• Scott Rodgers

  • Scott Rodgers is an attorney and Washington state medical commissioner running for Kennewick School Board, Director Position 1. In this race, Rodgers is prioritizing the whole student and wants the school district to prepare students for life, not just future academic and professional opportunities.

    Rodgers has a more progressive platform that includes promoting equity, expanding dual-language programs, and optimizing student achievement for a variety of post-graduate paths. He supports commonsense public health measures to keep students, teachers, and staff safe, as well as the school district community at large. In this race, Rodgers has earned support from a number of progressive and education-focused organizations.

    Rodgers' opponent is Micah Valentine, a far-right candidate who is running to oppose historically accurate curriculums, science-based health policy, and age-appropriate sexual health education. Valentine wants Kennewick schools to defy the state’s mask mandate, which would jeopardize the health of students and school district employees, as well as their families, and threaten in-person learning. His reactionary, conservative platform is short-sighted and does not reflect the needs of the school district.

    Scott Rodgers is the clear choice in this race and deserves your vote for Position 1 on the Kennewick School Board.

    Scott Rodgers is an attorney and Washington state medical commissioner running for Kennewick School Board, Director Position 1. In this race, Rodgers is prioritizing the whole student and wants the school district to prepare students for life, not just future academic and professional opportunities.

    Rodgers has a more progressive platform that includes promoting equity, expanding dual-language programs, and optimizing student achievement for a variety of post-graduate paths. He supports commonsense public health measures to keep students, teachers, and staff safe, as well as the school district community at large. In this race, Rodgers has earned support from a number of progressive and education-focused organizations.

    Rodgers' opponent is Micah Valentine, a far-right candidate who is running to oppose historically accurate curriculums, science-based health policy, and age-appropriate sexual health education. Valentine wants Kennewick schools to defy the state’s mask mandate, which would jeopardize the health of students and school district employees, as well as their families, and threaten in-person learning. His reactionary, conservative platform is short-sighted and does not reflect the needs of the school district.

    Scott Rodgers is the clear choice in this race and deserves your vote for Position 1 on the Kennewick School Board.

    Scott Rodgers

    Scott Rodgers is an attorney and Washington state medical commissioner running for Kennewick School Board, Director Position 1.

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