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Parsons: Cieniawski is ‘best qualified to make a difference’ in Scottsdale schools

Posted 11/2/20

President John F. Kennedy once said, “One person can make a difference, and everyone should try.” That is what SUSD Governing Board candidate, Julie Cieniawski, intends to continue doing …

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Parsons: Cieniawski is ‘best qualified to make a difference’ in Scottsdale schools

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President John F. Kennedy once said, “One person can make a difference, and everyone should try.” That is what SUSD Governing Board candidate, Julie Cieniawski, intends to continue doing once elected to the board.

In her capacity as a career educator and teacher leader, Julie has worked tirelessly to advocate for the students and staff of Scottsdale Unified School District. She has a distinguished history of providing leadership amid challenging and changing circumstances.

Her engagement in the Scottsdale community and her dedication to the students and staff of SUSD is evidence of her commitment to making meaningful change.

Julie Cieniawski has the work ethic, the heart, and the mindfulness that will represent our community well on the governing board. She is collaborative and solution oriented. She listens to stake-holders and focuses on reaching consensus to accomplish goals that are mutually beneficial. Her contributions are sure to help SUSD emerge stronger than ever, resulting in a more robust Scottsdale.

Please join me in voting for the candidate that is best qualified to make a difference in Scottsdale public schools, Julie Cieniawski.

Editor’s Note: Beth Parsons is a retired Scottsdale Unified School District teacher and educator advocate.

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