Officer Info and News
We are pleased to announce that your 2021-2022 SBDM Parent Representative Candidates are:Hunter Moseley and Priya WarrierPlease see their letters of interest below.They have been invited to speak at the May 10th PTSA Meeting. The election will be held electronically May 11 - 14th.If you have any questions about these candidates please contact the PTSA (email@example.com)Thank you,BMS PTSA Board
2021-2022 SBDM Parent Representative Letters of Interest
My name is Hunter Moseley. I am a parent of Thomas Moseley who is currently a 6th grade student at Beaumont Middle School (BMS) and of Elena Moseley who was a
student at BMS last year and is currently a 9th grade student in the MSTC program at Dunbar High School. I have an interest in serving on the BMS School-Based Decision Making Council and helping in the important decision making that occurs for Beaumont Middle School.
I believe I can bring unique education domain knowledge to this council due to my extensive educational training and teaching experience. I have taught both undergraduate and graduate level science courses for the last 13 years and have received multiple teaching awards. During this time, I have also mentored both middle school and high school students in computational research experiences, including students in the MSTC program. Moreover, I have attended over 60 workshops on advanced teaching methods. I have also given multiple workshops on how to teach and integrate critical thinking into classroom curriculum.
Therefore, I believe I can be an asset on the BMS School-Based Decision Making Council.
My name is Priya Warrier, and I am running for a second term for the SBDM parent representative for 2021-2022. I feel I have represented Beaumont well through this past year and would appreciate your vote.
My son Ahaan will be an eighth grader here in the fall and my daughter Saachi a sixth grader. I have also served on the SBDM committee at our elementary school, Rosa Parks for the past three years.
I am an Allergist/Immunologist here in Lexington and in that capacity, I work with FCPS nurses and our health department. I helped introduce our current anaphylaxis action protocols in 2015 and ensure annually that all FCPS schools stay equipped with updated Epipens to keep our children safe at school. Thank you for your consideration.
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