On this episode of the Teacher Voice podcast, I sat down and spoke with Henry “Shake” Washington, one of the two finalists who made it past the primary and into the general election on November 6th. Although Shake has already been endorsed by the Tampa Bay Times, I invited him on the podcast so that voters could hear from the man himself. We discuss his 42 year career with HCPS, why he decided to run for the School Board, and his vision for the future. Please listen to what he has to say and share with others!
The latest guest on the Teacher Voice podcast is Bill Person, an Air Force veteran, a retired teacher and administrator with 35 years of experience, as well as a public education advocate. We sat down to discuss his current candidacy, his close race for the District 1 seat in 2016, and what needs to be done to help the current situation facing our school district.
And if you are a current candidate running for an HCPS school board seat, whether running for the first time or seeking reelection, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can set up an interview on the podcast.
This week’s edition of Teacher Voice is a special salute to our service men and women who have dedicated their lives in uniform for our country. If you are a veteran and are reading this or listening to the podcast, thank you for your service. I, along with every other American, appreciates what you’ve done for us all.
Scott Hottenstein is a 24 year Navy veteran with 5 years worth of experience in the classroom. He has decided to run for the countywide District 6 seat in next year’s election. Please listen to the podcast to find out why, and share with others who may be interested in his platform.
Be sure to thank a veteran today if you personally know one!
Enjoy the weekend and have a great upcoming week.
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