Name: Nick Campbell
Office Desired: Jackson-Milton School Board
Occupation: Self-employed Farmer
Education: Bachelors Degree in Education from Mount Union
4 yrs experience on the School Board during a very successful time for the district, but also a very trying time ( Covid).
Alumni, former teacher & current Bluejay parent. Also a lifelong resident & tax payer in the district.
What are your priorities for the school district?
1. To continue to ensure that the values of our district represent those of our community.
2. Work alongside the administation to ensure we are hiring and promoting the best, most qualified teachers/staff/coaches to mold our students.
3. Help to foster a culture that encourages acedemic successes along with extra curricular excellence, promoting a well-rounded student experience for our children.
What policies, if any, will you support to promote diversity and inclusion in your school district?
I will only support policies that promote fairness of opportunity, not fairness of outcome. I am proud to represent a school district that is very socio-economically diverse & does not discriminate on any basis. However, the words diversity & inclusion in today’s environment have a much different meaning; I will not support any programs that reward or promote based soley on identity & not merit.
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