March 28, 2022 – Slinger, WI – Three incumbents are up for re-election for the Slinger School Board on Tuesday, April 5, 2022; there is also a challenger – Mr. Bill Brewer.
The Slinger School District has done a “good” job but maintaining the status quo in a changing world is not helping our students achieve excellence.
We are fortunate and blessed to have nice facilities, but what matters most is what is being taught to our students IN the classroom.
The state and DPI keep lowering academic standards so the current school board touting that Slinger tests higher than schools around us aren’t really telling the entire story. Wisconsin DPI website shows Slinger student proficiency has been declining steadily in Math and ELA since 2018.
If you’ve attended school board meetings or candidate forums, you know one of the incumbents likes to use sports analogies often, so I’ll use one here.
The current school board is like our beloved Green Bay Packers. Sure, they have a good regular season, and score better than the teams around them. However, when it comes to the playoffs when the stakes are highest, they can’t achieve that level of excellence.
The stakes are too high to maintain the status quo. The time is now to have a leader on the board that can take us from a ‘good’ team to a consistent championship winner.
That leader is Bill Brewer.
We need a leader that recognizes harmful ideologies that will keep them away from our youngest students and a leader that will raise the standards of academic excellence for ALL of our students.
It’s time for a change on the Slinger School Board. Vote Bill Brewer on April 5.
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