Bill Mignon

Published On: Jul 18 2014 12:18:26 PM EDT

Age: A Young 76

Family: Son & Daughter and four grandchildren

Occupation: School Board Chair (St. Johns County) & Intern Supervisor in the Education Department at Flagler College

Education: Bachelor of Arts in secondary and post secondary education. Master of Arts in Administration and Supervision grades K-12.

Political Experience: Seven years as a School Board Member in St. Johns County

What do you see as the top three issues in this race?

  1. A) Students in Crisis (Emotional/Developmental Needs}.
    B) Provision of effective educational services for children identified as homeless to include unaccompanied youth.
  2. Increase school readiness for children entering kindergarten in St. Johns County. Improve overall well-being and readiness for school. Provide access to age-specific programs.
  3. Growth/Capital Funding

(Candidate also listed a fourth issue: Digital Instruction/computer based training.)

Why should people vote for you?

My dedication and passion for the education of our young people. My expertise as an educator; teacher, administrator and school board member.

What do you hope to be remembered for after you leave office?

That I cared for each and every child in our school system academically and emotionally.

Campaign Website: As of July 14, I am in the process of developing a Facebook page and Twitter account.


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