WJCC SCHOOL BOARD ELECTIONS
VOTING ENDS NOV 2 7PM!
Why this School Board election is important:
What I will bring to the School Board:
Diversify instructional methods, beginning with live streaming and save all instructional classes in real-time. We need to enable students to keep up with their peers, should they be unable to attend class or need to review that day’s lesson.
Bring Technical-Vocational learning back into our school system to meet the trade skill needs of those students seeking to work after school versus going to college.
Actively compete with private schools, homeschoolers, transfers, and drop-outs to be the education option of choice for ALL WJCC area students, not just those currently enrolled.
WHERE DO SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS STAND ON
Critical Race Theory?
Do you know what the The Virginia Board of Education (VaBOE) is recommending for your children? They are advocating for systemic change that exceeds their acceptable mandate to provide educational guidance.
WE NEED YOUR HELP!
Become involved in your child’s eduction.
Without parents who are connected to the actions of the School Board, it’s difficult to affect change. I will be the candidate who will advocate for your child to receive the best educational experience within the WJCC School System, but I need your help!
By Ann Marie Smith
Virginia Gazette |
Sep 03, 2021
“Good governance for our school division starts with strong leadership. We have the opportunity to have a U.S. Military Academy at West Point graduate provide such leadership on our school board. His name is Tye Lageman and he is running for the W-JCC Powhatan District School Board seat. He is a husband and father to a teenage daughter. Getting to know Tye is getting to see true, honest character and leadership in action. Want someone you and your children can look up to and trust? Vote for Tye.
Tye has strong core values. Advocating for schools that truly educate starts with strong core values. As a product of a single parent home and a K-12 public education, Tye understands the value of what a public school system can and should offer.
Our public schools are at a pivotal time balancing the need to educate with political dictums and pressures. Along the way, parents have lost their instructional voices, teachers have been guided to become social justice activists and student SOL testing scores are two times below historical averages. Tye believes this can and must be rectified. He believes public schools should compete for ALL W-JCC school-age children, teachers should livestream and record class instruction as a resource for absent or struggling students, and that we should return vocational technical education to our high schools.
Tye makes sense. Schools should educate, not indoctrinate, and we need Tye for a more well-rounded W-JCC School Board. “
If you can volunteer or have a comment or question regarding any of the issues, please fill out the form and let me know. We need your help spreading the word about our campaign!