Jeany Della Siega: Labour dispute spurred nomination

Town of Comox: Della Siega, Jeany - Trustee candidate

  • Oct. 21, 2014 11:00 a.m.

I, Jeany Della Siega, am running for election for school trustee SD71 Comox Valley District representing Comox. I am an active parent in both PAC and DPAC. I have two daughters and one grandson.

One daughter has graduated from Mark R. Isfeld Secondary and one daughter is enrolled at Highland Secondary.

I was made aware of many parent, student and public concerns  during the recent labour actions.

As a wife of a teacher, I have listened to the hardships that our children and educators have had to endure. I would love to lend my voice to help in improving our children’s learning environment.

I want to be an active member who can voice the concerns of all partner groups involved in educational policy who insist upon financial transparency within a productive venue.

Our children are our future. I feel that our children are our best assets and we need to be strong in our protection of that asset.

I am committed to be a positive spokesperson for our children, parents and teachers, and would love to help in the creating of an educational system that achieves everyone’s goals.

Please vote for me, Jeany Della Siega, to represent you and your children’s voices. Thank You!

Jeany can be reached at 250-218-5580 for more information.


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