I feel that Ellen has the skills and temperament to advocate for Cornwall on the board and to work with representatives of the other towns to reach equitable solutions for the stakeholders in this complicated process.
I am writing to express my support for Suzanne Buck on the ACSD Board. I have known Suzanne for a few years now, and currently serve with her on the ACSD Board.
I am writing to urge others in joining me in voting for Ellen Whelan-Wuest in Cornwall, Ron Makleff in Middlebury, and Hilda Stone in Bridport for ACSD Board.
As community members who have endorsed Chris Kramer for ACSD Board, we are writing to provide a bit more context for our endorsements.
Especially as we’re emerging from the pandemic years, we need board members who can refocus on the most important priorities.
I’m voting for Jason Chance for the ACSD School Board on March 7th and I am writing to encourage you to vote for him too.
One candidate that really stands out for me is Ellen Whelan-Wuest from Cornwall.
Come meet the candidates in person at an informal conversation hosted by Laurie and Millard Cox at Ilsley Library this Sunday, March 5, at 6 p.m. Or just dive into this guide.
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She is super smart, full of heart, and laser focused on making this a community where everyone can thrive.
I am running for the school board because our district is at a crossroads, and I bring a unique perspective and a willingness to listen critically and work together to meet the complex needs of our school community.
I am re-running for the Addison Central School District board as there are many items left to do.
I was thrilled when Ellen stepped forward to replace me on the board, both in the appointment to fill the vacancy and to run for the election in March.