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Group Of 4 East Ramapo Candidates Urge All-Day Kindergarten, Few Staff Cuts

A group of four candidates for the East Ramapo School Board of Education are pushing for the restoration of all-day kindergarten and a generally safer learning environment.
A group of four candidates for the East Ramapo School Board of Education are pushing for the restoration of all-day kindergarten and a generally safer learning environment. Photo Credit: ercsd.org

SPRING VALLEY, N.Y. -- A former high school principal, an appointed East Ramapo schools trustee and two others vying for positions on the Board of Education are backing the restoration of all-day kindergarten, a safer school environment and additional extra-curricular opportunity for all students, according to lohud.com.

Jean Fields, a former principal and Sabrina Charles-Pierre, a recent board appointee who must run to retain her seat, are joining district residents Kim Foskew and Natashia Morales in running for positions on the school board, according to lohud.com.

In addition to the increased student opportunity, the candidates have said they want to curb cuts to district staff, according to lohud.com.

The women are running for four seats open on East Ramapo's Board of Education that will be up for grabs on May 17, according to lohud.com.

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