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Our Mission: To promote traditional, conservative values for the Beaufort County school system and support school board members and candidates that will uphold these values.

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    Our Mission: To promote traditional, conservative values for the Beaufort County school system and support school board members and candidates that will uphold these values. To promote accountability and transparency from our School Board and School Administration. To support parent and student right to a quality education. To inform our community on important issues affecting our schools.

    What are our Conservative Values?

    1. Parent and Student Rights*

  • Right to Transparency - Parents and Students should have their voices heard.
  • Right to be safe in School - Safe from attack, drugs, & bullying
  • Right to exercise Traditional Family Values - Including prayer in schools.
  • Right to School Choice - including vouchers and home schools.
  • Right to choose, instead of being subject to, arbitrary mask and vaccine mandates.
  • *Support appropriate legislation, particularly the "Parents Bill of Rights".

    2. Promoting Traditional Curriculum and Instruction

  • Promote emphasis on Reading, Writing, Math, Science, Civics, and History.
  • Promote accountability for Proficiency Scores.
  • Promote the elimination of CRT and Indoctrinating teaching methods.
  • Promote access to the Arts and Technical Education.

    3. Fiscal Responsibility

  • Identify and exercise control over spending.
  • Proper dedication to existing facilities maintenance & improvement.
  • Exercise appropriate controls on the use of state & federal funding.

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