March 25, 2018 – West Bend, WI – On April 3rd, voters in the West Bend School District can bring stability to the school board with the proven organizational leadership and sound fiscal responsibility of Kurt Rebholz.
Kurt and his wife Jenny moved to West Bend 24 years ago, with the quality of our schools being a major factor in their decision. Their son Kyle graduated from West Bend East in 2014 and daughter Megan is currently a sophomore at East. From their first days at Green Tree Elementary, Kurt and Jenny have appreciated the efforts of every district employee that has impacted their children. This appreciation, combined with recent volatility at the board and administration level, has compelled Kurt to give back to the West Bend community.
As a local business owner, Kurt employs current and former students of West Bend Schools at Bay Marketforce. He sees firsthand the application of skills taught in the classroom and recognizes that the West Bend Schools do a wonderful job preparing students for secondary education and employment after graduation. Despite the administrative challenges of the recent past, our educators continue to do great work in the classroom.
Chris Zwygart also brings solid organizational experience to the board, gained through his Chief Legal Officer responsibilities at West Bend Mutual Insurance and numerous volunteer board appointments over the years. Together, they understand that leadership is about compromise and working together in mutual respect.
For the good of our students, our teachers and administration, and the taxpayers supporting the West Bend School District, please join me in voting for proven leadership with Kurt Rebholz and Chris Zwygart on April 3.
Treasurer, Kurt Rebholz for West Bend Schools
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