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USD 383 PRIMARY CANDIDATES

Jennifer Chua

Karla Hagemeister (Incumbent)

Jayme Morris-Hardeman

Teresa Parks

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JENNIFER CHUA

USD 383 (Riley County)

Shaping our future means preparing our children.

As parents and community members, it is our job to set them up for success. All students in USD 383 deserve the best education possible, which means top-quality curriculum, educators, and learning environments. 

KARLA HAGEMEISTER
(Incumbent)

USD 383 (Riley County)

The last year reminded us how integral schools are in the health and well-being of a community.

I will continue building upon our programs and partnerships

that prepare our graduates

for success beyond their time in USD 383.

JAYME MORRIS-HARDEMAN

USD 383 (Riley County)

Teachers are Super Heroes!

I want to ensure they have all the tools they need. Our students’ lifetime success is a key to a healthy community, and USD 383 has a duty to focus on a 21st Century education that addresses diversity, equity, and inclusion. 

TERESA PARKS

USD 383 (Riley County)

Students and their families need to have knowledge and access to opportunities and resources that can lead to success. My commitment to city and county boards and non-profits gives me a unique, bird’s eye view to find comprehensive, community-oriented solutions.

Local Elections Matter!

Did you know that less than 25% of all registered voters come out to vote in municipal elections? That gives the majority voice to a minority number of voters.

 

2020 was a tough year - but it certainly put a spotlight on just how impactful local government is.

 

Our school boards acted quickly to keep our children, teachers, and staff safe. Our city commissions and city councils worked diligently on behalf of public health and safety.

 

We all came together to work toward solutions. There was no one perfect answer - and all of the decisions came with very real consequences. Undoubtedly, our elected officials were in between a rock and a pitchfork-wielding mob.

 

We need to continue electing people

who will make the hard decisions.

 

We need brave people who will stand up for what is good and what is right.

 

We need people with a vision of the world we want to hand off to our children.

 

We need bold leaders who will demonstrate that our home here in Kansas is welcoming and affirming so that we can continue to attract neighbors who share those values.

 

PLEASE. PLEASE VOTE

IN THE USD 383 PRIMARY ELECTION ON AUGUST 3RD.

 

Progress is at stake.

We cannot afford to slide backwards.

 

And PLEASE VOTE in the General Election on November 2nd. for both USD 383 School Board and MHK City Commission.