Fairfax County School Board Member Megan McLaughlin

Fairfax County School Board Member Megan McLaughlin

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Thank you very much for sharing this information about our work.

Edu-Futuro has assisted more than 1,200 Latino and immigrant families who reside in Northern Virginia and disbursed more than $900,000 in emergency assistance funds since the pandemic started, for rent, utilities, food, medicine, and other emergencies, making us the largest immigrant-led nonprofit in the region, with a $2.68 million budget and a staff of 30 at the close of the last fiscal year.

But make no mistake, we need your support.

The services we provide are unique due to our bilingual-bicultural capacity, which is not provided by any other non-profit organization in the region. Our case managers assist our beneficiaries to navigate the services for emergency assistance, without having received any financial support for the assistance provided. When the federal government offered the second round of PPP loans, our organization did not qualify. Ironically, this was because our financials looked strong due to the $900,000 we were able to raise for emergency assistance since the pandemic started, despite the fact that these funds were a passthrough, leaving our organization with a higher level of demand, and disproportionately fewer resources.

So, Edu-Futuro has become the victim of its own success. The funds we have been able to secure for the delivery of emergency assistance only allowed 2% to 10% maximum to cover administrative costs.

Despite all of the challenges, we are very proud to inform you that we quickly adjusted our organization to help those thousands of families. On June 30, 2021, when our fiscal year ended, we had provided 3,385 services to 3,268 unduplicated children, youth, and adults.

For the 85 high school students we served through our Emerging Leaders Program for college applications, financial assistance, and scholarship applications, 83 students were accepted at colleges and universities. (The 2 students who opted not to attend college postponed their postsecondary education because they were the only ones who could get jobs in their families.) For their first year, our students received over $5.58 million in financial aid and scholarships, plus an additional $21.5 million to those students who secured four-year financial support.

These students are currently attending very prestigious universities like Yale, Stanford, Harvard, NYU, William and Mary, Marymount, George Mason, Northern Virginia Community College, George Washington, the University of Virginia, and Virginia Tech among others.

We would really appreciate it if you assist us in keeping the capacity we have to continue providing critical services to the members of our community in Northern Virginia.

Whether you can donate or not before the end of this campaign on December 31st, please visit our website and be a volunteer. We thank you in advance for supporting us.

Happy holidays!
Join me, Congressman Gerry Connolly, Delegate Eileen Filler-Corn, Delegate David Bulova, Fairfax County School Board Member Megan McLaughlin and community members for a virtual Best of Braddock Awards Ceremony in less than two hours, tonight, Wednesday, December 8, at 7:00 p.m. Hope to see you there!

Join Virtual Ceremony: https://bit.ly/3HDZKAD
Many thanks to the dozens of Jewish FCPS parents, students and employees who completed JCRC’s survey about your experiences with the new “O” calendar.

“Rather than adopt an equitable, inclusive calendar that would alleviate administrative, academic, and emotional burdens on Jewish students, families and teachers, and therefore on the school district overall, the School Board created a system that clearly caused even greater stress for Jews, burdening them with the responsibility to enforce compliance and defend their own rights, regardless of the personal cost,” said Guila Franklin Siegel, JCRC Associate Director.

#FCPSfaithequity.
Fairfax County Public Schools
Karen Keys-Gamarra, Abrar Omeish, Rachna Sizemore Heizer, Fairfax County School Board Member at Large, Fairfax County School Board Member Megan McLaughlin, Elaine Tholen School Board Member Fairfax Co Public Schools Dranesville, Melanie K. Meren, Tamara Derenak Kaufax, Ricardy Anderson, Karen Corbett Sanders, Karl Frisch, Laura Jane Cohen, Stella Pekarsky, Fairfax County School Board Member, Sully District, Pranav Choudhary
Edu-Futuro has developed a research-based two-generation approach that ensures immigrant youth and families attain postsecondary goals, improve long-term financial stability, and strengthen interfamily cohesiveness. Every year more families are positively impacted by Edu-Futuro’s programs.

During the last fiscal year, Edu-Futuro provided 3,385 services to 3,268 unduplicated children, youth, and adults, of which 80% are considered extremely low-income, very low-income, and low-income (based on the Community Development Block Grant Income limits.)

In our 2021 virtual Gala, Building a Brighter Future, we will honor these families' resilience, especially in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic.

If you can't join us in Building a Brighter Future, we're going to miss you, but we hope you can make a donation or sponsor the event to support those families. Thank you very much!
Had a blast joining Woodson High School’s Homecoming Parade alongside Braddock School Board Member Megan McLaughlin. Great seeing so many friends and neighbors enjoying the fun. Happy homecoming, Cavaliers!
We're ready to meet you again (virtually!) so SAVE THE DATE for BUILDING A BRIGHTER FUTURE!

We will love to see you on our 23rd. Gala (virtual) on Friday, November 5, at 6:30 pm.

The money you give to BUILDING A BRIGHTER FUTURE will help minority students and immigrant families break the cycle of poverty!

Join Edu-Futuro guests and stakeholders, including elected officials, school board members, and administrators from Fairfax, Arlington, and Prince William Counties, and the Cities of Alexandria and Roanoke, to celebrate the success of first-generation college-bound students, and the wellbeing of immigrant and Latino families!

We are all Building a Brighter Future! Thank you for supporting immigrant children, youth, and families in Virginia.
We are mindful that calendar changes, both positive and negative, are taking place across Northern Virginia with respect to the Jewish holidays.
We are delighted that for the first time Arlington and Prince William County Schools will close for the first day of Rosh Hashanah and on Yom Kippur, and Loudoun County public schools will be closed on Yom Kippur.
The Fairfax County calendar is sowing confusion without providing the equity we have long sought, based on initial feedback from students, parents, and teachers.
Take Action Now with the Hineini- Here I Am social media campaign!
#FCPSfaithequity
Fairfax County Public Schools
Karen Keys-Gamarra, Abrar Omeish, Rachna Sizemore Heizer, Fairfax County School Board Member at Large, Fairfax County School Board Member Megan McLaughlin, Elaine Tholen School Board Member Fairfax Co Public Schools Dranesville, Melanie K. Meren, Tamara Derenak Kaufax, Ricardy Anderson, Karen Corbett Sanders, Karl Frisch, Laura Jane Cohen, Stella Pekarsky, Fairfax County School Board Member, Sully District, Pranav Choudhary
The Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC) of Greater Washington today thanked Virginia Governor Ralph Northam for elevating and recognizing the critical importance of cultural and religious sensitivity in our school systems. Governor Northam today heard recommendations from a taskforce he appointed to determine how Commonwealth schools can increase religious equity.

Please click on the link to learn more.
#FCPSfaithequity
Fairfax County Public Schools
Karen Keys-Gamarra, Abrar Omeish, Rachna Sizemore Heizer, Fairfax County School Board Member at Large, Fairfax County School Board Member Megan McLaughlin, Elaine Tholen School Board Member Fairfax Co Public Schools Dranesville, Melanie K. Meren, Tamara Derenak Kaufax, Ricardy Anderson, Karen Corbett Sanders, Karl Frisch, Laura Jane Cohen, Stella Pekarsky, Fairfax County School Board Member, Sully District, Pranav Choudhary
High School students are going back to their schools. Unfortunately, some of them won't go to college in the near future.

But they still have a chance. Sign them up for ELP I now. Link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdmLsNoYYoxzx2GlnU3Ey4AP6miGEhE5OqTJCt__yk-kO9Ziw/viewform

They can go to college with our support. Thanks for sharing!
We are in your district and are having difficulty finding out when are the next elections for school board members. Thanks.
This week is special. This week, today, tomorrow, you can support a student in need with his/her school supplies.

Back to School brings them joy. You can support them and contribute to their happiness. With school supplies, fun and learn will be the best motivation for a kid.

Please click on the link and select one of the kits. Thank you for supporting and sharing.

At Edu-Futuro, we work hard to bring quality programming to the community, we take care of each other as a family, we value and respect each other, and we enjoy each other’s company while we know our students and families are getting the services they deserve from a dedicated team.

Edu-Futuro has been a host site for AmeriCorps members since 2009, through grants managed by the state of Virginia, and has worked in different partnerships to bring AmeriCorps members to serve our Northern Virginia community.

Currently, Edu-Futuro was chosen as one of only 12 lead agencies in the Commonwealth of Virginia for the National AmeriCorps Community Service Program. This major accomplishment represents a landmark moment in the development of Edu-Futuro, which has been an AmeriCorps sub-grantee for more than a decade. During the three-year agreement with the AmeriCorps State and Territory, The Commission will allow Edu-Futuro to increase the number of AmeriCorps members on our staff, from 5 to 19.

Members of the Edu-Futuro AmeriCorps program serve at Edu-Futuro by facilitating leadership and college readiness workshops, mentoring middle and high school students, as well as providing meaningful programs and experiences for their parents. Edu-Futuro builds partnerships with local school systems and other non-profit organizations to provide college readiness skills and career preparation to the immigrant families in our community. Since 2011, the program has empowered over 2,100 K-12 students and parents from immigrant families in leadership training, college preparation, STEM activities, and parent engagement services.

Please check the following flyer for information on how to apply and become part of the Edu-Futuro family this 2021-2022. Thank you for sharing!

https://edu-futuro.org/join-our-team/#americorps

Megan McLaughlin - Fairfax County School Board-Braddock District-TRUSTED LEADERSHIP & DEDICATED VOICE FOR OUR COMMUNITY. FAIRGRADE President and Co-Founder (Successfully changed FCPS harmful grading policies)

Former PTA President and Executive Board Member

Fairfax Education Coalition Chairman and Co-founder (Parent/Teacher Advocacy Group)

Former Georgetown University Admissions Officer

Restore Honors Courses Leadership Team (High School Honors Courses)

Fairfax Zero Tolerance Reform Leadership Team (Change harmful discipline policies)

Woodson Bus Depot Coalition Co-chair (Stop the Woodson Bus Depot)

2003 Braddock District School Bond Representative

Operating as usual

05/28/2021

This Monday, 5/31 is the premiere of my friend & Emmy-winning director Jonathan Silvers’ new PBS documentary about this 1921 tragedy that too few Americans know about. It will be shown locally in DC on WETA. It marks the 100th anniversary of this historical event, and captures the continuing concerns of our time.

This Monday, 5/31 is the premiere of my friend & Emmy-winning director Jonathan Silvers’ new PBS documentary about this 1921 tragedy that too few Americans know about. It will be shown locally in DC on WETA. It marks the 100th anniversary of this historical event, and captures the continuing concerns of our time.

01/28/2021

In honor of Principals Appreciation Week, I want to convey my deep appreciation for FCPS’ highly dedicated principals. Thank you for ALL that you do in support of our students, families, teachers, and school employees. Here’s to better days ahead! 🙏🏻

In honor of Principals Appreciation Week, I want to convey my deep appreciation for FCPS’ highly dedicated principals. Thank you for ALL that you do in support of our students, families, teachers, and school employees. Here’s to better days ahead! 🙏🏻

Heather Graf on Twitter 01/28/2021

Heather Graf on Twitter

For those who are closely following this complex issue of reopening our K12 public schools, here’s what our VA Governor (and pediatrician) had to say:

https://twitter.com/abc7heathergraf/status/1354559501672837121?s=21

Heather Graf on Twitter “Much of @GovernorVA's news conference today focused on vaccine distribution efforts --- but he also spoke briefly about his stance on getting Virginia students back into classrooms, and his message was clear. WATCH HERE: https://t.co/lTY6vWmb6n”

01/20/2021

During today’s uplifting inauguration ceremony, a young star emerged onto our nation’s stage: US Poet Amanda Gorman who delivered these profound & inspiring words in her poem The Hill We Climb: “...the new dawn balloons as we free it. For there was always light, if only we are brave enough to see it, brave enough to be it...”. What a gifted young woman!

During today’s uplifting inauguration ceremony, a young star emerged onto our nation’s stage: US Poet Amanda Gorman who delivered these profound & inspiring words in her poem The Hill We Climb: “...the new dawn balloons as we free it. For there was always light, if only we are brave enough to see it, brave enough to be it...”. What a gifted young woman!

Building Independence in Children with Dr. William Stixrud 01/19/2021

Building Independence in Children with Dr. William Stixrud

7:00 PM Tonight: A special presentation

“Building Independence in Children”, with nationally recognized clinical neuropsychologist Dr. William R. Stixrud.

This event is sponsored by the Fairfax County Special Education PTA (SEPTA). Dr. Stixrud is the co-author of the best-selling book, The Self-Driven Child: The Science and Sense of Giving Your Kids More Control Over Their Lives. He will discuss the importance of autonomy and a healthy sense of control for students with disabilities.

Please see below for additional details about Dr. Stixrud's background and information regarding tonight's discussion.

Here is the YouTube link:

https://m.youtube.com/watch?utm_content&utm_medium=email&utm_name&utm_source=govdelivery&utm_term&v=FCDqoD4yx3o

Building Independence in Children with Dr. William Stixrud Please note: ASL interpreters are available to those in the Zoom. Please email [email protected] if you need this access!If you have appr...

06/16/2020

It was so uplifting to participate in the Ravensworth Farm Civic Association’s Car Parade, this past Friday, in honor of 31 year FCPS retiree Laverne Brown (building supervisor). Principal Erika Aspuria, PTA President Andrea Poole and I presented Ms. Brown with a formal FCPS Recognition for her beloved years of service to the community. We were also joined by Braddock District Supervisor James Walkinshaw and long-time resident Jim Hickey. Many thanks to RFCA Vice-President Scott Houghton for inviting James Walkinshaw & me to attend. It was such a joyful celebration! Kudos to all of the students, families & residents who participated in this amazing car parade! Best wishes Ms. Brown as you begin your next chapter in life 🍀🎉. (With Jim Hickey)

nytimes.com 04/11/2020

Free access to Times journalism for high schools.

Great opportunity: FREE access to New York Times journalism for all FCPS high school students and teachers. Please see the link below:

https://www.nytimes.com/initiative/highschoolaccess

nytimes.com From April 6 until July 6, every high school across the U.S. will have free access to New York Times journalism.

04/10/2020

Fairfax County School Board Member Megan McLaughlin's cover photo

04/10/2020

Student Voice - Jada's advice for mental health and wellness

Very proud to spotlight this student (from one of my Braddock District schools) who has a valuable message related to mental health and well-being during the COVID-19 crisis. Go Woodson HS Cavaliers!

https://youtu.be/5fXyNlcmzrA

We asked some students to give each other tips on how to focus on mental health and wellness during this difficult time. Jada shares her thoughts with us in ...

11/23/2019

As our community heads into the holiday season, I want to share this poignant message about promoting “joy” in our children’s lives. Mental health and wellbeing are paramount to a good life, so let’s nurture and teach these important core values every day to our youth!

11/02/2019

Re-Elect Megan McLaughlin on November 5th

Dear Friends, with just a few days before Tuesday's Nov 5th Election, please share this FB Posting of my video to encourage Braddock District residents to vote for me and my proven record as a trusted and experienced leader who delivers results for our community. I am proud to be endorsed by the Washington Post and our teachers associations. Unlike my opponent who is new to Fairfax County, I am a 20+year resident and an 18 year FCPS parent with an extensive background in education, social work, community advocacy, and an 8 year record of dedicated public service on the Fairfax County School Board. As a 2nd-generation Woodson family and homeowner, I am deeply committed to neighborhood schools and stable boundaries. With your help, I will bring experienced leadership to our School Board which is responsible for a $3 billion budget, 28,000 employees, 188,000 students, and 200 schools. With 6 of the 12 School Board Members retiring, it is even more crucial to have experienced leadership on the FCPS School Board. Thank you for your support and please VOTE on November 5th! (To learn more about my record of service, please visit: www.megan4schools.com)

10/31/2019

James Walkinshaw

PLEASE SHARE THIS to your FB Page & Vote November 5th for our Braddock Team!

Teachers choose Democrats James Walkinshaw for Braddock Supervisor and Megan McLaughlin for Braddock School Board Member because they know that they’ll fight for our world-class public schools. James & Megan will work to increase funding to reduce class sizes, provide competitive salaries to attract and retain the best teachers, and support programs to promote academic success for every student. Be a voter: vote for Democrats James Walkinshaw and Megan McLaughlin on November 5th!

10/29/2019

Fairfax County School Board Member Megan McLaughlin's cover photo

10/28/2019

Dear Fairfax County Friends, there is only 1 week until our Tuesday Nov 5th Election, PLEASE help raise VOTER awareness of my Re-Election by SHARING this FB Post. My opponent continues to spread baseless fears in an attempt to win this seat, so EVERY vote counts. For more information about my 8 years of proven leadership, please visit www.megan4schools.com. Thank you & PLEASE vote next Tuesday, Nov 5th!

10/27/2019

WASHINGTON POST ENDORSES MEGAN AGAIN! Megan is honored to receive the Post’s endorsement for the Braddock District School Board seat. As with her 2 prior elections, the Post recognizes Megan’s experienced leadership, calling her “Smart and principled” and “deserves another four-year term”. The Post also noted that her opponent and the other Republican endorsed School Board candidates are “trafficking in fear, misinformation and demonization”. PLEASE vote on November 5th for Megan and the Democratic-endorsed candidates to ensure TRUTH triumphs over FEAR and Falsehoods.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/the-posts-endorsements-for-fairfax-countys-school-board/2019/10/25/8edb21cc-f693-11e9-a285-882a8e386a96_story.html?fbclid=IwAR3a5aTeKjS8Eo1EkRQELzKi4fTG0MmeR1yOmuuecO7f0404nvapquzH7rg

10/19/2019

Dr. Brabrand's Statement on the Boundary Policy Review | Fairfax County Public Schools

In this November 5th Election, Braddock District voters can count on me to bring experience and integrity to this important position on the School Board. Regrettably, my opponent is choosing to engage in a campaign of fear and misinformation for political gain. Specifically, FCPS is NOT going to embark on countywide “redistricting”.

The facts are that the School Board is working with a consultant to identify best practices for FCPS’ current Boundary Policy to address overcrowding in some schools, as well as ensure robust community engagement throughout this process.

Listed below is the factual information provided by FCPS Superintendent Scott Brabrand; both his statement and his video. In addition, I have posted videos of my work session remarks to demonstrate my deep commitment to neighborhood schools, stable boundaries, and shorter bus rides for our students.

PLEASE watch the videos and read the Superintendent’s statement to learn the facts.

https://www.fcps.edu/blog/dr-brabrands-statement-boundary-policy-review

The DIRECT link to Superintendent Brabrand’s video on the boundary policy review:

https://youtu.be/f2gs4kR-hAU

fcps.edu Dr. Brabrand's Statement on the Boundary Policy Review By Office of Communication and Community Relations Message from the Superintendent September 19, 2019 Share Page Dear Parents,    The 2019-20 school year is in full swing in Fairfax County Public Schools (FPCS)! I've visited several schools a...

10/19/2019

I know families want boundary stability

I strongly believe:
- “instability and frequent changing of schools is harmful”
- “we have to be mindful no child benefits and this county does not benefit with kids being on long bus rides” and
- “families want the stability”

10/19/2019

Community involvement is essential in boundary considerations

I believe School Board members are “elected to represent our constituency of over a million people in this county and I do not think any of the twelve of us would want to get out in front of our community without their voices being heard”

10/19/2019

I had a personal experience with boundary change as a student

I personally experienced a boundary change as an elementary school student and “don’t let anyone tell you [a boundary change] doesn’t affect kids. It was a really difficult two years for me and it has stuck with me to this day...psychologically how it is affects kids is real… We could bring in any psychology expert who will tell us don’t ever underestimate what it does when you change boundaries.”

10/19/2019

Boundary stability is an important value for our community

I know from personal experience that “any time we talk about boundaries we want to ensure [for] our community that we also understand that stability in communities is also an important value”

10/19/2019

Megan is committed to minimizing boundary changes

When considering boundary issues, I believe the “psycho, social, emotional impact of boundary changes [on students] is so important. I am thankful to live in a county… that we try to minimize disruption to our communities…because we know the psycho, social, emotional impact on communities”

10/19/2019

Megan believes community engagement is paramount to boundary policy review

"School boundaries are one of the key constituency issues on which we need to engage the community"

This is one of several videos I am posting to highlight my long-standing commitment to strong neighborhood schools, stable boundaries, shorter bus rides for our students and robust community engagement.

10/18/2019

Fairfax County School Board Member Megan McLaughlin

As the daughter of a former public school teacher and co-founder/former President of the Fairfax Education Coalition (teacher associations & parent advocacy groups), I am so honored to receive the FEA endorsement. Special thanks to FEA & their members for providing this wonderful Meet & Greet for their locally-endorsed Fairfax County candidates. With their help & support, we will successfully elect strong & effective local leadership on November 5th! With James Walkinshaw, President Kimberly Adams, Mimi Dash, Kevin Hickerson, Jeff McKay, Steve Descano, Rodney Lusk, Linda Sperling, Kathy Smith, Rachna Sizemore Heizer, Laura Cohen, Elaine Tholen, Melanie Meren Ricardy Anderson, & Stella Kakissis Pekarsky

10/18/2019

As the daughter of a former public school teacher and co-founder/former President of the Fairfax Education Coalition (teacher associations & parent advocacy groups), I am so honored to receive the FEA endorsement. Special thanks to FEA & their members for providing this wonderful Meet & Greet for their locally-endorsed Fairfax County candidates. With their help & support, we will successfully elect strong & effective local leadership on November 5th! With James Walkinshaw, President Kimberly Adams, Mimi Dash, Kevin Hickerson, Jeff McKay, Steve Descano, Rodney Lusk, Linda Sperling, Kathy Smith, Rachna Sizemore Heizer, Laura Cohen, Elaine Tholen, Melanie Meren Ricardy Anderson, & Stella Kakissis Pekarsky

10/15/2019

Yesterday at our Fairfax County School Board all-day Work Session, these two students did a masterful job sharing their experiences with this year’s high school rollout of the FCPSOn 1:1 Digital Device Program. As part of the administrator/teacher/parent/student panel, these students described the benefits of having a FCPS-issued laptop, as an additional tool for learning. Specifically, they identified the ease of accessing curriculum, research, and software applications beyond hard copy textbooks, working on group projects, and bringing the laptop home for more seamless and portable learning. In addition to the panel discussion, the Board also received a briefing from Johns Hopkins University researchers who have been analyzing the Chantilly HS pyramid’s 1:1 Digital Device pilot. Their findings continue to demonstrate the benefits of providing a laptop to high school students to ensure a level-playing field for learning, along with increasing “digital literacy” for our students as they prepare for college and/or career opportunities.

I am also pleased that FCPS is placing an equally high importance on providing effective instruction on “digital citizenship” for our students, as well as information/trainings for parents to help protect student privacy, prevent cyber-bullying, and overall responsible use of digital technology. (FCPS has also installed extensive digital firewalls to prevent student access to inappropriate online content, as well as ensure robust security/privacy protections).

For further information, you can click on this FCPS website link:

https://www.fcps.edu/resources/technology/fcpson

09/07/2019

My 2019 Re-Election campaign for the Fairfax County School Board/Braddock District is officially launched! Website, yard signs, bumper stickers, and door cards are ready to share with the voters. I remain as passionate today about improving our public schools (190,000 students) and serving our employees & community as when I was first elected in 2011! Please visit my website: megan4schools.com and if you live in Fairfax County, please help voters learn about my 8 year record of being a trusted voice who delivers results for students, teachers, families, and our community! Vote November 5th for Megan McLaughlin, so I can continue to be the public servant that our community deserves.

08/29/2019

As a two-term School Board Member, co-founder and former President of the Fairfax Education Coalition (FEC) and daughter of a former public school teacher, I am deeply honored to earn this important endorsement from the Fairfax Education Association (FEA). The strength of FCPS is directly tied to hiring and retaining the best teachers. That is why I continue to champion competitive teacher pay, reducing class sizes and teacher workload, as well as protecting teacher planning time and employee due process rights. With the support of FEA and our community, I look forward to making a positive difference in our schools for students, families and FCPS employees in the years to come.

We are proud to endorse Fairfax County School Board Member Megan McLaughlin for re-election.

06/10/2019

Very inspiring graduation ceremony today for the 2019 Lake Braddock Bruins! Enjoyed sharing this special occasion with my School Board colleagues, Supt. Scott Brabrand, State Delegate Eileen Filler-Corn, & County Supervisors Pat Herrity & John Cook. I also enjoyed meeting Adam Tuss/NBC4 Transportation reporter & Sunday news anchor, who served as the Keynote Speaker. (a native Philadelphian who knows where to find the BEST cheesesteaks!) Best wishes to the Bruin grads as they begin this next journey in their lives!🍀🎓🎉💜💛

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Re-Elect Megan McLaughlin on November 5th
I know families want boundary stability
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I had a personal experience with boundary change as a student
Boundary stability is an important value for our community
Megan is committed to minimizing boundary changes
Megan believes community engagement is paramount to boundary policy review

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