, Kingston, NH


March 1, 2012

Sandown School Board Candidate

Sandown School Board Candidate

I would like to take this opportunity to inform you about my candidacy for the Timberlane Regional School Board from Sandown.

As a longtime resident, I bring years of leadership experience to the table in roles such as a former Chairman of the Sandown Board of Selectmen, an appointed member of the NHMA Committee on Government Affairs, founder and Chairman of the SRC, and a founder of the Sandown Local Energy Commission. I am truly grateful and blessed to have had the opportunity to serve and earn the confidence of many of our fine citizens in these roles over the years.

My vision and reason for seeking a position on the school board at this time is to lead a transformation of the Timberlane School District from a good district to an absolutely great district by ensuring that all students are inspired to achieve academic excellence in preparation for success in a competitive global environment.

If elected, I will add a greater level of depth in diversity and an independent view as a focused and engaged member of the school board. While retention of quality teachers, a dedicated administrative staff, supportive parents, effective education programs, and funding options that render taxpayer value will all be high priorities, you can be assured that the safety, support, and academic achievement of every student will always be my highest priority. You have my promise that if elected, I will provide the strong representation on this board that the residents of Sandown deserve, and nothing less.

I ask for your vote on March 13.

Roger Barczak


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