EagleTribune.com, North Andover, MA


February 24, 2014

Donahue is right choice for Windham School Board

To the editor:

As you probably are aware, Mr. Sean Donahue is running for Windham School Board. As the election draws nearer, I’m trying to get Windham residetst to take a closer look at Sean and why he is the only choice that makes sense for Windham voters.

As a concerned parent and a former elementary school teacher, I agree that our town is indeed at a crossroads. Our schools are overly crowded, teachers are teaching off carts and they don’t have contracts. We need to empower and support our teachers so that they can provide the highest quality of education to our children, the future of this town.

Sean is also looking to bring fiscal accountability and transparency to the School Board, as well as make it a place where parents, students and residences alike can collaborate with the School Board. With over 23 years of engineering and operational experience, I think he is more than qualified for the job. Sean is used to being held accountable, managing a tight budget, making deadlines and coming up with innovative ideas. He is just what this town needs.

These are just some of the reasons why I am supporting Mr. Sean Donahue in his campaign for School Board and I’d like to see you do the same.

Sharon Pelletier


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