As a member of the Human Rights Commission and the Jonah Project, Jennifer has shown a commitment to helping the most vulnerable in our community. She brings a diverse perspective to the school board and a focus on providing solutions to help the most needy students.
Jennifer knows we need to prepare our students for the future, not the past. To prepare children for the 21st century, we need to be proactive, which means investing in innovative learning, like STEM schools (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) and project based learning options.
The most important aspect of public education is the student’s success. Everything we do in schools should flow from a desire for each student to experience their greatest success. The students of Spokane Public Schools will be Jennifer’s first priority.