Steven Hardman – South Summit District 4
South Summit District 4, Steven Hardman
What are your qualifications and why are you running?
I have lived in the Kamas Valley all of my life. I have been involved in several community activities that have helped in making the Kamas Valley what it is today. I am seeking re-election because I believe that education is a vital key in preparing our young people to make the most of their lives. A good education will also aid them in providing for their families and make wise decisions to make our country become a success.
In light of the shift in population around the district’s borders, what are your views on potentially changing the district boundaries?
In light of district borders and population growth, my view is that the three boards and district administrators should meet and once again evaluate what would be most beneficial for each district in meeting the education needs of students in our county.
What is your long-term vision for the district? Please be specific in you answer, addressing areas such as growth, curriculum and district performance.
Growth is an unknown and is hard to second guess. Considering the size of our district and the required testing and guide lines we have to follow, my goal is to continue to meet the needs of our students and tax payers while implementing curriculum that will challenge our students to do their best. I consider myself open minded and invite anyone in my community to contact me with any questions, concerns or comments they would like to talk with me about.
With limited financial resources, how can the district improve the education it offers students?
Our school district is small and my priority has been and will be to provide our students with the best education with the limited resources we have while getting the most use out of the funds we have available to us.
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