Re-Elect Reid Goldstein to the Arlington School Board
Reid Goldstein is a 34 year resident of Arlington, seeking re-election to the Arlington School Board. Vote during the Arlington Democrats’ 2019 School Board Caucus
THURSDAY June 6 @ 7-9pm
Key Elementary School
2300 Key Blvd 22201
SATURDAY June 8 @ 11am-7pm
W-L High School
1301 N. Stafford St 22201
You can NOT vote for school board candidates June 11th. That is the Virginia Democratic Primary vote and Reid is NOT on that June 11th ballot.
Don't let the word "caucus" scare you! Voting to re-elect Reid is quick and easy. Voters are often in and out in 15 minutes. (It's a simple paper ballot vote, not a debate with your neighbors like in Iowa). Vote at Key 7-9pm THURSDAY or W-L 11am-7pm SATURDAY. Plenty of parking, couldn't be simpler.
My Priorities as a School Board Member
Opportunity Gap and Inclusion: Provide the resources to enable maximum opportunities for all.
Promoting STEM: Strengthen partnerships with academia, businesses and government to promote STEM.
Technology: Base investments on proven educational results.
Facility Investments: Focus on ensuring capacity for all students in facilities that are in good repair and support instruction.
Teacher Compensation: Recruit and retain the best staff to maintain APS standards for a high quality education.
Stress: Prioritize reducing the stress students encounter in school by teaching them the life skills to cope with stress.
Securing Our Future
Focus on the Greatest Challenge: Keeping the level of instruction high while addressing capacity needs during times of relentlessly rising enrollment.
Student Enrollment Projections: We must have greater transparency for projections.
Early Childhood Education: This is a great investment in our students’ future. I will maintain our community’s commitment to early childhood education.
Please join my supporters and me working together for Arlington Schools
From the candidate...
My door is always open. I will listen. I will return your call or message within 24 hours.
Commitment to public education has always been a core value in my family. Both my parents were public school teachers. My wife and I attended public schools. My children attended APS and Virginia’s public university system. My eldest daughter is a public school teacher.
My experience spans elementary, middle and high schools, north and south Arlington schools, neighborhood and County-wide public schools. I have a professional background that includes strategic planning for federal government and private industry clients.