Parent SBDM Nomination 2021-2022
Garrison School Council

May 3, 2021

Dear Garrison School Parents:

I hope you’ll consider running for our school council, or encourage a friend to do so.

In Kentucky, each school has a council composed of the principal, elected teachers, and elected parents who make many of the most important decisions about how their school will work. The council is a wonderful chance to learn about our school, work closely with teachers, and help make our school even more successful than it is now. The parent members of the council are elected by parents. They receive training and will serve from July 1, 2021 to June 30, 2022.

Nominations are due no later than 3:30 PM on May 7, 2021. If you know someone who would be a good candidate, please do encourage that person to run.

The election will be held May 10, 2021, via Google Form on the GES website. If you will have a child enrolled at Garrison School next year, you are eligible to vote in this election. (This includes parents, step-parents, and foster parents. Legal guardians are also eligible to vote if the child lives in their home.) I urge every parent to participate in this important decision about the future of our children’s school.

Results will be announced (and a run-off election held if necessary) on May 11, 2021, on the GES website.

Thank you for your interest in our school, and please let me know if you have questions.
Your name: *
Your children who will be at our school next year: *
Your phone number: *
Your e-mail: *
Your mailing address: *
Your Statement: (Please explain why you want to be on the council. We will send copies of your statement home to all parents. We hope your statement will be 150 words or less. If it is easier for you to use the back or attach a separate sheet, that’s fine.) *
To serve on the council, you must meet each of the standards listed below. Please put a check mark next to each one to show that you meet each standard. *
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