This is official! This is not a drill!
Hi all, My name is Noah Gale and I am writing to say that if there starts being an elected Board of Education in our Township of Montclair, I am proud and ecstatic to announce that I will officially be the first person to run to get elected to the board!
I have always loved attending the Board of Education Meetings since I was in kindergarten, and I love observing and listening to know what is going on. I grew up in Montclair and I have been a Montclair resident since Friday, June 24, 2005. I am even currently a college student in Montclair, studying early childhood education at Montclair State University so I can become a kindergarten teacher one day at Nishuane (the same elementary school I attended when I was younger).
I am a Montclair High School Class of 2018 alumnus and I love everything about the school system. Not only am I trying to make history as the first elected Board of Education member if there starts being one, but also the youngest ever board member and the very first college student on the board.
I hope you support me, Noah Gale for Montclair Board of Education Member.
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