3 town halls planned. One for each county. The dates are as follows:
6:30pm - 8:30pm
April 18th - Kent County
April 19th - Sussex County
April 20th - New Castle County
Beth Conway, retired teacher & principal who served 31 years in Delaware public school
Celeste Bunting, Director of Personnel at Indian River School District
Angie Cunningham, a mother who shares a tragic story of violence in school
These town halls will give residents the opportunity to engage in meaningful dialog with their local school board candidates, as well as gain better understanding of school policies, curriculum, and finances. Have stake in how your tax dollars are invested.
It's time to take back our schools from the cultural Marxist neo-socialist indoctrination and restore values of dignity, integrity, patriotism, and self worth back into American education. There are lot more of us than there are of them, but it is them who’s voices are amplified by our silence. The silent majority can remain silent no more. With an illusion of a country so divided, it is freedom that unites us. Through honest civil discourse, I am confidant shared values will be had which otherwise would go unnoticed.
Delaware Students proficiency during the 2021-2022 school year
42.36% English language arts (ELA)
87.02% Graduation Rate
Right now, the Delaware house is pushing a bill that would lower the age to vote in school board elections to 16 - allowing children, who would still be attending school, to vote in school board elections. I do not feel it even necessary to address the abundant conflicts this would create.
April 3, 2023 | Blue Delaware
So please take this opportunity to get involved and exert your right to have your schools represent your values. Every child deserves the opportunity to live the American dream.
Citizens for Delaware Schools have created a School Board Voter Guide so you know where candidates stand on the issues important to you.
All candidates were asked their response to questions related to four issues that are key to improving education in our state. (Academics, School Safety, Parental Rights, & Funding)
What will be your priorities if elected?
What steps can be taken to improve student achievement in your district, especially reading and math?
How can public schools strengthen the parent-child relationship regarding their child’s education?
What changes should be made in the funding of public education?
What can your school district do to better prepare students to be good citizens?
The candidates with orange highlighted names have completed our survey.
View completed questionnaires by clicking the candidate’s name from the candidate drop-down menu.
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Below are a few articles from this newsletter which will help give greater context to the issues at stake.
For the little ones…
The National School Board Associating a letter to the United States Department of Justice implying that some parents should be investigated as Domestic Terrorists in a horrific attempt to intimidate and silence parents.
National School Board Association (NSBA) apologizes for letter calling parents 'domestic terrorists'
October 23, 2021 | Washington Examiner
Citizens for Delaware Schools is a group of concerned Delaware citizens who have come together to educate the public about the alarming decline of public education and rise in behavior problems in the classroom – and about the common-sense policy solutions to address it.