Pasco School Board Pos 3

Cynthia Ledesma

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Ms. Ledesma is a first generation Mexican American...

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Steve Christensen

Elected Experience
Eight years - Pasco School District Board of Directors.

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Over 30 years experience as a mechanical engineer; small business owner; licensed mechanical engineer in Washington; fluent in the Spanish...

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Our district is underfunded for the needs of our operations, maintenance, and/or capital improvements.

Cynthia Ledesma
Ledesma

Though I have seen true dilapidated schools, we must always make sure we have appropriate upkeep and develop infrastructure that will be malleable to future

Funding in our school district is adequate for operations, maintenance, and/or capital improvements.

In the context of the district budget, our teachers are compensated fairly. Any raises should be through cost of living adjustments or the annual step increases built into the salary schedules for additional education and years of experience teaching.

Cynthia Ledesma
Ledesma

All over the country those who show face in the classroom are the true people who are frontline to educating our population.

Teachers in our district are under-compensated and should be a higher budget priority than they are currently.

The school board is doing a good job of seeking input from parents and educators.

Cynthia Ledesma
Ledesma

The school board should do a much better job of seeking input from parents and educators.

The school district must prioritize the safety of students and staff during this ongoing pandemic.

Cynthia Ledesma
Ledesma

While this pandemic is real, we also need to keep in mind the mental health of our children. Our community does not have the sufficient resources and professionals to tackle future mental health issues that will arise from such a drastic change in the daily lives of all.

The school district must prioritize getting children back into regular, in-person learning.

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