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Long Island Opt-Out School Board Candidates 2015

Long Island School Voting is on May 19, 2015 for most school districts. Many communities in Suffolk County and Nassau County have candidates who were endorsed by the Opt Out movement. These candidates will help oppose high stakes testing of children. You can also find this group on FaceBook: Long-Island-Parents-and-Teachers-Against-Standardized-Testing-APPR FB Page

Long Island Opt-out School Board Candidates 2015

Long Island Opt-out School Board Candidates 2015

posted by Ian

List in text of info on PDF above, including communities I have lived in or focused on:


Who should you vote for if you are against “high stakes testing”, and you question Common Core?

Babylon School District:
Opt-Out endorses:
Tricia Pane and Lisa McKeown

North Babylon School District:
Opt-Out endorses:
Matthew Lucchetti

West Babylon School District:
Opt-Out endorses:
Lucy Campasano
Jennifer Wandasiewcz
Todd Sheets

Lindenhurst School District:
Opt-Out endorses:
Todd Lemieux
Tory Vine

Patchogue-Medford  School District:
Opt-Out endorses:
Bunnie Schiller

Sachem School District:
Opt-Out endorses:
Laura Slattery
William Coggin
Kellianne Burnham

Westhampton Beach School District:
Opt-Out endorses:
Steve Wisnoski

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