by Andy Tran | email@example.com
Three of the seven seats on the Carrollton-Farmers Branch Independent School District board of trustees are up for at-large election on May 6, 2017.
First seat is on the ballot for a two-year term due to a vacancy on the board. Candidates John DeLorme and Tara Hrbacek are running for the open two-year term.
The other two seats are up for election to regular three-year terms. In their bids for re-election to regular three-year terms, incumbents Nancy Cline and James Goode face challengers Nic Rady, Derek Glatz, Victoria Kemp, and Candace Valenzuela.
Nic Rady, Cadidate for Carrollton-Farmers Branch Independent School District board of trustees.
Among these candidates, Nic Rady’s vision seems to resonate within the Asian-American community because he believes that we can have a district that gives all students the types of opportunities that they need based on their abilities.
According to Nic Rady, he is running because the current district does not seem to be spending the tax money in the most effective manner and does not have a coherent long-term vision for the district that is measurable.
Once elected, Nic Rady wants to make sure that the board steers the district to evaluate all of its programs, evaluate them on the outcomes, and ensure that the district has good programs for all students, especially the high performers and the ones that struggle.
Nick Rady’s background is in Physics and Physics education and studied doctorate level courses in Curriculum & Instruction. He is familiar with the political and financial aspects of public schools.
“As an elected official, I will hold the district accountable and make sure that we are moving in a direction that will give us a better district for all students” said Nic Rady.