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  • Support Sharese C. Paylor

  • My name is Dr. Raymond L. Paylor, Sr. The purpose of this letter is to ask residents of Capital School District to join me in voting for, and electing my wife, Sharese C. Paylor, to the Capital School District Board of Education on Tuesday, May 13.
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  • My name is Dr. Raymond L. Paylor, Sr. The purpose of this letter is to ask residents of Capital School District to join me in voting for, and electing my wife, Sharese C. Paylor, to the Capital School District Board of Education on Tuesday, May 13.
    Sharese is the mother of an honor roll student at Central Middle School. She also has a 26-year old son that is a graduate of Emerson College in Boston, Mass. As an involved and concerned parent, Sharese understands the challenges involved in working with teachers to get the best out of children. Teachers here in Capital can attest to her vigorous parental involvement in the education process. She will work to improve communication among teachers, administrators, and parents.
    As a veteran school board member of 10 years, I am quite knowledgeable of the dedication, knowledge, skills, and abilities required to serve in such a demanding and honorable capacity. Sharese possesses those qualities; she does not take this approach lightly. First of all, to prepare herself to serve as a school board member, she attended four National School Board Training Conferences in California and Chicago at her own expense. She also attended the National School Board’s Northeast Regional Training Conference in Washington, DC. Sharese has learned school board leadership skills from proven educational leaders from all over the country. She is prepared to bring back to Capital proven polices and national best practices. 
    Sharese is currently pursuing dual Masters’ degrees in Public Administration and Human Resources Management at Wilmington University. Sharese understands the whole phenomena of K-12 education. She understands what programs and practices children will need to master in order to become successful students and be prepared for college when they leave Capital. She understands special education laws, personnel policies and practices, and laws that protect children against discrimination, and bullying in schools.
    Capital’s Board is in urgent need of an impartial consensus builder and a professional meeting facilitator.  Sharese’ s  past experience as Supervisor for the Delaware Human Relations Division, and her current position as Chief of Civil Rights Compliance, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Rural Development, has more than prepared her for this role. She also has several years of proven practical experience in managing both state and federal budgets.  She will use this experience to increase financial oversight, and maintain a balance between district needs and taxpayer burden.
    Sharese will serve Capital well. She is an independent thinker, and will always support and develop policies that will benefit our children, our district, and our community. Please join me in voting for Sharese C. Paylor on May 13.
    Dr. Raymond L. Paylor, Sr.,
    Former President, Capital School District Board of Education
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