Our Farmington Public Schools leaders have done a great job keeping dollars in classrooms, the Board of Education has been fiscally prudent, our kids are learning to prepare for college and careers – all while $57 million has been cut from our schools in the past several years. Thank you to all the dedicated employees who work hard every day to educate the kids in our community! And thanks for keeping our schools successful, which results in our property values and community being strong! I will be voting YES for the bond issues on the November ballot.
In my involvement on the Boards of 3 local youth organizations, I see how fiscally responsible our schools and organizations have been. With current needs that have been put off, the 2 bond issues will provide our school buildings, technology, and the arts to move Farmington Public Schools forward and give our kids the infrastructure and tools they need to be competitive.
In my job at the University of Michigan, I see college students who have had the resources to study at the highest levels and I want all kids in FPS schools to have the same opportunities.
Let’s do what it takes to really put our kids first and set them up for college and career success! Please join me in voting YES for both of the FPS bond issues on November 5. Lynn HaltonFarmington Hills