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Bobbie Saulsberry seeks re-election to the Raytown School Board


I am Bobbie Saulsberry, elected to the School Board in 2007; re-elected in 2010.  I’ve served as Board President, Policy Committee Chair, served as a member on the Finance and Technology Committees.  My family and I have lived in the District for 35 years.  I am the mother of 3 children, all graduates of the District, I have 3 grandchildren currently attending school.  I am married and work for Missouri Gas Energy.

I received an Associate of Arts Degree from Penn Valley Community College, Kansas City, Missouri.

I am running for the school board to continue to serve my community as well as the staff of Raytown C2 School District by contributing my time, talents and passion to help our students achieve educational excellence and to grow into adults who are well-prepared to be good citizens

 I am a supporter of public education and I believe that my knowledge and experience will help me to continue to provide leadership and expand the District’s vision for each student’ success.

As a Board member my efforts are center on serving all of the children in our District; no child should be left out of receiving an education. As a Board member I partner with the Superintendent and his administrative team and teachers in supporting them to serve all of the children.

In addition to ensuring that we have provided for the educational needs of all children, I want to continue to help build a District where students, parents, teachers, and staff feel they are welcome and that they belong.

It is my desire to continue my service as a school board member by adding to the collective wisdom of the school board body to impact student learning for a global market.

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