School Board Election

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District F - Brooke Westlake

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Brooke Westlake

District F

Candidate Website

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Agrees with BBME's Parental Bill of Rights

Brooke was happy to interview with BBME and share his ideas with us.  

Background:

Ms. Westlake has lived in Nevada since 1989. She is a single parent of two boys, ages 3 and 12 (she was married to Scott Kelley, a former WCSD Board of Trustee).  She attended Roger Corbett Elementary, Vaughn Middle School and Earl Wooster High School.  Ms. Westlake is a first generation college graduate and earned an A.A. Associates of Arts at Truckee Meadows Community College, B.A. Criminal Justice at the University of Nevada, Reno, and a M.A. Criminal Justice at the University of Nevada, Reno. Go to her website to see her Governor appointments and community service. She is currently the owner and founder of Women in Cannabis Expo.

Platform:

The WCSD has gone through an intense decade of public shaming, continued issues that include funding, superintendent struggles, & board member issues. The focus has been shifted away from those most affected. The focus needs to be framed around the needs of the students, families and the community.

 

Goals for WCSD   

  • Get Back to Education Basics: Reading, Writing & Arithmetic

  • Stay Focused on Education as a Critical Foundation for Children

  • PUT back Parental RIGHTS & Written Consent 

  • Removal CRT Books from School Libraries 

  • Removal of Political Agendas 

  • Remove Indoctrination-Replace with Education

  • Education & Funding for all Students  

  • Reduce Labor Shortages Objectives

  • Work as a team for the greater good of the students & teachers 

  • Show the community positive changes that have been implemented

  • Move away from the negative media attention and put the focus back on positivity 

  • Remove Indoctrination-Replace with Education

  • Allow Parents the Rights to Choose Added Programs

  • Focus on Getting Nevada Ranked Higher in Public Education 

  • Agrees with BBME Parent Bill of Rights

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She agrees with BBME's Parent Bill of Rights.

BBME Interview:  Read Here