Sunday, 27 November 2022

Allen: All students should have the opportunity to learn and succeed

My name is Larry Allen and I am currently serving as president of the Middletown Unified School Board.

Our community has always come together to support our most important resource, our kids.

We all want the same thing: strong, high quality public schools that give every student the freedom to reach their potential.

All students should have the opportunity to learn and succeed. I am focused on getting them the support they need to thrive, including access to mental health services.

I know that public educators are some of the most trusted and respected people in every community. In order to attract and keep the best we need to pay our educators as the professionals they are and give them the respect they deserve.

Our schools must provide the best education we can in order to ensure our kids are successful in whatever career paths they choose. I am a strong advocate for transparency and communication. School Boards are about our kids. As a retired 35-year teacher I am student tested, parent approved. I appreciate your vote. Thank you.

Larry Allen lives in Cobb, California.

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