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Re-elect Gail Schacht For Cudahy School Board April 3rd

Cudahy, school, School Board, 2012 Election

RE-ELECT    * GAIL SCHACHT *      APRIL 3RD

 

Cudahy home owner 29 years

Two years college

3 sons, all Cudahy High School graduates, all college graduates

Proud grandmother

School Board Member for 12 years, 6 years as President, 2 years Vice-president

District representative for Bi-committee with City of Cudahy

Neighborhood Watch member

C.E.R.T. trained

Member of  St. Veronica’s Parish

Branch office administrator for Edward Jones Investments

 

Twelve years ago I took my 1st oath as a board member – an oath to champion public education in Cudahy, to help ensure that all our Cudahy school children receive the best education possible and to advocate for policies to meet the needs of all students.  If re-elected I look forward to seeing more strides made in student achievements, to see continued updates in our technology and to continue to work to ensure that we always have a balanced budget.

 

Please vote   gail schacht   tuesday, april 3rd

paid for by gail schacht, 2521 e dale ave, cudahy, wi  414-481-3463

 

 

 

EDUCATION MATTERS

Comprehensive High School

College Prep and Advanced Placement Courses, Advanced Art Courses

Tech Ed apprenticeships with local businesses

On-line Virtual School in Personal Finance,  AP English and Algebra/Trig

S.T.E.M.

Consortium with neighboring districts for an At-Risk program

Student Success

Implementation of Read 180

Intervention programs at all levels (mandatory programs at HS and MS)

Title 1 Math in High School and Middle School, Mountain Math in the grade schools

Increase in test scores on the WKCE in grades 4, 8 and 10

Park View Elementary – chosen   8 years running as a School of Promise

Community/Athletic/Recreation

Quality Theater Productions

Excellent extracurricular activities provided at all levels, summer camps through Rec department

Bi-Committee with the City of Cudahy

School of Choice for students, staff and parents

Hired Police Liaison Officers

Controlled Costs

Lowered taxes (per mil rate) 8 of 12 years

Expenditures are focused on health, safety, security and energy management

Passed referendum to allow for capital projects funded at 0% interest. (Able to complete estimated $5 million in projects for $3.75 million)

 

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