Nassau County School Board, District 2

Published On: Oct 17 2012 01:57:54 PM EDT
Updated On: Oct 18 2012 03:45:30 PM EDT

Gail G. Cook and John M. Pulitce are the candidates still in the race for Nassau County School Board, District 2.   This is a non-partisan races and elected countywide.

Gail G. Cook



AGE:  60
FAMILY:  Two daughters
OCCUPATION:  Education Liaison for  Family Support Services of North Florida
EDUCATION:  BsED, Georgia Southern College
POLITICAL EXPERIENCE:  Nassau County School Board Member since 1992
 
WHAT DO YOU SEE AS THE TOP THREE ISSUES IN THIS RACE?

  • "Maintain our "A" school district status with falling state and local revenue sources Continue innovative instructional programs that challenge students to meet increased standards and graduation requirements Identify and fund vocational programs to train our students for the future job market"

 

HOW DO YOU THINK YOU CAN HELP VOTERS IN A WAY OTHERS IN THIS RACE CAN'T?

"The knowledge and experience to make difficult decisions to work with state and federal unfunded mandates and maintain success for all Nassau County schools."
 
WHAT WOULD YOU HOPE TO BE REMEMBERED FOR ACCOMPLISHING AFTER SERVING IN THIS OFFICE?

  • "That I am an advocate and believer in our public education.  I support each child's right to receive to the best education that we can provide"

 

CAMPAIGN WEBSITE:  None provided

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