Anthony Dell ‘Aquila is advocating better collaboration between students, parents, teachers and the BOE
“I am running for the Board of Education because I know from first-hand experience that there is a serious disconnect between students, parents, teachers and administrators who are all trying their best in difficult times and a School Board that should be doing more to communicate and collaborate with them,” said Anthony Dell ‘Aquila. “The Lyndhurst School Board shouldn’t be political if Lyndhurst is going to put quality education on the front burner where it belongs.”
Dell ‘Aquila, a Lyndhurst High School graduate and Rutgers University Criminal Justice Academic Scholarship student says he values “the opportunities that Lyndhurst school administrators, teachers, coaches and staff helped me achieve” and ” I want to help them face these challenging times as their advocate on the Board of Education.”
Anthony Dell ‘Aquila laid out a 6-point agenda as a Board of Education Trustee if elected on Tuesday, November 5th:
- Work cooperatively with Superintendent Anthony Grieco and the entire Board of Education to create a better long-range vision for the Lyndhurst School district.
- Be transparent with the public to keep them informed about the Lyndhurst Public School’s progress and challenges.
- Collaborate in a non-political manner with the other members of the Lyndhurst Board of Education and all public officials.
- Pay careful attention to public finances and work with the state monitor and manage the fiscal health of the Lyndhurst Schools.
- Focus first on helping Lyndhurst Schools students achieve by implementing policies that will help ensure academic and personal success for all Lyndhurst public school students.
- Enforce strong anti-nepotism standards and advocate for strict merit-based hiring and promotions for all staff positions.
Anthony Dell ‘Aquila is a candidate for the two-year unexpired term open on the Lyndhurst Board of Education on Tuesday, November 5th.
Learn more at Dell ‘Aquila’s website: LyndhurstSchools.us