Give kids the tools to help create a bright future in White River School Distirct | Letter

I believe that children are our future. Teach them well and let them lead the way…sound familiar? Well it’s so very true.

I believe that children are our future. Teach them well and let them lead the way…sound familiar? Well it’s so very true.

We need to give our children the tools that help them create a future for everyone. This starts with their education. Currently, the children of the White River School District need upgrades to the existing technology infrastructure. These are just the basics to keep our children up to speed with the ever-changing technology all around them.

We need to ensure that our children are on a fair playing field with the rest of the county, state and nationally when it comes to their education and specifically technology. The world we live in is technology and it will continue to change and grow. We need to ensure that our children’s education continues to change and grow with that technology.

Vote “yes” for our children. Vote “yes” for our future.

Rachel Marecle

Buckley

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