With Election Day approaching on April 6, I would like to encourage each of you to get involved in our community and vote. When it comes to the Muskego-Norway School Board, my vote will be for Stuart Scholz.
As a new face on the School Board, Stuart could bring fresh perspective to the discussions that need to take place to keep the district moving forward. Yet his ramp-up time would be short since he has already been involved by regularly attending board meetings and the community forums. He has also been a volunteer member of the team studying our district's facility needs for the present and future.
I have known Stuart for six years and have been involved with him at many family, community, and fundraising functions. I have coached multiple sports with him and know how seriously he takes his duty to help kids grow and develop. He will bring this same level of commitment and caring to the Muskego-Norway School Board.
The three Rs have always been a basic foundation of the education system. Stuart has his own version: He intends to be rational, reasonable and responsible.
That can only be to the benefit of our community.
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