School Board Strategies Interest Form
Public schools are places our communities connect around a common goal, a positive goal – educating our kids. Public schools are essential to our democracy. But our schools are under attack. We have all seen the recent surge of small groups of angry parents attacking our school boards around a seemingly endless list of grievances from masking, to so-called CRT in classrooms, to book bans. But the truth is long before COVID, decades of underfunding have left our schools short staffed and without the necessary resources to continue high quality public education for the next generation unless we act now. By organizing public school parents and supporters, we have the potential to create powerful, committed teams capable of shifting power locally and statewide starting with our school boards. Can you you help us turn this tide?


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Would you be interested in Down Home NC hosting an in-person workshop in your county called: “Public Schools: What Do We Want, What Do We Need?” The purpose of the workshop is to hear what are priority issues regarding your local public schools and to connect with others to take next steps toward common goals.
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Would you be willing to meet weekly about school board issues leading up to the election?
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Can you think of 2-3 people in your county that would be willing to also meet weekly about school board issues leading up to the election? Who are they?
Would you be willing to write a letter to the editor of your local paper focused on school board/ public school issues?
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Is it okay if a staff person from Down Home NC reaches out to you about writing a letter to the editor?
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Does your county currently have a working public education parent team?
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If yes, what is the team or group name and how can people find them? Include web link, email, or phone number.
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