Board of Education
|Is an Objective Science Education an
important educational issue to you; so important that you are
willing to take it with you to the 2002 and 2004 voting
If so, then you should let your elected SBOE representative know, with either an e-mail or fax, personal letter (better) or phone call (best)!
Districts 1, 2, 3 and 4 are up for re-election in 2004, but districts 5, 6, 7 and 8 are up for re-election in just 6 short months in this 2002 November election!
[it is important to note, that from a historical perspective, Kathy Wilmot in district 7and Kathryn Piller in district 8 have always been supportive of CCOSEs efforts to get objective science into our state standards. Rachel Bone is relatively new to the board, but when she was a candidate for district 4, she answered CCOSEs voter questionnaire very favorably, and more recently, she voted along with Kathy and Kathryn to hear 3 CCOSE representatives speak at the May 2002 meeting, but the rest of the board voted that day to reject the motion with a majority vote].
To find out who's district you reside in, find your county in the four possible links below. (If you live in Douglas, Sarpy, Lancaster and Saunders county, use one of the first three links. All other counties will use the last link.)
These links are PDF files, which means they will take a moment or two to show up on your screen. The nice thing about PDF files, is once you have accessed your link, click on the "magnifying eyeglass" icon in the tool bar to turn your mouse-clicker into a "magnifying eyeglass" tool. Use this tool and click once on the map, and it will get larger. Click twice and it will get larger still. Keep clicking until the street names are big enough for you to read.
(If you are unable, or unwilling, to download and view a PDF file, then click here for a text list, arranged alphabetically by county name.)
Up for re-election in 2004
District 1 - Kim Peterson
Up for re-election in this 2002 November election
District 5 - Stephen Scherr - running
Contact data: Call, write, e-mail or fax your SBOE member! (Please DO NOT use the map at this NDE link, as it is inaccurate. Please use the links above that CCOSE has provided you from the State. The NDE has not taken the time to update this website yet, after the boundaries were redrawn about a year ago.)
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