Harlan’s Top 3 Priorities for The Normandy School District Priority One is to gain full accreditation. Here’s how we get there.
Community Engagement: The Normandy School Collaborative belongs to the families, neighborhoods, and municipalities that trust us with their children. We have a responsibility to partner with them in the development of our nation’s most valuable resources.
Data-Driven Actions: Our children are brilliant, talented, gifted, and passionate. However, there is something preventing all of our children from shining and showing up. We must understand the problem before we seek to resolve it. We will make decisions based on facts. Not wishful thinking. We will not play games with the education of our children.
Strategic Planning: Refining our district's strategic plan with a priority on health and wellbeing is a top priority for me. Working through our schools' leadership, I hope to secure resources and support for the social and emotional well-being of all of our students.
Has served as Leadership Coach for Normandy High Schools Students through FOCUS St. Louis
Juvenile Advocate through St. Louis Family Courts in partnership with NCS and Normandy Police Department to keep our kids out of the Court System and improve Police Relations
Has worked for three years to bring Creative Arts Education to our area through LIFEArts
Member of The Board of Trustees in Pasadena Hills
Family history of advocacy for Normandy Schools and 24-1
I am asking for your support on April 5th to continue our vision of Normandy Strong.
Harlan B. Hodge, For Normandy Schools Collaborative Board | email@example.com | Paid for by the Campaign to Elect Harlan B. Hodge