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Broadwater for HCS board
Hardin County Schools Board elections are coming up. I would like to ask voters to vote for Suzy Broadwater to be a school board representative once again. Why?
First, I have known Suzy for many years. I am a retired Hardin County teacher who taught her three children and would like to point out that as a parent she was always “there” and most interested in and supportive of the school system. She served as a room mother as well as a PTA worker and was president several times over the many years her children were in the system.
Her children all graduated from Hardin County Schools and she still is involved with the system that educated them. Thus, her interest in education in our community began many years ago.
While she has been on the school board these last four years, there have been many improvements such as North Middle School construction and opening, North Hardin High School renovations, North Park Elementary opening as a kindergarten and pre-school (if not the elementary schools would have been greatly over-crowded), as well as improvements and changes at Radcliff, Meadow View, Woodland and Vine Grove elementary schools.
Also, during her tenure graduation rates have improved, state test scores improved across the board and several programs for literacy have been improved or implemented.
Fiscally, Suzy is the one to choose, too, as she has an MBA. The board now is in better shape financially than when she was elected four years ago. There are plans for a new school and more needed renovations at existing schools.
Remember, Suzy Broadwater is the choice for Division 5 in the race for Hardin County Schools Board. She has the expertise as a school board member as well as having a vision for Hardin County Schools’ future.
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