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Candidate Spotlight - Jasmine Polley

Updated: Apr 30

Savannah Chatham County Public School System - School Board District 8


SCCPSS School Board is a non-partisan race





Jasmine Polley is a U. S. Army veteran and served two combat tours in Iraq. She is married (17 years) with three children all who attend Savannah-Chatham County Public Schools. She is employed by the Georgia Division of Family and Children Services as a state office manager. She is very passionate and advocates for children and their families.













Accountability

Communication Transparency Fiscal Responsibility


Savannah-Chatham County Public School System must prepare student to enter the workforce upon graduation. We need to understand that the workforce and economic needs are changing and our programs must continuously adapt to that change.


Savannah-Chatham County Public School System must strive to provide and promote the highest educational opportunities for all students. This can all be done by maintaining and enforcing high standards and accountability from the Superintendent to the part time substitute teacher.


Savannah-Chatham County Public School System must be good stewards of Chatham County taxpayer’s money. We must ensure that public funds are returned to the classroom as much as possible to improve outcomes and inspire learning. Fiscal responsibility needs to a priority.


Savannah-Chatham County Public School System must encourage growing relationships between families, the school district, and the surrounding community. Education is a shared responsibility and collaboration among the schools, community, and state agencies is vital for success.


Savannah-Chatham County Public School System must strive to have a positive, open, and honest relationship between students, families, staff, and administration. Every voice must be heard.


What does Jasmine want you to know?


The COVID-19 pandemic put our children behind academically due to the mental toll on families and the continuous virtual learning environments. We know that children are learning to read before third grade, but after third grade, they are reading to learn. Over 70% of our third graders in SCCPSS are not (grade level) proficient in reading. We must make changes; our children's futures depend on it.


Click this link to access The Governor's Office of Student Achievment (GOSA) annual report card data.


Engage with Jasmine

email: jasmine@electjasmine.com






 

* This is not an endorsement. The CCRP does not endorse candidates in nonpartisan races.








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