2012-2013 SBDM Elections
2012-2013 Parent SBDM Candidates:
- Gina Whittle - I have served on several SBDM Councils both as a parent and teacher in Scott County. I would be honored to serve at the high school level and be a voice for all parents.
- Dorothy Cline - I was a Navy Photographer for eight years. Currently, I work as a location coordinator for Weight Watchers International and part time as a stained glass artist for Zeigler Stained Glass. I have an Associate of Science Degree. I am involved with both of our children's activities like 4-H, Central Kentucky Youth Orchestra, Boy Scouts and am the Vice President of Scott County FFA Alumni. I am compelled to run for the SBDM because our family values the importance of education. Both of our children are currently very involved in high school activities. Based on our family's involvement in the community and high school activities, I am concerned about the impact of the forecasted growth facing the school. This is a critical time for parents and students to both listen and to work together to better the school for all students.
- Diana Stratton - I am mother of two wonderful kids and am very active in their lives. My daughter is 20 years old and a Junior at Georgetown College. My son is 17 and is currently a Sophomore here at SCHS. I have experience serving on SBDM councils, the most recent being last year here at SCHS. I enjoy working with the school's leadership and being involved. I am looking forward to continued service on the council this coming year to help promote a great learning environment.
- Victoria Andrew - My interest in serving on Scott County High School's SBDM Council is driven by my support of Kentucky's College and Career Readiness legislation (Senate Bill 1) that focuses on strategies to ensure success for all students. More specifically, I seek to maintain high educational standards and expectations in all SCHS policies, practices and personnel so that students will graduate with the skills required for a highly competitive global environment.
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